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CLEARFIELD, April; 4 , I860.
HENRY D. FOSTER.
r WISTMOISLaXD COmTT.
Tui Charleston Cojviitiom. Various
rumors od considerable sit ussjoa, have J
occupied the JJemooratic journals or We
tveuntry for a few weeks ia reference to
the pluco of holding the next national
Democratic Convention, objections having
been jnade in some quarters to holding
at Charleston 8. C. We think however
that public sentiment has settled down
to the belief that Charleston is now
jthe proper place to hold it; it being
, , . . i ., i . v . .
the one selected by the last -National
convention at Cincinnati. The principal
reason assigned for changing the place
was the want of proer accommodations
for all the people that will probably as
semble on that occasion. This inconven
ience will be obviutcd in various ways, so
that all that have any call to go to the
Convention can be entertained comforta
In any event we would bo inclined j
seriously to question both the authority
of the Xational Committee to muke a
change, and the propriety of their doing
so. The time of holding it has been fix
ed early, the 23rd of April, to suit the
climate, and if there is and honor or advnn
tage in having the Convention, no State
in the Union is better entitled to it than
Coxmmtcn'T, Vnv, Thatjparagen of Re
publican. integrity, Glory to God Covode
is the author of a resolution introduced
into Congress for the purpose of enqui
ring whether any money was used in the
campaign of 1856 to carry the election
of Mr, Buchanan, and how much and in
what manner. The following extract
ehowt how sincere the man Covode is in
seeking this investigation, and how free
he is from the kind of corruption he pro
fesses to beauxious to expose.
The Republican Congressional Execu
tive Committee at Washington, have is
sued a very pressing and earnest confi
dential circular, calling the Republicsn
party to contribute money individually,
in order that the Committee may be pro
vided with the necessary means to des
tribute the Helper book and other Aboli
tion documents, preparatory to the Presi
dential canvass. To the circular is ap
ponded the fac simile of the signature of
each of the Committee, and among them
Hon. John Covode, of Pennsylvania, as
Treasurer of the Committee honest John
Covode, who only on Monday a week
moved in the House a resolution for a se
leet committee to inquire whether money
had been used in Pennsylvania in the
lust Presidential election, and from what
source it was obtained !
B??)uWe see by its editorial columns
hat uur amiable down town neighbor has
been under renewed obligations one of its
literary friends for a brilliant production,
which is evidently intended lobe very se
vere upon somebody. It is a fortunate
circumstance that theso explosions occur
but rarely, as they are very destrnctive
ftsk7A man named Levalley an engineer
on the Williamsport A Elmira railroad,
wos fatally Injured on Inst Thursday week
by jumping from the locomotive ss it was
about to run over a tree lying across the
track. He lingered until the evening in
grnt pain. His temains were buried nt
Elmira with masonic honors.
WX.An exchange says that nothing
breaks a man's patience so effectually as
to set him to breaking a new pairof boots.
This is a trial to which printers, fortu
nately for themselves, are seldom expos,
to-A down east Editor, gives as a fools
maxim "Absurdity is the spice of life
It is doubtless original, with him.
Wore to n Done. Democrats may
leatn a useful lesson from the energy with
which tho Republicans work. They are
distributing the Helper Book, the life of
John Brown, the speeches of WiUon. Lin
coin, and other "Irrepressibles," inued in
a chenp form, hy hundreds of thousands
by which appliances they expect to pre.',
pare the popular mind for the election or
a sectional President. It is time 'hat
Democrats were at work to counteract
these malign influences. This can be
donemot readily by the circulation of
IVmocratic Newspapers. Every Demo,
crat should feci an immediate personal in
terest in this matter. Take hold of it at
once. Ihcre is no time to be lost. The
New York Trilnt admits that if the Re
publicans win this battle it must be by the
help of voters indifferent or hostile to the
cause to-day We have only to maintain
our ground, keep what we have, prevent
the enemy from taking possession of the
wavering or lukewarm, and strengthen
the faith and seal of Democrat. Let not
a moment be lost Time is nrecioua
ork done early in the campaign is worth
bor is most effectual. We can't be defeat.
r.. i. woopiyuoour duty. The current
or popular feeling runs in our favor, but
we must not depead upon that for success.
Labor, real hard labor, will alone insure
the reward of victory. ,ed we tar more
lo nemmatsT-frWW,, i, ,
I Vivid Dircriptiox or a Row ih tui
j Ilorii. The special Wellington corres
pondent Cleveland rlaindealer writes:
"At oooe there roe so wild a y ell, etc."
This U ft litUe ahead of any thing yet.
Huffulo runners in steam boat times would
Und no more chance here than a bob
tailed bull in Sf time.
1 can see the gavel going but can't hear
it Now I am sorry 1 usetithe comparison
of the Loblailed bull so soon. Here is a
first rate place for it. What a voice that
Tom Florence has got. The Sneuker
cries orDKIt! Florence cries Mr. Spea
KKItt Une story Washburn cries PKIW
I LEGE, tiuestion! "rUKVIOU.SQUF.S
TION." POINT OF ORDEH," rings all
over the house. Keitt lays back and
smiles so loud that vou could hear him in
youi office if you would listen This is all
for "pure cussedness," as Kd. Wade would
say The Speaker will probably send for a
big pong with a nigger to ring it. "These is
nmes." Motion to adiourn. which luck -
ly it always in order, brings a calm,
journeu iiii rnuay
Justice of the peace
Luthcrtburg, Clearfield Co. Pa., will
attend promptly to til bullae entrusted le bis
care. He lo Informs lb rublle thai h ketni
"""iamiy o nana at nis snop, a central as.
sortnent of Saddles, Bridles, Harness ssd
""pi, wbten lie will sell oa reasonable Ire oil.
April 4, 1880.
II8T OF LETTERS Remaining in
the P. 0. at Clearfield, Pn. for quarter en
ding March 31st 1SG0. Joseph Cox. Sa
rnhCrich. Joseph Davidson. Abraham
Fogle. James Delmss. Kev. Gilds. Sam
uel Bialoy. John Paid. Eraste Lambert.
Keboccah McDeonnld. C. II. Poe. W.
T. Runvan. .lri.li Vilmrwir.1 II
ingbury. Kev. Samuel Reed. ' Any Per.
sons calling for any of the ubove letters
will soy they are advertisr d. C. D. Wat
son. P. M.
JUSTICE or tbe peace
Latbertburg, Clearfield Co. Pa.,
will attend promptly to all business entrusted
te bit stre. Marcs 28, 1800. Ij-pd.
Letters of administration
having beta granted te the subscriber on tbs
eitate of John Curley, late of Covington tp.,
dee'd., all persons knowing themielres indebted
to laid eitate will make immediate payment,
and thoie baring elaiant will preient them du
ly authenticated for settlement.
PATRICK CURLET, Adm'r.
March 35. I860. 61.
r At'TlON. All perseni are hereby caution
ed not to purchase, or in any way meddle
with a dark brown hone in the posaeuion of
JAMES PATTERSO H of Jordan tp., as tbs
same belongs to me, and is left with him on loan,
subject to uiy orders only.
March IS, I860. St
Lost In the borough of ClearSeld en Monday
lVth inst., a calfskin pocket book fattened with
a strap and well worn. The contents were forty
Are Dollars in fire Dollar bills, one on Terk
Batik, some on Cecil Hank, miae on Columbia
llank, the precise amount of each not knowa I
and a number ef promi.s.ry not and order.
amounting to near three hundred Dollars', The
above reardwill be paid to -the nnd.r by re -
turning it to the subscriber at Lumber city or
leaving it at the "Republican" Office,
JOSEI'U L. Cl'RBT.
March 23, 1160. St.
Tbs subscriber hereby (tret nullco
that all those knowing themselves indebted to
the following persons, by note, book account or
judgment vis: The firm of Dowler and Ake,
Ueorge W, fchoff, Ewen L. Miller, D. W. Moore,
R. Shaw aud Son, Wm. L. Moore, Samuol 11.
Diller and the books of Henry Lorain M. D.
dee'd, are required to come forward without dc
lay or I will it compelled to put on cast, at said
books, notes and accounts, are in my handt fer
settlement and eellectien.
WM. PORTER, J. Teaet.
March 28, 1160. 3t
SPLENDID S TJIA. WREJlMJEfL
llOOavl'.R, Very preductire j large, bcanij.
fab and of bKEQUALED QUALITY.
Wilton's Albaavr Eiceedinirlv nroduetir.
i FINK FOR MARKET.
Trlomphe de f.and, IMMENSE
splendid appearance, and Kyh Juror
Pyramidal Chilian, Vtry handsome; pro-'
ductivt, bardy, and mod uror. 1
Large Early Scarlet -Tub Easlissv, pre- "bIe for tlie durability and excellence of
ductiv. ,ud ". the workmanship displayed in their con-
As it it imponible to secure all the sxeellen-- lr ' ,
clet of this most popular fruit ia one runVfy, we ,lrucllon- Hand in hand, these relics of
offer the above as comprising, la five sorU, the ; primitive days, depart from the places
various points desirable. ' . .. . . " . . ..
Wt apain confidently JiEVOMMEKD Me I . 7 ' ,0ng t0od M ''"pi" ofJU
JlOOJiEJl, oily far the tent for famxfy ut$, i tic 10 6'Te P,nc0 to more fashionable sus
if ony one ttrt u to be vlanUdeomlnnimi ennot. which will in tWv (urn riot a iSmi
greatir number ef exeelUnciet (fn ,ny other
-All of the above bare eerfeet fiowera b.i !
will produce excellent erops, if planted singly or i
PRICE, (Securely parked te be forwarded by
express :) '
Per 1 00 plants of sny of tht above varieties, 2.00
- 100 30 ol each variety, 100
400 - 100 of each variety, t.5
" 1000 ef the Hooker. lJ 00
II. E. HOOKER a CO.
Jioehnttr, A" . 1",
Jiaas v. I ttiiii,
W. A. WAI.LACS.
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a. e. vtssav
iankinn anb Collection let
IZ0KABD. FIXVET 4Ce.
CLEARFIELD COVSTT, PA.
E,ch.n . L ru??H' T.
v en hand.
Omee ea Seca4 8t, ttT eppeslto the
s nn, uenguuui aua tcientise
Mltubleltof th. l.u.t ,ii k... :
patura, and all the spplianeet are or a similiar
character. No atttnUen will b. ... i i
tht comfort and pltir. tf hit customer.
Alarrelot of nsivi i . ,
aselel, . at(l 4, lata.
The Monthly Sermon before the Clear
field County, Bible Society will be preach
ed by the Kev. Spot ts wood in the Episco
pal Church, St. Andrews, eu Sunday night
next. 8th Instant. Timely notiee will be
given of the next appointment. ' ' -.
Movino DAT is past and those who have
found it eithei convenient or necessary to
change their domocilei, have already be.
come settled in their new homes. Va
rious changes have taken place in our
own town, several of our citizens have re
moved from our midst, and their places
have of course been supplied by others.
Mr. MeMonigle of the Mansion House
has removed to ilellefonte where he takes
charge of the Franklin House." His
place in the Mansion" is supplied by Da
vid Johnston Ksq, lato of the "Susquehan
na House," at Curwensville. Col. 1). M.
Weaver well known to the traveling puli
lic as "mine host" of the Mansion, at one
time, hrs taken the Susquehanna." Benj'n
Bloom Jr. has become the landlord of tho
hotel in Curwensville recently kept by Du
vid Smith Ksq. Wm Reed Isq. a citizen of
this borough has taken possession of tpc
hotel in Luthersburg occupied by G. W.
Long. And Mr. Thomas Robins having
purchased the brick hotel iu Philipsburg,
recently occupied by Mr. Shadmap, has
removed mere and assumed the proprie
torship thereof. These are the principal
changes which have taken place in the ho
tels within our knowledge. The gentlemen
are all clever and hospitable and we have
no doubt will do all in their power to
render their guests comfortable.
la-rAXTiciDi. Our community was
thrown into a high state of excitement
on last Friday morning, by the finding, by
some boys, of the body of a male infant,
in the river at the north west part of the
town, lying only a few fet from the
shore. The news spread rapidly and in
a short time a number of people had as
sembled upon the spot. A fler a Coroner' s
jury had been summoned, by the justice
of the Pence present, there being no cor
oner in commission in the County, a post
mortem examination of the body was
made, and it was given as the opinion of
the Physicians who made it, that tho in-
j fant had been born alive, and had come
to its death by violence. A most tedious
and protracted inquiry was then Bade by
the Jury, which resulted in the arrest and
imprisonment of the suspected female.
YYiih any further details of this melanchol-
ily affair, as we do not profess to publirh f
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ennt' Pper, we do not intend for the
present to deal. A shocking crime has
. been committed in our midst, the perpe.
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t ration of which every one must deeply
deplore. The guilt or innocenceof those
to whom is laid this heavy charge, will
doubtless be determined by a court of Jus-
tice. We have no comments to make.
Hand in Hand. We see by the Gazette
that the old court house in Williamsport,
Lycoming county, is about being torn
down to give place to a new, and more
commodious edifice, adapted to the wants
of the people, and the progress of the age.
We mention this fact ss coincident with
the demolition of the venerable pile which
but lately reared its spire far abovo every
structure in our borougb.aud of which now,
uot a vestage remains but a pile of bticks,
because both buildings were planned aud
erected by the same architect and con
tractor, the late Mr. Collins. The two
buildings bore a striking remembrance to
each other in their proportions and inter
nal arrangement, and both were remar)
,hr faie. JBsi.,tL.ni,l .l.i
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lew, which in time becomes the Old
Uself, ond departs like its predecessor.
How to Select Ftoir. First, look ot
the color; if it Is white, with a slightly yel
lowish or straw colored tint, buy it. If
it is very white with a bluish cast, or with
black specks in it, refuse it. Second ex-
amine its adhesiveness; wet aid knead a
little of it between your fingors: If it works
soft and is sticky, it 'is poor. Third,
tnrow a lump or dry flour against a dry
smooth, perpendicular surface: if it falls
like powder, it is bail. Fourth, squeeze
some of the flour in your hand; if it re
tains the shape given by the pressure,
that too is a good sign; Flour that will
stand all these tesU is safe to buy. These
modes are civenbv old flmie ,lu1n,. .,l
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T B T' Pr,Bl,D them'
M ihW T to that concern.
everybody, namely, the quality of the
staff of life.
Aerested Foa kosheet. The catalogue
of criminals in our midst is recieving dai
ly additions- Wemontioned in another
place that a young man named Baker had
committed to prison on acharge
robbery. Last niizht about 11
the Constable of Lumber Cit
u. t. '
t,rouBhtyounf man namml Irnn.
another whose name we did not larn
... . . . ' al11 noi learn,
.na ,Mged them in Jail, on a charge of
emg partners ot uaker in the same tran
luuuea, we unaerstand
Tb na -l.l. . I .
Ax Ancient Land Marx. In cutting
down a tree a few days ago on the farm of
Mr Daniel Bailey of Pike tp. bis son,
R. S. Bailey, found ft notch in the body, j J traveling public In general and the Water
which upon counting the growtha was me of tn Wo,t Rranohofthe Husquobanna in
r . t , . . . j j particular, that be has recently erected, and just
found to have been cut one hundred and op,ned( . Urge ,,, ,ommoaio , Tavern House,
four years ago. This ia perhaps the most at the well known landing at the mouth of gun
ancient land mark yet discovered in thb j "tt ZZfllLo
county and carries us back to the year j may favor him with their patronage. The homo
following Braddocka'dofeat in the vicinity uUt Pr,8'y ) accommodation
1 . Of ttllw till hi I tiff slVJBt Stftnntir.M will kAa,.l... S
Of Fort Duquesne, now Tlttburgh in the
Fire. A fire broke out in the woods in
the vicinity of Hale's mills in Decatur,
township on last Thursday, and the weath
er being windy it spread so rapidly that
it soon reached the mills, which were for
some time in great danger of being l-rTSSt 5E
down. However llirougn Hie exertions
of the people in the vicinity who can,0
promptly to tho rescue they were preser-
vod without having sustained any inju -
Snow Storii. We wero visited with
Snow Storm on last Sunday which t?uve
the face of nature a very wintry appear-
ance fof a few hours. The snow however
was mingled with rain and melted soon
after it foil.
On Tuesday forenoon another occurredi
during which considerably snow foil, but
almost as rapidly disappeared.
Death or a revoliIionart Soldier.
we were handed a communication in re
lation to the death of Ludwig Snyder of
Burnside tp. this county, who died on the
23rd uli. at the advanced ago of 113 years,
too late for insertion this week. We
slml! give it or its substance in our next
The Weather, after many variations
from cold to moderate, and fiom moder.
ate to stormy, and round again, is now
mild and damp, rain having fallen (luring
greater part of last night. The river has
risen some, but not enough to cirry a raft
Arrested. A young man named Baker,
was arrested at or near Lumber City on
last Wednesday charged with the larcony
of some money, ile was brought to this
placo the same day and lodged in tho
County prison where be still remains.
gtaThe Merchant'ilo appruinaca lUt wa
handed us for insertion this week, but ow.
ing to the amount of space and type re
quired for tho nnBt'Hted Land.s, we were
unable to givo it. It Shall appear in our!
trSJi.Our readers must excuse the want
of reading tnaf tor and general news in
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this weeks paper, as nil our time nnd room
have been given to the Tux sales by the
Correction. We published lust week
the marriage of Mr. John Rowls to Miss
Doughmnn. we have since been informed
thut it should have been John A. Rowls.
As we wero wulking along tho street
tho other day, we not iced a crowd of ur
chins standing around a boy who wu
sucKing a piece of candy. 'I say Bill,'
said one of them, "give mo tlint candy,
and I'll make it como out of my enrs like
Blitz did Inst night at the theatre."
Keccmd youth shells ovor tho cundy.
First youth very doliberntely eats the
candy, (second youth watching the litllo
follows ears) and after drawing himself in
to every concievoble slnipo he said; "If I
haiiit forget tho rest, you may have my
shirt font dish r.1g."
In Boggs tp., Centre co., on Friday the
10th day of March last, Lilly Klvv.duugh-
ter of Charles and Mary R. Larrin er, lor-
iniTiy w uniKUHi, it i. now iii tins oor
oucli, aged 3 yoars and 4 months.
Near Thilipsburg, Wednesday morning, '
March 7th i860. James Wilson, infant :
son of Russell D. und L .Anna Sliowolter,
aged 8 months and 10 days. !
After along and j.ainful illness, this
little one has been taken in all the bloom !
of innocence to rest in tho bosom of llim
who hath said "sutler little children, and
forbid them not, for of such is the Kings!
dom of VIeaven." His sorrowing parents
have the bright consolation tkitt he has
been spared tho turmoils, trials and dan
gers of the throny pathway of life, andi
that he now tunos lus cherubic harp in
tho pearly mansions of eternal blus. j
This lovely bnbe, thus early torn,
rroin our mnu oreusts nway ;
With silent grief wos gently borne
To its lone bed of clay.
Thus severed from their parent stem,
uur babes go on before;
That our fond hearts may follow them,
To that eternal shore.
wnoi.RsaLK Asn HRTAIL i-nirp.s crsnssr.
Corrected weekly by C. Kratiss A 8os,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in (ireceries, Pro
visions, and uoueral Dry Uoods.
Ruckwheat Ru, , . . . , , . . ,
Rye " '
0"" " " . .
I'ora (ears,)" " ,
Clorer teed per. bush
Flour, Snp. Fine, bbl
" Eitra "
" " Fam.
Dried Applet, lb
Ilutter, " , -,
t 6t .
Reans Hu. . . . ,
Salt 14 Sack
llopt y lb.
STEPHEN QEAFF STILL ALIVE!
The undersigned desires te inform the cem-,
munuy at large ana Kattsmen in particular that
Old Staud lu Curwensville,
Where fee it prepared to rannlr them with b.J
aud all other articles ia his line at the shortest
euee, aaa la unlimited qualities.
-area, 7th 10. tar.
Al. OIL lad Con, Oil Lamps for sale
AID IE REGULATIONS.
the comfort of those who vUit him, while they
February, IS, 1860, Jm.
lltuai bXKtlir, HARRXETTA,
rOHMCRtv' KEIT liY Mrs. CttHENTS.
men uuving business in Slurrietta that no pains
m VsKR MICUAKL
jvb. J2nd, I860. 3m. '
i UI33UUIIIUU ui a uituursiiip.
Take notice that tbs firm of Fowlor, Davis a Ce
a was dissolved by mutual consent, on Junuurr 18th
j indin the nslne"" br0llfl" 19 do" h'
FOWLER X JONES
March 21st. St p.
m c jrTfy
m a k
And. extensive Dealer
in auuarc Timber, Hoards,
o trefl supf
I'APKH HANOI NGM, At.
18G0- SPKINC STYLES, 18C0-
W A LL PAPERS.
JIO WELL it- JtOUllh'E,
Manufactures and Importers
No. 17 South FOURTH Streut, bulow
Olfrrs unumal fucilitica to Wbolsale & Retnil
buyers, a splendid stock of (roods to select from,
and nil nf the newest and best designs. WIN
DOW Cl'RTAI.V PAPERS, in endless ninety,
March 7th I860. .'linos.
pUJfTHX. All persons nro horoby' ci ution-
V ed not to purchase or in nny wny meddle,
with tho following properly now in tho potcssiou,
nf Tliint liixiirlii.. ,f i:m..i;..1i .
One yoke of cuttle, one gray horse, one sorruli
j m"ro ."" ,,nei h"""' "Wn, ss the
(Ssino belongs t me and is left with hiiu on loan
only subject to my order.
Uuellph, tp., Feb. 29, 18R0.3t.pd.
Cheapest ! Best'! ! Largest ! ! I
i)AYS for tuition in siirglo and double entry
llook-keepiug, writing commercial uritlnnot
w und Lectures.
Hoard 8 wettt 20, Stationary $7, 7V if son
$.'!5, entire espensit 1)2.
IVtiul time from 6 to 8 weeks. Every etudont
upon grndunting is gmirnntvd competent to tiiun
oge the books of uny buiuess, nnd uuiilifitd to
cum u palary l;iu
500 to 1000 Dollars.
Students onterat nnv time No viwntion H
vU:w Ht pleasure.
best business writing f.ir
it(.iliurjli, l'hiliidelphiii nnd
Kni nt the Drincinul fuira t.t
tho Union for the past four years.
Minister's Sons received at half prico.
Vil-For Circulars, and Embellished View of
Ojs College, Imluse five lettor stumps to
F. W. JEXKIXS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
UFW FALL AND WINTNR GOODS ! !
ASSORTMENT, AT THE
CIIUAP CASH XTOHi; CMiARMOM),
rpilE undersigned informs his customors that
X has Just received nnd is now opening nt
"t"ro on Market steeot a full nnd general
vn r uonns. a n or K ok a. hats
AXl CAPS, HOOTS AXi SffOKS,
IIOXXKTS, IA It It WA UK
VfKEXS WMIK.CKDA It WA UK, STOXK
II All JJJtl 1,1, A XII MKDIl'IXKS,
OILS, I'AIXS, if., ie.
Which he will dispose of nt tho most reasonable
rates for ensh, or exchnngo for every description
of npprored country produce, Iluyers should ut
all times consult their own interest, nnd procure
their goodi wherever they cun purchase the
most for their money. The "eliean rush store."
1 it is believed, bna tliis ilnnirnl.lrt r..i..A .r
emy.nnd therefore should bo sought by those
who wish to procure goods at the lowest cuth
Nov. 9, 1859. WM. F. IRWIN.
WATCH & JEWELRY
rpiIE uudersigned respectfully Informs his
1 customers ami me public generally, that be
"as just received from the East, and opened nt
nisestaoiiHUraeiKln A.I l '.V HOW Clearficd,
, ra. a line assortment of CLOCKS, WATCHES
anu Jtnt.l.UI of ditlerent qualities, from a full
sen to a tingle piece, wJieh he will sell at the
uud rciuioiiaoie pricei lor t,ASll.
CLOCKS of every variety on hand, at the moit
ALL kinds of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
carefully repaired and irorrof,f.
A continuance of patronage it tollollcd.
BepU 14th, 1859. J. F. NAUULE,
Rope ! Rope ! !
ON hand, bost 1J inch Raft Rope at 14 cents
per peand, inch Dog Rope, Also a lot of cut-
iom maim jioots, mndo especnUly with a view to
tho Bn,s f the Rnftsincn, and Log Men
' ariu io eror onerca at me price
Call and see.
C. KRATZEll A SONS.
Feb. 8, 1880.
MOORE A ETZWiLER,
Y noiesaie ana Retail Merchants. Also
extensive dealers In iin.l. -.l
ber and shingles. Also, dealers in flour and
gram, wnicn win be sold cheap for cash.
ucu 14, 1S5D.
f'. Shingles, Ac. J A
" A. STANDARD MEDICINE
For th BrtAAiV. Jal anJ .
All$ II I8KABES arising
1TV nnTUL'Mn,, n'
This medicine hni wrought the most
lous cures in desperate cases of
Scald Head, i
Rheumntio Disefdirt :
Loti of Appetite,
Old, Stubborn Uleer,,
j'luipies on tbs face,
Mercurial DiseAsei, -
Femalo Comiilnintn. tnrl all Til.
their orgin in an impure state ef the JJleow.Ml
The above is a portrait of David M Crearr rf
Nnpio, township, ,bo. on the. 3 1st dy 7l?
mado lfidvit bo.oro Justice UorM't
he wns trentod f,.r th. ..r r '.,BM
ii, ii,. " f Mw.i. iiiKiauainr
ant im.iilli. n..i.u:t. .... ' ..
-u.w., up, nose ana a portion of his left
cheek were entirely eaten away J Ua had
up nll hope, when he heard of tho "Blood Search
er. and was induced to try it. Four bottle,
cured him, on. although sadly disligured, th,
is no auestM.n but what this invaluable roe liC"
u" no I"" parfinilar of Hit can
may bo seen in a cireulnr, which can he had of
uny of the Agents.
We aleo refer to the case of Nancy Blcakney
of hldertnwn, Armstreng county, Pa., cured of
.--roiuianiivrucing uniihio to get out of bed fur
To the caso of a ludy in Ansonsvillo, Clear
held cuunty, who wai alo nlllicted with BcroM,
in its worst form.
To the esse of Ueorgo .Veisel, reidiug in Carl.
town, inmbrm count. Pa., who wut so badly af-
iiH iiu i. no v-uiii cr nun n cut ins entire nostoff.
nun ins case was , worse, if possible, thin
The particulars of these cases every one sf
which wiiscurcil by Hie use oftho Illnod Seurchsr
iiiny aiso dc louna in a uirculns to bjhad v
r , R. M. LEMON, Proprietor.
T.n lwiro tart r.. t). A r. i
,s iui Miw iMuiiuiiii'iiiru nun ajt D0r
tho Pu, Huilroml Ic)o(. n.liitlar.4urL'. Ia. .
Dr. (loo. JI. Kej'tfur, Wholesale Agent Pitu.
IMII l i h.
' " HY-C. D. Watson, Clearfield;
(,rh1"!'t'n t E. F. limine, Murrisdnle ;
'i' ; "l l'n,,he"'
, .. " '"l'rt i L. 11. toster.
" -'""I vm.rarimoj tfnillfS J), Uruilnill,
ipsburg; JI. Sunn, Ausonvillo ; Itussell McMu
ray, New Washington j Kdwunl Williams, Wil.
liainsvillo i Jackson Putcheii, Uurnwio ; Saiauil
Hug.iny, tilen Hope,
Feb. lt. IU. '
HEED & WEAVER
n.4 VE jitf t received, from the Eastern Cities,
nn extensive stock of full and winter gnuiii,
wnich they oiler to their old customers and tki
public gencrnll nt prices tit suit tho times.
Their stock consists in part of every quality
nr.d pattern of LADIES DHESS OOOlis ol tht
prevailing styles us well ut
loot, Inistwsn, iliipcrt and missrt shoes oti
imtvx oi xarivux valh rns. muul n,
uvniln, if'C, f.
lucea, tKins, millenary
Uur stock tr liENTLEMENS WEAR m
prises every thing adapted to the season such u
Cnt,1, casnimrret, retling, shirts, eramtt,
shawls, handkerchiefs, u-ovlen shirts and
drawers, halt and caps of crery ttyU nn
While pariicular attention Is Invited ts
our unusually largo selection of
elothwff, IjooIs and shoes, Jor men ond boys.
a fine stock of
O'oves and hosiery for Lulin i
gentlemen, mutant, Jlannett, sheetings, tirtiw
iMiiuii vinir ftimu uumctllC gooat
. To which
is added a heavv lot nfOHOCERIES OLEEX8.
Tulacea and tejars, em
unvms, rarprnmjt, nr., re.
Purcbuscn will do well to entrahT"e!taraTLs
our stock before supplying tbeinsulrot elst-
wbcre, as wo clin-go notliiiig for looking at sir
All kinds of marketable country product ta
ken In exchange. f
Cloarllold, Nov. 9, 1S59.
D.M1M STR A TOIt XOTI f E.-I.eltsn
Iministriition on the estbtn of R. ?.
Ward, Sen., Into of Clearfield hornin.li.
Having been granted to the undersigned ; til
persons indebted to said csluto are roiiuosted to
muke immediate pnyincnt, and thoso liavicg
claims will prcscscnt them duly authenticttt
wi pei iiviuvoi.
R. F. WARD, 1 . . ,
WM, RADARAIUH.) Admrl'
February, 15th 1800. f
KOTIC 13. Letters lt
been this dav crranted I
IU mentary having been this dav cranlcd t
the subtcribcr on the esUito or James Honry lab
of Pike township, deceased, all persons knowinj
me mscives lo be indebted to said estate art rs
quired to muke immediate pnymcnt and the"
wno nave cluimj will present tliein duly aulhco
ucuiou 10 my attorney, 1,. J. Trims, Bis,
or io t. J0J1.NSTON, El r.
February, 7, 1860.
WHEREAS, Hon. SAMUEL LINN, Esq
V V I'rosidonl Judge of the Court of Cummul
Pleas o( tho twenty-fifth Judioial .Dirtrict. sofn
posed of the counties of Clearfield, Centra anl
Clinton and tho lion. Wm, L. Moore and Bee
Jnmln Uonsnll, Assoclnts Judges of Clciapfius
county; have issued their precept, te ms dirt!
ed, for the holding of a Court of Common PH'
Orphan's Court, Court of Quarter Sossions. Cow1
of Oyer and terminer, and Court of Gsnefo
Jail Delivery, at Clcnrhold, in and for the foul
of Clearfield, on the '
Third Monday t lOlh, daiA of Mareh next
NOTICE IS, therefore," horeby given, to ti
Coroner, Justicos of the Pcaoe. and ConstaW"
in und for said county of Clearfield, to appear i
their proper persons, with their RolU, Kecolil
Inquisitions, Examinations, and other Remtu
brunoos, to do those thing! which to their off1
and in their behalf, berUio to be done, and Ji
rort be then and there attending, and not UM
I tinrt wituout leave, at their neril. I
UI'EN under my hand at Clearfield, this lit
aay ci reoruary in ine year or eur Lord, oi
tbousana elgh hundred tixty.
physicians of Bedford county, and by.Isr' Jh?
on of the Electric College la CiDeiBaattL W
periuu ot nenrlv e
7 C. KIATZT S0KS.