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;,. ; mi iilflii l hlei'sed and admired
i .r l'KAiti.v W iutK and Svmnd TKKTIl f I
..r. Vim. H. Iliiril'n I nrU nllt il Timlli
t'HHili r, nammlcd fre from mill, alkeii.or any
njurinus suhftanre. Price, 2b cents per bm.
TlT Ilcware n the ordinary cIi hi Tooth l'uw.
l.'ts, which whiten hut destrey.
lo uu wUh la be certain lluil your BREATH
pure, sweet, and njrrviil)lo to husband or aife(
' ..vcr or friends ? l'snlr. Hurd's CHobi atcd
lnutli vVunIi. Price 37 cnt pr buttle.
Ibis iu,tr!iigciit wash 1 11,40 thoboft roiuedv In
flie wurlU fr Canker, Had Urea tb, Bleeding
ilnuif, 8-r Mouth, etu. It hit cured hundred.
Do vun. or vour elnldron suller from ivuih
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I am Just receiving mid opening a inrofully orKo JAn .t .f, n.SAari.-r r. '.t
selected stock of Kpring and Hummer goods
o! nlmost every description,
A litiiiiiiliil assortment of Print and Dry
goods, of the newest and latest stylos. Also a
grent vnriety nf useful notions.
DUY-GOODS AM) MOTIONS.
Bonnets, Shan Is,
Hate and Caps,
Boots and Shoos, a large quantity,
Drugs and Medicines,
Oil and Faints,
Carpet I Oil Cloths,
Fish, Baoon and Flour,
Maakerel In J i and i barrels,
- . - . , i miQHFrBi id 7 t nnu uarreia,
ACIlKr Het Dr. lluriPn Mofjie ofth, u.t quality, all of whieh will b. iold at
isrisnt. rriw IS cents per bottle. .! the lowest cash or reedy pay prlee.
Are yua affii-tjd w.th tLKAL.mr t My old frlendi and the public generally, are
:r. i... 11 ll.ir.IV. , .'""'U1 "t"1" ro.pictfully Invited t call.
rheu.o.t eff.dveai.ddMiKhtf.11 remedy known, N n.AH kind, of Oi.V and approred
w-v.., , , .fWAmi'KOfltX' taken
r.y pnrt of the body. . 1 (loodn.
ihev no uiHUiiiiere nor uiisut, uui wuit n
(i. n. (iti in i, a. NDr.it, o I'libliBlnii'.
Trnne f Adrrtllni.
AdrertUementi arelnierted In the Hfpuhllean
at the following rateti
1 1 In.ertloa. I do.
,One iiuare,(14llni,) 61) It 1 1 00
iTwo nuare, (inline,) 100 I II i M
' Three iquarm, (4J llnei.) 1 60 J I
3 minlhi I tno't. 1' m0
One Square, t t l ti 40 4 1)0 96
Twoiquarei, t l I t I 4 00 t 00 10 0
Three squarei i t I I ft 00 I 00 IS 00
Four iquarcl, I t t l 8 00 10 00 14 00
'lalf aeoluma," t t t t 8 00 11 00 18 00
One column, t t t t 14 00 JO 00 ti 00
H)ver three weeki and loin than three mohthi ti
cent per square for each tniortion.
lluniaeii setleel not etcteding t linen are In
serted fur II a year.
AdrertiasmenU not marked with the number of
oiertlonedeaired, will he continued until forbid
and charged aeeordlcg to theae terms.
. I'uriu paiu uway. Try them, l'rloe, 14 and 37
. outs. Wiii'.jd u re:oiit of price.
Fur sale ut all iho bett ft')ro thioiigliout tho
Caitiun. As there are doulern wtiu taKo aa
Mintage of our advertise inenUi to impoae upon
li.'ir customers iuUiiur prvparutiuna, it is necea
try tu iasiiit upon liMviujr. what, you cull fur, and
ju will ugt tub UfckT, tliurouglily loeteel, and
I Tvr-nrt.nl by an experieui'ud and fitintillo Dtiu
:st, Xreaaurer of the New York Slate Dentin's
tfocialion,uiid Vice i'reuideut of the New York
i'ity Deatnl Kociety.
WM. li. HL'KD t CO., Tribune Uuildtnga
),HILAIELPIIIA & KHIE H AILUOAD.
rpilIS great line travera's the Northern and
J Nurthwesteru couuties of frnusylvahia to
t ..e cily of Krio, on Luke Krio.
It has bei'U leiuiod by the Peniuyhania Kail-
iul Cumpuni, and under their auvpices ia be
,;.g rapidly opened throughout its entire length.
It it now in uce for Puabunger and Freight bu-
uesa from Harrisburg to Driftwood (2d tfork,
77uii'.es) on the Kuatern Division, and from
.-lieflield to lirie, (78 miles) a the Western
Time of Patttnijtr 7u hit at iJriflioood.
I'.xpress Train leaves eas'.ward 4 20 P. M.
i..press Train arrives westward 12 00 M.
Curs run through wiTuotT cuancb both ways
n these trail! 3 between 1'hiluUclpbia and Lock
iluveu, and between lialtiinure and Lock lluven.
Klejcant Sleeping Cars accompany the Kxpross
Truiu both wayr between Willianntport and lialti
niore, and Williauiport and Philadelphia.
Fur infuriuauuu respecting Pasaenger business
j.jiply at the 6. E. Cor. 1 1th and Market sts.
And for Freight burners of the Compnny's
Agents. 8. B. Kiugttou, jr., Cor. 1.3th and Market
J. W. Hevuolds' Eri;
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. K. R. Bultimorej
II. H. HorsTOM, Uuu'l Freight Ag't, Pbila.j
Lewis L. IIotipt, Oen'l Ticket Ag't, Phila.;
Jos. D. Potti, (ieu'l Manager, WilliamsporL
Jan. 21, 1S63.
In exchange of
WM. F, IIUVIN,
Clenrfleld, Jane 26 18(13
Cheap !' limit lire;
1SSIRKS to inform his old frionds and eua-
tuners that, having enlarged his shep and
increased his facilities fur inmiufHcturiug, he is
now prepared to make to order furniture as may
he desired, in good style and at cheap rates lor
I bhIi. llrt mostly has on band at his "Furni
ture KoomH," a varied assortment of Heady-made
Furniture, among which art
Bureaus and Side-Boards,
Wardrobes and liook-Casos : Centre, Sofa, Parlor
lireakfnst and Dining Extension Tables.
Common. French-Post cottage. Jenny
Lind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS r.f all KINDS, WORK-STANDS
JIAT-KACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ac.
Hocking and Arm Chairs,
Spring-6ent, Cane-Bottom and Parlor Chairs
and Common and other Chairs.
ZOO KIX G-GLA SSK.S
Of every description on hand ; and new glasses
for old frames, which will he put in on ve
ry reasonable terms on short notice,
lie nlsokecps on hani'.orfurnishes to or
der, Hair, Corn-Husk, Hair and
Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS, of every kind,
Made to o'der, and fuuorals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirod.
Also, House Painting1 done toordcr.
The subscriber also manufactures, and has
constantly en hand,
Clement's Patent Washing Machine,
The best now in use. Those using this machine
never need be without clean clothea ! He also has
New Jf tfvy FifitiiN for Hair,
st'lTAntV fnr !,.p. Ten ,e -. Vs.., lu-p-
berrjc i. t'tfiiwherfirs, l!lnr!ih,.rri", Cnrrarl",
v c, of 1. i. i, 1 r !!' ft rmf, at ilif f"lln.
log p. Ices for (lis tefal, vi t 20 erf fnr IJDtt,
tllacreafVir 1 1 i st f-r fon, I arres for
t in, 1 acre for ( 20. I'ayablo by one dollar per
Also, good Cranberry lands, and rlllnge lota In
CIIKTWOOD. Ji by 100 feet, at 1 10 each, paya
ble by one dollar week. Tho abeve land and
farms are aitua ed at Cbetwnnd, Washington
township, Purlin gton rounty, New Jstsey. For
further information, apply, with a P. O. f lamp,
for a circular, to
II. r lv A Mi LI?i CLARK,
No. 00 Cedar street, New York, N. Y.
Jan. 31, 1883. 1y.
tonnioN ami ijom hfrit!ii(Ki,
DKIj.M N ES
PAYS the entire oost lor TUITION la the
most popular and aueeesaful COMM KRCIAL
SCHOOL ill the country, upwards or iwai.va
Ili'miRKn vounir men, from Twaarr-KiGHT differ
ent Status, liuve been eduuated for busiuess here
within the past throe years, some of whom have
beon employed as 1IOOK-KEKPEHS at salaries
f $2000 00
immediately rpon graduating, who know nothing
of accounts when they entered tho College.
Minister's aona half price.
Students entor at any time, and review when
they please, without extra charge.
For Catalogues, Specimens of Penmanship, and
View of the C'OLLEUK, enclose five letter stamps
to JENKINS i, SMITH,
May li, 81. ly. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Valuable Timber Land and
The Teachers of c'leurbold county are rcspect-
. .. . . .l t.. lx il :n
juiiy rcquesioa 10 meet ui mo j.onu uun, m , --- r -- ., . " """ . ,
.'learfield.on Monday the 4th day of October! lands are yet heavily TIMBERED, with a quan-
1 11 IS fine property is situate in Qirard town-
slnn, Clearfield county, Pa., and contains
about l.KMI acres of Land, tract No. i.'tofl,
and parts of tracts' Nos. 5.565 and 6:107. These
rest, at 10 o clcock A. M., for the purpose ol
iganiiingaTsACHKRS' I.vamcTR, to continue in
Mjssiou one week. The object of this meeting is,
I'jr the attainment of greater proficiency in the
Ufferent branches uf study i in the art of teach
ing, and for the discussion of such topics as re
to the advancement and interest of the com
.uon schools. Teachers are requested to prepare
t-dsayg, or short addressos on practical subjects
connected with the theory and art of teaching,
so thai tho exercises may be as interesting and
attractive a possible.
It is earnestly hoped that all teachers who
wish to qualify themselves more thoroughly, and
who desire to keep r.p with their profession, will
avail themselves of the advantages which this
Institute will afford. Other citiiens, ladies as
well as gentlemen, are invited to attend all the
oxerswa of the meeting.
Lectures ou educational subjects may be ex
pected ut ths evening seasinns. An examination
will be held at the close of the Institute, and per
maiiciit certificates will be awarded to desorving
candidates. C. 15. SANDFOltD,
Clearfield, Aug. 12 Co.Sup't-
Attorney at Law and Heal I'.ntatc Agent,
Oh'ccfn Market st. Opposite the Jail,
RESPECTFULLY offers his s rrices in sell
ing and buying lands in Clearfield and ad
joining counties ; and with an experience of over
twenty years as a Eurvoyor, flatters himself that
he can render satisfaction. And
O f fe r s for Sale
lOOO acres of eoal and timber Laod, situati in
Decatur township, Clenrfleld county, in lots to
sal. purchasers, located near the Tyrone and
t(MH) acres of first rate farm and timber land
in Bell towuship, Clearfield county, situate on tho
waters of Curry'a Run.
Itl'ii acres in two lots, one of 112, and the oth
er of 60 acres, suitable for Farming purposes, sit
uate, in Highland township, Elk county.
&U-Genural warrantee deeds for alt the above
ands. Feb. 18. ':!. v.
DANIEL CONNELLY begs loave to Inform
his friends, and the cititena of Clearfield
and vicinity generally, that he has taken the shop
latoly occupied by Ueorge Newson, in Shaw's
Row, where he Intends to be ready at all times to
wait upon those who xcay favor him with their
He will gunrnntoa his work to be as well exe
cuted as can be made elsewhere, and at quite as
reasonable prices. He is bound to win the good
opinion of all who walk in shoe-leather whether
male or female and al! heaska la a fair trial.
Clearfield, July 8, 1863 y
tity of PINE, OAK and HEMLOCK
A STEAM SAW-MILX
Incomplete running order, capable of cutting
Three Million Feet of Hoards per annum,
with all the necessary roads, railroads, rfc, for
putting stock to the mill; one large Mansion
House, six tenant bouses, store homo, School
House, three barns, a blarksmithsbop, and all
necessary onthuiluings are upon the property.
There are about 7 acre oloared land, under
good fence, and a Plank Road toward the river
for getting iumber to market.
This valunl.le property is litnate upon Sandy
Creek, about II miles from the river, and is pop
ularly known as the
Frenchville Steam-Mill Property,
and ia now offerod at PRIVATE SALE upon
reaaonable terma. All kinds of sawed lumber
can be safely and economically tiken to market
from the point indicated.
T-rf Application can be made to either of the
undersicned residinir at Clearfield, Clearfield
couutv. Pa., eithor personally or by letter.
JAS. T. LEONARD,
Sept 9, 1863. WM. A. WALLACE,
New Goods at Reduced Prices.
rphe dd stock to be sold al a reduction to cor
X respond with the new goods.
J- P. KRATZER
JUa just received
a general aaaortment of
DRY GOODS nt rmlucwl price
DHY GOODS at reduced pricee
DRY GOODS ni reduced price
DRY GOODS at reduced prices
Bonnets and Shawls
Bonnets and Shawls
Bonnets and Shawls
Bonnets and Shawls
Hardware, Quecnawore, Tinware, Notions
Hardware, Quecnsware, Tinware, Notions
Hardware, (jueonsware, Tinware, Notions
Hardware, (juccnuware, Tinware, Notiot
irajssirflffls snail Brags.
Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Sugar, Salt,
Candles, Rice, Flour, Bacon, Fish,
Tobieco, Crackers, Vinegas, Oils, Varnish,
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Drugget, Looking
WATCH & JEWELRY
rpHE undersigned respectfully
J Informs his customers and the
publio generally, that he haa just
received from the East, and o en,
edathia establishment in UKAIIAM'S HOW
Clearfield, Pa., a fine aaaortment of Clocks,
Watch?, andjKwr.uiY of different qunlities,
from a single piece to a full sett, which he will
sell at the most reasonable prices for cash, or in
exchange for old gold and silver,
CLOCKS of every variety on hand, nttke milt
ALL kinds of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
tarefully repaired and H'oirontft.
A continuance of patronage Is solicited,
Sept. 10, 1800. H. F.NAUOLE.
Flyer's Patent Churn,
A superior art'.cle. A family using this Churn
never need be without butter!
All the above and many other articlea are fur
nished to customers cheap for Cab or exchanged
for approved country produce. Cherry, Maple,
I Poplur, I.lnwood and other Lumber suitable for
I Cabinetwork, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on Market street,
Clenrfiold, Pa., and nearly opposite the "Old Jew
Stors." JOHJi UULIC11.
Nor. 20, 1862. y
D, O. Ill' 8 II. T. i. Ji't l l.LOLGU.
BUSH .V M'CULLOUGH,
JeyJ.N Graham's New Building.
Feb. 5, 'G2.
Attorney at Law.
I A VINO resigned bia commission in the ar
II inv. and resumed the practice of Law, may
be consulted on professional business at his office
on Second street, Clearfield, I'a. All nusinesa
promptly attended to. Feb. 11, '63.
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
S1I. I.Al'Cslf.lN, having purchased the
interest of his late partner, is now going it;
on bis own hook In the shop formerly .occupied
by Iheui on Second atroot, where he ia prepared
to keep up bis reputation as a complete workman
by doing all work eutrusted to him on short no
tioe, In the best manner, and on the most reas
onable terms. Defying the eounty, all he asks
la a fair trial, and a continuation of the patron
age heretofore extended. Look out for the rigu of
TH 15 111 WATCH.
N. B The Cash will be positively expected
wbeu the work is delivered. S. 11. L.
Clearfield, March 4, 18C3. y
J us I roccWed at M
l'A RLE CLOTHS nl
All to Le'indal MOSSOrS'.
r. .-ill. fl . i I a .... i
) wise! in erdisae, f , jj
l,fUUts te aide walka In
On motion II as erdsrsd, & y.
sf an Ordla.nee of (th of Aprtl, '"V
sldl-wslks. and ths suhntantami il
P.-pteinber, ISlS.ks, and Iheseni ar,l!!lS
lends.1 to the construction uH untO
walks on the east side ef Reeonl abli11
northern boundary lint ef the hrtJ!r h
In testimony that ths forss
th. ordinance .f vh April, IsSn.Vi.,'?!?
mnm iuictuui mi ioid September Iim ,T
hereunto set ray hand this 18ih 1
uiniir.is MATES llfiTt.
fllHR subscriber respectfully announces to the
X. cltisens of Clearfield and vicinity that be is
now prepared to eupply the very best quality of
COAL al the shortest notice. The arrangement
is designed to be permanent, and a full supply
will alwavs be kept on hand.
PRICK l rttiita at the Hank.
T cents delivered.
JtWYoT the p iblie convenience, Orders fur
Coal will be given at Kratier'a storo.
Clearfield, April 8, 1863. fim.
MAINK STRHKT, C'URWKNSVILLK, PA.,
WM. A. MASON, Proprietor.
established and well Known liu-
TKL, situated in ths west end of the town,
has beenremoddled, enlarged and improved, and
the proprietor respectfully announces to bis nu
merous friends, and to the travelling public, that
he is now prepared to accommodate all who may
favor him with a call.
Ample, safo and comfortable stabling is at
tached to the premises, and trusty attendants
will always be on band. Charges moderate.
Feb. 12, 186-2.1J.
LACE nt Sensation prices
HOSIERY nt Sensation prices
IMP. RONS nt Sensation prices
of nil kinds it nt
in nny quan'ly I
Always on hand nt MOSSOPS'.
C A SKI MERES
K ATT I NETS
al . Sensat ion
at sensation pne
A. D., 1863
J. O. HALL, Seo'y
Keptember 23d, 18P3, 3t.
GOV ERLY i HUTCHISON, JV
millS Hotel, ao wall known to tb, !
I publie of Clearflold countv. ! n- i? "N
dition to afford the most excellent aceeBiil 1
eithor for the transient guest or ths tn!
The "Unltod States" baa now all the n.
iencet of i
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL
and. the Proprietors are determined to inJlyll 1
or expense, lime nor labor to insure the so2 I
of the guests. The patronage of ths tJ?
publio il respectfully solicited. jlj L I
School Teachers Wanted 1
rpiIE School Roard of Jordan townibkj w I
X employ Four School Teachers, ferffnj
montha commencing in November wit tjl
wagoawtll be given. Application Hn i,! '
to IlAVtn u, ..."i
.. . n, nihil it
JAMES T. LEONARD.
WM, A. WALLACE.
as Coats, Punts,
Hats nd Capi,
Now for sale at MOSSOPS',
H A R D W A R K
kucIi aa Sa-s,nails
as Wine, Brandy,
G i n, W h ikey,
Cognac, etc., etc.,
FRUITS, such ns
Figs, Filberts, Ac,
flour, II a tu ,
Tea, C r a c k e rs,
Coal Oil, etc., etc.
nt sensation prices
nt sensation ptices
t at sniisalion prices
at sensation prices
tit sensation prices
Jordan tp., Sept. 16. pd
Conchmakiiif.' and LlacksmiuW
together with the necessarv water nnwi-. '
ing, all in good condition, for sale at i ban.
The above property is situated In the
of Curwensville, and possesses all ths sdtMiS
necessary for conducting each of tb, JJ
branches of business with superior facilitin
For further information apply to
CurwensvilU, Aug. 19, '63-tf.
WANTED A "largTior.
' ' FLAX SEED in exel
GOODS at the Cheap Store of
JOHN D. THOMKm""
"ITT ANTED an active, Intelligent boy, b, :
li yeara old, to learn th. Btorki-.
Business. Apply to JAMES E. WATSOS,
Ang. l'6:t-3t. Wllliamnpors, h
Always at MOSSOPS'.
nt sensation prices
nt sensation prices
nt sensation priaes
ni scnsifion prices
nt Bcnsit i.rni prices
at sensation price
At tli Mora of RICHARD MOSSOP.
Always heeps on hand a lull
nssoilment of all kinds of poods required
lor the accommodation ot the puMic.
Nov. It, 1862.
II. W. SMITU A CO.
MERCHANTS, and dealers In lry
Goods, Oroeeri.s, Hardware, Qaeensware, and
everything usually k.yt by the trade. Btore on
SKCOND Street, below Judge Leonard's, oppo
site the Presbyterian Church, Clearfield Pa.
Dee. 4, 1861.
JOSEPH R. M'MURRAY
AND DEALER IN L UMBER
New Washington, Clearfield County, Pa
July 1st 1863.-tf
LCTH ERSrTl RG,
CLKARF1ELD COVNTY. TA.
IVtnlunn anb Collection W
LE0NAEI), FINNEY & Co.
CLEARFIELD COUNTY, PA.
bill or axoiAKOi.aoTKS awn PRArrs niacocRTEn
Colletiont made and prnrrrdi promptly remitted
exchange on tne uities constantly
.'Office on Second SL, nearly opposite the
BOYS can be supplied with
WILLIAM SCJIWXX, Proprietor
May H. 1863. ly.
Justice of the Peace.
For DicATfn Township,
will promptly attend to all business entrusted to
bis care. P. O. Addresa, Pbilipsburg Pa.
Aug. 21st 1861
PRACTICING Physician, and Examining Sur
geon for Pensions. Office Southwest corner
Second and Cherry streets, Clearfield, Pa.
January 21, 1863. Ty.
DR. J. W. POTTER.
Physician and Surgeon, baa permanently
locaUd at Frenchville, Covington township, off
ers bis professional services to the surrounding
community. iiiayg, JSfil
.1. P. KRATZER.
MERCHANT, and dealer in Boards and
Olasses,' Ehineles; Grain and Produce. FRONT Street
Clocks, Churns, Wash-boards, Tubs, Buckets, flat above the Academy Clearfield Pa.,
Irons, Pans, Window-blinds, Wall-paper, Coal 1 Dec. 4, 1861.
Oil Lsmns, Umbrellas. Bed-eords. Knives and I ""
Fr.rki. Rnm.n.. Crlt. K... KI..I.U- All f 8. W. TIIOM PSOH. JAS. X. WATSON.
milE EXCKLSIOR WIND-MILL.-One of : which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. ' FflHOMPSON A WATSON, Dealers In Timber,
ana me nignest market price paid for Grain, 1 - "-",,a, " buiu, warysTine,
Wool, Shipping Furs and all kinda of country (Clearfield Bridge P. O.,) Clearfield eounty, Pa.
produce. J. P. KRATZER. UB-
Front street, above the Acadomy, Clearfield, Pa
June 3, 18C3.
I the best Windmills over invented Is now be
log offered to the citizens of Clearfield eounty.
The undersigned Agont is now in this place for
the purpose of supplying every farmer with an
article of the first class. He only nska a fair trial
to secure ita successful introduction. Farmora
are particularly Invited to call and examine them
before purchasing any other pattern.
Clear fl eld, July 1, 1863. Agent,
S HAVING and 11 AIIU)KrIN(;.--The
citizens of Clearfield and vicinity will take
notice that the undersigned haa opened a Shav
ing Saloon In Grnhnin a Row, where the various
branches of bia Profession will be conducted in a
style equal to the best city shops. He respectful
ly solicits a trial of his skill.
Clearfield, July 2D, 1863 6m
CHANS. ' WALTER BARRET
CKANS and BARKET,
Attorneys at Law,
May 3. '63. CLEAnriEt.n, pa.
WILLIAM A. WALLACE.
WALLACE & HALL,
Attorneyt at Law,
DR. A. M. HILLS
-,- lAESlRKS to In-
Si.,'vrA .i v...!-.:. w..
?to4 him to his office all
r. 'tthe time, and be will
533f" therefore be unable
-JT tTVV?W' ,0 mke Professional
V -.yi-i,. oe. Vi,,u 10 7 of his
ivHii''-' customed places
this summer; but
may be found at bia office on the southwest cor
ner of Front and Main streets at all timea. except
when notice appears In the town papers to the
contrary. ..'-. July 8, '63. tf. ;
JOHN O. BALI . J ibe subscriber offers to sell, on very r.ason
I able term., a TWO HORSE CARRIAGE, ana also
i a LIGHT DEARBORN WA00N.--narr new-
Dry Goods, Groceries Lumbor, Ac,
Deo. 24, 1862.
W. W. SHAW,
PHTSICIAN A SURGEON.
HAS permanently located at Shawaville, Pa.,
where he respectfully solicits a share of
publio patronage. May 27, 1863.-y
TUSTICE of the peace
J Luthcraburg, Clearfield Co. Pa.,
will attend promptly te all business entrusted
to re.ea siq March 28, I860. ly. pd.
. and both In good rttining order.
Aug. 6, '63.
J. B. 0RAHAV.
M'CUI LOUGH. Attornet at
. Clearfij I. 1 nffin with L. J.
trana, Eaq., on S.eoml treet.
March IS, 1862, tf. ' '
T EVER FLEQAT.. Jn.tin- Ari.. r r.
JLi theraburg. Clearfield eounty Pa,, will attend
ww Diningn eniruet4 to bl rare
ImUiertbnrg, April t, 1861.
Limber Pried by Superhfated Steam.
rilUE undersigned respectfully informs the peo
X pis of Clearfield and the adjoining counties
that he has the agency of the above Patent, and
will sell Individual, County and Township rights
for its use. The Lumber dried by this process is
stronger, finishes better, i easier on tools, and
requires less time in drying than nny ether pro
cess known and drying 1 inch lumber perfectly
in SB hours, and better than many montha under
the old system using the same amount of fuel
per day that a eoommon kiln consumes. The cer
tificates of a number of resident mechanics, well
known in this community, is amply sufficient to
eonvirce the most skeptical of its practical utility.
Persons desirous ol purchasing rights will address
JOHN L. CUTTLE,
July 1, 1863. Clearfield, Pa.
New Goods !
HEED, WEAVER & Co.,
Are just open
ing a splendid lot of the most carefully selected
ever brought to the plane which they offor to
their customers, and the public gonerally, at the
very lowest figure the markets will afford,
June 10, 1863-
at REIZKNSTEIN BROS. A CO., where it
Sold at prices that will Induce all to be
By devoted intereat to the CLOTHING ESTAB
LISHMENT the universal satisfaction which haa
been given has induced them to enlarge their
STOCK, which In quality and selection, la now
inferior to none
Come, and y.u can bare
BY OlahI Lt,
AH kinda and atyles of Clothing at
RATIOS AL COMMERCIAL COLLlOll
S. E. cor. 7th and Chestnut Street, T
New York city, Brooklyn, Albany, Im ;
jtsunaio, Detroit. Cleveland,
Chicago and St- Lonii.
BOOK-KEEPING, Pehmahship, Cnum s
AniTHMKnc, CoaneKcui, Lw, Foait,0
kkspokdekcr, Ac, practfcally taught. i
tyese Colleges being under the isns pin
aad local manngWeat, and uniting Iseitli
advantages of all, offer greater fmcilitie far ia f
parting iastxuetion than any other similars v
lution in the counts.
A Scholarship issued by nny out Is fool'si h
frf ap unlimited time. i f
Tbe Philadelphia College bat beta mil. ;
enlarged and CTuraishcTI in a superior mna
and is now the largest and molt f roiperom C '
llryaat A Strattan'a srieaof Telt Bki j
bracing Book-keeping, Commsrcisl Arithuc 1
i . :i i t i. j . :
im vviyuiri;!! 1,11., ior mic, anil ku, uj m.
tar Jmtl purheulart tend jtr t tinm
Octilier 8. 186J.-y.
Prices usually asked at other Stores.
Clothing good enough to stitth
Or any other man.
.Mr-Remember the plaoe, in the MANSION
HOUSE, opposite the Bank.
KE1ZENSTEIN BROS. A CO.
Clearfield, April 8, 1863, 3m.
GRMATEST BATTLE ON RECORD
15,000 Killed anTWounded, an;
30,000 taken Prisoners!
WITH CAMP EQUIPAGE AND
70.000 Contrabands freed from ti
BONDS OF SMVERY!
I7VERY man that has read wj thingi't!
li past hiatory of thia WAR mustfinalljiw
to the conclusion that the Confederate So-1
ment would be broken down. It w onljias
tion of time. But now we have th aborete
oui soul-stirring news to cheer as ap ; in
only draw-back to our Joy and gloriCutioii 'j
imminent danger of the Contraband! em ,
North to "eat out our substance," andtswws ?
urslioesl Butofone thing the people otCa
4eld county may be assured, and that a
FRANK SHORT for short called Sort ).
selling Hoots & allocs as cheap si as;
man in the county : and if ou don't Wits'.
just give bira a call on court-week, oral uj
time, aad see tor yourselves, jiawesuji"
mind the publio that his shep is now m M r
street, in Shaw's Row where yon willW
just as Short as usual if not a little
Cash than he would like to be. 1
All kinda of work on hands and made
on short notiec, and as well'made, and ai P"'
as can be "sheered" un here or elsewhsrt. 1
i i.Don't forget the shop a MsrkIJ
I In Shaw's Row, directly opposite B. ' s
I Swoops' office. F.eDOU f
Clearfield, June 11, 1862. ;
Wool and Flax Spinning Wheels,
iuahhas I Kll, Manufactured and kept on
T T hands by the undersigned, who invitea the
people of Clearfield eoun ty to embrace the oppor
tunity now offered to secure one of these superior
Machine. They will he sold cheap Cath not
refuted. Call at the 01t Shop In Curwenm-ilto,
WM. P. CHAMBERS.
May 8,1863. y
Sharing and llair-Dressing.
TEREMIAH N0UR1S respectfully announce
fj to his friends of Clearfiold and vicinity that
n nas returned to bis old stand, and is well pre
pared to render the moat perfe satisfaction to all
Who may desire his professional services.
Clearfield, April 9, '(.
ra nnn ousd 0r woo
DUsUUU for which the high
J. P. KRATZER.
Clearfield, May 13, 1863.
O O 1 .
MUNSON has RYE, CORN and good
FAMILY FLOUR, for sale at Philim.
bSTg. Also, RYE and COBS ax Avra'a JWilL
The Commissioner of Clearfield county, Penn
sylvania, offer the above reward for the arrest
and conviction of JAMES CURLEY, the sup.
posed murderer of Hartley Pagan, of Karthaus
township, who was found dead on the evening
of the 1st day if August, in the publie high-way
in said township, or 260, will be paid fnr the
arrest and delivery of the said James Curley, in
the jail of Clearfield eounty.
The said Curley, is sbout i feet 11 inch
in height, of erect figure, light complexion, blu
eyes, roanan nose, sandy whiskers, and light hair
a car on the lower lip, caused by a piece being
bitten out in a fight,
SAM'L C. THOMPSON,
JACOB KUTZ, tComtnr'.
THO'S DOUGHERTY, 1
Comm'rs Orncc, 1
Clearfield, Pa, Ang. S963. J
To School Teachers.
IIVE TEACH ERS w waited
. Penn township 6ehoola. Persons
w apply for them will please meet the Director
on the third Saturday in October, in Pennvllle.
erhP' "" or four Females will be employed.
By order of the Board,
Aug. 12, 1863. JQHX FLEQAL, Sec'y.
For Snip A lig"t
60N, entirely new, well painted and fimfhed,and
substantial In every particular. For sal. at a
"W1: - . - .l:baeeti(
HARTSVV1CK & HUSKf
MARKET Street CLEARFIELD
KEEP constantly on hand tin:
and find irrll xderteA stock of
DR UGS and C11EMICA U
TAINTS OILS AND
PERFUMERY Toil.ET ARTICLB-
BLANKS. BOOKS AND 6TATI0KA8T
TOIUCCO & SEGARS
And a trcncral assortment of;'1'
ATIES and Fancy ARTICLE
W. Minectfnllv Invite a ealL feeling
dent that we can aupply the wants f"i
terms to their aatlifaction.
. Clearfield April 27th 1863. tf
Til n7tsmif fts VanTco
IT1W0 good Journeymen Blskiti"
JL , ted by th undersigned, i " iji
occupied by Jacob Shunkwiler. in W"8";,
whom steady employmc
1). given. Apply to
t and liberal
JAMES I. lAV
Clearfield, f.pt ,1863.-pd
"THOMAS J. M CtXLOU
Attoruey ' .J
Office adjoining the Bank, formerly 'J
J.B. MoEnally, Esq, Market
Pa Will atton4 rrompOy jtt
ef Lnls, V.