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' ' CLEARFIELD, P. v
WKDNKSDAT HORNINO, MAT I, W.
",'." la Fortune's garden growl a tree,'
u , Aad ell would fain Its fruit possess .
, All mpt, watch It loaglngly i
' The fnilt It bnn ti ealled Bate. . ,
' Tin path to some It roof h aad iteep,
The tree Itself with thorns ! thick I '
Through tangled brashwood some moat creep,
.. Bom climb II aeeyg elhr quiok, , j
It blossoms bright, II blossoms fair,
It'i brilllul bloom th tight athralls
Some fail to reich't for all they dart,
' ' ' , full rip. to tome It easy falls.
' Attracted by iti golden hue,1 '
Attracted by Iti (old and (litter,
' All obstacle! nmi straggle through,
To lad lha fruit alas but lltMr I
Bat molt who ImU Iti fairy flavor,
And to their Hps it fondly press,
, Say Bathing oau surpass tha laror 1
' vffbs freshly-gathered fruit, Suooessl.
AN OLD MAFS ROMANCE.
Joka Tytar Iwtari.tiwp Himlwlloaaoal ky Haary A.
' Wiaa-Aa Old Mia'i Love-Match That Tamed Oat
:. Hiapily. .
It isironorally beld that thero is very
little ot. the romantic clement in the
American Presidency, and not without
roason- lor men to enter the I'rendon
tial office 10 late in life that thev hare
become at matter-of fuct as soap suds
ana auieraiuo; out oxuovornor wise,
of Virginia, in his recently publisded
and very clever volume, "Seven Do
cades of the Union" which well de
serves reading gives an account of
i ivsiuoii. jjiurw ovi'vnu uiurriuru
that Is Very entortaining. Mr. Tyler
became a widower whilo he was l'l-os-idont,
losing a wifo who was a vory
noble woman, a member of tbo well
known family of Christian, in the Old
Dominion, lie was a domestio man,
and a pure man, and n second mar
riage is tlio most natural thing in the
world when a man has boon happy in
a first marriage ; but then it is thought
that a widower should a marry a lady
of experience not unlike bis own.
Mr. Wise snys that he was in Mr. Tyler's
coach, taking a drive with him, In
March, 1844, when he soon discovered
that his friend would talk only of lovo
and ladies. "We had always heard,"
said Mr. Wise, "that on old fool is the
worst of fools in love sickness, and be
showed tho usual signs of its contor
tions into hideous shapos of seeming.
Ho got it out at last, that bo thought
of marriage, and wanted to know our
opinion on the subject. "Wo!!, of
course, you nave sought out and tound
out some honored dame of dignity,
who can bring graoo to the White
Homo and add to your domestio com
fort V 'Oh, no dame, but u sweol
damsel.' 'Who, pray, of damsol de
gree could or should an old President
win?' lie told as; and we uttered
our astonishment by asking, 'Have
you really won her?' He replied,
'yos, and why should I not?' We
answered that be was too far advanc
ed in life to be imprudent in a love
scrape. 'How imprudent ?' be asked.
'Easily j you are not only post the
middle ago,' (he was thon filly four ),
'but you are President of tho United
States, and that is a dazzling dignity,
which may charm a beautiful damsol
more than tho man she marries.'
'Pooh !' i.w cried, cnuckhng mofrily,
'Why, my dear sir, 1 am just full In
my primo !' 'Ah, but has John Y.
Muson never told you about an old
friend of bis, on the South side of the
James, rich and full of acres, calling
bis African waiter, Toney, into coun
cil under the tendur topio of marrying
amiss in bor teens? Toney shook
bis head and said, 'Massn, you think
you can stand dat?' 'Yes, Toney j
why not? She is so swoot, so beauti
ful, that she would make mo riso from
bed of illneBS and weakness to woo
her for a bride; but I am yet strong,
and I can now, as well as ever I could,
make her happy!' 'Yes; but, masxa.'
said Toney, 'you is now in your primo,
ditt's true ; but when she is in her
prime, where den, massa, will your
prime be?' He loughod heartily at
Toney's pbilosophicalobscrvation, but
afterward, in seriousness, said tbat be
longed for the renewal of his domestio
life, and had been fairly caught by tho
flame of Miss Gardiner. We remon
strated that bit life wai renewed in
bis children ; that be bad daughters,
full of grace, fit to do the honors of
the White House, and some of thorn
were the elders of his intended. What
if family disnent should make domes
tic jars, and his latter dart be troubled?
He had, bo said, always been too len
der to the pledget of his past love for
them ever to withhold from him their
filial confidence, or deny to him bis
parental authority to judge and act
tor his own happiness I We saw the
game was tip, and then said : 'We see
you are bent upon your Inst love, with
or without counsel, and you have ever
been too lucky for us now to doubt or
distrust your fa to. You are going lo
marry the damsel, and we are not
foolish enotiL'h to make two enemies
by opposing the passion of the wooor
and the won.'" Tho mnrriago took
place oo the 2Gtb of Jane, 1844, Prctti
' dent Tylor being thon In bis Olty-fillh
year, and the brido, Mibs Julia Uardi
ner, about twenty, and whom we re
member being much spoken of as a
bountiful girl, und a Washington belle
of. those long-gone days. Slio was a
New l'ork lady, of good family, as tho
phrase is, and descended, we havo
heard, from old Lyon Gardinor, who
flourished in the colonial age, and who
gave his namo to Gardiner's Hay and
Gardiner's Island, on and in Long
Island Sound. The tnarriugo proved
a very happy one, and Mrs. Tylor,
who has survived her husband more
than ton years, is not yet old. Mr.
Tyler, somo years after I ho marringo,
taid to Mr. Wiso, whon the latter noted
that his friend kept "a double seated,
four-wbooled wicker carriago for small
children." "Yes, you see how right I
was; it was no vain boast when I
told you I was in my primo. I have
ft houscfull of goodly babies budding
around mo, and if you will go up with
me to Shorwood, 1 will show you how
bountifully and rapidly I have bcon
blossod. They are all so near in ago
that thoy aro liko stair steps, and tho
two youngest aro so much babies nliko
that oaoh requires lha nurso's coach,
and wo havo to have one with two
scuts I" Ho that mnrringo turned out,
Woll,dcspito tho fact that thegonllomnn
old enough to bo tho liuly grand
fiHuor, and we &i glad ol it, lor Mr.
Tylor hud so much Injustice dona him
as a public man that ho was entitled
to compensation in bis privalo life.
If wo save Iho moments of tlmo, wo
will have enough for every needful work
Jloinents are the material of which
ilnyt and year are mado. If theso
bo well Improved, we will have years
"-otcd to profitable rttploymrtil.
,.w. w. sum,
WEAVER A BETTtt
, , CLEARFIELD, PA., '
Art offering, it tht fid .Und of 0. L. Reed A Co.,
r their stock of g oodi, oooiiiting of-
DRY - GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS A SII0K8,
IIAT8 A CAPS, HARDWARE,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, 4o., &o.,
At lha moit raaionabla ratal for CA8H or la
Square Timber, Boards, Shingles,
OR COUNTRY TRODUM.
jpAdvoiMoi mede to .host ODftged In get
ting but iqniu-o timber on iho nioit odnuiUttoiio
terme. tlftnnorT 5. 1870,
. b. aimold...
,.W. nO10 -U1TIBQU.
'Cheaper than the Cheapest T
GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES
JDIT aiCIITlD IT
Arnold & Ilarlnliorii,
(Oni door wail ot Flnt National Bank,)
CUR 13l H I E, PA.
HAVING jo.it raturnai from tat aait with
oouplata ailortmtnt of Gooda laltabla for
Sprlog and Bummar trada, wa ara Bow raadj
to furnlih all klodi of Qoodi
"Cheaper than the Cheapest I"
And afUr thantlnf anr eaitoman for tkelr
liberal patroaafa during tka put yiar, wi
would Bolt .reipaetfullj aik for a eontlnuanoi
of tka lama.
Oar Stock aoniliU of s eomplita aiiortmint
of Dry Qoodi, Notlona, Hardwara, Qaaaniwara,
Wlllowwara, Grosarlaa, Boot. Bkoaa, Bali A
Capa, Clotking, Tobaoaoi, Aa. Alio, Flour,
Bieoa, Salt, Fiib. Grain, ito.
All of whltk will ba iold oa tka noil riuoa.
akla tirmi, and tbl blgkut naikit prloa paid
for Oraln, Wool and all klnda of Lnmbar and
"Pleaaa giro ui a eall bafora Bnnkaaing
alunbara. Satlifaatlon guaranttad at to priea
ARNOLD A HARTSHORN,
Conor of Mala and Tkompaoa Strait,
aprJO CURWENSVILLB, FA.
ACE IK EIISOPBI
IN FRENCH VILLE I
Tht blood r oontest botweco Fraoet ond PrafiU
li ot an nd for tLo nroipnt. to far m the tiurh-
teriDg of men and tho deitraetioo of prttjwrt If
eoneerned. Tbo Royal Jaftglori no doubt pride
themsflvee and rejoleo over tho remit, bat bow
infignifiasnt li thoir work when compared with
ui numaot ana enruuao enorta oi
L, M. COUDRIET,
who hu nndertaken to tunplr all tho oitlseni in
tho lower end of the county with food aod raiment
at exceeding low ratei from hie mamoioth itoro In
MUL6UNHURQ, wbera bo eon alwate bo feu rid
ready to wott upon oatlere and supply them with
Dry Goods of all Kinds,
Suck ai Clotki, Batlnatti, Caulnana, Muilini,
ifoiatnei, utnan, Urtuingi, latiaoaa,
Triraminga, Kibboni, Laea,
Ready-made Clothing, Booti and flhofl, ITati and
Capa all uf tha boat material and mada to ordcir
Uoaa, Booki, tiloraa, Alittaoi, Laoai, Kibboni, Aa.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Ooffaa, Tea, Sugar, Rica, Molaaaai, Fiih, Sail,
ran, litmaad oil, rim Oil, L'arboi OiU
Ilardwara, Quarniwara, Tinwara, Caitlnal, Plowi
and Plow Caitlngi, Naill, 8nik, Corn Cultira
ton. Cider PniMi, and all klodi of Aiai.
Parfumary, Palnta, Varnlih, Gla, and a g-oenl
aiiortmant or stationary,
Of different brandi, alwayi on band, and will ba
old at tbl lowcit panlbla Sgurai.
LIQUORS, inch ai Brandy, Wine, Oin, Whiiky,
uajna i aiaiiieinei, iioiu iter ana
6000 paundl of Wool wanted for wkiok lha
biffheit priea will ba paid. Cloreroaed on hand
aod for lata at tbo lowait markit priea.
Alen. Agent fur Strattonrllli aad Curwcnivllle
4.CII and tee for ynuraelrpi. Ton will Ind
arorj thing aiually kept in a retail Hon.
L. M. COUDRIET.
Franchrllle V. 0., March 1, 1871.
H. F, N AUGLE
CLOCK AD WATCH MAKES.
orrollrl taa tffar, niaair itriit
POST OFFICE -Jtla53lOLEARFIELD
TUB inbraribar raipaiUallj Inform hli old
patroai and tba puhlio generally, that ki
kaa oa kind, (and ll oonitantly raoalrlng mw
additlani thereto, ) large atook of
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. -
VI keep Jowalry In all Iti form! and of
dlfirint raluei, either by tka pleea ar let.
WATCHES A fall araortnent of either Gold
or Silrer, mada by tba beat Awarloaa and for
eign Enanufaoiureri, Inoladlnga flna lot of gold
and lilrer bunting oa.e, lull jiwalad, Pateat
CLOCKS-Of all dailgni, aomlitlng ofalghl.
day and thlrty-konr, of either wilgkt, ipriag or
levari, and kotk itrlke and alarm.
REPAIRING. All kiada of Wafckal and
Cloeki Repaired, and warranted.
In addltioa to what I kare anamarated, t keep
a full nnortmantor SPECTACLES, aolored and
Slain glaii. Alio, GOLD PRNSind PENCILS.
POONS, FORK, BUTTER KNIVES, and In
faol eerj thing In lha Jewelry line. If I fall to
here on hand jnit wbal a eu.tom.r may need, I
will order per flnt eipran, without e-itra eharga.
unaraiinara ai puoue patronigr ti loiinted.
May T, lttl y H.F. NA1IULK.
IKE undrr.lgned beg. leara to Inform the pub
. lie thnt he ii new fullr nrattarnl to amtomma-
date all In the way of furnishing llnreee, Iluggiri,
6al,llci and llarneee, on lha inorleit nl
on reaaonnltle terini. He.iilM oa Loouet itraat,
between Third and Pourlh.
UKO. IV. QKAHUART.
:icarfi.M, April II, 18(17.
il hereby glrvn thnt Irltere nf elinini.tratioa
on the retataof PHILIP HRANIFK, dee'd, late
f Rtooarla town. hip, t'ldarfild eonnty, Penna.,
baring bftei, duly grantnl to tba anrlnrelgned, all
pereinn InUehlwl tu laid aetata will pleaea make
payment, and tboea having elalml or deraancli
will prwit litem properly aethentirated tnr lei
Dement. itlL'UAEL IIRANIFV,
Marak IT, I87l..t Admialitrator.
"WTAIX PAPRR at any nrl?, from 111 la to
1 f rent. hull at
"? wr-ivrn 4 BtTw.
it y, wiavia...,
.SSweeeeeeeaawnnwawwa , ' l' . .. .. m oee Iu atiu. I ' J ' ! !,. '
IHB LATIIT MOVBI
THE LATEST MOVE I
HARTSWICK & IRWIN'S
To their new kalldlng on Seeond Street, Saarly
oppeilta tha itora of Wearer k Belli,
Where tkey will centlaue to lupply their old asd
u many new enitemeri ai may oome, wtia
CHEMICALS! . ,
' (IneUJing all new remedlea,)
Patent Medicine., Pelnti and Olli, Gla and
. Putty, Behool Books, Stationery. Poper,
ste. alro, a full line of Drug
giiU' Sundriee, Hair
Coimetiee. PerfutnerleP, Toilet Article!, Bruihec,
OllVI DP rUC VwVIl, Of
. tho beet qoallty.
TURE WiyES AND LIQUORS,
for medical A sacramental purpoaea only. .
Pare White Lead, Color nf all kind., Raw and
Boiled Llneeed Oil, Varnl.kea, Turpen
tine, Coal Oil, Paint A Varnish
CoofeotloBerlei, Bird Seed, Spice, ground and
angrouod, of all ktndi.
SMOKERS AND CIIEWERS
Will Ind oar itock of Chewing
and Rmokinc Tobaoeo, Imported and Do
mestic Cigars, Snuff and Fine-out lo be af the
Tory bast brands la the market.
LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS,
All kind! of GLASS WARE,
and Mu.lcal Trimming! of seery rarlety.
Having a long einerienee In the kaeineii, and
an aitensire and well selected stook of mtnlioinee.
we are euablrd to all Physieianr preaoriptioni at
the iborle.i notice aad oa tba most rcaaonable
torms, day and night.
HARTSWICK A IRWIN.
Clearfield, Pa., Mir 11, 1871-tf.
r. t. i.
"For thy Stomach's Sake and thine
other Infirmities." St. Paul.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A aafe, pure, pleasant and health-girlng Tonie
XL itrietly Tegetahle, and manufactured frei
the mast pare and ehoiee materiale Is net a ipirlt
drink nor substitute for whisky, kut a aelentlle
aompoand, for tka proteotlon of tha system and
the euro of disease, mada from chemically pure
spirits, entirely free from fusil oil or other Irrita
ting properties, and will nat disagree or offend the
most delicate stomach. A long private experi
ence has attested It!
Superiority over all Ordinary Remedies.
No Bitten at prc.cn t offered to tha pablle
eonteini so much mediolnal virtue, and yet so safe
nd pleasant lo lake. Its ate Is to cure disease,
and it will not create an appetite for spirituous
liquors, but will core the effects of dissipation.
To Increase the Appetite, USE IT.
To promote Digestion, USB IT.
To eari Dyspepsia, ' USB IT.
To sure Fever and Ague, I'SB IT.
To can Billiouinesi, USB IT.
To en re Constipation, USE IT.
To earn Chronic Diarrhea, USE IT.
To cure Heart-barn, USB IT.
To cure Flatulence, U8I IT.
To cure Acid Eructations, I'SB IT.
To aura Kervoas Debility, USE IT.
To ears Uydoohondria, USB IT.
To cure Sallownoss af Complexion, I RE IT.
To oure Pimplei and Blotckea, USB IT.
For General Prostration of tba
Physical powen, USB IT,
and It will euro yon.
Sold everywhere, at l.0 per bottle, Manu
factured delusively by
A. I. SHAW,
Who offers liberal Inducements lo the trade.
Oct. 17, M:tf.
Luthfrsburg Marble Yard!
rTMlI3 tubwrlUer reennetrully onnminoee to thie
X eomniunlty and the pultlie generally that he
fa now oiteiMlroly enffARed In the manufflctnre of
Noanmrnte, Head end root Ptonee, Stand, Table
aod llurean Tone, ete. ho Mghmt tribute ean be
paid toadeertied roletire or friend than theerre
lion of an enduring ilab at a wltneu to inborn
gen era t lone where they have Inld bin or her.
I hare engage! Mr. Jchn W. Uahefan ai bit
aRnt to eel), and to whoeo worhmanihi nd kill
many ean bear witneee. ""Icre iulirlted aod
proiniitly filled. Wgrk delivered wherei rrdenired.
i. ai. nvvn ,
Lutberebnrg, jVotjmbtr 10, 1870.
A HANDSOME MOUSTACHE!
Pmf Ku CroU's FRENCH COMPOUND,
MDl'RTAl'IIK I the greet Hair Grower, will pro.
WIIIHKKKH duee a luiurlsnl Moustaehe or
MOI KT U'IIK Whiskers oa Iba smoothest f..
W1II8KEI18 Pleasant to use. Fcnt to anv
address oa rreeipt of 60 eenti.
II. T. DON I), Chemist,
N. E. eor. Tenth and Chestnut rltnwls,
IHO ailMEI OF TIMOTHY SEED
llJ aad 101 hu.heU ml i l.nV L II yLi ..
fur tale at tha Corner Hlnre, by
K. A. A W. D. IRVI!f,
I iirnrn.vllli-, p., Fh. 11, 1
Srg Gnto, Cxttult t, tr.
.'- ' '' ' ' 'V"" A") "!''
DEALERS IN J
1 ; I ' " !
; GENERA h :f;
LOGS & LUMBER
ARE offering, nt their new Store llonee, a
complete slock ef MEW GOODS, of all
Dry Goods and Groceries,
II A Iti) WAKE,
BOOTS A SHOES, ' .' 1 , ,
CLOTH ISO, tte.
; is Large tariktt.
Alwayi on hand and for lata at a small
ROPE, in large quantities, sold low by noil also,
PULLET BLOCKS, SMALL ROPE
One hand red eases af
ATWATER'8 ELMIRA BOOTS,
for aula by the case at wkolesale rates.
Received by ear load :
HUNTING DON FLOUR,
aad told at small advance.
HARNESS, nf all kinds, HORSE COLLARS
and IIAMES, HORSE BLANKETS,
BUFFALO ROBES, Aa.
Also, en aala Irst-ctaM twe-koree WAGONS,
TWIN SLEDS, LOO SLEDS, and
Special Inducements otered te those getting
out Square Timber and Logs, ai wa deal largely
in Lambermen'i Supplies, and are prepared at all
times te purchase Timber, Logs and Lumber.
Curwensville, November 15, 1871.
How to Nave fIon?y,
T II K times are hard; you'd Ilk. to kaow
How yon may save'your dollars j
The way to do It I will show,
If you will read what follows.
A Riaa who lived not far from kare,
Wko worked bald at his trade,
But had a kousehold to support
That squandered all ha made.
I met him once. Says he, "My friend,
I look threadbare and rough)
I've tried to get myself a salt,
Bat can't lava up enough."
8ayi I, my friend, hew mack have yoa 7
I'll tell yon where te ge ;
To gel a eult that's sound aad lke.pt !
Te REIZENSTBIN A Co. I
Be took what little ka kad saved,
Aad went te Relsemtein A Brolken'4
And there at get a laaaaeme suit,
Far half ke paid to ether.
New ha li koine, bt looks la well,
Aad their eff.ot Is laeh,
That whan they take tkelr daily meal,
They don't eat half as mack.
And now ke ends on Satardsy night,
With all their wants supplied.
That ha has money left te spend,
And some to lay aside.
Ills good lueceil, with cheerful imlli,
He gladly tells to all,
If you'd save money, ge and buy
lour clothes at
RKIZBNSTEIN'S CLOTIUNQ BALL
Where the cheepest, Cne.t and bet Clotling
aad good Furnishing (ioods ean ha had to Suit
very lasts and In every style. apr) 1,70
MARBLE AD ST0E YARD!
Mrs. 8. S. LIDDELL,
Having engaged In the Marble busloru, desires
to Inform her friends and the public that she has
now and will keep eenelantlyon bead a large and
well selected stook of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLE, aod is prepared to furnisk to order
BOX AND CRADLE TOMBS,
Curbs and Posts for Cemetery Lots, Window
Sills and Caps, also,
BUREAU, TABLE AND WAS1I STAND
TOPS, Ac, A a.
, Yard on Reed street, near the R, R. Depot,
ClearDeld, Pa. Je7,7l
gk. H(!A L E S,
Dggsgo Darrcwi, Warchnnsa Trucks, Copying
Presses, Improved Money Drawer, Aa.
roa ... ar
II. F. BICJLER & CO.,
Dealera In Hardware,
mch.10.-7f If Pecond Street, ClearDeld, Pa.
Dealer In all kinds of
One dour east Post Office,
"f''l CLEARFIELD, TA.
Twcntj-one Horses for Sale!
TUB undersigned offer, for sale TWENTY
QhB FIRST-CLASS 1IOHKES, T good
oonJIII.n. Principally large strong Horaes.iaii
will and it to their Interest lo eiamlae them bo
Fere jiareha.iag elsewhere. laoairiei answered
hv addlM.ia 1-w-rsM, W-n.t... ..
.. I, eifii D,iJni. r,f
en. )., !, i, Tjrjrgcld, Pa.
TIN AND STOVE STORE I
G. 8. FLEGAL, -
Pillipiburg, Cmtri Oouty, Fa.
TltE nndorslgnsd respectfully aoncances to
tha public that ha has en hand a carl-
rully-seleotid aad well assorted itoek of
STOVES, HEATERS, HANGES,
HOLLOW WARE I
TIN, COPPER AND 8I1EET IRON
AVOOi) AND WILLOW WARE 1
Hli itoek of Cooking Stores loniiits af
THE CELEBRATED IRONSIDES,
Wkl.k kare never failed to bring peace and
prosperity lute tamtnii wnire It li need,
Diamond State, Farmer, Hsrald. Charm, Spears'
California cool move, opean- Antt-Dast,
Uas Burning Cooking Stoves, Victor,
', R.llaace and Helen Raagai, t
Spears' Cooking Ranges,
toeLTbe Tin and Bkeet Iran ware alv.u with
the Store! It made of tke heaviest aad best
material, and warranted lo girt perfect satis
His Stock of Parlor & Heating Stoves
Il larger, better and aheaper than ever before
iblnltea 10 tae pnotia consisting of
Spears' Revolving Light Illuminating Store,
gpean' Antl-Duil Oaa-Baraing Parlor Steve, .
gpearr uraiouiar .uas. naming rariwr
Stove, Spears' Oa.-Burning Parlor
Btovs, Doquet, Pearl, 0 am, Ida,
Sun, Tropin, Nevada,
Vulcan, Elm and Victor Heaters. Spears' Re
rolviog Light lleaten.
Ba li also prepared to furnish a complete
Tin, Copper, Sheot-Iron, Wooden and
Willow Ware, &o.,
Wholesale or retail, manufactured neatly and
with the solo view to service, from tha nest ma
terial la tke market.
PLOWS A PLOW POINTS, COPPER, BRASS,
PORCELAIN, TIN-LINED, SPUN A
COMMON IRON KITTLES,
Of .very description constantly en kand.
ORDERS FOR SPOUTING, ROOFING
And otbsr work belonging to bis ku.lnesi will
be promptly tiled by eiperle.eed aad ikillfal
BRASS, COrPER, OLD METAL, RAGS
Taken la axekaage for goodi.
pm'fl especially Invites tha attention of
Merchants wishing to purchase at wholesale, as
thsy will kad it to their advantage to examia.
bis itoek before purchasing elsewhere.
Look out (or the Big Sign apposite the reel
donee of Mrs. Dr. Foster.
All Ooodi WjimTit as RaraiiTio.
G. 8. FLF.GAI..
Pklllpakarg, Juat A, 1T. augd 6t
MOSHANNON LAND & LUMBER CO.,
OSCEOLA STEAM MILLS,
LUMBER, LATH, AND PICKETS.
n. B. SniLLINOFORD, President,
OBce Forest plaea, No. IIS S. 4th st, Phil'a.
JOHN LAWSIIF, General Snp't.
OsomU Mills, CloarBeld oonaly, Pa,
LAM) AD LIMBER COMPAW
'i' ,.- ' 1 . orrsa t , "
rurchasers or Choice Goods
MORHANNON LAND AND LUMBER COM
PAIHV offer for Mle Town Lola Id tht bor
oil Kb of OMcolft, Clrflelii vonnty, Ya and alio
lot to fulljpurohMrs oulnliU tbo llmlrf of Mid
borough. Ofcrolii ti rltuMcrl on tht Moihtnnon
Crvnlt, in tho rlohttt portion uf tht county of
CkarMd, on tht line of tht Tyrant A CleirfleM
Hrailrond, whert tbo Mothannon and Beararton
branch rondi intertwt. It it aim in tht heart of
tha Motbaitnon eoal bat in. and Inrgt boditt of
whitt ttint. httnlock, oak, and other timber tnr
round iL One of tha laryent lumber nanufaotnr
Ing tttabliihmenta in tht 8tatt It located In tbt
town, whilt thero ara many other lumber and
thing) mill around U, Tht lowo It bat M'tn
year old, and eontalm a population of ont thon.
an I Inhabittnti.
0Yar farther Information tpplj it tht oflVot
of tlm abort company,
:4:T0 Otntral fluparla ton dent.
TOTICK, lUrinn pnroha-ad tht Inttreit of
ll J. A. .Mattes bar gar, Km)., in tht bviineti
hrriofort earrird om nndar tbt firm nana of J, A.
Blatttnberfr A Co., tbo tarn will bt eondurled
bnrrAfter nndtr tht nam of Moshanaua Land aad
Lumber Company, (Htort.)
li. H. HIIILLINUFOHl), J01IX LAWRnB,
m.t'&lf Preiidtnt. Utnoral Hup't
Lime tor Sale!
THE undersigned, residing near the depot hat
mada complete arrangements with Lini.
Ilurners rast of the mountain, whereby be Is ena
bled to keep oonstanlly on kand a large quantity ol
ntru he ofon le farmers and builders at a trifle
abot e eost. Those In need of the article would do
well te git. me a eall, or addrees me by I.I tor, be
fore negotiating their lime.
, ,, . UKO. C.PASSMOKB.
Clrarfleld, Pa., June , IMS.
GREAT WESTERN BAZAAR,
I .tOU, 1311, 1113. I.1IJ Market St.,
. - - ---"s .it.wss. is, new mm
rennn-band tfarrlntfpit, Drarboruf. HaraMi. In.
at nriraU and hnKie m.
FAxliinff and hh.ri...TA H...tu oa a
- - - ii "ii. c" g
17&. Ocruiantoani liliilllng nmlt) from 7f to
, .,.v. ir-..ig-i iiiuiinfHi; irom ofMP 10
i:tfl. Df-nrhorni. No-Top bnigira. Jiigirer and
hiw- imn jv 10 fi.,1, ningif liar-
f?0(ol24. Blanket. Whlpn, llaltert, 8heet,
- -Trr.nirg oppenatning to th.
husln..a at equally low prices. Our Motto Is
"'huii.r lia Ik- fk... 1 H , ,1 . .
lore parehasiaa alM.wl-firu. -
fr-emo. aeemng lloreee, tlules, Carriages, Weg
eas, As, will study their intirr.t by n.tronillng
thla well t.Ubll.hcd l)a,Ar. Hones kept by the
d.v or month. ' 1AVV A HUNT,
Irb, 7 "ntj 'roftletera.
WHICH BA VI ALWAYS
G I Y E.N
8ATIBFA0T ON UBRETtie'ORE, WILL BE
DISPOSED 01 IN SUCH
AS TO PLEASE 0 K FRIENDS AND CVS
- ! ' T0MER8.
TBI FINEST ASSORTMENT OF HOLIDAY
1 " " 't -.1. i
EVER OFFERED'TO TBI CITIZENS
OF THIS PLACE I
NOW ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALI AT
PUBLISHERS' A MANUFACTURERS'
PRICES, AT THE
Clearl.ld, Deo. 14, H7.
ELIIIU OFF AT COST!
' ' FOR CA8HI
, , . The largest stock of
F II It X I T IJ It E
ever offered In CLEARFIELD !
At lha 8TRAM CABINET R HOP. corner Market
aod Fifth Stratta, CLEAUFIEL1), PA.
Tho nndenif ncd wonld annonnne to tht public
that he bai on band and ii now offering eheap for
oaiin, tbt larfeat ttoek or rornitura over in itoro
in this eonnty. eoniitting of
rpholftercd Parlor Suitt,
Chamber Sett. - ExtcnkioD Tablet,
Secretariat, Book Caacf.
Fpring Bed- and MattresarS,
Loungri aad Benohcf,
riaia A Marble Top Tablet A Burcaoa,
Can Seat and Common Chin,
Rocking Cbaira, Looking Olaaioa,
Window Shadci, Piotara Framtt.
. Cordi and Taiaalf, Ao.
lit alto manufactarat and keepi on hand Pat
ent Spring BpiU, tha bett arer inrented. No
family nhould bt without them. Any kind of
gooi.i not on nana can be bad on short notice.
t'pboltttring and repairing neatly ex eon ted.
COFFINS, of all tltet, oan be had on a half,
hoart' notice, and at the low eat prloea, A deduc
tion of 29 per oent. made for fa h.
METALLIC CASKS, or Roirwood, Walnot and
Cherry Coffin with gtatt or wood topi, furnithed
on Art hours' notice.
Personal attendant with hearse, on funeral
Oeoailuus, and carriages furnished when desired.
Thanking tha pablie for past farora, and by
strict personal attention to business, I hop to
receive a continuance of tht tame.
Hem ember lha place tht Steajo Cabinet Shop,
corner of Market and Fifth Street.
March 19, 7 My.
R. B. TAYLOR'S
LIME AND COAL YARD,
(Near tke Railroad Depot,)
CLEARFIELD, PENS' A.
IEMDRACE this method of Informing tke
ttublie, that I have opened nti a yard for the
sale of wood or eoal-burnt LIM K and Anthracite
COAL, la the borough of Cloarueld, and have
enmpleted arrangements with eastern dealers hy
wkiek I ean keep a full supply eonstantly on kand,
whieh will be disposed of at reasonable rates, by
the tua, bushel or ear load, to suit purchasers.
Thoe. at a distanee ean address me ky letter, and
obtain all oeoessery information by return mail.
K. H. TA 1 LOR.
Clearueld Pa., Fek. 14, ISA. -If
The Clrarfleld Kioelsior Canlhook will tot
wear ont or break, bring constructed wltk one
lolid band from ellp to poinL
It li pronounced by all praetioal lumbermen
wko kare eiamlued it to be the most perfect
Centhook ever Invented.
Amos Kennard, Patentee.
Manufactured by Auoa Kkksabd A Co., at
ow-Att orden promptly attended lo. nSS'TD
DREXEL & CO.,
No. SI Mouth Third Htroet, Philadelphia
And Dealers in Government Securities.
Atillentlon by mail will receive nromnt atten.
tioa, and all information cheerfully furnished.
Orders eolleted. April ll-lf.
DELL'S RUN WOOLEN FACTORY,
Trnn lown.hip, ClearDeld Co., Pa.
The enhsorilHTS are. at rrrat evnenae. rl.,ll,l.
Ing, and in a lew dayi will hart completed, a
neighborhood nroessily, In the erection of a Drst.
clan Woolen Manufactory, with all the modern
improvements attsckrd, and are prepared to mak
all kind, of Uliths, 1'as.imeres, Satinetts, Ulan
kels. Flannels, An, Plenty of foods oa kand to
supply all our olil and a thousand new eu.tomnrs,
niinin we us. to eome anit caniiu. our stook.
. lie ou.iness Ol
CARDING AND FULLING
will receive esuertal attention. Our new mill will
ba reaty by wool e.nling season, therefore thore
need be no hesitation en that score. Proper
arrangements will be made to receive aud deliver
Wool, to suit customers. All work warranto! and
done upon tke shortest notloe, and hy strict stien
tioa le business we hnpe to realls. a liberal share
af public patronage.
IIMMH3 POUNPS WOOL WANTED I
We will pay tha hiehest market nrlce for Wool
nd tell our inamifaelured goods as low as similar
goods can be bought In the county, and whenever
we tan in renaer reasonable satisholtu we ean
always be hand at homo read, to make nroner
explanation, either In person or hv lette-.
. Aa JUIintlUH A HONS,
prlUHtf tlrampian Hills P. 0.
WAMTEIM-M),0O No. I M Inch Shaved
SHINnLKA. rMwklnl, ik.li.1.-,
price will ba paid. P. OALI AflUER,
HMitsdate, leb,Z, IJ?J.r
BIGLER, YOUNG & CO.,
' " (Bnoeesson to Vuynton A Townf,) ' ' '
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
' ' '" ' ' Muiufacturcri of ' ,
POETABLE & STATIONARY
Comer of Fourth and Pine Streets,
r ! - -''" : -,r. . .f
HA VINO engaged In the manufacture of 8r.t
class MACHINERY, we respectfully Inform
tho publie that we art now prepared to III all
ordera as cheaply and as promptly as ean be done
In any of Iba cities. Wa manufacture and deal In
Malay and Circular Saw-Milli '
Head Blocks, Water Wheels, Shafting Pulleys,
Gilford's Injector, Bteara Oauges, Steam Whiitlss,
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cups, Qaugc Cocks, Air
Cocks, Olobe Valves, Check Valves, wrought iron
Pipes, S'.eam Pumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Anti
Friction Metres, Sonp Stone Tacking, Gum Pack
ing, and all kinds of WILL WORK ; tngelher
with Plows, Sled Soles,
COOK AND TA RLOIt STO VES,
and other CASTINGS ef all kinds.
90rdera solicited and filled ai eity prices.
All letters of inquiry with refsrenee to machinery
of our manufacture promptly answered, by addm
Ing ni at ClearDeld, Pa.
doell'70 tf DIQLER, TOUXO A CO.
G. L. Reed.
iu:ei & POWELL.
rpiIE proprietors respectfully inform tkeeitiicns
of ClearDeld county, that they kare entirely
refilled this establishment with the latest improved
wood-working machinery, and are now prepared
to execute all orders in their line of business.
They will give eeperial attention to the manufac
ture of materia for house building, inch aa
FLOORING, WEATHER - BOARDING,
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
im.ickets k .noi i.ni.rcs,
OF ALL STTLBS,
We always have on hand a laree stn-k of DRY
LUMBER, and will pay rash for all clear Lumber.
One-and-a-half inch panel stuff preferred.
Lumber Manufactured to Order,
Or exchanged, lo suit customers.
fcfA. Orders solicited, and Lumber furnished on
short notloe and on reasonable terms.
REED A POWELL.
ClearDeld. March I, 1871.
TtlB INGREDIENTS THAT COM
POSE ROSA1MI.IS are nubli.hed en
every package, therefore it is not a secret
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT.
It Is a certain cure for Scrofula, Syphilis
ia all its forms. Rheumatism. Skin Ilis.
eases. Liver Complaint aad all disease! of
ONE BOTTLE OF ROSADALIS
will do more guod than tea bottles of the
oiupe i carsaparuia.
THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
have used Rorsdalls in their practice for
in ,. uirwo years, ana ireely enonrse It
a. a rename Alterative and Ulood I'nriDcr,
DR. T. C. Prnn, of Daltimore.
PR. T. J. BOYKIN, "
DR. R. W. CARR,
!R. F. 0. DANNKI.LT,
DR. J. 8. SPARKS, of Nichol.sville, Ky.
DR. 3. L. MAV.TilA, Columhia, C.
DR. A. B. NOBLES, E igecoiob, N. C.
VSED AND ENDORSED BY
J. B. FRENCH A SOXS.F.II Rivoi, Ma.s.
r . . n.i , ii, tfNCKSOB, JHICn.
A. F. WIIEKI.KH, Lima, Ohio.
n. Mw.1,, Lima, tibio.
CRAVKN A 10., Hordon.vllle, Va.
SAMI ELO. MoFAHDEN, Murftcesboro,
Our siiace will not allow of anr extend
ed remarks In relation to the virtues of
tfoaadalis. To tbe Medical Profession we
guarantee a Fluid Eitracl superior to snv
I Ihey have ever need in the trr.tment of
: nitra.eoi nicoit t and to the sfflieti d wes.y
: try Rosadalls, and yuu will be restored to
Rnsad.lis Is sold by all Druggists
price fl.6 per bottle. Address
DR. CLEMENTS A CO..
Aug. J, ISTI.-ly. BtLvmoan, Mn.
sale by A. I. Shaw, ClearDeld, Pa.
Before taking rowdete. Aflrr taking Powders.
SHAWH IHPKOVED ('OMIT(w
POWUKRS. Useful In nbstlnate cases or
Distemper, Coughs, Colds, Hols, Farcv, Costive
Bess, Itoughnrsa of the fkin, and Hlopp.ge of
Water. Urease, Hwellrd Legs end InDuensa can
bf relieved, and sometimes cured, hy the nse of
these Powders. They will not interfere with the
daily work of the llurio, and can be giraa t. cat
tle with rnual advantage.
Put np hy A. I. SHAW, Dmggl.t and Apothe
cary, ClearDeld, Pa.
November A, 1SJ1. Sold everywhere.
8AWSI 8AW8! 8AWS1
DISTAN'8 CROSS CUT, MILL, DRAQ AKD
Boynton's Lightning Cross-cut Saw.
PATEST PERFORATED A ELECTRIC 8AW8,
For salp bj
oetlJ, H. f. RIOI.KR A CO.
2 "' .s?. . i
1)INK, WniTl A R0A1 IIKINO SKIN8
Jsl reeelrsd aad for'sal. ny
4r'" . I: tf. H. F. SIQLEH A Cfj.
Clearfield County Bank
rpu. Cl.erD.ld County Bank as .,
X led In.lltntlon kae oneontof.,1.,7!7,
tha surrender of Iti charter, aa Mav ii
All IU stock I) ownid by the lubie'ib,'
will continue tbo Bsnklng builn. si si ik? '
plae.,as private Bankers, nndsr thi
of tbe "ClearDeld County Bank." ,,,"
sponsible for tbe debts ol ths Bank, ind e;i)n'
it not.s demand at ths eountir. f, 'J'
received and lnter.it paid when money i, 1??"'
a Dxsd time, psper discounted at ,1, r.,,',
si heretofore. Our pericnil ruponiihun-'i
pledged for all Do;oslts reeclr.d snd ban.
translated. A continuance or tb liberal (17
ronag. of the boslness m.n ef th. reantj
sp.otfully lollcl'ed. Ai Prssldent, Cs.h!,tj
nfl.1,1 a1 if. lata ClearDeld rnnt.e,v
r.quir. tbe notei of laid Bank te bi trsiiiu
for redemption. ' '
JAS. T. LEONARD, BICBARD KITA
WM. PORTER, JAS. B. ORAIlAlt
A. K. WRIGHT, O. L. REED,
WM. A. WALLACE.
The business of th. Bank will ke sondurtaii.
John M- Adams., Esq., as Casbiir, ,
County National Bank,
OF CLEARFIELD. PA.
ROOM In Masonie Building, one doer aorta at
C. D. Wslson's Drug Store.
Foseag. Tickets to snd from Liverpool, Qietu.
I own fll..ow tnA..m Pnri. .h.l r k.
, m " - - vuirunin
Also, Drefts fur sale on tbe Royal Bank of In Wj
. . 1 r ,
du .inperiai nana ni Lungon.
JAMES T. LEONARD, Pm't
W. M. SHAW, Cs.hicr. e,i:,.,,
I. D. U Glrk. E.lwird Pu
BAlfZINOdt COLLECTION HOUSE
McGirk & perks.
Successors to Foster, P.rka, A Co.
PMIIpsburr, Centre Conutr. Pa.
"ITT1IF.I1E all the bmlneea of Itmbl.. ti
wil' tfancted prumjtl torj uoi tt
GREAT EXCITEMENT AT
JVERrBODY trying tffel thMeflrittfe
j ot beiDj erowdri out Into tbt eotd.
It joa want good 6hoiDf don, go u Diit
l( 700 want jroor SUdi .roa4 right, go lo Biiki,
If yoa want good Hill Iron, to to Buti,
If ou trint joar wtgon lrooJ in thibfit
itylo and workmanfhip. go to Butt
Ctina makoi the bt Btntnp Machine in lU
Stato, anddooa all kindiof ULACKHM ITIIINi)
ai eboap ai ean b dona lo tht eoanty for Cui
any roat umoe aaarcu it uionriuia. Pi.
Dog Tp., Vte. 19, I3S7-tf.
DVS1HBS to inform hit old friend, and eu.
tomora. that bating anlari-ad hit ibop an.
inoroaiod hia faciliHea for maoaiaetnting, h it
now prepared to naka to order neb FrnitrN
muy b dent red, ia good at; la and at to tap rata;
for CASH. 11 generally haa on hand, at hit
Farnitor rooma, a varied ajaortment of read;,
nadt foraitaro, among which aro
BUREAUS AND SIDE-BOARDS.
Wardrobe and Book-Caeei; Centre. Sofa, Par),
Breakfaat aod IHning Kxteneion Tablet; Ccj.
moo. French-pott.Cotiage,Jenn7-Lind and otaii
Bedsteads j fiffaa of all klndt, Work-iiioei,
Hat-raeka, Waah-atandat Booking and Arw
Ckaira aprlngeat, eaoe-Vottom, parlor, cow
in on and other Chaira j Looking-U laaaea of ererj
doerrlption on hand j and new glaaaoa for old
fmmee, which will be pot In oa rtry roaaonakli
torm on ahorteat notlee. He alio keepa on haal
or furnifhea to order, Coro-hnik, Uair Dtj q.
"'ipnTaJO YTe.' err. ear V u .
Mada to order, and fan trail attended with a
He arte whenever deaircd. Alao. Honae Paintta
done to order. Tbo eubicriber aire aaanafae.
tnrei, ard haa eoniUntly on hand, Clement't
Patent Waahing Machine, the beat now in nrel
Thoee oiinr tb ie marhise never need h with.
out clean elotbeel He nlio haa Flyer Patent
Churn, a u per lor article. A family niing Uti
Churn never need be without batter 1
All the above and many other article are far
nlihed to customer ekeap for Cab or excha>d
for approved eonntry prodnca. Cherry, Maple,
Pnplar, Lin wood and other Lumber aultable fer
Cabinet work, taken la 1 1 change for furnitare
fRemember the ibop la oa Marker street,
Clearfield, Pa and noarly opposite the "Old Jew
Store." J011.N vTLICH.
.November IS, 1Sr3 y
READING FOR ALL!!
BOOKS & STATIONER Y.
Market St., Clearfield, (at tlio Poat Office.)
rIIR undersigned begs lrave toannoanr.t.
X the ritieen. of Clearfield and Tlcinltv, that
he has ttted ap room aad haa Jest retaraed
froea the eitr with a large amount of readisg
matter, renslsting in part uf
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Rlank, Aeeoant aad Pass Book, ef aver; ds
aertptioa i Paper and Envelopes, Frenck pressed
and plaint Pens and Pencils Bleak, Leisl
P.pers, Deeds, Mortgagee; Judgment, Eirmp
tlon end Promissory notei t Wkite .nd P.rrki
ment Brief, Legal Cap, Record Cap, aad Bill Cap,
Bkeet, Musis for either Plana, Flute or Viclia
aonstanllr oa kaad. Any keoki or ststlnnerj
desired Ikat I may net hare on hand, will k. sr.
ordered ky (rat oxpresa, and sold at wkeleralt
or retell ta salt customers. I will else keep
periodical literature, such as Magasin.s, Krws
papers, Ae. P. A. QAUL1JI.
Ulearteld May T, IJCS-tf
Sloitc Cutlcr and Stone-Mason,
WILL execute all work In his lie. at mod
ernta prices and in FIRST-CLASS sljls
In ALL STYLES, Stono Dressing of evert
description, and all kinds of ma so a work ceo
traded for ia oroutof tke eoanty. Any persers
wlsking to have respectable mason work and
tone-cutting deae, will Ind it ta their latere.!
te call upon me I would aire Inform the pub
lic thst I ean drllver any quantity or class c(
stone desired, as I am the owner of m
FIRST-CLASS STONE QUAURY.
Orders for work oan ba addressed le
artJ.TO Clrarteld Pa..
JkEW STOKE AND NEW GOODS
JOS. SHAW & SCXNj
Hare juit opened a
N'iw Stoi, on Main St.,CLurtiLD, Pi,,
lalelr occuplcJ l.j Win. T. IUWI.V.
Their (took conatala of
QLQT r?r CD CD LE)
Gaortt:i nf Ilia best quality,
Ql'F.KNSWARF., UoOtS 811(1 SIlOC
tnd ..fory krtiela cecrwary for
Call ind axnarin our (lock before, pur-
diving elisvlierc. May 9, 18fi(l-lf.
The Lightning Tamer.
rpilK undersigned ara the sola Agents la this
X eMuatv for the "North American Ualv.aisrd
UdUINlNts RODS." Tuaso are tke only aafe
rods low il ise. aad are eadorud he all tke'
sciential men in the eeantry.
" e n.reoy uutnr tne eltuen. er the eonniy
that we will rut them no a better red. and for
Icsa money, thai Is ehargeA ky the foreign
agent who aaaaally trareree the eoanty .,
oarry el our little rash, a.v.r to retura.
KNCOURAOJ? UOMB LABOR.
Those wishing Lightning Kodi erected en
their baildingi need bat address ky letter,
eall II lereoi. Wo will put them np anynksre
la tkeeeuaty, aid warrant them. The Hvdsand
in tares aaa ka se.a at aey time by ealltng at
enrelara. II. F. BlULkR CO.
Cl.arleld, M.rckt, lK7 tt '
rnilFi DKMOCftATIC ALMANAC for ld
X ISI,I and Isitit for sale at the Post OBce.
Prtee 15 eenti. al ailed to ear addreaa.
170R WALL PAPER, E
mch'7 In WEAVFK A BUTTS.
, I .