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CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 10, 1867.
Tyrone and Clearfield Bailroad.
t rln leaves Tyrone at : : : : : 9.20 a m
Arrives at Philipsburg at : : 11.20 a. m.
Iiiin leaves Philipsburg a : : : 2.05 p m.
Arrives at Tyrone at : : : : 4.00 p.m.
Religious. Divine services will be held
next Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows:
By Rev. Sembower in the Baptist chnrch
in the morninp ; .
By Rev. Chambers in the Episcopal
church, morning and evening.
By Rev. Guver in the Methodist churcb,
in the afternoon.
By Rev. Harrison in the Lutheran church,
in the morning.
By Rev. Archer in the Court House,
morning and evening.
Rkad the notice headed ' 'Proposals," in
.another column of this paper.
The Clinton Democrat has been enlarged
to an eight column paperand makes quite a
TilK Waverly Magazine, Frank Leslie's
Illustrated News, Gleason, Harper's Week
ly, and other literary Magazines to be had
at the Post Office.
The Clinton Republican has been enlarge'd
to an eight column paper. The Republican
n a live paper and deserves a literal sup
port from its party friends.
SrPDE.v Death. We are informed that,
on July 4th. Mr. Jacob Hubler, of Graham
township, suddenly fell dead whilst at work
ir a field. He was in the 67tli year of his aire.
Forxn. A sheep-bell was found, several
days ago, in the corn-field of Jas. L. Leavy,
a short distance east of this place. The
owner can have the bell by calling at this
tfiiee and giving a description of it, and
rayias for this notice.
IV. J. Geissinger, Special Agent of the
Xonh America Life Insurance Company,
is now in this place, and will attend to is
suing policies when called upon, and give
such information as iiiay be requited on the
subject of Life Insurance. Head flic adver
tisement in another'column.
The Show. Whitby & Co's consolida
ted shows, menagerie and circus, will give
two exhibitions afternoon and evening at
this place, on 'Thursday July llth. TV.is
claims to be the most extensive exhibition
in the world, being composed of a most
brilliant corps of actors, a large number of
rare and curious animals, interesting birds,
and large and small reptiles. The whole
exhibition promises to be a rare treat.
Appointments. We dip the following
paRgrr ph from the Bristol (Tennessee) ,
-w, oi Juno ,tr:: 'lue I'ostiaaster j
General has appointed W. K. Wilson, of j
Baltimore, Route Agent on the Virginia
& Tennessee Railroad, vice L. L. Tate,
promoted. Mr. Tate has been appointed
postal railway clerk, on the line from Wash
ington to Richmond, with an increased
ahiry. We congratulate friend Tate upon
his promotion, regretting, however, that it
takes him to another field of labor."
Hydrophobia. An exchange paper
nays: Now tlwt the "heated term" is near
at hand, and an occasional mad dog may be
expected, the following cure for hydropho
bia will be apropros. '"Spirits of hartshorn
in a certain remedy for the bite of a mad
dt'g. The wound should be bathed cor
stantly with it, and three or four doses, di
luted, taken inwardly during the da.v. The
hartshorn decomposes chemically the virus
insiiniated into the wound, and immediately
a'ters and destroys its deleteriousness."
We have received the new catalogue and
eircular of the State Normal School at Ed
inUro. We are glad to see it improves j
from year to year. Several vears ago we j
nid we thought it one of the best schools
in the State, and we think it has since
eadi!y increased its reputation ar.d efficien-t--
In all points which male a first class
chool it is unsurpassed. All persons who
intend to teach should send for its circular.
Address the principal, Prof. J. A. Cooper,
Kdinboro.Erie co. ,Pa.- Erie Daily Dispatch.
The Canada Thistle. In some sections
of the country this "pest" has become so
formidable that several of the State Legis
latures have lately enacted laws to facilitate
,t9 destruction and eradication. In our own
Legislature, it will be remembered, some
five years ago, there was a similar law pass
ed against this the vilest of all encumbran-
of a farm mortgages scarcely excepted.
ThU law provides, in effect, that :
Hereafter any individual or corporation
UcwiD the Canada Thistle to ripen seed on
ais or their premises, shall be liable to a
uDe of ten dollars tinon caoh pnmnl.-unt that
properly established ; and any one who
jy fear the spread of the Canada Thistle
Pon his premises from the lands of his
arelejs or thriftless neighbor, may, after
e days' notice.enter upon any lands where
Je wed is found crowing, cut it, and re-
L?1!11 costs for the labor and trouble."
J "is is to the point, and in order that far
1ner3 may know it, the newspapers through
W the State should republish the law or
'his article. If the people of Pennsylvania
uld see to what a formidable extent this
Ist ha taken possession of several of the
jnterior counties of New York, say Scho-
ne for instance, they would fly to arms
rai'n5t 11 M tney wou against an invading
Gen. Custer has been heard from.
Ported death i? not true.
A Cold Blooded McnDVR. The Indi
ana Register gives the following account of
the murder of Job a Bower-, of that couuty
on July 1st :
"One of the most cold-blooded murders
which we have been called on to record,
was committed on Monday morning, July
1st, at about b o clock, in Canoe tp., this
county, in the vicinity of Washington, and
near the Jefferson county line. The mur
derer, Nicholas Van Devinder, is a man of
oy years ot age, tall, straight and stalwart,
and has always borne a blameless reputation.
so far as we can learn. John Bowers, the
murdered man, was a son-in-law of Van
Devinder, aged some 30 or 35 years. The
circumstancas ol the murder, as we learn
them, are about these : Van Devinder has
two daughters, married respectively to John
Lowers and Lli Miller. Several years ago
he divided ins estate, giving to Bowers the
homestead farm, horses and farm imple
ments, with the understanding that Bowers
was to provide for and keep Van Devinder
and his wile. Jrrom time to time Mr. Van
Devinder continued to give various articles
to each or his sons-in-law; and Bowers,
becoming somewhat envious, found iault
that he did not get all, or nearly all of what
the old man had to bestow. This feeling
having once possessed Bowers, he began to
misuse his fathcr-in-law, exacting from him
conditions and acts which the old roan could
not, and would not submit to. lhis state
ot affairs continued for a long time, until
Van Devinder felt that he could not stand
it any longer, and he resolved to bring it to
an end in a summary manner. According
ly, on Monday morning, as stated, when
Bowers and his two boys, the eldest about
11 years old, had gone to the field to plow
and work his corn, the old man took his
rifle and followed after, and secreted him
self behind the fence to await a favorable
opportunity. In a short time Bowers passed
the point where he was lying, and had got
nearly opposite to him, when he took delib
erate aim with the rifle and fired, the ball
taking effect in the side jut about the low
er ribs, liowers moved a tew steps and fell
dead, without having uttered a cry. The
boys, startled by the report of the rifle, saw
their father fall, and their grandfather get
up and hasten away. The lads raised the
alarm as soon as thev could realize the con
dition of affairs. The neighbors gathered
to the scene, shocked and horror stricken.
T il. . - f r -i-v a i
m me meantime an Jjevinuer pacted a
few clothes into a pair of saddle bags, and
started afoot to flee the vicinity. About
noon, Mr. Samuel Neal started in pursuit,
and tracked the fugitive to Pluiuville, a dis
tance ot upwards of twenty miles, where he
overtook him, and after precuring a war
rant, and securing the services of constable
Thomas 11. Wyncoop, had Van Devinder
arrested, and immediately conveyed him to
this place and committed him to jail."
Some workmen digging a cellar, in Polk
township, Monroe count', Indiana, struck
upon a subterranean chamber with a six
foot ceiling, and eighteen by twenty-five
feet within the walls, which are solid, neatly-seamed
stone work. Ranged in rows, on
rudely constructed platforms, were twelv3
skeletons, each with tomahawk and arrow
heads at their sides, ear rings and bracelets
ot solid silver, lying where they dropped,
and piles of what appeared to have been
furs in the centre of the platform, each pile
crumbling to dust as soon as exposed to the
light. A number of tools made of copper,
and hardened equal to the best cast steel,
were also unearthed, and fresh discoveries
are being constantly made.
An individual named John Long applied
to the Mayor of Harrisburg. on Satuaday,
tor power to secure possession ot his wife.
ii iranspirea mat .uong had been serving
the htate four years in the Penitentiarv for
robherry, and his wife bearing that he had
died in prison married a second time and
was content to live with her second husband
I he Mayor decided that John had disfran
chised himself by bis four years' service as
J a felon.
I It is said that during the seige of Quer
j etaro the women of the city carried food
j and drink to the soldiers ip the trenches, at
I the peril of their lives. Many thus fell
: victims to their conjugal devotion. One
, was shot through the breast bv a bullet.
which likewise killed the infant, strapped
to her breast. A second had her head taken
off by a round shot. A third was -killed by
a bullet in the plaza.
Another Fenian outbreak in Ireland is
anticipated. It is a pity that the brave peo
ple of that land will persist in insane at
tempts to free their country when there can
not be the slightest hope for success. 'Such
movements only bring disaster upon them
selves and make them even more miserable.
In a report of one of the late speeches of
secretary Reward in Uoston he was made to
say that when the President has served four
years the people "can turn him out and put
in a sauce-pan they like better." "Sauce
pan" turned out to be a misprint for "suc
About forty foreigners and ex-confecler-ates
held an informal meeting in Washing
ton on the 7th. They propose to raise a
companjc of one hundred picked men to
proceed to Mexico and avenge Maximilian's
Five hundred f Maximilian's Legion of
Honor arrived on Sunday at Mobile from
Vera Cruz. It is said that they will be
mustered out of the service in that city.
Miss Craig has sued a Chicago merchant
for $KX),000 damages for breach of prom
ise. Nobody can say her figure is a poor
It is estimated by the Agricultural De
partment statisticians that the wheat crop
will aggregate two billions of bushels.
The Austrian Minister has declared that
his government will have Maximillian's
body, or declare war upon Mexico.
Indianapolis is the Paradise of bricklay
ers. They get five dollars and a half per
CHEAP HOODS AND NUBIAS. 25 doien, of
the best quality of Wool Hoods and Nubias,
selling at from 40 to 75 cents each, at
Dec. 12,1366. MOSSOP'S
OHORTLIDGE & CO.," Proprietors of
Bellefonte Lime Kilns, Beliefonte, Pa.
Wood or coal burnt lime forwarded by Railroad,
and constantly on hand and for sale, at the kilns.
June 28. lS07-6mp
Un bunday, Jane 30th, 18G7, by D. S
i oore, hfq.t Mr. John Clary, and Misa
i'lARy hiLLA. Hepburn, both of Penn t'wp
Un J une 29th, 1 867, by J. D. Miller. Esq
.!" Isaiah U. Hancock, of Pike t'p., and
Miss Elizabeth Rafferty, of Penn tw'p.
May love, peace, and plenty, ever be the lot
ot the above happy coupl.. Please accept
our inants ior the greenback.'
On November 4th, 1866, by J. D. Miller,
xisq., iur. xos bloom, ot fike tw o., and
auiss oakau XiKiiARD, ot Knox township
On xNovember 22d, lSG6,by J. D. Miller,
fsq., Mr. .Lorenzo Bisnop, and Miss
iuARY iicFF. both of Chest township.
On April 18th, 1867,by D. Dressier, Esq.
Mr. George W. Norris. nf Win;
Lycoming county, and Miss Jane E. Par
ley, of Huston t wp., Clearfield county.
On June 29th, 1867, by D. Dressier, Esq.,
Air. Patrick Clark, late of Ireland, and
I'-irs. H,L1ZAETH BURNS, Ol llUStOH t p.
On July 3d, 1867, by D. Dressier, Esq.,
Mr. Mortimer A. Fart.f.v. of TTnst
Clearfield county, and Miss Mary A. Good-
ar, of Warsaw t wp., Jefferson county,
On July 4th, 1867, by Rev. Alex. Patton,
Mr. Wm. B. Whiteside, of Clearfield co.,
and ELMIRA I. K.NEEDLER. of Cherrr-tree.
Indiana county. -
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Pittsburg Prices Current,
PREPARED WEEK LY FOR THE "RAFTS M A 3 JOURS AL,'
BY T. C. JENKINS,
Dealer tn Flour, Produce and Refined Oils.
Pittsburg, July 8th, 1867.
FLOUR. I KCGARS.
Jenkins Eureka, S13 00 Brown, lli a 14
Jenkin s Billy, 5 2 75 Kenned, hard, 17
Jenkin's Eclipse 13 50 A Coffee,
Ford's A Crossett's 11 7o'B Coffee,
Rye Flour, bbl. 8 00 j Extra C,
00 a 16
Corn Meal, bushel, 1 OulTua, Black,
75 a 1 20
SO a 1 75
Buckwheat flour, 3 3 Green,
Wheat, 3 00 a 3 25 Syrups,
54 a 1 00
Rye, 1 30 Molasses
50 a 90
Oats, 63i Sorghum,
Corn in ear, 90'ltice.
Corn shelled, 1 GOjDried Apples.
Barley. 1 10 a 1 25Dried Peaches,
10J a 113
1'otatoes, bbl. 4 110 Salt. bbl.
Potatoes. P. Blows, 1 00 Candles,
viioni, ddi. o OiXap
No 3 Mackerel.bbl 13 00
3 25 Lard, choice, 131
9 00 Tallow, 0 10
3 00 Baccn. Sides. 11
Middlings, 1 85 a 2 35 Shoulders, 10
Beans, prime navy. 3 23 Ham, sugar cured, 18
Butter, prime roll, 15 Mess Pork. 23 50
Cheese, 20 Buckets, do, 3 25
Eggs, 17Brooms, dox. 3 25
Apples, hbl 8 00 a 9 OOjKefined Oil.white, 42a43
Cider, bbl dull, 8 00 1 Coffee, 22 a 26
PicKles, per bbl 17 00;lressed Hogs, 7i a 8
T. C. JENKINS,
Commission Merchant, 'Wholesale Dealer axd
Receiver of Floor. Provisions, all kisds
of Produce asd Refised Oils, ac, tc.
Cheapest Flour House in Pittsburjr. On hand
all well known and reliable brands Quality of
flour guaranteed. Inducements offered to Deal
ers, and prices current sent each week.
Checkered front, 273 Liuerty St. Pittsburg, Pa.
January 23d, 1867.
HE G A R T Y & FULLME R,
4 vrr 4 m-t'D ro o
And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds
of Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars. Imported and Do
mestic Cigars, Michigan Fine-cut, Cut and Dry,
and Fancy Smoking Tobaccos, best brands ; Lou
isville Plug Tobacco ; Meerschaum and Wood
Pipes of all kinds. 279 Liberty Stieet, Pittburg,
Penn'a fMay 22. 1867-ly.
b. nEQARTT. : : : w. p. fcfllxer.'
"DUMPS. Having located permanently
in Clayville, near Punxsutawnev.I have.
and intend keeping, constantly tn hand, and
eady for delivery, yellow and white pine
pumps, to suit wells of all depths. There pumps
are well finished and painted, and are the best
and moet durable pumps in use. I will also go
and wake pumps, or bore and lay pipe logs,
where ever needed the timber being found.
For further particulars call upon, or address
J. B. CONSOR.
June 12, 1857 6m. Punxsutawnej. Pa.
AT A SACRIFICE;
The entire stock and fixtures of II W. Smith's
DRY GOODS STORE. A rare opportunity is now
offered to Merchants throughout the county, or
any one wishing to go into the business, as the
locality is one of the best in Clearfield, and a
complete assortment of goods now on hand. Ap
ply at the Store. June 5, 1S67.
JJ BRIDGE, MERCHANT TAILOR,
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
One door East ol the Clearfield House,
Keeps on hand a full assortment of Gents' Fur
nishing goods, such as Shirts, (linen and woolen,
lludershirts. Drawers and Socks ;Neek-ties. Pock
et ti and kerchiefs, Gloves, Umbrellas, Hats, etc
in great variety. Of piece goods he keeps the
Best Cloths, (of all shades) Black
Doe-Skin Cassimeres of tho best make,
Fancy Cassimeres, in great variety.
Also. French Coatings; Beaver, Pilot, Chinchilla,
an t iricott uver-coating, all of which will be
sold cheap for cash, and made np according -to
the latest styles, by experienced workmen. Also
agent for Clearfield county, for I. M. Singer 4
Co's Sewing Machines. November 1, 1865.
QLEARFIELD MARBLE WORKS.
ITALIAN AND VERMONT MARBLE
FINISHED IN THE HIGHEST
STYLE OF THE ART.
The subscribers beg leave to announce to the
citizens of Clearfield county, that they have
opened an extensive Marble Yard, on ttie South
west corner of Market and Fourth streets, Clear
field, Pa., where they are prepared to make
Tomb Stones, Monuments,
Tombs, Box and Side Tombs,
Cradle Tombs, Cemetery Posts, Mantles,
Shelves, Brackets, etc., eta,
on very short notice.
They always keep on hand a large quantity of
work, finished, except the lettering, so that per
sons can call and select for themselves the style
They will also make to order any other style of
work that may be desired ; and they flatter them
selves that they ean compete with the manufac
tnrers outside of the county, either in workman
ship or price, as they only mploy the best of
workmen. All inquiries by letter promptly an
swered. - JOHN GUELICH.
May 22, 1867-tf. HENRY GTJELICH-
NOTICE. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to the Estate of Mat
thew Savage, on money account,' will pay the
fame to me; and all contracts made by him. to
be paid in wool, to be paid to J. B. fc C. B. Rich
Aew Washington, ju!7, '67-3tp. Adm r.
TO CORPORATORS. There will e a
. . . i . r .
" corporators oi me
'Whitner Run Improvement Company," at An
onville. on the first day of July next. Land
owners are invited to attend.
T P. B. MCRRILL,
Jane 19,18fi7-3t. For Corporators.
PAUTION. All persons are hereby cau
tioned against purchasing or in any
meddling with one horse and one wagon, now in
possession of Joel Wolsoncroft, of Boggs township,
the same belong to me and are subject to my
19, 1867-3tp. SAMUEL LAMBERT.
PAUTION.-A11 persons are hereby cau
tioned against purchasing or in any way
meddling wiib the following named property,
now m pasture at Thomas R ifferty's subject to
my order, to wit: one iron gray mare, one bright
gray horse, as the same belong to me.
Jue 12, lS67-3t. G. B HOOVER.
QAUTION. AJi persons are hereby cau
tioned against purchashing or meddling
with a certain red and white spotted cow, now in
possession of Ellis Mains, of Boggs township,
as the same belongs to me. and is subject to my
order at any time.
Jnne J6, ;67-3tp. JEREMIAH BTJTLtR
PAUTION. All persons are hereby cau
tioned against purchasing or in any way
meddling with one yoke of brindle oxen and two
cows, now in possession of Israel Wood, of Chest
township, as the same belon g to me and have only
been lrft with said Wood on loan, and are subiect
to my order at any time.
June 13, IS67-3t. L J. HURD.
CAUTION. All persons are hereby cau
tioned against rurchasinr or in anv wav
meddling with 3 red cows, 20 sheep, and 6 year
ling hoes, now in the Tiossessinn nf KiMiarrl
Phillips, of Decatur township. as the same b'long
to me and have only been left with him on loan,
and are subject to my order at any time.
Jono is, i80-. DAVID r . COPLIN.
QONCERT. The Cherrytrec Singing As-
sociation. will eivn a (Yinrri-t in thn
Presbyterian Church, on the Fourth of July, 1SB7,
tinder the direction of Mr Wm J.Smith The
performances will consist of National and Patri
otic Songs, Glees. Choruses, quartettes. Ac ; to
commence at 71 o clock. P M Tickets 25 cents
each to be obtained at the stores. No tickets
sold at the door. June 19. lS67-3t.
Q OLDIER'S BOUNTIES. The new bill
enualizinsrbo'unties has passed both Hou
ses, was approved by the President, and is nw a
law. A three years soldier gets $10(1 and a two
years' soldier S-iO Bounties and Pensions are
collected by me for those entitled to them. Brig
forward your applications.
J . Ii. Mcbj ALLY, Att'y. at Law.
August 1, 1S66 Clearfield. Pa.
I DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Lot-
ters of Administration on the estate of
Robert Clark, of Huston township. CleurGeld
co , dee'd, having been granted to the undersign
ed, all persons, having claims against the estate
are requested to present them properly authen
ticated for settlement, and those indebted to said
estate are requested to make payment without
delay. THOMAS HEWITT,
May 22, lS87-pd.
p LOUGHS. The undersigned would re-
snectfullv inform tlie rmi.lin that trio
uave now on nana, at tneir foundry in Curwens
vine, a lot or ploughs which thev will disDose o
on the most reasonable terms. They are of a new
pattern, and have given entire satisfaction to all
who have tried them. Also a lot of Dloueh noints
ana lanasiaes Kept constantly on hand. Old met
al taken in exchange for castings.
aiarcn o, JSt7.-ot UOBISON 4 SOJV
n.LEARFIELD HOUSE. Clearfikld
w r"A. ihe subscriber would resncctf'ullv
solicit a continuance ot too patronage ot liis old
irienas and customers at tne -UIearheld House.
Having made many Improvements, he is prepar
ed to accommodate all who may favor him with
their custom. Every department connected with
tne nouse is conducted in a manner to give gen
erai satisiacnon. uive Dim a call.
-Nov. 4, 13(58. GEO. N. COLBURN
4.RAPE VINES FOR SALE. All the
leadine hardv varieties of first oualitv
Concord, I year old 2o cts each, or S2D 00 per 100
" 2 " 50 " " - 40 00 per 100
neoecca, l " " ol) " best white grace
Iona, 1 " SI 50 best Amber irrane.
Any other varieties below nursery prices. Or-
ers solicited as goon as convenient and filled in
rotation. A M. HILLS
B. ines ready for removal bv the 15th of
vciooer. liearfield. fa.. Ani. 22. 1889
II E W E S T E R N HOTEL
The undersigned. hajii2 taken charge of the
above named Hotel, generally known as -The
Lanioh House," situate on the corner of Market
and Second Streets Clearfield, Pa, desires to;in
form the puolic that he is now prepared toaccom
mod ate those who may favor him with a call
The house has been re-fitted and re furnifLed,
and hence he natters himself that he will he able
to entertain customers in a satisfactory manner.
A liberal share of patronago is solicited -June
12, 1S67. J. A. STIXE.
Is the place to purchase goods of every descrin
tion. and at the most advantageous terms. A large
and well selected stock of seasonable goods has
Deen added to that already on hand, which we
are prepared to sell to customers at prices as low
as tne lowest. The highest market rates paid tor
lumber of all descriptions. The patronage of the
pueiic is recpectfully solicited.
E. A. IRVIN.
W. R. HARTSHORN.
Cnrwensville. July 17, 1865
"W. F. CLARK,
Would respectfully announce to the citizens of
Clearfield and vicinity that ne nas taKen me
rooms, formerly occupied by P. A. Gaulirj, in
Graham's Row. immediately over H. F. Naugle's
jewelry store, and will continue the tailoring bu
siness in all its various branches. A lull assort
ment of cloths, cassimeres, and vestings, con
stantly on hand and made np to order on the
shortest notice. Particular attention will be giv
en to cutting mens.' boys ' and childrens' cloth
ing, in the most fashionable styles. Give him a
call. I Dee. 5. "66.1 -W.F.CLARK.
. L . ,
JJ O M K IN D U S T R Y 1
BOOTS AND SIIOES
Made to Order at the Lowest Rates.
The undersigned would resDectfdlly invite the
attention of the citizens of Clearfiel i and vicin i
ty, to give him a cull at his shop on Market St.
nearly opposite Hsrtswick A Irwin's drug store,
where he is prepared to make or repair anything
in his line.
Orders entrusted to him will be executed with
promptness, strength and neatness, and all worn
warranted as represented.
I have now on hand a tock of extra frencn
calfskins, saperb gaiter tops, Ae., that I will
unisu np at the lowest figures.
June 13th, 1S66. lAMr.li wjjjilli
for sale by
good article, on hand and
MERRELL k BIGLER.
J O H X I 1 V I X,
Has just received and opened at the c!d stand
in CurwetiFville. an entire new stoek of Fall and
WinterGoods wbirh he will sell very cheap for
cash. His stock consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Jueensware, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ready
made Clothing, etc.
The public generally is respecfully invited to
givo iiiui a can , aee nia stK and bear h
i a eall : see hi
and purchase from him if
you find it will be to
ov. 15, ise
J E W A R R A N G E M E N T.
The subscribers have entered into co-partnership,
and are trading utider the name of Irvln,
Baity 4 Co.. in lumber and merchandise, at the
old stand of Ellis Irvin A Son, at the mouth of
Lick Run. Tiey would inform their friends, and
the world in general, that they are prepared to
furnish to order all kinds of sawed or hewn lain
ber, and solicit bills, for either home or eastern
They would also announce that they have just
A NEW STOCK
of well selected goods, suitable to the season, con
sisting ot every variety usually kept in country
stores. Their purchases have been made since
the late decline in prices which enable them to
sell at such rates as will astonish their customers
One if their partners, Thomas L. Baily, resides
near Philadelphia, whose business it w be to
watch the marKeU and make purchase - on the
most favorable terms. Call and see us.
THOMAS L. BAILT,
Goshen tp..Dec..1S5. LEWIS I. IRWIN.
JUST IN TIME!
THE SEW GOODS AT
W RIGHT & FLANIG A N" S ,
Having justteturned from the enstern cities
we are now opening a full stocK f seasonable
goods, at onr rooms on Second 5fteet to which
they respectfully invite the attention of the pub
lic generally. Our as.i-rtuient is unsurpassed
in this eection. and is being sold very low for
cash. Tho nock consists in part of
of the best quality, such ns Prints. Delaincs.Alpa
cas. Merinos. Ginghams ; Muslins, bieuciied and
unbleached; Drillings Tickings, cotton and wool
Flannels. Cassimcrs. Ladies' Shawls, Coats. Nu
bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts, Balmorals. ie . Ac. nil
of wHch will be sold low for cash. Al.o, a fine
assortment ot" the best of
consisting of Drawers snd Shirts, Hats and Caps,
ioots ana cnoes. lianaitercnielti cravats, etc.
Also. Raft Rope. Dog Rope, Raltina Aneura
and Axes. Nails and Spikes, Tinware, Lninps and
Lamp wicks and chimneys, etc., etc
Also, Qucensware. f?l!ware. Hard ware, Grooe
ries. and spices of all kinds. In short, a general
assorttneiit of every thing usually kept in a retail
store, all cheap for caxt. or approved country
Nov. 28-ja10 AVRIOHT A FLANIG AN.
J. V. Bradley'
-El KBRATBD PATENT DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (uRD0r2I.lt
The wonderful Flexibility and great comfort
and pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex El
iiptic CKiri win ne experienced particularly in
all crowded assemblies, operas, carriages, rail-
roxd cars, church pews, arm chairs, for prome
nade and houso dress, as tho skirt can be folded
when in use to occupy a small pi mo as easily and
conveniently as asuk or muslin dress, an inval
uaoie quality in crinoline, not tound in any sin
gle spring sKiri
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort.
and great conveDiei.ee of wearing the Duplex El
liptic steel spring rkirt for a single day, will nev
er atterwards willingly dispense with their use.
For children. miscs and young ladies, they are
superior to all others
They will not bend or break like the single
spring, but will preserve their perfect nd grace
ful shape when three orfour ordinary ikirts will
have been thrown aside as useless. The hoops
are covered with double and twisted thread, and
the bottom rods are not only douMe springs, but
twice, (or double)covercd ; preventing them from
wearing owt when dragiBg 'down sto jps.sritirs.Ao
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with all
ladies and is universally recommended by the
Fashion Magazines is the standard i-kirt of the
To enjoy the following inestimable advanta
ges in crinoline, viz: superior quality, perfect
manufacture, stvlish shape and finish, flexibilitv.
durability, comfort and economy, enquire for J.
W.Bradley's Duplex Elliptic, or Double Spring
Skirt, and be sure you eet the trenuine article.
CArno. To guard asaint imposition be par-
ticalr to notice that skirts offered as "Duiiles"
bave the red ink stomp, viz: "J. W. Bradley's
Dnpl ex fciliiptic fcteel Springs, upon the waist
band none others are genuine. Also notice that
every hoop will admit a pin being passed through
the centre, thus revealing the two (or douole)
springs braided together therein, which is the se
cret of their gexihility and strength, and a com
bination not to be found in any other skirt.
For sale in all store? where hrst class skirts are
sold throughout the United States and elsewhere.
Manufactured ny the sme owners of the Pstent.
WESTS. BRADLEY CiRY.
87 Chambers A 79 A 81 Reade Sts., N. Y
May 1st, lS7.-3tn.
cheapest in the county, at
PLASTER the cheapest in the county, at
May 29 '67. MOsSOP'
FLOUR the cheapest in the county, at
May 29, 67. MOSSOP'S.
DRY GOODS the cheapest in the county.
May 2i. '67. MOSSOP'S.
IT'EED the cheapest in
? May 29.
the county, at
BOOTS 4 SHOES tbe cheapest in the county,
at " MOSSOP'S.
AILS & SPIKES thecbeapest in the county,
SOLE LEATHER A t lilJIMiS-the cheapest
in the county, at MOSSOP'S
-tbe cheapest in the county, at
IS1I, of all kinds the cheapest
n the county,
LADIES' CLOAKS the cheapest m the county,
OIL 4 PAINTS
-the cheapest in the county, at
UEENSWARE the cheapest in the county,
OATENT BROOMS, the best invention out, 43
XT doien just received and for sale cheap at
December 12,1866. AlOssurs.
ALT' SALT'.! A prime article of ground al
um salt, put up in patent tacKS. for saleeheap
atthe stoieof R. MOSSOY.
T7MHRE SHUTTLE SEWING MA--
CIIINFS are sup rior to all others for fam
ily and manufacturing purposes. Contain all the
latest improvements; are gpee,ly ; noiseless; di
rable; and easy to work. Illustrated circular
free. Agents wanted. ' Liberal discount allowed.
No consignments made. Address EMPIRE S. M.
CO., nlit hroadway. New York Sep 4 C6-y.
T7RRORS OF YOUTH. A Gentleman
who suffered for years from Nervon
Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of
youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffer
ing humanity, send free to all who need it. the
recipe and directions for making the simple rem
edy by wbi -h he was cured. Sufferers wishing
to profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so
by ad dressing, in perfect confidence.
JUHN B. OGDFN.
Mayl5. '67-ly. 42Cedar Street. New York
'JO CONSUMITIVES.-The advertiser.
having been restored toheahh in a few
mel J T? T'ry inpl remedy, alter having
suffered for several years with a severe lung f
fettion. and that dread dUease cons: motion fa
anxious to make known to his fellow-rufTerer the
means of cure To all whodesi-e it. he will send
a copy of the prescription used (free of change)
with (he directions for preparing and using tHe
same, which they will find a sure cure for Con
sumption. Asthma. Bronchitis. Loughs, Colds, and
all Throat and Lung affections. The only object
of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to
benefit the afflicted, and spivad information which
he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes eve. y
sufferer will try his remedy, a it will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blesting. Parlies wish
ing the prescription, free, bv return mail, will ad
dress KtV. EDWARD A. WILSON.
May 15, 67 ly. Williamsburg. Kings co N. ".
GREAT DISCOVERY. One of tb
liveliest and most useful di.Hiveri" i
medical science was male bv the celebrated 3r
J Duma-, of Paris. Chief Physician lo thelmpe
rial Ii.firmary of France, iu ISfil. Jhosewho
have been afflicted with the painful d iscnse known
s the Piles, and effectually cured by the use of
Dr. Dumas' Fncxrn Ph.k bALVi:. cannot speak to.,
highly of the beuefits conferred upon them b
the use of this certain remedy. It bas nervr
been known to fail in effecting a permanent cure
in a tingle mse. In this rej ect it turpasses all
other medicines of the kind It will do just
what it is recommended for ; if not. the n.ony
wi!'. be refunded. One or two boxes is sufficient
to effect a rermai.ent cure in four or tix days, if
the directions on the box are fcllowed. Prion oi,
and two doUnr per box, according to sie. Sent
by Mail or Kxpress to any part of Ibe United
States or Canada Sold by Druggi.ts generally
A liberl discount made (o the trade. - ddre-V
D S. DUNHAM i CO.. V illiamsport Pa., wde
Proprietors and Manuf.ietuins for tbe I'ciied
State and Canada.
$500 00 REWARD wi!l l.e pnid in g.baeV.
to any person who has uedir. Dumas' Pil
Salve according to directions and has not been
cured Addrecs, D. S DUNHAM A Co Wi
-i'P JL'0' lec. ith. IS.fiJ.-y.
TJ",)-9.!tI;AT OF HUMAN
. il I M-.it 1 . J ust i-uWHied,
m n sealed env lope. Price six cts.
A lecture on the nature, treatment.
o , ctmi.iai eanijii or sper
matorrhea. Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debil
ity, ana Impediments to marriage generally
Nervousness, consumption, epilepsy, nd fits;
Metjta and physical incapacity, resulting from
Setf Abuse Ac By Robert J. Culverwell, M. D.,
author of the ' Green Book." Ac.
The world-rcnowncd author, in tins admirable
lecture, c.carly proves from his own experience
that tbe awful consequences of Self Abuse may
be efitctually removed without medicine, aud
without dangerous surgical operation:-, bougies,
instrument, rings, or cordials, pointing out a
mode of cure at once certain ami efieetuul bv
which every sufferer, no matter wh.t Lis cot.di
tion ir.-iy be. may cure himself cheaply, irivatelr
and radically This lecture will prove a boon i,'
thousands and thousands.
ent titidcr seal
to anv address in i
envelope, on tbe receipt of ix m.. n..
l'V?K" """P- Also lr. t ulverweire -Marriage
uuide, price 2S cents. A.idre,s the publishers'
CHAS. J. C. KLIXK A f.
rvt t-i -r , 27 Bowery. New Yck.
Oct 10 -0 ly. Postoffice Box 4686.
gCUENCIvS SEAWEED TON Hi
. TMs medicine, invented by Dr. J. II. S,-hei.ck.
ot I lulaoelphia, is intended lo dissi.Ivo the fowl
and make it into chyme, the first proct ss of di
gestion. By cleansing the stomach with Sehenck's
.luuuruKe I'llis. tne ionic soon restores the
me. ac-i jootl that could not be
uing it will l.e easily digested.
Consumption cannot be cuied bv Schenck a
1 uiinoniu Si-run unless the HrmH?l awl tin..
made healthy ai.d the annetitA roatnr..) k.,..
the Tonic and Pills are required in nearly everT
exse of .oonMimpHon. A half
the .Seaweed Tonio and three or four brxesof tha
Mandrake Pil's wiil cure anv or)irirv r
Dr. Svberjck makes trofc;;ir.n! ti-.ts in V.
ork. Boston, and at his principal office in Philn
delpbia every week See daily papers of each
place, or bis pamphlet on cotsuinntiou for his
dsys of vmtatioa
Ptexse obrve, wh en purchasing, that the two
ikenes-es of the I'octor. one when in ih. lr
stage of consumption, nnd the other as he now is,
in perfect health, are on the Government staruD.
Sold by all drnggis!s and dealers, nri-e Sl.irt
per bottle, or 7.Ml the half dozen. All lotter
for advice should be ad-lrecsed to Dr. .-'hr.ex's
principal Offi.-e. No. 15 North Sixth St..PLiI"a.l'.
leneral Wholesale Azetts: Demas Barnes A
Co .N.Y.; S. S. Ilnnr. Baltimore. MJ , ; John D.
Parke. Cincinnati. Ohio; Walker . Taylor, Chi
cago, III ; ollms Bros., St. Locis. Mo.
I'ctoher 1 1 , ISiifi-ly.
A LARGE LOT OF rLOTIirNG. Mic!udiDgsoo.e
extra quality of Beaver Orcr cent.. and m.
complete assortment of casiinere goods made cp
in suits to match for sale bv
Dec 6.IS6H. IRVIN A HARTSHORN.
GROVND AND L'NG ROUND SPICES. Citron.
English Currants, Essence Coffee, and Vine
gar ot the best quality, for sale by
J"n 10- UARTSWICK IRWIN.
AIM'S PANACEA. Kennedy's Medical Di-
:overy. llembold's Buchti. Bake t Cod LIvr
Uit. Jayte s and Ayer s Medicines. for sale by
Jan. 10 HARTSWICK4 IRlVljf.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT or good or eve
ry description, sold as low for cash, as at
any store in tbe county, by
lec. 6. 1866. IRVIN 4 HARTSHORN.
RODDER CUTTERS of a superior mak.- for
if?aJtfJ rMOI",He Pr?ies. at MERRELL and
BIGLKK'S. Clearfield, Pa. Hot. It
A LARGE LOT OF GLASS, white lead, paint
oils, etc.. at IRVIN 4 llAKTSHORN't
200 BUSHELS of choice BEANS for sale at tbe
gtor of IRVIN A HARTS HON.
C ANNED PEACHES. Dried cherries and apples
for sale by WRIGHT A FLANIG AN.
TROXt 1R0F!! Best
bar iron, for sale at tbe
MERRELL 4 BIGLER.
HARNESS. Trimmings, and Sboe-finding for
sale at MERRELL 4 BIULER'S
CANNED Ft UIT, of best qntlity, for sale by
Aug. 23. MERRELL A HIGLER .
I)ALMFR7S Patent unloading hay-forks to be
. had at MERRELL 4 BIGLER'S.
ADDLES, Bridles, harness, collars ie., for
ale t MERRELL 4 BI6LER S.
GUNS, Pistole and sword canes to be had at
June, '66. MERRELL 4 BIGLER'f.
THIMBLE-SKEINS and Pipe-boxes, t.-r W.g
ons, for sale by MERRELL 4 BIGLER
TMHREE NEW BUGGIES for sale cheap, at tbe
J Corner Store. Carwecsville, Pa. jl2.