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He (Itarftft Btpnbfiwir,
TnTnTTZThTiiounty nur -
1. That the authorities men -
,,ed in the act, to which this is a
-plcment, and the several supple -
Ms thereto, are nercoy auuionzcu
lev) and collect a per capita tax,
t exceeding twenty dollars each,
on persons liable to military duty,
i upon all able-bodied malo taxable
abitants, not liable to military duty,
ween the ages of twenty-one and forty
t years: Provided further, That
n-commissionea orncers ana pri
tes, now in actual Bervico of the
lited States, or this State, and per
ns who have been honorably dis
arged from such service, who were
rmanently disabled in said service,
all ho exempt from the per capita
s, herein specified, and the property
widows, and minor children, and
dowed mothers of non-commission-:
ollicers and privates, who died in
oh service, is hereby exempted from
a payment of a bounty tax, &c.
We produce the foregoing supple
enl for the benefit of borough, town
lip and other officers in this county,
ho have levied a tax for bounty
irposes, under the act of Assembly,
pproved the 25th day of March, 18G4,
ad the several supplements thereto,
nd call their attention specially to a
ortion of this supplement, approved
he 15th day of March, 1865, and found
a the Pamphlet Laws, on page 24.
We are informed that a per capita
ax has been laid, in several town-
hips, upon persons over the age of
.f ''forty-five,", after the passage of
his supplement; consequently this
ax is void, and cannot be collocted.
Ve understand that proceedings are
iitout to be instituted to compel the
repayment of tho amount thus col
lected, and to prohibit tho collection
of the tax in tho fature.
f Serious Accident. On Thursday
fast three ladies, Mrs. Jonathan
Nichols, Mrs. 0. B. Merrcll and Mrs.
jaulin, went op the country in a car
riage, and on their return homo, while
lescending the hill to Antis', the
lorses became unmanageable and ran
)flf, smashing things up generally,
.hrowing tho whole of them out of the
:arriago, and injuring all of them
more or" less. Mrs. Merrcll is soriously
njured about the head and shoulders,
End may never recover. The most
emarkablo thing about this whole
ransaction is, that Mrs. Merrell and
pra. Gaulin had their little babes with
Jthem, but in the general smash up
Ithey escaped injury. Mrs. Gaulin
jthrew hers out of the back of tho car-
I'riage, and then jumped aftor it.
The carriage striking a stump soon
after, pitched the other two out of the
front, among the horses' feet; but
they becoming detached from the
wreck, soon left all behind. It is a
miracle that the whole party was not
Tub Lady's Feiknd for August.
"Harvest time," the harvest time
of life, as well as of the season is the
appropriate steel engraving of the
August number of this beautiful peri
odical. The doublo and finely colored
6teel fashion plate is a gem, as usual.
Then we have the usual number of
wood-cuts illustrating the "Street
Arabs," and the latest fashions in
dresses, bonnets, hats, ic. The music
is the song of "Childhood and Home."
Among the literary contributions, we
note "One Summer's Romance," by
Clara Augusta ; "Tho Banshee," by
Mrs. Hosmer j "Tho Disputed Patri
mony," by Auber Forcstior; "The
Distressed Bachelor," (concluded) by
Mrs. Oliphant ; Novelties, Receipts,
f ..Ninons, c. rnce vz.w a year
o inn o j '
510.IJU. Specimen numbers will b
Mtfor 15 cents. Address Deacon &
Fctorson, 319 Walnut Stroct, Tbila
delphia. JSFive Negroes, on Wednesday
Right last, entered the house of Mr.
Lyle, in Montgomery county, Md.,
nil on i vn .L.:n i.. j i'i
muchj mm, piunaerca inaucing us to naopt it ourselves,
bis house and decamped. The whole rather thnn suffer curtailment of rcp
fivo were, two days after, arrested inlre8t!nUtion' Failing in this, (which is
Alexandria, and over SI 000 nt tK!'
money and other property was found
on their persons. They are in jail.
The "National wards" ought to be
have themselves, immediately in Gen.
Iloward'a front, or they will injure
the bureau business.
arWe are requested to state that'
tho formal School, at Curwensville,
closod on the 13th, and will be re
oponed on Monday, July SO, to con
tinue eix weeks. The attendance,
from present proopecta, will bo much
largw aftor vacation than befor it. .
I. sftM"9 cjmio-Th- ibi-
'Jowioff named delrirates worn dmaon
ftt tho Boldicra convention, which ns
emblcd at the court-house on yester-
day, to attend the SUito Convention
'V"?. T 61 Hanhlurt'' on
!0 2(1 of AuSnst ncxt: Surgeon J. P.
'Burchfield, Col. Walter Barrett, Capt.
j John S. McKiornan, Capt. Matthew
Ogdcn, David Buck. Charlos Larri-
nier. and Richard S. Carr.
Heavy Loss. Tho property de
stroyed by tho lato firo at Portland,
Me., upon investigation, amounts to
nearly ten million dollars ; whilo the
insurance amounts to but $3,575,000.
It is said that this loss is divided
among 55 different companies, one
losing 8391,000. Rather a snug Bum
for one office to los.
Fires. A valuable kiln of select
lumber, belonging to James Hagerty,
ol ruseyville, was destroyed by fire
an. -i .
-me nouso ot rttrick flynn. in
Jaynesvillo, was totally destroyed by
fire on Mondav, the 8th instant The
furniture was principally saved.
Dividend The directors of the
First National Bank of Clearfield
have this day (July 2d) declared a
dividend of nvs per cent on the capi
tal stock, (free front Government tax,)
out of the profits of the last six
months. A. C. Finney, Cashier.
Seeious CharoiL A Mrs. Miller,
ofKarthaus township, was lodged in
jail yesterday, charged with poisoning
her husband, who died very suddenly
on the 12th instant She having pur
chased arsenic the day before.
JTho Governor of Kansas, has
appointed a notorious Radical, named
E. G. Ross, U. S. Snator,; in Lane's
stead. i ,
The Heading Meeting.
The initial campaign mectingof the
Democracy, held at Welding, the home
of HieBter Clymer, oit" candidate for
Governor, on last Wednesday, was,
by authentic accounte, one of the
grandest demonstrations that ever
took place in Pennsylvania, and in all1
its foatures a brilliant lucccss. Thou
sands upon thousands of tho sturdy
yeomanry of Berks ar'd tho adjacent
counties poured in cue continuous
stream into that old town, from morn
ing until noon, filled With enthusiasm
for the old and unding faith, and
anxious to light the watch-fires for a
vigorous and animated campaign
against the hereditary foos of the
Union and the Constitution.
Tho meeting was called to order by
Hon. Wm. A. Wallace, Chairman of
the btato Central Committee, who
dealt the enemy Borne of his short,
sharp and characteristic blows, put
ting the huge assomblago in excellent
trim lor the seigo.
Hon. Richard Vaux, of our city,
presided, and speeches were made by
Hon. George II. Pendleton, of Ohio,
Montgomery Blair, and other promi
nent gentlemen, who defined tho great
issues impending in the coming elec
tion, with marked ability and telling
effect. The statement made by Mr.
Blair, that the Republicans were pre
pared to maintain their power by
force of arms, and at the point of the
bayonet, created a profound sensation,
and many an eye flashed defiance, and
many a licart throbbed with indigna
tion, amid that vast and surging mul
titude. The resolutions wcro well-timed,
conceived in tho proper spirit, and
havo the ring of the old Jeffersonian
metal about them, which is truly re
freshing. On the wholo, thovastnens
of tho meeting and the churactcr of
its proceedings, wcro truly encourag
ing; and if the canvass is continued
with tho same energy and real which
have characterised its opening, a sig
nal victory moat assuredly awaits tho
Democracy in October next. Sunday
Tub Constitutional Amendment.
Hon. J. W. Lcltwich', M. 0. elect
from the eighth district of Tennessee.
and a atrong Union man throughout
tue war, tn addressed a letter to the
member of the lenncssco Legislature,
urging them not to ratily tho conslitu
tional amendment proposed by Con
gress. He says:
'What is tbo ultimate object of this
amendmeut J Evidently to ibrco upon
us universal negro suilrage ; and so
adroit is the wording as to accomplish
t hift in it hni nf urn itn x-a k.p
i. . . . '
01 prow; tncy will lull tack on
the section grautiug to Congress pow
er to enforce by appropriate legisla
tion, the provision ot this aiucud
ment; and how easy will it be to say
it is necessary to grant them suffrage,
in order to protect them in their newly
acquired citizenship r
tei-The Catholio Convent, an ex
tensive institution situated back of the
Clifton Ilouse.in Canada,near Niagara
rans, was totally destroyed by fire on
Wr-The National Cemetery at Forts
Henry and Donelson will contain
bout od thousand tombstone.
Horrible Mtnrsn. Between one
and three o'clock, on Wednesday
morning, Mr. Georgo Raymond, resid
ing on Lis farm, about one mile from
Woodbury, N. J., was brutally mur
dered in liis bed. The Phihidelnhia
Ledger gives tho following account of
ine tragic anair :
Mr. Raymond and wife snt in the
porch of their dwelling on Tuesday
uvciiing unili near icn o clock, when
incy retireu to ineir room in tho sec
ond story. Mrs. Raymond heina1 un.
well, Mr. Raymond eat alongside of
iuo oca ana reaa until Jus wile fe W
asleep. Ho then went into an adjoin
ing room ana reurea lor tho nitrht.
ibout three o'clock on. Wednesday
morning. . Mrs. Raymond was arous
ed by u noise as if somethnig was
dropping on tho floor, fcjhe felt for
her husband, and finding that ho was
absent, got up and hurriod to the
other room, thinking her husband was
Biec. fche soon discovered, however
that her husband was dead, and her
screams aroused one of tho neighbors,
i . .... '
wuo lmmeuiateiy ran to the house.
Upon examining the deccasod. it wan
found that he had been struck on the
temple, on the chin and throat with
an axe, which bad been removed from
the woodshed on tho place. Tho axe
was found in the kitchen down stairs,
covered with blood, and a pair of boots
belonging to a stranger were found in
The deceased was about forty-two'
years of ago, and was commercial
agent to Balize during Mr. Lincoln's
ad ministrtion, but resigned on account
ot ill health, lie was at one time
editor of the Whig, published in Ilolli-
uuysDurg, JBJair county, l'a.
MiscEOENATiON.-It would bo strange
if Chester coun.y should fail to give
practical manifestation of the doctrines
taught by the Abolitionists. Here
where it is taught in its purity, we
have a right to expect it. Wo are in
formed of a caso which occurred re
cently in the southwestern part of the
A renegade Democrat, living in New
London, now a loud "loyal" member
ot the black league, who has been
preaching up the doctrines of Stevens,
Sumner,Kelly and Broomal, is possess
ed of a niece, who listened to his teach
ings, and lately returned home, from
near Penningtonville, with a browsy
"cullud" citizen, whom she introduced
as her lawful and wedded protector,
not doubting that her uncle and aunt,
who professed such warm friendship!
for the race of her choice, would re
ceive him with open mouth and arms;
but alas, the poor deluded girl was not
so favored. She had been deceived in
her uncle,who wants miscegenation for
other pcoplo, not foris family, and
tho lubly groom and his white bride
wcro unceremoniously kicked out into
the cold, cold world. Jcfftrsonian.
Vooa Mr. Harvey. Will not the
North American my a word for an
abscnt'riend f Will not the New York
Times do something for Mr. Seward's
pet? The Committee of Conference
on the Diplomatic Rill have reported
that no salary shall hereafter be paid
to a minister resident at Lisbon, and
that, therefore Mr. James E. Harvey
must leave the orange grove of Cin
tra, and come home. . Now, we do not,
for a moment, imagine that this insult
is levelled nt Mr. Harvey, except vi
cariously. He is of very littlo mo
ment. It is at the Secretary of State
tho shaft is aimed. Harvey is his
friend, his pet. When Mr Seward
thought it dextrous to let the Charles
ton pcoplo know what ho meant to do
or not to do as to Fort Sumter, Har
vey, who ia a South Carolina man,
was selected lo write to Judge Ma
grath, and his reward was tho mission
to l'ortugal. He and his patron seem
to bo in a bad way, but it is hardly
fair that tho blow should fall on the
5rG. G. Gloason, of Lock Haven, I
a . , ivii iii-un in nit? oiit't'ii ill imrns-
burg, on Tuesday afternoon, of disease
of the heart. i
Jury LtMt,rorH,tmbn Term,
Jitll- William Uarllerode.ThorosaSun- A LOT OF SADDLES, DUIDLES,
derland; iiW-Charles Sloan j foom-', HARNESS, COLLARS, Etc.,
William W.Aodorson; Bradford- Samuel Frr sale bv MEUKELL & BIG LEU.
Cowder: Lurnsittt John McCulloueh, TTrTrr.Tn TrViVCTm-VtIT, V. V 77
Aaron Tatcbin; fW1Chri.topber l ALMLK'S PATENT IJNLOAD
Kralxr. George W. Gearhart, William' ING HAY FORKS,
Sierens; Fnguton Wm. Wis) Gxrard For sale by MERRELL k. RIOLER.
Bernard McGovern; Gothen John F. nil, 1'AIVT pitttv ir kv
Rote; Cuu-A-Benjamin Sievent ; Jordan UIJj' i Ali Jl 1r -T ? 1 0LAS'
-David W. Wise, .Joseph Dewsll s 'Kari- p . A IlA A ;c. ,
Aaus-William Guin-alus j Iwrtnrt-i Sam- For ft1a ? M KRRELL A, BIGLER.
uel J. Gelortt. William Brown. A. J. HAUNKKH TI!1MMIW: t. kiimi.'
Shaw ; Morru James Thorn pton, Andrew
Hunter; 7'iA-IIu;h Mulleo; Union
Ileory Bailsy. t
TRAVIS J CROSS.
Beccaria Samuel llindaian j Hell Ja
cob E. Snyder, Frampion Boll; Boggs
James II. Turner, Uriah Lit j BiaJy
Jacob C. Smith, Jacob Eorb, Alleman
Ellinger; Bradford Samuel Caldwell. John
WiUon; Burntide Arroatrong Curry,
William Brothers; Vhttt Thomas 1.
Hartley. William Tucker, jr.; Covington
John J. Ticard, Claudius Barmoy ; Cur
mtntvilU William W. Worrall, Henry W.
Kerns; ClrarielJ John W. Slmgart;
Frrgvton John F. Straw, James Straw;
Fox Winslow Heath; Girard William
Murra), Hubert Leigey; Gothtn Epbraim
K. Shirey, William T. Shaw; Graham
Mosrs C. Eyans. John Holt, William B.
Green; GulicK William Neeling. Simon
Stanley, Schooly Scolt. Joan Creswell;
Huiton U. M. Hoyt; Jordan John Wil
liams, Itaso Bloom; Kartham Edward
MoCiarver, Roland Kennedy ; Ixiwrenee
Roberl Wallace, Thilip Mullen, William
Hoover; Monti 3. C. Allport; AW
Washington James Savrge; Penn- Joeiib
Hoover. David 8. Moort, Itaiah Wall;
r William Caldwell, Samuel F. Mc-Closkey.
Bit. G RKENFi Iim openccThiH Mu
,'Kio Store, ono door west of W.
Ltwlt' look Stora.whert bt ktrpi eonUntlyoi)
hanit Sbtnwiiy A Porn' tnd UavhU'i l'tuno Man
uTai'turltr Coimxnj't Planoi, Maton k Ilainlin'i
Cabinet Organi and Carbart, NeoUhara if Co.t'
Alelodeot HuiUrt, VloUni, Flht, glutei;
Uullar aid Violin tlrlngi.
MrtioIlooKt Golden Chain, Golden Bhower,
Golden onier, Golden Trio, As., Ac.
8rkk Miic He It eonMnntly receiving
from Philadelphia all the laleit miule, which
peraoni at distance winning, ran order, and
have tnt them by mail, at rblUhor't prieei.
WManot and Organi Warranted fur. ova
Thnaevithlng to buy ny of the above artlolei
art invibd to call and examine mine before pur-
cbating deewhere. iy prieei are the tame at
in New York and Philadelphia.
Ciroulirt of Initrumenta tent promptly upon
application with any additional Information de-
tired, B. M. GREENE,
Hill itreet, Huntingdon, Pa.,
! One iloorwent of Lewis' Hook Store,
or Mita E. A. P. KINDER, Clearfield.
Deo. 8, lW5tf Agent for Clearfield eo., Pvnn'a.
ALL YE LOVEHS
i . ..... op
C22acaip C cd cd cH so
To Yk Advocates of Economy!!!
L. M. COUTRIET
His just opened a
New Store, out mile above Lenonlea Mills.
Jin Girard towtiibip, anU i prepared lo
c;rTT . TTTTP nvvn tttav
SLLL A LITIE LQWER THAN
they can be found
ANY WHERE ELSE IN TJIECOUNTY.
Hit stock consist! of
DRY GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Capt, Boot)
' and Shoes.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS AND
of the very bent quality.
HARDWARE, QUEENS H'ARE of New
Styles, aud Tiuware.
Liquor of all kinds, such as Brandy, Nine,
Rum and Whisky,
Floughs, Plow Castings Cider Tresses,
Fish, Naila and Suit.
Prugs, Medicines, Taints, Terfuroery,
Qloss and Varoiah.
Also, Agent for the Celebrated CHOLERA
Call and see for yourselves before pur-
cuaning eiHenbere. May V, I?bo. 3 tu.
JEW STORE AND NEW GOODS!
JOS. SHAW 4 SOX
Hare just opened a
Niw Stors, on Main St., Clearfield, Pa.,
lately occupied by Wm. F. IRWIN.
Their stock consists of
OaotiiTEs of the best quality, .
Queensware, Boots and Shoes,
and every article necessary for
one's comfort. '
Call and examine ojjr slock before pur
chasing elsewhere. May 9, 18CG-lf.
EW CARRIAGE AND WA005
Shop, in Clearfield. Fennsjlvania.
(Immediately ia rear of Machine Shop,) .
The tubicribtr would reipeetfully inform the
citiieiuof Clearfield, and the pnblio In general,
that he it prepared to do all kiodi of work od
en fbort notice sod in a workmanlike manner.
-"A11 Orders promptly attended tn.-Q-f
ClearGeld. February 14ih. 18GG.-Iy.
wr a -v-v -w-r a
XXjLJvX W i.XvXli
LSO, aUNCriCTCRRItg or
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
ci (AsriKi.n. pa.
For tale by
GUNS, PISTOLS, SWORD CANES,
For tale by MERRELL A BIGLER.
STOVES, OF ALL SORTS AND
For.slebr MERRELL ft BIGLER.
IRON I IRON I IRON I HiOM
For tale by MERRELL A BIGLER.
HORSE SHOES & HORSE BJlOE
For sale fcy MEhRELL t BIGLER.
LIFE INSURANCE AT HOME 1
rim Mutual TU $n$uninrc (fa.
or ruiLAtELriiiA, ta.
H. B. SWOOPE, Agent,
Aetett Liable for Loitti $l,Mi0,H00
HeoMptt ror 180 S.'.7,ni.i
Uet paid in 1805 lsn.W25
Euarttra Pividiro Diclaub Amoallt or
Firtr Paa CaatJ
r, n "w0pR P"-
i)a. l. H. DARTSw ICR. Nedleal Kiaminer. I
Clearfltld May 30th 1W. uo, pd.
VAT THE CHEAP STORE OF
BOl'XTOX, 6H0rnRS & graoasi.
And Very Cheap ! !
B0TNT0N, RIIOWERS A GRAHAM sue
cotton to Boynton A Showeri retpectfulljr
auuounoe to the public that they are now open
ing an exteneivt axtortment of
At the old ttand in Gruliaiu'inew building which
they offer to toll at nctonishingly low prioot,
(nnntiderint; their cost !) for eaeh. or approv
ed country produce. Their ttook of
CANNOT BE SURPASSED I
Customer! ean there finds
CALICOES WITH FAST COLORS 1
MUSLINS I DELAINES 1 LAWNS !
CLOTHS 1 CASSIMERSI VE5TINGS!
LADIES' SHAWL? 1 GENTS' SHAWLS
HATS ft CArS ! BOOTS ft SHOES
CARrETS ft OIL-CLOTHS 1
OUR STOCK OF
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STYLE
AND VARIETY, embracing
NOTIONS 1 NOTIONS! NOTIONS
Scarfs I Head-Nets 1 Neck-Tics
Sutchcld! Fort Mori nates ! Urunhes
Photographic Albums !
FIPES. TOBACCO ft SEGAUSI
TERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS I
Or anything else in the Notion. Line I
All of the bett quality, and eeleeted with trecial
regard to the trade of Clearfield county.
Al r. I4U ius,
KDWAUO OKA 11 Ail.
Clearfield, May 10. 1861.
HARLEY & SONS
FOUND K R S,
They hereby notify the public, that the Foundry
in the Borough of Clearfield,
hat been pot in full bint, end they are now ready
to uccuuuuixlate the community with anything
pet Uiuing to tbuir line. Ihty keep constantly
on band a general astnrtment of
Cook, Tarlorand Ten Plato Stoves,
. for burning
EITHER WOOD OR COAL
Salamander's, Number 4,
.Base Slovc?, Number 3 and 4,
Wash Kettle, 16 and 20 gallons,
FiraGratea 20 anil 2H inehet,
FARM DINNER BELLS TWO SIZES,
riow and Plow CnUing.
W arc, also, prepared to make al
GRIST AND SAW MILL IRONS,
and fpecial attention U paid to tho re
IVrsnns in want of anything, in our
linn would do well by giving ut a mil.
All kind of country produce, and old
Metal, taken in exchange fur our Manu
facture, at the highoat market price.
HARLEY & SONS.
Clem Sold, IY, November l8G5.-tf.
A JVEW FIRM.
HARTSWICK & EM,
Druggists, Clearfield, r.cnn'a.
Having refitted and removed to the room la'.elj
occupied by Richnnl Moosop, vow
oiler, loir for caHh, a well 10
lected awsortaient ol
Drugs and Chemical?,
Alio, rat nii Medicines of all kinds, Oils,
Ulnaa.I'utty, Dye Stofl. Stationary,
Tobacco and Segar?,
Confsclionnry, Spices, and a larger ttock
of orietioa ever offered in thia
place, andtvarranted to be
of the best the Market affords.
J. O. HARTSWICK,
Dec. 13, 'US.-tf. JOHN IRWIN.
JAVINQ BOUGHT OUT THE EN
ir e Slock of Goods of James E. WatOB,
I AM PREPARED TO SELL
ods of all description, Cheaper than'
jive him a call beforo purchasing else
where. JACOB M. KEPLER,
l'hilipburg, January 3d, 1800.
ITCIIl ITCH! iTCII!
SCRATCH ! SCSATCHl SCBATCH!
will curi Tin in n in i$ noi as.
Attn enret SALT RtlKt'V. n.CEnS. CITlt.
PLAINS, an I all EHUniO.VS OF TDK SKIN.
i Price 60 csntt. For rale by all drueiiu. Ilj
i tending 0 ewU to W KBK3 A POTTER, Sole
Agenla, 170 Wh n-ton itreet, Bontnn, it will
I be forwarbrd by mall, free of pnMairr, to any
! part of the United States. June 1.1, 'lifl-l yr.
For le at llartwirk A Irvin e, Clearfield Pa,
I DMIM11HATOH ! ajOTirMV
I I. Km.mIiV irt.n that r .
tion, on tte emate of Krancit Pearre. F.w.. dee d
A. - - -v ' ......... ,v..iM ui niiiaiiiipir.
late of llradford township, Cloarlleld eountr. Pa..
have thit day been duly granted to the undrr.
tijrned, to whmn all pertona Indebted to eald et
tale will please make payment, and then havinR
elaimt or demandt will preeent them for aetUe-
ment without delay. 1IANXAII PEARCE
jeje et pi Adoir't
II. V. NAUGLE,"
(ii s-r aa faa
M MAKE 11.
Oruham'i Row, newfifld, Pean'a,
The tabwrlber refpeotfally Infurmr Mi old
customori ard the puMie, that be baa on hand,
and eonit'antly receiving new ad.lilloni, a large
Itork of Clockt, Watrhe and Jewelry.
Jewelry of every varietjr from a tinsla Bits
to a full tett
Watckea, a fine atnrtment of tltver Hunting
and open ease, American and patent Levers,
plain and full jeweled.
Clocks, a large variety from the best Manufao
tnry, consisting of Fight day and Ih'rty bonr
Spring and Weight, Levora, Time, Strike and
fepectnclea, a larjrn assortment far and Bear
light, colored and plain glaat.
Also, a fine assortment f Spooni, Forks, TJut-ter-knives,
eto.,platod on tnuine Alahata.
ALL kinds of Clocks, Watohet and Jewelry
carefully repaired and Warranted.
A continuance of patronage ia tolicited.
Novembor lMh. 1S65 II. F. NAUOLB-
1'iiKs. n. f. nauglk bu just
X received an Elegant assortment of the beat
quality) also silver extontion and desk buldeia.
November 21), 1801.
DESIRES to inform bit old frienda and ent
Umers that, having enlarged bit ehep and
incroasod hit facilities fur manufacturing, ha it
now prepared to make to order furniture at may
be dosired, in good etyle and at cheap ratet for
Cash. lie mostly has on hand at hii "Furni
ture Koomi," a varied assortment ot Eeady-mde
Furniture, among wbioh art
Bureaus and Side-Boards,
Wardrobes and Book-Cases: Centre, Sofa, Parlor
Ilreakfast aud Dining Extension Tablot.
Common, French-Post, cottaje. Jenny-
Lind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS of all, KINDS, WORK-STANDS
IIAT-KACKS WASH-STANDS, 4o.
Rocking and Arm Chairs,
Spring-Seat, Cane-Bottom and Parlor Chalrt
and Common and other Chairs.
Of every description on band ; and new glatiea
for old frames, which will be put in on ve
ry reaaonable forms on tbort notice.
He alsokeept on han or furnishes to or.
- der, Hair, Corn-llufk, Hair and
Cotton top MaUrcsnea.
COFim Of every kind.
Made to o'der, and fuucrala attended with a
Hearse, -vhenever desired.
Alto, llouwe Painting done toorder.
The subscriber also manufacture!, and hat
constantly en hand,
Clement'! Patent Washing Machine,
The best now in use. Those using thia machine
never need be without clean clothes I lie alto hai
Flyer's Patent Churn,
A euperior article. A family using- tbli CTiura
Dover need be without butter I
All the above and many other article! are fur
nished to customers cheap for Cash or exchanged
for approved country produce. Cherry, Maple,
Poplar, I.inwood and other Lomber suitable fut
Cabinet work, taken in exchange for furniture.
Grllemeniber the thop it tin Market street,
Clearfield, Pa., and nearly opposite the "Old Jew
Store.- JOHJf GULICU. .
Nov. J8, 1881 j
J opening a tchool in the Town Hall, Clear
hold, on the First Monday in June to continue
for a term of eleven weeka,
Thouroughneit will be aimed at in all our In
struction. "Not how much but bow well" it tha
principle upon which the exeroiiet will be oon
Particular attention paid to Penmanship and
A daily register it kept of the attendance, de
portment and recitations of each pupil wbioh i
tent weekly to parents, thus furnishing thein
with constant information of hit standing and
prepress in school.
1'ublio exuihitiona are not held at an Hated
tinio, but parent! and guardiant are respectfully
invited to visit the tchool and observe tht man
ner In whh-h the oMy work is performed.
TERMS OF TUITION.
Spilling, Beading, Writing, Primary Ari thine,
tie and Geography, (4 00
(Irammar, lieography, History, Arithmetic and
Hook-Keeping $5 00
Algehra, Philosophy, Geometry, Mensuration,
and Purveying, fj 00
Latin and Greek with any of tht above braoch.
et $? 00
For further information apply to
May 2.1, 1SC0. C. B. SANDFUIID, Principal
T H E EA G LES OTEti
L. V. TEN EYCK, Pnorainroa.
TAR undersigned, having become proprietor
of the above hotel, wishes to fi,e nutice to
the citixent of thit county, at well a to tha
travelling public, that the house bu been refitted
and refurnished fur the entertainment of fail
guestt, His tnblo will he furnished with errry.
thing the market afford. At hit Bar ill be
(ounj the best brands of ail klnda of Liquor.
MOOD STABL1NJ attached, and cone but
careful hostlert employod.
Jyll-tf . L. W. TEN EYCK.
RA 1 1, ROAD 1 1 ( )I Is K, jfaUeit.. 1'hilipt
hurg, Penn'a, Kohsht Li.orn, Proprietor.
Keeps constantly on hand the choietest of liquora.
Hit table it alwint tupplitd with the best the
Market affords. The traveling polio, will do well
to give him a call. J,'ov ltt,1A5.
I "FOREST HOUSE lilonru towotbip,
' (Jainer P. 1'i.ooit, Proprietor. .
Thit large and commodious House is titnatel
on the turnpike, 7 miles west of Curwensville,
and 0 miles east of Luthershnrg. The Proprie
tor will apart no effort lo make bit guestt com
fortable and their slay with him pleasant, and
thoreby expectt to receive a liberal share of pnb
lio patronage. Hee. ?a. lSfi.V-tf.
TL'DY YOl' it ixti:hiit.
HOOTS SIIOE.S at adr AT WW PRICES.
The undersigned it prepared to unnufatturo
everything in bia line, at the lowest figurei, and
will wanttit his work to be as represented.
Give him a call, at hit shop on Market itreet,
tecend door wett of the Post Utiiee, and be will
do all in bis power, to render sutislaotinn. Some
fine Gaitfr tops, extra l'rcnrh ralf skint, do.,
on band, ready to be finished on short notice at
low pricea. 1MMEI. CONNELLY.
ArrarnTtea Wahted. I will give a liberal
chance to a boy 1(1 or 13 yean of age, to learn
(be business of Boot and rhce making, if appli
cation be made toon. I). 0.
June l:tth, 1SH4-1 yr.
4 mil.XISTKATOKN MilitiaNotice
V. i hereby given that lettors of administra
tion have been granted to tht undersigned un
iht estate of William 8. Smiley, deceased, lata
ol Urady township, Clearfield county. All per
sons indebted tu said estate will nlease make im
mediate payment, and those having olaims against
the sanit will present them for acttlbment, to tha
undersigned. SARAH K. SMILEY,
JilaJl. rd Adm'l.
SK IX(J MAt Hl;-.l W011m htTthj
inform the public, that I hive been appnin
ted tole Agont, for Clrarfleld enunty, for tha
Common Siasa Fauilt Fxwi Maontsa. Thia
it one of the best Macbinea now offered to the
public. I keep thein oa band. Any person
calling at my residence ean tee them operate
Piioeonly 20. TU0MA3 READ,
Mtf 2, 18- ma-pd. Near Curwentvil!,,