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i Democratic Cctmty Kcnting;.
Wmie inurslrn'y llio Chairmnti
ii., ivinoriiilic County Cmnmittpo
Unit tin? nniuiiil I Vuioerntie I nunty
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nil, hi! Willie new in inn piaro or.
'J" im'ay roi'H! ' llm Srptetiilu'i Court.
S TiO I'oiPtfniPH lo lin'i. nuiiiy imiriMii mil ,
nsi'i'T Ilia I'lojuii'iy o: ('iiiiiipmp,
er amending tho present system of tn.ik
Jug iKiininniioiif, will meet on the proee
.hug Monday evpninc nnd not on the M
jjlolvhiy of September, a heretofore an
KEEP IT KHFOUH TUB PKOPLK,
That I).mi'l Livingnton, the presort
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t.imii'liiti of tlio llfpublicani lor
Kit' '.'!c irlii.'ld county, was the Know Noth
Irg oiiii'Udalo for County Auflitor in 1854,
and w is defeated by the lute Oeorg Wal
ters, '.(. lie ran uj'on tno tame tiikut
With Pollock, Sniyscr nnd others.
PEUCCRATS BEWARE .
'Wo leiirn Hint our Republican friends ,
nro busily ngaged in circulating clocu-j
Hip;i! printed t the Journal odiee, among j
lau Denioci-ats of this county. Why this is
tlmie or who lurninhen the money to pay
ilie expenses it is not for in to pay. Hut
lo'ay thclnast of it, the circumstnrees
liavii a sujiieiouj snieil, and we merely
S'jtf jut to our Democratic friend not to
be caught by any pucIi sly dodges.
Hesitation ok Maj. Nicholson. Wo
learn that thin gontl-iniun, wiio was nomi
nated as a IVmoeratic candidate for the
legislature in this liistriet, declines the
nomination, having volunteered his ser
vices to his country, and left for thu so it
of war as First Lieutenant of a new com
puny raised iu Urookville.
This will lender the re-assercbling of
the St. Mary's Convention necessary atun
tiiP"e are pleased to learn that (he
Democrats of Venango county have unan
imously presented that sterling Democrat,
James K. Kerr, Ksq., for I'lCaidi-iit Judge
of iho District, composed of the countiesi
of Mercer, Venango. Clarion, Jefferson and
I'wrcst , matle aeantby the resign ition
of Hon. J. S. MeCalmont, who has been
commissioned A Colonel in the army.
This ii a dark district, but wo hopo Mr
Kerr will get the UUtrict nomination and
lie elected, too.
Diabolical ! We co ,y tlio ufficial report? of i
C.pn. ditler and Com. .Striiiijliain, tlmt Colonel,
W'ollicr and bis Germun Kejimuiit, liavo been
left in charge of Forts Claik ami Huttcraf, late
ly captured liy our tronp on tlio coat of Xorlli
Vi'o hupo lomc of our American party friend
will attend to this matter iimiiediiiioly. WU.it!
lriro tvo cupturcd Forts in tlie ehnrgo of For
eignern ! ti' to bad ! We hop that onr intetiae
Aiarricans will tee thut hereafter "n-jno but A
uierieans be placed on guard."
A few days ago the ladies of Clearfield ,
donated and forwarded to Georgetown, !
1. C, ft box Df artieles npeesary for Hos
pital use, for th bemfit of the Voltin
leen from this ulace. The following let-
tor from tho Directress, acknowledging
the remittance, will bo read with interest : i
Wa'UINGIC-, 1. C, Sejit. i, j
T THE LADir.3 OF Cl.E MtnEI.I) ! I
.IVi. linmit -Dear Madam : -Your very j
kind note of the .'50th is nt hand, and with f
pleasure and gratitude I acknowledge its
contentsyour liberal donation. My con
nection ivith the Gsorgetown Hospital is
dissolved, and I am rbout to be transferred
lo "Virginia's fcho.-e" at Alexandria. There
i Ih-.-re, quite A numbei of disiinet bui'.d
iugs.tailirucod under one head, pleasantly
Iocj'svI, and but tin hour's ride distance
iroru here. 1 have looked at our booka
or rather register nnd ulso at the Union
Hotel Hospital, which is within a stone's
throw, nnd can find no men on either
books from the eomtmnv you named iu
vottr ltfUer (Washington Cadets j I will,
Iiowever, make it a matter of inquiry, and i
contribute, i) po.RiLie, i0 them especially j
. i-.l.l I..I!..' .lAn.i,in I
lrom tlie cieariieni iiwicj .vnnnun.
It gives mo (im highest pleasure to con
tribute, in tho most humble way, to their
woiura and general good; and as I am
enlistPd heart and hand tor them during the
present emergency, 1 have not or shall
not lose an opportunity to give them my
sympathy ami caro at all times. My pos
iii ii has enabled me lo soothe, and give
little comforts to very many of them, and
I have felt it to be. 1
tiave with tears witnessed their gratitude I
when giving them a glass of wine, or some I
tempting delicacy, fori prepared mvselfj
with those things bv "public begging be
fore I '.eft Philadelphia, nnd have never
Lad reison to regret the effort it cost. In
.compliance with vour suggestion as to i
further efforts, I would state that shoes
and etockinps, with any kind of substitute
for a pocket handkerchief, are among; the
thinirs. outside of delicacies. I find most
needed in my experience as nurse. It
would gratify any w arm heart to have tho I
comforts in hand ready to administer to j
the v.eary, worn, wounded soldier in his J
liour of need, sueh as the benevolence of!
the Cleai field ladies has placed in my pos-'
t Ml 11... rvl.lA 1
fession. uoa wm uiv wr hwwihchwiw
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for tho noble manner in which t py '''vo.,
:"?nonded to tho causo we aro all mpa -
Ml7.ers in. , , ,. .
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Lo ntercstinp to tne laoieiio
YL VnnnsvlvaDiil Kegiments
?n " Jm rt of the siek aad
its iiu b U in i 4
otindpl nt present unaer my c"'K
Mi"l.ir.Bn Wisconsin and Indiana sutler
more from ex-jiosura than all others ion tho.
iiooks--tho charge Doing aeoiueuijufi.i.i)iLj man jjiin, wiu flnd tttaAj empoy.
thorn. ment, good wsgei and prompt pay, br calling at
At the Georgetown Hospital thirty, or jt(,e , ton of the subscriber in the Wough of
more, wore brought last uight-all Indi Clearfield. o. C. FASEMOHK.
ana men down with tn'boia fevr. Luog ! r-eft. i, I5l. tf.
al!i i t . 1 1 at ili. lihjf ni p I l,n lMiiir!
ill' l'fl P III J I Mil I ,
I infil llio L'll'lo I I I'nll T ii M hlnio I Pv.
Piv niui'l,'l ni'in hn 1-ppii, ly Iho Inn
llso I, I I ,, I I VHt'nr n liinl jmi', run-. I nil, I
I tinlln.l In ft lmm. In Hip t0 lopil
pl nrp tilu'iil 1 nu n whomtp w on n (!
ti-iiimiiiiii', III' hiding two .illi arms nil nt
UlP Mllllll'I'T. I 1 1 0 I'thl'H IMP l"l'l WilllliiN.
I'l l llio I'n l lui.tilh wo Mi'lugi'd, Mil nt'
"JVJ I'hlii'liti, ImtS ih'iiili. Hul li'Vi'f i
proving innrn fatal mining the Inmate.
Pnti'Mils nip nioilv 1 1 -1 i t iitn It mt 1 1 limn
'they nro hr iulii in, bu'I nlihimgh ii ll
eared lor, m ii -t Wit. 1 fear I shall weary
vou ; hut ii;ip lot our cnunirin interest
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whi( Ii id very iipciinMiin nl inurli lipid-
ed "Junl t,i,,t, ' ns well iii ol'l linen, mii ,i ,
'in handkerchiefs, for wounds. Mnytind'
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uto the Bulli'iiuiji of our fpllow crpatuips,
is the w ish of, Yours respect lull v.
C. V. 11UADI.KY,
Directress Georgetown Jlospilul
Cot.. Wm. 11. lii.Ain. We are gratified
to learn that this gentleman has been
nominated for thostato Senate, in the
District composed of the coun.ies of Cen- I
ter, Ulinton, J.yeoining, nnu l. nioii.
The Conferees previous to adjourning,
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appointed Hon. amcs damlile, Moll. AI -
lison White, und l'uul Uoddes, Ivq. of
Cnion county, to prepare an address to
the peopled' the district. We hope to bo
able to chronicle the election of Mr. HI. ir.j
fiijTy-Tlie proceedings of the bolters'
meeting at ' iirwensi ille on the ud inst.,
will appear next week. They were Mit
handed to us until Monday afternoon
six days after the meeting was held at
which time an abundance of copy to (ill
our columns was on file.
To tiis Military.- 11. W. Smith it- Co.,
have just received and opened, a superior
quality of Hunting. Also complete Flags.
They can also furnish, Officer's or Cavalry
sword's at a low ligui e.
Cy-lt is related to us that there is a
church inetnbei in the upper end of ti c
county that clasps his handr. si desperate
ly during prayer, that lie cannot get
them open when the contribution 1 ox
MAItltll'.l) In the boronnh of Indiana, by
tev. W. S. Einerv. "ll 2sth August, S. U, Row,
Fi., to Miss Kit ic I!. Lanii.h, both of this place.
1)1 l:l In Knox 1p.. 011 the I'.d ult., Elmer
F.. Rowle, Son or II. F. t Sarah R. Howie-, aged
I year 4 mouths 1 week and u days.
Oo, little loved one, (,",
I do not laourn fur thee,
Thy foul is cone, unstained ly crime.
To stand before the Lor 1.
Short wnk iby fiifTerincs hue bib.w
Iu this vile wurld of ..e ;
Hut thy spirit, happy babe.
Is go. e to blessedness away.
The heaven nf heavens abmo
Is now thy spirit's rest.
And kinder ii. Illy Sd linur'n hue,
Titan ever thy mother's irea-t.
Gl.AND OPENING ! I
Ni:V STCRKj !
AE W F I R M ! !
Ureal inducements lO 1'lirCHaSCrS
YT W QMT'T'II Of
Ill III Dill A 1 1 06 wU Di
ON'C PKICE, CASH ,STORL
emilV.Pn,n, Kolw Tnrlrpo TncnorrV.
q r i: : xx jr.
EST White Granite Tinte-.
i n i:
" " Soups
C iffee Setts,
Handed Cup Setts.
Ewer nud na.-in.
" Coinn on Tfas
0n3 Superior Lustre Sprig Tea Sett.
Creams, Pies, Soups, by the half dozen.
C, C. Nappies, C. C. nwls
Glass Preserves, (ilnsj Salt.
6 Flu e Tiiuililen
PI. in do.
Also, Tens, Coflees, rfc, ie.
nodall ar:iclcs usually kept in a country store.
will be kept here, as also many not nsuully kepi,
but much needed, nt greatly reduced prices
And we feci conSdent that nil who will make
trial purchase, will find it to their advantage to
continue aa customers.
Also, n limited amount of Comity Orders want
ed in exchange for goods.
Kim AI Wo have just opened
1 an! nre selling very low, a largo and com -
pleto stock of JJuols and Shoes, v'u :
.Mens Dcst ivip s lot
Boys best Ki Boot.
Mens best Calf Boot,
iioys best full' Boot.
Childs best Kid Boot.
Mens best Calf Monroes;
iioys best Calf Monroen.
Youth's best Calf Monroes.
Childs best Goat Pumps.
Childs best Welt Pumps
Childs best Button Pumps
Child" best French Moroco heel.
Womans Mor. Jefferson heel,
Woinnns Goat Jefferson lieol.
Womans Kid Slippers.
Woinnns Sup. Velvet bound goiters.
Womani extra fine lasting g tilers
Womaus sup. extra heavy moroccos
11. W. SMITH rf- Co.
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nXIXUTOR'S I J0,,CU '"''Tli
Sji.. ihn t.ai lapa Teituiiientnrv. on the,
m-M-j t,"-" -- -
estate of William Snnil. " , c
inRton ip., deed, have been granted to the ui-
i His. 11 liusanni im uliliiil Til Illl riitin
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tbos. hay.ng claim, rgninst the same w.llpresent
, inem annTxKZVr
MARY SMITH, )
JOHN . GORMOMT, j
tw. 3, 161. 6t
LACKS,MI1I, wakte'u.-a Journey
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hi n'S Mi li, iiiiiii)
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'i' n n M mil fluid lni h
K p. .....
Dun tl 'ill other PntiVs
linnk N'i'M nf ellisr Hunk
I hind. Dtnlu, Ac
F.'pinss nf flat etigtsnPir, As
Loss knit Expense. .
?n nn Ki
6 ri 7
10(1,115 M i
fnpllnl Pi, h K imiI.I In . ! fl.'iO 00
N , , I c i in riii'iiliiinn
!trri - .t Mid Exchange
JH. R. UltAIIAM
Clem ficl I, Til., Auk. SI, ISIil.
J nn. I b.nir.l nitliout Just Ciiuso or provneiition,
I iierciiy million all pcr-um Hainan iinruorniK
or Ira-tin- her on my account, I am .lutermin. f
ed to pay no ilebli of lur cuiitiacling ultor tlio,
ZL'nJ ilnv of Atipmt, A. I). ISM-
Sol't. 't, ISf.l. .'it.
O T'J IM I-IIILAIU-X
PI'I y rpmpiiff.nl l.jriltmnil union' In
J,,..,. ! ! .' KACITIN'i FOOT HACK hetwern
!'l l'hiladolpliia I'lire and tlm nolorimn For
I p;er oeiI counterfeiter, Jn tion lluilinimn L'rorn ! ! !
.CroM Hecnptiired ! !! !-It nrrim lu ho the jrcner.
nl opinion in Clearfield, that if from had worn a
pair oi rnniK on on a r reneiieaii uooik, iiiiii no
would not he tn'en yet. However, r-liortv if
not much put out nt iiiirsini; bi custom ; hut
wouM onniiiineo to nil jrppA'ifii-ii'e, Jmitflit,
Linrttlu mill Hill men, and women and children
in Clearfield, and Sinne tmthoninj; in particular,
that he i prepared to luruiidi (liom with Itoots,
Sliocr nnd (Jaitorr of any ntylo or pattern, ntitidi
ed, lew ed or pepged, (nnd as ho is a short fel
low) on short nolieu.
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
change, nnd curh not ri fused. Itcpairiii): done
in the neatest manner and charges moderate, at
the Hiort Shoe Shop on Second Street, nppnnite
tleod, Wcavr A, Co'i store. Fit AN K SHOKT.
N. II, Finding! for nalo Sept. 2fi, lMiti'
MIA1HS !! CHAIRS! ! !
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I ! ! !
The nrilerrigiied hai now on hand, a! his Fur
niture Rooms on Market nt., Clearfield, I'a., a
short diftanco wert of Dili's Foundry, a larga
t II I!'S (IT Al.t, KIXDS,
nianufuetured out of the bsst materinlr, finished
n a very rupci ior manner, and wlii, Ii he will well
1 10 IF "('.' CASH. Jlis lone experience iu the
! business make him feel confident that his chairs
Wire made in a substantial nnd workmanlike iiian-
tier, nnd will stand the test of trial,
w ishing to purchase chairs phould cail ut once
nnd get them while they can be had nt the lowest
rates. JMIN TROf T.MAN.
Mar. 27-KSl -tf.
Nr.w iilmkhifs roa
s r k ii m a to it it 11 k 1: A .
OW A lilt A'soi IATIOV, I'll I UJI 1,K l.l'lll A. .1 lira-
eviilm! dWfi'lfioi piM.i'kipi liy Kfuriiil A'll-
tiiHCm'-nt, Jul' tin- rrlicj thr Sirh unit Itiitrriitril,
njjlicttti irlth Yinlrnt unit t'fimtiiv Itiwitum, n nit
yTi'oy fur thi t'u,c nf ltiitt$nn nf the SiXltitt
Mkhh il Aiivu Kpiicn grutm, by the Acting
.. c i.-.- j
.l.l .l.n lir.l uiiin nil t-.cii ni'in n.i'ii, nnu
inll.nr .li ...nes i.f llm Xptil.il nl... nml .in III-
Mi;w HKMi.nir.s ciupinycd in the Dispensary, sent
in sealed Irtter envelopes, free, of charge. Two
or thre S:ainpt fur posiagu neceiilnlile. Address
i I)h. J. Skii.Lks Hoi i.nroN, Howard Association,
S. Ninth St., Philndelphie. 'iVmr I v.
rftTTTJT TT?nPT AUTATTflW
7I1EIIEAS. Hun. SAMUEL LINN, Emi.
President Judge nf the Court of Common
L1 Ul Ml M -liU
I'AMi, M tin
Plens of the t Acnty -fifth Judicial District, coin- j work in his linn in the very best style, nnd on
posed of the counticr of Clearfield, Centre and j tho shortest notice. His old cn-tor ers nro res
Clinlon and tho Hon. Wm. L. Moore and Hon. Ipeetfully ns'ied not to forget him, no I any nuni
lteniaiuiu P.nnsal, Associate Judges of Clenrlield bcr of new ones are respectfully invited to give
county : have issued their precept, to me direct- ! him a trial.
cd, for tho holding of a Court of ('ominon Picas, ! EIMiE TOOLS. Hi reputation ns n Maker
Orphan's Court. Court of Quarter Scsious. Court j and Repairer of Edge tnols .-hould of itselfsccuro
i ur iu.
i of Over and Terminer, nnd Court of (ieneral Jail
Delivery, nt Clearucld, in ami tor tlio county ol
Clentfii'M, on the
Ali Momliv i'2'id day) nf September iu:rt,
(ltd contiiti't tn'O iittks.
VATTfC T ,1 P..... ,.t..nn (a ,1...
I Coroner. Justices nf tho Peace, ind Constables,
I "I anil lor sum coui.iy oii-ieai ne ... 10 B,Tenr ..,
their proper person-, wiih their Rolls, llecords,
Iniiuisitiom. Examination' nnj other l.emcm-
ilirances, to do those things wh:eh to their officers,
j.inil in their behalf, pertain to bo done.
(JIVEN under my hand st Clearfield, this 14th
day of Aug., in the year of our Lord, one thous
and eight hundred and sixty -ono.
I F. li. MILLER, Sheriff.
mii-: ci i'Aiti iri " At adi:my, wii
be opened for the reception of pupils
iiiulus and females) on Monday, kept. Jml, I SOI
Trrmt per session of eleven Weeks
Orthography, Heading, Writing, Frimiry
Arithmetic nnil (,'eogrnphy. $2.:'0
Higher Arithmetic, English Grammar, (tcog.
rajdiv nud History. $d.O0
Algebra, lieometry, Natural rhilosoplir
nnd Hook Keeping n
Latin and Greek languages. $0 00
To 'tudents desirous of aciuiring a thorough
English Education, nnd who wish to qualify
theinrnlvcs for teachers, this Institution offers
No pupil received for less than hall a iesion,
innd no deduction made except for protracted
Tuition to be paid nt the close of the term.
C. It. SA N DFOllD, I'iuncipai .
Aug 7, 1801.- ly.
T HAVE mnde a discovery of the utmost im-1
iiTtnnc to evrrv imirnod in r.-n ol oiiiut
(....- .....l lli.t full t.nrti.inliiruriiiiptvrninir
. nnvon receipt ofa stiiinn to l.av fur re-
, (urn AJllress
I DR. J. II.
apl 21 ly
Mt CONUMI,TIVE."!--Tlio advertiser,
hnvinir been rcstured to health in a few
I.i' . i a.v .;,.i,.U,.,m,lv nftop lim inir nf.
I fered for several years with n severe lung nffee-1 Clearfild and Lawrence Sept ttth A 10th. at
' lion, and that drr'd disease Consmnption.ip mix- Clearfield. ,,..,.
ions to make known to bis f.lkw-sufTcrers the1 Girnrd and U.o.hen Sept. 1 1th and 12lh, ut (.
! means or cure. ehen Scho.il hou.e.
I To all who desire it, he will send a copy nf the ! Covington nud karthnus N.pt. l-.lh A lllh
' prescription used, ffreo of ihiirse.) with the di
.etious for preparing and using tho snire, which
they will find n lure cure tor Consumption
Asthma, P.rrnchitia, tc, The only object of the;
advertiser in sending the prescription is to bene
fit the nOlictcd, nud spread information which he
j conceives to bo invaluable, and ho hopes every
I sufferer will try his remedy as it will cost thcui ,
nothing, and mny proves blessing, I
I Persons wishing the prescription will plono '
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, J
. nov"-1y, Wiliiamsburgh, Kings Co.. N. Y ,
, ,-;.,'..,.,,,.'. .,,c,nv
' nov" ly, wilHabh; y
Tl)MINll'KATOK S VoTH I-Notice
' is hcrcny given lliai leuersoi niminisini-
b.v. b.. Rrst.d to the BdelKn.dBi
"H5on UarrU(in ,, , pik9!
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township deceased. All persons inilnMca lo sniu
estate are requested to make payment without ele-
I claim, against the same
JOHN H. GARRISON.
JCfTICE OF THE TeACE.
For Dec ati a Township,
will promptly attend to all business entmrted to
hit care. V. O. Adires, rbilipsburg Ts. i
Aug. 21st 1P6I I
W All II 4 JKWr.UY
'I Ml ft titi t.-i!(.n -I r-
ll f ilHH lll I lll,ilirl tl t ll,
I'til lin Mii.fM, llinl lii !, Jml
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lmM tHlilllimmil In HHMHM.S l;ttY
I liatfii'M, I'n., r flnn .,,tln,M nl 'I 'i mk 4,
M'Ti iir, "liil .lri 1 1 lit r. r ililTnrnl qimllllili,
1'rnm n MnKlf I'l'i-d In full ..,'1. ulih Ii linn III
K"H l tl ,n""l i"n"iit'iil.ii ytirrt lot inuli, nr In
rpiuiiip i t mil (tnlil mii nlfpt,
I'h'K'hS ndinj vnriplj lii linrnl, nt llm mi it
I on 'ni''lo .rpii.
At. I, kin, In i.f(l,.(k, Wnh lipi nnd Jpurlry, u(
fnriifully rnlrf ! unit IfmrnBipJ.
A rniitimiHtii'o nf mirtnmK U cilii lt. il,
9, IKiiO. ). f. NAtMlI.1t
l.Hjl'OllS OF ALL KIM'S,
SALT, "IL.S, PAINTS,
ft y yor tua V(1. . j f c ,
- " ' v a. ii, ny
O. II. MKKKF.LL.
In basemeritof Merrell .t ISig'er's Store,
V I i : W n
H i: 11 II I I I M It 1
ll 1, A C K WOOD'S M A Ci A Z 1 N K.
1 TUG LONDON QLMRTKKLY,
'2 THE EDINWUBOH KEVIKW.
la THE NOIITH DItlTISH REVIEW,
j (Fr e Chnrih.)
j I-T11E WESTMINSTER REVIEW,
I 5 DLAC'K WOOD'S EHINIIl'ltlMI M A (J A Z I N E
T E 11 M S .
For nny ono of the four Review,
For any two of llio four Reviews,
For any three of the four Reviews,
For nil lour of the Reviews,
For lilackwiioirs Magazine,
Fur Riuckwooil and ono Riiv'mw,
For lllnekwood mid two Reviews,
For lllnekwood and three Reviews,
For Illaukwoud nud tlio four Reviews,
N. It. The price in (Ireat liiituin for the five
Periodicals iiliovo-naiuvd is $:il per annum.
LEONARD SCOTT Co.,
maris. (iin il (fold Blrcel, New York,
L'jcit'td ut .1. . Slmir's Mdl.i, one mdc foist
vf CLar'ii ld Liru'ijli,
RespectfnHy informs the citizens of Clearfield
and 11 Jj, .iiiiii- conulies, that ho is ut nil times
prepared to manufacture, nl the shortest notice,
llarr, Dusk, and Straw Mattresses of nil
J kinds and sues, one of which is a Folding Mat
I tress, suitable for CAlilNS ON RAFl'.S, which
I... n l. r. I . I . . , 1 In .,,,,11 ,. .in,) .... ,1.1,1 ml
refilled nt plea.-ure! and vory cheap. Ho also
trims Cinriaes. uivkea repairs to all kinds i f
Carrinee Trienuing nnd Vphol.-tcry, and u:akes
Cord- for Mason's Tracing Lines, of any thick
ness or length.
'i-tt-Coiiulry Produce. Corn Husks, or Cnsh
taken in Eveli.m;re lor work,
,-All orders left with anv of the Merchnts
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Willi o m! Wiilic up!
ll.AC KS.Mt I IIINt;. THE nubscribcr res-
Ij) peclfully informs his friends and the public
Itenerally. that he Is new well o ablirhed in hir
I VKIV SHOP ,m lin lp.-el. n irnmilK llm Town
I Hall, in the boroujh of Clearlieid, and upon hi
own honk, and whero he is prepared to do all
lu in a uiicriii pnironnge.
(iEORdE C. PASSMORE.
April 21, lSrtl.tr.
They have just received a general assortment of
Spring and Summer DRV GOODS, consisting of
1 Ol'l. IN, OILS,
C LOTUS, PAINT
LINKS S. HOOTS,
CAR PIT, SHOKX,
P. ROOMS, PANTS
HARDWARE. UUKENSWAHE, GLASS,
FISH. HA CON iv FLOUR,
All nf which will be sold on the most reasonable
tonus for CASH, or approved Country Produce.
C. KRAT.FK '.v. SON.
Clearfield June II, IstW.
"VOTICE TO SUHUUL. UIKIiUTUSS'
1 AND TEACHERS of Clearneld!
Palilic examination of Teachers will lie held
this rear as follows
lllooiu, leriig'on. Liinnier v-uy v i enn. c-cpi.'in
, ber4lh A sin, at i,iiini.er iny.
: Curwcnsville, Knox .1 I me. ncpt., otn r ,lli
- near Mr. Ki.iers,
Rrndford, Graham und Morris. Sept. Kith A 17
Hoggs, Decatur and Woodwar
lDihat Centre in Decatur.
JIJ1. Rurnside. Chest nnd New Wnshinglin,
Sept. 2.!d and 21th nt New Washington.
Dccrnria, Guelich und Jordan, Supt. 2Clh and
27lh at X roads in lieccaria.
Huston and Fox, October 1st, at No. 1. Douse
I in Huston
' ilrndy and Union Oct. M and 4th at Lu.her,
rMrwensville, 7th month, Jesspe Proomai.l.
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jitn ijoi pa. I iu .cup u
McCALLl'M cV Co.,
Importers, and Wholesale Dealers In
CAKPKTI Ji(id, DRUCGUTS
OIL CLOTHS, il ATT IS US, .,
Warehouse. No. W) Chestnut Strcol,
(Oppoiite Stato House,)
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M llni'l, In llm ci.nnliy, I'paariln nf Vnr
III umii i youliu turn, (i"m t tt I unit ilitler
nil f tnle. have liio n riliii'nleil lor loniimM Imra
wilhin llm pant tlirre tenrr, mine nf !ioin halt
ln'on employed an l'OUK K FM'Ml.'' at rnlnrien
liiiinedinti'ly I'pon ctniluiiluit, t tin kimw ntliln(t
ornrriiitiitn nlien lliey entTed llm Ctillojr.
W MinMi-r"! noun luill pi
rtiiidenta enter nt any time, and review wlmn
lliey plenne, without extra clinrire.
J For I'Htnl'ipiP, Kppehneiia ol I'enuiiinjliip, and
View of tlm (.'(II. l.liHI-:, mieli.pe live letter nininpi
JENKINS A SMITH,
May IS, 01. ly. f iltrhurgli, I'a.
w, m. m ri;i.i.4r;ii,
tlllire In (Irahniu'H Itrlck Hullilln.
Jul; od. ISI',1 If.
MH'KK A ETZWiLKR,
Wholcsaln and Hetall Mcrrhants. Also
extensive, dealers in timbor, uwd lu in it
her nnd ihinglos. Also, douluri in flour an
irrain, which will be fold cheap for curh.
1,' AUK 1SIM PROVED
SK Wl Mi MA CHINK.
PIU&I'S Fit ) M $40 to $70.
The DOI DOIH SEWING MACHINE, nn en
graving of which is hero repreei.ted. has now
liecoine n recngnir.eil fuvorito wherever ll i
has been ir.troiluced. and is, beyolid i)ucstion.
the best, as well ns tlie handsomest, low-priced
Sewing Machine now before the public.
No. 1 A small and very neat Machine foi
No 2. A largo Machine for quilting boavy
work nnd for Plantation use.
'Ihis Machine is much ndinired lor its simplicity-,
nnd for its reliability and durability it is un
surpassed. A child twelvo years can run il with
ease ; and yet it will few from the comsurt cloth
to the finest Swiss. Thcro is no troul.la of re
winding the thread, as it is taken froi.i the spools.
It has no belts to give trouble, and will run
haekwiir.ls as well as forwards, nr.d still sews
equally perfect, and without danger of breaking
needb s. It runs by friction, nnd by closing tne
box over it, it is thrown out of gear. In fact,
wo have no hesitation in recommending it as the
bet family Sewing Machine iu use.
The following l'rcm'nniix Awarded the ulove
At the Fair of the f'rank'in Inititute, 18iS,
the First Premium.
At the Pennsylvania State Fair, at Philadel
phia, September 21, 1809, Iho First Picaiium a
At tho Pennsylvania Slnte Fair, held at Wyo
ming, ISliO a Silver Medal.
For the heft Double Thread Machine, nt Lan
einter County Fair, hold Octobsr, lSi'J a Silver
At tho Maryland Slate Fair, held ul the Mary
land Iusti'utc, Unltiinorc, Md., October,
under strong competition, a Silver Medal was
awarded to this Machine.
At the New Castle County Fair, held nt Wil
mington, Delaware, October, Ititl a Diploma.
Tho above Machines nre manufactured by
CIIAItl.l W. HOWI.AM),
S A L I '.S ROOMS.
No. 720 ArcL Stroet, Philadelphia, Pa.
No. 801 Market Street, Wilmington, Del.
S. D. DAK Kit.
mnrl3-1y 720 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
yT-Periions wishing to see (he above Machine
in operation, can do so by calling nt the resi
dence of D. W. Moore, in Clenrlield borough.
A FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Spring &, Summer Goods
AT THK CHEAP CASH STOKE.
lam just receiving find opening a carefully,
selected stock of Spring nud fe'unimcr goods
ol almost every description,
A beautiful assortment nf Prints and Dress
goods, of tho newest nnd latent styles. AIpo
great variety ol uselul notions.
OUT-GOODS AND NOTIONS
Jl;ils and Cups,
Roots and Shoes, a large quantity,
Drugs and Medicines,
Oil und Pnints,
Curpct A Oil Cloths,
(i R OC E R I E S ,
Fish. Bacon nnd Flour.
Yuckcrt'1 in 1 1 nntl 1 barrels.
, ()r , best quality, nil of which will he sold at
the lowest cush or ready pay prices.
My old friends nnd the public generally, arc
respectfully invited t call.
Z-frN. il. All kinds or fY.lA'and approved
C'Jl'.XTNY J'JIUlil.'l'E taken in exchango nt
Clearfield, June 20 lSfil. WM. F. IRWIN.
rpRONE CITY HOTEL
('ol. A. P. OWENS, Proi kietor,
r 31 ., 1
1 ent ,8thBBd,Re!pectrullya.nounee o the travelling publio
I, t-ept. IStli and (, ,t b(j ,B (Qw tukun rhurgt of thj(j rg9 .nd
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! ,.ni,P .. lll r..n',l..r .rnll.nl r.rfl l.n.1 f.,r
satisfaction to nil whe may favor h'uu with
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sons out of Employmcnt.
To Persons out
In every County of the United States,
rilD engnge in tho sale of eoui of the best nnd
I most elegantly illustrated Works published.
Our publ icationa are of the most interesting
character, aiapteJ to the wants or the Former,
Mechanic and Merchant : they are published in
the best stylo and bound In the 1110 substan-
tial manner, and arc worthy a place in the Ll -
brury of every Jluusehold in the Land.
&-&.T0 men of enterprise aud industrious bab -
its. this business offers an opportunity for profit -
able employment seldom to be met with.
'ViuPirsoni desiring to act as agents will re -
reive promptly by mail full particulars, terms,
etc., by addressing LK A RY. GETZ A eo Pub,
Fo. VU North itrt, Philadelphia.
Oct 14, ISiO-ly.
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pr In IippIpi Ii d I 1 llPK f t 0 . T, I , ll. . Ill I. Ml,
lli(tli rhi rifl nf I l.mfl.'ld m.. ' . rl., ,,,,ri.,l,
hi ...'nr In llm r 'ppIhk nf llm numlt nf I If nl
fl.-M. Oinl U l:KI At, M.l.l 1 1'iN'wIlt Im Iml.l
on Din A'.p,.n'i r,ipt,i nf li tofir mil, (l .i((
llm r in nt H dny if llm month.) nl tlm . iprnl p
Ipi ll. n ili-tricU in nd romity, nt nliii h limir
nnd plneo llm iiinliflfd 'oleri Kill vol,
Fnr Tun imrn nin lo ti'tirpnplit llm ei nulipn ef
Clpnrflel'l. .Ii'fli rnon. Klk, mul Mi kenn in llm
J llnn.p i. l;pprinnliilive of Ilim Cnininnn
,) 'Pn,, .fi,n fur llm nfTncii of Ainoelnt
JuilKr of Cli ni lipid rounty.
l or Onn prrnui for llio oflioe of Slii riff of Clear-
por one perron lor tlm offieaof liistriet Attorney
of l liarfleld county.
' Fur One person for the ofi.ee of Coiiimissioner of
I t'luurlield county.
I For One person for tho office of Treasurer of Clear
I S.ehl county.
For One persou for tho office of Auditor of Clear
For Oi.e person for tho office, of Coroner of Clear
The electors o f tho county of Clearfield will
dike notice that the said General Elect tun will be
held nt tho following plares:
At the house of fcaaiu I M. cuiiiu fur Mc
At tho house of Aseph Ellis, for Iiell township.
At the house of James lilooiu. Sr., fur Iho tsiwu
hip of lllooiu.
At the house of Edward Albert fur the town
ship of lioggi.
At ne house or w in. Hoover for the township
At the public house, of II W, Moore, for llrady
At tlio house of John Young for the toniuhi
At the school house near Simon Itorubuugh's
for tho township of Chest.
At the Court House for tho liorough of Clear
Held. At the house of Jacob Mauor for tho township
At the house of Isaac Lloum, Jr. fur tho lior
ough of Cnrwcneville.
At Centre school house fur the township of De
catur. At tlm house of Thomas 0. Davis for the towo
hip of Ferguson.
At the house of John I. lluudy for the town
ship of Fox.
At Congress Hill school bouse for the township
At the public school bouse for the towntbip of
At the House of Jacob Hubler for the township
At (ho school house in Jancjville far the town
ship of Gulich.
At the house of Jesse Wilson for the township
At the school house in Ansonvillo fur the town
ship of Jordan.
At the house of It. D.Hall i. Co., for the town
ship of Knrthnus.
At tho Turkey Hill school houso for tho town
Mi ip of Kimx.
At tho Court House in the borough of Clearfield
fur Lawrenco township.
At tho public school bouse for tba borough of
At the house formerly occupied by Thai. Ky
ler, fur Morris township.
At the public school house for the borough of
At tho house of Samuel Smith for the town.
ship of IVnn.
At the house of Isane 7loom jr., In the
ough of Curwcnsville for Piko township.
At tho house of R. W. Moore for the township
At tho houfo of John Whiteside for the town
ship of Woodward.
SOTICU IS IXHT1IEK HEREBY
(JiVliN, That all pers.'ns, except Justices ef
the Pence, w ho shall bold nny office o? nrpotnt
inent of trust, andor tho government of tho Uni
ted Slates cr of this State, or aany incorpora
ted district, whether a coininic.-iuned officer or
otherwise, a suhordinntu officer or agent, who l
or shull bo employed under tho Legislative, Ex
ecutive or Judicial Departments of this State or
or tho United States, or any city or inenrporatnj
district, and nlso that ovcry member of Congress
and of the State Legislature, or of tho common or
select council of any city, or commissioner of any
incorporated district, nre by law incapable of hol
ding or exorcising, nt the same time, tho office,
or appointment of Judgo, Inspeater, or olork of
any election of this commonwealth ; and that no
inspector, judge, or other officer of any such n
lection, shall lie eligible to nny nftico yoled for.
And tho Return Judgos of the respective dis
tricts aforsaid are requested to meet at the Court
houso, in the forongh of Clearfield, on the Firtt
AYi'rf.nnextnfterlhe said second Tuesday of Oo
tober, then nnd there to do those things required
of them by law.
;IVE"N under my hand and seal, at ClenrfielJ,
this 21st day of August, in the year of our Lord
one thnusnml eight hundred and sixty-one, and
of the Independence of the United cHates the
eighlv-fiftb. F. G. MILLER, Sheriff.
JAWKS T. LEONARD.
WM, A. WALLAI'K.
D. A. riilSIT
A. C. F1.1NKV
iianliiniT anb follrttion Mcc
LEONARD, FINNEY &Co.
C L E A K V I L 1),
CLEARFIELD QOUXTT, rA.
JBII.LS OL rXCHANUE, NOTKS ASII HHAtTS I'lSCOl'NTK-
I) positm iti:ti;i ei,
j Coft'H'i'piiJi made and proceed promptly remitted
Exchange on the Cities roiiHtantly
JfP Office on ?eccnd SL, nearly oppaslte th
r-. A. M. HILLS
T- wTVyftYl r- iSsV Proper attflntioo to
;-V'-X' ,ho PrI"r
Hme will be or great
' - "j-5" benefit to everyone
-"i--- in point of health,
comfort, nnd convenience.
lilt. Ill I.I.N cti t!-.ravt bo fonnd at his of
fice, on the corner of Front and Main streets,
w lie n no notice to the coutrary appears in this
Al operations la t.3 line of his professioni
performed in tlio latest and must improved
styles, and guaranteed fur ono year against ul!
V EW DRUG STORE
I TllO Subscribers IISVI) OpPPtd S f till And Com.
a jdele assortment .f DRUGS in iho new brick
building of Dr. Woods, on tho comer of Lecust
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j auu v,ihii i i
auu v.iLii ,'i.irvw, 111 1110 otFivuii v.T.iur.u,
where they will be happy to accommodate any
may desire articles in their line. !ne
ill be confined strictly to a
Druij and P. encription lUt.iiness,
And no pa ins will nc spared to render satisfaction.
Dr. M. Woons.tbe junior pnrtuer. may always
be found and consultod lu tho 'Hlrug Store,',
when not ubsent on professional business. A
separate room for eonsultatinn is attached to the
storo, where patients mny be exansnod privately,
1 Every article usually found in such an estab.
1 lislunciit will be kept on hand, and sold at greatly
' reduced prices,
1 Tr.HMii nrisn stiiiptlt Cira, will enable them
: to offer inducements in the way of prices
j Physicians will be supplied, at a smalt per
eentage over eost Slid ceiriags, snd tboir orders
are solicited. Every article sold will be pure an l
of h best quality.
feb6 tf WOODS A I1AKRETT.
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