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AN EsiEnpnisE. Mews, I'.eming
jt hiivo determine'! to fill a va-1
' ! 1m business enterprise
onsvillc, in the form of a clothing
w. the nftention of the'-?."
oro. "u """v
,,1,110 to their curd elsewhere. 1 hey
e,erve tho patronage of the public.
tt'isii Clean. We direct
.;,.n nf the PUuIlC tO thO "bllOW
enlion ui i j
i'ojrdcr" advertisement in another
lumn. mere is uu uu m miiig
'y when ft wholo family can bo
asl0( cioan for fArfe cents.
The Heturn Judges for this Reprc
nUtivo District met in the Court
huse, in this place, on Tuesday, and
a-sented tho following returns :
Hunt, D. M'Kav, A.
. . - 2,788 1,048
- - 920 353
Majority for Hunt, 1.090
for (be Republican,
Pennville, Oct. 4, 18GG.
Mr. Editor : I have noticed lately
ny your paper, that some potato
growers have been doing a little
Rowing. We can do a little of that
in this section, and beside, we have
Mt l!u pyi ;!, too. My neighbor,
rii(iin:is A. Hoover, on the 10th day of
Uiivht-t, planted four pounds of Good
rich potatoes, and on the 10th of
vpteinber he dug them, and found
'.:.:tt tho yield was 103 J pounds. He
i!so planted four pounds of Harrison,
.it the wne tune, ana the yield was
w3 pmiids. As I was passing by
.is corn field the other day, ho called
...y at;cnii:ii to a pumpkin vine,
vhieli had two brunches, ono east and
ho other west, to which there were at
ai htd sevi'iipumpkins, which weighed
; pother 120 pounds. It will bo recol
eted thnt"tliis yield has not been
, reduced in a well cultivated garden
'jt, but in a common field, near this
village. Your town-lot formers will
ave to try again, Yours.
The lAle of a Slate.
Will 11113' sincere believer in tho pro
rieiy of tho position assumed by
.unless towards the Southern States,
ivicrtake to give himself, not us, a
ar e.vpl iimtioii of the present posi
.on ff u-Liit in citllooi West Virginia
i r he American Union? How came
ov Yolk to be tonally matched in
ie Senile .of lUa United States by
) Senator re presenting a now State
' inu the boundaries of old Virginia?
i secession iuid rebellion deprived
irginia of her locality in the Union,
i her representation, or right of rep-
s.uitation, in tlio councils of the na-
i n. huw could she irive that couseBt'ProiaiQUJlt iu lho lrial of Mn- Siirrutt
which by the Constitution was neces-
.iry to the erection of a new State
Aitliin her boundaries?
No better illustration could bo need-
e l than this of the inconsistency of
lie Radical politicians. Virginia was
ganled as a State for all their pur-
jp'wes, but is regarded as no State
Mien they bavo another purpose to
Scurry out. She certainly is no incre
jtidt of the Union now than she was in
1!ietimeofwar, when fckmthern armies
Id her northern frontier. If the
t'dicy of Congress is to bo .mado the
vv of the land, does it not follow, us
I matter of course, that .tho State of
est V irgmin vanishes ont of exist-
iee J llow can terniH of readmistuon
o the Union, extra-constitutional, be
jinpoHed on Virginia, without treating
eras a unit from tho hour of her
pretended secession ? How can she
be kept out of tho Union as "a rebel
State," without keeping her all out ?
The only possible answer is revolu
tionary. Some of tho more violent
Radicals acknowledge that West Vir
ginia exists only by tho effeetof revo
utionary measures, both in thatStato
ma in Congress. Ono Senator dis
in ft U- r1.rlr.vt ir.nt V. tnH fnf t.n 1
dilution of West Virginia, knowing1''' dcN(;1'ls wl)l,n h ca"" to mind the
itobo unconstitutional, because the j
Jonstit-jtion was suspended by tho'
-ar. and nil tl,;. ,. in ,-0.-r'.
'onary condition. But even that bold ,on ftS il 1H remembered. Were the
lea for liadicul legislation was denied .hundreds whom ho has ruined nnd nn
V tbemnioritvol th IJurlir-.l ln.irl.Ts. poverished by f also imprisonment to
nd there is no pretense for it now.
II is peace, and tho Constitution is
tho Constitution is
hich Congress rests
Dwer?. Is Virginia
war is ended ? Has
' .e only law on which
r any of its no
and beeauso the war
! he ceased to bo a Slate because tho
outhem Confederacy is a thing of wou,d but a portion oi the punisn
aepast? ' I mcnt Holt deserves tho apparation
In the hasto with which mon follow of ll'.e Nemesis ho has invoked. OAt'o
olitical leaders, they forget the inju- Crisis.
'7 done to great principles on which v; - u .,,.,,.,... . VM . .. ....
tbe Union rests. It is time to regard V 1 . J ,
aw ond establish its supremacy over ShP- In CletrGeld. rennjlvania.
11 the land. It isof vast importance! (Immediately U rear of Maohina Shop,)
to tho North thut the supremacy of'
,i.u(v.. . . , '
ne LOnsiltUtlOn as it 18 Should bo once
riore assured, and that without delay.
We drill along from one grand error
ta another, and are rapidly loosing
f'ght of the only safe anchorago for
the ship of 6Utc. Inconsistencies
maiK the whole courso of tho Kiidicitl
politics. It is not law. but mad de-i
fcire for success and nowor- niK
seems to cuide the
.- -.W.. .T...W.
vrno bo tuolishly accuac tho President
of "uHurpution," while thov advocato
nothing Ut usurpation :
.tYtnritt Jo Ilof.
Wo hnJ aupnonpd tlial thethinocer-
"loshldo or tho notorious Jml-o Ad
jvocnto Joo Holt wns impervious. and
''Woof Birftintt tho indiirnntion andron-
tcmit which li is infamous career has
excueo. nmoniriionornDie men inroucii
oul th() worj . ,)Ul jt MfmB llint tho
flood of deserved exccrMion nnd mal
edictions of mankind win too much
man ls outj'.n an TP0"1 for "Lerfy.
o copy the following Irom tho Loyal
Cincinnati Commerciul :
W have rceeived a light pamphlet, entitled
'"Vindiotion of Judge Advocate 0 en era I Holt
.... j. ... I .i..i. .r.l : -i
Hum iud iuui n.uuciivi vvu i dodoj vnnurBii BUU
uborner, acting In tin interest of Jefferson
I Davis." The matter of the pamphlet li prefaced
iby thi( t,rl,f DOte, which shows how intensely
.luag 11011 uas suuerea irod) iu aianuora mal
WjianiNOTOM, Fort. 4, 1888.
"To nil Loyal Me : In the name of eiinple
justice whicri ia all that I clutn frem friend or
toe Tour attention is respectfully invited to the
ubjoined article from the Wellington Chronicle,
of yesterday, m presenting a perfectly truth-
lul vindication of myself from the atrocious cal
uicny with tiioh traitors, confessed perjureri
ana lubornera are now 10 bmely punning ine.
The X. Y. Tribune condenses the
pamphlet into theso Bentenccss :
"General Holt tti duped by the arch villlun
who called liinnslf Saolord Conover, mi othem
bad been boiore him. Deceived by Conover'i
lie, he gave that tcoundrel oredenoe and money
w Inch might have been better bestowed. Coo
over, thug aupported, nuborned other villain! to
commit perjurict oonUrmatory of bit own all of
them received and accredited in perfect geod
faith by Judge Hull ; but, when ine liuuie
Cuuiuiutee proceeded to investigate them iniae
of the iccont-hand rascals recanted and conleM
ed their perjury ; whereupiu Conuver, thuugh
he ttoutly reiterated and ttood by his origin .1
iuipotturo, eooa tuuk occasion to vanith, and bua
unce tvmained invisible. Uf coutm, bia wbuie
fabric of villainy lltt to (he ground, fcuch are
the uaterial luota in the taxe ; and they nowiae
iuipeacb the iniegrity of Judge Holt, He waa
imply the viciiiu ut an atruoioui aaouudrel,"
'That is all there is about it," adds
the Cummcrcial, anxious to get rid tfi
a subject so disgraceful to the "loyal.
It is enough, heaven knows, but it is
not all. It Mr. Joseph Holt had come
out, immediately upon the discovery
that Conover was a perjured knave,
published the truth about him, and
stated that he was deceived, there
might havo been some credit given to
the excuse. Hut iustead of doing this,
Mr. Joseph Holt busied himself, long
after tho character of tho Conover
crowd was known, in screening them
from justice, in hunting up other per
juries to support their statements, and
in writing talse nnd sophistical argu
ments to tho Judiciary Committee of
tho House, to support their issuo of
perjuries, which statements decided
the Abolition majority of that Com
mittee in making that falso and ma
licious report in reference to tho case
of Mr. Davis, which still stands a mon
ument of wicked and libelous accusa
tions. Mr. Holt combined with the
A olition members of that Committee
to conceal tho papers belonging to it,
and to prevent Mr. I'odgers lrom
making u jut und truthful report in
reference to Mr. Davis. Mr. Holt
used ibis villain. Conover, not only to
poison the minds of the Northern peo
ple with his perjuries against Mr.
Davis, but in various other persecu
tions and trials. The same gang were
and irz, and tho testimony given
by them served as an excuse for
the .execution of theso victims of
Holt. Liko tho hired perjurers ol
Titus Oates, theo suborned witnesses
were put forward by Holt upon every
occasion that it was profitable to es
tablish some scandalous lio about a
Southern man or a Northern opponent.
With their aid, Holt and Stanton took
tho lives of some and held the lives ol
of other citizens in their hands for
moro than a year. It was only after
lho villains became notorious, and tho
co-laborer and instrument of Holt had
escaped, and when iSlair denounced
Holt as a villain guilty of subornation
and perjury, and tho charge had been
echoed all over tho land, that the
Judge Advocate comes out, admits his
gulit, and pleads that ho was duped
into it by other and greater villains
man nimscir. "Units all there is
about it," but in tho namo of all that
is decent, is that not enough to socure
to Holt tho "simple justice" which he
asks, by an incarceration in apeniten
iary to which ho sent bettor man by
his plots and perjuries?
It is not surprising that Holt otters
howl of acony when ho thinks of
,,iltrc'1. expi ration and contempt ir
wIirI' 1,0 l! ,ield' nnd 11,0 ,lcr,nfi
lamy winch will cling to Inn name its
dog his steps by day.andthoso whom he
hus '""'dercd by tho same instrumcn-
1 U8 ,I,u(1ercu oy inosame insirunicn-
talities of corruption, perjury and de
P's,n to haunt his dreams by night,
a9 l''0 victims of Titus Oates and
l-,o"gbficld haunted those protolypcs.it
,.Th ,Ml""ib,r. dre'P.ctfuily inform th.
eituena of Clearfluld, and the publio in general,
that he Is cr.rar.d to da all kinds of work en
oo short node and in a workmanlike manner
I yiir Ail vraera .rompiiy anoDuva
February 14ib. 1HG0.-Iy.
V m It a flsv Lll. i J V
J. urfiiciPiiiurti Try ii!ndottwu.
AUnufotnrd ooir by 'l
INEW HARDWARE STORE
rhilipsburg, Contro Ct, Ta.
G. II. ZEIGLSR & GO,
Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Wood
Willow and Tin Ware, Stoves, Oils,
Paints, Glass, k., &c.
THE attention of Mechanics, Builders, Farm
ers, Lumbermen, and Buyers generally, it
invi'ed o the fact that we are offering a better
assortment of goods In our line, than ean be
lound elsewhere in thii p trt of the State, at
Prices to Suit the Times-
Our stock eomnrisei a renernl assortment of
TOOLS and MATERIALS used by Carpenters,
Blacksmiths, Carriage and Wagon Makers, Join
ers, Ac, o.; together with a large stock of
IRON", NAILS, STEEL, SPIKES,
MINING SUPPLIES, SAD
DLERY, ROPE, CHAINS,
CULAR, MILL, &,
ENAMELLED, FINISHED, AND
PLAIN HOLLOW WARE,
LARD, LINSEED, COAL, LUBRICATING,
AND FISH OILS,
COAL-OIL LAMPS & LANTERNS.
An excel'eat assortment of FINE CUTTLERY.
comprising Knives, Folks, Dessert, Tea, and
labia t-pouns, frcissori, ltaiors, to.
BRITTANIA ND SILVER-PLATED WABE.
TIS WARE IN GREAT VARIETY
and best Manufacture.
Houiohold, Horticultural, Farming and Rafting
implements, or ine latest and most
Blacksmiths can be supplied with
HAMMERS, HORSE AND MULE
SHOES, HORSE NAILS,
And all kinds of IRON AND KTEEL.
Carpenters and Builders will find la our estab
lithmeat a superior stock of
rianes, Saws, Augers, Hatchets, Single,
Double-Bit and realing Axes,
Hammers, Files, Hinges,
Chisels, Seracs, Bolts,
Pulleys, Sash, Cord, tc, &c.
Farmers and Riftmen will find avervthina? la
their line, and cheaper than ean la bad else-
r-Particular attention Is invited to
OUR STOCK OF STOVES,
Comprising Fpear's Celebrated Anti-Dust, Cook
and Parlor Etures, of all sites. Also,
TUE NIAGARACOOK, PARLOR COOK,
BRILLIANT, DAWN, DEW DROP,
ARCTIC AND COMMON
fcaTAll of tho above Goods will be
sold CHEAP FOR CASH.f
G. II. ZKIGLEIi Co.
rhilipsburg, Oct, 10, 1MI.y
rp ka v 1 1 1 r,x a m i atk xs- a n
X plicants fm Pi'hiinU, in ClrarHcld cnunlr, will
mart at thn following nnnml placra, at V o'clock,
A. lliiKlon end roi, Oct. lilh. at o. I school
house in liurton; Curw navillo and Pike, on the
Hth, at Curwimsvilli's drarrii'ld and Lawrcnuo, on
lho I nth, at Clearfield I Covington and Karlhaus.
on tho 11th. at Miilrnnlnirg ; tiirard, ond
(limhcn, on Kridny, tho liieh, at Cngrr Hill;
L'ninn, on the IjiIi, at Horktn; Bloom and
llrn.lv, on tho 1 (It h, at Lulhrrsliurg ; Peon, Iinii
Iwr City and Ft'sguson, on tho I "III, at Liinilwr
City! Loll, on tbe lKtli, af llowcr; Ilurusiilc, Nrw
Wafliinglon and Chost, on tho IWIh, nt N. Wasli
ini'lnn ; Jordan and Kncu, on (lie L'uili, at An.m
villn; Jlciugs and llradford, on tho 2id, nt Wil
liams' (Irovo; tiniham and Morris, on I lip 2.1.1. l
Kylcrlown; Ilccatur and Osceola uor.,nn the 24th.
at the Ontm Sehoul llmmc; Wnmlward, on the
2.)th, at Tin. s. Ili n.lersnn't; Ouelirh, on tho 2dth,
at Janesville; llceriirm, on tho 27lh at lilen Hope.
By t he new f orm of ihc Cert itlentes, t lie Siiperinten
dcnl certifies to the good moral eharwter of the hol
der. Tho applicant are, therefore, required to pre
sent a written testimony, signed by two or more res
ponsible persona, known in the community, befon
certificates will be issued. Pireetorsand Cuiteiis an
requesKxl to lie present. (1KO. W. iSN V PKK,
Bejit, IBth, lMifi-HL Ciiutity Koperintendent.
VDMIMHTRATOR'S NUTICH. Notlei
Is hereby given that letters of Administra
tion, on Ike estate of Kmeline Owens, deceased,
late of Lawrence township, Clearfield eo., Pa.,
have this day been duly granted to the undor
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said es
tat will please make paymonl, and these having
laims or demands will present them for settle
ment without delay. ANTHONY UILE.
rpruaaei and abdominal supporters of aver)
JL kind of tbe latest Improvements, for tale at
the Pnig 8Uire of HAltTSWICK A INWIN.
I)urc l.lbsrty VhHe Lead. wil da mart
other 1 Try itl Manufactured only by ZaioLB
Switii, H holesala Drug, Paint A Olass Pealars.
V. nf..Ltl.t-.B.-. k.a. m . . .
rn. inrvn Anim ki.9 roil a. .vrrn JI, B0 ly
Iiflok lo your Interests!
G. S. FLEGAL,
rhtllpabur;, Centre roiinty', Prun'a,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
TOCLD respectfully inform his friends and
' the publio generally, that be
Has Openkd Large Sale Rooms
Id tbe borough of Phil psburp. Pa., for the man
ufacture and sale of
STOVES AND TIN AND SHEET
Of every description, manufactured from the best
Sold at the Lowest Cash. Prices.
Merchants deilng to purchase will find it to
their edvi.i,ini? to examine my stock before pur
chasing elm where. ,
r-AU orders for SPOUTINO and OTHER
WOHK will be attended toon tbe SHORTEST
NOTICE. sep 1 2 tf
HA 11 LEY & SON,
They hereby notify the public, that tbe Foundry
in tbe Borough of Clearfield,
bas been put in full bhist, and they are now ready
to accommodate the community with anything
pel tuiiiing to their line. They keep con. taut.y
on hand a general assortment of
Cook, Titrlor and Ten Plate Stoves,
EITHER WOOD OR COAL
Salamander's, Number 4,
Base Siovcs, Numlacr 3 nnd 4,
Wash Kettles, 1G and 20 gallons,
Fire Grates 20 and 28 inches,
FARM DINNER BELLS TWO SIZES,
Plow and Plow Casting.
We aro, also, prepared to mako al
GRIST AND SAW MILL IRONS,
and special attention i paid to the re
Person In want of au vthitis. in our
line would do well by giving u a call.
All kind ol country produce, and old
Metal, taken in exchange fur our Manu
facture, al the highest market price.
MAULEY & SONS.
Clearfield. Ta., November 1st. 18C5.-tf.
PETER A. GAULIN,
AND GENERAL CLOTHIER.
Graham's Row, over Naucle's Watch t
Jewelry (Store, Market Street,
The auhacrilier having permanently loca
ted htmeel'in the Korough of Clearfield,
bandelet mined lo engage in the husioeeaof
I intend to keep constantly on band a
full assortment of Cloth., Canaitnerea,
Katinetta, and Vesting, of the best qual
ity and latest styles, which I will
a ii ii fact ii i c
to order, to suit customer, on short
notice. Particular attention will he paid
to Cutting! and Fitting Gentlemeti'a.Iiny,
and Children Clothing; And in fact,
every tliti s? twtaining to lliia
BRANCH OF BUSINESS.
A liberal share of public pntrnnare ia,
therefore, respectfully solicited, and I
would advise all, to give me a call before
purchasing el if where any good in my
line. T. A. OAULIN.
Clearfield. May 16th, ISGG-tf.
GOING IT AL0NE!!!1
Sobwdy Prohibited from buying my Boots
and Mluiea on acrount'of It ace
Being thos liberal minded, I lake this method
of Informing the citiiens of Clearfield and vi
cinity, that I have opened a shop on Second St.,
n-tt rinir to the Coun'.y National Bank, over
via men's Drug Store, where I am prepared to
mke lo rrder everything in the BOOT and
til ME line, out of the best mnteriel and in the
mist workmanlike manner, and on short rotice.
All I ask is a trial.
Don at Clenrfleld, this eighteenth day nf July,
A. D. I8nB. I1ARUY KOS3.
CLKAnrir.I.n ACAI)I:MY. Th exer
cises ef this Instiliitloa will be resumed on
Monday, Ik lOih day of Mcptenber, A. D I8A6.
Pupil can enter at any time. They will bo
sharped with tuition from the time they enter to
thn close nf the Session.
The course of Instruction embraces every thing
inoluded in a thorough, practical and accom
plished education for both seios.
The Principal, having bad the advantago of
murh experience in bia profession, ensures pa
rents and guard ans that his entire ability and
energies will be devoted to the aiornl and men
tal training ef the vouth plneed under hi charge,
II.Hr. (1' 1 1ll I ION.
Orthography, Resiling, Writing, and Primary
Arithniolc. per Sesi-ion (11 weeks) 01)
Grammar, Oeography, Arithmetir, and
IliMory . . . . . . $8 00
Algebra, Gcnmctry, Trigonometry, Men
suration, Surveying, Phil 'sophv. Pht Si
dney. Chemistry, Hook Keeping, Uulany
and Physical tluogrnphy - . . (9 00
Latin and Greek, with any of th above
Ilranrbes (12 00
rv-No deduction will be mad for abtenc.
JWHn further particulars inquire of
Rev. P. L. IIAKR160N, A. M.,
Clesrneld, July 11, 18(19 tf. Principal
Iiiotik: HAPIir.lt. DM'UAU0HEV,
I bsvlng purchased ths Photograph establish
ment ormerly conducted by 11. Dridge, would
respectfully announce to the cititens of Clear- ,
field and adjoining counties, that he has recent
ly made additional improvements in both sky-;
light and aparatus, and he flatters bliaself tbat
he ean satisfy lb most fastideou last In a ml a
and lifelike likeness. ,
II also keep constantly on hand a good as
sortment nf (luill, Kojewood, and Walnut frames
Album of all sues and styles and an endless
variety of casts, lockets, etc , w kick he will itii
pos of atvory moderate price, for cash- i
Hi gallery j in Shaw' row, (up stairs,) Mar-'
ket street, Clearfield, Pa., where be is alwaveri a
dy to accommodate customers who mat be in
wantofagood Likeness of themlv or friends.
Particular attention paid to copying a'l kind
of pl'turea, ste. yettrnber litb, IUfS. t
To all Book Buyers.
TA. K. MM ON, f.l Mouth ritl, Vlreet, Phils,
delphia, is agent for the following valuable
Appltton's New American Cyclopedia Id vols.
" History of the Rebellion I large vol.
M Dictionary of Mechanics i vols.
Rebellion Record, by Frank Moore 9
Washington Irving s Works, 22 "
Cooper's Novels. Diekens' Works.
Merivale A Oibbon's Koine.
I're's Dirtimary of Arts and Manufactures.
Barrroft'a United States 8 vols. Ao., A.
I lurnish all Books published for public and
priva'e Libraries, at wnoieiale prices, bend a
list of any bonks wanted, with a stamp, for
prices. which will be sent by return mail. cp2r1 fit
A I l I N I M T K A I t ) l H N 0 1 1 C i Notice
is hereby given that letters of administra
tion have been granted to the undcrM pned on
the estate of Matthew Savage, deceased, late of
Lawrence township, Clearfield county. All per
sons indebted to said estate will please make im
mediate payment. and those having claims against
the same will present them for settlement, to the
undersigned. JAMK.S BAVAGE,
New Wirsliington. Sep ?(UKM fit Adm'r
4 lII .MI )tA I()K' NOTICIv Notice
jCV. is hereby given that Letters of Adminis
tration havo this day been granted to the under
signed, on the Estate of Nicodeiiius fjolliday,
due'd., late of Brady township, Clearfield county,
Penn'a. All persons knowing themselves in
debted to said estate are requested to make iin
mediate payment, and those having claims
against tbe same, will present them duly authen
ticated for settlement.
JI LIU8 A. TKRPE.
Sept. 12, 1XCG.-CI.J Administrators.
i UDITDK'M NOTKT In tho matter
the estate of Kud..lph LiU, deceased.
ion unuersiguen Aiiuiior, gppntiiiea ov tne lt,,...n. t.: ill
Court to make dialrilmtion of thiUl.nee rrmain-L. rr- nh00,''r!lI,h,? A 1 l),,,raS !
ing in tho bands of James Wriplev, administrator' T ORAC'O Ai SEG A RS !
of said estate, will attend to the duties of his ap- PERFUMER Y OF ALL KINDS!
pointnieiii, at bis ohVe in cieartieid, on Friday, Or anythintr cleo in the Notion Line!
the lltth day of Oetolier. im'i. at wliivh time and
place all purlieu in inliTe-i ean appear,
oet.'l.f.t J. p.LAKi: WALri.lH. Auditor.
TIIL: )MM) I'LL: AS of Clearfield
ccunty, Pennsylvania : li
Henrietta Callihan.l No. 110, June term, 1SC0. I
Sutror-na, sur divorce.
The undersigned Coinmijf inner, appointed to
take testimony in this ease, will tuko said tostl
roony, at bis olbce in Clearfield, ou Saturday, the
27th day of October, I89, at 2 ojolock, p. m.,
when and where all persons interested may at
tend. ISRAEL TEST,
1806 "'r'iS1 18GC5
NEW FALL STYLES.
HOWELL & BOURKE, .
Paper Hangings and Window Shades,
Cor. Fourth A Market Sts., Philndelpliin.
N. B. Alwava in store, a tiovk of LINEN
and OIL SHAl'iF.S. s. p.'...1in
Ire Cream Saloon. Having opened a Res
taurant,on Market street, just al ove the Ilrew.
ery, I am now prepared to furnish Ice Cream
every afternoon and evening, to all callers. La
dies and Gentlemen ar respectfullv invited to
call. A. A'CUOLPP.
ClearSeld, May 23d, 18M
(Store on di or East of Clearfield House,)
Market St., Cloarfield, Ta.
Keeps on Land a full assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
Shirt, Linen and Woolen under .Shirts,
drawers aad socks, neck-ties, pocket handker
chiefs gloves umbrellas, hats Ac., in great variety.
Uf piece Goods be keeps tbe best Clothe of all
"shades and colors," such aa
BLACK DOESKIN OF THE VERY
beat mane. Fancy Cassitner in great variey;
Alao, French Coating, Beaver, Pilot, Chin
chilla, and Fricott over coaling, all of
which will be sold Cheap for Cash ; and
made up according to the latest Styles by
Experienced Workman. Also Agent for
ClenrGeld eo., for I. M. Singer, P Co . cel
ebralel Sewing Machine. H- BRUXiE.
Clearfield, Penn'a, Nov. 1, 1805.-tf.
O U Blma panacea, Kennedy's medleil Dis
kj corery, Hemhold's liueliu, linker's Cod Lir
Oil, Jane's and Ayer's medicines of every kind
For sale by II I
"I round and uni;roiiiid aplcea, Citron, bug-
W lish Currants, ti. On flee and Vinegar of
tbe best quality, for sate by 11. A I.
ClearSeld, January 10th, lBftd.
bUIliNijTb Ailil li A I S
JUST RECEIVED AT
Pept. 2(1, lSo. Mr. WriXIPS.
Vegetable Ambrosia, or Chemical Hair
A XKW HAIR RI.STORATIVK.
rpiTIS preparation rrftores (,RAY HAIR fo its
atiiral color, fir. s tho head from danilrufl and
humors, and gives tbe hair a moist, soft and glosyy
appearance. Price f 1.011 per bottle.
For sale by C. 1). Watson and all Dmcgists and
Fancy I! noils Dealers, and by the proprietor, lxck
llnven, Pa. Sept. l?-4t
" ti E T THE 11 E S T . "
uur-i;i.F.R w viio'i
lliirhest Preinitim, Lock Stiteh, )
VI.L inijuiries in reference to this "A No. I"
Machine promptly answered. They oan be
procured from ine at eitv priees.
Wll. T. 11A11ILT0N, Agent,
octil-tf Lulhersliurg, Pa.
Real Estate tor Sale. ' '
IK ...hril-r olTnr. 11.. f..!l-v. I... 1.1. '
flHK siil.criber oilers tbe following valuable
X Heal r.slato at nrivato sale:
IS acria and 11.1 perches of firm lnnd, sixty
seres cleared, and having thereon a good frame
house and log barn. This is tho very best eonl
land, riitiiated in Woodward township, one ball'
mile from Pusryville.
Also, KM) acre of Timber land, situated on
Morgan's Hun, i Woodward township, one and a
half miles from Puscyvtllo.
Also, two acres, with a two-story plank house
and frame stublo thereon, situated in Woodward
township, on tho road leading from Tyrono to
Clearfield town, two miles from Pnseyville; a good
location for a tradesman of any kind.
Also, ttvo lota In ruNcyvlllc, with six houses
and one barn erected thereon, the two lots lying
adjoining. The first, No. Id, being corner lot, with
tavern stand, containing tliree-loiirtbs of an acre,
with over Sod feet of bank on ClearSohl creek;
rent worth f 125 per year. Second lot, (No. 11,)
CO feet nn front stroet and 110 feet back, with two
plnnk liousea created tbrcon, Well suitable for tner
cantile or any puhlie business.
J. tl-The above property will be sold at reasona
ble prices and fair terms, C. J. 8I10FF,
(lot.3 finvpd Mailera P. 0., ( leartielil co pa.
nflalo Robea,Kne and Horse Plankets at
!, j. MiRRrlL 'I- nlOLIMfS.
A T THK CHEAP STORE OF
showers & graham.
New and Yery CheapI
OII0WERS 4 ORAIIA.M retpectfully an
O nounce to tbe public that flier aro now open-
ing an eitonsive assortment of
FA LL GOODS,
At tbe old stand In Graham's new building whlcb
they ofler to sell at astonishingly low price,
(considering thoir cost !) for caah or approv
ed country produce. Their stock of
CANNOT BE SURPASSED I'
Customers oan there finds
CALICOES WITH FAST COLORS!
MUSLINS! DELAINES! LAWNS!
CLOTHS I CASSI M ERS 1 VESTI NOSt
LADIES' SilAWLj! G H NTS' SU A W LS
HATS & CAPS I BOOTS &, SHOES
CARPETS k OIL-CLOTHS!
OUR STOCK OF
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STYLE
AND VARIETY", embracing
P.UIIO.NS! NOTION'S! NOTIONS
Head-Nets 1 Neck-Tiea
I Satchels! Port Mnnnnieu f Tnilina
IL li li II S AY al, I i
AH of the best quality, and selected with special
regard to the trade or Clearfield county.
JOSEPH 8. SHOWERS,
EDWARD W. Gil AH AM,
ClearfleId, Gept.2rt, I860.
Cilia p Fut'iiiturclT
DESIRES to inform bis old friends and cos
timers that, having enlarged bis shop and
increased his facilities fur manufacturing, be is
nt,w prepared to make to order furniture hi wity
be desired, ia good style and at cheap rates for
Caah. lie mostly ha on hand at his "Furni
ture Rooms," a varied assortment of Ready-mad
Furniture, among which ar
Bureaus and Side-Boards,
Wardrobes aad book-Cases r Centre, Sofa, Parler
Breakfast aad Dining Eiteasioo Table.
Common. French-Post, cottage. Jenny-
Lind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS t.f all. KINDS. WORK-STANDS
IIAT-RACKS WASH-STANDS, La.
Uocking and Arm Chairs,
Spring. Seat, Cane-Bottom and Parlor Chair
and Common and other Chair.
Of every description ea hand; aad new glass '
for old frames, which will be put in on ve
ry reasonable terms on short Dot ice.
II aisokeeps on bant, or furnishes to or
dor, Hair, Corn-Husk, Hair aad
Cotton top Mattrese.
COFFISiS, Uf every kind.
Had to o'der, and fuueral attended with a
Hearse, -vbenever desired.
Also, House Painting done to order.
Tbe sul son her aieo manufactures, and Las
constantly en hand,
Clement's Patent Washing: Machine.
The best now in use. Thoso using this machine
never need be without clean clothes I lie alto ha
Flyer's Patent Churn,
A superior art cle. A family using this Char
never need bo without buttorf
All the above and many other article are fur.
aished lo cuatomors cheap for Cash er exchanged
lor approved country produce. Cherry, Maplo,
Pop!r, l.inwood and other Lumber suitable for
Cabinet work, taken in eschange for fa-niture.
jr4fKeuioiuber the shop is on MarkM street,
Clearfield, Pa., and nearly opposite the "Old Jew
Stors." JOHN GULICU.
Nov. 28. ISM. y
V NEW FIRM.
HARTS WICK & IRWllf,
Urugyists, LlcorheM, l'cnifa.
'navins refitted d removed to the room lately
oiler, low for citsh, a well so
lecied assortment of
Drugs and Chemical-,
Alo, Patent. Meltcinrs of ail kinds, Oili,
UIhss. rutty. Dye Sinrla. Siutionary,
Tobacco and Scaurs,
Con feet iotiary, Spices, and a l.iror took
of vnrieiie ffer nfiVrpd in tbia
I'lace. and warranted to be
of the best the Market 4t fiords.
Doc. 1.1. 'O.V-tf. JOHN 1UWIN
Ladies Fancy Furs,
AT JOHN FA R LIRA'S
Old : t.il.h.!iej
No. 71 r, !i ?lrect,
above 7lh. PUILADEL'A
H ive now in alive, cf my
e'.vn Iinjrtairn and M-ui-ufa
'lure, one o( I lie Wgcsi
and tno; lo..j if ii m
U r..M' I I. ilS. lor
r V xr
,; S TV " M'v
ilrtu s wear.
Also, n fm )
i iKfrnrtnirnt tf Uvn!. l"ur
' li loves mi l t'oilnrt
I tm nKo crildel to dispose of ny "oo.lf tit tt?
rea.onaole prim, and I woold llureliire solieit
t from my fneu'lj of U arlieUI ooi.tit an. I vi
cinity, jliiuiuibor the Peire, nm.i'k n:. sinet.
.I'lii.V I AbKllU,
No. "18 Airh Strert, above Ttb. s niUi si te. Puila,
rI have no partner, nor runueelion with soy
other store in Philadelphia. -ociiO- ini
liU C I. O I'll I N G Ht llKlU
FLEMING & HO EL.
lath Post WfSco building, have just received ant
pened a large and tne amrtmei)l of ready mail
Clothing. ForCasa they soli cheaper tlinn th.'!
dienpeat, and aro constantly receiving fresh snii
plies. Cull and swtir yotjrwilroe. Oct. 1, 'CMi.
lt)l)Ui;U lUTI tilt at
" MKHHELL A IllQLKK ft
r'i ItlsCI'.lt I to Ve bad at
MF rul. A PI1LF.R-
riMUMiu r. hhi jnh a piP, oxe. at
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