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:J Services. Rev. Archer will
in the Presbyterian church, morning
. evening, on Sunday, May 13th.
flev Sembower will preach m the liap
tUtchurch, on Sunday evening, May 1 3th.
Rev. Monroe will preach in the M.,
Churchmen Sunday morning, May 13th.
New Dby Goods. II. W. Smith k Co.,
.Z fast opening their stock of Spring
ocJ to which we direct the attention of
"at readers. For particulars see advertise
ment in another column.
New Store By reference to our adver
ting columns, to-day, it will be found that
J.ihaw & Son have opened a new store on
Market Street, in the room formerly occa
, ied by Win. F. Irwin. Their stock 13 well
selected, and is worthy the attention of
To Boys. A boy with a moderate Eng
lish education, of sober and industrious
habit, from fifteen to seventeen years of
age, and who can come well recommended,
can obtain a situation to learn the printing
business by applyiug at the Journal office,
ajon. A boy from the country preferred.
To Our Lumberman. -Exwttive
1a May 4th, DS66. Dear Sir: I am di
rectoibyllis Excellency Gov. Curtin, to
advise u that he will hear parties in
f crested" l'r and against the approval of
Jouse bill, No. 1 570, entitled "A supple
ment to the Act incorporating the Susque
hanna JWin Company, authorizing the
freotion of a dam, arid allowing increase of
Kills," at the Executive Chamber, on Wed-ne.-J.iv
the li'.th inst.. at 3 oclock P. M.
IIobt. A. M'Cor, Priv. Sec.
11m. Y. A. Wallace, Clearfield Pa.
The luuilermen ol our county should act
ouring this wefk, by the appointment of a
Cn'iiiiiiriiie to be present on the lGth, and
1'ititest this matter. It is a vital subject to
the ILftiuen. , If this bill is signed it will
jut another obstruction in the river.
To the Soldiers of Pennsylvania.
t th" authority vested in ma by a re.-olu-tiuu
adojitfd by the Convention of Soldiers,
li'-l-l in this city, on the Sth day of March,
1 sit.. T A . . U.iriiYtt' ytn itiiit r ria fwtm ira
i 'I'll 4. VIII kM'lK.UJ IV wnvnv WV IJVIIUIUMIJ
ilijelia.i?i' solilior of I'ennsylvania to meet
lit Vim- I'.i.M.iw.fii'i. I v.irit.irit'a ilicrfiAru mi
aii taii.ii u.'i.v,Lii iJVQifiavii v unifci jvvj uuu
elect delegates, not exceeding live in num
ber, to represent their district ina Soldiers'
Ctinventii'u, to be held in the city of Pitts
burg, on Tuesday, the fifth of June next,
at ten o'clock, A. M.
'rises more than one county, the manner of
-levtitig the dek'gatc-i is respectfully referred
t ) tue soiuiers t tin- district, lor sucft con
it ieiice as will result in a fair representation
of t-ach county.
Citizens who have !rne arms in defense
if the nation against treason have especial
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iiiiereM. iii inc purposes oi me VjOuvcihioh,
and it is desirable that as full a representa
tion of the brave defenders of the country
as iiiiit e should L-e seeureii on tnis occa-
ik'n. J. F. IIahtranft.
L ite Brevet Major General U. S. A.
County Superintendents. Below will
li" found the names of Sntwrmteiulent'
eted in diff rent counties, with the
amount ol their salaries, which will be ot
interest as a matter of reference hereafter.
l'r.if. A. T. Douthett.
MifHin, So t
Clearfield, - 1,000
Lebanon, 7 Go
Crawford, 1 ,000
Armstrong, - 800
Fayette, . 800
K'.vin Elder, .
I'n.if. 1. Evans,
1. il. H. Laross,
1. M. Shoemaker,
ier. W. Snyder,
J. Ib ftlelinger,
Silas W ri-'ht,
I, T. Fi-L
J. F. Con Ion,
A. J. IS,,.-,,.,
i. li. Storm,
John T. Heed,
It. M. Magee,
A. II. Strayer,
II. I). Persons, '
J. A Kichoy,
ie. W. Haunt,
C. W. Wanee,
J. I. Reed,
J. S. Ermentrout,
G. W . McCracken,
C. H. Dale,
A bloody riot occurred in Memphis,Tenn.,
on Tuesday evening, May 1st, between the
police and colored soldiers, growing out of
an attempt to arrest a white man, whom the
blacks determined to protect. One police
Juan was killed and three wounded. From
eight to ten negroes lost their lives, and sev
en were wounded. The riot was quelled by
the military. .
Oor. Hawley was inaugurated Governor
of Connecticut,on May 2d. In his address,
he took strong grounds in favor of negro
suffrage, and advised that it again be sub
mitted to a vote of the people ot the State.
With reference to Federal relations, he sup
ports the measures advocated and upheld by
the majority in Congress.
The War Department has issued a gener
al order to the effect that the President has
ordered that hereafter whenever offenses are
committed by civilians, they are to be tried
where civil tribunals are in existence to try
them. This order is not applicable to camp
Gen. Men.l. hn
troops from the M aine border. 1 1 is report
J that a United States guaboat has taken i
anus from a Fenian schooner, supposed to '
r,t' a privateer.
1 A Washington dispatch says the Presi
dent has ordered pardons to be issued to all
North Carolinians who had applications or
petitions or file, and directed them to be
completed and sent to the petitioners. This
includes all the. petitions from that State ou
file in the office of the Attorney General
several hundred in number.
The feeling is growing in Congress that,
so far as the white population is concerned,
the desirable point to reach is the exclusion
of the rebel leaders from office, and permit
ting the masses to vote.
Maj. Gen. G. M. Dodge, i3 proposed as
a can didate for Congress, by the more decid
ed Republicans, in the 5th Iowa district.
Hon. J ohn A. Kasson is the present repre
sentative. t The nomination of Frank Blair as Col
lector of Internal Revenue, at St. Louis,
was rejected by the Senate, in executive
session, by a vote of 8 for to 21 against it.
tThe Representation of" the Southern
States iu Congress, in accordance with the
proposed amendment, would be fifty a re
ducti&n of twenty-five.
If It is understood that the Government
fully approves of the course of Commodore
Rodgers at the Spanish bombardment; of
It is stated that Mr. Stanton favors the
Congressional plan of reconstruction, except
ing the clause disfranchising the rebel mas
ses unil 1870.
7i Rev. J. II. Ryland, has been appointed
collector of internal revenue in the Congres
sional district iu Maryland, repiesented by
The report of the Committee on Recon
struction ignores the question of suffrage
leaving that entirely with the several States.
Hon. I). A. Finney, is a candidate for
Congressional nomination, in Crawford
county, at the Union primary election.
T The Republicans of Somerset county
have mada their local nominations. Gen
Koontz is their choice for Congress.
i Mrs. JefFi.Tsoii Davis ai rived at Fortress
Monroe, on May 3d, direct from Montreal
Steel Rails are being adopted by the roads
t)f the United States, as the cheapest, safest
anl most economical, in the wear ot lucotiio
tives and cars, that can possibly be used
They cost, of course, more than the ordina
ry iron rail, but they wear ten times as long,
and are sunenor in all otner renects. It is
understood that the leading roads in this
State are either making contracts for a sup
ply ol steel rails, or they are superseding the
old iron with the steel rail as last as they
can be manufactured.
The first conviction fur treason which has
ever taken place in Tennessee has been ad
judicated at Daubridge, Jefferson countv.
The man's name is D. C. Williams, jr.
His punishment is fixed at 14 years in the
fctatc Penitentiary. -
Cougress has decided that none of the
forts, arsenals, military posts or naval sta
tions belonging to the L nited States shall
bear the name of a disloyal personage, or
m sny way be used to perpetuate the memo
ry ot a traitor.
A Washington dispatch says that theyel
low fever is raging on the gunboat Kear
sage at Madeira, and six men had already
died from the disease.
. Taking the ballot from a rebel, says the
Knoxville Whig, has the effect of extract
ing the stina liom a bee. It renders him
powerless for mischief.
The Union State Committee will meet in
Philadelphia, ou Wednesday,' May lGth, at
o o Cock p. ni.
At the residence of II. B. Swoope, Esq.,
Thursday, May 3d, 180G, by Rev. Monroe,
Cant. Cornelius Owkns of Lawrence Tp..
to Miss IIahriut Lahiumeh, of Cieariield
SAi:T a go 3d article, and very cheap at the
store of WM F. IRWIN. Clearfie! 1.
CLOVER SEED a prime article frr sale
attbe store of Vf.M. t 1KWIN
LJITTSBITRUH LKillTNIMJ KOI)
WOKKS Lockhart A Co , Manufacturers
of bf'th copper and iron Lightning Rod. Du-
?uesne Way. 2d door below Hand Sheet bridge,
'ittsburg. Pa. Wholesale Dealers are invited to
send for prices Persons of large or small means,
wishing a good paying business, will please ad
dress us. May 2. lS86-2t-p.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE OF REAL
EST ATI-; I.ate the property of James Sharpe,
deceased. By virtue of an order of the Orphan's
Court of Clearfield county, Pa., the following val
uable real estate, situate in Pike township, in
said county, will be sold in the borough of Cur
wensville. to the highest and best bidder, on
Monday, the 22dday of May A. 1. 1S66; all that
certain tract or pieceof land, situate in the town
ship, county and Stale aforesaid, bounded by
lands of James Spencer, John J. Smith, David
Bloom and William L. Bloom, containing 119
acres and 49 perches, itc.
Conditions of sale one tenth when the proper
ty is struck down, four tenths ut confirmation of
sale, and the ba'ance in one year thereafter, with
interest from confirmation of sale.
JOHN PATTON, Adm'r.
Apr. 25th. 1S66 ofJi.3 Sharpe, dee'd.
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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, th(T in-
tenor, and the exterior.
ia anterior atrsoTbs; the interior consists of
tissues or veins, which serve as a deposit for the
urine, and convey it to the exterior; the exterior
is a conductor also, terminating in a single tote.
vancu i urewr, i uo ureters are connected
wim tne oiauaer.
The bladder is composed of various
coverings or tissues, divided into parts, vii : the
upper, tne lower, the nervous, and the niuoous.
xne upper expels, the lower retains. Many have
uccnc iu unnare wiinout tne ability, otheis u-
""' wiiuum me aoiiity t0 retain. This fre
quently occurs In children.
m . , ,
AO cure tnese atiections ive mu.t
bring into action the muscle?, which are engaged
m tneir various functions. If they are neglected
jLTiuijejr uiiijr en Sue.
The reader must also be made aware
that, however sliaht mav be the, attat it
to affect his bodily health and mental powers, as
our Oesh and
supported from these
Gout, or Rheumatism.
Pain occurring in the loins is indic
ative of the above diseases. They occur in per-
uiapuscu iu ucm siomacn and chalky secre
The Gravel ensues from neglect or
the improper treatment of the kidneys.
These organs being weak, the water is not expel
led troin tne bladder, but allowed to remain ; it
becomes feverish and sediment forms. It is from
this deposit that the stone is formed and Gravel
Ts a collection of water in some parts
of the body, and bears different names, according
to the part affected, vii : wr en generally diffused
over the body, it is called Anasarca ; when of the
abdomen, Ascites ; when of the chest, Ilvdro
Ilelmbold's highly concentrated Ex
tract of liuchu is decidedly one of the
best remedies for diseases of the bladder, kidneys,
gravel, dropsical swellings, rheuinatium, and gou
ty affections. Under this bead we have arrang
ed Dysuria, or difficulty and rain in passing wat
er: Scanty secretion, or small and frequent dis-
cnarjres ot water; Stranguary. or stopping of
wnter; lltematuna. or bloody urine ; (lout and
Rhematism of the kidneys, without any change
in quantity, but increase of color or dark water.
It was always highly recommended by the late
Dr Thysick 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.
II. T. Helmbold, Drugjrist:
Dear Sir: I have been a suffer
er, for upwards of twenty years, with
Travel, bladder, and kidney affections,
during which lime I have used various medicinal
preparations, and been under the treatment of
the most eminent physicians, experiencing but
little relief. 6
Having sefn 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 bl-chit, ccbebs. and juniper rep.rirs. it oc
curred to me and my physician as an excellent
pomnination. and. with his advice, after an exam
ination of the article, and consulting a?ain with
the druggist. I conculuded to try it. I commen
ced its use about eightmonths ago, at which time
I was confined to my room. From the first bot
tle I was astonished and gratified at the benefi
cial effect, and arter using it three weeks, was a
Me to walk oat. I felt much like writing you a
full statement of my case at the time, but thought
mv 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 ever did.
Your Buchu being devoid of anv nnnleasant
taste and odor, a nice tonic and inviirorator of the
system. I do not mean to be without it whet ever
occasion may require its use in such affections
Should any doubt Mr. McConnick'a 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, Pliil'a.
Hon. R. C. Grier, Judge, U.S. Court.
Hon. G. W.: Woodward, Judge, Fhil'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.
Helmbold's Drug ad Chemical Warehouse,
69 1 BROAD WAV, (Metropolitan Hotel )
SOLD BY-DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
New York, November I, '1865-1 7.
TITIIBLE-SKEINS and Pipe-boxes. t -Wagons,
for sale by MERKELL & BIGLER
COAL, Whale, and Linseed Oil, Kamily Dyes,
Varnish and Paintsof all kind ground in Oil,
foraleby HARTSWICK A IRWI.V
BUSIIELS of prime Clover seed, for
salebv IRVIN A HARTSHORN.
FODDER CUTTERS of asuperiormakt
for sale at reasonable prf e. a MEKRELL j
"dBIQLBR'S, Clearfief i. Pa
L'fK ALE at cost I good cook stove, to
clot out the stock, at the cheap cash staao
" R. aiOtefeor, Clearfield, fa.
flROCND AND ITSGROUSD SPICES
Citron, English Currants, Ess. Coffee, aBd
V inegar ot the best quality, for sale by
Jan. 10. HARTS WICK k IRWIN
riKl'SSES and abdominal supporter of every
-- kind, and ot the best improvments. for sale
at the Drug Store of
Jan. 10 1S66. HARTSWICK A IXWIN
offers his professi
P. CORXETT, Dentist.
nrofessional services to the citizrna
ot Curwensvillei..and vicinity. Office in Drug
otore. corner Main and Ihompson streets.,
Curwensvilie, May 2d. lS6tf
LUMBER-CITY RACES AGAIN
KIRK & SPENCES
KEEP THE INSIDE TEACK!
Their celebrated thorough bred Steed, 'cheapest
fob cash, the Peoples favorite:
Remember this, and when in want of seasoka
GOODS, AT TnE VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH
price, call at the store of Kirk A Spescer. in
Lumber City. You will not fail to be suited.
Dress Goods and Notions in great vatiety,
We btudy to please.
KIUK A SPENCER
Lumber City, Pa , July I, 18S5.
AT O "W FOR SALE
TIIE WESTERN HOTEL PROPERTY,
Kylertown, Clearfield county. Pa.
This old, well established and favorably known
house is now offered for sale It is one the best
locations in the county, and offers rare induce
ments for any person wishing to engage in the
business, there is about one acre ol land at
tached to the house, upon which is erected a large
irauie staole and all necessary buildings for an
establishment of this kind, together with acorn
modious two story Store House, well finished and
in good repair. .
I miiiediataposfession given. For price and
term8T)f sale apply to, or address.
J. BLAKE WALTER
April 4, 186fi-tf Clearfield, i
rp II O 31 A S J. M K C A U LEY
Tin- and Sheetiron-ware Manufactory,
Market St., east of 2d, Clearfield, Pa.
This establishment is now in full operation
the getting up of Stoves, Tin and Sheet-iron Ware
expressly for this market ; and which will bo sold
wholesale and retail, cheap fur cash.
The subscriber rcspactfully solicits a shar ' of
public patronage pledging himself to in ;e
establishment ihb fEOFi.ES Depot lor the procu
ring or goods, and having their repairing and
out-door work done on reasonable terms.
N. IS. A newly constructed stove, expressly for
the ratting trade, on band Call and see it.
Feb. 2H. 18S5-3m. TH0S. J. MECAULKY.
E - UL - IE - - B - 33 - R
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST GOODS
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
CHEAP CASH STORE.
WILLIAM F. IRWIN
Has Removed His Cheap Cash Store
To his new rooms, recentlv erected on South Sec
ond Street. Clearfield, Pa., where he will be
pleased to have bis old friends call to
see him, and as many new ones as
will favor him with their custom
NEW SPRI.NU GOODS.
The undersigned has just received from the East
ern cities a large and well selected stock of the
most seasonable goods, which he oan dispose of at
the cheapest prices. His friends and custom
ers are invited to examine his stock of goods, and
ascertain the prices before purchasing elsewhere
as he feels persuaded none undersell' him. His
stock embraces a well selected assortment of
Dry-Gcods and Notions, Hardware,
Queenware, Groceries, Drugs, Oils and
Paints. Glass. Hats and Caps. Baskets and
Buckets, School Books and Stationary, Salt, Axes,
JNails and bpikes.
Also, a large assortment of Boots and Shoes of
the very best makes, and at prices lower than
Also, Dried Fruits, and Canned Fruits,
And a great variety of other useful articles, all of
which will be sold cheap for cash, or ex
changed for approved produce.
Go to the "cheap cash store" if you want to buy
goods at fair prices.
May 2, 1866. WM P. IRWIN.
J. P Kramer,
Has removed to his new ware rooms on Market
Street, and opened a large stock of Seasonable
Dry Goods, Hardware, Queensware, etc.
FOR LADIES, he has Cashmeres. Merinos, Rep
Delaines. Parmetto, Brilliant, Poplins, Alpaea,
Berege. L-twns, Prints Silks, Dusterclothj, Ging
hams, Nankeen, Linen. Lace. Edging, Velvet-rrimming.-Collerette,
Braid. Belts. Dress-buttons,
Hosiery, Veils, Nets, Corsets. Collars. Hoods.
Nubias, Scarps. Hoop-skirts, Balmorals, Coats,
Shawls, Mantles, Furs, Notions. Bonnets, Hats,
Ribbons, Flowers, Plain es.
MEN'S WEAR, Such as Cloths.Cassimere, Sati
tinett. Flannel, Jean, Tweed, Cottonade, Muslin.
Italian-cloth, Velvet, Plush, Check, Ticking,
Drilling, Linen Crash, Sorge, canvass. Padding
Linsey, Vestings, Coats. Pants, Vests, Over-oats,
Shawls, Boys Jackets, Over-alls. Drawers, C a as
mere shirts, Linen-Shirts, Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Caps. Ac , Ac.
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Such as Car
pet. Oil cloth Blinds, Curtains, Tassels. Cord,
Clocks, Looking-glasses, Lamps, Churns, Tubs,
Buckets, Brooms, Brushes, Baskets, Washboards,
Butter-bowels, Seives, Flat-irons, Coffee-mill,
Bed-cords. Bags, Wall-paper, Carpet-chain, Cot
ton yarn, Candle-wick, Work-baskets, Lanterns,
Dmbrellas, Buffalo Robes, Carpet Bags, Axes, and
Augers, Ac, Ac, Ac.
MUSIC 4.L GOODS, Such as Violins, Flutes and
HARDWARE, Queensware, Glassware, Stone
ware, Groceries, Drugs, Confectiocaries, Med
icines, Flour, Bacon. Fib, Salt, Grain, Fruit. Car
riage, Trimmings, Shoe Findings, School Books,
Nails and Spikes. Glass and Putty, Oil. Vinegar,
Tobacco, Segars, Candles. Spices, Powder, Shot,
Lead, Grinu-stones, Rafting Rope, etc., ens. .
' All of which will be sold on the most reasona
ble terms and the highest market prices paid for
all kinds of country produce - J. P. KRATZER.
Dee. 13, 1S65.' Clearfield, Penn'a.
FISII a general variety, just received andfor
saleat MERRELL A BIGLER S
T FATHER an assoitment for sale by- ;
M.J MEK.Kt.LiIi mwi-B"
December 14, ISM-
SEWING MACHINE!. Persons desfrou
of having a superior Machine, should buy
Wheeler A Wilson s Sample Machines on hand. ,
RVSS' ST. DOMIXU0. Eubbairs. Drake's.
Uooflaud s German, A Hostetter'sA Green
Oxygenated Bitters, aud pure liqaors of all kinds
for medioal purpoeo, for sale by . , -Jan..
10. HAKTSi ICK A IKWIN.
BONDS A NO NOTES FOlTsALE. The
undersigned is prepared to furnUh, to those
seeking investments. Government and county
bonds Also five per cent Government notes
H B. SWOOPE,
Clearfield M.ty 4. 1864. Att'y at l.aw
rpiN WARE. CHEAP FOR
CASH ! The
Ware in the
-m. iBTKesi oiocs. or wen mads nn
State, constantly kej t on hand.- Merchants and
t'ealers aie invited to give us a call before pur
chasing elsewhere. MELLOY A SMITH.
723 Market St , between 7th A Sth. '
April IS, 136S.-lm. Philadelphia."
THE MASON & HAMLIN CABINET
ORGAN Forty different styles, adapted
to saered-and secular music, for Sliti to 600 each
FIFTY-ON-K GOLD or SILVERMEDALS, or oth
er first premiums awarded them. Illustrated Cat
alogues free. Address, MASON A HAMLIN. Bos
ton or MASON BROTHERS, New York.
New York, November 29 186i-ly
CLEARFIELD HOUSE, CLEARFIELD
PA. The subscriber having purchased the
furniture and interest from ll. II. Morrow, in said
House, is now prepared for the reception of tran
sicnt and permanent boarders. Every depart
ment connected with his establishment will be
conducted second to none in the county. He res
pec t fully solicit a share of public patronage. '
July 11, 1860.-y. GEO. N. COLBURN.
PARM FOR SALE. The subscriber offers
for sale bis property situate on Potts Run,
Jordan township, consisting of 127 acres of land
16of which are cleared. There are several good
veins of coal on the place, and an excellent wa
ter power which, if suitably improved, would
drive a saw or grist mill most of the year. Will
be sold cheap for cash. T LIDDLE.
March 21, 1S66 tf. Clearfield borough.
HB. MARTIN, Wholesale and Retail
Groceb, corner of Blair and Montgomery
Streets, Holliuaysbuuo T-Iair county. Pa., has
alw yson hand a full supply of Family Groce
ries, such as Family flour. Bacon, Fish. Sail, Coffee,
Teas, Sugars. Syrups Cheese. Lard, Soap. Brushes.
Brooms, Buckets, Baskets, Fancy Articles, choic
est brands cigars, french confectionaries, foreign
nuts and candies, Ao. Feb. 14, 1866-3 m.
INST R IT M E N T S.
Has opened his Music Store, one door west of
W. Lewis' Boole Store, where be keeps constantly
on hand Steinwaj A Sons' and Gaehles Piano
Manufacturing Company's Pianos. Mumd A Ham
lin's Cabinet Organs and Carbart. Need ham A
Co s' Melodeons; Guitars, Violins, Fifes. Flutes;
Guitar and Violin Strings.
Music Books Golden Chain, Golden Shower
Gulden Censcr.Golden Trio. Ac , Ac.
Sheet Music lie is constantly receiving from
Philadulphiaull the latest music, which persons
at a distance wishing can order, and have sent
them by mail at publisher's prices.
!"Pianos and Organs Warranted for five years.
Those wishing to buy any of the above articles
are invited to call and examine mine before pur
chasing elsewhere. My prices are the same as in
New York and Philadelphia.
Circulars of Instruments sent promptly upon
application with any additional information de
sired. li. M. GREEN.
Hill street. Huntingdon, Pa , One door West of
Lewis' Book Store. Dec 6.1865.
LEAR FIELD ACADEMY
REV P. L. BARRISON, A.M. PRINCIPAL.
The Third Session of this Institution will com
mence on Monday, March 12th, 1866.
Pupils can enter at any time. Thev will be
charged with tuition from the time they enter to
tne close 01 tne session.
The course of instruction embraces everything
ii . . 1 ....
inciuaea in a morougn. practical and aocom
plished education of both sexes.
The Principal having had the advantage of
mucD experience in nts proiession, assures pa
rents and guardians that his entire ability and
energies will be devoted to the mental and moral
training of the youth placed under his charge
Terms of Tc-ition:
Orthography, Reading, Writing and Primary
Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) Sd 00
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, and Histo
Algebra.Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration.
surveying, rnuosopny, t'nysioIoirY. Chemistrv
and Book-keeping. $9.00
Latin and Greek, with any of the above
branches, SI 2.00
E2r No deduction will be made for absence
For further particulars inquire of
KEY. Y. U. 11 ARK1SU., A M.
Feb. 23.1366. Principal.
ARTS WICK & I II W I N ,
CLEARFIELD, 3P.A. ,
Having refitted and removed to the room' lately
occupied by Richard Mossop, on Market St., now
offer low for casii, a well selected assortment of
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Also. Patent Medicines of all kinds. Paints. Oils
Glass, Putty, Dye-stuffs. Stationary, Toooco and
ega.'8. Confectionary, Spices, and a larcrer stock
of varieties than ever before offered in this place,
and warranted to be of the best the market af
fords. Inspect their stock before purchasing
elsewhere, and they feel warranted In saying that
Jim will be pleased with the quality and price of
their goods Remember the place Mossop s old
stand, on .Market St. Dej. 6, 18G5.
It EAT EXCITKM E N T
ON' SECOND STREET,
NEW FIRM AND NEW ARRANGEMENT.
AND NEW GOODS AT VERY LOW PRICES.
The undersigned having formed a copartner
ship in the Mercantile business, would respectful
ly invite the attention ot the public generally to
their splendid assortment of Merchandise, which
is now being sold very low for cash. Their stock
consists in part of
of thehest quality, such as Prints. Delaines, Alpa-
cas, jnennos, uingnams ; jnnsiins, oieacnea auu
unbleached ; DrilliBgs Tickings, cotton and wool
Flannels, Cassimers. Ladies' Shawls, Coats, Nu
bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts, Balmorals, Ae.. Ac. an
of wMch will be sold low for cash. Also, a fine
assortment of the best of
ME N S '
W E A R
consisting of Drawers and Shirts, Hatg and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, Handterchieiu cravats, etc
Al so. Raft Rodo. Dog Rope, Raltina Ansurs
and Axes. Nails and Spikes, Tinware, Lamps and
Lamp wick and chimneys, etc., etc -
ALSoJQueensware, Glassware. Hardware, Groce
ries, and spices oi ail Kin ts. In short, a general
assortment of every thine nsna.ll v kent in a rtil
store, all cheap far east, or approved country
produce. . L
Jan. ju, istm.
WRIGHT A FLANIGAN.
GROCERIES, of all kinds, to be had at
Aug. 23. MERRELL A BIGLER'S.
EVERAL SET of heavy double harness
and home-made horse collars at the store of
Deo. , 1S5. IK VIN A HARTSHRN.
SALT! SALT!! SALT !!! A prim, arti
cle of gronnd alum salt, put np in patent
saK8v at S4.25 pr se, at the cheap cash stoie of
November 27. - R. MOSSOt.
YITANTED S5.000 wortk, of comity bond
T Those of longest dates preferred. Apply
to, ' WALTER BARRETT.
Inne 23.1865. Clearfield. PV.
SOMETHING NEW IN CLEAR FIELDf
CARRIAGE AND WAGON SHOP,
Immediately in rear of Machine sb.
The nndersigned would respectfully laform the
citizens of Clearfield, and the publio in general,
that he is prepared to do all kinds of work ot
carriages, buggies, wagons, sleighs, sleds, Ac, on
short notice and in a workmanlike manner. Or
ders promptly attended to. WM. McKIGHT.
ClearfieM. Feb. 7, 1866-y-
I )V A- M "ILLS DESIRES TO IN-
m. iwui uis patrons that profession
al business confine him to his office all)
the time, and ha taill ,k.-ur 1.
"... .MVID4VIO W U U
M hi A (A tnnlrtt P -. . f.. .1 i , - - - . . ,
- w - wiwwonu4 istig to any 01 u im ac-
customed plates this summer; but ma be found
at his otfioe on the southwest corner of Front and
Mau streets at all times, except when notice -pear
in the town papers to the contrary
Clearfield. Pa., July I, 1865.
N. B. A full set of Teeth put In for S2.
CLEARFIELD N URSER Y. ENCOCK
AGE HOME INDUSTRY. The undersigned
having established a Nursery, on the Pike, about
halfway between Curwensvilie and Clearfield
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Fruit
trees, (Standard and dwarf.) Evergreen'. Shrub
bery. Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Law ton Black
berry, Strawberry and Raspbeiry vines. A1b,
Sibrian Crab trees. Quince and early Scarlet R heir
barb. Ac. Orders promptlv attended to. Address
Aug 31. 1S64. J.D. WRIGHT, Curwensvilie,
KEYSTONE MARLLE WORKS,
Woodland. Clearfield count. Par.
J. B1NN Dull A AS, respectfully informsthe ci-.
liens of Clearfield, and adjoining counties. IMat
he has just received a fine stock of foreign and
domestic marble, which he will werlt into Monu
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 i kn
line will please call, or address bim by te tier, at
Woodland, Clearfield county, Pa. Orders by uarl
winjreceive prompt attention. July28.'65-y,
BANKING & COLLECTION OFFICE
FOSTER. PERKS. WRIGHT A CO.,
PiiiLir.sni-Ris. Cestre Co., Pa.
Bills of Exchange, Notes and Drafts discounted.
Deposits received. Collections made and pro
ceeds promptly remitted. Excbang on the Cities
constantly on hand. The above Banking; House
is now open and ready fur business.
Philipsburg, Centre Co., Pa., Sejit 6; 1865.
a. I.. REED.
n. FosTt:n, :nw. perks. j u m. giuk.
WM. V. WRI11T, W. A. WA".LAC, A. K. WRIOUT,
RICHARD 8JIAW, JAS. T. LEONARD, JAS.B. CHAUAM.
HAl'PT & CO., at Milesburg, Pa , continue
to furnish costings of every description at
short notice. They have the best assort went of
patterns in the country for steam and water-mills
of every description. All kinds of machine and
plow Castings furnished. New World and Hatha
way cook stoves always on hand. They wake 1
liorse 8wooo-poJer threshing machines, with sha
ker and 50 feet of strap for S160 and 2-horse
tread-power machines, with shaker and 30 feet
of strap for $175. Warranted to give satisfaction
in threshing, and kept good to thresh one crop,
free of charge. June 28, I865-y.
Isaac Haipt. at ,Bellefonte continues to take
risks for insurance in any good stock company in
the State. Also in New York ; the Royal and Et
na at Hartford ; and the Li verpel and London,
n i t a- e ,
Market Street, Clearfield, T&
One door East of the Clearfield House,
Keeps on Laid a full assortment of Gents' Fur
nishing goods, such as Shirts, (linen and woolen,
Undershirts, Drawers and Socks ;Neck-ties, Pock
et Uaudkerchiefs, Gloves. Umbrellas, Hats, etc ,
in great variety. Of piece goods he keeps the
Next Cloths, (of all shades,) Black
Doe-skin Cassiraeres of the best make.
Fancy Cassimeres in great variety.
Also. French Coatings; Beaver, Pilot, Chinchilla,
an I Tricott Over-oeating. all of which will be
sold cheap for cash, and made up according to
the latest styles, by experienced workmen. Also
a,'ent for Clearfield county, for I. M. Singer A
Co's Sewing Machines. November 1, 1865.
HIPPLE 5c FATJST
FOREIGN AND DjOKESTIC SKY-GOODS, &C
MAIS STREET, CURWEMS VILLE, PA.,
Having just returned from the east with a gen
eral assortment ot goods, to which they desire to
invite the attention of their old customers and
friends. " Their stock consist of
Dry -Goods, Groceries. Hardware. Queensware,
Tinware, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Clothing, Notions, etc., in great variety, which
they now offer at prices for cash to snit the
They also deal in Grain, Pork. Shingles, Boards,
and other lumber, which will be received at the
bigbest market prices in exchange for goods.
Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair
Tates are respectfully requested to give ns a call.
Remember you can find ns at the Old stand on
Main Street where we are prepared to accomo
date customers with anything in onr line of
Sept. 6. 1865. HIPPLE A FAUST.
Q O M E T- II I N G
X E W
DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!!
The undersigned would respectfully announce
to the publie that he baa opened a Drug Store, in
the room recently fitted op in the house of George
Kittlcbarger. on Main street. Curwensvilie, Pa.,
one door West of Hippie A Faust's store, where
he intends to keep general assortment of
Drugs, Medicines, Oils, Paints,
Dye-stuffs, Patent Medicines, Per
fumenr, Toilet Goods. Confectiona-
ries, Spices, - Canned Fruit, Tobacco,
Cigars, Books, Stationary, Pencils,
Pens, Inks, and a general variety
of Notions ; Glass, Putty, etc.
The want of a Drug Store h long been felt in
Carwensvillo, and aa that want is now supplied,
the nndersigned hopes, by strict attention to bu
siness, to merit and reoeive a liberal share of
His stock embraces most articles needed a
community, Is entirely new. and of the best qual
ity. -which he will dispose of at roasonable prices
Call and examine the goods, which cannot fail
top!ea. JOSEPH R. IRWIN,
November 8. 1865.
CANNED FRUIT, for sale by
Aug. 23, MERRELL A 3IQLEK... -
FLOUR A large quantity Extra Family
Flour, in Barrels, fcark. and- i Sacks- fW
al bj I Feb. 52, W F.IRWIN.
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