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CLEARFIEIJ), PA OV. 15, 1865.
WEARING THE GBEE5. ,
The following is the celebrated ong which
created Such intense excitement throughout
Great Britain, and for the incorporation of
which in it Mr. Boucicanlt's play Arrah
nt Pogue" had to be withdrawn from the
Oh '. Paddy, dear. and did yoa bear
The nwi that's going round.
The Shamrock is forbid by Uw to
Grow on Irish ground.
We mora St. Patrick's day we'll keep.
The oolor can't be lean.
For there'i a bloody law against the
Wearing of the green,
I net with Nappy Tandsr, and he took
Me by the hand,
And said, "how's poor ould Ireland,
And how does she stand ?"
She's the most distressful country that
Erer y oe h are seen ,
There's hanging men and women there for
44 Wearing of the green.
Then einee the color we most wear is
England's cruel red.
Bore Ireland's sons will ne'er forget the
Blood that the? have shed.
Tew mar take the Shamrock from youx hat
And east it on the sod ;
It will take root and fioarish there,
Thoogh under foot it's trod,
f When the law can keep the blades of grass
From growing as they grow,
And when the leares in summer time
Their verdure dare not show.
Then I will change the color
I wear in my eaabeen ;
But till that day. please God, 111 stick
To wearing of the green !
But if at last tbeeolor should
- Be torn from Ireland's heart.
Her sons with shame and sorrow from
The dear old soil will part.
I've beard whispers of a country
That lies bejond the sea.
Where rich and poor stand equal in
The light of freedom's day.
Dh ! Erin, must we leave yon, driven
By the tyrant's hand f
Must ask a mother's welcome from
A strange bat happier land,
Where the cruel eross of England's
Thraldom never shall be seen.
And where, thank God ! we'll lire and die
Still wearing of the green !
"CONFEDERATE" frESERALS. Gen. Lee
ia President of Washington College, Va.
Gen Beauregard is Superintendent of a New
Orleans railroad. Gen. Wise is at present
sojourning in Richmond, with his son-in-law,
Dr. Garnett. Lieut. Gen. Kwell spent the
summer months at Wairenton, Va. Uen.
(Extra Billy) Smith is at his residence in the
same place. Gen. Humphreys is Governor
of Mississippi. Uen. Lovell is farming.
Gen. Tappan is merchandizing in Vicks
burg. Gen. Bate is practicing law at Pu
laski. Tenn. Gen. Wm. Maury is similar
ly engaged in Nashville, and Gen. Battle at
Gallatin. Gen. Benninsr is a lawyer at Col
umbus, Ga., and Gen. R. II. Anderson has
also returned to the bar. Gens. Bragg and
Hardee are cultivating Alabama plan
tations. Gen. Sorrell is banking at Sa
vannah. Gen. W. T. Martin is farming in
Mississippi. Gen. Forrest is running a saw
mill on the Mississippi. Gen. Blanchard is
planting in Louisiana. Gens. Bonham, M'-
Gowan and Uonnor, are candidates for Con-
cress from South Carolina. Gen. Cntten
den is at home in Kentucky. Gen. Cheat
ham is on his farm. Gen. Mahone is at
Portsmouth.Va. Gen. Buckner is trying
to recover his confiscated property, lien.
8. R. Anderson is awaiting a pardon at
Nashville. Uen. Y ade Hampton was a can
didate for Governor of South Carolina., Gen.
Hillard is at home in Arkansas, and Gen,
Jordan writing for the magazines.
The following is a good one told upon
"Massa Ureely, by the JNew xork Herald:
"The late letter of Masta Greely to his col
Ored brethren of North Carolina, has inspir
ed the recipients with great respect for him.
A resolution thanking the young colored
men who had edited papers in the cause of
universal freedom was lately passed by the
North Carolina Neero Convention now in
session at Raleigh, when a question arose
whether or not it applied to 'Brother Greely.'
A leather-colored character explained that
'Mass Greely was not a colored man, 'when
an individual, black as the ace of spades, re
marked 'dat he always supposed Brudder
Greely to be a full-blooded nigcer, but dat
if he wasn't den he deserved to be.' "
Chaplain and Contraband. Army
Chaplain "My young colored friend, can
Contraband "Yes, sah !"
Army Chaplain ''Glad to hear it. Shall
I give you a paper ?"
Contraband "Sartin, massa, if you
Army Chaplain "Very good. What pa
per would you choose, now ?"
Contraband "Well, massa if you chews,
Til take a paper of terbacco,."
The chaplain looked at the contraband, and
Che contraband looked at the chaplain, then
the latter sighed and passed on.
A gentleman from Arkansas gives the fol
lowing dialogue, which he heard in that
"Hallo, yourself 1"
"Can I get breakfast here?"
"I should rather think you couldn't I"
"Kase massa away misis drunk de ba
by got de colic, and I don't care damn for
The traveler was speechless.
Master Willie had lately seen and heard
much of the "waterfalls with which the
young ladies now-a-days adorn the backs of
their heads. His attention was fully awak-
; ened on the subject. One muddy day he
saw on the road a horse whose careful groom
had braided and knotted up his switch tail.
Willie cried, "Oh 1 pa, pa, see that horse 1
1 He's got a waterfall to his tail 1"
Mr. Green sued a lady for breach of prom
ise. Her friends offered to settle it for two
hundred dollars: "What?" cried Mr.
Green, "two hundred dollars for ruined
hopes, a shattered mind, a blasted life, and
a bleeding heart ! Two hundred dollars for
all this I . Never ! never ! never 1 Make it
three hundred and it' $ a bargain "
An honest Hibernian, trundling along a
handcart containing all his valuables, was
accosted with "Well, Patrick, you are
moving, again. I see I" "Faith, lam," he
replied, "tor the times are so hard, it's a
dale cheaper hiring hand carts than paying
rents I" .
nesdayat 3.00 per annum in advance. If not
raid at the beginning of the year. J.0 will be
chanced, and $3,00 if not paid before the close of
I . . :n v. i.urfij at SI. 50 OCT
square, for three or less Insertions Ten lines
or lessj counting a square, ror t.j
niortian sn mbu will be charged- A deduction
will be made to yearly advertisers.
jo suDscnpnon uicn r . -
six months, and no paper will no auconuoutm
til all arrearages are paid, except at iae opuo-
the publisher. S. J.ROM.
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D. W. MOORE.
Publisher of "Clearfield Republican."
S J. ROW,
Publisher of "Raftsman's Journal."
GROCERIES, of all kinds, to be bad at
Aug. 23 MERRELL A BIGLER'S.
FLOUR. A large quantity Extra Family
Flour, in Barrels, back's and i Sacks for
sale by Feb. 22. 1865. W. r . IRnlj.
WHISKERS! WfllSKERS! Doyou want
Whiskers or Moustaches? Our Grecian
Compound will force them to grow on the Knotti
est face or chin, or hair on bald heads, in Six
Weetcs. Price, $1.00 Sent by mail anywhere,
closely sealed, on receipt of price. Address
WARNER A CO., Box 133. Brooklin, N. York.
March 29th, 1865.
mo nORSE OWNERS. The undersigned
X having; recently discovered an infallible and
simple cure for that annoying malady in horses,
known as' Hoof-bound." Any person sending SI
in a letter, will receive by return mail a recipe
giving proper directions as to the necessary treat
ment. Aaaress, jaiud 1n.n1..
September 21. 1864-tf. Clearfield, Pa.
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COJIPA
NY OF YORK, FA.
Insures ag-ainst loss or damage by fire. It is the
safest company in the State, and has made no as
sessments since its establishment, and hence it is
the moft economical. S. J. ROW, Agent.
June 21, 1865. Clearfield, Pa
REYSTONE MARLLE WORKS,
Woodland. Clearfield county. Pa
J. B1NN DsHAAS, respectfully informs the cit
izens of Clearfield, and adjoining counties, that
be has just received a fine stock of foreign and
domestic marble, which be will work into Jionu
ments, Tombs, Head and Foot stones, Door-steps.
Window sills and Lintels, Table, Stand and Bu
reau tops, Ac Ac, on reasonable terms and short
notice. All persons in want of anything in his
line will please call, or address him by letter, at
Woodland, Clearfield county. Fa. Orders by mail
will receive prompt attention. JuIyZ6.'65-y.
TRANSIT INSURANCE COMPANY.
Agency at the office of II, B. Swoops:, Esq.
This company grants policies to secure the pay
ment of a fixed sum in the event of death by ac
cident,with a weekly allowance in case of injury.
on payment of an annual premium, ranging ac
cording to the occupation of the insured. An ex
cellent opportunity is thus afforded to the Lum
bermen of Clearfield county, to provide for their
families, in the event of aocident on tbeTiver. or
elsewhere. Particulars and circulars may be had
on application to H. B. SWOOPE, Agent MaySO
Life Insurance at Home.
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
921 Chistsct Street, Phil' a.
Insures Lives on favorable terms, and will issue
rol lcies on any of the approved plans of insurance
Assets liable to losses 1,221,289 71.
Surplus divided Annually. Losses paid prompt
ly iremiums may be paid in cash; annually,
semi-annuall) or quarterly; or 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, 1859, inclusive, are now receivable in
payment or premiums
Agency, at the office of H. B. Swoofe, Clear-
Held, fa. Dr J. Q. HarUwick, Medical Exami
aer. August 24, 1864.
FURNITURE ROOMS !
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-
ea, in gooa style ana at cneap rates tor cash. Me
mostly has on hand at his -'Furniture Rooms,"
a varied assortment of furniture, among which is,
, BUREAUS AND SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Book-eases; Centre, Sofa, Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jenny-land
and other Bedsteads. '
SOFAS OP ALL KINDS, WORK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ae.
Rocking and ArmChairs,
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs ;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hand, and new glawa for I
'o wmca win ne put in on very
reasonable terms, oaehurt notice.
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order. Hair,
COFFINS, OF EVERY KIM)
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-
t. J r - . vu.iij, xnapiv. ropur,
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taxon tn exenange ror rurniture.
Jdjnd nearly opposite the -Old Jew Store.
vwvamr mi Un VSLIOK.
XRON ! IRON !! The subscriber keeps on
JL band a general assortment ot an sues oi pr
iron. etc. Also, iresn umt aiwajs u uui, ana
which be will sell at the lowest market price for
e,sh. . G. H. STEIN ER.
Philipsburg, Pa., June 2S, IS65-nmp.
NEW GOODS ',Broi
Dr, jR. Foster's Drug Store, Philipsburg,
Just opening and for sale at the lowest cash rates.
Particular attention bas been given to tne se
lection of Ladies drees goods. Call and examine
before buying elsewhere.
Oct. Z5-3m. J- v- .r-5oL.x.n.
The Cheapest Goods in Philipsburg,
ARE SOLD BY
FOREIGN ANO DOMESTIC DRY-GOODS, ETC.,
PBtLIPSBUBO, CETTRB COUSTT, PA.
Reader! examine the following list of dry-goods,
as it may prove to your advantage
JAMES E. WATSON
Keeps. constantly on hand Dry
Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Notions, Flour, Feed, Ac.
BUY AT WATSON'S
Your Coburg cloth, De Laines,
Alpacas, Ginghams, Chintz,
Prints, Kerchiefs, Nubias,
Hoods. Bonnets, Shawls,'
Gloves. Hose, etc , etc.
BUY AT WATSON'S
'Your Black, Blue, Brown and
Grey cloths, Black and Fancy
Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Cassi
nettg, Tweeds, Plain and
Fancy Vestings, Ac, Ac.
BUY AT WATSON'S
ur ready-made clothing, such w r" .
boots, shoes, hats, caps, neck
ties, gum shoes, and a va
riety of othermen's wear
BUY AT WATSON'S
Your unbleached and bleached
muslins, colored muslin. Lin
en and cotton table cloths,
Linen and hemp towels,
carpets, curtains, Ae.
BUY AT WATSON'S
Your knives and forks, butcher; Watson's
knives, smoothing irons, shoe jWatson's
i n aison s
ana siove oiacamg, ninges,
locks, srews, ropes, paper,
ink. pens, powder, lead.
BUY AT WATSON'S
Buv atlYourcolozne.nomade.fancvand Witann',
Buy at palm soap, starch, wall paper Watson's
uuj ai: huu winuuw saaaes. IjRmps,
Buy at tubes and wicks, eoal oil,
Buy at iron, nails, spikes, etc.
Buy at, . BUY AT WATSON'S
uuy at lour wbite and brown sugars
imperial, black and young by-
son tea, eonee and extract,
bams, shoulders and sides,
flour, meal, feed, corn.
rttv at r iTjnvc
Buy at, Your raisens, figs, prunes; dried
Buy atj currants, apples and peaches.
filberts, cream, pecan and
cream nuts, candy, dates,
crackers and cheese, Ac.
prv AT WATn7a
Huy at. Y0ur buffalo robes, horse blank
buy at, eta harness, saddles, bridles.
a. Si s
conars, Dens, wnips, or, in
fact, every thing else you
want, buy at Watson's.
Approved country produce, boards, shingles, etc.,
tacen at inarxet price in exenange ror goods.
Watson offers extra inducements to the Clearfield
trade. Call and see! Oct 25, 1865
ANN'ED FRUIT, for sale by
Aug. Zi, MERKELL A BIGLHR.
ITCH! ITCH!! ITCH!!!
SCRATCni SCRATCH! SCRATCII
Will cure the Itch in 43 Hoars.
Also cures SALT RHEUM. ULCERS, CHIL
BLAINS, and all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN.
Price 50 cents For salo by all Druggists.
By sending 60 cents to WEEKS A POTTER
Sole Aeentd. 170 Washington ntrt Rmlnn M
it will be forwarded by mail, tree of postage, to
any pwni rn i.nireq atatea. Sept. 20, 6-in.
Mrs. H. D. Welch,
Respectfully announces to the public that she has
received tbe latest rail styles of Millinery, and
A.aaies gooas generally, among which am
Empire Bonnets, Highland Caps,
Nelly Grant's, Fall Sundowns, Sia
mese Hats, Crystal Drops, Spangles,
Ribbons, Flowers, Gloves, Laces,
Collars, Cuffs, &c, &c.
New styles received monthly from Philadelphia
i tit v- i m J i 1 . . r
ana sew luri, vm oonneu ana nil cnanged
idio uie laiest sijie
The attention of schools is called to a new in
venile Mrsto Book called "Merry Chimes," which
is far superior to tbe "Golden Wreath." and des
tined to greater popularity. New and fashiona
ble Sheet Music. Port-Folios, and mnsio paper
constantly on hand. Also Instruction Books for
the Vcice, Piano-Forte, Organ, Guitar. Melodeon
and Aceordeon,. Thankful for past favors, Mrs,
Welch solicits a continuance of the kind patron
age of tbe people of Clearfield county. Every ar
ticle sold as cheap as it can be bought in any other
store. Saptember 20, 1363.
HIPPLB .A.2STTD PAUST
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY-GOODS, AC.
MAW STREET, CtTRWEKS VILtB, FA., .
Having just returned from the east with a gen
era! assortment ot goods, to which they desire to
invite the attention of their old customers and
friends. Their stock consists of
HARD-WARE. QUEENS-WARE, IIH-WAEE,
; B6ots. Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Clothing, Notions, etc., in great variety, which
they now offer at prices for cash to suit the
They also deal in Grain, Pork, Shingles, Boards
and other lumber, which will be received at the'
highest market prices in exchange for goods.
Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair
rates are respectfully requested to give us a call.
Remember yon can find ns at the old stand on
Main Street where we are prepared to accomo
date customers with anything in our line of
f, imt. HTPPIJI A TAUW.
The kidneys are two in number, sit
uated at the upper part of the loin,
surrounded by fat, and consisting of
three parts, viz : the anterior, the in
terior, and tne exterior.
. i v.. .i.- :-.: r
1 be anterior wviw , ...... -
tissues or veui, wniuu ""f""
urine, and convey it to the exterior ; the exterior
is a conductor also, terminating in a single tute,
and called the ureter; the ureters are connected
- - T L I . 11.. .
wiin tne oisuuci.
The bladder is composed of various
coverings or tissues, divided into parts, vis : the
upper, the lower, tne nervous, ana me muouus.
The upper expels, the lower retains. Many have
a desire to urinate without the ability, otheis u
rinate without the ability te retain. This fre
quently occurs in children.
To cure these affections we must
bring into action the muscles, which are engaged
in tbeir various functions. If they are neglected
Gravel and Dropsy may ensue.
The reader must also be made aware
that, however slight may be the attack, it is sure
to affect his bodily health and mental powers, as
our flesh and blood are supported from these
Gout, or Kheumatism.
Pain occurring in the loins is indie-
Af el. m. oa a Thnw wMnr in
SI Ll V VI LIA -0 BWUIO A m . A J wv-w f
SOD8 disposed to acid stomach ana chalkj sec re
The Gravel ensues from neglect or
the improper treatment of the kidneys.
These organs being weak, tbe water is not expel
led from tbe bladder, but allowed to remain ; it
becomes feverish and sediment forms. It is from
this deposit that the stone is formed and Gravel
Is a collection of water in some parts
of the body, and bears different names, according
to tbe part affected, vi: wten generally diffused
over tbe body, it is called Anasarca ; when of the
abdomen, Ascites ; when of the cbesl, Hydro
Helmbold's highly concentrated Ex
tract of Buchu is decidedly one of the
best remedies for diseases of the bladder, kidneys,
gravel, dropsical swellings, rheumatism, and gou
ty affections. Under this head we have arrang
ed Dvsuria, or,difficu!ty and pain in passing wat
er; Scanty seeietion, or small and frequent dis
charges of water; Stranguary, or stopping of
water; Hsematuria. or bloody urine ; Gout and
Rheroatism of the kidneys, without any change
in quantity, but increase of color or dark water.
It was always highly recommended by tbe late
Dr Physick in these affections.
This medicine increases the power
of digestion, and excites the absorbents into heal
thy exercise, by which the watery or calcareous
depositions and all unnatural enlargements, as
well as pain and inflamation, are reduced, and ia
Directions for use and diet accompany.
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 25, 1857.
H. T. Helmbold, Dninrgist:
Dear Sir : I h tvo been a suffer
er, for upwards of twenty years, with
gravel, bladder, and kidney affections,
during which time I h.ve used various medicinal
preparations, and been under the treatment of
the most eminent physicians, experiencing but
Having seen your preparations ex
tensively advertised, I consulted with my family
physician in regard to using your Extract Buchu.
I did this because I used all kinds
of advertised remedies, and had found
them worthless, and some quite injurious; in fact,
I despaired of ever getting well, and determin
ed to use no remedies unless I knew of the ingre
dients. It was this that prompted me to use your
remedy As you advertised that it was compos
ed of buchu, citdebs. and jumper berries, it oc
curred to me and my physician as an excellent
combination, and, with his advice, after an exam
ination of tbe article, and consulting again with
the druggist. I conculuded to try it. I commen
ced its use about eight months ago, at which time
I was confined to my room. From tbe first bot
tle I was astonished and gratified at the benefi
cial effect, and arternsing it three weeks, was a
ble to walk out. I felt much like writing you a
full statement of my case at the time, but thought
my improvement might only be temporary, and
therefore concluded to defer and see if it would
effect a perfect cure, knowing then it would be of
greater value to you end more satisfactory to me
I am now able to report that a cure
is effected after using the remedy for
I have not used any now for three
months, and feel as well in all respects
as I evej did.
Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant
taste and odor, a nice tonic and invigorator of the
system. I do not mean to be without it whenever
occasion may require its use in such affections.
Should any doubt Mr. McCormick's statement,
he refers to the following gentlemen :
Hon. Wm. Bigler, Ex-Gov. Penn'a.
Hon. Thomas B. Florence, Phil'a.
Hon. J. C. Knox, Judge, Phil'a.
Hon. J. S. Black, Judge, Phil'a.
Hon. D. R. Porter, Ex-Gov. Penn'a.'
Hon. Ellis Levis, Judge, Phil'a.
Hon. R. CyGrier, Judge, U. S. Court.
Hon. G. W.. Wood ward, Judge, Phil-a
Hon. W.A.Porter, City Solicitor,Phil.
Hon. John Bigler, Ex-Gov. California
Hon. E. Banks, Auditor Gen. Wash
ington, D. C.
And many others, if necessary.
DRUG AND C'nEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
(Metropolitan Hotel )
J" e "r -sr o n .
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
Krw York, Vrv. 1, laM-ly.
AXD LEASES lor
H. B. SWOOPE,
Mar. 22. 185. Att'y at Law.
CLEARFIELD HOUSE, CLEARFDIEL
PA. The subscriber having purchased tbe
furniture and interest from H. H. Morrow, in said
House, is now prepared for the reception of Iran
sicnt 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, lSSOy. GEO. N. COLBURN.
t R. A. M. niLLS DESIRES TO IN-
form his patrons that profession
al husiieSS Confine him tn k im nffiM all
the time, and be will therefore bo un-"
able to make Professional Visits to any of his ac
customed pla es this summer; but ni) be found
at his office on the southwest corner of Front and
Mam streets at all times, except when notice t
pears in the town papers to the contrary.
Clearfield, Pa., July I, 1S65. -
CLEARFIELD N PRSER Y. ENCOUR
AGE HOME INDUSTRY. The undersigned
having established a Nursery, on the Pike, about
half way between Curwensville and Clearfield
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kinds of Fruil
trees, (Standard and dwarf.) Evergreen-. Shrub
bery, Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Law ton Black
berry. Strawberry and Raspberry vinee. Also.
Sibrian Crab trees. Quince and early Scarlet Rheu
barb, Ac. Orders promptly attended to. Address
Aug SI, 1864. J.D. WRIGHT, Curwensville,
NEW FI RM The undersigned have this day
formed a copartnership under the firm name
of Irvin A Hartshorn, for the transaction of a gen
eral merchandise and lumber business. A large
and well selected stocY of gooJs has been added
to that already on band at the -'corner store" in
Curwensville. where we are now prepared to show
customers a complete assortment, with prices as
low as the lowest. The highest market rates paid
for lumber of all descriptions. The patronage of
the public is respoctfully solicited.
E. A. IRVIN.
W. R. HARTSHORN.
Cnrwengville. July 17. 1865
SOMETHING NEW !
CARRIAGE AND WAGON SHOP,
Immediately in rear of Machine shop.
The undersigned would respectfully inform the
citiiens of Clearfield, and the public in general,
tbat we have entered into partnership, and are
prepared to do all kinds of work on carriages,
wagons, sleighs, sleds. Ae. All kinds of repairing
done with neatness and dispatch. jOrders prompt
ly attended to. JOHN F. ROTE.
Clearfield, July 5, 'y. WM. McKXIGHT-
Thankful for past patronage, I would still so
licit the favors of my old customers, and ask ma
ny new ones to give us-a oall. I have associated
with me in the above business, Wm. McKnight.
who is an experienced workman. If you want
a good carriage or timber sled, give ns a call.
J. F. Rote.
CLEARFIELD COUNTY BANK. The
Clearfield County Bank as an incorporated
institution bas gone out of existence, by the sur
render of its charter on the 12th of May, 1865.
All of its stock is owned by the subscribers, who
will continue tbe Banking Business at the same
place as private bankers, under the firm name of
Tub Cleabfi kld Cocntt Bask.
We are responsible for the debts of the Bank
and will pay its notes on demand at the counter.
Deposits received, and interest paid when the
money is left for a fixed time.
Paper discounted at six per cent, as heretofore.
Our personal responsibility is pledged for all
deposits received and business transacted.
A continuance of the liberal patronage of tbe bu
siness men of the county is respectfully solicited.
As president, cashier, and officers of the late
Clearfield County Bank, we require the notes of
said Bank to be presented for redemption
Jas. T. Leonard, - Richabd Shaw.
A E. Wright, J B. Graham,
Wi. Porter G. L. Reed,
June 17, 1S65. W. A. Wallace.
The business of the Bank will be conducted by
John M. Adams. Esq., as Cashier.
TUST RECEIVED AT.
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE,
Graham's Row. Clearfield. Pa., a fine assortment of
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 NAUGLE'S.
Fine setts of Jewelry, such as Cameo, Coral, La
va, Jett, Carbuncle, G arnett, Opal, Florentine Mo
saic, Gold Stone Mosaic, Porcelain paintings, Ac,
or single pieces at NAUGLE'S.
Plain gold Breast pins. 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 NAUGLE'S.
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt studs, fob
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 guard, and
all articles in his line, on hand at N AliGLtS'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 goads warranted as represented, or the mo
ney refunded, at,:- NAUGLE'S.
If you wish your watches put in good repair
and warranted, take t4m c NACOLE'S.
"WHAT IS IT?"
GREAT EXCITEMENT ID GLEN HOPE, PA
EVERYBODY SEEMS PLEASED.
And Why Should They Not Be ?
Surely, the people in that section of Clearfield
county have great reason to be rejoiced over
the pleasing announcement tbat
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 Clearfield.
NEW STORE AND NEW G0CSS.
The undersigned having removed bis store to
his New Building on Pine Street, Glen Hope, op
posite the '-Union House," is now opening and of
fering to tbe public the largest and best selected
stork of seasonable goods ever offered in this
place acd neighborhood, and wHI be sold at pri
ces to suit the limes.
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
hams, Chints Kerchief, Nubias, Sontags, Nan
kin, Lawns, Linen, Lace Edgings, Collars, Trim
mings. Braids. Vails, etc.
OF HARDWARE, he has axes, saws, ehisels,
knives and forks, locks, hinges, screws, 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, fhonj fr, flzh, oL
or vHJSKNswaRe', he has tea sets, enps and
saucers, cream jugs, tea and coffee pots, pitchers
bowls, plates, dishes, etc -
OF CLOTHING, he has coats, pants, resU. nn
dersbirts, shirts, drawers, neck-ties, 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, (hat I am receiving goods weekly
from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
Pittsburg, and that any goods ean be furnished
on very short notice.
Call and exanine the goods and priees and sat
isfy yoarselves of the utility of buying t -
lm Hope, Deoetneer 33, 183.
SALT a good article. and very cheap at Lf
store of WM. P. IRWIN. Clearfield.
WASTED-$500 worth of county bonds.
Those of longest date preferred. Aaaly
to. WALTER BARRETT.
Iune24. 1R65. - Clearfield . Pa.
GRAF F, W A T K I C O..
' Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 426 Market Street, Philadelphia.
rAut, ORArr. : : isaac watkixs. : : w. n. weibsss
Ap.26 TBOS. gAPPlSgTOlC. 188
THE LUXBER-CITY RACES AQAIsTI
KIRK & SPENCER
KEEP THE INSIDE TRACK !
Their Celebrated thoro' bred Steed,
"CHEAPEST FOR CASn,"
the Peoples" favorite !!
Remember this, and when in want of seasona
ble goops, at the VERT LOWEST POSSIBLE CAS
price, call at the store of Kirk A Spekcbb, la
Lumber City. You will not fail to be suited.
Dress Goods and Notions ia great vatiety,
We study'- to please.
KIRK A SPENCXn.
Lumber City, Pa., July 1, 1865.
fresh A.3rr itx:rjb t
IIARTSWICK & 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 HOOKS A STATIONARY,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
And a general assortment of varieties and faaey
articles. We respectfully invite a call, feeling
confident that we can supply the wants of all est
terms to their satisfaction. April 29, 1S64.
Men, Yonths and Boys can be supplied with fall
suits of seasonable and fashionable clothing
RE1ZENSTEIN BRO'S ft CO..
where it is sold at prices that will induce thel
purchase. The universal satisfaction which ha
been given, has induced them to increase theft
s'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of the kind ia this part of the State.
Reizenstein Bro's & Co.,
Sell go at a very small profit, for cash;
Their goods are well made and fashionable.
They give every one the worth of his mensy.
They treat their customers all alike.
They sell cheaper than every body else.
Their store is conveniently situated.
They having purchased their stock at reduces)
prices they ean sell cheaper than other.
For these and other reasons persons should bay
their clothing at
REIZENSTEIN BRO'S A CO.
Produce of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. May IS, 1S6A.
JCST RECEIVED AT
WILLIAM F. IRWIN'S STORK,
ON MARKET ST., CLBABF1ELD, PA.
TOE CHEAPEST AND BEST (J00D3
ARE TO BE HAD AT TIIE
CHEAP CASH STORE.
The undersigned has just received from the East
ern cities a Isrge and well selected stock of tha
most seasonable goods, which he ean dispose of at
the reasonable prices. His friends and custom
ers are invited to examine his stock of goods, and '
ascertain tbe prices before purchasing elsewhere
as he feels persuaded none nndersell him. Hie
stock embraces a well selected assortment of
DRY-GOODS AND NOTIONS.
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS AND GLASS.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND 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 store" if you want tebay
goods at fair prices.
May 24, 1865. WM F. IRWIN.
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.,
Room, heretofore occupied as a Post-office.
GRAND OPENING 07
SMwcisra- goods, .
comprising a general assortment of
Dry-Goods, Groceries, .Queens-ware,
Wooden-ware, Boots, and Shoes,
Notions, &c, &c, &c.
,Bert rliry of Prints, Delaines, Mosambiaaes,
Linen, Poplins, Balsarinea, Lavellaa, Ginghams
check, drilling, ticking and sheeting, shawls,
plain silks, fowlard silks, eassamcres eottonades.
jeans, tweeds, satinetta, bleached muslins (at len
than city wholesale priees) brown muslins.
HOSIERY, Gloves, Ribbons,Trimmings, But
tons, (in great variety) eollars.velvet ribbon.veili,
beadneta. mbmiflr ' klla )i.Jk.Li.c i .
' J . M.HVk.l,BI,t,, U"
dies elasbe oairaa. vkiUlnua w ; :
drens', misses', and ladies' hoop skirts, Quaker
SEW STYLE BALMORALS.
Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Spices, AcOrange",
Split Peas, Lemons, Pull Tea Setts, Dishes, com
mon and fine ware, oupa,aaaaert.preservejars ac.
TUBS, Brooms, Churns, Mops. Buckets, Meas
ures, brashes, combs, wicks, faney baskets, howls,
door-mats, window blinds, cords, tassels, eten tss.
Childrens, Misses and Ladies' noroeeo boeuy
boea, baltaorala, and gaiters. I May X.