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W arilrcttr mi l ;n.-k t'n-i- : nun, ..fn, parlor
Himkf.nl nn. I )iiiiii( Fs ii'ii.i..n T.iili".
Common. French Pout. rottnp;. Jenny
Lind nd other Bdtpadi
KOKAs i.l nil KIM'S, HIHKM AMiS
llAI-KAt K-", WAII-M AM, Ac.
Hocking and A nn Chair?,
Spring Friil, t'niif llollom and I'.n Inr ( limn
nnil Common and other Chairs.
I O 0 K I X O-d I, A SS l.S
Of every ileiriiiinn on hand; aid new glasses
fur oht frames, which will bo put in mi ve
ry rrumnuliln terms on short notice.
Ho nlr.t livoi nn limn', nr luruihi ! In or
der, Hair. Corn. Husk, ll iiroml
1'otlnn top Mattresses.
COFFINS, of firry kind,
Mud lo o-tliT, uml finioi ii In attended with n
lltnrm, whenever l f. t rcil.
Also, Holme Fainting dune tooroVr.
The stiiscrihcr also manufactures, and lipi
constantly en Iuit.i1,
Clement's Patent Washing Mahini
The bs.it now in use. Thoio using this machine
never need lo without clean clothes ! lie also has
GREATEST I'.ATTT.K ON lflX'OKD!
15,000 Killed nnd Wounded, and
WITH CAM l' EQUIPAGK--and
70,000 Contrabands freed from the
BONDS OF SLAVERY ! !
ITVI'nV mnn t tint lins rcml nny tliini; of the
i pu t liisiory ol Ibis 1IMW miut linaily come
to the ci.iiclusion tlmt the Cunfeilernto (iovtrn
ment m tiMbe broken down. It onl y n nuen-
lion of Mine. Hut now we have the nbove Glori
oui oiil-clirring newt to oboer in up ; nrd the
only ilruir-back to our j.iy and plorifii'ntion is the!
iiumincnl dnnm'r of tlie Conlriibnnilii coming '
North to ' eat out our mb.-tnnoe," nnd to weiir out
ur fcliocn S Jlut of ono thine the people of C'cnr- J
wiu eoiintv in ii v do asuuroa, iiiki unit in, tlmt
FKAMv SHOUT for elioit onlleil Shurt-rt h
tu'llini; Hunts .t sIloi'N nn rlienp n nny nthor
mnn in the rountv; nnd if mhi don't lielii've i',
juntgive him a call on court-week, ornt nny other
time, nad si e for yourcr-lve. lie would jn't ro
mind the publii' llmt hie rliop j now on Alnrket
reot, in Muiw'a How where you will find him
just u Short uf imiinl if not it little thnvltr of
Cash tli nn lie would like to be.
All kind of work on hnndji nnd nimle to order
nn sltiirt notifc, nnd n. well iniirle, nnd an good fits
as c:in l.e ".-ki'cred" up here or elsewhere.
iiit-llon't forget the fhoii on Jlniket ftrect.
in Minw's Row. directly opposite liev. II, II. !
Swnopo's offico. F. fllOUT.
Clearfield, Juno II, 1SR2.
X AllO.S AL C0MMEUCIAL COLLEGES.
S. E. cor. 7th and ( lies! nut Streets,
New York city. Brooklyn, Albany, Troy,
Buffalo, Detroit, Cleveland,
Chicago and St. Louis.
B0OK-KKKPl.t, l'KNMANf imp, Commercial
AuiTnuBTic, CoMMKitrtAL Law. Fohus, Cob
BKsroNDK.icK, ,tc, pmcticuiiy taught.
These Collages being under the same general
and local management, and uniting in etch tho
advantages of a li. offer greater facilities for im
parting instruction than any oilier similar insti
tution in the country.
A Scholarship issued by nny ono is good in all
fer mi unlimited time.
The Philadelphia, College has been recently
enlarged and refurnished in n superior ninnncr,
and is now (ho largest and most pro.-pcroua Com
mercial Institution in tho Stat3.
Prjnat i Stratum's ricsof Text LSooks, em
bracing Look-keeping, Commercial Arithmetic,
and Commercial Law, lor sole, and sent by mail.
-T 1'ur fttlt intiticulara tvtid fur n circular.
October 8, 1S02. v.
AMES T. LF.ONAKD.
WM, A, WALLACE.
D. A. KINNEY
A. C. F1N.1KT
anhiim anb Callcctioir (Oftt
LE0XARJ), FINNEY &Co.
C J. !; A li f 1 1. D,
CLEARFIELD COVXTV, rA.
I BILLS OLKXCHAMUE, NOTtS ANb I)RAS'TS DI8COCKTK
Collection! na'c ami vmrrtJs p "v remitted
l'.xchaiige on the Cities: con-taiitly
on I and.
LfT-Oflice cn Seccnu St,, nenrly opposite the
Attorney at I.awan4 ltcal I'.state Agent,
CIiAR FIELD, PL.NX'A.
Ofi.-eon Mtrlulsl. Opwite the Jail,
Y ESPECTFULLY oflers his s rviccs in selt
J.V ingand buying lands in Clearfield and ad
joining counties ; nnd with an experience of over
twenty yen -a. a Surveyor, flatters himself thnt
bo cun ! .(. r satUftiction. And
Oilers for S a 1 e
IOOO ncresofconl and tiiuber I.nnd. itnni !,,
1'ccntur township, Clenrfiold county, in lots to 1
suit purihnpers, located near tho Tvront nnd1
CIcnrliMd Knilrund. " i
2K acres of first rate fnrm nnd timber lnnd j
in Hell township, Clearfield counly, Mtuuteon tho1
waters of Curry's Hun.
Hl'JJ seres in toMs, oeof 112J und thootli-1
crof 60 acres, suitable for Farming purposes, sit-'
unto in Highland township, Elk county.
S iUOcneral warrantee deeds for all tho above '
""I"- Feb. 18. 'fill. s. I
TO H0USEKF.ErERS.-Tho fubscriber-who !
waa educated in the Pennsylvania Institute for'
tlio instruction of the lllitid ia now iiinmifactur-'
ing CORN I) ROOMS, at Centre Corner, near
Welchs', in Lawrence township. j
He niakea a splendid article, and persons want
ing those indispensable articles to housekeeping,!
should pnlrniiiie this worthy young mnn. 'j
OrUROO.YS will be supplied either Whole.'
sale and Retail on tho most acoommo.lnting.terms '
EMERY LEUUKTT, '
Oct. 1, 1SC2.-6U
MEAT MARKET .'
LF.OPOM b LIONBUTCHERS. Now
occupy the basement of the Clearfield House,
vii the ennior of Market and Front streets, Clear-1
All kinds of meat Constantly kept on hand. 1
The publie are respectfully invited to call in and
acquaint themselres with our terms and prices.
Ie. 31. 102. I
AJ. I'ATTI'.KSOX, Attorney at Law, Cur
. wenavillc, Pa., will attend to all business
entrusted to his care. Office Opposite the New
UsthedlstCkarch. Feb. i, 2. j
mi ' hi ri'in.ii'AN.'
1 1mft til lliillii t "in I
I ''Hi) i f Uo'l-tf,
lii'I.J if Mil' d, '
II Mill i.f ,t it r .
I .iiilh M .in-Ill
7llil li r nitflnliff,
In r m h jm'i s'i'i ri'ii lui'f two mnV
r i i r t
I tniiil) Orflri-M.
pre I Jinljrn, linn. Mmm I I. Inn. Ilftlrfun
A t" ludj;'-., II. n ,1. i,1 : i '., I'MMrnsvtll
lion. .1 . !,! Hlniiin, Form,
fir r.rT. Fd.iurd IVtk', I'lmrlWl-l
Vnllinoliir, Daii-il .mirr "
Iti-Ki.n-r A llf. i.rrliT, I. II. Fsrger, Clearfield.
iiirl-l All lrr,i. Tct, "
'Treasurer, Jo.rph Minic,
V. HiirreTnr. II. H. Wrlifhl,
(irniiiplno II lit.
H. C. Thoinion,
H. O. Iltiwinnlti
('. H. Worrell,
II. J. M ooilnnril,
J. W. I'nlter,
Leronte.t Mi 111
1. 1st of rontOlllcrn.
VimiM nf I', O. Snmrt
Trout v i! lo,
New W imliington
Win. . Wright
I. J. 1'imey
T. A. M Ohee
H.I, Ili'iid rson
P. 11. Miller
J. E V'atMon.
K. H- Moore
O J. Sloppy,
tl. S. Toner
M. A. Frank.
P. A. (liiulin.
F. W. Pebnar;
T. 11. Fleming.
Uelon Post Office,
Klk county, Pa.
A. II. Hhnw
T. II. Forcce.
M. 0. Stirk.
J, W. Tbouipn'n
J. C Ilronnor,
II. W. Spencer,
A. C. Mooro,
T. W. Fleming.
. F. Pale
This PostOfliee will do for Chest township
Will nnnver lor Ferguson townthip.
Shot at ! but Miiscd! !
A GREAT" MISTAKE!!
rrMIATall the nicrchnrts of Curwonsville were
j. wounded. 'Tis true, I was ".V( llnit
,,,! " 3nd since then have been at the city
nud have procured a very
of Goods of all descriptions, which I am dispo
sing nl at lower rules than any other house in the
Read ! Read ! . Read !
Best Calico from 15 to IB cents per yard
Rest Muslins from 15 to !0 cents por yard
Uesl Delaines from SO to 23 cents per yard
CLOTLI1NU AT UEDUCKD TRICKS
Sugar from 12J to 15 cents.
Best Syrup at 87 cei.ts.
And all other groceries nt the same rates.
Boots, Shoes nnd Shoe Findings
of all kinds, CHEP CHEAP.
LADIES who wish to make a good investf
ment should call and examine the assortment o-
D 11 ESS GOODS,
Merinoes, Saxon Plaids, Plaid l'rillinnts, Xc., if c
Also Cloaks, Shawls, Hoods, Nubias, Sontags
Wove?, ic , a:c., Ac. Ac.
J. P. THOMPSON.
Curwonsville, Deo. S, 1SSJ. y
UK. VTM. II. lllT.D'S
BEST IN THE WORLD.
FIXE TEETH AND A SWEET BREATH,
CURING TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA.
Do vou wish to be Vilossed with and admired
for I'KAiii.r WntTE nnd Sound TEETH 7 Use
Dr. Win. It. Hind's Unrivalled Tooth
Powder, warranted free from acid, alkaii.orany
injurious substance. Price, 25 cents per box.
.if Rcwaro of the ordinary cheap Tooth Pow
ders, which whiten but destrey.
Do you wuh to be certain that your DREATH
is pure, sweet, nnd ngroenble to husband or wife,
lover or n-iendsr te nn iiiilfl'8 1 elotirateu
; Mouth Wash. Price 37 cents por bottle.
This astringent wash is also the best remedy in
: tho world for Canker, lind liroath, Isleedinj
! Gums, Soro Mouth, etc. It has cured hundreds,
j Do vou, or your children suffer from TOOTH
ACHE? Get Dr. Ilurd'a M a rlc Toothache
Drops, Price 15 cents per bottle,
I Are you
, Dr. Vim.
iifllicted with NEURALGIA? Get
II Hiird'n Neiii alla I'lnsters. !
Tliemost effective nnd dolichtful remedy known
f.T pains in the face, chest, shoulders, back, or
ar.y part of the body.
Tl.ey donotndhero nor blister, but soothe and
chnrm pain nwoy. Try them. Price, 15 and 37
cents. .Moiled on roreipt of price.
For salo at all tho bot-t stores throughout the
CtTioN . As there are dealers who take ad
vantage of our advertisements to impose upon
their customers inferior preparations, it is neces
sary to insist upon having what you call for, and
you ill get Tim best, thoroughly tented, and
prepared by an experienced and ncientifio Den
tist, Trt usurer of the New York State Dentist's
Association, and Vice President of the Hew York
City Deatal Society,
WM. B. IIURD A CO., Tribune Buildings
ew York. 6
.1. T K1UTZEE,
MERC II A XT, and dealer In Boards and
Shingles; Grain and Produce. FR0JIT Street,
above the Academy w'learfie.d Pa.,
Deo. 4. 1861.
CLEARFIELD COUNTY, PA.
HENRY EVANS, ftoprictor.
March 19, ISt.Z ly.
THOMAS S. M ft'LLOuTTlI,
Attorney at Law.
Office adjoining the Bank, formerly occupied by
J B. aloCnally, Esq., Majixel street, Clearfield.
Fa Wil sXtBd prosftr H QollreiojpSar,
ntw mr, via wf
T III i' . L W A. i. ' I
If tin- r, III r- t V -i l I
.SI ()()(). IMU.MM,M.
Will caiife Ilnlr In (Irnw on Paid Hernia wil
Rcloro Orey or llened llrtir to Ha
OHl'UNAI, (ONDl'I'loN AND ',Ol,0!ti
Will tirevent the Hair fmm Fallin; OfT, and pro
mote a New ami llenlihy Growth completely
railiratei UnndrutT, .will prevent and
cure Nervotia HcndnVliS' will give
to the Hair a Clean, Glonsy Ap
pearanee, and la a Certain
Cure for all Disciisos
of the Head.
Price, "5 ConM throo IIoiiIpb for $2.00
For S,ile at JfA li T,S I VICE'S I) I UG
STOKE, Market St., ClrarJirU, I'.t.
It ia a perfect and eompleta dresi'liig for tbu
Hair. Keud the following testimonluls.
U. 8. MAnniAL a Okkicr,
New York, Nov. 6, 1st I.
WM. OKAY, Esq. Pour Sir Two mi n Inn ago
my head waa almost entirely Imld and the litllo
bnir I hud whs all irr, and tailing out very fust
until I feared I abouid lose all, I commenced
using jour Hair Jtrttonttire, and it immediately
topped the hair falling off, nnd soon restored tho
color, and after using two bottlea tny head ia com
pletely covered rith a healthy growth of hair,
and of the same color it waa in early manhood.
I take grent pleasure in recommending your ex
cellent Unit Jtentwnlii't nnd you may also refer
an doubling person to me.
K0BERT MURRAY, U. S. Murshal,
Southern Pistriet, Now York.
For rale by the proprietor, (Wui.Groy) at the
3U1 llrondwny, New York.
Also for sale by John S. Pierre, General Agent
IIS4 ltmmlwuy, N. Y., and by all Druggists..
JPilN S. J'lEKCK. tieniMul Agent,
Ko. (i85 Uromiway, N. Y.
N. B. Prtiggists or others (ending rash orders
for the Restorative, will bo supplied with circu
lars containing ecrtilientes from people of the
highest respectability, fjoui all parts of tho coun
try. March IV, ISol!. 1 y.
OLl,OCKS DANDKLI0N CO K FEE
This preparation, mndo from the host Java Oof-
fee, is recomiiunded by physicians ns a -superior
MJTKH1UUS llKYfcUAlJK tor General Debili-
tv. Dyspepsia and ull billious disorders. Thous
ands w ho have boon compelled to abandon the
use of coffee will use this without injurious effects
One can rontnius the strength of two pounds of
ordinnr.vco.ee PRIrJE 25 cnts.
IK.! Hulk's IkliVSlKHA 8
Tho purest and bestllAKINU POWDER known
for milking light, sweet ami nutritious Dread and
Cakea. PRICE 15 cents.
MAN! KACTUHKI) II r
M. H. KOLLOCK, CHEMIST,
Cm: of broatl il'- Chesitut iStrects, I'niadepliia.
AND SOLD Br ALL Dlll'ur.lsTS AND OHOCKIIS.
SOLD AT It. MOSSOr'S.
Feb. 28 1S02, 1 yr.
THE MACIC TIME OBSERVER,
The Perfection of lecliaiilni.
BEING a Hpntino and Opfn Face, or Lady's
on Gkntleman's Watch Combkkd.
One of the prettiest, most convenient, and do
cidedly the best nnd cheapest timepiece for gcu
erul nnd reliable use, ever offered. It hits with
in it and connected with its machinery, its own
winding attnchiiicnr, rendering a key entirely
unnecessary. The cases of this Watch are com
posed of two mettils, the outer one being Eno 16
carat gold. It has the improved ruby action le
ver movement, nnd is warranted nn accurate
tiincpi.'cc. Price, supuibly engraved, per caso or
a half dur.cn, $-'04 UU. Sample Wutthcs, in neat
morocco boxos, for those proposing to buy at
wholesale, 'ib, sent by express, with bill paya
ble on delivery Soldiers must remit payment in
advance, as we cannot collect from those in the
llL'RRARD BROS. 4 CO., Sol Importers,
Cor. Nassau A John Sts., New York.
Jan. 21, 1SH3. 6w.
MAINE STREET, CURWEXSVILLE, PA.,
WM. A. MASON, Proprietor.
Tt II IS long established and well known II 0
X TEL, situated In tha west end of the town,
has been retnoddled, enlarged and improved, and
the proprietor respectfully announces to his nu
merous friends, and to the travelling public, that
he is now prepared to accommodate all who may
fiivor him with a call.
Ample, safe and comfortable stabling Is at
tached to the premises, and trusty attendants
will alwnvsbe on hand. Charges modornte.
Feb. 12, 1862.-tf.
Justice of the peace
Luthcrsburg, Clearfield Co, Pa., will
attend promptly to all business entrusted to his
care. April -I, IbCI.
WATCH & JEWELRY
THE nndersigned respectfully
informs bis customers and the
publ ic generally, that he has just
received from the East, and 01 en.
edathis establishment in VR AMAH'S HOW
Clearfield, Pa., a fine assortment of Clocks,
Watches, and Jewelry of different qualities,
from a iinle iiicco to a full sett, which he will
sell at the moat reasonable prices for cash, or in
exchange for old gold and silver,
CLOCKS of every variety on hand, at the most
I ALL kinds of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
I carefully repaired and H'orraiitco'. .
A continuance of patronage is solicited,
Sept. 19, 1860. H. F.NAUGLE.
j CLEARFIELD STONE WIRE PUTTERy..
I Thankful for past favors and solicitious of fu
ture patronage. I would respectfully announce
that I have on hand again, and will constancy
keep at the Pottery in this borough, on the cor
ner a short distance east of the Methodist Cnuroh,
. a larce stock of Crockery, such as Cream crocks.
milk pans, Churns, Jugs, Jars, Stove pipe casing
and also an extensive assortment
.different su.es and patterns of brackets and
rosettes ror cornice on bouses, and other nioul-
Any mouldings not on hand will be made to
older on short notice. Also fire brick mad
and kept for sale.
TA liberal reduction on prices mde U
wholesale dealers. F. LEITZINGER.
Clearfield, may 23, 1S61. ly
Sharing and IlalrUress.ng.
TEREMIAH N0RR1S respectlull announces
U to his friends of Clearfield and vicinity that
hs has returned to hit old tta . 1, and is well pre-
j pared to render the most perfect satisfaction to all
wheaiay desire his professional services.
I Clearfield. April 9, '62.
i DANIEL GOODLAHDER, 1
ft STICK of the peace
J Lutherebnre. Clearield Co. Pa..
jTUlatvaa traaytlr U all bnsi Btrxsted
jtvre wiaw aurea at, isjtjs, -TyrC.
Weill fr ('nUi(f Afit
IIAIHUrl I ' in Ii At. Ill 'inliV
iiiK (.!.r.,vr.ti llll.l.lON
TIIK UM II'H M I'M ,S
H lUnrr.a A ttnr.,ni m firr.
ajieni "I li e liis In N an r nf I mm p let
Is l-tnt y nl tli f;irnl Itrlirlltmi lit tin t nU
Ird Ktttra. 1 ba funk has bei-n fur many iinmiha
In cnor.e of pr, piirniUn, by nrllct tery wfit
qiinlllii-d for the lak.
1h I sithoih i tins) rimlnlns a rlesr and me
eini t ai'C'itml of lb formation of Ilia ('onredi-ra-ry
of tin Stiitea the formation and adoption of
i the Constitution of Ilia United Htntea, ami the ts-
tnliliidiintiil of tin Niillmial (loi erntnsiit , tlnor-
l.rtn. itftvliililnpdl ami tifttifpitka (if I Its, ilatitl r 1 nm
j "-t - ,-. . - v ... ... ...vn
of Nullificntion and heresslon, and the Various
1 rbasea which they assumed until their final cul
mination In tho l"i Itrbtlliun.
The lltKTonr comprisna a full account, drawn
trom Ih" must authentic auurces, of all the Kvents
of the War the intrigues of the Huuthern leadora
at home and abroad the gradual detection olons
section ; the great Uprising of the People for the
maintenance of National Life and Fxistonco; the
rapid creation of an im mense Army end Navy
and the i'nttlea by land and sea.
The li.i.i'iTiUTions comprise Portralta of ull
those who have borne a prominent part In the
atrugirle ; Maps of the different localities : Plans
of the lending actions; Views of every scene of
interest, and of the most important Unities. Those
Illustrations are mostly I nun drawings taken on
the anot ii . urti is detiuted for that nurnose to c.
(company every division of our Army and Navy.
Every facility at the command of tho publishers
bus been employed in the preparation and execu
tion cf this work ; and they confidently boliovo
that it will form the must trustworthy and valua
ble hlstury whi h can be prcpnrea of the) trent
xtriifjgle for the American Union.
Mode and Terms of Publication.
The work will be issued in Numbers, each con
sisting of Twonty-four Pages of the siio of "llttr.
cr' Week;," printed from clear type, upon fino
paper, nnd will probubly be completed in ubout
The numbers will be issuodat intervals, if pos
stb'e, of about three or four weeks.
The Price of each Number, which contains
matter equivalent to an ordinary Volume, will bo
Twniily tivo Cents.
The Illustrations in each Number are alone
worth the price asked. Men out of empluyino.il,
SICK OR VISA UL El) SO 1.1)1 EUS,
can find no otlur work so stirs of ready sale and
For further particulars apply to the Publisher;,
HARPER & BROTHERS,
Franklin Sipiare, New York.
D o. 17, 7863. Xt
F U NIT Ull E RO O M S
BENNER & BARRETT i
Respectfully announco to the nubile that they
hava en,,,l,ll,l n,l r ,,n- n m-in, Ihnirna.
furniture waro-rooms. frontinir on the Market'
Lot and nearly opposite tho Court House.
Cabinet iiiukinir will be carried on in the up
per story of the same building in all. its
DIFFERENT il r A N C 11 fc S.
All kinds of furniture will be kopt constantly
on hand and sold chonp for cash or exchange
foicountry produce, or Lumber to suit tlie busi
A KM CilAIIlS,
SPJUXG SEATS. CAIN
Q JA. 1x3 Ha 2li
r A 11 LOR NO FA, V EX THE,
EXTEXXIOX t- HREAEFAST
T A R 1. E S.
S 0 J g.
OF A I.L KINDS.
VARIETIES AND PATTERNS.
BOOKCASES WARDROBES, AC.
FREXCll J'O.S'LS, &c.
Hair, Hair top, Cotton top,
and Corn Husk, of the best material.
LOOKING-GLASSES of all sorts and sir.es,
Also, Glasses for old Frames.
Also, Tea poys, What-nots, Wash-stands,
Work-stands, Ilii t rucks, rf-c,
Made to order on short notice, nnd
Poplar, Cherry, and Linwood Lumber, aajrn)
in exchange for work.
Clearfield, October 2o, tint. ly.
Going- it Alone !
'ORGE XEWhON having commenced
the manufacture of BOOTS and SHOES
would respectfully solicit a share of public pat
ronage. Without making a great fuv, or any
rash promises, it shull and will be his steady en
deavor to select
The very beat of Stock,
Make the Tory best of work,
And (at least hope for)
The very best of custom.
(If this aint poetry it looks very like it but it is
the truth, which is better.
So, "wade in end get Fitt. Shaw s Row
1 door next imhi'caN nfiin.a
I Clearfield. J ul v f). 1 Sfi2. v
SHAVING AND HAITI-DRESSING.
A of ly the Bard Graham't Row.
The question has often been asked
Why Pleasants ean shave so clean F .
That customers who shave with him
A benefit must reap, I ween.
I!eshnvesfora"F!P," and if you are willing,
Will take off your bair in a trice fora "rbii.lino."
Fo come along, ye Jolly boys so slick,
For Pleasants is the man to do it cheap and quick.
The reason may readily be seen
Why his custom is so large :
His towels ail are clean his razors all are keen
And you'll always find him 'eos.int in a charge
Just go lo Pleasant's nnd you'll be
Like Sheba's Quocn cf old'
Pleased and delighted, fend exclaim
The half has sot been told.
i-feDon't forget the place in Graham't Row,
above B. Stumph'i shoe shop.
Clearfield, June IS, 1862. tf.
Furs Fu rs Fu rs.
ITTANTED all kinda of FURS, such
Black Bear Skin.
t, . . . . , . . , , .... ....
in wnicn mi oiiDwipnniviii at ttiai uiir
in Ind. n, (.ASH. Ttlftf'Tk MOKSAl
OWnrleli, Dee. i, 17M
T'lVf 1iirf(i vntnrinf, i ,
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riHi iMim iiiiv
I ll-li-d In MM, and I. tv f, p,.,,
ta slghiern'ri i-ar nf lt f ..(. ,,, m,,I
Ilin",, lt ia.inli-, bin.r , ,,( ,a n,,(
res.lul M'nhanta od lluiin-aa M-n ofi.ut rum I
Ilia Onif'l nflbo Instltiilli.ti l.n.lily In ar7'.r
young tnsn fm-llllif for thorough in t ariij.in for
I nn iiiui nr tt nnr era jfm.,,, a
nppllcnble t the vatlnnn d"piirtinent nf trsanj
rnaM4iiir, hnlh plnin an t nrnamental ( m .
urnrtii. ,w, MTtirTn a, N'AVintioa, I'mi.
KsuiMMiisn, DnAwinn, Piinniitiiurnr, and Mnn
tna LAiitiAdits. ;
T ii m SvsTnn or latnoni rTini Is peculiar; no HON.
elnssea or set lessons are made use of, but each
student ia taught Individually, so Hint ha limy
commence at any lime, and attend at whatever
hours are most convenient.
Catai.uuI'KS are issued annually after the 1.1th I
of April, containing names of tho students for the I HON,
yenr, and full particulars of terms, Ac , ami may !
be olitnineu at any time by addressing the Princi
pal, I.l Kxtknsivb Accommodations, wide-sprond
raiiiiliktinn. anil th lunirthv stnitriitni.. nf lit
Principal, this institution oners lauiltioa superior nwxn. x. v . Liiu UUliN, Jr,
1 ' " 1 TtATlT Tt nf -w -r -r
to any other I
irg to preiuiro for business, and to obtain nt the
same time A nirt.nMA, which will prove a recum
mendation fur tlicin to any Mercantile House.
-Sr-ClilTTKNliKN'sSeries of Treatises on IlooK
Kkki'INO, now more widuly circulated than any
other work on tho subject, are forsulo at the Col
logo. S. HODGES CRITTEN'DE.V.
Attorney -ut-La iv,
Philadelphia, Jan., 22 ISfiJ ly. Principal.
AFRESH ARRIVAL OF
Spring Sc Summer Goods
AT Til E CHEAP CASH STOKE.
j Iain just receiving nnd opening a carefully
solocted stock of Spring and Hummer goods
of almost every description,
1 0'jJAiPiLia & iPAYfarir
1 A beautiful assortmont of Prints and Pre
I goods, of tho newest and latest styles. Also
great variety of useful notions.
UliV-CUODS AND NOTIONS.
Huts and Cups,
Pouts and Shoes, a large quantity,
Hardware, yi eonsware,
Drugs and Medicines,
Oil and Paints,
Carpet A Oil Cloths,
Fiuh, 'facon and Flour,
Mackerel in 4 1 and a barrels.
'f"' best quality, all of which will be so.d at
. 10we" Or reniiy pay prices.
respectfully invited to call
;Mt-N. It All kinds of ffMA'and annrovod 1
CdlXTHr 1'HOUCCE taken in exchange of I Tj)N.
Clearfield, Jane 20 1801. WM. F, IRWIN. ;
PAYS the entire cost for TUITION in the I
most populurand successful CO.M.M EftC'lAl.'
! SCHOOL in the country. Upwards of Twelve'
jllt NiiiiED young men, from t Kn r-Ei;iiT dilli-r
lent States, have beeu educated for business here j
within the pusl three yenrs, some of whom have
beeu employed as BOOK-KEEPERS at salaries !
I $2000 00 . I
I immediately tpon graduating, who knew nothing'.
'of accounts when they entcn- l tho Collego,
Jftr .Minuter s sons hall pi ice.
Students enter nt any time, and review when
they please, without oxtr.'i tVarge.
For Catalogues, Specinu ns of Penmnns'iip. nnd
View of the COLLEGE, enclose five letter slumps
KINS A SMITH.
May 15, 61. ly.
VALUABLE TIM1JKK LANDS
TIMIE attention of persons dosinus of purrhaa
J. Ing desirable Timber Lands is imitcd tothe
following tracts of land situated in Kenling town
ship, Clinton county, Pennsylvania, known ns
the LORAIN' LANDS, vi:
A certain tract, being' Nh. ZUiO, warranted in
the name of Thomas Willing, containing about
1 KM) acres, situate on Birch I.-land Hun, nt t lie
distance of ."1 niiics from tha river, being w ell
timbered with Pino nnd Oak.
Also, another smnller trnct of lnnd, situate at
the mouth ef Birch Islam. Bun, on the west side
rf the river, containing 73 acres und allowance,
and having a good railing beach thereon.
4;SFor terms apply to
G. I.. KEKD, 1
JAS. II. GRAHAM,)
Clearfield, July M, 1SH2.
Goods ! Goods
7"M. F. TRYIN has just received a splen
did assortment of
SKASONA ',!.!: GOODS
at his old etand on MaArt sir t, whero he
ready to Wait upon his old rji tomers and
many, new ones es waut to get the
Nov. 12, 1SC2.
New Goods !
iEEED, WEAVER & Co.,
I Are just open
ing a splendid lot of the most carefully selected
ever brought to tho place which they offer te
thoir customers, and the publie generally, at the
very lowest figure the markets will afford ,
Not. 12, 1SC2.
Justice of the Peace.
For DscATta Township,
will promptly attend to all business entrusted to
bis eare. P. O. Address, Pbilipsburg Pa.
Aug. 21st 1861
H. W. SMITH & CO.
MERCHANTS, and dealers in fhyi
noons, urocerins, Jiaraware, yucensware. and !
(even thing usually keyt by the trade. Store on!
' SECOND Stroet, below Judge Leonard's, oppo-
sue mo i resnyvenan t uurcn, iiearrjela l a.
. Dee. 4, 1S61.
0. 0. Dt'BH. T. J. a CILI.OC0I1.
BUSH & M'CULLOUGU,
ISTIn Geahah's New Bl'ildino.
Feb. 5, 'C2.
SR. J. W. POTTER.
! Pbyalrian and fturfreoii, bat permanently
locaU d at Frenchville, Covington township, oft
! era his professional services tothe turroundinj
eomsaunity. May 8, 1861.
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May,r r-r I.OWELt, H,,
HON. ALtllN JJ13.AIID,
Mayor of NASHUA, H n
E. W. HARRINGTON
Mnyor of MAfCE3';,r, j.'
Mayor of COJJCOSD, J7, 4
A. II. BULLOCK-.
! M iyor of WORCK3TEa, Mlj
jilON. NATIT'L SILSBEH,
; Mayor of SAt.BM. MA
in the country, fur young men wish-1 ilayor of BOSTON
nON. VM. W. RODMAN,
Woyor of V.KO VIDEUCiJ. rt
HON. AM03 W. PRENTIC3 1
Mayor of NOUWICH, CO.'?!,
nON. J. N. HARRIS, !
Mayor of NEW I.OSDO.V, COA'T
nON. CHAS. S. RODim
Mayor of MONTHjJaL, 0, 3!
HON. D. F. TIEWANN,
Mayor of Nil W YOHil CTT;
IION. n. M. IilNSTEEY,
UT A TT UTTf snM
HON. ADAM WILSON,
xasyor ot xu.tu:;TO, C.
TON. II. M. BI3HOP,
Mayor of CIXCISXA.TI, 0:;i
HON. I. II. Cr.AWFORD,
Mayor of LOUISVILL2, H
HON. JOHN SLOAN,
or T.vnvi tnwi
HON. JAMES IIcFEETEItS,
Mayor of i;ovv;j:a.t.tvilli:. c.
:iON. JAME3 W. NORTn.
U.iyor of Airausr.v, if
HON. HENRStf COOPER, J;
Mayer of II AIiLO WJ3I.I.-, V
HON. JAI.IE3 G. liEETC,
Miyor cf IT.r.aEMOTOII.
are HON. WILLARD I7YE.
Mayor ir i'W BnDS'O. UaJ
Mayor of TALI, K1VE3, K,
Mayor of IIEWPOB?, El
Mayor cf QAL2KA, 3
Mayer tf DUI3UQUJ3, 101
Mayor of CJATTAIIOOSA,
Mayor of TUSCALOOSA,
HON. K. D. BATJGn.
Mayer of MEMPE.3, TL3
HON. GERARD STITH,
Muyjr cf HEW ORLEANS,
HON. H. D. SCRANTON,
Muyvr of KOCiiKSTKE, IS
HON. DE WITT C. GROVE,
Mayer of UTICA, S.
HON. GEO. WILSON,
Mayor of PITTSBURG,
HON. C. II. BUHL,
Mayor of DETROIT, MJ
HON. 17.EMAN L. PAGE,
Mayor of MILWAUKIE, '
HON. W. W. VAUGHN,
Mayor of HACUO:, I
HON. A. FARR,
Mayor of KENOSHA,
HON. JOHN C. HAINES,
Mayor of CHICAGO,
HON. M. J. A. IIEATn,
Mayor of SELMA,
HON. A. J. NOBLE,
Mayor of MONTGOMERY, J
HON. W. S. HOLYBAD,
Mayor of COLUMBUS,
DON ESPARTERO MANUEL
Mayor of VEBA. C3
DON PIETRE DE CABALLC.
Certify thut tha resident Druggist
"rvbestof; Ayer's Sarsapari
It r.a excellent remedy, and worthy ll
I tiuence cf iho community.
Kor Spring Diseases.
i For Purifying the Blood.
t or Scrofula or King's F.vll.
For Tumors, Ulcers, and Sores,
j For F.ruptlons and Flmples.
I Far Illntthrs, IUatna, and Bolls.
1 For t-'t. Anthony Fire, Rose, St
I For Tetter or Salt Rheum. M
For Siald Head anil Ringworm,
For Cam er and Caucrrous Sorts.
For Sore Eyes, Sore Ears, and Bant
For Female Diseases.
For Suppression and Irre gularltr-
For fj pliIU or Venereal DlseaKW
For Elver Complaints.
For Discat.cs of the Heart.
The Mayon. of the chief eitiet of C
tea Stftton. Canarlaa. and British Trol
Chili. Peru. BrazQ. Mexico, and in H
moat all tha citien on thin oontiner.
igned thin document, to ensure their j
what remedies they may uae witB ta.
confidence. But our epace will onli
a portion of them.
Ayer's Pills, vii j
Ayer's Ague Ci
Dr. J. C. Aycr A Ci
Aud sold tar Dnuvuti every whesa,