Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, June 21, 1871, Image 3
"fcv THE HEPUHLICAN. "" rr-RAnnKLD, pa. ,friV-4HV MHHIX(1. .U'XK 21. 1S71. Terms of Subscription. ,i 1 'n a lv;imoor within throe iuonthav.3' 10 lirrf in 1 before six Months.. i .1(1 .niratlnn of nix months., X. 00 I a.y ll nrMi'lrs to Injure Insertion In this 1llfr i!ionM be handed In Ctrl? on Tuesday it we go la pmes at 12 o'clock, (uoon.'l U.'m;!M Uplscopal C'hiirrh RfT. .1. II. ,,-,,. 1'i.t.ir. Pn'iti Service every rabbatb, ...at V . anITU'. M. ti.V.V1' Iirttl nt V A. Mi . v r M-M-tini wry Tlinwdar. nt T P. M !m t .xtvico, urn BAbontu or every ,., !i. IIH A . .11. V, v,.iriws 'irrh--Kplnropnl--Rf. tjrn- v II ...!.. I'ii Mifl Rcrviot1 Htindnr morning .1 ii) ti'ct ck. nn-i at 7 r. M.- (-unlay Hulmol t 3 r. M I'mver Meeting Wcdncsduy evening 3'lr.sSirlaM riinrrhnor. Mr. Hi-Ti.nn. p, ty:- -Vrriee every S,iilath, morning and even- i !Ji;.'N Ch'.rrtt TW. W. R. fticiin. Pa- i-. I'ii'.'!'' f ii ifi-i every SubSath, morning or fvr.in r. altf".'.!'.'!. .-. I'raiirls ( liurrli Catholic Rw, T. J V' M o'- s. Mas at lilj o'clock A. M., on the - , . I l i n th Jvjtutiiy? of nu-h month. J i f : y I .1st. Tin' lit! of juror drawn n-nuUr terra wilt bo found in this issue. An nilvpniMomont in tl.M isptio in- that tbe eitiiens of We.it Clearfield propose , envt r. nrw fchool house. Ar II.Ni. A It Uoiiirli tlio 4th of Ju'r h ;ut at hand, no one mcmi to care whether i' :i- V' li.ivc eu old-fashioned celebration or not. I'Vr: i"i'in, v far, hiu boco superseded by f -i I", nliich U the mortal enemy of political lib : .i'ii real social cuinTmrnt. Are there not "u! I r-'icH" enough in this vicinity to got up such i c.l '!'r;iliini as we tired to have twenty yean ago f IN: com Mirrrn. Tlio mnn Wnplo. ir!i h i? put in prison w veral wreki ago lor jL.iv;; o'iR'ructioni on the Kallroaii at Wnllioe t .i, was taken oat on writ or H"hr (rp on M n lit, anft h1 ft hoarinR before Jml Clyde. .n effort wm mn ! by h Ik connwl and friends to r ! no him on bail, but after hearing the cane his h 'mr raised the bail from t2,0fM (the original t u lunt dumandd to $00n. On failing to enter i'l'u binds the prisoner waa re-committod. A Pitnpnn Move. It will benntired t!:i" the Commiitstoncr offiT a reward for the Jo-tr-'i'ta of parties who are in the habit of defacing tV of the puMlo buildings. The individual w!w unel h'n knife so freely on the wiling up the mirs of the Court Ilomo is thoughtless and jltfd enough to uae It on a human being if an B-;.portunity presented itself. The Commissioner h ivo Started in the rihl direction. Now, let the I'.tizens manifest a similar duiire to have the pub lic builJin pruti-ct'-d. AcciDKNTAt SiuoTin. An ncci- ih-.i oucurrcd by which a ton of John Shaw, of LnTrciia township, roevtved a p.iinful wound, 11 like other boys of his ar, thought it would bp jot thing to have a pistol, and purnhascd o;n !', w. a neighboring boy. The first time he undir lu.'k tu Ui'o it, however, he acoidentalty disehargrd i : ' !i o laM ajiing through tha-flenhy part of the j IkuiI, arid producing a wound that will prevent i L; .a from uifing tbe hand or pistol for some time. ' lfr.AVY Cmaikhh. A n)tin by iho c uii" of X. H. Trude, lately from Ohio, wm lodged' in j'rifinn on Thurn lay Inst, in default of bail, c 'jir;T 1 with bigamy and ineest. He has certainly m il- rapid atrides in crime, in a social way, if tii". charges prove to be true. A prnitrntiary is e rt iinly a house of refuge for a community affliet 'e 1 with iu"h social Sen Is. Tru lo may huve sup ' j' I tin h-) hid the sain o ri'M to Indulge in tbe ; 1 . r unv line that Congrcrsman I'owcu aud other Lili-fluTJ have. ol'li'lU'tH rcniniiiiin' unclaimed in the I'dstiiuVi) at Clrarfii-'ld, l'a., for the week , ivi.lin.' June 19th, 1871 Cij-iii,' th'O. C. liu. Th..a. I. 'ri'a:hT, Ma--arct II l .1. II. ll sr, II. II ttH'iii, Robert . .I-iti- Julin I. K-nn.-dy Wil'inin .M- li-ai, I'uoch MrClinset, II. R. .Maine, Itobeeca E. Kupn, J. W. Hliirirl, Klmira Rhaw, H. F. Tnllhelm. Rev. J. F. AVimard. JoncpU Wehtl, ChaHotte P. A. tlAL'MN, P. M. PKIMAIltr litXKH TIlO l)i)mO(Tillit! t'j ai ;y Commit tie, acconling to a resolution a!itt l by the return Judge one year ago, aub iii Hi 1 the Crawford and Detegate systems of us tktng n)mi(iatuns to a voU of the people at the li'c l'rhuary Eleotion. As sut forth in the tabular n'urTi, Ibe vole stood for the former 1,31 and t! li'Ur D.1i, being a majority of ::87 in favor of lb pnsent or "Crawford aystpm" of making ii 'luiiia'iuiis. This is by far the most popular ex ji" -Mion ever had on thw subject, and we have no ! iltt wilt prove satisTaatorT to all. Til e New PriimiN. Tlio fino pro frr" made by the workmen engaged on thia r(:iir!nre d.inonrtratrs ita completion at a much n-!k-r day than wan conjectured. Mr. Jacob Ii lurliii:, who haa tbe enntract for delivering the I'one, hna over fifteen hundred perch on tbe Knjund, half of which ia already in the wall. Evil I its n lio propone to do btiaincaa in thia eoonty liu I heifer clone np their nlTnini this arnnon at all event, beciuiw there will be no getting out of thia nrw manaion except through the very intricate m..lira of the law. A few wooden keya manufac tured to order by the profession wilt be of no avail In cfnping from lite new mansion. A XaHroW ICscaPE J0I111 Wcnty.i-I was a few da, ago buried alive by the caving in of a wrll in Healing.' After being covered op with twenty feet of atone, and earth for over Ave hours, he was taken out alive, lie etnte, that when Uie wall of tho well caved in, A pump tock, which he bad just let, fell Against tho aide of tbe well airl jammed him against tho wall, while above his hoad a rock projected, and the falling atone. formed an areb over him. II. waa aeeurely lodged aboat fifteen feet from th. bottom, and ex perienced great eufTcring from want of water, line of hia arm, ia bruiatd and partially pamlyaod, - ami hi. head la enmewhat braised. Ilia condition hrli?nlcd a speedy recovery. Emtm .vftW. .. 1. AVil.li TintKKY C'ArniiT. One tiny laid week Mr. Kvorbart. who rcsldca near "Soap 1'al" Furnace, ,hil ia th. perfonnano. of her - 4lontcrtie dutiea, heard a commotion among th. fbwl portion of ber houaihold and gliding quietly ' out to the acen. of diiturbauoe aaw a aouewhat novel K!Ctac. A wild turkey a goutiler hod 4otne down from hia mountain home to pay a ?Iit to hi. civilised brolhora. It appear, that ,n mad. biuuclf entirely to familiar, however, for , lain. g"bbl.r belonging to Mra. Everhari aoon rjffired him battle, which waa promptly accepted, and It was the noil, of the conflict which brought Mra. E. to tbe ground. Th, ooutcat eontinned for Mm. time, Kith the odds In favor or the domestic fowl, which evcnlunlly got the wild gobbler's brad la chancery, Vn Mra. E., who bad all thia time Jca looking on, quietly approached the bellige rent wised th, qiiarrelaoroe Intruder around th. nock, carried hlra to the wood pile, when off went hit head, and hia lighting daya were over. Our Informant atatea thai tie turkey kicked th. beam to b. tune of twenty pounds. olffaVjisiarw Cost of Cars A cnnimon pnapn- 'ft ear of the better order now costs from eight to -tea thousand dollars, and a Pullman oar ooite -irin eighteen to twenty-two thousand dollara. The Pullman ear weigh more than onlinnry camj ':te of Pnllmnn'. twelT.-wbeelcd atevping car. oigh, from twenty. seven to tw.my .ight ton. -paji.nirr cri on th. W'eitern roada weigh from tweuty to twenty. Ave tons About in. ? ' Fint: It ia auij d,,,! thn lo to A. Pard Co., by 1. ,wn, (n wh pp., Mounlalns, will not fall short of 2(l,00(. Thoa lands of valuable b.gs and shingl. boll, which were lying along th. aouth branch of Whit. Deer Creek were so much damaged by the fire as to be attorly worthleea. Th. d.m at Media .Mill, which wai empty at th. lime, togeth.t with ht al IkaaliM, war. uru.d.-.Mi..;. , . For th Republican (Mm ISANn. For tho lutt two weeka our Hand baa paraded the streets, dlsoouri inf tiusia iwoet enough to fool he any snvaf. ' have a good Rand and hare a right to be proud of our native talent, but e don't do our duty by It. When eighteen or twenty young men are willing to sacrifice their own amuaeuent fur our entertain mcnt we ought at least do something in evidence of our appreciation of jhelr talent and industry. Our neighboring towns are furnishing their Bands with uniforms and other equipment, and our Hand is Just as good if not a little "gooder" than any Band In the Interior of the State, at leaat thla It tbe verdict of oompetent Judges. We all like mm lc, and U Is a little as wo eould welt do to furnish them with the necessary Instruments and rcu-lo. We all desire to see the II and prosper, and nnlest we aaslat them financially tt will event tially go down. Some of our oitliem have eon- tributi-d liberally even more than their share O'.'ucrs, who are just aa fond of musio, and listen to and enjoy It ae often, don't contribute at all. Now, in order to uee all alike and give all an opportunity to enntribute to it support, the Band will serenade three evenings each week for the purposo of receiving contribution a. Then let us all prove our appreciation of good music and make our Band a perfect success and a fixed Institution in our town. CITIZEN. Sxaks RoiiANm. Col. Willii met with a "bit of romanoe' last week while crossing Moore's ndgo, on the way to Ferguaon'a Valley. A he waa driving lei ru rely along he observed a large black snake in the road, just far enough ahead to allow hiu room to turn out ; but the carriage run ning over bis makcahip's tail, be doubled up, be came entangled In the ppokea, and after gftiug round twice landed In the vehicle beaide the Col. who, not liking bis passrnger, loft him In uiidii puted possesion. Tho snake having retreated to the ground be was despatched, and found to meas ure nearly six feet. f-ttciitmen QiwU., Death From Coal Oil .Saturday evening last a Miss Rutledge, of Williamsburg. Blair county, was bnrned to death by the explo sion of a eoal oil lamp she was carrying, the was a daughter of Alex Rutledge, Esq., ofaald borough, was In the act of descending to the Cel lar when the explosion occurred, and before aaalst' anoe eould reach her the elotbea were burned from her body, Still another warning against the use of eoal oil. Persons moving about the house at night should use candles instead of lamps. Hunt- jrttnvrirtl. On Sunday, Jung lllh, 1871, b.T Oeo. C. Kim, Eq., Mr. DAVID R. POSTLET1I WAITS lo Mir, FAItAII ANN f MILKY ; Loth of I)r,l; town, hip, CtenrncM eonnty. On June 0th, 1871, hj Her. W. M. EvRcnrin.n, .Mr. E. F. BI1AW, of Oo,hcn lownihip, to Mr. MELISSA E. BTAMDAUOH, of r.irweturiile. On April 1.1th, 1871, hy Rtr. L. 0. Mkbrii l, Mr. J. C. WALTER, of Wcntmorclnnd oounlj, V., to Mir, LAURA J. OUDK.N, of Brut? lownihip, thi, eonntr. In I'liilipiburg, ,t th. roiidcnoe of the bride'. father, CRRSTr.n Mrnaoff, on th. 16tb inoUnt, by Re. It. E. Wiijbh, Mr. L. O. LINOLE, of Omco1, to MiM GERTIE Ml'NSON. flint. In Lnrrrrneo townrhip, on Mondny, Jun. 1.1th, V, JAMES A. READ, gd It Ji-mrr, 1 month And 19 d.rf. " SpttlalM. 3.Spl.ndid Lw. nt 12), at Rtr.o Bnot. l'Rr:AcniNO. Wo re vcnnpotcd to j'.ite thst Eldfr W. II. 8wrti, Home Mi,aion&r; of tho American Millennial Aftroeiatton, vill preach in the ffrore near Metiiah'a Church, one mile cant of Kytertown, thi, eounty, on 8ablath morning, at half past ten o'clock, and at thrM In the afternoon, June 25lh. -n.We are hnTlne; nanufaonired thif week a tine line of Lailiei', Mime.' and Children', Linen Suit,, They will bo good and ehonp. Rein BnoTnana. Pir-Ntc at Oacrot.A th 4rn ASh Sth or Jhi.t. The t'atholie congregation ofttMienla will hare I'ic-Nie on the 4'h and Alh of Jul, to aid In paving the debt on the Priert', honw. A Fair for the aame object will begin on the 20lh of July. K. u URA7fioA!i, raator. fuA eplendid Lot of new Milllnorr Oood,, Hats, Ribbon,, Ae., received thia.week at Rrku BROTURna. Dr. F. Plntto, Eelectio Phyeieian and Surgeon, oflVr hia aervtee, to the people of Clearfield and vicinity, and will bo in readineaa to attend all nrufcrlonal call,, by day. or night. Offlca on Reed atreot, wext of tbe depot, Clearfield, Pa. Jlny 31, l7l-tf 5finanrl.il. CLOSINtl PRICES of DttllAvt A Bno., No. 40 South Third St., Philadelphia, June 1(1, 1871 New U. 8. S'aof '81 117J 117J iTs. t'lorni 111 112 " " '02 , Ill 111) " '64 Ill 1I2 lit! 1141 " '5,new 114, 1141 ' " '07,new 114 1141 " " ' 114 114) ',, 10 40'a. 10 110 IT. B. 30 Yca per cent Currcnej... Hi) lli Gold 112, 1121 Silver 107 10S) Union Paciflo R. R. 1st Mort. Bonds... 9li 921 Central 1'aoino 11. R 102 102) Union Paeille Land Grant flnnda (4 6i iar!;fts. Clearfield Markets. , , Corrected weekly by RtrRAnn Moaaop, Wholesale arid Retail Dealer in Dry U oods, (trocrlea, Pro. yiaions, Ao., Mark.t atraet, Clearfield, Pa. Cimnriai.n, Pa., June IS 1871. Apple.. green,00(( 1 00 lloga, dr.aaod 12 Dried, 1? lb..' In II idea, green. H . T Apple bulter.Vgal, 1 01) Ham. OHM 18 Rutter I'" on 26 Shoulders (mf.il IS llcana 0 00(a) 1 ie'Sidee- 00(j) 17 lliickwheat 1 00 l.ard 20 lluekwhent Ouurth, 4 Meaa poi k, I.LI., il 00 lleef, dried JVllal 00 llocf, fresh Hf'4 1 1 Onion 1 00 Hoard., M 12 00(ul4 0" Potatoes OOonl 00 Corn.ahelled. I 00 Peaehea, dried, lb.. M2) Corn, ear..ie.0V4 60 1'lo.ler, V bbl 1 40 Corn meal, V sack, 1 4" Ry. 1 10 Chop, V cwtl 111(a) 1 o0 Rags, T lb Cluvcrsecd 8 00 fr.lt, sack 160 Cheese 10 Khinglca,l8 in.lltoi 00 Cherrloa, lb. ltifh) 16 Khinglea,2A in)0(d 1 1 00 rhickena, drsd, tb, lo Tiuiotby ac.d T 60 Eggs 1 Tallow IS Flaxseed 1 00 Wheat- 1 60 Flour 0 nof.o 7 60 Woel 4(1 lluy 10 00(0.16 (W Wood. ! cord 60 To Fanners and Others! rillllfl Shop was e.t.l.i.hed in 18:!. Over 60 1 POIITABLK TIIKKSHINO MACIIINErt for sale as followi! Four borse lomliling nnalt Ma- ehine, with a evlinjer 1H Inchea in diameteri four- horto Strap Machine, wlib a patent aeperator eouipletet alao, a three-horn Machine, with one or two linnd wheels rour-hore. with a Jarfc wliecl nnd shaker attached two-horae, very light draft Machines, and extra hore. powers constantly on hand. I call pnrtieulnr attention In late Improve ments on my macntne.. 'i hey will favorably oonv pare with any machine, in the I nllcd mate. Ail orders promptly attended tos Repairing don. on short notice and oa reaaunahl term'. Old metal wanted. Aildrcea Stewart Wilton, Stratlonville, Clarion county. Pa. One goj.l macliliis In Clear field. Inquire of A. W. 'rvalters. Jelt 4t STEWART WILSON, YOIJK ATTKHTIONI JUST FOB A MOMENTI , Are yon In nerd of a good aet of Uarneas I Are v.u In nerd of a rood Saddl. or llrldlef If an, call at th. ria.Ule and llarnea, Hhnp of Juni: V. IIARWM'K, whrre yon can gel in. near in the market. Double and Single Harness and La dies' and llcnt'e H.ddlee of euverlor workmanship, always on hand or manufactured to order. Spe cial attention is called to my Block of Collar, and llami a, which are the bed In nan. I alao have an aesurtmenl of Saddlers' Hardware, which will he disposed of at reasonable rates. F.cpairlng of all kinds promptly attended to. k.llon't forget lo nail before purchasing elsewhere. Shop a ilra ham'a Row, 6lark.t atraet, Clearfield, Pa. Majtl, 1171-ly. JOHN C. IIARWCK. ABIES' AND GENT'S SATCHELS . a. a rflttits (fSduratiounl. CLEARFIELD ACADEMY. A Male and Female High School i:ach Ueparlmnit Dlallnct and Coanuleta in iiaeii. TUB roeiTa a.toa of tb. prea.nl uholatllc year of thia Inatitotion will oonim.no. on MunuAl, in. lit day of May, 1871. Pupill .ah .mar at any lluie. Th.y will h. charged with tuition from th. tlm. they nt.r to tbe .lot. of tb. Session. Th.ooara. of Inalruetioa embrao.a y.ry thing 111vmu.11 m inoroogo, practical anu aooompliaD. d ealuoatlon for botbeexe. TKHMH OP TUITION. Orthography, Heading, Penmanship, Primary Arithmetic Primary Orography, tmi Pencil Drawing, per Session (11 weehl) M J 00 urawiuar, vooai a urjpd,, g0Ofrnphy, . Map Drawing, History. Mental and Writ- i ten Arithmetic and Pencil Drawing $ 10 Algetira, Ueometry, Trigonometry, Men suratiun, Surveying. Natural and Moral Philosophy, Geology, physiology, Cham ielry.llliiitorlc, Physical Geography. Book Kcping, Botany and P.noll Drawing..,. )t 08 l.atln, ureek and French, with any of th. abov. Branches $11 00 Prarl or Oriental Painting. (24 li-aaona)-... 12 00 Monochromatic Painting, (24 Icaaona) 10 00 Crayon Drawing, (i4 lesauus).. 10 00 Fancy Hair Work, (24 lessons) II 00 Tapestry 8 00 Instrumental Musie, (30 lessons) 10 00 MhNo deduetion will ha mail, furahaenea. ciludenta from a diataoo. can ba aooomtuodahBd with hoarding at low rati a. Any on. nut a member of th. school can ree.ir. privat. Instruotiou, in any 01 th. oraainontal brai.obeo. Fur further particulars Inquire of or addreaa Rev. P. L. HARRISON, A. M., Feb. 1, 1870.tr, Priuoipal. m ummm academy. G. W. INN ES, A. M., Principal. rpllK FIR6T PKSsroN or tble Institution will X eommensaon Monday, the 1 Jtb day of ilay ujt. (Term, five months ) Fupils may enter at any time, and will be charged tuition from the time they enter until the olese of the eesainn. The course of Inatruotion will enihraee all branches included in a thorough p metier. I education for both sexes. Vocal Musie taught when desired. Oood hoarding can be obtained at T1IKKK Dul.lsAKS FEU WEEK. Parents ean be assured that the ability and energies of the Principal will be devoted to the meetal and moral traiuiug of those placed under nis enarjre. fafc. Terms of Tuition will be moderate, and can tie ascertained by addressing Dr. J. Innea, at .New Wanbington, or the .Principal, (1. W. Innes, at Apnollo, Armstrong county, Pa., but who will be at fiew Washington alter April tat. New Washington, March 22, 1871 -tf. MISS H. S. SWAN'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS CLEARFIELD, PA. 11IIB SPRING TERM of fourteen weeks, will commence Monday, April 10th, 1871. A Primary department will b. added to the School this fall i for which th. servioaof a com petent instructor bav. been engaged. Aod no effort will b. spared to render thia departmoot attractiv. and inatru.tiv.. TERMS OF TUITION. Reading, Orthography, Writing, Object Lea. anna, Primary Anlhinotio and Primary Geography $7 00 History, Local and dcaerlptiv. Gsography with .Map lir.wing, uramuiar, Mental and Written Arlthimetie 0 00 Algebra and the Scienoea 12 00 Inatruotion in inatrum.ntal inuiie h ... 10 00 Gil painting, 14 leaaona 11 10 Wag work I 10 For full particular, aend for Ciroular. Clearfield, Sept. 7, 1870-lypd. iViniHj lvniiia Ita H road TYRONE A CLEAKFIELD 6IUNCII OV and after Monday, M4.Y 15th, 1871, two Paasenger Trains will run dally (except Sun- daya) between Tyrone and Clearfield, aa tollowa: CLEARFIELD MAIL. LEAVE SOUTH. LEAVE NORTH. Rlearilrld S.00, p. Tyron. M. A.M.a.m. Osceola... 1.60, " Philipili.rg... 10.10," Clearfield 11.10," Philipeburg 4.0.1, Osceola 4.20, " fyron 6.411, " CLEARFIELD EXPRESS. LEAVE SOUTH. LEAVE NORTH. Clearfield , 4.00 a. u.l Tyrone 8.60 p. at. Intersection.. .7.0.1 " Osceola 8.10 Philipsharg...8.80 ' Clearfield. ar.....10 'hilipaburg.. 8 0.1 ' Oaoeola 8.20 1 Intersection. T. 27 ' Tvrnne 7.40 1 FARE AND DISTANCES. FROM CLEARFIELD. FROM TYRONE. K " K Station. - t, Statiop. s E f t ? Leonard t 10; Interaction.... 4 16 Woodland lni Vanseoyoo T 10 Bigler 8 26j Gardner 8 10 Wallaeeton 96 Mt. Plcaaant....! I 80 Rlii. Hall 1.1 40; Summit 14 16 Plilllpaburg.IT s.ndr Ridg...16 40 Steinera' 18 Powellton. 17 46 Dnnlar 10 (areula SO (Iseeola XI OA Dunbar. ,21 80 Powellton 24 7S Sleiner'r ?1 86 Sandy Ridg 28 8ft Hlllllbur((.'24 10 Summit 27 86 Rlue Ball 28 80 Mt. Pleasant.. ..0 9"' Wallaeeton. ...S6 86 Gonlner 8.1 II 00 Rlgler .1.1 06 Vanacnyu. 84 1 00i Woodland...... .16 II 00 Intersection 87 1 16 Leonard SO 110 Tyrone II I 20 Clearfield II 130 PARK FROM CLE A R FIELD, TO Bellefonte, Pa .12 .'. Mlddletown 15 00 Lock Haven Williainspurt...., .. 1 70 ,. 3 60 Marietta , 6 60 Lancaster 6 85 Huntingdon I 80, PHILADELPHIA 7 05 Lewistown 1 0 Altnona I 85 4 50 Johnstown I 80 4 75 1 PITTSBURG I 16 Marysville , HARRISUURbl - CONDUCTION. Clearfield Mail North oonnects from Cincinnati Expreaa West, and llarrisbnrg Accommodation East, on main line; and Clearfield Mail South eonnecta with Cincinnati Expreaa East, and Mall Weal, on main line, alao with llald Kagl. hxpeesa Eaat, fur Louk Haven, and point. Weat of Lock Haven. Clearfield Kxpreaa North eonneeti from Mail West, and Cincinnati Express Eaat. also from Raid Eagle Mail Westi and Clearfield Express South connects wim ttnrrtshurg Accommodation East, Local Paasenger West for Altnona and Hnl- Iblaysburg Branch, also with Bald Kagl. Mill East, for Leek Karen and Willlatosport. Taking Cleartlcld Kxpresa South, Phlllpaburg passengera reach Belle'nnta and return home the same day, and Clearfield passengers can reach Willlamsport. Ilnrrtsburg, or Jtolltdayatiurg, and return the aame day. Passengers for Williamennrt should take Pain Kagl. Mail E.at, and passengers for points West of Lock llav.n, on P. A, K, R, U., should t.k. Bald fcagl. Express f.ast. unuitun t;. nti.nin, my17 If. Snperinlendent. O. I. c. "rHKniC to buy my DRY 0001)8, GRO- eerirs. Qurcnsware, Ulaxswaro, Xlrugs and Notions, Cunfretloncrtes, ie,, cheap for eash. The Suhsorlber begs trsre to inform bis old il new eustomeri that he has ojicned A VARIETY STORE ' ' - ' - - IV G1.KM I10PB, PA. And will sell gnods at tirlees to suit the times. A liberal reduction will be made to oustumers buy ing at wbolreale. Call and examine tny steek before purchasing elsewhere. A liberal share of public patronage is solicited. C. 3, KEAQY. Olen Mope, Pa., Jun. 14, 1871. Jtiii IB AMERICAN IIOIIBI3, CURWENSVILLR. Cuanrii, Couarr, Pxvu'a. ' ' Thia long .atahllahad and popular hotel la at 111 kept by tho anbaerllier, who spares no effort to pleaee all who patronise him. ''To pleaae," ia the motto ai ins Awsrioan llonse, and all that is aaaad ia s trial. R. W. HEED, Proprietor. Curweaavllla, Maroh 16, 1871 If. IIXKCUTRlXiaJ mTICH.-Wherea..Le. 'i l.rs Testamentary oa thee.UI.of REBECCA HllTTDRFF, der'd, lata of Bloom tp., Clearfield Cow Pa.. havff bsa granted t. the nnderalgned.and all persona Indebted to aald e.tale are renneau d to mak. immediate payment, and thus, having eiaims gins. m. aam. will present them, duly . .v..i-u, .r eemcmeni, , Jsn r, 1T1 81 Samtrlf 5rugs ft tyt<intt. rp u k i. ATKIT HOTGI, 4f ,1 ",4 THE LATEST MOVE I H ARTS WICK & IRWIN'S DRUG STORH, T. th.lr a.w building ei Scad StrMt, nearly oppoalt. th. atom of Wv.r A B.tU, CLEARFIELD, PA., Where they will eontlnae to supply their old and as many new euetouere as may ouine, witk t PURE DRUGS! CHEMICALS! PHARMACEUTICAL PRRPARATIOK3, (laelnding all aew remedies,) Patent Medicines, Paints and Oils, Glass and Patty, School Books, Stationery, Paper, io.; also, a full Una of Irug gists' Sundries, Hair Tonics, Cosmetiea, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Brushes, Toilet Soaps, rocket Booka, e., all or tbe best quality. rVRK WISES AND LIQUORS, for medieal A aaaram.ntal purpose,) only, Pure Whit. Lead, Color of all kinda. Raw and Bulled Linseed Oil, Varnishes, Turpen tine, Coal Oil, Paint Varniak Brushes, Flavoring Extracts, Confectioneries, Bird Seed, Spiee, gronnd and ngroaou, oi an sins.. SMOKERS AND CI1EWERS Will find onr stock of Chewing and Smoking Tobaeoo, Imported and Do mestic Cig.ra. tinuff and Fin.-out to b. of tb. very best branda in tb. maraaa. LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS, All kinda of GLASS WARE, GARDEN SEEDS, . MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and Muaical Trimmings of .v.ry variety. Having a long experience In th. buslnee.. and an.itensir.and well selected stock of medicines, w. are enabled tt Oil Physicians' prescription, at th. ahurl.al aotic. and ua tb. most reaauuabl. Urma, day and night. HARTSWICK IRWIN. Clearfield, Pa., May II, 1871-lf. Sirovcnrr, fflntrarr, t?tr. II. F. BIGLER & CO., BnALIRi I r II Alt 1 WAKE, Also, Manafa.tar.riaf Tin and Sheet Iron Ware. CLEARFIELD, PA. LOT OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, Uaraeaa, Collar, etc, (or aala by It. F. BIGLER A CO. pALMERS TATENT UNLOAD- Ing Hay Forka, for aal. by II. F. BI0I.GR A CO. 0IL' PAINT, PUTTY, GLASS, Rails, ate., for aal. Vy II. F. BIGLER ft CO. JJaRNESS trimmings V SUOE Flndingl, for sal. by n. T. BIGLER ft CO. QUNS, PISTOLS, SWORD CANES tot aal II. F. BIGLER ft CO. gTOVES, OF ALL SORTS AND Sixea, for aal ky II. F. BIGLER ft CO. ' JRON ! IRON I IKON I IRON! For aala by " II. F. BIGLER ft CO.' MOUSE SHOES ft noilSK SHOB MAILS, fur aal. by ; If. F BIGLER ft CO.! ULLEV BLOCKS, ALL SIZES And best Manufactur., for sal. by H. F. BIGLER ft COl T 1IIMBLE SKEINS AND TIPE ; BOXES, for sal. by ; B.! F. BIGLER ft rp.j 1 RODDER CUTTERS for snlo by ncnW-70 H. F. BIGLER ft CO. ISAAC K. STAUFFER, WATCIIEf, JEWEtBY, , 141 North Second St., or. of Quarry, PHILADELPHIA. An assortment af Watohea, Jewelry, Silver and Plated War. constantly on hand. Repairing of Watches aod Jewelry promptly attended to. I:.y V FURNITURE, 1 MATTRESS, FEATHER, sua BEDDIK0 WASCSOOIII, . 4 NOBTH TINTH ST, J Ink r.ilaliVr' Cbaubbb Fi naiTcaB i -Spring Reds, Spring Cels. Spring Mattress.., Hair Maltree.ee. Husk MatlresMB, Straw Mailreasaa, Feather.. Feather near, ooi.iere ana rillowa, t'o.nteri.anee, Com fortables, lllanketa, Qnlllo. Call and ee th. ( WOVEN WIRi MATTRRSS, ' J The best ever offered for sale. - N. B Onr Intention Is to treat alt customers' eo that Ihey will become permanent dealers with us, and arders will receive lb. aama aiseniloa. and persons eoa bay )ast as .heap a. If present at (b. tfurnunrr. gsaLLIHQ.Oirir AT COST! I 0ft Oil HI ., Th. largMt stock f . F IJ II Iff I T HUE .var tff.red In CLEARFIELD I At ths STEAM CABINET SllOP.eorn.r Mark.t and Fifth Streets, CLEAHFIELD, FA. Ths and.ralenejd would aanAawo. to th. ankll. (bat b. has on hand and is now offering oheep fur aash, th. largest stock of Furniture ev.r la star. la lata oounty, consisting or ' ' Upbolitored Parlor Salts, Chasber Setts, ' Extension Tables, SMretaria. Bank Cases, v ' ' Bedsteads, '' ' Spring Beds and Mattresses, Lounge. and Denshes, Flail A Marble Top Table. A Boreas, ' i Washstaads, ' i " . Cans Seat and Cainuon Chairs, Booking Chairs, Looking Olasaes, , Window Shades, Picture Fiauea, Cords and Taaasls, As. He also monufacturea and keeps on hand Pat ent Spring Beds, tb. beat over invented. No lasaliy abould b. wttbout mom. Any Rtna at gooda not oa hand wn b. had on abort notion L'pkutetering and repairing neatly .XMUted. 'C6FFIN8. of all slra. .an be had on a balf- hounr notie., and at th. low.at prieM. A Uodu.- Ilea or 20 per oeut. mads ror a a. a. METALLIC CARES, .r Roeeweod, Walnnt and Cherry Cofina, with glaaa r wood top., lurnianod ah fir. bcurs' notios. I'.rsonol attendano. with hearse, oa funeral oeos lloaa, oed aarriagus faruisbad wb.n desired. Thanking tb. publla for paat favora, aod by atrict perse aal attention to bosineaa, I hop. lo rciv. a aoatinuanoa of th. aama. ' RMseaher the plooa th. Steam Cabinet Shop, comer of Market aod Fifth Streets. March 1, Il ly. DANIEL BENNER. UisrrUanfOus. ANNOUNCEMENT 1 EXTRAORDINARY! I WOULD respectfully annenn.. I. Ik. eltl ssns or CLEARFIELD and vicinity that I bav. .paced np in ths caw Masosis Building, rat door b.low Ih. Mansloa House, oa Second Street, with a entire a.w stock of WATCnES, CLOCKS 4 JEWELRY, Of Iks lalsst atylss and b.at finish, Selected with .are. I bare, aa assortment from all lbs latest nevtlliea la Jewelry, suit., bl. for th. Holidays. A Isrg. steek af American Watches from the factories ef ApploU a. Tracy A Co., at Walt bans, Mais., and ths National Watch Company at Elgia, III., In from 1 to I oa. oasea, always a hand, and warranted. Tha.tr.it a.. M a ...... Ilka at It.lr.n.... f hep., by strict attention to business, to msril a Boatiuaans. of h. sama. All Had. af repairing Is my lie. promptly attended to. wMIb1i Jewelry mad. I. order. 8. I. SNIDER. December 114, 7I. II AT AM l CAPMt AND , ' .' II o o ts nnd Nhoe! THE PLACE TO GET Hats k Caps, Boots k Shoes, is AT FILLERTOYS XEW STORE! 1 On. door north of new Maaonis Building, ! CLEARFIELD. PA. , Th. largest stock of goods in this llns Beer brought Into Ih. county, is now open lor Ih. in iptction of ths public, and will be aold at th. j Very Lowest Cash rrices! Alee, a splendid assortment of GENT'S FUR NISH INt) UOIIDS, eonaialing of Shirta, Collars, Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Ulovea, Underwear, Ac. I larntaloak of CARPETS and OILCLOTHS. which will be dispoacd of at astonishingly low prices. A liberal .bar. oi patronage ia respect fully solicited. MAT- DON'T FAIL TO CALL.-kV, Store on Second SI., below Market, Clearfield, Pa. 4 :Il D. R. FUI.LERTON. DENT AL CARD. Drt. A. M. HILLS 1ST IJ t. LI. ..el It., -...la lie gomirally, that, baring dissolved partnership ..k lio Uk.aav ksi la nnajr An'tmm th Anflrtk wnrk of his office himself, so that patients need not fear being put un-ier ins nanus ni any omrr opvrTor. Having obtained a redaction of the patent on the piBIV HiaicsiBs, BSIM a ...... ... -f cheaper thao formerly. I also bare Dr. Htuek's patent proowss for working rubber plates, which late for the same amount of material, and pol ishes tbe plate on both sides, rendering tt uueb ore easily kept elean. Ppeeial attention paid to the preeervetliin of the natural teeth, aod all work guaranteed entirely satisfactory to patients. -flrufflce at the old corner, opposite the 8 haw House. Office boars from 8 to 12, a. m.t and I to Ual i. iV... . ell.tmnaasi a Vinislrl linl ifv me a few days beforehand of their intention to some. Always ai Dome, a mess momr ni,p ap pears In both the oounty papers. frblV7l right In Glen Hope Over! ALL FREE AGAIN! AND TUB MONET PAID! "ITTILLIAM S. DICKEY lakea tliil method of W informing his numerous friende and cue. tnmera that ho ha. sold out hia entire stock ef mors floods In Olen Hop to James M. lllokey A Co.. and i thank his friends and customers for lielr lllxral palmnag. whll. In buiinras In Olen Hope, and asks a share for th. new Arm, who intend keeping a first-claas Dry Goods and gen eral variety atorB. ; ' , ' Their alock will conllst In pari of Ladles' A Gent's Fancy Ilata, Ladies' Hose, from . ill lo SK cents, Ladies' Dress Gooda, a full line, Notions of all kinds, C.sslm.res, a full )!n., Jeans aad Cettonadea, Al pacas and Lustre, too. to SI. ! per yaru, rtiputiae, o...v., I ! at 10 oenia per yard, , Lsdlea' Fancy Gait.ra, . a full line, ' No. 1 Gaiters stll iS," good at l.7, a fullllns or Ladira' shoes. Misses'. nd Chil dren's Hhoes. Ladiss'Spring Shawls, Chignons and Wlk Curls, Perlum.ry and llalrU.la. Maalln and Calico from t to lie. No. I Callea, varda f..r 1.0ft. Confeatloneries,a lull line, French and Tin Toys, no. t uro Mrlei. for country trad. In fact a hill lin. of fancy and prima goads, to salt aar Irada. W. Intend Belling on a ..ah or short .redit aeatem. and we know our euatomera will pn.llt by' it. All kinda of oonnlry produce taken in esrn.nge lor goooa. WAXTEII a.H. I rreah Butler. IMft elgh ten-inch rlhingles, by count, I, HOI Sheep Pelts, Beef Hides and Calf Hkins, for wbicb to. mgne.. market prio. will be paid. - 47-Oiv. us a trial bsfor yon porches, year goods. W0 Will gl. yon oargaina. JAMES M. DICKEY A CO, Glea Hop., Pa., May IT, Wl tm. AI1MI!.ITHATRIX'IOTICP--Noile. I. k.rake elv-ei thai letters of adminiatretis oa Ih. estate of JOHN TROY, deceased, late of Deralar townahlp, Clearheld unly, Penna., having been duly granted to tb. undcmifood, l nerauna indebted la said eatal. will pleas, make psymsnt, and thoa having claims or d.manda will preacBt lh. properly aa'bentleated for sat- Uemeal. BUAr" ii"p JflU. f, JH-te; Udotlal-tiatrig. fhi flood, it. 1871. Z2vic.ii - . 1871. SPCIJIC C00I)S!i i The First of the Season I - The Cheapest in this Market I RUYI BUY I! DUYIII OF KRATZER & LYTLE, Toar Dry Goods, Tour Oreoeriee, Vour Hardware, Your Quecnawara, Tour Noli.ns, Tour Boots A Show, Your Leather, Year Wl.Jew Cartains, Your Carpets, Toar Oilclollis, I Your Wall Papers, Your Hals, Your Caps, Y.nr Carpel Chela, Your Stoves, Your Baoen aal Feed. Your Bhoa Findings, Your Flour and Fish, SALT! SALT! SALT I at wbolaaal. lo .uuntrj ss.robants. OILS, PAINTS, 0LAS8. A ..-A liberal dis count tu builders. Everything that yea need oaa be had at great advantage tu th. buy.r, at KRATZER A LYTLI'l, Market street, CLtAariBui, Pa , oppeslt. th. Jail. H SPECIAL AXXOnCEMEJT! I HAVE this day assoelatel with me In the4 mercantile business my brother, Robert Keed, and the business will be continued andar tbe firm Dame of REED U HOT II UK 8. We will continue to make tbe Pry floods and Notion business a specialty, and all the newest fabrics and latest noreltics la the market will be kept on band. Tbe II ranch Store In Curwensrille will be con tinued, whre will be found as ehoiee a line of goods as at onr main atore In Clearfield. New Rpring goods will be on hand about the I3lh of March. The book aoeonnts of Wm. Reed will be promptly and immediately settled. WM. REED. Clearfield, Pa., March S, 1871. pEACE IN EUROPE! or GRFAT KXCITRMK5T IN FRENCHVILLE I The bloody eon teat between France and Prussia is at an end for the presrnt, eo far as the slaugh tering of men and the destruction of property la concerned. The Royal Jugglera no douht pride themselves and rejoice over the result, but how insignificant is their work whrn compared with the humane and christian efforts of L. M. COUDRIET, who has undertaken to supply all the eitisens In the lower end of the county with food and raiment at eseeeding low rates from bis mammoth atore In Mi;i,SONm'RO. where be ean always be found ready to wait apoa callers and supply them with Dry Goods of nil kinds, Such as Cloths, Fatinette, Cassimerea, Muslins, Dalai nea, Linen, Drillings, Calicoes, - Trimmings, Kibbons, Laos, Ready-made Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Capa all wf the best material and made to order Hose, Bocae, 0 lores, Mittens, Laeee, Ribbons, Ao. G HOC KIU Ed OF ALL KINDS. Coffee,' Tea, Sugar, Riee, Molasses, Fish, Salt, Pork, Linseed Oil, Fisb Oil, Carbon Oil. Hardware, Queensware, Tinware, Castings, Plowa aod Plow Castings, Nails, ISpikea, Corn Cultira tora, Cider Presses, and all kinds of Aiea. Perfumery. Paints, Varnlch, (llass, and a general assortment ef Stationery, OOOD FLOUR, Of different branda, alwaya on hand, and will b. aold at th. loweat poaaibl. tgure.. LIQUORS, auch aa Brandy, Wine, Uin, Whisky, Jayn.'s Medicines, Hostett.r's and Hoofland's Bitters. fiOOO pounds of Wool wanted for which the highea trto will b. paid. Clovereeed OB band and for aal. at tb. loweat mark.t priM. Also, Agent for Stratlonville and Curwwnavill. Threshing Machines. fesjuCall and see for ynuraelvee. Yon will find Yerytuing usually kepi in a retail ature. L. M. COL'DRIET. Frenchvill. P. O., March 1, 1871. ACEETT C1IRVVCR, PBALBIIS g BlILDIXG HARDWARE, Also, maanfaetnrers of Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Nearly oppoait. th. Jail, CLEAKFIELD, PA. Carnenters and Builders will And it to their advantage to siamin. eur stock before purchaaliig laawhar.. STOVES ! STOVES ! . . . W. aell th. TIMES COOK STOVE, th. eheap. ssl and beat stova In the market. Ee.ry etov. fully warranted. ALSO, PARLOR, BRATIkG, ant - - RAFTING STOVES! which will be sold at sheap any In the eoonty. Strict sttenllon paid ordering articles for par- ilcawhodcslr.it. . . . .. Jtay-Roollng, Snouting and Job work don.sa raasonabl. tarmfc-' H " " ' Clearfield, Ta, April 12, 17I. S. P0ETER SHAW, D. D. S., . Office In Masonic llutMIng, QfWb CLEARFIELD, PA. Pulling of tbe natural teetb in a healthy, pre--creative and .,f,, oondltion l.msde apeoinlty. Diseases ann maii"v.u". " o.. . .., jaw and associate p.na, sr. treated and eorrcclru Wilh fair aucceaa, r.sainminione aim e.tt.uiM.- tlons rasa. PrleeB for partial nd ftill Beta nf teeth much lower than In I N70 It would be well For patienta from a dialano. lo let us know hy mail a row daya before onralng to Ik. oflV It la eery Important tbnl children between the agia of sit and Iwelv. year, should have their teeth eiamined. By AnaMthoaia Tcotb ar. removed wltboul pain. 1 J. M. STEWART, 0. D.8., Ofllc. over Irwin's Drug Store, CURWENSVILLE, PA. an a.m. at .aiMilnn. either la th. meehsntoal ar operativ. branch, promptly attended lo aad satlslaelion gnaranteed. Special allenllen paid to the treatment af dieeaaw of th. Batural Icrlh, game aad moulh. Irregularity ef the tevlh aae- I . ... Ta-lh eirraalled wiikout nain by Ibe use of Ether, and artificial leelh Inserted of the bast malarial and warranted ts remier sat lafoetioa. aprlilo'71:ly POCKF.T B'MIK l.laWT-Th. nderelgned ki hie PoekM MaaA oa Saturday, the 7lh "l May. eamewher betweea Jasne. Irwin's and Mitehl Shop.'a, la Oirard lownehln, snalaining tea ee twelv. dollara. The Under will be eutlahly reward hy Iwiag It with Oe. W. S..vn. Kssj, JB7rhJt. ACOBIHIBI., t. f. WBATBB.v..,VH.n,.,r..a,.....w, w. surra. . A WEAYEIt iSc KETIS CLEARFIELD, PA., An offering, at lb. aid Hand of 0. L. Reed A Co., their slook of goods, sonsiitlng of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, COOTS A SHOES, UATSSCAPIL: y, - HARDWARE, QUEENSTACa, FLOUE, FEED, SALT, &o., &o., . ! . ' : i : . -f t At the most reasonable rates fur CASH or In exchange for Square Timber, Boards, Shingles, OR COUNTRY PRODUCB. , tsAdvanoes made to those engagad In get ting out square timber on the moat adrantageous terms. January 8, 1870. a. a. siasuLn.. W. aOBS HAUTSUOBit. "Cheaper than the Cheapest !" GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES .roar accBiriD ar Arnold , & Iffnrtsliorn, (One door west ef First National Bank,) CL'RW E8H.LE, PA. nAVINQ Just returned from tbe eat with a complete assortment of Ooede suitable for Spring and Summer trade, wt are now ready to furnish all kinds of Goods "Cheaper than the Cheapest I" And after thanUng our customers for their liberal patronage during the past year, we would most resjectfully atk for a eontlnuanoe of the sms. Our Stoek consists of a complete assortment of Dry Ooods, Notions, Hardware, Queensware. WiHowware, Qroeeiiee Boots s ghoes, Hata A Capa, Clothing, Tobaccos, Ae. Also, Flour, Bacon, Salt, Fish Urata, etc AM of which will bo sold on ths most rsason- able terms, and the highest market price paid for Grain, Wool and all kinda of Lumber and Country Produce. hVPlrese give us a call before pureheslng elsewhere. Satisfaction guaranteed as to price and quality,- ARNOLD k HARTSHORN, Corner of Main and Thompson Streets, apr20 CURWENSVILLE. P4. m "For thy Stomach's Sake and thine other Infirmities." St. Paul. I. ItOYERIi riits WEST BRANCH BITTERS. A safe, nnre.nleaaant and h'agtth rlrln Tooie A strictly vegctatjle, and manufactured from the most pure and choioe materials Is not a spirit drink nor aubititutc for wMaky, bnt a scientific compound, for the pr-.kvtion of the and the euro of disease, made from chemically pure spirits, entirely free from fuiil oil ortlier Irrita ting properties, and will not disagree or offend the moet delicate stomach. A long private exiierl. ence has attested Ita Superiority over all Ordinary Remedies. No Bitters at present offered to tho public contains so mneh medicinal virtue, and yet ro safe and pleasant to take. Its me is to cure disease, and U will not create an appetite for spirituous liquors, but will oure the effects ef dissipation. To increase tbe Appetite, t'SR IT. To promote Digestion, USE IT. To euro Dyspepsia, ' tK IT. ' To care Fever and Agae, USE IT. To euro Billlonsncss. t'SE IT. To cure Constipation! USE IT. To care Chronie Diarrhea, V6E IT. To1 enre Heart burn, USE IT. To cure Flatulence, VSE IT. To cure Aold Eruoratlons, VSR IT. To eure Net rons Debility, USE IT. To euro HydoA'hond.-ia, USE IX Te cure Salluwnesa of Completion, USE IT. To cure Pimples and Blotohei, , VHE IT. For General Prostration of the Physical powers, ' USB IT, and It will cure yon. , Bold everywhere, at ll.ftO per bottle, Mann- faotured sisUsiTelybj , J : ;'!.! a. '. s n a y, t . i. ' 'l ' . s' Ilruggisk) n . 'I 1 " . 'cLEAsnrai, pa., ; '' Tf ho ofrn liberal Iniineeraeota to lha trail.. . ' oat.'s7,'lsf.'.tc . ;' ' LIME AND COAL! -HI) ' I l.lll V HAVIXO Inore.eed our raellillcs for burning Lime during ths past sra-sn, w. are pre pared to furnish , ' ' Weod lliirnt Mine, foal Burnt I.imej. , Hood and t'oal nurut l.lui., . Manulaalured from the celebrated "tlELLEFOSTR LIMESTONE,'' which prwliteee th. WHiTrKT and rrr.csT Lime, lor nil mechanical purposes, thai can be Ibaiid in tb. KUte.f PiBliaJi lvaiiia, and winch we sell at as low prieee, delivered on oars, as tho Inferior Limes art mid iwscn pia.-... ' Also, dealers In and shippers of Wilkosbarre and Shamokin ANTHRACITE COAL, of all altee, prepared sxprosaly for family usa. Orders s.fllclted. SIIOUCLintlE A CO Not. , lMO-ly. Bcllefouus. l'a. Beale's Embrocalion, (IsTI POWItt'l,) r.r all disease. Incident lo Hore... Cattle, and llamas sleek, requiring in. aa. si aa asternal atiolioatii.a. This Keahrweattoa waa ssien.lrely ased by it. faneeri oaent durin. the war. 1 Per eel. hy Maris. lib 4 liwir. riearllrld. Joseph H. IrwiB. CarwtBsUl. lalel U.."d laader. Iratkwshv :i. If! SotfU. THE SMITH. HOUSE, (Ojiposlte Iho Pascenger Depot.) tLKAftl ltM), PA. fpUE ondenigned, having leaod this licnec for X sorl'S of years, is ready to MiterWi strati - gure and travelers generallTt aiia Userererc evlirlu aujt uraofs lo give hiu a oaiL . Uis Table will bo suppinti wilb ilia best the wvkot sllwr-ia, aod sui Itur wilt ountaln thaeboioest of wlnos aad lisjuois. The house, furniture, beds and boddiug areeotire.y new, which always adds to tlieoomfortof t revalue i while tbe stalilliig attached Is I art's and rvwoj. Juat suited for teeiusttrs. Charges mod oral a. JuiiQ.lU WILLIAM ! bKaULKT. THE ALLEGHENY HOTEL MARKET St.. CLKAUFXKLD, Pa. THIS large and commodlnac new ntitel W been opened for the eeoommodatlen of tbe tubliA, where tae proprietor will be glad So meet is old friends, and receive a share or poblirpal run age. Hy strict personal at leu t loo to the de tail ot his business, he bopug to be eMe to rendikr satisfaction lo his patrtuis. Tbe TALLlfi w.il always be bountifully supplied with tbe best that ean be procured in the market, and the BAU will oontaia a full atookof LIQUOUtl, liKUR, Ac Uood stabling atlachi d. ' CAHPER LEIPOLDT, Clearflel !, Maroh 8, UCU-lj Proprietor, THE MANSION HOUSE, Corner of Secoudand .Market Streets, CLEARKIEJLD, FA. . ' fplin old end cotninodlous Ildsl baa. during X th pst year, been inlarged to double lu former capacity for the entertainment of stran gers and guests. The abide builJiog has been refurnished, and tbe rroprietor will spare no paina to render his gusats aomfortable while staying with him. jw-rbe ''Mansion House umniuoe rune u and from the Depot on the arrival and d apart ere of each train. JOHN UQL'UHKKTY, aprC 70 tf Proprietor. SUSQUEHANNA HOUSE, LurneijavUta, yleartlId count;, Pa THIS old and wall ortabliihed Hotel, beantl fully situated on tbe baaks of ths Surqoc banna, In tbe burosghol CurwenJville, baa U.ea 'eaicd fr a term of yiars by the nndrrbued It has been entirely retitted, and Is now orea to the publie generlly and tbe travelling comma otty In particular. No pains will be spared to render guests euiorortable wane tarrying ai wis hoo'e. Am vie Stabling roo.n for the pocom8)9 dation of teams. Charges modente. Kpt S8, 1 7 0 t f . Ll BLOOM. THE RAILROAD HOUSE, MAIN ST.. PIIILHSEL'HG, PA. rpilE undersigned keeps cunatantly on batd the best of l.iquora. Ilia table ia always upplicd altb ths best th. in.rk.1 .Aords. Th. traveling public will do well to give him a ealL nor 1, 'i. hOULHT LLOYD. gllAW lltlLetl'. Corner of Market and Front Streats, Clcarfleld, l'a. Thia magnificent Hotel la entirely new, wm. plrle in all its appoiiituien'e, and oonrenient ta the Court lloaae. A free Omotboe runs ta and Irotn tho Itrput.on the arrival and departure of each train. CEOUUK S. COLULRN, April 13. IcTO. Proprietor. IRWIN HOUSE, Midway between Uck Itunaud han sTilla 'pilE undirsintd woold respectfully tnvtte the 1 attention of watermen and mil others to tbe Out that he haa opened a hotel at the above nniurd place, where heads prepared to aoootnmo d:iio all wtio mny faror him with a cell. Posta have b;rn put in on the river Lmiik, so as to iusura a safe landing fur watermen. jan2j:ttm W. W. IRWI.V. WESTERN HOTEL, Oppofire the Court House, CLEARFIELD, PENN'A. AcccmmoJations first -clavs and charges moderate. ootJ JOHN F. YOU NO, Preprletor. L CONAKD HOUSE, Oppoait. th. Railroad Depot. Clearfield, Ta. J171 D JOHNSTON A SON, Proprietors. goots and Jiors. DANIEL CONNELLY, Cuot cntl Shoe Manufacturer, CLb'AHPIELD, PA. HA5 just received a nne lot ol French CALF C-KIN3. and is now prepared to manntso. tuiv everything in bis line at tie lowest figures. Me will wsrrant his work to be as repri'srntea. Ii. respectfully aolielta a call, at bi. Bbop oa Market slreet, second d. or west of the po.tuoio., where heaill do all In his power to render satis faction. Suuio fin. tseiter tMpe un hand. njjV. 07 y LMMkL CONNELLY. PEACE TKOCLAIMED. I THS WAR OVER IN CLEARFIEtD KNOX TOWNSHIP QUIET. Xcarty all the Contrabands going bock to their old maMvm; but 'nary on$ going to old Mit&tchi&titst when they were loved so long and so veil. IN consequent the abort-facts. P. PTIORT, of the iiM "Short (Shoe Hhnp would an if rirarfiidd county nt InrKe.thal he haa now a nrst rate lot or good material juh receive a irem tbe Kaft, and is pr pared nneourt notice to make and mend HmU and .ht s,ai his new shop in Urahaiu'e row. He is satisfied that heean please all, i U'lless It ruUM be some ii teneely U ei siay 4 1 hiiitio fiattrlnta . lie la iireimrxd ta toll low tt r fab or Country Produce. Duo'i forget the -t)p nrtt dour to Hhowers U ran am s tore, on Market street, Clearfield, Pa,-, and kept by a fr How eoiutnunly called JyS.'ftZy . "SHORTY." SEW. BOOT AXD SHOE SII3P. EDWAIU) MACI, Con. MARKET A Pts., t'LEAKFIKLI, Pa. fplIE proprietor has entered into the BOOT L SI10K bualners at the shove stand, and i determined .not to be outdone etiber in qual ity r prfcjt, fr bis murk, Hpectal aiteoiioit will be paid to menufarturlnf! Hawnd work. Ho bis no shand a Irre lut of kreneh Kip snd Calf Shins, of the very best quellty. Tbeelil if ne i.f CUe.rt,nit anl vlctuity ere reapecttetJy invited t give hiw a trial Ho charge for calls. n..vlV a if JKW BTOKK AND NEW GOODS. JOS. SHAW -As. SON Hnve jusl opened Niw Ptosi, ou Jlain St.,CttAriiLD, Pa., " laldr ocml-loJ by Wm. F. IHWIV.'. ... , - ..... ..j. .' Their a lock consist) of , tU LSi CO O) CO . ., i . . 0 t Oaor:- of I lit) beat quality, .. .-It . r J i ! '. -Ii.. , A I QuKKMSWAHC, HoOtS 811(1 SIlOCB, . fi ... : -i't -w 1 : and crctv urticle oeceaaary for ... ii i , cnr' Torn fort, . . -,v Cull tml exarrliif our lock lie for pur i 1 nliMing elsswliere. May 0, 1 HCO-tf. . THR Cf.EAUPlKLD v t . ...,.,..:.) WOOD-CHOPPERS' AXE I Manufactured especially for f t() L. TUB CLEARFIELD TRADE " roa si t , , angTII ii. p. Bioi.rn t col Insure Ycur Properly I , rpilF. nnd. rslrnnl ere prepared t. lass ssy I ri.n "o'''r tir, rl-kr, in gowl ami rellsha r,,...ie.. stieh Bl the "Yirinete' Mutual," nt Yeii, P i iho-' Ai..h".,' efriieiena'l, Ohioi th. tlcimai la." of New Yo-k. end either. Bets. l,..oli iI.'c, and iu ta-. of I'-.' ;'' M up e.mrc,..V. .1 1 IM'IM A UULB. 01.uu.Ui, Pb. April IJ, IMl-C - ' . " ' .'t I ' i ' r1' i " ' 1 "i ..