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JHE ? REPUBLICAN.:
( , CLEARFIELD, PA. "
WEDNKSDAT MORNINO, APRIL 8, H?.
. ' , INTERESTING! EXAMINATION.
-.Tbo. tTnibntown (Pa.) American
Standard, after giving an account of
tin planting of sundry trees at the
grave of (Jon. Braudock, in Farclto
county, Pennsylvania, adds the follow
ing interesting hisloricul skotck of
events and incidents conneotod witb
fir&ddock's expedition and death, and
the customs or that period : '
In connection with Braddock'sgravo,
we cannot resist the temptation to
sivu dijiuu uioiuriuui iiiciuuiits uurivvu
iromtbellon. Andrew Stewart. About
tho year 1802 Air. Stewart's falhor
lived about two miles East of Brad
dock's gravo, on what Iscallod "Brad
dock'H Old Jtoad" tho old military
road. Buing supervisor of roads, he
wont with some hands to rcpuir
mo ronci,1 taking ' with liim Mr.
Stewart then a boy ten or twolve
years of sgo. . While the men woro at
work on the east bank of Braddock's
Uun, Thomas Kaucotto, (born in 1712,
and died in 1810, aged 104 years, and
who was with Braddock's army at the
lime oi nis uoteat anu.uontli ), an old
mountain huntor, then living on tho
road less than a mile oast of Brad
dock's gravo, in a cabin, some of the
ruins ot which are still visible, came
along, witb his rifle on bis sholuder, a
hunting knife in his bolt, dressed in a
lilue bunting shirt, bearskin cap, and
buckskin pants, standing straight as
an arrow, about sit feet lour inches in
Lis moccasins. Faucotte said : "Tako
oaro, men, or vou will dig up Brad
dock's bones. "Ye buriod him where
he died, right on tho bank of tho run.
We dug away the bank, and drove the
baggngo-wagons ovor tho gravo, so
the enemy could not find the gravo.
I will show you the spot. Tho water
has washed down nearly to tho bonos.
Dig down hero a foot or two and you
will find them." Tho men did so and
found the bones.
' "Braddock," said Faucotte to the
workmen, "was a bravo man, but to
save his men I shot him."
"Why so?" was asked.
. - "I will toll you. My brother Joo
and I were fighting behind treos when
B ruddock came riding along and struck
Joo, saying, "You coward, stand out
and fight like a man." Considering
him our worst enemy, I turned around
and shot him instead of an Indian.
When Washington took command of
us bo told as to tree. Wo did so, and
Jthe romant of us woro saved."
In confirmation of Faucelte's story,
history says that it was thought at the
timo that Braddock wus shut by ono
of his own mon, and it was upon this
occasion that Braddouk, when Wash
ingtoii advised him to lot tho men treo,
"High times, whon a Virginia buck
skin undertakes to tench a British
General how to fight."
Mr. Stewart further says tho bones
were reintcrrcd at the foot of a large
whilo oak tree, except a few which his
father took home, and afterward sent
ty some Westorn merchants, going
Last, with directions to put them in
tho Museum at Philadelphia. Tho
morchants, Mr. 'Stewart says, then
traveled in companies, armed with
pistols, to protect their money, con
fisting of Spanish dollars. Kach pack
liorse carried two or tbreo thousand
.dollars in small bags. Tho merchants
would carry back on the small horses,
iron, salt, and other merchandise, for
the supply of the WeBtern people, tho
-whole in a year amounting to porlmps
not much more than one "iron horso"
now takes over the mountains in a
single train." Sluvcs from Virginia
wcro driven through Uniontown in
thnno days corraled together like
tiorscs, lor the Western market. This
may soom strange to yoang ears, but
there aro many old persons still living
who witnessed It. .
An Eventful Life,
In the lower shops of tho Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company, in this city,
is employed an individual, a painter
by trudo, who has experienced as many
changes in thU strange life as gener
ally fall to the lot of man, and which
wo condense for publication. Hograd-
ualed with high honor at Jefferson
College and subsequently assisted In
the building of tho first railroads in
Illinois and Upper Canada. Six
months of his lite woro spent with the
Huron Indians on tho Mon to Islands,
in tho Goorgiun Bay. Ho has boen
tho editor and propnotor of two week
ly papers, and tho editor of throo others
"two ot them daily." Ho was a
captain under Gcnoral Wra. Walker in
his last fatal expedition to Nicaragua,
on which occusion he was captured
with his commander and was tried
And condemned to be shot, but subse
quently mado his oacnpo, and after
wandering, for three months in tho
forests, succoeded in roturning safely
to this county.
At the breaking out of the Into oivil
war ho was commissioned a Lieuten
ant Colonel by Secretary of War,
Cameron, and assigned to the Bluff of
Major tionorul McLollum, of the Con
struction Corps. By this Inllor officer
io was assigned to General Shormun's
department whoro ho gave enliro sat
isfaction both to General .Sherman and
Socretary of War, Stanton. At tho
closo of tbo rebellion, in settling his
accounts with tho government for pro
perty passing through his handn, ho
was adjudged a defaulter to the amount
of ovor six hundred thousand dollars,
although he steadfastly maintains thnl
ho has nover wronged the govorninonl
out of a solitary coppor. Altoona
Taking Umhraob at Advice,.- The
New York Tribune, thoroughly posted
ns to tbo corrupt appliances brought
into requisition by the Radical party
in all oloction contests, calls upon tho
Connecticut Republicans to bo honost
in tho ponding ennvass, and not cor
rupt voters, as was tho caso in Now
' llampshiro. At this somo of tho lead
ing Radical journals tako umbrncro.
pnd plainly intimato that the Tribune
hnd better mind its own business.
The N. J. State daztUe, rabidly Radi
cal, snappishly shows its chnurin. bv
saying: "Can t it think of soma olhor
nice plans lor holping the democrats
along?" Could a more unblushinir
admission of gross Radical deslro to
..corrupt tho ballot be cited than this?
fiat that is thoir only road to success.
e em o
Admit that there are opinions In
tho world worthy of respect bosido
jour own, and do away with a great
deal that is diaagrooablo pnd makes
ptnplo dis)iko yog,
0. U Ro.d. j (J 1 1 (JJ!i. J ''"
' ' CLBA 11 FIELD '
rpiIE proprietors reipootfully Inform the clllst nsj
or Clearfield county, that they hare entirely
refitted this establishment with the latestlmproved
wood-working machinery, uj .re now prepared
lo execute all orders In their line of business.
They will (In especial attention to too mnnufae-
tnre of material for house building, men at
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
brackets ft .noiLin.rcs,
' . Or ALL 8 T Y L B H,
We always hare on hand a large stook of DRT
LUMBER, and wiU par oaih for all clear Lumber.
One-and-a-half Inch panel atuft preferred. . ,
Lumber' Manufactured to Order,
Or exchanged, to suit customers.
B0rders solicited, and Lumber furnished on
short sotloe and on reasonable terms.
REED A POWELL.
Clearfield, March I, IS71
grjj oods, (Grorrtrs, gtc
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,...W. W. SSTTS.
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WEAVER A 1IKTTS
Are offering, tit the old ilmnd of Q.L. Rood A Co,
thflr itoek of (uodt, oomiitlng of
DRY - GOODS, GROCEKIES,
UATS I CAPS, IIARDWAItB,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &o., &o.,
At tho toovt reuontble rstoi for CAS 11 or In
Square Timber, Boards, Shingles,
OR COUNTRY TRODUCB.
JrAdvsMMjei mftJe to Miose enggrd Id get
ting oat quart tlmbor oa the moit advanUgroui
termi. Janaarv 5, 1870.
X. B AIMOI.O V. ROII ARTinORIt,
"Cheaper than the Cheapest !"
GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES
jvtr naciiTBD t
Arnold . A IlartNliorn,
(One door west of First Rational Beak,)
tl'im ENSVII.LE, PA.
nAVINQ just retnrned from tho oast with a
osnpleto assortment of Goods suitable for
Fprlng and Summer trade, wa are now readj
toTurnish all kinds of Qoods
"Cheaper than the Cheapest!"
And after thanking onr customers for their
liberal pa'josege during tho past year, we
would most reiieotfullj ask for a oontinuanea
of the same.
Our Stock tourists of complete assortment
of Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware, Quoonswaro,
Wlllowware, Groceries, Boots Shoes, Hats A
Caps, Clothing, Tohaceos, Ao. Also, Flour,
Bacon, Ball, Fish, Grain, ote.
All of which will he told on the most reason
able terms, and the highest market price paid
for Grain, Wool and all kinds of Lumber end
llPleaee giro us eall before purchasing
elsewhere. Satisfaction guaranteed as to price
ARNOLD A HARTSnORK,
Comer ef Hals and Thompson Streets,
eprJO CURWENSVILLE, PA.
pEACE IN EUROPE!
IN FRENCHVILLE I
The bloody oonteit btween Franeo end PrunU
U at an end for the prwnt, eo far m tha eUnich
terinf ef nsn and the dwntrnetlon of p roper tj (p
concerned. The Rn.val Junnleri no doulit pride
themiielrei and rpjoloe nrer the raaolt, but bnw
infigniflnant ii their work wbea compered with
the bnmane and ohrmten effort or
L. M. COUDRIET,
who hat nndertnken to inpply all the ettUooi In
the lower end of the eounty with food and raiment
at excordinjc low ratei from nil tnuinmoth ilore In
MULHONHUHU, where be enn alwnjrs he found
reedy to wait upon eall en and euppl them witb
Dry Goods of nil Kinds,
Such m C'lothf, Ffttlnctti, Caiitmerei, Muallni,
iJelninei, Linen. lrllling, Cnlieoeip
Triininingi, Ribbouf, Lace,
Readjf-tr.ido Clothing, Itootn and Phoci, MitU and
Cane all of the beet material and mail to ordr
Uute, Hooke. Uloree, Mitteni, Laces, Uibboni, Ao.
GROCKHlBfl OF ALL KINDS.
CoITt!, Ten, Rugnr, Rife, HMom!, FIfH, Salt,
Pork, Llmeed Oil. Fish Oil( Carbon Oil.
Hardware, Quwnnware, Tinware, Captlnga, PIowp
and Plow Catinge. Naile, Hpikri, Corn Cultlva
inn, Cider l'reifee, and all kindi of Axei,
Perfumer, Paints. VamUh, Glass, and a general
assortment of Stationery,
0 0 01) FLOUR,
Of different brands, always on hand, and will be
old at the lowest possible figures.
LIQUORS, snrh as Rramlr, Wine, flln, Whisky,
Jajne'i WeHolnes, Hn-itetter'l and
6000 pounds of Wool wanted for whloh the
highest price will be paid. Clovrrveed on band
and for sale at the lowest market price.
Also, Agnt for fltrattonirtlle and Curwenivllle
IV-Cell and see for ynnrestrei. To will And
everything usually kept 1b a retail store.
L, M. COUDRIBT.
Frenohftlle P. 0., March 1, 1H7I.
TIIH DEMOCRATIC ALMANAC for IMA
I'll and IMA for sale at the Post Offloe.
Prloa It cents. Mailed lo any address.
Wo have printed a large nufnlmr of the new
rUR UII.L, and will on tbo receipt of twenty
Ova osuts, uiiiil a ajy to anr addref. nyW
Jirugs and J&t<tott.
rpilB IATEIT MOVBt
i! ( :' 'I $ i.' V f - M i" '
TnE LATEST MOVE!
HARTSWICK & IRWIN'S
DRUG STORE, ,,.
To their new building on Second Street, nearly
opposite the store of Wearer A Betts,
Whore tber will contlaue to supply their old and
as many new customer! as may oome, with
PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS, '
(Including all new remedies,)
Patent Medicines, Paints and Oils, Glass and
i'utty, Bcnool hooks, niaunncry, j aper,
Ac; alio, a full line of Drug
girts' Sundries, Hair
Cosmetics, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Bruahes,
Toilet Heaps, rocket Books, c, all oi
the best quality.
PURE WWES AND LIQUORS,
for mtdlcal A sacramental purposes only, '
PuroKThlto Lead, Colors of all kinds, Raw and
Boiled Linseed Oil, Varniehre, Turpeo.
lino, Coal Oil, Paint A Varnish
Confectioneries, Bird Seed, Spice, ground and
A I, L!.l-
, UDgrounu, oi ail lutui.
SMOKERS AND CIIEWEUS
Will And our stock of Chewins;
and 8mokina Tobacco. Imnorti-d and Do-
nostie Cigars, Hnun and Fine-eut to bo of tbe
very best brantle tn tne market.
LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS,
All kinds of GLASS WARE,
and Musical Trimmings of every variety.
Havlnt a lonf ciperleaco In the business, and
an .xteiuive and wi-ll seleotcd stock of medicines,
we are enabled to til Physicians' prescriptions at
the shortcut notice and on the most reasonable
torins, day and night.
HARTSWICK A IRWIN.
Clearneld, Pa, Maj 91, IHJI-lf.
P. T. I.
"For thy Stomach's Sake and thine
other Infirmities." St. Paul.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A safe, purs, pleasant and health-giving Toale-
strletly regetabl and manufactured from
the most pure and eboleo materials is not a spirit
drink nor substitute for whisky, but a oolentlto
compound, for tho protection of the system and
the euro of disease, mado from ohemically pure
spirits, entirely free from fusil oil or other Irrita
ting properties, and will not disagree or offend the
must delicate stomach. A long private experi
ence has attested it.
Superiority over all Ordinary Remedies.
No Bitters at present offered to the public
oontalns so much medicinal virtue, and yet so safo
and pleasant to take. Its ue Is to euro disease,
and It will wot create an appetite for spirituous
liquors, but will euro the affects of dissipation.
To increase tbe Appetite, I'SE IT.
To promote Digestion, USE IT.
To oure Dyspepsia, Lr8B IT.
To ours Fever and Ague, I'BB IT.
To euro nilliousncss, USE IT.
To our. Constipation, , CBE IT.
To core Chronle Dlerrhoaa, I'SB IT.
To cure Heart-bum, USE IT.
To euro FlatulntM, I'SE IT.
To euro Aeid Kractatlens, USE IT.
To cur. Nervous Debility, USE IT.
To oure Itydochondrla, USE IT.
To euro Sallownee. of Complexion, USE IT.
To oure Pimples and Olotohes, USB IT.
For Osneral Prostration of the
Physical powers, USE IT,
and it will euro you.
Bold .very where, at $1.0 por bottle, Manu
factured exclusivity by '
A. I. S HAW,
Who offers liberal Inducements to the trade.
Oct. J7, 1S'J:tf.
Liilliersburg Marble Yard J
rpilR ifuliscrther respectfully announces to this
I community and the ptiMlo generally that he
in now extensively enRnjred in the manufnntiirc of
Monnnt-nts, He-.il and Foot Hlonci, Htsnd, Table
and liutrnu Tops, cUi, No holier tribute can be
peid toadeofascd relet I re or friend than therroe-
tlon or an ennunnj( tine as a witness to unborn
generations where they have In Id him or her.
I have enKnjrrd Mr. Jchn W. Ualmgan as my
ngrnt to sll. and to whose workmanship and skill
many can hear witness. Order solicited and
promptly filled. Work delivered wherererd.lrd.
R. H. HOOUU.
Lnthersburf. Koiember 20, 1870
A IIANDSOMR MOUSTACHE!
I. Prof itt. Croix's FRENCH CnMPOI'ND,
MOUSTACHE I the great Hair Grower, will pro.
W IIIHKI:RH I dnoe a luinrlant Mouslacheor
MOHHTACIIB Whiskers oa tho smoothest faoa.
WHIHKKIIH I Pleasant to use. Sent to any
. address on receipt of 6. eents.
II. T. BOND, Chemist,
N. S. eor. Tenth and Chestnut Streets,
llin l'l'EI OF TIMOTHY EKED
ltJ and 100 bunhels of CLOVER SKEl)
fur sale at tiio Comer Slnro, bv
R. A. A W. D. IRVIN.
Cnrwensrlllo, P7 Feb. M; 17, '
ti iRoofls, rorU, (git.
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DEALERS IN ,
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: CURWENSVILLE, PA
ARB offering, at thslr new Store House, a
complete stoek of NEW UOODB, of all
Dry Goods and Groceries,
BOOTS b SHOES,
" oLoriiiya, dc.
IN LARUE VARIETY. ' -
Always on hand and for sale at a small
ROPE, In large quantities, sold low byooll; also,
TULLEY IILOCKS, SMALL ROPE
On. hundred eases of
ATWATEH'8 ELM IRA BOOTS,
for sal. by the cas. at wholesale rates.
Received by oar load .-
and sold at small advanoo.
TURNERS, of all kinds, IIORPE COLLARS
and I1AMKS, IIOKSB IILANEETS,
Bt'PFALO ROUES, Ac.
Also, on aalo Urst olas. two horse WAUONi',
TWIN SLEDS, LOO SLEDS, and
SLEW IIS. '
Special Inducements offered to those getting
out Square Timber end Logs, as w. deal largiiy
in Lumbermen's Supplies, and are prepared at all
times to purchase Timber, Logs and Lumber.
Curwensville, November 15, ISil.
How to Hnve jflonoy.
TH Ktlmea are hard ; you'd like to know
How you may eave'your dollars)
The way to do it I will show,
If you will read what follows. . .
A men who lived not far from here,
Who worked bald at his trade, '
But had a household to support
Thai squandered all bo made.
I met him once. Says ha, "My friend,
I look threadbare and rough,
I've tried to get myself a suit, - )
But can't save up enough."
Says I, my friend, how much kav. you!
I'll tell you where to go
To get a cult that's sound and aheap t
To REUENSIEIN A Co.
H. took what lltll. hs had raved,
And want to R.iseosteln A Brothers'
And tbsr. h. got a kandsom. suit,
For half hs paid to oth.rs. '
How h. la horn., hs looks to wall, :
And th.tr .ff.ot I. sueh,
That whon they tax. th.lr daily meal,
They don't eat half as much. -
And now he (nds en Saturday night, '
With all their wante supplied.
That h. has money left to spend, .
And soma to lay aside.
His good success, with eh.erful smll.f
Ha gladly tells to all.
If you'd sav. money, go and buy
Your elotbes at I
REIZBNSTEIN'S CLOTHING BILL
Whero the cheaper, finest and host Clo king
and good Furnl.bing Qoods can bo had to suit
every taste and in orory stylo. aprfl,7v
MARBLE AM) STOVE YAH I)!
Mia. S. S. LIDDELL,
Having engaged In tho Marble business, desires
to Inform her friends and ih. public that she has
now and will keep eonstantlyoa hand a larg. and
well selected stock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLE, and Is prepared to furnish to order
BOS AND CRADLE TOMBS,
Curbs and Posts for Cemetery Lots, Window
Sills and Caps, also,
BUREAU, TABLE AND WASH STAND
TOPS, Ac, A a.
Verd on Rord straet, near tha 11, R. Drii,t,
ClrarnYld, I'a. j.-7,7l
H A I. i: N,
"KKl!o Barrows, Wartihons. Trucks, Copying
Presses, Improved Mnncy Drawer, Ao.
ron salb ar '
II. F. BIGLEIt & CO.,
Dealer. In Hardware, ,
mch.10:TO If Second Street, Clearneld, Pa.
JOHN TROlTM A N,
" Dealer In all kinds of
Ono door oast Allegheny House,
anglo'M CLEARFIELD, PA.
Twenty-one Horses for Snip!
TUB undernlrnrd offers for sale TWENTY
ONB FIRST CLASS 1IORHKS, in good
condition. Principally mrge,stmng Horses, suit
able for any kind of heavy work. Pnrchasers
will find It to their Interest to examine them b
fare purchasing elsewhere. Inquiries anawwad
by addressing PETSR HcOKDROK, ,
reb, 14. 1H7I. nrr8cld, !.
, TSa ZS02TSXDSS
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TIN AND STOVE STORE 1
G. S. FLEGAL,
PhllipoTjurff, Coatra County, Fa.
THB undersigned respectfully annoances to
th. publlo that ho ha. oa hand a ear.-fully-selected
and well assorted stock of
STOVES, II HATERS, JtANGES,
j"."" HOLLOW WAKE ! ;
TIN, COrPER AND SUEET-IRON
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE!
HI. stock of Cooking Stores eoaslstt .(
HIE CELEBRATED IRONSIDES,
Which hare never failed to bring peace and
prosperliv into lamtit.i wn.ro It Is assd,
Diamond Stabs, Farmer, Herald. Charm, Spears'
California Cook Stove, Spears' Anti-Dust,
Oaa-Burnlng Cooking Stoves, Victor,
Rsllanoe and Union Ranges,
Spears' Cooking Hanges,
i Sk fk Tin anil Sheet t.n. marm .1... i -L
the Stoves is made of the hsavloat and best
material, anu nnriuvu .v give pene.l satis
His Stock of Parlor & floating Stoves
la larger, bettor and oheapor than orer befers
- exhibited to tne punne eoasisting or
Spears' Rsrolvlng Light Illuminating Stove,
Spears' Orbicular .(las-Burning Parlor
Stove, Spears' Ges-Bun.ing Parlor
Store, Boquet, Peart, Oem, Ida, j .
Suit, Tropio, Nevada, t
Vulcan. Elm and Victor Heaters, Spears' Re
rolvlng Light Heater..
He I. also prepared to famish a complete
Tin, Coppor, Sheet-Iron, Wooden and
' "Willow Ware, &o,'
Wholesale or retail, manufactured neatly and
with th sole view to service, from the best ma
terial In (hs mark.t.
PLOWS A PLOW POINTS. COPPER, BRASS,
PORCELAIN, TIN-LINED, SPUN A
COMMON IRON KETTLES,
Of every description constantly on hand.
ORDERS FOR SrOUTlNO, ROOFI.VU
And other work belonging to his business will
be promptly Ailed by experienced and skillful
mugs. corrER, old metal, rags
Taken In exchange for foods.
gtAr-no especially Invite, th. attention of
M.rcbants wisnlng to purebaae at woolesale, as
they will Ind It lo their advantage to examine
his stock before purchaalag elsewhere.'
Look out for the Big Sign opposite the resi
dence of Mrs. Dr. Poster.
All Goods Whbshtid as RxraasaiiiD.
C. H. FLEGAL.
Pblllpsbvrg, June S, llfO. nugA US
MOSHANNON LAND & LUMBER CO.,
OSCEOLA STEAM MILL8,
LUMBER, LATH, AND TICKETS.
II. IT. SIIILLINOFORD, President,
OKIco Forest Plaoo, No. Ill 8. eth at, Phil's.
JOHN LAWSHH, General Sup'U.
Osoeola Mills, Clearneld county. Pa.
LAXD AD LIMBER COMPANY
"" ' OFFER ' ' ; '
I N I U C E M E NTN
Purchasers of Choice Goods
.New Cabinet !
MOSHANNON LAND AND LUMBER COM
PANY olTrr fur fitle Town LoU In the bor
ou'h of Oupfoln, CltroVtd poanty, and a1o
loti to full parchurri untitl the limits of Mid
borough. OiwroU li fitUKted n tho MophMiooii
Otk, In th rich rut jinrtlon nf tho eountr of
Clir?ll, on tht lino or tho Tjmn A Olorflld
hnilnmd, wboro Iho Movhonnon and Dotrertoti
branch road InUneoi. It Ii alfto In tho bfart of
tho Mowhftnnon eooi btvtin, and largo bodita of
whits plno, hotnlork, oak, and othr timber mir
rmind It Ona of the largR lumber nanoiMtnr
Ing oitahllihmcnti In tha State Ii looatfd In tbe
town, while tho re ara many other J urn her and
ehingl? mllhi aroand it. Tho town la bat -eo
ji-arp old, and oontalui a population of ona thou
g hfid Inhabltanta.
."For further Inform a Hon ipply at tho offloe
tbe above euaipanv.
- - ' JWHN IaAWMUK,
4:T0 Grimal iSuperintendont.
l'tfore taking TowJero, Alwr taking Towdrrs.
SHAWM IMPkTTvV;!) CONDITION
roWDKHH. Vnrfiil In obatinata eeeoe of
I'ittcmper, Cuugh, Guide, Bote, Karoy, titiTe
n''i. .Hoiijrhneie of tho Hkin, and Htopimge of
Water, tirrap, Hwelled I .eg and Inducma an
be rdiovrd, and aomctimre oitrvd. by the me of
tlie Powder. They will not inttrlera with tbe
dally work of the II or, and oan be gtren lo cat
lle with eounl advantage.
Put np by A. I. HilAW, Drugglit and Apothe
cary, t'lcrtrflrlil, Pa.
lSnrMtttitir 8, H7I. 8tdd eTorywh?ra.
Lime for Sale I
TIIR inderelgned, r Hiding near tho depot hai
mada aotnpleto ftrrangetnenti with Li tne
lltirnare oaet of tbo mountain whereby bo Is ena
bled to keep eonetantly on band a largo quantity of
which he offers to farmers and builders et a Irllls
above ooat. Those In need ef the article would do
well to give me a oall, or address me by letter, be
fore negotiating their Ume.
UKO. 0. PAS8M0RB.
Clearfield, Tfc, June (, MUD.
House & Lot for Sale or Rent !
rPHB undersigned offer, lor sal. or rent, upon
.1. reasonable terms, a two story dwelling, lot
and stable, In Bloomington. Phs township. Far
terms, Ac, spply lo LEWIS I. BL00N.
Jauuary Id, INTJ If, '
B O OK S
' . t. . . , :' (i .
" WniCH HAVB ALWAYS
' I .. .... .... , . ...
G I Y K N
BATISFACT OS DXBETOFORB, WILL HI
DISPOSED OF IN 8UCII -
' A W AY
AS TO PLBASB 0 R FRIENDS AND CUB
THB FINEST ASSORTMENT OP HOLIDAY
GOODS BUCn AS
--- AMD OTHER. .-
BVER OFFERED TO.THE CITIZENS
OF THIS PLACB!
NOW ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALS AT
PUBLISHERS' A MANUFACTURERS'
PRICES, AT THB
Clearneld, Deo. 14, 1170.
ELLIKO OFF AT COSTI
Th. largest stork.. f
T V Jl Hf I T V R E
ever offered In CLEARFIELD I
At the STEAM CABINET SHOP.oomer Market
and Filth Streets, CLEARFIELD, PA.
The undersigned would announce to the pnhlle
that he has oa band and Is now offering ebea-p for
cash, tbo largest stoek of Furniture eves in store
in this county, consisting tl
Upholstered Parlor Sails,
Chamber Setts, , Extension Tables,
SeoreUriea, Book Cases,
Spring Beds and Mattressro,
Lounge. and Boaouea,
Plain A Marble Top Tables A Bureaux,
Cane Scat and Common Chairs,
Reciting Chairs, Looking Glasses,
Window Shades, Picture Frames,
Cords and Tassels, Ac.
lis also mannfaeftaraa and keeps on hand Pat
ent hpring Beds, tbe beet ever invented. No
family should be without them. Any kind of
goods not on band can be bad on short notice.
I pholstoriug and repairing neatly executed.
COFFINS,. ell u.u h. hut ua a half,
hours' notice, and at tbe lowest prices. A deduc
tion of 30 per eenU made for eah.
METALLIC CASES, or Rosewood, Walaut and
Cherry CoOins, with glass or wood tops, furnished
on nve nours notice.
Personal altcedaaoo with hearse, on funeral
ooeaeiusis, and oamsgc furnisbod when desired.
Thanking the nubile for past favors, and bv
strict personal attention to business, i hope to
receive a continuance oi tne same.
Remember the place the Steam Cabinet Shop.
comer oi xsaraet aaa r utn streets.
It. B. TAYLOR'S
LIME AND-COAL YARD,
(Near tho Railroad Depot.)
IEMHRACK this method of informing tbe
tublie, that I bare opened nit a yard for tho
m lo of wood ot ooal-burnt LI M K and Anthracite
COAL, in tho borough of Clearfield, and bare
completed arrangement with eattero dealers by
wnirn i can keep a luiteuppiyoonfiantiyon nana,
whirh will bo di'poeed of at reaaoneble ratea, by
the tun. bushel or oar load, to sait parraeers.
Those at a d Ufa nee eaa addroee nw by letter, and
obtain ail baoessary information by return mail.
H. B. TAVLOil.
Clearfield Pa., Feb. 14, 18oi-if
Tho CloarfieU Ezoelstor Canthook will not
wear put or break, being eon it r acted with one
solid band from clip to point
It ts pronounced by all practical lumbermen
who hara examined It to be tho most perfect
Canthook aver Inrentod.
Amos Kennard, Patentee,
Manufactured by Amos Kinkard k Co., at
. ' CLEARFIELD, PA.
pfrk orders promptly attended to. n2S'70
DREXEL & CO.,
No. t South Third Street. Philadelphia
And Dealors In Government Securities.
Aifltoatlou by mall will reeeive prompt atten
tion, and all Information cheerfully furnl.hed.
Orders Mlloted. April II If.
R H E D OIJTI
BELL'S lU'N WOOLEN FACTOBY,
Penn township, Clearfield Co., Pa.
The subscribers are, at great expense, rebuild
ing, and In a few days will bare completed, a
neighborhood nroessity. In the erection of a first
class Woolen Alanulaolory, with all the moiiera
improvements attached, and are prepared to make
all kinds of Cloths, t'asslmeres, rUtlnetls, Blan
kets, Flunnels, Ac. Plenty of goods on hsnd to
supply all onr old and a thousand n.w customers,
whom we ask to come and examine uur stock.
Tbe business of (
CARDIXn AND FIILLIN'U
will receive espoclal attention. Our new mill will
he ready by wool-carding season, therefore there
need he no hesitation on that score. Proper
arrangements will he made to receive and deliver
Wool, tn snit customers. All work warranted and
done upon the shortnet noliee, and by strict atten
tion to business we hope to realise a liberal share
ef publlo patronage.
lO.IMMl POUNDS WOOL WANTED I
Ws will pay the highest market price for Wool
and sell our manufactured goods as low ae similar
goods can he bought in the county, and whenever
we fail to render reasonable satisfaction we oan
always be found at home ready to mske proper
explanation, either In person or by letter.
' JAMBS JOHNSON A SONS,
aprilifttr Qrampian Hills P. 0.
T ANTIini MM.wow No. I ta-lnnh Shaved
S H I .MILES, for which th. highest market
price will be paid. P. tlALl.AUHKH,
PJoutidale, Feb, 1, le2 1)0
BIGLER, YOUNG & CO.,
(Sucosisors to Boynton A Young,)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
PORTABLE i STATIONARY
Cornsr of Fourth and Pine Streets, ,
HA VINO engaged In the manufacture of first
class MACHINERY, ws respectfully Inform
the publlo that we are now prepared to til all
orders as elieapV T-rMr - t
im mmj f the oltlos. We manufacture and deal in
Malay and Circular Saw-Mills
Head Blocks, Water Wheels, Shafting Pulleys,
Gilford's Injector, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles,
Oilers, Tallow Cnps, Oil Cups, Gauge Cooks, Air
Cocks, Olobe Valves, Check Valves, wrought iron
Pipes, S'.eam Pumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Anti
Friction Metres, Soap Stone Packing, Gum Pack
ing, and all kinds of MILL WORK; thither
with Plows, Sled Soles,
COOK AND PA RLOR STO YES,
and other CASTINGS of all kinds.
k JC-ff-Ordcrs solicited and tiled at city prices.
All letters of Inquiry with reference to machinery
of our manufacture promptly answered, by addrea
ing ns at Clcarield, Pa.
doejno-tf BIOLER. TOUNO A CO.
J O S A D A L I S
T11K IVOrtKMKNTS THAT COM
POK HOSAUAI.IS are published on
Tory package, therefore it Is not a secret
PIIYSICIAX8 PRESCBIBB IT.
It is a eertain oure for Scrofula, Syphilis
in all its forms, Kbeumatism. Fkia iris-
eases, Llrer Complaint and all diseases of
0XE BOTTLE OF KOSADALIS
will do more good than ten bottles of the
syrups or earsapanlla.
TUB VXDERSIUNED P11YSICIAXS
hare used Rosadulia In their practiee for
the past three years, and freely endone it
as a reliable Altorativ. and Blood Purincr.
Pit. T. C. PCGII, of Baltimore.
DR. T. J. BOYKIS, "
IR. R. W. CARR,
Ml. F. 0. DASSKLtT. "
Ill. J. 8. FPARKS. of NicholosTille, Ky.
V II. 4. U. 01(1 AKIIIA, iolurnbia. H. (J.
UK. A. B. JiOUl.t.-t, Kdgeoouib, N. C.
TSED AKD ENDORSED BY
J. B. FREXrn A ROKfl, Fall Riror.Uass.
r. e.PHi in, .lackson, Mtch.
V U'llUUI L'll
I n. r. nnr.Di.nn, ijt.S, UOie.
. I B. I1AI.I,, Lima, Ohio.
A rnit'Kii A i n i.i...iu. xr.
SA.M1 hL U. McFADDKX, Uurfreosboro,
Our space will not allow of anr extend
ed rrmaras In relation to the rlrtuea of
T Hoeedslls. To the Medical Pn.fessiou we
B guarantee a Fluid Extract superior to anr
tbey have ever weed In the treatment of
disrated Wood ; and to the afflicted we say
try Koaadalis, and yea will be restored to
u . ... .1-1: . I. ... u l. . r. i
..'-on.. .,. vj urHggirie
we, pnee a l. so per not lie. Address
J DR. Cl.EMFNTS t CO..
Aug. 1, 1871. -ly. UiLTiuonu, Wo,
For sale by A. I. 8haw, Clearneld, Pa.
"VHTICI'V-tlaTlng purchamd the interest of
XI J. A. Jilattenherger, r.itq., In the business
neretolore carried on under tbe Ann name of J. A.
olattenberger A lo.. tbe same will be conducted
hereafter under tbe name of Moshaonon Land and
Larmier Company. (More.)
U. H. RIIILL1XGFOKD, JOIIX LA1Y8IIB,
mjau rreaiuenl. Ueneral Hup't
SAWS! SAWS! SAWS!
DISTAX'S CROSS-CUT, MILL, DRAG AND
Boynton's Lightning Oross-cut Saw,
PATEXT PERFORATED A ELECTRIC SAWS,
For sale by
octU.ro ' II. F. BIULER A CO.
H. FN AUGLE
CLOCK AXD WATCH MAKER,
orrosit. vn. . S5ft,-wx xUMit mitt
post office jxikc2!)cLtAB. field
TUB subscriber respectfully Inform, his old
pstrons and the public generally, that he
has no hand, (and Is constantly receiving new
addition, th.reto,) a large stock of
OlockB, Watches and Jewelry,
I keep Jewelry In all Its forma and of
ainereat values, etiner by Ike piece or net.
WATCHES A full arsortasnl ef either Hold
or Silver, mad. by th. best Aw.iieaa and for
elgn manufaeiurere, Including, flne lot of gold
and silver hunting ease, full Jeweled, Patent
CLOCKS Of all designs, consisting of tight,
day and thlrtv hour, of either weight, spring or
lever., and both atrlk. and alarm.
REPAIRING. All kinds of Watches and
Clocks Repaired, and warranted.
In addition to what I have .numerated, I keep
a full assortment of SPECTACLES, colored and
plain glass. Also, 001,0 PENS and PRNCILS.
SPOONS, FORK, BL'TTKK KMVBS, end in
fact everything in the Jewelry line. Jf I fail to
have on hand just what a customer may need, I
will order per first express, without extra ehargo.
A liberal share of public patronage Is solicited.
May T, lht-y II. t. NAUULB.
THE undersigned hegs leave to inform the pub
lie that he Is now fullv Prepared tn aeeoiiimo.
date all tn the way of furnishing Horses, Buggies,
Saddles and Harness, on the shortest notioe and
oa reasonable terms. Residence oa Locust street,
oeiwecu iniru anti rourtn.
(IEO. W. QRARI1ART.
Tleartleld, April 11, 1rlT.
Z. C. McCULLOUGH, Auctioneer.
H AVISO opened Awetlna Rooms In Clearneld,
Pa, I would respeotlully Inform merchants
and manufacturers that I am prepared lo sell all
hinds of merehsndlseononmmission at reosonabre
terms. Hays of sale will be announced by posters
jKO-Hooins on Market street, nest door to new
J"0 E. C. McCTLLOi'on.
PINK, WniTB A ROAR LtNINO SKINS
Jasl received ii for sals by
A it'll M. IM. ' p. t. PIULKR A CO.
. " "''' '-mi.tiJ4 " '-'S
m if . .. ft--':-- "jti'Jf-r.
Clearfield County Bank.
rpllE Clsarlleld County Bank at an Ineorporg
I ted Institution has gene out of eaisuee. k.
the surrenderor It. (barter, est May I, g
All lie slock la owned by the subscribers, wbo
will eonttuue the Banking butlncas at th. same
place, a. ptlvat. Banker., under lb. firm asm.
of the "Clearfield County Bank." W. ar. re.
sponsible tor in. ueois oi in. nam,) 'will pay
Its notes on demand at the eon.ter.' isoposit.
received and Interest paid when money Is lefl for
a (x.d lime. Paper discounted .1 six peresnt,
as heretofore. Our personal responslblllti ,
pledged ror nil vefosiis reoeiveo .no bustnss.
tran.icted. A continuance of tbe liberal pit.
ronage of the bnsln.ss men of the eounty Is re
spectfully solicited. As President, Cashlsr and
oOceri of the late Clcarield County Bank, we
require tbe notes of laid Bank lo be presented
JAS. T. LKONABD; RICHABD FflAW,
WM. rUKTKH, JAB. II. (IHAilAM,
A. K. WKIUIIT, O. L. HEED,
WM. A. WALLACB.
The business ef the Bank will be conducted ly
John At- Adams., Esq., as Cashier. 'ti l !1
County National Bank,
OF CLEARFIELD, PA.
ROOM In Masonic BulMiug, one door north of
C. D. Watson's Drug Store.
Passage Tickets to snd from Liverpool, Queens
town, tllnsgow, London, Paris and Copenhagen.
Alro, Drafts for sale on the Royal Bank of Ireland
and Imperial Bank of London.
JA.MKS T. LEOXAIiD, Pree't.
W. M. FITAW, Cashier. tl:l:71
J. D. M OIrk. Edward Perks,-
BANKIIfG & COLLECTION HOUSE
McGirk & perks.
Successors to Foster, Psrks, A Co.,
Phlllpaburg, Centre County, Pg. -
TITHERB all the business of Banking Hons .
f wil1 oe transacted promptly and upon th.
most furore. ile term a mar7-tf
GREAT EXCITEMENT AT
rVERVBODT trying to get there firat, for fear
J of being crowded ont into tbe cold.
If ycu want good Shoeing done, go to Baxnst
If you want your Sleds Ironed right, go to Baaaa.
If you want good Mill Irons, go to Bnaaa.
If you want your wagon iroasd In the beat
style and workmanship, go to fixsns.
Bnaaa snakes the best Hnmp'Macblne in the
State, and doei. all kinds of BLACKSMITH 1X0
aa cheep as ran be dose In tbe eounty for Cash.
My Post Once addrss. I. Clearfield, Pa.
Boggs Tp., D... 19, 1667-tf.
D1SIRES lo inform his eld friends and ens.
tomers, that having enlarged his shop and
increased his facilities for manufacturing, hs ia
now prepared to make to order such Furniiur. asv
may he desired, ia good atyle and at cheap rat.r
for C.'.SU. ui generally bas oa hand, at hie
Furniture rooms, a varied assortment of ready
mad. furxltur., among which are
BUREAUS AND SIDE-BOABDS,
Wardrobes and Book-Caseai Centre, Bora, Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining Extension Tableai Com
mon. French-post, Cottage,Jenny-Lind and other
Bedsteads i 8. fas of all kinds, Work-stands,
list-racks, Wash-stands; Rocking and Arm
Cneira i spring-seat, eane-bottom, parlor, com
mon and other Chairs; Looking-Glasses of every
description on hand : and new glasses for eld
frnuice, which will b. pyt In on v.ry r.asooabl.
terms on shortest nolle. He also keeps on hand
or furnishea to order, Cora-husk, Hslr and Cot-toa-top
Coffins of Evert Kind
Made to order, and fenerals attended with a
Hearse whenever desired. Also, Hours Paiating
done to order. The subaeriber also maoatee
turea, ai d ha. constantly en hand, Clement's
Patent Washing Machine, the best now in use I
Those using this msrhine nevor need be with
out aleaa elolbeal lie also hae Flyer's Patent
Churn, a superior article. A family using this
Cbuin nsrer aced be without batter I
All the above and many other articles are fur
nished to customers cheap for Ca.a or .xehanged
for approved country produce. Cherry, Meple
Poplar, Llnwood and ether Lumber soluble for
Cabinet work, taken in tichaoge for furniture
Remember the shoe; is oa Market street,
Clearfield, Pa, and noarly opposite the "Old Jew
Store." JOHM OIUCH.
November K, ISfil y
READING FOR ALL 1 1
LOOKS & STATIONERY.
Market St , Clearflrld, (at tha Poet Offlce.)
fpiiE undersigned hegs leave lo announce to
J. the eitlsens of Clearfield and vicinity, that
he has diced up a room aad has just retorted
from the city with a large amount of reading
matter, consisting ia part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Socks,
Blank, Acroaat and Pass Books ef every de
scription Paper and Envelope., French pressed
aoopiatai reus una rrnous uiank, Legal
Pipers, Deeds, Mortgsgea; Judem.nt, Exemp
tion and Promissory note, t White snd Tsreb;
men! Brief, Legal Cap, Record Cap, and Bill Csp,
Sheet, Mnate for either Plane, Flute or V lolls
constantly on band. Any book, or statloosry
desired that I may not have oa hand, will be or
ordered by tret express, and .old at wholesale
or retail to ault customer.. I will else keep
periodical literature, took as Magasin.s, News
papers, aa. p a. nan. in.
UlearQ.ll May T, 1805-tf
Stone-Cutler and Stone-Mason,
ILL execute all work In his line at mod
erate prices and in FIRST-CLASS style
In ALL STYLES. Stone Dressing of .very
description, and all kinds of mason work sea
trarted for in orontof the eonnty. Any persets
wishing to have respectable mason work sad
stone-cutting done, will And II to their interest
to call npon me I would aire inform tbe ps.
He that I ean deliver any quantity or class of
stone desired, as I am Iho owner of a
FIRST-CLASS STONE QUAHRY.
Orders for wsrk eaa he addressed to
ar:j,T Clcarield I'a.
JkEW STOKE AND NEW GOODS
JUS. SI I AW & SON
liar, jusl opened
Ntw Sto, oo Main St.,CLtAgri(LD, 1Y
latelr occupied b Wm, F. 1RWI.V.
Tbclr (lock conai.lt of
LD IH CT CE CD CD IE 3
Gaoriarii of lb boat quality,
Quf.f.nsware, Boots and Shoos
and every article ntceeearT for
Call and examine our itock be for. por-
cbasinf! eteaivhere. May 0. iPuMf.
The Liqhtnina Tamer.
THE noder'lgaed are the sole Agents latslj
eonntv ror th. "North American "LIvesiM
l.lilllTNINU RODS." Tliese are tkeonlyes
rods now la as., and are .edorted by all I"
aelemHe wiea In tbe renntrr.
We hereby notlfv the eltiseee of the eeesV
that wa will pat thaai no a better rod. en Hs
less monsy, then I. .barged by tbe fereilj
agent, wko annnally traverse the eouniy -carry
ef our little cask, never to return.
ENCOURAGE HOME LABOR.
Thnia al.kln 1 I. Reds erected SS
thslr buildings need but address us by l'"''"
eall la person. We will put them np snvwlisn)
la theeeuaty, and warrant th.m. The R "disss
tixtare. eaa he sssa at any llese ev eein.s -
our star.. . II. F. BlULr.lt w
Clearlleld, March SI, 1T0 tl
"1 AUTIt)Nr-AII perso.s are herebyaulleeej
raiosi pnrenasmg or ia mmj " ,
one grnv ana one nay mara, now w.
..r u; u k ... sMiu SowalhiP. s
aam. belong le ae and are snbieet t
llrahamtna, March 17, l,l-3t.