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TILE REPUBLICAN '
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Orer 15 of ach of abur. at proportlonau ratti.
firTh abut ratei were agreed upoD by tbt
undesigned, on theSd-dayot December, 184,
and will be atrlctly adhered to during the preaent
I I'D UilLBI III Ul I Mmill Al tirt n Mna n..t.ll. '
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PullUher of the "CUarJltld UopuUiean."
8. J. ROW,
Publisher of tho " Hitman t Journal,''
Tjronek tlearfiefd Kallrcad Time-Table
Train leavet Tyroce at
8:65 A. M
' arrivea at I'bilipaburg at
Train Uavei l'billpiburg al
. " arrival at Tyrone at
11 A. M.
S:6J P. M.
The telegraph furnUhei
over the signatures of Oen. J homas and
Secretary Stanton, of a moat signal victo
ry over the rebelj under Oen. Hood at
Nubhville. Nashville had been clocely
Invested by Hood for several days; his
right reating on the river aljove, and his
left extending to the river below the city.
On the 15th Th omas attacked the left, aid
ed by the gynbeate, driving it beck and
doubling it upon the centre the contest
Isfctirtgall day. The battle was resumed
the next morning, and kept tip through
out the day, the rebels still giving way.
At the latest dales it was thought the
rsbels were trying to make good their es
cape, rhichwas not deemed (xfsib!e.
Thomas reports Lis captures at 49 guns
and about iOOO prisoners admitting a
loss, of about 3000.
flood's ollioial report todhe, rebel gov
ernment of the battle of Franklin which
our aide claimed as such a signal victory
has been, published, in which he claiccs
that ho captured "about tea thousand
The news from Sherman is no lets fv
oiablo than that from Thomas. Shertuan
lesched the vtciuiiy T Savannah about
the 12th. Severe fighting was rejortd,
tut no particulars are given. Richmond
papers of the 10th retort the capture by
bercuan of Fort McAllister, rltuale at. the
mouth of the Oceechee liver, or head of
Wurmiw ound, acme "0 D)ile rutb of
haranuah, where lie cuu communicate
with tht fleet. A report Is aUo published, I
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ind credited, (but not eonhruied,) that
Savannah was likeniso cajiturrd, wit):
ll.CUJ prisoneis. A powerful fleet,
listire offome siity vessels of war, inclu-
ding several ironclads, sailed southward
fiom Fcrlress Slonroo last week fev tlie
I'.urpose, doubtless, of co-orcratiiii; with
There is nothing new from Richmond
This is about Iho auUlar.ce ftbe
vw news of tho week. It is of a highly
gratifying character to those who belii
the "glotiotis old Union" can be rettured
by tho sword. Hit tends to bring about
i peace, all should rejoice ; but if It is on
ly calculated to sharpen the appetite of
tho Shoddy world for their grand holliday
feasts, without affording any advantage
to tho real friends of the country, we are
unable to count the gain.
A speck of war, however, makes its ap
ptuianca in another quartor. Some lime
go a party of rebel refugees in Canada
toads a raid on the town of St. Albao, Vt ,
robbing the tvo banks of the town, and
doing other mischisf, who were pursued
into Canada, snJ some of them captured
h the Canadian authorities. At the hear-
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oi iceir cai-e a lew ui e uu(c
'licliarged them upon some technics 1 in
formality. This caused great indignation
AL Wo.li in iflnn orwl PnniiPHS naftllinArl tt
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T7 beligerent aspect Uul this ts dowj
'Omowhat changed since it is announ-
.rllt,l .! ,i.-il,nr,l rI.l- I.n
'an cited by order of the Canadian su
it. ... . . r.i 1 1 . 1
uurities, ana liie conauci 01 wie i uuge ae
"ounc6d. Lck-BERpaospscT. From what we learn
"a think it is very evident that next
Spring's lumber trade from tbissoction, as
Wtupurcd with last Spring, will fall far 1
'tort. Scarcity of operatives ia Hie main ,
use: Many of our heavy opeiatoti are,
ot doing half as much as they did last
'intor. anil some contrnctora will bo una-
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lUllU UlCir SSrceuirill ior III un V-
uaUs. Our county is said to be lull Of
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tiernmeot spies and delectites, K ho o
,jout from one lor-iob to aaolher. under
PTI s-1 u 1.1,1
tUrpose is to hunt upend inform upon 1
Moript8 and deserters. Tho efleot is to ' p AIJTION.-AU pc.-s b, ar. Utdj c.uji"
dti, r ... . .1 i J ed against buying 01 mlunc t eii:.ui baik
men from their werk, oven those ,rriwn . ...;,, u( j, i,n Hieh.
Po horn the government has no claim,
.uppose that these mon belong ,0
ariflj thrniselvaa iu citistf n't dress for this
Furpose":1,ut we 'do not' believ it. Sol
diers do not appear under false colors
At all events the legitimate trade of this ,
jounly will la seriously interfered with,'
which will be wore sensibly folt npxt'
Summer when tho lax collector muket.1
his appearance. . I
Towxmi? Elections. Tho election of
TewDbhip officers for this oout.ty Ukesj
rlore en Friday the 30lh inst. Hy a sup
plement jaescd at tLo lust session, the el
ection of Rorcugh officers will take i lace'
on the eamo day, instead of in February iu
lSTLa l'ciiiim Crothtrhood of New
Jersey Leld a mass meetinj; the other
night, at which tpeccbes n ere delivered
urging the invasion of Cunadn, as the first
blow to be ttruck at Eneland for the
15 Q0 frcraicipftlicir of Ireland from Britir-h
I jQ'thrildoin. Resolutiona of limihr import S
l 00 ' were also adopted. ' , ' j
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1 40 ; Tua AmaiCAM rofLE. Mr. Sovrard,
I 60 anjong thocurious infeliciticiofiiUreceni-'T:
? Jy published lettep to Mr. Adnnu, uss'b
: "P ucn ltlln8 known a "Atoerican peo-
l''e f lno UUd State." We are citizens
, of that republic, not of America, ilr. Hew -
itd issura a food many pHssports. Ho do-!
isciioe. in tnem ins re tow-coui.trVmnn .
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cilixens of the Uoitod States. fliefltcU
lit. IU .. , 1 - i :. ..i i.,. . . . r. .
W1C 1II1K UI 1110 LDI It fl ,ml
very important in conversational carleis
necs lo use the word Americans in such
connection ; but as there are three tinae
as many entitled to that designation as
tve, no man who talks his language cor
rectly makes the mistake,
Lut there is a greater reason for preci
sion. The people of the United States
are not one people. Thev are one rwo-
f'e tT onie purposes, but surely not for
nil Tl . U'-IJ '
all" TU World.
to oalerati's hATKRS. At a late conven-
lion of dentists it was. asserted that - the
main, if not the sole cause of the zrealcr
increase of defective toeth wai tue uso of
suleratus and cream of tartar in the manu
facture of bread ; and Dr. Baker fully
agreed with the facts od'ered lu proof,
nuuniff me result ot some expenmnii!
made by kimself. He soaked Found tcet!i
in a solution of saleratus and they weru'
uestroyea in lourteen luys. We have the -
opinion of men whose tulents, time end
zeal are given to dentistry, that aaleratu?
and crenm of tat tar in bread area chief
cause of ruin to teeth. Now will those
who know this fact go on euting all that
comes in 'their way without inquiring
what It is made of f L meatier Inulliten
ctr. JfayThere was some lively skirtniihing
at Conscript Cantp, Conn , on Saturday
night, by a lot of recruits and substitutes,
who were sorry they had enlioted. They
rushed upon the sentry, choked the guard,
and were proceeding favorobly. when the
alarm was sounded, and an infantry re
serve, with fixed bayonets, eloped on I he
buildioff. acd turned the oooscript llnuk.
Tbb New Y'ck Tints boaats that
adiuiniatratio n has "secured to us lliej .
navigation of tho Miiainaippi." Oh, yes, jf
how very eecure the adiuinitilration hsij
made the navigation of that stream. Ilowj,
would the administration like to take u i
trip just now from Cairo to New Orleans
and hack, if it should live long enough?
f"f"The Richmond puperi print Freai-;'""
iier.1 Lincoln's niessaM in full, and w uli
("''ct pru-tcre. I nre is not a lino in
I :ul , ium in I hi U In in, 11 I ov! mill
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i thul document but lends to unite IbeS juiIi '
J in deadly hostility to the North. Had it
iboenthe tneasggoofa Democratic Pi ei-
con-Ident, piercing the joints of the southern
armor as the southern journals have diea
led that ttiev would be p'erood, then the
journals ptiblmhed un lor Mr Davis s eaves
imiuI 1 nollinve prniteil M-r. Lincoln s tnes
sjjtb in full. 7"A TPirM.
biyThe oldest tueniber of the Unite! ;r-
States House of Representatives ia Thad-'
deus Meens, m i enny ivnm, who is nev-
ti)ty one enr o! fu ; anl the younje.t
is J.trncs A. 0 irlioid, ofOhi'o, who is thir-ly-tinee.
RrxjrA woman who eloped from Milwmi
ke was arretted at Boston a few days ago
Her husband came on from the West, di
vided bis property with the woman, and
thea let her go with Let paramour.
Editor of tht Hrfulltcan t
Dbab Sis: With your
permission, I wish to say to (he readers of your
psper that I will send, by return mail, to all who
wish it (free), a Hecipe, with full directions for
making; and using a simple Vegetable. Ltahu, that
will effectually remove In 10 days, I'iuiples.lilotch
es Tan, Krcklcs, and all Impurif esof the Skin,
leaving tbs same soft, clear, smooth and toauti
ful.' I will also mail freo to thoss having Bald
Heads, or liars Paces, simple directions and in
formation that wil) enable them to start a full
growth of Luxsrisnt H.iir, Whiskers, or a Mous
tache to less than thirty days. . v .
All nhlL.tinm .nw.rwl kv PAllim lllkil With.
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pUt ebrir4, itcspcctiuny yours,
TUOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
o'i, llroadway, New York.
fPUH NPIKF. r.tr.CTIOX An election
x will le heid.t tha oftics of tl. L. Reed A
Co., in the borough of Clearfield, on Saturday tho
,n" Bl U ' Pi ' '."
eu of the Clearfield and Curweusville Turupiko
company to elect a President, Troasuror and
Board of Managers fur the snsuing year,
ily order cf tho President,
JAS. T. LEONARD,
O. L. E.kd, Seo'y. . Dec. 7, 1801
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUlt, by the Barrol and
Sack for sale by the subscriber
JAMl.S L. LEAVY..
Kov. 23, 18fH, tf.v ,
"WfANTED IMMEDIATELY, a man thtr-
a 011hl enmn.itnt In run a. fir.t.rln..
Circular saw Mill, ar.d who in wilhrg to go to
'Mexico for a term of not leas than one year.
Wlf()t ,ytWi B j,lM A)WrMfi g
amount vt exrcrlcnee. reien r ee. and wgi, do-
sired. JA.-JW STKWAUT.
Deo. U, 1864-Jt
jr., of Koox y-:p. m us mud belcngs to
- b" ? UAD baKEr.
J. I. MOBIUS & CO.
LATEST ARRIVAL 'OF '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
l urchased sinca tho decline in 1 C
Gooda; anJ will lo sold lower than
any oihcr'house in the county.
LADIES' MJi;S3 GOODS.
Prints k Delainon'. lielmoral Hoop
Skirts, Hoods Nuliiaw, Son tags,
Com fort i, Hreakfast Capes
and Gloves, Furs, Mutl's
Ladies Conta, Circulars, Viclorinea,
Jlakets, etc., etc.
HOOTS AND SHOES of all kinds
for Ladic ;
BOOTS AND SHOES of all kinds
ROOTS AND SHOES of all
llAltl'n AhE I
endless variety ; Broad Axon,
Dobble-bittfd. A x en , lUft
ing Axt'8. Hui k inn
Or all kinds frn- MEN and BOYS
Cheaper tlmn the Cheapest.
A general assorttneut of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, TAIN.TS,
OILS, DYE-STUFFS, Ac.
Hio, Kyo and Laguyra Coffee.
Sugar. whitf, brown and yellow.
Dried peas, awet potutoos.
Crauberrios, butter, eggs, lard, cheese.
Hhuis, shoulders and sides.
Dried beef, cad-fish, u.ackcr5l,herriog,
Cooking A Parlor Stores and Store pipe.
FLOUR, CHOP; SALT, 4C.
Saddles, bridles, borso collars, trimmed
horse blankets, roho qjoigh-bells,
vl.ips, harness and bainca.
G M ISCELL i FOUS 4HTir-VS
- ;' iUl.1lr.L.L.A. Alt I ijt.
Grind stones and fixtures. One 2-horsc
Ulean Wagon. i'iinber-Slodj.
liuggies, Sleighs, Carriages
Ac, tc., Ao. v
Supplied by the quantity with goods,
Hour, bacon, or anythiag in our lino
at 10 per cent, on cost, and wo
discount all bills nrer 10
at ten per cent.
la fact, -nothing that man
but what we keop or can get for our customers,
snd will sell a little cheaper having advantages
that no others In our business havo.
tiirOur Cloarfleld friends will picase not for
gottb call and tea us whon they come to town.
They will find us on the corner formerly occupied
by J. Runk, nearly opposite the Conrad House,
Main Street. J. I. MORHIo A Co. '
Deo. 7, 1804. .
GREATEST RATTLE OX RECORD!
15,000 Killed nnd Wounded, arid
, 3(V-00 taken Prisoners ! -
WITH CAMP EQUIPAGE AND
70,000 Contraband freed from the
BONDS OFSLAVERY ! !
ITDRY man that has read any thing of the
j past history of this WAIt niustfinully come
to tho conclusion 'that the Confederate (lovfrn
roont would be broken down. It was only a qnes
tion of time.. Hut now we have tha above Clori
ui souttMirring news to cheer us up ; and the
'only druw-bnek to'our joy nnd glorifleatirn is tha
iiiiinineiit danger of the Contrabands coming
; North to "eat out our substance," and to wear out
iirshocs . But of one thine tie people of Ciear-
I lield county may be assnsi 1. and that is, that
FRANK SHORT for short .llod i!hrt-rr. is
sellintc flout A shoes as
ciean as anf other
man in tho county; and if ' ou don't belieVe it
just give hiui a rail oa court week, or at any other
time, and seo f.-r yourselves, lis would jint ra
niitui the public that his shop is now on Maiket
street, in Shaw's Pow where yon will find him
just as AViorr as usual if B.'t a little thorter ol
, Cash than ho would like to bs. .
i AH kinds of work on hands and made to order
on short notice, and as well made, and as good fits
as oun bo"ksered" np here or elsewhere. ,
fc-Don't forget the shop on Market rtreot.
in Shaw's How, directly opposite Rev. II. H.
Pwonpe's office. F. f UOHT.
; Clnurfiold, Juu 11, 132. . ,
iO.VCI H ) N. All persons are horoby eaution
ul una nst tking an assignment of a prniu
iMory NO IE given by toe undersigned'to Hugh
Connwsy, (now deceased,) dated about the h
day of February , 1 fl4 . and payable three years
after date, with interest, as said Bote has boen
paid i.l full to Charles Conaway, en th father
of said deceased. ISAAC C. MeCLOSKEY.
! JTot. 39, 1591-pe.
j-l-repared to furniVh all kin"d7of Tru't
l.hinuiirn nnil i c ......
(.SU,n..,,rd and IDw.rf,) ,j
.Slrwbfrry rind HafpUerry v-uie.i.
Orden promptly attended to. Addro.j
- "mm uui v rruriii rtneiiiiurt.
lepu 1 1. 64. ly
a farm ran SALE.
m T' f""" m ".'ccaria townahip.nne
mile South of Heecaria Miila. It oon!in-iru.
... u'i"y io ine untternignod'
iu Lawrence township, Cloarfleld county, Pa. I
-'ri!iwJ?:.i."L J. iiJEAD,
Chop ! Chop ! Clion '
OA AAA .Hn.be!.' auperiorlfve-CHOP
w w ju.u received ana Tur lule at
$.1 75 per hundred.
Pliilip.hur, Aug. S, 1S4. pd.
J. G. 2LA.CKWELL,
GEO. W. liKED !i JO.
Also, Jobbers in
Cloths, Oiis.si in ores and Stittinets,
No. 4!i;i Market street.
North eidu between Fourth and Fifth,
jptrCall and se our ntcntive etoek.
Au. 1(1, 'CI. tf.
DISSt)l.tITK).Tho partiiHrhip hereto
fore existing between the undersigned, in
tiio publiciltion of the Clearfield Ue),ullcnn, win
dmsolved by mutual consent oa the Ufa of
Ti10 1)m,k,nre !n the hands c.f the junior port -
norforeollecliim. TIkiho patrunr kiioninif tlicm -
mi!.A4 i,i.l..lit...l t. t,a 1..,.. n..Ki:.l . r. - I
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"...,r,uii,imii:ni.in);, or joo worK, are re-
i-p 'cllnlly invited to cull and settle their accounts
at their curliut ounrenienre.
! D. W. MOORE,
j i 11. li. UOODLAXDEll.
Clenrfield, July 27, 135t.
settle tLeir oiininfi
iMtlUiELL & UIOLLR
Have just opened a Inrse and splendid
! a?bortmenl of
j New Goods
" At llieir oltl'stand i:i Cloarficld.
IlKT bavo the best apsortment of Hardware
that has ever boon broucht to this munlv
winch they will sell nt the nio.it reasonable tin
ces, among which will bo found a splendid lot o
C U T
L F R
io wuicn iney mute me special attention or tns
public, embracing heavy Silver-plated Forks,
Spoons ana Uuttcr knives of the best manufac
A lot of Pistols of the best pattern,' and other
fire-arms. Also a general assortment of pistol
cartridges all of which will be sold at reasona
They continue to manufacture all kinds of
Tin-ware, Brass Kettles, Stove
pipe, etc., which cannot be surpassed in t'jls suc
tion of the State.
They also have on band Pittsburgh Plows,
among which are Pteel CentrerLever Plows. Also,
Plow Castings, and many utter Aprioultun) Im
plements, Cook Slovcs, Tailor and Coal
fftoro t n general assortment, an I of tls fa on' at
trrns, fueal at reasonable pilcvs.
Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamp?,
Paints, Oil. snd Varniskcs.a generalsisortnicnt.
Glass, pulty, Nulls, Iron nndC'astings of great
variety ; in tart ulmoft every thing wanted t y
the public can bo found in their clabli."lii::ci,l,
and nt price.-, that caniiut be beat.
Now is the time to purc1ia?c,
If you desiro any thing in their line of hu.--inr.
(iivo them a call and examine thoir stock, and
they feel assured that you'ean be accommodated.
Hcmeinher, their eslubiitliment is on Scco:J.l
Stmot, ClearUthl, l'a , whro you can buy goods
to tho very beet advantage.
jZft-Old silver, copper, brass, pewter and old
earnings will be tukun in exchange lor goods.
! May 20, Is63. MEttlttLL 4 IUULKR.
VOIIUinLV AT THE llEI.LItroHTB rot'HUnV CUAStGK
i'L.i. a or sunitsj. .
c! I1AUPT& Co.,
TTAVINd leasfil the loundry and JNirchino
s 1 1 S'hopsst .Viletburg, known ns " (iltliKN'S
ti luUN'l'UY," are (.repared to inanufatturc and
"s repair Steam Kngines, iweep and tread power
Th resiling Machines,. New ll'urld and' Kuthnway
lI,uK Stoves, Wagon Spinillis.l'lows, aim Cast
ings oi an Minis in moil nonce, i ney aisouavo
both at llellel'out" nnd Mili slmrg, a variety of
Cook and Parlor Stoes, fur mil coal, of Pitts
burg manufacture. Call and see for youn'clvcs.
ISAAC H.U'PT is ajrent for the York, Wyoin-
ing and Columbia Insurance C juipanins.
For ifnlc A Fruit Furni.-
THE subscriber offers for saloon reasonable
terms Ms FARM situated In Lawrence town
ship, ahout midway between C'.earlleld nnd Cur-
I wensville'. It contains ubost S5 acres, with about
! J5 acres . thereof cleared, with a Frame House
and . Frame Burn. Thero are upwards of 40fl
grafted Apple trees in good condition some 20
1'car trees, with a quautity of Cherry tress.,
Urspevines, snd other small fruit thereon the
whole I'lilng well lopatod. The title is indi.-put-abls.
For turuii apply to tho subscriber at
Clearfield. G K0R0E THORN.
August 10. ISflt. tf.
A T I '.. T II R K E COMPETENT Malo !
Teachers Wanted, to teach in ISradyDis-l
tr'ct the ensning winter. Term, 4 months. Wa-!
ges from thirty to forty dollars. Application can
at any time he made to tho Protidcul, Mr, Jesse
Lioes, or to the undersigned nt Luthertburg. I
lly order of the Hoard.
Nov. 13, ISCl-pd. DAVID REAMS, Sec. 1
NF.rrTtMt'S MITICr Notice is hero-
by given IliAt letters t -stsmentary on llio :
eriate ol ftllllAIIAM KYLLIt. lute of (joshen
town'ilip, tbarliold counlv, Jcoenpcd, having
i be. n grnnteil to the nnder;gncd, all ierins in
debted to said estate' arc requested to u i lc im
mcdiale payment, . nnd there having dcinauds
apainft tho safnoill present them dul a'thcu-'
iollted fur scllkiuent.
JOHNI. POtr, I.,.
Nov. 22 (!l-p;l, MOIL LIVI'ROODP, hI"
OTICI!.. Having inaiK apidicatlon to the
Assistant Assessor of tho l?!h CulkcS-n
Iisti let of Pennsylvania, snd a Lieeinj as AlV-
TIONEER having been granted to- iuo by the
proper authority, I wnul t inform the Citirens of
Clearfield county thai I will alteud to "Culling
Sales" whsncvsr deir-d In any prt of th coun
ty. Charges moderate. Address
W. J. II0FFEK,
Karthaul, Clearfield county, Nov. 2, 1SC1.
UMIMTII ATdlPM OTICE Notic
A is bertby given thiit letters of admlnistia -
tivn on the eatiise of Jaine. Conley, late of Penn i sslaU .f JOHN McPHERSON, lato of ths hoc.
tp., Clearfield co., dce'd, havs been granted to the ougb of Clearfield deceased, laving been taken,
undersigned, all persons indebted to ssrld estate out by the undersigned, all persons Indebted ta
are rrquesled t make immediate payment, and said estate are requested to make Immediate pay .
those having olaiins against the earns will present inrnt, and thoso having claims agsinst the same
themduly authenticated for settlement will present them duly autbentb r.ted for Mltle
pi H. rAVLHAMUS, meat. HKVEEN MiTH KHMJN',
pe. AdmlaiiUster-' j Nor- 39 61 rUffstw.
P 11 1013 f ALL A WINTER GOOflS ! I
i'. A'A-i TZH ll,
Front Street, Clearfield, Tenn'a. !
Having purchin-d a lurgo Hock since the'
lr. In decline iu j-i ices is now picparedto;
cfier great largHin.i isi i
New Style Dress Goods.'
JllCtCSt I l Ul Cd Good.
All-Wool Delaines. .
: French nfrrinns.
Goo Black Silk,
n i ' 1
0Ullrg$ 011(1 AlpaCUS,
, Woolen S ft aids,
l Ladicsl Mantles. -i
Furs and Bonnets,-
Staple Dry Goods
Uosery and Notion?,
Hats and Caps,.
Boots and Shoes,
1 J JurJ imi'P flllisii sum !
' " IOUI t tl ItULCnSlCUlC
I fl....., .1 n
X ft"5 llllli II I (It ' PTl (" .
Carpets and Oil-cloths,
All of which will bo sold at greatly reJnc-" !
i-u prices. (.id. l'J-lf.
riIIE undeSoigned, having completed his Phot- :
X ograph (iallery, in Shaw's How, two doors
'west of 'the Jlauflon House, Cltnrfield, Pa., is
now ready to wait on nil in want of
hiPS Fisirftirjids. ;
t My urrniigenihnts oro furlian will enable mo to
furniiih thoso beautiful liroduetions of sun draw- i
ling is tho highest stylo of the art. Having lilted
up my rooms at a considerable expense, with a
i. mwi., I M,nr...i ..1 ..). ..r
,,vn ... tuv iuiuium il.-nsuil, Ul 111 J HirOUn,
I hope, by strict ntlention tobufinofs and adesiro
to please, lo merit n liberal share cf publio
pattonage. A full supply of (lilt, llosewcind. and
other irainef, Albums, nnd an eadleBs variel of
Canes always on hand, '
JLk Mai!aff.Titt3 Tirisiis.
0 i arucuiur attention given to copying all kinds
.... ..... i
the art of riiolozrnnhinir
given and apparatus furnihf 1 at city prices.
sop2l-tf II. li RIDGE, Artint.
I'M II.A rjr.I.TIM A i rnil'ltntiMih !
t - -- -- -- - ..... ..... - j . i 1 1 ,.m;.i ,
rMlUS great lino traverses the Northern and
JL Northwestern counties of Pennsylvania t
.1.. . r ... , ... - '
me cny o: j.rio, on l-ane r.rio.
U has been learod by the V.yiiyfi'.iiii'n na;. To its natural buoyancy and aniiuut'.oH ; invlgor
rn.i.i CoiiiKiny, and h operated by ilium . j a ting the body and clearing out every vcsliye ol
in ci.iiie lungiii was opeuen ior passeni'or ana
froisht busine.is, Oct. 17:h. lstlt
Time if I'tiunnijrr Train, tit Ticoi-fuw,
Through Jlail Train lenres eas'warj ?;lj p V.
" " " westward III 12 A. M.
ressenger Cr.r run through wtTimrT i hanob
both ways between I'hiindcljdiia nud Krio.
E!e;rant Slecpin;' Cars on K.vpioss Trains both
'." between Willfniusport and Baltimore, and
V. liianisport und Philadelphia.
for infornintlnii ro.-pe:ting Passengnr biiiiiiess
a dy nt the S. li. Cor. llt'.i and Market ste.
s.nd for Freight bunin.-rs of the L'uiupnny's
A iiilv. H. li. K'.ng.-toa, jr., Cur. l.'Hh and . Market
si , Piii'.n lelpbia : w
J. W. ltevni lds' Prie;
M. Dri'll, Agei.t'N.'C. R. It. Halilmnro;
11. II. llot sTo, Cen'l 1'roight Ag't, Phila.;
11. V,'. (jw'iM.srii. (i.-ii'l Ticket Ag't, Phila.;
Jos. V. Potts, (ien'l .Manager, Willimnyport.
Clot. 2i, mi.
5 . - -i'JW
R. R. M K A X'3 .
fROrRIETrin. Oct. l'J
Farm for Sale. j
fllll" suliseriber ollors for sale, on ressnnabl
X terms, "O .Trcs of I. and. mors or less, sit-'
uatc in liirurd township, Clearfield county, with
about 40 ncr cleared, with buildings, 4c, eroc-j
ted thereon, bcipg the same preroiios purchased
by Smiih f" King from George D. Smith. For!
terms and particulars upp'y to U10 uudetsijned
at CUsrfioM, Pa.
TIIO-;. J. McCULI.OUGH.
f-cpt. It, IS6. t!V
NoticS to Colieclors. .
C1LLLCT0R9 OF TAXES for l are hcre
!.V notifio I that all balances due on their
Duplicates must bs paid on or bo furs the 1st day
01 January, isoo, to the Treasurer of thel ouniy.i
or execution will forthwith follow and Interest
will be charged on the same from Sept, IfOi.
lly crder tf the Hoard,
' W. B. URAltLKV, Cl k. ,
Comm'n Office, Clcarflold Nov. 2:1, IsSL I . :
.-' - V -(' n iiii'K MlTIC
Notice I. here-1
l Vt by given that Letters Testamentary on ths
t d , -
luiitii nuuL uxiuro
The .uro.rciga romedy f ir the Cure of
I'KVEll A XI) AGUF,
f sirrr.KHtiis vkom
"l'EVEU APi'l) AGUE, ETC.
! This uiott Kouderful KmeJr fur tho perma
nent oure of l'over and Ague, etc., wj diteov
ercd smne yrnrs ugo by cue of the mo&t euiluvnt
Chemist, of America!
; Out of thousand of oaes it liaa never been
i known to fuil in cflecting a rudicul cure. A
i (inp lc rtr.ttlo of these drops has cured disease
! which have
Stubbornly Resisted the most Skillful
'Medical Talent !
It c.iiikius nothing that will injure tho Consll
tutiun ! . '
It puriflcs the niuodr !
It removes Cblrurtiuns from tho Liver!!!
j It promotes tho dicchurgo of Bile ! ! ! !
t It effects a rudicul and permanrct C'nro by ro-
uoviug tiio cause upon which the ague do-
MM AGUE DROPS,
A. il."-nn'tne import', hni been and i- the great
1uriUc tor all iui.i.mi s pccaiks In tiio Army.
It has no ciual. lt. popularity in our ouLlo Ar
my aim ei.-eu hrm s as universal as its cures
have been sure und wonderful. As :i.
run yes ta ti 1 7;,
It has proved a great blessiug and saved laauy a
,.h .... .1.. l;r. ,l I i. ..
'niMUUll ill 111 fcllOBU Ul HlflllUllU lUeitllllCH l 11 J I U
they would have been victims to bilious discaaon.
The Cllills will not l eturil if ihcSO
1 t, . i
j Drops aro tUKCll !
IB MY AGUE DROPS
Quickly drivos sway
LANGUOR' AND -WEAKNESS!
1'isinso iiresueoa ov loatlivnne uitasui.
HE WISE IN TIME!!!
Jt2S".Yu prrfrn rt-uJiny it a J'cver .'
uUlrlct fhofld ti t':ili'A,t ii lktl't. of the
ARM AGUE DROP
And it strongly reeomiuendod to persons trav
elling through places chnr-esl with mir.in.
! We respectfully call allention tn our testiine
j rials. Many of our letters atteNt that hiiiulreii
' of lives bavo been saved Iu the army by its use.
' Indeed, so well ate its curative qualities appro..
I cinted in lbs army, that the mor t successful Sur
; geons in the Field and lliwhitul use it almost
exclusively in tho diseases for which wo claim its
'infallibility. The best physicians always : ! r.
1 the J . si menu to cflcct a cure, heuce the uui.
i vermlily of ihu
ARMY AGUE DROPS.
Vo areliappy to refer to Hi Eseollcuoy A.
L'lieoln ; Oen. Mr.Clcllaa ; Oen. rreiuout) (leu.
lluinside ; (li n. llnnceek; fii'n.TCil,atriek; (Jen.
Rice; Cd.Pvc, f.'.tli N V; Col (Ouick, I7thN Y
(' 1 Col fowler, Hrh N Y S M j fltnjor D oreinns,
ADC; Miijor Reifsnyder, ".'nil l'a: Major Wil.
cos, ADC) Major Painsev.'Major fit ill well. Ma
jor Itabeoek, Lieut. Wbclau, riurgoons USA;
Itt llov Dishop l'ottor, Rev Dr Tyr.jr, Rev l
j Taylor, New York t Rev II W liescbor, l;, v
1 1". II Chapin, Rroiklynj llev Mr CU's.ve', H' .
I Mr Rungs, New York ; Hut Honor M.1.1. r iVon '.
lion .M halt'lieish, lion M F Udell, Iln.ok m; ,
lion Mayos Uunther, Hon Horace Uiroley, Niv.
York; and hundreds of other sqnally will known
geutli'man, fur cliioh lee circular.
XE DOLLAR TER
1 SI WatcrSt , Vork.
A'. . AW icixifte tt'M M ' irtrj
so'iilt.'is b'i (it urtinfir.
Js5-t.. Don't let your t'rtiggi-t put tu tJ
with any other renioily. If be dors no, i.vo 11
for sale! enebwe ns f I ti per mull, i.n'l we will
send you ou bottle of tho Ar luy Aguo D.oj t ur
1 snail, post paid.
; WILCOX ,C 'C'i.
ISI Water St., New York.