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CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 31, 1S67.
Tyrone and Clearfield Bailroad.
' J rnin leaves Tyrone at : : : : : 9.20 a m
Arrives at Philipsburg at : : 11.20 a. m.
J tiin leaves Philipsburg a : : : 2.05 p m.
Arrives at Tyrone at : : : : 4.00 p- ai-
The Republicans of Clearfield county are
hereby invited to meet in County Conven
tion at the Court House in Clearfield, on
Thursday, August loth, 1867, at 2 o'clock,
p. m., for the purpose of nominating candi
dates, and for the transacting of other bu
siness. D. Faust,
Chairman Rep. County Com.
Religious. Divine services will be held
next Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows:
By Rev. Sembower in the Baptist church
in the evening. . ' .
By Rev. Chambers in the Episcopal
church, morning and evening.
By Rev. Guyer in the Methodist church,
in tho morning. . '
By Rev. Archer in the Court House,
morning and evening.
For all the late monthly magazines and
literary weeklies, inquire at the postoffice.
Relioiovs. By divine permission, the
Rev. Colver will preach in the Lutheran
church, in Clearfield, on Sunday morning,
Stable Burnt. On the night of July
2Sth, the stable of Fenton & Spencer, two
miles north of Pennville, was totally con
sumed. The same stable had been set on
fire on Sunday while the male portion ot
the family were at church, but the fire was
fx.itiguisned before much damage was done.
Tiie stable was situated about eiehty rods
from the house, and no fire had been near
the buitding. It was evidently the work of
To Parents. We would direct the at
tention of parents and others, to tl e adver
tisement of the Clearfield Academy, pub
lished to-day. The first session of the sec
ond Scholastic year of this popular institu
tion will open on the first Monday (2d day)
of September, 1867. All should avail them
selves of this opportunity to give their chil
dren a fiood and thorough practical educa
tion. All scholars should be in attendance
at the commencement of the session, if
Man Drowned. We Jeam that, on
Wednesday evening, July 24th, Mr. L.
M'Kuman, son-iu-law of Charles Webb,
Esq., of Elk county, was drowned below
the mill-dam of Mr. Webb. The deceased
was taking a bath, aad, upon jumping off
the sheeting of the dam into some twelve
feet of water, did not rise to the surface as
usu:;'. Zenas Webb, a brother-in-law who
was present, anticipating that souiethiug
was wrong, went to the relief of, and res
cued the drowning man nearly losing his
own life in the effort. The body of Mr.
M'Kuman was in the water only from ten to
fifteen minutes, yet all efforts to resuscitate
him proved unavailing.
The Concert. The scholars of the
Clearfield Academy school, gave a concert
of vocal music on Thursday evening, July
25th, in the Court House, which was beau
tifully decorated with evergreens and flow
ers, for the occasion. Tha exercises consist
ed of choruses, duets, solos, etc., with an
accompaniment on the piauo by Mrs. Berry.
All who participated in the exercises acquit
ted themselves in a manner wlii.h elicited
the commendation and applause of the large,
attentive and intelligent audience present.
From the general deportmeut of the schol
ars, the precision with which they perform
ed their several parts, and the interest they
manifested in the exercises, it is evident
that Prof. Harrison is fully competent to
discharge the onerous duties devolving upon
him as the principal of the Academy, and
we congratulate him oa the entire success of
the concert. , Notwithstanding the intense
heat, and the crowded state of the Court
room, general good order was preserved
throughout the whole of the cxercises,at the
close of which all retired to their homes well
pleased with the musical treat they enjoyed.
More Villainy. A correspondent in
forms us that, "on Saturday night, July
-th, a horse was stolen from tha stable of
Abraham Spencer the building being burn
ed on Sunday night, as noticed elsewhere.
On tho evening of Saturday, three young
men, from the neighborhood of Clearfield,
came to the Lyceum at Pennville two of
them with a buggy and went home with
A- Spencer to spend the night. In the
morning the horse was gone, search was
nade and the horse found, on the pike near
the old mill, below Bridgeport, in the pos
Hjbion of a person, it is said, unknown to
te owner of the horse and, strange to
'ejate, the thief was permitted to escape
without arrest, or giving bis name, or a sat
isfactory account of his being in possession
f the stolen horse. Such connivance, or
com promise with crime is highly repre
hensible." The political feeling runs very high in
Torinssee. Maynard and Ethridge met ac
cidentully at Greenville, last week, when a
rontre took blace, the latter striking the
former. They were eeparted before any
damage was done either.
Perry County. A M. Yinzler, re:i
dinsr beliw Newport, was bitten, by a cop
perhead snake last week. She is recover
ing from the effects of tha bite.
Jrfferson County On July ICth, a
child of James Richard, of Warsaw town
ship, aged thirteen months, fell into a well
and was drowned before it could be rescued.
. . . . On July 19th, Tommy, son of E.
H. Willson, of Brookville, had two of ribs
brokeu, his head severely cut, and the body
much bruised, by being thrown from ahorse
which he was riding. He is doing as well
as could be expected.
To Drive Off Hats. A correspondent
vouches for the following: "Take a bunch
of matches and soak them over night in a
teacupful of water; then take out the match
es and thicken the water with Indian meal
to a thick dough, adding a spoonful of su
gar and a little laid. Lay about the premi
ses where the rats, and nothing else,will get
it. It is decidedly the best exterminator
extant." Give it a trial.
If patronage and progress are a test of
merit, the State Normal School at Edinboro
is one of the best schools for all classes of
students. In addition to thorough instruc
tion in all English branches, instruction in
French and German is now given by an ed
ucated German Clergyman, Rev. R. Bierd
emann. We advise all the young who in
tend going to school away from home, to go
to Edinboro. Circulars can I e obtained by
addressing the Principal, J. A. Cooper, Ed
inboro, Erie Co., Pa. Titmville Herald.
Cambria County. Joseph W. Mayers,
Esq, was killed at Summerhi'l, on July 19lh,
The unfortunate man was walking down the
railroad, and had stepped from one track to
the other to avoid a train approaching in
front, when a train came up behind and ran
over him killing him instantly. . . . On
Monday, July 22nd, during the absence of
the family, the house of J. F. Howard, in
Johnstown, was entered and robbed of a
gold watch, $53 dollars in bills, a $50
7-30 bond and some money belonging to a
lady, and other valuables. The thief is un
known. A New Tax on Lumbeli Mills. The
Clinton RcnuLUcan .sa,'s that the Pennsyl
vania Railroad company, who have now se
cured control of all the lines of transporta
tion on the West Branch of the Susque
hanna, except the river itself, have signal
ized their advent to the management of the
Pennsylvania canal by imposing an onerous
lax upon the lumbermen whose mills are lo
cated along that concern. This taxation
will iti the future of course contribute to
keep up the price of lumber. We have no
doubt but the subject will be ultimately re
ferred to the decision of the Legislature.
Blair County. The house of Jacob
Strayer of Claysburg, was broken into some
ten days ago, and $260 in greenbacks, and
a let of gold and silver stolen therefrom, by
some unknown thieves. . . . Two prison
ers, named Ilandlen and Valentine, tried to
escape from the Ilollidaysburg jail, by set
ting the stairway on fire. The jailor, how
ever, discovered the fire in time to prevent
the burning of the buiiding and secured the
prisoners and locked them in a cell. . . An
unfinished building belonging to John Mor
gan, in Ilollidaysburg, was entirely destroy
ed by fire on the night of July 24th. It is
supposed to have been the work of an incen
diary. Westmoreland County. The barn of
Francis Ford, of Fairfield tp., with a large
lot of wheat and hay was destroyed by fire.
The c3use of the fire is unknown. Loss
heavy. ... A young man named B. Y.
Potter of Cambria county, committed sui
cide, at Derry statiou, by taking poison.
He was engaged in taking photographs, in
a car. .. . . On the 26 July, the dwelling
house of Daniel Gross, a deaf and dumb
man, residing in Hempfield tp., was burned
to the ground with its contents. Mr. Gross
and his wife left the house, before breakfast
in the morning to assist a neighbor in har
vesting, they knew nothing of the destruc
tion of the building until their return home
in the evening. The unfortunate couple
had nothing left except the clothes on their
backs The disaster is attributed to an in
cendiary. . . . John M'William's Jewelry
store, at Irwins station, was robbed of $1,000
worth of jewelry, on the night of July 17th;
and the store of J. II. Theiler of $25 worth
of boots and shoes. The theives were ar
rested. Gen. Sherman has recently spent a faw
days amid the salubrious scenery of the lit
tle lakes near jMadison, v isconsin, and
while there has been quite unreserved in the
expression of his opinions regarding the
perilling questions in our national politics ;
and the Cairo editor may be edified by the
fact that ti e general expressed his sympa
thy, in the main, with the reconstruction
policy of Congress, and as substantially
agreeing with the views of Generals Grant
and Sheridan. This being so, the Copper- j
head politicians who are looking to General j
Sherman as their next standard bearer must j
either back down from their semi-treasona- j
ble "policy," or let Sherman alone. j
The N. Y. Herald's Canada correspon-!
dence says : Certain parties in Canada, who
are suppased to be posted,say that a scheme
for tho abduction of President Lincoln was
started in the South as early as 1863, and
that Col. Perry Windham, who commanded
a regiment in and about Washington, had
at one time agreed to deliver up the Presi
dent and his Cabinet at Richmond, and
would probably have done so if he had not
been suddenly removed.
On July 7th, 1867, by Rev. Isaac Leas,
Mr. Moses C. Norkis and Miss Maria
Hockman, both of Pike tp.
On July 23d, 1S67, Henjamin Smeal, of
Decatur township, agei 83 years, 11 mo's,
and 21 days.
At the Merchants' Hotel, in Philadelphia,
on July 23d, 1867, Charles R. Foster, M.
D., of Philipsburg, Centre county, aged a
bout 47 years. The deceased was a native
of Cape May, New Jersey. He removed to
this couuty in 1843, and afterwards located
at Philipurg, where he was very success
ful in the practice of his prolession. He
was affable and kind-hearted a tender
husband, an indulgent father, an accommo
datir g neighbor, a zealous and consistent
member of the Methodist church, and much
beloved, by all who knew him. The disease
of which he died, consumption, was contract
ed some two years ago, since which time his
health gradually declined, aud finally termi
nated in death. His remains were brought
to Philipsburg, where they were interred on
Thursday, July 25th, in accordance with the
Masonic burial ceremonies, he being a mem
ber of that fraternity. His death will he
deeply mourned by his family and friends,
and sincerely regretted by his Masonic breth
ren, and the community in which he has so
long resided. Peace to his remains.
About July 1st, at Helena, Montana Ter
ritory, William Jones Berry, second son
of the late Benj. J. Berry, 31. IX, of Centre
county, Pa. The deceased entered the ar
my in 1861, was a member of the 45th Re
giment Penn'a Volunteers, and, after his
first term of service, was appointed Hospital
Steward U. S. A. In Dec. 1865, he was or
dered to Fort. Vancouver, thence to Fort
Boise, Idaho Territory, and had but just ar
rived in Helena when he was attacked with
disease, which proved fatal. Had he lived,
his term of service would have ended on the
17th of August 1867. His death-bed was
surrounded by the best medical men the ci
ty afforded, and, although a stranger in a
strange land, received evert kindness and
attention from warmly attached lriends.
He was kind hearted and generous to a
fault, and will be sincerely lamented by all
who knew him.
During the past two weeks six citizens of
Jjancaster, l'a., died, whose ages aggregated
tour hundred and seventy years.
T. C. JENKINS,
Commission Mekohant, Wholesale Dealer and
Receiver op "Flour. Provisions, all kisds
! .. . W ..... .. t , . .- . . r-
Cheapest Flour House in Pittsburg. . On band
all well known and reliable brand Quality of
t lour guaranteed, inducement one red to deal
ers, and prices current sent each week.
Checkered Front, 273 Liberty St. I'ittsburg, Pa.
January 23d, lb07.
XT E GAltTY Sc F U L L M E R,
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 Stteet, Pittsburg,
Penn'a (May 22. 18G7-ly.
W. B. BKGAKTY. I : W P. FCLLMER.
If I S S II. S. S W A N ' S
JJ- School For Girls.
The first term of 22 weeks, will commence on
Monday, h'eptembcr 2d, 1537.
IEKM3 OP TUITION.
Heading, Orthography, Writing, Object Lessons,
Primary Arithmetic, and Primary Geography,
per half term (of 11 weeks) 55.00.
History, Local and DescriptiveGeography, with
Map Drawing, Grammar, Mental and Written
Algebra and the Sciences, S'J 00
Drawing with any of the above, 11.00.
July 24, 1S67.
I 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, 1SC7.
L W A Y S NEW,
JOHN I II V I N,
Has just received and opened at the old stand
in Curwensville, an entire new stock of Fall and
Winter Goods, which he will sell very cheap for
CASH. Ilis stock consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Queensware, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ready
made Clothing, etc.
The public generally is respccfully invited to
give him a call ; see his stuck and bear bisprices,
and purchase from him if you find it will be to
your advantage, Nov. 15, 1S66
JE W A 11 RANGE ME N T.
The subscribers have entered into co-partnership,
and are trading under the name of Irvin,
Daily A Co.. in lumber and merchandise, at the
old stand of Ellis Irvin vt Son, at the mouth of
Lick Run. They would inform their friends, ana
the world in general, that they are prepared to
furnish to order all kinds of sawed or hewn lum
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 he to
watch the inaricets and make purchase oh the
most favorable terms. Call and see us.
THOMAS L. BAILY,
Goshen tp.,Dec.6, IS65. LEWIS I. IRWIN,
GHORTLIDGE & CO., Proprietors of
Bellefonte Lime Kilns, Beliefonte, Pa.
" ood or coal burnt lime forwarded by Railroad,
and constantly on hand and for sale, at the kilns.
June 25. ISti7-timp
QAUTIOX. All persons are hereby cau
tioned a;aint purchasing or in any way
meddling with two mares and two colts, now in
possession of James Beatty, of Bell township, as
the same belong to me, and are only left with him
on loan, subject to my order.
Jn'ylO, lg87-3t. L. D. HILS.
JpLOUGIIS. The undersigned would re
spectfully inform the public that they
nave now on hand, at their foundry in Curwens
ville, a lot of ploughs which they will dispose of
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 plough points
and landsides kept constantly on hand. Old met
al taken in exchange for castings.
March 6, IS67.-6t ROBISON A SOX.
O K T II AMERICA
OF XEW YORK,
ONLY COMPANY IN TIIE WORLD,
Offering Security Guaranteed by the Di
rect Supervision and Control of its
Funds by the General or
In addition to tho security heretofore offered,
we call particular attention to the following :
By a recent act of the Legislature of the State
of New Tor"i, the Company is authorized to make
Specii'.l Deposits with the Superintendent of the
Insurance Department, and receive therefor Reg
istered Policies bearing the Seal of the Depart
ment, and a Certificate that the Policy is secured
by Pledge of Public Stocks under a Special Trust,
created by the uct of the Legislature in favor of
the NORTH AMERICA LIFE INSURANCE COM
PANY exclusively. This makes every Register
ed Policy -as secure to tho holder as a National
Bank Note or a United States Bond.
Investments are confined to Bonds of the Uni
ted States. State and City of New York, and First
Mortgages of Real Estate to amount of half mar
NO RESTRICTIONS IN TltA VEL.BESIDENCE,
or the ordinary employments, in any part of the
United State or Europe, at any season of the
THIRTY DAYS' GRACE ON ALL RE
ALL POLICIES ARE NON FORFEITING AND
This popular combination of
SECURITY AND FREEDOM,
The result of twetity-five years of study and ex
perience on the part of its originator, is giving
the NORTH AMERICA an unparalleled success.
That the surpassing excellence of this Compa
ny, and the unprecedented privileges its mem
bers enjoy are daily becoming more generally rec
ognized is made manifest by the rapid increase
of its business. During the first four months' of
the present year it issued over fifteen hundred
policies, insuring nearly four million five hun
dred thousand dullars, which shows a gain over
tho business of the corresponding period of last
year of one hundred policies monthly, and an
increase for the four months of nearly a million
do'l.ars in amount insured.
Dividends payable annually, at present FORTY
FIVE PER CENT.
ALL INSURERS are invited to examine and
compare their policies with those of the
N. D. MORGAN, President.
T. T. MERWIN, Vice-President.
J. W. MERRILL, Secretary.
G. ROWLAND, Actuary.
A. C. FTNNEY,
W. J. GEISSINGER.
Special Agent. jylO-lm.
JJ BRIDGE, MERCHANT TAILOR,
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
One door East of the Clearfield Ilouse,
Keeps on hand a full assortment of Gents' Fur
nishing goods, such as Shirts: (linen and woolen,
Uudershirts. Drawers and Socks ;Neck-ties. Pock
et Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Umbrellas, Hats, etc ,
in great variety. Ot piece gooas ne seeps me
Best Cloths, (of all shades) Black
Doe-Skin Cassimeres of the best make,
Fancy Cassimeres, in great variety.'
Also. French Coatings; Beaver, Pilot, Chinchilla,
n I Tricott Over coating, all of which will be
sold cheap for cash, and made up according to
the latest styles, by experienced workmen. Also
agent for Clearfield county, for I. M. Singer A
Co's Sewing Machines. November 1, 1865.
ILVER-STEEL SCYTHES for sale at
July 10. J. P. KRATZEK p.
ATE NT SCYTHE SNATH'S at
J. P. KRATZER'S.
RAKES and FORKS, (all kinds) t
J. P. KRATZER'S
OLID STEEL HOES at
J. P. KRATZER'S.
QRAIN SCOOPS (long and Jndles) '
HOVELS and SPADES at
J. P. KRATZER'S.
"70R SALE. One two-horse wagon, with
spring seat; complete boxes. 3 by 1U.
Paica. 00. Call.on W. K.JJROWN,
July IU, 1667. . or Pamore A Son.
Ql A REWARD Some evil-disposed pcrscn
OIU hving shot a cow. (belonging to the nn
dersignel.) in the Lend, on or about the 2fth of
Juue. lSn7, a reward of ten dollars will be paid
lor the discovery of tile perpetrator of the fiend
ish deed. S J ROW.
g AW MILL MACHINERY FOR SALE.
The entire machinery of a Mulay mill, built
by Todd t Duncan, in 13fi6, and as good as new,
is offered for sale at a reasonable price. It is now
in operation at our mill.
Lick Rnn.July 24-3t. IRWIN, BAILEY k CO.
qO THE FARM ERS OF CLE R FIELD
COUNTY. The subscriber has on hand
an ! for sale 3-horse and 4-horse-power Threshing
Machines, with shaker attached, made of good
material Machines will be delivered in Clear
field. Orders promptly attended to. Addres,
Strattonville, Clarion co., Pa
B. SPACEMAN, Agent,
J uly 24-lm p.J Clearfield, P
JAUTION. All persons are heieby cau-
tioned aeaint purchasing or taking an
assignment of a certain promissory note, given
by the undersigned to John Or well. dated about
the 15th of June. lSti7, and calling for one hun
dred and niuety-eight dollars. Having received
no value for said note, I will not pay the same
unless compelled to do so by due process of law.
July 17. '67-3tp JOHNJJ. KATEN.
TUMPS. Having located permanently
- in Clayville, near Punxsutawney.I have,
and intend keeping, conslmitly n hand, and
ready for delivery, yellow and wniTS pine
pumps, to suit wells of all depths. The:e pumps
are well finished and painted, and are the best
and most durable pumps in use. I will also go
and make pumps, or bore and lay pipe logs,
where ever needed the timber being found.
For further particulars call upon, or address
J. B. COSOR.
June 12, lSS7-Cm. Puuxsutawney. Ta.
rpO BRIDGE BUILDERS. Proposal
will bo received by the undersigned man
agers of the Susquehanna Bridge Company, for
the building of a bridge over the Susquehanna
River. at the crossing of the Philipsburg and Sus
quehanna Turnpike. Plans and specifications
can be seen by calling on L. C. Bloom, at said
bridge, or on either of the undersigned mana
gers. The contractor to remove the !d structure
and to allow the company market price for nil old
material used in the new bridge.
J.R.REED, B. HARTSHORN,
L C. BLOOM.
July 17-5t. Managers.
O O L E N FACTORY
Having purchased an interest in the Union
Mills, in Union township, Clearfield county, we
are prepared to card wool, manutacture and nn
i."h cloth, and do ail kinds of work in our line on
short notice, in a workmanlike manner, and on
reasonable terms. Flour, feed, and lumber, also
manufactured and for sale. Terms, cash.
F. K. A J. 11. ARNOLD.
Rockton. June 20, 1S57.
N.B. Wool intended for carding cn be left
at R Mossop's or J. P. Krutzer's, in Clearfield,
which will be taken away and returned when
carded, on Saturday of each wees.
l II E CHEAPEST GOODS
ARE SOLD BY
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. 1C,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
Read the following list of goods ami nrofittKerehq
1 1. - . . r .
C h tap
FOB THE LADIES.
Always on hand a large stock of La
dies goods such as Coburg Cloth,
Alpacas, De Laines, Ginghams.
Prints, Chinti, Kerchiefs, Nu
bies, Bonnets, Gloves, etc.
CVapi Always on band Black, Blue. Brown
... ... ,
and (irey Cloths, Fancy and Black
Casiineres. battinets, Uasstnets,
Tweeds, Plain and Fancy Vest
ings. Shirting, etc., etc. eto.
Such as Coals, Pants, Vests, Under-
Chr.ap shirts, and other Flannel shirts.
Cheap Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Neck-
ties,Gum Bootsand Shoes. and
a variety of other articles.
Such as Uni. leached and Bleached
Muslins. Colored Muslins. Linen
and cotton tablecloths. Oil cloth,
Linen and hemp towls. car
pets, curtains, fringe, eto
Cheap Ify011 wantNailsor spikes, Maiur;QOI,
or other fork Saw-mill or other
saws, Smootn; ng irons. Locks,
Hinges, etc, go to Mossop's
where you n buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Cheap Knives and forks. Butcher Kuives,'roof
Cirap- Shoe and Stove black ing, Manilla Goods
Cheap and hemp ropes, Ink, Paper or Goods
'Jheap Pens, Powder, Shot or Lead, IGoodt
Cheap etc., buy them at Mossop's. Goods
C'iKapi IF YOU WANT '.Goods
or Wicks, coal oil, etc , go to
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
Cheap, Good cxtra famiiy Flour, White or'.
brown sugar, hams, shoulders or
sides, coffee; Imperial, Young
Hyson or blacK tea, buy them
at Mossop's cheap for cash.
C iiea a
IF YOU WANT
Tallow candles, fine or coarse salt,
Syrup or molasses, cheese, dried
apples or peaches, water or so
cio cracicers, call at Mossop's
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Ceap Port wine for Medical or Saeramen-ioc
tal uses, Sweet wine, old Monon-
gahela or rye wbisKy, Cherry
and Cognae brandy, buy at
Mossop's cheap cash store.
iv von w A XT
Cheap Ravens, Figs, Prunes or dried Cur- 9
""' ranis: nioeris, cream, pecan or
ground nuts, candies. Liquorice
or .Liquorice rooi, Duy toem
at Mossop'scheap and good.
IF YOU WANT
To buy any other article cheap, Goods
sure to go lo Aiossop, iur ue vut(j00js
cheaper for cash than any other Goods
person in Clearfield county. Goodi
November 27. 1861. p27'59.;oorf,
Approved ntntttry produce of every kind taken at
the usual market prices in exchange for good.
T- OST. On Tuesday evening. J uly 9th,.a leath
J er-bound copy of "The Camp, the Battle
Field, and the Hosrital," by Dr. F. P. Brockett.
The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving
it at the Jouesal office, or returning it to
July 17. NATHAN B. TRUDE.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of good of eve
ry description, sold as low for cash, ss at
any store in the county, by
Dec. 6. 1865. IRVIN & HARTSHORN.
WANTED. A. servant that can cook, wash
and iron. Apply to H. W. SMITH.
Clearfield, June 5, 1867.
FOR SALE at eost 4 barrels of good family
flour, to elose out the stock, at
Jan. 10,1866. MERRELL 4 BIQLER'S.
Cheap Shoe Last or Pegs. Palm or Fancy ;0"
Cheap, Soap. Starch, Wall Paper or Win- G.00'y
Cheavl .!.., SI, i.lj l.ntnns I.unin tube (roods
JjpIPIRE SHUTTLE SEWING MA-
ilvand manufacturing nurnni rnniiin all iha
latest improvements; are speedy ; noiseless; da-,
rable: and easy to work. Illustrated circulars
free. A cents wanted. Liberal discount allowed.
No consignments made. Address EMPIRE g. M.
CO., 616 Broadway, New York Sep. 5 66-y.
pRRORS OF YOUTH. A Gentleman
who (-uffered for years from Nrvoua
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' experience, can do so
by ad dressing, in perfect confidence.
JOHN B. OQDEN.
May 15, '67-ly. 42 Cedar Street, New York.
rjsO CONSUM1TIYES. The advertiser,
having been restored to health in a few
weeks by a very simple remedy, alter having
suffered for several years with a severe lung af
fertion. and that diead disease eocsi. nipt ion is
anxious to make known to his fellow-rufferers the
means of cure To all whodesi-e it, he will send
a copy of the prescription used (free of charge)
with the directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a sure cure for Con
sumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and
all Throat and Lung affections. The only object
of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to
benefit the afflicted, and spiead information which
he cone ives to be invaluable, and he hopes avaty
sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wih
ing the prescription, free, bv return mail, will ad
dress REV. EDWARD A. WILSON.
May 15, '67 ly. Willianubnrg. Kings co N. Y.
A GREAT DISCOVERY. One of the
greatest and most useful discoveries in
medical science was made by the celebrated Dr.
J Dumas, of Paris. Chief Physician to the Impe
rial Irfirmary -of France, in 1861. Ihose who
have been afJic ted wiih tie painful disease known
as the Piles, and effectually cured by the u.so of
Dr. Uuuas French I'ilb bALVE. cannot speak too
highly of the benefits conferred upon them b
the use of this certain remedy. It has nevor
been known to fail in effecting a permanent cure
in a single case. In this respect it surpasses all
other medicines of the kind. It will do just
what it is recommended for ; if not. the money "
will be refunded. One or two boxes is sufficient
to effect a permanent cure in four or six days, if
the directions on the box are followed. Price one
and two dollars per box, according to site. Sent
by Mail or Kxpress to any part of the United
States or Canada Sold by Druggists generally.
A liberal discount, made to the trade. Address,
D.S.DUNHAM A CO.. Williamsport Pa., sole
Proprietors and Manufacturers for the United
States and Canada.
50O 00 REWARD will be paid in greenbacks
to any person who has used Dr. Uuiuas' Pilo'
Salve according to directions and has not been
cured Address, D. S. DUNHAM A CO.. Wil
liamsport. Pa. Dec. 5th, lS06.-ly.
"rAXIIOOD : HOW LOST, HOW RE-x'i-
STORED. Just Published, jrfmtn-
a new edition ot J.r. Uulverwell ejr
Celebrated EsSay on the radical cureSrTTiJ
(without medicine) of Spermatorrhea, or seminal
weakness, Involuntary Seminal Lo.-ses, lmpolen
cy, Mental and physical incapacity. Impedimenta
to marriage, eto. ; also consumption . epilepsy,
and fits induced by self indulgence or sexual
Price in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay,
clearly demonstrates, from a thirty year's suc
cessful practice that the alarming consequence of
self abuse may be radically cured without the
dangerous use of internal medicine, or the appli
cation of the knife pointing out a mode of cure
at once simple certain, and effectual, by means of
which every sufferer, no matter what his condi
tion may be. may cure himself cheaply, private
ly, and radically. This Lecture should be in tha
hands of every youth, and every man in the land.
Sent uuder seal, to any address, in a plain serl
ed envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or two
post stamps. Address the publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.
.127 Bowery. New York.
Oct 10 '66 ly. Post Office Box 4586.
R. SCIIENCK'S MANDTJAKR
PILLS, A SUBSTITUTE FOR CAL-
These Pills are composed of various roots.hav
mg the power to reiax the secretions of the liver
as promptly and effectually as blue pill or mercu
ry, and without pro ueing any of those disagree
able or dangerous effects which often follow the
use of the latter.
In all billious disorders these Pills may be used
with confidence, as they promote thediocharge of
vitiated bile, and remove those obstructions from
the liver and billiary ducts, which are the causa
of billious affectations in general.
Schenck's Mandrake Pills cure Sick Head neb ,
and ftll disorders of the liver, indicated by sallow
complexion, coated tongue, oosliveness, drowsi
ness, and a general feeling of weariness and las
situde, showing that the liver is in a torpid or ob
In short, these pills may be used with advan
tage in all cases when a purgative or alterative
medicina is required.
Please ask for -Dr. Schenck's Mandrake Pills,"
and observe that the two likenesses of the Doctor
arc on the Government stamp one in the last
stage of consumption, and the other in hs pres
Sold by all druggists and dealers. Price, 25
cents per.box Principal office. No. 15 North 6th
Street. Phil a. , Pa
Geneml Wholesale Agents : Demits Barnes A
Co., 21 Park Row N. Y. ; S. S. Hance, 18 Balti
more. Md.; John D. Park, N. E. corner of Fourth
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Taylor U4and 136 Waba.-b Avenue.Chicago.IlI ;
Collins Bros., southwest cor. ot Second and Vita
St . St. Louis, Mo Oct. 17. Ibfift. 141
GROCERIES tha cheannxt In tK. .t
J May 29. MOSSOP'S.
PLASTER the cheapest in the county, at
May 29 '67. MOSSOP'S.
rLOUR the cheapest in the county, at
l Jiay za. 0
RY GOODS the cheapest in the 'county, at
May zy, 'ov. JlUbSUfb.
FEED the cheapest in the county, at
May 29. MOS;
BOOTS A SHOES tho cheapest in the county
Vf AILS A SPIKES ihe cheapest in the county,
-L fct : MOSSOP'S.
SOLE LEATHER A FINDINGS the cheapest
in the county, at MOSSOP'S
CLOTniNG the cheapest in the county, at
May 29. MOSSOP'S.
I71ISII, of all kinds the cheapest in the county,
: at . . MOSSOP'S.
LADIES' CLOAKS the cheapest in the county,
IL A PAINTS the cheapest in the eounty, at
May 2. U&aoi"S
UEENSWARE the cheapest in the county,
at . -aujaftur's.
A LARGE LOT OF CLOTHING, including soma
extra quality of Beaver Over-coats, and a
complete assortment of cassimere goods, made up
in suits to match for sale by
Deo 6,1866. IRVIN A HARTSHORN.
GROUND AND UNGROUND SPICES, Citren,
English Currants, Essence Coffee, and Vine
gar ot the best quality, for sale by
Jan. 10. . HARTSWICK A IRWIN:
SWAIM'S PANACEA, Kennedy's Medical Dis
covery, Hembold's Buchu, Bake'a Cod Liver
Oil, Jayne's and Ayer's Medicines. for sale by
Jan. 10. HARTSWICK A IRWIM.