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GEORGE B. GOODLANDEK,
KDITOR AND PRO PR IK TOR.
WEDNESDAY MORNIN'O. Jl'NE 21. 1S7I.
Democratic State Ticket.
FOn AUDITOR GENERAL,
GEN. WM. McCANDLESS,
FOR SURVEYOR GEXERAL,
CAn. JAMES II. COOPER,
OP I-AWflKMCK COVHTr.
full poll of the Democratic vot, will
lecure the election of our State ticket by a Urge
.VLot every Demnorat remember that, and
impress the truth of it upon the minds of hh
Democratic District Ticket.
WII.I.IAM A. VAI.I.lCI?,ortleartk'll,
Subject to the action of District Convention.
Democratic County Ticket
JOHN LAIVSIIi;, of Oaceolu.
WILLIAM V. I'OI.I.Y, of Clearfield.
JOHN J. RI'.AI), of I.evtrrnct.
AARON C. TATE, of Clearfield.
REGISTER A RECORDER:
ASIR'HY . I. HE, of Clearfield.
BAMLl'.L r. II MN, of Bradford.
P. F. COUTKIUT, of kartliaua.
BtlFlEN Mcl'llliRSOM, of Clearfield,
8. F. NrCI.OXKKY.nrCiirnenarlllr.
The Primary Election in litis county
is over for 1871. Tlio names of our
nominees will be found at the lioiid
of litis column. Tlie contest was
rather warm between Boine of tho
liondiduK'n, which fact gave tlio voters
ft good insight in lo mitttcra, nnd all
Lud an opportunity to express Hair
preference in llic good old Democratic
way through ihu ballot box, with
out the presence of l ho Radical emblem
of Liberty bayonets.
Tho contest, ns tho tatilo clscwhero
shows, was very close between some
of tho candidate", that of Commis
sioner especially, wliero one vote
turned tho scale.
Mr. John Lawsho, our nominco for
AsscmUy, is a resident of the borough
of Osceola, and is preeminently well
qualified fur the- position. IIo is l.irgely
engaged in the mining of coal and the
niuiiulat-lure of lumber, und lius there
fore n common interest in these "lupin
products of our country; till of which
lie will protect nnd defend in lira rep
Messrs. Wm. 0. Foley and John J.
Rend nro our Htjindurd benj-crs fur the
AsW)tialo Judgeship. Tho former is
n resident of Clem -field borifugh, and
tlio Uitter of Lawrcice township,
about fivo miles distant. They are
both well quiiliflcd fur the position
Stinitiel P. Wilson, Esq., iho liomi
neo for Treasurer, is a Bradford town
ship farmer, w ho bus served us Jiistiie
of the Peuco, nnd is frugal and indus
trious. A look lit his farm, together
with his known hospitality and un
yielding democracy, will satisfy any
Democrat that the funds of the county
will bo safe in his hands.
Francis F. Coutriet, canditlato for
Commissioner, is ulso a farmer rest
ding in KuitliiiiiH township. JIo has
nerved the ptildio in Iho capacity of
Justice of tho Peuco, nnd ono term us
County Auditor . IIo is a real econo
mist, and is just the man to look after
tlio interest of tho tux-payers and see
thut tlio funds of tho Treasury are
, Our nominees for Prothonotary,
Register nnd Recorder ami Surveyor,
Aaron U. Talc, Ashury W. Leo, nnd
Samuel F. Midi key, Esqi., nro tho
present incumbents, nnd were nomi
nated without opposition, from the fuel
that they are well qualified for tho
positions they hold. Ilnvitigdiscliarg
cd the duties of their rcspeclivo ofllces
for three years, past with honor lo
tlnmsclvcH and tho party, no Demo
crat need hesitate to vote for thorn
gain. Of tho many good men who
liuvo filled their' rcspeclivo positions
nono havo done it with tuoru satisfac
tion to the putdiu than they have
besides thero is no discount on their
Reuben McPherson, our nr.minoo
for Auditor, who is u resident of this
borough and Teller of tho First Na
tional Hunk, is just the man for the
pl.ieo. IIo is a young man of strict
Integrity und particularly well quali
fied for the position.
The wholo ticket is a good ono
The voters of Clearfield county never
had a better array of talent presented
to them at nny election, and tho Dem
ocrat nint bo very captious who
duros to quiliblo or hesitate to vote
for nny of them. Whilo wo Miy this,
we are also compelled to stalo that
thero were just ns K, ,,. dcfealed
ns those nominated. This we know
from the fact that wo uro personally
Acquainted with all the cundidutes.
This much ndvico we volunteer to
giro the nominees : Let them bo just
as vigilant nnd exert themselves in
the iulcrerit of the party from now
onlil the October election just as
much as they did in securing their
own tiominution, nnd their conduct
w ill go fur toward liriilin.r nil misun
derstandings that m it y liavs arisen
aiurin the priuisry cVtiJtat
Hon. flcmrul I., 1'allainllgham.
It pains ns to chronicle tho prema
ture death of this nblo statesman,
which occured at Lebanon. Ohio, on
Suturdny, from accidental shooting.
He was engaged ns chief counsol In
the caso of tho Commonwealth in.
Thomas McGohan, charged with the
murder qf Henry Myers, nnd had as
sociated with him cx Gov. McHnrney.
Mr. Vitllundiglinm had made great
preparations to clear tho defendant,
and bad ho dono so it would have been
tho crowning uct of bis life in tho lino
of his profession. He Intended to
demonstrate lo tho jury tho fact that
Meyers had committed suicido by
shooting himself. Court adjourned
just before, opening tho case to the
jurry, nnd while in the offico of Ex-
Gov. McBnnicy tho shooling accurred.
A dispatch to tho Herald says i
It appear that no one was present with Val
lamligl.ain when lite accident occurred but ex-
Lieutenant llovemor Mcllnrney, who hne been
associated with bioi in tho di-fonco of Mcllohao.-
MoHurney hnd expressed aoiue doubt ai to the
theory that Myers luul shut himself. Vallandijr
hain picked up a pistol from the table. Raying ho
would "show him in half a aoound. Two'iistoU
were on the table, one unlondud, and be by mil
take took up the loaded one, put it In hie pooket
and withdrew it, hcepinfrthe inuxicle next hit body.
Jurt a. il waf leaving hi. pocket it was discharged,
it it reported, at nearly tlie same part of the bo tv
nlicro Slvcrs wni .hot. Ho al once vjneulatrii,
"Oh, murder!" and said he had taken the wrong
Tho contents of the pistol lodged In
bis abdomen and produced death in
about eight hours.
His wife bad bocn telegraphed (o
repair lo Cumberland, Maryland, iho
evening before to attend the funeral
of n brother, Jmlgo AleMttlion, and
was thereforo not prosent nt her hqa
bund's death. Her grief can be Im
agined under such circumstances.
Mr. Vullitndigham's deniiso has cast
a gloom over the land. Ho had many
warm friends and bitter cnomies, and
was in possession of talent and elo
quence few could Imitated and nono
could overcome. Had ho lived he
would have been elected United States
Senator from bis State, where- ho
would havo bocn un ornament. In
him the Dcmocratio party hits lost
the ublest of her statesmen. Ho pos
sessed moro eloquence, energy and
versatile character than any other
man on Ihu public stage. His death
occurs iu the bOlh year of his ago.
Editorial Association. Tho Dent-
ocratio Sluto Editorial Association
met in liellefonlo on the 13th and the
Slato Editorial Convention in Wil-j
liamspott on iho 1 4 1 li . Tho Hello
foil to Wiitchman, In alluding to the
matter, says : i
It 1. somewhat singular that while tho mon
remote portion, of tho State, cant and we.t, north
and louth, were represented that but few of Ihu
editor. Hbo rc.itit-d iu the immediate locality of
Iti'llt-fonto were ou hand.
So far ns w o uro concerned, w o have
repeatedly informed tho officers of
both Associations that it would be
impossiblo for us to attend either of
those gatherings if held in the month of
J uuo. If held in May, July or August.
wo would attend. Although one of
tho first in urging organizations of
ibis kind wo havo never been able to
meet our brethren except ut tho first
meeting in Philadelphia. The con
vening of both Associations ut the
timo timo was a mistuko, from the
fact llint u largo majority of us hack
woods editors cannot bo absent tho
necessary letiglh of timo to attend
both. Wo might bo able to etund a
two or tlircm days' "spree," but u
weck or ten days would brcuk down
ouramnteiirconstitution in tlie loafing
lino. Veterans alone- can endure such
fatigno. Why not call ono of iho
Assoeialions together in May nnd the
other In August or tho first of Septem
ber, ami then givo ample notice so
that all may prepare accordingly f
Quacking Aqain.-TIio warm wcnlh
er, the Congressional Committee, and
Iloraco Greeley's visit down south,
hud nearly played out tho blood and
thunder Kti Klux stories manufactur
ed lo order by enrpet buggers for the
purpose of tii koling loyal enrs. Uul
"Dead Dik U" Forney has conio to the
resctio. In tho issue of tho Press of
Saturday, net eral first class horrors
aro produced from North Carolina,
ono of which is to tho effect that a
number of Kn Kluxers' nfobbed nnd
destroyed tho Star printing ofllco at
Salisbury, a pttpcr sustained by tho
carpet baggers nnd scalawags w ho
pay no luxes but prey upon tho prop
ci ty holders for a' livelihood.
Hundreds of printing o dices were
destroyed by loyal mobs a few years
ago, yet (his "J)end Duck" never
once quacked to tho effect that It was
a crime, although much Higher his
own door. .Now, however, tho samo
uct is pronounced a Ku-Klux horror.
Formerly it was loyul sport. How
changed tho views of this political
parricide havo become I
Tiik Senatorsiiip. Tlio Primary
Flection returns indicate that ll -in
Wm. A. Walluco is tho unanimous
choice of tho Democracy of this
county for Senator. How tho Domo
cruls in tho other counties of tlio
district feel upon tho subject wo have
no method of knowing, from tho fact
thai no action bus been had In any of
ihetn bearing upon the quostion.
.. i en., can
Ouu Second Wasiiinhton. Tho
public are daily nauseated with tho
adulations of tlio Radical press which
designates President Grant as "our
second . Washington." Is there nny
man in ad tho land who believes thut
riushington would have degraded his
personal dignity und bis b gh ofllco by
accepting one of I lie gifts thut havo
been accepted by President Grunt 1
Clearly no man believes any such
A mnn who accepts a benefit places
himself under obligations and makes
himself tho debtor of tho donors es
pecially if that man bo in ofllco. This
view of the case has been tuken by
every President from tho days of
W ....I. i . J
ii usiiMigioii uown to mo pcrscculcd
It remained for
Ainircw join son.
cesses n. virant to demonstrate lo'ean simplicity In 4t f resident ol the
the world that Presidential favor wail United Slates, reminding the behold-
ineickatitublo commodity. fort. J era of rhe bettor dayi of th ItoDublio
UtmotratU Count Vomrnllou.
On Tuesday, Juno 13th, 1S71, at 8
o'clock, P. M., the Convention of Ita
turn Judges was culled to order iu tho
Court Room by tho Chairman of tho
County Committee, and upon culling
iho roll by districts It wus found that
twenty-four Return Judges wore pres
ent. On motion or J. S. Mclviernun,
of Gulich, Samuel Kunti, of Brady,
and James Leighton, of Osceola, wore
elected tellers. Tho counting of votes
being tho next business in order, Mr.
Geo. 11. Walluco, of Huston, presented
a protest ngninst counting tho vote
cast in tho borough of Osccolu for
Assembly, and Frunk Short, Esq., of
Clearfield, moved that said protest be
read, which motion being second by
Mr. Geo. II. Walluco ; tho volo being
taken resulted In n defeat of the mo
lion to read tho protest by a majority
of twenty-two. The counting of tho
voto wus then proceeded with, tho
result of which la expressed in tho
following resolution, offered by Mr.
Hoover, of Morris, and adopted :
Rm,liil, That John Law.hr. Aaron ('. Ttatr,
A .burr W. Lee. Samuel P. Wilaun, William C.
Foley, John J. Ri-ed. F. F. CoudrieU Reuben
Mi l'henon. and S. F. McCloikey, hare reotired
the highest number uf votvi ea.t for the re.pootire
office, for which they were candidates and are
horeby declared duly nominated, and are the reg
ular nominees of Ibe Demoeratle parly uf Clear
field eountr, and as such are entitled to the sup.
nurt ofercrr Democrat at the apnroaehlng gene
ral election; and that the Crawlord Hy.Uui of
making nominations tareutood.
Tho following was then offered by
J. R. Reed, Esq., nnd adopted
KitnltrJ. That Hon. Wm. A. Wallace, the candi
date for Senate. this day nominated, be and he ts
herebr authorised lo name bis own oonferecs.
Tho quostion of amending tho sya
tern of making nominations being un
der discussion tho following resolution
wss offered by Jus. Leighlon, Esq , of
Osceola, nnd adopted by tho Convon
tion as nn additional rule.
ItwUtJ? That no per.on shall be permitted to
rote at such Primary Election except such as are
qualified declare under the general election laws
and would be rnooeu 10 roie a. sucn pun were 11
a Ueneral Instead of a Primary felootlon.
And on motion of John Clcnry, Esq ,
of Uloom township, it was
Visoeed. That the tickets for voting at all
Primary Elections held by the Derauuralio party
in Clearnelil eounty snail be printed on one slij
of naner. with nroper beading, for each office, will
all ibe candidates names for each office beneath,
and rotcd in one ticket.
Tho next business in order was the
election of Committee for 187-. On
motion of Wm. P. Chambers, Esq.,
seconded by Wm. 1. Mcl-orklo, J
Blako Walters wns re elected Chair
mun for 1KJ-, nnd II. W. Smith, Esq.,
was, on motion of Cup I. J. S. McKier-
nun, elected secretary.
Deccaria 1'. J. Keagy Olvo Hope P.O.
Roll Ilmry llreih Oslend.
Illoom John (iary Forreet.
Itoggl Jiioob llimeliog..West Doeittnr.
ltrit'llord I. 11. Mama Orahamloa.
Itraly David Reams... ..Liither.lmrg.
llurn.ide D. lloiman... N. Washington
Cheat Iniiae Markle.M...lIard.
Covington John Piekard Frcoclirllle.
IrarSeld Dave I.. kreb.....t'h-arncld
lHcatur. Jaoob llatcnr Otecola Hills.
Ferguson Balser llulliheD.-ltower.
Iliiard W.T. M'Corkle...llald Hills.
tlo.hen A. B. Hhaw Shnwsville.
Ilriiliatn M. L. tiill tlrahamtnn.
Ilulich W . R Dickinon..r!iiiitu s Mills.
UiiHton (leo. Voodwaid...Peontleld.
Jortlnn Martin Hniith Ansonville.
Kar'haur Dr. J. W. Potler..TUree Huns.
Knox David Krkard Nt-w Millport.
Lawrence tliore II. Ilall...l'lcarfield.
Lumber City John HoRrrty I.umler City.
Morris Henry Hoover Kylertnwni-
N. Wabington...A. J. Jaekion...,.N. Wa.binirton.
Osceola J.J. I. ingle 0ceola Mills.
Penn M. M Flrnn Grampian Hill.
Pike D. D. Hioer ..('urwensville.
Tnion. William Welty....Roekton.
J. BLAKE WALTERS,
Ch'm Dcm. Co. Com.
"TheGovkrnmbnt." If what "loy
al" newspapers say about Grant is
tine, ho vioiulcs law as complacently
as tho counterfeit shoving gentry.
Tlio New York iS'un says:
The subjoined piece of intelligence
is tuken from yesterday's Tribune:
"The President has directed IhatOen. N. Mirh-
ler be relieved from duty as Superintendent of
ruolift uuililinjr. ami urouno., and mat urn. u.
LI. HabctK-k be a.signed to duty as Superintendent
in bis plaoe. (Icn. Ilabeock will still retain his
position upon the President's staff, and discharge
ibe duties of Superintendent in addition to bis
Tho President cannot have a staff
without violation of law. IIo is not a
military commander. IIo is a civil
functionary, and he has no right to
keep n singlo military officer about
him. Tho law ullows him a Private
Secretary, and that placo is filled by
.Mr. Kohert M. Douglas. Gon. Hub
cock, Gen. Porter, and Gon. Ient aro
all employed ut tho Whilo House in
deflunco of law ; and the so called
duties which they perform there are
so many illegal acts.
What can bo hoped from a Prcsi
dent who deliberately and persistently
breaks tho law of the laud in his own
A Man With Nothing to Do.
Some of the friends off. A. Scott aro
a lilllo solicitous lest he should bp out
ol a situation tins summer, and are
engaged hunting up railroads, t o or
three hundred miles long, 10 enable
him to tuke tho Presidency, just to
keep his hand in. This is well enough,
as lio Is only J resident of five rail
roads includinir tho Union Pacific,
Vice-President of twelve, Including the
lcmisylvHiiiA t.cnlral, Director in
thirty three, and General Consolida
tion Agent for tho balunce. IIo keeps
four Secretaries' busy looking nflor
ins iron, on, silver, gold, quicksilver,
lead, sliilo, steel, coul and wild land
interests, devotes n few leisure mo
ments to steel rail and locomotive
manufactories, steamship lines, bridge
building mid engineering. Finds re
laxation in running tho Pennsylvania
and Virginia Legislatures, and entire
reposo in directing Congress, the Pres
ident and the Supreme Bench, In nil
thut relates to his chain of roads
throughout the land. Independent of
all this lie is married, ills locks uro
slightly sprinkled with grsy, but Ibis
comes of years not care. His f.ico
wours a sunny smilo, and is us cheer
ful as a robin iu May. It is well, thut
his friends look uflur him and see thut
lime Is not permitted tu hung heavy
on his hands.
Tin Galena Tanner. An ex
change saj s: Un Sunday Of last week,
at Long lira itch, I'rcsnlent Grunt, Do
ing loo much fatigued from his previ
ous day's journey to nnd from Mew
York to attend church, appeared on
the roud with his I'timily in a magnifi
cent carriage, (presented to hi in by
admiring friends) drawn by two high.
stepping bays, (also a present), with
four colored servants, two on tho dri
ver's scat and two behind, all dressed
in gorgeous butter mil colored livery
Cnrei.cn led hv a New York tnilor.W
I A remarkable exhibition of iienubli.
Deraocrallc Primary Election
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jit i:u log ihu
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4U ' 0 ,81
JOT 88 160 Li?
M At 10 III
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11 li 17 25
4? ' 17 4
4f ' IS 30 IT
TS 14 46 47
34 1 "
11 4 tl II
51 81 li '4,V
41 li IS Is
77 44 . 44 7!
l; - v in li
47 4 I 4,
li7 74 4 71
AO 41 8 ii
178 101 . 14!
an 14 tb "it
VI ISO 84 :'74i
.11 14 " 17 'fs
174 107 20 lit
ISM j 17 I28 jll4lu
Jturu side.... ..
DISTRICTS. W a
cos. ? f B
Tleeearla...'.' 16 1 41
Pell 1! IS .........
Bloom . 13 I
llomts- H 10 10
Bradford 1.11 II 14
Bradr 1" P7
Burnside II li I
Che.! 4 17 II
Cnvlnnton 10 40 IS
Clearfield 34 131 88
Curwennvllle..... 8 11
Decatur 64 I 44
Fergu.on 8 0 1
Ulrard 16 11 I
Ooshen IS T I
Urahara 18 10 il
llulich 1 T I
nu.too 1 I 39
Jordan li 14 I
Karthaus 37 I H
Knoi 4 14
Lawrence 48 134 30
Lumber City 4 10 I
Morris 61 SI
New Washington 10 16 I
Osceola 31 00 40
Pens II 41 H1
Pik II 14 I
I'nion 10 IS 1
Woodward....... 30 70 90
Total. 781 1107 708
Dhiftino. During tho rucentr ses-l
sion of tho Yelling Men's Christian As
sociation ut Washington. I strong ef
fort wua made lo convert this largo
body into a political m.iehino. Do
lano, Secretary of ibe Interior, and
Ihu "Christian Soldier," Ueu. Howard,
tho man who is now estitnutod ut
000,00(1, lion it is well known ho was
not worth that man) half cents fou
ycars ago, made, speeches -higlriy
eulogistic of "Sun Domingo" Grant.
Mr. .Stuart, of l'iiiladulpliiu, a political
demagogue in the exuberance of his
political feeling, cxcluimcd :
"Unit bless yuccn v iciorin, uou
bloss President Grunt; long owj Ihry
bo permitted to rcijn over these jjreat
Tbu ncoido will havo a onv in the
mutter us to Grant's second reign, and
thut say will bo agaist tho smoker
and Ins hirelings.
Tint Tbui Issue. In speaking of
tho position of the South, tlio Ultra
Observer trullilully remarks: "An in
divisiblo Union of independent States
that is tho WRlch-word of tho Dem
ocratic purty North ond South. To
secure such a Union, with tho bless
ings which will attend it we of tho
North nro willing to drop all extrane
ous questions and fight the fight solely
On tllO isstlO Of local Self-COVerntlielll
US uirainst ccntrulir-ed imDoriulisin
In thin work wo nlmll have 'tho
hfiirty cooperation ol' every .Demo
crat in tlie South."
1)tUPOS-kl.H. Carpentrrt and baitdera are
hereby notified tbat the fehool tJireelora of
Lawrence luJrpendcnt Di'triet No. I will receive
propositi fir tlie erection of a large and com mo
dioli i fCIlOOl. 1IOI HB, In said dlMricl. until
Haturday, July lit. Tboau dnirinf to hid will
please call oo tbe Secretary, who will oxbil.it all
the neceioarv plan and pfei Rent ion .
AliRAHA.M 11UMIM1KKV. Vrrt't,. '
O. Ft. M KR'tRLia, (Secretary, Je2l 21
TIHT OF JIIHOH DUAWy FOR PRP.
j temner Term. 1871 I eommtneing 4th Mon
day. (2Mb) !
iuD J mon,
Lemtifl RrtoL...neoaaria J. Monre Ferijcuiten
Jaa. II. 8underlin....HelllJ. A. L. Flegal,...urhen
(JrorKe Hr. HncKi'T. Hewitt Ktiaton
Wes t, II. Sbin7,.!ud-!J. Mcllht-ebaa.... Jnrdan
ford. J. W. Potter.... Karfbeua
A. Pentt, )r Brady 'W, Mnpn Lawrence
J. iMc .iurray...tiurnHie ii. li l.Tri..i,omherLity
Calvin Slovens. ..Chest
C llarrooy-.,. Covington
II. F. King Clearfield
N. Fullmer Morris
John l.awshe. Ost-eola
A Hi a Mi-Donald-.t.Pcnn
I -see Caldwell I'lke
David Dremler.... I'nion
H. Ilsgerly.... Woodward
W. (. II artihoro....!. ur
wensville. J. L.ThonpsoQ..Deeatur
U. L. McOhee. licit J. 1. lloyt Ferguses
Amos H. Tate..
A. B.RIiaw. Uosbsn
D. W. Chllson Illoom
H. Lingvo. " ,
Wm. Conrad tlulick
Wm. 8. Curry Jordan
M. Heed Lawrence
Joel Foresl " , I
J II. tlearharl, Bradford
Mark Kyler "
J. O. Urav "
Henry Aliwrl "
Daniel l"rcwerl... "
J. lialiiillon.. M
John Lee Uurnstdo
James H cliel., "
Joe. L. Neff.
Othello Smeed... "
Daniel Fiahcl Chest
L. Denning "
A. F Mitchell.
J.M'lllanghlia " -Jno.
I. . Og-len
(iilbrrt HiHiver... Morris
M. A. llrown
M. n. Mctlralb-.Oiceola
W, M. Kowlea I'enn
.toseph I.. Dale l'iko
.1. R. Caldwell
A. P. Hlonm
Philip Long "
W m. Illenn.
II. F. Ilarley I'nion
imTiiUH house: .
Opposite Ibe Court House,
LOCK' HAVEN, P B N N'.A.
Jel4 71 TJAl'SKAL A KROM, Prop's.
Q QA K K W A H II I The Com mi.sinnvs of
0 Ve ClearAeld county will give a reword of
Twenty Hollars -for the detection or the party or
parties who are constantly tnntllating and dolssing
tba walls and stairs of Ilia Court Ilouse. Within
a few days Ibe fine railing oo Hie slrirwar has
been ehipped and cut from top to bottom.- Il was
evi.lenlly tlie net of a thoughtless hoy or a wicked
adult. The above reward will be paid to any one
giving information concerning this act, and the
names of those giving the Information will be
withheld ef desired. 8. II. rlllAKKNKH.
. 8. II. IIIMlMAN,
10mm n. I'mee, 1 UAliU HULK,
IJXr-X'UTOIVH KOTK R Nolloalshera
J hy given thai Letters TesUmentary having
beB vranled tn the ...Itaerlb.. nn tl,. ..I
M1CIIAKL BI'MiKHLAND, dee d, lata of Hell
townsmp, learneld eonnty, Pennsylvania, all
persons indebted to said Kstala aro roqueslsd lo
maka immeitlala navmeni. anil thnu k.al.a
claims against tha same will praatnt them duly
auuieniicaieu lor eeiiiemeni. .
AllOS ot'NDltM.AN'D, .
Jun, II, 1871:84. Kieculan
1.M1H HALI-lt-811 HUUUIKd and several
' two hors, WAUONS, hy
K. 1. IRVIrt k CO.'
0rwpirlll, P,SI.-4,147I:ltt -u
Held Saturday, June 10, 1871.
). !o iiv ; : ' I P o o
.aaouya 4os. . f- 3 J.
-v 11 .H, " 18 IS '13 I 64 86 il II
11 ,41 I II 13 I 71 72, 42 lj
4 27 1 0 17 I7i II 2
I 1 li 31 14 II' 34 I
I !4 14 4 41 44 S3 ij 81 18
4 I 24 42 I 20 80 0l 149 12
4 0 1 4 IS I 411 44 44
11 . 38 83 - 7 1 2 4 106 1 07 SI 1.1
4S ......... I t 22 16 14 1
r 10 -4 43 4.1 44 10 14.1 10:1 1.19 39
1.1 43 1 , 47 II 16 27 IS 7
33 4 40 16 12S 110 in 41
27 t 4 24 1 IS Id II 1.1
33 ..' T 14 16 41 I
14 4 IS II 14 II 3S 1
1 2 47 27 3( 49 8
21 4 11 4 8 3 34
, IB IS 4; 41 2
24 1 35 1 4 li 1H 16 14
I 12 1 2 18 31 16 13
T 4 I 44 T 47 4l .1:1 IS
J .,4 ;4 140 44 3i 146 Ml1 124 20
H 1 10 8 41 4:1: 10 14
I .. 11 1.1 31 167 100 I061 21 81
4 II I I 21 4 ii in: 4 60
U 4 I 18 IS 00 144 :3.1, 4 194
T 0 88 16 17 14, 66 4
102 63 14 04 1 2 44 61 4:'! II)
I I 27 1 18 16, 39
14' "If II ' 141 t 71 III 18?l I 163
441 328 462 170 414 tit 'Hit 162;, 1.12?
74 ' I. 37'
jJ eC A UG II r. VS
. . Bceond Street,
Alwars on h.nd, Fre.h Oysters, Ios Cream
Candies, Nuts, Crackers, Cake., Cigar., Toi-aceo,
Canned Fruits, Oeangcs, Lemons, and all kind.
of frull in season.
JMr-IULLIARD ROOM on second floor.
JrH'TI D. McUAUUIIgY.
-pitlVATi; lilt PIB1.IC BALLS
.Valuable Real Estate I
Th -uloi-rilwr will oflfnr at Vuttio Sale, on
THUHhlAY,24th dnj of AUUUtfT, out, if not
oonar fold.) al I o'clock p. m , at hii hoat. hi
enure proprtr. iituai in union toonolitp, tlear-
6oltl eoatitj. Pa., ooniiitinjt of IU9 Auraa ami iii
per cent, alluwane f tbt boat Farm, Timber and
toal Landr, M ibraa tvtwryi, lying in ona body,
h ill d aoia unrr ariieraie or toirriner, at reaMn
abkntri. Tba M I'UOVKMKMS are ai M
lu w i, vis: Atrout 110 Aorra oleared and under
ftood enltrratioa, wiifa four Iwellm( Uouiea.thrre
Haroa, on Sawmill, and other outbuilding--, and
Hire flrturaia Orehardi of ebuieo fruit. Xba boil
of runninr water 4oar tha noasea.
Tb balanoa of thM laada timbered with Plot,
!ltalM'k aod othnr timber, ufficient to eat about
fivo million (a,000,0U0) feet of lumber. For
mineral property Ihia ia tho beat (o this part of
ino eouniry i eontiting ai iroa ure. Lira t-t tone
, and Stone Coal of the best quality. Urge veins,
"ined.and convenient to the Railroads now
under way of buildinr.
v 4-For partieulars eall on tho aubwriber or
add ra him at Koch ton 1. li.. riearfleld oonnty.
Juno 1Z-VI JUU.N UHt.fl.hK.
RF.PORT of the eondition of the FIRST
NATIONAL BANK of Clearfield, at tbe
eloea or business oo June loth, IS71 1
Loans and Discounts $1211, Ml 44
II. B. Hoods lo secure eireulation
U. 8. Moods on hand
Due from redeeming A reserve agent,
Due from other National Hanks
Due from other Monks and Hankers ...
Furniture and Futures
Tales paid .'.
Cneb Items, (inelading stamps).
Bills of other National Hanks..
Fractional Currency, (inelud. nickels)
Legal Tender Notes
4 ' I.UIILITIBS.
fapltal slock paid In. $1(10,000 00
Surplos fund 1.1,0110 40
Discount .an 42
. Rschange.... Mt 27
' . . . . a . . .
: inirmi 0,910 Vd
S.Sl mmA la. I .11
National Mank eireulat'n outstanding, 14,4114 00
Diriilends nnpald 14 00
Individual D-no.lt. I.1.SV 04
Duo tu .National Hanks 1,414 42
t. Jonathan Bovnton, President of th. First
National Bank of Clearfield, do aoleunly swear
Hint the aoore statement Is true to tb, best of my
koowjedge, and belief,
' JON A. HOYNTON. President,
Hubserlhed and sworn to before me this 1Mb dsy
of June, 18?!. WM. HAllKIIACII, N. 1.
Cornet Attest I (t. MITCIIKI.L,
, W. II. DII.L,
. H. MOHSOP,
RKPORT of tha condition of the COUNTY
NATIONAL HANK or Clearfield, at tho
eloaa of bnsiness oo Saturday, Jon, 10th, 1871 1
Loans and dieoount.. $140,291 48
Overdraft 4.841 14
II. 8. bonds lo secure eireulation 74,11011 00
line from redeeming agent. 1,771 82
Due from other National Hanks 8.1.11 li
Hue from Stale Hanks and Uaokere.. 18.014 18
Fnrnltnre and Bxlurt, I,.V4 21
Current eipenses.M M 1,104 Oil
Tairs paid 4 8 71
Cash items, Including stamp 1,804 84
Hills of other National Ranks.. 1,442 04
Fractional ourreticy,including nickels, Jtil 18
Ppecfe, vlsi eoin , 4 V0
Legal-tender notes Il,4'l 40
$2,'i4 V!4 41
Capital stork paid In. ...llnd.OnO 40
Surplus fund 4,004 04
Kxcbange. 1 i7 41
Interr-at l.dStl 74
Profit and Iocs ISA 18
Circulation outstanding 8&,2.'i4 04
Individual deposit, .. 10,218 40
Duo to National Banks. 4,171 14
Dae la Htate Banks aid Bankers 1,424 71
I, W. M. 8haw, Cashier of th. County National
Bank of Clearfield, do solemnly swear that the
above stateinenl is true to the best of my knowl.
edge and belief. W. M. 8IIAW, Cashier.
Hnheerlhcd and sworn lo before me this 18th day
f June, A. D. 1471. WM. RADKHACH, N. P.
Oortwot A U.st 1 .. JAMKS T. LRONARD,
. r 1 - - . JAMB B. 4HAUAM,
' V ' 41. U RKKD,
Jhna Jl, 1871, .. Directors.
12, W 47
TUB CKLKMRATBD RICIIARD80N BOOTS,
Light Kin........ $1 44.
French Kin M 4 41.
French Calf. 4 44.
;Opfa'th)lrlf ., IMTlBl f.
On Wednesday, June 7th, 1871,
Mbs. T.! E.f WATSON h
Will return from Philadelphia with an entirely
new and elegant assortment of MtLLIXERV,
D11ES3 and VARIETY G00D8.
Than Goods will far surpass an Quods of the
seaau (tor style and quality, being atxsrrKD
tisiciiLLT bj myself from the largest and moil
fashionable houses os Chestnut and Arch street.,
and will ha tha tost slvdcs for the summer.
Being bought low for easb, I ean supply the
trade at greatly rtduoed rate. i '-
J.T-lt Mas. WATSON.
Notice to Creditors!
HAVING deternilneil to quit the aeraaotila
business In Karthaus, notloe is hereby given
to all persons knowing Ihemtelvoo Indebted to
me, either by book aocount or note, to maka im
mediate settlement, as l am desirous to elose gp
mr bosinees as sooa as possible. He entire stock
of store goods, consisting of everything usually
kept In a oonntry -store, will be disposed of at
euit, either at wholesale or resall.
w. b. DAnne.1.
Karthaus, Jane T, lS7l:4t.
MARBLE AM) ST0E YAILD!
Mrs. S. S. LIDDELL,
Having enjaged is tha Marble business, desires
to inform her friend, and the public that she has
now and will keep constantly on band a targe and
well selected stock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
M AKMLE, and is prepared lo furnish to order
BOX AND CRADLE TOMBS,
Curb, and Posts for Cemetery Lots, Window
Sills and Caps, also,
BUREAU, TABLE AND WASH 6TASD
T0P8, Ac., Ae.
1. Yard on Rted street, near the R. R. Depot,
Clearfield, l'a. je7,7l
rpilR COMMISSIONERS of Clearfield county
I offer tbe above reward for the arrest and safe
Hvlivery In the Jail of tha aforesaid county of
JAMES JOIINtiO.V. He is about 24 years old
fir, feet nine or ten inches in height, low furbead
brown, dirty looking hair, one blue and ono grey
eye, thin face, dark complexion, big lips, scar
across upper lip, anil bas one finger cut off Ibe
right hand next index linger. Said Joboson bas
been living near Glenn Hope, .his coonty for
some lime past.
P. II. SIIAFFNER,
May 28, 1871. Commissioners.
rpin: largest roi.u
KNOCKS THE PERSIMMONS,
in (.i.en norm
Jsmes M, Dickey A Co. keep for sale the cheap
est Ulass-ware and me oesi lea in rue eouniy.
Rest Rilver Drip at ...f 1 IS
Heat Ilea Hire Syrup at I 00
licit No. I Syrup a!.. 14
4,000 pounds Wool and 40,000 28-inch Sbinjles,
for which tbe highest prioe will lie paid by
JAMKS M. DICKEY A CO.
(Ilea Hope, May ll-2u ,
Ml I SI I TlJi! TIM!
STOVE I 8TO V EM I KTOVES!
WAPLE & IIARTMAN
Peiire lo Inform tha eititcniof Otcaota and
the public jrenernllT, thut they hare jutt received
a Unrtand rnlendid ainortraent uf Storen. Ilouae-
hnlil Hardware and (Stamped and Japanned
Wares of all kind. Alr-o that wo manufacture
and keen ennntantty on hand a full eortment of
T ; - 117 . i- iii j: -t
I U laical cs, wuiva WtJ Will Ol-ftOtfJ VI Bl
either wholesale or retail, to inft parrhaera.
Kmiliif, Hpoutinfr,, Hepairinff and all kinds of
1 on nun auno lo or Jer ami witn dmpatrh
Htrtet attrnttoD paid ordering articles for par
ties desiring It,
Consumers will And it lo llirlr advantage lo
purcuase trum us. Uur stork and prices will sat
ify you that wo do sell good wares at
prices inai pieaso mo people.
You will And us on Curtio street, nearly op
poiitethe Kihan(e Iluiel.
Osceola Mills, F., May 10, HT1 If
FIGIRES THAT ARE FACTS !
Dry Gooda, Notion. Trlmmlnn; A Millinery
The only exclusive Dry Goods Store in th, county.
Study Your Interest I
Buy Where You Can the Cheapest I
Heavy and line Brown Musltns, Hleaehed Mm
llns. eitra wide Brown and Rlrartied Pheelinfn,
Pillow Casinr. Ticklnn. Hirkorv itr.e, Denims,
nine urm, i:ottnnades. t'avslmores, flannels,
IMtits. Irlalties, Percales. Lawns. (Irenailines.
Mernanies. Bummer Silk, Japanese Silk, Rleek
Hilk, very (fiod, at $l.Ji per yard. The above
are new, irofn ajnoai, ani anve oniy io DO priced
w anow di lueir remaraauio oaeapnoas.
II O S I K 11 Y :
Ladles' plain and ribbed 1W, It ). to 11.15
per pair, Children's plain and fnney Cotton Hose,
tleni's llrown and ftlne Miied Hose. Rnperitoiit
and Puperflno HritM'h ltes;iilar Made linen, Hal
hrifraii and Llsla Thread Hone, Ladies', Misses'
Children's. Gent's and Uoya India Oanso and
Li He Thread Underwaro.
Ladles', Men's and Children's Berlin, Lisle
Thread and 811k Oloves, Children's Kid (1 lores.
Ladies' Kid Slaves, all eolors. fl.tft. 91 TS and
$1.00 per pair, Kent's Kid U loves, all colors, Lisle
1 bread and Ucrhn u lores.
Piques, ehotee styles In ffrrlprs, Fintres, Cords
and faun rinisheu.m lonoo porvanl; Jneonett,
Nansooks, Victoria lawn, Rwiss Mall, white and
colored Tflrletan, Tap Checks, Mosqattn Net,
I'urtain am, 40, An and no oents and pi. no pet
vardi Towles and Tow lint;. Ilrowa and Blenobed
Tnhle Laina-ks. Napkins, Quilts, An.
K n ft I i e h Crohrt Kdfflnjs, Imperial Fmhrold
ary, Heftlslered Kmbroidery. Valenei Lsee, Not
ttnghfim Lsoo. Frilltnp. Alexandria IriMinr.
Hum hurt, K'ljfiirg, Inseriins;, Maglo and Always
(trady H up in if, llereulrl Draid, Alpaca Pratd,
Hair ts, II lack and Brown 8wilehc. Chfrnons,
Buttons of every1 description, 8lcvo Buttons, Ao.
Laee Collars, Mn.n Collar and Cuffs, Cnder
sleevea, Chimisets, llandkereblefs. Tie, and Rows,
Rllihnn and Millinery Uoods, Trimmed Uataend
Bonnets, Ae Ac .
tr-Mnyera III f 'ease It this their atlen
lion. Tim, and money Hill be ured.
Rsinemher lha plaea t '
my IT Market street, Clearfield, Pa.
rULL AND EXAM1NB tha NEW GOODS
4:1 ' TCM.KRTOK'S.
ThTECKTIES Tha very laUsTsTyleer;
4:1 . D. R. PCLLERTOH'I,
LANK tO!"STABtli' MLIJ jfQR
mt at wip enevt ' -
gwl Wtatf (or alr.
Valuable HoteTTn Wallacoton I ,
A larpe and eommodioui Tavern Stand situate
oq the eorner of Clearfield and llaujliiovn streets
in lha eill.fe f Wallaeelon. The bull lip is 42
III foot In else, with good (tabling atUKhed to
the rreiaUoe. The llou.e has a fair share or the
nnblie patronage and will be sold on moderate
terras.. For further Information aidy to the sub
ecribur, residing 00 tbe premises.
May 312 , UKO. W. HAHUIN8.
Valuable Grlstjilll lor Sale!
rpilR nnderslirned offers For Pnla a Onit Mill,
X Dwellieg House and Blora lloasr. sitoste in
Hew Millport, Clearheld ouunty, l'a. Tbe Mill is
in good eondiiion, having been repaired and put
km Mellent order wilhin the last year, and has a
good paving oustora. Il Is situalsd In one ol' the
uesi woeai-growuig evuuuw -
deeidedly inorea- Us olne. The) Dwelling
ilouse and store Hoora are aisu in gov.. rm-r.
Together with tba above properly will be sold
about ' ...
44 ACRES OF LAND.
partly steered and balanoa in Timber Land.
Terms mad, known on application to me
undersigned at Ktw lllllporl If. 0.
u... Ti ' inn v FOX.
a.; .i-.w - -
Houses and Lots For Sale!
I will sell a well Improved House and Lot, sua.
alrd on leust street, beiwua Third and
e'nurth t and a larire well flni.hod new House aii'l
two I.ls, eltuati'd on' the south easl eorner of
Loeust and Fourttl streets, ror terms auo emqi
lionsapplvlo JOHN W.bULUAKt
Clearfield May I7tn, 2m.
Valuable Real Estate I
The sobsotiher will olfet at nrirate aale, on
reasonable terns, the totlowinit Vleel Kstate, stia
at. in Morrie township, Clearfield oouuty, Pa.,
euniainin 1DO ALHICM and allowaoce, and
having thereon erected a two. story plana nouse,
feel, frame Darn. 40x44 feet, and all tlie
other nteessary outbuildings, all in food order
and repair, ten acres o an Orchard of the
ohoieest varieties of fruit. A ne'er failing Spring
at the house and a Well at the hern. One nnu
drrd acres of It is nndertaid'wllh a vein of the
liest quality of Coal, six feet aod seven inches in
thickness, eiien to inspection at any lime,
ftirk'itt further information inquire of the sub
scriber at bit nildcnoe in .Morris luwii.hip.
DANIL'L UK AM,
Kylertown P. 0. 4:5:3iu"J Agent of Oeo. Deem.
7" EKT VIRGINIA
Timber and Coal Lands
Tbe following tracts of Timber and Conl Lands
are offured for aula: una tract or 17,nu acres,
lying on tbe Elk Hiver. in Webster couuty ; three
tracts lying on the same river In lira it on county,
two of A.OuO acres each and one of 1, acres ;
and one tract containing v,3 0 aervi, lyinxoa the
(lauler Kirer, In Nirbolas eounty, Tint it ks to
throe lands aro perfect.
Any inforroatiuQ concerning (here Isntlncau te
had by Mreesing U . Ci.miAi-,
Mrcb22, lKTI-tf. ' 1'hilipsburg, Pa
Farm for Sale 1
IIOXTATMNU 40 ACHES, In a good state of
cultivation, suunica in nae lowiisiiip, i inr
11 eld eouniy, Pa., alont eighty roils from Log in's
Flooring Mill, on th turnpike lending rroin t ur
wensville to Clcasiicbl. llnving a story and a hall
house, stable tid out buildings thereon. There
is also a good spring an I a young orchard on the
premise. Any person desiring a oico little home
will And this a very ricvirahtc location. t
For further partieuUrs inquire of Iliuhcl Cald
well, on tb premises, or O'ldrcns
T. W. FLEMINO,
March 29 tf. CurwcnsvilU, Pa.
Jry (DootlSr rcrcrlf.5, (?tr.
Taxes & High Prices Repealed!
A NEW START !
OIIBAT REllLCTION OP PrtlCES A GREAT
HARTSOCK & GOODWIN'S,
Caused bj tha opening of a new lot of :
SFRING & SUMMER GOODS!
We take pleasure In Informing our old as welt
as Hew customers, and the public genemlly, tbat
we have returned from the East with a lare and
wen selected Slot 01 goons.
We oall especial attention to onr eleirant
assortment of tSIIki nnd Press floods, 10 vry
variety, laavitueree, Cottinadcs, Jeans
and Sheeting, and every variety
of Doinoslic Dry Goods,
at prices to suit
Ladies' and Children' Shoes A Gaiters
In tadles varletj. Call and eiaiaioe I hem. Also,
Mens and itny Howl and rtaorn, of
tvery kind and price, lists and
Caps in every style,
Skeleton and M'nve flulnr Corsets, Ho.
siery and ti loves. Pocket Cutlery of the finest
bnglisa make, honpa, Perfumery aud
Kwiions of all kin Is,
Oils, Wood and Willow Wart, Drug and Patent
Medicines, and In feet everything you want All
of which will be sold cheap for cash or country
tefc, Wool and Short Fhlng'n Wanted I
HAMTOCK A (H)ODWIX.
Curwroiville, Pa., Maj 2i, 18;i 2tn.
JUST RECEIVING 1
T IOIIT CALICOKP. RP1.ESDID 10c. CALL
Ijeoes, Delaines, Whirling Cheeks, Muslins,
I'laids, White Hoods, Percales, Japanese Silks,
lllark Silka. 8ilk I'nplins, Pliiuk Alpacas, TaMe
i.ineus, v eivetccns, Miawn, lloya Va-siuiercs, fto.
AT 3. MILKS KRATZER'81 '
nOSIKRT, 8I1.K OI.OVKP. BEST PARIS
K ill fllnves. Lsee C ll.re. Ilir Hllnt.. .n.l
Ctiignona, Hair Nets, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, Ao.
. ! T 1. WILES KRATZKR'B t
DRESS TRIMMINtlR, FI1.K FRIXQES
Satin, Yelvst Ribbons, Dultom, do.
AT J. MILES KRATZER'81 '
TRIMMED HATS', nillllONjt,
Millinery tloodi, Ac. Is.
- AT J. MILKS KRATZKR'SI. -.
nNEQrAi.r.n RTorK op i.AniEc and
,V v '"" "oo nailers, jteir, rrench
kip and Calf Hoots, Call and Lasting Halters, AO.
AT 1. MIUS KRATZER'S!
' ' : i- la
0 000 .P,,I!CE8 WA,X PArER-c. to
.t' V ,l'"" f holl-r,p,i.. Kloor Oil
Cloths, Window dhadra. hrst Whil. Ilranlta Tea
..are, uiass nam, labia Knlvca and forks, Ao.
' AT J. MILES KRATZER'S I
ClIniCH JEAS, COFFEE, AVD OTHER
Orooeries, Pried Apples, Peaches, Cherries,
Prune,, Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Cora, da.
aMVThe ahera. with an in......... I. fr .,1
ftoi.ils. have heen houhl at the lowest oaeh prices,
and will be olVeed at vary low rates.
f"Coma and aiamlna Ihem wt.Mthe i.n
buy er not,
3. M. KRATZER.
' (Perraerlv C. K raiser A Snna.l
Meal door to II. P, Blgler A Co.'i Hardware 8lore.
Cleartlald, March 14, llil If.
'T. H. MUMAY,
ATTORNEY ASD COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Prompt attention elven ts all leeal hnalfiavs
n trusted l Mtvurala Clearflold sn 1 adtnlnine
oountifcs. Offlw ea UaHiet at., onmnii. N....I.-.
wwurw, vdvmrariw. r. Jbll Tl
Clearfield County Dank
rpilK Clasrileld Com.iy li.ok , , '
led Institution ha. , , ''",
lo. surrender of its el.eiier, cr, v nrl?
All Its stuck Is ooned -y lie ,!" "'
mil eontlnue ih rii,ku.( i..h ,
I'lsor.aa I rivsle llai ki Is ui .l,, ,i , ".
ol the "t'lesrlleld l oui ti I; ,, ., .. "(, ,lL n
stion.lhle lor the del.ts ut 1)1, '.'''Ml.
Its ejote on demand af ire n
received and inleresi t,si IU tti-r.
a Bled lime. Purer OisniiM,.
as birrli.f.irs Out f.r rea.tib ,..,
..i..iCT.j r.. .ti i.,.,n.i.
lri,. A ..,.i.n,.u.,... .... bll'l
runs-, of the hii.iiiess uen i,f n,, , K
eneetiully snllei'ed. At I'r, . ""
offieerj of il-e late t leailt.ld l - nri, i, 11
require the notes of mid i:.i.k tUi.1.M'''
f.ir re'tenill..n. t,l"''d
IAH. T. I.Kll.f AHD, Tt 1 1? It . I. f . M,.
A. K. WHIOIIT. ri r Ui,
V. A. W 4 I.I. A i K "'
The tiudneas.! the liahk il .
John M l.m.. V.
' int. u
J. D. M'Hirk.
BANKING ic OOLIICTICi' HOUSJ
KcCIRK t FERKS.
HueetS'ors to l'"n.ti r, l'i
riililliuri;. I'liitic i
"ttfllKIlK all th.. lu.i
1 1 wIP oe triin.'S'.-d-.J .,..
moel fuvoraole ternis
County National LinkP
THIH Dank I, now oi, ,., ,
nese. (llSee n fe.i.n. .ir. ,i ir, nn.II'
ing formerly orrupied hy I.,i,,.i 1 rt ... c
ntiiacToiis axil ..nn hs
IAS. B. OMAIIAM, I: I (,n ..
M A WAI.I.Af'K, VI l pul. .'"
A. K WltlllllT, (11 ... . J
W Tl FIHW, J I,!. T II. :.e
juj, no re.riter.
OREAT l:XCIit:!LN. AT
rVFRVIIOUT tMlrgt. ttr'r.
J of be in- crowded ut into th c
ll loo want f i Mid (Wilif J. nr. if..
If yoawant ..ur Sli-i'e ir .nertHi t.
If yoa wni gm.d Mill f.,t-. r,t to
II yn want your wgi iruutu in th
strle and TorktBaiiPhtp. in to
lUKi'S rnahes tbe beet blmrp Mt,
;e it ilit
iate, ana one an kititie of JiLAi h
s chcdp as ran be done la tlie -
t lr Cfak.
Jly Post Otlice address Is C'furtl
Borjr Tp., Deo. IV. lf7.tt.
D-S1BE.- to inform bi. oi l frt-r.dn mi tU.
ttmers. that having en'sr fj LiiUr iDi
iiioreasrd bis facilities tor iDMru tuf -fr. h n
now pri'vari'd to teak loond r u h f miniur h
may be desired, in g-'d style m.il ,t ,-ea(- n;
lir CASH. He generally h n h m i, u
f-urniture rooms, a vuried aoriu;it uf rent,
mad furniture, among which ure
urni-AU.s and sinj-:-r.ni;i)s,
Wardtobesand nook-Ceses; Centre, "fi.Pt:,
I'reakfssi at d llnlng Fzti-t siKO T-t lrn Co'
mn. Frmrh po-teCottupc.Jr'i ny-l ir d irdotbr
Hedteads ) fs of all kinO, Y tk .ti.
Hut racks, W'ah-tands ; huckir g ptd i n
Chairs sptlns;cut. fane Iui(1iil, fmiV,.
nop aod other Chairs j Looking-UNr- bfntn
dtseription oa baad i and new p1--. I t ,i
frrme, which will be put In in tiry fantabx
lertns un i hurttst nutice. lie 1m. U-1 on hM
-it furnUhes to nrdr, Cirn-busk, II. lr kti ut
ton top Mattresses.
Vfft'FfNt op livritY Kind
Made tt- ordtT.'and funerals ailtoled ith s
Hearse whenever desired. Aim. 11 "in- i'ainiirj
done to erdrr. The subfrrilier ju rrtntiui.r
turcs, aid bas constantly en Isu.i, rjtcrt'i
Patent Washing Machine, tbe hcM uuu in w 1
Those nsing this msrhue ncve-r ned l-t ai:b
out clean clothes! He Im has b tr't Patut
Churn, a superior article. A Un.iij uiog tin
Chum never S(d be wtibnut butter I
All tht above and muny nth-r Hrti-iej ire far
nUhed to customers cfcp tur i'imi er i xcb.mgf 4
fur approved country pri-uui e. Ih. riv. M t,
PopiMr, l.lnwood and otier l.un ber i-xslle Ut
Cabinet work, taken In ittsiye fr lurcitu-i
MT Renumber the fhnp is n M rli street,
Clfarfii'lJ, Pa., and nmriy o i ueite ibe -1 i -i J
Stre." JuIlN OL LlLli.
Ni.rembsr 2, y
READING FOR ALL!!
BOOKS cf- STATIOXEKY.
Market Sl.( Clearfield, iM the INit n&ct.)
'pilK undersigned beirs letive to snnuiii-e 'S
I the cittsens of Clearfluld and vicinitr, hit
be bss fitted up a ttoin and has Jut retum.d
from th etty with a large amwuot uf rcd.i g
matter, onofsting In part uf
Bibles and Miscellaneous Ecoks,
Blank, A croon t and Pass Bi'k of every di
cription ; Psr end Envelopes, Fret rb frriird
and plain t Puns and Pencils; Uisi k, I.r.-sl
Pipers, leeds, Mortgsgos; JuHun-iif. Li-option
and Prinisnry notes t W hite nii'l I'rnh;
ment Uriff. Legal Cap. Ilecnrd Cap. ar d lltl ' ip,
Sheet, Masiofor oitheY Piano, Ir .aie r Vn lis
consuotly on hand. Any bucks or sioii' iirry
desired that t may not har nn band. he er
ordered by first osprees, std sold at wl:b-sal
or retail tu suit curtoniers, I will nin keep
perindienl llisrature. such as Van-ttitien. Jei
papers, Ao. P. A. tiAt'Lllt.
CUarfield May T, IHt'.fi. tl
Stone-Cutter nnd Stci:c-5I.isc!i,
7 ILL sieeut alt work In his line st mod
erate pneea and In HKT-(. LA&S itit
In ALL STYLES, Fton Presslne of iwry
desorlpiinn, and ail kinds of mason work rca
traste for in .r oni of ibe ernty. Any frtx s
wishing lo have respeetahl nilMin aotk snd
stons.ruttlng done, will find it to tnir iMrrert
to call upon m I would alro Inform the sb
I'.s thut 1 ean deliver any o,usf,tttj or tlsii cf
stone detircdras I am the owner of s ,
FIRST-CLASS STONE QUARRY
Orders for work can be addressed to
UAVII) Yt'I Nrt,
wiarM.ri llrnitield Is.
The Lightning Tamer.
fpilB underlined are the sole Agent, la ills
X O 'ontv for the "North American tlalvsi.iud
I.IHln.MNH Hulls " t,.. ... .i i. ..i.
rude now In use. and are indorsed ty all llis
srii ntile nieo In the uniry, , s.
W , here l.j notifvthe diners of tha eouniy
Inat we will rUt Ik.n .n . I...... J ...I
less money, than la charged by the lureijs
.arms ng annnany tntvrr.e tlie county s
uarry off our little 1 n,h, never to reitrn.
KXCOUUAftE HOME LAWK.
These I.I. I n 1I..I.I.I i, . j . ...i ..
their bulldtties ...il l,. i.i... ... w. I..,.,
call In per. on. We will put them i p mjnUre
In fheennnty, and warrant them. The l:.'..lii'd
Matures ean he teen at any time hv e.'lirj si
onr aiere. II p. ItltiLth 4 CJ.
Cleatfleld, March So, f70 it
Clearfield ' Nursery,
KNCOURAfiE HOME J.NDlVfliT.
rflR andrlfned, having esrabllshrd a N'ui
I erv on the 'Pike, bnut belt wav between
ClearrMd and Curweesvitu, . refered to fur
nish attklndsof FFCIT THKEn, (standard sni
dwarf.) Rtergreena. Shrut-Ury, tirspn Vrs,
(looeberries, T.aton HlarVbcrry, Ptrawherry,
snd Rsiberry Vine. AUo, KiberUn frab Tress,
Quince, and rar.y scirlet Hhubsrb, Je. Ordsri
promptly attended to, Addrvss,
j. n nimi a.
eaptft m.f CurwentvUls, Ts,
rilllE ondtrsinne.1 nttrt totent a PWELLINO
I lUH hr. si. l til. At KSJI11 ll ciiiip. aituaiaj
ai Ostrud P. O. in Hell town. tup. lint i, avety
desirable location for the husluosa. A lull let of
tooll in tho simp. Plenty of ou.tom. A good
.. hold in the riliigo. Addiou or apply t ll. L.
itcnurrsi.n or tue suusorioer.
Hah 15-lf IiEMtT PRP.Tn, Jr.
OGC.) T)VN!III1 AVIIHI
If ytn want a good Librift Wat fin. flnisbsd op
In workmanlike manner, go to
May II, 1871 tf , tlF. ERA'S.
)i.K, W IIIIK A HliAN 1,1 M N.l MilMi
Ja.t reewlved and for rale hy
ApU , f.I. II. r truLBK I CO.