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("LEAH PI ELD, PA.
MTHNKOAY MOHNINO. .UNB U, 171.
Terms of Subscription,
Jf paid In advaoo.or within throe inonthi 00
If pail sfler three aul heftcr ii month 1 60
If ster the epi-tion of sis months... I 0
?- All article to lucure insertion in tlili
pjn r nl.uul t be bnndi-d In early on Tuesduy
MtrniiT. as R to pre at 12 o'clock, (noun.)
Methodist r.pWrnpal Churrh TIpt. J. II.
)v.inn, Pa tor. Pnhlio Hcrrieo every Hablath,
i m A M., and 74 P. M.
S.ihv.ll. School at OA. M.
Prayer Metnir every Thursday, at 7J P. M.
C'tnimtuiixn F.-rvice, flnl Sabbath of erery
Bonih, nl 14 A. M.
M. Andrew' t hurrli F.lHeopaI Rot.
Oeoick Mali.. Public 8rvicc bundity morning
kt 10 o'clock, and at 7 P. M. Sunday School at
J P. M. Prayer Medina; Wednesday evening
4t 7 o'clock.
prcbytorU ChurchRev. Mr. BrrMtn.
PuMio Service cyery ouw!i.u, Wwraing and errs
IliptUt CUarch Kv. W. n. Stitrtnn, Pas
tor. l'u'lto semce ovury Sabbath, morning or
PniTV Thick. Tho ftllow who stolo the copy
-of ihc lifphbi'iean, dated Oct. 15th, 1808, from our
file &m1 otherwise mutilated the 41e, bad better
return that number, beoatiso we are not in a very
g.ul humor ovu-r the dirty trick. j
Unpatkntm. Lands Wo cull thej
attention of oar reader to the letter of the Bur-1
vcyor tiencraland ilic Aot of Assembly published
on our first page relating to the title of unpatented
Jamil. TlitMC who know themselves to be in pos
teiuiua of such lands should ate that their title it
perfected at an early day.
Additional Mkmhkrr. Two more
members were last week added to Clenrfleld'i al
ready largo delegation in the Western Penitenti
aryJohn fitaggart and a young man named
fjuukc, whose name Indicate hir color, who was
sent up for one year for bal ing gobbled up tome
of hie uncle's caflh.
Tub pAirt The lady members of
the t'atholie congregation heM a Fair and Festi
val the past week in this place, which, we are
pleated to learn, proved largely remunerative.
Among the articles disponed of by chance wis a
silver teasel, gold watch, gold hea led enne, silver
A FAtLtnc The acwond week of oar Court
proved failure. The causes ant down for trial
were either settled or postponed. The understand
ing now is that we are to have a four weeks' term
in November, for the purpose of trying and clos
ing out all the old cases on the record, so that in
the future eases wilt be tried within sis months at
furthest after being planed on the list.
Aror.nnr. Vi iniim.ilod twowpokd
a i(o that one of our "country bote) keepers" had
invested $110 for counterfeit saw-dust money.
Thl lie informs us is not the fact having invested
U'.icah in paw-dun.1 watt'lic. We therefore retract
eo fur ns charging him with engaging in the eoun
trr.'eit hurincna. The school of experience is a very
(loir t.'hool for some people to li-arn in, yet the
ro'.mi are becoming niore crowded every year, .
hence wc may soon expect a large invoice of wise
Tiirc lNrmrrs atk. A lnnatit,
named Alice Kvller, IW Hobby, a vrry erwy
w-.msn who has hern lo-ked np in oar prison for
mm? time pnt, to the great annoyance, of Sheriff,
Jailer and resident neighbor, was last week re
roirod to the Asylum at Harrinburg. Two day
6r!rr another, named H.vah Ann OuM-CmiVIin,
imilarly afflicted, was plueej in prison. Her dis
tress "cms to he periodical and not an violent as
that of the former. Steps have been taken to
s?nl her to the Asylum.
List of loiters rrmtiininflj nnclnimod
in the Pofi-:i at Clearfield, Pa., for the wci-k
ervliii .lune I 2li, 171
Hilling. K. N. 3
fhle, Mrs. Ilell.
rrj1lJ.-ll, (I. W.
Frantr, M'-!. Mary,
(iibson, . W.
Join ft, Iticbard
J'lhiiKtnn. Wro. M.
Lenii, Mrs. Kale
Lenilf r, John
Miles, Mwn M.
Mosx, i ideon M.
Mt lloy, Jamil U.
M a v es, ' W .
Miller, Mrs. Mary
M oiler, K.
I'taii-rm.Mi, I) at) it 1
Rofs, Joe. (1.
Hbarp, J. II.
Will-on, Miss Antha
Wiwr, Mim M. K.
P. A. llAUilN, P. M.
A Ffll'Teum John Stajrgart, who
hs l been conrnicd in our prison for some time nn
d r v.i;-'.om elmres, was latt w--k sentenced 1o
the IVni'entiary for three years. John is a slip
pey Mhw, an I an expert in getting out of pris
on. After his removal the prison was searched
tn I two wooden skeleton keys, a saw knife, and
otVr implementi Tor jnil breaking, were found
secreted in cracks; beside, a large iron bar bad
I' en remove I, broken into three pieces and shoved
up the stave-pipe, while the bolts which held
licr bar had been sawed off and heads made
out of hard soap and blackened over so as to lini J
tVe the iron bolt brads. A key ward wa also
f 1 behind John's ear. His long hair is there
fore of sora pnrpouc, but we sujpeet that his Al
legheny friends will shear his twin and he will he
erjmjvlld to earry hie fr'ys in m other pocket.
F:.Hxnrt is an intelligent, shrewd fellow and
s!i 4hl have turned bis attention to some legitl
A Xrw Pprr. The Huntingdon
G'.ht nn: "The Kev. Cyrus Jeffrie not long
tin-e n1i a '.tied a ebarr for the orirsnitation sf a
n-n re!iiio,in e. The hading feitiire in the
drw;rincs of this nrw im is ho-;i!ity to the ortho-d-ii
do'-'rini' of the resnrreetton nf the natural
l."lv. Mr. Jeffrien ha- n-iirreeted th long since
xjiiode4 doetrine of the llno-'ties on the re'urrr
tmn. a small s-et of heretie that existid in b
r-ind eentitrv ; and upon this rock he builds "The
h ireh of Christ in America." On la-t Sabbath
M . fonn hr of this new seel prea 'In d and B'lmin-i-tered
the orditinnee of baptism to five adults in
S'l.rins-fiftd town-hip. this county, three of whom
be iinmerrd and the other two be baptised Wy
W. to th.t .h. fc. h.t n,t
Inwrri or Mr. Juries in fpnnir lo in lowusnm art
tiely engaged in erecting a boase, io which this
j-Niu'.Ur dciriin will be r -ariy promulgated."
This man Jeffries is a bumbng of the first water,
to whl-h many eltitens of this county can testify.
Those alive who:n he cheated and duped sixteen
vs ajo still have a distiot reeHtiea of his
impositions. We know no man more birrldly
afllieted with the Joint disorders of fool and knave
than Ttev. Cyrui Jeffries, although esteemed so
highly is one section of our eonnty at one lime
(hat a poitofBee wa established and named after
IT-, Pitiur On WPilneAflHT '
- t ; . ti u .u r H.fi
townshtp. wo lodged in prison in default of two ,
thousand dollars bail, charged with placing oh
stmctinns en the Pailrnad nrar Wallaccton. For
over two weeks pr viou rails, Honrs and timWr
hl Wra p aced on Ihe road, with the evident
deim of throwing W Express train north off the
tra'-V. The ruilro I officers nwd every means to
etrxt the parly or parti' notil the night in ques
tion, when fifteen watchmen were employed, result
ing in the detection and arrnrt of the pfty in
ipesiion. Pn Friday n'.jjht previous a 'arge block
of wood was p'awd na the track at the enrve im
fned lately north of the deep enl at Rom' P 'mmit,
and but for the axle ,f the tnir-k "pbtting the block
In two the Ira n wmld have lieen preeipitatrl aver
J be Inch embankment at (hut point. One can
scarcely n atire t'ie fact V. i. a human Wing could
be transformed into su h a gndlesi creature as to
ek Ihe deftruefion nf innocent men, women and
ehild-i-n by the wholesale, a was evidently the
Inieni,,,,, i ttite instance. The r pealed efforts to
thr, ihe trtin ofl the trak shows that the dime
wond have Vxfn aceomphfbrd but for the vigil
s-nse of tlie h,lrd ,ffivers and cilixns in that
vicinity. If vYf iP pr.'.tcw guilty of this erisne
he d-ervc the fu!l penalty of the law, which is
lin.nn fine and ten years tu the Penilenlifcry.
We are opposed to capital fsni'bfceat, but if (here
Is a ereatore on earth who d- servee hanging It ts
the man who coolly, premclitatt ly and repeatedly
attetr.pi to thiow a train of patiestcr eats uff the
1rim ahT Klectiom. The result of
the tjfctiua on Saturday is nuknuwo to us up to
I hu lime we are compelled to go to preaa, Tuesday
noon.) Uelew we give the returns so far a they
have been officially ascertained. There being no
opposition to Ben a tor, Prothonotary, Register A
llecorder, Couoty Surveyor and Auditor, the can
di dates voted for on Saturday are of course nomi
nated. The balance of the ticket is as follow I -
libel m ,
It loom 74K
We will publish the official returns next week
in tabular form.
M u s t c n II a v z r, - - K ! ? h will
bo found the card of the well known proprietors
of this Hotel. A Lock Haven exchange says:
The Alontour House has been refitted ainoe the
fire and put in a neat and finished condition.
Messrs. I Unseal k Krom, the well known host of
the Drockerhoff House, BuUcfonto, have taken it
and furnished tt thoroughly In a tasteful and com
fortable manner and so they intend to keep it.
They aiw now quite ready, and have been for
ouie days, to give the public-the accomodations
of a first elas hotel. They are exiterieneed ca
terers to the public want in the hotel line, and to
their bouse we would invito the attention of the
public. It I finely situated on tho river front
near the bridge, is across the street from the
Court House, and convenient to the banks and
Post O.Tioe. They propose to make the Montour
House a lip-top hotel. During the summer it Is to
beeularged on the Jay street side and Its capacity
Our office wa invaded on ycatcrdny
morning by Mccsrs. W. W. Drisbin and J. 1.
Lewis, two New Orleans knights of the stick and
rule. The former U foreman in a Job office and
the latter assistant foreman in the Ttwes offioe in
that eity, and both ar Tcry clever geatlcmen.
They came north to attend the International Ty
pographical Couvcntiun, which met in Baltimore
on the 6th instant, and from there eame over the
mountain to visit tho brother of the former, Mr.
George M. llrifbin, who lives at Osceola.
A Plf.aant Dkckptiov. Two
weeks ago Rev. Mr. Iiittler, who has so ably filled
tbn pulpit of the Presbyterian congregation In
this place for three years past, wo granted a four
week's absence. The evening before his departure
he was waited upon by several members of his
congregation and presented with a roll, which,
when opened, proved to be $100 in greenbacks, (a
very necessary commodity when starting on a
journey of any kind,) which wa naturally enjoyed
by both donors and recipient.
A (VI df.nt. Clmrles Smith, a fire
man at Whiteomb k Townsrnd's saw mill, above
Oiuvola, was aecidently shot through tho (tenby
part of his leg on Fundty. A frivnd entered his
room and discovering his pistol Iving on a stand.
cocked it and wanted to tire it (iff, but as Smith
sufrifcitted that as it wa Hutiday he had better not,
laid it down. Afterwards, on starting for a walk
in the woods, Fmith placed the pistol in his pock
et, not noticing that h)s friend had left it co!kd,
and when he sat down on the tram road, a short
time after, it was discharged, the ball passing
nearly through the leg. Dr. Hoop was summoned
and cxtraoUd it. f'kiiphrg Jummnl.
Attfmptko Highway Hoiiiicrv.
Mr. Thomas Tnxior, of St. Marys, while crossing
tho "barrens" between Bt. Marys and Caledonia,
one day lart week, was confronted by two high
waymen, one of whom seixed the bridle rein of his
hore, while the other demanded bis money on
threat of instantly putting an end to his existence
if it was not forthcoming. On hts as tiring them
that ho did nut carry any of the "filthy lucre"
about his person, they released him, and he went
on his Journey unmolested, while the would be
robber probably laid in wait for higher game.
A dme of lend propelled from an Iron tubo is a
good remedy for such "vnrmintB." Elk fynioerat.
Pkatii or an old OmztN. George
Nn If, an old hunter and highly respected cltlten of
llellen, this county, died on Monday, May 2!Mh,
1H71, from injuries received, by falling from the
limb of a tree, while engaged watching a deer liek,
on the preceding Thursday. It is supposed that
be attempted to descend from the limb, but by
rcAon of his limbs having become numb, from
being in one position to long a time, he missed
his hold and fell to the ground, with the above
stated result. The d'ocacd was about eighty
years of age. Elk A'hnenU.
Kkrosknb Horror. Prom the
Meadville ftrHenn we learn that on last Friday
evening a ten year old daughter of Thomas Con
nors, of (hat eity, was burned to death by using
Kerosene to kindle lb tire. The details of burning
re the same as usual in inch cases of ftmlishnens.
The child lived six honrs in terrible suffering.
This Is the second fatal burning of this character
in that eity within six weeks.
T'i Paiyvkm. -A. I. Hhaw sells the cheapest
Viits, Oils, Varnishes, Ac, in town.
Waf son's Img, Confectionary and Tobaeeo
Store, on Second street, first door of Masonic
Pmm Fi.f Is a corruption of Hhoo Fly, an ex
pression that had its oriirin in an attempt of a
child of Nature to dewenne tho manner in which
Shore are deposed of at T. M. Alexander's Key
stone t-dioe Ptore, Clearfield, Pa.
Pir-NV at Oamni.A tut 4rn Atn 5th or JrtT.
The Catholic congregation of Oseeola will have
a Pie-Nie nn the 4th and h of July, to aid In
paying the dfht on the Priest's house. A Fsir for
the same object will begin on the !d of July.
K. O llRAlflA!f.
Ai.Tnoi un the crop of gran lok(t a If 4t was
jroiiig to I short this harvest, farmers will find it
to their advantage before cutting to call into II. F.
Dialer A Cn.'s and see their new styles of Scythes,
Snaths. Cradles. Ac., which they offer at prices k
short of profit to themselves w the hay will bo to
"tluwh! or Trt." We have received from
the publisher, K. H. Cnhinr, Huston, T
M'-l.' .rlhit ttt(.iMI.,
".Yiliam Rradv. irivin in detail the diviI
sources, developments arid prosKe1s ol the former
"Lone Star" hut now one of the most prosperous
Stales in the 1 nion. Paper eovers, with map, 60
e nts; a e ipy f wtrch will bo niaiieti to any au
dress on receipt ol trie price.
To Pxrrrrna. A. I. Shaw sells the cheapest
Paints, Oils, Vamihes, W., In town.
Itr reference to our new advertizrmenti It will
b cen that they ire hiving another high old
time in filcn Hope. wonder everybody attend
ing Court fn.m that section rcre o excited.
Thee discovered thit Christ. Keagv was selling
all kinds of Store tioodn in Glen Hope cheaper
than they could lie bought most any p'ace e)pe.
"d rere in
big linrry to gt hock, nea i nis
He sells goods st prices to suit
Dr. F. Platto. Feloeiie Physician and Purgeon
offers bis services to the ninle of Clearfield and
vicinitv, and will he in readiness to encnl ai
vtnifeioi.al calls, hw dnv or night. Office op
Reed street, west of the depot, Clearfield, I'
May 31, 171 If
In Clearfield, on June Rth, 171, GFORfiE
WALTER, son of Jons and CmTAT 8. Hi ai
Ti ni rn, rel 8 months and I day.
CLOHINU PRICKS OP llallATH. k Bao., No. 40
fioulh Third ft., Philadelphia, June 10. IS7
Sew V. H. i t of '! , 1171 071
V. S O icr il ,. Ill 1121
"i,2 11 lll(
" " Ill 1131
" " '04 HO 1 1 41
" 5,mw no no
" - or.n.w .' lu, no
" " 'OS 114, 1141
" I't, 10 40Y. 10 lit
IT. 8. 30 Vear 0 per eenU Currency... 1161 11
Oold III. 1174
Silter. 107 104
I'nlcn Parile U. It. let Mort. llondf . 0 1 1 121
Central Pie R. R 102 1071
VbI PkiM Laoa Gnat Bo.d I4 Bk,
. Clearfield Markets.
CorreelcJ w.kly by IlicHiBi) UolluF, tthol.iale
im nnaii vtutt In Urjr Uooil., UroMri.i, I'ru-
.i.iwu., n,nn pi reel, uiearuuld, ra.
tLini.D, Pi., Jan, II 1971.
Altl.,.grr.iiIIO(g 1 00 llti((i, d
l)ri.d, lh UHiilM, (
ApiiiaoutterK.I 1 ov
Mauil COa 19
uuiur ui(9 Zd
Ikam U OUU 6U
Si.lr, . our It
Baukwtieat. I 09 Lard 1 20
Uuokwheat Qour It), 4 Men pork,) Mil. ..IB 00
11. er, dried Oat, 0
Hef, freah Bfd) ll'Oaion. I 00
Hoard., M 12 OOlaiU Oil Futalaea Oil to I 00
urn, .uenou,H j eaonos, arl.fi, n 1 24
Corn, ear 00(ij 40 IMailer, V bbl t 4(1
t orn mral, .ark, I 4" Ky. 1 0
Chop, crtl 10(g) t 40 Hair., lb I
riir.rieed 8 00 Salt. lark J 40
fhM t fhinglf.JRin.lilMi 00
Cherrirl, Ih. 0(o) 16 Rliin(rlt.,J(! Inl0(j, 1 1 00
Chirk. n, , ilnd, lb, 14 Timutliy Mod....... 7 40
fcR - 14, Tallow ....., IS)
Klaiaocd J 00 Wheat, 1 40
Flour 0 OIK) 7 40 Woal 40
T 10 00(d,l4 00 Wood. W eord X 60
TYRONE t. CLEARFIELD BRANCH.
OV and after Monday, MAY 14th, 11171, two
Pas.enr Train, will run dull. (oxocDt Sun-
duyij between Tyrone and Clearfield, ai follow,:
Ol.arOeld S.OO, p. v. Tyrone 8.30.1. a.
hilnnl.urr 4.0:1, (!., I. 0.40. "
Osceola 4.20, " I'hilip.lmrg. .. 10.10,
Tyrone 6.4CI, - ClearBeld 1 1 . 1 0,
ClrarAeld 6.00 a. a.
Tyrone 6.40 p. J
hilin.burjt.- 0 03 "
Om-eola B.I0 '
O.rola .J0 I
Interieetion.. 7.27 "
Tyrone.. 7.40 " I
FARE AND DISTANCES.
FROM CLEARFIELD. FROM TVRONB.
tt a! l
Station. S 6tationt,
t r ? ?
Leonard S K IntersecMon. 4 U
Woodland 0 JoiVanscoyoo f 20
Rlgler. I 1 4 Gardner S 30
Wallaeeten ..11 34 Mt. Fleaaant....!! t
nine Ball IS 40 Sommit 14 K
Phllliburr..lT 6(1 sndv Ridge.. .15 4fl
Steiners' 18 ftft Powellton. 17 45
Punt ar til AO Onrcola HO 65
Osceola 91 06 Dunbar.. 21 60
Powelltnn 24 75 Hteiner's 2S AS
Sandy Ridge.... 2A 80 PlilllpKburfr.V I ?)
Summit. 27 8S Ulue Ball - 2S 80
Mt. Fleasant....X0 9 Wallacetoa...30 85
Gardner .1.H 1 00 Itigler 51 0&
Vanscoyoe S4 1 00 Woodland S& 1 00
Intersection 7 1 16 Leonard Sft 1 10
Tyrone. .. 41 ! o i lrarfleld...fc4I 130
FARI5 FKOM CLKARFIKLD. TO
Rellefonte, Fa $2 O.IMiddletown $5 00
2 70 Marietta 60
8 AO Lancaster b f5
1 KO.PIUUUKLIMUA 7 05
S 00 Altoona 05
4 60. Johnstown J 80
4 7il PITTSBURG u
rienrfleld Vsit North ennneets from Cincinnati
Kxpress West, and llarrisbtirg Aecommodttion
line; and t'lesrr.eld Mill Sonth
connects with Cincinnati KxpreM Fast, and Mail
H est, on main line, also witn Hnld hue I Kvnress
Kast, for Lock Haven, and points West of Look
Clearfield Kt press North eonnects from Mall
est, and Cincinnati Express E.ist, also from
llald Kaele Mail Wet; and Clearfield Kxnreu
South counreta with Ilarriiburg Accommodntion
ast. Local Pssscnger n est for Alloona and Ho.
Ildaysburg Ilmneh, also with Raid hnile Mail
Fast, for Lock Hnven and Willinmsport.
taking Llearneld Ktnreit houth, rhtlinslinfST
asuengers reach Bclleout sod return home the
nme dsv, and Clearfltdd nsssenz"rs con reach
Wiltiamsport, llarHsburg, or Uolltdaysburir, and
rot am the same day.
Passengers for WilHamsport should take Raid
Fugle Mail East! and pssnengers for point West
I Lock linvcn, on P. E. K. R , should take
aid Eagle Express Fast,
UEOUUB C. WILKINP,
mv!7 tf. Superintendent.
A Malo and Female High School I
r.arh Icpartnscnt IHatlnrt and Complete
rilUK-oi RTB skksios) of the preaeni sehnTastle
year of this Institution will eommeno on
MONDAY, the 1st day of May. 1871.
Puiuls ean enter at any time. They will he
hariied with tuition from (be time they enter to
the close of the Session.
The course of instruction embraces overy thing
ncluded in a thorough, practical and accomplish-
id education for r,oth sexes.
ti:kuh ok ti itiov.
Orthography, Reading, Penmanship, Primary
Anlhtnetie, I'rimary Heograpliy, and i'eneil
Drawinr, per HeMion (II weckn). j 00
Grninmar, Local A Descriptive Geography,
Msp Drawing, History, Mentnl and V rit-
trn Arithmetic and Pencil Drawing $fl 00
Algehra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Men
suration, Surveying, natural ana Moral
Philosophy, tleolngy. Physiology, Chem
istry, Rhetoric, Physical Geography. Houk
Keettinv, Hotanv md Pencil Drawing..,, 9 01
alin, Greek and French, with any jt Ihe
ahove Hranclies TU e
'earl or Oriental Painting. (21 lessons) 12 00
Monochromatic Painting. (24 lessons) 10 00
'rayon Drawing, (24 lessons).- 10 OA
Fancy Hair Work, (24 lessons)... 12 00
Tapestry 8 00
nstnimental Music, (" lessons, iu vv
jgNo deduction will be made for absence.
Htudents from a distance ean be accommodated
rith boarding at low rates.
Any on not a member of the sc hool oan receive
private instructions la any of tho ornamental
For further particulars Inquire nf or address
Rev. P. L. HARRISON. A. M.
Feb. 2, 187U.tr. Principal.
XEW WASHI.GT0 ACADEMY.
G. W. INNES, A. M., Principal.
MIF. FIRST PKSSION of this institution will
commence on Monday, the litb day of May
it. (Term, Ire months )
Pupils may enter at any time, and will he
charged tuition front the time they enter until the
eb.se of tho session, ine eourso u m-irueuon
will embraee all branches fucluJcd in a thorough
practical education lor both sexce.
VUCal .HUBIC milt: 111 "Pin mini.
(Jood hoarding ean be obtained at
1HRFR DtfLLAUri PER WEKrt.
Parents ean be assured that the ability and
enerviea of the Prineii.al will be dcintad to tb
menial and moral training 01 inoee piaccu inurr
Mr Terms of Tnillon will D mnieraie,ana
cfi Im. eerlained hv addresninf Dr. J. Innes, at
New Washington, or the 4'nnciiJ, ti. n. innes,
at Ajipi'lln, Armstrong county, Pa., but who will
t at New WasUiugton after April ItU
New Washington, starch il, l". i ll.
MISS H. S. SWAN'S
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
ci.KAnf iKi.il, ta.
riAl SnilNO TERM of f.mrt..n wfrk., will
L n.mnifin'- altimliiy, April l"th, I I.
A Prim.ry drpartnrnt will be il'l.l to tb.
Rrt.l iai. fall i for aliirb ta. err.im nf em-
prlrirt la. tractor hare b AnJ e
rft.irt will be Iparril to renlor tin, ilrpartuifut
attractiT, ana inttruetlre.
TEIt.MS OF TI'ITION.
nn., Triinary Arithm.lle ao'l I'rimary
tl.,rarhy - '.00
lli.tnrv, lc.l and d.N-riptire Ueoerapby
with Man Drain(. Hr.mmar, Mental
and Written Arllhai.tie ,... "
Alfhra and the R-en- , 1 "
In.trnrttnn la Initrumental ma'ie 10 fl
Oil a.iallna. 4 IrMnn. 11 "
Fur fall p.rtieal.rt rend for CiMular,
Cl.arn.ld. 8.pU 7, 1" Irp-
rpillv AMKK1CAN IIOI'HK,
Ct.aaariat.n Coistt. P,..'s.
This Inn eleh'i.hrd and papul.r hotel Is still
kept by the suhenfihee, who .pare, na effnrt to
ple.es all who patronise him. "To please," I. Ihe
motto at the American House, and sll that is asked
is a trial. - E. W. RKKII, Proprletar.
Carwenstille, M.rrh IS, 174 tf.
HOH 4l.l-Whil. Lead. tine. Paint. I.tn
I seed Oil. Turpentine, Vsrni.be. of all kinds,
lolor. la Oil
try I alnt. Varnish Pra-he..
(IAII5WICK A 1RW(N.
Jimrjs & fglfttifinrs.
MB LATEST MOVBI
THE LATEST MOVE!
HARTSWICK & IRWIN'S
To their now building on 8coond Street, noarly
oppoilte the atore of Wearer A B.ltt,
Where they will eontiau to supply their old snd
a many new customers as may come, with
(Including all new remedies,)
Patent Medicines, Paints and Oils, Glass and
Putty, School Rooks, Stationery, Paper,
Ac; also, a full line of Drug
gists' Sundries, Hair
Coimetica, Perfumeries, Toilet Art i des. Brushes,
Toilet Soaps. Foe act Uootts, 4c, all or
the best quality.
PURE K1XES AND LIQUORS,
for medical A sacramental purpose only.
Pur Whit Lead, Colors of all kinds, Raw and
Dolled Li meed Gil, Varm.hea, Torpen
llno. Coal Oil, Paint A Varnish
Confoct'onorles, Rird Seed. Spice, rronnd and
uiiground, of all kiudti.
SMOKERS AND CIIEWERS
Will find our stock of Chewing
and Smoking Tobacco, Imported and Do
mestic Cigars, HnntT and Fine-cut to be of the
very beet brands in the market.
LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS,
All kind of GLASS WARS,
and Musical Trimmings of every variety.
Having a long einerleneo In the business, and
an xteniv and well selected stock of medicines,
we are enabled to fill Physicians' prescriptions at
the shortest notice and on the most reasonable
terms, dsy and night.
HARTSWICK A IRWIN.
Clearfield, Pa., Mar SI, l7l-tf.
ii. f; bigler & co.,
II Alt I W Alt 13,
i"" Alio, Mannfaetur.ri of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
LOT OF SADDLES, BRIDLES,
Haro.M, Collar,, etc., for eal, by
II. F. BIGLER 4 CO.
pALMEUS PATENT UNLOAD-
tag Hay Fork,, for sale by
II. F. BIGLER CO.
QIL, PAINT, PUTTY, GLASS,
N.lli, ,te., for .ale by
II. F. BIGLER ft CO.
,i UN ESS TRIilMlNGS 4 SHOE
Finding,, for tale by
H. F. BIGLER ft CO.
Q UN S, PISTOLS, S WORD CAN ES
For eal. by
It. F. BIGLER ft CO.
gTOVES, OK ALL SORTS AND
Eii.i, for lal. by
It. F. BIGLER ft CO.
UONI IKON! IKON I IKON
For eale by
II. F. BIGLER 4 CO.
ORSB SHOES ft HORSE S1IOK
HAILS, for tile by
If V BIOI.F.ri CO .
BLOCKS, ALL SIZES
And heat Manafketar., for sale by
II. F. BIGLER ft CO.
-THIMBLE SKEINS AND riTE
BOXES, for sale by
II. F. BIGLER ft TO
ODliEU CUTTEKS for nlo by
arnlOTO It. F. BIGLER ft CO.
ISAAC K. STAUFFER,
WATCH P., 4EWE1.BT,
14 North Second St., eor. of Quarry,
An a.ortmenl of W.tclie.. Jrwelrr. Pilvrr and
Plated Ware iMn.tanHy on hand. Itrp.irinr rd"
Watcbra and Jrwclry pnuuilly attended to. J:2uy
v 44 NOBTB TENTH ST.. .
Cnivsra frnirn-n : Sprint fieda. PpHnt
Cot., 8prln( llatlre.ws. Hair M.ttrrnse., Hii'k
M.ltre.M Htraw MtreMe, Feathera, Feather
lle-t., bnl.ters and Pillows, t'nanterpanes, Cnra
forialilee, lltankrts, guilts, ( all and m th.
WOVEN WIRE MATTRE.ia,
The beet eeer eflered fnr sale.
N. B Our Intention is tn treat .11 eastomer M
that they will hew-oie permsnrnt dealers with na,
nd nnlers will reeeire the same altenlitm, and
persons east bay Jast as .heap as If present at the
store, a.rrt , 1-Tl Is.
OFF AT COITI
Tb. largoat I took of
ot.r offered la CLEARFIELD I
At the STEAM CABINET BHOP.eoraer Market
and Firth Streeta, CLEARFIELD, FA.
Tb. nnilerilitnoj would annonnee to tbe publte
that be hai on hnod and It now offering eheap for
eaih, tbe I.reoet ttoek of Furniture over in etore
iu tins oounty, ooiiating of e
Upbolitered Parlor Suit,
Chamber Setli, Eiteneio. Tablet,
Seoretariee, Deok Caaea,
Spring Bed, and MattrciK.,
Lounge, and Benohw,
. l'laia A Marble Top Tablet k Bureau!,
Cane Seat and Common Cbaira,
Rooking Cbaira, Looking Qlauel,
Window Bbadel, Ploture Frame.,
Cord, and Tom.Ii, A.
II. also manufacture, and koepi od hand Pat
ent Rpring Red!, the bvet ever Invonted. No
family should be without them. Any kind of
Kood. aot on band ean be had on ibort notion.
Ipboliteriog and repairing neatly exooutru.
COFFINS, of all lite., ean be bad on a half
hour.' notice, and at the low.it prieei. A deduc
tion f 20 prr oeuu made Cur eaeh.
METALLIC CASKS, or Roerwood, Walnut and
Cherry Coflin., wild (lai. or wood topi, furniihed
on fife houra' notice.
1'er.onal attendance with hearie, en funeral
ecca.ion, and oarriagre furnlthed when desired.
Thankinc the nubile for part farora, and by
!trirt- peraonal attention tor buiiine., I hope to
receive a euntinuane. ol tbe eame.
Remember th. place the Hteam Cabinet Shop,
eorncr of Market and Fifth Streets.
March , '71 1y. DANIEL BBNNER.
I WOULD respectfully aoooun.. to tk.slll
tent of CLEARFIELD and rtciolty that I
hava ep.aed up In tb. n.w Hasonle Bnlldlng.
first doer b.low th. Mansion House, on S.cend
Street, with a entire n.w stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY,
Of tb. lat.it style, and best finlih,
Selected with .are. I bav. an assortaifnt
from all tb. latest aorcltist la J.w.lry, suita.
bl. for th. Holidays.
A larg. stock of American Waleha. fross
th. faetoriei of Appletoa, Tracy a Co.. at Walt
bam, Mass., and the National Watch Company
at Elgin, III., In from i to I os. eases, always
on hand, and warranted.
Thankful for your p.st liberal patron.!., I
hop., by strict attention to business, to merit
a eantfnnanes of he same.
All kinds of repairing in my line promptly
O-II sir Jewelry made to order.
B. I. SNYDER.
December 114, 7f.
ATS AND CAPMI
Roota nud S41iocal
THE PLACE TO OF.T
lints & Caps, iWts & Shoes,
FILLFFJOX'S m STORE 1
One door north of new Masenls Building,
The largrat stock af goods in this line ever
brouicht into the ennnty, is nnw open for the In
spection of tb. public, and will be sold at th.
Very Lowest Cas Prieetl
Al.n, a aplennld assortment of HUNT'S Fl'R.
NIKIIIM) IIOOUK, onn.lr.ting of Hhirl., Collars,
Neckties, Handkerchief., Ulovra, Underwear, Ac.
A large stock of CARPETS and OII.CLOTI'B,
which will be di.pn.rd of at astonishingly tow
pries. A liberal share of patronage is respeet
4T DON'T FAIL TO CALL.-
Store on Seeond St., below Market, Clearfield, Pa.
4 S 71 D. R, FL'LLERTON.
DENT AL CARD.
Dn. A. M. HILLS
Would sav to his natient and th nub-
Kt-nivraMv, that, baring diaiolTcq partnerahip
wlh Dr. lhaw, he is now doing thai entir work
of his nfll?" himself, so Ihrit pniienta need not fear
being put under the hands of any other operator.
Having obtained a reduetivn of lb patent on Ihe
plate material, I am enabled to put up teeth much
cheaper than formerly. I also hare Dr. Slack 'a
patent process fur working ruhlwr plat, wkieh
make a much lighter, mors elaatio and itroager
plat for th earn amount af material, and pol
irhea th plate on both sides, rendering It much
mreeaily kept clean. Special attention paid to
the peeaereation of the natural teeth, and all work
guaranteed entirely satisfactory to patients.
tJiTOme at th old corner, npporir th Phaw
Hons. Office hur from 8 to 12, a. m., and I to
4, p. m. Patients from ft J inline rVvuld notify
m a few days bf Ton hand of their Intention IO
com. Always at home, unlets other mtto ap
pear la both the eonnty paper. feblfc'71
Fight in Glen Hope Over!
ALL FREE AGAIN!
AND TI1R MONET TAID!
rIl.t.IAM 8. MCKEV takes Ibis method af
a f infHrmint bis Bilinemos friends and eus
turners that be bu snld out his entire stork of
f tore Onods In Blen lli'pe In James M. IMekey
Co., snd to thank his friends and euetomere for
their liberal p.lmn.re whils in bnsinrs. In (ij'u
llnpei. snd neks a share for the new nrm, who
intend keepint Arst dees Dry (loods and (en
era! variety star.
Their stork will ennsist in part of
I.a lies' A Oeiit's Fanry lint., Ladles' lines, from
II) t .in cents, Ladies' Press Moods, a fall
line. Notion, of sll kind., Csssiroere., ft
full lino, Jeans and Ci-tlonsdes, Al
parns and Lortre. 4Uo. to f 1. 10
prr yard. Alparas, beauties,
at 7 eentl per yard,
a full line,
No. I (Infers si'.' SS,
fond at a full lins of
l.atlira' Jthoes, Mi'eca'anil Chil
dren 's Shoes. I.a lie.'hprins; Knal,
Clnennn. an rilk furls, I'erlulaere .nd
Ihlr Hila. Mu.lin .nd faliew fron (I to I In.
No. I f.lle., ranis f"r fl.tio, f nnfeetlnneries, a
full line, I'renek and Tin Inrs. no. 1 uro
eerte.. for enuntre trade.
In faet fall line of f.ney and prime jnn.!, tn
anil nor trade. W. Intend eelliiit an a ca.h nr
shnrl eredit srstrm, snd we knew oar enalnmers
aill prnllt by It. All kinds af roantry prodnee
teson in eiekanire for toods.
WA XTKf. No. 1 Fre.h Hotter. ", eicb
lint Ineh tihinalr.. b. enont. I.OOS) Cheep Pells.
Href Hides and Calf Ckin., fnr which ths highe
msrkrt prea will be paid.
r-(lia as a trial befnr. yon parebae. year
(lwds. Wa will tira yna bartaias.
JAMH3 M. PICKET A CO
Olen Hope, Pa., Mar 1?, 1ST1 4m.
VDMIMBTR ATBIS'" NUTH RNnllee
is hereby Iieen thslli tler. nf administration
, the e.t.ta of JOHN TROY, deeeeeed. Isle
-r ll.i.r Inwn.hm. rieartleld enanly, I'enna.,
bsvin been doly . anted tn th. a-..der.ie;ned, a!l
..rrsou. indented to eaid estate will pleas, make
L.roent. and tbnee h.iin, el.lms or dejaand.
iriil preernl thera properle anth.nli'sted f..r set
Jua.r, l'THrt pd Adnv.irtratrll.
grg (Rooifii tit.
The First of tie Season I ,
The Cheapest in this Market!
BUY! BUY! ! BUY!!!
KRATZER & LYTLE,
Tour Dry flood.
Your Window Curtains,
Your Wall Papers,
Your Carpet Chain,
Your BaooD and Feed.
Yonr Queans ware,
Your DooU A Shoes,
Your iShoe Findings,
Your Flour and Fish,
SALT! SALT! SALT! at wholesale to country
on.fl, PAIXTS, GLASS, ie.-A liberal dis
count to builders.
Everything that you need oan he had at great
advantage to the buyer, at
KRATZER A LYTLE'S,
Ci.KAnriKLD, Pa., opposite th Jail. 8:8
IflAVE this day associated with me In the
mercantile biisinans my brother, Robert Hoed,
and the bu nines will he continued under the
Arm nam of
W will continue to make the Dry Ooods and
Notion buainraa a specialty, and all the newest
faliriei and latest novelties in th market will be
kept on hand.
The Dranch Store in Cttrwcnsville will be con
tinued, where will ho found as eh.c ft lino of
good a at our rain etore in Clearfield.
New Spring foods will he on hand about the
13th of March.
Thehook aeoouaUof Wm. Roed will be promptly
and immediately settled.
Clearfield, Pa., March I, 1871.
K ACE IN EUROPE!
Th bloody contest between Franc and Prosria
It at an end for the present, so far as ihe slaugh
tering of men and the destruction of properly Is
concerned. The Royal Juggler no douM pride
themselves and rt-jntee over the rosult, hut bow
Insignificant is their work when oomparoil with
th human and christian efforts of
L. M. COUDRIET,
who has undertaken to supply all the cititens in
the lower end of the oounty with food and raiment
at eirtrdinff low rate from his mum moth at ore in
Mri.SO.SKl HU. where ho aan alway he found
ready to wail upon caller and supply them with
Dry Goods of nil kinds,
Such as Cloths, Patinrtts, Canfimerri, Muslins,
Delaines, Linen, Drillings, Calicoes,
Trimmings, Ribbona, Lac.
Ready-made Clothing, Boot and Shoes, Hat and
Cape all wf the beat material and ctade to order
Uon, Socks, U loves, Mittens, Lacs, Ribbons, Aa.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Coffee, Ten, Sugar, Rice, Mlases, Fish, Salt,
Purk, Linseed Oil, Fish Oil, Carbon Oil.
Hardware, Quernaware, Tinware, Ca-tings, Plowe
and Plow Castings, Nails, Hpikes, Corn CuUira
tora, Cider Presses, and all kinds of A xs.
Perfumery, Paints, Vami-h, Qlars, and a general
assortment of Stationery,
Of different brands, always on band, and will be
old at tb lowest possible figure.
LIQUORS, sock as tlrandy, Win, Gin, Whisky,
Jayne's Medicine, llostetter'f and
5000 pounds of Wool wanted for which th
highest prle will b paid Cloyerseed on hand
and for aal at tb lowest market prio.
Also, Agent for Strattonfillo and Curwensvill
mCall and see for yonrselve. You will find
rerlhing nually kept in a retuil stor. j
L. M. COUDRIET. j
Frenehrill P. 0.. March 1. 1871. i
I ACKETT ACHRYVKR,
AIo, manufaeturors of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
Nearly opposite th Jail,
Carnentert and Ruflder will And It to their
advantage to examine our stock bofore purchasing
STOVES I STOVES I
W. sell tbe TIMES COOK STOVE, the eheap-
est and best store In the market.
Erery store fully warranted.
'. RAFTINQ STOVES!
whieb will b. Hid as eheap as any in lb. snooty.
Slrl.'l attention paid .rdering articles for par
ties wlie dcrir. it.
4-Tlnonii. Spo.tlnf and Job work dons on
Clcsrteld, Ta, April IJ, 1ST 1.
S. FOKTER SHAW, D. D. S.,
Ulhf tn MBfonir ittiiKimp;,
eVrtl!S n.KAHFIKI.I, PA.
Putting of the natural tertn in a ncaiiny, pro-
eTratircatirt usctiil ronnuion is maoa a prnmii.
iiiuwM ami uiatrrmati-ns common to the mmiih.
Inw and associate parts, arf tritr.1 anrl eorrcctcd
tinni ritra. Pncra lor partial and full seta nf
trrrh much lower than in l$7o. H would be well
far paticnta from a tliatanr to let us ktw by
mail a fr-w daya befor citing 1 lh iA-. It
ta tery important that children between the ere
of sis and twlv vears huM have their lerih
eimind. fly Aurstbcf I Torth are nwinred
J. M, STEWART, D. D.S.,
,ai .. OAce .ear Irwin's Drnf Btora,
SlliJj CI'RWKXSVILLF, TA.
All denlel operations, either In the nm-Tlanirnl
or eperallrn hr.nrb, proasptly attended to aad
sati.tsetion fnaranteed. tpeelal attention paid
to the trentieent nf dtsen-e. nf tbe aataral teeth,
same and month. Irr.nlarity nf the teeth soe
ees.fully etirreeted. Teeth est reeled wilhntit pain
by the use of Kilter, and artificial teeth Inserted
of the beet material and warranted In render sal
1,ll kf .T IIIMIK I.OT. The nnderslirned
Inst his PneketL.mk on Ctanl.e. the 17th
ol May, snssewher. between Jstnea Irwin's ard
Murbel Bbnpe's, la Uirard town.bin. eenuinin f
ten r.wJr.dllr. The finder w,!l be.uitaWy
rewarded be "earinf H With Ceo. fleeee. P.
Jon. T.h. JAWS sTH.
5rn tSoorJn, Gmtiti, His.
J. r. titrii.,,
Ar. oforing, at tb. old stand of 0. L. Reed A Co.,
tkelr stock of goods, sonsUtlnr of
DRY - GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS 4 8U0E3,
HATS A CATS, HARDWARE,
FLOUE, FEED, SALT, &c, &o.,
At th most reasonabl rates for CASH or In
Square Timber, Boards. Shingles.
OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
MrAdvanoo mad to tho engaged la get
ting out squar timber on th most advantageous
terms. January ft, lfiTft.
I. t. A It SOLD...
W. ROD I I.AIITSHOKK.
"Cheaper than Ihc Cheapest T
GOODS AT REDUCED PRICKS
JUST JtCIVlD t
A mold A IlartHliorn,
(On door west of First National Bank,)
HAVING just retnrHed frm th en with t
'aomptets) ftssortment of Ooods suitabl for
Spring and fumnir trad, wt ar ow ready
to famish Ml kinds of Good
"Cheaper than the Cheapest!
And after thkoMng our eustoiaer for their
liberal patroaag during th past year, ws
would most reictfully aak for cootlnuano
of th sm.
Our Stock onslt of ft com pi t assortment
of Dry Qouds, Notions, Hardware, Queenswar.
Willowwar, Groeailes, Boots tf 6hos, Hats A
Caps, Clothing, Tobaeeos, Ao. Also, Flour,
Bacon. Salt, Fiih. Orain, to.
All of whiih will b sold on th mot reason-
bl terms, and tba highest maikct prle paid
for Oraia, tVool and all kinds of Lumber and
stT Pleas giva us a eall befor purchasing
tswhr. flatlsfaetloa guaranteed as to prle
ARNOLD A HARTSHORN,
Corner of klaia and Thompson Streets,
apr?0 CURWEN6VILLK. PA.
P T 1
la JL s Jo
"For thy Stomach's Soke and thine
other Infirmities." St. Paul.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
Vaafe. pur, pleasant and health -giving Ton io
strictlv veiretable. and manufactured from
th moat pur and choice materials is not a spirit
drink nor snbititut for whiskv, but ft scientific
onipound. for th protection of th system and
th cor or disease, made rrom cucmicaii? pure
spirits, entirely free from fuail oil or other irrita
ting properties, and will not diaagree or offend th
moat delicate stomach. A long private experi
ence has attested It
Superiority over all Ordinary Remedies.
No Bitters at prrrrnt offered to the public
contains m much medicine! virtue, and yet so safe
nd plenannt to take. Its ue Is to cure diaeaee,
and tt will not create an appetite for spirituous
liquors, but will euro tho effects of dissipation.
To Increas the Appetite, t'FE IT.
To promote Ingestion, , USE IT.
To cure Dyspepsia, I'SK IT.
To cure Fever and Ague, USE IT.
To eur BilHoutnev, USE IT.
To cure Constipation, rFK IT.
To our Chronic Diarrhoea, USE IT.
To cure Koart burn, USE IT.
To our Flatulence, USB IT.
To car Acid Kruetatlons, USB IT.
To eur Neivous Debility, I SB IT.
To cur Ilydoehendria, USE IT.
To euro ptallownoss of Complexion, l'SE XT.
To care Pimples and Blotch, USE IT.
For General Prostration of th
rhyaieal powers, UEB IT,
and It will euro you.
Sold everywhere, at $1.00 per bottle, Manu
factured eiclusivcly by
A. I. SUA W,
CLRAKFIRLP, PA ,
Who offers liberal inducements ta tb. trade.
Oct 17, lSfllMf.
LIME AND COALI
"TTAVINO Inerrased our facilities fnr bnrnins;
X L Lima during the past season, ws are pre
p.ivd to furnish
Unod lliirnt l.lme. Coal Iturnt l ime,
sVond and Coal nitriit l.lme.
Manalsrtured from tbe eelrbrsted
' PLLI KFONTK I.IMF.5TOXr,"
which proiluees tbe wnttrar and rreese Lima,
fnr all nieehenieal purposes, tbl en I', found in
Ui. ft.le or Penn.rlvnnia, and which we sell at
as low prions, delivered nn esrs. a. Ihe inferior
Limes are sold at their plaees of manulactara.
Also, dealers In and rbippers of
Wilkcsbarra and Shamokin
of all sltei, pser"" expressly for family ue.
BIlOKTtnir.F A CO,
Nor. , I "70 ly. llt ll-fnle, Pa.
(UTK PO WILL'S,)
for all diseaaes Ineldsnt to H-raoi, CaMl. and
liomaa riesh, requiring tti as 01 aa
This Kmhrocatlon was ttonslrctv used by
th Onvarnmewt duriag tk war.
For sal by Hartswirk A Irwlr, Clfflld.
Jstth M. Irwin, Curvaasvltla. Paalsd tiod-
THE SMITH HOUSE,
(Opposite the. Paaacngcr Depot,)
1 1. E A R 11 K hl, PA., .
r'pPE undersigned, having leased this boa for
X. ft surica of years, is ready to tnUtrlaia Ua
giTS and trarelers generally, and thor-for tolirlu
oj rumors to giv bin a caU. His Tabl will fa
supp.ied with tbe boat th market affords, SJiti hi
Bar will contain the choicest of wine and liquor S.
Tho hous. furniture, Iwdaand bedding ax entirely
new, which always adls to the comfort of travelers;
while tb stahlinc atlauhed is lare and rosuiA
just suited fur teamsters. Charges midcrat.
jan.:7W vt 1LLI AM . HltAULbT.
THE ALLEGHENY HOTEL.
UARKLT St., CLEA11FIELP, Pa.
THIS Jarfo and aommodious now hatal has
been opened for the aooommodatloa of tb.
publio, where tho proprietor will b. glad tn beet
his old friends, and reeoir. a share of jsahlie pat
ronage. By striot personal attention to tba de
tails of hia buainess, b. hopes to he able to render
satisfaction to bis patrons. The TADLB will
always be bountifully supplied with th. best tbat
can b. procured in the market, and the BAR
will sontaln a full iU-.k of LlyUUHt), BEER, A.
Oood sLuling attached.
Clearlleld, Mareb J, 1B(1-Iy proprietor.
THE MANSION HOUSE,-
Corner of Keoond and Mark Street,,
CLl:Altl ltLI), PA.
TUTS old aad eotntnodions Hotel baa. dnrlaf
ths past ysar. been enlarged to double It.
form.r capacity for th. entertainment of stran
gers ani guests. Ths whole bnlldlng baa beea
refuraish.d, and tha proprietor will spar, no
pains to render his guests comfortable whtl.
laying with hire.
.y-rhe "Mansion noose" Omnia., ran, to
snd from th. Itetot on th. arrival and departnr.
of each train. JOHN DOUUHKKTY,
apro. 70 tf Proprietor.
CurHeii.rllle, ( leal Held county, I'a.
rplIIS old and well established Hotel, b.antl
X fully situated on tb. banks ol th. S.equ.
tianna, in tbe boroagh of CurweniTille, has bsen
'eased for a t.rto of years by th. nndersigned.
It bas bean entirely refuted, and is now open to
tha public gen.rally and ths travelling coinmn
olty in partienlar. No pains will b. sp.red t.
rwnder guests oorofnrtabl. while tarrying at tbit
bonre. Ampl. btabling rooji tor th. accotrjoa.
dation of t.ams. Charge, moderate.
?e,LJ8, 1870 tf. ELI BLOOM.
THE RAILROAD HOUSE,
' MAIN ST., -PlJlLirsBURO. PA.
rpilB nndersigned keeps eonstantlyonb.nl
JL th. beat of Liquors. His table i. slwsys
supplied with th. best the market sfiords. Th
traveling public will do well to give him a ealL
novl'di. HUBERT l.L0YDv
Corner of Market and Front Streets,
This eingnifioent Hotel is entirely new, Mm.
plete In all its appoiutnienta, and eonvenient t.
tbe Court House. A free Omnibus runs to and
from the Iepot on the arrive! and departure of
Ubuuuu a. lui.iiuniv,
phi 13, 1870.
Midway between l.Irk lluu and yliavravIlU.
1MIK nndersigned would rrapectfuliv InTite tha
attention of watermen and all others to th
fact that be ha opened a hotel at th abor
natiiitl plaice, where he is prepirt'd to accon.mo
tUte all who may faror hiui wnh a call. Posts
have bien put in ou rhe rlcr bank, so as to iusur
a safe binding for watermen.
.il .;6m W. IKWIM.
Opposite lb. Court House,
- CLEAR PIE LP, PRSX'A,
Accommodations first -elssa snd charges moderate
oett JOIIX T. YOl'Nl), Proprietor.
j nnMAHD ii or sr.,
Opposits the Railroad Depot, "
Mi71 D. JonXfTOH A SON, Proprietors.
Scots ana ltof5.
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
HAS jn.t received a tn. lot of French CALF
tKINS. and is nnw prepared to tnannfa...
tur. everything in bis line nt th. lowest figures,
lis will warrant his work to bs os repreaeotea.
II. r.speetfully solicits a .all, at his shop aa
M.rk.t street, second d'.or west of the po.tufiee,
where be will do all In his power to render sati.
faction. Horn. An. Ueiter tops on hend.
iny,'7-y DAMKb CONNELLT.
THE WAR OVER IN CLEARFIELD.
- KNOX TOWNSHIP QUIET.
Xearty oil the Contrabands going back
to their oil muter$ s but 'nary on$
going to old Massachusetts, when
they were loved so long and so tcelL
IN consequence nf tbe above facts.?, SFTORTa
of tho uld "hort hhoe Shop," would an
d ounce to his numerous pfttrnit. and the peopl
ol Clearfield county at large, that h ha new a
first rate lot of food material jnt reeelred from
the Faat.and is prepared nnaoori nolle to maka
and mend Boot and 8bes, at his nw shop is
(Jraham's mw. He Is satisfied that he esn pleat
all.t unless It might be torn Intensely ! stay
st hnm patrinta.) Hr is prepared toaelllew for
Cah or Country Produce. Don't forget tb
Sh'-p next door to Fhuwers A J rah era's store,
on Market street, Clearfield, Pa,, and kept by a.
fellow emmuQly ealkd
Jyfi.7 y "SnOR-TY."
XEW BOOT aD SHOE SHOP.
Con. MARKET A ;ti Prs., CLEAUFIKI.D, Pa.
'"MIR proprl.tor basuntrred Into th IIOOTdV
.1 HOK busineas at the abov iand, and
u determined not to be outdon either ta jual
ity or prio fur his work, Pperiai atieaiinw
will b paid to mnnufarturiug hewed work. II
ha hand a Urn lot of Kretich Kip and
Calf tshtna, of lh very heal quality. The elti
aena ol Clourftt'td ud vicinity ar reapectlnlly
invitfd to gir bin a trial. Na charge for calls.
JkKW 6TOKK AND XEW GOODS.
JOS. SHAW & SON
Havei just f cncJ a
Nsw Sinn, on Main St.. CnnrtiLD, Pi.,"
lately occotiifd ly Wm. F. IHWI V.
, Their stnok ennsitta of
Ckorf.a'U nf tbn best quality,
QuFK.NRrtAiiE, Hoots and Slioci,
'and every article OevcMsirT for
Call and xamine our .lock before pur-
cLasing elsswhere. May 9. I8CG-tf.
Manoractured e.peeislly for
the cLKAiujt:i.r trape,
ii. f. rroi.rn a ro.
Insure Your Property!
fflllK undfrffgnej are prTnd to take sny
reaxinahle Are rika, in gooj and reMalitw
tttidik aa ill. ' I aruiera' Mutual. H ol
' Vtk, Pa.: Ihe ' Ande," of Cmeinnali.lthio; th
i ... f V ..ks Uala
1 reasonshle, and In eawenf l money will Ke paid
p promptly. IKVIN A tftKBt.
HearfleM, P., AplMI, lll f.