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CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. '7, 1867.
Tyrone and Clearfield Bailroad.
t ruin leaves Tyrone at : : : : : 9 20 a m
Arrives at Phil ipsburg at : ; 11 20 a.m.
lilin leaves Philipsburg a : : : 2.04 p m.
Arrive at Tyrone at : ' : : 4.00 p. m.
The Republicans of Clearfield county are
hereby invited to meet in County Conven
tion at the Court House in Clearfield, on
Thuisdcty, Auffust 15th, 1867, at 2 o'clock,
p. in., for the purpose of nominating candi
dates, and for the transacting of other bu
siness. . i D. Faust,
Chairman Rep. County Com. .
Rfxigious. Divine .services will be held
next Sabbath, in Clearfield, a follows:
By Rev. Sembower in the Baptist church
in the morning. . ' . '
By Rev. Chambers in the Episcopal
church, morning and evening . : . t
By Rev. Guver in the Methodist church,
in the afternoon. . , ' rr
By Rev. Archer 'in the Court, House,
moraing and evening.
-g m i i
Sebastian Shaffer fell down a stairway in
Warren and was instantly tilled. lie was
over ninety years ot age. '
The Hay Scaled Mr. 'Isaac Johnson
infovma us that the hay scales in this Bor
ough have been oiled and adjusted, and test
ed, and that they now weigh correctly.
f DEEP KLLED.re learn that, on Wed
nesday night last, July 3Jst, some dogs got
among a lot of sheep belonging to Messrs.
Fuilerton & Brown, - butchers, and killed
seventeen of the flock.
Notice. The Executive Committee of
the Clearfield County Agricultural Society
are requested to meet at the Register's of
fice, in Clearfield, at 4 o'clock on Saturday
next, (August 10th,) for the purpose of de
ciding whether a fair will be held or not,
the coming fall. ..-
New Fin.M. Messrs. R-He & Shaw hav
ing purchased the Drug Store of C. D. Wat
son, would respectfully announce to the pub
lic that they are making additions to their
stock, and will supply everything in their
line at reasonable prices. See advertise
ment in another column.
Meat. By reference to our advertising
columns it will be seen that Messrs. Fuller
ton & Brown have comniei-ced the butcher
ing business and that they arc prepared to
lurnish meats, in large or small quantities,
to all who may favor them with a call. Shop
in basement at Colburn's hotel.
Enlarged. The Cambria Freeman,pi
Kbhed at Ebensbnrg, has been enlarged to a
town column paper, .and . otherwise much
improved. It now presents a very readable
appearance, and it is to be hoped that the
efforts of the editor to publish a good paper
will be duly appreciated by his patrons.
Cakd Etiquette. The following from
nil exchange piper, may be of interest to
some of our lady readers who frequently go
out to "make calls." "A plain card de
notes a passing call; the lower right hand
corner turned down, a visit; left hand lower
corner, condolence; right hand upper cor;
ner, business; and left hand upper corner,
Masonic Orgaxizat on. Moshannon
Lolge No. 391 A. Y. M., was organized at
Philipsburg, Centre county, on Wednesday,
July 31st, Try the Grand Lodge officer. The
oftio rsare: John Lawshee, W. 31.; Win. J.
Lone, Sr. W.; John J. M'Girk, Jr. W.; G.
H. Zeigler, Sec'y ; U. Munsoo, Treas. : The
Lodge-room is neatly fitted up and carpeted,
nd very convenient.
Haix Dedication. The Masonic Hall,
t Bullefonte, was dedicated on Thursday,
Au?ut 1st, by the officers of the Grand
Lodire. Several hundred members of neigh
taring lodges were present to witness the
Wctnonies, and participate in the proces
on. The Hall is magnificently furnished,
nd fitted up with all the necessary conve
niences. A public address was delivered in
the evening by Richard Vaux, the acting
t 'Ao. Don't be afraid to invest ten
cenu. it may secure you $10,000. We have
received the second number of "The Pen
and Pencil," a new Illustrated Weekly,
l"im full of illustrations and entertaining
tiding matter. Every purchaser of which
i!l secure a ticket free, entitling him to
participate in the distribution of $50,000 in
Greeubacks. Sold by all Newsdealers. Price
lf cents with Ticket, (by mail 1 3 cts.) T.
K. Dawley & Co., Publishers, 21 & 23 Ann
'treet, Xew York.
"Dou Days." The "dog days"' have
commenced. This season. which we believe
kts six weeks, is regarded by many persons
more unhealthy , than . that which pre
mies or succeeds it, when mankind is mote
table to attacks from disease, from exposure
or imprudence in their general habits. If
'We is no foundation in fact for this belief
u w a superstition of lonjr landing ; never
. eless, all should exer ise due precaution
n regard to diet and cleanliness at this seai
n of the year, as well as at other seasons.
yeral Pillow is raising a corn crop of
j.'U.OOO bushels on hie plantations near
..Clarion Cocstv. o. th .bight of Ju
ly 26th, two hordes were sto'en . in Clai iou
township, and two from IL Ruiofton near
Strattonville. All the horses were ' after
wards recovered. ' ' " , :'- ' ' ' ;
;; Clinton County, A little son of Jona3
Mincer, of Lockport, opposite Lock Haven,
was accidentally drowned on July 27th, by
falling off a floating log and sinking before
assistance could reach him. . ' i
Berks County. The farmers in Berks
have done well this year. One of them Hays
of his crop : 'I have housed 325 loads .of
hay, and about . 40 loads more are lying on
the field. I had twenty hands employed
since the 22d of June. My grain crop was
also very heavy making 400 shocks of
wheat and 190 shocks of ryc' V That beats
our Clearfield farmers a leetle. : - .
Lawrence County. Robert Sturgeon,
of Union township, was killed instantly by
lightning; Thursday afternoon, 'July 25th.
He was out in a field with a! nephew at work,
and when the rain came up, thinking it
would soon be over, they went to a tree for
shelter, and when there only a few moments
the electric fluid passed down the tree kil
ling Mr. Sturgeon instantly. The young
man was but slightly stunned. '
Centre County. A laborer at the glass
works, near Bellefonte, by name of William
Clark, a few days since while hunting stone
to cover a trench, was bitten oh the wrist
by a copperhead snake, measuring some 4
feet in length. Luckily the man had on a
flannel wrist band, which doubtless saved
his life. He is now well and at his work
again. So says the Watcliman. Lucky fel
low, indeed! for had' he been bitten by a
'copperhead' of the Watchman species he
would never have recovered from the effects
of the venom instilled into his system.
Pittsburg Female College. We have
been favored with a copy of the Catalogue
of this flourishing ami highly popular Fe
male College. The faculty consists of tweu
tyrtwo members. "During the last year 413
students were in attendance. The building
is three stories high, 143 feet in length by
100 feet in width, and superbly finished and
furnished. The locality is pleasant, and for
health! ulness and accessibility Pittsburg is
unsurpassed. Owing to the superior advan
tages afforded at this institution, for a thor
ough solid and ornamental education, it is
unexcelled by any similar college in the
State. We would advise our readers to send
for a catalogue. Address J. C. Pershing,
Pittsburg, Pa. . ..
' Wirr Folks Read Locals. An old lo
cal.who ought to know all about things per
taining to his department, says people read
items of local interest for reasons as oppo
site as man and wife. A. reads about a
fight because he was. there , and saw it ; B.
because he wasn't and didn't; . (I beeaue
he had heard of it ; D. because he hadn't ;
while those who had a hand in it, want to
know how much of truth concerning them
the editor has deemed compatible iu its ut
terances " with a continuation of his own
earthly career. The consciousness, too, that
hundreds of others are simultaneously pe
rusing the same article, and that it is there
fore a subject of common thought and con
versation, doubtless add to the zeal with
which ordinary readers eagerly devour arti
cles that otherwise would have but a dull
perusal, or no perusal at all.
A Child with Two Heads and Four Arm.
The Chippewa, (Wis.,) Chiom, of July
20th, says : On Tuesday of thw ,week, we
wituessed with our own eyes, and not anoth
er's, one of the most remarkable objects
that ever breathed the breath of Heaven
the body of a child with two perfect heads
and four complete, well-formed arms. The
lower limbs are natural, and also the ex
treme lower part of the body. Just above
the hips the body begins to increase in size,
the back-b ne branching out to right and
left and diverging sufficiently to give room
forttwo shoulder-blades between them, in
their proper position, the distinct two forms
beginning their se arate existence just below
the arm-pits. In front, the body below the
navel appears natural. Above that point it
gradually branches out into two separate or
ganizations, the breast-bones being joined.
The vital organs are all double. The shoul
ders and necks are all perfect, and the heads
an well formed. The features are regular
and well devoloped, one head appearing to
be that of a male, while the features ot the
other resemble those of a female. The gen
itals of the male are perfect.. Like the Si
amese twins, the two faces inclined towards
each other, the back of the body being
broader than the front part. The inside
arms are in such a position as to natur lly
twine around the little necks, each of its
fellow, giving a pleasing effect. The weight
of the body, after having been somewhat
reduced by the process of embalming, was
eight pounds. .Altogether, this is a won
derful speciu en of the genus man.
The child was 'born in this village, on
Sunday, the 14rh inst., Drs. J. A. Macdon
ald and Alex. McBean Jeing in attendance.
One side lived a few minutes after being
ushered into this strange world, and then
die j, while the other did not breathe.
Never were there so many dry goods and
other clerks out of employment in New York
as at present. When by chance . an adver
tisement appears for one, the doors of the
advertiser are besieged early in the morning
by anxious applicants. The poor fellows
snap at almost any place, no matter how re
munerative may be the pay.
It is proved that n iron or steel armor
yet invented is capable of resisting the
American 15-incn gun recently uiea at
Shoeburyness, 'England. It is also proved
that a pound of powder will do more execu
tion in the 15-inch gun than: in the 9-inch.
Woolwich rifle-gun. '
r ,r . DIED : .. . , ,
'On July 23d, 1867 Tfiomas Henry of
Fcreuson Township,. aged about 70 years.
P L O U R ! - P R 0 V I S TO N S !!
. T. C. JENKINS. ,
Commission Merchant, Wholesale Dealer isd
" Receiver or Flocr. Provisions, ill kixbs
V ..op Produce avd Kkpimed Oils, tc-, ac :
Cheapest Flour lioase in Pittsburg. On band
all well known nd reliable brands ; Quality of
Flour guaranteed. Inducements offered to Deal
ers, and prices current sent each week.
, Checkered Front, 273 Liberty St. Pittsburg, Pa.
' January 23d, 1867.'
IIEG-ART Y & FULLMER,
xx -j. , Manufacturers,
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,1 Pittiiburg,
Penn'a . .A,' : - - .J.May 22 1867-ly.
W. B. BEQARTT. :, ..; W. P. fCLLMER.
MISS II.; S. . S W A N S
i,J- School For Girls.
. -Clearfield. Pa.( . lT
. The first term of 22 weeks, will commence on
Monday, September 2ir 1867, . . .. .
TERMS Or ICITIO!. ,
Reading, Orthography .Writing, Object Lessons,
Primary Arithmetic, and Primary Geoprapby,
per half term (of 11 weeks) . , 3.00,
History. Local and Descriptive Geography, with
Map Drawing, Grammar, Mental and Written
Arithmetic, .. .'i - f ' - S6.50.
" Algebra and the Sciences, $9 00
. Drawing with any of the above, ' ' $11.00.
July2i. 1367. 7 " , ; """" " ' :
P O R S A L E,
AT A SACRIFICE..
The entire stock and fixtures of H V.'. 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 5,1867.
L W A Y S N E W,
, WITHOUT FAIL.
JOHN. I II YIN,
Has just received and opened at the old stand
in Curwensrille. an entire new stock of Fall and
Winter Goods' which he will sell very cheap for
cash. Ilis Btock consists of :!....
Dry Goods, Groceries,
. t , Hardware, Queensware, Boots and ,,;
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ready ... . ... .
. made Clothing, etc. .
The public generally is respecfully ievited to
give him a call ; see his stock and hear hir prices,
and purchase from him if you fin.l it will be to
your advantage, . . Nov. 15, 1 856
E W ARK AN GEMENT.
The subscribers have entered into co-partner
ship. aul are trading under the name of Irvin.
Baity A Co . in lumber and merchandiser at the
old stand of Ellis Irvin A Son, at the mouth of
Lick Run. They would inform their friends, ana
the world in general, that tbey are prepared to
furnish to order all kinds of sawed or bewn lutn
ber. an i 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 or every variety usually kept in country
stores. Their purchases have been made since
the late decline is prices which enable them to
sell at sach rates as wiiJ astonish their customers
One if their partners. Thomas L. B.iily, resides
near Philadelphia, whose business it w " be to
watch the mxrKet" and make purchaser on the
most favorable terms. Call ami see us.
THOMAS L. B.A1LT,
GoBhentp., Dec 8,1365. LEWIS I.IRWI?.
The First Session of the Second Scholastic
year, will commence on Monday, Sept. 2d, 1367.
Pupils can enter at acy time. Tbey will be
charged with tuition from the time they enter to
the close of the session
. The course of instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical and accom
plished education of both sexes. 1
The Principal having had the advantage of
much experience in his profession,' 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 or Tcitiox: '
Orthography, Reading, Writing and Primary
Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) , $5 00
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, and Ilisto
Algebra,Gometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration,
Surveying, Philosophy, Physiology, Chemistry
Book-keeping, Botany, and Physical Geogra
phy. . . $M0
Latin, Greek and French, with any of the a
bove branches, $12,00
E?No deduction will be made for absence.
For further particulars inquire of
Rev. P. L. HARRISON, a. m.
July 31, 1867. Principal
IRON. 1R0F!! Best bar iron, for sale at the
store of . MERRELL 4BIGLER.
ARNESS. Trimminers, and Shoe-findings for
sale at MERRELL i BIGLER S
ANNED FHUIT, of best qutlity, for sale by
Aug: 23. . ; MERRELL k HIGLEB
PALMFR S Patent unloading hay-forks, to be
h ad at MERRELL A BIGLER'S.
THIMBLE-SKEINS and Pipe-boxes. U t Wag
ons, for sale by MERRELL A BIGLER
HORSE-SHOE8, and horse-nails, to be had
Aug. 23. MERRELL A BIGLER'S.
1 RODDER CUTTERS of a superior mak tot
1 sale at reasonal le pr ies, at MERRELL and
BIGLER'S. ClearnVi, Pa. Not-
, , . T " '
CANNED PEACUES. Dried cherries and apple
for sale by WRIGHT A FLANIGAN.
ALT SALT'.! A prime article of ground al-
am aalt, put op in patent ia. ior mou.r
bettoieof R. MOSSOi".
T.IFE INSURANCE, AT HOME.
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
921 Chestnut Street, Phil'a. ; ;
Insures Lives on favorable terms, and will isfue
felicieson aayof the approved plans of insurance
'Assets liable to losses 1,221,289 71:
Surplus divided Annually. Losses paid proiupt
w Premiums may be paid, in cash; annually.
semi-annuall or quarterly; 'ji one-half in casn,
and one-half in note. By a supplement to the
charter, notes hereafter received will participate
in all Dividends or Surplus. , Scrip certificater up
to January. 1859, inclusive, are now receivable in
payment of premiums "
Agency, at the office of II. B. Swoops, Clear
field, Pa.i.Dr J. Gi Harts wick. Medical Kxaini
ner , ; ; August 24, 18M.
Q L 6 T H I N G1 ; C L 6 T LT I N G I !
GOOD AND CHEAP H! i ,-. V ,'j , .
Men, Youths and Boys can befuptpied with full
suits of seasonable and tashionable clothing at
RE1ZE.NSTEIN BROS ft CO.,
where it is sold at prices that will induce their
purchase. The universal satisfaction which has
been given, has induced them to increase' their
s'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of the kind in this part of the State.
Reizenstein Bio's & Co., "
; Sell goods at a very small profit, - for cash ; ' .
Their goods are well made and fashionable." '
.They give every one the worth of his money.
They treat their customers all alike.
They sell cheaper than every body else.
Their store is conveniently situated. . ,
They having purchased their stock t reduced i
prices they can sell cheaper tl an others.
For these and other reasons persons should buy
their elothing at ' -
REIZENSTEIN BttO'S A CO.
Produce' of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. ' ,- May 18, 1&64
JJEW HARDWARE STORE!
rillLIPSBURG, CENTRE CO., PA. . - .-.
G. H. Zeigler & Co.,
BBALERS 1!T ' ' V " .
Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery,"
Wood and 1 Willow ware, Tin ware,' 1
Stoves, Oils, Paints, (Glass, ;Iron, .
. . .'' Nails, etc., etc., etc . .. . 1
' The attention of Mechanics, Builders, Farmers.
Lumbermen and Buyers generally, isjnvited t
the fact that we are now offering a better assort j
ment of goods in our line than can be found else
where in this part of the State, at prices to suit
the times. Our stock comprises a general assort
ment of Tools and Materials used by Carpenters,
Blacksmiths, Carriag mod Wagon ' makers,' J i it
ers. Ac, together with a large stock of . . ;
Iron, Steel, Nails,'
Spikes, Bailroad and Mining supplies; Saddlery
and Harness material a good assortment ; Ropes,
Chains, Grindstones, circular mill and cross-cut
Saws;. Enameled, Finished, and Plain Hollow
ware in great variet ; Cables. Coal oil Lamps and
Lanterns; Lard, Linseed, Coal and Lubricating
oils; and an extensive and good selection f
Comprising a general assortment of dining knives
and forks, dessert knives and forks, and earving
knives and forks, pocket and pen knives, raxors,
shears, scissors, shoe knives, and many other ar
ticics. Also, dessert, tea and table spoons, and
plated forks, in freat variety and of the best man
ufacture. Also, Brittania and silver-plated ware.
In great variety, and of the best manufacture al
ways ou hand, among which will be found buck
ets of every size, tin-cups, oil csns, sprinkling
cins, dutting pans, miners' lamps ; gallon, qnart
and pint measuras, and many other articles ia
the tin-ware line, which are wanted by everybody.
Blacksmiths : :
Can be supplied with Anvils, Bellows, Vices,
sledges, hammers, horse and mule shoes, horse
nails, and all kinds of flat and round bar iron,
nail rods' eto ; and with cast, shear, spring and
blister steel, Iroru the best manufacturers in the
United States, or of foreign manufacture.
And Builders will find in our establishment a
superior and complete stock of ;
: Bolts, Pulleys,
Sash, Cord. Ae.
Will find everything in their line, and chespe r
than elsewhere in this section of the State com
prising Household, horticultural, farming, and
rafting implements, of the latest and most im
proved patterns Particular attention is direct
ed to our very ex eusive stock of wood and eoal
Comprising Spear's justly eelebrated Anti dust
cook and parlor stoves of all sizes i Also, The Ni
agara cook. Parlor cook, Brilliant, Dawn, Dew
drop, Artie, Egg and Picket stoves.
All of the above goods will be sold cheap for
Cash. , .. . G. H ZEIGLER A CO. ?
5. .". .. ' . V '
Philipsbnrg. Oct. 10th, 183fl.-ly. '
C)Ab Whale.' and Linseed Oil, Family Dyea,
Varnish and Pntiof a'l kind groundinOil,
for sale by HARTSWICK A IRWIN.
A LARGE I.OT OF GLASS, white lead. paints.
J. oil., etc., at IRVIN A HARTSHORN'S
Q IIORTLIDGE & - CO.,r .Fro(.rietors of
Rfllefonte Lime Kilns. Dcliefonte, Pa.
Wood or coal burnt lime forwarded by Railroad.,
and constantly on hand and for sale, at the kilns.
June 26. lS67-6mp , ' ,. a
HAUTION. All iK'.rsons are liorebv cau-
' tioncd against purchasins or in any wav '
tnli:... : . l . . - .1 ; , . . .- 1
possesxii, of James Beatty. of Bell township, as
the same belong to me and are only left with him
on loan, subject to my order.
July 10, H-67-3U j i ! ) ( L. D. UILE;
T LOUGHS. The undersigned would re--
spectfully inform the public that they
have now on hand, at their: foundry in Curwens
rille. 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 plongh points
and landsides kept constantly on hand. Old met
al taken in exchange for castings. . : -March
6, 1867.-6t ROBIwON A SON.
VT O R T II TAM E R .I C A
.-. ; IIFE ; ' ,
. ; ' ' OF NEW YORK, , '
ONLY COMPANY IN THE WORLD,
Offering Securiryf Guaranteed by( the Di
rrcct Supervision and Control of its
. Funds by the General or '
,i , t , . State Government.
In addition to the, 'security heretofore offered,
we call particular attention to the following :
' By a recent act of tbe Legislature -f the State
of New Yor"t,the Company is authorized to make
Special Deposits with the Superintendent of the
Insurance Department, and receive therefor Reg
istered Policies, bearing the Seal eft the Depart
ment, and a Certificate that the Policy is secured
by Pledge of Public Stocks under a Special Trust,
created by the act of the Legislature in favor of
tbe NORTH AMERICA LIFE INSURANCE CoM
PANY" exclusively. This makes every Register
ed Policy as secure to the holder as a National
Bank Note or a United States Bond., .., ',. .
.. I nvestments are coufined to Bonds of tho Uni
ted States. State and City of New York, and First
Mortgages of Real Estate to amount of half mar
NO RESTRICTIONS IN TRAVELJIESIDEXCE,
or the ordinary employments', in' any part of the
United istatea or Europe, at any aeaaon of the
year,; ' 'I , ',, ..- . :
THIRTY DAYS' GRACE ON ALL RE-. ,-
ALL POLICIES ARE NON FORFEITING AND
This popular tombination oJ 1 ' I
' SECURITY AND FREEDOM,; ,
The result of twenty-five year of study and ex
perience on tbe part of Its originator, is giving
the NORTH AMERICA aa unparalleled success.
That the surpassing excellence of this Compa
ny, and the unprecedented privileges its mem
bers enjoy are daily becoming more generally rec
ognised 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 dollars, which shows a gain over
the business of the corresponding period of last
year of one hundred policies monthly, and an
increase for the four months of nearly a million
dollars in amount insured.
Dividends payable annually, at present FORTY
FIVE PERCENT. -
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.
' A.C. FINNEY.
W. J. GEISSINGER.
Special Agent. jylO-lra.;
J BRIDGE, MERCHANT TAILOR,
: Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
One door East of the Clearfield House,
Keeps on hand a full assortment of Gents' Fur
nishing goods, such as Shirts, (linen and woolen,
Undershirts, Drawers and Socks ;Neck-ties. Pock
et Handkerchiefs, Gloves. Umbrellas, Hats, etc ,
in great variety. Of piece goods he keeps the
" - Best Cloths, (of all shades) Black ; ;
Doe-Skin Cassimeres of the best make,
Fancy Cassimeres, in great variety.
Also. French Coatings; Beaver, Pilot. Chinchilla,
ani Trioott Over-coating, all of which will be
,.! cheap for cash, and made np according to
the latest styles, by experienced workmen. Also
aent 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. KRATZER'S.
"PATENT SCYTHE SNATH'S at
J. P. KRATZER'S.
RAKES and FORKS, (all Kinds) at
J. P. KRATZER'S
OLID STEEL HOES at
J. P. KRATZER'S.
GRAIN SCOOPS (long and short handles) at
J. P. KRATZER'S.
O HOVELS and SPADES a
J". P. ERATZERT5.
TOR SALE. One two-horse, wagon, with
L spring seat, com plete--boxesV 3 by 1U.
Pjica. S175 00. Call on W.R.BROWN.
July 10, 1867. or Passmore A Son. :
: : rt 1 ; :.!,-
fS- rv REWARD Some evil-disposed person
OlU having shot a cow, (belonging to the nb
dersigned.) in the head, on or about tbe 26th of
June. 1867, a reward of tm dollars will be paid
lor tbe discovery of the perpetrator of the fiend
ish deed. S.J ROW.
AW MILL MACHINERY FOR SALE.
TV. :i r Xf .. T - ;il kn ; I,
by Todd A Duncan, in 1SG0, and ' as good aa new.
is offered for sale at a reasonable price. - It is now
in operation at onr mill. 1
Lick Runjnly 24-3t. IRWIN, BAILEY Jt CO.
rpOTnE FARMERS OF CLEARFIELD
. COUNTT. The subicribcr bason hand
an 1 for sale 3-borse 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,
t. .... STEWART WILSON.
Strattonville, Clarion co.. Pa
B. SPACKMAS, Agent.
July 24-4m p. Clearfield, Pa.
"ACTION. All persons are heieby cau-
tioned asraint purchasing or taking au
assignment of a certain promissory note, given
y tbe undersigned to John Crowell. dated about
btbe 15th of June. lbA7, and calling for one hun
dred and ninety-eight dollars. ' Having received
no value for said note, I will not pay - tbe same
unless compelled to do so by due process of law.
July 17, '67-3tp JOHN M. KATEN.
THUMPS. Havintr located permanently
in Clayville, near Punxsutawney.I haTe,
and intend keeping, constantly i d hand, and
ready for delivery, yellow and wbitb pine
pumps, to suit wells of all depths. These pumps
are well finished and painted, and are the beet
and most durable pumps in use. . I will also go
and ; make ' pumps, or bore and lay pipe logs,
where ever needed tbe timber being found.
For further particulars call upon, or address
' June 12, 18S7-6m. : Punxsutawney, Pa.
rPO BRIDGE BUILDERS. Proposal
will be received by the undersigned man
agers of tbe Susquehanna Bridge Company, for
the building of a bridge over tbe 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 old structure
and to allow the company market price for all old
material used in the new bridge '
J. R. REED, t B. HARTSHORN, '
, L C. BLOOM.
July 17-ot, ' Managers-'
T. O OLE N FACTORY !
Having purchased an interest in the Union
Mills, in Union township, Clearfield county, we
are prepared to card wool, manufacture and fin
ish cloth, and do all 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. R. ARNOLD.
Rockton. June 26. 1857.
N.JL Wool intended for carding can be left
at R Mossop'i or J. P. KraUer'a, in Clearfield,
which will be taken away and returned when
carded, on Saturday of each wees.. ' ' ' "
II E C II E A PEST GOODS
' ' ARE SOLD BT
R I CH ARD MOS SOP,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, LC,
:' ' MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. "
ReJ th folloinngtist of goods and projlttkerfhy.
7".ear, . FOR THE LADIES.
- Alpacas, De Laines, Ginghams,
Prints, Cbints,Ilerebiefs, Nu
bies. Bonnets, Gloves, eto.
Cheap: Always on hand Black, Blue. Brown
and Grey Cloths, Fancy and Black
Uasimeres. oalttnets, Cassinets,
' Tweeds. Plain and Fancy Vest
ings. Shirting, etc., eto. eto.
Such as Coats, Pants, Vests, Under
shirts, and other Flannel shirts.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Neck
ties, tium I Joots and shoes. and
a variety of other articles.
Such as Unbleached and Bleached
Muslins, Colored Muslins, Linen
and cotton tabl e cloths. Oil cloth,
Linen and hemp towls. car
' : pets, curtains, fringe, etc
C flea p
Cktap-t joa want Nails or spikes. Manure
saws, Suiooto: eg irons. Locks,
Hinges, etc. - go to Mosaop's
where you n buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Knives and forks. Butcher Knives,
Shoe and Stove blacking. Manilla
and hemp ropes. Ink, Paper ot
Pens. Powder, Shot or Lead, Goodi
etc., buy tbera at Mossop's. Good
IF YOU WANT iGood
Cteap Shoe Last or Pees. Palm or Fancy, Good
Cheau Knm. Stunrh. VVall Paner or Win- Good
Cheap Jow Shades. Lamps, Lamp tubes
Cheapo . or Wicks, coal oil, etc , go to
Cheap Mossop's cheap cash store.
Cheap! rP vrktT U'lNT
Good extra family Floar, White ot1?.;.
Own, . , u.. .v,u ods
hum, suuuiuers or 1 j
ni -I Hyson or biacc tea, buy them
at Mosaop's cheap for eash. . fBnja
IF YOU WANT Good
Tallow candles, fine or coarse tt Goods
syrup or molasses, cneese. driea '(foods
apples or peaches, water or so
, i, . r
uu cracacn, van mumujj
where you can buy cheap. j
IP YOU WANT
C'lea'Port wine for Medical or Saeramen-
I . . .. . : i
Jlieap tai uses, owaei muo, um iuuuon- i
Cheapi gahela or rye wbistcy, Cherry i
Cluap and Cognac brandy, buy at
Cheap Mossop cheap cash store.
Chap IF YOU WANT
CJteap Raise us, Figs, Prunes or dried Cnr
Cheapt rants- filberts, cream, neean or
ground nuts, candies. Liquorice .
' or Liquorice root, buy them
at Mossop's cheap and good.
IF YOU WANT
fl..' AO ouy ur oiuer anicie cneap, o
. . . , .
aui a mnj k.u hu avi ioop u a va u v a i
f 1 L 1
cheaper for cash than any other Goods
person m uiearneia county. Good
clZp November 27. 1891. p27'59.r;w.
Approved etnntry yroture O f iwttbm laxen at
the hxkoI market pritt in exthang for rood j
LOST. On Tuesday evening. July 9th. a leather-bound
copy of -Tbe Camp, tbe Battle
Field and tbe Hosritat," by Dr. F. P. Brockett.
The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving
it at the Jocral office, or returning it to
July 17. NATHAN B. TRUDE.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of good of eve
ry description, sold aa low for eash, as at
any store in the county, by "
Dec. 6. 186S. IRVIN A HARTSHORN.
ANTED. A servant that can eook. wash
andiron. Annlv to H. W. SMITH .
Clearfield, Jane 4, 1867. . '
R. RAT.Pit Anit A harrela of raoA familv
flour, to elose out the stock, at
Jan. 10,1866. . MERRELL A BIGLER'S.