Raftsman's journal. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1854-1948, August 28, 1861, Image 4

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Tne Rattsmah's Jotjb a is published on Wed-naada-rai
SI, 50 per annum in advance, .u not
Jaid It The? beginning of the year, $2,00 will be
binTiME5TS wiU be inserted at $1,00 per
qnare of 12 lines for three or lew insertions. or
arUrj additional Insertion 25 cents will be charg
ed. A deduction wUl be made to yearly adver
fliers. No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un
til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of
the publisher. jLjjijglV ,
2d Monday in January, 3d Monday in June,
3d in March, 1 4th " in Sepfm'r,
Of each year, and continue two week if neoeaaary.
Tres't Judge Hon. Samuel Linn, Bcllefonte. .
Aa'to.Judres Hon. Wm. L. Moore, Clearfield.
Hon.Benj'n. Bonsall, Luthersbnrg.
Sheriff. . . . Fred'k G. Miller, . learfield 4
Prothonotary, John L. Cuttle, .
Reg. 4 Rec. . James Wrigley, . . "
District Att'y, Robert J. Wallace, . "
Treasurer.. . Geo. B. Goodlandcr, 44 "
- s.,...n, vi n Wriirht . . Glen Hope.
Gommiss'n'rs. William McCracken, Lumber City.
Wm.Merrell, .
6. C. Thompson,
Auditors. . . Iio W. Graham,
J. B. Shaw, . .
B. C Bowman, .
. Clearfield.
. Clearfield
Coroner. .
. George Richards, .
Townships. Nanus of P.O. Names of P. M
Beecaria, - - Glen Hope,
- G. W. Caldwell.
- Mary Elder.
. Thos.A. M'Ghee,
- J.W Campbell.
- Lewis Smith.
James Bloom.
Eoll, - - - - Bower,
- Cush, -
- Ostend,
Bloom, -
Boggs, -Bradford,
Brady, - -
- lorrest.
Clearfield Brldze.- P. B. Miller. ;
. Williams' Grove, - Jas. E. Watson.
- Luthersburg, - - R. H. Moore.
. Troutville, - - - Charles Sloppy.
Jefferson Line, - John Heberlin.
- New Washington - Seb'n Snyder
- Burnside, - - - Jas. McMurray.
- Patchinville. - - Jack Patchin.
Clearfield, - Clearfield, -
- M. A. Frank
- P. A. Gaulin.
- J. F.W. Schnarr
- Samuel Way.
Covington, - Frenchvule,
... Earthaus, - -
Curwensvllle Curwensville,
Deoatur, -Ferguson,
Fox, - - -Uirard,
- -
Philinaburs. Centre county. Pa.
Marron, - - - - Edm. Williams.
Hellen Post Office, -kin county, ra.
Leconte's Mills,
C. Mignot.
Bald Hills, -
William Carr.
- A. B. Shaw.
- Thos. II. Forcee.
- J. A. Hegarty.
- Chas. J. Pusey.
- David Tyler.
- II. Woodward.
- Eliza Chase.
. Geo. Heckadorn
. D. E. Mokel.
- J.W.Thompson.
- Jas. Thompson.
Jas. McClelland.
- II . W. Spencer.
- A. C. Moore,
- Samuel Way.
- Benj. F. Dale.
- D. E. Brubaker.
Thos Henderson
- - Shawsville, -
- Grahamton,-
- Smith's Mills,
- - Madera, - -
- Tyler, - -
- Pennfiold, -
- Ansonville, -
Kartbaus, - Salt Lick, -
Knox, Jiew Jttillport,
Lawrence, - Breckenndge, -
Morris, - - - Kylertown, - -"
- - - Morrisdale, - -
Penn, - - - Lumber City.t -
.... Grampian Hills,
Pike, - - - - Curwensville,
44 .... Bloomingvillc, -
Union, - - - Rockton, - - -
Woodward. Jeffries, - - -
This Post Office will do for Chest township.
Will answer for Fergt.son township.
This Hotel is new, and furnished in modern style,
has ample accommodations, and is in all respects
a first class house. February 6, 1861.
IF you want ground White Lead, go to Mosscp's.
IF you want fine ground ino, goto juossop'8
IF you want Pure Flax-seed Oil, go to Mos sop's
IF you want superior Coal Oil go to Mossop's
IF you want superior Cloths, sro to Mossop's
IF you want Fancy Cassimeies, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Black Cassimeres, go to Mossop's.
IF you want plain A fancy Tweeds, go to Mossop's.
lr you want superior bassinets, go to mossop's
IF you want superior Sattinets, go to Mossop's
IF you want fashionable Bonnets, go to Mossop's
IF you want Calicoes, new styles, go to Mossop's.
IF you want new fanoy DeLaines, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good French Chintz, go to Mossop's,
IF you want French Ginghams, go to Mossop's,
IF you want Domestic Ginghams, eo to Mossop's
IF you want first rate Alpacas, go to Mossop's.
' IF you want a stood Underehirt, go to Mossop's.
IF you want fashionable Coats, go to Mossop's.
IF you want fashionable Pants, go to Mossop's.
' IF you want fashionable Neck ties, go to Mossop's
IF you want fashionable Vests, go to Mossop's
IF yon want fashionable Hats, sro to Mossop's
IF you want fashionable Boots, go to Mossop's.
' IF you want fashionable Shoes, go to Mossop's
IF you want Boys' Coats A Pants, go to Mossop's
IF you want Children's Shoes, go to Mossop's
IF you want good brown Muslin, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good u nite juusnn, go to juossop's
IF you want good colored Muslins, sro to Mossop's
IF you want silk Handkerchiefs, go to Mossop's.
IF you want fashionable Hand ks, goto Mossop's
IF yoa want cotton Handkerchiefs, go to Mossop's
IF you want Linen Table cloths, go to Mossop's.
IF you want cotton Table cloths, go to Mossop's
IF you want Umbrellas Parasols, go to Mossop's
IF you want a superior Clock, go to Mossop's
IF you want Fancy Carpet Sacks, go to Mossop's
IF you want Table Oil Cloths, go to Mossop's
IF you want good Floor Oil Cl)th, go to Mossop's
IF you want new School Books, go to - Mossop's
IF you want Nails and Spikes, go to Mossop's
IF you want Hard ware of all kinds, go to Mossop's
IF you want a good Grass Scythe, go to Mossop's
F yoa want a good Hay Fork, go to Mossop's
F you want a good Manure Fork, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want good Garden Spades, go to Mossop's
IF you want Willow Baskets, go to Mossop's
I IF you want a good Buggy Whip, go to Mossop's
IF you want Tobacco and Cigars, go to Mossop's
IF you want Fancy Wall Paper, go to Mossop's
IF you want ManillaA hemp cords, go to Mossop's
IF you want Palm or Fancy Soap, go to Mossop's
IF you want Shoe Lasts and Pegs, go to Mossop's
- IF Ton want trood Saw-mill Saws, sro to Mossop's
' IF yoa want Powder, Lead fc Shot, go to Mossop's
IF yon want good shoe Blacking, go to juossop's
IF yoa want good Stove Blacking, go to Mossop's
- IF yoa want superior lilac k ink, go to juossop's
; IF you want a Smoothing Iron, go to Mossop's
IF you want good Extra Flour, go to Mossop's
IF you want Extra Family Flour, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want good smoked Hams, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want Sides or Shoulders, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want excellent Dried Beef, go to Mossop's
af you want good iirown bugar, go to Mos sop s
IF yoa want superiorWhiteSugar,goto Mossop's
IF yoa want the best Rio Coffee, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want Extract of Coffee, go to Mossop's
- IF yoa want good Imperial Tea, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want good Black Tea, go to - Mossop's
IF yoa want good Young Hyson, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want coarse or fine Salt, go to Mossop's
IF you want excellent Rioe, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want fresh ground Spices, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want superior Candies, go to Mossop's
- IF yoa want Adamantine Candles, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want good Tallow Candles, go to Mossop's
if you want good iresn xuacKerei, go to mossop s
' IF yoa want good fresh Herring, go to Mossop's
i IF yoa want superior White Fish, go to Mossop's
lr you want Molasses, all kinds, go to juossop's
IF yoa want fine Dried Peaches, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want fine Dried Apples, go to Mossop's
i IF yoa want O ranges and Lemons, go to Mossop's
IF yoa want old Monongahela, go to Mossop's
" IF yoa want Port Wine, superior, go to Mossop's
IF you want 44 for Medical use, go to Mossop's
-IF you want M " Sacramental us,go to Mossop's
. IF yoa want good Cherry Brandy go to Mossop's
yoa want gooa oweei wine, go to Mossop s
Clearfield, Pa., April 27, 1853.
SECOND ANNUAL FAIR of the Clearfield
County Agricultural Society, to be held at the
Borough of Clearfield, on Tuesday, Wednesday,,
Thursday and Frtday, tht 15., 16A, lth and
lth days of October, A. 2. 1861.
Ellis Irwih, President ; D. F. Etzweiler, Secre
tary ; L.F.Irwin, Cor. Seoretary ; James Wrig
Ie3, Treas'r; J. F.Weaver, Librarian. Gen. A.M.
Hills, Marshall. Wm. Ten Eyck, Chief of Police.
Fees of Admission, Entry Fees, tfj'C.
Single admissions, 15 cts children under 12 ys 10c
Tickets for a single day, 25 cts.
Tickets for a single person during fair 50 cts.
Tickets for a family, to admit Gent and
Lady, and 3 children under 15 years
of age, 1,00
For trotting premiums, each horse, 2.00
For pleasure, each horse, 50
Class No. 1.
Swrrpstaits Opttt to all breeds and competitors.
Best bull, premium $10,00 3d best, $5,00
All breeds come together in this slass and com
pete with each other; to be judged by their good
points, symetry of frame, ability to fatten, and
the stock they will produce.
Class No 2 Grade Cattle.
Best cow, $10 00 2d best, ,$5 00
Best heiffer, 5 00
Best calf, under 2m 3 00 2d b, Daddseattle doctor
Class No 3 Oxen.
Boat yofce of oxen, $10 00
2d best, 44 Dadd's cattle doctor and 3 00
Class No 4 Fat Cattle.
Best fat bullock, cow or heiffer, over 2ys old $5 00
2d best, Dadd's cattle doctor and 1 00
Class No 5 Thorough bred horses open to all.
Beat stallion, $15 00 2d best, $5 00
Best mare and colt 10 00 2d best 5 00
The premiums in this class are intended only
for horses, whose pedigree render them worthy.
The society wish to enoourage the rearing of
high-blooded horses.
Class No. 6 Riding, Draft, and Farm horses.
Best saddle horse, $3 00
Best matched carriage horses, Youatt on
the horse and 3 00
Best single family horse, in harness, You
att on the horse and 2 00
Best span of draught horses or marcs, You
att on the horse arM 3 00
Best span of farm horses or mares, You
att on the horse and 3 00
Best gelding or mare for work over 4 years
. old. Youatt on the horse and 3 00
Best colt under two years old, You
att on the horse and 3 00
The horse that moves the heaviest load on
a atone boat, without a whip, You
att on the horse and 4 00
Class No 7 Trotting horses open to all.
Best time, 3 in 5, trotting in single harness,
Youatt on the horse, and $30 00
No promium will be paid unless five entries are
made. Each horse to trot against time.
Class No 8 Horses owned in county.
Best 2 in 3, on time, Citizens purse
Best trotting horse or mare, under saddle,
louatt on toe horse.
Best trotting horse or mare in single harness,
X ouatt on the horse.
Best pair of horses or mares in harness,
l ouatt on the horse
Best pacing horse or mare, Youatt on the horse.
Best walking horse or mare, Youatt on the horse.
Class No 9 Sheen and icool.
Best buck, any breed, Allen's Farm Book &. $2 00
Best Ewe, any breed, Allen's Farm Book fc 2 00
ilest 3 sheep, fattend for mutton, Z 00
Best two lambs, 2 00
Best fleece of wool, $1 Bestspecimen of wool, Dip
Class No 10 Swine open to all.
Best boar any breed, Young Farmers Manuel tS2 00
Beat breeding bow, Farmer fc Gardner and 2 00
Best Hog, Farmer & Gardner and 2 00
Beat Pig under 6 months old 1 00
Ciass No 11 Poultry.
Best coop spring chickons not less than 6, $100
Heav'at turkey 51 00 Best display of chickonsl 00
Class No 12 Plowing.'
Owner of team and plough, who plows green
sward the beat, Young Farmer's Manuel fc $3 00
Owner of team and plow, who plows stubble
the best, Allen's Farm Book and 3 00
Class No 13 Plows, Rollers attd Drills, Har
rows and Cultivators.
Best Plow for stubble or sward, $2 00
Best aub-soti plow, Barry a Fruit Garden and 1 00
Clod crusher and Roller combined, 1 00
Grain drill, Allen's Farm Book and 1 00
Best side hill plow $1 00 Best Cultivator, 1 00
Best Harrow, 1 00 Best Horse rake 1 00
Best Reaper t mower 3 00 Best Cornaheller 1 00
Boat Corn planter 1 00 Best Tanning mill 2 00
Best threshing machin3 00 BestOxyk & bows 1 00
Best Hay pitching machine 1 00
Best Stalk and Straw cutter 2 00
Best Horse power for general purposes 2 00
Beat Original invention of an Agricultural
Implement 5 00
All articles enumerated in this Class not made
in the county, but produced upon exhibition if
worthy of it will be awarded a Diploma.
Class No 14 Missel 'laneous farming implements.
Boat Bee hive $1 00 Best stump puller $3 00
Best Potato digger 0 50 Best grain cradle 1 00
Best 6 hand-rskes 100 Best lot gard'ngtoolsl 00
Best sett farming utensils, owned by farmer 3 00
Class No 15 Wheat, Barley, Corn See.
Acre of winter wheat, Farmer and Gardner fc $3 00
Acre of spring wheat, American Agricultu
ralist, 1 year and 3 00
Field of Wheat 4 to 10 acres, American Ag. A 3 00
Acre of Corn, American Ag., 1 year and 2 00
Field of Barley, not less than 3 acres, Amer
ican Agriculturist 1 year and 2 00
Acre of oats, American Ag., 1 year and 2 00
A ;re of Rye, American Ag., 1 year and 2 00
Bushel of corn ears, American Ag., 1 year
3 acres of Buckwheat, American Ag., 1 y. and 1 00
Best bushel winter wheat, American Ag. 1 y . Sf 1 00
Best bushel spring wheat, American Ag. 1 y.
Best half acre of Potatoes, American Ag. 1 y. & 1 00
One fourth acre beans. American Ag 1 year 4 I 00
Acre of clover seed, American Ag. 1 year & 2 00
One fourth acre broom corn, 2 00
One fourth acre of Sorghum, 2 00
Best one-fourth acre of peas, 1 00
Best one-fourth acre of rutabagoes. 100
Best one-half bushel Timothy seed, 1 00
Best one-half acre of Carrots, 1 00
Best one-half acre of Turnips, 100
Crops being equal preference will be given to
those that yield the largest nett profit. State
ments to bo furnished by the exhibitors. They
must oe measured or weighed, and a sample lur
nishea at the fair.
Applicants for premiums must furnish the com
mittee with a statement signed by themselves un
der a pledge of veracity, of the quantity of grain
raised on tne ground entered lor a premium, and
must state correctly as he can the kind and con
dition of the previous crops : the kind and ciuan
tity of seed used, and the time and mode of put
ting it in the ground.
Persons entering Field crops for exhibition, or
intending to do so, may give notice to the Execu
tive committee at any time, and have the field
measured and examined by a committee while
Class No 16 Bread and Cereal food.
Best 3 loaves of wheat bread, Diploma
Best loaf corn bread, Dip. Best loaf rye bread Dip
ucstfouna case, cponge cane, rruit cake, Dip
Best Jelly cake, Coffee cake, Lady, Dip
Best cake and plain cake, each a Dip
Best display of Preserves and Jelley Dip
Best Pie of any kind Dip Best Preserves Dip
isestjeiiy vip uest ice cream Dip
Class No 17 Butter and Cheese
Best 10 lbs Butter, $1 00 Best cheese, $1 00
Best Firkin 25 lbs or more made in May or Junel 00
Class No IB Flour.
Best barrel Flour $2 00 Best 50 lbs rye flour $1 00
cesi loo lbs flour spring wheat,
Best 50 lbs Buckwheat flour,
Best 50 lbs corn meal,
Class No 19 Domestic Articles
Best Box or jar of Honey
Best 10 lbs maple sugar
Best peaches put up air-tight
Best Tomatoes put up air-tight.
1 00
$1 00
Uest Blackberries put up air-tight 50
Best Currants put up air-tight, 50
Beat fancy jar of Pickles, 50
uest 1 gallon of byrup Maple or Sorghum each 50
uest cured bam (cooked) 100
Bast drie4 Beef with mode of curing 100
l 1 nr. AA T", . - mm- 0 .
ttojj 410 iso mesne manujactures. '
Bes.t 10 yds flannel $1 00 Best 10 yds satinet $1 00
Best pair woollen blankets, j 00
Beet IS yards woollen oarpet, ' " "l OD
Best 15 yards rag carpet wool chain) 1 00
Best woollen coverlet $1 00 Best 10 yds cloth 1 00
Best woollen fring'd mitts50 Best hearth Rug 50
Beat pair of woollen knit stockings . 50
Beat 1 lb linen sewing thread ' ' ' 50
Best specimen of knotting, knitting or needle
work, by Miss under 12 year of age 60
Best 1 lb stocking yearnSO 50 Best foot mat - 50
Best straw bonnett 50 Best tidy mat 50
Best pair cotton knit stockings 50
Best straw hat, $0 50 Best 10 yards cloth 1 00
UlassNo 21 Needle, Schell, Wax-wort SfC.
Best specimen of needle work, $0 50
Host specimen of needle work on Machine 50
Best group of flowers in worsted, 50
Best specimen of embroidery in worsted, 50
1 specimen of embroidery in lace 50
1 specimen of embroidery in muslin, 50
shirt made by Miss under 15 years, 50
1 patching and mending, 50
' specimen of leather work 50
1 specimen of wax'rfjwers 50
' specimen of feather work . 50
' specimen of ornamented work, 50
Class No 22 Millinery ami Dressmat-in".
Best millinery, $1 00 Best dress-making, $1 00
Class No 23. Artistic work.
Best painting in oil, Dip best oattle painting, Dip
portrait painting Dip 41 landscape " Dip
painting in water colors, Dip
ornamental painting of any kind, Dip
daguerreotypes taken on the ground, Dip
ambrotypes taken on the ground, . Dip
photographs taken on the ground, Dip
writing, Dip Bestornam'tal penmanshipDip
1 architectural drawing. Dip
CCass No 2i. Designs.
Best designs for farm house, barn, carriage-
nouse and stable $3 00
design for dairy house 1 00
design for bridge, with plain ; span not
less than 2o0 feet 3 00
Class No 25. Metallic Fabrics and Machinery.
Best cooking stove, wood or coal, $3 00
2d best, S2 00. 3d best. Din.
Best parlor stove, wood or coal S 2 00 2d best 1 00
Best cast iron fence, S3 00 2d best, Dip
specimen lot of Tinware $2 00
2d best lot of Tinware $1 00 and Dip
(; specimen of blacksmithing, $2 00
" specimen of gunsmithing, 2 00
" specimen of iron turning 2 00
" plate castings SI 00 Best shower bath 1 00
" original invention in the county, $5 00
The above premiums are offered for articles
manufactured in the county, a Diploma may be
awarded for any of the above articles on exhibi
tion, without regard to where it was manufactured.
Best display of table and pocket cutlery, of
American Manufacture Diploma.
display of edged tools Dip
display of farming and field tools Dip
Class No 26 Vehicles of all tinds.
Best family carriage 5 00 Best buggy $3 00
" larm wagon 4 00 " sleigh 2 00
" timbersled 2 CO ,; horse cart 100
u wheelbarrow 1 00
A diploma may be awarded for articles in this
class not manufactured in the county.
Class No 27 Cabinet-ware in county
Best dressing bureau $3 00 Best sofa $2 00
Lounge 1 00
sett of chairs 2 00
' extension table 2 00
wash stand 1 00
4 office chair 1 00
: sett parlor furniture,
' looking glass frame
4 display of cabinet ware ;
variety do 2 00
centre table
2 00
2 00
5 00
1 00
Dip and 5 00
Class No 23 Coopering, Carpentering Src.
Best specimen of Pine ware, $2 00
44 Specimen sash $1 00 JJest window blindl 00
" lot of baskets 1 00 44 lot of buckets I 00
" sett grain measurl 00 " pane! door 1 00
Class No 29 Roots ami Garden Vegetables
Best i bush carrotsSO 50 Best 6 bead cabbageSO 50
4 i 44 rutabagos 00 44 bush table beets 50
" 4 stalks celery Dip " sweet potatoes 50
44 2 heads c 11a flower 50
44 i bushel table potatoes 50
" qt Windsor beans $0 50 Best variety melons 50
44 Tomatoes J bush 50 44 44 squashes 50
All vegetables must have been raised by the ex
Class No 30 Curriers, Saddlers & Shoemaiers
Best gentlemens boots and shoes $2 00
ladies boots and shoes 2 00
display of boots and shoes 3 00
Travelling Trunk , 2 00
tug harness $2 00 Best single harness 2 00
sole leather 1 00 44 finished 44
carriage harness
Riding bridle and martingal
gent, riding saddle
ladys riding saddle
display of saddlery
display of any kind of leather
1 00
3 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
3 00
1 00
1 00
e made by exhibitor
Class No 31 Tailors and Upholsters xcork
Best suit of clothes made by hand $2 00
coat made by a lady 100
44 pants and vest made by a lady 1 00
44 husk matrass $2 00 Best hair matrass 2 00
44 straw matrass 1 00
Class No 32 Printing in county.
Best band bill Diploma Best blank Diploma
44 card Diploma " newspaper Diploma
44 ornamental printing Diploma
Class No 33 Stone Ware.
Uest drain tile $100
4 Fire brick $1 00 Best bricK 1 00
" brackets 1 00 4 pottery 1 00
Class No 34 Chemicals & Chemical action in co
Uest available manure at moderate cost $1 00
44 available manure for farm products 1 00
44 material for glueSl 00 Best linseed oil 1 00
" tallow candles 1 00 44 specimen soapl 00
44 vinegar 1 00 " writing ink 1 00
Class No 35 Wood and Stone.
Lest dressed stone $1 00 Best mill stone $100
44 grind stone 1 00 44 butter ladle 50
14 butter bowl 50 44 wash, machine 1 00
" . shingles 1 00 44 churn 50
' floor boards worked I 00
" weather boards 1 00 " turned article 1 00
' split or shaved hoops 50
Discretionary premiums will be recommended
for all articles of merit exhibitod by mechanics in
..11 1 : .. l 1 , ? 1 - , ,
mi ma vmioua urajjuuBs auu n is nopua a gener
al exniouion win do made.
lor all improvements useful to the farmer, and
having valuable properties, disoretionarv premi
ums may be recommended by the Committee, and
ji , , -
awaruea oy uie ooaro.
Class No 36 Natural Minerals
ISest suit of useful minerals of Clearfield county
including coal S3 00
44 cabinet of minerals of Clearfield and ad ioin
ing counties, to bo the prop'y of the society $5 00
iiest limestone $1 00 Best potters clay 1 00
44 fireclay 1 00 44 collections of fossils 1 00
44 suitcrystaliced minerals 100
Class No 37 Fruit.
Best display and greatest variety of grafted ap
pies, summer and winter fruit, named and ar
ranged, $3 00
iiest display and greatest variety of pears
named and arranged 2 00
44 display and greatest variety of peaches
named and arranged, Barry's Fruit Garden
44 collection of plums, Barry's Fruit Garden
" collection 01 cherries Harry s Fruit Garde
44 collection of quinces Barry's Fruit Garden
44 specimenof apples, 1 pk Barry's Fruit Garden
44 do foreign grapes Barry's Fruit Garden
" do American grapes Barry's Fruit Garden
14 currants $0 50 Best gooseberries $0 60
44 blackberries 60 44 domestic wine 1 00
44 seedling grapes raised in county and
worthy of culture 50
Clats No 38 Horsemanship. See.
To the lady who manages her horse best, and sits
most gracefully Diploma
If Al .1
xa ui t renueman wno manages nis norse best and
sits most gracefully Diploma
Best display of horsemanship, not less than five
couples . Diplom
" driving on the course by a lady Dinloma
company of Cavalry. , Diploma
ouwpanj 01 xniamry, , . Diploma
and with orass instruments Diploma
Martial band Dip Best 10 Singers Diploma
. Class No 39 Nurseries.
Best nursery containing the greatest variety of
iruiia ana aoruos, cuiuvatea in tne most approved
manner, (the applicant to furnish written de
scription, with variety, and mode of culture) S3 00
24 best, Barry's Fruit Garden
Class No 40 General List.
Best display and greatest variety of flowers,
44 display and greatest variety of plants,
44 display of floral or nam unts, - .
44 basket boquet with handle, '"'"
44 hand boquet, '
TaT.ARTF.RIN6.-The subscriber haylnelo
JL cated himself in the Borough of Clearfield,.
would inform the publicthat he is prepared to ao
work in the above line, from plain to ornamental
of aay description, in a workmanlike style. Also
whitewashing and repairing done in a neai man
ner, and on reasonable terms.
April 7. 1858. HU Vi in CUUFEK..
The undersigned takes this method of inform
ing the public that he has commenced the manu
facture of Stone-Ware in the Borough of Clear
field, and thst he is now prepared to supply all
who may want them with Milk and Lream irocKB,
Jugs, Jars, Ac, at lower prices, than they can be
bought elsewhere. Ale solicits a snare 01 patron
age. lttJEDISKlUK JuliAAZ.llUJi..
Clearfield, i'a., My zo, isoy-iy. .
The subscribers would respectfully inform
the Tavern keepers and others that they have re
cently started a new Brewery in the Borough of
Clearfield, and that tney are now prepared 10 iar
nish Beer on the most accommodating terms. They
have employed an experienced Brewer, from the
east, and they feel confident that they can supply
a superior article of beer, uive them a trial and
judge for yourselves.
Junezu, ou unauLta iiaui a tu.
The undersigned having opened a Tailoring Es
tablishment in Shaw's Row, in the room recently
occupied by II. F. Naugle as a Jewelry Store, an
nounces that he la now ready and wining to maae
Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, ir., for his old custom
ers, and as many new ones as may give him a call,
after the latest and most approved styles, or after
any of the old fashions, if they prefer it. By
doing his work in a neat and substantial manner,
and promptly fulfilling his engagements, he ex
pects to secure a liberal share of patronage.
r ?- 10 -iDen ir n 1 ItVXl A !!(llf
BIBLES. The Bible Society of Clearfield co.
hereby gives notice that their books, name
ly, Bibles and Testaments, are deposited in the of
fice of James Wrigley, Register and Recorder at
Clearfield. The books are of various sizes and a
dapted to supply either private individuals or Sun
day Schools at very cheap rates. Very substan
tial bibles can be had as low aszo cents apiece,
and testaments as low as 61 cents apiece.
The people of the county generally are also in
vited to leave with Mr. Wrigley any donation they
may be pleased to make in aid of the funds of the
Society. Signed by order of the Executive Com
mittee. alla. lucit-ui;, i-resiueni.
Shaw's Mills, one mile East of Clearfield horo"
Respectfully informs the citizens of Clearfield and
adjoining counties, that he is at all times prepar
ed to manufacture, at tne snonesi nonce, jiair
Husk, and Straw Mattrosses of all k'mds and sizes,
one of which is a Folding Mattress, suitable tor
Cabins on Rafts, which can be folded in small
compass, and emptied and renueti at pleasure;
and very cheap, lie also trims uarriagos, maKos
repairs to all kinds of carriage trimming and Up
holstery, and makes cords or Masons tracing lines,
of any thickness or length. IT Country produce,
corn husks, or cash taken in exchange for work.
Orders left with any of the merchants ot Clear
field Boroi'. will be promptly attended to. jana-61
A Benevolent Institution established by spe
cial endowment, for the relief of the sick and Dis
tressed, afflicted with irulcnt and Epidemic dis
eases, and especially for the cure of diseases of the
Sexual Organs. Medical advice given gratis, by
the acting surgeon, to all wbo apply by ictter.witn
a description of their condition, (age, occupation,
habits of life, Ao.,) and in cases of extreme pover
ty, medicines furnished free of charge. Valuable
reports on Spermatorrhoea, and other Diseases of
the Sexual organs, and on the New Remedies em
ployed in the Dispensary, sent to the attlietcd in
sealed letter envelopes, tree ot charge, a wo or
three Stamps for postage will be acceptable. Ad.
dress, Dr. J. Seillin Houghton, Acting Surgeon,
Howard Association, JNo. 2 bouth Ninth fct., Phil
adelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors.
KA D. UEAttl W.bL.L), President.
Geo.Fairchild,Sec. Oct 24, ISflO-ly.
Formerly Physician and Surgeon to the Broinp
ton Lung Hospital, of London, England, now of
PITTSBURG, Pa., begs to announce to all inva
lids, that owing to the many solicitations of his
friends, be has concluded to pay professional vis
its to the following named places ; and by arri
ving at the day eet forth, can be consulted by the
afflicted, both Male and female, on Diseases 01
the Heart, Liver and Lungs; Cancer, Fits, Scrof
ula, and all Diseases of the Blood. Also, all Dis
eases appertaining to the EYE and EAR. PAR
TIAL DEAFNESS, Ringing Noises in the Head,
and Discharges from the Ear, can be speedily
cured by Dr. BORT'S Scientific Treatment; and
many other diseases that have baffled the skill of
the so-called distinguished pnysieians.
Corsica, Whitmore's Hotel, Sept. 1st and 2nd.
Brook ville, American House, Sept 3d, 4th ,5th.
Luthersburg, Reed's Hotel. Sept. 10th and 1 1th.
Clearfield, Johnson's Hotel, Sept. 12th, 13th.
Bellcfonte, Morrison's Hotel, Sept 14th, 15th.
Tyrone City, Mrs. Thomas' Hotel, Sept. 17, 13.
The time has come that all who will ean escape
the iron grasp of Mercury, by calling, without de
lay, to see tne welt known and justly celebrated
Eclectic European Physician, DR. BORT, who
will administer those only true and safe modi
cines, extracted from the most choice Roots and
Herbs, -which are prepared under his own super
vision, and therefore avoiding the use of all Mix
f.ral Poisons, which were never designed for the
system, to take which many thousand have fallen
victims and gone to early graves.
Remember that Dr. Bort wants no patients but
those fully capable of appreciating and distin
guishing the services of a regular thorough bred
physician, from a paltry, unlearned and trifling
Remember, Dr. Bort's remedies and treatment
are entirely unknown to all others in this coun
try; prepared from a life spent in the great hos
pitals of Europe and the first in the country.
Remember, that Dr. Bort has a more extended
practice than any other physioian in Western
Remember, that citizens of education and our
popular men are all well acquainted with, and
take great pleasure in recommending Dr. Bort to
the afflicted.
Remember, that Dr. Bort makes no false repre
sontations to gull the unfortunate, but all he says
wm be taithtuny carried out.
Remember, that Dr. Bort pays every attention
to d'soases of a chronic nature.
Certificates of Cures may be seen at his respec
tive rooms.
Dr. B. is furnished with over six thousand let
ters of recommendations from some of the most
distinguished men Hying. Also has awarded to
him diplomas from some of the most celebrated
Hospitals and Infirmaties in Europe, for his un-
parallelled observations in Diagnosis, and obser
vations in discovering remedies for the cure of
diseases that have heretofore befallen the skill of
many of the medical profession.
An early call from those wishing to consult the
Dootor, is earnestly requested, ao as to receive full
benefit of treatment, and. thus do justice to him-
sen. lime limited.
Please bear in mind when Dr. B. will be in your
piaoe. persons desirous 01 consulting him will
confer a great favor by calling on the first day of
nis arrival, aa nis itooms are ao often crowded, it
is utterly impossible to attend to the anxious so
Imitations of all.. Dr Bort will arrive ai each of
the above places on the first train ortage.on the
aay appointed. , v.
Please extend the invitation to all?iayaUd ao
quaintancea, and oblige yours. &o. .
All letters addressed to Boat 1417. Pittaburg.will
be promptly aaHTtred. May 29, 1801 .
Irvin's Corner Store,
Just received at the "Cornor Store"
a complete stock of
Customers will find
The assortment varied, and the prices reasonable.
Curwensville, April 10, 1861.
. for sale low for cash,
At the "oorner store" in Curwensville.
At Irvin's "corner store," Curwensville.
For sale vert low, at Irvin"s Corner Store.
A quantity at the Corner Store.
T adies will find at tho Corner Store a
complete assortment of Dress Goods of all
descriptions, such as Tartan Plaids, various
styles; Persian Twills, Printed Cashmeres,
All Wool and Printed Delaines (In variety,)
Plain (all wool) Delaines and Merinos, all col
ors, Debege, Coburgs, &c, in variety.
Qn hand a large stock of Mens' and Boys'
Clothing, of all descriptions. Soal-skin, Bea
ver and Cass overcoats. Gents' Shawls. Fine
Dress cloth and Cassimere business Coats,
Pants, and Vests ; over shirts, over-alls, un
der clothing, &c, &c, a completo stock.
Qroceries, a large stock on hand, (selling
low,) by the quantity or retail, call and see
them, and satisfy yourselves.
Qents dress Hats, and staple Hats and Caps
ot all kinds. Boots and Shoes of all descrip
tions selling now lower than ever.
Jonnets of aU descriptions and the
newest styles, at Irvln's Corner Store.
T adies' Gloves, Gauntlets, Nubias, and
new style Wool Hoods, in great variety.
Qloths, Doeskin Cassimcros, Fancy Cassi
meres and Vestings, in great variety.
Tuffalo Hobes of all sizes and prices, and
Sleigh-bells, Whips, &c, at the corner.
dlery, Sole and Upper Leather, at the corner.
JTEW WORLD and Noble Cook-Stoves, and
Nine plato Stoves for sale, very cheap.
QRINDSTONES of the best quality, and fix
tunes, for sale at the "corner store."
jglGHT-DAr and 24-hour Clocks, of all si
zes, styles, and prices, at the corner store.
QUM COATS, Pants and Boots, a large as
sortment, for sale at Irvin's corner store.
jyTAILS, Glass, Paints, Oils, &c, &c, for Bale
very low by the quantity or at retail.
QTJSTOMERS are invited to call and exam
ine our goods, as wo are satisfied that an ex
amination of goods and prices will induce
persons to buy. E. A. IRVIN. .
Curwensville, Pa., October 17, 18G0.
The subscribers have opened a full and com
plete assortment of DRUGS in the new brick
building of Dr. Woods, on the corner of Locust
and Cherry streets, in the Borough of Clearfield,
where they will at all times be happy to accom
modate any person who may desire artiolesin their
line, xne business will be confined strictly to a
and no pains will be spared to render satisfaction.
Dr. M. Woods, the jnniar partner, may always be
found and consultod in tho ''Pruig Store," when
not absent on professional business. A separate
room for consultation is attached to the Store,
where patients may be examined privately.
Every article usually found in such an estab
lishment will be kept on band, and sold at greatly
reduced pt toes. - Terms being strictly Cash will en
able them to offer inducements in the way of prices.
Physicians will be supplied at a small percent
age overcoetand carriage. Theirorders are solici
ted. Every article sold will be pure and of the
best quality. , WOODS & BARRETT.
Clearfield, Pa., February 13, 1861-tf.
W amine and reduce the large stock of Dress
Goods. .just received at MOSSOP'S.
1IEESE, A lot choice of N v m.
sale at the store of WM F iTvMr
TUNGERICIf smith .
No. 43 North Third Street. PhiTa 'v,
invite country merchant to t h.;. ... 'p.a,4
of goods in store, and solicit their ou'I
September 2fi i. .. '. r-
Ifcl.tJL,, UA1KD&CO.. IMPOKTrr,.
Jobbers in Dry Goods, No 47 ...X
Street, Philadelphia, Pa
JOSUB mrc..
' w I L II Ik
.... --- - , auenti.-.-..
to tne tcetn in
proper time, will be a
treat asssstance to ev
ery one, in point or jv?.-J&r
health, comfort, and fW;.i 3i
Dr. Hills can always
be found at bis office,
on the corner of Front
and Main sts, when no
notice to the contrary appears in the parer i
operations in the lino of his profession pj.. ' 1
in the latest and most approved stylej, ,n'jUrBii-'
anteed for one year against all natural fai'nS!
Clearfield, Pa., October 10th, 1660.
The subscriber having purcLaj "
mil interest from 11. II. Morrow i. .
furniture and interest from 11
House, is now prepared for the reception of
aient and permanent boarders. Every intn.
ment connected with his establishment w& u
conducted second to none in the county. ije r
pectfully solicits a f haro of public patroca?
. July 11, lSGO.-y. GEO. N. COLliCrlX.
Are yon aide, frti, rj
comi'luiuing? AreTjBoui
order, with your tjtm fc.
rauped, and yoiir ieeucgt u.
comfortable? The
toms are often th prr'iL j t
aerkms illurss. Sune Ct el
6k-kn:s is orevjiini n;n j-
iil cboultl l aierinl tj a
timely use of the r.-lit re
etly. Take Aver 1'Xf.icJ
cleanse out tbf dijoni-rd kg.
mora purify th blod,U
let the fluid uor uu uo-.U
struct fJ in health act.
X Tbey stimulate tii fuocu a
.. t--i ot the bcly Into Tigonnu u
til A Olti'WLiOliS Khikli IB&6
disease. A cold settles sotuewliere ia tha body, apj ob
structs Its natural function. These, U Lot rclieird,
reart upon tliemselTea aud the aurronu.liiij organs, pro
ducing general aggravation, sufletinK, ant disui.
White In this condition, oppred by tU deranKMn-n:
take Ayer'a fills, and Bee Low directly they rea;or tht
natural action of the syatlii. and with it the buoyant
foeliufr of health again. Wlr.it is true au I M t( ;-airni la
this trivial and common complaint, in al true in nusy
of the devRented ami dungeruue dwtoruperi. TU tru
iur?ntire efTect expels thwn. CauMd by similar ols:ra
tions and derangimienta of tho natural fuuclioiu of lU
bndv, they are rapidly, aud many of them mr.'.y, rurtJ
hy the aiune uieana. None who know the virtu.-s if tV-w
Mils, will neglect to employ them when auTeriaj ftta
the (linorders they cure.
Statements from leading jdiydlrliins In souje of tit
principal cities, and from other well known puUic pf
sons. From a forwarding 3Ure!tcml if 3. Louis, Ib. 4, Mil
Da. ATEft: Your I'illa are the paragon cT a! tlit a
treat iu medicine. They have cured tny little dauh:-r
of ts kermis sores upon her bands and feet that hod piv
incurable for years. Her mother has been Ion nt.
otiHly afflicted with blotches and pimples on her ikiu
iu her hair. After onr child was cured, she aisi trjr-l
your I'illa, and they have cured her.
As a Family Physic.
From Dr. Z-". II Oirticri'oif, Meant.
Tour Tills are the prince of pnrgM. Their exwllejil
qualitk surpass auy cathartic we hs-ss. They r
mild, but very certaiu aad effectual In tboir action oi tlx
bowtils, which makes tlieui invaluable to us iu the Au'j
treatment of dUeeac.
Heartache, Sicklies tWhe, Foul Stomach.
From Dr. lilienrd UoyJ, Baltimon.
DrkIIro. Aran: 1 cannot answer too Aat,miTijliilTi3
I Imve cured with your Tills letter than to say ell that m
trer treat with apurjdivr. medicine. 1 place great -pie
dence on an effectual cathartic in my daily contet .th
dhwase, and believing aa I do that your 1'iila afford 05 :lt
best we have, 1 of course value them highly.
PiTTSntno, Pa, Slav 1, 1?S5
Da. J. C. AttK. Sir: I have leen repeatedly eurrf
the worst ktadacUe any body ean have by a iWw or ("
of your Pills. It seems to arise from a foul iWa-h,
which they cleanse at ouee.
Your with greut respect, F.l. TT. TRET'lF,
Clerk tif Steamer Ciiu i.
Bilious Disorders Liver Complaint.
From Dr. Tlieodort Dttl, eiWw Tork Cdf
Not only are your Tills admirably adapted to tbelr pur
pose as an aperient, but 1 find their IteneticUl effects t,a
tho Liver very marked indeed. They have In my ft--tlce
proved more effectual for the cure of iiltout trm
ftlaiitlt than auy one remedy I cau lueutiou. I siucerrlr
rejoice that we have at length a purgative which is ui
thy the confidence of the profession aud the pele.
Df.pabtsiest or Tita Isikk-e. 1
Washington, D. C, 7th Iteb, Jhifi.
Sib: I have used your fills ia my general and hewpitd
practice ever since you made them, and cannot beiiafe to
aay they are the best cathartic we euipky. Their t-n-luting
action on tho liver ia quick and decided, coine
,uemly they are au admirable remedy for deran;cmeo
or that organ. Indeed, 1 have seldom found a case
bUitius ilitaise ao obstinate that it did not readily yi-U to
tUt-'ia. fraternally jours, ALONZ'J 11ALL, JL D, (
iliytician of tht Marine UvtfiL..
Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Relax, "Worms.
Ft om. Dr. J. G. Green, ofCliicag.
Your Tills have had a long trial in my practice. ! I
hold them in esteem as one of the best aiierieuts I b1'
ever found. Their alterative effect upon the liver md
them an excellent remedy, when given in small doelf
bilious ihjttntcrg and diarrhoea. Their aiigai"t.i;
makes them very acceptable and convenient tia "
of women and children.
Dyspepsia, Impurity of the Blood1.
From Xcv. J. V. Mines, Faster of Advent Clturth, .
IR. Aria: I have used yoor Pilla with eatraorJjr
success iu my family and among those 1 am called
in distress. To regulate the organs ot digeitifQ v
purify the blood, they are the very best remedy I W
ever known, and I cau confidently recommend tli'ia u
my friends. Yours, J. V. IIIMJJ-
Waksaw, Wvomlng Co, N. Yn Oct. 21, 1!
Biab Si: I am nsing your Cathartic Till in W frf
, tlce, and find them au excellent pureaiive to cleaw M
system and purify the fountains t.f bit Hood.
Constipation, Cost Iveneaa.Snpprc;'"'
llheumatism, Gout, :Veuralgi Drop-
ay, Paralyata, Fits, etc.
From. Dr. J. F. Vaughn, Montreal, C'tiaJs.
Too much cannot be said or your Tilli f" lu ju"
cnttivenrsu If others of our fraternity have t uud J"'
as efficacious as I have, they should join me ia P'oc'
Inft it for the benefit of the multitudes who u:T'r , h
that complaint, which, although bad enough n ' r
the progenitor of others that are worse. I "l.
litxnes to originate in the liver, but your rill SeCl ,Bi
organ and cure the disease,
Fi-om Mrs. . Stuart, Fhytician and Midrift,
' I find one or two lartre doses of your Pill. Ul't '
proper time, are excellent promotive of the v"f"r'
linn when wholly or partiallr euppreitsed. a"l 41 . ,',
effectual to cleame the Hi.tu,i.h rriiri wcrmt.
are so much the beat physio o Lave llial 1 i'jm
no other to my patients.
From Hit .Bete, Dr. Uawiet, f the iltthnlid Tit-
TrusKi Uocsp, Savannah, On- f: 'rf
IIokoRed Sir 1 I ehould be tmcratefnl ',r ' -V
1 i.i 1 1 . . r w .,: fWrf BlV
you. A cold settled in my limbs and bronfi ,,,,
ei.ntiiig neuralgic pains, which ended In e -rom (l
torn. NoU'itlistandinir I had the bet of pi')
diiteoie grew worse and worse, until by the ,
excellent oeent in ItaUimore, Dr. Mackenzie. I trw .
Pills. Tbeir effects were slow, but Mire. Py I
i4 the use of tUeiu, I am now entirely well
. Eexate Chamber, Eaton Rouge, La
Da. Area: It
Fhrumatic Gout
fur VMni.
1 1 have been entirely cured, tT .J0" bm
Statf-a painful dgtJDUJe
3-Most of the Pfll fa market contain .. fcif
Which, although a raluable remedy In ".V, to
dangerous ia a public pill, from f"''1' fl
qwcnceji that frequently follow Its Incautious ; n.
contaiu. no mercury or mineral aubsUnce wns.
T,-a' X nonfa nor Box. OT 5 Boxes fOT
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v -n t n a Trim A,. CM.. Low's!,
jrrepareu uyJi. "" , TrTli
Curwensyille; Sam'l Arnold. "S C
Chase, Ansonrille; J. C. Brenner MjwsJ
R. Foster, ThiHpsburg, and dealers dieMe.
Lowell, &as., January 23, 1SM7-