Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, February 18, 1869, Image 2
ijhf icpubliran. litonr.K H. (ioom.ANUkit, Editor. " CLEARFIELD, IV wrnsHfOAT units isa, rr.it. it, w". lie ,nt Moon Hprak. Two weeks nioro will number tlic Presidential days of Andrew Johnson. A loyul excluinj,'o unnotinccs to tho world as o fact, thai Gin. Gram's Cub inet will bo composed of staunch Re ' publicans. This is wonderful news, and neurly as ominous as the hurried repoal of tho tonuro-of-oflico bill by tho Rump House, (which is now stick ing in the Sennlo, as well as the bill introduced to prevent a person from holding a military and a civil ofllco at the same time.) These menaces, when taken together with tho riot Butler, Binghnm, Wade and other murderers and blackguards, created in the Rump, On the 10th instant, while counting the Totes cast for President, shows conclusively that a bitter intcrnul strife is now being waged in tho Ioyul family circle In a few days Gen. Grant must speak ; and until he does speuk, the Vahburnes and tho rest of mankind must wait. Should ho luil to dance to Greeley's music "Romo will be made to howl," wbilo the General will be compelled to undergo a more vonom otis persecution than even President Johnson. Impeachment will then again be in order, and tho afterpiece of tte drama commenced in the Hump on the 10th, will be pluycd, while tho futeoi the actors will be that of Robes pierre and tho rcast of tho French Jacobins. History is constantly ro repeating itself so far as the conduct of men is concerned. The loyal lead ers in Congress are just as godless und depraved as thoso in tho French As sembly of '89 and '93. Their work lias been as bloody and corrupt while thoir ambition is far more dangerous, becnimo they aro moro ignorant; and knowing full well tho mislako tho French leaders mudo by assailing the Church, they assumo a pinch-buck morality and clasp tho Church to .their bosom in order to forward their wicked schemes. But all will fail. If tho futo of Butler, Bingham & Co., is not that of Robespierre, Ponton and their conspirators, wo shall be niislukcn : That's all. South Carolina loyally. Mr. J. Al. Cooper, of Chamborsburg, has been spending somo time in tho Southern States, and in writing to the Valley Spirit,ho informs the public out of what kind of material loil men are made. Ho went to Charleston, "that bot-bed of secession," as it was termed, and finds it now tho "hot-bed" of loilty, Bculnwagst and niggers. He took a side view of the Legislature of South Carolina, and says : "The presiding offl -ers of both branches arc white men. The. President of the Senate Lieu tenant tJorernor Hooter, a fat old carpet-bagger, who was elected on the T.latfortn of "lortr acre. and a mule." The dclndcd negroes have not yet ar-n me "ionj acres, nut ftomeol them are said to hare oome to tha conclusion that they hare got a mule" in the person ol the Lieutenant Governor. The Ppmkcr of the llouc in a nativo Carolinian, and belong! to the race of erelawags. After a Surrey of the member! of both branchel, I lot him down, from hii looks, ai probal.ly the meanest man in tho whole lot, either white or black. I knew nothing of hie history then, but I learned it before we left Columbia. Uii naaie Moses, lie wal rlccrotarr to Governor 1'ickeni when South Carolina passed the ordinance of secession, and when Fort Sumter fell he elicited the honor of bunting the rebel Sag over her. Ilia request was granted and he rained that flag over the Fort when Major Anderson and his little command marched out This furious original secessionist Is now one of the leaders of tha Negro Itepiil.lirau party of South Carolina, and presides over the I'opular branch or the legislature, whilst men like William Aiken and Wade lisinpton, who at first opposed secession, are not permiltedto vote ! Our Radical Congress ha rewarded htm (for hoisting the rebel flag over Fort Sumter f) by removing bis disabilities." The Difference. Ten duys ago Mr. Holbrook, delcgnto in Congress from Idaho, took the liberty of saying, in rather plain terms, thnt Beubt But ler did not always Jell tho truth when ho was railing againBt his neighbors. This raised a great hub-bub in the "loil" Rump. An effort was at once made to expel Mr. Holbrcok, but it finally wound up by colling him be fore the) 8icRker, where ho was pub licly reprimanded lor his soft impeach ment of tho Dutch Gap Canal hero. A few days after, this liar, bhrtk gunrd and coward liutler together with tho hero of Vienna, Baltimore, etc - Schcnek and a fe other "loil" sneaks and murderers, actually created a riot in thcllouso, thereby disgracing the whole nation ; but neither of them woro molested. Tho reader may ask : " hy tins distinction ? Wo answer; lecaurc Mr. Holbrook is a Democrat, whilo tho murderer Bingham and his cohorts aro "loilists." A detailed statement of tho conduct of tho "God nnd morality" leaders will bo found elsewhere in this issue. The Democrats of Connecticut have ronomi,.ud tho present Executive Ho... Jntnc E. Kngli6h, as their can jl.iluto for Governor. Gov. Engliih has been twic ,.crtcdi hn, n)aj0 an e-TcellMit offlccr, .nd hi, riends feel confident they can elect him for a t urd time. Tho election comes off the first Monday (5th) of April. Tho D.Mmion ?adical, have ro nominated their Jew ell, defeated last year by Mr. English. Tho republican Slutu Central Com-initu-e met at lllurihurg on Thurs 'y,(tS.) and decided to hold the Male Convention on Juno 23d, In Philadelphia. This, if mi.take not, is the death blow to Geary. Tho expenditures of .reconducted Louisiana during lm exceeded the receipts by 3GS,ti00. .. . COUNTING THE tllCTORAL VOTE. Contest over the Veto of Georgia Isrrklnn a,f Vlrr-Pmtils hi "' lr. of (.till rl llwtlrr 111. ttj o ! an till Ihi-lr Biol Ma I orsre iinvuie I .arltrnirlil. The Wsahittginn cori'i'ponili'nt t.l the N-tw Ymk H'.r. givra a graphic ilcscriplion of tho pnxt'edinL'S nt the Seiiuto and House of liVpre'cnliitivcs wIh'H in Joint Convention for thr pur iwrso of counting iho voles aid tleelar ing tho result of the last Presidential election, from which wo muko the following extracts : Tho votes of tho States then pro ceeded in reading till that of Ucorgiu, purposely put last, was reached. At this stngo of tho proceedings General Butler presented a written objection of four counts ngainst tho vote of that Slnto being counted. The objections alleged no fair election an J incomplete recuiiktruction. Tho objections were road, and then began the scenes which mnko to-day coiiiinemoralivo of tho disgrace of tho country and of the rupture of tho ltudical party. When tho objections hud been heard, Mr. Wudo decided thut, under tho rulo agreed to the other day, tho objections wero out of order, as it was concur rently provided thnt Georgia was to bo counted hypothetical!-. Duller insisted thut his objections went be yond tho rule, and he demanded the retiromenl of tho two houses f'ir de liberation. At this point ISen Wade, with most Pick wick inn innocence, said that it was agreed that if the vote of Georgia did not change the result, it should be read, but that if it did change tho result, then the vote should not bo read. AI this every one Jeered and laughed for fivo minutes in tho most boorish and unrcblrainablu manner, and Mr. Wade was tho object of De mocratic sympathy and Uudieul rage all over tho chamber. Seeing the storm which his bull had invoked, Mr. Wade abruptly ordered tho Senate to retire to consider Butler's objections, and thus stultified bis ruling that they wero out of order. Tho Houso, then left to itself, decided by a vote of 151) to 41, that the vote of Georgia should be rejectod. Tho Senate sat lor forty minutes, and Mr Wado was utterly incompetent to slop tho debate on tho Georgia case, which tho joint rulo for bids to bo indulged. Every Senator had something to say and find it, and the Scnato drifted as a vessel w hich had Inst its helm, Mr. Wado All the time feebly rapping his toy gavol for order. At lant tho Senate, by a voto of 31 to 29, decided thut tho objections of General Butler were out of order under tho rulo providing that tho vote of Georgia bo h)'potheticully counted. Butler, meantime, had cotnii over to the Senate to see what was doing, and ho accompnnied tho Secretary to the House, when tho latter announced what tho Senate hud done. '1 hen tho Senate returned to tho hall of tho House, and Mr. Wudo, assuming the chair, declared thut, all tho votes having been counted, the tellers must announce the result. It was thus seen that the Scnato was bent on over-ahitighing altogether the ' dictum of tho House, that the vote of Georgia should not be counted. The IIouxo hud decided ono thing; the Senate had decided thut tho llotisoj hud no right to decide thnt one thing ; the President of theSenato was in the House to enforce this ruling of the Senate, and the Jloufo was there to speak and act for itself and in behulf of its own views. So soon as Wude declared that the tellers must rend the totul vote, General Butler roso to a point of order, thut the House had decided that the voto of Georgia should not bo counted, und ho naked the Chair to puss upon that point of ordor, and direct that the Senate retire to consider it. Butler spoke with irrcat noise and emphasis. Thunders of "Question," "Question," "Ordor." "Mr. President," "Mr. Speaker," "Question," responded through the House, whilo the galleries took up tho scunds and sent them back with audi ble comments and contemptuous latii;h tcr and jeers. In tho midst of ull this Babel and hell let loose, tho tenuous treble of Wado was hoard declining to reccivo Butler's question of ortier. Butler hurled back from tho very depths of his throat, "I nppcnl from tho decision." Wado refused to enter tain the appeal. Then Butler bowled out of his sent into tho aislo, deliber ately rolled up his cud's, threw back his hoad, and was regarded by the Houso as tho East Indiun regards his idol they knew that he was ugly, but felt that he was great. In a few words of intense bitterness ho called on tho House to sustain the representatives of tho people niruiiiht beine tramnlcd on, ana no looked tno very incarna tion of hato, spite, and malice, though I., i . . pcrlectly cool witlial. I bo scene at Ibis point buflles description. A hun dred men wero on their feet; u hun dred tones thundered at old Ben. undo; as many moro ballooed at Butler; tho Houso was fi antic, and Butler and Wade wero tho personal devils w ho had invoked and wero tiy ing to rido tho storm into directly opposite courses. Tho contagion of rcvoltspread. Ingersoll. Kurnsworth, Kelly, Wnshburne, Van Horn, (Mo.,) Banks, Shelluburgcr, Pike, Bout well, Lynch, Judd, Jones, Eldridgo, Wood ward, and scores of othors, wero on their feet yelling discordantly, and demanded "question" with one breath and "order" with tho next. Wado wus nowhere. He was an atom hurl ed by a hurricane. The gavel Willi which ho pounded mndo no noiso, and was only a little hummer Muikon against a mighty tempest. At this point a voice deeper than all the noise, a voice, profound as tho bass of Becch cr'a bi organ, n voice pitched in the tono of command, roso upon and fairly conquered the House tosilenco. With that voice, which wus tho poetry of the Philadelphia convention, Senator Dooliltlc demnnded thut tho votes be read, And, Wade fell back as suddenly as a horso on his haunches, who feels tho hand of a mnstor, and ordered Conk ling to read tho voles. Conkling began, when Butler, Ingersoll and Van Horn continued their protests, drowning the nasal tones of tho New lork Senator with all kinds of motions and erica. Tho storm wus browing Otruin, and no ono could fail to see that it might end in literal violence.. Bon Butler hissed out, "1 moo that the Senate havo leave to retire," at which there was lunchter, and the joint convention became a ci reus agnin. iiuiier lurtlier moved that the Ser geant at-Arms remove nil tho interlo pers from the floor. Moro laughter and cat calls. The Senators flushed, and goino of them roso to reply or to retire. Scakcr Colfax, sitting on the right of Wado, got up and said : "The SiirgoanUaUArms will arrest all mem bers of the Houso who do not respect the rulings of the President, from whoso decisions thcro lies no appeal " (Hirst aenantion. and a almit silent ) White llutlcr nbi'leil, Inirernnll anil Van ll 'i n kr. up their loud pioictn Mr Oidtvoy, the Serjeant lit Anna, piix eriled to tl'cm. am! Mr Ingi'iMill ant tlow n, w lule Mr. Vim Horn win tn., rJli.oil In Ihnnten to cut Mr. (tidwnv in two if be tnid a hsml on hin. Partial order, however, was restored, nm! Mr. Conkling resd die uiil. i:.. hi-, mm lit ,Milliilii.iilU - llow;i for, whicl, reading Mr Wa.le ITprateti, aim tncit pnsciiiiiiicu iiiai (rant ami Colfax were President and Vico President fir lour years from March 4 Lis next, in the usual form. At this point there was a condition of suppressed sneers and u general sjiiril of audible contempt obtaining. The voice of Wade was not even lis tened to. Every ono was thinking ol the scenes just past and waiting for tho next turn ol the sei-ow. hen in this decorous and dignified manner tho election of Grant wus announced, Wade, tho marplot, completed the fureo as follows : "Tho Senate having finished tho business that brought them here, tho Joint Convention w ill retire to the Scnato Chamber." In this blunder was evident tho whole inculpation which had boon charged by Butler on the olhor Houso that Wado was over-ruling and disregard ing the rules of tho representatives, and that this was tho "business which had brought the Senators thcro. The confounding of the Senate with tho Joint Convention wan an unhappy luotigni, wnicn lnieimiucu mo mirui and the chagrin. The Senate then retired with as much dignity and ex pedition as they could command under the insults 'hicli liatl been heaped upon then. Tho sequel of tho row in the two chambers was quite ditlcrciit. Tho Scnato murcly appointed Mr. Morton to inform Grant und Colfax of their election, and adjourned. The House wus evidently, in for business; Bu'.ler was boiling. Ao sooner bad tho lust Senator's coat tail vanished through tho main door than he was on ins feet screaming, "Jlr. Speaker, with all his might. Mr. Colfax rec ognized him, disregarding several others who wanted the floor, and then Butler sent to tho chair, as a question ot privilego, a resolution censuring Wado lor Ins ruling on Ins resolution. By consent, Mr. Colfax made a state nicnt, in very moderato terms, regret ting the see no and sustaining the rul ings of Wade as being tho only ones ho could muke under tho joint rules. Butler then spoke for forty minutes, very earnestly and fluently, declaring that as things now stood thnt either Houso could block nn election for President, by refusing to allow what voles they disliked lo be counted, and that as Wade ruled ho might have as arbitrarily tteclarcu Neyniotir elected after Kew York and New Jersey lind been counted, and then refused to on tii tain an appeal from his decision, only revolution being then a resource to right the Wrong, lie animadverted on Colfax's order to tho Sergeant at Arms, saying that in the Joint Con vention Col lax was no moro than a member of tho House, and hod no more right to order that oflicer thnn he, Butler, had. Moreover, Colfax had disregarded the wishes of tho House, ns the Houso stood by Butler, lie said that once in the British Par liament (ho members detailed twelve strong men to hold down lUa Speaker in ins chair to muko turn (lo his work. and that the Speaker should have or dered tho constabulary of the Houso not on its momhers hut upon tho in terlopers, the Scnntors who intruded after the broadest hints had been giv en them to retire, as tho Houso want ed to consult by and for themselves. Perhups four years from now Colfax, as Vico President, might, by arbitrary ruling, declare himself eleetod, just us a relative of Colfax's had declared bim solf eleetod to-day. He moved for the rescision of tho twenty-second joint rulo, and the appointment oln commit tee of five lo consider tho matter, and vindicate tho outraged dignity of the Houso. Butler snoko us a vcrv incarnation of anger and spito, and his Jf captan ilum bitson Colfax and Wade were the richest things sinco tho row between him and Bingham. Leaving Mr. Dawes in thechnir, Mr. Colfax replied in direct, severe, and very parliamen tary terms, repelling Butler's hints and vindicating his worthy undo. Tho members all left their scats and crowd ed arountl Colfax and Butler vory thickly. Tho sympathy of the Honso wus with Colfax personally, nnd yet againBt Wado in every rcsnoct, and in that direction was with Butler. An adjournment carried tho n flair over till to-morrow, when tho division will continuo, headed by Butler on one hand and Colfax on tho other. Now it is nip and tuck between them. Tho point in favor of the equal indepen dence of tho Houso which has been outraged in tho mighty person of But ler, carries much in his behalf. On tho other hand, Colfax makes it a per sonal, if not a family matter, that Wide bo let alone, unit ho is using his personal influence, ns ho did to duv in hisspcech, to thnt end. Tho Senators tonight feel os if they had been wound Cd in tho Houso of their friends, and they wonder 'bat Butler did not try his teeth on somo of them. They de nounce Butler as a hound, and as all other sorts of vile animnls, including a polecat. It is concoded they must possess their souls in impnlicnco till Iho House resolves, or refuses to ro solve, on the motions of Butler. Mr. Colfax's bointr on the floor lendntolhe expectation of lively scenes to morrow Lolfiix cuts liko a rar.or and Butler mashes liko a club. It is believed that tho Speaker will hardly smilo his wov through. Democrats' here aro just letting this family quarrel take its course. Anything docs tor a pre text, nnd a rupture of the radicals bos been inevitable for throe months. All Iho bottled iro of tho House against the Sennlo, concerning impeachment. civil tenuro.nnd Indiun affairs will be uncorked in Ibis discussion. The end is not yet. A Dirty Bi.ai kocarh "Petroleum V.NuHhy,"ns he calls himself, reud a Itadit-ul lipcech in the Court House on Wednesday evening of last week. Tho lini'.'S that make thieving in high pla ces rcsccianie, tiring audi low black guards as Nasby to the surfaco as lecturers, and oven as preachers. Ten years ago no respoctablo audience would havo listened to this man's pro- futio and indecent Dilutions ; but wo havo changed all that. Met, whose calling is to tench reverence lor the word of God peoplo who profess Christianity, sit contented under ihe droppings of this mun's vulgnrity and prolunity; join tho ribald laugh, nnd onjoy the sacrilegious jest. The world will bo hotter when such voices as Nasby's aro heard only in rat pita, or wuko tho echoes of low groggorios As a lecturer, even if lis werodecont, he is beneath notice or criticism. Ytnango Sptclator. On t'a t. f-'wiM'l inn A jnril : ileal is betnit Mid about Imlling the ! (,'nvrrmiiriil In the eiiortnotia rsilimid j stilmnlirs, but f. w people hnvn nn .adequate bbn of the extent of the mvindliiiii. One) inlniiet w ill illus- train. Tho Pacilhi railroad from 1 1 lintiba to Salt. I.uko is 1,1011 -nilea I long, on which 1 ,ti:it) mile ol t rat k hns i been laid. The a"! mil eostof building I lliia ronif art far rninntc! ed. waa S:IS.. Kit H..I. So much the company ha. rxpriiucn. uiiwrium hiisii ivmiru: I There is a anbsidv of land to the nmount ufl7,OV.',000 acres, which, a'. l 25 per acre, is worth $Jl,312,(Ml(t. Thero aro Government bonds lo (ho amonlit of 8,.r)0-l.0(l0. Thero are first mortgage bonds standing before the Government lien to tho amount of J,')('i,r(i7,CSi). Tho whole amounting to IO7,4li.'l,(i!i0 received by tho com pany to olfsot tho expenditure of $;!H, f 21,801. In other words, tho Govern ment hits paid lor constructing the I'ueilic road, so far, und give" tho road and a Imiiiuh of (MiHJ0.)8,8"9. IV'tirrdilfin ( Ya.) Srntinrl.. Inchf.ankd Cost or the Arm v. What is nil this trash about reducing tho army! Aay with it. Does this look liko reduction r S:HIO,000 for ro cruiling this your, to $100,000 on tho same account las'.; $500,000 for cloth ing commutation this year to $200,000 Inst; $8,500,000 for horsos and mules lo last year's 85,000,000 ; subsistence ;. 600,000 in excess; and finally, $1:1, 105,500, totul, called for this year against $.'I.'I,OH2,0'J3 last an increase of $10,112,407. liedut-lion indeed! Why, here aro ten millions increaso at tho first blush, and nobody knows how muny more millions to come, like thieves in tho night, in the shape of deficiency bills, "to correct nn error," und so on, and so on. And yet these impudent michers dure to pruto about reduction 1 Judgment Notes. The Commis sioner of Intcrnul Beuciiuo has recent ly decided thutii judgment noteshould bo stumped at tho usual rate of prom issory notes, being fivo cents for every $100, or fractional part thereof, with five cor. is additional, on account of tho clause, "without defalcation." This decision is made under the clauses of tho internal I'evenue Inw, which provide that no stamp dutv shall be charged npon any warrant of attorney accompanying a bond or note duly stamped. Gerald Eaton, who murdered Tim. olhy llecnan, a brother of John C. Hccnan, tho pugilist, in Philadelphia, last summer, is to bo hanged on tho 25th of February. larvifl On the 1 1th of February, 18f V, hy the Rir. A. W. Germ, Mr. WILLIAM ItOSfi &. P1I K Hf-ON tn M M..1K A. roHTCBi Wth uf Uwrcnc tow ml. ip. On the 1Mb of February, M69, hy tue Iler. A. W. Get br, Mr. JOSEPH 1). LAUKIMEll to Mm LIZZIE K. FL'LLLKTOXi both of LawrrnM tiwnetiip. On tbe B:b of FrWuary, IMG, by the Rer.A.W. Opt. Mr. WM. M. A HAMS, of M-lnUr. Centre couuty, to Mini LIZZIE W. FORREST, of CU-arllclJ Bridgo. OaifHJ eouoly. On the 7th of Fhrunry, 189, by H. J. Pi.orrr, EmW Mr. WILLIAM K0IH.NSON, of Jordan lowDi-h.p, eicnrftcM county, to Mm A NX A E. DON ELY, of Tyrone City, Rtair eounty. On Ihe llih of February, U69, bf Jdnur Eva!M. Eq., Mr. RKV MORE ROM, of Curwrntt. ville borftufrh, to Miu ALICE J. Dl l KLEHAR GER, of Pike townihip, Cltirflrld pouoty, pg. In Clearneld.on Saturday, tin I3lh of February, 1819, CORNELIA, ercond dnughtcr of W. W. md Mauaii J. BtTTi, aged S years and 9 dayi. "Gone in the worn ing And there is no night there." $fn drfrtisfmrnt. Ki.asTi:H't.oTi(iiN,,lir,i,i,,r.h, riv.n that tbo fullowin. acenunls hara kMn J.umirj and riassnl br ma. anit rrinain Bird of m--nrl in this) uflite rr Ilia inspection of hairs, Irpatrea. erlititrs, and all ollipra in an.otlirr w.v Inlrrstwt, and will be prtsmM U Ih. nnl tlr .ban's iarl ol Claarficld county, lo h brlil at lb. I oun llnuw. in lha borough or ClrarflrM. com mrnrint; on the third Mnorlsr of Marrh, IM9. Kinal amount of 1. W. H'ri(lit. adininlilrator of the eslaleof 8, 1). Khule, l.le of Brrcaria town shii, doceasrd. ItrnisTna'a Orrim, 1 A. W. M:B, rirarflrld, 1'a., Dm. 10, IMlS.Jt. lUgialer. IN 1 Hl:(lK-MAVt7t HI OFCLKAK" SHd eoonl. Pa. Petition af William Wirharls and Sarah Ml rhals for sperino prrforraaane of contract with lsaiie Price, deceased. Whereas, the ebnre fclitlon was fllrd In tbe Oihans' Coarl nf t'lcarS'ld conntr, Janaary 14, lS, and the Court directed a citation to Issiie In Ihe hcira of Isaac Price, deceased, and all iartfrs in interest, flow iht Is to notify ,?n and each of rou to apiear af tha Drrt daj'of Mar.-h lenn, IffiU. of aaid Court, to sbr,w cause if anr, wti.r specific performance should not be decreed of the contract abore mentioned. fcbH-et A. W. LKK, Clerk 0. C. Farm for Sale or Rent. rilllB undersigned desires to aell or rent a farm 1 aituata uilliin S( miles of Clearfield. Con. dilions reason. l.le. For fur ther partienlan. call lu pcreon or address lha subscriber, al Clearfield Pa. ''' ! R. 11. MIAW. B ARti aFxs ! IlAlTo AIXS 11 Farms, Timber Land & Horses FOIt SALK! 'TlllE anlirril.r, d.simas nf dirnMinff of M. real and norannal pninrrty, oftera lha fullo. in rare n.ortunilT fur bargains: ONB FARM sitnnta In (liranl lotrn.hip, and knnwn aa tha "I'lamliua ItuisHol Farm," adjoin ina: Inni nf Ana:. Layout, and olhnra. cin!.ininf llsll Arrea, fifty of hich arr rlraml. srita to. dis.lllng housrs, barn and T.unc nrrhartl thrmin. Als... THK BUI K IU N FAIIM, ...niainir.. 1(M Arrea, smr ol wlilrh aro rlrand, Kith dwrllinf liou.r, hnrn, and other onlhuiLlin,., t . irrth.r irilh ln thririnf yoonf; orrhartls tbrioon. .Ms... PFVERAI, nTIIi:R FARMS and trads of TI.MIIKK l.ANDH for ssla. ron RFT.Thr FAW .MII.1, 1 HWKI.I,. INll IIIM ;.S at Ilia moulh of llror Crr.li will ha ranud, or let lo run l.r tin thoaaand. la suit persona. W-FOl'll HEAD f'F WORK llnnsKS.and IlAUNElSr. will be sold on reasoiiaole u.rnis -A narraln Is o(T.r.l In rh i f the ftire- cmn,: propostlions. Tha terms will he maileeasT. Kiirtlt.r inrornialion eon In ol.tained Wt railing on the premises. nr by a'ldressing the undrrsignod, al Franrhrilla P. O., I'learflil.l W'lH-lf. h. M. (Ol THIKT. VI DITOII'H RllTKI'.-In th. Sn.l rount of John llli.oro and James A. lllnom. eieentnrs of Isaan lllocm, rleeented, lha anditnr appoinled to report on .aid aeeount and .keep tiuns, will near the same at his nftiee in t'laaraeld, on Saliir.lar, Mareh Oih, I "f,., al I I'. XI. lei.ll .11 pel. 1MIAKI, Tr.ST,' Andllor. ('I ATI' It) Nhm.AU perai.ns an hereby oaulloned ) against purebas.ng or in anr wat mrdilina Ih the following prjperIT, sis: One hnreso nne sink, one iron kellli", one sat of ehairs, l.. nf dish, ee, hit nf erorkrrTWare, three pair ol hedsleds ai.d lira Wlll-V., wilh eloihea f.r Ihe same, now in the possesion of F.li Fee, of Flrarlr town. hip, as lha swaa. were purrhasnl hf as. at nonstable sale, and are left with Dim on loan. frl.ll-.1l pd. . JOHN llrilKRI.lNd. IN Till; COURT OK COMMON pl.EA of Clearfield eount. Fa roi.im.is (Jams Vll. II..Ktt.Aa T ItttQ ''""Mi II AUnRTT. 1 b sndcnif nrd. appointed to distribute tbe tli. sale of defendant's ml ironr-v arittnjr Iroin Ill.tBtrftatlH m lb. niL -a? Is . . ' v. vh MR .if m 01 r piiruary, at l p Ja 1.611. t fi. IriKAbL laial, Andllor. )!(" ;Mifrltfrmrnts. BlacKsmilh Stand for Salo It til. UN llol'K. tol I I'M 1 I I ISO ll I K ' in n ai. I well Slushed.! I', r r Mil I.. n.liee i"i I Ilie lireoitsi S In M. H. WltMIIT. b"ji'.'''''1i:j I ... f 1 I "I nil I U JZZ'ZZ pnl"riR Hruricr . naoii. ol 1CK toiiut, tti: Hit bf.ru t and hartiMi, Iwn wnir'sn, two (win pipi( chain a, iiirraiti, grab, aurl nanthoi fc lino brill and eukinj( Hove, iatd jirojorty trl(iuir 11 me, and ii uljrct to my mli r. IrMI 3t i. W. blilMMEL. IN Till! IHMTIIK T C Ot'IlT OK TIIH I'M ) b)l KTATKiS for tbe Wrxtcrn Ihilnct of Pennsylvania. Kpknkik MtMAflTKit, ii Rmikriipl under th Aet of rongrrisftof March 3d, 167, biti iug applied fur ft ditvhaife from all hn dolti. and other claimi provable under laid Art, Ily ortli-r nf the Court, notice ii bcrcliy givi-n, to at) peruini who barr proTinl their ditit, and other pern mi tnfcrrstrd, to appear on the tfih dny nf March, v,v, t ,u o'elock, A. M., bufure H, E. WuudrulT, Kxq., litg lotor in IlanxrupU'v, at hi olTn-r, in Philipilxng, Pa., to ihow Cftunn, if any they have, wfiv a ) charge ahoiild not be irranlrd to the laid Hunk nipt. And furihvr, notice it hereby frivea, that the Htcond and Third Mcetingx of Crrditon ol t li aid Dankmpt, rruirctl by the 27th and 2Sth Heotiuita of mid Aot, will bo held bi-lure tbe auid ItrK'itrr, at tht ifiinu time ami plncr. kbll 2U H. V. M.CANDLESS, Clotk. VCKNTM WAMT.I) FOR SKCRETfl OF THE ORKAT CITY a work deaeriptive of tne Virtuea and the Vieoi, the Myiteriei, Mii eriei and crime! of New Vork City. If you wiib to know bow Fortune! art made and loit In a day how fehrewd Men are ruined in Wall street; how Countrymen ar awtndlad by Hharperi ; how Miniitera and Merc ban u are Ulankuailed ; bow ban re Halli and Concert Ha,loom are aaau aged; bow Gambling Huuaai and Lotteriei are eun ducted; bow Slock and Oil Conpaoiei orig inate and how the liubblei Runt ; read this work. It enntaini 3i fine engraving ; telli all bout the Mtiteriee and Criuei of New Vork, and U the Soieieit and Cheapen work of U kind publiihed. PRICK ONLY t'i.ftO PER COPY jff-Seod for Circular! and tee our termi.and full description of the work. Addreia, JUNKS liROT IIKHH k CO, Pbiladelf.hia, Pa. CAUTION. Inferior w rka of a limilar ehar actrr are being etroalatKd. ties that tbe book a yon buy oontaia 86 fin aograriDgi and aell at "j-er eopy. Ictbl I J t To Wagonmakers. THK mbtwriWr it dciiroui of connrrting with hii bmiih Shop a ttnt-claii Wagon, Slngb and Hied ei(ablihu)f nt. A tood opportunity n offered to a wagnntnaker winbing to go into buii oeei. Thr lubMnWr run alio furnmh to appli cant a comfortable dwelling hounc ( nrar the shop) U dnired. HtNKV KLRNd. Curwemrillc, Feb. 11, lHf. A ZjU IC 13 3 U; COICKTRATKO IVDIOO. for the Laundry. It la warranted sot to streak, or la any man. ser tnjura tbe Bneet fabrics FO' FAMILY t KIT aold l FIVK oenls, TEN cents, and TWENTY c.nu boxes. Each TVKNTY can boi, besldri herlng ffra limes as mack blue as the PIVK eents box, contains a pocket pin euihion or amnry bst;. For Hotel and large I-eundry use, it is put np In f 1 Oil boies. I ae that each Boi baa proper Irade Hark. For ssle by febll in llAltrWirK mwi.v. SHRINCR'S m?,ll,nn In ARTtlVA, BROVCHITIS. BtfVin BPITTIMJ. PIITIH I.TY OK It II KATHISt: FAI V f.?...?.?,..K!l:,s I oi rui.sT.im! bi..:humc COLOIIINO AT MUIIT, Ae I. .Ill eBcluall," so. the Caih that frniueotl, follows Measl... ai.d anr alTceUoo of th. rwpir.lory rw., no mailer of ho loni euodln. or lu-ver the aceol II, c nenoa II acuasasce,uc. Is purvlr Trtelablr. and Is pleasant lo thr U.le Its I, aaoUiln,. allarlo, tl. leoceot the couth. brtlluili.(iMtakaaiIaiatji: Uia nerTes and tai.lliraUi.f Uic sjsbusa. Mothers, Save Your Children I child nar ii. .r rnorp. If tHs arm. I, a4 IT. '.',; "." '"" Mr"t err.mer.re. W. I.ml'.j .l.onld be 0,olll u, H)n.p. a. II.M fatal .s.e. ( KOI C,e. Ilk. a U.W P'u ,,h!, ,. 'MtoJblZ'J'''' """" M,d'c' " rrrfant aatjr (y DAVID E. FOCTZ, OtUimm, Hi For sal. kr llarlrwlrk k Irln ri.,.,.u .. I jT lnir;a;ists and storekeepers thrunnlmal the ' ""r . lebll-1. IIIV Till.; P. TKXTllOASTr.l) 1-OF. rEK, put up la ona pound papers, r.iinir.s f J or nlhar aubsUoca to sat. la Ii. Old Qne.rnment Java Coffeo. Prima Rio 1't.H... Furs U round Cclea. For sola bj J. p. KRATZER. EDWAUl)TiRKsTcoT" Flour IniiufactiirorM, And liaalera in GKAIN OF ALL KINDS, PiiiLipsBuitn, ;pa. VFt i.i, Ri rn.Y of FLorn, wheat. COIIN and CHOP nonstantlj on band, and lor rala at rales rvniarkalil low. frb If House & Lot fur Sale or Rent. P11B undersifrned now offers for aals.or rent, a 1. Hill KK and LOT, adjoining Ilia riling, of l.uihersl.ar( Th. house is new and wall nnislied, Is hr S3, wilh kitrhrn 12 hr 14. and atal.la. to. gelher with Hire and a half aerra of ground and spring of water. Tins Is an rioellt nt loratlon for a tannery, bliu-ktmilh. oal.inel-maker or carpen ter ahi.p. Tlia property will In fold cheap and on casr terms. For fortlier parlieulars. examine the premises or address the sao.eril.er. F. K. ARNOLD. Luthr.rtt.arg, Jan. 11, lRfi 3m. LlTHERSDl RG POTTERIES LulhtTkburg. ClrarOeld Co., Pa. FARMERS, MECHANICS& DAIRYMEN Look Herel 'pnF nnderslmed It prepared fn fomlsh ton 1 with tha best KTONFH AHR manufartnred in this ennntrr. lie has never yel failed to pleas. ma enosi ia.ti.nens. as lo quality or durability. wam ...R.iiii iii parr ui CREAM POTS OF ALL SIZES! Mil K CROCK! AND PAV, Fruit Cans, ffor Canuing Fruit,) Safety lubes, And In short KYKIIYTIIIVI osually mad. and kvpt in an establishment of this kind. NFRfHAXTS Ten h.r. Ihelr ware d.-lirered I.T me, at ANT Tl MR and lo ANY Pl.ACK dr.ired. Orders for ware solicited, and promptly filled. ,?jr-For general assortment, see Cafalogne anal Prira List, mailed free to applieanta. ,IA liWral discount will be gilren In the wholesale Irade, 1FI. C. KIRK. I.nthersbnrg. Fa., Dee. S. lar.S tf Grape Vines for Sale. VI.I. the leading hardr varlrlies of first nnal. lit. fliNi uHII CI'TTIXtIS, II M per hundred. CONCIlKIf V1K K8 only 10 rent.. Or der. s.. I, riled as soon al convenient, and rilled ia ro,Mi"". ..t A. M. llll-Ltj. Oarflild. Pa , AognM , 1"17. "VIC K AMI V KtmuS.T pnhltr l arrbTnoiin-Ml thai I hrftl.Mtrl...if nw'ht to make and sell Hnnineen's Patent OA It HINIJ (for rafls) in l.'learflrld eountyi and that any person or persons making or ee ing the aatne in eaid county, without aultiority frum ana, will be doait with aa the lew directs. M. T. CCTLKR. t nrwenstllle Tell. 4, lar.u sirprl. SIIIK(.I,K WAbJTI l!.The blgbesl market price will be peid for No. 1 l.tiNd billNOlby J. p. RHATZRH frV rr" J" VhU.trtf Iphi.i 'AdvnlUrmrnti. 'bankers; cO No. 15 South Third Street PHILADELPHIA. xENEiuf Agents, C PENNSYLVANIA A OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Tin. K a Tint a l Lira ltfnAetra (Vimpat U a ent imrnr.i ic i.t"rr.i iiv p.ot4i Avl ol Cua.crflM.avp prwVi-0 Jul) wtltt CASH CAPITAL, H ,000,000, FULL PAID. I.ih"til frrmi rttT-r d to A c-tili and Solicitors, who ai- in vliffi tu Bpi'ly ulrmr ufTlf'tj. fill ln-i lie iltrii I oii'l tin RnpllraMoB tt oar Afflfiai, IfHinr-o In Kip n-fl o-l trrT it unr llttntunx H'.n-r', iifrt clients noiI Pnii.tiixeiti, fiiiiy o-n rit'tn toe tWTikBig.- iflie 1 ,y t fi - i;itit,jii' , timy b ttml. I'.. W. ( L (HU it, CO., A" 6ii Hautk THti 4 SL It. V. lUHr,I.. MinaR;cr. J. . THOMAS. Agent for Centre and Clearfiuld count ic, 1'a. auj;2U-isly 628 HOOP SKIRTS, 628 Aod CORSETS, CORSETS. wmTtIhopkins, Vo. G1H rch Street, M'tUVa. miVTACTVRKH Of TMI Celebrated "Champion" Hoop Skirts FOR LADIES, MlbbEsJ AND CI!lI,InKN. The largeat assortment, and best qaality and styles in tha American Market, lirery lady should try tbein.aa tbey reooininend theinselree hy wearing longer, retain in i; their shape n-mcti beter. beins; lighter and more alaitie than otb ers warranted in every respect, aad sold at ery low rrirot. Ailt fur lfo kin'i "CIJAM PIOS" SKIRT huperfur Hand-made Whale lion Corsets ip fifteen different grades. Including tSe "Iitinri al" and Thoiup'n A Landon's "ULOVK FIT TING" COKSETS, ranging in priees from ft I eents to $i 10 together ilh Joseph Beckel'i eelebrated PIlENCI! WOVEN CUKSETi, aupe Hor shapes and quality, ten different grades, fro ui 91 It) to $5 60. They are the flnest and best goods for the prices, ever imported. The Trade supplied witS Ueop BkirU and Corsets at the lowest rates. Those visiting tba city should not fall to call and examine our goods and priees, as we defy all competition. March. 1, 1869 ly JOHN M. MELLOY, MAHtrAcrt'axR or Plain, Japanned & Stamped Tinware 1D BMLM 1M llnaae Furnlililng Cuuda. Tin Itoufliig nnd . Condurlnr Plpea. No. 113 Market Blre.t, auEljr rillLADKLriJIA. DREXEL & CO., ISo. 3t HoutU Third Kfret-t, PlillaJflpa aC.M'AIJIt.S And Dealers in Government Securities. Application by wail will rtnn prompt alt ra tion, and all InformatiuD cbuerfally luriiinhrd. urnert soiu-itea. aprl l tf REIZENSTEIN BROS., Manutactareri of and Wboleralt Dealers ia MEN AND HOYS' CLOTH I NO, 411 Market Hill Merchant Htrrct, augl 7J PIIILAnKI.I'HIA, Fa. 1868 winter. 1868 JAMES, KENT, SANTEE & Co., Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods. V... ( 1T .id . tit u , ,.. ' Ai". aiw, -( , in . t am du. rillLAbKLPHIA. We are now prepared with our usual extensive and wetl-a-rti'd utocb to olfcr extra indue tunts to CASH lit V LKS. aprll-tf STRETCH, BENNETT & Co., (ttaereifors lol'etrr T. Writrhti Co., ivranTKi s or inn nrt ett ii DRUGS AND MKDICINES, If an Brandies 4 Wines for Medical purposes. j.13 87 No. SOU Market St., i'liitad'a. BENSON, CAMPBELL & Co., No. I? N. Fifth 8t. and 434 Commaroa, PfllLAPELPllIA, Pa., WHOLESALE GROCERS. And Commission Merchants, run. ma aai.aj or Wool, Qinfrng, Fur Fkins, F.alhers. Lealhsr. Flaif!.ed. liricd Fruits, Clorar Seed, Roots, Deer Fklnt. Putter, Ileeswal, Sheep t?klns, Bggs, An., ae., 4e. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. Warkly Prira eurront forwanlad on requaiU J una 11. IMA Jt:r-I DK A I' M S b LIM'N E.iTiTcA T A iTrTi lrrtt(l with tho atmuat tucc bv lr. J. ISAACS, M. I)., and Tnifonmr ol 1him of the Kre and tar in the Mutual Co linn of I'mnfrl- vania. t xrnn fsperirnrr, (furmrrlt of l.rTiifn, Holland.) No. M)i Arch Ktrrrt, I'hil'a. frati muniali ean ba Hn at hii other. Tht medical faculty art invitrd to accompany their pntienti, a he haa no aoorvta in bu prolriro. ArtiBvial txv$ in-ertfd without paiu. No charpt fr x. amiiiatiim, (jrlft ly. EV STOCK! STYLES!! FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY GOODS, AT Miss SUSAN HEED'S, MARKET ST, CLEARFIELD, PA. ITaTing just received all the novelties of Ihe season in the Millinery line, request the ladiea to call and examine them. Cleernold, Pa.. Nrv t, 1M51. READING FOR ALLH JiOOh'S STATIOSLRY. Markrt at., Cliar-lcld, (at the PoM Oflire ) 'Iil K andftvncd btfi I two to annonnpa to th- riliifna of ClrarflM and viciiiit?, thai ht h-i flttvd np a room and haa Juit rotnrnod (ron lha eiir iih a larpa anmunt of raadinj manor, i onining in part of Bibles and Misccllanooas Books, nUoh, Acrodtit and Pun Trn of rr d frrtptlon l'ar and Kuroloiti, F-nch prwpfd and plain; Ton and Pencil; Hlank, Ljal Tapori, IMd, Morttarr( JuHinent, Eirnp tlon and I'roraiMory nmca Wbito and I'aroh; uirnt Ilrif T, 1- cl Cap. ltrrorj Tap, and Bill Can . tS)it, Mu fie f-r Htber Plann, f tm or Vtulia rontstantlr on hand. Any boki or tuitonrrj drlrd that I muj DM hara on band, wit) be or. ordrrod by Ant eapram, aad aold at wholnaala crrrtailto suit Qtiftomara. I will aUo harp periodical llioratara, tttch a Maiatlna. Newi, papora, Ao. p. A. UAUU. r!arBfid Mnr 7, mtin ti VI1IMTRATttVM SUTU l--NotiPf it hrhT ftwn that Irttorp. f M'ttniniMnktina a tha wliifl (f JOHN I K N A Rl, drcrai-.t. I having bttn dqly raniri to ih nnrfmi.n. ali Urttmii Hi.lrhtM to fmA .tata will prrsnns inilrhled to said aetata will pra mnke pamenl, and those baring ctalma or drmaa.lr ill preeent inem prnerly nnthnticatrd for eH tlemrnt It. I.FONAHD. Adea'x. jenSK t 1IKNBY I. MKAIIK. Ado- r. 1l TH' .( t lrtl AHI.I.K' KFI'.H. We hate printed a large aumlw nf th. new I ICK MLL, and will nn tha receipt of twentt. ntenente. mail a oopt fo any eridress. nstja 11I1T tbaDFMOCBATlC ALMASAC. Only 1) locate, beery rmr sb-H baearsjt tf t durational. MIR3 H. S. BWAKfl SCHOOL FOR GIRLS ri i uu ill. i. IA 'pil hl lllNil HUM. of tw.mr.two w-k., 1 will e.winenoe o Moi. lar, I . braarr I, I tl. IKliMH OF.Ti:iTI'iN. Reading, Orlliogtaphr, Wiilnig.lli J't ls s.ns, I'rimar A t il litnelio and Primary tienitraptir, .r half tnlu, (of eleven weuks.)...; I 00 flislory, l.oeal snl descrlplive ll.ofrapliy Willi M.p Drawing, tliainmar, Menial and Written Aritboielic ' t It AlgW.rft and tha Relencai For full partitulars aend for Circular. ricaii.lJ, No.. II, 1M Sm. ... t Ot aug6'68 CLEARFIELD ACADEMY. Rev. P.t, Harrison, A. M.( Principal. rpilS THUD SKSSION of the present rho X (tif year of this Institution will commence on MONDAY, the 8th day of Fehruery, Puptta ean anter at anytime. They will be oh arte ml with tuition froia tbe tint they eater to tot ciete o lbs Session. 1 be course of instruction embraoes every thing included in a thorough, practical aod aceoiu plistied education fur bothseies. Tbe Triueipal, bavins; had tha advantage of macn experience la bis profnssioar asmres pa rents and icuardians Hist his entire ability and energies will be devoted lo the moral and men tal traiuitif nf the youth planed ender bn charge. Orthography, heading. Writing, and Primary Arithmetic, per Session f II weeksj $i WO Qrsmtuar, (Jeograpby. Arithmetic, and lii'tury $8 00 Algehre, Geometry, Trigonometry, Men suration, arreting, Fhiluenphy, Phyit olof v. Choir iitrr, Book Keeping, Botany and Physical Usngraphy . . - $9 00 Latin. Ureek and French, with any of tbe above Branches - - - - S 12 00 -.o 4rduftion will be made for absence. arrcr rortrierpartirourt Inqnlre of Kev. K L. IMHHIbON. A. M.f Feb. 4, UV tt. b;38J Principal a. r. aorvroK... ...GEO. I. TOt VO BOYNTON 4, YOUNG, FOUNDERS &. MACHINISTS Menufaotarere of PORTABLE & STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES Corner of Fourth and Pina Straata, C LEARI ILLD, PA. n A VIN'O engaged In I lie manufacture of first elaas MACHINE 11 T, we respectfully inform the public that era are no predated to 111 all orders aj cheaply and aa promptly aa oaa be done in any of tbe eitiea. We manufacture and deal in Mulay and Circular Saw-Mills, Head BIok, Water Wheela, Shafting Pullets, QiHord'e Injector, Steam Oaugea, Steam Whistles. Oilers, Tallow Cops, Oil Cops, Gauge Cocks, Air Cocke, Olofco Valrea, Check Valve, wrought Iron l'ipea, Slrata Pumpa, Boiler Feed Pomps, Ami Friction Metre., Soap Stone Parking, Gnu Park ing, and all kinds of MILL WORK; ((.gather with Plows, Fled Sides, COOKAXD rARLOR STOVES, and other CASTINGS of all kinds. 4rOrilen solicited and filled at cily prices. Alt letters ef inquiry with reference to machinery of our manufacture nromnlli answered, bt addrra. ing ns at Clearneld, Pa. dcclO tf B0TST0S A VOtSQ, I'tnniucj lills. L. Tteed, .N0TICE.w:V Powell. F. Weaver, Belts a. Li. iii:s:i a co. CLEARFIELD PLANING MILL ALL RIGHT! 'pilB propri.torare.peclfolly Inform Ibeeitisens A of Clearflcld cionlt. that thet bare anlirelt refilled this establishment with tbe latest improved wood-working machinery, and are new prepared to cierute all orders in their line of business. They will give especial attention to the manuleo ture of material for boose building, such aa FLOORING, WEATHER -BOARDING, sash, Doors, blinds, BBJ CKETS tf .VOt LM.VGS, OF ALL 8TTLK8, We always bare on hand a large stoek of DRY M'Mr.ER.and will pay cash for all clear Laniher. One and a half Inch panel Huff prrferrtd. Lumber Manufactured to Order, Or ejchansed, lo suit cuMomcrl. Ordcn solicited, and Lumber furniil.ed on short notice and on reaeonat.le terms. o. l. m:rn a co. Clearfield, Not. 7, lff.7. R. PTTO!l.. A. Ijivi.... ..Jomji pAxroi. ..J. ic in in. E. B. PATTON & CO., Hiring filled np a Irsl-olase PLANING MILL Are prepnrri to furnish all kinds of Manufactured Lumber, uch u Flooring. 8idinff, Surface-rressed Lum ber, Saib, Doors, Blinds. Aod arary drMriptioc of PLAIN AND FANCY MOTJLDTKfl 1 SUV U XaVIA U. TXt' firalert will and It te their edrantaga to eonsnlt nor prioee before jeretieing elsewhere. Address, . U. PA1TH.N A CO, Curwenstille, Dee. I. IRttg tf Clearneld eoonly, Pa. (HRM4 PKAJ J Hbeker Cor, . H sainj, kene. Tt sale by i. r. mATn. iPrp (fioofll, Cromlft, rt. GREAT EXClTnMENx l) Sicond mm, Ciniiriiik NEW GOODS AT LOTC nuj fpriB BoJerslgnerl "'fertfally Brli, .1 1 t'Ml ef Ih. !.. Ire gerersH, ,. , l Iru lld as'irtment of ai.rrbae Hi., all,, art aow aalliuf AT VKRY tow rrticu. Thslr alack eoniliis In Dry Goodg of the Best Qualitj Suoha. Prims. Da I.aiars, Al. Oingh.ni.,Mo.lln.,lble.,h,d and ed,, Irilltngs. Il.k,. M ' wool Har.nel..Satin.ti.,Ca.,MI Cottonaas, Lad.es' Khs.li ' KubiasA Hoods, Ualmvral ' and Hoop fcklrts, Ae., Alio, a Ana assortment of Men's Draa.r. Skirts, Hat. A taps, U(,i, A iUMfc' U; all of which WILL BB BOLD LOW Fon CASH Hardware, Queenswarc, G!aswa:t, Urocenos and Spices. X SHOUT A GENERAL ASSORTHEj; Of eterytbing nsaally kept in a null IU . CUEAP FCIU CAMU or approted aoaatry j duea. A. K. WRIGUT i SCSI ClearS.ld, Ket.T , 1867. Jlrugs & rttt ttirinrs. II 13 51 OVAL,. HARTSWICK & IRWIN, DKUGGISTS, .narkrl Hlrtrt, Vltarfuld, Pa. TK beg leers to Inform ear oil ail i,, e r eestomere. that we bat. rcmored eir . tablishment lo tha apacious new bni ding u, .reeled on Marked street, neatly enjoins, u, Mansioa House on the west, sad oppe.ii. )l.m (iraham A Sons' ftore t where wa rtipselfii. intite tbe publie t3 eome aod buy their Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicinei OILS, PAIKTS ASD TAR5ISUU Our stoek of Drags and Medielaes ntiiiir eterytbing used, selected with the (rnw eara, and WA1RANTED 8TEICTLT Kll: We alio keep a full stoek ef Dyes. Perfsarm. T.iiiet articles, koeps. lo-.lh ll .b-t. Hi Krusbes. Whitewaeb Brushes, aedererjsli. bind Brashes. We bate a large lot of WHITE LEAD, TURPENTINE Flar.eed Oil, Paints, and ia fact eteritl,. teed in tbe painting easiness, wLirh a. tl, city pttcee to ca.n buyers. TOBACCO AND SEGAti.', Confcctitnsrt, Spices, and the largest ststi . tenet i ea eter offered in this l iars, and aarru ed to be ef the best tbe Mark.t atfrnds 1. a. HAitrwirL ID, ISf.S. JoliS T. 11". IX. NEW ARRANGEMENT. .f. . .ir. onvavisr (Second street, opposite tbe Coart Beats,) CLFAHFIELO, Pena'a. rinHE subscribers respectful!, ennoaneetlsti L cilii.ns ef Clear 6. Id aad ticiaity, tbat t i saa now cn nana a lull supply of DUUGS, PATENT JIEWCIXE.1 Dye Stuffs, Tobacco, Cigars, Conf.eticsir Stntinnert Ac. PHYSICIANS Will find hi. , tick of Progs FCLL and CCV PLETS, and al a tery alight adtanea ct Enu prieee. SCHOOL HOOKS. Tearbera and others will b. fnr,.l.i.J clarrical and aaisetlUneooa books It .mr.M J STATIONERY. Consisting of Cap, Flat Cap, Foolscap, Letter si r.rruia.a rote repere also, a tery Beet fie of Mi.arnlng Nt. Peperand Kntelopes ea kat Pane, Pencil.. Ink. Ao. HOl'SEKEErEns Will tnd a full stork of PVRK SPICFR, POP SODA API1. Concentrated I.VF. POAP. e. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Are reouestedtoeiataine hie stock of Perfnu.' Hair Oila, Fine Ttrll.t Poapa, Brutbss, Cowl vii. f-eii.. rn, ate. SMOKERS AND HI EWERS Will Ind a full 'opply of prime Chewing rmeaiog lutm ' O, Imported end Del CIGARS, f cuff. Fine. Cut. Ae . Ae. CARBON OIL, Of tbe best brand, alwsya ei band. LIQUORS. The best quality ef Liqaors always ea head, oaemrat purposes. ""Physicians' Prescriptions promptly earefallT eomnoun.led. Aprl . 1M. A. I. FITA w J. K. BOTTORF'S PHOTOGRAPH CALLER MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD. PA. T)ER?OXS desiring fiOOI PICTI RKS.r.1 A ettle and price, witb all the modern aients ef the an, can he aocoiamodatad br ea at tny rooms in Clearfield. Negatives made in Cl.Wy as well as Clear Weather. CHILDREN'S PICTrilES taken arcar. in a few seconds. Tbe TONE and F1XT5II of tnt rkotce goaranteed to ennl that of ai.y luaue ta I sj in j uir or ..in i ;r, Coniisntiy oo ban.i a large ruj.p'y of Frames, Albums and Stereoscc; Or all aiica, stvlea and prices, and of thr bnish. Als, STEREOSCOPIC VIE W of the most intrreslinf AMI KH A FURI.ir.X KtM for sale at reasonable rates, FRAMES OF ALL tilts, From ant style of short notice. ' nculding, made t ori- J K B0TT01 Oteerneld. Pee. 1(1. IMS tf FRANCIS COUTRIET, M KliO'I ANT. rrmcbvUIc, liarBrld C ounly. T Keep, nonslantly on band a foil as-orto ea Kry tioods. Hardware, ttroorriei. and aeerrll n.nally kept In a retail store, wlnrh w.ll l for oash. as cheap a elsewhere in the county.; Frenrbvilie, June 17, IKHMy. J to. ignT...:..asaT aLita W. ALBERT 4. BROS Msnufaoturera 4 eat.ns.te Peelerem 1 Sawed Lumber, Square Timber, WOOULAND, PENN'A. M-0rds lili. ' " D""1 and reesonehl. Unna. I Add Wealaal P 0., Ctea n.'d (V. P bJVI. W. ALPbPT W "