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giit'tarr, jrimv.wf, tit.
8.UKETT & SniRYVliK,
and manufacturers of
Tin.Coppcr & Sheet Iron Ware,
Hiving largely Increased our atoek of Hard
ware, we Invite the publlo to eiauiiuo our slock
Carpenters and persons who contemplate build
ing will do well to examine onr
TOOLS & BUILDI1J0 HARDWARE,
whlcb If nw and of (he boil manufacture, and
will b. fold low for caih.
All kinds of Bench Plnncs, Ha.it, Chisels, fijuares,
ilHiDtiirrn, Hatchets, Plumbs nn-l Levi In,
Mortised A 'J'liuml liunges, Bevelr,
Ura re. A Illtti, Wood and Iron
Bench Screws, it nil the heat
Boring Machine in the
Double aud Single Bitt Axen,
POCKET Cl'XLERY, Ao.
Agents for Durmll's Iron Corn fuller,
AUo, agents for Richards
(iOTHIC I rirE TOPS,
which effectually euro Smoky Fhtci.
Fanners' Implements and tlarrien Tools ot every
A largo variety of
which wo warrant to giro ittlfBeIIon.
Portable Ran pes and iitmacta
"fcfjultonfing, flponting and Job Work duno ou
reascmnble terms. All orders will receive prompt
attention. Juno 11, lar.i.
BIGLER, YOUNG & REED,
(.Successor to Eoj-ui'ju A Young,)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
Corner of Fourth nnd Pine Streets.
ci.r.Ki ir i.P, pa.
nAVIKil engaged in tha u
a in anu fact urn ol Crit-
, we respectfully Inform
be publie that we are now prepared to fill all
orden as cheaply and an promptly as can be dne
In any of the cilice. Wo manufacture and tlc.tl In
Muky and Circular Saw-Mills
Iload BtoekB, Watnr Whoeli, Bhariing Pulleyn,
OilTord'a Injector, iStrasi Onugna, Steam Whlitloi,
OHeri, Tallow Cupii. Oil Cup, (I Huge Cot-ki, Air
Cock l, tilobc Valrei, Check Vnlren, wrought iron
Pipes, Bleam Pumptt, Boiler Feed Puinpi, Auti
Friction Metrei, Soap Stone Packing, Guui Fuck
ing, and all kindi of MILL WOUK together
with Plowa, Sled Bo lea,
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES,
and other CASTINGS of all kind.
OrdeTi lollolted and filled at city prlcci
All Icttera of inquiry with reforrnce to machinery
of oar manufacture promptly aneaon-tl, by addiri
ing UN at Clcarflry, Pa.
Janrri-tf BIULl.It, YOITSO A KKL'D.
pERRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
' HANGING VASES, I
,.''- T . . , . ...
Stove Lining nnd lire Brick,
' kept oonatanlby on hand.
STOXE AD EARTHED WARE
of Evnuy Dri nii'Tio.v!
CHOCKS! POTS! CKOCK.S!
Flfhcr'a Patent Alright &lf . SiaUtig
. . Fruit t una I
Ill'TTER CHUCkii, willi lidi,
CREAM CIUH'KS, MILK ClIOfKS,
Al'l'I.B - III'TTEH ClllilKH,
FLOWER POTS, 1IE DISHES,
And a great many other tliim; too numcroua to
moitlon, to b bin at
, FRED'K. LEITZINGER'S
STONE - WARE POTTERY,
Corner of Chcrrv mid Third fjtroets,
CLEAhi'IKLP, PA. aiitfS
FOR BAI.K liY
II. 'F. Eis;l?p & o. '
IRON DOIDLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
r , WOOD DOl'BLR-SUOVI'I. TLOWS.
- WOOD RINOLE SnoVl.r. PLOWS.
OOWANDA IRON REAM PLOWS.
riTTSni'ItO STEEL PLOWS.
HACrrS BELLEFnNTE PLOWS.
IIOUErJOX'S an.) THOMPSON'S PLOWS.
T-HhaTo. for all ol the ahovt Plow, eon
ataull, on band. bi2S.73
Down I Down 1 1
THE LAST ARRIVAL
AND OF COUHHK TUB CHEAPEST t
A Proclamation against High Prices!
WB arw now opM-lng up a lit of tht bent and
tnort teafnRhle Oi'ida and Kare ver
offered In thU market, and at priee thnt remind
on of the good old day of rhenp thirm. Thopf
who lark faith upon tiiii point, or docin oar alb
gtiont duperfluouii, need Imt
41 LI, IT Ottt STORE,
Corner Front and Market Mreet.
Where they enn we, feel, hear and know for them
aelre. To fully under, and w lint nreeheup gnmit
thia mult be done. We do rit it tiM.n...n
to eDumerate and itcmite our tock. It U euouah
fnr wa t aute that
We have Everything that in Needed
and oonanm la thie m.rkrt, and at prko, thai
'.tontah both old and vtnirjr.
dooJO JOSEPH SHAW A HON.
1 Clearfield Nursery.
ENCOUKAGB 1IOMK INDI MTKY.
THE aad.ralgned, baring .atabliahed a Nut
..rj oa th. 'Plk., about half way htw..a
ClcrHeid and CnrwenaTlile. la prepared I. far.
allklad. at FHI IT TKK KS, ( .taun.rd and
'wait,) Kt.rgre.n., Shrabb.rj, Orap. Vln.a,
ftoo.Kb.TriM, Lawtoa Blarkberry, Ftrawberrj,
and Itaabarr, Via... Alao, Slb.rl.a Cr.b Tr...,
tjatne., and ,kr)J nt, Rhubarb, A 0. Order,
protnptljr atl,,d,j , Addr...,
' i. D. WRIOnT.
ei JO.JI-jr Corw. rill., T
gnj Woods, ffirorrrlw, f tr.
J. r. WBAfKK
..W. W. .art..
WEAVEI! A BETT8
Are offering, at tbe old it and of Q. L. Read 4 Co.
their stock of goods, constating of
DRY - GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS CAPS, I1A11DWAIIK,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &o., &o.,
At the uioat roaaonaMo tain for CABlt or In
Square Tiinbor, Boards, Shingles,
OK COt'SIRY I'ROMICB.
jeaAiliaiirca mado to thoa. engaged In get
ting out at'iiare timber on tlio moat advanlaguou.
T. A. FLECK & CO.
(Two doore eaat of tlio Shaw Ilouee,)
liilliiuT) and limey Goods
neck ni FFi.ixa..
GLOVES, all kliidatiij .Lee.
COTTOS ETOCKINUS, miaurpaeicd Will In
quality and cheii'inca,.
W1IIT1J ANI SWUi3 (1001IS, all variolic!.
COltSKTH AND 11001' SKIHTfl, of tlio Intent
Iiuttrrn and luwcr tlrm tho loweat,
HAIR tiOOliS, ur all variolic
Cult and examine our itucx. before rou no;
oltwliere. Wed to huw our goods on all oc
casion Our motto it
"SMALL PROFITS 4 QUICK SALES."
"A Nimble Sixpence is Better than a
Remember the place opposite Monop'i, In
Win. Heed's old Hand.
T. A. FLECK,
aprill671 A. M. IULL8.
KRATZER & LYTLE,
(' I. I: AKI'IGLU, lA.
DHY GOODS, NOTIONS,
U II O C J5 K 1 K S,
IIaIUHVAIIK AM) QUEENHVVAIIK,
IJootn, Shoco, lints, Ciiis,&e.
JS-Bhoomal.rl aurl.II.J with LEATHER
and SIIOK FINDINGS at redueed raUa.
SALT I CALTI BALT I at wholeialt and
retail rer, oheep.
PAINTS, OILS, CALCINED PLASTER, Ae.
A liberal diaeonnt to bulldera.
HOUSEHOLD C00D8, CAHPKTS, WINDOW
SHADES, OIL CLOTIIS-in large
nsn, FLOUR, BACON, COnS MEAL and
CHOP, alwnje on hand.
rAllofth abor. goodl ars purehaiad
exelotilv.ljr for eaah, and therefor, win and wWI
be .old la cheap as)h. eheapoit. nprlll-T4
p E A c F 1 " K " " 0 p E '
The bloody content between Franco and Fro Mia
Ik at an end for tl.e nreirnt, to fur aa the k laugh
ter in ( of mnn and the dextruetinn of property la
cnnccriini. 1 he Hoyal Juggler! no doniit pride
thTnxeivee nnd rette over tiie refnlt, but hi
irtfiixniftrant li their work when compared with
the iiuroano and chrtftian cnorta or
L. M. COUDRIET,
who hai undertaken to lupply all the eltliona la
tlio lower end ol' the county with food and raiment
tit excelling low ralei from liia lunuimotb flora In
Ml'LlSUNlll K(l, where ho onn alwaya be found
ready to wait upun caller and lupply them with
Itry Goods of nil Kinds,
Such na Cloth, Rattnettn, CaMlincrea, Muntlna,
Dulainc, Linen, Irillingn, Calicoei,
Trliutulnga, ltibbona, Lam,
Brady made Clothing, Root and Shoci, Hat ana
CiipH nil of tl;o hnPt ninterinl and mnde to order
llofe, Hoelo lilovef, Mittenn, Lacei, lUhboni, tie,
UItOCEniK3 OF ALL KINDS.
C off it, Tea, Fu-nr, R tee, Mnliuiuvi, Finh, Sail,
Pork, Linseed Oil, Fifth Oil, Carbon 0)1,
Hardware, Querniwar,) Tinware, Caftlng, Plnwa
and Plow Caetingn, Nallt, Hpikei, Corn CulUra
torn, Cider Prcnei, and all kiuda of Aaaa.
Porfumery, Pnlnti, Vatntph, OIm, and a general
assortment of Htatlonerj,
Of different branda, always ort band, and will wt
old at the lowest possible figures,
LlQt'ORH, uch as Briutdy, Wine, Oln, WhisLy,
Javne's Uedleines, Ilostetter'a and
6000 pounds of Wool wanted for whloh the
highest price will be paid. Clorcrfeed on band
and for sale at the lowest market price.
A! no, Agent for Htrattontille aid Carwonavll
.'V.Cnll and sec for ynursolvei. You will find
everything usually kept in a retail store.
h. M. COUliUIKT.
FrcnehTlllc P. 0., March 1, 171.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
HOSIERY & ULOVEfl, - ..
HATH A CAPS and BOOTS A flllOEfl,
Tohnreo, Oroocrlea and Fish, Nails, Hardware,
Queens ware and Wlassware, Men's aad
Boys' Clothing, Drugs, Paints,
Oils, rVhool Hooks,
a large lot of Patent Medicines,
Candies, Nuts A Dried Fruits, Cheese and Crack
ars, lloek and Rifle Powder,
Flour, Grain nnd Potatocg,
Clover and Timothy Seed,
Bole Lent her, Morocco. Linings, Bindings and
iliroau, Shoemakers loots and
No greater variety of goods In any store In the
' Mttnl . A II fur vitr low fnr reab nr annnntr
' V" T'--- "' "?:-
gTOKEKEKl'EIW, ATTENTION I
W. de.ir. to ..llyowraltention to our .atonalra
Ciimmia.toa buaineaa and to our faoilltla. for dl.
p'lal'.g ot aiieh produe. a. oar eooaigoore Mad ...
liming a Urg. trnd. with olty atoro w. arc
, anion m maa. onlra rrlaraa. at fall nrlna..
I Storrliwpera having cbiekoae, Batter, Egge,
nr other produe., will do well lo gl. aa . trial,
j Where tlrocri.a .r takon I. eiehanga, b. eoia.
Mia.ivu am o. auargvu.
H. L. KIRK. BOH A 00.
Whol.e.1. tlrooer. aad U.roralaaioa Morehanta,
no. i.iv n. intra nrw, . oiiaa a. - aprljr
TI'TI1'KH Ai tORKTARLUM VtKA
if W. have prlated Large .unbar of lb. .w
FEB BILK and will oa th. rteeipt ef .waatr
Ira erau, aiall a copy te ut addreu. mjU
jOniijs mid t-ttlflurf.
rp II B I. A T K P T H O V C I
THE LATEST MOVE!
HARTSWICK & IRWIN'S
To their new building on Picon d Ptn-et, nonrly
opposite the store or Wearer m Uetl.
Whore they will continue to supply their old and
ai many new customers as may come, with
(Including all new remedies,)
Patent Medicines, Paints and Oils, Otasi and
Putty, School Dooks, Stationery, Paper,
tic. also, a full line of Drug
gists' Sundries, Jlulr
Coftnetlcs, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Druihos,
Toilet rioapa, Pookut Books, Ac, all of
the best quality.
PURE WISES AXI) UQUOJ(S,
for medical A sacramental purposes only.
Puro White Lead, Colors of all kinds, Kaw and
Iloiled Linseed Oil, Varnishes, Turpen
tine, Coal Oil, Paint A Varnish
li ruche, Flavoring
Confectioneries, Bird Bred, 8 pice, ground and
un ground, of all kinds.
SMOKERS AND CHKWRIIS
Will And our ilork of Chewing
and Smoking Tnbacoo, Importrd and Do
niealio Cigar, Snuff and Fine-out to b. of Iho
vorj beat brand. In the market.
LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS,
All kind, of (I LASS WAKE
and Mu.ieal Trimming, of .vary variety.
Having a long oxnorlrni'. in the baaineae, and
an .ateuaivo and woll a.lMtod ilook of medloinei,
wo nr. anabkd to fill Phraleiana' preaorlutione at
th. ehort.at notir. and oa the laoat roaaonable
tornie, dar and night.
Clearfield, Pa., Mar II, 1871-lf.
FLOUR & FEED DEPOT I
Tho attention of the oil liens of Clearfield and
vicinity is directed to the fnet that tloodMlow A
Hon are the agents of M. Niece A Co., and have
just received a half doten car loads of Flour and
heed, which they oiler at the lowest poMtble fig.
ores. A large stock of
FLOUR, COIiN AIEAL, CHOP,
BircKWIIBAT FLOTR, IlItAN,
Potatoes, Shelled Corn, Corn In ear, Ac., Ao.
Particular attention Is enlled to M. Niece A
Co.'s brand of Fuinily Flour, whioh is the best in
Flour and Feed Can and will bo sold cheaper
than It can be obtaiued elsewhere) tn Clearfield
erStore on Market street, est door to lion.
Alexander Irvln's residence.
UOODFtiLLOW A SON,
janlOtf Agents for M. Niece A Co.
MARBLE AD ST0.E YARD!
Mrs. 8. S. hi DDK hi,
Having engaged in th. .farbl. bualn.ae, de.iro,
to Inform her friend, and the poblio that sh. ha.
now and will keep eonetantljon band a largo and
well aoleeted .lock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MA1UILR, and I. prepared to furnleh to ord.r
BOX AND CRADLK TOMI1S,
Curba and Poate for Ceiuctory Lota, Window
Sill, and Cap., al.o,
BUREAU, TABLE AND WASH STAND
TOPS, Ac, Ac.
feajuYard on Rood alrMf, near tha R, R. Depot,
Clearfield, Pa. JeT,!l
SAWS I SAVVSI SAWS !
DISTAN'S CROSS-CUT, MILL, DRAO AND
Boynton's Lightubg Cross-out Saw.
PATENT PERFORATED A ELECTRIC SAWS,
For aat. by
MtlJ,VO II. F. DIGLER CO.
LEAT1IKK BliKAST-STKAl'S "'"
t)Vi:HT'H PATKUT METALLIC
Mndeof the best Mallea
ble Iron, and Is attached
to the Ilatnes by the best
Bnap ever invented. It
is easily anu quicaiy pui
on, and prevents tho
whipping of the horses
by the pole. W liable
tn (jet out of repair.
Will last for years. All
we ark Is a fair trial, to
convince all parties us
ing them that they are
unsurpassed in value for
the purpose for which
they are Intended.
FACKKTT A 0CI1RYVKR.
Clearfield, April 16, 1674.
JKAD Til IS I
House, Sign and Ornamental Painting,
The undersigned, baring started to swing his
own brush, repcctftilly offers his services to the
citltcns of Clearfield and vicinity as a House,
8tgn and Ornamental Painter.
Paper Hanging and (J la ting done on the short
est notice, with neatness and despatch.
All work done with ears, and at prices te 6it
Shop on Market street, opposite the Alle
gheny Hons. J. L. KRAOLB.
April I, lr.74.-6re. ;
JHATZEH A LYTLK, "
AtiKMTB IN CLEARFIELD COUNTY .FOR
. Celebrated Brands of
Smoking & Chewing Tobnecos.
W. ar. Mabled to whole.), to dealer thvoagh.
oat the oounty at city prleoe.
JeSvtr Cl.arfl.ld, Pa.
IvetaILIITItl"J OP PAHTNI'.HNMIP.
J Th. w partnwablp beretoforo atlating
twewa Am.. Beaurd A C, afOle.rft.ld, In
tb. manafaatur. and aal. it Mat bank., wa. die.
wlrod by aaatoal eoaamt .a tb. lath day f May
l.at. Mr. Kannard aeltlwup all th. buaiaoa. f
Uw.ldlrr.. AlillS KRNNAHP,
jalylMI J. II. WALTJ.HS.
WKDNKRDAT MOKNINtl, JULY W, l74.
IN THI NUT,
What true mother, or faltier fur haa not
fathera hearts F would aver tlrt of reading the
Gather them elose to your loving heart
Oradle them oa your breast j
They will soon enough leave your branding oari,
Boon enough mount youth's topmost stair
Little ones in the neat.
Fret not that the children's hearts are gay,
That the restless feet will run (
Then may eotnt a time In the by and by.
When you'll sit In your lonely room and sigh
Fur a sound or childish fun
Whet) you'll long for the repetition sweet
That sounded through each room,
Or "mother," "mother" the dear love-calls
That will echo loud In the silent halls,
And add to thutr slately gluotn,
There may ooma a time when you'll long to hoar
The eager boyish tread,
Tho tuneless whistle, the clear, shrill shout,
The busy bustle lu and out
And pattering overhead.
When the hoys and girls are all grown ap
And scattered far and wide,
Or gone to the undiscovered shore,
Wliure youth and age ooma never morn,
You will miss (hum from your side.
Then gather them close to your loving heart
Cradle thorn on your breast i
They will soon enough leave your broodlug care,
Soon enough mount youth's topmost stair
Little ones In the nest.
IIISMA IICK'H DA V() II TER.
In a tvei'iit nuiiilicr of tlio Bimtmh
Courier, of llcfliti, mi innilrnt ia ivIhIihI
of l'l'incp liisiniiiTk'BtldiiH'Htiflifowliitli
is liiK'tiiiimonlv IntcrwstitiK- Most poo
olv who ivml tln'tii'WBimiK'fMlmvi'lti'iird
of tlio rhunci'llnr' tluiiirlitvr. The
yotiiij; ludy,. tli(nii;li nut tiouutilul, is
uniiiililo nntl R(TOiiiiliflicl, iiml in-cus-
tonmil to Hit? noiimifo ot thohiLTh wr-
fk'ty In wlticb slto movt'S. With her
liiuior kIid Iiiih Imh'N a im'tit luvorito
ovor Btnre uho ijivw up. Whin in linr-
lin lie Iiiih Im'i'H wont lo nH'iiil Willi Iiit
whnttircr leisuro inomt'iilH ho could
simti'h fitiin his lithiii'iimH o('('iiiuli(iiis,
iitid in tho roil nl t-y Inn hllo lioiirti Iihvo
boon HMiiiilly puHHt-il in hor wxicty. Tlio!
nriiiro iilisim'od with (oticoni llint hn
hiuhtcr ivpolU'd nil irnitmnls of timr
rino lnittlo lo hor. '1 honi'li wotx-d hy
tho inoBt ohtlilo Hiiitorn, unions tho
hoira of tho riohost fuinilioH, inoTiilK'fH
f tho moMt tiniioirt nohilily, fronlloinon
HlllllK thO lllirllOBI OlllOllll pilNltlOllB, OVOII
n tirinco tho yonnjr ludy doolinod thoin
nil. AHit hroodiiif; lir 8 lontr limo
ovor Iho iiosHililo lvniMiiiM of his thtiih
lor'B c.mcf.urt, tho chitnt'ollor, lu'liovinir
nl hint t lint ho hnd ftilhiiniod lliomH'ivt
of horsovority, oponod his houi-t to hor
on tho Biilijoct. Ho Inlil hor ho folt
Hiiro Hint lio nitiHt Imvo hooomo pro
foimilly ntlnthed tominiciH'i'Kon inforinr
to hiTHi lf in tiosilimi nntl wealth, lie
then hoLTotl hor to nioiitiiin tho imino
of tho niun to whom nho hndfrjven hor
honrl, oh ho, hor futhcr, wus rirh
cnotifrli nnd powoHul oiioujrh Iik liutiiro
tho ooiKlitioiw which miKiit "oom to
render hor lover un inelinihlo mutch.
W ith flowing tenm tho vmuiK Imly oon
fcHsed thnt sho did clivrinh mich nn
iid'ection nn her littlior BUHneetetl nil
nttection tlint wits returned, hut thnt
her lover uiih u Kimplo lieiiteiiiiiit ill Iho
tinny. J ho next duv Iho lii'iitcnmit
nipenrel lu'liiro Iho liilher. Tho chnn-
eelltir hunfly fnvo him tnno to Hptuk
heliu-u Hnviiiif, "I know w hy it swum
i m 1 pkmi I .It- (or yon to Ih'cohio my hoii-iii-liiw,
nolwithstnndini' tho flilleivnco
of txH'iul pooitinii your n ihIi hIiiiII ho no-
coiiiiiimhcd. I liiilli'h I uo not know
you, the lovo of my tlnit;hler In aufll
cient L'limnntee of your worth." lint,
iiiHleuil ol the joylul IhnnkH which tho
prince nnturnlly expected, ho received
it reply ol tho lollowini; tenor: ''i
tlmiik you for your hiliiiilo lhmIiichh,
hut thin union m impoHHihle. 1 bolonu;
to nn old Untholio laitnlv, 1 cnunot
tnko homo u my wife tho duugliler of
linn whom my tuuiily roinml as an
onomy of Iho church, whom I myself
nm nlmoNt coiujH'lled lo Iimik upon as
such." Tho othcor then xudly took his
confounded, who hntl little anticipated
mich a rejtK'tion of hin condescension.
lluviii'' Hiiinnioned hm (ImiL'liler, the
chuncellor lohl her thnt llie olllcer
wholly roftiHctl her hand and that she
must liirxot him. Tho daughter, ho-
coiniiic pulcr thun over, replied : "Ho
in too lionornhlo to deny Ids reliioiiH
Initli. 1 will not ask ol htm mich a sac.
rifico, und if ho desire it I IcHHlicliov-
uifj, than ho will ml opt his reliL'ion. to
reniler our iiinrrinifo poHsihle. Tho
futher hhw his child bocomo more iu
roiiHohihlo finm dny to tiny, ami at
Iciiiilh ho wns thrown Into a Htato of
tearltil excitement, which was not Willi
out consequence. So things stuud at
FIX EST ItAlLltOAI) BHIIHIE IX
Tho most noteworthy celebration of
Uio roiirlli ol July was unuouulodly
at St. Louis, in tho inauguration ol
lbs great cut britlgo yet built in this
country. Tho rcmurknulo points about
Ibis bridgoaro tho depth of tho founda
tions, the width ot tho nrchos and tho
novelty of construction Tho founda
tion of tho piers rests upon tho bed
rock beneath tho bod of tho Mississip
pi, ninoty-tovon foot below high water
mark, una ono mind rou anu iwonty
foot below tho lovol of St. Louis at tho
rivor bank. When tho piers woro
constructed and raised to a heitrlilh
which ptivo lufllciont olovalion to clear
tho amoko slacks and masts of tho
largent rivor oraft at tho btghost stago
of wator, the construction ol tho arches
began. Tho lowest parti of thoao
archoa aro 6U loot above high wator.
Tho spans aro of unusual width, tho
conlro arch being 6J0 loot wide, mak
ing the bridgo l,6o0fcal long exclusive
of tha approaches. They wero built
without tho ordinary scaffolding or
supports uoncatli, Out in such a way
that tho oxtonding arches balanced
ono another, boing gradually eilondod
out from tho opposito piers until they
mot in tho centre of tho spnn. This
systoin was a novo! ono and attracted
scientific attention evorywhoro. Ovor
the bridgo thoro are two roadways,
the total width of tho euporstruoturo
being 60 foot. On the top there is a
carriage way 84 foot wide, and two
foot-walks each eight foot wido. I)o
noatb this ia tho railway, thoro being
two track passing through openings
1.11 foot wido by 18 foot high. On
oithor bank of tlio rivor tho railway is
carried ovor tho lovoo or wharves up
on fivo atono arches, each 20 feet wido,
olovatod above which upon an arcade
of Iwonty archoa ia tho carriago way.
On tho Hi. Louit bank brick archoa
join thoso atono arches and carry tho
railway into a tunnol at Third etrnet,
and thonco lo tho I'nlon depot. I ho
carriago road enda alio at Third alroot.
On the Illinois aide, at the end of tho
atono arches tho railway divldos, curv
ing to tho North and South, and gradu
ally descending upon trostlo work ap
pronchoa, some 8,000 foot long, until
the lovel la reached, the gradiont being
one foot in one hundrod. The carriago
road doaconda belwoon thoao troatloa,
upon an Incline of five feet in ono hun
drwd. This rr.s.lv structure has
boen Are years in building, and cost
A Virginia railroad was made to pay
2 for killing a rooster. Tho engin
eer said he spoke to the gontloman as
kindly aa possible, but when the old
follow dropped one wing on tboground,
raised hie good oyo boavonward and
commenoed whetting hit spur on the
rail, forbearanco ceased to bo virtue,
and ba lit into hira wilb a train of
thirteen freight cars, and forwarded
hira to hit happy scratching ground
by lightning express. I
WILL TUB V. P. ItESiaXt
Homo ltnilliiil correspondent slui'lcd
tho story a week or so ago that Vine
1'ivsldeiit Wilson wus going to roHign
his position on account ol his health.
Tho roiiort, however, Is autliorntlvoly
contradictod j in fact, it is now said
there never was any foundation for it.
We think this Is likely. It is a re
mnrkiihle flirt with tho Kndlcnl party
tlt.it "few dlo and none resign," mid the
"Natick Hlioomitkor" Is not disposed to
bo the oxeoption, Neither do we see
why bo should bo, I'ortuinly (lie du
ties of his oflico aro not killing him, for
bo has not yet perlormed any of them,
anil Iho slnipluuelol'diliwliig his nullity
cannot potwilily ho a lux upon his phys
ical stivngth. Wo know it would not
bo upon ours, no mutter what tho stale
of our health might he.
Ever slueo Wilson's elect Ion, Senator
Carpenter has performed tho duties of:
vim rivsitienl, while inn lormor Him
self has boon at his homo In MiihhiicIiu
setts,or mcnoiting somewhere else. As
long as Iho J'rcaiiloiit lives anil is uhle
to attend lo his duties, tlio functions of
tho Vico President uro exceedingly
limited. About nil he hits to do is to
lireside over tho delilHirations of the
Semite, and this, ns wo said nlsivo, Mr,
Carpenter has boon doing. We do not
see, Iheivforo, how Jlr. Wilson's resig
nation would lie any relief to his over
taxed (?) finmo.
Don't unybody bellevo If. Nothing
less than tlio I'bnlern or Yellow Jnck
will cause tho Vico President to give
up liisotllen. As long bh ho "lives, moves
nnd bus his being" he will hold on to II.
The snug stilury is un object, mid ns
long as he etui draw it wil bout doing
anything to earn It, bo would be a Iiml
lo (urn it over Jo n successor nnd
MnsHiichuactts yankeus generally are
not fixils. There is more of the k nave
than fool about them.
Il Is a common occurrence, however,
for liudlcul statesmen to go into a de
cline, after they have achieved tho ob
ject of their mnbilion. A virtual ex
emption trotii work, with lull pay, ih ho
much nicer than to bo tied down to the
monotonous round of business. We
remember Charles Sunnier once had a
weak back mid spent a vacation in
Pnris, while his puv went on as usual.
Schuyler Colfax blamed bis on tin)
many cigars, und took a rest on the
sumo conditions, nnd now Wilson per
sists in having a general iliHiirgiini.it
tion of tho system which renders him
unable to actively fill his place as Vico
President. Nevertheless, ho is strong
enough to draw every cent of tho puv
set npnrt for compeiiHulioii fiir the work
ho is supposed to do.
And so it goes. Health is a great
inatler ainong Uiidicul ililiciuiiH. Ku
geuc Hale's health Wouldn't allow him
to Ik) Post Muster tieliernl, because bin
acceptunco of that oflico would have
affected Iho political health of .Mr.
Speaker lllaine in 1870. Hence, he
resigned. Jltit his resignation, unlike
Mr. Wilson's would be, was nutde in
Iho hopeful' a butter thing. Therefore
Iho CHlmiicHH Willi which he performed
tho net. Hut let Wilson resign und his
public life is ended. And noonoknows
this better than Mr. Vico President
Wilson biinsadf. Ho simply holds on
to tho best thing he tun get, while
Halo vacates under tho prosjiect ot a
better thing. That is the dillcrcnco.
Thoro is less bypocriny ubout tirnut.
It is true, ho dimen't do much, hut then
he never iuts in tlio plea of sickness.
His const Hut ion is never out of order,
except when ho is drunk. And when
ho leaves tho capital, ho docs not do il
for the punioHO of recruiting his shut
tered strength, but fur the avowed pur
kwo of having a good time. Ho hits
never yet appealed once to tho sympa
thy of the public on account of "ill
hejillh." And wo believe that ho is
alsmt tho only prominent Ifudicul that
bus not done so. Ho Is always ready
tor a rido or a drunk, and ilraws his
snlury, not Iktuusc be thinks he earns
it, hut heciiuso it belongs to the presi
Now, if timnt can stand il and Ween
up a show of working, why can't Wil
son, who don't pretend tn work at all ?
Bo assured, gentle reader, that thoro is
no more probability of tho resignation
of Iho Vico Proideiit than there is of
tho comet knocking a bolein thesiileof
stubborn old Mother Karth. To resign
is not a Itadical custom. Wo only
wish to goodness it was, Btllefmtr
STATE (iEOLOdlCAI, SI'IU'EY.
Tlio work on Iho geokigical survey
of tho Klato for tho remainder of the
twuBon hits been organized as given lie
low. Tho Various parties will bunt
work in tho field within a week, all
but two having already started. The
time allowed tho field work is very
scant, and the want of proper instru
ments makes itself felt, 'lo remedy
Iho latter difficulty, the State (ieologist
started a week ngo yesterday (July
Kith), in tho Ncdcrlund, for Antwerp,
to arrange for tho immediate construc
tion of such as arc absolutely necessary,
nnd not to bo hud in this country.
Hy securing improved instruments,
as proposed, much time will ho saved
hereafter, and far greater accuracy nt
tuiued. Tho Slnto UeologiHt expects
to be absent about six weeks, during
which timo tho work in tho field will
move briskly forward. All thepnrties
a now provided for and their work
laid out, so Hint no delay shall ho ex
perienced. Mr. Lesley will use the
opixirtiinity offered tocollect und secure
publications of tho geological surveys
of other countries, and to learn the con
dition of geological science nhroud.
Much valuable uiutorial w ill thus bo
secured to our survey.
The work bits been distributed among
tho following gentlemen. Its details
and iiicIIiimIs uro suluecl to modification
by facts lovelorrd (luring Its progrcHH :
The bituminous coul meusiires of
Clearfield nod Jell'erson counties will be
studied by Mr. Franklin Plutl, assist
ant. II is headquarters will be at Osceo
la, Clearfield county, llo will begin
with (lie formations on each side of the
principal lines of railroad, llo will
have with him as aid, Mr. liichnrd M.
Saunders, and as volunteer aids, Mohhi-s.
H.J. Kagan and Charles A, Young.
Mr. Saunders is at work on a.sHciul
survey of Morrison's Cove.
Tlio southern part of tho Slnto bus
been assigned lo Prof. Porsilbr Krar.er,
Jr., assistant. Ho wi'.' study tho pri
mary ores and format' jus in York ami
Adams counties. Ills lieadipianers will
bo at York. Codorus Crook will be
taken as a base, nnd ns much of Hie
lormntions on each side thence worked
up as may be possible during tho sea
son. His aid is Mr. Ambrose E. ,eh-
inan, and volunteer aid Mr. Warren
Kdwimls is associated with him.
The flirmations and ores of tho Le
high Valley will Ik' thoroughly studied
by 1'rol. rredonck J. J nine, Jr., assist
ant. His headquarters will bo at
Huston, and Iho work will bo curried
on westward!) from Hint point. It
will include the nine ores of the Lobiirh
Valley, and Iho copper mid other ores
of Iho Welsh Mountains, As aids be
will havo Messrs. Kllis Clnrk, Jr., and
Joseph H. Shinier.
Too fossil ore belts) of tho Jiiiiiutn
region, as well as Iho other .minemls
of tho region, will lie studied hy Mr.
John II lWy, who will niiike his
honihiuarlersat Iwislown. Mr. ("has.
K. llillin will he his aid, and Messrs.
Arthur Halo, Chnrlca A. Ashhunier,
and J. II. Christian volunteer aids.
The work will commonco at the north
ern end of Dlacklog Mountain, and run
south till that mountain lias been
worked up. Then coming eastward
the mountaina will bo taken up tn ia
Inn, nno by ono.
Thn nil ro.rimia .,1 Hullo.- T'lorlon
and Venango counties will be surveyed
by Mr. John K. Carl, assistant, with
headquarters at ricasantville, Vonungo
county. Aa aid he will have Mr. K. A. I
Hutch, llo will spend Iho season prin
cipally in collecting ncciirulo ihitu lor as
signing tho strata I heir exact position
oeiieuth tho Biirluce. I no amount ol
this work required there is large.
Tho Serpentine region, in tlio old
lormulions of Iho southeastern comer
of tho Statu, will bo studied by lr.
(ieuth, the mineralogist of the survey,
llo will havo much inalter of high
scientific and economic Iiii-hiHuiico.
To Mr. John K. Wrlglcy bus been
assigned tho preparation of a special
report on tho upper oil region, with a
view of obtaining an aceiiratestatenioiit
of its condition generally, and ol pre
serving much useful ililoriuutiou. Tills
will, It is behoved, bo a work of great
Mr. Ilonry M. Chance will spend
somo timo in a special study ot tho
formations of tho gup at Poll Clinton,
with a view of solving several impor
tant problems of structure.
Mr. Andrew S. Met 'real ll has been
appointed chemicul assistant, with head
qiiurturs nnd lulxiralorv ut tlumsburg.
To this laboratory tho specimen scol
lected will he sent for nnulysis and dis
tribution. Kspeciul attention will bo
given to economical work, since lluil
litis heretofore been almost totally neg-
lected. Iron on nnd fouls will he
thoroughly studied. All persons hav
ing interesting specimens limy lurwurd
them lo Ilui'i'isliiirg, whoro they will
lo examined if of iuiiHirtaiice. luo
notice of exact address will ho given.
1 he rooms ot tho coiiiiiuhhiou in ilar-
rishurg will lit present bo used, in ad
dition lo their proper use, to form the
nucleus of a complete geological and
tninenilogii ill museum of the State.
Tho object is lo give, in llie roursv of
time, us thorough nn idea us may be
possible of tho scientific and economical
geology of our State, II, is hoped thul
the commission may, in Iho course of
time, hconnhlcd tolbulidhin h a museum
UHlhut erected somo ten yours sinco hy
the Slnto of New York ut Albany.
With our enormous nietiillurgicul in
dustries mid mineral wealth, i'clilisvl-
vnniu should iroH-rly have taken Hie
lend in founding so useful nn institution.
ST A TES-
The 'osl sneers at (lencral Howard as ' the
Christian soldier," and occasionally at the sundry I
public men as ''Christian statesmen." Hoes it
r-i ard a profession of Christianity as a subject of'
jcvri, or uous it olaim to be inlalliblo in its judg
ment in regard to who ts and who is not a sincere
Christian f I'ilttburgk Oatellt. I
Wo lYgivt that wo ImvoHhtK-ktM. llu
ilclicutc itrrvt'H of tho ChriHtiun editor
f! hii (htzrtie hy mich nlhiH.nn! iih the
nhtive. ninl tu the VYeitllirr i-H not tiivoin
lilo to n hih ntitlo of nervoiiH exnto-nu-nt
wo will 1ry to nootho hinr hy
unliving n liriW explaiiittiou. Wo lo
not rciinl tlto " in (.ohm. on of t'hrw
tilth. ty uh u Hitltjrct of pnhlie jwfH," or
privnto jtvrH oithtT. U tho contrary
wo Htmnly favor not only tho prolif.
kiom hut tlio lillttiic o of I 'hriHtiunity.
. , . ...
Jilt ini'iv in itiitj niun in
tllllt WO do hold IS U Slllilect ot pUlillC
scorn nnd general execration. o re
lor to those professed Christians who
iii ,- I
tllllke lichglon It Cloak and a disguise
under which thev riniclicc lhcirncfiiti-1
oils eitllings, nnd corrupt-public nnd I
private morals, nnd of such uro How
ard, CoH'ux, lliilluu, Puttersoii, 1 ill
While (lencral Howard hnd the bund
ling of (he Prcedmen'H Bureau funds,
nnd the funds of Iho Freedmen's Suv
Ing Hunk, he wns singing psalms, nnd
Hulking suspiciously loud professions of
( hnstininty. lien I oillix und Har
lan und l utlcrson nml such men were
dickering in bribes with tho Credit
Mobilicr theives, thev also went alsnil
the country making loiidpinfessionBof
religion, ami Held up their proteased
religion us a shield. Tlieir maw kish
friends denominated them "Christian
Stalisoncn," und thereliuv inciipuble of
doing any I lung wrong. tin Ht'tuvely
nn exception, every knave who has
boon found robliingthe piiblicTreaiir)-,
or taking hriltcs in Congitvsn turns out
to ho a hypocrite also, who was in the
habit of hliuking his religious clonk on
the street corners mid in public places
to deceive mankind and purmie their
vocations with greater security.
These fellows are only incipient
"Christian Statesmen," as the term is
now jsipulurly uuderstisid. Tlio Hill
grown bird, insect or boast, whichever
you mny pleimo to term him, tnkes in
States or the whole nut ion in his range,
nnd having greuter opsirtunities, com
mits greater liavoc, and it is a mora
ditllcult mutter (o show him up in bis
Christianity is not any more incon
sistent with public thun privnto life,
nnd should be practiced in both. Hut
von do not una a true Christian either
in public or privuto muking an exhibi
tion of his Christianity and calling pub
lic attention to it. Whenever yuu find
a man doing Hint, set him down as a
"Christian Stat"inan," either in bnd or
blossom, clap your band upon your
pocket nook and give linn a wide Perth.
Wo trust that idler this explanation
the tlazt tte will not misapprehend us
when wc SJienk of "Christian States
men." Vitt-ilnirth W.
TO MAKE VICTORY CERTAIX.
Tho political outlook is unusually
encouraging. In Iho lust flltcou years
thcro bus not been a brighter pros'sncl
of Iho roturn of tho Hcmocintic party
to power. Tho country noods and
looks for a change,. Tho corruptions,
nnd frauds, and tricks of the liopub
liuan parly have eo thoroughly dis
gusted tbo pooplo, that they demand
a now sot of men to administer publie
affaire. A political revolution baa
boon coming for years, which oventa
of tho lust few months hastened. The
friends of tho Administration havo re
linquished all bopo of carrying tbo
next Congress, and conecdo it to tho
Democrats. This will bo the fruit of
the revolution Unit ia sweeping the
country from Allnnlio to Pacilio. Of
co u mo it will tnko longer timo lo
change tho complexion ol tho Scnule,
but that must follow tho popular will
as expressed in tho election of mem
bers to tho lower house. Tho Senate
now consists of 7 1 members, f whom
Iho opposition to tho Administration
will buvo 2U after tho Ith of March
noxt cloven loss than ono half. If
tho political rovolulion continues, ns
wo boliovo it will, tho opposition is
roily euro lo have a majority in tho
enalo whon tho Dcmocratio President
llnb-fia Ilia unnl Mnmh Jtli 1177
Willi such A good prospect ahead,
il bohoovea Democrat., evorywhoro,
to maintain tlio integrity of the party.
Thoro never was greater occasion for
this. . Thoy should listen lo noudvico
that teaches them to disregard their
political obligations. .Lot ua begin
now to cloio up our ranks, nnd pre
pare for the coming fight. Wo any to
our leaders, mako out now muster
rolls of the hosts that you cxpoel to
loud to batllo ; mustor your men anew
inlo tho army of the Constitution nnd
iho Union, and ro admltilstor tho oath
that binds lliom, individuslly and Dol
iw mvuij, w Bvnnu vy uii'ir vuiorn
lliroilith IfOOtl and OVU report, llo I
who dosoru bis colon., or gives id
anu euuuoii, w mu viieiu', hi mo
campaign, will rccolvo the summary
punishment the traitor merits. The
ticket next full is an important one,
and if wo expect to carry It againat
the combined National and Slato Ad
ministrations, we must form our col
umn with Hie aolidily of the Grecian
phalanx. Kvery Democrat la expect
od to do bis duty. Those who do not
Intend to "Hand by their colors should
leave Ibo ranks before the campaign
opens, and go ovor to tha enemy,
where they rightfully bolong. Doylet
Tho more it woman's waiat Is shared
like an liour-glaaa the uuickcr tier
sands of llfo run out.
QIITOSQ 85 otyra
. ( -it.'
MARKET 8 T It K K
(JL K A II F I IS !- . 1' K
Wo ilcwro to call tlio attonlion of tlio cili.onn of Clcnrficld r.ounly to tlio fuct tlmt wo
( Imvo opened a
MUSIC STORE IN CLEARFIELD,
Wliero wo intend to constantly keep on timid n full 8ni1y of
PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.
t)nr stock of PIANOS will consist of
CIXJRGR STlCK & CO HANDS,
. ran. ....I. a ft l-.-lTl- fit A ataftC!
HAINES I5ROTMKUS' I'lANOS.
Wo aro prepnrctl at all times to furnisli uny of tlio "cheaper iimkos of Pianos to order on tlio most
favorablo terms as to prices and terms of payment. ' '
Our stock of ORGANS will consist of tlio new and popular
RYNDER ORGAN, (with Rymler's Kneo Tiemolo and downward Octavo Coupler,)
" The SMITH AMERICAN ORGAN CO.'S OKGANS,
MASON & HAMLIN'S ORGANS, nnd the
NEW HAVEN MKLODIX3N CO.'S JUBILEE, TEMrLE and CHURCH ORGANS..
Besides these we furnish lo order Organs from any factory ticsired.
Wc sell on every plan known to the trade, cither CHEAP FOR CASH, ON NOTES, or on tho
poruLAR and easy LEASE PLAN.
On our easy terms every one can havo a good instrument,ind no other investment of liko
amount will tend so much to MAKE HOME HAPPY.
DCTVVc shall lie glad to have you call and see us, whether you desire to purchase or not.
oct23-'72-ly JtYXWKIt'N MII.SIC iVTOlli:.
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE I
IN GIRARII TOWNUHP."
The andcreigm-d offer, f.r aal. Hie farm (tn
which he now realtlra, alluatu in llirnnl tnwnahip,
Uearlield eounljr, I'a., formerly own.il hr Jo.lin
J. i'i. Tli. farm contain. 120 acrea, an. i. .err
deairatly located. The buildiasa araall new, nl
oouaiat ol a lart. frame nouaa, baTilif foodm-ll.r
anderaeath, aud good water ooavument large
train, barn, hLckemilh ahop, wagon ahed, .iring
houa., Ae. Th. bnildinga on ibi. farm are aa
good, if not batt.r, then on any farm in Cl.arBcM
oounly. Tb. land ic of eoperior oju.liljr .lid in a
good rtata of cultivation.
foerraaioa will ba giren in th. enrlng, or at
anr lime ino.l tonrcbicn.io ine p
anr lime uio.l tonrcnicntto (he parch. er. The
lerme will b. naaonabl.. I-.reon. dealroue
pnrehaeing o.n aildreaa tb. aubacrilwr at become a
Id ilia F. 0.. Clearfield conutr, I'a., or ajrdy In
p.raon on Ih. premiaM.
Any p.ra.t. wa.ling anj Information in r.g.rd
to th. au.mt'oi; ,'u. laiHl. .'..Ni M owil.'
!h"' 0 v,t ' K 'l'l''',i"
ing on Sheriff Pi., in Clearfield, a. be owned tb.
farm for a number of Tcnre, ami of eoura. knowa
all about II. WKMiKl.l. ENDKKS,
I,.cont.'l Milla, Clearfield Co., Pa.
Janoary SI, 1874.
Improved Spring Beds,
MAHKKT 8TKKKT, NKAK P.O.
The under it;oeJ bfft leave to tnforai (he elll
aaas of Clearfield, and tho nhli gnneralfv, that
he has oa hand a tine assortment of Kornitare,
such as Welaut, Chestnut and Painted (haaaber
Kuites, Parlor Builes, It eel in in g and Kitl'ir,
Ckairs, Ladies' and tl cats' Kasv ( haira, tha Per
forated Dining aad Parlor Chairs, Cane Heats aad
Windsor Chairs, Clothes liars, Htcp and K ten
sion Ladders, liat Reiki, 8c rubbing Brushes, Ac
MOULDING. AND PICTURB PRAMBS.
Lofiking Glasses, Chromos, Ac, which voulj bo
sattable for Hulleaj presents.
deelO 73 JOHN TROl'TMA!?.
lll'KY V C H HINT,
KUYDKR A CO.
I THOSR INTKRKHTKD IN TIIB PI R-
C 1 1 ASK OP A HI K ICILY
PURE RYE WHISKY,
For Medicinal Parjtoses we offer
lnlUky9M lnr? Itje,
Prloe $2 to W per gallon, and will aliip In paek
ago to suit purr baser.
We also handle largely a
COrrER DISTILLED WHISKY,
Prioe fnim:.30 to 1.75.
FINE WINES, BRANDIES AND GIN,
' And are also manaraetnrcrt of
TONIC HERB BITTERS.
Send for price liat.
11UKY & CHCIST,
apr.22-m 121 North Third Hu, l'hiladelidiia.
NAL 1 S,
or ith KINDft
BKegng Barrows, Wait noun Trucks, Copying
Presses, Improved Money Drawer, At,
II. F. UIOLEU & CO.,
Ireal.n la Hardware,
tnohIO:;! tr Second Rlrcel, Clearfield, Pa.
Maaufaeturad aepoalally for
THE CI.KAIiFIFr.n TRATIE,
rea aaL. av
n. r. Bioi.Ka co.
A large and well finished Prick PwetHng, si ta
ste nn the river bank, In the borough of Clear
nld, containing cloven rooms, with good osllnr,
water in the kitchen, and nil Iho modern onnre
nlenera. Pan trie, llath-mnm. Clo'hes-nressea. Ae.
tat siity feet front and two hundred and thirty
feet back, with a twenty foot alley on the nasi
side. Haiti bull ding, with all the appurtenance,
will be sold eheap, with payments to suit purcha
ser. Application ean be made to the wader
signed, or to A. C. Tata, Ksq., who will give all
nereosary informs lion to thoeo who desire to tn
spool the property.
THUS. J. McCVLLortJU.
May list, 1HTS, tf.
Por all dlsoasee Inoldeat to Hnreoi, Cattle, nnd
Human flesh, req-lhng tb net at an
This mhp(Miilaa &a liultslf aaaa J k
ue uevernmeat during tno war.
'Bp ly Unrtewieh A Irwin, Clearfield
WI ar. now aaaataiaetaring onr f MPHOVRD
flTICUL BUCKET IIRIVIKU CANT
IIOOKS, wnrtor to Mr .tkw In .... Wa bar.
.lao la Mock a largafljaaatity of Caathoob, auita
bl. for ranlng nurnoa which wa ar. .riling
eheap for aeh. AMOR t R. KKNMAHU.
Cliri.ld, Pa, Marek II, 1871.
ritAOTICAL GCN8MITHS '.
Rbon n Third .treat, oar It Ilea'. Uaekamlu.
Jhop, CLKAKFIM.D. rl.
All kind, of Kia.. an4 Bkot tiaa. oakaJid.
Rcialrlng akin. I. a tret-claa, eaaaaw aad at fair
nricsr.. . 'HL
J" o i pitinfirio or iiviitv DBecRir.
tloa anil iikiM .1 (fall etoex
C O M P A N Y.
rpJIK ondersigned, snocessort te RKKD A
1 J'OM Kl.L. have purchased the I'LEAH
Hl'.l.l) 11. AM. Ml illl.L, and refitted It for
doing an ei tensive busim-ss. All the maebinery
will bo added nteexsary to mako It on of the
most complete ostab isbmeols ol Ibo kind in the
State. Tbey are now prepared to receive orders
for any work in that lino. Tltey wilt givespf-cia)
lit tent ion t" "'I materials for honje building.
FLOORING, WEATHER -BOARDING,
SASH, DOOKS, BLINDS,
OF ALL STYLES, always on hand.
WORK V.I) HOARDS, and all articles necsA
ry for building, will bo' eachanged Ur i)KV
LI'UHKK, so that persons at a distance may
bring their lumber, exchange It for, and return
home with tho manufaetored articles.
The Company will always have ua baud a large
stiM-k of dry lumber, so aa to Im able to fill an
order on the shortest notice. Only the best and
most skillful bands will be employed, ee that the
putilw away rely upon good work.
Lumber will be worked or sold as low as it ean
hi purchased anywhere, and warranted to give
aallafeMtioet. As the boeiaess will be done upon
iWoae laff'ao w nr e7rVwt "sawM
DHY I.TJMBKil WANTED!
a . .
ft .-tally one and a -half and two Inrh panel
stuff, for which a liberal prion wiU be paid.
The business will be eon ducted under the name
"Clearfield Planing Mill Co."
0. R. Merrell will pfsinlly superintend the
Orders respectfully solicited.
0. B. MKRKKLL
H. B. TAY LOR.
M. U. BROWN A BR0.
Clearfield, Pa., January 8, 1S74.
READING FOR ALLII
BOOKS & STATIOSER Y.
Market Ht., C lrarflcld, (at the Post Office.)
rrMfK undersigned begs leave to stnnoanee to
X tbecitlsons of Clearfield aad vicinity, that
be has fitted op a room and has Just returned
from tha elty with a largo amount of reading
matter, eons. sung ia pari 01 . , .
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blank. Aeonnt nnd Past Boohs of every de
scription i Paper nnd Envelopes, French pressed
nnd plain Pens and Peneili j Blank, Legal
cpers. Deeds, Mortgages Judgment, Eiemp
tion and Promissory notes; White and Pareh;
ment Brief, Legal Cap, Record Cap, and Bill Cap,
Sheet, Musie for either Piano, Piute or Vlo.ia
eonttantlp on hand. Any hooks or stationery
desired thnt I may not have on hand, will be er
ordered hy Irst express, and sold at wholesale
or retail to salt easterners. 1 will also keep
periodical literature, saen as magaaines, news,
papers, Ae. P. A. UAULIK.
Clearfield May T, ISffS-tf -
OSHANNON LAND AND LUMBER
C O M P A X V(
OSCROLA BTHAM MILLS,
LUMBKU, LATH, AND TICKETS
Siurrd d l'tilrnt liibbeil Shinjlts.
II. II. SUIl.I.INUFOlin, Pmident,
OftlnewFonat I'laoe, Ka. It. 0. 41k at., Phll'a.
JOHN I.AW8I1K,' General Port.,
Oaewila Willa, CUarBeld enuntjl, Pa.
At... TOWN LOTS far ial. ia Ih. lonub
Auo Keen tha LAKtlKSJ ASSORTMKNT
of ilood. 1. Cloargold oaaatv at th.ir Maiataotb
Blor. la Oawla . . JaaS 1.
Lime lor Sale I
TDK undersigned, residing near the depot has
made eomplete arrangemevita with Lime
Burners east of the mountain, whereby he Is ena
bled lo keep constantly on hand a large quantity of
PUHK LI ME I
which be offer to farmers and builders at a trifle
above eosU Thoao In need of tho article would do
well to giva me a aall, or address me by letter, he
for negotiating their lime.
URO. 0. PAKftMOKS.
Clearfield, Pa., June t, 1MI.
The Lightning Tamer.
TUB enderilgued are tha sole Agents tn this
eountr for the'North American. Galvanised
LlUIITNlNa RODS." These are Ue only safe
rods new I use, nnd are endorsed by all the
set n tile tmen la the eonntrg .
We hereby notify the eiUsent of tha eouuty
that we will put them np n better rod, nod for
less money, than Is eharnd by the forslsn
agents who anno ally traverse the eonnty and
enrry af ear little eash, aefsr to return.
ENCOURAGE HpMG LA BO It
Those wlshln Lishtnln Rod encteit an
their buildings need hut nddrefts ns by letter, or
call in person. We will pe them np anywhere !
tn iheeounty, nasi warrant them. The Hods and j
natures tan he nana at an.? lime hy sailing at I
ear sure. H. F. BIQLKR A CO.
Clesri.ld, Mwsli II, g? U
Tim nndoralgwetl begs lenvtte Infemtheptib
He that he is now flly preparv4 to aeeivnimn.
ft ail in tne war ot nrnishint Horse. Hnrcies.
Saddles and Harness, en the shortest notice and
reason hie terms. Reef donee on Locait street.
between Third and FoaHh.
ARO. W. OKAItnART.
TToarfield, Feb. 4, 1874.
W N ! A .'
rjlll K h A KG EST'
ever troabl to the eounlr, .rr Wirg rcecired at
thellarda.rcKaUbli.buieiitof II. K IIK.I.I.H
A CO.. eomiriring the following Cook Store. :
NATIONAL ItANOE, 40. C.
Air., the following lloating Slorca :
SPEAK) ANTI CLINKKII.
i-rEAK'H ANTI DUST.
SI'EAR'N PARI.OK CllOK.
UoKSISO LKillT, .
HEAVY PAR ROOM AND STORE
RtXJM BTOVES, 40.
Cleartlcld, Sept. IS, IS7J.
J?i tK.t), ... ,
F It 0 N T !
ICE CREAM SALOON!
The undersigned having Just flttrd np new,
large and comfortable rooms on Market street,
near Third, respectfully infurms tbe public that
he now drepan-d to accommodate tbetn with
everything in his line on short notice and at all
hours of tbe day. He keeps on hand
KBE9H BRKAD, ,
RUSKfi, ROLLS, ri&t,
CAKES, all kindi.
and a gvneral assortment of
CONFECTION KRIES, PRrrTS, NITS, Ar,
All of which will nodcllvored lo eustomers at their
residences, When rrquestrd to do so.
ICK CB K AM, by the dish, served in a neatly hr-
. nlsbed room.
Thankful for tho generous patronage besto it
the past, he hopes to merit aud receive a con
tinue nee of the same (Von his old eosttv
insrs, and others.
"TI1E11IS to bur mj PRY tlOl'i'i,
V T oeri.a, Vucena.arc, Olaa.warc, Ilrug.
Notion., Confcclioneriee, Ac,tftic.li forewb.
Tho .ubaerlbcr liege leva tn Inform hi. eld
n.w .naloinere that he hna ocard
A VAR1KTY tiTOllli
IN ii.i: llorK. r-
And will aril good, al nrie lo.oll Ibe liraei I
liberal reduction will b. mad. lo coatomere
ing at wboleaala.
Cll'and ej.raln. r al(k V.ef 'r. porch"'"'
laowbm. A liberal .iiar. of blir ,alc"T "
C. i. kKAUV.
Ill, n Hope, I'a., Juuo 14, I ST 1 -
JJ F. IIIGLKU A CO.'S
Ll'MllliRldKN rl I1AHDWAKI
rAlNTS, OILS. VARNtSIlKS,
Ma, t), Utl. ' l
rN D K I! T A K IN 0.
The initirmrnnl aro now tmiir i-nt' '
enrry aa the business of
AT RKAS0NA11LB RATES,
And r.ai.ecltlljr .ollelt th. tron.gc .f I'
..wjing raoa .errwe.,
u. WC1 L.LKAVV.
Cle.rlcld, Pa., Feb. It, );,,
WILLIAM M. HEXBV, Jt"'"
.. . p. a. I.I Ml '
01TV. Oollortinaa eaail. and can pnmf"'
,aid orar. ArtielM t agre.Kaa t and yV
eHiBT.rane. .') tl.cal.d ani warr.nte'l.'T
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