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3. Wi JffcCURDY. A. B. Principal.
ffWi next Quarter will open on VToiluetday the
X i-'l March, 1804. Itrirn of tuition
'.V. :r .i'i English, comprising those branch.
i i ' alghertl.an beading, Writing, Arith-
. 1 I' i: 1. i 1 .. - an. I
nt';'. UeaieTiil'iiv. i ri r iihli uitiuiuiui miu
i; ;y, per ijuai tt r,
l.t.r Euglish, per quarter,
iaa,'- ift, per quarter,
Uaroh I, liiii
roiiuciar r tub set ietostb pomuiiv ciuxac
I'LACH OK lll'iilNKSt.
MAUl'TAt Co., !
YTAV1NG leased the F'ouudry nnd S'crhino;
jr f hops at S'.ile.-burg, ktiowu as " 0 1! EKN S, i
fOUNDllY," are prepared to tnaiiufartuie and
.-.pair Strain Engines, nweop and tread power
'..tiretbing Machines, Now ll'orld and llalhaway
Cock Moves, Wagon Spindles, Plows, and Cast
ings of all kinds at short uotieo. '1 bey alsohave ,
both at Kellefonto aud Slilesburg, variety of !
Cook and Parlor Stoves, for Soft eoal, of Pitt-1
lui g manufacture. Cull and seo fur jouisclves. ,
ISAAC HAt'PT It agent for the York, Wyom
log and Columbia Insurance Caiupmies.
w.l ciui lt-:Mi:tt rot
Scrofula raid Borofulos Dineajc3.
fhm Emery EJci, a v:M-ln.
u I haro fold lario qiinntiti. J of yotir SAtis.vr v- ,
1TI.LA, but never vet one txiUle U'liicli faib d of tin'
ietircd ell'oet and lull t uinfaciiim toi!iO"f who took ,
It. Aifatt at our jicoplo trv it, tm y acreo tlure liat ,
been no mcdiclno like it beibm m our community."
Eruption, Pimples, Blotohos, Tustules, TJ1- j
cers, Sorca, and all Diseases of the Skin. !
Fron Rev. Iuil t. Sfrutton, Hviilol, KntiUinil.
" I only do my tint to von ami the public, when
I add my tesC.uouy to tli.it you ptibli.-di of the mo
c.lciuHl vlrtuca ef your S.Mis u-AKil.t.A. My duuli.
W, a'e I ten, h:ul an atllietiii!; humur In hr ea.a,
eyes, and hn- Cor yp-irt, wliicli we wero uiuMe to
euro until ne tried' your SAr.sAi'Ar.ll.L.l. fcho lua
been well lor fomu l.iouilu."
jyom Mrt. Jam F. I'.ice, a trt" lin?n nnj rw-
utecmalWyoflitnui'i'iUt, l'nte May ("'., S.J.
" Sly daughter ht tuH'. rod for a y.ir iw-t w it!i a
irrcfulout eruption, which win very triulleoino.
Xcthin!; nrr.iided nuy r. lkT until wo tried yoiir
BAMAiuiiILLA, which toon coinplrt. ly cured her."
Vem Charh-t J'. Cige, Ej., ofihi u-Ulchj Innwn
Giiiif, Murray if Co., mniiiiicuiifri ( t.ii:ai.'i'.ii
pajitri in Suihun, S. If.
" I h id for tevernl yeare a Ty troublesomo
Hif.nor i.i niy face, which prew rnnttiiitly woro
nntll it df(l .jurvil luy feature and bociime an intul
eraMc aflliciion. I tried almost every tiling a lura
could oi both advice and medicine, but without any
.relief wh itever, until I took your S uisapai;ii.i...
It immediately made my facif worac, as vou told uio
It mi tht for a time; but in a few wt-oVa the new
kin began to form under the blotches, und con
' tlnueri antll my face It at amnuili nt any horiy'a.
and I am without anr eymptuini ot tho ilUc.ino tlmt
I know of. 1 enju perfect lie ilih, and without a
doubt owe It to your SAHtAeAKii.L.''
BrTsipelos Qonoral Debility Vurlty tho
Ftp m Pr. Hull. S.nrn, Ilmtm St., .Veto Tork.
' Da. Ari'.lt. I acldom fail to remove Krvptioni
dnd Vcro'ui'JiH 5orn bythe pemoveriii); meof your
SAR' Ar init.i.A. and I have ju.t now cured an nttack
of M.il'gnant Eryslpelai with It. 'o alteratlm wo
potest equal the SAuaii'AKll.i.v you b.i o tup
plied to the profemiou at well at to t tie pi L.le.''
Front J. P. JiJinltot, EtJ.. Wal'man, Ohin.
For twelve yean, I had the yellow I'.rvlpelns
on my ri(rht arm, during which ti'mo I tried til tho
celebrated phyatchm 1 could reach, and took hun
droit of dollnra werth of medicine. Tiw ulcert
wero to bad that thr rurdt becHinv vldWe, and t'ne
dOetort decided thnt inr arm niu-t bo nniputatnl. I
began taking your Sr's vpakh.I.a. Toiik two bot
tlet, and aomo of your I'll i s. Together they have
Hired me. I am now at well and touud ut any body.
IleJug in a public place, my cnao is known tii every
JkkIt la tlilt coimuunity, and excitea the wonder ut
From Hun. Ilfnrfi Monrri, .If. P. P., of XixcratCt,
C. IK., a ItMlin'j tnembur of (niiuuidii 1'ariia
merit. ' ' I hare ttted your SARSAr.ltttM.a In my family,
for general tM'ililu, and (or purifying tht Olmxl,
with very beucllcial retulM, and l'cel couUJuico lit
eoiuucuding It to the ailUctod."
Ea. Anthony'af Firs, Itoso, Salt Rheum,
Bonld Hd, Eora Kyei.
From Jlarrey Siciltr, .17., it nllr it.tr nf the
' lunkhiinnock lfmocrat, I'cnnflvnnia.
" Our only child, about three yean of wat
attacked by pimples on hit forehead. They rapidly
eprcad until they lormnri a loathsome and virulent
tore, which covvreil hit face, and actually blinded
bit eye lor tome ilayt. A tkilful phyticiiin a)plied
uitrate of tilver and other remcdJea, w ithout any
apptreat effect. Kor tirtcen dtyt we gunrtud hit
handt, lett wi'h them he ihoulU tear oueu the fet
terinr; and corrupt wound which covered liis whole
far, liavluif tried every thini; clic litd any
hope from, wo lc;au ulvinj your SArsAfAitll.l.A,
and applvln tht iodide of pjln.h lotion, as you
direct. '1'lie soro Upnn to heal when we had jlven
the find bnltlo, and wos well when we had tiiiifhcd
tho teeond. 'i ho ehild't eyelasliet, whl. '1 had com
out, frcw a-aui, and he It now at licalthy ami fu.r
aa any othor. The wholu neighborhood predicted
that tlit child mutt die."
Syphilia and Morcurial Dibcmo.
7tn Dr. Hirnm Shut, of St. l.ciii, Mitrurl.
" I find your SaI'.sai'ahh.i.A a more effectual
temfdy for the tecondary aymptomt of Suphiiii
and fortyphilitie disease than any other w e posie?t.
Tho proleoilou ar indebted to you for tome of tbtf
beet medicine we have."
Vow A. J. Fiench, if. P., an mxlnint phyric'mn of
Invrtntt, Jiut., u'10 it a prominent member if
tin LegUUitur nf Muiwfltuoetti.
"DltyATEH. My denr Sir: I have found your
Pai'apai:ii.i.a au'exclknt remedy fui S-ipltilii,
both of the pti.Hanj and leronitnry typo, und ellee
tuid la tome ri.bct flint wero too oleum.'ite to yield
t' otlier remcdlet. I do net kuow what we can em
jiloy with more certainly of tuceott, where u powr
Jul alterative, is required."
Mr. Chii. ,V. J n .iic, nf Xtn' Frunticv t; .V. J.,
htd dreadful ulcers on hit lei, caused by thn nlmsn
of mercury, or mcrcHi-iul rt'ui die, w hh h rew more
and more apravated for yeart, in spite of every
remedy or tictrneut tlmt could be applied, until the
persevering um) of AVKlt'a SAUSAVAnii.i.A relieved
liim. FowcaKeaean tfO found more luveterate and
chstrr r.sing thini this, and it took tevuiul dcucu
bottles to cure liiiu,
Tjenoorrliosa, Whites, Forr.ala Wcnkneat,
nra pcnerclly produc-d by internal .frrnfiilnun VI
Mention, and are rciy often cunii by the alterative
effect of this r.naAPAi!ii.i.A. Home rc re(uiro,
however, in aid of the SuisArAMl.LAi tho tklilnl
application of I0c.1l rinediea.
1'roni the tre.' 't-ven nnd tH:l:h; ctlrfrratett Dr.
Jl:'! b .Vr-ITil?, Cf ( Slirill
" I hare found your Sns vi'Anu.L v an excellent
alterative lu ill ..oiii.c of female. M my canet of
Irregularity, I."icivrliva, Internal I Icratlnu, and
local dchilitr, hci-.! ip frnni the erorulniia (lintheHis,
lnveylcldiil to it, and there are tew that do not,
w hen il effect li properly aided by local treatment."
A tiujf, untclllivg to allow Vie. publication of Inr
flame, trritrn 1
" Mr iliuphter and myelf have been cured of a
vary de'iilltatinsf I.ciieorrhrr of loinj standing, by
two beltlet of yeur SArtsAPARil.l.A.
BhmimotiNtn, Gout, Liver Complaint, Dys-
veysia, Ileart Diacaso, Neuralgia,
when eauMd Vy SnoMa In the tyitem, are rniddly
cured by tuis Ext. Saiai-auilla.
possess so tnnny advantages over tho other
rnrfrutives in the market, and their superior
virtues are so univrrsidly known, that w e need
not do Jnoru tlinn to assure the public their
quality is maintained equal to tho best, it ever
h.is lieen, and that they niay ho depended on
to do all that they have pver done.
Prepared hy J. C. AYER, M. 1)., & Co.,
Lowell, Mars., and sold by
rSold by C. D. Watson and Harlswick A
Huston, Clearfield j E. A. Irvin, Curwentvillo ;
Foster A McGirk, Phil-'piburgj P.Arnold, Lu
thersburg; and by dealers everywhere.
September 14, '84, 1 yr.
SI'. MrCI.OKMV, Practical 8u77eyor7oT
fcrs his prefcssional services to the pontile
of Clearfield county. Having purchased tho In
struments, Drafts, At., of the lata Thomas Boss,
doo'd, he will be ready to attend to business on
the shortest notice ; he can be consulted at his
residence with Robert Ross, one telle from Cur
ejonsville, or by ktter addrtstcd to him at Cur
wensville. S. F. McCLOSKEY.
p. J7 'M-lr.
T" idles' Furs, Pnrehaters may rely noon get
Jj ting the best Fort at CHA 9. OAKFOMO A
tTOS, Ctatiaental llotil, Philad'a. jai, 11
DIE ALE JB EM
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS
MUSLIN'S at Station
DELAINES at Sensation
COLUKGS at Sensation
ALPACAS nt Seuaution
Just received .it MOSSOl'S'
(iINOHAMS ut SiTinatiua I'liecs
(1 LUV ES
COLOR KD I
to l-e hm! nt MOSSOI'S".
lit ieei '
1'AlSLE CLOTHS nt
ol till kilnl V
1:1 anv ou:m ty
Alwavaon luttnl at MOSSors.
C A SSI MERES at
VESTING 8 nt
as Coats, rauts,
Und or Sliirta. V at aeimalion ;ncea
Huts and Cat"
Now tor sale at MOiSurS'
U A R D W A K E
such a Saws.nailH
at i i' s-olion
;is Witi, Bnindy,
ht ensalion rricos'lho name of "(ienuinu East India CoQee," "liri
Iginal ICast India Coffee," etc., rut forth by iui
' poKtert to rieceivo the unwary.
I In 1 lb. pu -k vgn, and in bnxet of 3(S, i()
al aennation pricM "J 'M ""' for Grocers and largo consumert.
itiold by Grocers ytnrrall).
i 1 n, Vi 11 l.-Key,
CoiMi.ic, etc, etc..
FRUITS, such as I
riutic!", Raiin, ,
Fig", Filbei In, Jco. J
GROCERIES, ty 1
Hour, II a tii h,
l'en, Cracko r,
Conl Oil, etc., etc.
at ecusaliun prices
Alivayr nt MOSSOr.S'.
At the, rtoro of RICHARD IIOS-SOP.
Always keeps on hand a lull
npsoi Intent of ull kinds of poods required
lor tho nocouiniodntion ol the ptilriic.
Nor. 12, 1S65.
L 1 T II E n S B I R G ,
CLKAItHLLD COL' Nil', I' A
WILLIAM SC11WEM, rroprirtor.
May 19, 1SB. ly.
(&hUmht if tbcler,
11?, Keith &xonJ !., (orr.n
An aitorlmert nf Watches, Jewelry, Silver and
Plated Ware conclantly on hand,
fepnrii ing of Watches and Jewelry promptly
SrSlr. Avio invites bis d ! cuomers to call
nnd fcc hi in at the above establishment,
Feb. I.'., 'Ci ly.
Cheap Fui'iaiture !
17:0 Hi 27 vasa?
DKSIBES to inform his old friends and cus
tomers that, having enlarged his shop and
I increased his facilities for manufacturing, ho ii
now prepared to make to order furniture as may
, be desired, in good stylo and at cheap rates for
, ( ash. He mostly has on hand at his "Furni-
ture Rooms," a varied assortment of Ready-made
Furniture, among which arj
j Bureaus and Side-Hoards,
1 Wardrobes and Ilnnk-Cases : Centre, Sofa, Tartar
Breakfast and Dining El tension Tables.
Common, French-Post, cottage, Jenny
I Lind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS t.fnll. KINDS, Wt HiK-STAND.,-I
IIAT-RACKS WASH-STANDS, Ac.
I Hocking and Arm Chairs,
Fpring Scot, Cano-Bottom nnd r.trlor Chairs
and Common and other Chairs.
. () O KI A' ( - G L A .V.N' F.S
Of every description on bnnd j and Dew glasses
for old frames, which will be put in on ve
ry reasonable terms on short notice.
He alsokenps on hanr", orfurnishes to or
der, Hiir. Corn-Husk, Hair aud
Cotton top Slattressns.
COFFm, Of every kind,
Made to o'dor, and funerals attended with a
Hoarse, vhenover desired.
Also, House I'alutiug done to order.
The sul scribcr also titiiuufuctures, and has
constantly en bnnd,
Clement's Patent Washii;? THaahin",
The best now in uso. Thoto using this machine
cover need be without clean clothes I Ho also has
Flyer's Patent Churn,
A superior article. A' family Ufing this Churn
never need bo without butter I
All the abovo and mnny ether articles aro fur-
flliihAtl tn pnnliimari idmnn fnr f!lstt nr ft vehnn iru.l
) for approved country produce. Chorry, Sloplo,
1 opitr, Linwood and other Lumber smtablo for
Cabinet work, taken in exchange for furniture.
r.firRoiuombor tbo shop is on Slarkct stroet,
Clearfield, r.,and nearly oppotito the "Old Jew
Etors." JOHN UULICII.
Nov. 20, 1883. j
"171,.,, ALAROE quantity of Ex-
J 1VJ 111 , f 'a""' Flour in Bar
re I, backs and half Sacks,
for laleby ' W. F. IRWIN.
UlcnrutlJ, rorj. 21, t3,
CARPETINa Ingrain, Cotton, hemp, SUirJ
Floor Oil-cloths, Brocatolle, Door mats, Ao.
J. r. KRATZKlt. I
T edits' ar.d Children's Haut, Latest Stylet at
; Li UHARLtl OAKFOJtD 4 HONS, ContUen-
tl Hotel, Vhiladelphia. Jan, ll-Jmsi. I
DCTDon't fail to Read This ! j
(Delists 8 (DtluSfflJ Oofifoo f
EAST INDIA COFFEE CO'Y,
164 lteado Street, (three donra from Groonwlch
Street,) N. Y., call universal attention to their
Kent's East India Coffee,
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
linaalltho tlavi.rnf OLD UOVERNS1KNT JA
VA, and it but half the ) rice ; and aim that
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
bat twico the strcnth of Java, or any other Cof
fco whatever and wherever uteri by our flrl rlnta
botolt nnd ttcaiiiboott, aud stewards tuy there it
llh mo.t hcaUhv bevcrniro known anil il VCTV
nurmUSi Tho weak and Infirm may ose it at
all timet with impunity. Tbo wife of the Itev.
,W, Kuve, local ininiitur of the SI. E. Church,
Jency City, who bat not bom able to uso any
eoftVe fur lifloen vrnrt, can mo
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
1llrco tlniri a day without injury, it boiuj( en-
,ir1y frt' fr('m l'loe Pr(Ttliet that produce j
ir. Jamn Uoj le, of ChnoiVeri ttreet, t.iy:
n tjavo never known any coll'ee to healthful, nu
trltlous, and freo from all injurious ipinlitivt as
KENT'S EAST IN 11 A COFFEE,
I iidviro my iatients to drink it universally even
those to wri'iiu I lave hitherto prohibited tb6
uio of Coffue.
Tho Principal of the New Yoik Eye Infirmary
I lays: "I direct all the patietu of our Jntlitution
1 to una exclusively
K KNT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE,
bnd wiiuld not be aithotit it mi any account."
Tlio Uev. C. Laniu, an eminent clergyman of
Ihi SI. K. Church, cow tUtioni l at JUIsey it.,
Kew:irk, favt of
i.-i.-vi'-c IMCT tVTlTt fflTWI.-l.'
"I have used it nearly a year in my family, and
dud it produces no acho of tho head, or nervou.
irritation, at in the ease of all other Collect. It
it exceedingly pleatnnt, and I cordially recom
mend it to all clergymen and thuir families."
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
It nscri daily by the families of llishop Amet,
liiihop liaker, Llshop J.unes, aud many of the
mutt distinguished clergymen and profeisioaal
uion in the country.
I.ewnro of Counterfeits !
an,j li4 ure t,.lt (j,9 p4cl(agos aro labelled
Kent's East India CoJcc,
15 4 l!i:AIE.treet, Xew Yurk,
r.t thiro aro ninneri ut counterfeits ofloat under
I'rJere from Country Wroeers tnlieited, to
whom a very liberal discount wilt bo mal .
Whulemile A'jenf : llullic'.i X .Molan, r.u 1 VI' ,
J. Heist it llro. , Philadelphia ; .' , in" 'I. Perry
Providence ; A. I.. Wuito .t Co., i. ..011 ; Pyneh-
on A Lee, Springfield, Slats.; S.N. Cullender,
Hulliilo; Oordun M'.Millian A Co., Cleveland: A
A. Colter A Co., Cincinnati ; J. A J. W. litinn,
f'pri:,t,'field, I'd. ; 11. 11. Shield, Corydun, lud. ;
arid C. C. Oarber, CLieagn.
Tho Am. Ad. Al' 3;J Uroiidwav, y. Y. Bin.
Dop't E.tos Alvuhr. Cor. Uep't Fowi.in A
Wills, an authoriiad t rjoeivo orders for
KonCt East India Cuflee. K. DAVH.
April 5, lH'Jb. ly.
!IK. I! a AC IW.OtiM, Prorrietress, re.
1 L peetfully informs her numerous friends,
j and the travelling public, that she Ft'dl oeeupic.
toe above well known stand, and tout they will
always find her honso a homo of comfort, economy
and conveni jnce. JcifCharges moderate,
jan 25, m. fd LEAH BLOOM.
' I"Uii un Jorsi(.'iied, having completed his Phot
X ogrnph (l.illery, in Shaw's How, two doort
west of tho Slansion House, Clearfield, Pa., it
now ready to wait on all in want of
JF'sVjst- (Class FcjirlTjiai.
Sly arrangements are euehni will enable me to
furui.b tboso beautiful productions of sun draw
ing in the highest stylo of the art. Havin f, fitted
up my rooms at a considerable expento, with a
view to the comfort and pleasure of my patrons.
I hi 1 e, I y strict attention to business and a desire
to piea.e, to merit a liberal flmro ef public
pattunage. A full supply of (lilt, Knvnori, nuri
other b rume?, A Union, und au endless variety of
Cases always on hand,
Pnilicular attention given to copying all ViiMt
. trlustruetion iu tho Brt of Photographing
given and apparatus furnMiel at city prices.
Boj.-JL-tf II. BRIDGE, Artist.
J. 0. I'.LACKWELL.
GEO. W. UEEi k CO.
Also, Jobbers in
Cloths, Cassimoivs anil Sattinots,
Siu .Market m( t fit,
North sido between Fourth and Fifth,
Cull and kco our extensive ttock.
Aug. 10, 'tSI.-tf.
WATCH et JEWELRY.
rPHE undersigned respectfully
J. informs his customers nnd the
publio generally, that bo has just
received from tlio East, nnd ni en.
ed at his establishment in UltAIIAM'S UOW
Clearfield, Pa., a fine assortment of dons,
Watchks, and Jr.wr.i,nr of different qualities,
from a single piece to a full sett, which ho will
sell at the most reasomiblo prices for cash, or in
exchange for old gold and silver,
CLOCKS of every varioty on hand, at tho mi si
ALL kinds of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
earefully repaired and ICnrrantcrf.
A continuance of patronage Is solicited,
Sept. 1SI, I860. H. F.NAL'OLE.
Farm for Sale.
fpiIE subscriber oflers for sale, on reasonahlo
.L terms, 7(1 ere of I. and, moro or lots, sit
uate in Girnrd township, Clearfield connty, with
about 40 acres cleared, with buildings, Ao., orec
ted thereon, being the same premises purchased
by Smith d King4Yuin Ueorge 11. Smith. For
terms nnd particulars apply to the undorsignod
nt Cltarliel 1, Pa,
1 II OS. J. McCULLOUGlI.
Sopt. 14, ISO, tf.
VUCTIOXEF.n. The undersigned, having
tieon Lloenaed an y4iieti'onetr, vnuld Inform
the eilir.cns of Clearfield county ti.at he will at
tend to calling sales, in any part of the county,
whenever called upon. 1 : ' moderate.
Address, JASi Ed H. TURNER,
April 19. pd. Woodlnnd Po,, Clearfield eo, Pa.
N. rt. l'ersnns calling sales without a proper
license are suhjeot to a penalty of $60, wbtoh
provision will be enforced against those who may
violate the sauio.
GEORGE FALK takes thU method of Inform
ing the watermen of Clearfield eeunty thnt
he has rtSlted and reopened the hotel formerly
kopt by E. Schreiier, at Coxostown, where he
will take especial pains to render satisfaction to
all who favor bim with their patronage.
Coiestown, April 13, '65. drsly.
CLEARFIELD CO. DIRECTOR Y i
TIMS OF 1IOLDIN& C0E1T.
II Monday In January, I Sd Monday In Jun,
I J Monday in March, 4th Monday In bept.
of each year, aud continue two woelit If neeeaeary
COUNTY AND DISTRICT OFFICERS.
Pret'tJudire on. Pamuel Linn, BoIIofonte.
As'te Jadgos Hon. J. l).Tbotupton,Curwenvillo
Hon. tlamei moom, turret 1,
Jaeob A. Fauit. ClearflolJ,
Reg. A ltec.
1). F. Ktiwoilcr, T "
laiah 1. liargor, " ,
VM. M. WeCullouiih "
C, K ranter, "
H. 11. Wright, Glen Hope.
Couiuiitsioiiera, Thot. Dougherty, ClcarfiolJ.
Amos Head, do
Conrnl linker, Anronvillo.
Audi tort, II- Woodward, I'ennfieM.
F. Couteret, Lecontet Slill
Si. L. C. Kvans. l'iko tp.
Coroner, lleury W. l'arkt. Clearfield'
County tnp't. C. 1). S-andford, Clearfield.
1.1 t'T OF POSTUFFICE3.
Vint Ojjita, I'ottmmtrr;
(lion Hope, Wm. K. 'ri(?kt
I'luhvillo, Theodoro Weld,
llegarly't X Boadi.Pam'l. llcgnrty,
Th. A. Sl'Uhce.
J. V. Cainpbell,
U. II. Moore,
J illvraon l.ino,
New Wathington, .las. dalliiher,
W. C. Irvin,
Jack Piitehin, .
Jaeob lioicu, I
1. Toier, jr.
P. A. Farl.er,
SI. A. FrunK, I
P, A. Oiiuliu. .
T. W. Fleming, 1
Centre county, .
S. P.ud -Inuih , I
T. F. l'.oiilieh, I
KJ. Williann, 1
C. Mignot, I
" I.aft Uidge,
" J I MI 1,
(Iranipian ll lis,
A. II. rdiw,
Jin. A. Hegarty
Cha'". J. Pu.scy,
David Tyler, I
Eli Chae, I
K. C. ltrenner. j
J. C. Brenner,
II. W. Spencer,
A. C. Mooro, j
T. II. Fleming,
ltcuj. F. D.ilo, '
1). E. I'.iubakur,
James Lockett, ,
Thit 1'ott Office will do fur Chest township
JWill answer fvr Ferguson tuwutbip.
JOHN L. CUTTLE,
Attorney at I. aw and Heal I '.state Agent,
fijfl-f on Mar,,1 .st. Oj'mi: the .hid,
RE-rrx'Tl TLLY rffera his s rviees in sell
ing and buying lauds in Clearfield un 1 ud- ,'
j oining rountit't : nnd with an experictico of over
twenty years al a Surveyor, Hatters himself that
he can render satisfaction. Feb, 'ti If.
Ay M. SI t CI. I. Ol (111, Atmhiiit at
T Law, Cleaifl d, P.i. Offlco nu Slarket
Street one door east of tlio "Cleai field County
Hank." n.ay 1, ISfil-tf.
1. Al Itli; J. Itl.AKlll.Y,
Atturncy ami Counsellor nt Law,
Will attend to all business entrustefi to his
cure in Elk and adjoining counties ut t. Sl.uy't
;L'eiitiiigor 1'. U.J Sep 2S t mo pd.
thom J. sk t:i.i.oi (;ii,
Attorney at Law.
Office adjoining tho Bank, formerly occupied by
J B. Slclnally, Es(., .Market ttreet, Ck irfiold,
Pa Will attend promptly to Collection, Salo
of Lands, Ac. Dec. 17, 'H2.
ROBERT J. WALLACE, AnoniEr at Law
Clearfield, Pi., Cilice in fihsw's Row, op
posile theJcurual oCee.
dec. 1, ISIS. tf I
1,. J. CRA'JS. VVAnt.lt BAUFtET
CJIANS and EA HUE 1', I
Attorneys at Law,
Slay S, 'fi.1. CLKAcnrLii, r.i. '
Ml M. WOODS,
IM ACTICINtl l'hysieiiin.nn l Examining Pur
neon f..r Pensions. Office Southwest corner
e'ecou J and Cherry ttreot", Clenrtiebl, Pa,
January 21, lHii.1. 1 y
Justice vv the I'kace.
For Dkcatijh Township,
ill promptly attend to ull business entrustod to
liis care. P. 0. Address, Pbilipsburg Pa.
Aug. 21st lsill
I" EVER FLEtlAL, Justice of the Peaco, Lu
J thomhurg, Clearfield couf.y Pa., will attend
promptly to ull business enl:tteJ to his euro.
Liithersburg, April 4, IStll.
... P. K It A T Z E IL
MrnCM AN T, and dealer in Dry Goods
Clothing, Hardware, yucemwaro, Groceries
Front Street above the Academy Clearfield Pa.
H. W. SMITH & CO.
I Mr.Hf II AX I S, nnd dealer In Dry
j floods, Groceries, Hardware, tjueeiiswnrc, and
I everything usually keyt by tho trado. More on
SECOND street, below Judgo Leennrd's, oppo
site tho I'rcsbytorian Church, ClearBclJ l'u.
Ucc. 4, trtfil.
isroliition of I'artnorsliip. '
rnrtncrshlp heretofore existing between '
tho subscribers in the banking business as
Leonard, Finney A Co., is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. j
Tho books, pnpors, nnd assets are left in tho
hands of James T. Leonard, at tho ofiico of tho
firm, and all claims duo to and by the Grin will
ho settled by him. All overdue prer must le 1
forthwith settled. I
JAMES T. LEONARD, I
W. A. WALLACE, I
Thebusinoss will be continued by .lames T
Leonard as Leonard A 0. dec 21-1864. !
CI.MAItl'TI'.I.I) Xlinsr.HY ciiroiiiarrC
Home lililiisti v. The undersigned having
ettablishod a Nursery, on tho Pike, about half
t . n . ro A- 1 1 , .... .1
wiijf ueiwueii i luiiruciu ana vurwonsvillo boros ,
is propared to furnish all kinds of Fruit trees.
(Standard and Dwarf.) Evergreens, fhrubberv.
Urape Vines, Gaosoberrios, Lawton Blackberry,
ceriiwoerry nnu uuspuerry vinos. Also. .Vilieriun
Crab trees, Quince and early scarlet Rhoubarb,
Ae, Ordors promptly attended to. Addross
J. D. WltHJUT, Curwensville.
sept 14. '64. ly
C Gentlemen's Hats, All the Latost Plyles at
1 CHARLES OAK FORD A SONS, Conti
nental Hotel, Philadelphia, jan. 11.
, of EA-tra annly I lour
For Sale by
Feb, IS, 3t
JAB. L. LEAVY.
MERRELL & BIGLER
Ilayajuet openod a lorge and splendid
ajutnrtment of i
At their old stand in Clearfield.
IIEY have tho lost amortmont of Hardware
that has ever been brought to this county, 1
which thoy will tell at the nioet reasonable pn-1 Fluwert, Knchet, Laces,
cet, among which will be found a splendid lot of and all other articles required by the
H IT T V T V I? V I MILINEHY TRADE.
U 1 J. U M-4 Jt Jf 1 By bug experience ai d strict attention to this
To which they Invite tho speelal attention of tho branch of bualaett exclutively, we flatter our
piihlie, ciiibrnoinir heavy Bilver pluted Forks, , olves that ws can offer lnducouiouts, in variety,
rpoous and Dutter knives of tho best uianufno- tyles, .piallty and moderato-vioos not every.
turo- jwberotobo found. Tho attention of Millnert
A lot of ristols of tho best pattern, and othor ' aud Merchants is re.poetfully solicited,
flro-amii. Also a pcneral B.wortinent of pittol 1 yT-iT-Particular attention ptid to filling orden.
... Anvil A lf. t ...
cartridL'us all of whicli will uO tola at rcatona- ,
They cuntinuo to mnnufaeturo all kinds of
Tin-ware, Brass Kettles, Stove-
1'ipo, etc., which cannot bo surpassed in tils sec-
tion of tho Ptato.
They alto have on hand Ilttsl)urh riows,
among which aro Steel Centre Lover Plows. Alio, I
Plow Castings, and many other Agricultural Iin-1
Ptovos a goneral assortment, and of tho beat pat
terns, far salo it reasonable prices.
Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps,
Paints, Oils and Vani'isics, a general assortment,
lilacs, putty, Nails, Iron audCnstings ol great
variety ; in fact almost every thing wanted by
tho public can bo found in their establishment,
and ut prices that euunot be bcut.
( Now is the time to purchase,
If you desire any thing in their line of biiMnes.s.
Iiivo tbc:.i n call and examiiio their stock, anil
they feel ns'lireri thut you can he accommodated
Kvineiiiber, their establishment it on Second
Str?ot, Clearfield, Pa, whero you can buygods
to the very best advantage.
jpiT'Old silver, copper, brass, .pewter and old
eaitings will ho taken in exchange f ir goods.
Slay 20, ISM. SlEUUELl, A BIULEIl.
MOUNT VERNON HOUSE
Second Street, above Arch,
A. I m.Alit, I'lopiietnr.
(T te of the "fc'iirf llouie," Atlantio City.)
r it. 23, 1363-1 y.
THE subscriber in orJer to accommodate the
citizens of Curwensville, and tho public
gi nerall v. has just received a lot of
COOK, AND 1'AIlLOi: STOVES,
for wood or cual, which he will ditpote of Very
oilcan for canh or produce,
JOHN D. TUOMPSON.
Nov. 4, mi IT.
STOVE PIPi:.-For sale at tbo cheap store
of John l. Thompson, in Curwensville, at 15
cents per pound. Nov. II, l"'
plIK subscriber offers for salo on reamauble
therms, a Farm in Beectria ton iisbip. cat
iii'.la Fout'i of Beerariii Mil!.', It eoutiiua Ulty
Acres, with 1 erty Acres denied, a
frauio Dwelling home, Stum houre,
leg l.arn , anil other out -nuiMiiigs, and a grow ing
freliiird of thririiii! trees. The title is unditpu
table. I'or Terms, upply to the iirulerit-i.td,
in Lawrenct toniiohip, Clearfield eoan'v, Ta.
sei.'Jl-l'.ni lid J. I;. READ.
Ladies Furs. Purchasers may rely upon getting
the best Fun at CHAS. (MKKOiil) A BUSS,
Continental Hotel, Philadelphia. jan. 11.
1UOVl.SIONSFlounCh"cesI 'TardTbiL 1
Apples, Dried i'earhes, reeeirod reitularly
fiom the west a the store of J. P. K KA'i Zfclt.
I'.-ICAL (lOOnS Flutos, Violins, Fifct,
JJaruiiimcAns, Preceptors, Slusie I'aoer, Vi-
0II11 Bows, liriJgfs, firings of tho best finality at
i J. P. KRAZEU'S.
fci F E C 1 A E A N O U N C E M E .N T .'
E. A II. T. ANTHONY .1 CO.'
Manufac'rsof Fltotograidiit.' MnleriiilH,
WHOLESALE A RETAIL,
501, vA'o.iz)vr.i r, jv. v.
In addition to our main bu.tincsi if Photo
grnphlc. Slatciinls, we aro Heud iuiirters fvr tho
following, vii :
FtireoscAris and SUrosruju I'Uusl
j Of tlieso we l.nvo nn iminense nor!mcnt, 1
cJuding War Scenes, Amcricr.n ar.d Foreign Cit
ies mi l Lin hcapes, Groups, Statuary, etc. AIjo,
I Revolving fterooseopes, for public or privato ex
hihition. Our Cataloguo will he sctit tj any ad
,dre:-s on receipt of stamp.
I I'fiotiKJI'AphiC AHjURiS .'
v. 0 woro lli 0 tirst to intro luco tlieso info the
! I'nited Slates, and we manufacture iiuuiemo 1 snbvusion ef tlio common schools, acadennies
quantities in great varie'y, ranging in prleo from andcellepcs, liom institutions of learning to en
:0 cents to r'.' D each. Our ALUUMa have tho ; fii,''c- &l " ranee lor the enslavement of the
repufolicn of being superior in ben tity and dura- 1 minds of n. , isinj generations to tho degrading
billty to any others. They will be sent by mail ;'t'ma of the clergy tho riso and results of
FREE, on receipt of price. j5T-Cfl'itio A LLI.' SIS , Native AmrriMini.mi, .Mnine-Lnwisiu, Know No
inado to order.'fi jthingism, Abolitinr.iini, and tho various other
I r!. T. ' fiiniitieims of I'ricstcrnft.
Lard Pnutrajdis! , All skould subscribe, who wi.h to ncr,alnt
! Our Cataloguo now onibracos over S(M0 dif- ' tl cuisdvcs wi;h historical fa:!.! of the greatett
lerent subjects, to wliich additions aro beiug con -
tiinially made, of Portraits of Eminent Ameri -
cans, etc., vii : about
' 40 Artists,
250 Other Ofllcors,
75 Navy Officers,
125 Stago Pictures,
fd Prominent Women,
S,0dU Copies of Works of Art.
Including reproductions ef tho most eelobrated
Engrnvings, Painting', Statues, etc. Catalogues
sent 011 receipt of Stump. An order for One Do
ton Pictures from our Catalogue will be filled on
tho receipt of It 80, and sent by mail, pree.
Photographers and others ordering goods C. O.
D. will pleaso remit 25 per cont. with thoir order.
j?cvl'ho prices and quality of our goods can
not fail to satisfy. AprlS-Sin A a Co.
PLASTER. '20,000 Pounds
of riastcr in Clearfield
For Sals by
FoVy 15, 8t.
li. l.r.AT .
IV imm I I
MAINE STREET, CURWENSVILLE, PA.
Mrs. YVM. A. MASON, rropriotress
rMIHS long established and well known H0
1 TEL, situated in th s west end of the town.
has been remoddlcd, enlarged and Improved, and
the proprietress respoetfully announces to bernu-'
rncrous friends, and to tho travelling public, that
,no now prepared to accommodate all who may
. 1 : . 1. . 1 1
fuT"r "er nu n cuu.
I Ample, safe and comfortable stabling is t-
cnori 10 ine premtsos, ana trusty attendants!
i "M always be on hand
AVANTKD A large lot Of
v VI 1 v eusn ! 1 . f .
u .v o ii ij u iu t'AUiiuiits lur
... r. 1
G?0DS at the Cheap Store of
JOHN D. TllOSirSON.
Curwensville, Sept Id, I81T3.
Bushels superior RYE-CII0P
M ' . hanilrJ,d.
received and for sale at
15 par hundred
rhlliptbarg, Aug. t, 156 f f d.
No. 431 Market street, north side,
llavo now opnn their utual handsome variety 0
HiMxu.a. Itnntiat Sft.tarial.
blraw k Kancv Ponnttt.
Ladies A Misaoa llatt.
"J " ',' "'
riHH perton who soma time ajjo got a Iil'F
X 1A1.0 ROUE marked " 8. Mitchell," would
oonfer a favor by returning tho sanio to tho tub-
sc.nber. JAS. I. LEAVV.
Mar. 1 If. Cleatfie! J, P.
.T". ff Vr-T-i
I lOlllM,hllr-Iht fubscriher bnTioj
uk(!n "ut Lieento for crying venduct
Pirlnr -inil rnil',nJ othl,r 1,u,'lio 'al'-s, wither in Eug!ih or Oer
I unui uiiii vuai , mRI1 . etnectlullv olf era h
cituons, and will attend to ull calls fiom anv
- v uio JXJllUff
part of tho county, on the shortest notice either
verbally or by letter, nnd upon the most reason
able terms. When so desired, ho will furnish
the Clerks and complete nil the buMscss connect
ed with the sale. JOSEPH H. JOXKS.
Kylertown, P. 0., .Mar. 1, lulls. ly. pd.
HAUTSW1CK & HUSTON
MAEKET Street CLEARFIELD PA.
KEEP constantly op hard a large
and and will Sflftcd ttork of
J) 11 U(!H and C11EMICA LS
PAIXTS OILS AND VAUMSU
PtnrUMEP.Y TOiLET AIIT1CLE3.
CLANKS, BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
And a general assorttnent of YAH1.
ATIES' and Fancy AETICLES.
Ws respectfully Invite a call, feeling conl
dent that w can supply the wants ef nil, oa
terms to their satUI'aeti .n.
HARThWICK A IIVSTON.
ClearrUld April 27th lhC3. tf
1 cnwExsriLLZ, ra.
XV. XV. MOMKAI.L, Pioprlefor.
rpHIS large snd comtnodiout HOTEL it de
A lightfully located on tho l ank of the Sus
queliauna, in the borough of Curwensville.
The present proprietor will sparo o effort to
render hit cu.tcHiers cvvnfortable, and hopei t
taunt a lietrnl ehkiu if public patronage.
1IIS BAR AND TABLE
Will hi wU supplied aith every thiug the B.ar
kel affords. V.af'.urn will alwayt End his "latch
suing" out. Slur. 2li, '04. tf.
THE lli'S lUIIV OF
ritO TESTAXT PRIESTCRAFT
5: 11 rope .V Aiiici'icii.
S NOW BEING PI BI.ItlED IN C0NSEC-
utive numbers of tho Untvicr 0' Liihl, fan in-
depcudcLt weekly nowf aper, published by il. J.
Bi:ebl, at Slil iletown, U.angc count', N. Y., at
$2 per yeur, payable in advance'. P-nck num
bers, or suppiemeut, rmtaining the chapters al
ready published, will lo furivshed to subscribers,
This History contain" a full expo5ura ef Popnltr
Delusions relative to the pretended "jtefnrmj
Hons "under Calvin and Luther, Ueurv VIH .
Cranmer and Cromwell, by a truthful histary of
thoir rise, progress and persecutions in Europe,
dewn to the emigration of the Pharisaic Puiitant
to AmericaAn account of their persecutions cf
floptists, QiinKers. Catholics, and other Difteut
ers In New England, the Blue Laws and Witch
craft Persecui ions of Dia enters from the Statu
Religion iu Virginia prior to the Revolution of
1 770 The revernnco of Church au I Stato at tho
formation of the United Stutcj Covcrnment, op.
pose I by tho popular clergy ef that day-ThJir
efforn and th.se tf their progeny, U rcstir? pj
lineal power to the clergy by au rttemnted union
of Church nnd State the Constitution of the
I idle 1 Mules, and moit of tie States, in.the
w -y. m.d il.e conn.iucnt conspir.cy of the clergy
to o erthiow our former happy rytetn of fro
E'jvernmi'Ut tho turious unnna cmiloved from
the first perversion of .'uiidav ,.1,m.!. .nd
Auii-.san.tiiy Al u ; 1 movement, dovn tn thn snTuro
i vuluo ut tho present time, cr to arm theuiselvet
1 ith nrgumenH to oppose Puritanic Priestcraft,
j wh eh, iu addition to all othercurtes it has inllic
led upon our country, has now involved us iu the
j most terrible sectional wur, nnd threatens to fol
j low it with a sectarian crurudo far moro awful,
unless arrettel by tho dissemination of docuruonts
exposing its character and chjofts, sttch. as tha
j author )m Fought to maho this history useful in
1 aceompliohing. Priestcraft is therein proved t
! bo alike antagonists to the truo Christian reli
gion, pcpulur liberty, nnd th.' piddle' ncinio and
pro.-perity; and tlio political clergy ure ulso pro-
ven to be servants of .Satan, instead of ministers
of the Prluco of Peace, and thoir infl tenco "evil,
J and only evil continually." Patriots will fiud a
perusal of its pages of great advantage in enah
', ling them to fight tho hydra-headed rnonstor
j tbut must bo slain before we can hope fer peace
aim a restoration of civil and roligiout liborty in
This History will also soon bo published in book
form, with paper covers at 1$, and In rood cloth
or skin covers at $1 50 to $2. At these prices it
! will bo sent to any address in the I'nited Mates,
' postago froo. Every inlolligont patriot should
nave a copy, and altor reading lend it to bis
: fnonds and neighbor.
I Jrf'Adriress, enclosing payment, G. . Beebe,
Middlotown, OraDge oounty, N. Y. ap!2.
BOOTS and f?hos a complete assortment of
Ladies', Uentloinon'i, Misses'. .Boys' snd
Children's Boots Shoes nnd Gaiters at
J. P. KKATZER'S.
floods Cloths, Cassimeres
Tweeds, Satinetts, filkwarp
Flannels, Ticking, Muslin, Linen, Prints, at the
J. T. KRATZER'S.
JrfPe, of the Nervous, SlI'lnTuriniy Viisl
e , 1 i:..i..
I L PniLAOELPBtA, T.
ovauiii pvbicius -now anil rouuoiw hv..vm.
,, ... , t , 1 ...f h.
in retiortt of the Howard Association, sent by
I mail in scalod letter envelopes, free of charge.
! Address, Dr. J. SKILLEN HOUGHTON, How .
ard Association, No. 2, South Ninth Street, PM.
adolphia, Pa. jy20-'61 ly
Tl OUSKIIOLD UOODS
1 1 Glatiwaro. Woodenware, Looking (JUsiet,
:e, Looking (Jlutes,
Cloaks, Nails, Glass.
Pn. at all rriettat
Oils, Paints, Ltm;t, WsJl
J. P. KBATZEB'S.