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Tit th Inn I f"' """" l ihe following rates i
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r . i..,i, .lern.llv roll- tinrc (II lln.) f 10
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Where the w.y weary trailer renehc. ,1" Three . .nares, (12 lincO I K
On f nmr, ! : : li .
Two res, : : : i i 4 00
Three squares, i ! : : S 00
Finir f'"nri', ! : : : (I 00
Half a column, : ! : : 8 00
On column, t : : : 14 00
0r three weeks w.i livs thnn throe moatlis 2i
eenls tier sauara for each insertion
Business notices not exceeding Slines ere In
serted for $2 a venr.
Advertisements not marked wits the number or
utitnina of life
'Our gate mnnnt mar lo that hentitifiil laud,
Dul onr visions have told of it Mi".
And our eeuls by the gale from it. gardens are
When we faint in tlio deserts of this.
nd we sometimes have longed for hjly reposo.
When our spirits were worn with temptations
And we've drunk from the tido of the river that
From the evergreen u ouiitiiim of life
Oh. the star never treads the blue heavens t night
But we think where tlio ransomed have trod,
And tb day never jmiIo from iU places Wlight
But we Co"l Uie bright i mi lea of ourCiod.
We Are traveling bemeward, through changeiand
To a kingdom where pleasure, unchanngly
An4 our guide is the glory that alin.es through the
From the Evergreen Mountain! of Life,
TOR i THE BEAUTUUL.
f I 00
12 mi o
Lay her to rest ;
Dace the turf lightly
On her young breast ;
II end o'er the bed,
When ye hare pillowed
Thua early her bead.
riant a young willow
Close by 9 grave
Let ite young branches
Soothingly wavo ;
Twino a sweet rose tree
Ovor her tomb ;
Sprinkle fresh buds thoro
Beauty and bloom.
Lay the nod lightly
Over hor breast ;
Calm be her slumbers,
She was but given,
A fiiir bud 'on earth,
To blossom in Heaven.
tQy A colored firm in Newark, New
Jersey, having Buffered some pecuniary
mWrassments,'rercntly closed businei9,
and tho senior member gave to the pub
lic the following " notis :" " Do clibolu
lion of coparsnipi beretofo resisting trvixt
rue and Mose Jones in de barber profesion,
am herctofo resolved. Tusjods wbo ose
must pay in the scriber. Dein hl do
tirm ose must call on Jones, as do furm
Fsci.isn at Last J A Yorkshiremsn
having occasion to visit France, was
dumbfounded to find, on reaching Calais,
that men, women, and children, all spoke
French. In the height of tho perplexi
ty which this occasioned bo retroatcd to
bed, and was awakened in the morning by
the tosk crowing; whereupon he burst
into a wild exclamation of astonishment
and delight, and exclaimed, " Thank
goodness, there's English at last ! "
Insertions desired, will lo continued until forbid,
and charged according to there terms.
JOB PRINTIN G.
An extensive stock of Jobbing materia
enables the rublicher of the "JU'vMican'
to announce to the public that ho is prcpa
red to do all kinds ot
Posters, Pah pii lets, Fihkirammes,
Blank?, Pater Hook?, CiRcri.sns,
Labels. Ball Tickets, IIanduii.i.s,
and every kirxl of printing usually done
in n country job ofhee.
All orders will be executed with neat
ne and despatch.
O. I!. GOODLANlER f CO.
JJIISIN ESS CA K I)S.
T. J. M'ccLLoron. wv. m. h'ci lloigii.
M'Ci;li.oi;c:ii a mtoTiimt,
Attorneys at Law.
Office on Market street, opposite Mossop's Ktore,
Cleurfield, I'.i. Will attend promptly to Collec
tion!', Sale ef Lands, Ac. nov7-14
1) W. HAYS, Justice of the Tonco, will attend
. prociptly to collections nnd other umttor
eft In b if charge. Address Kersey, Elk co,, IV.
Oct. 3d 1800. ly.
DA N I EL G 0 i)L A N 1V. II,
JLTK E of tlie peace
lAitherAurg, Clearfield Co, Ta.,
will attend promptly to ell business entrusted
to his cure. Jlnrih 23, 1S0O. ly. pd.
KLLIS IRWIN & S(3NS,
AT the mouth of Lick Hun, five miles frem
ClcnrOeld, M KUC'IIAXTS, and extensive
Manufacturers of Lumber,
July 2:t, 1852.
j nrti 10.M rsoN ,
Blarksmltll, Wagons, Bufjics, Ac, ie., ironed
on short notk, ad tlie very best style, at his
ld stand in the borough of Curwcnsville.
Dec. 2'J, 1853.
M. WOODS, having chnned his loca
poctfully ofTors hie prfessinal sorvices to the
eititens of the latter place and vicinity.
Kesidcnce on second stroct, opposite ti it of
, Crans, Esq. my 1 J156.
Physician and Surgeon,
Clearfield Pi., May 30, I860.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, will attend promptly
and faithfully to all legal businoss entrusted to
his care, in the soverul Courts of Clearfield and
Oft'ue, the one formerly occupied by G. It.
Oct. 26th, TS59 1y.
What is a Snob ? A snob may be
known by several characteristics. Ho is
polito to Lis superiors; arrogant with
those of lower station ; frowns on the rich;
snubs the poor, and pretends not to know
hi& own mother, when he chances to meet
the old lady in unfashionablo clothes.
lie has plenty of brass and few brains ;
and is always uneasy from a suspicion
that his intrinsic vulgarity may fail to be
hidden by his outward gentility.
A PiRrid Man. The man deserving the
name is one whose thoughts and exer
tions are for others, rather than for him
self; whoso.high "purpose is adopted on
just .principles, and never abandoned
while heaven or earth affords means of ac
complishing it. lie is one who will nei
ther seek an indirect advantage by a spe
eious word, nor take an evil path to se
cure a'roal good purpose. Such a man
were one for whom a woman's heart
should beat constantly while he breathes
and break when he dies.
JSTEvery one knows tho height of
Virtue to which he may attain; but no
man can anticipate tho depth of deprav
ity to which he may descend.
ItaTlf the league of friendship is onco
broken, the cabinet of secrets is unlocked,
and they fly wildly about like uncagod
toy-Garibaldi's income as a farmer is
about $300 a year not enough to find an
American in rum and tobacco.
who not auronieu ni a jest. Jf one
throw Bait at thee, thou wilt receive no
harm, unless thou hast soro places.
I-A young lady is chargod with put
ting on airs because she lefused to go to a
iau barefooted in Indiana.
lft.The grave is indeed hallowed when
the grass of the churchyard can cover all
memory gave that of love.
JGod often lets us stumble, to jiut
us on our guard against a fall.
IfiTWhen you cannot see both ends, the
miacue 11 uncertain.
ISs-IIe who countenances obscenity by
tnugu ii nimsen Obscene,
DR. G. W. STEWART
Physician and Surgeon, offers his profes
sional sorvices to tlio citizens of Xew Wash
ington and surrounding community. Office three
doors wen of the Washington House,
J.ew Washington, Pa., Oct. 14, 1859.
Civil Exui.veer & Laxd Sirvevor, offers
his professional services to tho citizens of Clear
All business ontrusted to him will be promptly
and faithfully executed.
Office with Leonard, Finney i- Co.
Justice of the peace
Luthcrsburg, Clearfield Co, Ta., will
attend promptly to all business entrusted to his
care, lie also informs the public that ho keeps
constantly on hand at his shop, a general as
sortment of Saddle., Bridles, Harness and
whips, which he will sell on reasonable tro ins.
April 4, I8C0.
A M. PMITlf offer J hit professional services
t. to tho l.adicsand (cntlcmeu of Clear
field and vicinity. All operations performed
with neatness nna despatch. Being familiar
with all the late iinprovments, be is prepared to
make A it ItU-la I Teeth in the best manner.
Office in Shaw's new row.
Sept. 14th, 1858. lyi.
W. ! IRWIN.
A N excellent quality of Flour for
the store or
Clear Del d, Jury 11th, IS CO.
JAS. It. I.AtlRIMF.n.
JAHItm i:i A TF.ST, Attorneys at Law
J Clearfield, Pa., will attend promptly to Col
tAiohs, Lahd Agencies, Ac, Ac., in Clearfield
venire lyiu m couuues. July oU. y
OBERT J. WALLACE, Attorhkt at Law,
a v nearneici, i a., vwc in bUaw s llow, on.
doc. I, lSi8. If.
MOORE & ETZWiLEll,
Wnoiesaic ana iietait Mcrcliants. Also
extensive dealers in timber, sawed lumd
oer ana sningies. Also, dealers in fiour an
grain, which will be told cheap for cash,
JUSTICE of the peace
Rock ton, Union tp., will attend
promptly to all business entrusted to his care.
Fcpt., 12, ISfUl. ly.
A very largo stock of Spring end Summer
clotning or I lie latest styles Tor sale low by
t'uiwensville. Hay in, 18G0. E. A. IRVIN.
illiidanic Schwoiid s
Infallible Vegetable Powders
For the rpoedy and effectual Curt of nil InKnm.
mnHont, Ith umntitm, Diiprpnia, and l.ivtr' Com.
)la!nt and all Arnte and Chmnir r a .
diilts and Children. Send 3 eent Ftamp to
": u. ji. JUSKS,
Hundreds offcstimonials Box 2070 Thila. P 0
Mf-Ayrney S. W. Cor. Third t- Arch Sts.
Oct 24, I860 lOt.
looking Stoves of various siiot and prices for
'"""J . is. A. IRVIN
Curwensvillg, May 16, '00.
Ladies' BonneU and Hats, trimmed and un
trimmed, of tho Latest Styles at
K. W. t CO's,
A Large stock of Mea A Boy's clothing, just
reeeived at R. w. A CO's
1 1mp M llolillnit I iHlt.
fx-'Mt "f,'v f nmih,
Ih f l M m liy . f Mir h,
1 hil l X "ti In v " f l'i.
1 our th ,V n liy r ptnnbiT,
In es'kjesr, and r-niituie w tt If lie
riMii j .
. C'tmiity OlMrri.,
Prei't Jiiilse.ll..n. f- itnii. l I. Inn. n. IT. f"M.
Ai le ii'lgis.Hi-n Wm I, M.i..t, cirnrflrM.
linn IU n) I'.'.nmll, Liillirrsbarg
Flier. ff, 1 red k 4. Miller t'lenrliel l
l'riiliii'itary,.lohn L. Cuttln,
Jleg. A lice. James Wilflev, -I
i t r i I Ally .c.I.erl J. alUr e, "
Treasturr, U. II. tlnmlliinjer, "
Co. Surveyor, 14. II, Wright, Men Hope
IVnimtsi'n'ri.Wm. M'Crackvn, Lumber t'iiy
Win. Merrell, Clearfield
H. (', Thompson, Mnrris'lnlo
Auditors, 11. C, llnwman, Philipshurg
Isaac W. (Irahum, Clearfield
J. II. Shaw,
Coroner, Ueorge Richards, "
Li.it of Int 1 XDct'N.
TovmUjh. .Viiiis of P. O,
Beccaria, r.len Hope,
New Washington J
.Vmswj tr. M.
O. W. Cslwell
T. A. M'tihee
J. W. Csinljuil
P. II. Miller
A. L. S. hnell
J. M, Cunimings
C. 1). Watson.
J F W iichnarr
Helen Post Oite, Klk county, Pa,
Lecounte H .Mills, L. Mignot
A. B. Shaw
Jas. B. Graham
J. A. Hot nrty
I. E. Mukel
J, W. Thomps'n
W. W. Wright
A. C. Moore,
W. F. Johnson
a This Post Office will do for Chest t-jwnthip
I Will nr.swer lor Fcrgueon tcirinLip.
VVWWY THE IJLOOD.
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS
The high and envied celebrity which llie.e
pre-emirent medicines have acquired for their
invariable efficacy in all the diseascj which thev
profess to cure, has rendered the usual practice of
puffing not only unnecessary, tint unworthy of
tliem. They ore known by their fruits; their
goed works test'fy for them, aud they thrive not
by the faith of the credulout.
Ix am, cases of Asthma, vlcute and Chronic
Rheumatism, Affections of the Bladder and Kid
ueys. JJillious r ever and Liver Complaints.
In the south and west, whero theso diseases pre
vail they will be found invaluable. Planters,
Farmers, and otliors, who once use theso medicines
will never afterwords be without them.
DyKlirnsln. No person with this distresses
disease should delay using theso medicines Im
mediately. Eruptions o( tho skin, Krysipelas,
Untuloncy, Fever nnd Airue. For this scource
of the western country these medicines will be
jound a safo, speedy, and certain remedy. Other
medicines leave the system subject to a returrer
the disease a ture ly these medicines is ofn
manent. Try them, be satisfied, and be cu i.A"
Merrill nl Diseases, Never fails to erad n
sate entirely all the effecte of mercury infiniteli-
sooner than the most powerful preparation of
Night sweats, Nervous Debility, Nervous Com
plaints of all kinds, Organic Affections, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Puintcr'e Cholie.
riles. Tho original proprietor of these medi
cines was cured of Piles of Hi years standing by
tho use of these Life medicines alone, Worms of
all kinds, are effectually cured by these medicines.
Parents will do well to administer them whenever
their eiistenco is suspected. Reliof will be
THE UrK TILLS AND fHOEMX BITTERS
Purify the blood, and thus remove all disease
from tho system. A single trial will pluee the
I.iFB ri 1.1,1 nnd Piiokxix Bittkhs beyond the
reach of competition in th estimation of every
fiTPrepared and sold by
DR. WM. B. MOFFAT,
3.35 Bredwny, cor. Worth St., Now York.
Fob. 29th 18li0.-i-lyr.
LOOK HICK lit I,OOK IIKHE!
THE undorsigned subscribers, tnkc this meth
od of infnrininir thm mil,)! i,.inni...ll !.
they have this day entered into copartnership in
TUB BLACKSMITH BUSINESS,
and can be found at the shoo formerlv ornnnlml
byj. Shunkwiler, on Third street, in this ho-
rouell. where thev will l.n nlnannil In th r nl,l
customers, and as many new ones as can make
it convenient to give them a call.
Bring on your hoes, your spades and picks,
Vour log-chains and your pulling sticks,
Your slods, your sleighs, your horse, your mare,
No three-yoar old shall then go bare.
Your spears will work up then just right,
To prooning hooks for every height,
Your swords too, shall then bo wrought.
To ploughshares such as Coin ne'er bought.
3E0. W. ORIl.
Clearfield, December 8, 1858. tf.
I7RESH ARRIVAL OF
AT THE CHEAT CASH STORE.
I am just receiving and oponine a 1are and
well seloctcd assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
ol almost every description,
A benutiful assortment of rrini, t....
goods, of tho newest and latost stylos. Also a
gront variety of useful notions.
A large assortment, ready-mado
C LO THING,
liata and Cnps,
Boots and Shoes, a largo quantity,
Druggs and Modicinos,
Oil and Paints,
Carpel A Oil Cloths,
Fish, Bacon and Flour,
of tho best quality, all of which will be sold at
the lowest cash or roady pay prices.
My old frionds nnd tho public generally are
rospectfully invited to call. "
Clearfield. Oct 31 1 ami ur t n,,n,
,irN. B. All kinds of'tfM.Vand approved'
cduSTKY PRODUCE tak.a in exchaTror'
ioom moi oreverv k nd for Lad i en. Gn. Oki'. .. . (.
li.V.adCbildr.'nal B-W.'co? iSS'.fVKt Zti
t 1M U I'liH 1111', HiMl'1.
lilt K ASM JIM lHrM.'!
I t H ti i Ji'i, ,
Vtr.M.r i f lr.i.... r I pnm l
II e Vitetinniy tilleg" f Milllel He.. f.
III T I'll Yen the n,ii;in, llil..ty and di-tine.
lit lr.iit i. lb" nti..u l.ree of
l!iir. ' nn, Ai.i'ie, A ft i rsi n and Amer
I. nd l..r-e, v. ith tin I In -leal f..im
linn and peculiarities of the ntilinll,
and how to nfeerliin bin ngn by Iho
number Mid eoiidilinn of Ms teeth:
Illustrated with humeri. u eiplansiuiy
Tin: ji Jii.si: am ins mpkasks
Wlil Tell You of Ilreeilitie, Uri iikltip, (-'tabling,
Feeding, lniiiinir, rlii'iiig. and the
general management of the horse,
with tho best muiles of administering
medicine, alto, how to treat Biting,
Kicking, Rearing, Shying, Stumbling,
Crib Filing, ltestlessncst, nnd other
vices to w hid) he is subject ; v, ith nu
merous explanatory engravings.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will Tell You of the causes, snirjfiirtr.s, and
Treatment of Strangles, Sore Throat,
Distemper, Catarrh, Influenza, Bron
chitis, Piiuuiuouin, Pleurisy, Broken
Wind, Chronic Cough, Rmiring and
Whistli ng, Iimpas. Sore Mmitii and
I leers, and decayed Teeth, with other
diseases of the Mouth and Rospirato
THE HORSE AND II IS DISEASE i
Will Tell You of the causes, symptoms, nnd
Treatment of Worms, Bets, Colic,
Strangulation, Stony Concretions,
Ruptures, Palsy, Diarrhea, Jaundice,
Heatirrhoca, Bloody I'rinc, Stones
in the Kidneys and llladiler, InOamn
tion, and other diseases of the Stom
ach, Bowels, Livor a,n Urinary Or
gans, THE HORSE ASD HIS DISEASES
Will Toll You of tho causes, symptoms, nnd
Trontinent of Bene, liloid and Bog,
Spavin, Ping-Bono, Sweenie, Struins,
. Broken Knees, Wind (ial!e, Founder,
Hole Bruise and (Iravel, Crackod Hoof,
Scratches, Cankor, Thrash, and Corns,
also, of ilegcims, Vertigo, Epilepsy,
Staggors. and other disoases of the
Feet, Legs, and Head.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will Tell You of the enures, symptoms and
Troatmont of Fistula, Poll E il, Glan
ders, Farcy, Scarlet Fever, Monge,
Surfeit, Locked Jaw, Rheumatism,
Cm Hip, (Jails, Diseases or tho Eye and
Heart, Ac., Ac. and how to manage
Castration, Illeeding, Trepl.inning,
Boweling. Firing, Hernia, Amputa
tion, Tapping, and other surgical op
erations. THE nORSF AND HIS DISEASES
Will Toll You of Rarey's Method of turning Her
at's ; how to Approach, Duller, or S ta
ble a Colt ; how to acenstom a lo'se
to strange sounds and siglits.and how
to Bit, Saddle, Ride, and Break him
to llarnoss, also, the rorm nnd law
of Warranty, The whole being there
suit of more than fifteen years' careful
study of the habits pe Miliarities,
wants and weaknesses of this noble
and useful animal.
Tho Book contains JSIpngrs, appropriately il
lustrated by nearly One Hundred engravings.
It is printed in a clear ind open type, and will
bo forwarded to any address, post ago paid, on
roccipt ef pi ice, ha lf bound, $1, CO, or, in cloth
&IOOO A VK AH can be wide by enterpri
sing men everywhere in selling tho above, and
other popular works of ours. Our inducements
to all such are exceedingly liberal.
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to
agents, with oilier information, applv to our ad
dress JOHN E. POTTER, Publisher,
No. 617 Sansom Stroot Philadelphia, Pa.
December 12, I SCO. 6mo.
rji It E PEOP 1, 1: ' S COOKKOOK.
In all its branches. By Miss Eliza Acton.
Cnrofully Revised by Mrs, S.J. Hale.
It Tells You how to choose all kinds of Meats,
Poultry, and Oamo, with all Hit various
and most approved modes of dressing
and cooking Beef and Pork: also the
best and simplest way of suiting, 1 ick
ling and curing tkesamc.
It Tolls You nil the various and most approved
modes of dressing, cooking, and boning
Mutton, Lamb, Vonl. Poultry, and
(lamoofnll kinds, with tho different
Dressings, lira ties, and stuffings appro
priato to each.
It Tolls You how to choose, clean, nnd preserve
ri.-u 01 minimis, an. I now to sweeten it
when tainted ; also all the various nnd
most approved modes of cooking, with
the different Dressings, Sauces, and
Flavoring appropriate to each.
It Tells You nil the various and most approved
modes of preparing over fitty different
kinds of Meat, Fish, Fowl, (inme, and
Vegetable Sot ps, Broths, an Stews,
with tho Relishes aud Seasonings ap
propriate to each.
It Tells You all tho various and most approved
modes of cooking Vegetables of every
description, also hew toprepare Pick
los, Catsups and Curries of all kinds,
Potted Moats, Fish, Uame, Mush
rooms, f e.
It Telle You all tie various and most npprorod
modes of preparing and cooking all kinds
of Pluin nnd Fancy Pastry. Puddings,
Omelettes, Fritters, Cakes, Confection
ery, Preserves, Jellies, and Sweot Dish
es af every description.
It Tells You all tho v rious and most approved
"" "i miiKing ureail, Kusks, Mufliins,
and B:seuit, tho best motliod of prepa
ring Coffee, Chocolate, and Tea, and
how to mnke Syrups, ' Cordials, and
moi of various kinds.
It Tells Tea bow set out an ornamental Ta
ble, how to Carve all kinds of Fish,
ilesh or Fowl, ai.d in short, how to so
simplify the wholo Art of Cooking as to
bring tho choicest luxuries of tho tuble
within everybody's reach.
Tb book contains 418 pages, nnd upwards of
twelve hundred Recipes, all of which nre tho re
sultA of actual experience, having been fully and
carefully tested under the personal lupcrinton
denco of the writers. It is printed in a clear and
open type, is illustrated with appropriate engra
vings, and will bo rewarded to any address,
neatly bound, nndposlngo paid, on receipt of the'
pn:e, f 1,00, or in cloth, extra, $1.25.
t.l(MM) A YKAH ran bo mndj by enterpri
sing men everywhere in selling the above work
our inducements to all such being very liberal.
Forsingleeopie, of the Book, or for terms to
egents' with othor information, npply to our ad
dress JOHN E. PUTTER, Publisher.
No. BI7 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa. I
Dec mber 12, 1S0. fiuio.
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ll eli't Atitlimnllc, l.tiflish tlianiitiar, Hmr-
,,,) at. I ll.si.ity. t'1
Alil.ri, llmmelry, Naluial rhl1""l.y
nt. l II ...k Ke-plnn J1 ' "
l atin snd 'lieek languages. lno
lo studitiis (leMt'ii.e i.f e.uiritig a lliormii'li
Fnglirh Ldiiealinn, and who wlhh to iimlily
theinsnlves f.ir teachers, thll tiihlilution (.(lets
ilniirabln d autaees.
No pupil reeeived fur less llian half a teision, t,ra of the art
and no ds.luetion ma le except iur I'mimi" nrre.i
Tuition lo be paid at the close of the term.
I'. II. HANI'IOKH, 1'him iru.
May 2.1, IsftO.- Jr.
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(eured their tl"Vlte. Ifrftilut It,
Aiifiican and Int. .1 em tni.tii,
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pteeilili all the !IMii ti tJ
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ml fuil ill if l oilier rnli.r '
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fitto lil.ftllnine.1 mialilv ir ,1....... i
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4' -,-,. ' rrs-
A. M. HILLS
y.-ij!s Proper attention to
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1 hi 1 ... 1 1 r ti a 1,1 n St the
rtn les upon which. Ik
As the pstented proem of the C(,.
bl( S tllO rei rodlll: li-m of Lbulm,,..!.'4''
, . , "I'm. h.
"" I ' 'in 11 t,(
of any degree of irrpgulnrily, p'rttin, J1
produced with faultless aceuracy nn.1 j
ilelinentiiia, upon I'nreelain wares of ... '
lion and dwiienrlnn used as articles 'lT
.l liilll.illll ii II I 1 1 I I V Hell ba I .... S.
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fn't Cups, Toilet Arti'les, Ac.; there
Imiliiui poruaiis ana luriiisbing h tA
exuuisite style of ornameutatiou of tj
;n K. t .. l. f..: .1. r...:i:, - ..
ry-i . lu nTwui ,.i u vi'vt 1 x 11 ii i iiiiiii.-u lit, nines ior tRf
''V'sr ''""' "ID BrcBl tion of tho popular taste, and touiestii
'.' ' .z. if tienenito everyone or thoso patrons or tie line n. t.. 1
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- Cnmn.n, an'l eonviiiiein o. luiiiuriuu iroiii j.iiruiio n von sri oa r .
1)H Mil, I. Mean always be found at his of- porcelain goods, manufactured to tboirM?
..f L' .. - - .1 l.:.. -, 1 1. .. : 1 r .. 1 1 -. . - '
'lice, on llio corner 111 jiuii niiu .,ii.m hi,,.,, ttuieii micj win sen ni rum iriees.
wlien no notice to tho contrary appears in this As tho American Company are owitn
Ipanr. pntont right, and consequently the osW .
j AH operations in the line of his profession, authorized louse the process, they I,,,'
iiietforiood in the latest and most improved mined, in order to afford people in
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styles, and guaranteoa ior one year agaiusi nn ot tne Linon an npporiuoiiy to poiien J
.... 1 r..; 1 ! im,i. , ,...b. ,k. f..ni. n
I1UIU1H1 I'IM'"' vuiiiii, w .UMnv luv iviiuniiij; HrOSl.(
ii.-BVr1"7TTrj" wis77Tr7s "'" in eountry, who are anaU;:
Si ... . pfr80nany ttie Atelier aua Ualleriti
1'1'IA! Trtmrmlotu K-tcitemtnt mmonj York :
l" .......... uaguerreotype to tneolieeof the C0,
ir, huh tuuiHoi iviici, su 11 do jiuuiib ,. i v.r, . . . !(,. lork, accompanied by SS, will
Cross Roeapturod!!! !-It seems to be ithe goner-; return by express, free of eharge.ai
.1 opimon in t oarnoi.i, mat u cross nau worn a , mented uteilkfa!lt Cup an4 s,u
. . , trait trnnslcrred thereon
would not be taken yet. However, Shorty is, ij transmitting a daguerreotype aaj I
not much put out at """'ng his custom j but wi receiv() ,,ko nian , j
would announce to all fc,,l',nV, ,., Vll, r Toilet Article, with the portm
,., n,i llcU svi-h, and women and children Jarti hj , patontea proc.ss.
in near ne.a, nuu Binuemaooning ... pnrucuiur. Bt .wn.ling a pair of daguerreolvpe. ,1
lit ill tin i.rAnnrAfl tn hirnuh Ihnin with Itnnttt. I ., ... . n . r'n
... ...... ,. - r'iey win receive in rotirn a pur of net
u..v. ... . ... ...j v.j .................. -n80, who the portraits executed nm'
iuture paintings; and, in like manner, J
can ob reprouuceti ou porcelain warej
ed, sewod or pegged, (aud
low) on short notice.
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Aiiainus oi coun.ry produce uk? of every quality f finish, ranging in
change, and cash not r fused. Repairing dono fL,n , f m the ir '
ne"7" a"n" KnaTF mouera.e, ai , N jj Iio ,)artirlllttr in writin; lk,
....iirv ou.ie .-uu,, ., . , town, county, nnd Stale distinctlv.
Reed, Weaver A Cos store. HIANKMI01T. , All letters to be addressed to "il
xs. u, i ........fc-s jur sa.. i ienn Photograjiliic Porceluin Co
JAJF.S T. l.KOVAnp. p. A. risxET
K, A, WAI.LAC'K. A. C. HNSKV
Sanhinn nnb CoIIrdion ti
LEONARD, FINNEY &Co.
C L E A H F I L I),
CLEARFIELD COUXTV, r.l.
JDlI.t.S OI, FXCBANCr., OTT.S ASO DRAFTS DlSCoritTB
I) 1'OSITH RliCKIVKIJ,
('.iiUf iinins nu(((' and prorfeds prompt!)) remitted
lixcLangc on the Cities constantly
jJ-D'Oflicc on Seccnd SL, nearly opposito the
Iviioxi: CITY HOTEL.
Col. A. f OWENS, Proprietor,
Respectfully announces to the travelling public,
that be has now taken rhnrge of this large and
well known house, nnd will conduct it in such a
manner as will render excellent comfort and full
satisfaction to all who inny fuvor him with a
mo nUMITIVi::--Tho advertiseT,
J. having been restored to health in a few
weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered for several years with a sovere lung affec
tion, and that drcd disease Consumption, is anx
ious to make known to his fellow-sufforcrs the
means of euro.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used, (free of charge.) with tho di-
jctiuns fur preparing and using the snme, which
thev will find a sure cure for Consumption,
Asthma. Bn. nehitis, sc. The only object of the
advertiser in sending tho prescription is to bene-
fit the nfllicted, and spread information which he
conceives to bo invaluable, aud ho hopes every
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pu.icrur mi. u v 11.1 ren.vuv us ll Hill coal mem
nothing, and may prove a blessing,
Persons wishing the prescription will pleaso
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
nov7-ly M'illiainsburgh, Kings Co., X. Y.
! ! ! DEATH ! ! !
To every form and Specie of
"(0,ST.1.",V" n.it, noachit-c.Ertaminator.
"COSTA IV S"
"COSTA IV. S"
m r ahki.w;i; ci.idi-: neiDg . r
fa itisifiieior iur iiiurrica jierSDSI ft
about to be married, both male isi feu
evervtiiing concerning the phvsiolnnn.
lions of our sexual system, and the predn f
prevention ot onpring, incluaisg all i.,
discovcrios nevor before given in the l
language, by WM. Y JUNG, M. D. Thin;
a vuluuble and interesting work. It ii
in plain language for the general resiin.
illustratod with numerous engravings. AI
married poo,le, or those contemplatioga.'
and uaviug the least impediment to nisrr
j should read this book. It discloses tn
i every one should be acquainted with ; ni!
book tli iU mast be lucked up. and not lii
the bouse. It will be sent to any onions!
ot twenty, tive cents, in specie or postagt
Addreis Dr. M M. I Ol NU, No. 410 epd
aoove rounn, I'liiiaaeipniu, I'a.
3!if Affiictcil and I'nt'ortunnte'St
what may be your disease, before you pise
sen unaer me care oi any one or the ii
Quacks, nativo or foroigo, who advertise
or any other paper, get a copy of either
Young's books, and read it carefully. It
the means of saving you irany a dells:
health, and possibly your life.
Dr. YOL'Nij can be consulted oa snj
aisoascs described ia bis publications,
otsce, jo. no pruee at, above Fourth.
Bed BLq Exterminator.
Etc:li ic Pvwdcr for Irsectt.
R.t(, Roaches, Mire, Moles, Ground-.lico,
Retl-buzs, Ants, Moths, Mosquitoes. Fleas.
Insects on rinnts, Insects on Animals, f-c. .
in Mioi t cverv form nnd species of
10 years established in New York City
used by the City I'obt CHlice- the City Tris
oti nnd ritalion houses the city Steumcrs,
Shins Ac., tho City Hotels. "Ator," "St.
Nicliolp.." Ac nnd bv mora than 20.000
private fumiles. crt w"slV. William J
ruDrufTfrists tind Ketailcrs everywhere jjorri
Buseholesalo Agents in nil large Cities
fivyjuKeguliir sizes, 2oc, 60c, $1 lio.xes
Bs?X.!!! Kkvtare !!! of spurious imitations.
Examine each llox, Bottle A Flask,
nnd take nothing but "CostarV
83)u$1.00 Hoxes sent bv mail.
B33u?3.t $5.(10 by Express.
B3a.Addrcss orders or for Circular, to
JIENKY Ji. COSTA R,
Frineipal Depot, 410 Uroadwnv, N. Y.
IfDuSoLl) HY EOJUlNE itCd.
March 17th. Clearfield Tn.
T 1ST OI' JL'ROItS, for January Tent
1J commencing on I'd Monday, the Nil
Doll David Doll.
Dradford Em. Uruhani, !. S, Eliiroy, I
Drady G. M. Thompson
Kurnside Jihn McKoe.
Chest -Robert Mct'ully, John MeCorL
liearticld borough ,ohn (luolieh.
t ov:ngton Lawronce Flood. John Fotn
Huston Philip llevcner, Samuel Con.
iviirinaus James Wiggins
Knox Kobert Patterson.
Lawrence Henry liuoliuh.W. W.Uiiti
.Morns hdward Tcrks, Robert Dsugnem
i enn inos. nam, And. Moore, Joe,
Woodward Christian Shcff.
I'nion Levi Dressier.
TRAVKRSE Ji nolte.
r.cccnnn I. Ricketts, Jesse Wilson,
Dell Hobort MehafTey.
Buggs D. Adamr, jr.
Dradford Samuel A. Caldwell
Drndy Alexander Shea, T. J. Ilnver.J.
ah Kriner, C, I.uti, Jacob Shaffer, itm
Iiurnside Ebea McMasters, Horace Pi
Aaron I'Mchin, Denjnmin Yingling.
I'hest Samuel McKwen.
Clearfield James L. Morgan, W'm.f
Curwcnsville Jacob Cole.
. Detatur--John Livingston.
Girard Zenas Leonard, Abraham IIil
Uoeuen John F. Hote,
Graham B. F. Akely, Ab. Hoover, Isai
Guolieh Conrad Gintor.
Jordan James Patterson, James O. Wi'
Karthaus Henry Huntor.
Lawrence Jame Forest, James Lytle.
Irwin, Sr., Martin Kline. Wilson Uo'oTfr,
Emigh, Joseph V"
Fike Henry Ilile. R. R. Curry, Moisi"
i nion John isrubnker.
Cabinet, Chair Making,
JOHN GI'LICH, of tho borHiigh of Clearfield,
Pa., will bo prepared at nil times to attend to
In nnv html,, a. ; u- i i- . ' 1 uo v7,inioiil inomns i.
oi o usiness is at tlie aid shop on the nor h s deof I i,:. r.n 1 - .t..
I) KGISTI-:it'N M)TI( IJotice,u
! JLV by given that the following accounts
I been examined and passed by me, t4
! filed of record in this office for the inspli:
; hoire, legatees, creditors, ami all othtri ii
(other way interested, and will be prssto
tno next urphnn s Court of Clearfield tew
i bo held at the Court House, in the boron
I Clearfield, commencing on the 2nd Mot
January, 1861, for confirmation an!
I The final account of J. din Macmsnui, i
! istrator of all and singular the goods, ei'
rights, and credits, which were if George
ston, Jr., Into of Dell township, ClearficWf
I Tho partial account of Pranson Davis,
istrator of the esluto of Thomas C, Davtl,
AITP TflTTT.TTTU A T VPTJTTwei
rpiih anual meeting of tho Clearfield county
.--1Alultur,, Society, will be held in the M.
h. Church in the orough of Clearfiold, on Wed-
nesdav i ,ii in ii T n .. - ia ....
- h, ,..,,,, 10, ncn tho
election of officers will take place, and I usiue
of importance will be transacted. Let all come
who feel an interest in the success o f tho Socio-
r.L,i,is utnis, Pre. , ni
December 19, 18(10.
j.i .1 . - . . . : '-.hiiiii in nil snn
oi. user east o iinrl sU. nearly l,Httles which were of W
aintriibir the r00&
m. Weber late w
Bonnets, Florence braids, English straws,
Shakerand ntJmr .il. . . '
. . , ... . J ,yJa i.iiiuuicu and an.
trimmed, w,U be found in variety at th. corner
Cut wenBviIlq, May 1(5, '60.
th.,o,?C .' Ch!rri'' Prune' tDi Raisim,
the corner store of . A. IRVIN,
onnoeiin I I. a i, . l, , . ....
- ".I.".' " r " , rc ' 'n" no W1" kccP ownship Clearfield Countv. deceased
L. I""'' """"o' large assorlmen t of Ma- The Admini.ir.iUn ...,i of Willi
15.0,'om f'' rs, and Cabinet Bloom Administ a nr of t& nut. ofJ
::ZTl!'lf .1,Cilldir' r7l,,ofrik, tewnship Clearfield C1
k j i V , . ," 'Ba,e cies deceased.
f h. at ,?:h.'.M cn'"y- The .tonnt. of John ni.B -fr.. nJ
sisa n parto Trifn- I",r " huS'' "' P'M Administrator', of th. goods M
Rh. VT1 "IzPr:.' n?.n1 Common Bureaus, tics which were of John Graham Sr., lstesfH
Sofas hewing and Washing Stands, Desks and
Look Cases, trench and Field Post Bedsteads.
Dining, Brenkfast, Centre, Card and Pier Ta
bles, Ac. CilOina lnnniiru,.l,, J .-J J.l: j
n ' , . . , vw nuu umiTflrfa II
iiit iucu uosirou.
February 9, 1849 D0. 4, To, jT.
r-T "" FLEIGH for sal by
T ! s. in, t.!.. .
--v, jouv. niisii, n JSA VER Co,
Cedar andWlllow ware
R.W A CO's,
ford .township in th. County of Clearfield, '
December 6th. 1860. ' B'n
radios dress gat, Js, of patterns and UX'"1
J pleas, all, will be found at the corner
larwinsvili., May 16. I860. E. A. X"'
QtelU and other 5hawli in variety at iMl
KJ otore of . A. iK"
Cuinensville, May 16, '00.