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Time of lloldlug Court
Beoond Monday of January,
Third Monday of March,
Third Monday of June,
Fourth Mooduy of Soptembor,
Id eaob year, and oontlono two weeks If
Tree't Judge.Ho-n. tiainuel Linn. Bellefoirte.
As'to Judges, Hon Wiul Moor, Clearfield.
Hon BonJBousall, Lutbersbarg
Sheriff, Fred'ktf. Miller Clearfield
frotbuotary,John L. Cuttle, "
Iteg. k Ree. James Wiiglcy, "
District Att'v .olert J. Wallace, "
Treasurer, 0. B. Goodlander,
'Co. Surveyor, U, B. Wright,
B. C, Thompson,
B. C. Bowman,
Isauo W. Graham,Cleartleld
J. B. Shaw,
George Richards, "
Mat of Post Offices.
Aasws of P. 0. JVWe of P. X.
G. W. Calwell
T. A. MUbee
J. W, CsinpboU
Boggs, Cloarfield Bridge,
" Jefferson Line,
Burnside, New Washington
1'. B. Miller
A. L. Scbuell
J. M, Cuuimings
C. V. Watson.
J F W Schnarr
Helen Post Office,
Elk couuty, Pa.
A. B. Shaw
Jaa. B. Grchu'W
J. A. Ueiarty
D. . Mukel
J. W. Thompa'n
W. W. Wright
A. U. Moore,
W. F. Johnson
JTliii Boat Office will do for Chest township
f V ill answer lor tergusun township.
I7HE8H ARRIVAL OF
J? NEW GOODS!
AT THE CIIEAf CASH STOKE.
I am just rocclving and opening a large and
-well selected assortment of
PALL AND WINTER GOODS
ot almost every description,
A beautiful assortment of Prints and Dress
goods, f the nowest and latost stylos. Also
reat variety of useful notions.
A large assortment, rcady-mado
Hals and Caipc,
Soots and Shoes, a large quantity,
Iruggs And Medioinee,
Jil and Faints,
Carpet k Oil Cloths,
Fish, Sacon and Flour,
f ttx test quality, all of which will be sold
he lowest cash or ready pay prices.
juy oiarienai ana me puDiie gone-rally, are
respectfully invited te call.
Clearfield, Oct. 81, I860. WM. F. IRWIN,
-N. B. All kinds of ffM.Vand approved
COUNTRY PmuVCE taken in exehangofor
"RUSSELL MgMURR AY
Respectfully dnvites the attention of his old cue
tomers, and others, to his stock of
FALL AND WIN'TER G0OD8,
Which be offers
VERY LOW FOR CASIIt
lie alea continues to deal In LUMBER, of .
kinds, in aay way to suit bis customer!.
The highest market prices will be paid for all
IsSTCALL AND SEEl-ia
Ner Washington, Not. 1, 1860. nov7-6m
'JMNWARE and copper
WARE -An extensive and rrell-Belected
COAL AND COOK STOVES
Stovepipe, Collar-, and Blacking,
KAJh.li OIL AND COAL OIL LAMPS,
Ileal Cutters and Sausage Stuflers, Corn
euouera, uoin Unoders, Cider Mills,
Oar-Kingi, Quoits, Tlows and
Harrows, a variety of
GLAES, OILS, PAINTS, D00R-L0CK8,
Hinges, 6crows,NaiU, od other article
used for building purposes, Ac.
Kept constantly on hand and for tale bv
B7i: V'?r,i,UTTnK ,!A lar I-""'
J i.'. UN BUTTER, for aalo at the
W. F. 1EWIN.
Aplendid assortment of Ladiea' Gontleinenas
and Cbildrena' Glorea and Hosiery t
lletD, WEAVER k C 0' 'S
tiauana examine the Patont air-tight Glass
and stone jars, they are just tho thing, you
aeed, lor sale at R, W. k CO's.
STRAV HLIt ER-Cama to the resideno
!;uD,iberin Ooshen tp., about the
middle of November last, a Heifer Red and
A DSUXISTRATOR'S NOTICPT . .
-M. r j-i.i.,i v... 1 mraioroi an ana singui
frantid th.urTdin ,h! " bi'; "? w
arnnnR nritnv i.. n : sion, jr., laie oi xicntow
UbUKUK DIL LOS, late of Beccaria tn., Clear- M...Md
I eld eounlv. deceaaad. .11 i-Lu'j . relc.wL . .
said estate ara renuV.i.H s. m.V. ".'""""f 10 e Plrt'' account or Branson Davia, Admin
- 'P- "e- . I860. dec2-6t ch.ttlea which were of Wm W.h.. !.- fi,..j.
n one spots, about ten months old. Tha owner 'Vr
lerequeeted to come forward, prove property, pay-
charges and take ber away or she will I, dianV'
fording to law. ROBERT LEOJfAj
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS 1
Tha hieh and envied celebrity which these
,ra.einlr nt medicines have acquired for their
invariuble efficacy in all the distaaei which Uiey
profess to cure, bas rendered the usual practice of
DuSine not only unnecessary, but unworthy ef
r . i e : . . .
tnem. mey are awuwu vy luoir ,ruuj uivir
good works test'fjr for tlmm, and they thrive not
br the faith of tlie erodulou.
i.t ALu CASES 01 AflUlina, wienie anu iuran
Rheumatism, Affections of the Bladder and Kid
neys. UUlious ievcr ana Liver complaints,
In the south and west, where these diseases pre
vail they will bo fuond invaluable, riantere,
Fartners,aidotuors, who once use these medicines
will never afterwords be without tuem.
Dvfpewtila. No person with tbia distressing
disease ahould delay using these .medicines im
mediately. Eruption of the akin, Erysipelas,
Flatulency, ever ana Ague. or uhs scourge
of tUt western country these medicines will be
Kund a aafo. suced v, and certain remedy. Other
medicines leave tuo system subject to a roiur" oi
tho disease a euro by these mediowes it per
manent. Try ibem, be satisfied, and b cured.
Mercural IMseases, Never fails to eradi
cate entirely all tbe cffctj of mercury Infinitely
sooner tbau tho tuoat powerful preparation of
Nirht sweat. Norvous DcVrtity, Xervous Com-
plaints of all kinds, Organic Affections, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Fuiuter s Cholic.
Files. The original proprietor of these medi
cines waa cured of Filce of Si yeara standing by
the use f these hito mediciitca alone, Worms of
all kinds, are effectually cured by these medicines.
Parents will do well to administer tbein wbeneror
their existence is surpected. Relief will be
THE LIVE PILLS Ann PIOCKIX BITTERS
Purify the blood, and thus remove all disease
fietn the system. A single trial will place the
Lire Pills and l'goasis Birrans beyond the
reach of competition In the estimation of every
aSrPrepared and sold by
DR. WM. B. MOFFAT,
J5 Brodway, cor. Worth St., New Tork.
Feb. 29th I860. lyr.
LOOK HKKEt LOOK HI'.RE!
THE undersigned aubscribera, take tbia meth
od of informing the publie generally, that
they have this day entered into copartnership in
THE BLACKSMITH BUSINESS,
and can be found at the shop formerly occupied
by J. Shunkwiler, on Third street, in this bo
rough, where they will bo pleased to see the r aid
customers, and as many aow ones aa can make
it convenient to give them a call.
Bring n your hops, your spade and picks,
Your log-cliains ana your pulling sticks,
Your sleds, your sleighs, your horse, your mare,
No throe-year old shall then go baro.
Your spears will work up then just right,
To proouing booka for every height.
Your awords too, ahull then be wrought.
To ploughshares aucb as C'ui'n ne'er bought.
am. w. orr.
Clearield, December 8, 1858. If.
!!! DEATH !!!
To every form and Specie of
"OQKTAfl'.S" Rat, Roach dc. Exterminator.
" COSTA R'JS" Bii Bug Exltrmimtor.
" COSTA R'S" Etcetrie lewder for Jnsectt.
iuu, r.oaenes, iiice, woies, uround-.iico,
Bed-bugs, Ants, Moths, Mosquitoei, Fleas,
Insects on Flao ts, Inserts on Animals, f-c.
in sliott every lorta and pcies of
10 years ctublished in New York City-
used by the City Tost OHice- the City Pris
on and fetation nouses the city Mourners,
Shins &o.. tho Citv Hotels. "Astor." "St.
Nicholas," Ac., and by more than 20,000
BBDrupgist8 and Retailer everywhere
BlKeholosale A cents in all largo Cities
.Regular Bizoa, 25c, iOc., LI Boxes
BQsJl! Beivake !! lof spurious imitations
Examine each Box, Bottle A Flask,
ana take nothing but "Uostar a
BJSlSI.OO Boxes sent by mail.
86ft.$3 A $5.00 by Express.
C5.Addreea orders or for Circulnr, to
HENRY K. COSTA R,
Principal Depot, 410 Broadway, If. Y.
Bflfc-SOLD BY LORAIN E A CO.
March 17th. Clearfield Ta.
Cabinet, Chair Making,
JOHN GL'LICII.of the borough of Clearfield,
Pa., will be prepared at all times to attend to
to any business in the above lino on short
notice, and In a workmanlike manner, llis place
of business is at the eld shop on the north aide of
Market atreot, 3d door east of Third at, nearly
opposite the old Jew store where bo will keep
constantly on hand a large assortment of Ma
hogony and Cane Bottom Chairs, and Cabinet
Ware of every description, which he will dispose
of on as reasonable terms aa the same articles
can be had elsewhere in the county.
Ilia stock of Cabinet Ware now on band, eon
sists in part of Dressing and Common Bureaus,
Sofas, Sewing and Washing Btands, Desks and
Book Cases, French and Field Post BedstesMs.
Dining, Breakfast, Centre, Card and Pier Ta
bles, Ac. Coffins manufactured aid delivered at
any place dosircd.
February 9, 1859 no. 4, Tol. Iv.J
fllUE anual meeting of the Clearfield county
X Agricultural .Society, will be held in the M.
E. Church in the Aorouch of Clearfield, on Wed
nesday evening, January IB, 1801. When the
election of officers will take place, and t usiness
of importance will be transacted. Let all come
wno feel an interestln the success of the Socie
ty. KLLIS IRWIN, I'rcsldont.
December 19, lfifiO.
1) fcC.lSTlilVS XOTICE.
Notice, is here
J.V by given that tbo following accounts
ben examined and passed by me, and remal
filed of record in this office for the inspection of
boirs, legatees, creditors.and all others ia any
other way interested, and will be presented to
the next Orphan's Court of Clearfield county, to
be held at the Court House, in the borough of
vicarnciu, commencing on ine zna Monday of
January, laoi, ior conurmauon ana allow
ance. The final account of John Macmanus, Admin-
ar the enods. chattels.
blch were if George John-
nsuip, Clearfield eoanty,
wnusuii .ioruviu loumy, uuceasea.
The Administration account of William A.
Bloom Administrator of the estate or John S.
Curry late of Pike tewnship Clearfield County,
The aflfloualof John Graham r.. and Jamaa
istrators of the goods and chat-
I John Graham Sr., late or Brad
hi County of Clearfield, decea
QREAT WORK ON THE HOHSis
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Br Robert Jihkikos, t. I.,
Pro fear or of Pathology and operative surgery la
lb Veterinary College of Philadelphia, etc. eto.
ill T ell Yon of the Origin, History and distine-
tive traits of tho various breeds of
European, Asiatic, African -and Amer
lead Horses, with the pbysionil forma-
tion and peculiarities of the animal,
, and bow to ascertain bis age by 'tuo
number aud condition of bis teeth ;
illuatratodwith numerous explanatory
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASE9
Will Tell Yon of Breeding, Breaking, Stabling,
Feeding, Grooming, Shoeing, and the
general management ef the horse,
with the best modes of administering i
medicine, also, how to treat Biting,
Kicking, Roaring, Sbying, Stumbling,
Crib Biting, Reetlessnesi, and other
vices to which be is aubject; with nu
merous explanatory engravings.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will Tell You of the causes, symptoms, and
Treatment of Stranglos, Sore Throat,
Distesaper, Catarrh, Iofluenta, Bron
chitis, Pnanmonia, Pleurisy, Broken
Wind, Chronic Cougb, Roaring and
Wbistli ng, Lauipas. 6ora Mouth and
Ulcers, and decayed Teeth, with other
diseases of the Mouth and Respirato
TUE HORSE AXD HIS DISEASE?
Will Tell Teu of the eausos, symptoms, and
Treatment of Worms, Bots, 'Colic,
Strangulation, Stony Concretions,
Ruptures, Palsy, Diarrhea, Jauudice,
Ileatirrhoea, Bloody Urine, Stones
in the Kidneys and Bladder, Infatua
tion, and other diseases of the Stom
ach, Bowels, Liver and Urinary Or
gans, THE 1I0RSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will Tell You of the causes, symptoms, and
Treatment of Bene, Blosd and Bog,
Spavin, Ping-Boae, Sweenio, Straina,
Broken Kneea, Wind Galls, Founder,
Kole Bruiaeand Gravel, Cracked Uouf,
Swatches, Canker, Thrush, and Corns,
also, of Megrims, Vertigo, Epilepsy,
Staggers, and other diseases of the
Feet, Legs, and Head.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will Tell You of the eaures, symptoms and
Treatment or Fistula, Pell E il, Ulan
dera, Farcy, uarlet Fever, Mange,
Surfeit, Lex-ked Jaw, Rheumatism,
Crama, Galls, Diseases or the Eye and
Heart, le., Ac and bow to niaiage
Castration, Bleeding. Trrphinning,
Roweling, Firing, Hernia, Amputa
tion, Tapping, and other surgical op
erations. THE 1IOK6K AND HIS DISEASES
Will Tell You of Rarey's Mothod of taming Hcr
ses ; bow to Approach, Halter, or Sta
ble a Colt ; how to acenstom a horse
lo strange sounds and sights, and how
to Bet, S&dale, Ride, and Break kiio
to Harness, also, the rorm and law
ef Warranty, The whole being the re
sult of more than fifteen years' eareful
study of the habita peiuliaritiea,
wants and weaknesses of this noble
and useful animal.
The Book contains iS4 pages, appropriately il
lustrated by nearly One Hundred engravings.
It is printed in a clear and open type, and will
be forwarded to any address, postage paid, on
receipt ef piiee, half bound, $1,00, or, in cloth
ItXM) A YKAR can be made by enterpri
sing men everywhere, in selling the above, and
other popular works of ours. Our inducomenti
to all tuoh are exceedingly liberal.
lor single copies of the Book, or for terms tu
agents, with other Information, apply to our ad
dress JOHN E. POTTER. Publisher.
No. 617 Sansom Street Philadelphia, Pa.
jseccuiDtr u, isvu. onao.
f1 HE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK.
In all U' branches. By Misa F.lua Actom
Carefully Revised by Mrs, S.J. Hals.
It Tells You how to choose all kinds of Meats,
Poultry, and Uame, with all the various
and meat approved modes or dressing
and eooktag Beef euid Pork; also the
best and simplest way of salting, sick
ling and curing tkeaame.
It Toils You all the various and most approved
modes of dresaing, cooking, and boning
Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Poultry, and
Game of all kinda, with the different
Dressings, Gravies, and stuffings appro
priate to each.
It Tells You how to choose, clean, aad preserve
Fish r all kinds, and how to sweeten It
when tainted ; also all the various and
moat approved modes of cooking, with
the different Dressings, Sauces, and
Flavoring appropriate to each,
It Tells Yeu all the various and most approved
nodes of preparing over fifty different
kinds of Meal, FUh, Fowl, Uame, and
Vejjotable Keeps, Broths, and Stews,
wun me netunes an 4 Seasonings an
proprlato to each.
It Tells Yo a all the various and meet approved
u vuvi vi vvvmug t toiioiii oi every
description, also how to propare Pick
les, Catsups and Carries of all kinds,
rouou .noais. titu, uame, Mush
It Tells You all ike various and most annror.d
modeaofpreparingaud cooking all kinds
or Plain and Fancy Pastry, Puddings,
Omelottea, Fritters, Cakes, Confection
ery, Preserves, Jellies, and Sweet Dish
es -I every description.
It Tells Yen all the various and most approved
modes of making Bread, Rusks, Muffins,
and Biscuit, tho best method of prepa
ring Coffee, Cboeolate, and Tea, and
how to make Syrups, Cordials, and
Wines of varieus kinds.
It Telle Yoa bow set out an ornamental Ta
ble, hew to Carve all kinds ef Fish,
Flash or Fowl, aad in short, how to so
simplify tho whole Art of Cooking as to
bring the choicest luxuries of tho table
within everybody's reach.
Tht book eontains 418 paces, and inwards of
twelve hundred Recipes, all of which are the ra.
suits or actual experience, having been fully and
carefully tested undor the personal superinten
dence of the writers. It la printed in a clear and
open type, is illustrated with appropriate engra
vings, and will be ft r warded to any address.1
neatly bound, and postage paid, on receipt of the
pri:, or in cmin, exira, $1,Z3.
$1000 A YKAR can bo mads by enterpri
sing mon everywhere in selling the above work
our inducements to all such being very liberal.
For sitgle copies of the Book, or for terms to
agents' with other information, apply to oar ad
dress JOHN E. POTTER, Publisher. I
No. 617 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
December 12, I860. 6mo.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters
of Administration having been granted to
the undersigned, this day, upon the estate of
JUfcEI'U LAULE, deceased, late or Lawrence
township, Clearfield.'county, all persons iudebted
vo aaia estate are requestoa 10 mass immediate
payment, and those baring claims against
me same will present tnem inly authenticated
cr settlement. JOHN M. ADAMS,
Florence braids, Enrlish strawsi
' cnoaer ana otner stylos trimmed and on-
trimmed, will be found ia variety at lha corner J
toro of E. A. IRVIN.
Curwcnsyilla, Hay 16, '60.
looking 8tovei ef various sites aad prices for
E. A. IRVIN
Curnenayille, Xay 16,
rpilU CLEABVIELD AlAUKMl, will
X be opened for the reception of puplla,
(males and females) on Monday, Aug. 26th, I860,
Jcrms por session oi eiovon vreoaa
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Primary
Arlthmotlo and Geography. $1.50
llivhnr Arithmetic. Enali
ranliv and History. $3.00
Algebra, Geometry, Natural Pblloaophy
and Hook Keeping
ratio and Urcc languages. eo
students dceiroue of acquiring a thorough 1
sli Education, and who wish to qualify
th.t...lv furtoachors. this Institution offers.
m rtsieaavaa . . . ,.
No pupil received for less tnan nan a aoaaioo,
and no deduction mada except or protraotcd
Tuition to bo paid at the close ef the term.
C. H. 8ANDFOKD, PaiKtifAL.
May J3, 18G0.- Ij
A. M. HILLS
:VgW? Proper attention to
mo leem m prupur
t3 tima will bo of irreat
benefit to everyone
in point of health,
comfort, and convenience.
DR. HIL1.M can always be found at bts of
fice, on the corner of Front and Main streets,
when no notice to tae contrary appears in mis
AlV operations in tho lino of his profession,
performed in tke latest and most improved
styles, and guaranteed for one jear agaiust all
S ThTkIXO TIMES IN PUILADEL
IPIA! TVrmeHrfou Excitemtnt among tk
Jfut.!!.' EXCITING FOOT RACE between
the Pbiladolphia Polite and tho notorious For
ger and counterfeiter, Ja nea Buchanan Cross !!1
Cross Kecapturcd ! !! ! it seems to no tne gener
al opinion iu Clearfield, that if Cross bad worn a
pair of Frank Short's French-calf Boots, that he
would not bo taken yet. However, Shorty is
not much put out at missing his custom ; but
would announce to all Urtckinridye, Duuytat,
Lincoln and Hell men, and women and children
in Clearfield, and Sinnemahoning in particular,
that he is prepared to furnish them with Boots,
Shoes and Guiters of any style or pattorn, stitch
ed, sewed or pegged, (aud as ho is a short fel
low) on short notice.
All kinds of oouatry wreduco taken in ex
change, and each not ri fused. Repairing done
in the neatest manner and charges moderate, at
the Short Shoe Shop on Socond Street, opposite
Reed, Weaver k Co's store. FRANK SHORT.
N. B, Findings for snlo. Fept. 26, 1800.
jimks r. Lio.xano.
s. A. riSKRT
A. C. riHMtV
wa. A, m li j.lci.
36anMntr anb Collection flEct
LE0NAEJ), FINNEY &Co.
C L E A It F I L D,
CLEARFIELD COUNTY, rA.
JB1I.LS OL BXCBAXOE, MOTES AND DRAFTS WlBCOtHTED
n POSITS RKCEIVKI),
CollcttioMmadc and proceeds promptly remitted
I jckang-c ou the Cities couKtaiitly
rarOffice on Sccvad St., nearly opposite the
AV exco llcnt quality of Flour for . sale low
theatore or W. F IRWIN.
Clvarfiol d, July lllh, 1(60.
M-.W ena horse SLEIGH ror sale by
kcc. , jbou. .until, n J.AYb.11 A- to,
ar and'' illow waro
R.W A CO's,
TYRONE CITY HOTEL
Col. A. 1 OWENS, TnorniKTOR,
Respectfully announces to the travelling public,
that he baa now taki n charge of this largo and
well known house, and will conduct it in such a
manner as will render excellont comfort and full
satisfaction to all who may favor him with
M CONSUMPTIVES! The advertiser.
baviae been reatered to health in a few
weeks by a very simple remedy, aftor having suf.
lorod Tor several years wilb a sovero lung affeo
tion, and that drcd disease Consumption anx
ious to make known to hit fellow-sufferers the
means of cure.
To all who dosiro It, ho will sond a copy of the
proscription used, (free of charge.) with the di
ections for preparing and using the same, which
thoy will find a sure cure for Consumption,
Asthma, Brcncliftis, A. Tho only object of tho
advertisor In sending tbo prescription is to bene
fit the afilicted, and spread Information which he
concciros to be invaluublc, and ho hopes every
sufferer wilt try bis remedy as it will cost them
nothing, aad may proven blessing.
Porsons wishing tho prescription will please
address Roy. EDWARD A. WILSON,
nov7-ly Williamsburgb, Kings Co., N. Y.
The undersigned, late publishor of the "Clear
field Rcpublionn" takes this moihod oi calling
upon tliore who are indebted to h'un, or to Lari
mer if Ward for subscription, advertising or Job
work Incurred duriug tho throe years commen
cing July 1847 and ending July 1860, to call im
mediately at my offico in the borongh of Clear
fiold, and make settlement of the same, as these
act cunts nwi o cloned up. J. H. LARK1MER.
Clearfiold, December 12, I860, tf.
0irvA m. Church.
The nndersigned, a Commissioner appointed
by the Court of Uomtnon Pleas of Clearfield coun
ty, to take testimony Iu the MLutlioran Church
Case in Brady township, gives notice to all per
sons concerned therein, that ho will meet thorn
ai r.sq. uoodianaer a omce in Lutnersburg, on
Friday the 4th day of January, 1860 at 8 o'clock
A.M. ISRAEL TEST, Commissioner,
December 11, 1860.
GREAT ATTRACTIONS! AND GREAT IN
Are offered to the publio for a few days only at
Clearfield, commencing on the 24th day of De
We the undersigned, will dispose of a large lot
of DRY UOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, VARIE
TIES A NOTIONS, suitable for Holliday Prea-
onis, at Cost Price, on account of the failure of a
large Mercantile house in the East. Our stork
consists of a varioty or goods too numerous to men
tion, the publio are requested to call and exam
ine our stock. We will guarantee all goods pur
chased of us to giro entire satisfaction. In ad
dition to the inducements offered to purehasera,
JMrEach pers'in purchasing Three Dollars worth
of Ooods, will be ontitled to a GIFT, worth from
25 cents to t i.'S-S
Bl'SSMAN A REED. ,
Dee. 20. I860. t.f. J
IRUIT. Dried Apples, Fared and unpared
; Peaches, Cherries, Prunes and Raisins a
the corner store of E. A. IBV1N.
For the ipoedy and effectual
nations, lih uo(tm, nrj)
plaint and all Arnle and CAroi
1 auiia and cuuareu, Ben
Uuadreds of testimonials Box 2070 Phi la. P 0
grAjrenev S. W. Cor. Third t Arch Sts.
Oct 24, I860 10U
Sks'.t.tl alrtt. age variety at reduced pri
st;!. ;Uu;o is?: tore. Curw esvilla 19, '60,
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ues 01 mo siuu nrvu -.v
Aa tha natonted tiroocsa of the Company ena.
Mm tha ronroduo tion of nholocrnphs, nut only
on plain surfaces, but upon such as aro round or
,.rnv dnirree of irreirularitv. Dortraita can bo re
produced with faultless accuracy and delicacy of
delineation, upon roroeiain warsaui j uuti lo
tion and dimension used as articles of luxury or
ofhousnhold utility, suoh as Urns, Vases, Break
fast Cups, Toilet Articles, Ac; thereby securing
faithful portraits and furnishing a unique and
exquisite style of ornamentation of articles in
In order to furnish facilities for the gratifica
tion of the popular taste, and to meet tho wants
of those natrons of tho 4no arts desirous ef
bavins portraits ou Porcelain, tha Company have
imported from Europe a colljctionof suporior
aorceluin goods, aaanufactured to their own order,
w-tiich thov will sell at cost prices.
As the Aaioricn Company are owners of the
patent right, and consequently (he only persons
authorised to uso the process, they have deter
mined, in order to afford people iu every seotiun
of the Union an ostpertunity to posaess portraits
on China, to make the following proposition to
residents in the oountry, who are unable to visit
personally the Atelier and Uallenos in Sew
Persons sending a photograph, ambrotype, or
daguerreotype to tkeofiooof the Company in
Kew York, accompauied by $5, will rocoive ia
return by exprea, free ef cbargo, a richly ema
uientcd BreakfustCup and Saucer, with the por
trait transferred tliereen
By transmitting a daguerreotype and $10, they
will reccivo in liko manner a handsome French
Vase cr Toilet Article, with tbo portrait repro
duced by the patented process.
By sending a pair ef duguerreotypos and $15,
thoy will receive in retcrn a pair of rich Sovres
Vases, with tho portraits exocuted equal to min
iature paintings; and, in like manner, portraits
can bo reproduced ou porcelain wares or Vases
of every quality or finish, ranging in jrice from
$20 to $100 the pair.
N. B. Bo particular in writing the address,
town, county, aud State distinctly.
All letters to be addressed to " Manager, Amer
ican Photogrspbie Porcelain Co., 781 Broadway,
Now York. novf-3m
MAHRIAGl; C;U1DI-Being a private
instructor for married persons or those
about to be married, both malo and female, in
eirery thing concerning the physiology and relu-
tiqnsof our sexual systom, and the production or
prevention of offspring, including all the new
discoveries never before given in the English
lunguago, by WM. YOUNG, ii. D. This is really
a valuable and interesting work. It is written
in plain language for tho general reador, and i,
illustrated Uh tinierons engravings. All young
married people, or those contemplating marriage,
and having tho least impediment to married life,
should read this book. It discloses secrets that
everyone should be acquainted with; still it is a
book that must be lucked up, and not lie about (
the house. It will be sent to any one on receipt
of twenty- five cents, in specie or postage stamps,
Address i)r. Si. tuisu, Ko, 410 Spruce st,
above Fourth, Philadelphia, Pa.
ftJ- AjjutttA and t'nortMnr No matter
what may bo your discaso, before you place your
self undor tha cure or any one or tho noterioiu
Quacks, native or foreign, who advertise in this
or nny other papor, get a copy of either of Dr.
Young's books, and read it carefully. It will bo
the uicans ef saving you many a dollar, your
health, nd possibly your life.
Dr. YOU N (a can be couiultol on any of the
diseases doscribed ia bis publications, at his
office, No. ifi Spruce st, above Fourth. n7-ly
LIST OF J L KORS, for January Term, 1S61,
commencing on 2d Monday, the 14th day.
rasd j c no ns.
Bell David Bell.
Bradford Em. Graham, I. S. Ehirey, I. Bur
ger. Brady G. M. Thompson.
Burnside Jhn Mclioo.
Chest Robort kCuily, John McCord.
ClearCeld borough ,ohn Guolieh.
tlovington Lawronce Flood, John Fontonoy.
Huston Philip Hovener, Samuol Conway.
Karthaus Jumea Wiggins,
Knox Robert Patterson.
Lawrence Henry Guelich,W. W. Irwin.
Morris Edward Perks, Robort Daugberty.
Pcnn Thos. Wain, Aud. Moore, Jos. Nichol
son. Woodward Christian Shoff.
Union Levi Dressier.
Beccaria I. Rickctts, Jesso Wilson, John
Bell Robert MehafTev.
Boggs D. Adamr, Jr., Thos. Beers, Geo.
Bradford Samuel A. Caldwell.
Brady Alexander Shea, T. J. Boyor, Jeremi
ah Kriner, C. Luts, Jacob Shaffer, Jesse Lines
Burnside Ebea Mc.Mastcrs, Horace Patchin
Aaron Patchin, Benjamin Yingliug.
Chest Samuol McEwen.
Clearfield James L. Morgan, Wm. Rads
bach. Curwensvillo Jacob Cole.
Dscatur John Livingstin.
Girard Zenas Leonard, Abraham Humphrey.
Goshen John F. Rote,
Graham B. F. Akoly, Ab. Hoover, Isaac by-
Uuelich Conrad Ginter.
Jordan James Patterson, James O. Williams.
Karthaus Henry Hunter.
Lawrence James Forest, James Lytic, James
Irwin, Sr., Martin Kline, Wilson Hoover, Rob
ert Wriglcy, William J. Hemphill, Moses Ful
ton. Morris Jonathan Euiigh, Joseph Denning,
Pike Henry Hile, R. R. Carry, Moses Wise.
Union Johu Brubaker.
radies drffs goo Is, of patterns and textures to
J please all, will be found at the corner store
Carwinavilie, May 10, 1860. K. A. IRVIN.
Stella and other Shawls in variety at the cheat
Store of E. A. IRVIN;
Curwensvillo, May 16, 'GO.
Ladies' Bonnets and Hats, trimmed and un
trimmed, of the Latest Styles at
It. W. f CO's,
A Large and splendid stock of Dress trim
mings, Belts, Head D.-esses, Notts, Plumes
. t R. W. C- CO's,
A Large stock ef Men A Boy's
R. W. k CO's
Boots k shoos of every kind for Ladiea, Gen
tlemen, and Children at R. W. CO's,
TTardwaie of every kind,
knives and fork
Nails. Cow Be
spoons, Locks, Files,
otdand Hand saws and Mill saws at "
R. W. k CO's
flOALl C'OALlt The subscriber desires to
I inform the nubllo. that ha kauris inna(nnilv
on band, at his bank near Clearfield, a large
anantity oi in lK lua L, which he will deliver
y eilisens very cheap. Lump Coal at the Bank,
I cents per bushel, and 3 for fine.
1 nov21-tf JONATHAN NICnOL.
VVIiv cf rnrt vnnll thf rlav XrWn
IV J " - - W - J MBA JtlAJ 1U1U
NY LADY or Gentlemen in tha United
States, possessing from $3 to $7, can enter
into an easy and respectable business, by which
from ti to $10 per day ean be realised, For
particulars, address (with stamp) '
VTA ACTON k CO.,
Oct 21, 1860 3m. Kerlh 8th street, Paila.
THE FIRST ARKIVAI
FALL .V WIN ERCOfW
- ' - W Sf v
AT THE OLD S JJf
sa tinn mn TTT1T n
HMD, mnuix &
On Market Street 2 doors nonk
tho Court House, where they arf
it., t i
jusi opening a uiiuauauv lajv
and well selected fiock oi goorV
suited to the wants of the comma!
nity for the Full and Winter traij
which they offer in large andBrnjl
quantities on the most reasonable
terms CALL AND EXAMINE FQl
yourselves Their assortment I
rvn arC .t MrXirMila
ts very large and complete: embracing ala
every article both of fashion and service. I
pecinl attention baa been paid to theselsctiois;
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, which are of
variety and the very latest styles.
Silks, Dolaines, Plaids, Merinos, Poplins,
Alpaccas, Cashmeres, French, Scotch
and Domestie Uingbams, Prints,
Llnseys, Cambrics, Brilliants,
Fig. and plain Bobinetts,
Irish Linen Cloths Ac.
, Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Satinet's, JmJ
Tweeds. Corduroys, Hickory Stripe, TickiiJ
, Crash, Diaper, Bleached and unbloachsd aj
, lina A drills, Red, Grey, White and Canton iQ
. nols. Also a litrg' stock or Ladies' and 6ntlJ
I mens' Shawls, Double and biogle, btsilas l
, Chenilles, Black and Drab Cloth capss of til
,very latoat fashion,
RY, AND 8ILVEK WAR!'.
WE would rospeotfully inform our friu
patrons and the publie gw.rally, i at J
bave now in store and offer Wholesale a oi U
tail at the lowest Cash Prices, a large aad ti l
choice stock Watch, Jewelry, Silver aad I'iiJ
Wan of every variety and atyle.
Every desmption of Diamond Work auiotij
er Jewelry, made to order at short notice.
JMT-All goods warrunied to tie aa rtprenust.
Particular attention given to the repnirlnr, J
Watches and Jewelry of evory aesenption.
8TAUFFER A HARLET.
No. 622 MARKET street, (south elds,) l':,
Sept. 19th, I860. 6 mo.
TUB a'bore Hotel, having recently btn Itt
up tor a Douse et enteruinineni, is now op,
for the accommodation of the pabKc. TruTt'.i
Till find this a convenient novae.
May l ISSS, JOUS J01 DAN.
Thlrty-Xinth and Markot Street, Fbll
Prof. Ii D fc COItTLAXD SAL'DEKJ
Hon. WM. BIGLER, Clearfield ; Wm. Mfk:
BIN, Esq. of the Merchants' Hotel, I'b
Hon. J. W. FORNEY, op'! lie Press;' Iui.a
WESTBROOK, or the S. S. Union Hon. l.A
MAYNARD, Willinmsporti J. LEISENRIN
Esq., Pres't or the Lehigh Coal Nov Co.,i
irbn. ASA PACKER. Mauch Chunk; alt
whom have tone boarding in Savnderi' rnriu
will give their friends who may be looking
asafe, thorough and pleasant School, any m.c
nation desirod respecting this Seminary.
eA Grove and Lawn of KICUT ACRP
attached to the Institute, for lecluiioa, n
ation and physical exercise. lu
WATCH & JiWILM
rriHE undersicned rerptctfu
I Informs his customers sad t:
public generally, that he lias J
received from the East, and o; :
ed t his establishment in UK All Ail 8 B0
Clearfield, Pa., a fine assortment or Cioci
Watuues, and Jswklut of different qvslilii
trom a tingle piece to a full sett, which be t
soil at the most reasonable prices for caiL, er
exchange for old gold and silver,
CLOCKS of every variety on band, at the c
ALL kinds of Clocks, Watches and Jewilr
carefully repaired and n arranted.
A continuance of patronage is solicited,
Sept. 19, I860. H. F.NACOLK
To Persons out of Employmen,
In every County of the United States
fW0 engage in the sale of some of the best an
JL most elogantly illustrated Works published
Our publications are of the most interestic
character, adapted to the wants of the Farmi
Mechanic and Merchant; they are fublithtd
the best style and bound in the most subsist
tial manner, and aro worthy a place ia the L
brary of every Household in the Land.
&Q.To men or enterprise aud industrious hat
its, this business offers an opportunity for prolv
aoio employment seldom to be met with.
Ul'ersons desiring to act as agents will rt
ceive promptly by mail full particulars, tiroi
f e., by addressing LEARY. GETZ k to., Pet
Ho. 224 North street, Philadelphia.
uoi zs, 1800 ly.
NE AV HOTEL.
The undersigned respectfully bees leavs
announce that he recently rented a bouse la ti
oorouga or Lumber city, Clearfield county, r
ior me accommodation of the travelling poo
watermen and all others who may favor t
with a call.
His table will always be supplied with as goo-
as me niaraets aflord: and no rains will
spared to render hia guests comfortable wb
nnaer his roof. To which the faets that ae u
toxioatmg liquors of any kind will ba kent abec
tha premises, will he trusts, contribute la
small degree. While, what is always Itnporuo
10 me traveller, the best attention will be firs
oy careiul hostler to that faithful compaDiua
bis journey, his patient steed.
July 4, 1800. ly. JAMES CR0SSIT.
CLEARFIELD STONE WIRE POTTEKr-
Thankful for past favors and solieitloui of f
ture patronage. I would respectfully annouif
that l bave on band again, and wi!l eoDitsni'!
keep at the Pottery in this borough, on the ow
ner a short distance east or the Methodist Cburcfc
a large stock of Crookery, such as Cream otoht,
milk pans, Churns, Jugs, Jars, Stove pipe cam;
o-e. art. ( ana also an extenaiva assortment
different sizes and watbsrna of brackets at
rosettes for oornice on houses, and other mtol-j
Any mouldings not on band will be made t
Older on short notice. Alsa Bra brlok made
2&tA liberal reduotion ea prices mvde Vs!
wnoiesaio dealers. jr. LtUIZLauar..
Clearfield, may 23, 1170. ly.
Carpets, Drugget, earpet cbala, Bags Si
Bagging, Curled nalr Ae., at
R. W. at CO'
large lot of BEAN for sale at the ot
Store of MERRILL k BIQLFA- 1
ig for sa
rl low at the store of
Oearfla , July 11th 1SS0.