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v -"' Cftttp Meeting. :
Tho C'nmp Mooting of the &I. K. cliurch
for the clearfield and cnrwensvillo charge
Willie held on tho grounl of Mr. Tboa.
Heed on tho oM piko to commence oil
Friday Aug 21 ' Come to the Cnmp ;
Meeting. ' Wnj T.. fpotswood.--
" Trencher in charge'.
TnMDENTS Si'EF.rn. We this -week
publish on our first pago tho great speech
made hy tho President at tho White House
on the Oth of July last. u;,.
Wo hope it will be rend by all. It
clear, plainnnd conclusive gives the fad
and nothing lets. The principles there
laid down; must nnd will sooner1 or' later
o, adopted hy iv iiiiyoiity of the pooplo
"of tho United Mutes, -or revolution and
dinarchy will reign triumphant throughout
our land and nation. i J i .'.
. Dead. Mrs Holt tvifu of tho Pott Mas
ter General died at Washington on thftl
14th inst, sunounded by a largo circlo of
Vclatio'iis ft rid Mends, - ITor" remains vi i
conveyed to hor lute homo in Kentucky. ,
She wad n daughter of iCx-Tost Master
(ioijAViokliflb ' ' . '
li'Alokut to Lum UMjiumrili on ajm, ss
V n Vnn-Uv Anl.rniv.w.
, 1 ,,'tV '. , , '
oiMearuciu, iu.u ima mcuiou iu
nouneo to uio public, mat no win cioso
liis Gallery : oh tht: 27lh Aug. . (inst,) for
ho purpose of making a jro(osionnl tour,
,'of probably several months.' Thoso wish
ing Ambrotypcs can Bccuro liis services
durinit thf mean . time. In ndilition to
his stock of cheap cases always on hand,
in a few days ho will bo sujiplied with an
npariiucnt of 'unty Ai.nt lower prices
than cvfir before sold in Clearfield county.
Aug. 15, 'CO. -21. ''
Tho Kditsr of the fUat! Sentinel seems
lobe very unfortunate, as regards his
correspondents from this county, orwliom,
lio 1ms had sevoral.
If be was aware of the political btaud
ing of ilaek!,.in',d corrcspondcut of
10th inst., ' wo know very well that be
...1.1 1 .. t .. t , . ! o...lt f ..'i.ni'AIIE
;ger, as ho Is known to be in this cotnmu
uity. The Kdilor jmblishes his letter as
a malter'of ' nowi ; it may bo elsewhere,
but hero it is, the orliclo lie doali out evc
Ty day iu tho street tho whole loiter was
known to tho boys in the ntrcct two days
li4for it, nnneartd in the Srntinil. The
vholo letter !s a tissue of falsehood from
"beginning to end go t up in the re,",
ular Hyena, or Jackall style devouring
everything but liitnsclf.
v X, is as visible to our readers in hli half
column of slanders ns tho vestibule upon
: our new Court House, to dispiso hiw is
just to see him.
The following sentiment, wo ropy from
tho Bedford Gaelic; heretofore one ol Uio
most uncompromising Houghis apcrs in
the State, and no doubt it refleets the sen
timents of Mr. Cvssnii. Wo inig"it fill
half ol our paper this week with similar
extracts . from Douglas papers in this
State; howover, the two liincoln papers
itho rrcss nnd Soitlnd, howl tremendously
, it the Crc.uon 'arrangement, as uo fill the
ether Blank Republican papers.
"This result is n great victory for the
J)ouglas men nol that it gives them any
(undue ndvantape over tho, friends of
Breckinridge, but becauso in compliance
with their roqnest, tlio iMi-mcr propos.
tion of fusion has been Abandoned, and n
much fairer nnd woro equitable plan of
union ollered by the Committer. We
nro, therefore, not withou hope that the
differences i" tbc party may yM bo so
'reconciled ft3 to enable the entire Democ
racy of tho Slate to vols for one set of
1 1 11.,,. .1.,r.,.,f n,,1 .llc-nnl- 111
J ilvl,l ' I a HIIU lini uun ii i,n . .n.-vv,,. v
tho Blaek ltepublicnn horde."
rnrsnnnt to ftdjourninent, tlio Iuthcrs
burg democratic club met-,' on Saturday
evening last. Prcsidcnf-i' 1. Cloodlander
Eq. in tliethnir.
On lcavo given, Dr. Ceorgo Wilson rose
soon turned out to be rt Douglas speech,
in which ho characterize! tho Jrockin-
rii'go men as st coders, and disloyal to tho
recular democratic organ izat inn, rrovod
. ' to his own salibfactior, that the inimita
ble Stephen wns the only candidate worthy
of tlio support of tho Democracy ol Brady
1 township; and expressed himsolf ns op
posed to any ujiion nt this time, regard
i ! ing it ns premature; .llowm followed in
reply by Dr. Boycr, who answered nil his
objections, delendod the notion of the cx
; ccutivo committee, and closod his speech
.' ' with a .strong, appeal for a nnionVm tho
, Pending electoral ticket. After which,
ithc coiibtilution was again read und oll'cr
d for signers.
AVhorcunon on cflbrt was mado by Dr.
Wilson to ongralt a Bones
to oncralt a series ol resolutions
on tho club previous to his signing the
constitution. Tho constitution wns then can sobroquiet, has split rails, and it is fc
signedby' ten new meuibcrs thoso op- qually true that thoso rails will, split him,
posed to union refusing to sign it. A H . Machino in a rami-
i J ho chairman oltho cotonuttoo on res.-.' ,
olutions appointed nt a prcvknU meeting, j ' treasure. 1 layo you seen the Ma.
,then offered tho following, which vcro chino called the, ''Frio''? ' If not, wo ad
Whereas, Tho rresont being nn im
i ....i l...... :.. jl.. . l.:. i r 1 im
bIJV 1JI U, 111 IIIU iliabUlv Ul 111" l'ijiu"-
. .o;,, ,,o, (.. n.,.i h n...ii. ivliir.!i imml
men .inl patriots may contein-.late will,
41iaw t1ritW n(. flin r n u t (iti1 iiiiuinl tin
J l I l'l. '
Jioiuing ino riMrK cioua wnicu in inys
alone pnn our political horizon, nnd
117,,, In this ebecrine hope wehave
bn diaappoinM, nd iiHend of peace
nnd hnrmonv reicnlni? in our narlv and
tbo union, w find ncitniinn, diseord,
Slttrife, ntel We fear prepi ralion for civil
nnsk t n-entenoil the nisaolution of our . "y,"v ' . . " , . i for logs, or upon winch a haw
,n,,n,i,inn nnin l.rnrinr In .1,0 nnliti. Of tllC.tll Of .1J convention, necCUCS W , croctea late the CEtatO of
-Jt.i ..i,:t, V..i the Creason eoinproiniso. Jho pnpora deceased. ., , .
- ' T.."5i" i t. 7 : , .Li l r tSnlhoWoutnsiniinraJcw indeod,-( Tl'.UMM, on-fonrth of the
" , ..: ' . . . , . Tho : atrnur it-our. movement lias been en day ol tmio i ono-iourtu on mo
..llUliV D Ml I Ol 1J1M Dllll 1'H'IHllU OlIUHHI
war, thjs !n .ho oidor of tliojay, there-
1st, Iimh'c.1. That we. sineerclv hone
that tlio treat cause of disunion, discord,
:lnil llls;pnlirm tvlnpli MAwnviuta nmnmi
us, and ' not only divides us as a nnrtv. 1
.. j,, .
but listracts our nnlionnl councils and I
prosperity, mov auocdlv la removal, and!
,!,nni, . ......
.ettlfi.1 In . t li li.t..mi,lRLion of .nliieoU '
. : t . . . .: . i. . i i .... i i
more essential to tho prosperity and hap
piness, of a great and growing nation.
2d. That .ro tho democracy of Brady
township, Vrogard tho preservation of the
unity of tho democratic state organiza
tion, which was to happily inaugurated
by tho Itending Convention, as of tho
greatest Importance to tho present and
f'utuio welfare of the national ".Democratic
parly, and that wenpprovoand ratify tho
basis of union recommended by the Staid
Executive Committee, whorcby tho elec
toral tickot placed in nomination by that
r!niii'!ntinti . niftv f:iiili' nitil linnnutlv
. . j .7 j - ,
ceirc the support of every Pemocratic j
voter in Pennsylvania, who truly desires'
tho ilcfcat of tho Black l'epublican can
didate." 3d That tho government of a Territo
ry, organized by an net of Congress, is pro
visional and temporary, and during its
cxistenco nil citizens of tho United States
have au ccjual right to sclllo with their
properly jn.llio JVnitory, without their
rights, cither of person or properly, beiug
destroyed or injured hy Congiessional or
4th. That it js the duty of the federal
government, in nil its departments, to
protect the richts of persons nr.d proper
in U,0 Territories, nnd WhcrcvcrcUo lla
constitutional authority extends.
5th. That wo attest our Learty appro-
val of tho noininatior. of the lion- II. D.
lost or of u cistni.orcland county, as our
candidato for (iovcrnor that his public
career has conclusively proved his emi
nent nhilitbs, and his unfaltering devo-
'" to the true interest ot our glories
Ulnln An flik ITnitii .Mini II.. 1.... f..
iind iii rit y of his private charaetor, as at
tc-ited by those wiio know him beet, sta id
high nbovo suspicion, nnd that wo pledge,
to ir.ni our hearty nnd undivided
nt tho October election.
After tho ndoption of tho report of tho
Commiltoo a conversational duhatc was
indulged in for a short timo, when the fol
lowing resolution was offered by Dr. T. J.
lioycrnnd unammoudy adopted
liesolvcd, That wo heartily apprf.vo and j
ratify tho nomination mado bv the late
(lonvnntinn nt llrookville for Congrt-ss. j
Jon, Jumc K. lverr, a gentleman in
whom tho; Democracy rceognio nn able
champion nnd n sound democrat, and our
voto in October will attest tho sincerity of
On motion, the club adjourned, to meet
a!?ain on Saturday next.
LEV Kit FLWiAL, Secretary.
Republican. Relics of the Campaign.
The New York Herald publishes tiie fol
lowing lid of relics, dicoycrod by n polil
ieal anli(uarian, which he proposes to sell
cheap to thoe 'ho may desire to adorn
some enmpnign wigwam. Tho list will be
read with interest :
1. Handle of live maul with which Lin
coln Fplit his lirht rail.
2. Chew of tobacco masticated during
Wnislband of Irceches split during
1. Paleli Of seat ditto.
fi. 1'ortrnit of the man whoslood against
a tree looking at Old Abe splitting the rail.
Old Abe told him if he kept on soeering
thero he'd never go into Congress, and he
0. Horns of the oxen which hauled the
7. Half pint of whiskey (rifle warranted
t,. l-ill ct l,r,,U-,l , n ,1Uii1I,l i i,n
i ii . i .ii ii. '
iii'iunv, iiv i'io ,iiu
H. Original in pot OUlOl V,'11ICIH.MU AU0
took his drink''.
'.. View of that grocery, (by "our own
art ist on tlio spot."
10. Strir.g of one of the oripnal broans
worn by the prophet in his hegira from
Kentucky to Illinois.
11. Half a pound of best Young Hyson
sold by old Abe ns n grocer, to tho tiro of
tho (irst white child born in Nmganon
12. l'mo knot from tho ordinal hut
built by Uuclo Abe from lumber got out
by his own bunds.
13. Hair from tho mano of tho horse
wl'iieh won a race of which Undo Abo was
judge. ' ' ''.''' ,'
11. litto from tail of losing Lerscin the
same race. "
15. Tooth knocked out of a man's head
H'ho fought another man, aud choso OKI
Abe for reference.
lit. Tortrail of Old Abe when ho tried
to look pretty and frightened a child
one of tho first families in the country in
Tho Fowler Committee, consisting of
Messrs, Isaac Hell, ilirain Cranston, Kll
,iah V. 1'urdy, r. Crane, and Dr. XV. XV.
.Sanger, have collected over 00,000 to
wards re-imbur'ing the Government lor
Mr. Fowler's deficiency. Numbers of tho
persons to whom Mr. F. lent largo sums
of money, without taking any meiuornn
uum or written acknowledgement, navo
como forward nnd paid into tho hands of
t he Committee tho entire amounts duo,
foiy-Tho last thing in tho way of politi
cal advertiseing is n letter envelope sur
rounded with n rail fence. On onb end
tho envelope is a portrait of Old Abe,"
nnd bcncatli it tlio identical llat-Uoat.
which is said that indivdutd used to run.
The engraver failod to produco fio bar at
which he used to sell t.mslc-fnnl whiskey.
, Xo doubt "Old Abe, "to use tho Hetmbl
(vise sotno of our readers who may not
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u...v, .... .w,
. f T XT
write to Mr. .1. JN
lioylaii, at Milan, Uluo,
n. got tlio company', confidential term,
tflJuTlio Luzerne Uinn, published at the
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" ' ' . ,A .ia-.,i j paymonts wiih iutorost from day ol Sale, to be
P;rat ?ro nrt TV'Z? - ll6D'1
IpublicanSn.1 certain perrons .tmngm.. .. , DAVID CAbDWELL, AdmVd
prl i. !..' . ' '' I Aug. 8,1PM. cfSamnoP Caldwell, deo'd.
i p,t The Lady who was Btrcuk with
: cliiiUoUe- ; ' .. " ',
ri. ...,'- WARBIED,...,,,,.,, ,
At the l'reshytarinn I'arsonna-o in Clear-
iuli ,ii4n..;nti i..,' r.. .t t 1 t
I I) .1...... 1 ..i i w -
liuiii uuno ivuimoii uoin 01 itiorns ID..
On eclncsdav, July 2"tu ,'5n Piko t
t"0' a. 1 "l&PW DC,. Lirdl Soil of
and Maria McCluie,
uged . i year
11 months. .,
With such a dear, nnd gentle babe,
Wo do not always meet,
As ho who llos now in tho grnvo
h'slittlo Birdie t and fate.
Father nnd molher tliey mourn,
A lovely infant gone,
Cod lias claimed, and took his own,
Ilis tiuio on earth is done.
Weep not your nabo w frc& froui care, ;
Ho is not dead but sleeping thcro
11c was not yours, but Ohrifls, donl
mourn .. ..: ' .i
Ho loved him best, nnd look him homo.
11. A. T.
L. JACKSON (JKANS, 1
ATTORXEY AT LAW, oIEco adjoining IU
resldcnco on Second 6Ucct, Cliurf lid, Ta.
June 1. 1S54. , ' ..
The CommUtiioncri of Clenrficld county will
bo iu torsion on Friday the 24th itny of August,
1 SCO, at their ollioo in Olcurliold liarougU. All
ncrsbnd hnvlug businora with thorn w ill uttoud
at that tiuic.
WM. S. BRADLEY,
August 15 ISrtO. Clerk.
IAUTION, All pcrnona nro bcroty caution
neainitt liarbourins, liirinir or trupting, mv
fon Jacob on my account, us I am dutorminod
to ny no dubts of his contructinz oftor tto i!Stli
'""y "i'J"' last, nml will prosocuto oil persons
fur his Wages that may liiro or employ him.
Augugtlitli. 1SC0. 3t.
Clearfield Riflfi Comrany.
You will meet for drill nnd pr.rado nt
tho Mount Joy School House, on Saturday
the 25lli day of August, nt 10 o'clock A.
M in summer uniform with arms nnd nc
co'utrcmciits in good order, and supplied
suppoituvitli six rounds of blank curtiidge. By or
der of the (.'apt.
Aug. 1, m0. JOHN V. ROTKO.S.
VJ)MI MSTHATOM.S ROTICl'J. Letters
of Administration having bce this day
granted to the uuder.iignod on tho estate of Thom
as Owcus lato ol Jforguson tp., V'lciiruoiiioouniy
Pa. dcc.d., all persons indebted tj paid estate
are reucsl:a to uiuliO nnuieiuaio p jiueni, uoj
those bnvinir claims airaint said estate, nro re -
ouestcd to present them duly authenticated for
, tl lenient. EMKU.VB OWKSri I
AATltUM illLli, jAUuir,
Ferguson tp., Aug. 0, lfi0.-8t.
:50 r is culi rii.
1r l Acres of land for Sale, li acres of which
sv is improved, tho balance well timbered
withwhite pine, Oak, and Hemlock; tiro dwell
ing houses, Snw Mill, Lath Machine, Stable and
other out buildings.
Situated olio and a half miles from Clearfield,
on tho Turn Tiko leading towards Lutbersburj,'.
l-'ur further particulars apply to the subscriber
on the premises.
Aug. , ISCO.-Gt. IS1UEL NICHOLS.
0HPllAVri COI KT SAl.F.. My virtue
of nn order of tho Orphan's Court of Clear
field county, thero will bo exposed to public talc
nt tlio liouso of Isaac Illoom in Uio liorou-li of
Curn eiiavillo on
SATURDAY THE ST1I DAY
ol" iSKl'TKMUEH, A. I). lStid,
at I o'clock 1', JI.i the following described ronl
estate to wit: that certain pln'itntijn or tract of
laud tilnato (on the public road loading from
Clcnrfirld to Kew Washington) in Pike town.
i-hip Clearfield county Pcnn 'a. Hounded nn tho
north by bind belonging to tho estate of John
,S. Curry deceased, ou tlio oust liy laml of l itcli
.t JJovnton, on tho west by lands ofAVnrA
Llooiu and Wm Hex, nnd on the south by land
ol Ucurgo curry. LO'iiaMiing nvo Jiuuureu
! FitWn Acres moro or Its?, having erected
thcrcou nlargo Hvc-etory frame (1.) Iinusc,
and t aintc'l, V illi cellar, n
largo double b g barn, j-rnin-liouso, dry-bouse,
wagon-slied, and about ono liundrcd acres of
i cleared land, with a luriro boaring orchard, and
a never lulling spring ol wator uiereon, into uio
estate of llichiird Curry deooasod,
'IICIOIS, toper eont on day of sale, one-half
nt confirmation of sale, nnd tho balanco in one
year with interest to bo socurod by bond and
moitgnjcc. AVM. KliX Adm'r.,
Aug. 8, 1SC0. of K. Curry deceased.
1)y virtuo of sundry writs of Vendition Expo
) nas issued out of tho Court of Common l'lens
ol Centre comity nnd to me directed, thero will
bo exposed to public sale nt the Court House hi
liollcfoiite, iih Aliuda.y, tho 27tli day of August
next, tho following property, viz !
All tho rl-jht, tillo nnd interest of I). M. Lil
ger, in tha undivided no-fifth part, .tc, of six
certain tracts' ef laud with tbo iinpruvcnicnU
thereon, situated partly in Morris township, Clear,
held county, and partly in ltush luwu.diip, Cen
Ono tract wheroof situnto in ' Morris tir'p.,
Clearfield county, was surveyod under warrant
to To tcr lnruohl, and contains AM acres and ul-
Apso.Oue tract eiluntod as abovo wns sur
veyed in tlio namo of Josso Yarnold, nr.d con
tains llvo bandied and twenty -one acres and al
lowance. Also Ono tract situated in Rush township,
Centro county, wns surveyed under warrant to
Hcrijiunin Martin, uud contains 420 acres nnd
Also. One traot situntod as nbovo was sur
veyod under warrant to John Weidman, cons
taiiiinjl 410 acres and 70 perches nnd allowance.
I Ata,. fltM li-fiet tlfv,.r,l Mnilnr rnirrmt fit
'jicob Weidman, containing 40.1 acres nnd 3b
Also. One tract situated as nbovo whs tux.
veyed under warrant to Jacob Hush, and con
taining JJbO ueres and 22 perches.
There boing erected on tho nbovo described
properly, two caw Mills nnusovcral dwelling
Pelied taken In
enivMitlon and to bo sold ns
,nu r-ropunj oi v
M. llilgor. .
THO'S MoCOY, Sherifl".
Sheriff's offioo, Bollefonto, )
Centro county, Aug. 8, 'CO J
-', v" of nn order of the Onihnn's Court of Clear -
I field eminty.' Tliore will bo exposed to public
salo at tho Court House in tbo llorough of Cloar
' field, on ' : i 1 ' .
I , I'll I DAY TIIF 7T1I DAY
Ol- Sl-tTEMBEU A. D. 18(10, i
, tho following described rial B.-tate to wit I A
tract of land situalo iu Huston township. Clear
1 field eonnty Pa.,- surveyed on a warrant In tho
.",.. ,lf ivA (Vlrfwnll. - Cnnla n 10.'. anres
Containing lOi aores
nnd allowanco, bounded
by lands surveyed on
j Un ZV'X
'"".V"'1'" 7J l'vlng .stream
' of water thereon, wlnon onn be mado nayigur-loi
Mill mlgtit bo
,,r Sifclo. and tlio bttlanoa in twii fldiial annual
"1AUY CHERRIES for sale nt tbo tfnreof
XJ , ., w!"- (Ir7in;, ,cl"rfio1(1 'J0'
HII H'Mtl lU; AXI WATKHFORIr
ICAII.-KOAJ). Notica !i hereby fclvcn to
l,,ri&r to the stock oftho "Pbilipsburg
fii'lil, CloorlloM county Pa.."nt tho oflico nfW.it-
. - .. 7 L . L. - -J...
tcr linrrctt Kto,., on Tliurwlay thri 2:td ilay' of
Anpiift A. I), IHfll), kotweon (lis hours of 2, ami !
t u 'I'.lotU 1'. M. of oit day,- fur tlio urpoco of I
clouting una l'ioiJont hiiJ Twelve . iicrsoU) to
torvo an Iircctor for raid coinimnr, until tho
fccend Monday in Jnnuury ISCI, A full uttcn
uiinco ib riiuesteu.
(Joorgo It. Barrett,
John Tatlon. ' f .
Lon'u J. Orans.
Jnmos X, Leonard,
John D, Thompson,
J. J. V. Tbointoo,
W m. X. Ali'XauUi'r.
J nines lllukealoy.
II. L, r.icliinond it- ollicrs. Couunistioucrs
Clearfield, Aug. 8, 1800. 2U
ESTATE OF SAMUEirsT'KN
CEU, ETAL,mC'IK; .,.
In tho matter of tho Estates of Pnisiiel Spciicer,
Joseph Fpenecr, Hannah nni Nancy t-pencer,
and Joliu liiirloK Fislior doe'd. ,
And now priM7th 18f0,
Citation awarded by tho Court upon the ters,
executor and Administrators of the nhoro de
cedents, toshow causo why ppecific prfoininnce
of contracts fo r sale of real cutnto, mude by thoin
In their lifetime shall not bo decrocd, 2!lth Jur.o
IXltO. Citation roturncd, and on motion of It. J.
Wallace hsq., AUornoy for applicants, Thn!. J.
McCiilloiigh E;c., was appointed Couuuissioner
to tnko lestunonr, .
JASIKS WRIQLEY Clork 0. C.
In pursuance of tho abovo Commission to
ine directed, testimony in the abovo matter
will bo taken nt my office in Clearfield, on
Thursday tho loth day of (September next, w hen
and where all persons iiiteroeted may attend.
TI10.S.J. MoCULLOUuif, CWr.
C'cnrfield, August 8, 1800. It. .
ST IN TIME TOO.
The subscribers nro just opeiiing at thsirold
stand, n fresh htock of seasonable (ioous. consist
ing of a full aesortnicnt of lry Ooods, '
Hardware, Quccr.swi.ro, mado up Clotbin?,
Hoots and Shoes of every variety, Ladies Pre
tiiminfrs rfc, which they will disposo of en as
pood if not belter terms to tho pureha cr than
they can bo obtained elsewhere, for cither cash,
Lumber or country products Rcncrallv.
Auj;. 1 . 'GO .-at. M00HU4 liTZWILCrf
NOTICIi. Letters Testa-'
i mcntary linvin
in been granted to tho under.
tinned on tho cstut o nf Gcugro M'vlcU deceiuscd,
lato of Lawrouoo tp. Clearlield County l'a., 1,11
persi ns indebted lo kaid Citato aro reiiursled to
iiinho imniediate payment, and thoso having
claims against il, are requested to prcccut thou,
duly authenticated for seltleiuent.
August I, I SCO. (It. WM, POIiTEIl, llx'r.
C1AUTIOX. All persons aro hereby notified
J not to purchase or in anyway ineddlo with
the following property, now in the jwssession (
M. S. Clark of lirndy township, vir.; one Hone
mare, ono two horso WaRO'i and ono Cow, ns tho
samo belongs to mo nnd is left with him on li au
only subjoct to my order, DAXll'L UlHliL.
lrady tp., Aug. 1, lsii0.-3t.
1)I,.V"n'.ItlX(:, Tho subscriber, having
lo'ealcd himself in tho borough of Clearfield
ivould iiifurm tho public that ho is prepared to
do work in tho above line, from pluill to ornamen
tal of tiny description in a workmanlike manner.
Also whitewashing and repuirirg done in a neat
uiannor and ou reasonable terms.
ClcarHeld April 17, ISfiO.-ly.
Cjlll'.HIKKS MAI.i:. l!y virtue ofn(cM.
0 him writ of Ten, .jr., issued out of tho court
01 Common Picas of Center co., and to mo di.
reeled, will bo exposed to public sale lit the
Court House in tho borough of Cloarlii bl, on
MONDAY Tllli 2uTllY
OF APfiVST A. P. 13f.li,
at 10 o'clock A. M tlio folhiwintf described
property, tovir. : A rortain trnct of land situate
in tloshontp. Clearfield county l'n., bounded by
lands of Jaeob i legal, LI lis Irwin, Lllis Liver
rc,0a nnd tho Susiiuohunna ltiver. Containing
(wo hundrod uud rovelity-f ix acres more vt less.
thrco dwelling bouses, two barns, wagon si ed
nn,l ether out buildinir's nnd it luriro bearing
, nrehnrd thereon. , bci.cd taken in enecution nnd
; (0 D0 t,, nl, ,c property of John SoH'rig"'.
r liUJliKICK U. AlIliLKU, Mi II.
.Slieri H'a Oliiee, Clearlied Pa, Aug. 1, Ul'O.
IIIU CM'.AHI'llilJ) ACAIir.MV, will
bo opened lor tlio reception of pupils,
(males unit fcinnlvs; on Monday, May jsin, jaou.
7'cTwipcr session of eleven Weeks
Orthography, Heading, Writing, Primary
Arithmetic and (Teograpliy. ?2.i0
Higher Arithmetic, English firninmnr, Geog
raphy and lliatoi-y. $:j.U0
Algebra, Geometry, Nntnnil Philosophy
andltiolt Keeping ." ' ?I.U((
T.atin nnd Greek languages. ' $0 00
To Ftudent? desirous of ncqitirlng ti thorough
English Education, and who wish to qualify
thomsnlve8 for teachers, this Institution oilers
No pupil received for less than half a session,
and no deduction mado except for protracted
Tuition to bo paid nt tho close of tho term.
C. 15. .S.VMDl'UKD, rui.Mii'AL.
Aug. 20, ISCiH.- v.
JAVKS T. I.KONAni).
WM, A, WAI.I..ICB.
LEONARD, FINNEY &Co.
C I i: A 11 F I I. D,
CLKAHFJEIJ) VUUXTV, PA.
JBILI.9 01, KXCHANGR, N0TKR ANO nil AFTS IllSCOl NTIII)
, DiiFosnrs ii:ti:ivr:i),
1 Cxilleiit'tnns nmi'.c and procteili promptly remitted
I'..cliniijr,e ou Mic Cities constaiitly
rft-Offico on Seccod Pt., nenrly opposite the
will Icrp c
And extensive Jiealer
ai-iara Timbsr, lliard
fc. 'oi -'w.v.t'ir,.'- .
n icctl soppl"1 i
lo Persons CUt ol hmplOyniCUt
, nPKr, w . vTrn Tn SFT.T. hn Kri. Sow
ii ' 1 ing Mnehinc. '
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1.0 Will gl.V l VyUIIHUIBPIUII, 1,1 Pill-a ...'"u
S25 to tftfl ncr month, and expenses paid.. This
new Machine, nnd so simple in its construe.
tion that n child fif 10 years enn lenrn toopernto
it by half nn hour s instruetion. Ills equal, to
any Family Pewing Mnchino in use, and the
price is but Fifteen Hollars. ',
l'orsons wishing on Agency will nddrcss
- ,1. y. ROY LAN.
Sscretaiy F.rio Pcwing Machine Company,
o .irfA . .... V. T1 IV
Aug. 8. W.0.--PV
i. c. iiAnnwiiK
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JJUtJU lV VAUIK 1 1
HAVE just received from tho Eastern cities,
ami opened nt tlioir KiiW SlyllK ItOOM
on MA RKET STHEET, two doors west cf Third,
the nol extensive assortment oi ' l'rugs,
Pyo-Stnll's, . j '; .
Tobacco & Hegars, ,
. , Toilet articles, . , , .
Pqrfuniery, . ,. .
;lai,k bouks, i I
; Stationary, . ,
Cutlery, ' , . ', ', .
. Misoelluneous . -.
.: And Fancy
. Artk'les Ac. Ac,
ever ofTerod to the public la this necticn of the
Their Drtiu-N aud CheuiU uls, ofwhirh they
liavo nn exteusivo ussurtuiont, havo boeu select
ed with especial rclTerenc to their quality and
Their stock of Oils and Paint n will consist
of Einsecd oil, Coal oil, Tanner's oil, Turpentine,
lted K Whito lead, dry ami ground in oil, bpun-
ish brown, Venitian rod, Yellow and Stono ochro'
I.anipbluck, yVlack lend, Ivory biack, Chineso k
Amorienn vcrmillion, pnrisercen, puns, Utra
marino nnd Prussian blue, dry nnd ground in oil
Carmine, Chrome green f yellow, Cbnlk of all'
Cobnlt, l)rop, lako rf- black, Emery, Glue, Gums,
Copal, Hainar nnd Shellac, Indian rod, Litharge,
Orange mineral, pumice nnd ltuttcn stono, Hose
pink, English nnd American, Hosin, Scnr'ct, (or
perian led,) Terra Vienna, Turkey umbre, Ver
digris, bluo it- whito Vitriol, Whiting, Zinc, put
ty uud putty knives, Glass of nil sues and quali
ties, Looking-glass plates, Ac, ( c.
l)C-stUliri & Vttl'llisdlC:
Kxtra Logwood, chip
ped nnd gronnd, Indigo, Madder, Annattn,
Cochineal, Sol. tin, lted saunders ; Copal, Coach,
lllaek for leather, Japan Tor (lying, Hap, alaslie,
Whito Dauiar, Whito spirt nnd l'Jowing Varuih.
Tohacro Scjjars :
Cnvcndish, best, Natural
leaf, Rough ready, Lady twist, Fino cuts of all
kinds, and pride of the lluroin, tobnece J luippeo
an! Scotch snuffs: L'l phneton, Henry Clay,
punch, La cbica, LI mono, Ac, regnrs.
Ulank Hooks nnd Stationary.
Ioy-book. Receipt nnd Note-books, Piaries, La
dies nnd Office Portfolios, lilauk parchment nnd
paper' Deeds, Jlonds, Mortgages, nnd all other
legal blanks. Foolscap, letter, Note, llusiness
nnd drawing paper, Knvelopos, Ready reference
Files, Annenr't and Amohl's writing fluid, Ink,
black, Mac, nnd carmine, Steel I'elis and Pen
holders, Paper clips, niucihige, and nil other ar
ticles in the Stationary line.
Toilet fc l-'anry Art Iciest Pcrriimcrv.
bru'ies, American, Fronch A Knglisli, with Ivo
rv, Shell, Pearl, l'uffalo, Satinwood, Rosewood
A vriiuuieuted backs, all qualities ; Cloth brushes
Hut brushes; Teeth brushes, various qualities ;
Shaving brshcs, American, Knglisli and Frcueli
with Hus. ia bristles and fiadgor's hair,- Flesh
brushes : Comb brushes und Cleaners, Tortoise
shell Tuck combs, Tortoise shell, Plain A Fancy ;
and India rubber Long Combs; hhel', Luhiilo,
Horn and India rubber pull side Combs ; India
rubber Pressing Combs, 4 to 8 inches, all styles ; I
Fnzlith Toilet combs with bandies; lionnct i
combs ; Ivory and Uutta percha fine tooth comb;
rocket combs, nil stylos : American, renuliA
German Cologne A Luvon, 'or waters; Lubins,
Taylor's, Wright's, liangenot A Couway's ex
tracts for tho ban fkerchicf, of a grcnt variety of
styles ; Ilurnett's Cocaine, Parry's Trioopherous,
Lyon's Culhnirun, Kan, Lustral, lioan, Museaccar,
Antigua, Roso and Coral Oil ; Reef marrow,
Pomades, nnd Philocoom, American and French
all styles and prices cold cream, Toilet powder,
Rouge Ralls, Lilly While, ruff Poxes, Chinn,'
nnd paper, smelling Bulls, Rulin of a thousand
llocrs, tooth paeto, tooth paste, charcoal, rcso,
&c, Ac., Shaving Compound nil sir.es; Military
soap, Honey Soap, Chrystaline nnd Floating
soaps,, Ottoman, Yankee and lialliighcr-soaps,
Transparent and Castile soaps, Ac. Ac,
Miscellaneous Ai Ikies.
Gents sleel framo
morocco and cull Porlinonaics, Ladies silk lined
papier Macho, inlaid torloiso shell, velvet and
morocco Portmonaics, Ladies Crotchet purses
embroidered wild steel leads, Ladies Cabas and
morocco satchels, shell, pearl, ivory, velvet and
papier Machc, ivory and pcarj memorandum tab
ic ts, Fino F.njris.h Morocco, Pocket Wiilcts, Mo
lucca nnd ca'f Pocket books, with straps nnd
c'asps; Rill honks, and Hunker's enses with lock
and key; Cidlapslon drinking; cup, Medical glas
ses with nnd without drops. Fishing tackle,
Chapman A Enerson's Razor strops cigar eases:,
crumb brushes, Shoo Rrusbes with and without
handles Horn brushes, ull qualities.'' Paint
und varnish brushes ull sizes, tin and capper
bound, Sash tools nit sizes, counter una mark
ing brushes, while wush nnd scrubbing brushes.
Fancy cotorod feather (lusters e., l.icli
inaid pai ier mache, toilet rases, work boxes
writing desks, Rosewood and Mahogany ivriting
lesks, Chessmen und ( hers boards, dents. Kid
(Hove?, Keek tics, collars, cravats nnd canes, La
dies Kid, Tiilfcln Silk mid Kid finished gaunt
lets, nnd I.yle thread gaiintlejs, Rlaek and color'
ed silk web suspenders, frencu striped gnm sus
penders, Rich enibroidired auspenders, (lulota
new stylo French suspenders, dents, linen hand
kerchiefs, colored border nnd Cambric handker
Ladies 7incn bnndltcrchiefs in great viui-
ety ; Sim shade fans, cireuar French fans, can
ton feather fans of a prent variety ; Fino Canton
pa'm fans wlih ivory nnd painted hnndes, 11aek
and mourning fans; Hair pins Kngisli and
Fredeh, Ac, Ac. Aso Pnlent Medicines of ev
All of which wirt DO toliMnl tlio lowest UMl
Country I'liysdclans furnished With Drugs,
Medicines nnd Surgicul Instruments, nt tho most I
reasonable, rates for cash.
Juno fi, 1SG0. ly,
Clearfield County, Pa, ,
JOS. L. KIR13Y, pRorniRton.
1)EOR leave to announce to tho traveling enro
ll munitr and tho publie ceneiirally, that he
bus taken tho above, named botol nnd refitted it
in n stylo suited to the tiuics nnd tho wants of
T111 nlways bo supplied with tho best the mar
kets and tho surrounding country can nlijpa j
Will contain tbo cboii est Honors, nnd.
' Wilt bo In tho mire of nttentivo hostlers, re
sponsible for tflcir conduct to their employer,
who will givo tho enliro establishment his per
sonal supervision. -
In the tho hopo that he will be nblo to innko
his guests coaiforlnble during their -isits ' o his
houso ho respectfully solicits a sharo of ( ublic
Lumber City Oct. HI, 1S59.
f JAMES CROSSLY enrricson Riacksinlthing
id tho borouith of Lumber city, where bo will
iexeente promptly all work entrusted to hiin, and
cjtscutfl it in a worKinauni.o manner,
Jllly J. llc."-,-JLV -
HAM, Sidos, Mackerel and Herring "for sale
low iilUio store of , W.IMRII'IN.
Clearfield, duly lltli
KY APPLE!?, for eiilo at tho store of Win.
F. Irwin, Market street, Clearfield Pa.
j. cms lohaixk.
I II A YE. -JIW gOl'EyEP.TJlEIt A'Etf
.; r. i .- - . i .i ,
liQilics' Dress Goodti, Hibbons,
! Flowers and Millenary goods gen
, ; crally. k ....... ,
INVITKD TO Til EI 11
and .Shoes of every itcscriptioiu
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Also to their elegant styles of RUINESS;
COATS, nnd Men's it Boys' CLOTH 1NO. ''
A full nssertment of Carpets, Floor Oil cloths,
and Carriago .trimmings constantly o Iinud. ''
irVl'Umr, 'iron, F!th f c. at the lowed prict
S?resli Ai'rivsil off
-IJSL1 1Vs7V flllsK.
AT. TJIK CHEAT CASH STOKE.
I am just receiving and opening a largo andt
w'ell solucted ussurlment tf
SPRING Nl) SUMMEt'
Good, of almost every desert n
A beautiful assortment of Prints and Pross
goods, of tho newest nnd latest, styles. Also tk.
great vuiioty of useful notious.
A large assorlrtient, ready-madcj
Hats and Cups,
Roots and Shoos, a large quantity,.
Hardware, Qi ceiiwuro,
Druggs nnd Modiolncs,
Oil and Paints,
Carpel A Oil Cloths,
I-'isb, Bacon and Flour,
of Ibo best quality, nil of which will bo solar
nt tho lowest ensh or ready pay prices.
My old friends nnd tho public generally, nrei
respectfully invftod to call,
Clearlield, May it, lSliO, WM. F. ItWli
new go on s:
Just rocoiving and opening nt tho Old stiti
of Lewis Smith in liethlobem a well selected a
sortnient of Spring nnd Suiuiuor Goods ul'al'.
niost overy description.
Staple und Fancy, a beautiful ussoctmeid I
Prints inul Dress Gootls;
of tho latest styles, also a variety of lisuful He.
I lions. Hats nnd Caps, .
Uonnels and Shnwlr
Roots and Shoes,
Hardware, Quecnswaro,'' Drugs ar.,
Gil OCE 111 ICS,
Tobacco, Scgars and all articles usually kept -in
n country Store, all cheap for rash,
Uive us a call and soo for i'mir holvos.
11. L. 11EXDEHS0.N, A CO
.May 21, 1 300.
ni;v coons ! i nkw cuolwhi
Just roeeivod uud now opening al Iiivin s cheap
corner storo, a large and w ell selected slock olf
Spring unit Summer goods, ull of which uro of- -fercd
nt lower prices than ever. Call and exam
ine goods and prices. li, k. lit VI N.
Currfcmvillc, May 10, W..
I'lorenoo braids, Mugliah straws,.
Ml, !,k at tuiil nl 1 1 tl r At villi I rim innil nml urv
. trimmed, will bo found in vuriclv nl (ho rornciv
store of K.A.1UVIN,
Cut wcnsvilU, May ltl, 'ikl.
Indies dross goods, of pal Urns and texluies to.
J pleaso all, will bo found at the corner store oh'
.Curwiusvilio, May 10, lbf.O. K. A. 1RV1N.
Skeleton Skirls, a largo vivrioly at redticod pri
ees nt Irvlns corner store. Curwensvillo 111, '(10..
Qlelln nnd other .Shawls in variety at tho cheap
O S'.oro of E. A. IRV1X,-
Cui wensville, May 10, 'GO.
oots and Khoos. A birirer stock and lowei -
Prices than ever, ot Irvins Cheanosl tornor.
Ctirweii.svillc, May 10, 'GO'
very largo stook of 8ring end Finn met
clothing of tho Intost stvlus for sale low bv
Cuiwensvillo, Vnylfl, 1800. E. A. 1RV1N.
Cooking Stoves of various slies nnd prices foi,
sale by K.A.1KV1N
Curwensville, May 10, '00..
Mackerel nnd Herring for sale nt the corwtj.
store of K. A, 1HV1U
Curwensvillo, May 10, '00.
T?lonr, Raoon, Beans
and Clover seed, at thai
B. A. IIIVIN
1 cheap corner ny
Cnrt nsvillo, Mny I(V, If (to.
AN excellent quality of Flour for sale low a,
tho store of W. F. IRWIN..
Clearlield, July 11th, 1360.
sides of rpaniih solo Icnther 'or salo Ion
for cash by . E.A. IRVI'V
Curwensvillo, May 10, 19C0.
IT'RUIT. Diled Apples, Pared and itnpnreuY..
. Peaches, Cherries, Prunes and Rnisinsa.
tho corner storo of li. A. 1RYIN.
Curwonsville, Mny 1, 1SS0.
pirstins Mill and cut .Siiws, Mann's axes and'
j a general assortment of lUrdware at the,
store of E. A. IRVIN.
Ciirweinvllle, May 1ft, 1 SCO. '
Ahiiril" ' RKANS tr saIo at' tlio iroa
- n.i T L nto. l
XV Store ot
MKRRILL k BIOLEIU
OA I, t)U,-
-And (ou. On. LAmtfor sal
C. KRATZlll fcoNS.
CUBA HOTEL, JAYNESVILLE, PA-
TI1K above Hold, ba-iiir recently been Clleil
up f-r a house ,f eiiUruiiiiDiont, is now opoit
for the a.iiniaodtlin of tho public. ,'raviflei
will find this a eouvenicflt house.
May l Hii, JOHN JO) DAK.
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