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CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 3, 1865.
.. .The Peeling in Eichmond.
We have , read with a good deal of care,
the letters from the city of Richmond which
hare been published in our exchanges, and
we are bound to say, that we see as yet very
little indication of a Union feeling in that
city. . The preachers refuse to pray for the
President of the United States. The wo
inert hold aloof from us. " The rebel soldiers
remaining in the place are guilty of much
insolence, and a general tone of offensive
bravado is prevalent. There is a way to
correet this style of feeling. If the obdu
rate rebelj prefer that way, on their heads
be it. If they reject proffered kindness and
make a vaunt of their treason, they can be
taught, that the Government which was
Btrong enough to overthrow their armies, is
strong enough to make private malice re
strict itself within decent bounds. We
Mcrder Trial in Carlisle. Howard
Rupert, Lewis Rupert and Henry Rupert
have just been tried at Carlisle, for the
murder of. W. Vanesdlen, at Centerville,
Cumberland county, on the 31st of Decem
ber last. Vanesdlen was a deserter from
the army, and the Ruperts attempted to ar
rest him. While doing so, Howard Rupert
ehot him, causing his death in less than an
hour afterwards. The facts developed at
the trial proved a previous determination on
the part of the Ruperts to kill Vanesdlen.
After a trial of three days, the jury return
ed a verdict of murder in the first degree
againct Howard Rupert, and murder in
the second degree against Lewis Rupert and
An invention has been patented which
consits in combining Petroleum and oil
waste, or raw Petroleum oil, cow dung, coal
dust and water to form artificial fuel, the
proportions of the ingredients being varied
according as the fuel is intended for domes
tic or locomotive and marine purposes. It is
believed that this new fuel will give far great
er heat with less expense than any other fuel
now in general use and that it will also be in
the highest degree advantageous for steam
ers going on long voyages and for engines in
many confined places, such as mines, from
the fact that so much heat producing mate
rial may be packed in a small place.
v- Decreased Exports op Specie The
shipments of specie from New York stt
week amounted to less than eighty-four thuo
sand dollars, while for the corresponding
week last year the aggregate exports foe ted
up over three millions one hundred and thir
ty seven thousand The influx of gold from
California and foreign countries now avera-
:ea nearly a million a week. The gold specu
ators will soon have plenty of material to
operate with, but they will have to he con
tent with small profits and occasional heavy
President Andrew Johnston is redeem
ing his pledges. His promptness in dispo
sing of the strangely foolish blunder of Gen.
Sherman, will give him the entire confi
dence of his countrymen. We want now a
man of nerve and decision, and we are de
lighted to prcceive that Mr. Lincoln's
successor will prove equal to the occasion.
He has a people behind him, who will stand
by him in every measure he takes' to enforce
the law, and punish criminals. .
Boston Female Book-keepers. A
Boston paper, talking of the number of sur
plus women in Massachusetts, says: We
happen to know that twenty-four young
women graduated at one of the commercial
schools last autumn, with credentials that
they .were fitted to serve as book-keepers.
Twenty-one ' of these young women are
stin in tne city without emnlovment some
of them having been five months seeking it
Kenttckt Blacks in ttie Army. A
recent official report shows that 21,000 col
ored men baVP llPpn fmlistfil in tlm amir in
Kentucky; 1,000 were drafted; 2,000 ran
.away' and enlisted in Indiana, Tennessee
and Ohio. Eleven new regiments are being
organized, which, when completed will make
me quota oi ,a,ouu colored men Ironi Iven
tucky. Over 100 negroes a day are enlist
is directed "ta remove fonrdiwltli fmm n
much of the Capitol as is under his care all
intoxicating liquors, and hereaiterto exclude
liquors in every torm trom the Senate por
tion Of the Cankol." Tf Tift nhpva Mmf nnfw
he will have to insert a gimlet and spigot
into several Senators that we know, lie
couidn t draw off the liquor in any other way
- Pkett y Incident. The female employ
ees of the Treasury Department called on
the President on Saturday, and some time
wasspent'in handshakin?. Several beautiful
boquets were presented to him, one of
-wnicn naa a card accompanying it with the
inscription, "May- the Angels of - the Lord
encamp around thee.
Still Going. It is reported that when
Jeff. Davis heard of Lee's surrender he was
at Danville, and that at nine o'clock the
same eveninc he left for Greensboro N. O.
Before his departure he stated to friends
that his destination was Texas, where he
. proposed to make a last stand.
. Historical Rebel.--Among the parol
fcd rebel nrisonrs! is tlipinrliri.lnnlm'i rli-w
farm the first shot was fired in the battle of
Manasses, vho is said also to bo the propri
. etor of the house in which was -signed the
, terms ot surrender of Lee s army.
NVVT BT). In rpnlv in . tlitt currrrncf Inn
. - - I J .. l.H. . I . fc. . V. L 1 ' J 1 1
' that the negrees will come in large numbers
- xo tne ionu, a writer m tue Cincinnati tia
.. tette says " You might as well expect the
monkeys of Central America to run up to
the Arties. -
' An awkward man. attemntinff to enrvfi n
, goose dropped, it on the floor. . "There
now l'exclaimed his, wife, "we've lost our
dinner." "Oh, no, my dear," answered he,
"it's safe, have got my foot on it ' ' ; ; :
, Why should potatoes grow better than
. any other, vegetables? Because they have
,r eyes to see what they are doing. .
War has re-commenced in New Zealand,
and the British troops have suffered consid-
TERMS OF TFIE JOURNAL.
The Rafthmak'b Joctrxal ii published on Wed
nesday at S2. 00 per annum in advance. If not
paid at the beginning of the year. S2.50 will be
charged, and $3.00 if not paid before the close of
Advertisements will be inserted at 51,50 per
square, for three or less insertions Ten lines
(or lees) counting anquare. For every additional
insertion 50 cents will be charged. A deduction
will be made to yearly advertisers.
No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un
til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of
the publisher. S. J. KOW.
ED. A. IRYIN
MERCHANT AND DEALER IS LUMBER
CURWEX STILLS, PA. ;
Of every.description, just received at the ?'Cor
ner Store." and selling as low lor Cash and coun
try produco as can be bought elsewhere in the
county. The stock consists of Dry Goods, Gro
ceries, Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Willow-ware,
Woodenware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Ready-made clothing. Flour, Bacon, Molasses,
Svruns. Rice. Fruits, Candies. Nuts, etc. Pur
chasers shonld see the goods and post them
selves in pnees. July id, 1804,
"WHAT IS IT?"
GREAT EXCITEMENT IN GLEN HOPE, PA
EVERYBODY SEEMS PLEASED.
And Whv Should Thev Not Be ?
Surely, the people in that section of Clearfield
county havo great reason to be rejoicea over
the pleasing announcement that
has just opened in his New Store Room, the larg
est and best selected stock of goods ever brought
to that part of the county of (Jloarueld.
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
The undersigned having removed Lis store to
his New Building on Pine street, Glen Hope, op
posite the "Lnioji House," is now opening and ot
fcring to the public the largest and best selected
stork of seasonable goods ever offered in this
place ar.d neighborhood, and will be sold at pri
ces to suit the times.
His Stock embraces Dry-Goods, Notions, Hard
ware, Queens-ware, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Ready made clothing, Paints. Oils, Glass, Nails,
Bacon, Fish, Flour, Salt; Willow, Stone and Earthen-ware,
' OF DRY-GOODS, he has Cloths. Cassimers, Sat
tinetts, Tweeds, .Vestings, Flannels. Shirtings.
Prints. Coburg cloth, Alpacas, De Laines. Ging
hnus, Chintz, Kerchief , Nubias, Sontags. Nan
kin, Lawns, Linen. Lace Edgings, Collars, Trim
mings, Braids. Vails, etc.
OF HARDWARE, he has axes, saws, chisels,
knives and forks.-' locks, hinges, screw?, augers,
hammers, nails, spikes. Stoves of various patterns
and sizes, flat irons, etc ' .
OF GROCERIES, he has coffee, sugar, molas
ses, teas, rice, pepper, cinamon, cloves, Flour,
hams, sides, shoulders, fish, etc.
. OF QUEENSWARE, he has tea sets, cups and
saucers, cream jugs, tea and coffee pots, pitchers
bowls, plates, di.-hes, tc. s-
OF CLOTHING, he has coats, pants, vests, un
dershirts, shirts, drawers, neck-tics, gloves, socks,
hats, caps, boots, shoes, etc. -
All the above, and numerous other articles, for
sale cheap for cash, or exchanged for all kinds of
lumber and country produce. .
Remember, that I am receiving goodg weekly
from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
Pittsburg, and that any goods can be furnished
on very short notice. -.
Call "nd examine the goods and prices and sat
isfy yourselves of the utility of buying -et '
Gln Hope, December 23, 1S63.
BOYSTON SHOWERS GRAHAM
That's The Place !
E0YNT0N, SHOWE'dS AND GSaHAM.
Have received their first' supply of Seasonable
Goods. which they are now offering for sale at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Their stock consists of a general variety oi
Dry-Goods. Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens-ware,
Tin-ware. Willow-ware. Wooden-ware, Provisions,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, and Clothing, Ac. .
For the Ladies.
They would call especial attention to the large
and good assortment of new styles and patterns of
Such as Scarfs, Hoods, Nubias, Sontags, Sacques,
Mantles, Shawls, and Hats. Also the latest
styles of Bonnets, and an assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
now opening, consisting of Plain and Fancy Silks,
Delaines, Alpacas, Ginghams, Dncals. Prints, Me.
linos, Cashmeres, Flaids, Brilliants, Poplins. i?e
rcgo. Lawns. Nankins, Linen, Lnce, Edgings, Col
erettes. Braids. Belts, Veils, Nets, Corsetts, Nu
bias, Hoods, Coats, Mantels, Balmoral skirts, Ho
siery, Gloves, Bonnets, Flowers, Plumes. Ribbons,
Hats. Trimmings, Buttons, Combs. Shawls, Braid.
Muslins, Irish Linens, Cambrics, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Bobinets, Mulls, Linen Handkerchiefs etc.
Of Mens Wear "
They have also received a large and well select
ed Stock, consisting ot Cloths, Plain and Fancy
Cassimeres, Cashmerets, Tweeds, Jeans, Cordu
roys. Bever-Teen, Linens, Handkerchiefs. Neck'
ties, Hosiery, Gloves, Hats, Caps, Scarfs, etc., eto.
In the latest styles and - of the best material,
consisting of Coats, Panta, Vests, Shawls, Over
coats. Drawers, Cashmere and Linen Shirts, etc.
Of Boots and Shoes,
They havo a large assortment for Ladies and Gen
tlemen, consisting of Top Boots, Brogans, Pumps
Gaiters, Balmoral Boots, Slippers, Monroes, eto.
Groceries and Provisions
Such as Coffee. Syrups, Sugar, Rice, Crackers,
Vinegar, Candles. Cheese, Flour. Meal, Bacon,
Fish, coarse and fine Salt, Teas, Mustard, etc.
t , Coal Oil Lamps,
Coal oil, Lamp chimneys, Tinware a great variety,-Japanware,
Egg beaters. Spice boxes, Wire
Ladels, Sieves, Dusting pans, Lanterns, eto., etc.
- Carpets, Oil-cloth,
Brooms. Brushes. Baskets, Washboards, Buckets,
Tubs, Churns Wall-paper, Candle wick. Cotton
yarn and Batting, Work baskets. Umbrellas, eto.
. Rafting Hopes, .
Augers, Axes, Chisels, Saws, Files, Hammers,
Hatchets, N-als. Spikes, Gri d stones. Stoneware,
Trunks, Carpet bags, Powder, Shot, Lead, eto.
' ' School Books,
Writing and Letter paper, Fancy note and com
mercial paper, pons, pencils and ink. copy books,
slates, ink stands, fancy and common envelopes.
Shoe Findings, Glass and Putty, Flat irons and
Coffee mills. Bed cords and Bed screws, Matches,
Stove blacking, .Washing soda and Soap, etc. - '
Patent Medicines, Perfumery of various kinds,
Fancy soaps, Oils. Paints. Varnishes, and in fact
every thing usually kept in a first class Store.
They invite all persons tocall and examine their
stock, and hope to giv entire satisfaction.
,.'.'... B0 YNTON, SHOWERS 4 GRAHAM
, -CJeaxfleW, PaDeo. Itlx, 1864. - v -v
A LARGE STOOK OF GLASS, paints, oil,
l wh ite lead, etc.. at E. A. IKVIN S
PnOTOGRAPniC ALBUMS, foreale a.
Hartwick A Hutr.n" f.i.-rfield. Pi .
Pittsburg Saw Works.
IIUBBARDS AND LONG, ' . .. v
Manufacturers of Patent Ground ; Circulars
warranted cast steel saws of every description
Mill, Mnlay, Cross-cut, Gang and all other varie
ties. All kinds of knives and springs made from
sheet cist steel. Extra lefined Reaper and Mow
ing knives, Ac Particular attention paid to re
toothing, gumming and straightening circular
saws ; together with repairing of all iinds. Ware
house and Works, corner of Water and Short
streets, Pittsburg, Pa. April 13, 1S64-1 yp.
o. w. HcBBARn : : : : s. n.nnnBARD : ." : : s.-a. loo.
Life Insurance at Home.
The Pcnn Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
, 021 Chest.vut Street, Phil'a.
Insures Lives on favorable terms, and will issue
Policies on any of the approved plans of insurance.
Assets liable to losses 1,221,289 71.
Surplus divided Annually. Losses paid prompt
ly Premiums may be paid in cash; annually,
semi-annually or quarterly; jr one-half in cash,
and one-half in note. By a supplement to the
charter, notes hereafter received will participate
in all Dividends or Surplus. Scrip certificates up
to January, 1809, inclusive, are now receivable in
payment of premiums
Ageney, at the ofiice of H. B. Swoope, Clear
field, Pa.. Dr J. G. Hartswick, Medical Exami
ner. August 24, 1864.
GRAND OPENING OF
C. Wr. & II. W. SMITH'S,
comprising a general assortment of
Dry-Goods, Groceries, Queens-ware,
Wooden-ware, Boots and Shoes,
Notions, &c., &c, &c.
Best quality of Prints, Delaines, Moiambiques,
Linen, Poplins, Balzarines, Lavellas, Ginghams
check, drilling, ticking and sheeting, shawls,
plain silks, fowlard silks, cassamcres cottonades,
jeans, tweeds, satinetts. bleached muslins at less
than city wholesale prices) brown muslins.
HOSIERY, Gloves, Ribbons,Trimmings, But
tons, (in great variety) collars, velvet ribbon, veils,
headnets. embroidery. braMs. handkershiefs. la
dies elastic pages, whalebones, bindings, chil
dren', mioses', and ladies' hoop skirts, Quaker
and Corset Skirts,
SEW STYLE BALMORALS.
Sugar. Tea. Coffee, Molasses. Spices.tc, Oranges,
Split Peas, Lemons, Full Tea Setts, Dishes, com
mon and fine ware, cups. saucers. preservejars Ac.
. TUBS, Brooms. Churns, Mops. Buckets, Meas
ures, brushes, combs, wicks, fancy baskets, bowls,
door-mats, window blinds, cords, tassels, etc., etc.
Childrcns, Misses and Ladies' morocco boots,
shoes, balmorals. and gaitors. ,
HO! FOR IRWIN'S.
SECOND SUPPLY OF
JCST RECEIVED AT
WILLIAM i IRWLV'S STORE,
OS MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD, PA.
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
Seasonal) le Goods
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
'CHEAP CASH STORE.
The undersigned has just received from the East
ern cities a large and well selected stock of the
most seasonable goods, which he can dispose of at
tha reasonable prices. His friends and custom
ers are invited to examine his stock of goods, and
ascertain the prices before purchasing elsewhere
as he leels persuaded none undersell him. His
stock embraces a well selected assortment of
... DRY-GOODS AXD AOTIO.NS,
DKUUS, OILS, PAINTS AND GLASS.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AXD CAPS, :
BUCKETS AND BASKETS,
School Books and Stationary,
NAILS AND SALT,
And a great variety of other useful articles, all
which will be sold cheap for cash, or ex
changed for approved produce.
Go to the "cheap cash storo"' if you want to buy
goods at fair prices.
Dec 21, 1S64. ' WM. F. IRWIN.
"RALLY 'ROUND THE COUNTFS. BOYS."
. New ISong
TILE 2D SERIES.
Of Grand Races have commenced on
the Lumber-City course!
OPEN FOB, COMPETITION
Every Jay, ( Sundays excepted. ) A prize
for everybody. Apply immediately to
the proprietors, Kirk t'- Spencer,
at their Ao Cteap Store,
in Lumber-City, Pain1 a.
The fact can be no longer denied the people
have said it. the people know it. and everybody
believes it, that the new store is the place to buy
cheap goods, to buy new goods, to buy fashiona
ble goods, to buy any kind of goods you want.
The summer stock, now opening at Kirk & Spen
cer's, is the largest, the best assorted and best
that ever came to the place.
. Ladies can find delaines, alpacas, merinos,
eaphmeres. French and American ginghams. lawns,
plaids, nankins, berege.cambrics. muslins, balmo
ral and hoop skirts, silk and cloth mantles, veils,
edgings, lace, braid, nets, corsets, belts, collaretts,
hosiery, gloves, ribbons, bonnets, hats, trimmings,
bobinett, mull and swiss muslins, shawls, combs,
wristlets, linen handkerchiefs, toilet articles, Ac.
Gentlemen can find coats, pants, vests, boots,
shoes, bats, caps, collars, neck-ties, suspenders,
shirts, handkerchiefs, perfumery Ac.
Children can find toys in great variety, candies,
It is the place to buy your dry goods ; your gro
ceries, your boots and shoes, hats, caps and bon
nets ; your notions, your hardware, scythes, forks,
shovels, hoes, rakes; your brooms, cedar and wil
low ware; your clocks and looking glasses; your
stone and queensware ; your flour, fish and bacon ;
your glass, putty, paints, oil and varnish ; your
nails and spikes ; in tact anything you want. . If
you wish the highest cash ptiee for yourproduce,
your butter, eggs, grain, flax-seed, rags, timber,
boards and shingles, it is the place to exchange to
the best advantage to yourselves Anyarfcle not
on hand will be ordered on short notice. Ladies
wishing bonnets or dress goods can have them or
dered by calling at Kirk .fc Spencera cheap store,
as special arrangements have been made for that
purpose. , -
do not wish to wound or seriously hurt any
body, but will do our utmost to maintain the rep
ntation we have won, of Helling goods a little
lower than anybody else.
"Rally 'ronnd the counter, boys!", and be con
vinced of the truth of our assertions.
- Lumber-city, June 24. KIRK 4 SPENCER.
- c IF V
499 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
THE attention of the Public and the trade is invited to our NEW SCALE 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD
PIANO FORTES, which for volume and purity of tone are unrivalled, by any hitherto offered in
this market. They contain all the modern improvements, French Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame, Over-Strung Bass, Ac. and each instrument being made under the personal supervision of
Mr. J. II. Grovesteex, who has had a practical experience of over 30 years in this manufacture, is
fully warranted in every particular.
The "Grovesteen Piano Fortes" received the highest award of merit over
all others at the celebrated World's Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments from the best makers of London, Paris. Germany, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Boston, and New York ; and also at the American Institute tor fivs successive years, the
gold and silver medals from both of which can be seen at our ware-room
By the introduotion of improvements we make a still more pertect Piano Forte, and by manu
facturing largely, with a strictly cash system, are cnabed to offer, these instruments at a price which
will prelude all competition.
Prices. No. 1. Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood plain case S275.
No. 2. Seven Octave, roanj corners, Rosewood heavy moulding $300.
No. 3. Seven Octave, round corners. Rosewood Louis XIV style S325. a fac simile of the
above cut. Terms: Net Cash in current funds.
Descriptive circulars sent free. New Yor, March 15, 1S63 "A. c,"
CLEARFIELD HOUSE, CLEARFIELD
PA. The subscriber having purchased the
furniture and interest from H. II. Morrow, in said
House, is now prepared for the reception of tran
sient and permanent boarders. Every depart
ment connected with his establishment will be
conducted second to none in the county. He res
pectfully solicits a share of public patronage.
July 11, lgfiO.-y. GEO. N. COLBLRN.
JUST RECEIVED AT.
UUbAr JfcWfcLltJ hlUKK
Graham's Row. Clearfield, Pa., a fine assortment ol
WATCHES JEWELRY, Ac, Ac, to which we in
Gold and Silver hunting and open faced watch
es. to be had at NAUGLE'S.
The American Lever of different qualities, can
be had at NACGLE'S.
Fine setts of Jewelry, such as Cameo, Coral, La
va, Jett, Carbuncle, Garnett, Opal. Florentine Mo
saic. Gold Stone Mosaic, Porcelain paintings, Ac.
or single pieces at NAUGLE'S.
Plain gold Breastpins, Eardrops, Hoop Ear rings
children's ear drops and rings at NAUGLE'S.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at N AUG LE'S.
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt studs, fvl
buckles and guard slides at NAUGLE'S.
A fine assortment of gold finger rings of differ
ent styles and quality, gold lockets, coral neckla
ces, silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards and
all articles in his line, on hand at NAUGbhi'S.
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancy and
common Clocks, and Fancy Time-pieces, from 1,25
to 15 dollars at . NAUGLE'S.
Old Gold and Silver will be taken in exchange
All goods warranted as represented, or the mo
ney reiunded, at NAUGLE'S.
If you wish your watches put io good repair
and warranted, take tsiB r NAUGLE'S.
Desires to inform his old friends and customers
that, having enlarged his shop and increased his
facilities for manufacturing, he is now prepared
to make to order such furniture as may be desir
ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash. He
mostly has on hand at his "Furniture Rooms,"
a varied assortment of furniture, among which is,
BUREAUS ASD SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centra, Sofa. Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen-ny-Jjind
and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, 4c.
Rooking and ArmChairs,
Spring-seat, Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs ;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hnnd, and new glasses for
old frames, which will be put in on very
' reasonable terms, on short notice. ' ..
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order, Hair.
Corn-husk, Hair. and Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFIAS, OF EVERY KIND,
Made to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, House painting done to order.
The above, and many other articles are furnished
to customers cheap for cash or exchanged for ap
proved country produce. Cherry, Maple. Poplar,
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on Maritet street, Clear
field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Store."
December 4, 18S1 . JOHN GUELICH.
Have just opened a large and splendid assort
at their old Stand in Clearfield. Penn'a.
They have the best assortment of Hardware that
has ever been brought to this county, which they
will sell at the most reasonable prices, among
which will be found a splendid lot of cuttlery. to
which they invite the special attention of the
On hand an assortment of heavy silver-plated
Forks. Spoons, and Butter knives, of the best
A lot of pistols of the best patterns, and other
fire-arms. Also a general assortment of : pistol
cartridges; all of which will be sold at reasona
' They continue to manufacture all kinds of tin
ware, brass kettles, stove pipe. etc.. which cannot
be surpassed in this section of the state.
They also have on hand Pittsburg Plows, a
tnong which are steel centre lever plows. ' Also.
Plow castings, and othemgricultural implements.
Cook stoves', and Parlor and Coal stoves a gen
eral assortment, and of the best patterns, for sale
at reasonable prices.
Coal oil. Coal oil lamps, vaints. oils and var- i
nishes, a general assortment. Glass, putty, nails,
iron, and castings, a great variety; in fact almost
anything that may be wanted by the public can
be found in their establishment, and at prices that
cannot be beat.
- Now is the time to purchase, if you desire any
thing in their line of business. Give them a call
and examine their stock, and they feel assured
that you can be accommodated. .
Remember, their establishment is on 2d Street
Clearfield, Pa- where you can buy goods to the
very best advantage. .. .. v ,. . r
Old silver, copper, brass, pewter and old east
ings will be taken in exchange for goods,
j May 13,-183. JRjlELL BIQLZK. '
i." J'.,'3 -
GROVESTEEN & CO.,
ITIODDKR CUTTERS of a superior mak
I F for sale at reasonal le prises, a MEURELL
and BIGLEK'S. Clearfiei, Pa
SALT! SALT!! SALT !!! .V prime arti
cle of ground alum salt, put up in pared
9a-Ks. at S3.25 per suck, at the cheap cash stoi of
November 27. K. MOSSO
BONDS AND NOTES FOR SALE The
undersigned is prepared to furnish, to those
seeking investments, Government and county
bonds. Also five per cent Government notes.
H B. SWOOPE.
Clearfield May 4. 1SC4. Att'y at Law
R. A. M. HILLS Dr.SIRES TO INFORM
his patrons that professional business con-
Vv-Vfii fines him to his office
Mpfi0 the time, and he
-t&S- will therefore be nna
JCf v, OfMCS ble to make Profes-
sional Visits to any of
J-. tbissunimer; butma
a- . v i v m 1 1 1 1 1 t i ."i or nu straw.
-'frA-f'fUi- on the southwest cor
' -r--ty nerof Front and Main
streets at alltimes, except when notice a ipear?
in the town papers to the contrary. July, 1S63
CLEARFIELD NURSERY'. ENCOUR
AGE HOME INDUSTRY. The undersigned
having established a Nursery, on the Pike, about
half way between Curwcnsvjlle and Clearfield
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kinds of Fruit
trees, (Standard and dwarf.) Evergreen-. Shrub
bery, Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Law ton Black
berry. Strawberry and Raspberry virus. Also
Sibrian Crab trees. Quince and early Scarlet Rhcu
barb. Ac. Orders promptly attended o. Address
Aug 31.1354. J.D. WRIGHT, Cnrwensville,
All the Merchants in the neighborhooJ of Cur
wensville. because I have brought on and opened
a large and well assorted stock: oi
which I am selling at extrem -ly low prii es for
cash. My stock embraces all the variety usually
kept in a country store, and selected with an ey
to suit these
I will not, here attempt to enumerate all the arti
cles I keep; and their fabulously low price
which I might do but after you will have So.'n
and examined for yourselves, you will exclaim, in
the language of the Queen of the South
"HALF HAS NOT BEEN TOLD "
I will merely say, come and see lor yourselves,
fori feel satisfied that I can suit ymr tastos as
well as your purses
Lumber and all kinds of produce also taken in
exchange for goods.
Curwengville. Oct. 23, 13(52. J. F. IRVIN.
DRUGS ! IdRUGsIT
FRESH -A.2STXD FXJIE 1
HARTSWICK & HUSTON,
MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD,
Keep constantly on hand a large and well select
ed stock of
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
Perfumery, Toilet Goods
BLANK BOOKS & STATIONARY,
; TOBACCO & SEGARS,
And a general assortment of varieties and fancy
articles. We respectfully invite a call, feeling
confident that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction. April 29, 18C4.
War in Cnrwensville !
Nw Goods Extremely Low.
STILL A GRAND MISTAKE ! ! !
TH AT ALLTHE MERCHANTS AT CURWENS-
ville were wounded. 'Tis true, that I wag 'shot
at. but missed, : but I have procured another new
and large assortment of goods from the city, which
I am disposing of at lower rates than any other
house in the county.
READ!! READ!!! READ!!!!
Among the Ladies' dress goods will be found
Poplins, shaliies,. delains, lawns, and a variety of
other seasonable articles, at the lowest war pri
ces. Ladies who wish to make a good invest
ment should call and examine my stock.
CLOTHING AT REDUCED PRICES !.'!
Rye. oats and corn for sale. Also, bacon, fish,
etc., at very low figures. !
Best sugar at from 12 to 15 cents per pound.
.Best Syrup at 90 cents per gallon. All other
groceries at the same rate. Boots and shoes, and
. Shoe fundings, cheap.
Now is the time to buy, when goods are plenty ;
and all I ask is, or persons to examino my goods
and I feel persuaded they will not go away with
out, purchasirg J. D.. THOMPSON.
Cnrwensrille, May 20th, lSflJ-jal.
Raftsman's Journal Almanac-18C5.
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COUNTY DIRECTOR V
TIME OF HOLDING COURT.
2d Monday in January. 1 3d Monday iu Judo,
3d ; in March. 1 4th " iu Spt'm'r.
Of each year, and continue two k if qmuwj,
COUNTY AND DISTRCT OFFIOERS.
Pres'tJudge Hon. Samuel Linn, BtiUfur.
As'te.Judges Hon. J. D. Ibompion. CurttvairlJ,'
Hon. James Bloom, Forrett
Sheriff. - - - Jacob Faust. . . . CirarSelil
Prothonotary. D. F. r.tiwiler. .
Reg. A Rec. . Isaiah O. liargr . .
District Att'y, W. M M'Cullough. .
Treasurer. . . C. Kratier. ...
Co. Surveyor, H. B. Wright, . . OUl ype..
Comuiisi'u'rs. Thos. Doughorty, . Or. Hi. is.
Amos Keu'i. . . . t":avfiilJ.
Conrad Baker. . . N. Millpuil
Auditors. . . H Woodward, . . PennSeld.
F. F. Coutriot, . Leton'.ti Mill
M L. C. Fvauf. . Crweutii;
Coroner. . . .H.W.Parke. . . ClktnU.
Co.SuprinJ't C. B. SanJforJ,
LIST 0? POST-OFriCES.
Townships. N-mtiof P.O. yenitisaf PH.
Bearia. - - Olen Hope, - - Wm. S. '.Yrigut
Ltabville, - - - Thoodore WiiJ .
i, . Hogarty'iV lloadi Samuel ile;ar:T
Bell. - - - Bower, - - W MTrackta.
i. ' .... Cheat, - - - - Thos A. M lihte,
--- Ccsh, . - - - J.W Campbell.
a .... Otter. J, . - - - 11. L. Pndrsua,
Uloom, -- Porrest. - - - - J3i Blooia.
Bogga. - - - Clearfield Bridie, - Js. ii .rt.
Bradford, - Woodland, - - - Wm All art.
Brady. - - - Luthersburg. - li. H. Alooro
... Troutviile, - - C'harlc Sloppy.
.1 . . Jefferson Line. - - John HtbrliB
Burnside. - XewW r.ihiujtou) - .inai iaiiiar.
W. C. Irtin.
' ... Patrliinville, -..-
Chest, - - - - Hard, - - -
" ... MiJarvy, - -
... Wejtover, -
Clearfield. - Clearfield. - -Covington,
" ... Karth.nut. - -f,irnTilln
- J auk Patchin.
- Jacob Ko:e.
. ii. Tomer. Jr.
- Wm Me jry
. is A. Fsr'str.
. M. A. frai.k
. P. A. vi&u'.iu.
- J. F.W. Sthor.
- T. W FJemiDif.
Dacatur, - Philipsburg. Vntreonc.T i.
. - West Dcoatur. - - Soyhi Rdbk
. - Osceola Mills, - - T. ff Ef
Fox, - -
Marron. - - - - C!m. Yrill-
- llellen Post Offioe. Ilk co.Bty,
- Lecouta's Mills. - C Hignot
- Bald Hills, -
- William Crr.
. A. B. Shaw.
- Thai. U. Fores.
. A. i. Fox
- Chai J - Puaey.
- Pair id Tyler.
- H. Woo Iward
- Ulisa Chae
. tieo. Heckadxra
- Ji. O. Stirk.
- J. C Breoser.
- U W. f .eacer.
. A. C. Moor.
. T W. Fleaucj.
- Heni. F tale
Graham. - - Grahnmton.- -
Guelich. - - Smith's Mills. -....
Mmjera. - - -Huston,
- - Tylr. - - -
" - - - Pennfield. -Jordan,
- - Ansonville. - -Karthaus.
- Salt Lick. - -Knox.
- - - New Millport. -Morris,
- - - Eylertowu. - -...
MorrUlale. - -Pean.
- - - Luiubtr City.t -
. .... lirainpiti Hills.
Pike, -- - Curwensville. -
.... l'.lrtnmintrville. -
Kockton. - - - - D. k. Brubk.
Woodward, Jeffries. - - - - Jm Lockttt-
i This Poit Offi w ll do for Chest toiibip.
Will answer for Fergi ion townsp;p.
STATE & T. STATES DIRECTORY.
OFFICERS OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Governor. - - - A.O. Curtin. - - - Centre oosntj
Sec'yofCoru. Eli Slifor. . Union county
Dep. Secretary, W. 11. Armstrong.
Auditor Hen. - Isa-vc Sleuker, - - Union eocntj
Survevor Gen. - J. P. Barr, - - - Pittabure.
Attorney Gen. - W. M. Meredith, PhiUde!j,ui
Adjutant Gen. - A V r.ussall. - -
State Treasurer, W. V. M'Grath. -
Sup. Com. Sch'i Chai R Coburn,
Deputy Sup't. - S. P. iates, - - - Crav.forJe
State Librarian. Wi-n Forney. - - - Hamburg.
Sitremk Cocrt Chief Justice, O W Wood
ward, Associates, Jai. Thompson. Wm. ftronj.
J. M. Keed, D. Agnew. Sessions. Philadelphia
1st Monday of January. Harrisburg 4th Monday
of April, Sunbury lit Monday of October, and ia
Pittsburg on the 3d Monday of October.
OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES.
President. - - Andrew JohEson, OfTonceue
Sec. of State. - Wm. II Seward, - New Tork.
Sec. of Treas'y Hugh M'Culloch. -Sec.
ol War. - E. M. Stanton, - - Pennylaii!
Sec. ot Nary. Gideon Welles, - - Connecticut
Sec. of Interior Isaac P. Usher. - - Indiana.
P. M. Gen. - - Wm. Dennison, - - 'hio,
Attorney Gen. - James Speed, --Kentucky.
Supreme Coi nT. -Chief Justice. S. P.Chaee. or
Ohio. Associate Justices Samuel Nelon of
York, Robert C. Grier of Pennsylvania, Jamei M.
V.'avne of Georgia. John Catron of Tenne.-- "
SALT-a good article, and very cheap at
store of WM. F.IRWIN. ClearBeU
MISS E. A. P. RYXDEH.
Teacher of Piano-Forte. Melodeon. Cabinet- 'ip
Guitar, Harmony and Vocal Music. AI.o. sole a
gent for Clearfield county for Chickermg
Piano Fortes, and Mason & Hamlin's Cabinet vt
gans. Rooms trtth. Mrs. II. D. Welsh.
Music Books. Paper, and Sheet Music cotetaai-
ly on hand at the store of Mrs. II. D. W ela.
Clearfield, Pa., Dec 7. 1S64.
THE undersigned having completed hii ot
graph Gallery, in Shaw's Row, two doors west i
the Mansion House, Clearfield, Pa., is now reaay
to wait on those in want of first elas P0""'"'
My arrangements are such as enable me to in
ish these beautiful productions or "sun ar"" ,
in the highest style of the &rt. Having fittea up
- i.i. nr with a vie"
by strict attention to business, and a desire 'f
isfy those who call, to merit a liberal
public patronage. A good assortment ot ui".
Rosewood, and would frames; Aiouma - .
endless variety of cases on hand, at oJ.'rat
ees. particular attention giTcu r"-rnr
kind of pictures. ' H' B ,7i'rt.
.September 2. 1864. , rLT
i Instruction in th art of Photography
and aparatut fnrnlihei t city c
than Clifford of Maine. lavil lavis oi ;
Noah H. Swayne of Ohio. Samuel F. Mi'.ler c.
Iowa, Stephen J. Field of California.
Washington city on the 1st Monday of l'et'"b'ra
s!rr rh;f.Tnstif;fl sno.of Anoist r. i