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lrnUl.i'K imi'lr (ninth litujf t",'n. It
m translated t'V John . I hil, . nl ..ill .
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William Tj n.l.l, anisic I by Miles C'ov'-I
rda1n, wn the Uptt ytnniml Ihblt in lhn j
Knglinlt lanui). Tim now Tor Uiii'mi', j
(M tntbllnioil in 1VVi. It was rovi().li
mid rpiiHinliett in 1VVI, In IVT!, Tyn
dale ami his n-Moointra finhlipd the hol.-
Hible excftdthe Apocryi.hu, aiid niiited
MaiTiuVs Unii.r, V.'liile Tj ml.ito was
rrtrnuing a second edition ot'hi liihlo,
Ue m taken up ami burm-d for In-rosy
at FinndiJr. On lim lrnth, UovordalH
nd John Hoera revim-d it, and added a
'rsnslation to tho A noery iiha. It was
dedicated to Henry VIII in lj."', und
printed at Hamburg under the borrowed
name of Thomas Matthew, whnnco it was
filled Matthew'8 Hiblo.
Cranjier's Dibls. This was the first
IJibl printed by authority in England,
nd publicly setup the churches. It wan
Tyndale's version, revised by Covord.de,
tnd examined by Crannier, who ndded a
redict) to it, whenco it wa' enllod C'ran
tner'a Bible. Hwiw printed by Ciutinn,
ine of tiie largest volume, pnblihod in
15-10. .After being adopted, (.uppres.sed
and restored under suoeesnive reigns, a
new addition was brought out in I.jij.-
Tns Geneva Bibli. Some Kngli.-di ex
iles, at Geneva, in Queen .Mary's reijm,
Via: Coverdule, Goodman, Gilbe, Snuip&on,
Cole, Witting and Knox made a new trans
lation, which was printed there in l;iG0.
Hencoitwas called the Geneva Bible.
H was much valued by the Puritan party.
In this vorsion the tirst distinction of ver
ses waa made. It went through some
lm Bishop's Bidi.k. Archbishop Bar
ker engaged Bishop3 and other learned
tneu to bring out a now translation.
They did so in 15GS, in large folio. It
made what was afterwards culled the
great English Bible, and commonly culled
the Bishop's , Bible. In loli'J it was pub
lished in octavo, in small but fine black
letter. In it tho chapters were divided in
to verses, but without any break for them.
Matthew-' Parser's Bint.E. The Bish
op's Biblo underwent some corrections,
and was printed in largo folio in 1572,
and called Matthew Pnrker.s Bible. This
version was used in the churches fur forty
' 'The Douat Bible. Tho New Testa
ment was Lrought out by tho Roman
Catholics in IG84, and called the Roman
ian New Testament. It was condemned
by the Queen of England, and copies
were seized by her authority and destroy
ed.- In lWI'J and 11.10 the old Testament
was added, and the wholo published at
Douay, honce willed the Pointy Bible.
Kiso Jane's Bible. The version now
In use was brought out by James' author
ity,' in 1011. Fifty-four learned men
were employed to accotnpli.-.h the work of
revising. From death or other causes,
seven of them failed to enter upon it.
The remaining forty-seven were tanged
under six divisions, and had ditlerent
portions of the Bible assigned to these di
visions. They entered upon their t:vk in
1607, After some three or four years of
diligent labor, the whole was completed.
The version was generally adopted, and
other versions fell into "disuse. It litis
ontinued in use fur nearly two-huuuied
" ' looking at the Bright SUe.
Here u a letter from a wife in Massa-
ehusetta to her husband in California.
She don't intend to go through the world
with the blue. It says :
Mr Dear IIcsdand : As it is now eo no
time aince you left for California, I tuip
poje that you would be glad to he:ir how
we are getting along in voitr absenee. 1
am happy to eay that we aro lijuving . '
ory good health on tho whole, just at i T)'STP.KI Xf;, Th aulS"rihcr, havintr
present two of the boys have L'Ot t .'ie1 1 '7't''l himself in the W.m-h of ( leai field
..null rvsv i,,,!, t ,. : Would liilunn thopublio tb it be is prepared t .
jinall pox. Amanda Jane has got the work in Je lin,ifr( luin ll,!na,uon.
typhS fever. lietsie IS down with the i ,a of ai.y deseriptlon in a workmanlike manner
measles. Samuel got hookod by a oow , Also whitewashinir and repuirii b done iu a ucal
the Other day, and little IVter has just i manner und on reasonable i.tihs.
chopped off three of his fingers with a! EDWIN COOPER,
iatchet. It is a .nercy he didn't chop) Clearfield, tpriin, IlST. j.
them all off. With these trifling excep.;
tions we are nil well and getting along"' . -. VfiTTt 'P f ," 'f1 1 J
nicely. You needn't be at all itnxious1 fff-'iJL I JE Lj 1 II.
boutus. I almost forgot to say that&i-l uJllXr TAKE CARE OF THEM!!
rah Matilda eloped lat ween with a tin A. M. Ill 1. 1. S, desires to annouueo to
pedlar. Toor girl ! She's been waiting J his friends and patrons, that he is now do
for the last ten years for a chance, and ' voting all ofhis time to operations in Deniisirv.
I'm glad she's married at list. She needn't ' 1 hoe d"i'"i"l? hi" services will find him a his
have taken the troublo to elope, though, !' "''Joining his residence at nearly all times,
v. 1 . .- T . i j ,, 1. , i . ' I ,ai lwya on I rid ays and falurdas, uu ess
for 1 am sure 1 am glad enough to have Nollre l0 tIl9 contrllrv-bo ivcn in tb.mn
her go. bhe waa a great eater, and I find per the week previous.
baked beans don't go off near so fat as H. B. All work warrnnted to be satisfactory,
they did. Tho way that girl would dip Clearfield, Pa. Sept. 22ud, 18iS.
Into pork nnd beans was a caution to the i. . :
rest of the family. The cow took into her Alt. ;,,
heaa yesterday to run owav; which was
Tory fort unate, l am sure, for the barn ,
caugui nre last, nignt ana was consumed.
I waa in hopes that the house would go,
too, for it's very inconvenient; but the
wind waa the wrong way, so that it didn't
recoive much injury. Koine boya broke
into the orchard tho other day, and strip-
red all the fruit trees. I am very glad of
it. for if thev hadn't I nresuraa the chil-'
dren would have themselves ill by eulir.g
too much fruit. Hoping you enjoy your-
elf in California as well as we do at home, !
I remain your affectionate wife." i
IQuA cotemporary thinks tlnre ought
to be an edict ngain;st smoking by brats
under nge. That somo itifluence legal!
or otherw ise, should bo exerted towards
the attainment of such a desirable im
provement will be conceded bv all
Youna- Amerioa" is but little mnr Ikn
. .... .. . ! ' .
. 11. : r .ii. i . i i
a collection of aallow, cadaverous looking
boya, -who Ftnoko away thPiraiiiiotitcs and
what little brains thoy may havo, and
trovf Up miserable "liolis. denliisod bv men
and objects Of di?irilst to womtn. 1
It is with the disease of the mind as
with those of the body; we arc half dead
wiorc we understand our disorder, and
htilf m.rrl v. a i
half cured when we do.
Sentimental Youth."My dear girl
..'ti i . . . -.
win you a n are my 101 lor war
Practical Girl. "How many nerei
dnr lot, air f
It ii a great riloa" urc to bo ulono, cspo
faill; when yon havo your ewoutumtrt
wi'fi Jotl. -, -
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Ml. It. V. WILSON,
U AVIVll "innr'l l.il i.(Ti.'i In 1ii Mn duel.
Iin on Ki ron.l irifl, ill i.r.rmpth anmroi
l'.r M.'inil culla or l'.'l.'l"l. 'i'.
J ts. H. I Ainii'ir.ii. I. irHT
I A II It nil It t TI'-MI'. Ali.ilifji t Inw
J I li 'nlHil, !'., will minti.l pronij.ilv to l'n.
UimIi'i l.nli.l Au"tioiPi, in., Ac, in Clem ltl,,
Ci-nlri. unit i;ik I'.jiilitk'f. Ju! 30.--V
STIT.b riiiitlniii tlio lutnr of Clinlr Milking,
nnil ItniitP, iSin oinl Ul iiiiiiii iital I'uintinx, "I
tlio tlimi (ciriiiprlv oi ouiiiinl Lv Tioulinun A Uoc.
it tlio ivmt pnit of Murkvt lroel, a uliart iliiluiu
...... . . r I I.' 1.... I , i , .. -. t
ni'M Ul 1. 11. V 'UUIIHIJI. tfUIIU Iiilil.
THOMrsoN, HAKTSOOK N CO.
run I oil ll lit-Is, Curwciinvillo. Anoxtouiivt
RrioriiiK'nt, ot Cueliuzn tuaUo to order
l'on. 2U, lDjl.
L. JACKSON CHANS,
ATT0HNKY AT LAW, odio ailjoining Hi
CKidniieo on Socoud tflreet, Clou1 k'.i, la.
Juno 1. 1861.
1)lit('laii, inny lio found either at bin oflioo
lit Si'ufiold's hotel, C'urweunvillo, when tm
n ofeeoiouully abteut. Inc. 2D, lSjl
Meirliunt and Produce Dealer, Luthora
hurt; Cleiirlield county,
April 17, 1S32.
ELLIS IRWIN & SONS,
VT the mouth of I.ik linn, Bv miles from
ClvariloUl, ' MKHt'lIAMn, and eztooaive
Miiiiul'iketurera of Lumber,
July 28, 1862.
J. I). THOMPSON,
Blai'li.smilli, Wagons, lluggiei, ic, Ac, ironed
on uliort notict, and the very best style, ot his
ld stuml iu the borough of Curwnsville.
Dec. 29, ISio.
Dlt. M. WOODS, having chanpod his loca
tion from Curwcnnvillo to Clearfield, res
pectfully offers his pnil'i'sti'jnal services to the
citizens of the latter place nnd vicinity.
Itesitli'iu-o ou Secoud htreet, oiiosita ti it of
J. Crnns, Esq. my 1 1M6.
T. W. BARRETT,
MEI'.UJAXT, 1'RODl'CE AND 1,1'MHKR
HEALISlt, AND JUSTICE Oi' TIIE
PEACE, Lutbcrsburg, Clcnrfidd Co., Pa.
J. L. CUT TLJ
Vttnrncy at Law and I. ami Agent, ofli
ailjoining his residence, on Market Ktree
UlcarCeld. Mareh.1, 1863.
A. I) SHAW,
RETAILElt of r.ireign and Domestic Merch.
audiie, Sbawsville. Clearfield county, J'a.
Shansvillo, August 15, 1856.
D. O. CROUCH,
PTIYSICIAX OBico in Ciirwensvlll-.
j TV II. T. CIIAMRKRi?.
i r lAHTtlF' nn riiniril,ii1:in.r VI, ..1,1 ,.!( .nil
hinije and Sipjn pointing nt Curwensville.
ClearVoM en. All orders promptly attended to
Jan. i, liiS.
Jutiire of the Peace, CunrfniiilU; Ptuna.
N'E door enst of Montoiim A Tea Evck t
J Store. All business cniru't-d to hiiuvill
I be promptly atten led to, and all iiistruinuuu o i
wruin none rn knurl OuUco.
March, SI, 1S5S. y.
1" OTIERT ,T. WAI.LAfT. ATT!ir-cr:r at Law.
V I'learficM. I... 01Tc in thaw's lut, op.
puaito the Juuruul oDSce.
dec. 1, 1818. tf.
1. vy. HAYS,
DAflCEMlKAX. Me'iineiilvtilst, Ainbroty
plsl. and JUSTICE OK HIE PEACE,
Ker-ey, Eik County, Pa.
md M market tei advertisement if
FOR SALtiOK KENT.
THE subscriber offers lii.1 fnrm situated
in Lawrence township Clearfield county,
containing aomo two hundred and forty
c about acvrnly-five acrea cleared
with house, burn, young orchard &c.
thereon, for sale or rent on reasonable
leinis. Enquire of the subscriber soon.
rossossion given at once.
Gcarfield, Clearfield County, Pa.
Adjourned Orphans' Conrt Sale.
TlY virtue of an order of sale Issued out of tha
.Urr'inn Court or Clearfield county, there
will be exposed to public snlo at the Court house
in lho hnf(, h of rknr6Mi on M(indaT the 1(Uh
day of Mav 1859, ail the intercut or Matthew
Etott, dee'd., in and to the following described
real estate, silnate in lioinrs tn., and bounded bv
1""' of Wm. Lumado on the west, tract In name !
of Henry Stewart on the north, lands of Howard
a the oast, and oa the south by lands of James
ToS,r"Su onntainltig 60 arret mora or less, on
, V,,'".' "..Tu" .u -i. ?3" , . I,u
ST oo'buildinga, with about 10 acres cleared.
icrmi cast on confirmation of sale.
Apl 13th, 1859.
Ad'mr. ofMatU StoUdec
" T ARRIAQE CERTIFICATES Blank form,
XIX lor sate at the olhoe of the "Clearfield Re
I7VK9 nnd HVFTAVQ BOBFfl to unit thol"
oWrf, t J?lTAT?inrp
1 Ml V Mill tt, ! it . I ,,..,, f I I, ,.r,' ,
M -'. , o.'l I I 1. 1 ....
" , C.'l I ) l. ..n 1 M nil I I I
1 Vh-Ii III ll" nt. . . tniK
.. 1 1 .
, Mul in n . 1 1. 1. i. lit (i hi'o.hf. r 1 1 1 '
on t a I lim i. it Im.i. in On h"iih H'ln "(
t ft.c. t, f. f,,. mat f.l 1 liil I M . ,, nilt
"I I "
' !" I'.r ill. I ,1' .it Ih i i. Iip ill d (t
l.i!.! l ll .tt,. n ,i r h H.-i.tl.m i,t .f Vn
i.J I I linn li.lliin I hull', li li. I t'nl. mi t
.Wt ' I (. .1. iti linn, dlil-ll h Will Hi (
of mii nn r'ni.iinl.n ti iim m Mln(i mih Ii p
run lie IiaiI clfi'd hiT In On r. unity.
I 111!" Hmk if 1'nliinrt ri tinw Mi linml, fin
, !! (n unt ul' l'irinr mid fnmiimn IIiiikaik,
f-in inB mill Wnrl.n.H Mnn l, licrkii mill
I in. li t ., h iril. h mnl 1 li I I l"u.t ll,-.Mrml.
I'oiiiiC, Ln nklnnl. Ci iitio, ( nnl ami I'ii't 1 ll.
IiIi ii, f. '.'i tliii oiniiuf'octurr il and dclirorod t
any lm di'aiii il.
i l'lUiiury 0, lMi.C no. 4, Vol. It.
nt'lnj; almnt to cpMiike
t tlipir nirtiinrliii
Rivo not u o to nil iionoiim
l'viiig dealing" illi tlifin in nnv way whntro.
(I'm, I.. .... 11 & ...I a..,,). i -
rivi, iu niu nun seme wiinimt itelav, ns In a
cliurt time the books will be left In olhcr lnin.li
for seltlcineiit but they would p.-olcr Ibst all
who ran po.ssiby ilo so, rluniM sminre their .i.
counts before tho dieanlution is finally ellected.
SIKHHEI.l.E i, CAltTEIt.
ClenrftclJ, Ta,, April fl, 18.i. no. 12, vol. iv.
MISS COXSTAXT Into from tho Eurt rospeo
fully nnnoiiiicos to tho rititeua of
l.ieiirtiold and the County Rcm-rallv. Unit she is
piojiured to give instruction iu Mumo
PIANO, MELODEON AXI) CUITAII
L50, TU rilKXCU I.AXOl'AGB IT DKI.TQ
MATIVS TuNCII C.
Fhe refers oil who mar bo in' pr.i.i ; ii,.lu.ii,.nnv,.r li r.mi n,,,i r...i;n.n ,,;n ..n
above, lu the ltcv. Dr. and Mrs. ilXeod.
Terms $S 00 In arlvaneo, or $10 00, if not in
Dee. (I, 1853. tf.
riitsr ix-iiitsr skvkiji
Vat unnTu c. t)iiu.i-
o. a n
THANKFUL for past farors, and grateful fur
future prospects, desires to inform tlic'eiti?.ens of
this vicinity, nnd his old friends nnd patrons in
particular, that he has removed to the FIKST
KOOM iu tho East end of
I he f list Door West of the Mansion ir,m.
where he has on hand eon.1anlly, a large assort
nicnt of every variety in tho
BOOT AXD SHOE LIXK
CtSTOM WOht ATTtNIlKD TO WITH HISfATCn
The very be.-t of stock will be ue.l, and no
pr.ins spared to make neat fits and durnblc work.
All of w hu ll can be obtained from the said Joseph
(ioon VEUY LOW fr the bkabt nuiNo.
CknrCeld, Aug. 13, 1S58.
ESTATE OF ROBERT WHIG LEY, S-.,
jOTICK is hereby piven that Leltars of Ad
i ' iniiiistration have ben prantod to the un
dersigned, on the estate of Unhurt AVrilev, tSr.,
lute of Itrndford, township, ilei-cased. All per
s ns hnvins; business cniiccrniiig ihe snuin, ure
hereby notified to make immediate settlement
with the administrator.
VILLI AM K. WKTtH.KV,
Ilraflfitrd towofliip, Jimnarjr 1?, 1.09.
Dissolution of Co-Fartnci ship.
'I'llE underiened, havin;; been partners in the
lnir-inC'S ol tannins, rurryiuj;, and b .ot nnd
shoei.iakini.', nt the St. Mary's team Ti nneiy.
nave this dry l.y mutual consent ili.-.i!ved tleir
co-partnership connection. All debts due Mini
r.r.., ..fil, W. Wat-.-n 4 Co., and all cl.iiois a-jaiii-i
ihcm will be setllec1 l y E. ',. Shultr., i.i St. Mary's,
who has purchased the interest of tho other iwc
fl. W. WAT.-0N'.
THOMAS W. HICHAM.?,
. K. C. SCllULTZ
6t. Mary's Steam Factory, Jun. 12. IS.'.Q.
no. 2. t. iv.
l-OOIC lil. It li! LOOK
TIIEundersinvd subscribers, tnke this rr.clh
od of inloi iiiinir the public gen, rally, tlint
ilu-y have this dry entered into ci parinir.-l.ip iu
T11E EL A CK SMITH EUSIXES, i
and can bo f.uind at the shop formerly occupied rompluiiita, nnd the treatment that should be fol
byJ. thiinkwiier, nn Third street, in this ho '. lowed for thoir cure.
rough, where they will be pleased to see the r oh! Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
customers, and ns many now ones as can make' ether preparation they make more profit on.
it convenient to give them a call. , Demand AvGK'a, and take no others. The sick
. , ....
Krintr on vonr lines v.nr imi K -L.
1 our log chains mid your pulling sticks,
Your sleds, your sloigax, your horse, your mare,
No thrco-year old shall thou go bare.
Your spoars will work up then just right,
To prooning honks for every height,
Y'our swords too, shnll then bo wrmigbt.
To ploughshares such ns Cni'n ne'er bought.
OEO. W. OU It.
Clearfield, December 8, 158. tf.
' HARD TIMES 170 MORE."
4 NT TERSON (Lady or Oemleman.) in the'
XX. I lilted Stales, possessing a small capital of I
from $3 to $7 can enter into an easy and resnert-1
able busmess, by which from ti to $10 perioy
can It rtalited. For particulars, address, (with
"""P.) W. R. ACTON 4 Co.
. . . . 41 XortU SIXTU 6t- run.AI'A.
Fob. 13th Sm.
1011 SALK, by Mbiuikll A CvnTKii, .lifw
. Lntmt Improved Cora Skellrr Also a few
Meat Cnltera or the best kind with a largo vari
ety of Ooods in their line, just reoeived, and H'.'ll
b sold low for cash or produce.
Clearfield, Dec. t, 1868.
PHODL'CH WAMIil). Wheat, Rye, Oats,
Corn, Uurkwheat and Fire-Wood, wanted
at tho office of the Clearfield Republican in pay
ment of printing. dec. 1, 1858.
rr. .. ,. . no aecpg oa linml a variety of
o all wanting 1-arms, see advcrliscmrntofi iiiiivrTinint
llammonton Lands. ... C AH1M.T 1 Oltk,
All wanting to
emyrute to a mild climate, O1 ftiiori..r flnis.li.) every description of house
markcl, see advertisement of r0,XniuJr?TUK rt
ffnod suit, and fine mar
1 all wanting Farms, ice advertisement cf
m m ACKETtFT. A!tD lirrtntvn fn ..1. .i it,.
M CCornEc?bLr.-?arw?nIlvin.0 '
18th Ap. 1859. no. 14, vol. Iv.
i nnr niV RvTva ,., ,,
1.000 L . . P8.anlld' f"' hiolJ th
iv . Vh"1 '"J.ce ,n wl" U J?
the SU Mary s Steam Tannery, no. 2, vo . iv.
' ' 1 '
""rr ,', Z ; : .
To all wanting farms, see dverUscmat if
Ilammonton Lands. '
A -(.r.n...tl tm.r.h, li I '.: h.
I-.H'I .t..4.ir Oic ' I rT.it ml l'il'li(f
tl.'il i nn I - in .'li-. tt ii a r 'no n ttiil. .1 1 Mm I
ft ffi"H'Hills, ii i-nmliiiu 1 1 h illnt
In'v lim r i f Hill tjirnl' t alirialii puni t a
In sit. t.l an iil. i tivp i.iii.ii' f t llic ili'i in
Sni'iil niilla l ti'pnli'il to fine, ll l hi In '-d
Out emit a t.'iiii'dy innti'il f thine h
iiM' t ft urn Kltiitnuin romilainls, anil llmtnna
hlrh will ri niiiplii'h tlii-ir ciiio nni'-t pieve
rf imnviit" Mrvii o to tliis hunA tla- of mT
Alllieli'd fi'llnw-rituens, Ilnw t nnit'li li'lv Ibis
r"mwiiiiiil will do It has liern proven lijr rxprr-
Im. nt nn many ot me worm cases to ue iminu
of Hie folluttihg cnniplnint I'
8cnnri'i.a anii Si.nnrt'i.ori CoMrt.AiNn,
Eihttidns and Kiinrrtva IIisfasm, I'm-lux,
I'tMrLi-.', BLOTf iu.A, Ti'Motia, Halt Hiiu m,
Scald Ukad, Svrint.is amd Svpiiilitio Ar
rKCTioxs, MntirniAt. Disrasr, lliiitvur, Nlu
HAt.ot v on Tie Docwniaui't, Diinn.iTY, l)vs
rnrxiA asi ImiininTioH, LitTaii'r.t.Ai, Uoria
ou Sr. Anthony's Fiar, anil Indeed the wholo
I tlasa of complaints aritinff from Ikpui-.H'T 0
. . 1
lit K llL'HHI.
This eoinpntind will bo found a great pro
niotrr of health, when taken in tlio spring, to
expel tho foul humors which f.ntor in the
blued at that sotwn of tho year. Hy the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling dirordcrs
are nipped In the hud. Multitudes can, hy
the aid of this remedy, spare themsclve from
the endurance of foul eruptions and utecrotis
"res, through which the system will strivo to
rid itself ot corruption, it not agisted to 1q
this through tho nuturul channels of tlio liody
bv an nllerativo iiiedieiiie. C'leant-o out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or Hon : rli-miso it when von tind it ia cilu
I strurted and fchi);i!ish in the veins ; cleanse it
i vou when. Kven where no pnrticulur disorder
is felt, pooplo cnjny better health, and live
longer, fur cleansing the blirotl. Keep the
blood healthy, and all h well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, thero can be no
lusting health, fijoimcr or later somethiiiR
must go wrong, and tho grcut machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsnpurilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation, of accomplishing these ends. Hut
the world hut been cgrcgiously deceived by
preparations tf it, partly because tho drun
alono has not all tho virtuo that is claimed
for it, but moro becauso many preparations,
nrctending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain hut little of the virtue of fcarsuparilla,
r any thing eLe.
liurins lute years the public, have been mis
led by hope bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Kattnparilla for one dollar. Most
i if these have been frauds upon tho sick, for
tlu y not only coptMn little, if any, (5tin,aja
rilla, but of'.tii no curative properties whatev
er. Hciutc, litter and paiutul dimppoinuncnt
bus followed the use ot the various extracts of
SurMipnrilla w hich fleod tha market, untd tlic
name itself is justly desiiiscd, and bus bci-omo
syi.onvimnis with itnpoKition niid cheat, ttill
e call this compound fnrsnpnrilla, nnd intend
to supply such a remedy as s-hull rescue the
name irom the load f obloquy which nts
ujMin it. And we think we have prnui,d for
helii'ving it has virtue which are irresUtible
by the oidinury run of the discuses it is intend
ed to cure. In order to fecure their enn lite
eradication from the system, tlx- remedy should
be jiidieinuhly tuken atcordijig to Uutttions oil
IU. J. C. AYE It & CO.
Price, 91 lr llotlle t Six lloltlcs for $5.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
hi-.s won for itc!f such a renown for the cure of
every variety of 'lhroat and l.upq C'oniphiint, that
it is entirely timie'csrnrv for us to rcreunt the
evidence cf its virtues, wherever it 1ms l-ecn t rn
ployed. As it has Ioiir been in rm.st .rt use
liitougliout this section, we nerd t.ot do more than
nvMire the pcoi.le its ouality is ki rt up Ihr hest
i it ever bus In i n, and that it may be relied cn to
CO for their lelict all it bus ever been found to co.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
TOR THE CUKE OF
C'istirrtHtt, Jaundice, Tjp jmin, IiuHwtinn,
li'jlentcry, Foul f'm.lA, .i ;a ; !at, ll,uiUnlie,
Filet, liieumatiim, V.i vpliuttt nnd !.in iJttmttf,
Liver f 'i tnj laint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tvinmt and
Sit Jifnvm, Woimt, (jout, Xeitrnhiia, at a
Dinner Fill, and fur Furijiim the ll!d.
They arc aupar-io.itril, so" that the n.ost serri
tivc can tske them j lcnsantly, and they arc the
best aperient in the wotld lx nil the purjiOM-6 of a
Price 5 cents per Fox; . loxes for SI CO.
Great numbers of Clcrcymen, Thysirians, Ftntea
men, nnd eminent pcrsonncea, have lent their
names to certify Ihe unparalleled usefulnesaof theso
remedies, but our spare here will r.ot permit the
insertion of thrm. '1 he Agcnta below named fur
nish eratisonr Amp.kicas Almanac in which they
in nimn . u-i i K al.n full flfBeriti! inns nf fbe ntiovA
want the best aid there m tor them, and lacy tuoula
... ' J
11 our Ccmedic are for (ale by
C. D. Vatsoh. and M. A. FnAMg, Clonrfl.ld
K. F. l:iti.sNi-:n, Musri-dale.
C. H. Fuarna, l'uilipshur.
V,'u. Ian 11, Curwensville.
Faiii cl AiiniilI). Lulhcrtbure.
Atiu ail ururrjista.
dec. 22, 1P58.J
WATCn & JEWELRY
undersigned respectfully informs bis
iitneis and the public s-enerallv. that h
has just returned from the Kast, ami opened at
his ea'ahlishmeut in .S7.I IP'.S' 7011' Clcnrfiebl,
Pa. a fine sl.uk of WATCHES of different qual
ilis, and JEWKLKY of eveiy variety, from a f"ll
sett to a sing's piere, waich ho will sell at the
most reasonable prices for CASH.
ALL kinds of t hicks, Watches and Jewelry
carefully repaired and H'lirriinfeif.
A continuance of patronage is solicited.
Nov. loth, 1SJ8. H. F. N A VOLE,
JOSHUA S. J0IINS0IJ,
n ti THi"n"v-TMin
HAVING fitted up a shop a few doors east
of tho "Oi.n Jew Stoiie," on Market St.,
desires to inform the community at largo, that
ni ins shop, and that be manufactures to order,
...... e.,,,. isuii-b .oriooiciuiy ana om
.nion bureaus Common nnd Fancy lledstends
1 si. - .1 . i.' .. r . . n....i i. I- r . ,'
"" l ilies, uuiniiuiriis, .-"Oias, liOUIHJOS, c.,
wl'i''l' ho Is determined to dispose of at as cheap
: rales, for cash, nstlmy can be purchased at any
i oilier establishment of the sort in Ilis smmi.
10',0," i"l'lnr to buy furniture are Invited to
f.?Z V' ' i ""A:' rtW":
'r " i"i" luiiiii nnii unisn,
I before pnrchnslng elsewhere, ns ho feels confi.
dent that he can suit them in nrlce and nonlltv
1 B- 1,9 ' ' prepared to make Corriss to
order on the shortest amice, and altond funeraU
with a hearse, when called npoa.
I iiili i r .
I A1I kinds of eountry produce will be ro-
ooived In payment for work.
nov. 17, 1858 ly.
lUE Hiithe-t Price
No IIT A tin fn-1 Si lma Atth,
Vl. Imrhi tu. ti... in, v.
I l.(f lii.nl I f!""'l" I i'i- imli'i
I lifll.f '!
II 111 lm I. ni J.nl 1(1, I'll Mil llmnli.ia drtt
I, !.. M ll"l' I, en I t" lil 'i I II l a HI In ll'lr.l.'e t.
Ibr aire, arid tlm inl!.f lim lini'lling nblie
Mr. II, lm a li ft (I a liin,e r I'tlcrirr In Imlel drip
lii(', be lin tin li' linlimi In navinn llml hit rjiie-lf
ill fiii l bis li. ii-n a I'li aniiit ami dmitnble itnp.
piliff f llil-r.
CI Hie eli -gil.le i i-nll..n oflhlt Jlnlid fur prr
.ni ( i-lliiit the ( il v. i iilii-r n
O.V .'f.vAV'.vV on' n.KA.sri;!-:.
it Is ili-nneil all- pi-llirr nnlierennry to fpenk,
as nn lintel ill Philadelphia Is belter known than
Ihe "IJI'I .Vmi'it I r'niia."
lv rlue aiiunliiiD to the wnnlsof his rnstoiu
i'1'i Sir. II. hopes tu dunervs a shara of public
N. II. Ills terms per day has been fixed at th -luw
rate of $ 1 .2..
hept 2:'nd, 1859. 1 )r.
(FoRaiar.r know.v as tii e floon Intent,)
Clearfield Cvvnty, I'eiDttilcaiiia.
The subseiiber begs leave, to inform bis old
customers, nod the public generally imt he has
recently taken Ihe nliovo well known stand, ami
that ho has entirely refilled iiml refurnished it in
a style adapted to the ago, and tho wuuta of the
entiro traveling community.
will always bo prjvidod with every lmury the
uiurkeU aud surrouuilinjr country will allord.
will be supplied with the choicest wines and li
ipiors. HIS STABLE3,
which are the best nnd most commodious on the
road within a day's travel, will always bo in
charge of careful and attentive hostlers. In
Every department of his Establishment will
be supplied with all the comforts and convenien
ces the weary traveller could desire.
June 2, '48. II. A. MASON.
C L E A K F 1 K L D
COltMOK Ol' I ir.ST AM) MARKET
tug iitiilersigned respectfully informs his
friends nnd the traveling public iu guuoral, thut
he has taken tlio ubove house.,
FOKMl'KLY KNOWN AS Till: HEMP
TrtE House Inn boon nventl.v refitted ini
t rovptl, and newly furnished ;
HAS BtES COMPI.CTKB; A.ND HE 13 PntPAHEO
TO ACCOM MOD ATE
All who may pivo hint a call, in the most
iiloiiMttg ntiil ajrieonlilo manner.
Ha 3 J ... 2- 7 E'iTli'd
j With fwry thlitrj In render tii huusc a dcsiralt
will be supplied wiih an nssortiiient of choice li-
liinirsj and be will endeavor to entertain his
jgaesla in a in-inner that cannot I'uil ti give the
j I I I.I.I1ST HAIISl' tt 11.
The hinist-is s ltnnted in a jileM.-ijiit ami
, quiet part of l hp town, nml no c x, hm
r nltt'iilinti will he sjniuvl to :u,'!;p it one
(if the hi'-t li'jti.-fs in t;i i inin.v. A l.h
er.d patron.!- is ipsjipcII'mIIv s.ilii itci).
I II. HAYS MOltROV..
i Clearlu l l, au0-. 15, 1 1 y
(i, ate winn: SWA.V.)
Race st. atove Third, Pliila.
'P.'ir pro .lic'jTs cl tin. l.ve eli kmmn es
I labiisbnu nt b. Inn 1 h t t: T. Tit 1 lor the ver
ml piiiroiiiii;e l eslow. , up,,,, tl.elli the p-i:
fur. take this iiictln.,1 ol intiiruiins their fi-ierid-.i:i.i
the public Unit lin y nr.. still pre,,nre.l to ac
ciriiiiio.ii.ie them if C.i.nre.i with a call.
I'uiii. ,' tho suu.iner iiioutli- lliohnii-c has been
r.oii.ii..,!y rein,, ,,t... , iiepvuveiuenis made ami
other i xt.'ii-ivn iiiternti ii.s in coiiiviiipluiioii.
We nre deierminej i., devote our a tfi)
lion l'i business nnd Cutter iireves with tin
i-.iin ieli'in that c eiiitil be ntde to e;iu. siiWiu-''"'I-
SlliKS ,t ski k;i.
X. K. Cnrriaires will nlw.iyi be in readiness to
oiivev p.i.-i'ii-ers tumid lu lu ttcanilm.it I.iimI
nirTS and Itailroiid Depots. ft. A ft
Mii'eh .'list, lKJS.y,
CUBA HOTEL, JAYRESVILIE, Ta7
TIIK above Until, bavins recently been Cited
up f ir a house of enterl itninenl, is now open
f ir the accommodation of tho public. Travelers
ii ni" a couveuieur. House.
May 111, lsiS, JOHN JORDAN.
The subscriber having taken Ihe above weil
known Him. I. formerly kept by II ui. A. Mason,
in Curwcusviile, Pa., is ready to accommodate all
who niny favor l.im wiln their patronage. His
tulle will nlways he supplied with the best the
nrka affords, and hi liar with il, eb..i..
i liiUors. His stable will bo under the care of a
tentive hostlers. DAVID SMITH.
Curwensville, April 21. 1848.
rpiie subscriber, formerly ol tho lixchnnce Ho-
X tel. 1 hilipsburis, having tuken the above
new stand siliniie on tho bank of Ihe river, iu the
lewer end ol t urwensville, would announce that
he is now rcadv for the accommodation of stran
gers nnd all others who may tavor him with a
call. Tho house is larite and comfortable and
travelers will find every convenience necessary to
their comfort. Ample stubling is attached to tho
Fobruary 10, 185S.
TIIM Third Session of the Ci.r.Anrtri,n Corn-
TT NoitUAI. Srnnol. will 1.. k.l.l .
-' "os ill vuiwrus-
villo, coiini.encinK on Tuesday the 8d of May
next, anil will continue two innnths. No pains
or labor will bo spared to rendor tho instruc
tions as thorouirh and practical as possible Par
ticular nttenlion s;iven to the art of teaching.
Persons wishing to avnil themselves of its ad
vanlsgca nre requested to he present at its com
mencement. A (,'omify hmitHlc and Puhlie Ex
amination will bt htld lh hit icrtk of tht scion.
. .. 1" f" STILL, Coun:y Eun.
April 0, 1859. no. 12, vol iv.
THE INDERSKINED takes thi. method of an
nouncing to the cithers 0f ClanrBelit and the but
rounding country, that he has oponod a
on Main Street in Shau,; AV, whBre j,e
is prepared to accommodate all wh KJe nlm
call, and hopes to receive a liberal patronage
Oct. till., 1858. JEREMIAH N0RRIS.
1IM l;M MT1I1J AM. Ml
' 111 Miilnlj-nU WreVl
1. 1 ?
. k, . . I
t.r.Mf UIr, M,(
t.r r.r-r.in ii.sl.,.i,,if.,M1!l'n.
A IlipKlllI VnitloesnUi,,, ,B f't
terolin, mailer, Hon, lbs lh . I,
t an ae'ri'.i . " lHt.
i I'PFMH Mt tl m n t,tpEn,
One ery fir on. js.r, t,0 j,,,, .
i Ore copy for two years, three dollar, .(,. .
ertils and four premiums. " "?
'n to ci.rs,
' Three eeplel on year, Iredolltrt md ,, .
j l ive copies on year, eight dollar, ,4 u .
'1 en ootiloi ou voir, fifteen rl,.ll.-. j .
1 weuty one copies one year, thirty dollari t.J
forty-two pruiniuius. nT
Those gelling up a club of ten subscriber
rn,illin IH1...1. a..ll.,ra .III 1. ,.. ."r
- u eniitrea to
extra copy, free; nnd those sending thirty
I la: a for twenty-one copies, will he eutiilaid U .
1 copy and premium free.
Kvery subscriber to the "Weeklr Snrl Wi.-.
rut Illo."w III.. .,ilUI...
from liny cents, to five hundred dollars b'r th
imynietit of terenry five cents vn each, 'ai sm
us Ihe suliKcription money is received, th mk!
s'riber will bo iniormed by letter what hit nr.
miums are. anil then ills ..nii.,..ni l...
, ' - - -i'..vin wneiner ki
pays the twenty-live cents wn each, and Uku
tho premiums cr not.
Tho premiums that we lull to subscribers h,
twenty live cents each, are comprised iu the foj.
lun ii'K UOt
5 Pianofortes, $:,oo
b U. S. Treasury Notes, 600 "
10 Uold Watches, jjo
20 do. mo
15 do. 7
60 Fewlne; Machines, 75 u
11)0 tiold Watches, 75
S00 do. jo
300 fiilver Watches, so
400 Kilk Dress Patterns, 2s
1000 Hilver Watches, 10
1000 Oold Chains, 10 to 24
C. Ill .1 Tlrnenlala lHM.l.l. X 1. SL -
,, r ' vvr voaius, taano,
Florentine, Mosaic aud, Oold Stone Setts, Gtld
and Filver Thimbles. Hold V. nr limn 1:
Ilrenil Pins, Bosom Studs, 8levo Buttons, Cuf
Pins, Lockets, Keys, Scurf and Shawl Piui,'n4
other articles, worth from 0 cents to ttilrt
All communications must be be addressed to
A. M. BUOWX A Co,
12.1 South Third Street, Philadelphia. P.
Ajrents wanted in all parts of the United Statu
aud Canadus, to tell Books, Music, Jewelry, GoU
Pens, Pencils, Ac,, and receive subscription fur
ihe Hkii, White a.id Ili.t a.
Ciilulogues and numbered certificates, will ba
sent to those wishi. g to act as Agents. Notsp.
All newspapers giving the above adrertiis.
in en I lit insvrtii'ns, will be paid $S, in Oold
Pens. Jewelrv. Honks, or foiie. r.nt.lO.
... -- --, rj m.uil
:;0 days niter reeeivlng the first number con
taiuiug tin advertisement. . .
no. S, vol. ir,
NEW WORK FOR AGENTS.
The Life, Speeches aud Memorial
I 'ontmnihri hi simI CelehuiU-d Orn'mnx a A.
leetwn fei.m the Eukylei IkHvernt oa
the Vctaxum i;l his J'eati
and hi Life and
T SAIirtL M. HMtCKKa, 1. T.
This splendid erk i.i just rublirbs.'i, m-onl-'ri.'
' "iauio of ".. fl pn-os It is pi'imed nn fim
:io r. and b iiiii'l in be.i'ilifu! sit vl- : cont.iinsst.
i-llcnr. tint i:lusli-!-:.iiis of liis-t'.irihplaee and
dmision at M,irsUT... ; grid-a i-jtl. Icuil, fa.
I;i';.clcc! P,.r:r:iit I he puhli.-her ofiVriW.'
"nliileiice ti the American public, and is ennni
ed that ii wiil supply mi iinpoiiant want in Amr-
C.tn litl-rMIIiro. n Wi.yL m... .. Iu J
-- . n wi'iaiurg
hirelolnre. which pre.i nie, within a ei,mitt
no conienieiir compass, the eliier events of lh
iTe of I'anii'i Welisler. bis nio-l remaikal le in
elleetur.l effurts, and the must vulu.irlvle and is.
li -re-iinj enl ili.h which lun i.e. .,. man r 11,...
ion inu red in honor of bis memory.
We present all these trcas . res to'thi- volumi,
it a cry iiii. l. raie price, and in a very eonrsni-
't.t fi'-m. S'lb.erit.linn ,,rl.. im !...;. ei St
iiaiidsoincly embossed leather $2 H. (
i ersons iicsirons ol liecoiniiiK Agents for this
uluable work, will address, for full particulars,
DVANK RVLIS0N. Publisher,
88 South Third Street, Philadelphia, T.
no. 7, vol. i.)
i LL persons nre hereby cautioned against par.
' chasing nr modeling ilh the following tlf
scribed property in the possession of Jno. lleish of
Bogg township : Twj cows, one heifer, ons jsat
lingcnlf, one spring calf, four oedMeads, bh
and bedding, no cupboard, two stands, oeeovtlt,
one cook stove, one coal stove, one lotcsrprt,
ten chairs, one clock, one looking glass, one tu
ning mill, one plow, one harrow, one log chain,
one set hay ladders, one saddle, one set l
horse harness, as the same belongs to me, so'
is left with the said John Buish on loaa nly
subject to my order.
C. M. CADWALLADEB.
April Mtli, 1S59. UL
LL persons aro hereby cautioned a&il
purchasing or modeling with the followitj
described property now in the possession et
Jonathan Wiser jr. : 2 milk cows 3 bedi ml
boiling, one cupboard, one table, 5 hogs, one tin
boos, one cook stove, and all other honse-W
furniture, one plow, one harrow, one log ehsis,
grain and hay, farming utensils Ac, as tostta
belongs to me subject to my order.
JONATHAN WISER Sr.
April 13th, 1959. 3U pd.
11 HE DOOKS of D. W. Moore, trq. kivinj
. been in my possession for settlement s'
collection for somo time, and still much of
i remaining unsettled. I eive this last notice,
all persons indebted upon said books for adrerti-
ma:, tiioscripuon, or Job worn, musi pjsio"
come and settle the same, at or before th ftj.
Court. WM. PORTER.
Clearfield, March 2, 1859. no. 7, vol i'-l
A LL persons indebted to the subscriber, eitkst'
hy note or book account, aie rcquert'' '
call nnJ settle, on or be fur o the first day of Apr"
1 8.S9. Those who do not comply with the ',
1 may expect to pay costs.
TiT-Also tho tubserihor offers for sals Vj
house, lot, and office, situatod la the town
Lulherihurg, law for cash, or ia paymeaU.IJ
lull purchasers. For further particulars Pfv
. to the HraacHiacit, oo the promises.
. pr. o. WILSOS.
Luthersburg, Jan. II, 1859. no. 2, v. I'd
I To all ira tint) Furmt, fe'e emmli'trtiftM f
I fTniArrmy t nrfs