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CiKOROK B. (jOODLANDKR., 'Bditor.
Wednesday MoiujMJ::Aiig. ISGO.
Democratic State Ticket.
Of Berks comitv.
Democratic County Ticket.
T. 2. SIcCCLLOUGIl, of Clearfield.
( ul'jeol to the action of I lie Disti ict cosvcnliuii.)
FOB ASSOCIATE JUDGES.
JACOH AVIL1IKLM, of Graham.
SAMUEL CLYDE, of Lawreuec.
HENRY STONE, of Clearfield.
JOHN A. L. PLEtiAL, of Goshen.
The Great Convention.
It was our extreme pleasure to be
present and witness the proceedings
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of the great rc-mnon convention held
in the Wigwam, at 1 hiladelphia, on
tliol-lth, l.rith ii nd Ifith, inst., compos
ed of delegates from lib' States, 9 Ter
ritories and the District of Columbia
numbering nearly 1,400. The Wig
wam Was prepared tO KCat 15,000 JKT-ioot
sons, but it became so crowded on the
last duy, that every aisle and passage
way was filled up by persons standing,
and it was estimated by the Superin
tendent that at 12 o'clcik there were
At last 18,000 in the enclosure, one
third of whom were ladies, and we are
satisfied that their was an equal num
ber outside. The- oldest convention
goers declared it to be the greatest as
eemblago ever wongregatcd on this
continent. The tea of human faces
Snside the building, was as orderly and
quiet during the proceedings, as' we
ever saw u crowded Church gathering,
except when the applause came in.
Major General John A. Dix, of New
York, was temporary Chairman, and
Hon J. H Doolittle, U. S. Senator
from Wisconsin, was made the perma
nent officer. The Delegates, like the
officers, were the best men in their
respective sections. Our count)' may
Tvcll bo proud of her representation
Ex-Gov. Bigler, Hon. James T. Leon
ard James 15. Graham and John W.
Wright, Esqs two Democrats and two
rtcpublieans. A resolution was adopt
ed authorising tho Chairman and
secretary to prepare a correct copy
tof the proceedings and have them
published in pamphlet form for gen
eral destribiition. Wc tako the fol
lowing appropriate remarks in nf
ferenco to tho proceedings from the
Ttnltimorc Shh :
"The fir.-t auspicious blending of pa
triotio opinion and nentiment of l'hil-;oiie
ndelphia gave to our common conn-j
try its Declaration of Independence.
.Another assemblage of the delegates
of the people nt thcsnniecity promul
gated tho Constitution of the I'nited
States. A third gathering has crow n-
,1 II. 1. ,1. ..I'll... -C.l I .,, 1.,. ., 1
IU lUUIIll'1'13 Wl llHV llini LHO I'l ll llllllll fi . .. .
, , rf ., - . itieary, beems to have as little resiiect
inious tleclaratinn oJ the principles! " 1
and iirpose.s with which n reunited jfor tri,lh u 1,0 f("' the peace har-
peojilc have resolved to perpetuate ' mony and Union of these states. We
tho heritage of representative govern-' take the following extract from the
incut. A solemn pled-e of reconcilia- ,llndo , . lho j,CI.0 ()f iIai.K.rs
tion and complelo foririveness of the I T' .1-1 .1 r. 1
past has heen given and re. eived. Wl.ol'1' nt lork' 011 11,0 0l,"nsla"
fhall doutit its sincerity ? A solemn jvi
pledge of feilltv t') the Constitution I 'M'heu I look aroand this assemblage and feol
.,,,l ., .n.i.,.,1 'lT;,. I ,.., ..... 1 1 that around me are follow soldiers who hava
and a restored I n.0.1 lias l.cen made. , korno arm, .itl, nie frum tho , b,llle of 1!ull
hu Khali (fare question tlie faith thus ( Hun, not one or two Inn a regiment as was the
plighted upon the altar of tho COini-, 'o at H.irTifburg, a few days ago, shysters and
1 ry f A purpose to vindicat e and tin-; C"VT,'U: "'' to-p""! tu.n.er.-i know
1 1 1 .1 r 1 x 1 - -i ,B fuet, for I have dnvcu Ihcin from tha
hold the fundamental principles ol rmynusrir. They say they are going to elect
OUT represenintivo System has heen Iliestr I'lyiner. 1 hava uothing to sey againat
luinounccd. "Who shall say that the jh"" l"""y
American people will not ratify the This i8 tho language of Gen. Geary,
pledges, redeem the faith, sustain the in rcft-reneo to the Soldiers who at
principles, nnd execute the (let lared : tended the late convention at Harris
purpose, of their cl.oiH'n delegates?-;, s,,Urit and cowards, skulkers
lhev have desiien. with a lervencyl , , ,, . .
tvhich could not.o withstood, that;"'"7 Gummas J know such is
their whole mind nnd hein t in this!tc Jirt,Jor 1 have driven them from
business should he proclaimed to tho : the armn mux, 'If." AVp1k.ho tho Dis-
world ; and without qualification, their j, Jhioll turidida'to will name some vt
thoughts and Jeelintrs have found nt- ,
tcrniicoinnle(-!!iraiioiioftl.nHci.rin-!l,,,HO 1,0 .drove ln,m 11,0 urm Jf
ciples of fundamental law which thc'is public wholesale slanderer does j
events of years and passions and, not receive n cow-hiding, nt the liands
resentments which followed them ; f -thn "l.r.vu i l,l nril
brougluiiito question. Jlacsachusffts I
which first threatencd-S.mtl, (W
lina,w Inch first endeavored to execute,,
have now united with nil the States
in repudiating the right of any State I
to withdraw from the Union. Thei
Union of these States is perpetual.
Isor have the States, or nny numhernito tho rage here ut present, nnd on1
of them, through Congress or other- Jriday last a very exciting one took'
wise, the right to exclude any ono place nt L'nsevillo, between a horso!
from tho Union. Slavery is abolished,: owned by i!r. Jlichard Kvans of Luth-1
and none desire its re-establishment' ershurg, and one belonging to a Mr!
within the jurisdiction of the United Puinter of Clarion cour.ty The vie-'
Stntes. The two disturbing cansos of tory was gained by Mr. Evans' horse,.
fctttsl Urrmn.T nw thus lim'nntd lbyverJ Todt.-lirwivilk h'fvhM i
mr it clitutiiiim. They lad Won
V tli IhtluTrt to tim n ml nivtnu-
istnn.V. Tlu-v i-xii-t no lonr to 1111
tin- r"ri'S! 1 our r.iUifnidIo-
Itinios. The luronv tint! (Ymgn-ss has;
Jtlio riirlit to control tl:o iq-rewmation
'ciwMoral fo.Ugt or to withhold Us
full enjoyment, or to nrcscrilj the
nattliliratioiis forth elect, v frnnel.ise,
; ,v..ii.iM- refuted tiiiil reiuidiftted l.v
i : " :;vi" ,..,.,.1;.
,,u ic nU, 1 1mt nl lior heresy that any
constitutional sunctidineiit can be im-
posed upon any Stato without giving
it the riujht to u voice in riroiiosinjr
niul n voto upon its adoption in the
appointed tnodo. This is a statement
in the narrowest compass of tlio ena-
enco of what has been effected by the
Philadelphia convention. The address
which accompanies the deciitrauon 01
principles contains an nppeal, which
no truly American bosom can rcsict,
to unite in removing the only obsta
cles which now remain to national
happiness the extirpation of the fatal
heresies we have designated, and the
expulsion from place and power of
thoso who have promulgated and up-
i held their pestilent ductrines doc
trines which are as intolerant and
despotic as they are utterly destruc
tive of that (social intercourse and that
harmony and all'ection among the
people of the States, without which
liberty is but an empty name and life
itself among the dreariest of things.
It contains ulso a noble tribute to the
manly fcutl'eraiice with which the ene
mies of the constitution have bo per
sistently heaped upon them, and a
generous vindication ol their truln
p . 4 , ,r nnn ,
Hti1Til ,KSentence-the electric response
to which by the convention is but an
anticipation of its vibration upon the
generous soul of tho people :"
'No people hi ever yot existed whoso loyalty
and fHilb such treatment, long continued, would
alienate mid impa'r
And the millions of
(Americanf who live in the South would be uii
l .r r A
"ii of an lieroic oiierttr.T, unlit ever to become
the cuardiuni of iho rirhts mid libertloi be-
iiieutlied to u by the frnhers' tid founder! of
tbi republic uthry could iiccept, witnuneom
Viuiiiiuff Fubinii-Aivt'iiciir, the bun.iIiAUon Uiuc
nought to be iuipo8ed upon them."
The man tier in w hich all t he deliber
ations of the Philadelphia- Convention
have been conducted, the considerate
ness which the members have mani
fested, the cordiality w hich they have
shown, the wisdom and inoderation
whieh have guided their counsels, the
enthusiastic and contident eagerness
which bus waited upon their efforts,
all give the assurance that the work
of reconciliation is about completed,
that American people are again one
people, and that tho former impedi
ments which radicalism may, for a few
months longer,intcrpose to ihe orderly
movements ol every department ol
the public service, are but tho hideous
chains which intolerance tins 1 urged
to offend for a lime the public eye,and
which will be remembered with a
shudder, as we remember the rack and
the thumb-screw of a more barbarous
ago. Most heartily do we congratu
late our fellow-citizens upon tho happy
termination of the labors of the con
vention and we bail in our hearts the
triumph which a waits the united efforts
of a free people for tho integrity of
Tho convention, before adjourn
ing slur die, appointed a National
Union Executive Committee, of two
from each State, of which John T.
Powell, of New Jersey, is chairman.
fcirTho President has issued a
Proclamation disregarding the block
ade of the Mexican ports, as well as
ot universal peace declaring that
llio insurrot tion in tho Stato of Texas
al ltn tlI)( i;lw :iml orjPrnira;n
eslahlihcd throughout tho country.
Tlie Ureal -nn-hag.
The IiiMinion nominee for (lovernor,
, . . .. ' ,
ff a C0Wttrd and
1,0 l'hnely retracts we shall be much
ni'Kakcn in the material that made
up the Ilarrishurg convention.
to-llorsn rucninrr T,r,r.iir tr tr.
THE n.EAnriELD corsxT
Will be lifUt on the Fair Ground, near tho
lliirtntgH of Clearfield, Pa., ou Tuc-
da.v, Wcincwlay, Thurday and
Friday, Hie d, 3d, 4th and
GtU ol October, A. 1). ImKC
I.THI' OF I'ltLilH'SH.
Ink , ceen to all breed
llett bull, S CO 2d Im-hI, (I I'O Si best, t
Heat cow, 0 00 Id best, J till 3d Lrt, 1 iu .
All breeds co-.ne together in thin clasi. and coiu-
pelewi.U cu.b a,!,., to U jn-i by their g.H,d,
.... .... .... ln i.l tniin" ulnlifv.tii f-ittj-n. ar.l
puiiiU, fvimiietry ol tram;1, auility.to jatun, ana
ih ttock they "1 proilutu.
Ji nuts W illiam brown, jr., J. D. luuiiing, Ia
Class 2 Grade Cattle, owned in "the
Best cow for milk, (0 2d b-st, 43 JJ bolt, $1
Bent lieifl'er,2ymold, 2 :d lst, 1
Do., S do 2 2d best, 1
Bust calf, under 8 month) old, 2
Jl'DUKt Wui. Wise, John l'oters, Joub I'leaL
jClass 3 Onen.
Best yoke of oxen, $ j 2d best, $3 3d best, $2
JtrpuVs David Holt, Abraham Humphrey, li. V.
Class 4 Fat Cattle.
Ilont fat bullock, cow or heifler, S 2d bott, (2
Best fut bulloek, cow or heifler,
OTer two vears old. i 2d best. 2
Jl'liof.s licorgo Kettlcbnrircr, William Evans,'
Clai 5 Thorough-bred Horses, open to
Best (tallion, $3 2d best, tt
Best inure uud colt, , 21 beat, 2
The premiums in thi ohm arc intruded only for
horses whose pedijjrco renders them worthy, as the
.Society wish to encourage tho raising of improved
Ji iioes Joseph Postlcthwuitc, D. V'liitmer,Justin
Class C KiJing, Draft and Farm Dorses.
Best saddle horse, (3 00 2d best, $2 00
Best mulched carriage horses, 2 VII
licit (pan of draft horses or
mures, 4 00 Jd bent, 2 00
Bent colt under 2 years old, 2 00 2d bvst, 1 00
Best two-year old'colt, 2 00 2d bent, 1 00
Best three-year old colt, 2 JO 2d best, 1 id
Best siii(;lu family borne, 1 00
lie-t gelding or noire for work, 2 00
The horse liiut moves the heaviest loud on tho
tone-boat, according to his weipht, w itliout
a whip, Youutt on the Horse nnd S 00
Ji uols Benjamin Uluom ot Ivaac, M. ii. Couo
wuy, Andrew 1'iiitx, sr.
Class 7 Trolling Ilsrset, open to all.
Bent time, 3 in 4, trotting in single burners, fiOO 00
No premium linle-s seven entries aro made.
Euch burao to trot against time. I.utmu.-e fee $;itl.
JriK.Es A. U. thaw, Johu I'attou, T. J. Iloyur,
Cla6s 8 Sweejif lakes, open to all racing
Best 2 in S, mile heats, agaiurt time, SlfiO 00
No premium will be awarded in this ola.s unless
there are six entries. Entrance fee fib.
JfUUKS lliraiu Woodward, Jacob Wilhelui, H.
11. llurd. 1
Class 9 Trotting in single Lnrne-s, for
liorxes owned in the county at leat 15
days before the Fair.
Best 3 in 6, mile heat, aguiust time, $."i0 00
No premium aaarded iu this cluis unless there
arc eight entries. Entraura fee $j. The boric
winning in C'laas 7 cannot compete for the pre
mium iu this class.
J 11x11:11 Suiuual Arnold, John E. Radcbaugh
A. 11. tihaw.
Class 10 Trotting Horses owned and
raised in the county.
Beat 2 in 3, on time, in harness, (100
Best trot ling horse or mare under saddlu,
Bct tnitting hurKeor mare in single harness,
Best walking horse or mare,
Second best, '
No premium awarded in thes class uuless then-
are teu entries. Kntrance fee f j.
Ji lmr.H H. li. Jordan, W. k. Wriglfy, Bainuel
Class 11 Sheep and W00L
Best buck, any breed, f 2 00
Second best, Itandall's Sheep ITu-handry.
Best ewe, any broed, do do
Best ihepp,l'utnned for mutton, do
Best lamb, lUudull's Sheep Tluihandrv.
Jt liurs Jumes Johnton. John Steward, sr.Iacub
Ci.am 12 Ssrine, open lo all.
Boit boar, any brood, Young Farmers' Manuel
Be-st breeding sow, nny breed.
SeconU best, Agriculturalist for one year.
Best hoar, fcl 00 2d liest. " 00
Best pi under six months old, Agriculturist
for one year.
Ji ikii a William Ilmwn, H. M'. Turk, J. A L
Clas 13 Poultry.
Best coop spring chickens, not less than six,
Ileuinont s American Poultry Hook.
Best two heaviest turkeys, Iieainont'i Ameri
can 1'oultry Book.
Be-t displny of chickens, Winer's Poullrr
Jmnes A. I. Boynton, A. C. I'inncy, Tlimnas
Class 14 riowing.
The man thnt phms preen sward tin- best, $20 00
J:nur.H William Murray, lavid (iearhart, Goo.
Ci .ass 15 riowa. Rollers, Prills, Harrows
Best plow for Hubble or sward, $J 00
Best sub soil j.low, Harry's Fruit flardca and 1 00
Best rind crn-her and roller cumbiurd, 1 00
Best prain drill, tiardener and 1 00
Best snle-hill plow, (,q
Bet reaper and mower, enpr of Agricuhurisl
lor one year and 2
Best Ihresbinp machine, copy of Agriculturist
for one year and J
Best cultivator, f 1 00 I Best corn planter, 1
Best harrow, I 00 I Best hnriw take, I
Best corn sbellcr, 1 00 licsl fanning mill. J
Best ox yoke and bows,
Best hny-pitching mai-hine, . 1
Bet slock and straw cutler, J
Best horse power for rcnrral rnninses. 5
Best nripinal invention of agricultural iuiple-
nients, ( M
All artii les enumerated in this class not made
In the county, but produced upon exhibition, if
worthy of it. will be awarded a diploma.
Ji ik.i:s Alexander Murray, William Tate and
Class 10 Mmcpllanppus Farming Ioilile-
Bet bee hive, Quinly's Mysterr of Beo-
Best u.ir-tourtli doten hand rakes, fl 00
Best grain cradle. $1 00 Best potato digger, ft"
Best slump machine, J 00
Best lot garden tools, The Gardener. I
Best lot of In truing tools owned by farmer. S 00
All articles enumerated in this class aubieet to
same rules as Class 15.
J11.OLS Joseph V. Powell, Daniol Chambers and
Arthur BelL 1
Class, 17 Wheat, Iiye. Barley, Corn,1
Data, io. 1
Best acre of winter wheat. tl Oil
Best acre of spring wheat, j 00
Best Add of wheat, four or ten acre. S 00
Host acre nf rie, f J 00 Beat acre of corn, 00
Best field of barley, not 1cm than three acres, 3 00
Best acre of oats.
Best hushel of norn ears,
Best three acres of huck wheat.
Best bucl of winter wheat.
Boat hushel of spring wheat,
Br -bl asra of raMw'waw,
It, t one .fourth ore ol brwom corn,
Hi ft one loiinh iore nf eorpuiu,
Ilekt oo -fourth t.-r of
l Het en ' fourth eoret rutnlic,
ltett one-bitlf loifliel timothy iii,
I left K-rr of rurrotf,
Heft lure of tnmipf.
, ij,,,t one-half l.ul.-l of turnips
j I'ropf bi-inK Siial, n len-i.c ni
ithow I but yiehl 1 holm (rent net pmtit.
aro to lie lurni'tirn ny uie i iniuor
be nieai-iir.-.l or weighed, and a Mtinple luiniflied
at the hair. !
Apiilieanta for preniiunu mnt fumirli the Coin-1
1 niitiet-aitli a ftuieiiieiil, nm 4 by thenifelvn, 1
!uinlir a l,ll-dif of vi-l:itv. if Ihe oimlltlty ol i
1 "' '" "'0 f"uui '" f pf";i".
, ami iiiunt ta! correetly a be can tlie kiml anil
condition of the jin-vimia crn'; tbo kind and
qnanitly of f ed on, and the time and mode of
jiuttmij it In th erwLd.
o ' m. ,u hw,.,ive
J'ereoti enteinig neia cropi w fanionwin.
C'oimiiilt. v at any liiiie.uud hnvtll.e Ii' Id measured
and eininiii'-4 y a committee while proiii);
JtiK!tfc Wiilium lilw.m of licnl., I). Dresolerand
Clas 1?- Brei-1 and Cereal Food
Best loaf of nheat bread, Jiiploma
liest loaf of corn bread. Diplyma
Best loaf of rvc broad. Diploma
Best pound cake, Pip. llest sponge cake, llip.
lii sl Iruit cuke, llip. Bust jolly cuke, llip.
Best collec cake. Flip. Best lady's cake, llip.
llest bachelor cake, llip. llest cuke, lip.
Best pic, any kind, Dip. llest jelly, Dip.
IJest pn-serves and jelly, jnpioiua
Best display of jelly and preserves, Diplcma
llest ice cream, Diploma
JllidEH Mrs. Hamuli Arnold, Sirs. Lever Filial,
Mrs. U. F. Hoop.
Class 19 butter and Cheose.
Best b pounds or more of butter, Mrs. Flale's
' rt .... i 1 .... - t
llc'l lo pouuus or more Ol uraiu nuuer, .urs.
Hale's Domestic Economy.
BeU cheese, made by exhibitor, Mrs. Hale's
Jenocs Mrs. John B. Hewitt, Mrs.
Nichols, Mrs. William Caldwell.
Class 20 Flour.
Best fifty pounds flour.
Best fn'ty pounds rye flour,
Best fifty pounds spring wheat flour,
Best fifty pounds corn meal,
liest hftv pounds buckwheat flour,
J I Dots I. J. Oswalt, Jituii-I
Best boi or jar of hoticy, $1 00
Best ten pounds of maple sugar, Diploma or M
Best peaches, put up air-tight. Diploma or oil
Best tomatocc, put up air-tiht, Diplouia or M
Best blnck'moa, do Diploma or Mi
Best currants, do Diploma or M
Best fancy jiu of pickcls, Diploma or iO
Best giillou syriiji, or sorghum, or
each. Diploma or 50
Best cured ham, (cooked,) with
mode of curing, Ac, Diploma or iO
Best dried bcti, with mode of
curing. Diploma or 50
Ji:ii.ts Mrs. F"red. Arnold, Mrs. Uolicrt Mehaf
fey, Mra. Thomas 11. Fonoe
Class 22 Domestic Manufactures.
Bert 10 yards flannel, (1 00
best I .l yards satinctt, 1 00
Best 15 yards woolen carpet, 1 00
Best 15 yards rag carpet, wool chain, 1 00
Best 10 yards ctuih, 1 Oil
Best pair wool blankets, 1 00
Best woolen coverlet. 1 00
Best wool Irinped mittens, 50
Best pair wool knit stockings, it
Best specimen of knotting, knittirr, or
n:edle work, by Miss under 12 yearr old,
Best pound linen sewing thread,
Beit pound slocking yarn,
Best loot nia',
I est tidy mat,
J IDC as Mrs. Jno. Pparkman, Mrs. Adam Gear-
hart, Mrs. Thomas Henderson.
CLAhs23-Nwdln. Shell. Wax Work. Ac
Best specimen needle work. Dip or 50
Bust specimen noedle wurk on ma
chine, Dip or
Best specimen 8 wers in worsted. Dip or
Best specimen cmbroid'y in worsted, Dip or
Best specimen embroidery in lace. Dip or
Best specimen ambroid'y in muslin, Dip or
Best specimen leather work,
Best specimen wax fiuwers.
Best specimen feather work.
Best specimen ornamental work.
Best shirt made by Miss under 12
llest patchiag and mending,
"""u i , "ir irv'o, (oi turwensvuia.)
Mrs. Dr. Lits, Mrs. Charles R. Foster.
Class 24 Millinery and Dresi-mukirp
Best millinery, Jl
Ileal uress making, lot
Jvdues Mrs T.J. Coyer, Mrs. Nancy Stewart,'
Mrs. Benjamin Uaruhorn.
Class 25 Ariiatic Work.
Best printing in nil.
Beat portrait painting,
j Best cattle painting.
iiesi raioiing in waier-eoiors.
Best ornamental painting of any kind,
Best Daguerreotypes taaen on the ground,
Best smbrotype ukia on the ground.
Best photographs taken on the ground,
Best landscape painting,
Best architectural drawing.
Jt-ncss Edward Stvuphlon. Miss Mary A. Irrin,
miss lU.iejr Tvler.
Clais HC Ieains.
Best design for farm bouse, barn, carriage
house, and stable, Sloan's Ornamental
Houses, and $i oo
Best de-in for dairy hi ass, Manuel of the
Best design for ies bouse, f,0
Best design for Iruit house. 1 i0
Best design for bridge, will span not less
than :. feci. 3 oo
Jt bUKs Joseph Burchfield, Juha Beck, Cbris
Cl .ass 2i MeMalic Fahrios and Machinery,
Bf st cooking stove, wood or coal.
2d best cooking stove, wood or coal,
ltd best rooking stove, wood or coal,
iiesi parlor stove,
j 2d best psrlor stove,
! lest cast-iron fence,
I Jd best east Iron fence,
Best specimen or lot of tin-ware,
2d best specimen or lot ot tin ware. Dip and 1
Best specimen blacksunthing.
nesi specimen gunsmithing.
Best specimen iron-turning,
Best plate castings,
Best shower bath.
00 Best original invention in mnnty,
j Best displsy f tuhle anl pocket cntt'ery,
HH Jiiuerirao uianuiaciure.
American iiianulBctura. n;
I,et display uf edge tools, Ihp
Best display nr farming and field tools. Dip
The above premiums are offered for articles
Bianufaciured in the county. A Diploma may be
-awarded for any ol the shove arm Irs on eihibi.
V"n Tfr& '" their place of manulai-inro.
Jt ntiEB Thomas Kilev. W m. T. Gilbert, Thos.
Cla' 25 Vpliit lfsrirall kinds.
Best Tamily carriage, fi Best timber sled,' ti
do buggy, 4 do horse cart 1
do farm wagon, 4 do wheelbarrow, 1
do sleigh, 2
Jrnur.s Sainoel Eirk, Miles Bred, John Briel.
Best dressing bureau, $2
Best set chairs, 2
do lounge, 5,a?
do looking glass
do set parlor fur
do renter talila 1
do eitensmn tahle. !
waah stand, fOc
office chair, ode
varietv of chairs, f 2
Jrnsrs Darry Tleming. John V, W right and
Class 3i" Cooponnp and ('-arpentpripp.
"",.,,r, t"1"1' "iid'. Ir., Diploma aud
do sprcimen sash.
llest lot buckets, 1
do lot baskets, 1
do win low blinds,
do s-t grain meaurrsl
T..' n j .. . - .r
"12. le. .
fi.AM 31 ItiVitu and "5r.p VfpcUbh
lrt !.. rrroi, '
bu. rutal-Dciif Mic
i lii. joim(..f, .Si'c
4 bu. toll-ftor, illc
i bu. table hrt'tfioo
bu. wt p'i-taio.-,
tl t-iit Imi bnn IliKt all Tr-relalile bare
....i hr the lhilnd.r.
do varirtT niclotif, 1 Johi Callirian. J
da variety ollbe,,40o Ctrnrjitiii t'ii'. rt ;
to Ji notf IU H. Mootv. IUtU Willy, Anderaon Judgeiof vor Court of CorauniB 1'
M urray .
Class 32 Curriers. Saddlers and SLoe-makors.
Be-I gents' boots and shoes,
do ladies boots and shoes,
j do display ot boots and sheas,
I do lady'a riding saddle,
I do riding bridle and martingale
do aide liiii-hed bariKss bather,
, do robe made by inhibitor,
do tng harne-s,
do rents' aadil'e, ?
co di.-piuy aJJi ry, 3
do cnll-tkin, Sue
do side kill lentlirr.it'c
inirie harness, 3
do snij hnmrss,
da traveling trun, 1
J i no r s. Jas. htewnrt, J. S. Cole, Geo. Eowersoa
Ci.ask o3 Tailota and Upholsters' work.
Best suit of clothes made by hand,
do coat made l v a ladv,
do pants and rest made by a lady, 1 00
do hu.'k mattress, 1 CO
do straw mattress, 1 00
do hair mattress, 2 00
Jrnor.s Lcrcr Flegal, Levi fpeicc, C. Howe.
Ci.as 34 Printing in county.
Beit handbill, Dip. I Best blanks, B-ip.
do card, I'M'-I d" newspaper, Bip.
do ornamental printing, Dip.
J loots William Uigier, O. n.fcnyder, Li. li.
Class 25 -b'tone-ware.
Best assortment and best quality, 'j 00
Jlugis S. 1'. Wilson, llonrr Wriirlit. Andrew
Class JiG Chemicals and Chemical action
Best available manure, at moderate cost, tl
do available manure for farm produ 't, 1 00
do material fur gluejVe Best tuilow candles, 50
do vinegar, 5l'c do linseed oi!f 50
do specimen soap, 50e do writing ink, 60
J loots Thomas Waring, Dr. JcC. Litf, B. V.
Class 37 Wood and Ston.
Best dressed stouc, f 1
do grindstone, 1
do shingles. Dip. or 50c
do floor boards,
do split or shaved
B-st mill stone, f 1
do buitor bol,Dip.
do turned article,. 50c
do washing ma
do butter ladle, Dip.
Best weather boards, worked,
J I PuLS Thomas Lidd-11, John B.
Class 28 Na'ural Slinsrals.
Best suit of useful minerals of Clearfield
county, including coal, $:
Best cabinet of minera!s of ClearCrl J and ad
joining counties, to be the property of the
Best limestone, 50c
do fire clay, 5"c
do colh-ct'n of fu-sil- $
Ji nets Frel. Shoff, V
Beat potters' clay,
do burnt lime, '
B. Holt, .Samuel Clyde.
Class 39 Fruit.
Best display and grraicst variety of grafted
apples, summer and winter: lluuuun on
Auirncan Vl'uo.s and $2 00
Best diiplay of pears: Colt's Aniariran Truit
Book and 1 CO
Best plums and cborrics: Cole's American
Bet quim-4-s : Manning's Fruit Book.
Besi specimen of apples, one peck: Man
ning's Fruit B'Kik.
Best sjx-eimcu of American grajx-s: Mao
lung s F ruit Book.
Best seedling grapes raised in county and
worthy of culture, " (,Q
Best domrstie wine and mode of manufac
ture: Fuller's t-rajic I uUum.
Best currant wine: Manning's I ruit Book.
Best blackberry wine : do do
Best goosclicmes : do do
J I noes Frank I'lrmirp. Tctcr Hoover, John
Class 40 Horerntnship.
To the lady who munaees her hoe best
and siu most graeeiullv, Diploma
To the gentleman who luannges his horse
best aud sits most gracefully, Diploma
uesi aispiar oi Horsemanship, not K-si
than five couple.
Best drivinp oil tlir ennriui l.r a lailr
' j Best company of cavalry,
v t Host follloanv nf liirantr-v
1,.jt haIlj llu brk, lu.irumrat.
test marshal band.
Bi-st ten singers.
ug.Jinccs Fred Irwin. William Irwin, jr,
Ci.as 41 Nurseriea
I ""1 nursery, containing the gn-atest variety
iof fruit and shrubs, cultivated in the met
approved manner, (the apprirantto furnish
anttcn description, with the variety and
' nimie of culture.) " j; 00
rVwnd best do., Barrv's Fruit Garden.
Jii'srs Janies Hiicbew,' V i:im Tale, Levi
Class 42 Geneiral Lift.
Best display A greatest variety of flowers. Diploma '
u.-..ii, a pn-aii-ni vurirry ol plants, liploina
.est di.play of tlr ornaments. Diploma
t . Ti 1 .uir, 1'ipioraa
J i nn i
rullcrton, Miss l ciks,
Mis Martha tiearhart
r-isi-ri'tionBry premiums will be awarded
for all arti, 1,-s of merit exhibited bv mechanics in
all the var.ons branches, an I it it li..i..-H a n...i
..l.;t.;.: :n i- - - . ,- .. 1 -
' """ "1M "c ma le, j nr all improvements
-iui i or iiirmiT. bum iiaimg vatUHtik proper -
ties, licretionurv premiiiuis mav be awarded by
the Executive Committer. "
I rrsnient r.lCllABD SIlAW.jr.
J-.ieeiitive tommttter Jwiab (. Jirrd, O. D.
i.iMiiii. iiow. (.w.-jc Ihorn, Joseph 11. Jonos,
I.i'liraiin K. Hum .
Treaurer . i. II:lls.
f-ccrotary I. (i. Barger.
I'vci'p.iridiiig S.i-tarv D. F. Etrwrilrr.
1. 1 A H n E Mi t HM V It a k. The
) Clearfield County Bank as aa incorporated
institution has gone out of eiisienee b iae sur-1
render ofits charter en May Itth. 1'65. 1
All of its stork is owned' by the subscribers. 1
who Will continue the banking business at the
same place as private bankers under Ibe firm
name of the Clearfield County Bank." j
rai.aifc! for the dehti of the Bark, !
and wiil pay iu notes en demand at the counter. '
Deposits received and interest paid when Bio- '
ney is left for a fixed time.
1'aper discounted at sit pr erat. as heretofore
Our persunal responsibility is pludged lor all
deposits received and business transacted.
A continuance of the liberal i,.tr,., ae. f ik. '
biaineaa men of the county is respectfully eeliei
tec. As Frrsiilf.nl r..1it., 4 Aa- r 1 1
- . 1 vuivrrs Ol uie late
Clearfield County Bank, we require the Botes of
said hank to be presented for redemption.
-mrs 1. irfonara. Ilirhard 8naw,
w re. I'orter, James B. liraham.
A. K. vt rijiht, O. L. Beed,
tTilliin, A. Wal
.T-P'The husineaa of the l ank will Be eondoe.
led by John M. A Jaws, Esq
1 as Cashier.
-nil 1. fl II,
, pi: A t II r.ltrA S-T.liXTbe Dirreter,
I JL of t learfield Horoorh ri.in n
tiirre romprtcnt I rarlirra. t teach the l ab-i
nr ,-rnoois 01 said tiinmi, k ... . .
least six months.
the )0,h of f-rptember. Vp, .n,.., Z ?' '
.mined by ,b. bounty rriXx '..Vr '
day, September 1. a, the Isas Vs i j, T.'
"reugu. Arpnr noes to i f m,d, t0 th
tary. Dy crder of the B .a. 1
i..... &. . . .- . . . -
-."i W ALLACK. ReeV
T).i; or iiiihroh rn.A v.
born H A CuS was takra from ih.
. . - ----"-. vnuay, me :oth or Jul.
1 here was a loose bad on it, and a new h i.
Both shawls hare brn br. k.. ..A j.j
tha l....k.. 1--., .
--. S'"iss iuiorma:wa lwdir loihaH,
es.very.ai Ntr. of the w,r0l. miu b. LoVr..".
rewards! .J.J JaME? A. HCPOEE,
TH Till! IOMMMV nt . ..
li lliili-l.l-iire.Mc I nnntT. rnnvlv:. . ' C I
BM.fl MK r.l
In ! h'.l emilill'n Iip lleurieua Calliban, ) No. 44, f.,,
ill win. l-o l-n.-"o ; r In...... ' "H.
.. . . L .... I u. .
do four tiwWt of j Tb t"ommnelth of Pennn'
celorr. Iip Fheriffof Clearlleld oni. ...:.'T,t 1
bll 1 H'hir.. lln-ilfH f'.l'i.L . ,
It.ir.r Mirrh. 1 .r.. l ' ' 01 tt-
eounty of Clearfield, frayitr, for iT '
therein et foith, that the mithi ha d
mirhi ha a . 1
j tho bonds of matrimony eulcrel im I
the said John Callihan;
t do, therefore, command yoa.il,...-.
r.llihsn. that selling .,, ""::
mini whatsoever, von h. ..j U'tH il
.. . ap.,r .
proper person before our J n ig.-, ,,, I
... . - - - i irir. in,.i.i
att'ltsrfield. the fourth llmij,..,, 1
" . I. . L ' "I t- I
3 ,n,u to ih, I
an Lava, ahv ll.a ..I.l 11 1 I
. . - 'I'Drm-, i
should sot be divorecd froui ih.
mi - """J. agreeably to tha act of Uener.i . M
in snnh AW Ulstrlal aw n aa a... .-I i 1
... J '""u ; ssj tl
Witness, tbs Hon. smuel T Ann T...
W'r-vof our said Court, at' C;7V
00 kii. S0th dav of Jun.. A Ii il,?"'
I " J ' '
Zs b. f. mwEim
Aug. I, 1666 Ct rrot.Wgu.I
Till: f'flMMON I'll w ..r.
UI , .
cwuuiv, rciinsvivauia ;
s. ' t?0-5". January tsra
P. T. liagertT. j orelK" "acLBt!l..
Now, June, 186o, the Plaintiff,
rule for the l'rothonotary to assess liaau..
the judgment in this ease. 1
WALLACE, BItiLER 4 riELEIT
Attorneys fo, r1
Ihe claim In this ease la two Untuu:
nunarea ana one aonars, as of Junt ,.
Attest: V. F.
July Is, lSCS-Ct
TX Till: COMMON PLtAts of C. J
X county, Pennsylvania: .
Milium llagerty, J
r, v a.!;' J-J.J""!,;
a. Oi lilDB BBS f
Bob't Alexander, j Foreiga attaclment
Now, Jone, 1J68, the TUintif tli,
rule fur the Frotuonotary a -auess daaJ k
the above judgment in this ease,
W ALLACL, BlULtK I F1ELBIS-.
Attorneys for F.t
The claim la this ease is one hundred ,
dollars and five ceats, as of Jcne,lb
Attest: D. F. Etiweii.
JB!T 1". US8-et r-r.tbm.-J
THi: t OMMOX PtCA of C-
ecuLty, 1 eDuiyhnia:
j.i..Bri..a a ikH.;.k v.. in
P. T. Harcrty. I Fore
Js. lf', tte 1'iaiLtil! ettt-
.1.. t)u.L . .
w.o.ui ui ii'iBuwurju) assesi
the above judgment in this case.
V S.LLACE, BltiLEH A riELCIXi
Attorney I fr fuz.
lbs claim in this eaae Is three hm.dr.di
ininj-mree collars and fifty cents, as f
Jan. tKSA attt. f. t- t-
July 18, 1SC6 61 Ifuthua-cr-
VUMI MtfTXAToU'n .Villi i:Z
is hereby gives that Letters of Adieu
tratioa hare this day been grantrd to the sx.
signed, on the Estate of Xavier Killer, et
late of CoTitgtoa township, Clearf.rld cvt:
Fenn'v AU persons knowing tbeoiseives
debted to said estate are requested to mit
mediate payment, and thus having (u
against the same, rill present them 4u!t mtu
ticaud fur aeulement.
Aug. 1, IS.tt.pd Administer
STBS.V CATTLI-.V.nV bead"Lf Ca
came trespassing on the premises of thn.
scriber, in Bradford township, Clearfield e a-'
on lbs 12tn day of August, K-f.: 1WUC(
one black and white spotted and one bls-k. i
s lisl! n T II n V V aj . H4 v , .. -
. r. r."-,r-:ri
FOCR YEAKL1XGS led and briadl.. 'l'
owner or owners thereof are rtnested to e:
forward, prove lrorerlT. Par damai-es .t --1
them away, or they will be di-poed of arcn.
1 ug. ia, -fio-pdj J. S. FLEuAL
THE EAGLE HOTEL
L. W. TEX EYCK, rnoiairTna.
mitt j i .. .
"-'"'iifotu, staving nrccme pmpfr I
-a- iue shots aoici. w i stirs to F ive n : .-. t
id. viiiiens ot tnis
, travelling pnblie.Uiat the bouse has been ref i
ana raltrnished for ib .m-n. ...
relLrnished for the
guests. Ills tahle will be furnuhed with e"-.
ih;.... u i. . .... . .
...v warari Bnoras. At riis l.r.a
louns tlie bust trends of all kinds of Liua .t.
tsyun TA BLIXJ attached, and Bust at
laniui ansuers employed.
J-TlItf U W. TEX ETCL
Kia. ksi Hill a G, Sti rk;ll.
burg, I'enn'a, Roar.RT LLc rr. IVfrien
Keep, const actly on hand the rho;r. of i.qsri
"is uoie is always sopplisd with the best u
market aBords. The travelirr n.ti -Ml A.
' to give him a calL vor it i
OH EST HOCSE-Rlofsm townd. '
Oatj-rt T. Bloom, rrorriptar. '
. rt.:. 1 i . ..
' "'' rommeoions lioose is s;:n'i
. " '"'"I''", i miles west ol Cnrwensv
ai miles east of Latbersburg. The Prcw
jtorwill spare no effort to make his gce'j eo
lonai.ieand their rUr wiih him i.leassM. nl
u,Bre,,y eipecu to receive a libera! sha-e of r-ss-
" ratronage. Dee, TO. f-".V-tf.
rEORGE TALK takes this method of irf
vji iog me watrrmea of Clearfield iwartv U
he has retltrd and reopened the hotel fonof 7
eri ny t,. r-rnreisicr, at Cciestcwn. wkere
will take ewp-cial p.ins to render aatUfactit
an was favor him with their patrvascs,
Cuxestowa, April JJ, $. dr'
ITCHJ ITCH I ITCH:
SCBATCH! ECEATCH! SCBATCl
) WILL Cl Tnt ITTH IK 4 liot r.
; Also cures FAI T KHFFV. t'LCFRi. iTr-
iuai., and all ERT. PT10NS OF THE SKIS.
noe of eenta, f or sale by all drornis. 1.T
srnsut si cssti to n EEKS A 1'UllER, S
. Agents. 1. a Wasbrrton street. Bosu n, it '
lorwaroro ry man, rre of pn.tac. te s. T
Kn 01 we 1 ailed Mates, Jnae 11. '.-! vr.
, xnrsais at uart-wick lrrm s. C'.ea'&e.d fa
I ',T '-"riy M lilte lad. The sTlitet.
. A .t,,, mo1 durable and the ami eenanaisal.
1 ' " oa'acturec ssly tr Z:Ci-ti . "-kiTI.
T """y I'K. Taint a Olasa Iralrrs. vn. 1"
rni -, rhil a, Marcb 21. 1R U.
S1"1" f"v I--1are Mawtlfs-
Silk Ceata closinc oat f eo.i .1
aus-lm J. p. KKAIZFRfs.
latrat atylrs. kiZ
sorts and sites.) at
J- T. KRATZFR-.v
. . .
I c f.
A J? n R-UN.vy. me Cat
f tEaAKS-for a,
- T- KRATZERS
1 t.A.KCuba, fucarboaa--. Brfinrw.
O hits. Crashed. Oranulalrd. Polvmrrd
aiwsyson head at
' J. P KRATZEK t.
Java selling at the b wesi n ars'rt prirrs at
-. '"-'m J r. K U A 1 J KK'S.
THIMHi; Mxl IN t ripe-Poxes "at "
A Ii !&6J Mi.Rkrt.1. a KRS.
."a wr- s"a. a .T" ". - . -
J Jf XERt sTi