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IVKDNKSIMY MORNlNtl, AUGUST 12,1874.
Terms of Subscription,
If paid In adrance,or within three months ...91
It ntitl afiur three aud before sis months . I 50
: paid attar theexpirailon of tlx nun t hi.,. I SI
Methodist r.plaropul Church Rn, A, D,
foritji, Pastor. Public Herrtoe every Habbalh
tt l in A. M., and 7, 1'. M.
Habbath Hnhuol at 9 A. M,
Prayer Moating evary Thursday, it Tl P. M.
Communion Harriot, first Sabbath of uvery
a on in, ai iu a, m.
Pre-bytcrlau i liurrhRoT. II. 8. Huti.bu.
Sabbath eorvloes morning and evening Bnb
bath (School at I P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednes
Mt. I'raiicla' Churrh Calhollf Re?. P.
J. HimittDAN, Man at lUft o'olook A. N., on the
second ami fourth Sundaye of eaah niuntb.
Ttua or loMiino qiuutki skmioks covnr.
Second Monday nf January.
Third Momlsy of March.
Vint Monday of Juno.
Fourth Monday of Heptcinbcra
TIUR Or nOLDIKO COM OK PLIAI,
First Monday of Judo.
Boound Monday of November.
Pwidtnt JnJye lion. Charles A. II ay or, of
Aiiitlant Lam Judy Hon. John II. Orvls, of
Aumeiati Juttgtt William C. Foley, Clearfield
John J. Head, Curwentvillc.
protkonolaru Aaron 0. Tate.
Kogitttr and Itecorder A. W. Loo.
Dittriei Auornty Frank Fielding.
7f(irr David W. Wise.
.S'fri-Williem H. Mcl'berson.
Count) Surrrgor Samuel V. MoCluikey, Cur
County Cummiuonr F. F. Couteret. Kert-
haut) John P. Thompson, Curwentville, Clark
County Audi tor Reuben McPherin, Clear
flcldj James 11. llllo. Lumber City) Lewis C.
11 ooin. C earned.
Jury Vommiiuomtr John W, Shugart, Jamei
Supirinttndrnt of PubUe Srkool-Juhn A
A'olarin PbiitJuha W. Writ lev. Wm. Re-
1baugh, Gyrus L. (lordon, Clearfield j Jostah
r.vane, JoiPjti H. irwin, lurwentviiie i J. . i.iu
pie, Uioeola Milla; Job niton Hamilton, Luthers-
In town laHt wci-k Robt. L. John
ston, Ktq., Cambria county' ableit lawyer and
tuost eiteeucd eitiien.
Trout firthing m in onltr until the
16th of this month, and then business In that Hat
luu-t ihut down until April 1st, 1875.
The Cove K- ho, a Blair county new
paper, was sold by the Fherllr on Monday last.
Well, Sheriffs are very awkward In a newspaper
office, anyhow. They should be kept out.
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Worknion arc entfiitfotl lit touring
oat the In si do of the old Metbodiii Church build
Ing, on Cherry street. We presume It ii to be
changed to a dwelling house.
Svrvirt will bo Ml in St. Antlrow'tt
Kpiscogml Church, In this plnoe, on Tuesday
evening ties', the 18th, at S o'clock. Iters. Geo.
C. Haflsr and C. C. Parker will be present.
SKHiot'Ki.v J i.i,. Wo ivfrrot to loam
that Philip lllanchard, formerly a oitiien of this
Bounty, but now or tlrand Ilapidi, Mlohlgan, Is
scrlomdy afflicted with typhoid fever, and when
last bonrd from was very low.
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A I'uXic. A prund ip-nio for the
befleflt of St. Francis' Church, of Clearfield, will
come off on the grounds of the Clearfield Park
Association, on Thursday neiL The llttlo folks,
having th "ran'' of the woods and flcldt, will no
doubt have rare fun.
Tf.UIIKRh' KXAMINATION. Cotinty
Supcrintrndcnt Gregory putiliihos bis Fall pro
gramme for the examination of tcichert for the
ensuing term, which will bo found la another
column. Directors and teachers had better bear
the time and place in mind.
Tub LtTMHKRMEN'a Convention.
The full proceedings of the National Lumbermen's
' Convention, which assembled at Williamsport In
June last, will be found on our first page, and must
prove Interesting to our lumbermen wbo are to
deil dod ly Interested in the business.
One of tho nxlos of tho engine draw
ing the Clearfield tixpress north, on Setarday
evining, broke at Gardner's Hiallon, seven miles
from Tyrone. Another locomotive was procured
at Tyrone, and the train arrived at Clearfield be
tweco 1 and 3 o'clock on Bunday iborning, aboit
four hours later than schedule time.
Prof. John A. Liht made hm one
hundred and thirty-eighth balloon ascension from
Huntingdon, on Wednesday of last week. The
air ship rose to an allitode of 6,350 feet and
landed In Juniata township, some five and a half
1 toilcs distant from the starting point Mr. J. W.
Greenland accompanied the Professor.
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J mm Maykr. Tho Clinton Demo
cal, of Thursday, says i
"From advices received, Judge Mayer and
family are expected to leave Paris on the 1Mb
Inttant, en route for borne. Should tbls prove
correct, the Judgo will reach here in time for
' On 11 and. The l'niiih.et I-awH fir
tS4 baro eome to band and are to had at the
Prothonolary's office. Justices of the Peace, and
vll others entitled to thorn, should not fail to ob-
ain this copy, which In addition to the laws eon
alns the new Constitution in full. The book Is
ly about onethlrd the usual slsc, but for refer-
too is very valuable.
Park Ahwkmation Mektinu. We
are been requested to slate tbat a meeting of the
kock holders or the Clearfield Park Association
'ill be held in Pic's Opera House, on Thursday, the
Ith dny of August, at 3 o'clock, P. M., for the
rpoie of taking some action In reference to pot
g tbo Association on a proper financial basis,
et there be a full el lends no a of the members
rotnptly at the time.
IJf.momhhkd. The old Town J I nil
hich has for many yenrs grand the spot between.
ke Presbyterian and Lutheran Churches in tbls
lace has been laid level. During the past week
'orkinen bave been busily engaged making room
r several dwelling houses to take the place of
to old entile. Mr. Graham, having purchased
te property from the School Board, proposes to
illie the premises for ml donees, which seem to
i is) constant demand, notwithstanding the large
miter that bare been erected within the past
DitoWNKU. Wo h'urn by tho Punx
awney Spirit, (bat a man named Leech, em-
ycd on Wingerl's saw mill, near Lutbmbnrg,
county, was drowned on the 6th Inst. He
s walking over the logs In the dam, when be
iden tally slipped into the water, getting under
logs and becoming entangled In some rnbblsb,
i drowned before any assistance could be ren-
ni. The water in the dam was drawn off and
Sody recovered t few hours afterwards. II
ft eober and Industrious man, and leaves a
and one child.
N Amen Lady. A eortvnotidunt
ins us that Mrs. Mary Lookard, residing In
ford township, about one mile from Bigler
a, was 99 years old on Tuesday er last week
b Inst. Hhe Is quite smart, converses In-
and intelligently, and her memory of things
ranspired years ago Is very good. She was
in Plymouth township, Montgomery county.
.nd resided In or near Philadelphia until
: eighteen years ago, when she eama to
ield county with her daughter, Mrs. Marga-
onng, and family, with whom she Ii still
Tt Kx plain. Not a week tnten
at we receive advertisements and eommnnlen-
i from eur patrons by Tuesday's mall, with
equest to "Insert Ibis week." Tbls Is Ii
ble. Our Tuesday's malls do not come
I natil after 1 o'clock. We are compelled
to press at 1 o'clock on Tuesday aUroooe,
I to meet the nails going out on nednesna.
la it rate still further! Tboee who wish an ad-
cement Inserted In neat week's Rart surA
4 mall It so as to eome to hand on Monday,
would Hill be belter en Saturday. Friends,
iSW bear this In mind.
Ratiim Sr.TmKiiTAL. Tho KiK-nii-
( Frtmmm ,1.1. laal a ftiihitj Mrnapold
1 or lb. Lancaatat hutUfc, wko kuly
a,bl an aMidral polloj and look a trip .rw
PrnMtWaala Hallroad, vrilrtl "Harlag
add th. Urtal Bead, on. of th. fraatart mod
m triampa of nainmriog, and pi.rad th. top.
Wat poak bj la. lonrMI lann.1 ea th. Ilaa, w
tarh Cr.lNn, oa th. Maaaait of th. All.bra
ftountalna, ihrn thonaand ttt abor. th. k.ri f
b. aBa.' Thai la a atatltr or aboat aiht haa
ired M higher than aa, iaarlat aa t., aaaM
rotit. mr attala, hat th. aanaapoadMt llrad
through It all, and hla kttr la Barked at th. nd :
"To ba eaallaanl.''
Anothkr Roiihkhy. Tho dwelling
of "Aunt Lydia" Uegorty, aboat fear miles from
Houtidele, In Woodward township, was entered
oy two men on last Saturday night, and com
pletely overhauled and plundered, lint two girls,
one under ton years of age, were In the house at
the time, Mrs. Hagerty being over at Bpruoe
Creek. The robbers entered the house about mid
night, and when the girls went down stairs to
drive them out, they were assailed by the robbers
and driven back to bed, one of the robbers flour
lahiog a large elub and swearing that be would
mash tbelr brains out If tbey opened tholr mouths,
but If they kept qalet they would not be hurt.
n bite the one watobed the girls, the other com
ml tied tbo robbery. The elder girl was compelled
to give up the hoy of her trunk In whlob her sav
ings were kept, amounting to Me. Kvery trunk,
chest and bureau was broken open, as well as a
small Iron sale in which some monuy and papers
were kept. The amount la unknown. After the
thUves pillaged the bouse, they went to the oellar,
where (boy partook of a hearty supper, and then
moved on with their plunder. The nearest nelgu
bors lived about three-fourths of a mile off, benee
the girls deemed It useless to raise the alarm an
til daylight, when they ventured out and Informod
their neighbors of what had happened.
Rcnda'y -School Convention. The
Susquehanna District B 8. Convention will meet
at Gettysburg, Indiana county, Pa., at 9 o'clock,
a. ., on Tuesday, August lBtb, wboa the follow
ing topics will be discussed i
1. What range should be given Sunday-School
3. Should Bible lessons bo oonseoutlre, or
B. Question drawer half an hour.
4. Should maps be used la Sunday -Shool F
6. Should blackboards bo used T If to, how f
I. llow can we best Interest and profit the
7. Duly of parents to the Sabbath-School.
8. Importance of Increased attention to Sunday
School worh. How can It be scoured t
9. Question drawer half an hour.
10. Sundey-Bohool jubilee In tbe evening.
All are invited. Cetne and help ui.
S. V. CaowTHun, President.
Cu a but Tann, Pa., Aug. 5th, 1R74.
ThbCkntknnial. Tho Philadelphia
GuMMOMHwoVf states tbat the Centennial Hoard
of Finance has learned tbat ea-Governor Bigler
has been successful In securing a number of
prominent gentlemen to sot as nusiliarlrs to tbe
Bureau of Revenue, under tbe new plan, in the
New Kngland States, and has fair expectations of
obtaining all the subscriptions that may be re
quired from tbat section. Among others wbo
have upressrd themselves as being willing to co
operate Is the Hob. Henry Wilson, Vice President
of the United Stales, who serves cheerfully In bis
Governor Bigler Is hew tbe guest of ex-U-iv
Straw, of New llampibire, one of the I'nltcd
States Centennial Commissioners, and will, doubt
less, through bis aid, make good progress in tbat
Cooking Corn. Tounok dried nweet
corn well, pour warm water ovor It and let 11 stand
ten or twelve hours. A few minutes before your
meal Is ready, put tbe corn on to cook In a kettle
In tbe same water in whlob you soaked it. Hare
as little water as possible, arid don't allow it to
stay on tbe store more than two minutes after it
begins to boil, Theo add salt, butter, cream,
peppv, and a sprinkle of flour. Let It merely
heat (brougb, and It is done enough. Tbe old
way of cooking dried corn Is villainous, for tbe
longer It bolls the harder It gets. The ten hours
soaking so f tent It and extracts tbe juice, and
makes a palatable dish.
The hiHt nenwition at llouUdulo w
told in tbe following wsy t A man deserted bis
wife wbo endeavored to console herself with an
other man, but upon mature consideration, tbe
gentleman concluded not to enter into the bonds
matrimonial, whereupon the lady went to tbe
drug store, procured a dose of arsenic, dissolved
It in a pint of whiskey, went Into the woods and
drank It. When our Informant left the place on
Thursday afternoon she was still alive but tbe
phyiiolan said sbe bad taken enough to produce
death." t'hilifMburg Journal.
Well, Houlsdale Is a romantic village anyhow,
and tbey might a well Beechera llttlo orer there
as In Plymouth Church.
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Death of Mrs. Philipsi The edi
tor of the Phlliptburg Jomrual says :
Letters have arrived Informing relatives In
tbls place of the death of Mrs. Hard man Philips,
wile oi tue tounaer oi rotiintourg, a. uwornvaie,
Berkensbire, Kngland, on the l(Uh of July, aged
87 ears. Mrs. Philips spent a portion of her
life here, coming a bride to tbe home ef her hus
band in tbe new world In 1824, and remaining
here until 1846. Sbe was always belorcd for her
trails of character, prominent among which was
Wt.ToUno. Mr. K4wt1 LtojJ, ttno f tbo
executors of tbe will of Hardraan Philips, will
aall for England Immediately to settle the estate."
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In tbe PoetoBoo at Clearfield, for the week ending
August I lib, le74t
Ammach, 6. A. Mann, Thomas
Allen,Mrs. Ma Miller, Joseph P.
Bennett, Jennie Marselen, George
Calhoun, Cyrus J. Norville, Prof. B. A.
Chapman, George 0. Sherwood, Charles (3)
Dougherty, Henry A. Strothae, Mary F.
Denny, John H. Taylor, Thomas
Uixon, wiutam lannon Anntof.
Dale, Alice Woods, Bobert
r. a. MAUiiiit, r. m.
Mr. JoKenh Owens, I)intriet Trean-
urer of Lawrence township, gives notice to tbe
tax -payors of' tbe towbsbip tbat tbe school dupli
cate is now in his bands for collection, and those
wbo pay their tat on or before the 1st of Septom
bar will get an abatement of fire per cent. after
that time five per cent, will be added.
Ra.n R. M. U'Eoall; 'a adrerliacmaal la re
gard to Lira Inenranoe. eugiz-17
Coacaar.A erand Coneart will lie liren In
the Uurnaido M. E. Chnreb, et Durnaiile, on Fri
day craning, Auguat 2Htb, 1874, to bo conducted
b; I'ror. L. Shilrr, of Pill. burgh, a.alaUd b;
Col. Dank, and daughler, and ether, from a die
tanoa. Tho Conoert will eonalat of Voeel and
ln.truia.atal Hoiie. Bulo,, Ilnela, Uoartatla and
Choruara. Th. proceed, will b. applied aa par
n.nt of an Organ in the M. 8. Chureh at Uura
aide. Pnif. Hh.lar if well known aa a Ana ma-
aieal Khnlar and a nrofloiant inalrantor, and hla
eatertelnment will prove a rare treat to all who
are eap.ble nf appreciating good wineta. Cniae
oae, .nine all I Auiallianoa, 0. eentai enn.iren
andrr 12 reara, 26 oenta. I)ora open at 7 v .lock,
f . X .) toncrt ocgina at a o eicea.
R. H. Walk,
J, L. Aixiaaa,
V. R. HoLMoa,
auglt-lt Cooimillc. of Arrangement..
. . . H I U.L..II ..A mmt vnli llf 1.
aorwl In the Old Continental Life Inauranoe Con,
..oj, of Hart lord, L'onn. augu i.
n v u . . u N.v.An Ah. k ....a
mil anppij oi rirquR.,
n agona mr aai.. iiwiN.im..r""
Tard. Cell on or addreaa bin at Clearfl.ld P.nn-
ayivanta. mmj 10-11.
Lbi'ib yonr life la the Continental Llf. Inau.
ranee Company, of Hartford, Cona.
R. 11. M'KNALLY, Agent. augll lj
Wood and Willow Ware of all deacrlptlona for
aale by H. Y. Bigler A Co.
Axae seveaty-lra doaea Clearfield Wood-
ebnnpera Axoe at
:J6:7I. II. P. niDLKlt A Co'f.
A full line of llouaehold Oooda, Japanned Ware,
Ac, for aale by II. V. Bigln A Co.
Wood and Willow Ware.
All kiada of Hardware.
PainU, Oila, Varnlahea.
Wagon and Carrlag. liek.ra' eoppliea.
All of tbe abore for aale at tbe mammoth Hard
ware Btore of H. I. Bigler A Co., Second Urol,
Cleartlald, Pa. l
.re Time! Per. Leber! Rare Moneyl ...
Clotheal The " Noreliy Wrisger" la the beat In
th. naarkat. Buy II try It.
Por aele by II. t. Bioi.ua A Co.
Calcined Plaater for aale by II. t. Bigler A Co
Paiara Ann Paiarana' Pinniwna, Our atock
of Paiata and Paintera' Maleriala la naiplale, lo
elndtng J. T. Uwli' Pure White l-.d. Juba I..
eaa A Co'a Pare White lad, P. R. A Co. Bnek
Lead, and a number of cheaper branilr af White
Lead; alo, Liawed Oil, Tumcntia., Varnih.of
all klnda, a full Ilaa of llrn.be., and a fall line of
color., dry and la Oil.
my28'7l H. t. Bioiaa A Co.
Moatour Slate Paiata, for painting honaea in
itio aad oataidc Cottage Vena Buildlnga, Ac.
Beeatifal, durable aad oeenoeatcel. Uroaod In
para Linaaad OIL
myl 71 H. F. Bnuaa A Co.
Bird Cagaa a large aaMrtaeat-l H. t. Big.
lor t Ce.'a.
Ralb Tata I Perenaa whoaaatemplau hallding
will do well ta call and aaamiac oar Block ef
Bl'ILUINU MATKRIALS. We hare la Block, a
fall line of Builders' Hardware, Kails, Paiata,
Oils, tllaBB, Pally, Calelaed Plaaler, Ac.
bu28'71 H. F. Bieuaa A Co.
IVortra ro Wioou a an Caaaiaaa MAaaaB.We
harajaat raaalrcdageaeral aeaartaieatof Wagon
aad Carriage Woods, alae a fall Ilea of Springs
aad Aimi. which we afar aheap far eaah.
U. P. Biataa A Co.
Biwa. DlaUa', Cross-cut Saw, Oreat Aaierieaa
Saw, Boyaloa'a Llghlalng Saw, el
25-71 tl. I. Butaa A Co'a.
There la no ease or Dyspepsia that Green's
August Flower will not euro. Coma to the Drug
Store of 0. D. Watson, Clearfield, Pa., and In
Jutre about It. If you suffer from Gostivenese,
Ick lleadaebe, Sour btemacb, Indigestion, Liver
Complaint, or derangement of the system. Try
It. Two or three dostta will relieve you.
B'licheo's German Hvrup Is now sold in every
town and city in the foiled States. We bave not
lees tnan Ova hundred letters from Druggists,
saying It Is the beet medicine they ever sold fur
Consumption, Throat er Lung disease. Regular
iae V cents. aug30"7Jy
Fnaa t Fnai I Fnnn I Among the many prepa
rations that we hare for Coughs, Colds, Croup, or
any throat or lung difficulty, none of them are
equal to Dr. Morris' Byrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Horehound. If yon are afflicted, call at our
store and we will git e you a sample bottle A
eknrg f Agents t Hart wick A Irwin, ClearMeld;
Holt, Woodside A Holt, Wallace too i 11. K. Wit.
Hams, William's Grove. March U-ly.
INFLATION I INFLATION I
James Kerr A Co., regardless of tbe notion of
the President, are Inflating, and have In Haled
their already largo stock of Clotulug, until it now
embraces the finest assortment of Clothing and
Furnishing Goods in any retail store In Pennsyl
van in. Uelow please find reduced price list of a
few of tbe artioles embraood in their stock t
MKN'S COTTONADR SUITS, ONLY 00
MKN'fl CAHHIM KRB SUITS, ONLY 8 00
MKN'S ALL-WOOL CAHH. BUITrl, 10 00
MKN'S FINK 11 1. UK DUG. HU1TH, 10 00
YOUTHS' HI'lTS, . to SO 00
CHILD'S FINK BLUR CLOTH SUITS, R 00
CHILD'S FANCY DIAU. SUITS, 10 00
CUILDKKN'B SUITS, all prices, fr 3.e0 to 12 00
Ifmbrollae Silk, Gingham, Cotton n large
and fine assortment,
lloBlery.Flfty dosens Lisle Thread, Bilk,
Cotton and Knglith supor-stout hose, which will
be sold at from e cents up.
Bblrta. Our stock of shirts le large and ootn-
Elete, embracing the Universal, French Percale,
otton, Cestimero and colored Shirts, In great
We would say to our customers that baring
bought goods at 16 per cent, less than heretofore,
we are prepared to sell them at prices that will
really astonish everybody. Call early and see for
younelvos. JAMKS K Kit 11 A CO.
uid nestcrn uoiei corner, noarueiu, i .
Just received, a large lot of non-exptoslve
Lamps and Lanterns at
a. 20-72 U. F. DtuLnn A Co's.
Paints, Oils and Varniihes for sale by U. F
Dialer A Co.
On Sunday, July 19th, 174, by Jamks M.
MKkr, Kq, Mr. JOHN L. WIHK and Miss
MA KY C. GLENN, both of Pike towmhip.Clver
On Tuesday, August 4lb, 1H74, by Ror. Wm. M.
unrHriRi.n, Mr. THOMAS W. 11A1LKY and
Mite MARY A. MrNHAL, both of Jordan town-
hip, Clearfield county.
On Thurtdnv. July t.U, 187 1, by Jab. II. Tnnx-
itn, Kiq., Mr. JOHN MrDOWKI.L and Miss
MKKT1K GltKh'N, both ufGrahaui township.
On Sunday. August 9th. 1874. by Jar. H. Tunir-
rh. K.tq.. Mr. RKl UKN HOLT, of Wall tor ton,
aud MlssMAGGlS FORCB, ofGrabain townihip.
In West Clearfield, on Tuesday morning, August
Ob. 1H74, COATbS WALTON, son of O. B. and
Camms Mkmrull, aged 8 years and & months.
CoitnaoTKO Wrkklt bf Krottor A Lytte, Whole
sale ami notatldcalurs in ury mooui, urocerics
Flour, Feed, etc., Market street, Clearflold, Pa
OLBARrixLD, Pa., Aug. 1, 1874.
Ap'Ios,green,VO(g 1 2b
Hogt, dressed 0
Hides, green &
llama Ollfc U
vrieu, at id u
Butter. Oliftt JU
Shoulders..... 10(a) 12
Hides 00(fu U
l,.r4 vha n
Bean $0 00(oj 3 36
n.k.hn.t I uo
Bunk wheat flour tb. 6
Mess Pork.V bbl...30 00
licet, dried ItHrtt 23
n-.r fr-h Ufrti In
Onions 3 90
Boards, M 13 0l) 14 0(i
Corn, shelled.. 1 10
r p OOftik . Aft
Potatoes Olf($l 50
Peacbea, dried, R.. 16
Plaster, $ bbl ft 00
Rye. 1 10
u... u a
Corn meal, y sack, fl.v
onop, f ewt aai(oj 2
Cloveneed.. 7 0
Halt, ack.'i.ioo Hi
Cherries, tt. 10n 1H
Chickens, dnd. th. 121
rthlnirl...2A n1&Ciu tfl OA
Tlmutlij i.ed t 00
Wlie.t. I 76
Wood, VI oord 4 40
Flaxseed 3 uu
Flour f 60ft6 8 00
Hay 00 OlH-ftli 00
TYRONE k CLEAKFIELD BRANCU.
ON nJ .Iter MonJ.j, MAY Id, 1874, th.
P.a,.nc.r Tra, will ran d.ily (iocpt Bun-
dayi) b.tw.i!B Tjron. .nd OI.arfl.ld, m follow.
Clort.ld 3.40. .... Tjrc.il.
U.l....... 10.40, "
Cl..rll.ld .....11.60, "
LEAVE SOUTH. LEAVE NORTH.
Olc.rll.M 0.15 4. I.
Tjrron. T.00 p.m.
OMOll 110 "
AHTWARP. A H
WR.TWABD. A M
Mliod Train, 1:14
Ciofin'ti Kipreaa, 4:86
P.oiflo Esprcaa, 8:24
Waj P.,,eng.r, 1:18
Mail Train, 8 80
Faat Lin., 1:58
P.olfio Kipreti. 7:58
ll.rrlflourg am m, o:.n
M.ll Trail. S:23
Cinoia'li Kiprcil, 8:21
Pblla'da Expnu, 10.15
FARK FROM CLEAliFIELD, TO
BallefcnU. Pa 13 85
Mid.iletown ft tt
Lock Harcn 70
Huntingdon w 1 80
Lewiatuwn I V0
Msrynlllc 4 60
Marl.tta 6 60
Itanca.l.r ft 86
Altoona 1 65
Johnatown H S 80
I'U'TISBIJHU ft 16
Cloa. connections made by all trains at Tyrone
and Lock llaren.
B. 8. lll.Alll,
UPUANS' COURT BALK.
KSTATB OF HAttTIS KLINE, hSC'D.
By vlrtne of an order Issued ent of the Orphans'
Court of Clearfield county, in the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, authorising and directing the
nnuersigneu adminisiraior, to eipnse ana son me
aforesaid estate, I will sell at public sale, at tbe
Court House, In the borough or Clearfield, on
Tiieeriay, AugiiRt IH, I Hi I, at 3 o'clonk p. m.,
all that certain tract or piece of land situate in
the township of Lawrence, bounded and described
esftdlows: Beginning at a maple In tbe line of
land annexed to v. in. ugnen ; mence parny oy
same and by land eonveved to Zacharlab Ogden,
west 100 perehel to a stone heap in the line of
land conveyed to J nun fcnaw, nr., ineneo iy same
and land of Wm. Daniels sooth en per hoc, more
or less, to a stone heant thence east 1(10 perches
more or let to a stone; thence north by tbe east
boundary line of Raid warrant 63 perehes, more
or less, to the place of beginning, containing 60
nor en, more or lets, baring thereon creeled a
dwelling boats, barn and the other neeetsnry out
buildings, togi-tlW with a bearing orchard of
etocllcnt fruit anu en tnexnutiitiriie won oi good
water, and nrarly tbe whole ef Ilia land Is ander
a good state of cultivation.
4i. TttnMS or Sai.i. Ten por cent, of tbe
one-third to bo paid on tne cay or sate, ine oai
anee of the ene-tblrd to be paid on confirmation
of sale, and the balance In two equal annual pay
ments with Interest, to be secured by bond and
mortgage on the premises. J. B. HUAW,
Clearfield, Jnly 3V, IA74. Administrator.
TIPHANS' COTJHT SALE.
VALUABLE riNS TIMBER LANDS,
By virtue of an order Issued out of the Orphans'
Court of C let r Held county, Pa., and to me direct
cd. there will be exposed te public eale at the
Court Hourc, In the borough of Clearfield, oil
Friday, th Diet day ot August, IHTI, at 3
o'clock, p. m., a valuable tract of Pino Timber
Land, the estate of John MeCully, deceased, late
of Chest township, to will
One Hundred and Forty Acres, mora or less,
situate in ('best township, Clearfield county, Pa.,,
being ft Part of tbe "John Oundnker" survey.
This land Is one or the most valuable timber
IracU sjow in tbe market, being advantageously
situated for removing tbe timber therefruia, and
having a large amount of the ffnoet quality of
pine, oak and other kinds of timber thereon.
Tonus or 8 a lb. Ten percent, or the purr base
money at sale, one-balfuf balance at confirmation
ef eale, and the remainder In one year Ihoreartor,
with interett, to be eerurod hy bond and mortgage
on the pramisee and by good collateral security
and to be approved by the Court.
RKBKCCA J. M-rPLLT,
J OK I'll PATTKI180N,
Marron, July SV.-tt Administrator.
SETTLEMENT NOTICE. I tnke
this method of Informing my pntrons that I
have plenty of lima just bow te settle up eld ao
eounte, and 1 hereby give not Ice ta all I bote wbo
bave unsettled aoeonnte wilb me te eome forward
and have them closed without delay, Tboee who
fail to heed this notice need not be surprised if
they are called upon to settle in a legal manner,
in the preeenoe af aa officer, aad pay easts beeidet.
L. M. COLDKIKT. k
Frenehvllle, Aug. ft, 184 -3m.
The undersigned did on the 3d dav of June.
1874, by mutual consent disevlre tbo here t of are
eiistlng partnership known as Kettler, M Math
A Co,, Keesler A Duhree having withdrawn from
the firm. The books, accounts, notes, Ac, will
be left with Messrs. Albert A Brothers tor settle
ment, who assume all liabilities and receive all
assets ef tbe interest of Kessler A Dubree, in said
Arm af Keesler, MrMath A Co.
KFMrtl.KR A DUBRIR.
JOHN M MATH,
W. ALBERT A BROTHERS
Woodland, Pa., Aag. ft, 1S74-J4
FRKJ& FllOM ALCOHOL.
Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters are
a purely V oae table preparation, made ebleflv
from tho nettve herbs found on tbe lower ranges
or the sierra Nevada mountains or Veil forma,
the medicinal properties of which art eitt acted
therefrom without tbe ute of Alcohol, Tbe ques
tion Is almost daily asked, "What Is tbe oaute of
the unparalleled success or vumcun ifirrnMr"
uar answer is, mat tney remove ine cans or att
est, and the patient recovers his health. Tbey
are the great blood purifier and a life-giving
principle, a perfect Renovator aad Invlgorator
of tbe system. Nsrer before ! the history of
tbe world has a meUieina been compounded one
sessina the remarkable a aall I let of Vtxaain BiT-
TBRa In healing tbe sick of every disease man Is
heir to. The- are a gentle Purgative as well as
a Tonic, relieving Congestion or Inflammation ef
iL. t : . I VI.. at - l Ulll... Il.
iub wit or gnu imm vigaua, u viiiv via'
Tbe properties or Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bit
tern are Aperient. Diaphoretic, Carminative, No-
trieioua, Lexaliva, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter
Irritant, Sudorific, Alterative, and A oil-Bilious.
Grateful thousands proclaim Vinegar B liters
the most wonderful invigorant mat ever sustain
ed tbe sinking system.
No person can take these Bitters aooordlng to
directions and remain long unwell, provided their
bones aie not destroyed by aalneral poiton or
oiner means, anu viiai organs wasted neyond re
pair. Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
which are so prevalent In Ihe valleys of our great
mere inrougnoirt tne united stetes, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, lllinoie,
Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colora
do, llratos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile,
Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many others,
wilb their vast tributaries, Ihrouchout our entire
country during the Hummer and Autumn, and
remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
and dryness, are invariably aocompsniod by ex
tensive derangomente of the etomacb and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment
a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon
these various organs, is essentially oeeessarv.
There Is ao cathartic for the nurnose eaua) to Dr.
J. Walker's Vioegar Bitters, as tbey will speedily!
remove ine uara-eoiored viscid matter en to which
Ihe bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulat
ing the secretions of the liver, and generally re
storing the healthy functiona of the digestive
Fortify tbe body against disease by purifying
all its fluids with Vinegar Bitters. No epidemic
oan take hold of a system thus fore-aimed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache, Pain In
the Hhouldors, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest,
Diiiinon, Hour Bruotions of Ihe Stomach, Bad
Taste In the Mouth, Bilious Altarks, Palpitation
of the Heart, 1 u ft nm (nation of the Lungs, Pain
in the region of the Kidneys, and ft hundred
other painful symptoms, are tbe offsprings of
Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove a belter guar
antee uf Its merits than ft lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, er King's Evil, White Swellings, 111
cars, Kryslpelas, 8 welled Neck, Uoitre, bcrofu
lous Inflammations, Mercurial aiTeotlons, Old
Hores. Bruptions of the Kkin, Hore Ryes, ete. In
these, as in all other constitutional diseases,
Walker's Vinegar Bitters bave shown tbelr great
curative powers In the most obstinate aud In
Fur Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism.
Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
Diseases of tbe Illood, Liver, Kidneys and the
Bladder, these Bitters have no equal. Bucb Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood
Mechanical Dl teases.-Ptrsone engaged (
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type
tetters, U old -beaters and Miners, as tbey advance
In life, are subject to paralysis of the Bowels.
To guard against this, take a dote or Walker's
Vioegar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Dieeaess, Eruptions, Tetter, SalU
Rheum, Blotches, Bpots, Pimples, Pustules, Roils,
Carbuncles, King-worms, Braid h4 Hnre Eyes,
Kryslpelas, I ton, Hearfe, Dlseoloralions of the
Skin, Humors aad Diteaaes of tbe Skin of what
ever name or nature, are literally dog up and
carried out of the system In a short time by tbe
nee of tbeee Bitters.
Pin, Tape and ether Worma, lurking In tbe
system of so many thousands, are effectually de
stroyed and removed. No system of medicine,
no vermifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, In young or old, mar
ried or single, at the dawn of womanhood or the
turn of lite, these Tonic Bitters display so do
aided an Influence that Improvement it soon per
ceptible. Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
lie impurities bursting through tbe skin in Flm
Sic l, Eruptions, or Bores; eleanae it when yon
nd It obstructed and slnggith In the veins ;
eleanse It when It Is fonl ; your fselings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health
of the system will follow.
r. ii. Mcdonald a co.,
Druggists and Gen. Agts., Ran Francisco, Cali
fornia, and corner of Washington and Charlton
streets, New York. Sold by all Druggists and
JOOK OUT FOR THE 8IGN
IIIC4 CANT HOOK!
MARKKT STREET, CLEARFIELD.
The old Clearfield Eioelsior Cant Hook Co. Is
dittolred, and a new one formed hy Amos Ken
nerd and O. B. Merrell, of Clearfield, and G. M
Allard, of Emporium, Cameron county, aa part
ners, and Jns. St. Watson, of Clearfield, at Gener
al Agent. Tbe new company will carry on the
butlnrts of manufacturing, selling and shipping
the Cant Hooks, with all their Improvements,
which era now perfect. All orders promptly
nueu. efAn. n. nninun,
July 1st, 1T4. Genl Agent.
BANTZ fc BUCK.
General Insurance Agents and Real
Represent the following reliable Insurance Co'a
North British A Mercantile Int. Co. $3A,000,d00
Washington Life Insaranoe Co....... 4,00(0l0
Fire Association Insurance Co.. 3,600,000
Amnion Fire Insurance Co 3,078,140
Watertown Fire, Intnraa dwellings
and farm buildings only. 176,000
York, Pa., fltoek Insurance Co. Horiet insured
agalntt death and theft.
P. B. Parties In tbe country desiring in en ranee
on their nvee or property can nave it promptly
attended to by addretting ns by letter, or calling
in person ai our omce, ta ne t opera nouee,
Room No. 4, Clearfield, Pa. a, ay 2 77
Jai. 8. Fabiohb, Pree'L R. B. Biaunaa, Sec y
Continental Life Insurance Co.
OF HARTFORD, OONN.
A tests. w H.S,llf,0ft
Utile of Assets to Liabilities. 133
Furnishes Insurance at the very lowest cost
Polley-bolders participate la the profits of tbe
company, in us eooiinuaiiy reducing too annua,
For rates, Ac, call on or address
R. M MrKNALLY, Agent
Office) fta Shaw's Row, Clearfield, Pa. 7:1674.
The School Directors ef the borough of Clear
field give notice that applications will be received
from teaehers, for tbe various departments In rae
Eibllc Sflhonit of said borough, until AUgaa.
Mh. IH14. At least four teachers will be re
quired. None bat tbe best will be accepted. Tbe
Principal must be n man ef eiperieeoa, with a
thorough education, and able te teach the lan
guages if teoetsary. Liberal wsges will be paid.
By order of the Board.
Je ll WM. M. MKMlLLOUan, See'y.
XTOTICE In the Court of Com-
mea Pleas ef Cle.rl.ld eeaaly, Pa., U No.
M, BcpUmncr Term, 1H7I,
George and M. Wlleoa
Foreign attachment la
Jas. W. Irwin, Daft,
Wm. Manes. Garnl.be.
Debt. Judgment against
the liclendant and Rule
entered hy Plaintiff for
All persons laUrestad era hereby Bottled that
I will aaeeea the daanaaea la this eaae at Ihe Prev
Ihonotery'a Offloe, la Clmrllrld, oa Thursday, ths
101b day at Auguat, 1874, at I .'clock p. m.
J.lTJMl A. C. TATE, Froth'..
CAUTKIN-AII peraeaa are hereby warned
agalaat purehualng er meddling with one
yok. ef Cattle, aow la poaMMlea of Joaepk Ry
er, ef Covingtoe towaeblp, CleertcM Co eat,, a. I
pureaand aaid eatlle ai Sb.rlf'1 aale aad left
laam with the said Boyer snhjeat to my order at
anytime. L. M. COUDRIIT.
Jaly I liri.lt
$rf Coofll, 6T0ttrif, 01.
J. M. KRATZER,
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, ..
Carpets, . Wall Papers,
Ladies Shoes, Children's Shoes,
Groceries, Provisions, &c.,
la Juat receiving a eoojpleto assortment of goodB,
bought at latail and lowest prices.
QOOD PRINTS, AT TEN CENTS PUR
GOOD YD-WIDE BLEACHED MUS
LINS, TEN CENTS.
HEAVY YARD-WIDE UNBLEACHED
MUSLINS, 12, CENTS.
APPLETON'8 A MUSLINS, I2J CT8.
PER YARD BY TUB PIECE.
AND ALL DRY 00OU8 AT LOWKH RATKS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
and nil lower
PARASOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
GROCERIES, KY ORIGINAL PACK
AGE, AT A SMALL ADVANCE
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
WOOL AND OTHER PR0DUCK WANTED.
Cl.art.ld, M.J J7, 1874..
J. P. IRVIN,
CHEAP FOR CASH,
REASONABLE ON TIME,
Ills ei .entire Stock of
HATS, CARPETS, OltVCLOTIIS,
MEAT, PISH, CANNED FRUITS,
BOOTS AND BIKIRS, WOODIN-WARR,
OL 188 AND QITERNSWARR,
HARDWARE, ROPE, T0P.ACCO, Ac, Ae.
FLOW, SALT AD r LAST EE
BY THE CAR LOAD.
Cottage Sets nnd other Furniture.
ff-tr" Lumber aad Country Produce taken In
exchange for goods at tbe higheet market price,
Curwensville, Pa., June 1, 1074.
Th. aadr.t3ad Was ea band for eale at the
"Skaw Hones," Clsarleld, Pa., a lot of th.
Celebrated Conklln Wagons,
which he offers oa rerj reasonable terras. There
Wefnns hare a aattoaal rcpulatloa, aad fanners
aad all others will do well te call and aiaaiae
thcaj. All the laforssatioa desired waMrain,
then will ba faraiahed wllh nTeenre.
lot R. NEWTON SHAW.
DOOT AND SHOK MAKING.
JOSEPH It. DERRINO, oa Market street, la
Bbew'a Row, Clearleld, Pa., has Just rtorlr
a In. lot ef Praaeh Calf thlaa aad Kiel, lac
beat In tbe market, aad la aew prepared t. maa
.fitters eeerr thlsi la his line, lis will war
rait hit werk ta hs as reareesated.
Taa sltlasa. .f Ulearlel. eaa .iciBlt arc
nr.otf.lly la.lud t glr. him a call,
Work .oae at skert aetlee.
Wnaaaia, Hoe. O. A. MAYER, President
Judge ef the Court of Commea Pleas of the twea
ly.lfth Judicial Dlatrlet, eompoeed ef laawaa
IIh of Cleerneld, Ceatre aad Cllatoa, and Hoa.
WM. 0. FOLEY and Ilea. JOHN J. READ, A a.
aori.te Jadges nf Cleeraold scanty, hare talaed
their precept, to an dlrertsd, for th. holding of
aa Adjoaraed Coart ef Oemmaa Pleas, at th
Court Hones, at Cleerteld, la aad for th. Man
ly of Cleerneld. commencing an tbe THIRD
MONDAY, THI 1ITH DAY OF AUGUST, 1)4,
aad aontinulng oaa wash.
NOTICE Is therefore hereby lire, te Jarara aad
wllaasaas, la and for aaid eeaaty ef Clearield ta
b. and appear la their proper peraeaa, at 1 0 o'clock
A. af. of said day, as do tboaa thlagt which la
thalr behalf pertain as he done.
GIVEN ander my head at Cl.art.ld, thla 1st day
of July, ia lbs year af aar Lord eae thoaaaad
ight kaadrad aad sermty-four,
W. R. McPHERSON, RberlC
WANTED. Hy tbe Clearfield Ez
nlalo Caat Rook Company, Wood for
1I,M CANT BOOK HANDLES,
of beet quality hard Sugar, split te sis.. For In
formal loa inquire at the Tekeceeaad Soger Star
rf iJaal'tf - ALEX. WATSON.
PINK, WHITE A ROAR LnflNS SIINS
Jast reeelred aai for sale by
April N, lit. a t. EI8L11 A 00.
f rj tSoottS, tixtxtxUt, tU.
UNDER FULL SAIL!
TO THE FRONT I
Ileaduunrtcrs for Dry Goods!
Am opening my second large spring and sum
mer stook of foreign and Uomsslia
Carpets, Oil Cloths,
LAD1KS' CHILDREN'S SHOES,
i-c.r dec, do.
The prlcea win he each aa will not be eacelled
by an. othsr place In the Stale. Call and see
' WM. RRKD,
ejarM Seaoad street, ClearBeld, Pa.
Would rsapeslfully nollfy the public generally
lhat be has purobaicd J. 8. Shower's llroecry
Store, la Bbew'i Row, wbers he Intends keeping
a full Una of
ii K O C E It I E H.
11AM8, DRIED DKEF and LARD.
SUGARS and Bl III' PS, of .11 grades.
TEAS, Orecn and Black.
C0PFEK, Roasted aad Ureea.
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
All klnda in the market.
PICKLES, In Jets and barrels.
SPICES, In ercry form and rarlely.
Coal Oil t&l Limp CUnu.871.
And a (ood easortment of tboaa thlnii usually
kept la a Rrooory stors, which be will elebaage
for marketing at the market price.
Will sell for eaah aa ehaaply as any other one.
'Please oall and see his stock aad Judge for
Clearllcld, May 7, 174.
Opposite Post Office,
New Goods I New Prices I
CHOICE LIMB Or TEAM.
. ENGLISH BREAKFAST
Purest la Market.
BUTTER AND liUV
Will be bent and sold at rst coat. Caih paid
for t oaatry 1 rod ace.
Mackerel, Lake Herring, Cod, Ac.
Barrel Pickles and English Pickles.
1'I.OIin AND IT.I'.I).
Flour, Cera Meal, Oat Meal, Ae.
febiitd LYTI.C A MITCHELL.
SQUARE TIMBER & LIMBER,
Has Just opened, at ths old stand, In Graham's
Row, a eomplele stock of
Jf E IF e O O f,
of ercry description.
B0OT8 AND SHOES, "
IN GREAT VARIETY.
ALWATS ON HAND AND FOR
SALE ATA SMALL ADVANCE.
Received b tbe oar load, and told at a small
A luppty of HO PI eoestantly on hand.
Special Inducements offered ta tboee getting oat
Square Timber and Logs, as we deal largely
la Lembermea's Supplies, and are pre
pared at all Umea ta purchase tim
ber aad lumbar.
ED W. GRAHAM,
Oct. M, 1B7K.
OUBLEY k CALDWELL,
BIGLER STATION, FA.
We are agents for tho "Champion" Reaper and
Movar wmhlaed, Ik. Pratt Heme Rats aad
Cammiags' Fodder Caller, aa well as for all klada
ef Stoves aad Hsatara. Samples always oa hand
CaU ea or address ua el WlOlaasgrere, Clear
aid eeaaly, Pa. Juasdl-tm
FIRE CLAY CO,
Furnace Blocks, Gas Retorts,
Stove Ljning8, Paving Tiles, 4.0.
Ihlmnry Topi, HHnHote Cap;
All kinds of Architectural Adornments.
ORIGINAL DESK1NS IN TERRA COTTA
MADE TO ORDER.
Wllh Improved machinery, Drat (.tail material
and akilled workmen, we can warraat all onr
manufecturca to b. equal to If not auperlur to
any ta tne maraeu
Artlclea of our manufacture eaa be seen at the
Works, aear Railrosd Depot, or at the Hardware
Store of u. r, Bigler uo.
All orders from a diatanee, addressed to lb.
General Superintendent, will reeeive prompt at-
J. C). HARTS WICK.
JOHN FERGUSON, Gaa'i Supt.
f Healhllcld, Gernklrk, Scotland,
Supt. Manufacturing Dept. m.j20'7l
H. F. BIGLER & CO.,
II A It 1 W A II E ,
Also. Manufacturers of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
ARMING IMPLEMENTS of all
kinds for sal by
II. F. BIQLEK & CO.
for sals by
II . F. BIGLER A CO.
QIL, PAINT, PUTTY, GLASS,
Nails, .tc, for salt hy
II. F. BIGLER 4 CO
A UN ESS TRIMMINGS 4SUOE
Findings, for sal. by '
II. F. BIGLER I CO.
Q. UN S, PISTOLS SWORDCANES
For sal. by
II. F. BIGLER ft CO
gTOVES, OK ALL SORTS AND
8iiss,for sal. by
II. F. BIGLER ft CO
RON I IRON I IRON 1 IRON I
For sale by
U. F. BIGLER ft CO.
ORSK SUOES k 1IORSE SHOE
SAILS, for sals by
II. F. BIGLER ft CO
pULLEY BLOCKS, ALL SIZES
And hsat Manufacture, for sals by
H. F. BIGLER ft CO.
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE
BOXES, for sal. by
H. F. BIGLER ft CO.
RODDER CUTTERS for sale by
a-cn-30-70 II. F. BIGLER ft CO.
MISS H. S. SWAN'S
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
rnill WINTER AND SPRING TERMS will
X close May IWtb, 1874.
TERMS OF TUITION.
Reading, Orthography, Writing, Ohject Las
sons. Prlmarv Aritbmetis and Primary
Geography- t7 M
History, Local and deeoriptive Geography
with Man Drawing. Orammar. Mental
and Written Arithmetic t tt
Algebra and the Sciencea It 00
Inatruction ia taetramental musle..H.... 10 00
Oil paiallng, 14 l.uons.. 11 00
Wei work S 00
For full purtioulers send for Circular.
ClearBeld, March 11, 1874. IhMO-y
The Bell's Run Woolen Factory,
Penvtowntbip, Clearfield Co., Pa.
BURNED O If T 1
Tbe subscribers bave, at great expense, rebuilt
ueijtbbornood necessity, in tbe erection of a first-
class Woolen Manufactory, with all the modern
improvements attached, and are prepared to make
all hintls of Clothe, Casslmores, Hattnetts, Blan
kets, Flannels, c Plenty of goods oa hand to
supply all our old ana a thousand new customers,
whom we ask te eome and examine onr stoea.
The basinets of
CARDING AND FILLING
wilt receive our especial attention. Proper
arrangements will be made to receive and deliver
Wool, to suit onstomers. All worn warraniea anu
done upon the shortest notice, and by strict atten
tion to business wo hope to realise a liberal share
of public patronage.
KMMNI POUNDS WOOL WANTED I
We will nav the bifbest market price for Woo
and sell our manufactnred goods ae low ae similar
goods can be bought in tbe county, and whenever
we fall to render reaeonable satitfaetiea wa can
always be found at home ready to make proper
explanation, either in person or y letter.
.1 Aetna juunnun cunn,
tr.ril.olf Dower P. 0.
fP ECONOMY IS AN OBJECT,
Furnishing Goods, &o.f
D. STEWART & SON'S
Tlioy liocp full lino of
Mcn't, Youths' cfc Boys' Clothing.
Also, Umbrellas, Bstchells, Orerolli
tlats, Shirts, I ndorsliirtB, And .
Drawors, fto., ,
Whloh they will aril at atoet reasonable prices.
Call and esamine th.tr goods before purchasing
elsewhere. Room la Maaaloa Building.
Cloarleld, Pa., April 1, 1174. , .
The Best ii the Cheapest I
Thomas Reilly has received aaatlme large kit af
Mitchell Waroai," which are among the vary
beat aaufaetarea, aad which he will cell at tho
ost raasoaabl. num. Ills stock tacla4ea almost
all deeeriptloae af wegnea larg. aad smell, wid.
aad Barrow Ire... Call aa4 eea them.
apr8'74 THOMAS REILLY.
J. R. M'MURRAY
WILL SITPI.T TOtt WITH ANT ARTICLE
OK MRRCIIANDISI AT THE VERY LOWEST
PRICE. COME AND SEE. (luWtiy)
JIIRTICCrl db COMHTABLBeV VHt
Wo ban printed a large aamber f Ua aww
FKI BILL, aad will ea the receipt af Iweaty.
Irs seats, mail a epy I. aar adders. myM
Sirittrirr, Itswarr, U.
jook out fcb xun
T. J. HUBBARD & CO.,
STOVES & RANGES,
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
& Copper Ware,
PLUMBERS & liAS FITTERS,
Near Marital Street, Clearfield,
Will kern oa hand all the best Cook Stoves.
Ranges, llcatieg Stoves and Furnaces la tbe
market, among which we meatioa tbe Argand
Rang., Victor Cool, Dlamoad Slate and Eclipse,
all of which for beauty of design, aad ehoapoeaa
cauaot be aurpaaeed la tbe market. All el oar
Steves ws warrant to give entire satlafeelioa, or
the Stove can be rolurued In tea daye. Old
atovee lakva In imiI ey ... new mm. We keae
oa nana ail oi to a tataat ana noei
H...I.e.l. mtt...tlnun Marl Ida I ha rtatl ftlf in AT I
all kinds ol Stoves, Kanges aad Fernaoes.
M own m.nnfutare. of all klnda. which
which will be acid cheep for eaah, by wholesale
or retail. All our ware is mads oat of oaa and
two orors lio, and warranted t. b. Just as we
Tin Roofing and Spouting
dona at abort notice and oa most reasonable
terms, and repairing neatly nnd promptly exe
PLUMBING, AND GAS FITTING
done aud all jobs warranted perfect. Will keep
on band Uas Fixtures, of all kiads, and fit up
bousea with Ranges, Bath Boilers, bath TmU,
8 ho wer Batbs, Wash Stands, Sinks and Water
Parties wishful an -thiol done la our line will
do well to give ns a call, as we are determined to
please all in regard to price anu eiyie 01 w-n-mansbip.
T. J. Hubbard will personally super
intend all work entrusted to our care,
junet T. J. Ill DBA KD A CO.
piN AVAUE, STOVES,
WATSON, NICHOLS & CO.,
Havlnc boot-fat tbo Hardware Store and Tin
fibap formerly belonging to W. A. Dale, we
intend Keeping lor eate everyiwing psMwagitig
tbe business, and will endeavor to sell ae low far
oaifa ae eaa bo bought this side of Philadelphia.
At war establishment may ba found at all timoe
a full tupply 01
Shelf and Heary Hardware,
SHEET-IRON AND TIN-WARE,
Cook and Heating Stoves,
Nails, rti&ts, Oilf, Glut, Putty,
Farming Implements of all Kinds,
s.i n mill ri.roi.rG8,
HORSE SHOE NAILS,
Wood and Willow-Ware, Oil Cloths, 4c
C4T-TIN SP0CTIN0 dons low and belt of
WATSON, NICHOLS A CO,
Carweasrillc, Pa., Jan. 1, 1874.
G. S. FLEGAL.
OILS A VARNISH,
PUTTY A GLASS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE!
Th. sal.hratad Teled. AnU-Freeeiag Oalraalaed
IRON-LINED WOODEN PUMPS.
N. better Pempe ta the market.
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS,
LAMP FLUBS, af all kiads,
LAMP FIXTURES, Ac
All al lowest prices. 114T4
utlal Street, Phllipvbarf, Fa.
The waderalgaed is aow arapared la fa raise
tbe public with an eioellcat quality af
Bellefonte Wood-Burned Lime,
for plastering parpo.ee, by th. large er small
quantity. Caa b. foand for the present el Fie's
aew baildlng. aa Marhet street
eetl lf L. E. McCCLLOl'aH.
Monntaln Echo Cornet Band,
CURWENSVILLE, FA. -,
MU8I0 fural.lud for Plealos, Festl.ali, Coa
eerts. Leeterea, Ac, tm reasoaahle terms.
Addresa, , t. E. SHINER, lea',
mayllm Catweaitllm, Pa.
County National Bank,
nv nLKAftVIBLD. PA.
00H In Masonic Building, one door aorlh of
an ff Ur.iann'i lirnst lllnra.
! al.L... . ..rf rVnaaa I.t.taM fi.iaaoaa.
town, Ulasgow, London, Paris and Copenhagen.
Also. Irelt for aaio on tue noyai sni wi mwn
and Imperial Beak of Loadoa.
f el It ami BD .v.v cav."!
W. M. SBAW, Ca.hi.r- 1U)1
J. D. M'Olrk. Edward Parks.
BANZLNO ft COLLECTION HOUSE
Saeeessors le Foster, Fsrks, A Co.,
Phlllpskar, Centre) tewaty. Pa.
W1IXHE all Ua bullaeaa ef a Baaklag Uea--wll
ee traaaecled promptly aad apoa 0.
oat favoraole terma rnarT-U
DREXEL & CO.,
Me. 4 elk Third Btreet, Philadelphia
And Dealers In Government Securities.
Jlppncalioa oy men w... rl -----
Una end ell Informulloa eheorfullv furaiaked,
Orders eolloled. Apr"
LEONARD HOUSE, '
(Near the Railrosd Depot,)
A iliara of nubile patronage ia reapeetfally so-
llclted. 4:l'7t S. B. ROW, Frop'r.
(Cor. ef Market A Front atrssts,)
The aad.rslgned having taken charge of this
Hotel, would respectfully aolleit public patronage.
eeU'71 R. NEWTON SHAW.
NEW WASIIINUTON, FA.
Thla new and well furnlibed house has been
laaea nv ta. uaacratgaae. no seeis euandenl ot
bciog nble to render satisfMtioa to tboee wbo may
favor him with a call.
May 0, 1171. 0. W. DAVIS, Prop'r.
Uiposttc um Wirt nouse,
LOCK HAVEN, PE.NN'A.
J.14'71 UAU8EAL A KROM, Prop's
D. JOHNSTON A SONS,
Table always sunplied with tbe boat tbe market
affords. The traveling public Is Invited to call.
n0Vl,73. JaUCfitll AdUlJJ.
THE MANSION HOUSE.
Corner of Second aqd Market Streets, a
CLEAR PI LD, PA.
THIS old aad commodious Hotel has. during
ihe past year, been enlarged ta double Its
former capacity for the enlortaiamen! of ctraa
gere anl (nesu. The whole building baa beet
refurnished, aad the proprietor will spare aa
pains to render his guesta comfortable while
staying with him.
aTTbe 'Mansion Bonae" Omalbni runs te
and from tbe Depot on the arrival aad departure
of each traia. JOHN POUUllKKTY,
a pre-TO tf Proprietor.
(Market 8t, bet. Pecond and Third,)
The eobscriber having become proprietor of
this hotel, would respectfully ask a iiheral share
ei panne patroaage.
Clearfield county, Peau'a.
This old and well establilbed Hotel, beautifully
situated oa the banks of the Susquehanna, la tbe
borough of Curwensville, has beea leaned for a
term ol years by the nndertigned. It has been
entirely refitted, and la now open to the publta
generally and the traveling community ia par
ticular. Mo pains will bo spared to render guests
comfortable while tarrying at this house. Ample
8 tabling room for tbe aooommodatlon of teams.
fiapt, 18, 107t-tf. KLI BLOOM.
Dr. A. tt. HILLS
Would say to his patients and the pub
with Dr. Shew, he Is aow ioing the entire wort
of his oflee himself, so that patleats need not fear
being put under tbe hands of aay ether operator.
Clearfield, March 10, 1 a73.pdJ0n.ce 71
J. M. STEWABT, D. 0. S.,
OBos over Irwla's Drag Stare,
All deatal operations, either la the mechanical
er operative branch, promptly attended la aad
eatiafactioa gaaraaleed. Special attention paid
tc the treatment of diseases of tbe natural teeth,
gnms nnd mouth. Irregularity ef the teeth no
de, .felly corrected. TeothoxIreetodwtthoatpeiBj
by the ass of Ether, aad artitctai teeth ia carted
of the beat material aad warranted te render sat
OF TtlE OR BAT i . ;
REDUCTION OF PRICES I
BY . PORTER fill AW, D. D, ft.
IMPORTANT r RUTH 8:
llavini snt-eeeded In aettina a liuhter tariff oa
material, heaee the lets and stWoTrafe charge for
partial nod full eeta af Teeth. I nee tbe beet
maaafactara of teeth and other material. All
operations registered and warranted to give ser
vice and satisfaction.
Friends, reflect that my efaaraea for the laser-
tloa of artificial and the flaring of the natural
teeth are now tbe moat reaaoaable in Peansylvania.
Preserve your teeth and yon preeerro your health.
Putting of the natural teta In a health v. ore
aervativeaad aeefhl eoaditioa Is made a specialty.
Diseases and malformatiooseommoa to the month.
faw and eeeooiate parts, are treated and eorraetod
with fair aaccses. Miamiaatione aad eonsaJta-
It would be well for patleats from A distance ta
let me know by snail a Ce days beture eoming
to tbe offlea.
It Is rery Important lhat children between tba
ageaof si i and tweiva years shoal d have their
Aomttbetics are admlaitUred aad Teeth re-
moved with oat pain.
Dispoaitieus aad ahamoter ara Judged hy all
tbo world by tbe expressions of tbe face, henea
how very disastrous mar It therefore be for nor
tons to indulge an expreesioa of distorted feataraa,
area apart from a hygienic view. Now, to enjoy
aatura. (not artificial) comforts and pleaaurea,
rtupeoi and obey natural simnlrttit and instinct.
H. f URTKR 8UAW, D. I. H.
Office la New Maaoale Bulldina. Second street.
Clearfield, Pa. mayl471
X) FARMERS 1
And till Personi who wixih to do the
Labor of Ten Men ,
By one man and the Intwatment af a faw dollara
la machinery, wa offer
Woods' The Buckeye Movers,
which here eteod the tort ef twenty years, la
which time there baa hoea mare id tii -
china made aad sold lhaa of ail other machiaee
combined, la the Ualted States. The Woods'
aiaehlaa leek the tret prise at Vienna, Aaetrla,
la competition wilk all the machines af ta.
world. We else Mil the Ithlca. Hegerslswa and
Coatee . . - . -1-
M i.l 'i'
nmHw aa oe uaaae ur nee eeet biuhu
eu .. .a.y oo nos eo toeir worn rtgai, we win
leke them beck aad refund the money. We else
SPROUTS SffftAft AND SELLtS' barfocn'
FustKS, FULLIE8, Ae.
THRRftHlaa MACHINRa, I !
ot ail kinds, bat mostly Ellis A IMmea'a eae.
horasaread. ., . . , , , ), . . i. ,
BUCK ETE SRAIIf DRILLS, CIDER MILLS,'
rsfljiinu atbua, " 1 :i
and all other aackiaes In ear IW. '
Twe ear leads ef aaacklaee last reeelred. De
ant fall te call. M. U. lilluWN A BRO.
At Meat Market, e Market street, Cle.r4.ld,
i. , jaaesite ,
BARGAINS IN MUSICAL IX
BTRUMRNTSI Oriaas. Beth a.w aa4
iioad band, ai the Mule hure, e,ae.ite aaiich a.
Furaiter. Store. All pereoae letsreated ere lavl
ted to call m4 examine a aew etyl. of Orfaa .oar
aa aikibitiea. Sheet Mail, aad Mast. Bmkt
eoeetcllyea had. apU4 TTtf
IB IIAI.K The aadaraignsel Kim tot
aale a raiweble towa nroaertr Ik the keraeh
ef Cleerlcld. Lot seal Ki tact, with a good twe.
story plea a hiaas th.r.ea erected, with three'
reeaa deem etntraenal fewrbeA mai wa sUlra, 1
Also, erwlee room aad bath raoa ea eeeead weoff,
Hmase aalsaed eempleta free, cellar aa ellta.
Ueed doable Bene and good water. - Freae rem. -Bowahle
an. parmectta easy, , i t
aamgt , . WM. M. llaCVldeOOOH
JoilTbTF iTERMcriF. ,
Hon aeeUy eieoated al lies oatea, , (, vr