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tsr..MATiVE Coxrr.RENCK.-In ae
ice with a resolution adopted by
tiist Conference, the next meeting
ii body to nominate a candidate
ssoinbly for this district, will bo
nt Ciarington, on the last Thurs
"u AnguHt, (30th).
Inuressional Convention. The
Observer is in favor of holding
best conference for this district
"idgway, on Monday, the- 3d day
eptembcr next. That w ill suit us,
Uier Whitman, except in this par
jar: Iftho conference- meet on
adav, the delegates from some of
bounties will have to travel on Sun--J
In order, therefore, to avoid a
jfgres6ion of the- law, wo would
gcBt the propriety of naming Tues-
the 4th. This will not interfere
i the programme ol the Church-go-dek'gates.
What say you ?
Ittesiios ! Wc this week publish
i 111 for a Soldiers' Convention, to
ft at- tho Court House, on Tuesday
T it, lor tud purpose oi appoinimg
f Jfcn delegates to tho Stato Conven
C L, which assembles nt Harrisburg,
, j Wednesday, the first day of August
:. st. All Soldiers subscribing to the
j tiraents embraced in tho call, are
i ited tjattend. Owing to tho short
ies of the time, we havo been able
) secure me names uniy ui wiuoc ic-
iing in and ncartown. Those residing
a distance, who desire their names
lached to the call, can havo it done
informing Col. Barrett by letter,
io has charge of tho papers.
The Episcopal Methodist." This
the titlo of ft new Religious journal
lartod at Tialtimoro, by the Old
hool Methodists that class of Chris
tens vho make religion the test of;
Qliurch fellowship, instead of "IoyaI-:livcs
This paper is published by Rev.
lihn Foisal, one of the most talented
ergymon belonging to the Methodist
jorsuasion, and is well known to ma-
iy of our readors;he having acted
i tho capacity of Presiding Elder in
this district a number of years ago.
his journal could not havo been con-:
icned to abler hands, and should bo
all in want of a religious
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fraperin tho interest of the Methodists.
.'ho talent of tho editor will not be
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ivasica ou "loyain , iieirru nuuragv,
tc, like those who control tho A dvo
ates. Thomas Bond is the editor.
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one ot tho olde8t wntor8 ,n lhftt
1 onominatton. 1 ho price of the paper
is 84 per year, S2 for six months.
A New Paper. Wo havo before us
!a e.onv of a new journal, entitled thelGrinnell, they arc of opinion that ex
!"U.mon Repudlioax," printed at the
( city of Williamsport, and under tho
editorial control of our old friend,
D. S. Dcsham, who seems to under
etand the necessity of supporting the
I policy of President Johnson, against
the Radicals, in order to restore the
union. Tho Republican charges the
StevenBites with being guilty of ''high
crimes and misdemeanors."
CnnrnrATtn t Mtssorni. The Jlissonri
State 7'iWs of July nth, is filled with notices of
tho United States marshal for the western district
of Missouri to parties whose rcul rstato he has
seusd for conn scat ion on account ol inctr partici
pation io the rebellion.
This confiscation business will keep
a lire of indignation and revenge,
kindled fur generations, in tho dis
tricts where this Jacobin law is en
forced. Neither life nor property will
rOiir enterprising young friend,
Harry Ross, has opened up a shop on
his own hook, and is ready to super
intend tho construction and repairing
of the foundation of his follow mortals,
in the best workmanlike manner. See
bis proclamation in another column.
Dividend. The Directors of the
County National Bank, of Clearfield,
declared a dividend of six per cent, on
their capitol ptock, on July 2, 1806.
Wm. V. Wright, Cashier.
Fire. Tho Tacony Print Works,
in Philadelphia, owned by Aaron S.
Lippincott, were totally destroyed by
fire on the 12th inst. This was the
largest establishment of tho kind out-
Bide of New Entrhmd. Tho loss of
goods and property will amount to a
million of dollars It was tho work
of an incendiary.
tarSenator Lano died, ut Leaven
worth, Kansas, on the 11th instant,
from ike effects of tho pittol shot he
inflictod on himself the week before.
New Yopk, July 16 -Gobi 140 J I
The Rouiifftu-Orinnell Affa'r
Mr.jority and minority reports from
llio Coin mil tco appointed by tho
Houo of Reprvbcnlalives to inves
tigate and report upon tho facts
in tho caso of the assault com
mitted by tho lion. Mr. Rousseau, of
Kentucky, upon the person of the
lion. Mr. Grinnell, of Iowa, were sub
mitted in the House on Monday. Tho
majority report commences with a re
view of tho case ; bays the committee
has been compelled to decide, after
mature deliberation, that no provoca
cation can justify a resort to violence
against the person of a member of this
House ; cites the law and precedents
in the caso ; and states the opinion of
tho committoe that in tho assault upon
the person of Mr. Grinnell, of Iowa,
on account of words spoken in debate,
and for the acknowledged purpose of
disgracing him as a member of the
House, and thereby depriving him of
his duo and just influence and power
as a member of this House, the Hon.
Mr. Rousseau, of Kentucky (Committed)
an inexcusablo breach of the privil
eges of this House as well as of tho
people represented by Mr. Grinnell,
for which no provocation or justifica
tion can be pleaded, and which merits
the strongest condemnation that it is
in the power of the Houso to impose.
In conclusion they report the fol
Resolved, That Hon. Lovell II.
Rousseau, a Representative from Ky.,
by committing an assault upon the
person of the lion. J. R. Grinnell, a
Representative from the State of Iowa,,
for words used in debate, has justly
forfeited his pnvilegcsas a member ol
this House, and is hereby expelled.
Resolved, That the personal reflec
tions made by Mr. Grinnell, a Repre
sentative from Iowa, in presence
of the House, upon tho character of
Mr. Rousseau, a Keprentative from
tho State of Kentucky, were in viola
tion of the rules regulating debate and
tho privileges of its members founded
thereon, and merit the disapproval ol
Resolved, That Charles D. Penny
baker, of Kentucky, L. B. Swigey,
of Kentucky, and John h. Mcurcw,
of Ohio, by their presence and partici
pation in a premeditated personal as
sault between Hon. Mr. Rousseau, of
Kentucky, and Hon. Mr. Grinnell, of
Iowa, on accounts of words spokon in
dc-batc, in which tho persons if not the
of its members wcro imperilled
were guilty of a violation of its privil
eges, and luey arc hereby ordereU to
bo brought to thenar of the House to
answer for their contempt of its privil
M. Rcsseix TiiAYF.n,
R. P. SrALDINO,
M. P. Banks.
The minority concur with the ma-
joritv ol- tno commilteo in holding
that General Rousseau, in his assault
upon Mr. Grinnell, was guilty of a
VIUIUUIUU J1 111U IHIURTa ui tin?,
House, for which tliero was no justifi
cation. But, considering the very
gross provocation received by Gener
al Rousseau, tho wanton and unjust
ininnt.itinnq pnt. linrin lna miIif;l'V
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i:ii.u .iulci nuu sun ices, tiiu lauutu ui
the Houso to protect him against an
assault unwarrantaolo in itsc-lt and
violation of the privilegcsof the House
and the absence ot any intention to
inflict severe bodily injury upon Mr.
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Pisio" s pun wnmiMii muni Cr
than justice or tho public interest ro
Ihev. thcrcloro recommend the
adoption of the following resolution
instead ot thohrstot the scries report
ed by the committee
Resolved, that tho Jlon. liovell II.
Rousseau bo summoned to tho bar of
the Houso, and bo there publicly
reprimanded by the Speaker for the
violation of the rights and privileges
of the House of which he was guilty
in the personal assault committed by
him upon tho Hon. J. B. Grinnell for
words spoken in debate.
In recommending tho adoption of
the other resolutions reported by tho
committee the undersignod Jullj' con
cur. Hf.kby J. Raymond,
l Jonx Hooav.
Wo should infer from theso reports,
that tho presiding officer of tho House,
Mr. Colfax, is as much in contempt,
as either of tho parlies named. Any
presiding officer who allows members
to thus violate the rules of tho Houso
is as unfit for his place as tho ex
Rev. demagogue, Grinnell.
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ArroiNTMF.M. Samuel V. Bates,
LL.D .of McudvillP, Into Domity Su-
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perintendent of Common Scliools oil
been appoint -
the Commonwealth, hai
cd bv Gov. Curtin, Stnto
1V UOV. Cirim, mmo aiiniuruiii,
accordance with' the act of A8Hem.
bly of 1805, authorizing tho appoint-
I V I l, toil. Ii nin'l'l lMHk V'Mwv v ..w
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work of collecting and writing a com
plete hiftory of the Pennsylvania reg
iments in tho scrvico of tho United
States during the rebellion.
W-In Buffalo, a railroad conductor
ha, just been fined 8o00 for ejecting a
man from a car because he refused to
give tip bin Roat to u woman. In tho "11UU"1"-
decision the Court held that women portant event has just occurred
are entitled legally to no more privi-l After bavin maintamcd tho honor
legos in niiUiccoAveyftnco-than mcn.'of 5n itf''' Emperor ol.
and that when tho latter pay for scats Austria, concurring in the .ideas ex
they have a perfect right to occupy precscd in the L.npcror Napoleon
them bo long as they conduct them- fetter of June 11th ,to his m.n.nUr ol
i . J il orciirn Affairs, ccdoH Vcnctia to the
, j j .
KivSenalrv l-Vunlor, lnnt hnlf his
nmnnriv innl nfli n rr KIb valmih n tm.
pprp ami library, by the Portland fir.
The following call has been issued
by a meeting of Oflicers and Soldiers,
held at Harrisburg, on tho 'JSth day
of Juno, 18GC.
Tho Soldiers' Convention which met In Pitts
burg u tho 5th of J una last, mid which pinned
the ir comrade In thin State to tho mpport of the
radinut nionsurot of Congress, in opposition to thti
just and constitutional policy of President John
son, and which promised their votes to John W.
deary, tho radienl candidate for Governor, misrep
resented the sentiments of the grout maim of the
office and soldiers of Pennxylvunia. In order
that a true expression of opinion might to had
from tho late defender of the government in the
field, anil to counlera.it tho injury attempted to he
done to tho cause of the t'nion, it was deemed ad
visable by the luto ollioers unci soldiers of the Fed
eral army in this State to hold another Convention.
A State Convention will be held at llarrltt-
nur, on Wednesday, the lirnt day
at 10 o'clock, A. M., to be composed of such hon
orably discharged ollieers, soldiers and seamen of
Pennsylvania, a subscribe to the following
trine, vin :
W ho aro In favor of ctrryinff out, In ffiod'n
faith, the joint resolution of Congress, adopted
July 22d, 1HG1, which declared that, "This war i
not jirosecuted on our part In any spirit of oppres-
ion, nor for any purpose of conquest or inbjuga-,
uou, uui io ucienu ana maintain tne supremacy or
the Constitution and to preserve the Union, with
all the dignity, equality, andj-jahts of tho several
States unimpaired." These the conditions of
the bond the soldiers signed and sealed in blood
with the government, and a refusal now to carry
them out is a gross violation of a solemn agree
2. Who are in favor of restoring- tho Slate
lately in rebellion to all their eoiibtitutional rela
tions with tho Federal Union as they stood before
tho war broke out, according to the humane and
const iti'.ional policy laid down by President
3. Who are in favor of representatives from the
Constitution and the law, be-,
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couwi, iovri u me
iug immodiaU'ly received by Congress ; I
4. n ho approve President Johnson's vetoes of
tho Fn-edmun s llureau and Civil ltichts liiils: I
S. Who nre opposed to any interference, bv
Congress, with the rights of tho States reserved by
the Constitution, and who are opposed to the right
of suffrage being conferred upon the negro;
8. And who are in favor of the election of llies
ter Clymcr, Democratic candidate for Oovernor of
Pennsylvania, the representative of tho constitu
tional and conservative doctrine stated above.
Kaeh county will bo entitled to send seven dele
gates to the Convention ; and where a county has
more than ono member in the House of Represen
tatives, such county will be entitled to seven dele
gates for each additional member. Tho delegates
arc to be selected by the honorably discharged ofB-
eers, soldiers and seamen of the counties respec
In addition to the delegates selected, all other
honorably discharged officers, soldiers and seameo
wlio sympathize with tho object iu view, are luvi
ted to meet at H irrisburg on that occasion.
W. JI. DAVIS,
J. WESLEY AWL,
Col. 104th P. V.
Lieut. Col. 2lst P. V.
Col. 1st Pa. Cav.
Captain 12tith P. V
JOHN P. LINTON,
B. II ROCK WAY,
Capt. 1st Pa. Art.
Lieut. Col. 64th P. V.
AVe, the undersigned, doreeommend
tliut all Oflicers and Soldiers of Clear
field county, whoso views accord with
the above, do meet at tho Court Houso,
in Clearfield, on
TtiCHday, July 21, IHtld,
for tho purpose of electing seven Dclo
gates to represent this county iu said
Wm. R. Hartshorn, Col. and brevet
Walter Barrett, late Lieut. Col. 84th
Regiment, P. V;
James P. Birch QclJ. lato Surgeon 83d
Regiment, P. V.
Matthew Ogdcn, lato Copt. Co. K,
84th Regiment, P. V.
C. L. Barrett, lato Lieut. Co. F, 84th
Regiment, P. V,
Thos. II. Wilson, Co. O, 5th V. R. C.
J. S. McKiernan, Capt., f,,d Rogl. P.V.
Chas.Larrimcr.Co.C, I49th Rcgt. P.V.
Jos.lMiarrimcr, Co. I,201stRegt.P.V.
W.W. Watson, Co. t, 100th Kegt.r.V.
J. I). Snoke, Co. D, 127th Regt. P. V.
lUI.Shaw.lIospital Stcw'd 84th, P.V.
A. J. Jackson, 1st Ohio Artillery.
W. S. Ogden, Co. K, 84th Regt. P. V.
J.L.Mc l'herson.Co. C, 5th Rcgt.P.R.O.
W.W. Worrell, lNtLt.Co.D.lOoth, P.V.
R. J. Reid, 5(itli Regiment, P. V.
J. IV Jackson, Co. I), Gth Regiment.
J.H. Dougherty ,('o.E, 145Uh Regt.P.V.
It. J Rhuffncr, Co. K, 8 1th Regt. P.V.
15. C. Rishel, Co. II, 1st Pa. Light l t.
R. S. CaiT, Co. C, 5th Regiment, 1 .
Ebcnczer Ball, Co. L. 1 1th ra. Cav.
David Buck, Co. Jv, 84th Regt. P. V.
Jno II.Mason, Co. E, 14'J'Ji licet. P.V,
Daniel Curk'V.Co. C.5th Roct. P.R-C.
Ellis Kylcr, Co. K, 84th Regt., T. V.
The Austrian Army Utterly Sefeated'
at Luodwa- ,
20.000 AUNtrlans killed and
and 15,0M) Captured.
PR VNCIS JOSEL'II ABANDOS
FATHER ToINT, L. C, July 15, p. m.
Thn Nova Kcotion nilflSod thifl noint
iTni nMi'irr n fit f n I n I tr (i
X.k i'.vatw v v v ' J vt
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via J.onoonuc, n
T tiftrnmm .1 ii I v ri rvrn in rr - A
,"lo took phico on tl.o.ld ini
noar Iiiiodwa. rcBuItma in tho lr
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victory j i . u.-. - ...
hundred prisoners. Thcro wcra gicut
, I'll 1 t
luarto in Lrlllofl nil
1ohrc9 in killed and wounded, but no
'estimate was given of tho numbers.
Tho Austrians sent m a nag ot truce,
Austria has agreed to code V cr.etia to
the Emperor Napoleon, and to accept
f i . . i . i:..
m-mcumuon. iU Rn -ou
Jy oommnnicated with the be hgerents.
, The Pans Momteur of tho 5th makes
I French Emperor, and accepts himo-
(iilltion for the Conclusion of POaCO,
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The Lmoeror atioleon iiasionea
Uo reppond to th Bummons, and tm -
mediately communicated with thoj
King of Prussia, in order to obtain nn
nrmirtico. M. (i RKliNK has opened hiw Mu-
Tho Austrian Field Marshal Aon , ic Store, ono door west of W.
GablcnK arrived at tho Prussian head- Lewis nook Ftore, where h keeps ronstsmiyon
quarters at Hovitr, near Gitschin, on hhni Ptcinwny Sons' and Gachie'i Piano Man
the .Uh of July, with a flag of truce ZTc
rI ho rnissians wcro eommanded by Molodeons Guitars, Violins, Fifes, Flutes;
tho king in person. They met tho, 0nr and Violin strings.
Austrian under Bonodet between L? 8b""'
HoviU and KonigratH. rlhe battle Srkkt Mi-mc 1U ! eon.tantly receWing
lasted twelve hours. Until 10 O'clock ,fron Philadelphia all the lateit musio, which
a. m. tho battle was favorablo to tho
Austrians, but after that hour the
advantages wero all with, tho Prus
sians. A Gitschin telegram of July 2d, says
that tho Prussians havo captured
15,000 Austrian prisoners Bince tho
2Gth of June, and that 20,000 Austri
ans have been killed and wounded.
fcovcral battallions were completely
annihilated. The Saxon corps, the
Kalek brigado, tho Clam Gallas corps
doc-'ai,d ll6 Koblenz Corps, ftrO Completely
broken up, and for the present not in
onnAU 'ttm Ifi fio-Kf
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lllljIVillj JjLl 06 sUlUliDIll
ALSO, UANCrACTDRIRI Of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
je27-y CLEARFIELD, PA.
ITOT OF"I)T)LES, BRIDLES,
HARNESS, COLLARS, Etc.,
For sale by ME11HELL k lUULEIt.
1'ALMEIfS PATENT UNLOAD-
ING HAY FORKS,
For nle by M EKRELL &, IUGLER.
OIL, TAINT, RUTTY, GLASS,
For palely MtRKKLL A BlfiLEIt.
HARNESS TRIMMINGS &-SI10R
For sale by MKUKKLL &, B bGJLER.
GUNS, PISTOLS, SWORD CANES,
Fotealeby MEKHELL A BIGLETt.
STOVES. OF ALL SORTS AND
Foralobr MEUKKLL k J5IGLERL
IRON! IRON 1 IRON! IKON!
Foraaleby MEKRELL & BI'JLER.
HORSE SHOES k HORSE SHOE
For sale by MEKKELL L B10LER.
LIFE INSURANCE AT HOME
nn Mutual ifc gn$uranr( O.
OF PHILADELPHIA, TA
H. B. SWOOPE, Agent,
Asset Liable for Lonet $l,M0,0n0
Receipts for 1805
Losset paid in 1865
Surplus PmnasD Dcclabid
FirTr Per Cmt.1
n. I). SWOOPE, Arent
Dr.J. O. IIAUTSWICK, Medical Examiner.
ClearAala May 0lh 1SCH.
AD.MI NI4TII AVOH'H NOTICIl Notice
it hereby given that letter! of Administra
tion, on the estate of Franeis Pearce, Kc, dee d,
late of Bradford township, ClearRold countjr, Pa.,
hare thit dav been duly granted to tht under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to taid et
tale will ploasa ruake payment, and these baring
claims or demands will present them for settle
ment without dolay. HANNAH PKAKCE,
Ji-10 flt.pd Adnir't,
VV. SMITH & CO.'S,
A Fresh Lot of
PEAS AND CANNED FRUIT
Also, a superior article of
GENT.'S PATENT LEATHER BOOTS,
All sires and extreme y low. Je20
AMI. LASH'S Improved lr Dollar
WASHING MACHINE, it now offered
to the publio as tbt cneapest, simplest anu
most eRiuient Washing Machine in the coontry.
The delusive right for tht rale of thit ma
chine In four own Slate or county can bt secured
by applying soon at our store, 727 Mtrket street,
Philadelphia, Pa. J. a. L.A51I uo.
wh "sVi and retail
I Also, tne Mil loin pi vt ringer in mo niarneu
A ery liberal diteount to country mer
;chants anl dealers generally
TO AUj ROOK BUYERS.
TAR. K. SIMON, 83 South Siith Street, Phil a
delpbia, is agent for tbt following valu.lle
book t :
Appleton'l Vtm American Cyclopedia lKvolt.
j Hisiory of '.lit Rehellion I large vol.
" Ilictionary of Xechanict 2 vols.
' rebellion Becord, by Frank Mocre t "
! WashlnrUm Irvine's Works, 22 -
Cooper'i Nortls. Dickens' Works.
Vrt-t nictl inary of Arts and Manufacturei.
Ilarcroft't United States S vols, io., A.
I lurnish all Hooks puhllshed for public and
nriva'e Libraries, at wholesale prices. Send a
list of any books wanted, with a stump, for
rrB.w'jic1 wii ci"en J p''n niKJiiOJj
! A umimthator-s NoiicrNotico
j J. I hereby given that Idlers of administra-
. tion havo been granted to tht undersigned nn
the estate of William 8. Smiley, deceased, late
' UnAf township. Clearfleld eounty. All per-
a-iv a 1 n l1kr,l t.i ail atnM wrill rilAnsiJk mftltA tin
mediate pavmenl.and these having claims tgslnt
the same will present them for seitlcmnnt, to the
undersigned. cAKAU U. ..MlLl.V,
jc2(l 111 pd Adin'x.
l i t 111 ITCH I I IC II!
SCRATCH I SCRATCH! SCRATCH 1
will ci ne tii iTi n in noi:K3.
Also cures PAI.T RHEliy. UI.CKRR, CntL
PLAINS, an I all ERUPTIONS OP TUB SiKIN.
Price 60 cents. For rale by all drupplsts. By
sending nO enls to WKi.KS A fOTTEK, Sole
Agent, 170 Wash nptoa street, Boston, It will
bt forwarbed by mail, fret of postage, to any
part of the Vnlted States. June II, 'fin-1 yr.
For sale at llart'wiek A Irvin't. Clearfield Pa.
iTurra a shoes map at low trices.
Tht aodenigned It prepared to mnnufaitara
everything in his line, at the lowest Agures, and
will wanant bis work to bt aa represented,
(j'ivt him a call, at hil shop on Market ttreet,
second door west of tht Post Office, and he will
do all io hit power, to render salification. Some
fine Oeltcr tops, extra French calf skint, At.,
on band, ready to bt tnirhed on short notice at
low prices. DANIEL C0NNBLXY.
ArmsuTici Waxtid. I will give a liberal
chanot to a boy IS or IS yean of tie, to Itara
tbt business of Boot and Fbct tusking, if appli-
caUoa l ma4e soon. V. v.
J nn 13th, ifl-l yr,
persons at a distance wishing, can orJer, and
nave sent tbem by mail, at publisher s prices.
r-Pianos and Organs WarranUd for five
Those wishing to buy any of the abort articles
art invited to call and examine mine before pur
chasing elsewhere. My prices art the same as
in New York and Philadelphia.
Circulars of Instruments sent nrnmrtlr nnoa
application with-any additional information
li. M. GREENE,
Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa.,
One door west of Lewis' Book Store,
or Miss E. A. P. KINDER, Clearfield,
Dee. 8, 1865tf Agent for Clearfield eo., Penn'a.
ALL YE LOVE HS
To Yk Advocates or Economy ! ! !
L. M. COUTRIKT
lias Just opened a
New Sloro, on mile above J.ecorjtes Mills,
in Cirard townthip, and it prepared to
SELL A L1TTE LOWER THAN
tbey can be found
ANY WHERE ELSE IN THE COUNTY,
His slock coniistt of
DRY GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
Ready Made Clotliing, Hatt, Caps, Boots
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS AND
of thu very best quality.
HARDWARE, QUEENS TTARE of New
Klyles, and liuwate.
Liquor of all kinds, nucli as Brandy, ICino,
Kuui ana ivuihky.
Plouclis, Plow Castings Cider rreeses,
Fibb, Nails and Salt.
Drugs, ilcdicines, Paintii, Perfumery,
Ulasa and Varuibh.
Also, Agent for the Celobrated CHOLERA
Call and see for yourlres before pur
cliasinp elsowhurfi. May 9, W6. 3 m.
XfEW STORE AND NEW GOODS!
JOS. SHAW $ SON
Have just opened
New Store, on Main St., Clearfield, Pa
lately occupied by Wm. F. IRWIN.
Their tlock consists of
Groceries of the best quality,
Queenswarf, Boots and Shoes
and every Article- neccmrr fur
Call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere May 9, lSC6-tf.
ITI IK M I S K OK IHO.. An txnUite
impreirnation of dry Spanish Wine, wiib the
activity of Caliraya Bark, and the most energetic
of all tht ferruginous salts, t itrate of JUagnrtio
Cxldt of Iron. It lias a vinous flaier.vtry grate
ful to the plaU,it without chalybeate taste, and
will not discolor the toetb.
It excites languid appetite, gives test to food.
improvei digestion, Increases the strength, stead
ies the circulation, takes off muscular flabbiaess.
removes tht pallor cf debility, gives firmness and
precision to the aelioa of tht nervous syrtvm,
with power to endure fatigue and resit) disease.
MAONKTIC CITRATU OK IKON it new and
ptculiar, differing from tbt ordinary Soluble Ci
trate, In containing an equivalent of rrotoxido
of Iron, in pi act of the Ammonia. It is neutral,
tasteless, without astringeocy, at prompt and
energttio at tne tblorido, and unlike that, in
duces no local inuommatory action or headache.
CALISAYA 11 A It K is pre-eminent ara.inx
vegetable tonics, bat no eiua! r.s a slrtnglhearr
or restorative, nor rival at an anti-periodic.
Itetails in I and 1 t ' l les, quarts and gal
lons fr dirpensir g. O. 8. 11 1! 1)11 EM,.
je20-lm Apothecary, HlO Chestnut St., Phila,
1 EDUCATIONAL The undersigned intends
j opening a school In the Town Halt, Clear.
held, on the First Monday in June to continue
for t term ot elevtn weeks,
Thouroughnrrs will le aimed at In all our In
struction. "Not bow tnuch but how well" is the
principle upon which the exereisci will be con
ducted Particular attention paid to Penmanship and
A daily register It kept of the attendance, de
portment and recitationi of each pupil which Is
sent weekly to parents, thus turnlsbing tbem
with eontunl information of his standing and
prcgrest in ichool.
I'ubllo exhibitions are not held al any staled
time, hut parents and guardians are respectfully
invited to visit the school and ohirrvt tht man
ner in which the nWy work is performed.
TKKMS t IF TUITION.
Spelling, Heading, Writing, Fiiinary Arilhma.
tie and Geography, (4 00
Urainmar, Urography, History, Arithmetic aud
Hook-Keeping $5 110
Algeiirt, ihilosophy, Geometry, Mensuration
and Surveying, $7 HU
Latin and (iieck with toy of tht above branch
es 9 00
For further information spplv to
Miy 21, leCO. C. 11. SANlrOKl, Principal.
7EVY CA Hit I AGE AND WAGON
Shop, in Clotrfiekl, rnnsvlvania.
(Immediately in rear of Machine Shop,)
The subscriber would respectfully Inform tht
cltiiens of Clearfleld, and tht publio in general,
that he it prepared to do all kinds of work on
CAK III AUKS,
on short relict and In a workmenlikt manner.
JWA11 Orders tromptiy attended to
Clearfield. February I4ih, 1SG0.-Iy.
fiure l iberty Vlila l.cadwil do tnort
I and better work at a given Cost, then toy
other I Try it! Manufacturtd only by ft ion a
Fmith, Wholesale Ilrog, Paint a (ilast pealerr,
Nt. I ST North Third K, Tblfa. Mtrek !,' Iy
II. F. NAUGLE,
Graham's Itow, Clearflcld, Pfitt'a.
The subscriber respretfilly Informs hl oil
customers ard the publio, that he hat on hand,
and constantly receiving new additions, large
slock of Clocks, Watche and Jewelry.
Jewelry of every variety from a single ptee
to a full tetL
Watches, a One assortment of silver Hunting
and open ease, American and patent Levers,
plain and full jeweled.
Clocks, a large variety from the best Vfannfae
tory, consisting of Eight day and Th'rty boar
Snrinr and Welsh!. Levers. Time. Strike and
Spectacles, a large assortment far ind
dt-i'ght, colored and plain glass
Alto, a Gnt assortment of Spoons, Forks, But
ter-knives, etc, plated on jenuine Alnbata.
ALL, kinds of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
carefully repaired and Warranted.
A continuance of patronage la solicited.
November l.Mh. 1465 II. F. NAUGLE-
GOtO Pl'NM. II. F. NATTllLB has Just
received an Elegant assortment of the best '
quality ; aUo silver exleusiun and desk holders.
November 29, 1515.
Cheap Furniture J
DESIRES to inform his old friends and cus
tomers that, having enlarged his shop and
increased hit facilities fur manufacturing, bt It
tow prepared to make to order furniture as may
be desired, in good style and at cheap rates for
Cakli. lie mostly has on hand at his "Furni
ture Kooms," a varied assortment of lieady-uada
Furniture, among which ar
Bureaus and feide-Bo?ird3,
Wardrobes and book-Cases : Centro, Sofa, Parlor
liroukfust and dining Extension Tables.
Common. FrencbPost. cottage, Jenny
Lin a ana tuner -tseusteaas.
SOFAS a all. KIN US, WOUK-STANDS
HAT-KACKS WASH-STANDS, 4c.
Hocking and Arm Chairs,
Spring-Seat, Cane-Bottom and Parlor Chain
and Common and otlior tliairs.
I O O KJy G - G L A H SES
Of every description on band; and new glutei
for old frainos, wnicb will be put 1 on ve
ry reasonable terms on short notice,
lit alsokeept on han(, or furnishes to or
der, Hair, Corn-Husk, Hair and
Cotton Uip Mattresses.
COFFINS, (if every kind,
Madt to O'der, and funerals attended with a
Hanrso, whenever dosired.
Also, IIoum) Painting doiio toorder.
The euttcriber also mai.uiecturts, and bat
constantly en band,
Clement's Patent Washlnrr Machine,
Tht best now in use. Those using thit macbint
never need be without clean clothes 1 He also hat
Flyer's Patent Churn,
A rnperior article. A family using thit Chora
cover need be without butter I
All tho above and many other articles art fur
nished to tustomers ehoap for Cash or exchanged
for approved country produce. Cherry, Maple,
Poplar, Linwood and other Lumber suitable Tor
Cabinet work, taken in exchange for furniture.
T-Reuioiuber the shop it on Market street,
Clearfleld, l'a-.and nearly opposite tho "Old Jew
Store." JOHN GULICU.
Nov. , mr 7
IUILADELrillA AND ERIE RAIL
. KOAD. Thia grcal lino traveisot tho
Northern and Northwest countlet of Tcnntylva.
nia to the city of Erie on Lake Rrie.
It bat be.n leased and Is operated by tht
I'ENN'A KAIL ROAD COMPANY.
Time of Passenger trains at EmpoRicit.
Erie Mail Train 4.02 P.M.
Frit Express Train 1 1.43 P. M.
Frit Mail Train 12.00 M.
Lr t Kxprest Train 1.63 A. M.
Passenger cart run through on the Erie Mail
and Express Trains without ebnngt both vrayt
between Philadelphia and Erie.
New York Connection.
Leave N. York at 9 a. m arrivt at Erie .30 a.m.
Leavt Erie at i.ii .m., arrive at N". York 4.10 p.m
No change of Cart between P.rie A N.York.
Llcgant Sleeping Cars on all Night traina.
For information respoctin : Passenger busi
ness, apply at Cor. 30th and Market St's, Phil'a.
And for F'rright business of tht Conipany't
Arentt 8. I!. Kingston, jr., Cvr. 13lh and Market
J. IV. Keynoids, Erie.
Wm. Brown, Agent, N. C. II. R., Baltimore.
H. II. Hoi'stoh, General Freight Agt. Phil'a.
H.W. (winn, General Ticket Agt. Phil'a.
A L. TYLEU, General Eup't, Vi itliamsport.
I WOULD Just inform the eitixens of Clearlleld
and vioinity, that I have opened a shop in
sBid borough, near Mr. C. Kratxer's stort, forth
purpose of manufacturing and repairing
GUNS, riSTOIA WATCHES AND
I guarantee all my work, aid expect to secure
r.y patronage by promptness and attention to
business, and executing my vroik in the best
slytt if the art Hive me a on 1 1 and test ray
capacity. JAM Ka 1). W'rUEROW.
June 13, ISco-lf
LETTERS of administration on the estate C
George Iloss, lato of Piko township, C'lcar-
Hi'ld county, dociascd, having been grantrd to tho
nndcrsipiiol. nil persons hnvinir claims niriiinsttho
said cstnto aro rciiucstcd to nirsont thtMta pro
perly authenticated for evltliiuint. and tlwse in-
iri.'trd to tui'l ctt are nnuctcd to make i ay
ment without di'lar. 1). E. MOki-L,.
Knox township, June IS, lSOfl tit-pd.
Dlsrtblnl Men, Attrntlon ! Wanted, oneor
two men in Clearfteld county, who bava
lost either an arm or log, to sell Wadsworth't
water proof Arnica Healing Piaster, tht best and
cheapest Curt Plaster in tbt tr.arVet From $5
to $11) per day can be made. Adiress, with 25
rents fr tan pie nrd Inl' informaiion, A. F,
llELCIIKU, Box. IS, Philadelphia, Ta. N. B
All axents and prddlcrs would (ind it in their
interest to answer the abovo. April Ji, 'id lia.
and iincromid srlres. Citron. Enir-
VT lish Currants. I'x. Cofloe
and incirar er
the best quality, lor sale by U, A I.
Clearfield, January 10th, lytift.
r.lVIXC, SIArr.INr.S.I would herebw
inform the LuLlie, that I have been appoin
ted sole Agent, for ClrHifield cennty, for 1ha
Comhosj Sai'R Fa mi i r Hitwin Mtrnir. This
is one of tho best Machines row vffjre-i to tht
public. 1 keep theia on hand. Any perf ia
calling at mv residence ran see them operate.
Piiceonly $(!. 1 110M AS READ,
Slay t, I St- mo-p.l. Near Curwensville.
Ice Cream Saloon. Having opened a Kes
taurtnt,oa Market street, Jutatove tht Urew
eiy.Iain now prepared to furuish let Cream
every afternoon and evening, to all callers. La.
diet and tlcntlcmeo are respectfullv Itrlted to
call. A. A'CUOLFP, -Clearfleld,
May JJld, 15t))l
RAIL A HOU?K, M?n St Philipt
b n rg, Penn'a, IU'.rt Li.oto, Proprietor.
Keeps constantly oa hand the rholsteatof liquor.
His lahlt la altt.it supplied with tht ltM tbt
Market affords. Tht iravoliug pulio, will d wall
to git him a call. Js"0 1st, lf5.
Dure Liberty White Lead, preferred by
X all pn ctical Painters 1 Try it! sad o; will
bavt no other. Manafaotured only bv Ztcottia
A Biotm, Wholesale Drag, Palut Olost Wtrltrt,
ft, 1ST North Third St., Fhlla. Muck IlflJ-Iy.