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Pernlor, lave you ft home in lieavcn
We liav no riglils which arc wrongs
to other ooile.
Those persons who do most good
deeds are leaet conoious of it.
JudgnuMit is the. throne of pru
dence and silence is its sanctuary.
God's wo)lo are bound to Bludy to
promoto God's glory.
The devout lile is life rondored up
as an oflering on the alter of Human
The truly grateful heart may not
be ablo to tell ot gratitude, uui it i-iiu
lool and love ana act.
Tl, Mutnen of the devout lilo l
coiisccrntion, devotion to unselfish, hu
mane, holy ends. ' It must bo life.
Xo man is born into the world
'whoso work is not born, with him.
There is always work, and tools to
work with, tor those wno win.
Because God has promised bread to
those who nsk him, docs not loiiow
.hat Christians are not to seek out
and feed the hungry.
Love to Christ, and holy zeal for
the salvation of men, are alembics in
which virulent hostilities are melted,
and old friendships cemented with
As the lapiardy brightened his hard
diamond with dust planed from itself,
so must we clear hard scriptures by
others that are more plain and per
picuous. The Sunday-school is the nursery
of vour future church and the only
guarantee you have that it ill have
a future or even a continuous and
healthful life in the preseut. For
what is that church worth that nog
lectsthe spiritual instructions of the
The great want of the Church now
is not learning, nor orthodoxy, nor pi
ety "rcsiirncd to the course of provi
dential events; but a manly, earnest,
steadfast, personal consecration of be
lieve to the daily work which the
Lord of the vineyard summons his
servants to do.
Strike for somo noble and command
ing usefulness, for an identification
with some really valuable ana pcrmn.
nent contribution to the well'aro of
the race. Only God and angels really
have Ivasure to be critics and lookers
on. We who are in the tress and
press of the great battle have no time
to bo fault finders and satirists of oth
ers' performances, but to take heed to
make our own calling and election
Lost wealth may be regained by in
dustry ; the wrock of health restored
by temperance; lorgotten knowledge
may be ours again by study; aliena
ted friendship soothed into forgotful
ncss; and even forfeited reputation
redeemed by patience and virtue.
But whoever again looked upon, his
vanished hours t recalled his wasted
years, stamped them with wisdom, or
effaced from Heaven's record the fear
ful blot of wasted life f
At the present time a voice conies
up from every part of the land, that
the work of recruiting goes on cheer
ily, and many aro "proclaiming their
readiness to become good soldiers of
Christ. What will bo the result f Will
ther remain true to their profession f
V ill they become a power in tho
Lord's camp? Will they,withall their
peart and soul, rodcem their pledgor
Will they, in falling into the ranks,
render the service which is reasonably
expected 01 incmr
I has often been a matter of regret
that the Church may receive largo in
gatherings without any future evi
dence of proportionate strength. It
would seem as if many imagined that
all that was required rjf them was to
declare themselves on the Lord's side,
and having dono this, settle down in
inactivity, as if their work was done.
Tho church is filled, and yet evinces
no additional life. So ought it not to
be. Every one should, in his sphere,
be a worker. The field is wide, and
for every willingjhcart an appropriate
service may be found.
Tako any singlo congregation of
the faithful, and pass it kindly and
charitably under review, and what
do we behold ? Anything like a union
of hcaits and hands for tho furlher
nnce of tho gospel f Anything lik.i
tho pi esonce there of an iutenscdesire
that the kingdom of God may speedily
come ? Anything liko a universal re
nunciation of fashion as a rule of faith
nd practice f Anything like a stir
ring up of professed disciples to take
hold ujton the promises, and, with pro
vailing toil, subdno the enemies at tho
gate ? Alas ! alas ! out of every hun
dred communicants, how many tons
aro there tealons to keep and perform
their vows? How many who arc
reaily to prove their failu by their
works? flow many act as though
they recognize tho existence of any
new or special obligations resting up
on them hy reason of their connection
with the Lord's people ? If Jerusa
lem were now searched with candles
by the Great Head of tho Church,
Low man could abide his scrutiny
and be approved as "faithful. "
The interference of mind and w ill
with the course of nature is no doubt
more intelligible to us as taking place
through human action, than if wo
transcend human action. But we aro
now speaking of possibility, in a strict
logical sense. And, although we are
entirely ignorant how tho Creator can
t hango tho courso of nature otherwise
than through man, it seems clearly
unreasonable to nllirm that such other
interference is impossible, because wo
know nothing about it. If thero are
invisible hcmr-a in tho universe, why
should they not have wuno power of
noting upon tho coarse of nature ? So
f:ir as analog is any guide, the fact 1
that we, by our volitions, can alter the j
course ol things without violating
laws, would suggest a presumption ;
that tho same thing can be dono in :
other ways of which science simply!
knows nothing and about which iin-
agination cannot with much advant-i
ago exercise its power of conjecture. !
It is conceivable, therefore, that pray-1
cr relating to definite physical ondsj
might be answered without thoap-j
pcarance of tin slightest departure
from tho ordinarv course of iiiilure.
TKHMi1 OF fmprBIPTIoV.
!f"ii'1 ln'h tm- or within liirr month, $2 Oil
If tii ttr tlm in J bHoTT an mmtlti, 1 ISO
ll 'i1 altrr the irtivn of fii tuoniti, I
KATES OF AUYHRTIHINU.
6 timci, . - - 97 .tO
AutiturV nottfpt, arh, - 3 60
1 autinn and K-ttrava, earh, ft timet, - t6
Ihefohitiun notiM-n, r h, 3 time. 2 MU
Trsimicnl lvprtiiwrarntii, nr t(uar of 10
1 1 ot ur if m, a iituci or tv$, - 1 nu
For each rutiM-our-nt iim-rtUin, 60
Official alvriiMmcutj, for each cjuareof 10
linen or ire, a nuieior H', I u
Fur each luharqucnt insertion, 60
Profcayioral curds, 1 year, 6 t
Loral notieef, per lltii', - 16
Obituary noticvt, over five lines, jw lier 10
Yeailr atlvertisetnrnta, 1 i-juare, 8 00
1q . 1 do . 15 00
lio . 3 do 20 00
Do - i column, - 25 00
lo - i do . 40 00
Do 1 do - 76 00
jMrTh above nil" apply only to adrerttie
nieuU set up plain. AderUieniiiU ael in larftr
type, or witU cult, or out of plain style, will be
cliargt-d double Uie abovo rat fur epaca.
ftinajle quire, $2 60 I 0 outre, par quire, $1 76
it quire, per quire, 2 00 Over 6, do 1 60
t. thect. 26 orlrM,Sl 60 I ibeet, 26 or lew, U 60
i thect, 25 or It", 2 60 1 iheet, 25 or leu, 8 00
Over 25 of each of above at proportionate rate.
ULU. If. WUUDIjAMJCiI,
Kditor and Proprietor.
yrofrssionnl & Qntimt (f ara$.
S. A. FULTON.
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Cnrwentville, Pa.
J (F7io in McUrides building, on Mam at.
lIronipt attention given to the securing
and eollfcUuo ot uiaims, and to all legal bun
i TT0RKET AT LAW. Cleariild, P.nn'a.
i V USei on becond itraat.
Not. 21, 18(18
. A. WALLACE,
J. BLAKE WALTER!,
WE. D, BIULEE,
WALLACE, BIGLER it FIELDING,
1 TT0RNKV8 AT LAW. Clt.rOold, I-a.
XV L.eU bnilD.if of all kinda promptly and
oruralalr atteodrd to.
U.j l, '6-ly.
THOS. J. McCULLOUGH,
VTTORKEY AT LAW. oae..dJolBirirth.
Hank, fvrmerlj reapiwl by J. B. McKoaili
Kq., Market itriwl, Clearfi.id, Pa. Will auand
promptly to CollMUunt, bal. of Landa, Ao
D.o. 17. '6J.
JOHN L. CUTTLE,
VTT0RNEY AT LAW and REAL ESTATE
Agent, Clearleld, Pa. Offlc. on Market
treet, oppoiite tb. Jail. Respectfully olTert hit
I rricei in lellincaod bojini; landi in Clearfield
and a'ljoinlof conntiel ; and with an eiperienee
of over twenty yearia-e Surreyor, flutter, bimeell
that he ean render attilactiuo. Feb. 'IS tf.
WM. M. McCULLOUGH,
VTT0RSEV AT LAW. ClearSeld, Penn'a,
Office on Market Street, one door eat of the
"t'lrarflold County B.nk." M.y 4, lS(14.tf.
JOHN H. ORVII.
C. T. ALEXANDEE.
ORVIS & ALEXANDER,
TT0RXEY8 AT LAW,
2V Sept. 13lh lSti-ly,
DR. J. P. BURCHFIELD,
I A TK 8urieon of the 8.1d Regiment, Penn'a
J Viiluntaeri, havinr returned Iron the Armr.
ullen hil pror.ional ferrieei to the citiirni of
UearnclJ.ndvlcmtty. Profr.iional eallf prompt
ly aueoaea to. nine on tcond itreet, (lately
occupied by l)r. Woodl.) April 4, 18AA. tr.
J. P. CORXETT, Dkstut, offer,
hi. prnfe.im.l service, to the eiti
ten. of Curwen.vill. and viciniiv.
Offiee to lro Sti.re. corner Main and Thompon
treeti. CurweniTille, May II, 18il.ly-pd
J. BLAKE WALTERS,
SCWIVK.NER AND CONVEYANCER, and
Agent for the Purr hue and Sale of Land.,
Clearfield. Pa. Prompt attention (Weil to all
bualoeM oonnected with the eouuty office.. OOic.
with Hon. Wm. A. W.llace. Jan. I, 18A6 tf.
Tnuu.a n. rone km - - . . a. a. suai a m.
FORCEE & GRAHAM,
General Merchandise and Lumber,
jan.l ('rahamton, Prnn'a.
JOSEPH II . BHETII, Jaiticenf the Pe.ee, and
Licensed Con'eyaneer, New V"nrhint-ton,
Clearfield county. Pa, m 1 to 1 1.
JAMES C. BARRETT, Justice of tho Peace
and Licen.ed Conveyancer, Luthersburf,
Cl.arfleld eounty, Pa. Collection! and remit.
uneet promptly made, and .11 kinds of leg al in
strument, riecutned on short notice,
Luthersbort;. U.y tlth, 1 Helll.tr.
t. E. n'm-EEAr. Arii. mtt hki.l.
Denleri In Foreign and Dnmestle Merchandiae,
Liumoer. uratn, ire. Piew Washineton,
October t,lt.-ly.pd. JMear6e)d Co., Pa.
O. KKATZER & SOS, "
MP. R C II A N 1 , dealers In Iry Oooda
ClothinE, Hardware, Cutlery, Queensware
(irocerie., Khmclcs, and Provisions. At the old
stand on Front Street above the Academy.
Clearfield, December Utb, l-tf,
A II IK H INT, .nd dealer la Dry Goods
Hardware, Oueenswara. Uroeeries
Market atreet, opposite the Jail, Clearleld Pa
April 20th ISA I,
LEON M. COUTJilET,
MI'.H II AT, and dealer in Dry Goods,
Ready-made ClothinE, Oroeeries, Liquors,
DruES and Medieine., liat. and Caps, hwlt and
Shoes, Hardware, Tinware, Ac. Frenrhville
CJearneld eounty. Pa. May 1, '(1(1.
GEORliE E. WAEULB. CHARLB. N, EEED
Wsiirils 15(k31 . 0,,
Tobacco, Tea, Spices, cVc, &zc.,
N. R. cor. Alb A Market St.,
Feb. 14. iHiiGGm. FU 1 LA DELPHI A.
CYRENII 8 UOWK.
Jostick or thi Peace.
For IIrc.tpr Township,
wll! promptly attend to all business entrusted te
biaeare. P. O. Address, Pbllipsburg Pa.
A .if. Hit I1AI
THOMAS M CRLSMAN,
Acent for the Sinter Sewing Machine!.
Philipbur(-. Centre Co., Penn'a,
Oct. 11th, IKB.-tf.
II. W. SMITH & CO.'S,
A Fresh Lot of
TEAS AND CANNED FRUIT.
Also, a superior article of
GEXTYS PATENT LEATHER BOOTS,
All sites and eitremeiy low. Jetl
Slldt'l.D do hi own SII,IKUN(J. So e to
H. W. KMHII A ro'rt. and hnv an lllliN
and H TOVE; tbu varinf many a trip tuend from
tbt tinner's; and articli'S that, by Wing rrpainl
It nine, arf ms lp rt v. ort.1
1XTH A FAMILY FI.OI H for sale at
i II. W. SMITH A ")'ff.
1)ure Liberty Vhlte Lead. preferred by
all pnetlcal Painter. I Try it ! and yoa will
hav.no other. Manufactured only by Zibalrr
A Sierra, Wholesale Drug, Paint a Ulass Dealers,
No. IXJ North Third St., Phlla. March 11,'AA-ly.
fV PIIOTM;HPIII.K--.-FiiH saleZ
1 I have lor rale a Photograph CAR, In e"mI
or.icr. now at Warrior's Mark, lluntinrlon eu. It
will be .old on rcemnalile terms. Apply to Mr.
llan'in, Warricr'a Mark, or C. D. Walton. Clear,
tela o.tl.m5 Joe. RKTEEH.
MAMKED t'RI'lTof all kind., at
U MERRRLL A BIULKRV
IRT H AI.ITV oh ami v. i iZJ
I lor S'lv t.y II. W. SMITH t CO.
J) O 0 B I N S '
ea cx lp
area Time I
fcaTcl Monc) I
Havea Labor I
AND ALL GROCERS SELL IT!
It If md hy enttfnit Into imall ihkviopr nd
dtMolvinf im hot water, then tok tb etothti
ftvo' to to ninuloi. Rod ft lit tin hind rubttiDg
will make them ela m hour of hard ma
ehiaa rubblni would do, with ordinary aoap.and
lb moil doliraU fabric reeeWa bo injury. W
ean refer to thoatandf of fa millet who arc oning
it, and who oould sol he peraaaded to do will) mt
DODBINS' KLBCTRI0 SOAP.
9"6uld bjU lead It tt Oroeen throughout
aUanofactarad only hy
DOBBINS A L0VS.
107 Sotrra Fim Btbbit,
-tfFor aale by Hartawick 1 Irwii, Clearfield.
VoTtmbir 7, 1866-10 bo.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
T n AT
THOMAS J. MECAL'LEY,
Stoves, Tin & Sheet Iron Ware,
HAS on hand, at hi. ator and factory, on
Market f, ut of Second, Clearfield, Pa.
Tb largest and best auortinent of
TINWAEE AND OTHIS GOODS,
Which will be .old, Wholesale and Retail,
CHEAP FOR CASH !
STOVE-PIPE, ALL SIZES,
Always on hand, at low price.
lions work, such as Gutters and Conductor,
furnished and put up al short sotle and
XT-Repairing Promptly Done.S.
Clearfield, Nor. It, 1SA0 y,
Real Estate for Sale.
rjIIK tulinrr.lMrr ufltr the folluwiug valuaMe
X tnl hfUtXt at private aale:
1 58 arrea and 113 jti-nhri of fnrm limd, t'txty
aeroe clinrrdp and havinft thon-ou a pemd fromr
hdU-M) and lor bam. Thu it the vt-rv hrt etui
land, hitunit-d in Woodward tuWDfhi, ono httlf
nine m.iii l unyviitc,
Alfu, 1M arrea of TimWr Und, aituatrd on
Morgan' Hun, in Woolward towniltip, one and a
hull uiilt-t from Puwjrillr,
A1p, two acre, with a two-vlory jitnnk hmi?
and frame rtnble th-rron, rittintr. in Uoodwnrd
tnwntiii. on lh nal hiuliii)r, frrna Tyrone to
Clearfield Uiwo. twomtlp fnim i'um-yvillv j a good
locution fr a tradrftnmn of ar.r .iud.
Alro, two lotM In PaiieyvlHr. with fix hmwt
and ono barn erect rd tlicrtMin, the two loti lyine;
adjotninjr. The ftrt, No. Ill, tH-ing arornrr lot.with
tavern PUmd, enntainine; three-foiirthii of an acre,
with over . fit of bank on Oarfli-ld erm-k,
rent worth $l'2J per yca-r. 8rnd lot, (Xo. II,)
00 fi-et oa fnnt ttrwl und 120 fret bo k, with two
plunk houwi ercnttd thrron, well luitulile for incr
oantilr or any puMie buKinrnn.
-The above properly will 1 o1d at rtnona
ble price and fair trrnm. (', J. hlfoKK.
Ot-LS-ftrnrpd Madera P. 0., flrarticld eo., Pa
fold by the Trade Generally.
A liberal Discount to Dealer.
Army Revolver, 41100 In. Calibre,
Navy Revulver, S6-! JO lo. ealihre,
Holt Revolver, (self cocking.) Navy calibre,
Kelt Revolver, Navy aise calibre,
Folic Revolver, Navy aire calibre.
New Pocket Revolver, (with loading lever,)
Pocket Revolver, (self eoeking.)
Repeating Pistol, (Kl Hot pt.) No. il cartridge,
Repeating Pistol, ( Klliot pt.) N. It carirtdae.
Vest Pocket Pistol, No. 11, 30 A 31 cartridge,
nun ian, u.inr no. sj cartridgi,
Pingl Uarrel 6hot Uun,
Revolving Rifie, 31 I no In. calibre,
Ilreeeh Loadiug Rifle, No. HI cartridge,
Ureeeh Loading Carbin, No. 0 eartrid?.
U. K. Rifle, (steei barrel,) with sabre bayonet,
II. S. Rilled Musket, lpringfield pattern.
Vpwardi of 100,000 furnished tb U. 8, Gov
rnment. Our new Breech Loading Arms bar just ben
approved and adapted lor military sen ire in
Kurop. K. REHINUTON A SONS.
lllon. New York.
Aoaars Moor A Nichols, New York; Wm.
Reed A Son, II. ..ton ; Jos. C tlrubb A Co., Phil
adelphia; Poullon it Trimble, Uallimore; jlenry
Polaom A Co., New Orleana and Metnphla
Johnson, Spencer A Co., Chicago, L. M. Runt-
sey us,, BL Loui j Albert b. Crane, Ben
Franelrco. Jy 4 y
fF-W CARRIAGE ANIJ WAfjON
1 Shop, in Clearfield. Fennsylvania.
(Immediately lo rear of Maebin Shop,)
The subscriber would respectfully Inform the
-itisensor ciearneid, and the public In general,
that be la prepared to do all kind, of work on
on short noftr and lo a workmanlike manner
fh Order .romptly attended to
WM. II. K NIG 111'.
Clearfield, February 14th, IHiifi.-Ij.
incG. i ncc.
IJHILADELnilA AND ERIE RAIL
ROAD. Thia (treat linetravenea tha
Nurlhern and Northwest counties of Pennsylra
nia to the eity of Kri on Lake Erie.
It ha. be.n leased and is operated by th
PENN'A HAIL KOAD COMPANY.
Tins of Taasenger traina at Kuronim.
Kri Mail Train J 02 P. M.
Eri Kxpreas Train 11.48 P. tl,
Krl. Mall Train 11 00 M.
Kr Kapreaa Train 1.63 A. M.
Pas.enger can run Ineooirh on th Eri Mai)
and Express Trains without change both ways
between Philadelphia and Erie.
cw 1 nrk Connertlnn.
Leave N. York at 0 a. ra., arrive at Erie SO a.m.
Iare Erie at 4.4i p.m., arrive at N.York 4.10 p. m
Mu!ianK r (.'- fc!--cen I'.rleA N.York
Elegant Sleeping Cars oa all Night trains.
For information re. pectin- Peraenrer bust
ess. apply al Cor. 10th and Market Si's, Phil .
And for Freight business of th Company's
Agent 8. B. Kin.iton, jr., Cor. lath and Market
J. IV. Reynolds, Erie.
Wm. Brown, Agent, N. C. R. R., Ralll-nore,
II 11. Ilonsron, General Freight Agt. Phil'a.
II. W. Owtunaa, Ueneral Ticket Airt. Phil'a.
A L. TYLER, Ueneral Superintendent, Erie
SPECIAL NOTICE. Parisian DliF.S and
CLOAE Making. Ladiea ran bare their
Dre.eee, Soils, Coats and Raaquines handsomely
made and trimmed, at the shortest notice, at Ibe
old established stead, 1031 ( bealnut street.
Fancy and plain Fans, Manlila Ornament..
dress and oloak buttons, Rilibena, Clunny and
uwiptaiw uukiv n ll funp t,rese J rim
mings, with a large variety of Staple and Fancy
Hoods, from 13 to &0 per cent less than elsewhere.
Also, receiving daily. Parte Fashion in tisra
paper, for Ladtes and Cbiblieni Dresses. Seta
of Patterns for Merchants and Dressmaker, now
dy, at Mr. M. A. BINDER'S,
J4-ljr Hll Chr.tnut at, Philadelphia
"VMITIC'H. Persons dciring In tranaarl hn.i. !
11 neeewilh me al mv olnce. are hereby nolifl,i
that I will wot be found with eertaintv al hToe on i
any dars ei-epi Mi'.NPAY aavl Mil Hl4 Y. I
... -'"'I. .n. I.'IIII.K,
TI1H ClIKAP STOKK OF
SHOWERS & GRAHAM.
New and Very Cheap I
OtlOWER.S A OKAIIAM respectfully an
O nouno to tb puhlie that lhy r now open
ing an itn.ir awortment of
At the old atand In tirahani'.new building whleb
tbey odor to sell at astonishingly low priees,
feon.id.ring th.ir eost !) for eah or approv.
d eoantry pruduo. Their .look of
CANNOT HE SURPASSED!
Customers ean there find.
CALICO KS WITH FAST COLOIl-S!
MUSLINS I DKLAINES I LAWNS !
CLOTHS! CASSIMEKS! VKSTINOS!
LAIUES'Sa A WLj ! O KNTS' SIJ A W lS
UATS&CAI'SI liiMJTS & SHOES
CA UFETS & OIL-CLOTHS I
OUU STOCK OF
18 UNEXAMTLED IN STYLE
NOTIONSI MITIONS! NOTIONS
Scurfs! Head-Nets! Nock-Tieu
Sutcliolg! l'ort Jlonnaicn ! llrushes
Photofrrophic Alliums !
PIPF.S. TOBAfXXI ft SUGARS !
I'EHfrjM EHY OF ALL KINDS!
Or anything elso in tho Notion Litis !
QUE EX? WARE!
All of th b.t quality, and ooleetad with speefal
regard to th trade of Clearfl.ld oouotv.
JOSKPH 8. HhMVHRS.
KUWARU W. URA1JAM.
Clearfield, 6ept. Ill, 18(19.
th tap It'll rn I (urc 2
pVKSIRliH to Inform his old friends and one.
IJ lornera that, having enlarged bis shop and
increased his facilities fur manufacturing, be Is
now prepared to make to order furniture as may
be desired, la good style and at eheap rates for
C'aah. lie mostly has on hand al his "Furni
ture Hooms," a taried assortment of Ready-mad.
I :. '
cuiuuur., inon wuicu are
Bureaus and Side-Boa rtls,
Wardrobe, and booh. Ca.es : Centre, Rofa, Parlor
Ureaaiast an uming Extension Table.
Common, French-Poit, cottage, Jenny
lind and other Bcditeadi.
SOFAS ..fall, KINDS, WORK-STANDS
11AT-RACKS WASH-STANDS, io.
Kocking and Arm Cliairs,
8 ring Beat, C.oe Bottom and Parlor Chair
and Common and other Chair.
Of ery description on hand ; and new glaeees
fur old frame., which will be put In on To
ry reaaonabl. terms on short notice,
llo alsokeepe on bant, orfurnishes to or
der, Hair, Corn-Husk, Hair and
Cntu-m lp Maltros.es.
COFFINS, Of f very kind.
Made to order, and fuuerala attended with a
llearee, whenever desired.
Also, limine Painting done to order.
The subscriber also tsanufaclurei, and has
constantly en band,
C'kmenfi Patent Wafihin-r Machine,
The beat now In u.e. Those urio this machine
narer need be without elean !. t It. sl.o ha.
flyer 8 l'atcnt Churn,
A superior art el. A family using this Churn
never need be without butter I
All the alior and many other article, are fur
niahed to customers cheap for Case oreichanged
for approved country produce. Cherry, Maple,
Poplar, Linwood and other Lumber suitable for
Cabinet work, taken in eichange for furniture.
-fT-Kemrmher the .hop la on Market street,
Clearfield, Pa.. and nearly uppoiite the "Old Jew
Stor.- JOHN 0UL1CH.
Not. ID, 18(11. y
A NEW FIRM.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Druggists, Clearfield, l'enn'a.
Having refitted and removed to tb room lately
occupied by Uiclmnl Mossop, row
oiler, lour for cash, well te
locteil asAorlmeiit ol
Drugs and Chemical.-,
Alen, raloni Mmltcinpaof all kimls, Oils,
liln Tult y, l)yt Slull'e. Ntalioimry,
Tobacco and Sogars,
Confectionary, SpictM, and a larger atock
of varielie ever otlcred in ibis
place, and warranted to be
of the best the Market affords.
J. O. HAIiTSWICK,
Peo. 13, 'tib -tf. JOHN IKWIN.
Accidents ! Accidents !
North American Transit Insurance Co,
Principal Cfflce, 1.13 8. 4th St., Phil'a,
Chartered - - - - - Mnrrh .lit. 1KU
Capital ------ a.ltMI.IMM)
rpnK only Aecldent Iustiranc Company of
Annual P.IU ies Issued against all Aecldent.
at iceedingly low rales. Insurance effected in
any sum from I '00 to 110,000. No medical l
aminatioa required. Compensation given each
week in ease of Injure.
This company buld many los.es, promptly
and eati.fectorily, and its U direr, and Directors
are widely and favorably known throughout th
Orriraas Louis L. Ilnupt, President.
Henry C. llrown, Secretary.
James M. Conrad, Treasurer.
K. B. Keeler, Ueneral Agent.
DiaxrroM lwi. L. Houpt. Late Oen'l Ticket
Agent Penn'a Railroad Co.; Maithew llalrd, firm
of M. W. Baldwin A Co, Phllad'ai Samuel C.
Palmer, Ca hler Commercial Nat. Rank, Phil'a j
Richard Wood, firm Wood, Mar.h A ll.vwar.l,
No. 3l Market .t, pbll'ai James M. tionrad,
firm Conrad A Walton, (123 Market at, Philad'a
J. E. kingslcy, Continenlal Hotel, "
II, U. Lei.enring, 1.17 A !:tV Dock ft,
George Martin, firm Martin, Toy A Co, No. .111
Cne.lntit st, Phil'a; Enoch Lewis, la' Ueneral
Fnp't Pa. Railroad ; M. C. Erancilcus, General
Agent Penn'a Railroad Company.
Policies issued and Information furnished by
JOHN L. CHILE, Agent,
rpS-tf Clearlteld. Ta
31 USI( STOKK T
IJ M. Ci HKKXE lms opened liiH Aln
1 a sit! Kloi'P. ono door woat nf V
Lewis' Rook Store, when h keeps cnnslantlron
bend Sielnway A Sons' and Oeehle'e Piano Man.
nflfflnrU. rnnnin'. Vi.... VI ... .. . tl .
---e 1'-".- ' j.in.i-u i,emiin s
Cabinet Organs and Carbart, Needham (f- Co.."
,.-...uswll. , ..uiian, . luiine, nice, riutest
Quilar and Violin ttrings.
Mt sir llooas Oolden Chain, Golden Shower,
Sneer Mt'.ir Me I. constantly receiving'
from Philadelphia all the latest tnu.ie, which j
person, al a distance wi.hinr. ean order, and
have sent them by mail, at ehli.her'e prices.
-Piano and Organ. Warranted for lite
a w ouy any 01 iu aoove article.
art invil.d to call and enmlne mine before pur
chasing elsewhere. My price ar th tarn as
In New Vorkand Philadelphia.
Circular, of Instruments sent tiromptly npoa
applicatioa with any additional Infnrmaiioa ri..
"""s D. M.llllKKNK,
II ill rtreet, HuntingCon, Pa ,
One.loorwest "f Lewis' Book ."tore,
or Wlss K. A. p. RINHKR. Clearfield.
Pee., l4tf Agent for Clearrleld Penn'a.
Tlios wishing to buy any of th above article
fV)IU?CR tl'TTKRS at
MEKRELL I BIGLER'S.
IIERRELL & BIGLER,
liKAl.l llS IN
Al0, If AN t' FACTt'REftf Of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
jo27-y ri riri.i, pa.
A LOT Op' H)II,KS, HKIDLKS
HAIINKSS, (,'OLLA KM, Ktc,
Forialoby MEHKKLL & ltlGLEU.
l'ALiiEI'f.S"" i'ATEN'T" UNLOAlJ-
1NG II A V FOKKS,
For.leby M EltKKMi BIGLER.
OIL, " l'AINT, l'UTTY, ""GLASS,
Foraleby MKRUELL i BIGLER.
UAKNliSS TIUMMING.S & .S1IOK
For tale by MEUUEl.L t BIGLER.
GUNS, I'lSTOLS, SWOKD CANLS,
Fot anleby MEURELL A BIGLER.
STOVES, OF ALL SOltTS AND
For tile by MKRUELL 4 BIGLER.
IKON I IKON! lliON! I HON 1
For.aleby MEURELL 4 BIGLER.
ilOIWFj SI10KS Ai lIoii.SE SHOE
Fortaleby MEKKEI.L i BIGLER.
Look (o your Interests !
G. S. FLEGAL,
I'lilllpsbur(r, Centre eounty, Pcuu'a,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
"."ITOl'LD respectfully inform bis friend, and
1 I tb public generally, that be
Has Opened Largs Sales I!ooms
In th borough of Pbll'psbarg. Pa, for th mao-
ulactur and sale of
utoijss, Tix Ay) sheet
in OS WAKE,
Of every description, manufactured from Ibe best
material. My variety of cooking stores cel
lists of thecelebr.ted Ironsides, the best
cooking stoves in the United Sutes;
Continental, Lehigh, Farmer,
Daylight, Charm, Ae., and
very variety pt tb
BEST riTTSBUItO MANUFACTURE,
Parlor an.I Heating Stoves of every
description, Including Spear'
Sold at the Lowest Cain Price.
Merchant de.l-ing to purrhas will nod It to
their advantage toeiamine my atock before pur
. i ,
tleJ-All ordere for KPOIlTTVil ..' nTIflTD
VTOKK will be attended to on tb SHORTEST
HOW TO SAVE MONEY.
Tbe times are batd ; you'd like to oaw
How you may ear your Dollar.
The wa lo do it 1 will show,
II yoa will read what follows,
A man who lived not far from here,
Who worked bard at his trade,
Rut bal a household to support,
That squandered all he made.
I met him once, aaya he, "my friend,
1 look threadbare and rough j
I've tried to get myself a suit,
But an't aave up nough."
Fays T, my friend, how much have you?
I'll tell you where lo go.
To get a suit that's sound and cheap
At Hl-l fclNsTtl Sij'jj Cll-
Hetook what little he had eared,
And went to Iteixenatelii A llrother',
And there he got a handsome suit,
Eor halt he paid to other.
Now be Is home, be looks so well ;
And their effect is .ue',
Tbt when they uke their daily meals,
They don't eat half to much.
And now he finds on Saturday night
With all their winta supplied ;
That he has money left to spend,
And some to lay aside.
His good success, with cheerful smile,
He gladly tells to all;
If you'd sav M'in.v. ro and hue.
Your clothes at HrUenatelu Clothing IlalL
Wher th cheapest, finest and beat Clothing
and good Furnishing Goods ean be had to tun
very taste, and In every si tie,
April II, l8Afl.tr
(Store one d( or East of Clearfield House,)
Jliii ket St., Clearfield, l'a.
Keep on hand a full nssortmcnt ol
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
Sliirls, Linen end Woolen under Sbirti,
drawer and socks, neck-tics, pocket hamlker
ebiefs gloves umbrella., hat. Ac, In great variety.
Of pleo Uooda he keeps the best Cloths of all
"shades and colors, .och a.
black doeskin of the very
beat make, Fancy C'ansimer in gr-at variey;
Alo, French font inn, Beavor. Pilot. Chin-
cliilla, and Fricott over coating, all of
vt n loll will be aolcl t tieap lor Cash ; and
made up according to tbe latent Stjlea by
Experienced Workman. Alao Agent for
Clearfield co., for I. M, Singer, if- Co , eel
cbrnted Sewing Machine. H- BKIlHiE.
I' I cm fields l'onn'a.. No. 1, lr65.-tf.
II. F. NAUGLE,
Graham'. Row, ClearflelJ, Penn'a,
The .ubscrlber respectfjlly Inform, hla old
customer ard th pulilio, lhat he ha on band,
and constantly receiving new additions, t large
slock of ClorkB,;Vatche and Jewelry.
Jewelry of every variety from a tingl nice
to full eett. r
Watches, a fin assortment of silver ITuntlng
and open ease, American and batent lr,M
plain and full jeweled. '
Clock., a larg variety from the best Manufac
tory, consisting of Eight day and Th'rty bout
Spring and Weight, Levers, Tim, Strike and
Ppeclaolea. a large assortment far and near
sight, eulorvd and plain glass.
Also, a ttt aarortmentuf 8poona, forks, liut
ter knivea,ele., plated oa lenuine Alahala.
ALL kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry
carefully repaired and Warranted.
A continuance of patronage ta solicited.
November 1Mb. II. V. NAI'ilt
-Jtll.l. PKNH.-n. F. NAUHLR ha. jo.t
M received an Elegant assortment of tbe best
quality ; also silver eitcnaion and desk holder
Ni vember, its IfS-S.
C-tn.und and nnground eplrca, Citron, Eng
W li.h Currants, Ki. Coffe and Vinegar of
the best quality. For sale by H. 4 f.
Clearfield, January Kith, 18011.
Pure l iberty White l-eaoVThTwhiteT,
uuimui. Ha ine moss voonorMral.
1 ry It ! Manuraclnred only by Zir.ai.aa a Suim,
Wholesale Drug, Paint (I lass Dealara, No. 137 ,
North Third St, Phil'a. March II, lnim.ly.
Svtalme' panacea, Kennedy '" medical "l)L7. '
eovery, llembold tocbu, ll.ker's Cod Liver
Oil, Jane's and Aytr'l medicines of very kind i
NEW HARDWARE STORE
Thilipsburg, Centre Co., Fa.
6. h. mem & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Wood
Willow and Tin Ware, Stoves, Oils,
Paints, Glass, &c, &c.
THE attention of Mechanic., Builders, Farm
ers, Lumbermen, and Buyers generally, ir
invited o the feet that w ar offering a bolter
aasortment of goods in our line, than ean b.
found .leewb.r In tbi. pirt of tb Blat, at
Prioei to Suit tho Timet-
Onr atock comprises a general a.ortmnt of
T00L8 and MATERIALS usi by Carpenter.,
Dlaeksmitbs, Carriage and W.gon kak.r., Join
ra, Ac, Ac; together with a large .lock of
IEOX, NAILS, STEEL, SPIKES,
MIXING SUPPLIES, SAD
LLEItY, HOPE, CHAINS,
CULAIt, MILL, i
ENAMELLED, FINISHED, AND
PLAIN HOLLOW WAKE,
LARD, LINSEED, COAL, LUBRICATING,
AND FISU OILS,
COAI-OIL LAMPS L LANTERNS.
Aa excellent assortment of FINE Cl'TTLEUT,
eompiising Knives, Focka, leasert, Tea, and
Tabl bpoon., bcisBors, ttaaora, A.
BRITTANIA AND SILVER-PLATED WABE.
TIN WAItE IN GREAT VARIETY
and beat Manufacture.
Household, Horticultural, Farming and Rafting
Implement., or th. latest and most
Blacksmith caa be (applied with
HAMMERS, HOUSE AND MULE
SHOES, HOUSE NAILS,
And all kinds of IRON AND STEEL.
Carpenter and Builders will Ind In oar eetab
lisfamont a superior slock of
Planet, Sjic, Augers, Hatchets, Single,
Double-Bit and Pealing Axes,
Hammers, Files, Hinges,
.Chisels, Si-reics, Bolts,
Pulleys, Sath, Cord, ?., Ae.
Farmer and Rftmn will find rrythlng la
their line, and cheaper than aa be bad else
Particular tttentloa 1 Invited to-
OUR STOCK OF STOVES,
Comprising Spear' Celebrated Anti-Dust, Cook
and Parlor Stove, of all sises. Alao,
TI1E NIAGARACOOrC.PARLOR COOK,
BRILLIANT, DAWN. DEW DROP,
ARCTIC AND COMMON
HirAll of tLo above Goods will be
sold CHEAP FOR CASILt
G. II. ZEIGLER $ Co.
rhllipsburg, Oct. 10, ldid ly
O, YES! O, YES!
TWENTY I-ER CENT. LOWER THAN
ANYWUERE ELSE IN THE
JOHN S. RADEBACH,
n A VINO opened a new ator at tb "Blue
Ball,' In Clearfield eountv. wishes to noiifv
the public thai be is determined In sell all ki.H.
or liooda CHEAPER than th CHEAPEST, In
ueuauo to in oountr.
Now is your Time to Call and Examine,
While h 1 placing oa hi shelves a fall aort
Drug. Oils, and Paint,
Ao., Ac, Ac
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
Of all kinds, constantly kept on hand.
A general assortment of
READY-MADE CLOTH IS O,
Far Men and Boy' wear.
All to be A mi m T nwr seme ,
- - 1 ' v. 1 11 1 v inr
CAbll, or etcbanged fur all kinds of Marketing.
Xtl-SAWED Lt'MRRR A Rrtivni ra
il, vaciibukv lor goou.
"M tf JOHN g. RADEBACn.
Grape Vines for Sale.
VLL th. leading hardy varieties of first
Concord, 1 year old, IS cent, or f?fl per 100
Cnncord, years old, iO cenla, or 1 10 per 100
Rehecoa, 1 year old, 60 rnts ; best whit grape,
lone, 1 year old, 1 1 60 ; best amber grape.
Any other varieties below Nursery prices.
Orders aolicited a tool as convenient, and Oiled
In rotation, by A. M. HILLS.
Cleardcl I, Pa, Aoguat 13, 1SH0 tf.
N. II. Vines ready for removal by th lith
CI. R A It KI i:T.I M'RSKKV-Eacot-n
lloaa Ianrsvar. The undersigned having
established a Nursery, on ih Pike, about hair
way between Clearfield and Corwenaville, le pr.
pared to furaih all kinds of Fruit treea, (Stand
ard and liwarf.) Evergreen, Shrubbery, Grape
Vines, (iooseberries, Lawtoa Blackberry, Straw
berry and Raspberry vines. Also, Sit.rriaa Crab
treea, (Juinee and early scarlet Rheubarb, Ao.
Order promptly attended to. Address,
Sept. 10, '04..1. J.D.WRIGUT, CuiweoevlIL.
FOREKSN and DOM ESTIC (JOfii,
1 Kt, A I N VJi
.lut reeeired at M( S.S
(II NT, HA MS
HON NETS al
MUSLINS I "
All to be had at MOSSOPS1
rAKI.E CLOTHS at
of all kind k
at SDatioD price
Alnavion nana at Jiivui-.v.
CASS1MKRES at Sensation price
SATTINETS at iisnaaHon price
TWEEDS at Ketiation price
JEANS at Sensation price
VKSTINOS at Senation price
SHIRTINGS at tienuUion price
at MUSSOJ'u .
a Corn, PanM,
Under Sliirla, at enaation pnoe
Hala and Cam,
Now for aale al MOSSOPS'.
H A R D W A K K
ucb a Saw,nail
aa Wine, Prarhly,
Gin, W h iabey,
Cognac, etc., etc.,
FRUITS, uch a
Fig, FilberU, cVc.
Coal Oil, etc, eto.
Alwajrt at MOSSOPS'.
At the tora of RICHARD MOSSOP,
Alwayi keep on band a lull
assortment of all kinds of good required
for tbe accommodation ol tbe puMio.
Nov. 11, 1S.
QN SECOND STREET,
NEW FIRM, NEW ARRANGEMENTS
ana icic uooas
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Tbe undersigned baring formed a co
partnership, in the) Mercantile bueineae,
wou.d reepeclfulljr invite tha attention of
tbe Pulilio generally to tbeir eplendid
assortetunl ol Merchandise, which u
SOLD VERY LOW FOR CASH.
Tbeir stock consist in part of
of the beat Quality, fuch a Frinla, Pe
Laines, Alparcas, Murinot, Oingbami,
Muslins Pleached and unbleached.
Tickings, Cotton and Wool Flannel,
Satinelts, Cotlenadra, Caaaimerea, Lsdiet'
Shawls, Coals, Nubia" and Hoods, Balmo
ral and Hoop Skirts, ic, Ac,
all of which
WILL BE SOLD LOW FOR CASH
Also, a fine assortment or men's Draw
era and Shirts, Hats A Caps, Boot i Shoes
Glassware, Hardware, Groceriet and spice
OK ALL KINDS.
IN SHORT A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
of everything usually kept in a re
ALL CUEAP FOR CASH
or approved country produce.
WRIGHT 4 FLANIGAN.
Clearfield, January 10th, lftili.lf.
E VS TO KE AN DNE W Ci OO ! S :
JOS. SHAW & SON
H just opened a
Ngtr Stori, onMainSUCtnirigi o, Ti ,
lalelr occupied by Wm. F. IRWIN.
Tbeir stock ronaitts of
Gaorit!is of tha beet qualiiy,
Queensware, lioots and lioe?,
and every article neoeMarv for
Call and examiueour ttock before) pur-
cbaaing elaawhere. May 9, lSfirt-lf.
CI.I AHHH I) COl'JiTV II ATI K. The
Clearflcld Countv Hank ea InMntn,.!'
in.Hlution has gone out of eiisienoe by th sur
render of It. charter on May 1 2th, 18(15.
All of It .lock is owned by the euhecribers,
who will continue the banking business at th
earn plac as prirate banker, under Ih trta
nam of the Clearfield County Hank "
We are resiuinsible far the deit ni iv. n.k
and will pay iu notes on demand at Ihe counter,
leposiu received and inlereit paid when mo
ney i. left for a tied time.
I aper discounted at sitt per cent, aebsretofi.rc
Our nerannal resitnnsiKllli ! t.j j .11
deposit, received and business transacted.
A oontinuance of thn lilwt.nl ..... .r,w
hi since, men of Ihe county i. respectfully elici
ts President. Cashier and ftft.H r .1,. 1...
Clenrfield County Hank, we require Ihe Bote of
said bank Id be presented fur redemption.
Jamee T. Leonard, lllchard Shaw,
Wm. Porter, James D, tlrahasa,
A. K. Wright, tl. L. Keed,
William A. Wallace.
-The bosincs. of ihe Hank will be conduc
ed by John M. Adams, Kiii., a. Cashier
Jun IS, J-tf.
Phis Pank Is now open ami read for business,
X Office on Fecosed .Wees, la the building for
merly occupied by Leonard, Finney AC.
piuKCTons asp orriraus.
iAS. T. U:ONAHD,
JAS. B. GRAHAM,
WM. A. WALLACK,
A K. WBKHIT,
Jun .th, tr.b if,