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Aug. 22, 180G.
CONGRESSIONAL CONFERENCE.- The
?rookvil!c Herald and Erie Obserccf,
e at length ngreed to our original
proposition, of holding tho Conference
t llidgwny, on Tuesday, the 4th day
Qffrrimbcr next, of which all those
interested will please, talco notice.
Tho Presidential party arriving at
Ki-ie on the m nas proauccu me
cliano in tho minds of our fellow citi-
tjens ''tit tho other end of the line,"
; Tho following is a correct copy of
iho resolutions adopted by the groat
Convention held in Philadelphia last
week. Next week we will publish
tlic address, issued to tho people by
the delegates or this mammoth assem
blage. Vie hope tho resolutions will
be carefully read by everybody :
i DKfTARATION OF TRINCIPLES.
I lion. Edgar Co wun Sir. Chairman,
tn behalf of the committco who were
appointed to prepare resolutions and
an address, I desire to stuto that the
eomniittco have given very careful
and elaborate consideration to the
subject during all of yesterday and a
pood part of last night, and I beg leave
to report a declaration of principles,
adopted unanimously ny me eomnm
tee, (which the Secretary of tho Con
vention will read,) and an address to
tho people of the country, which will
le read by tho lion. Henry J. Ray
mond, of New York. Applause
i Tho Secretary then read the follow
ing: I '-The National Union Convention,
now assembled in tho city of l'hila
iMcIphin, composed of delegates from
'x-very State and Territory in the
I Union, admonished by the solemn les
I sons which for tho last five years it
lias pleased the Supreme Ruler of tho
f Universo to give to tho American peo
? plo ; profoundly grateful for the return
I -of peace ; desirous as are a largo ma
f jority of their countrymen, in all sin
cerity, to forget and to . forgive the
I past; revering tho Constitution as it
; comes to us trom our ancestors; re
garding the Union in its restoration
a3 moro sacred than over; looking
with deep anxiety into tho future as
of instant and continuing trial, hereby
Hssues and proclaims the loiiowuig
Declaration of Principles and Purpo
ses, on which they have, with perfect
unanimity, agreod :
First. Wo hail with gratitude to
Almighty God tho end of war, and
the return of peace to an aftlicted and
Second. Tho war just closed lias
maintained tho authority of tho Con
stitution, with all tho powers which
it confers, and all tho restrictions
which it imposes upon the general
government, unabridged and unalter
ed ; and it has preserved tho Union,
with equal rights, dignity and author
ity of the Slates, perfect and unim
Third. Representation in Congress!
of tho United States, and in tho elec
toral college, is a right recognized by
I tho Constitution as abiding in every
I State, and as a duty imposed upon its
people fundamental in its nature and
essential to the existence of ourropnb-
I liean institutions; and neither Con-
I gress, nor tho general government,
has any authont' or power to deny
this right to any State, or to withhold
its enjoyment under the Constitution
from the pcoplo thereof. Loud cheer
ing. Fourth. Wo call upon the people
of the United Stales to elect to Con
gress, as members thereof, none but
men w ho admit this fundamental right
of representation, and who will re
ceive to scats therein, loyal represent
atives from every Stato in allegiance
to tho United Slates, subject to the
.constitutional right of each llouso to
judgo of tho elections, returns and
qualifications of its own members.
Fifth. Tho Constitution of tho Uni
ted States and the laws made in pur
suance thereof aro "tho supreme law
of tho land, anything in thol onstilu
tion or laws ol any State la tho con
trary notwithstanding." All the pow
ers not conferred by tho Constitution
upon the general government nor pro
hibited hy it to tho States are "re
served to tho States or to tho people
thereof;" and among the rights thus
reserved to tho States is tho right to
prescribe qualification for tho elective
franchise therein, with which right
Congress cannot interfere Long
continued cheering No Stato or
com hi nation of States has the right to
withdraw from tho Union, or to ex
clude, throngh their action in Con
gress or otherwise, any other Stato or
States lrom tho Union. Great ap
plause. Tho Union of theso States
is perpetual and cannot bo dissolved.
Sixth. Such amendments to the
Constitution ol the United States may
be made by the pcoplo thereof as they
may deem expedient, but only in the
modo pointed out by its provisions;
and in proposing such amendments,
whether by Congress or by a Conven
tion. hikI in rut itvinir the same, all tho
States of the Union have an equal and
j i- ., , . . . ,i
un llKlCli a-SlUie Tight VO uiuc unu
vote thereon. Lnthusinstic choers.J,
Seventh. Slavery is abolished and I
f... 1;i,:(n,rr1 hnm i noi.l
.oil-in jouuiuiivu .. w -w.
tber desire nor purpose ro th pT of
tiio Southern Slate that It bI.ouI.i!
over lw re-CMtahlislicI upon the, noil or
n'ltl.in H.A ! ! . 1' . rt . . . .
Within Ihn im-iu.tw.i ..Til... 1'. J
Ji..t. I !" . ' ,7, V
T .5.; o .:UO V"rB,,","t'u B'v?!ou,h,t M,s. MAROARET ELLO
in inu mutes oi mo on miou di
reeeivo, in common With all their in
habitants, enual nrotoction in everv
right of person and property. - Ap-!
Eighth. Whilo wc regard as utter
ly invalid and never to bo assumed, or
made of binding force, any obligation'
incurred or underUUen in making
war ngainst the United State, wo
hold tho debt of tho nation to bo nn-
cred nnd inviolable ; and we proclaim
our purpose, in discharging this as in
perlorming all othor national obliga
tions, to maintain unimpaired nnd
unimpeached the honor and tho faith
of tho Republic.
Ninth. It is tho duty of tho na
tional government to recognize the
services of tho Federal soldiers and
sailors in tho contest just closed, by
meeting promptly and fully all their
just and rightful claims for tho ser
vices they have rendered tho nation,
and by extending to those of them
who havo survived, and to tho wid
ows and orphans of thoso who have
fallen, tho most generous and consid
crato care Loud cheers.
Tenth. In Andrew Johnson, Presi
dent of tho United States, who in his
great otHco has proved steadfast to
his devotion to tho Constitution, the
laws and interests of his country, un
moved by persecution and undeserved
reproach having faith unassailable
in tho people and in tho principle of
free government we recognize a Chief
.Magistrate worthy of the nation and
equal to tho great crisis upon which
his lot is cast ; and we tender to him,
in tho dischargo of Lis high and re
sponsible duties, our profound respect
and assurance of our cordial and sin
ilic reading of the the last resolu
tion elicited shouts of applause, which
continued for some minutes. Men
waved their hats, ladies their hand
kerchiefs, and the Convention present
ed a scene of enthusirsm altogether
The Chairman then put the ques
tion on the Adoption of the resolutions,
and the response from the Convention
was a most earnest and general "aye"
Tho Chairman then said : "Thoso op
posed to tho adoption of tho resolu
tions will Say "110." Not a Single
negative rcsponso was heard ; and tho
Chairman declared tho resolutions
. a 1.1 rat t
unanimously adopted. The result
Was greeted With a Universal cheer,
and tho band 6trtick up "llu.il Colum
bia." The harmonious action of ihe
Convention caused a general hilarity
of feeling, and it was some minutes
before business could proceed.
A ruoditEssiVE Age. Total de
pravity scents to havo overtaken a
large Bumbcr of our pcoplo latterly.
Tho highway of crime is filled with pe
destrians. Wc note some of the sur
rounding incidents that have occurred
within the past ten days.
Gustavus Hahn, who is well known
in tho neighborhood of Osceola and
rhilipsburg, left Port Matilda, on tho
13th inst., to cross tho mountain to
rhilipsburg, in company with a re
turned soldier, but has not been heard
of since It is supposed that ho has
been murdered. Tho mountain has
been diligently searched but no trace
of his whereabouts. Tho Watch shop
of Jlr. Witherow, of this place, was
entered on tho night of the 11th, and
robbod of fourteen watches and n
number of pistols. ' Two horses were
stolen at Port Matilda on the 17th,
and two from Mr. Holt, in Graham
township, on tho night of tho 18th.
Tho Store Of W. W. Kelts Si Co., near
rhilipsburg, Was entered On tho saillO
night and a lot of goods wcro stolen
and the money drawer cleared out.
The perpetrators of these crimes are
still at large.
The Iloos and the Konoccir Fath
ers." If tho borough "Dads" do not
take the proper steps to enforco the
"hog-law" on Sunday, they will bo
" , i,
Compelled tO bury SOmO dead hogs On
Monday. Last Sunday tho front
yards in SOmO portions Of tho town
. , . , i i
were nearly turned upside down, by a
droVO Of hOjl, evidently let Ollt Of the
n ' "
pens mat morning, to nnnny mc cm-
r.ens. or to kill tho weeds, both of
which bad better bo
more agreeablo way.
First Arrival. We
Observe t lint
Vm V fsn-inid iitil snnnieinir . f,.ll
stock of seasonable good, nt bis new
store on Bccond street. His goods and "I )t)l'M AM) im.xsionm. The un
wares are of tho best q.rality, and be 2&?tfX.'a"
sells them remarkably cheap; thus alfhkd M. smith.
oflcring a double inducement to buy; fc"
ers. Cull and see him.
CARTRIDflE KoX VS. RaLLOT KOX. i ' hereby given that ih partner
T , . . , , . , ,r , ship latelv existing between Paul J, Mynn and
In Order tO Show What ft difference KJwRrJ K Flanders, of Jonrsville. Ciearneld
it make whother an election is carried emintv, pa , nnder the firm of r'LYNN A flan
On by tho Cartrid-'O box Or tho ballot
t i ,i , o
box, it may bo mentioned that tho
Congressional 1istnct opposite ivin -
cinnati cave, at tho recent election,
f,350 Democratic majority. Green
,r'i.... C..,:,l. t... . i : i r 1 I-'.
u.jiy uuuni, ..j uu. iiiii ui Aun mii n
bayonets, was elected to tho present
"Rump" Congross from this district'
htr 1 'US iWrt ri.l rr hnrl mnioritr. i
... i v - J j-l
j Tbe ballot box tHs a drflVre-nt stcry.
On Fumlny, August It, ISM, by Jont J1iih,
,'!. Mr. NATIUN GOHSICII, of Osceola bor
of Hoggs township.
At (ho American House, Luthersburg, Pa.,
August Iff, lPdfl, by tho Rev. D. Coor-sa, Mr.
SAMUEL A. MoGF.K, uf Jefferson county, Pt
to Mi.. M A It V J. CRAWFORD, of Indiana
At the lame titu nnd by lha same, Mr. DAN
IEL McGEE to MIm MARY A. WILLIAMS.
all of Jefferson county, Pcnn'a.
On tho 9th duy of August, 16G, by R. Fiuw,
jr., Esq., Mr. MERH1CK SHAW to Miss SARAH
E. SHAW, both of Goshen township.
At tho residence of the bride's futhor, In Brnd
ford township, on tho 18th of August, 18C6, by
Rov. 0. W. Dunlap, Mr. JACOH SNOKH to
Mil MARTHA 0 EAR II ART.
In Chatham, Sangamon county, Illinuil, on
the 8th Inst., JAMES EDWARD ALBERT, iod
of Jakes and Hannah Lippencott, formerly ol
this county, aged 1 year, 10 month, and 3 days.
"O l'ICIU Dk. M. WOODS, having decided
1 to remove to a different locution, would ro
spootfully inform all persons having unsettled
acoounta with himthathe l dotirous of limiting
settlement with theru at nn early duy, and will
be found in his office, in Clearfield, until Sep
tember 8th. M. WOODS.
August 22, ISnfi 2t.
Grape Vines for Sale.
VLL the leading hardy varieties of first
Concord, t year old, 25 cents, or 120 por 10(1
Concord, 2 years old, SO cent., or fin per lull
Rebecca, 1 year old, SO cents ; best white grape.
Iona, I yeur old, $1 40; best amber gnipo.
Any other varieties below Nursory prices.
Orders solicited as soon as convenient, nnd oiled
in rotation, by A. M. HILLS.
Clenrfjoll, Pa., August 22, lS(if-tr.
N. 11. Vines roudy fur removal by the lilb
BY VIRTl'K of sundry writs or IW.'oW
Ejponai issued out uf the court of Common
Pleas of Clearfield ocunty, and to me dirtcted,
there will be expn.ed to Vl'liLIC SaLK, at the
Court House in the borough of Clearfield, on
Monday, tlie2?tli day of September, 1h;m.
at 1 o'clock, r. m., the following described Real
Estate, to wit:
A certain tract of land situate in Recaria
townshin. Clearfield enuntv. Pa. bounded ea.t
by lands of (irooin A Co., north by Joseph
Dcrge, south by Clearfield Creek, containing ;
about one hundred and fifty acres. Eeired, '
taken In execution, and to be sold as the prop. 1
erty of Henry W. Killioar.
Also, a certain tract ol land situate in Jordan '
township, Clearfield county, fa., bounded on the 1
of Peter Pett-rson. west by land, of John
east by land of Itotiert l'atlerson, aouth by land :
tw "i nor,h l'.v '""i J"ba noti, eon-
Iain,B a""V' " fiun."r'1 ,na -':
) ILICI Vll'IIIVtla IIIU I
trD erected thereon.
lion, anil to be sold as the property of David
Rohin.cn and Thomas Robinson
Alho, two certain tracts of land situate In
Kartbaus towm-hip, Clearfield county, l'a., one
thereof bounded eat by land of Kdward Mo
Uarvey, south by land of Jacob Michael., and
we.t and north by lands of John ought, eon
taining ten acres beinp all cleared, and having i
a frame house a:.d log barn erected thereon ; the
other thereof bounded east by land of James
Roucb, south by 'Ol'ver Moore, west and nerth
by lands of Imihc McClotkey, containing one
hundred acres being unimproved, belted, taken
in execution, and to be sold as the property of
Also, a rertarn tract of land situate In Roggs
township, Clearfield county, I'a., bounded on the
east, west and north by land, of James It. lira
ham, end on the south by land of Jacob hiatal
con taining eleven acrcs-with one and one-half
acres cleared, and havingasm.il frame house
and stable erected thereen. Seized, taku in1
execution, and to be soM M the property f
fcnoeb 0. Oray.
Also, a certain tract of land situate in Morris
township, Clearfield county, Pa., bounded by
lar.,ts of Jotn Will on the east, on the .u,h bv
iar,,i oi jotn m in on ine easi, on me tuutn oy
land of Peter Ech-.r.r., on the we.t by land of
John ilo-kenbury, and on the mrtH byVnd. of
Kaehariab Jones, containing sixty-two acres
with forty five acres cleared, and a log bouse
and barn erected tbereon, Keiied, taken in ex
ecution, and to be sold as the property of John
Ai.so, a certain tract of land tituato in Wood
ward township, Clearfield county, Pa., bounded
on the south by land of 8, Mi off, west by land of
S. M off, aud north and east by township roads,
continuing about one-forth of au acre, and bar.
ing a large frame house and stable erected
thereon. eeiied, token in execution, and to bu
solJ as lbs property of N'anty Henderson.
Ai.s j, a certain tract of land situate in Pcnn
township, Clearfield county, Pa., bounded east
by land of Kcod A W eaver, south by lands of
h. l entun and S, Derrick, west and north by
lands of K. renton, containing about one bun
'""re'1 "nd ix cres with forty acres cleared and
having a frame house and log barn erected
thereon. Seised, taken in execution, and to be
;fold" Jf1 l,rorer'y f ()e"rS" "'"
ZVY-l!idder will tnke mtice that 11 t,er
cent, of the purchase money must be paid when
the property is knocked down, or it will he put
up again lor sale. JACOU A. FAl'sT,
fcHKuiFF'i OFFtrit, Sheriff.
j Clearfield, Pa , August 22
Y VIRTUE of a writ of firri 1'ariat, Issued
out of the Court of Common Pleas of tlear-
iel1 f,'un ",, ! . ""!'? - V"""-T-iia "
exposed to PI I'.I.IC SALK. at tin Cour' House,
in the bnnngh of Clearfield, on Mondav. the
A certain tract of land situate in Pike l.wa
ship, Clearfield county. Pa., beginning at a while
, ,, niDv,.f ur ,.rches to a post :
thence cist Hve perches to a hemlock; aouth
r,,rtv.thrrM imrrlirs to tiil rnV enst iwentv.
two perches to a red oi k
two perches to a red oi kt west twenty seven
Peh- place or beginning i containing
rerch's to the i
nine acres sod sixty five perches and allowance,
Seired, liiken in execution, and to be sold as the
1 propcrtv ef .lames A. Itoul.
I T-IJidders will tnke notice that IS per cent.
of the purchase money must be paid when the
,,rooerlv is knocked down, or it will be rut un
acain for so !e. JACOB A.rAtsi,
Pimnirr'a OrrirK, )
Clearfield. P-. Auvru.r'22, is.
DI RS, was dissolved the ih lay of August.
lSfi The said Paul J. Fltnn is authorised to
.tll ,,,,,, dlia , ,M b; rIimpiD,.
PAI L J. r LY NN,
EDWARD K. FLAVDKRS.
Q)I.I)m:k' iit)i;i iii.a recent bill
KJ has pacd both Houses of Congress and
f(, h prdrlti ,iTjn, . ,i,rr, ,,art'
.i,i,r t mo and two years' soldier liO.
-iorN'TiE3 and pensions collected
b' f"r ttoM nU,i'?.,I'h'1".:
WALI bK ItAKHUt I,
1 ta u Ayw Ln, rwarfiM, r,
N Tlir. 11IMMIIJI ri.l'.AH of Clearfield
county, Pennsylvania :
lames O. Drake, I Imi. 2zW, Sfptmber T., lSriB
s. A ia. r'uhpu ca sir, Divoroe.
ratbrina Drake. J N. E. I.
("Inirjirlil enmity, as .
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
Sheriff of Clearfield, county, greeting!
Whereas James 1 Drake did, on the Sib
day of December, rsfl5, prefer his petition to our
Judges of our Court of Common Pleas for the
county or Clearfield, praying, for the causes
therein sot forth, that he might be divorced from
tho bond, of matrimony entered into with )ou,
the said Catharine Drake.
We do, therefore, command you. the tuid Cath.
urine Drake, that setting aside all business and
excuses whatsoever, you be and appear in your
proper person before our Judges at Cleaiiiuld,
nt enr lurl of Common I'U-iu., mer to be hobien
at Clearfield, the fourth Monday of (September,
A. D. )Son, to answer the petition or libel of the
said James 0. Drake, and to show cuius, if any
you have, why the said James 0. Drake should
not be divorced from tho bonds of matrimony,
a grot ably to the act of General Assembly Id such
oase made and provided ; and hereof fail not.;
Witness, the Hon. Saiuucl Linn, Esq., PreVl-T-
dent of our said Court, at Cloarfield,
i .11.1K iinis zutb aay ol Juno. A. I). 181)0
Aug 22. 188H.
jtJ KW CAUKlAUK AND WAUON
Shop, in Clout field, I'ennsj Ivania.
(Immediately in rear of Machine Shop,)
The subscriber would reipectfully inform the
oitiiensof Clenrficld, and tho public in general,
that he ii prepared to do all kinds of work on
CAR RI AUKS,
on rhort notieo and in a workmanlike c anner
iT"All Orders tromptlv attomled to.i"
Clearfield, Fehruury lbli, 18tiG.-Iy.
AI.80, U A N't FACT I R KRS Of
Tin and Sheet Iran Ware
jVT-.V CI.CARFIEI.D. PA.
A LOT OF SADDL:s, RRIDLES,
HARNESS, COLLARS, Etc.,
Fomnlehv M ERR ELL k HIGLEIt.
For sale Lv
PATENT UN LOAD
M ERR ELL 4 I'.IGLFR.
For sale by M ERR ELL A HITLER.
1 r p v u;c
Ji,l lw O
For snl by
TRIMMINGS & SHOE
MERRELL & B1GLER.
Ulae-jGUNS, PISTOLS, SWORD CANES,
For snte l-v MEKRELL PKU-FTt
For sate by
OF ALL SO UTS
MERRELL A P.IGLER.
For sale bv
IRON1 IRON! IRON! IRON
For sale by MERRELL & BkiLER.
HORSE SHOES & HORSE shoe
For aip bv
MEL REEL t
M. G REENE has opened hi Mu
sic Store, one door west ot H .
Lewis' Ilook Store. where he keeps constantly on
hand Stcinway 4 Sons and (Jaehle s Piano Man
:fc,urint Company". Pianos. Mason A Hamlin's
lh'n't tr.brt N'ri h"m1?1 f '
Ouiiar ad Vkilin stris.g.
fl Wr.tr HooK.-Oj, den Cb.. J
0oJdcn Con,,er' '
i olden Shower,
I from rhiUdelphla all the
Sntrr Mrsic He is constantly receiving
m Philailelnhla all the latet music, which
! , ,. . .
, F"" " "Z'rZ'-
Those wishing to buy any of the above a-ticles
are invited to cull and examine mine before pur
chasing elsewhere. My prices are the tame as
in New York and Philadelphia.
Circular nf I nslru inentj sent Trnmr,tlr nnoTl
i application with anv additional information de
sired, a. M. UK Eh MS.
Hill street, Huntingrion, Pa., .
One door west of Lewi.' Hook Store,
or Mis. L A. r. ltlNDKK. Clearfield,
Dec. 8, l!s65tf Agent for Clearfield co Penn'a.
LIFE I XSU RANCH AT 11 OM E ! j
y f nn Vvtutual Zitc Mwnnu it o. ;
OF PHILADELPHIA, T.
H. B. SWOOPE, Agent,
Assets Liable for Losses $1,. Mm, noil
Iteccipfs for ISrt.i .1.'.7.ol.i
LohScs paid in ISfii IMl.tCJ
ScnrLCs DtvinaaD Ditrt.nn AKRnai.LT ir
Fiftt Tsr CltHT.!
H. II. RWOOPE. Agent
Dn.J. 0. 1IARTMVICK, Medical Kxaminer.
Clearflold May 31'lb ISfili." Stao. p,t.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Druggists, Clcarfickl, I'cnn'a.
Havicig refitted and removed to the ronn la'oly
otvupied by Richard Mossop, now
olfer. low forcjish, a nell se
lected axsoTtmetit of
Drugs nnd Chemical,
Al.o, Palent Medicines of all kinds, Oils,
(i laaa.rtitly. Dye SluK. Siatiotinrj',
Tobacco ami SScgnrs,
Conreetionnry, Spices, and a Wiper stock
of varieties ever offered in ihia
(lure, and irarranted to he
of the hest the Market n fiords.
' J. O. II ARTS WICK,
Dec. 1.1, 'lii.-tf. JOHN IRWIN.
GOING IT ALONE!!!!
Xobndy Prohibited 1'rom bnylnc my nmita
and Mioea on account of Itare
Ttcing Ihus liberal minded, I take this method
nf informing the citisens of Clearfield and vv
cinity, that I have opened a simp an Second St..
next door to the Coun'y National Hank, ore,'
Watson's Drug Store, where I am prepared o
mske to order everything in the BOOT and
M10R line, out of the beet materiel and in t.u
most workmanlike manner, and on rhort rotioe
All I ask Is a trial.
Done at Clearfield, this eighteenth d.r of July.
A. D. 111. II A Hit Y HmS3.
nonor.K uihkks at
f NCKKELL k BMLPR S.
I) F.ALE It I.N
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS
Just received at MOS-SOfS',
01 NO II A MS
All lobe had at MOSSOrS'.
I'AI'LE CLOTHS nt
Kc n nation
LACE at Sensation price
HOSIERY at Sensation price
RIl'liONS at Sen8tition prices
of all kinds & V at
in any qunn'ty I
Alwnvson lmnd at MOSSOrS'.
S ATT I NETS
as Coats, 1'unli,
Haw and Cups, ,
at sensation prices
Now for sale at MOSSOI'S.
such as Saws, nails
at sensation pricer
as Wine, Brandy,
G i n, W b bkey,
Cognac, etc, etc.,
FRUITS, such ns
Figs, Filberts, &c,
Flour, Ham s,
Ten, C r a c k e rs,
xal Oil, etc., etc.
at sensation prices
Always at MOSSOrS'.
At the store of RICHARD MOSSOP,
Always keeps on hand lull
a80ttment of all kinds of poods required
for the accommoilution ol the puhlic.
Nov. 12, 1R6S.
HOW TO SAVE HONEY.
The times are hard ; you'd like to know
How you may save your Dollars ;
The way to do it I will show,
If you will read what follows.
A man who lived not fur from kcre,
Who worked hard at bis trade;
Cut had a household to support,
That squandered all be made,
I met bim once, sayl he, "my friend,
I look threadbare and rough ;
I've tried to get myself a soil,
liwt can't save wp enoagk."
Says T, aiy friend, how winch fcave yoa f
I'll tell you wbere So go,
To get a suit that's sownd and cheap
At .U.I7.i:XT.:l.V!and Co.
De took what little he bad saved.
And went to It elre liMcln A Hrotlicrt
And there he got a handsome suit,
for half be paid to others.
Now be Is home, ke looks so well ;
And their efTect is such,
That when they take their daily meals,
7'bcy don teat calf so much.
And now he fi nds on Saturday night
With all their wants supplied;
That he has money left to spend,
And some to lay aside.
His good success, with cheerful smile,
He gladly tells to all ;
If you'd save Money, go and buy,
Your clothes at Kclieiiatciu Clothing TlalL
Where the cheapest, finest, and best Clothin g
and .'nod furnishing goods can be had to si
every tnte and in every style.
April II. lsim tf.
N SECOND STREET,
Clear fii'.ld, Tf-nna.
NEW FIUM. NEW'" AKUANC.EMENTS
and JVcic Goods
AT VERY LOW TKICES.
The undersigned baring fivmed a co
parlnersliip, in tbe Mercantile tiUHines.
I wou.d reriectfully invite the attention of
the Public generally to their splendtil
assorteiunt of Merchandise, which is
SOLI VF.UY LOW FOR CASH.
Tteir alock consists in pari of
of the lies! onuhty, yuch as Prints, He
Laioes, Alpnccas. Mninos, (iinphams,
Muhlins Bleached and unblcnvhed,
Tickings, Cotton and Wool Flannels,
Satinelts. Cottcnades, Casimere, Ladies'
Shawls. Coals, Nubia and Hoods, Balmo
ral and Hoop Skirts, Ac., Ac.,
all nf which
WILL BE SOLD LOW FOR CASH
Also, a fine asnrtniont of men's Draw
ers and Mi iris, lists t Caps, Boot fc Shoes.
Glassware, llardw.are, Groceries and spices
OK ALL KIN PS
IN SHORT A G EN ERA L ASSOKTM ENT
of everything usually kept in ai r-
ALL CHEAP FOR CASH
or Approved country produce.
WRIGHT k FLA NIG AN.
Clear flll, January 10th, lUf,
TV 1 1,1.1 A K W. IIKTT.
GEORUR L. turn.
inn r. wiatxr.
1 1.1,1 AY l-OWILI.
(Successors to Munson k Uoops)
Have just received a larpe and well so
looted Stock of all kind ol' Staple goods,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Hals and Caps, No
tions, . Hardware, Glass, Kail i. Oils,
Groceries, Flour, Bacon, Feed, die., which
we are offering at greatly reduced prices,
For Cash or in
Exchange for Lumher and Shingles.
We hope to make it to tho advantage of
ia Ihe lowerend of Clearfield county and
on Cleat field Creek, to pet their supplies
Irjra this point, being on tho line of
Hail lload can Sell
goods on Letter terms than at any point
in Clearfield county, and we are selling
our Stock at such
prices as to make it an object to those buy
ing poods in this market to deal wtth us-
Advance3 of Goods, Feed, &c,
made on account of Square Timber, which
we will either sell on commission or buy
at fixed rates.
Flour of different Brands can be had at
all times at very low prices, at the Clear
field Slore, Thilipsburg, Fenn'a.
Dry Goods Notions, &c., in great vari
ety, at the lowest price for Cash, at the
Clearfield Store, rhilipsburg, l'etin'a.
Salt by the Sack or load, cheaper than
can he had any where else, at the Clear
field Store, Philipsburg, Tenn'a.
Call and Examine the stock of goods, at
the Clearfield Store, at rhilijshur, I'a.
Highest price paid in Goods or Cash for
Lumber and Shinples at the CleurCeld
Store. Fhilipsburg. l'enn'a.
The cheapest poods of all kinds areto bo
had at the Clearfield Store, at Fhilipsburg.
Call and see if our goods and prices don't,
soot the times. W. W. BETTS, fc CO.
Thilipsburg. November 15th, lSi5.tf.
CI, K A n FI I : L li M f ns n It Y E ooi; rao
Howa I.inrsyRr. The undersigned bavin;
established a Nursery, on the Pike, about half
way between Clearfield and Curwensville, is pre
pared to furnish all kinds of Fruit trees, (gtand
iri and Dwarf,) Evergreens, Shrubbery, Grape
Vines, Gooseberries, Lnwton Blackberry, Straw
oerry and Kaspberry vises. Also, Siberian Crab
trees, Quince and early scarlet Rheubarb, Ao.
Orders promptly attended to. Address,
gcpL ail. '6i.-ly. J . D. WKKiHT, Curwensville.
I Jure Liberty White Lead. wil do mora
and better work at a given Cost, than any
other! Try it.' Manufactured only by Zkiglk a
Smith, W hole ale Drng, Paint a Ulass Dealers,
No. 137 North Third tt., Phil'a. March 21.fi5-ly
IJure Liberty White Lead, preferred by
all practical Painters ! Try it ! and you wiil
have no other. Manufactured only by Zieoleb
A SmtTR, Wholesale Drag, Paint a Glass Dealers,
No, m North Third St., l'hila. March 2l,'6fl.ly.
C"i rou nd aud unirouiid apices, Citron, Eng
V lieh Currants, Kx. Coffee and Vinegar of
ttie best quality, for sals hy II. t, I.
Clearfield, January 10th, ISi'-S.
I WOULD just inform the citizens of Clearfisld
and vicinity, tbnt I bava opened a shop in
said borough, near Mr. C. Kratxer's store, forth
purpose of manufacturing and repairing
GUNS, PISTOLS, WATCHES AND
I guarantee all any work, and erpect to secure
my patronage by promptness and attention to
business, and executing my woik in tbe best
style if tbe art. tirve me a call and 44 my
capacity. JAMES D. WIIUEKOW.
June II, I Soft rf
II. V. SMITH & CO.'S,
A Fresh Lot of
PEAS . AND CANNED FRCTT.
Also, a superior articVs of
GEXT.'S TATENT LEATHER BOOTS,
All sires and extremeiy low. jelO
CTltl. LASH'S Improved five Dollar
J WASIIIN'l) MACHINE, is now offered
to the public as the cheapest, simplest and
most f fficiont Washing Machine in the coantry.
The exclusive right for the sale f t&is ma
chine in your own Slate or county can Ve secured
byapplving soon at our store, 72T Msrke street,
Philadelphia, Pa. J. S. LASfl A Co,
Also, the best Clothes Wringer in the market.
Wholesale and retail.
p.4rK. very liberal discount to country mer
chants and dealers generally. jeO.'dft
HI MINI. ION V smi.N,
! REVOLVERS, RIELES, MUSKETS
For tho I'nitcd Sta'es Service.
Alsa. Tocket at. 4 Uelt Revalvers. Kef e.riog PIs
Kifle Canes, devolving rifles, Hide and
hut Uun barrrl. and gn materials
generally. Sold by Uun Dealers
and the trade geuorally.
In ti.ese days of house-breaking and robbery,
every bowse, store, bank and oSr.-o skauld bave
UEMTXa TOTS TEYCL YF.KS.
Circulars, containing cula and desTipLion of
our arjn. will be furnished npon application.
K. REMINGTON A St?N,
llion. Xew York.
JIOORE A NICHOLS, Agents,
jy4 ly No. n, CourtUnd street, Sew Y'ork.
OTonntrr Jhiioual JGnnk;
frVi. Tank is now open and ready for bnsine.s,
I t Bice on Scconed street, in the building for
merly occupied by Leonard, l'inney A Co.
I MtlKCTOHS ANB SmfSIIS.
UAS. T. l.FON ATtD,
JAS. II. t'.HAHAM,
' WM. A. WAM.ACK,
I A' K. WRH1IIT.
I Jnn Jth. Bfifi-tr.
niClIARD FH AW.
t;F.o. I.. Rtr.D.
WM. V. M R1V.HT,
I DRESSMAKING. ETC
STKCIAL NOTICE. Tarisian PRKSl and
, . CLOK Making. Ladtpa can have their
i Dresses, Suit. Coats and iias piines handsomely
I made and trimmed, at Ihe shortest nation, at the
old -established stand. 10". 1 I hestnut street.
j Fancy and plain Fans, Mantilla Ornaments,
dres and cloak buttons, Rilihens, Cluny and
jGnipure Laces. Pugle and Wimp Dress Trim
mings, with a laree variety af tManle and Fancy
Goods, from ii to 6U percent Iras than elsewhere.
Also, receiving dai'y. Paris Tashions In tissue
I' paper, for Ladie. an I Childien's Dresses. Seta
of Patterns for Merchants and Dressn k"rs now
ready, at Mrs. M. A. IlINlKH S,
Jy 4 tm 1131 Cbee'BUt st , rklMnlnh,;.