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I lie m ri t n liis t;rn t ni"t l;iy in Iii
intellectual jiiimit, riml that tuint -t-ncia,
wliirli, ntUr all, cither mako or
mars tho pi eai Ikt There wns;t worl.l
f truth in tin' reply of (larrirk, the
coiiiiiH'ili.'iM, to tin c lergyman who
winhoil to know why uinlieiiee were
alloctoil to tears hy tictitiiiiH acting
upon tlio nt'te, while ,oii;;ivi;atiuiis
at in their pews uiniiovc'l ly thoreat
IrutliH ol'tho (inspel. (iarrirk's reply
was "Wo speak our ficliuii ns though
t wcro truth ; whilst you utter your
truth as if it wcro liotion."
Jii Kii;;laiul, tho low )l reader
in tho pulpit have not hoon ahovo ta
king lessons from ineiuborhoi' tho dra
matic iirol'ession. Jtiehurd Jones call-
oil "onucliU'll jonos ii rcuieu uoi
or is said to have made for liinisoll'
;i laro income in London.hy leaching
Knglie-h Clergymen how to read. We
care not how the art is acouirod. f
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,1 can ho done moro thoroughly by
taking instructions from actors than
from persons in any other profession,
wo 8eo nothing in this to object to.
Tho eccentric (lowland Hill once said,
ho would gladly accept :i contribution
for tho missionary cause from tho dev
il. Tho defective point in our theol
ogical institutions hero referred to
ought to bo remedied ; and tho denom
ination or individual who will move
intelligently in etl'ectiug this will do
Hcrvc tho thanks of church goes
through nil future generations.
The Contrast. Every man owe
a debt to tho society, in which ho is
born, llo receives at his birth tho
virtue, tho intelligence and the prosper
ity of that society as his patrimony
it is the natural right rich or poor,
ho inherits this ; and ho is hound to
uso it as not abusing it ; ho is hound
whilo ho lives not to reduce its stan
dard j but rather to increase it j that
when ho dies ho shall bequeath to so
ciet' a higher standard of morals than
he found when entering therein.
But, alas ! how many forget this ob
ligation ? Some men live entirely for
sell'; they never perform an act that
docs not benefit self, they are con im
crs not producers of'human happiness.
Look out upon society, seo these
bloated monsters who have gorged
themselves upon tho public stock of
human happiness, -without adding a
moiety to increase the general store.
They build their mansions from mate
rials collected by other hands ;and like
tho ever thirsty leech drain the life
blood ol society to strengthen sclt.
Such men never perform their work
the field that they cultivato is a mo
Thoro are other men who I'mio to ben
efit the world they aro producers of
human happiness, the world fools the
warm pulsations of their hearts, and
when tliey die it inoyrns as did l)avid
for his loved Jonathan.
II ow great this contrast ! With one
it is my farm, my house, m' goods,
myself ; with the other it is our coun
try, society, the world. One is like
the earth-worm that bores the ground,
and with introverted eye gazes on it
self and the little sod over which it
crawls. Tho other is like the noble
bird of passage which soars to tho
skies,and gazes upon each hemisphere,
and cheers every land with its hcav
culy song. . P. Spaulding.
The Piffefif.nck. Suppose wo per
ceive a number of children phrying
together in the street, wo could not
without previous knowledge, deter
mine who aro their parents, or where
are their homes. But lot one of them
receive an injury, or got into any trou
ble, rind wo learn w ho aro his parents
for ho immediately runs to them for
relief. Thus it is with tho Christian
and tho man of tho world. "While we
observe them together, pursuing tho
same circumstances, wo may not al
ways be able at onco to distinguish
them. But let afflictions come upon
them, and we arc no longer at a loss.
Tho man of tho world seeks relief in
earthly comforts, while tho Christian
llics to his heavenly Father, for his
refuge and support in tho day of trou
ble. Do you know any-thing of this,
my reader ?
How To Beau Trouble. Wo must
learn of Christ how to bear trouble.
Wo must bear it as ho bore it. And
how did ho bear it ? "Who, for the joy
that was set before Him, endured the
cross, despising the shame, and is set
down on the right hand of tho throne
of God. For consider Him that en
dured 6iich contradiction of sinners
against Himself lesi ye bo wearied
and faint in your minds. Ye havo not
yet resisted unto blood, striving a
gainstsin. And ye have forgotten the
exhortation which speakcth unto you
as unto children, 'lly son despiso not
thou tho chastening of tho Lord, nor
faint whom thou art rebuked of Him ;
fhr when the Lord loveth lie chasten-
eth, and scourgeth every son whom
llo teceivrtU "
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tlife f.unre, i i i i nn nn
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Over lliri" tel n l 1i' tlmn Ihri'ti moMln Jl
pent f 'f ' I'1"'" I f -h liitrrtinn.
tuir'sui netic"-' H"t icilinn Cllneii Are In-
rleil f'ir 12 n ynr.
Alrrlliniiitii m t iurkt I with lie nmiiler of
ncrlii n(i ilenire'l, ttlll rmlinuel until fnrliid
ml elmrj;ii iiernrillr.K to th.'KO tfrtm.
An extensive stork of .Jobbinp mntrrin
Piuiblrs tlm Publisher of the " Jtt'puhlirnn'
to mi iimu ro to the ullic that ho i prepa
red to io ill Ainds of
l'(.riiiH, P&vrJT-irs, rnoiiitAMVF.H,
I'.i.AHXn, rrm Boon, t:ineii..Rs,
L.U.EI.S, Ball TtrxF.ru, Hamhui.i.s,
nivlevoiy itind of printing usually done
in i country cb oie.
All orders will bo execute I with no-it-ii
oss mid donnnteh.
(J. 1). (JOODIjAXDEU t CO.
Tlnio of Holding Court.
Pooond Muniliiy of Jauunry,
Tliiril Momlay of Mnn h,
Tliird Mmuliiy of June,
Fmirlh .Monday of Si'I'Ii'IiiIht,
In ouch your, und continue two weeks If no
ecKPnry. C'lmnty Olllrcrs.
l'rcn't JudOpllon. Siimiiol liinn. lU'lli'fontB.
As'to Judjjv lion J,l).TliiiiiiiKon,C'iirwi'nsvillo.
lloll. JlltlK'S I'llllOlll, 1'oiukI.
Slier. IT, Kdivard t'erk.", C'loarllold
l'rotliii(itury,Ji'lin C'ultlc, "
lie?. A Itec. Jiiint's W'i i K 1 " . "
Diiitr'n t Att'y Holicrt J. Wnlliioo, "
Trimnurer, (1. 11. (loodlanuur,
C. Survnyor, M, IS, Wright,
Coinniisii'u'rs, Win. Murrull,
S. C, Thoiuiison,
Auditorii, 11. C. llowrinan,
J. 11. Shaw,
C. S. Wurro!l,
Coroner, .1. W. l'otter,
Co. bupt. Jes.se Bruiiuil,
A''ii'' ii'. O. Xitmm i". .1
tl. W. Calwel
T. A. MUheo
J. W.Ca-r.5 in
1 li. Miller
J. E Watson.
It. II. Moure.
O- f. Sloppy,
J e (fori on Lies,
New Washington j Win. Fealh.
llurnside, Jus Jle.uurray
M. A. Frank
Cur wens ville, turwensville,
1'. A. dunlin.
J F W Sehnarr
T. W. Fleming.
Elk county, Pa.
A. B. Shaw
T. H. Furcce.
A. li. I'x,
C. J. I'usey.
M. O. Stirk.
J, W. Thomps'n
J. C. Itrenner,
II. W. Spencer,
A. C. Moore,
Helen l'oft Office,
t Thil font Office will do for Chest towunhip
f ill answer lor ierguson lowiump.
1-YS Ihe entire cost lor Tt'lTION in the
1 most popular and successful CO.MM liRCIAL
.SCHOOL in the cuuntry. L'liwnrds of Twblve
HrxmiKD young men, from twkntv-eight differ
ent States, havo been educated for business here
within the past three years, some of whom have
been employed as BOOK-KEEPERS at salaries
immediately rpon Rradnaling, who knew nothing
of accounts, wlien they entered tne ioiiege,
-tY-Minister'aconi half price.
Students enter nt any time, and reyiew when
tbev nlease. without extra chnreo,
For Catalogues, Specimens of Penmanship, nnd
View of the COLLEGE, enclose fivo letter stamps
to JENKINS & SMITH,
May 15, 61. 1y. Pittsburgh, Pa.
W. M. 31 I LLl.Ol Cill,
Oflire in ;raliam'n Itrirk IJullding.
July 3d. 1S01 tf.
pn?ifr cc bummer
AT THE CIIKAr CASH STOKE.
I am just receiving and opening a carefully
selected stock of Spring and Summer goods
ol almost every description,
A txuuwlul asrorliuent of Prints und Lress
goods, of Iho newest and latest styles. Also a
great variety of useful notions.
J)liV-GU()J)S AND NOTIONS.
Ilats and Caps,
Loots and Shoes, a large quantity,
Drugs and Mtdicines,
Oil and Paints,
Carpet 4 Oil Cloths.
G R OCEUIES,
Fish, Bacon and Flonr,
Mackerel in J J and ( barrels,
of the best quality, all of which will be aold at
the lowest cash or ready pay prices.
My old friends and the public generally, are
respectfully invited te call.
SryvS. B. All kinds of fffAVA'and approved
COVSTRY PJIODVCE taken in exchange id
Cloarfleld, Jane 29 ISfll. WM, F. IRWIN.
Or.ERT J. WALLACE, Attsrmt at La
, Clearfield, Pa., Offioe in 6UWa Bow, oj)
onie the Journal efic.
tlsc. t, U8. tt
,s : n iVf; ma chine.
vmrKs run $40 to fro.
The HOl'DOlll SKWINU MACHINE, an en-
grnvlnjt of which Is here represented, has now
bceomo a reeognHeil ravorite wherever It1
has been Introduced, and is, beyond question,1
the best, as well as tho handsomest, low-priced
Sewing .vnienin now oeiore ine pulilie.
No. I. A small and very neat Machine for
Ne. 2. A large Machine for quilting keavy
work and for Plantation use.
This Machine is much admired fur Its simplici
ty, nnd for its reliability nnd durability it is un
surpassed. A child twelve years can tub it with
ease i and yet it will sew from tho coarsest cloth
.1. - a . I?.-:..- a1!..... I .. .... i i.i. ,.t .
TO inO Illll'fl DfflH. A1141IU in till VrOUlllO Ul IW", , , , .
winding the thread, as it is taken fro... the spools. urinK 11,9 Pl,t y6nr wo ,inve introduced to
It has no belts to givo trouble, and will run he notice of tlia nieilioal profession of this couu
backwards as well as forwards, and still sows trv ti10 Mr, Crytnlited Chloride Propylamine
equally perfect, and without danger of breaking
needles. It runs by friction, and by closing the
box over it, it I. thrown out of gear. Infact, It EM ROY FOH HHIill.MATISM;
wo have nohesitutioa in recommending it as tho and having recoived from many sources, both
best family Sewing Machine in use. ;frou ,,hy8icil,n, of tu0 highest standing nnd
The Mowing JmiuM Awarded the above . pilli(!ntfli the
. . ' . . 'SlnstflattciinsTcstimoiiIalsoflt real value
At the hair or Uio rranK.in institute, J5SS
tho First Proinium.
At the Pennsylvania State Fair, nt Philudel-
ph ia, September 24, lSiU, tho First Premium
A 4 ll.a l.nnai. vtn , Ntnlii li inr l..t it nt W vn
ming, lSCtl a Silver Modal.
For tho best Double Thread Machine, nt Lan-
easter County Fair, hold October, 1S59 a Silver,
At tho Maryland Stato Fair, held at the Mary
land Insti'ute, Ualtiuiorc, Md., Oetcber, 1859,
under strong competition, a Silver Modal was '
awarded to this Machine
At tho New Castlo County Fair, held nt Wil
mington, Delaware, October, 185U a Diploma.
Tho above Machines are manufactured by
CIIAKLES V. HOW I. A Ml,
No. V20 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
No. 801 Market Street, Wilmington, Del.
S. 1). HA K Eli,
,,mi-111 Vd A rcli Street. PhiliiilelnhSn.
jrPersons wishing to see the above Maebino
in operation, can do so by calling at the resi
dence of D. W. Moore, in Clearfield borough.
Wnkc up! Wake up!
BLACKSMITH I THE subscriber res
pectfully informs his friends and the public
generally, that ho is new well e .iblisbod in bis
NEW SHOP on Pine street, o,posito the Town J
Hall, in tho borough of Clearfield, and upon hi .
own hook, nnd w here lio is prepared to do all
work in Ins lino in the very best style, and on
tbo shortest notice. His old custorers are res-1
poctfjilly nelteil not to forget him, and any num-Lf.c
her ol new ones are respectlully invited to ewe
him a trial.
KDHK TOOLS. His reputation as a Maker
nnd Repairer of Edge tools should of itselfsecure
him a liberal patronage.
April 24, 1801.tr.
GLEN-EC IIO MILLS,
cCAI.LUM & Co.,
MAX 1 FACT USERS,
Importers, and Wholesale Dealers in
CAH I'UTixts, I) it ii t; (; i: T s
OIL CLOTHS, MATTIXGS, f.,
Warehouse. Ko. ;j0'J Chestnut Street,
(Opposite Stato House,)
ILdUttlharf'BlSraH' Id a t & 1
CLEABFIKI.D COUNTY, PA.
WILLIAM REEP, Trnpritior.
july 10, 1S61. ly.
IDA N 1 EL GOODL AN D EU,
TIJSTK E of tho peace
Lulhersbiirg, Clearfield Co. Pa.,
will attend promptly to all business entrustoa
to re.ua sin, March 2S, 1800. y. pd.
MOOKE & ETZViLER,
"I7"liolesale and Hetail Meichant. Also
extensive dealers in timber, sawed lurad
ber nnd shingles. Also, dealers in fiour au
grain, which will be sold cheap for cash. ,
Oct. H, 1859. I
rpYRONE CITY HOTEL. .
Col. A. T. OWENS, Proprietor, j
Respectfully announces to the travelling public
ounces to the travelling puouc
tbtt ho has now taken charge or tins large and
well known house, nnd will conduct it in such a
mnnner as will render exreneni comion unu mi,
satisfaction to all who may favor him with a
,1 . c 1 r..-
ATTORNEY AT LAM', will attend promptly
and faithfully to all legal business
his enre. in the several Court of
OfErt the one formerly cenpiei by
Oct. 2f.th, IS5 ly
UK CI.KAKKIKLD ACADEMY will
boepenedfor the roception of pupils (male
and females) on Monday Sept. 2d, 1 801.
Term per Session of Eleven Week:
Orthnrrni.h v. Reading. Writinir. Primary
Arilhmelie and Ueogrnpby, 1 50
Higher Arithmetic, English Grammar, I
tocography and History, 8 00 J
Algebra, tieometry, Natural Philosophy, I
nil llmik Keeninp. 4 (10
Latin and Greek Languages, 6 00
To students desirous of acquiring a thorough '
English Edncalion, and who wish to qnal fy
themselves for Teachers, this Institution offer,
(iesirablo advantages. (
No cunil received for lcjis than half a session, ,
and no deduction cade except for protracted
Tuition to be paid at the close nf the term.
C. B. 6ANDF0RD, Principal,
Clearfield, Aug. 7.1S61. ly.
J7LOUR, BACON, TOBACCO,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
SALT, OILS, TAINTS, I GROCERIES,
jiarFor ale very chonp for Cash, by
O. B. MERRELL,
Id basement of Merxell & Bigler's Store,
Clearfield, Pa. feb-27.
LIQI'ORM for Medicinal purposes Brandy
Port and Phony Wine, VecUr Whiskey md
tit Initio t ijtMMitV,
C.,HrM ll )
il 1 1t R hoMlt M'lHSIt flfiVltW,
I ill lint' IS )
I-iiir Vr-iMisn,n nKvii-.iV,
h-iaAt'kWO"!iHKMMit:hilll M A 0 A 1 1 ft K
T K It il . . nr finmiin.
Fnf uny nn f itit four lievi, .i no
f'cf ny two (f Hie f,mr fti't lewii, no
For n three tif the fniir ltelei, T
K"r ll'f"iir of Hi Hclew, $ on
1'nr Mm kwoml'ii .Mnirnrlne, H 00
Kr lllnrkwnnd und nn Hetlew, ( 00
For IHiii'kwiind nd tito Hevlewf, 7 00
For llliiekwond mid three lterleup, HO I
For Illaokwond nnd tli four Heviewii, 10 00 J
N. II. The prlee In Orent llrltnin fur tho five
; Periodicals nhnve-iinmod is f .11 per ntinuiu.
LEONARD FCOTT A Co.,
mnrl3-6m & t Gold Street, New York,
n tho treatment of this painful and obsti
nate diseaso, wo are Induced to prosont it to tho
public in a form READY FOR IMMEDIATE
USE, which we hopo will commend itsolf to those
wu are uring witn tnis mulcting complaint,
and to tlio modienl practitioner who may feel
disposed to tost the powers of this valuablo rein-
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in the fwrm abov
spoken of, has recently been oxtonsively cxperi
uiented with in tho
and witn MARKED SUCCESS (as will appear
from the published accouuts in tbo medical Jour,
:f-It is carefully jmt up ready fur immedi
ate uso, with full directions, and can be obtained
from all the druggists at 75 cents per bottle, and
nt wholosale of DULLOCK A CRENSHAW,
Druggists and Manufacturing Chemists, .
June26,61tf. ' Philadelphia
CLEARFIELD STONE WARE TOTTERy..
Thankful for past favors and solicittous of fu-
tiire pntronngo. I would respectlully announce
that 1 have on hand again, and will constantly
keen at the Potterv in this borough, on the cor-
ner a short distance east of the Methodist Church,
a lrgo stock of Crockery ,juch ns Cream crocks,
milk pans, Chums, Jugs, Jars, Stove pipe casing
rfc. ; uad also an extensive assortment oi
1 different sires and patterns of brackets and
rosettes for cornice on houses, and other moul
dings. Any mouldings not on hand will be made to
outer on sliurt notice. Also tire brick made
and kept for sale.
T-CCK liberal reduction on prices nude U
wholesale dealers. F. LEITZINUER.
- Clearflold, may 23, 1 S61 . ly.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ! ! ! !
The undersigned has now on band, at his Fur
niture Rooms on Market St., Clearfiold, Pa., a
short distance west of Litz's Foundry, a largo
CHAIRS OF ALL K1SD!,
manufactured out of the b:st matcrialr, finished
n a very superior manner, and which he will sell
LOW FOR CASH, His long experience in the
business makes Liin feel confident that bis chairs
arc made in a substantial and w orkmanlike man
ner, and will stand the test of trial. Persons
wishing te purchase chain should cail at once
and got them while they can be had at the lowest
rales. J U1N TR0UTMAN.
NEW REMEDIES FOR
SPERMAT O R K II 03 E A .
Eow Aim A'Sociatios, PniLAiiKLrniA, A flea
cvnlrtit Institution c1tihlihvd hy nyrtiul En
((Wmcnf, fur th rrliif of the Sick nnd Itintrtnufd,
afflicted irith Violrnt and Chronic Din-atr; nnd
cipecially fur the Curt of Dineatc of the Srxual
Ory ii .
Medical Advice given gratis, by the Acting
Vai.uabi.k rf.pdrts on Spcnratorrhn-a, and
other diseases of the Sexual Oignns, and on the
latw nriiKiiir.s emnlovcd in the Pisnensarv, sent
in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Two
.. s ..,, fl)r r,,, neccntal.le. Address
I)K j gKIIX(: Hot c.nTox, Howard Association,
g Ni h , Philadelphia. 2tny ly.
JAUrn T. LBOMARn.
WM, A, WA1.LAC.
P. A. FIHNKT
A. C. riNKET
Jianhinn anb (Collation Met
LEONARD, FINMEY &Co.
CLEA R F I L I),
CLEARFIELD COUNTY, rA.
JBILLS OLEXCBA(GR, WOTKS AWD pn AFT niSCOt'KTE
I) POlTS KECEIVEI),
Collettiont made and proceed promptly remitted
Eirhauge 011 the Cities constantly
aSrOfEce on Seeend St., nearly opposite the
Justice of the peace
Luthcrsburg, Clearfield Co, Pa., will
attend promptly to all business entrusted tehis
care. April 4, 1861.
IK. H. LARHIMKR.
T AKKIMFJt & TKST, Attorhyi at Law
v a, (i, a ,,, w - - v .... j
ri.,.u,l p. will tlhJ nromntlv to Col
ii.i.h. T..4 Arenelei. Ac. Ac. in Clearfield
Centre and tm counties. uj .
REED. WEAVER k CO.
MERCHANTS, and extensive dealer In
all kind" f LUMBER, GRAIN, and country pro
duce. Store on SECOND btrcot, CleaiSled Ta.
Deo. 4, 1861.
J. D. THOMPSON,
Blacksmith, Wagons, Buggies, Ac., Ac, ironed
on hort nctice, aad the very best style, at hi
id eund in the borough of CurwensvUle.
Dj. .2. 18C0.
Superior SHAWLS, CLOAKS,
and TALMAS for sale at
CITY TRICES, call and ee them at ;
Jao.fi,. H. W SMITH Co'a. I
Price villi I It miner nml 1 Viler,
THIS MACHINE HAS A T0INT OF
Stitching, nemminir. and Felling with
a Dingle l bread.
It forma a Hat, even, nnd elastic seam, which
is WARRANTED not torip in wear, even if the
seam is cut at frcmieiil intervals, and also under
all rireumslanees "to si kvivk ma wash TIB
A Patented device of great utility to learners,
prevents tho possibility nf the machine bomg
run in the wrjng direction, or the bn'auee wheel
wearing n lady's dress.
Another featuro which deserve particular at
ten tion Is
xm'Tiik Wacox Patknt N skulk c.tuxoT bk
Two thousand stitches, or two yards of work
can lie Uouo in ono minute without dropping a
Theso machines, so simplo and necurnto in
their construction, supersede the uso of tho shut
tle j and with ono thread produce all the practi
cal results of the two thread machines. ; and
moro, for those fell without bus ting,and hem the
finest muslin without puckering.
Although nt about half tho price of tho other
first class machines, they will accomplish doub
le the sewing ill a given time
"It is einphutitiilly (he good, low-priced Fam
ily oncing Mnc In no Unit tho public have long
been waiting for." Iloston Transcript.
"It is indeed a wonderful production, und for
family uso especially, no other will bear nny
comparison witu it.", Philadelphia Evening
"A mcchanicul wonder." SeientiCo Ameri
"Among tho best and most serviceable Sowing
Machinos. Light and elegantly finished, and
,,, ,10 I,,.,, uiu n rvcum "-
most impossible lor 11 to
get out of repair."
"Has combined with its own peculiar merits
all tbo really valuable improvements of the high
er priced machines." Pcnnsylvanian.
"This machino, in the opinion of llio commit
tee, fills moro nearly' tho requirements of u per
fect family machine than nny on exhibition."
Franklin Institute Exhibition lie pur t of 1 S 58.
"Taking into consideration simplicity, cheap
ness, durability, nnd doing all work, the commit,
toe were unanimously in favor of the Wilcox fc
UibbsasB singlii thread machine." Pennsylva
nia Mate Agricultural Society a Report.
"Wo must, in justice, ciprcsa our confidence
in the morits of the Wilcox A (Jibbs Sewing Ma
chine. We consider that a great desideratum
has been supplied by it, in proving, beyond
doubt, that two threads nre not, us was su po
sed necessary to a good instrument." Christian
Advocate und Journal, June 21, U'OO. 1
"Wc have one of these machines in use, nnd
think more highly of it than of any of the num
ber we have tried." Richmond Whig. j
The undir.-igncil, Mi .-iomiry to Cdi-tniuinj.
pie, has rxuuiiacd more thau twenty diflcr six
kinds of Sew ing Machines, imd after soimui.t,
weekf experience with Wilcox X (iibbs' PuJap- !
ho has puuhused one of them, ns the best alcatt
ted to iho wants of his family, and ns lie cut
liable to require repair. OLIVER CRAXL". ;
notion, July 3, lSf.O.
The undersigned, during eighteen months las
hnd in almost constant use, in his family Wil-
cox 4 Oibbs Bewin-i Machine, unon whieh him
been made the clothes of his large family, from
muslin to pilot cloth including the clothing re
quired for his several boys : and in no ease have
the scums failed, although in bard Service. The
machine now in use in his family has required
no repair, and is in nil respects, well appointed,
eflieieut and durable.
JACOll CII1CKERIXO, Eoston.
j?-Send for a Circulur.ijf
I AM KM WIl.COX, Manufacturer.
No. 5tM ltro::dvay, Xew York,
pOposite St. Xicholaj Eotel.
October III, 1SG1. tf. j
NEW GOODS ! !
J. r. Kratzer lias just reeeivvd a general as
sortment f Kail and Winter
Delaines, Cashmeres, llcps.Moniios, Aipaeeus.
Prints, Coburgs, (! inghams, Ducals, Chintz
Silks, Muslins, Cloths, Cussiuicrs. Tweeds, Sat
inets, Flannel, Drilling, Linens, Crash, Cloaks,
CL O THING,
Over Coals, Dress Coats, Business C.nts,Pi nts,
Vests, Shawls, Vndvr Shirts, Drawers, Xecktice,
Fino Linen Shirts, Dyron Colurs, Chokers, Cra
vats, Huts, Caps, Fine Calf Doots, Heavy Kip
,rv N (rS "4 1 'S ? .
1 V M
Coffee, Teas, Molasses, Sugars, Salt, Candles,
Flour, Iiacon, ffvrup, Candies. Rice Ppices. Kss.
of Coffee, Pulverized Sugar, lllaek Tea, Irtnrch,
Soda, Sperm Candles, Salcratus, Crackers, Uine,
Hardware if Quccnsicarc.
Nails, Spikes, Forks, Spades, Shovels, Scyths,
Saws, Planes, Axes, Augers, Smoothing Irons,
Meat Cutters, Knivej A Forks, Butcher Knives,
Scissors, Ten Knives, Steelyards, Tea Setts,
Nubias, Hoods, Gloves, Hosiery, Collars. Hoop
Skirts. Balmoral Skirls, Bonnets, Hibbons.F low
ers, Plumes, Bonnet Frames, Kuehes, Laces,
Braid, Binding, Zephyr, Yarn, Fringe, Trim
. C LOTUS,
FLO WEI IS,
iiiasjv!;u jj-L)iAU yyiji
Oil-cloth, Buckets, Brooms, I mbrollas, Bask
ets, School Books, Wall Paper, Rafting Hope,
Coach Varnish, Mors, Curled Hair, Coach Trim
mings, Velvet. Plush, Cotton, Tape, Coal-Oil,
Linseed-Oil, Jperm-Oil, Glass, Ac.
AH of which will be sold on the most reasona
ble terms for Cash, or approved couulry pro
duce. Clearfield, Nov. 27,
r-w . . a. k. t k tl .-V ta 1l
THOMAS J. M'CL"M.or;ll,
Attorney at I. aw.
Ofiice on Market street, opposite Mossop's Eton
Clearfield, Ta, Will attend promptly to Collec
etions Sale of Lands, Ac. botih
I'IiOUR of west quality always kept on hand
' for casb or In exchange for Grain, Lumber or
Shingles, by MERRELL A B1GLER.
"Jan. 1S,'M. '
S MM H
M1 Mil Mil,
li i; y
It'UM'H VI I I Mi ui,h NK".
M'lMV'l SnliK Miij-iM
And lie b. . . . in-, n n.r , ,
ffi.rd r rliii. ti ' t il. im ml, h i,,..,. , '"
l.'ii.nelal l"i,.. m entn t ' "
.m!mi k lAi.i i nn
C'.mplMrlr l.'4lf..Jlt.(( net Inlhl ,.f it' B
ali'i'tl'liig and rin.n,irg a lBiniiti ' '
A SWl l.l I'l lAn, ' "","
to all who milt 4i r if ii n n. v., . ., .
or Vol Ml .11 MUM I '!
A l',t HUHAI'll, ,,h
hi iild dilar npl'ljlng tills r.jhi.lv f,. ,
eeitain cure, and is apprised M re,',,,,,-,,' '
by etery physician uudir whose imii,. , "
been brought ' " l
A HA I) HUE A Til
is anrffenre for whirh there is no eiin.. .1. ,
Dr. Wm.H.llunlV Mouth WaS
can he procured.
Many persons carry with them b,,J v,ri.
greatly to the nnnoynnre ami nrien to tht Ji,
gust of those with whvm they enuie in cunturi'
without being conscious ofthe fmt. To reliv
voursclf from all fears regarding thi
USE lr. WM. II U IM 'S MuUTII WASH
Cleanliness of the innuth is of great imp.irtnnce
to the general health, which is olien 5vrl(l,uDil
not unlrfiuenlly seriously impaired, tlirti'nelj
want of proper attention to Ibis subject
USE Mi. Wji. II UK I 'S MOUTH WASH.
PreparcJ nt Dr. Hurd's Dental office, Nv, 7X
Fourth Slreet, lii'opklyn, K- 1).
Price 37 Onts Per Bottle.
A liberal discount :nndo toilealers,
ADDUDSS PRINCIPAL 0ITTCK, TPini'Xf
lil'II.DIXtiS, Nn.l, PPRl'CE ST, NEW YORK
Sold in Philadelpliia by Dyol i Co., 212 .oriti
2d slreet; O. Jlubbell, 1 110 Clietuut etiect.
and by nil Druggists.
)K. WILLIAM 15. HURD'S
This powder possesses the
cauhomc wiTiiorr ruEix-inn.
O US EFFKL T.S OF ( 11 A .' 'UAL.
futiil is frre frinn nl!ii..,l, nr nlL,.li... ,ltnt u 1..
, the least injure the teeth.
j Its netiou being entirely mecliniiical-p..li-li-
ing wiinout wearing tlie eiiHiuel.
-(1)r VVn j. T()0)h j,,
is recommended by all Eminent Dentists. Pre
pared at Dr. Hurd's Denial ofliee, No. "7 1'ourlli
Street llrooklyn, E, D.
Price -5 Cents per Tox.
A liberal discount m i l,, to deulers.
Addri'SH J'riiu-ijial Oflico, Trilnnm
llu ild i 11 4tk, 'o.l Sjiruoi' St. K. York.
Sold in Philadelphia by Dvot ,( Co., 2T1 Norll.
2dstreot: U S. Hubbell, 1110 Cliesinit street,
nnd by ull Druggists.
It. WILLIAM B. Ilt'liirs
Villi THK CI UK OF
T O O T IL A (' II
prediiced by cxpm-.'d nerves.
Iii; p.iitieiil.ir'y a 1 '.o'el tja'.lcs
Urcii afllii te.l witli
T U T H A (' II 1
Parents c.-.n rel ! tbenife've
of that di.-
trc-siii wenrine- e.i is I bv
loss of si. r. i' r ,
and their chiMr.n from great sufl'eiin
keeping a bottle of
Dr. lirni)ST()()THA('III': DIIOI'S
about tbo bouse. Prepared at Dr. llunl'i Irn
tal Office, Xo. 77 Fourth Slreet, iir ioklvn. K. D.
IVicC, Olllv l'J LVlltS PIT 15 )tll('.
A liberal iliseount m a le (,i ileaicr.
AiMiTts l'liiiciii:.! Oilier. 'I'rili.. l.iiiM
in's, No. 1. SpriK-c St. -rv Vi'i'l;
Sold in Phibi.klphiii by Dy .1 t C ... 2 X Till
2.1 street : O. S. HuMioli, lll'i Che-niit .-tr. 11.
and by all druists.
. WILLIAM IJ. HL'KD'S
j NKi:i.L(;iA I'LASTKI.'S.
j r o it t 11 1: c t n 1: 11 i'
I !T K 3J E: A fstl S A.
j or Toiithaeho produeed bv rulds.
;l o c a l n : v k a l ; i a
I is iiniii"diiitely cured by their aj'j'lieatien.
; They act like a charm and are pcr.VctW Varin
: less in their nature ; do not produce a l,ii-u r.itn 1
, leave no unph annt r-'i't4.
l)r. Win. 15. llunl's -Nt iiniliu lM;iti rs
; never f.iil t.. give Mtisfacti'.u to ull who test
uicir ,iriur. iici.irei4 ui uv. num a xeiuiii
Ofiice, Fourth ptruot, llrooklyn E. D.
I'rict', only 1," ('cuts oacli.
A liberul discount made to dealers.
AdJiYKS riincijial Ullico, Trib.. Huil.l
iriiM, No. 1, Siruce st. N. York.
Sold in Philadelphia by Dvot .1 Co., 2:!2 Xortli
2d strict ; O. S Hubbell, UIU thesnut street,
and by all Draggists.
KonrE. We are daily receiving orders to sonJ
by mail sctne oho or moro of Dr. Ilurd's Dental
Remedies, wuicli we car.not nil. Aone are muiln-
ble except the Neuralgia Plaster, which wo send
in an envelope on receipt of Price li cents and
one stamp. Uut to accommodate persons in pla
ccs where the dau;;i:-tf and storekeepers are be
hind the age, we havo put up pitekaje in white
cnibo.-scd boxes, ; seven inches by four, with coin
partnienrs e h box containing a bottle of l'r.
Hurd's Month Wii.-h, and Tin tli Ache Props, a
box of Tooth Powder, tbo Neuialgia Plaster, and
a valuable little'treatise on Teeth nn 1 their Dis
eases, tho best means of preserving them an I Im
proper treatment of CUili.rcns Tcelli, worth of
itself the entire cost to every young man or wo
man, or parents with young t hildrcn, with snmlrv
other neeessaiy articles ; price per package ON K
DOLLAR, or fix packages for five dollars, sent by
express as directed. As the express charge is
not mui'h, if any, more on a doren than on one, it
isfarcheaper to order six or a doren packages at
one t'liie. A large facily will want nil, or the
surplus can be disposed of to neighbours with
public benefit, forau ono can estimato how rr.ueh
pain, suffering, unhappiness, nnd disfigurement,
expense, hiss of timo and mone) would be saved
to tho country if cvory family to day had one ef
these paekaga.-, whieh, in itself, is a complete ct
of Dental licmedies. Address Wm. Ii. II I'll I A
Co. Tribune buildings, Now York, and write
name and address plainly. Thut remittances may
be made with confidence, W. Ii. II. d- Co. refer to
the Mayor of llrooklyn, to (J. (irifhth, President
of the Farmers' and Citizens' Hank, llrosklyti ;
to tho Editor of tbe American Manufactures t,.
itte: to Joy, Cue r Co., Publishers Agents, A,
York ; to P. T. liarnntn, Esq-, who knows a good
thing when he sees it, and who has already order-,
ed a second supply, eto.
1(MM Aeiitt Wanted !
To intruduce Dr. Hurd's Dental Remedies into ev-.
ery county. Men or women who want to make
money quickly, can do better with tbee articles
than anything in market. They are new, useful,
low prii-ed. and we are spending thousands in ad
vertising them for the benefit of agents. Loxes
of samples, containing a dmenof the ojio dollar
paekanej above speeiuod will he aont, on receipt
of SEVEN DOLLARS, about U'.f prie-, t. any
person wishing to test his or her skill with the
view of becoming an agent. They can be sold in
adav, T"We would ralher psy salaries than
Commiion to those who prov themselves EF
sP-Now it the time to go into business, c at
address find references see above. ?
rpWO NEW ONE IIORfK FLEIGII3 for
y sale by REED, WEAVER A C.