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WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL I, 1871.
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paper tnuuld oe nenaco. IQ wnj an luviun;
morning, a we no t pro t 11 o'clock, (noon.)
Methodist r.nl.copal Chreh--nT. J. 11,
M'Onun, Pastor. Public Service erory Bebbath,
at 10J A. M., end 7 P. M.
Sabbath School at A. M.
Prever Meeting erory Thursday, at 71 P. M
Communion Service, flrat Sabbath of every
month, at 11)1 A. X. i
Kit. Andrew'! Church Episcopal Rer.
Glonaa Hall. Publio Servioe Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock, and at t P. M.Sundny School at
1 P. M. Praer Meeting Wednesday evening
at 7 o'clock.
Preabyterlan Church liar. Mr. BtTLr.a.
Publie Somoc every Sabbath, morning and even
ing. ttt. fraud' Church Catholic Rev. T,
J. MrMaxt'a Man at 104 o'clock A. M., on the
second and fourth Sunday of each month.
Old. Tho Brookvillo Republican
laai weak rehaahed the Clearfleld-Altoona amall
pox excursioa. Where were you, Rip Van Winkle,
the forepart of the winter ?
Bkinq Restored. The numerous
frlenda of D. IV. Moore, Esq., will be pleaaed to
learn of the ooureleeeoaoo of thr. gouueinau, wno
ha been auHering all winter at hia home, In thla
Messrs. Goodl'ullow k Son will ao-
.. t t V. thantra nf Ilia T. .1 n tr f thl. flffimi fllf
. aomo fine large Applet left in our office the other
morning. Peraone in want of frnlt of thla kind
. ibould eall at tbeir atora.
How do You Keel? We nlludo to
thoae lumbermfo in Cameron and Elk counties
who laat fall bestowed their votea on "Loa" Wil
oox, Instead of Mr. Euglleh. Ia boonuage high
over there? , a ew'
A Business Man. We notice that
"Chaplain McCain" edvertiied hia orgaoa and
muaioal publication right well before the Lock
Haven conference. That there are deinagoguee in
religion, a well a in politioe, waa diaoovered be.
fore the flood.
Postponed. The concert to have
been given by the Clearfleld Orcheatra on Thure-
day evening next, baa been poitponed for a ahort
time. Thia will no doubt be a dieappointment to
lovera of good muaie, but a a are aaaured It will
not be long until the eoncert will be given. The
announcement will be made In due time.
Printing. W e ha vo on hand a very
large atock of Letter, Note, Statement and Hill-
Head papera, and are prepared to print Latter
Heada, Bill Head, Statement, Ac, in the beat
tyle, at ahort notloe and fair prleea. Duilneaa
Card and Envelope Tip executed In the bet
manner. Poraona In want of anything of thia kind
are Invited to call nod examine our apecimena.
Fatal Accident John Meredith,
one of the employea at Millikcn'a aaw mill, in De
catur lownahip, waa horribly mangled on the 27th
of March, from the effects of whieh he died. It
appeara he had gone below to oil eome of the ma
chinery, and waa caught by the eoat alceve and
whirled over and over, and before the mill could
be atopped he waa ao aerloualy injured that be ox
pirrd within an hour aftarwarda. He leavoa a
family to mourn hi lor.
The Election. The tricnniul elec
tion for County Superintendent takol place next
May, and we merely put the question in thia wayt
If it ia neccaiary for candidate for all other of
fieea to annouoeo their aaatm throogh the paper,
why should eaodidatce for tbia ollee pnrane a dif
ferent policy ? Would It not give a better oppor
tunity to eitliena and Director, In selecting a
Superintendent, if the name of tho aapirant
were poblioly announced three or four weeka pre
vioua to the aeeembling of the convention 7
No Ma'am. A ludy correspondent
-at Lutberaburg aendx ua a good practical eommu
nioation on "bueincaa, but forgot to aign bar pro
per name. Among other thinga aha aay t "Brady
baa got the amartert woman that eror waa. Some
other aeetlona of the oouoty no donbt have eome
nearly a amart, but they have all got husbands
and their fenilliea are not all inratida, but oura
aeems to be a 'poor lone woman.' So I infer frum
a letter ahe had publiahcd in the Journal laat week.
She ought to have another goose, then aha would
A Nuisance. The gntlinrinjr or
Iron nlleen lo twenty boy in the Court ilouie
yard every evening, who make night hideoua with
thelryella, beafdea trampling ont of exiftenoe every
epear of graae that trlea to peep ont of the ground,
aa well aa befoul the arena and tha builjin. Wa
are more aaloniabed at thoaa paronta who ao and
know that their boy commit thla outlawry, than
at the boya. The yard It really a much trampled
a the atraet, to the diagraee of every citiaen of the
borough. The nuiaanee meat be abated, and can
be eaally done, if every good eltiien telle bit boya
to afmv ont nf thn Cnnrt lloiiaa vard
Lay Deleoatc. Welearn that Gon
John Patton, of Curwanaville, waa elected a lay
delegate to the aext general conference of the M.
' E. church, by the membera of the Central Penn
sylvania conference, at their eoaaion at Lock Ha
ven, laat week. Wo may be mietaken, but we al-
waya nnderatood that the General waa oppoaed to
lay representation. The conference may hare aa
leeted bim in order to oonrert him to tbia demo
tratlo feature of ehureh government. The finaa-
ilal affair of the ehureh wilt be well eared for if
a majority of eimilar political eeonomlataeompoae
'Uat body. The general conference meet in
Brooklyn, N. Y, in May next
An OrENiNo for a Boy. Wo notice
y the Erie Ohmrw that Jodgo Seofleld haa been
ejaeeted by the Secretary of the Navy to til the
aeaoy la the Naval Academy from thia oengreaa
ial dlitrlet The applicant for the potitlon are
my numerous, and the Judge he taken a
ewd plan to avoid the reaponaiblllty of chootieg
weea theea. He haa appointed A. H. Caughey,
Irio, C. W. Stone, of Warren, and Jerome
veil, of Bidg-way, a committee la examine the
iidatee, on the 15th of May, and agree to
aamend the one eboaen by them. The noml.
will hare to appear at the Naval Academy in
a, ehea he will be pat through a itill more
'he Ciianuks. It will te noticed
he Hit that the II E. Conference made
log ohange In the ministerial line, ao far aa
atetlod It concerned. Mr. McCord, of thia
a, haa beea sent to Tyrone a r. Ferguaoa, of
enaville,to Bedford, and Mr, CHpplnger, of
TearueW Circuit, to Manor Hill. Vt.es (ca
ul are all what are termed "good preachers,"
'yrone haa been particularly fortunate in sc.
( aa eloquent gentleman. Mr. McCord ia
f the ableat preacher bolooglag to the eon
M, and I "at home" ia the pulpit. Thoae
refer a "rlelt" u aa excellent sermon would
tbly eboaaa eome one elaa but aa thla clan of
liana 1 on the decline, progres must be
In the direction Indicated.
-HE in Osceola. On Thurdy,
t eterea o'eloek, a. a, a dwelling house, oe-
by a German, whose name we eoald aot as
, eaught lire from a dcteetl value and burned
1 ground. Since the ahova waa la type we
receipt of aeommunieatloa which informa ua
houae belonged to the Uoabannoa Land
tmber Company, and waa oeoupled by a
lamed Scbnndelraeyer, and alae that the
ommunlcated with another bonaaadjolaing,
and aeeupled by Mr, James Moeetea. Con.
k damage waa don be the Are and k.
t la tie effort te tsre It, Mr. Schondel
aad but lately eowe to thia country from
f, and loat all be had,'lc--lkn mUm .
la gold aad ailrer, part f whlah waa af-
foaad by paaaing But tbe aahea. Wa
o their. Immediate want. rj'f y
Vi.ii-ne 01 usecoia intena to eoa
The following lit lilt of the appoint menti made
at tho lata toeeion of the Central Ponuaylvania
Conference, at Lock Uaven i , " .!
Willi. hnpoht mavaitT.
Jainoa Curnt, Preaiding Elder.
Williamaport, Pineatreet J. MoK. Hellly, J. P.
Williamaport, Mulberry street R. Illnkle, J. B.
Williamiport, Price Chapel J: II. McGarrah.
Third atraet fl. C. Swallow.
' ' Newberry T. Sherlock.
" Circuit J. Hunter, 11. F. Carea.
Suaqaohanna J. Y. Rothroek, sup.
Muntouraville J. A. DeMuyer.
Hughearllle B. B. McCloakey.
Muncy Creek 0. W. liurnly. i
' Munoy M. L. Drum.
Wataontown J. W. Olcwine, onctobolupplied.
Milton W. A. Houek.
Lewlaburg F. Hudiraon.
MilHlnhurg J. A. Woodcock.'
Salladaaburg J. T. Wilaoa. i
Cogan Valley J. f. Craig.
English Ceutre J. B. Moore.
Pine Creek To be aupplled.
Liberty Valley and Molntyro E. M. Cailooat,
and J. W. Bell.
Jeracy Shore G. Warren.
Jainoatowo K. 8. Rohne.
Great Inland A. E. Taylor. "
Look Haven P. Krohn. ; :
Salona J. B. Cuddy, T. Fans.
Hyner R. II. Colburn.
ltenova A. M.Creighton.
Leldy To be aupplied.
Hinnemahouing L. fl. Crone, ono to besuppllod.
Emporium A. B. lloren.
Caledonia L. G. llcok.
W. L. Spottawood, Prealdrnt, and II. A. Curran,
Profeaaor !o Williamaport Dickiuaon Ketnioary, I,
11. Torrenoe, Cor. Heo'y Penn'a Bible Society,
membera of Mulberry atreet Quarterly Confereooe.
J. P. Bobb, Profeaaor in Pennington Seminary,
Now Jeraey, nicmbor of Salladaaburg Quarterly
Samuel Rarnea, Preaiding Elder.
Danville, SI. I'aul'a H.Creiirblou.A " llowman.
- inniiy u. Vf, L'rNan Foaaen.
Northumberland B. F. Slovene.
Waabingtonvitle T. F. M'Clure, one to bo anp'd.
Rlootueburg 8. Buckingham.
Eapy and Light atreet M. P. Croatbwalte.
Orangeville P. E. Crover, G. A. Singer.
Benton A. C. f roathwaite, one lo be aupptlod.
Berwick W. W. Evana.
Berwick Circuit A. llrittain, one to be tuppl'd.
Bloomingdale H. Wilaoo, J. Y. Shannon.
Muhlenburg W. McKondree Rellcy.
Sltickahinnoy J. A. Gere.
W hite Havea J. Beoeoa Akers.
Hickory Run C. L. Benaootor.
Weatherly J. P. Moore.
llaaleton E. 11. Yoouin.
Jeaneaville aud Audenreid R. T. Swart.
Conyngham N. W. Colburn, T. II. Tubba.
Cattawiaaa U. P. Eing.
Elyaburg J. F. Brown, one to bo supolicd.
SUamokin J. C. Clark.
Centralia II. B. Fortnor.
Mount Carmel B. F. Eyer. m
Ann land A. W. Uujer.
Trevortun T. 0. t'leea.
Bnydertown 11. 8. Mendenhall.
Sunbury S. O. Pennepacker.
Selinigrora J. Stine.
Thomiiaon Mitehcli, Preaiding Elder.
Carlisle, Firat Church (I. T. Grav.
" Emory A Newville W. M. Fryalugor.
Mount Holly R. Mallalicu.
Chauiberabnrg, lat Churob T. M. Reoae.
" Id Choreh A. M. Ecater.
Shippenaburg W. C. Hceeer.
Shippenaburg Circuit E. White.
Rehoboth J. A. Dixon. ' ,
Mecbanieaburg J. M. Lantt.
York, Firat Church D. 8. Monroe.
York, Duke atreet G. W. Miller.
Wrigbtaville II. M. Ash.
Shrewsbury J. Lloyd, E. E. A. Dearer.
' Caatle Fin I. Edwards.
Hanover and New Oxford Wm. II. Eeith.
York Springe H. M. Frost.
v Benderaville J. II. S. Clarke.
Gettysburg J. B. Young.
Mont Alto H. M. Minnigb.
New Cumberland J. M. Clarke, J. 8. Conip,
0. Egr, aup.
Duncannon C. Graham.
Newport II. C. Cheston.
Liverpool J. W. Feight.
Wayneaboro J. Donahue.
Grecnoaatle A. H. Menoh,
Merceraburg W. W. Reeae.
MoConnellshiirg R. H, Wharton, J. M. Duncan
Cove to be aupplied.
T. P. Ege, Prcaident of Irving Female College,
member of Mochaniciburg Quarterly Conference,
Benjamin B. Hamlin, Preaiding Elder.
Huntingdon M. K. Footer,
Pelcnburg M. L. Smith,
Manor Hill W, A, Cltppinger,
Eniaville E. Shoemaker.
Mount L'nion J. Moorhead.
Newton Hamilton G, Leldy.
MoVeylown C. V. Wilson.
Granville W. W. Dunmire.
Lewiatown J. Thruab.
Freedom J. R. A ken.
Decatur one to be aupplied.
Milroy-I. W. Ely.
MiOin H. C. Pardoe.
Tbompaontown J. It. Sbavor.
Port Royal J. A. Row, J. M. Johnaoa.
New Bloomtlcld A. W. Deckor, one to be lup'd.
Coooord W. Hchriber, one to be supplied ) 8.
A. ('reveling, sun.
Shade Gap nn, 11. Stevens. :
Shirleyaburg W. R. Whitney.
Three Springs G. W. Bouee.
4'aaaville U, W, Dunlap.
McConnellatown J. P. Ixng.
Saxton W. A. McKce, E, C. Stewart,
Bloody Run A. M. Barniti.
Bay'a Hill J. Gray, John Horning.
Bedford W. G. Ferguaon.
Rainshurg J. A. MoKindlees. . ,
Sobellaburg 0. S. Sykca.
l'leasantvUle L. N. Clark. ,
J. 8. McMurrav, Preaiding Elder.
Alloona, Firat Churob F. B. Riddle.
" Eighth Avenue R. K. Wilaon.
" Third Charge D. Hantaan.
Hollidayahnrg J, A. Melick. .
Duncanaville II, Linn.
Martinsbnrg D. Caatleman.
Williamsburg W. M. Meioinger.
Logau'a Valley W. C. Robina.
Tyrone J. H. McCord.
Port Matilda I. L. Chandler.
Mileaburg J. W. Cleaver.
Howard J. W. Buokley.
Peuu'l Valley-J. W. Leckie.
Bellefonte M. L. Hmyeer.
Half Moon E. Butler.
Pine Grove W. V. Ilanoe,
Warrior's Mark W. tlwynn, one to be sup'd.
Pbilipaburg T. llarnhart, T. II, Switaer, sup.
Grahamton J. W. Hanghawout, one to besup
Oeocola J. F. Bell.
Clearfleld A. D. Yoonm.
Clearfleld Circuit M. L. Ganoe.
Snow Shoe J. Uuse.
Curwenaville A. W. (llbaon.
Glen Hope I. llookman.
New Washington H. K. Kelly.
Lumber City W. 8 Hamlin.
Sinking Valley 0. Guyer.
William Earnahaw. Cbanlain National Aavlum
for disabled aoldiere, Dayton, Ohio, member of
vt arnor a .Mark Quarterly Conrerenoe.
W. Harden, J. F. Oekerman, U. M. Herman,
trauaferred to Baltimore t'onferenoe, J. W. Lang
ley transferred to Philadelphia Conference. Jamca
Mullin transferred to Wyoming Confereooe. J.
A. Fullerton to Weat Virginia Confercnoe. J. D.
Brown to India Conference. A. Hartman to Kan
Next Conference will be held at Chamberaburg,
Pa. Time not given.
AN INQUMV. -
s Liwaaaca Towatair, March 17, 1871.
Ma. KoiToai la to-day't Ranacirix wa And
an annual tabular ttatement of the financial op
eration of tho Road aad Poor Funds of Lawrence
townehlp, for the year 1)71, lor whieh permit ua
through the eolumnt of jour txoellent paper to
render anto our humble servants the heartfelt
grsMtudo of a taxpaying people.
Let ua look at eome of the facts and figures, as
they now appear on record i
The whole tea levied 43,321.10, and the amount
paid our snrvantt foi-enlleetlng it, or aeooonllng
for It, It 671.31j good w.'gef, we would aajf, be
ing over i per oent. of the whole amount aaaesaed.
After allowing Irwin aver 11 per ee.'t. for hia aer
rloea, why not charge him with the tKUafar al
lowed Brown I After giving Brown nearly t
per cent., why did jou giro him credit with
MM transferred lo liwln and thaw Where
la It I Yoa only allowed hay about It per cent,
for hi services, but where la the flrown traniferf
Is aot portion of th cask tax collected in work
by bim accounted tot ia eitiaeut' worfc 7 Where
did P. Me George do hi work t Waa it qn a log
road 7 Wa it on a lb, an public road 7
Yoa allowed Lankb ever 11 per cent for les
rlees, thua abowing that he doe about one-fourth
of alt tbe work dene ca hit roads he ecrtaialy
works well. Where la the tax transferred from
ta the Qrerareis' eeeoaal af l7o, Capt. Ogdca
gets f 11.15, and In their Seconal of 1ST1 he geta
$15.16 again. Is it nc the saaa debt twice paid t
Now, the Cepteia la a gcee; fellow klad to the
poor, ao donbt perhaps the Captala deserve aa
aaaual penaion but then be ahould apply la a
legal way for It.
If car haeable servants will axplala soma of the
foregoing queries, the will roarer a keeling faroe
o Mm l.MrivrTiir.iria '
' . 1
LrrriR fnom eooo township.
. Blvi Ball, March Soth, 1871,
Ma. Enivoai Our neigbbora of Wallaoetos have
had a change of mlnlatert. The Rer. William II.
Narcroaa, a truly eloquent and devout expounder
of the Word, has retired, I believe, la private life,
and while the prayarl and good wlahtt of the lit
tles congregation he bare will alwayt follow bim,
their regret at parting ia somewhat softened by
their fortunate acquisition of our youthful but
promising friend, Rev. John 8. Miller, and cor
more experienced friend, Rev. Joshua Reynolds,
under whoaa aplrltual guidance tha Wallaeeton
look muat certainly enjoy the very heat of Hea
venly pastures. With such ahephsrdi it could not
be otherwise. I waa much gratified, during a re
cent viatt ta tbia thriving place, te sec that tbe
church waa nut only completed but dodloated for
mally (o the service of the Most High and not
only dedicated, but feat eooeeoratlog Itaolf, and
swelling Its credit account with good works. Dur
ing tha prayer ueetinga fullowlng Iho dodloatioo,
tho mournera' bench, seldom If ever vacant, waa
often crowded with applicants for grace, whose
forvent prayers and mighty wrestling with tbe
flesh promised a certain though hard earned vie
tory, aot over the Lord as an individual with
mora piety and feeling than undemanding, ex
pressed It but over the devil. My vlait waa pro
longed night aftor Bight in tbe charitable hope cf
seeing oertalu amoog my acquaintances oonecienoe.
atrlckea hard enough lo bring them to their knees
before the altar, with a slnoere prayer for that
forgiveness which was not denied on tbe cross.
I eould then hare returned borne, happy in the
thought that the number of hypocrites In this
world was reduced two or three at least. But
that satisfaelloa was denied me. They prayed
and sang aa veclferoualy as any there) but tbeir
hearts were not in it. Their worship was a matter
of buslneaa, and muoh eaaier and eheaper than
restitution, or eves, aliuNtra MiMaUan, - Truly,
acape-goat la bore wanted, or a liberal offer of
burnt offerings for these tins of transgression,
I do not wiab to be severe, but I have serloaa
doubts wbothcr any goat of modern breed oould
bear the half that would be piled upon it. How.
aver, thla Is not ths only church where the roleo
of the wronger and tbe wronged mingle In Iho
same sacred muslo, and God alone can distinguish
them. Still I am happy in the belief that the
good are really In the majority here, and had I
not already oruwded upon your apace, I would re
joloe to give honor where honor la due. I oaonot
however forbear mentioning tbe name of my well
known aud much estcemsd friend, Iaaao Shimcl,
to whom too much praiae or credit cannot bo giv
en. Not only fur firat alerting the movement
which rcaalted in the building of the ehureh, but
for hia undaunted courage and untiring leal and
peracverence againat all the ebataeles, all tbe die.
oouragemcnta and poaittve Oppoaitlun with which
he had to aontend, devoting with the tame liber
ality hia time, hia money, bia voioe and the labor
of hia hands to the good work, until it waa com.
pletod, and Wallaeeton had a ehuroh, which,
though aiodeat and unpretending in appearance,
la nevertbcleaa worthy tbeir pride. I
List of lottera remaining unclaimed
In the Poatoffloe at Clearfleld, for the week euding
April in, iM7z:
Urigga, Ablal C. Lewis, George R.
Bennett, Uwia P. Meet, Mrs. Sarah.
Dilledo, Pater. MeFegie, A.
Derail, George W. Motabinh, D. A.
Dunham, J. L. Heeee, John R.
Dunlap, Martin, Smith, L. J.
Fulton, John II. Sullivan, W. J, .
Ilen.ler, William. Snare, A. ft.
King, 8. 8, Beotl, Mieheal.
Rostaubader, Jaiuoa. Wardon, Charles B.
Weaton, 0. F. (1)
P. A.GAULIN, P. V,
JRoad Jersey Snyder's now advertisement,
aud if yoa waut a good American or Swlaa watch.
give him a eall.
Tux l'l.Aca. If you want to buy a cheap book,
subscribe for a good magaaiaw or aewspaper, or
secure some excellent stationery, Just go to the
FAnuxiu, Tax Nonce II. F. Biglcr A Co,
hare Irna and Wnmt flingte and DowLU Shovel
Plowa, Wood and Iron Cultivators, Steel Cultiva
tor Teeth and Shovel Plow Shovels, Iron and
Wood Plowallill-eide Plowa, Ac, Ae.
apl 1m. II. F. BIGLER A CO.
Rii-TKiK, Taiu Notic-b. (loodfcllow A Son
have oa hand llama, Sides, Shoulders, Potatoes,
Eggs, Butter, and other provisions, whieh will be
sold to raftmen at the right figures. Store on
Market street, oppoaitc the Shaw Home.
Novtca to OABUKBaa. All those la need of a
good ont It of garden-making tools, should sail
at II. F. Bigler A Co.'a, where they will find a
large assortment of apadoa, apade forks, ahovela,
heea, and rake of all kinds. apll-m
For Wall Paper, go to Weaver A Betta.
Noticb to ena Diariri.ta or Isaac Waltox.
After April 10th wa will have tbe largeat assort
ment of fishing tackle ever brought weal of the
Allegheniea, consisting of Rode, Baskets, Fllea,
Hooka, Line, Bait Boxes, Ac, Ao. All diaclplea
of Isaac n alton arc invited to call and examine
our stock. II. F. Bini.xa A Co.
March 17, lSJ'.tf
Wearer A Belts have just received 10,000 rolls
of Wall Paper.
Wall Paper at any price, from 12) ta 50 eents
bolt, at Weaver A Betta'. ' ' ' :
Fbbbb Gaonxn Plastbb. Received at Corner
Store by ear load and for sale by
E. A. A W. D. Inwu.
Curwensvillc, March 13, 1871.
Dr. F. Platto. Eclectic l'hvsician and B nreaoft
offort hit acrvicee lo the people of Clearfleld and
vicinity, nnd will be in readiness to attend all
professional ealla, liy day or night. Ornce on
Been street, wesl ol tbe depot, I'lear.cld, Ta.
May 11, m;i-tf
The publie are hereby assured that Parson's
Purgative Pilla contain no Injurious principle, but
that they may be administered to children and the
most weak and ahattered constitution! In amall
doaea, with great certainty of eucoe.
Dr. A. Johnson, one of the moat successful
practitioner ef bit tine, Invented what It now
called Johnson's Anodyne Liniment. Tbe great
succeit of thia article ia the euro of bronohltla and
all dlaeaaet of throat and lunga, wilt make the
nates of Johnson not less favorably, if less wide
ly, known than that of Louis Napoleon.
COUQHS AND COLDS.
There are few imhmi wttn -,a.M e ,k . i
portanoe of attending to a cough or a cold at Its
. r r - nnvuinnnnoniij
of eonsumntion. were tret attnekMl with aHaii.i,,if
Bret UMUtu. Th. tl.. V. .1 1 1
eoneh nr n,,lrl ahi.h tkav thnl. -M
"Mr" Itself off, and therefore neglected lo uae
toe proper remeuiee until uey became incurable.
Every day that a cough, cold, or any lung dio
cese la neeleeted. makea the ih ajiaaa nf m HH
wore aneeriain. ive woulil recommend all suffer.
In frnni an .11... L. 1 -i...
USB II A JUUIX'l Vntt I, , k , Ua, . ana. T,. 1 , -
'am in curing the worat eaaea of eousjhs. eolds.
Ma.,-iiur.r, aum turuui, cBTerrB ana Batnma. ll
la an Infallible remedy for Whooping Cough
Ine nreaertued be ami nt Ika I 1; 1 i:
la the Northern aad Southern States, aad being
preTnueoi under ma immediate auperviaion of a
graduate of the Pennsylvania Medical College.
Tbe nrrmriatnra hen W In In'., .11 it,-, i. t.
no 'giieek" preparation, hut made atriotly In ae-
w"o ios eavanoeu principles and theory
of eaedieihe. Price 50 eenla per bottle.
Rt H.XKI.I. A .Axtnia n..i.. nn,., ,
phie. Sold at Joseph 11. Irwin'a drag atore, Cur
wecavlllc, Pa. mehfl-Sm
On Tburaday, March I8i, 1871, by Rev. II. S.
BirVLua, Mr EDWARD PHILLIPS te Miss
HENRIETTA BAI.V, both of Woodland.
On March 14th, 1872, at the residence ef the
bride's father, In Penn townahlp, by Joax It,
RowLxa, Esq, Mr. WILLIAM EVARTS te Miss
HARRIET IIOCKINBERRY, both of Clearfleld
At ,t rcrlden-c of the) bride't father, March
ISlb, 1871, by Rev, T, Vax Sravoo, Mr. 8AM
IEL STRAW to Miss CLEMENTINE E, EA
GLES, both cf Jordan township.'' " .
On March 5lb. 1871. ai at. rt..-.!.
ClearCeld, by the Rev. Gbobc Hall, Mr. jlT.
C1IELL A8KEY to REUKCCA ELIZABETH
EMIGII, boUof WallaeetoB.
la Plka lewosMp.oaaferea (th. 1ST1, HAR
RIET, wife of D. B. Rem, aged 14 years, II
month rnd 4 days. .
Oorrncted weekly by Riobabd Moasor, Wholesale
and Heun Dealer in trry uooda, Uroeerlea, rro
vlaloni, Ac, Market atreet, Clearfleld, Pa.
ClBAnriBLn, Pa,, Merck II). 11-
til lings, dressed.,.,., - 1
11 Hides, arson- t
irrteti, ea ro
Apple bulter,gal, 1
Beans to 00(a) t
Buukwhoat flour lb, :
Beef, dried -
Beef, fresh..... Met
Hoards, M 1J OOtjiU
Corn, ear 0(1(5)
Curn tueaLVtaack, 1
00 llama 00(9 "
40 8houldera...00(n) 10
15 Side.. 00(19 15
15 Lard I5M) 8
5 Meaa pork.lt bbl...llOO
15 Oat. 1. 70
00 Potato 00 80
00 Peaches, dried, lb,. Hi
50 Plaster, bbl 140
40 Rye . ,. 1 10
Chop, J owtl 10 1
90 Ilaga, W m '
Cherries, lb. 10fo)
Chlckeus, drad, 0,
00 Salt, sack I"
16 Sblngles,a4inl0( 15 00
11 Tlmotbv aeed....... (00
J, Tallow 111
00 'Wheat 1 50
50 Wool (5
Flour 0 00(n)
80 00(jj,35 OO. Wood, V cord...... ( (0
TYRONE 1 CLEARFIELD BRANCU.
N and after Monday, NOV. !0tb, 1871, tbo
Paaaentcr Tralaa will run daily (except Sun
day) between Tyrone and Clearfleld, a follows:
Clearfleld.. (.10, r. a. Tyrone t.lS.a.w.
Phlllpabarg....4.10, Oaeeola 10.85,"
Osceola 4.40. l'hilioaburi.,.10.55. "
Tyrone e.oo, t'leartleld 1 1.55,
t,BAVB ootlTlt. I LEAVE N0RTI1.
Clearfleld 5.45 A. u.i Tyrone .....7.00 p. at,
Phillnabure.. .45 " Intersection... J. IS
Osceola. 7.05 ' Osceola 8.10
Intersection.. 8.11 ' PhiliDabari...8.40 "
Tyrone.. (.15 " Clearfleld, ar.,.(.40 "
FARE FROM CLEARFIELD, TO
Bcllefonte, Pa 13 05
Lock Haven 1 70
Huntingdon 1 80
Lewiatown. 1 00
Maryaville 4 50
Mlddletown ....(5 00
Marietta. 5 50
Laneaater ( 8A
PHILADELPHIA 7 05
Altoona , I 05
Johnstown.. 1 80
PITTSBUIIO ( 15
UARRISBURG... 4 75
Close eonneotiont made by all trains at Tyrone
and Lack uaven. .
GEORGE C. WILKINS,
$ry Coods, (dtomlti, die.
O! RAFTMJIN, HEAD!
Then eall nd extmiD to h oonvloood of THE
1'LACK to buj fint-cUu
CIIK 11 '
THIS SPRING. .
BISEL'S BEE HIVE
At the Old Stand, Xo. 05, Jluln 9t.,
Ltk ffftrm, Pa.
Wc are jnst receiving as immense atock of DRY
uuuiih ror tha Spring Trade, bought for
Cash, and will be sold at
Prices lo Defy Competition
la Central Pennsylvania.
! , 1 1 .
For your heavy Brawn and Bleached Sheetings
Your Tickings, Tuwelinga, Hickory Shirtings,
Cheoka and Strlpea,
Your Table Linens, warranted all Linen, aa low as
eeoia a yarn, ,
Your Calicoes, G Inghems, Denims, Cottonades and
Furniture Checks, -
Your Summer Paction, for Men and Hon'
of theae wc hare an immense stock, Including
, tha tbrlbbla weight double and twiat outton-
Your Coallaga, Shawls. Velveteens, n.nrfbe-nhl.r.
Hosiery, Ulores.and all kinda of Fancy Nolioual
DON'T FAIL TO GO TO
niftd'n lice Hive (Store.
DRESS GOODS wo make a
upccialty, ( ;
Our stock comprises all the lateat
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON,
beside a full line of
STAPLE DRESS GOODS,
Black Oro Grain 8 Ilk a. Black Alpacas, (all
r..v,, u.a, nuHun, rrencB MertBOf,
All-wool Repa and Patina, Pa
reppa Cords, Ac.
Mi-Make out your Memoranda at home for all
tbe Dry Goods yoa may want for 1871, and bring
them with yoa whea yoa eome down this flr.Hr,.
with year Timber, and be eoaviaeed that it la
w ,usr ,,, laiw., tu uuy our gooua as ) J
BISEL'S BEE HIVE STORE,
SKIN OF THE LARGE
" BEE HIYE'C
OVER THE DOOR. '
J. J. EVERETT k CO.; j
. , Proprietors.
Lock narca, Pa., March 17, 1871-3L
SPRING GOODS I
J. M. KRATXKR la f.l nl.t.. . I ..A
attractive stock of Spring Goods,
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
LADIES' CHILD HEN'S SHOES,
WALL PAPERS, A.
Clearfleld, March (, 1(71.
LtJMIIRR CITY, PA.
Tha it n ll .. a k. I a a m 1.
nr ftitmni tbftl ho hoi otind food lino of
(JKOCKRIKA A VR0VIHION8 ot tho eld tnd
Of Klrfe A HimtlAftP. fnt emhlnk ka klJ.ls. - ll(..l
patreaage. ' H, W. BPKMCEH.
Lumber City, Pa., Mareb 10-tf,
THE DEMQCATIO ALMANAC for IMA
ISM aad 1MB for sale at Ike Post Oloc
I .lea 25 eej.tl. Mail ta any addreM.
Sheriff's Sale. .1
BT elrtueof writsot Vaeatfrioaf A'xjsoans, Issued
ant of the Court af Comraua Plena of Clear
fleld county, and la me directed, there will
be eipoaed to publi. aale, at the Ceurl Houae,
la tha borough of Clearfleld. oa Thursday, ths
inn aay of April, lei, ai i c eioea, p. m,
the following described real aetata, ta wit i
A certain tract of land situate in Woodward
townahlp, Clearfleld county. Pa., bounded and
desorlbed to wit South by land of William Hag.
arty, weat by Clearfleld Creek, north by the vil
lage uf Madura, and seat by land of John Moore
and others, containing IS aorea, more or leaa, and
having a two-etory plank bouae and atable luereon
erected. Seised, taken In eieeulloa and to be
sold aa tha property of Robert Alexander.
JfHfy-Blddera will take notloe that 15 per eent.
of tbe purchase money muat be paid when the
property Is knocked down or it will be put up
again for sale. ' JUSTIN J. PIE,
SuiHirr's Orrirn, I Sheriff.
Clearfleld, Pa., March 17, 1(73. J
i Road Letting I j
NOTICE If hereby (iron thtt tbo ondmigncd
Supervisor! of ilonhen tuwnibip will meltt
propnnli until SATIUIUY, tbo Joih day of
April nait, for tho grodingi hrldning and com-
filettoy of forty-ono rod a of rotd, more or leu,
Mdio( from L. I. Irwini, In Uoibea tow nib ip,
to tho Lowroooi townihip Hdo.
- Pmpoioli nait lUti iho prioo poo rod for the
whulo work. Tht SapervUori will moot at Lick
Ron on tho doy obovo dciignatod, whoro oil wbo
co lit eon attend.
E. K. PHIHEY,
11. E. K V LA 11,
CI AUTIOWr A II ptr-omoe hereby ooutiooed
J ogoinit purohoitng or in ony way meddling
with the following penonol properly, now In the
poieeiiion of Hnfut Llnacy, wf (.'heat townihip:
Uno block horae, 1 dunn borw, 1 Kn horao. 3
ow a, 1 bog, I acta of b artiest. I plow, 1 ho.rt.ir,
o aue?p aim nouavnoia luriuiuro, xnta prnporty
waa pure baaed by nie from bin, and ii left with
kirn aubjoot to mj order.
, THOMAS CONNLT.
Cheat townahlp, March 27, lH71-3t.
ADMIN IMTRATOR'M NOTICE Notloe
ll hereby given that letter of administration
on tho aetata of PHILIP HKANUK, deo'd, late
of Beoeario townahip. Clearfleld oounty, Penna.,
having been duly granted to the onderaigned, a'.l
peraoia Indebted to aaid eatato will plcneo make
par men t, and thoae having claim a or domanda
wiil nrcaent thorn properly authenticated foraeW
Ument, UIC'IIAEL I1IUMFF,
Maixh 37, 1873 0t: Adniniatrator.
ORPHANS' COUIZT SALE!
In puruanoe of an ordur of the Orphan a'
Court of Clearfleld eountv, there will bo fold at
Publie Sale, at the Court Houae, in tha borough of
t'lenrfli-m, on SAI LHIMY, tho 2".n or Al'UlL,
A. D. 172, at 1 o'eloek, P. jf laid day, tbe
following deter i bed real ritatt, lata tho eatato of
John nloaa. uveeafeu:
All that eertain meaauage, tenement and tract
of land aituate in Knojt tuwuabip, Clearfield Co.,
Pa., bounded luid deeoribed aa fullowa, to wit:
beginning at poet, eon. or p. Owem and Jane
Sluaa; (henoo by land of Jane Stoat and Margaret
Biota, aouth 3(5 degreei eaat 79 t-10 perohci, to
pott; theneo by land of J. M. Chaae, north 42 J
de greet eatt I. '17 ptrobet, to ditgwood ; llimoe, by
land of J. M. C'kate, north 36J tjegroea weat TV 3-10
perchca, to porti thcnoi, by P. Owcnt. aoulb 62)
Jesreei wcit 137 perrhi't, to pott and place of bo-
ginning; containing Vft Aerea and D 7-ltf perchei
and allowance; being part of a larger tract in
name of George Wcit ; having about 30 aerea
cleared land, a large two- itory hewed kig bouee
and hewed log barn thereon, with excellent spring
of water at the door, ltalanoe of land well titn
berrd with hemlock and bard timber.
TERMS OF B A LK. -One-third tbe parrbtte
money to bo paid In hand on confirmation of tale,
aud the balance ia two eoual annual payment
witn tntrreat, to be iceurcu by boon and mort-
gnge on the prciuiaca. a. v. i ai K,
mch27-4t UuardUn of Effie J. Blow.
riiOWNSHIP AUDITORS' SKT-
l TLEMKNT. Report of the Audllur of
Lawrence township tor A. ll. mtt :
ItO,ll I CJM).
IVilliaiu T. Irvin, Jaruea Ilrnwn, J. B. Sbaw and
Thomas M. Lanicb. Superrlsors of Lawreoee
township, In account with the Hoad funds of
seta lowbantp mr tan.
WILLIAM T. IRVIN. Da.
To ataount ol tax Icrici ror ten fans 10
Br amount of work done b
eltiaens ((Its (I
Rr supervisor's wages.H US 04
11 exoueratlona 10 70
11 per cent. ire.. 4t t
llj plank and apikea 04
It making dnplicate ( AO
Hr team on road 1 oti
11 one da? at aettlement,..,,,. 1 00
Balance due tuwnahip.n.,. 4 (9
.! in (kh( 10
JAMKS BROWN. Da
To amount of tea leried for ...... $770 W0
To order on uooeeeor to balance account 24 01
Br work done by eltiaena.
It j tranaferto Irrinand Shaw,
llj per eentage
Br aiiperrisor's wages..
Br Biaking duplioate
By working eaeh tea
Br one day at aettlentenL.
By J. M. Head, aa over -work
By over-work of W. 1'. and
By amount paid auditora aad
(800 91 (HIlO V
I J. B. SHAW, Da.
To rSionnt of Us levied for 1S7I (010 00
To unseated order for 1871.. 100 00
To erdor lo balance aceouat M, (( (j
rk dune by citiacna $921 (I
By rash tax collected in work, HA ai
By percentage 4ft .14
By laporviaor'e wageam 98 00 -
By o day at seltlcmeut 4 00
By idtoncratloae. (80
By "rer work of D. Lansberry 4 00 '
By arder of John Irwin I HI
By Hrtrr McUeorge'a bill 10 00
By ll. Swartaworth, Judgment
a'dloost 74 07
By amount paid printer. ( 7d '
By aptount paid auditors aad
olrtk t 87
T'tal (I,tn7 i5l.!07 ftl
' 1 T1IOMA8 M. LANICII, Ua.
To aiiount of Ux levied for 1871
To unseated order for 1871.......
To iiosrated order for 1871
To ulseatcd order for 18ri.......
(alance due aoporvlanTn
By onount due laat settlement, (71 14
By work done by eitiaeni,,,...,.nt 4 88
By eupervleor'a wagea.... lat) 00
II; per arntage 5 0.1
By alnounte paid (reoelpta tail) 34 00
By aiaount for printing 0 00
By hill of plank II II
ily bill of J. L. Mcl'keraon. St 00
fly two dure' eettling 4 00
By trontfar and eioneratluna.... (4 6U
Ily making duplicate i 60
By ami. paid Auditors I clerk... I 07
..(1,010 30(1 .11111
Townahlp Indcbtedneaa $1,1:0 07
PI MIR FUND.
CLARK BROWN k 0. B. M F, It It R I., Overseers
of the Poor, la account with Lawrence Town
ship, for 1871 1
To amount of dunllcate (UI4 111
To eaah on Judgment vs. Bogge iwp...... ( 00
By order Math. Ogden fl.i li
fy ree ls or Richard Moaiop..... 104 77
By rre'ta of Kraticr A Lytic... 14 00
Ily bill of W. 1'. Tata 34 r)
ily hill of Lydia Leonard 11 10
Ily hill of datura Bouglirrty 40 00
By bill of Juha II. Orris 10 00
By bill of Miriam Orr. 0 00
ily hill of Wallace A Fielding... ( 00
II; bill of T. J. Boyer 10 10
Ily bill of O. II. Merrel 10 10
Ily bill of II. W. Snider 8 00
By bill of Jnaeph llorat 01 00
Ily bill of William Porter 4 00
Ily hill of i.n.l. for J. W. Jonea, 81 11
It) hill of clothing for Shilling.. 0 70
1U bill of time for C. Brown 17 10
By exonerations, 10 18
By percentage. , (7 ll
By one day's settling 100
By ami. paid Auditora a clerk.. S 07
Balance doe lownahip 438 4
.,i, . C49 84 HI IB (I
We, the nnderslaned. Auditora nf Lawrence
townahlp, having examined the accounts of Wm.
t. Irwin, Jsmea Brawn, J. B. Shaw and Tbooaa
at. Lanleh, Supervisors, and Clark Brown and
0. 0. Merrel, Orcraews of the Poor of aald town
nip for 1(7 1, (ud them aa above euted.
41. II. HALL,
R J. rilNKI.IM.
Ael ; ,.. Auditor!.
W. T, Sraf xu-. Clerlf.
WALT- PAPER at any price, from 11, lo (0
cmU a boll at
jneh7 las T LEAVER BKTTI.
BMK COMTABILBt KALES FOR
CHOfL FOR GIRLI,
CURWKKBVILLE, Va. "
Pprlng term eomntneca lfay 6, II7J,
m wmimm acade.hy,
Clearfield County, Pa.
TIIK BUftMEK TERM or this Inalltutloa
will opea on tho flrat Monday of Jdajr next.
(Term, Are month a.)- -
Tbe oourae of study will embrace a rigid and
thorough teat in every branch reuialto to a prac
tical and aeootnpllahcd oduoation.
Vocal and instrumental muaie will occupy an
Important plaee in tbe eouric of itudy.
Pupili will be admitted at any time during the
eaiiun, and charged from time of entering lo tbe
elueo of the term. No deduction will be made
for abaenee, exeept In caeca of p rot reeled lllneai.
Btudente detiring room a for "clubbing" can be
aoeotnmodated at moderate ratei.
(loud boarding can bo procured at three do!
law per wood at public and private ho urea, t . ,
i'or partlculera add real
UK0HUE W. rNNIS, Principal,
March , '71 tf . New Wa'Uiugtou, l'a.
MISS H. S. SWAN'S
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
rpiIE gl'KIXO TERM of (urteen week a. w!
X ouuimenoo Monday. April 8th, 1872. t
TERMS OF TUITION.
Reading, Orthography, Writing, Object Lea
tone, Primary Arithmetic and Primary
iioography $7 00
lliatory. Local and deaerlntivo Ueogmpby
with Man Drawing. (Irammar, Mental
and Written Arithmetic 00
Alicebraaud the Science It 00
Infraction In inatrumental muaie 10 00
Oil painting, 24 leiioni IS 00
wax won , ...... o uv
For foil partleuUre tetnJ for Circular.
Clearfleld, Sept. 7, 1870-lypd.
A Male and Female Claaalcal High School.
Each DcpaHnent Separate, DUtluct aud
Complete in ltaelf
TUB icholaitle year of thia Ioatitutlop i dir..
ded into two eoeaioni of fire montbi (twenty-
one week) each. Tbe fint teeaion commence! on
the flrat Monday in September) tbe iccood.on the
flrat Monday In February.
The oottree of in a traction embraoei orery thing
neccaaary to a thorongb, practical and acooiopliftb
ed education of both teirt,
Fupila will be admitted at any time and charged
from dale of entrance to the eluae of tbe teat ion.
No deduotion will bo made for abaeneo, exeept
la eaaei of extreme and protracted ill neat.
Studenta from a diaUnoo can bo aoeotnmodated
with board at low ratea.
For particular!, aead for circular, or add real
Hr. F. L. HA11K1HON.A. M.,
Jnly 10, 1871-tf. Principal.
Male and Female College 1
THIS popular InatltatioB will open fTr the
Hummer eesslon on the firat Mondar of Vav,
1871, nnder the instrnetionofaeorpaofoonipelent
teaobers, In lbs college buildings in tbe pleaaant
village of Cherrytrce, Indiana eountv. Pa.
Course of inatruetion thoroogb. Music, vocal
and instrumental, incluied. flood boarding rur
nt.hed at frum (2.00 to $.1.60 per week.
For further paiiioulara applr lo either of the
amleraigm-d Direetora, or addreaa them at (treat
P. O., Indiana county. Pa.
Hon. H. H. McCORMICK,
II. U. KINI'OHTS, Ea.,
JOHN KAHON, V.to.,
V. K. IIKAI.MbK,
V. A. H. LUVEI.ACR,
Feb. 7, 1871 lin. Directors.
A NEW DEPARTURE
For the RuicfU of Mankind !
1H. no V ER(
This important dieeorery ia one of the asoat re
markable reeulta of modern medical research, and
The most Wonderful t Speedy Remedy
la now presented in a aclentiflo combination of
soothing aad healing agents. And hsring thor
oughly tested it in nuinbcrlcsa eaaea, with moat
aatialaetory reeulta, do not heaitata la offering It
ie me pumic aa
The nioBt certain, rapid and cfluctuul
REMEDY FOR PILES,
ao matter of how long stauding.
i-Sold by all Drur.i.ts and Medicine Deal.
ere who desire to alleviate the salferiogs of their
PBICI, 50 CENTS PER BOX.
T. J. BOYER, Sole Proprietor,
octJJ'71 Clearfield, l'a.
O. I. 0.
TaTHERE boy my 1RY GOODS. ORO
Tf oeriet, Qtieeniwarc, U lat ware, Drugt and
noitont, con foot lonertei, Jtet cheap for eaah.
The eubacrlhcr brga leare to Inform bit old and
new enitoaien that be bai ojtencd
A VARIETY STORE
IS GLKN UorK, PA
And will iell goodi at prioea toiuit the timet. A
liberal rotluctioa will bo made to euttouicrt buy.
Ing at wholeaale.
Call and examine my atock bofore purchaaing
el Ht where. A liberal bare of publie patronage ia
C. J, KKAUY.
tilrn Uope, Pa., June 14, 1971.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At the New Tobacco and Cigar Store uf
it. If. SIM H,
Two doors Kast of th reitofflce, Cltard.M, Ta.
Constantly oa hand a In asaortmtat of Navy,
Congreaa, Cevcndleh, pabla, Mpanroll,
Hlcblgan aad Cantary Vln.-eol
Cbewlag Tebaeco, Ac
Alao, a large and well selected stock of Imported
aad Domeatlc Cigars, Poioking Tobaocos,
Maerechaum and llrlar llpea,
Pipe flxturcs, Tobaeec
Boies, Cigar Holders, and everything geacrally
found in a well regulated Cigar and
Remember the placet Two doors Eaat of
lbs PoatulBoc, ClaarOeld, Pa. pil.tojan.4 7J
m II 13 N E V7
Patent Link Motion. Almost nolselasa machine,
llqn'l fail to examine It befme purcbaS'
I. IIRILKiK, MERCHANT TAILOR,
Agent for Clearfleld eoanty,
MT Local Arenti wanted la every towa In the
county, to whom liberal term will te given.
Tienl fall to cismlne It and eati.fy oaraelf.
pioared, Pa., Feb. 7, 1871-tf.
TlTi'ntf. CORM-AMM-ft' VKKH
W hare printed a Isree number of the new
i'KR HILL, end will ca the receipt of tfeotj.
('i eeuts, aiai) a coi.j to anr aJJiaia. (cjja
fry ftoofls, r.
NO SMALL POX HERE !
'- a- a sure f rv;?r:
CALL at L. FLEOAL'S new Store, oppnaite
Kx-tlor. IHgler't ret idenoe, on tiorund atreet.
Cloarficld, Fa., and examine hia fine atock of
. BOOTS & SHOES, '
. . . .. . i
HATS i CAPS,
Gent' Fubjumuino Goouo, ,
,. TRUNKS, ... , , ' f, ,
Of which he ia constantly receiving a targe ateort
ment of tbe rery lateat aad beat atyloa, which hr
win a it pott ei at
Astonishingly Low Prices!
LADIKR, I bare on haod a 1ar and well
elected atock of tboce eelebrated hand-aewed
MUHOCCU and LASTINtl UAITKK4, which I
can lafcly recoumead to be the butt in the mar
ket. Call and examine them.
OEXTLEMEX, my itork of FumithUg Qooda
a complete, 1 bare all the nevtltka In Scarf a.
Tica, Cravat a, Handlierohieft, Vnderwcar. Sna-
penderi, Collar, Ulorci, Hot! cry, Ac, together
with a complete aiaurtment of White antl Cloth
Shirta. I have on hand a large and well aclcotcd
itock of llati and Capi of tbo
Very Latest Styles I
- .' ' . - - ' .. ,y
Alio, Trunks. Valises. Railroad P.ira. Ilmbrellaa.
Canea, and many other artlelea, both nseful and
ornamental, wnicB will be sold at fair ratea.
VThe eltiaens of Clearfleld and vicinity are
respectfully invited to oall and eiamine my goodi
veiore purcnaaing elKwnera.
ClearOaM, Pa, Feb. 7, 1872.
Xcw Firm at Wallaeeton, Pa.
.10IIN HOLT & SONS
Have - bought tha entire atock of goo da from P.
Qallaghcr, and are receiving a general aieortment
of new gooda from tho Eastern cititr!, luch at
I500TS k SHOES,
HATS k CAPS,
FEED, ic, Ac, kc,
T exchange for Country Produce, Railroad Tie,
Lauiiier or UASII. Uotobcr IS, 171
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS A CAPtf, BOOTS.A 6II0KS,
Quoennwara, Men! and Boya' Clothing, Paluta,
. Olla, lrngs tlluttwaro, School liooke,
a large lot of Patent Medici nee,
Qua Sboea, Mooeo Boot, a largo aaaortment of
.Not ion a, Iloaiery and
LAMES AND GENTLEMEN'S FIRS,
torn etb ing new and attractive
Largo and tplendid aoaortment of French, Qer
man aud Kngliab Toyt, Dolli and
No greater rarlety of good in any itore in the
conntr. AH for aale very low for oath at the
Cheap Corner. Ieo. U. 1871.
Down I Down 1 1
THE LAST ARRIVAL
AND OF COrRSB TI1B CHEAPEST I
A Proclamation against High Prices!
TB are now opening on a lot of Ihe beat and
Vf moet aeaaimablo Uooda and Warn aver
offered In thli market, aad at prleea that remind
one of the good old dura of nlivap Ihtngt. Tbom
who Inch faith opoa thia pointy or deeia oar alle
gation! tupcrOuouf, neou but
CVILF, .ir OIJI STOHB,
Corner Front and Market etreete,
Where they ean aeo, fuel, hear and know for them
eelroa. To fully aaderftand what areohoap goodf,
tbia muat be done. uo not aeem It nooetaary
to ononwraie and iteniiaa oar itock. It ia cnonch
lor na vo aiaie mat
We Lave Everything that is Needed
and enninmed In thin market, and at pricoi that
aatonitb both old and yonng.
do2t JUHKl'U PUAW HON.
FLOUR & FEED DEPOT I
The attention of I he eiliaena of CtVarfteld and
vicinity la directed lo tho feet that (loodlrllow A
Son arc the aiconta of M. Nieoe A Co . and hare
juat rvci'rd a kaf dnarn ear Inada of Flour and
Feed, which they ntH at tbe loweal poaaiblt Ag
urti. A large itock of
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, BRAN,
Potatoes, Shelled Corn, Corn In ear, Ae, Ae.
Particular attention is Called lo M. Niece t
C.i.'i hrand of Kaoail; Flour, whieh is tha best in
Flour and Feed eia and will be sold cheaper
than it eaa be obtained elsewhere la Uloatfteld
Jr8tore cn Market stre.t, qeit door lo Hoo.
Alexandef lrrin' rssldenoa.
HOQlirEl.I.OW A SOW,
Ja.lOtf Axenur.rM Niece A Co.
10 R WALL PATER, to In
' iaeh27 (u, ' WSAVEU BEITS.
THE ALLEGHENY HOTEL.
, SIABS5I of., CLEAHFIBIP, Fa,
TIlIS large aad' oonlinodlous e hotel has
been opened for Ike accomiaodatlon at Ike
nubile, whora the -roprletor will be glad to meet'
hia eld friends, snd receive a share cr public pel
rqnsge. Br atrial personal atlonllon to tha da.
laila of his buslneaa, be hopes to be able to rende
sstiafaetlun to hia patroaa. The TABLE wilt
alwaji be bonntlfulljr fnpplied with, tk beat hat
can be procured ta the wrWi fB
will contain aluintocaoi mioaeee-i -
Oood stabling attached. .,n.
Cleardeld, Msroh I, UOK.ljr Proprietor.
Corner of Second and Market Sreeta, '
THIS old aad eommodlona Hotel hss. durfnr
ths east -ear, been enlarged ta double Its
former eapaeil for the eatertaiossent of straa
gsrs aad gaasta. Tks whole building bas bee
refurnished, and tha proprietor will spare re
pain to render bis gaeet eoailcrtabU while
staying with hint.
-The "Nsaslea Houae" OnanHoa rani to
and from the Depot ea the arrlral and departure
of each train. iOUS l)0U8HliIT,
apro.70 tf yreprlstor.
CurereusTllle, Wear Bold count. Pa.
THIS old and well eitsblUhad BoUl.beaull
full Blluated oa tha baaks of tha Benque
banna, ta the borosghaf Cnrwensrllle, bas beea
leased for a term of ear b tb undersigned.
It bas been entlrel rentted, and Is bow ope ta
the nubile generall aad tbe traaelllng aemma.
eltyta partlealar. Ho pains will be epared ta
render gaests soafortabla while Urrlng at tbia
koaaa. Ample Btabling roera for Us eeeommo-.
datlon ofteams. Charges mederetc.
B.pt.38, 1870 tf. .
MAIN ST., rUILIPSBURQ, PA.
TII8 aaderslgaed keeps eonstantl ca band
tha beat of Liquors. Ills table is always
aupplied with lbs beat the market afforda. Tha
treacling public will do well to giro him a eall.
noelaS. ROBERT LLOYD.
T IONAKD HOUSE,
A J Dear the Railroad Depot,
Thia house is large, well furnished, and aearl
new, and the Proprietor fcell confident of render
ing aatiaraotion to gurata. N. B. Good stabling
aonneeted with tbe hotel.
o II 8. B. ROW, ProprieUr.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
(Opposite Tt. R. Di-pot,l
The undersigned, berlng beoome 'proprietor
of thla houae, ia now read to entertain atrsngvrs
and travelers, and therefore solleits sojourners to
giro him a call. His Table will be supplied with
the best the market affords, and bis Bar will eoa
tain tbe ehoiocst of wines and liquors. Extensive
stahltng is attached, t- hargea moderate.
Jan 10 71
Ojipoaite the Court House, .
Accommodations llrat-claes and ehargej modarata.
oatt JOHN F. VOl.'XO. Proprietor.
Opposite the Court House, . r
LOCK HAVEN, PE.NN'A.'
jel4 7l HAl'FEAI. A KROM, Prop's.
D. JOHNSTON A B0N,.
NERIC1X II OH UK,,
SHANNON A BtiRKEtT,
DA KIEL CONK ELL Y,.
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer.
HAS just received a tne lot of French CALF
SKINS, aad is bob prepared to manatee,
tare everything In bis line at the lowest ngnras.
Ha will warrant bis work lo be aa representae.
He reapeetfully solicit, a call, at his shop oa
Msrket street, second dror west of the pesteff ee,,
wkere ha will do all In kis power ta render aette
faction. Sous loa Uatter tops cn hand.
my,'7- DANIEL CONNELLT:
SEW BOOT ASD SHOE SHOP.
Con. MARKET A 3d Bra., CLEARFIELD, Pi..
THE proprietor haa entered lata tba BOOT
SHOE buaineaa at th above stand, and:
is determined not to be oatdone either la qual
ity ar price for his work, F pec la I attention
will be paid to manufacturing Rawed work. .
has oa band a large lot of Breach Kip and
Calf Skins, cf the rer best quality. The eltl.
aena of Cl.arfl.ld and vicinity are reipecU'elly
invited to give him a trial, No charge for aalU.
anew. a. ii
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
TUB anderelgned, having aaubllabed a Nat
aery oa the 'Pike, aboat half way between,
Cleartleld and Curwenaville, la prepared to fur.
nlah all kinds ef FRl'IT TREES, felaadard aad
dwarf,) Erargreeas, Sbrabbery, Grape Viaea,.
uoos.bernes, Lawtoa Mlaek berry, Strawberry.,
and Raaherry Vlnaa. Alia, SiberiaB Crab Trees,
Quince, and ear! scarlet Rhubarb. Ac. Orders
promptly attended to. Address,
V. I). WRIGHT.
septO U-j Curwenivills, Pa
New Meat Market.
TUB andenlgnod have opaoed a Meai Market
ia the ron fanuerlv occupied hj, Alexander
run, on Market atreet. Clear Held, Pa., adjoining
Mci-op'e, where they Intend to koofl a lupply of
aii awM or iwjeaf,
fruit aad- Vamtahlaia.
And atHpaicriTO et.it thk timko" Phop will
v ueH tr(uiar i t eiH a uvpuit.w', g nurptimj imi
or publie patronage la rnnwtfnll aolieited.
u n UDAVI
JBA.ftn re,-i;rt- n da.l I. .11 kin.!. f
Iniproi'H Agrieultural Implt-urnta.
vtrarnaiti, AUguat 0 lOfll-Ua
ST0SE ASD EARTflES-WARE
OF IVER.T DtSCPH'TION I!
CROCKS! TOTS! CROCKS.!
l'laherB Patri.t AlnUrlil Heir. u..llHr-
RPTTKR rkllf'HH iij. .
CREAM CROt'Ktt, MILK CROCK!.
Pirn I.K rlinrtr
FLOWER POTS. Pig WSnij
And a great many other thinga too aoaveroaa ta
meniion, 10 oe nail at
FREU'K. LEITZINGER'S .
STONE - WAKE TOTTERY.
Corner ol Cherrr and Third Kt recta,
CLEARFIELD, PA. g
(i An row ill's.
For all dlaeaaes Incident to llorsos, Cattle, aad.
aiumaa v lean, requiring tha aaa of aa
e sternal applieatiea.
Tkt. CmkeAanllott n . a .S l
ths Uevarcmeat daring tke war.
For sale by II arise ick A Irwin, Clearl.ld.
Joeepk R. Irwla, Corw.asvllle. Daaiel Qead
lander. Latharabure if
JSAAC JOHNSON ft SONS,
Manufacturers aad pralera Ig
BooM aad Hlioea!
ladle', His' aad Cblldrsa' Gaiters,
Men's, Hoys' anal Women's Hnvy toots, aad
Drogat,, ae, Ae.
Store and .hop on Second itreot, aearl appe
site II. F. Littler A Ce. . hardware atore, ' '
Feb. t, in 1 CLLARFIELD, PA,