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CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY i7, 1868.
Tyros and Clearfield Railroad.
1 tela leaves Tyrone at ; t.20 a m
Arrives at Phllipsburg at : -: 11.20 a. m
I tela leaves Philipsburg a : : 3.05 p. m
Arrives at Tyrone at : : : : 4.00 p. m.
KiLiaiocs. Divine services will be held
text sabbath . in Clearfield, u follows :
By Rer. Nixdorff in the Lntheran church
cuorning and evening.
By Rev. Archer (Presbyterian), in the
Court House, morning and evening.
By Rev. Gayer in the Methodist church,
in the evening.
By Rev. Hayes, in the Baptist Church,
in the morning.
"High Prices, up side down," is the
heading of an advertisement which appears
to-day. Read it. - 1
Literary. All the pictorial and weekly
literary papers, and monthly magazines, for
sale at the Post-office.
GoDT'g Lady's Book. This favorite of
the ladies, for June, is before us. It is a
.beautiful and highly entertaining number.
Price $3 a year in advance.
Thk Lady's Friend. The June num
ber of this valuable and neat Lady's Maga
zine is out,' and is worthy the patronage of
our lady readers. Price $2.50 a year.
June Court. On Monday two weeks
the regular June Court will commence. All
the criminal cases are returnable to the
June term. It will, doubtless, be a throng
Steam Saw Mill. Ex Gov. Bigler&Son
are erecting a large Steam Saw Mill, at the
Southern end of town, just above the pres
ent Flour Mill. It will be an important im
New Goods. We direct attention to the
business notices of E. W. Graham, in our
advertising columns. Mr. Graham is just
receiving and opening a new stock of sea
sonable goods, which he will sell at prices
to suit the timed.' All are invited to call.
Drowned. Henry Weser, a young man
about 21 years of age, was drowned, last
week, in the river near Farrandsville. He
was in the log drive,' and was assisting to
pet logs off a bar, at the time the accident
happened. He was from Luzerne county.
The - Executive Committee of the
Clearfield County Agricultural Society, will
meet at the Register's Office, on Saturday.
June 5th, to consider the propriety of hold
ing a'Fair'the coming' fall, and other business.-
t N. Ribhel, Chairman.
Highly Important. In to-day's paper
will be found the card of the Great Western
Insurauod and Detective Company. As the
railroad is about to be finished to this place,
owners of horses and cattle should not ne
glect to have their stock insured against ac
cidents and death.
Run Away. We learn that Edward A.
Biglcr, Etq.mct with an accident on Satur
day', Something got wrong -with the har
ness of his horse, which became frightened,
awl ran away. The carriage struck a stump,
and threw Mr. Bigler out. He was bruised
and injured, but not seriously.
"Down with the tyrant" of ignorauce
that induces you to patronize worthless dyes
and pomatums (lard.) Only "Barrett's
Vegetable Hair Restorative" finds favor
wherever it is used. That is the preparation
to which a "silver medal" was awarded at
the N. H. State Fair. Louisville Journal.
Sudden Death. John Sloss, of Knox
township in this county, died on Tuesday
of last week at Lock Haven, of billious
colic. ; He received a slight injury while at
work on his raft the week before, and on
Sunday morning was seized with the dis
ease of which he died. He was in his 40th
year, and leaves a wife and two children.
His body was brought home by his brother.
The County Committee met, in response
to the call of the Chairman, last evening.
On motion of L. J. Hurd, Esq., the fol
lowing resolutions were adopted :
Resolved. That we have heard the result
of the deliberations of the National Conven
tion at Chicago with the utmost pleasure,
and both candidates and platform meet our
Resolved, That in Gen. Ulysses S. Grant,
the hero of Vicksburg and Apponatox,and
in Schuyler 'Colfax, the tried patriot and
Christian statesman, we have candidates for
President and Vice President worthy the
support of all people who desiro rulers that
will dignify tLe station to which they are
called, and guide the country to a perfect
restoration of happiness and order.
Resolved, That we believe the impeach
ment and conviction of Andrew Johnson
was demanded by the best interests ' of the
country, and we cannot condemn too strong
ly the course of those, so-called, Republican
Senatora who deceived their friends, betray
ed their principles, and disappointed the
just expectations of all the loyal people of
the land. TT
Resolved. That in Gan. J. F. Hartranft,
and Gen. J. M. Campbell, we have Candi
dates for State officers, who have been fulhr
tried both in the Cabinet and in the field,
and whose re-election will contribute to the
prosperity and welfare of our noble Com
monwealth. Resolved. That Wednesday, the 17th day
of June be fixed for the meeting of the usu
al County Convention.
On motion of Elisha Fenton the Commit
tee adjourned to meet at the office of II. B.
Swoope,Eq.,on Wednesday the 17th June
at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Closing Quotations of Governm't Securities.
JAMES T. BRADY A CO.,
Successors to S. Jones &r Co )
C0RR8R OT FOURTH AMD WOOD STREETS.
Pittsburg, May 11, IS6S.
bny.sell. buy. tell.
GOLD. 139i;39 l5-20s. Jan. '67, 109;ll0
US. 6s., 1881.1133:114 M5.20s.Ju! "67 107i 1071
5-20s,1365, 107 107i
10-40s, 103 103
6.20s, Jan.'65. 1091 109
5-20s, Jul. '65. 109i;109t;
J one, 7-30.
Oct. Comp. '65,116 1116
We are now converting 7 -30s of tfae Jane and
July aeries into Gold Coupon 5-20 bonds of 186S-7
jUaioq apisdfr paiunj,
BENNETT, BLATTENBERGER & CO.,
(Successors to Lawshe, White A Co.,)
WHOLESALE ARB RETAIL DEALERS IN
Respectfully invite an examination of their
large stock of Seasonable goods, purchased for
cash, and selling at greatly reduced prices.
We Defy Competition.
We sell better Goods at lower rates than any
other hoage in the county.
THE REASON' WHY:
Because we bar for cash and buy close, and are
thus enabled to gire our customers and pa
trons the benefit of the greater portion of the
profits they hare hitherto been paying ; and
Because we sell more goods than any other house
in Clearfield county.
Our stock consists of
Dry Goods. Groceries, Queensware, Hardware,
Woodware, Willowware, Boots and Shoes,
Hats. Caps. Clothiog. Furniture, Carpets
and OilCIotbs, Provisions of all
kinds, Feed, Vc.
DRESS GOODS FOR LADIES, of every style.
DRESS GOODS FOR CHILDREN,
in neat and tasteful designs.
DRESS GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN, in variety.
.Ready-made Clothing at greatly reduced pri
ces. Orders taken for suits of Clothing.
Samples to select from always on hand.
From our large stock of Notions, every want in
tnat line can be supplied, every
Groceries and Provisions.
Sugars of every grade, Syrups of every quality.
1 . T l . .
rreservea rruiuana seines, lomtioci ana
Peaches. Sugar Cured Hams. Shoulders and
Sides. Mess Pork, Mess Beef. Dried Beef. Shad,
Mackerel, Codfish, Round Herring?, Lake Trout.
Extra Flour, Corn Meal and Buckwheat Meal.
Cash Paid for Country Produce.
. PITTSBURG ADVERTISEMENTS.
BUILDING and other HARDWARE.
Tools for Carpenters and others. BestDooblo
and Single Bitt Axes. Pick. Ropes and
Cordage, Brushes, Mill Findings.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Finest brands of Cigars. Chewing and Smo
king Sobacco. The celebrated Michigan
Fine Cut in bulk.
Ft? Country merchants supplied on as fair
terms as can be had in the Eastern cities.
T3T Goods ordered for our customers, and sat
To buy to save, to buy to please.
To buy to make, to buy with ease,
To buy at all, as all must do,
To the cheap cash store all should go.
Bennett, Blattenberger & Co.,
Osceola Mills, May 27. '68-tf.
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR
Situate in Clearfield borough, on the South-west
corner of Cherry and Third streets, (being Rail
road street) to wit; A lot with a good two-story
plank buildinc thereon, 30 by 18 feet, one room on
each floor, suitable for a store or other business-
Also, the adjoining lot, with a two-story dwell
ing house thereon, and several other townet.
Also a lot of well-burnt brick, and a rood as
sortment of stone-ware, such as crocks, jugs, jars,
fruit cans, etc., at reduced prices.
For further particulars inquire at the stone
ware pottery of F. LEITZINGER,
May 13. Clearfield. Pa.
ttrpHE FLORENCE." The Florence is
the test Family Sewing Machine made
has reversible feed runs the work either way,
at the convenience of the operator. Changing
the length of stitch can be done whilst the Ma
chine is in motion. The tension on the lower
thread fs self-adjusting. The shuttle is much
larger than in other machines, holding a much
larger bobbin. Each machine has a complete
outfit of Hemmer, Quilter, Self sewer. Braider,
Corder ,Ac, is highly ornamental and is warrant
ed to be all that is claimed for it.
Machines can be seen at the house of the sub
scriber, who has them on hand for sale, or oan
furnish them on short notice at Manufacturers
prices. ' THOMAS MILLS,
May 13, 1863-3t. Clearfield, Pa.
QRPHANS" COURT SALE.
Valuable Timber Land.
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court
of Clearfield county, the undersigned, Adminis
trator of the estate of James Morrison, late of
Jordanttownship, Clearfield county, deceased, will
offer at publio sale, at the Court House, in the
Burough of Clearfield, on
TuesdayJune 16th, 1868,
the following real estate, late the property of said
deceased, vis: A certain traot or piece of land,
situate in Jordan township, aforesaid, being a part
of a larger tract warranted in the name of David
Brown, and described as follows: Beginnirg at a
post at John M'Alliiter's land, thenee by land of
Parker Strong North 51 degrees East 106 perches
to a Hemlock, thence South 40 degrees East 160
perches to a White Oak, thence South 51 degrees
West 106 perches to a post, thenee North 40 de
grees West 160 perches to the place of beginning,
containing ONE HUNDRED ACRES, and allow
ance. The improvement on said prope-ty are
as follows: A Plans: Dwel'ing House, 20 by 26,
and a Log Barn. Good water convenient. Also,
an orchard of thriving fruit trees. About forty
aores of this land is cleared and under cultiva
tion ; the balance is timber .d with Pine and Hem
lock, having about eignt nunarea idouhqh icei
of White Pine and about the same amount of
first class Hemlock thereon. Whltmore run pass
es through the ona side fcf the traot.
Tbbms er Sale. One half in easb, on the con
firmation of the sale by the Court, and the other
half in one year thereafter with interest to be
secured by Bond and Mortgage. . -
May 20, 1868. JOHN L. M CULLY, Adm'r.
"y ALLEY FORGE PLOW WORKS.
John Hall & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS OF -
Plows, Cultivators, Shovel-Plows, Har
rows and Union Mowers,
Nos. 121 A 123 Liberty St., corner of Pitt St.,
N. B. Our castings and points being made in
an air f am ace are in every way superior to those
made by other manufacturers. Feb.l2,'68-ly.
JEINEMAN, MEYRAN & SEIDLE,
No. 42 Fifth St., 1 door from Wood st.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FINE JEWELRY, WATCHES, " DIAMONDS,
Pure Silver-ware, French Clocks, Plated
Ware of every description, Tea Setts,
Spoons, Forks, irt. Watch makers
Tools and Material,and agency
of the celebrated
We also keep the largest and most varied assort
ment of the very beet American made
to be found in any city, east or west.
Persons in want of any article in our line, either
at wholesale or for their own use, will find
our prices lower and our assortment lar
ger than any to be found west of New
To this branch of our trade (being ourselves
practical watch makers) we pay very special ,
attention. We employ a foice of the
very best Artists in the country,
and any and all fine, delicate
and difficult work entrusted to our care for the
trade or individuals may r?ly on getting
the utmost satisfaction. Work may be
sent in by express or otherwise.
REINEMAN, MEYKAN V SEIDLE,
Wholesale and Retail Jewelers and Silversmith's.
ap29- 42 Filth St., Pittsburgh. '63-ly.
O J. HAYES, Surgeon Dentist; Office
on Thompson street, Curwensville, Pa.
Teeth extracted by the application of local an
aesthesia, and all kinds i-f modern dental work
done. May 13. 1868-y.
QAUTION. AH persons are hereby cau-
tioned against purchasing or in any way
meddling with the following property, now in
possession of Nathaniel Ames, of Morris township,
to wit: one sorrel horse, one gray horse, one set
double harness, one two-horse wagon, one eamp
spread, one pair spread chains, five eant dogs,
five pair double grabs, as the same belong to us
and are only left with him on loan, subject to
our order at any time.
May 6-3t. BRENNER, TRUCKS A CO.
TERMS OF TI1K JOURNAL.
The Raftsman's Journal is published on Wed
uesday at $2.00 pet annum in advance. If not
paid at the beginning of theyear. $2.60 will bo
charged, and S3,U0 if not paid before the close
Advertisements will be inserted at 1,5 per
square, for three or less insertions Ten lines
(or less) oounting a square. For every additional
insertion 60 cents will be charged. A deduction
will be made to yearly advertisers
No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un
til! all arrearages are paid,except at the option of
the publisher. 8. J. ROW.
CIIERIFFS SALE. By virtue of a writ
of Fieri Facias issued ut of the
Court of Common Pleas of Clearfield county .and
to me directed, there will be exposed to sale at
the Court bouse in the borough of Clearfield,
on THURSDAY, the 24th day of MAY, 1868, at
2 o'clock p. at., the following desoribed Heal Es
tate, to wit :
Two certain Iota in the town of Glen Hope, and
on tha plotof said town as No's 3 and 4, bounded
as follows: fronting on main street 132 feet and
back to spruce street 160 feet, more or less, on the
east by lot No. 2 and on the west by an alley. A
small house erected thereon. Seised, taken in
execution, and to be sold as the property of B.
May 13.1868. C. HOWE, Sheriff.
$5000. ACCIDENTS. 5000.
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS INSURANCE FOR
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. FOR ONE DAY.
Five Dollars per month and from $25
to $50 per year with weekly .
compensation, in ease of
NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION IS MADS
IN ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
Policies and tickets, covering all kinds of acci
dents, whether reoeived whilst travel
ing or otherwise, told by
ALFRED M. SMITH,
Clearfield, April 1, 186S.
U B L I C
8 A- L E
Great Bargains in Real Estate.
The subscriber intends to bring before the
public his entire property of real estate. Citi
sens, take notice that he intends to sell for the
reason that he is going West therefore bargains
will be given. Sid property is of the most val
uable in Woodward township, and none ot which
is more than one half mile from the railroad line
a t Puseyville, on Clearfield oreek
A Tavern Stand, (half or all) in Puseyville a
corner lot, containing ha'f an acre, with four
houses and a barn erected thereon ; and about
300 feet of bank leave for square timber and saw
logs which rents for twenty-five cents per foot,
yearly, without house privilege.
Also the adjoining lot, sixty feet in front, on
Main Street, and one hundred and fifty feet back,
with two houses ereeted thereon one 2J story,
railroad style, the other cottage style well sail
ed for any public business. . .
Also one two acre lot, one' and a-balt miles
from Puseyville. situate on the road leading from
Tyrone to Clearfield, in the village of Ameaville,
with a two-story house and frame stable erected
thereon, and all necessary out buildings in good
condition. The lot is in a good state of cultiva
tion. and the premises well suited for a mechanic
of any kind.
Also a tract of land situate half a mile from
Puseyville, containing 153 acres and 113 perches
of the very best coal land, as well as farming 50
acres of which is cleared, with a plank house and
double log barn erected thereon.
Also one hundred acres cf timber land, situ
ate on Morgan's Run, one and a-half miles from
Puseyville, and one mile above Albert's saw mill
on the same run, with good road to said mill.
Any p erson or persons wishing to examine any
or all of said property will please call on the
subscriber at Puseyville, or Amesville, who will
be pleased to show them tha same and spare no
pains or labor to vivo perfect satisfaction. The
above named railroad is now located through to
Puseyville, and as good as guaranteed to be com
pleted by the First of January, 1870.
The above property will be sold, in the Borough
of Clearfield, on (court week.)
Tuesday, June 16th, 1868.
Citiiens,look to your interests, and please come
and examine for yourselves, for I am determined
to aH. To give any person a chance to purchase,
who desires to do so, the money will not all be
requited in hand, but in three payments, secured
by Bond and Mortgage. Peed made at sale.
Rare inducements are here offered to purchasers,
as the subscriber cakes no reserve. Positive
sales will be effected at said time.
May 20, 1868. C J. SHOFF.
JJ BRIDGE, MERCHANT TAILOR,
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
One door last of the Clearfield Honse,
Keeps on hand a full assortment of Gents' Var
nishing goods, such as Shirts, (linen and woolen.
Undershirts, Drawers and Socks ;Neck-ties, Pock
et Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Umbrellas, Hats, eU ,
in great variety. Of piece goods he keeps the
- Best Cloths, (of all shades) Black
Doe-Skin Cassimerea of the best make,
Fancy Caasimeres, in great variety.
Also, French Coatings; Beaver, Pilot, Chinchilla,
an.l Tricott Over-coating, all of which will be
sold cheap for cash, and made up aeeording so
the latest styles, by experienced workmen. Also
agent for Clearfield county, for I. M. Singer A
Co s Sewing Machines. November 1, 1865.
IN SHAW'S ROW,
FRANK A STOUGHTOJT,
Merchant Tailors, Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
Having opened their new establishment, in
Shaw's Row. one door east of the Post Office, and
having just returned from the eastern cities with
a large and elegant assortment of
Cloths, Caasimeres, Vestinjjs,
Beavers, &c., and all kinds of goods for
men and boys' wear, are now
prepared to make up to order CLOTHING, from a
single article to a fall suit, in the latest styles
and most workmanlike manner. Speoial atten
tion given to custom work, and cutting out tor
men and boys. We offer great bargains to custo
mers, and warrant entire satisfaction. A liberal
share of publie patronage is solicited. Call and
eiamine our goods M. A. FRANK,
Oot 18, 1867. K. R. L. STOUGHTOX.
QLEARFIELD MARBLE WORKS.
ITALIAN AND VERMONT MARBLB
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 the South
wept corner of Market and Fourth streets, Clear
field, Pa., where they re prepared to make
Tomb Stones, Monuments,
Tombs, Box and Sid Tombs,
Cradle Toaibs, Cemetery Posts, Mantles,
Shelves, Brackets, etc., etc,
on very short notice.
They always keep on hand a large quantity of
work, niihed. except the lettering, so that per
tons 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 can compete with the manufac
turers outside of the county, either in workman
ship or price, as they only employ the best of
workmen. All inquiries by letter promptly an
were J. JOHN GUELICH.
May 22, 1887-tf. HENRY GUELIcn.
T 1ST OF RETAILERS of Foreign and
Diiestie Merchandise in Clearfield co..
subject to the payment of license for the year 18S3:
Class. ToPiy. Class.
11 S.M Farland, $15 00
13 J. G. Glasgow, 10 00
13 W. S. Dickey, 10 00
14 A Montgomery, 7 00
U W. C Metf. 7 00
I-WrO. Irwia, 12 SO
14 W. J. Neugent, 7 00
14 Horace Parch in, 7 00
11 Jack'nPatchin,7 00
1 Lewis Smith. 7 00
14 Rob't Mchaffoy, 7 00
14 Wm. Brady, 7 00
14 David Bell. 7 00
14 P.' Gallagher, 7 00
' BRADFORD. ,
13 Alberta Bro 10 00
14 fa. Williams, 7 00
13 R. II. Moore. 10 00
13 L. B. Cnrlile, 10 00
13 CaG.5chwem.10 00
13 J. Terpe, 10 00
14 Varlile a Son, 7 00
14 Smith .CurryCo,7 00
14 Lobough k Co., 7 00
14 Q Goodlander, 7 00
8 R. Mossop, 30 00
18 E. W. Graham, 20 0
12 J. P. Kratzer, 12 50
10 J.Shaw a Son. 20 00
12 Nivling co., 12 50
12 U Kratzer son,1 2 59
13 Wright a Sons, 10 00
13 Wm Cation. 10 00
14 I.L.Reizeasteih,7 00
14 Merrill a Bigler,7 00
14 A. I Shaw, 7 00
14 H. F. Naugle, 7 00
14 Hartswick a co, 7 00
14 H Bridge, 7 00
14 Mrs Welch a co, 7 00
14 Miss S. Reed, 7 00
11 E.A.IrvInco,15 00
12 Hart sock a co ,12 50
12 Hippie a Faust, 12 aO
12 John Irvin. 12 50
14 Wm.M'Bride, 7 00
14 Joseph Irvin. 7 00
14 Fleming a Hool,7 00
14 Wm Hunter, 7 00
14 Hurd a M'Kee, 7 00
14 S. B. Cranston, 7 00 I
RETAIL DBALBRS 13 FATSXT MEDICINES.
3 Hartswick & Irwin, Clearfield, $10 00
4 A. I. Sbaw, Clearfield, 6 00
4 Joseph R. Irwin, Curwensville, 6 00
4 Hippie & Faust, Curwensville, 5 00
4 E. A. Irvin & Co, Curwensville, 5 00
4 T. H. Forcee, Grahamton, 6 00
GROCERIES AICD COSFBCTIOSERS.
8 Y. Entres, Clearfield, 5 00
8 J. F. Koto, Clearfield, 5 00
8 John Stadler, Clearfield, 5 00
8 J. R. Jenkins, Curwensville, 5 00
8 Mrs. M.J. Radebach, Curwensville, S 00
8 Mrs. Catharine Graff, Curwensville, 5 00
8 L. D. Hile, Lumber city. 6 00
8 Weaver & Kuhn, Brady, 6 00
8 Miss M. A. Wright, Beccaria, 5 00
8 G. W. Weems, Woodward, 6 00
8 William Luther, Woodward, 5 00
8 L. Sykes, Pike, 5 00
8 W. B. Gunsaulns, Rartheus, 5 00
10 Casper Leipoldt, Clearfield, 15 00
10 W. Entres, Clearfield, 15 00
10 Solomon Sankraft, Morris, 16 00
KEEPERS OF BILLIARD IALOOK8 ARB TEH FIR ALLBVS'
J. F. Rote, 3 tables, Clearfield, 50 00
G. F. M'Cabe, 1 table, Osceola, SO 00
Essington Kephart, 1 alley, Osceola, 30 00
Clearfield County Bank, Clearfield bor, 30 00
An appeal will be held at the Commissioners
Office, in the Borough of Clearfield, on Friday,
the 29th day of May, A. D.,1868. when and where
all parties feeling aggrieved will please attend
aoeirding to law7 JOHN S. M'KIERNAN,
May 6-4t. Mercantile Appraiser.
14 Cladius Barmoy.7 00
14 F. Coudriet, 7 00
14 L- M. Coudriet, 7 00
14 W.W.Betts Co,7 00
14 L. J. Hurd, 7 00
13 T. H. Foreee, 10
13 P a A. Flynn, 10 00
13 H. Alleman, 10 00
13 Elliott a Miller.10 00
14 Aug Leconte, 7 00
14 R. 8 Stewart, 7 0
14 A. 8. Dickinson,7 00
14 A. B. Shaw. T 00
14 Irwin a Bailey, 7 00
12 Wood ward Co.! 2 50
13 Henry Swan. 10 00
14 DavidM'Keehan,7 0C
14 W. S. Sankey, 7 00
13 M'Closkeya co.10 00
14 Fox.Wise, a eo . 7 00
LUMBER C1TT BOROCGB.
13 Ferguson a co. 10 00
13 Ferguson Bro's. 10 00
14 James Forest, 10 00
13 StewarUMorris,10 00
11 Leonard Kyler.l 5 00
13 Brenner a co., 10 00
13 WD. Holt, 10 00
6 Bennett a co., 50 00
10 G.S.Perry, 20 00
13 Stoneroad a eo.I2 50
14 D R. Good.M D, 7 00
14 W. S. Wells, 7 00
14 Jonathan Wall. 7 00
14 J.aD.E.Brubaker7 00
12 Sam'l Hagerty,12 50
14 Forest a Son, 7 00
14 T. Henderson, 7 00
14 John M Chase, 7 00
14 A .Reed a eo., 7 00
R. WASHINGTON BORO.
10 M'Murry a eo.. 20 0
14 Sam'l M,Ewen, 7 00
T'HE OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
J. J. RICHARDSON A CO..
126 Market Street. Philadelphia. are ths largest
Manufacturing Conlectioners and W bolesale Deal
ers in Fruits. Nuts, Ae , in the United States.
March 4, 136:3-1 y.
M E Y- E
ILESBCRe, CRRTRR COOKTT, PRPR'a.
Also agent for all the latest Improved Water
Wheels and Portable Saw Mills. Jan.8'o3-lyp.
MISS SUSAN REED,
PLAIN AND FASCY BONNETS,
Misses and Children's Hats and Caps, Freaeh
and American Flowers, Ribbons, Ae."
Bleaching and Trimming done
in Latest Styles.
Opposite Mostop's Store,
ap22,'68 Clearfield, Pen ire.
I S S II.
S W A N'S
School for Girls,
Tbe Second Term of Twentytwo weeks, will
commence on MONDAY, February 17, 186S.
TERMS OF TUITION:
Reading, Orthography, Writing. Object
Lessons, Primary Arithmetic and Pri
mary geography per half term-(l 1 weeks) i 00
History .Local and Descriptive Geography
with Map Drawing, Grammar, Mental
and Written Arithmetic, 6 50
Algebra and the Sciences, t 00
Clearfield, February , 1868.
Attention Lumbermen !
PATENT PERFORATED CROSS-CUTTING
CIRCULAR AND LONG SAWS.
(All Qumming Avoided )
And Emerson's Patent Adjustable Bwsge
for Spreading. Sharpening and Shap
ing tbe Teeth of all Splitting 8a ws.
MERRELL k BIGLER,
ATE ST STYLES.
for Spring and Sumner Hats,
from New York and Philadelphia Also
Trimmed patterns of clothing for Ladies and
Children, from Mme. Demorest, a full supply
of whioh will be kept constantly en
hand at the store of-
Mrs. II. D. WELSH & Co.,
Dealers in Fancy Goods Millinery. Notions.Toys,
Music and Mdsical Instruments.
Seeond Street, next door to First National Bank,
They also make to order
AH kinds of Bonnets for : : : : Sects.
All kinds of Hats for z : : : : 30 cts.
Materials furnished on as reasonable terms as they
can be had in the eounty.
Call and examine their stock before purchasing
elsewhere. April 8, 1868.
ROUND AND UNG ROUND SPICES. Citron,
VJT English Currants, Kssence i;onee,ana vine
gar ot tbe best quality, for sale by
Jan. 10. . HARTSWICK A IRWIN.
The Fourth Session of the present Sjholastie
year of this Institution, will commence on Mon
day, the 4th day of May, 1868.
Pupils ean enter at any time. They will be
charged with tuition from the tisae they eater to
the close of the session.
The course of instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, praetieal aad aeeesa
plished education of both sexes.
The Prineinal havinr had the advantace ef
much experienee in his profession, assures pa
rents and aruardians that his entire ability and
energies will be devoted to the mental and moral
training of the youth placed under hie eharge.
Tbrms or Tditioh:
Orthography, Reading, Writing and Primary
Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) 00
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, and ilisto
A1rabrA.Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration.
Surveying, Philosophy, Physiology, Chemistry
Book-keeping, Botany, and Physical .Geogra
Latin, Greek and Freaeh, with any of the a-
bove branches. $13,00
tTNo deduction will be made fer absence.
For further particulars inquire ef
Rev. P. L. HARRISON, a. M.
July 31,1867. ' Principal.
a. L. RE so.
j. r. weaver
w. row ELL,
a. r. hoop.
CLEARFIELD TLANING MILL
Messrs. HOOP, WEAVER A CO., Proprietors,
would respectfully inform the eitisens of the
county that they have completely refitted and
supplied their PLANING MILL, in this Borough,
with the best and latest improved
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
and are now prepared to execute all orders in
their line of business, suoh as
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and
Moldings, of all kinds.
They have a large stock of dry lumber on hand,
and will pay eash for elear stuff, one-and-a-half
inch panne! plank preferred fNevO.'OT.
QLEARFIELD HOUSE, CLZARrfti,
,. Pa. The subscriber would respectfully
solicit a continuance of the patronage of his old
friends and customers at the "Clearfield House."
Having made many Improve!, he is prepar s
ed to accommodate all who may favor hint With
their custom. Every department connected with
tbe house is condaoted in a manner to give gen
eral satisfaction. Give him a call.
Nov. 4 1866. . GEO. . COLBCRN.
QLEARFIELD NURSERY. Encocr
w ac Home Iwdustrt. The undersign
ed having established Nnrsery. on the Pike,
halfway between Curwensville aad Clesrleld
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kinds ef Frai
trees, (Standard and dwarf,) Evergreen'. Shrub
bery, Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Law ten Blaek
berry, Strawberry aad Raspberry tine.- Also
SibrianCrab trees, Quince and early Searlef Rheu
barb, Ae. Orders promptly attended to. Address
Aug 31.1894. J.D.WRIGHT rwensille
TTOOFLAND'S GERMAN, FITTERS,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
TRB CJRRAT REREWBE
For all diseases of the Liver. Stomach, or diges
tive organs. -
Hoofland's German Bitters
Is composed of the pure iuioes ior. as thev are
medicinally termed, extracts) of Roots. Herbs.and
Barks, making a prep aration,highly Concen
trated, and entirely free from alcoholic ad-.
mixtore or any kind.
HOOFL.iXD S GERMAN TONIC,
Is a combination of all tbe ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of SantaCrtta Rum,
Orange. Ac , making one of the most aleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publio.
i nose preterring a Mediciuefree from Alcohol
ic admixture, will use
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
Those who have no objection to the combination'
of the Bitters, ai stated, wilj pse
UVUb LAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
Thev are both PVi unl 1 v &nnA anrt Anntmin thm
same medicinal virtues, tbie choice between "tbe
two being a mere matter of taste, the Tonio being
the most palatable.
- the stomach, from a variety of eauses, suoh as
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, ate., is
very apt to have its functions deranged. The
Liver, sympathising . as closely as itdoea witb
the Stomach, then be eomes affected.the result
of which is that the patient suffers from several
or more of the following diseases:
Constipation. Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fulness
or Blood to the Head. Acidity or the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn. Diegut for Food, Fwlneea
or Weight in the Stomaeh.Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the Pitof the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried or Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
Dimness of Vision.Dots or Webs before theSig. ht.
Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspira
tion. Tellowneasof tbe Skin and Eyes. Pain in
tne bide, uacK.cnest, L.imbs. ete.,suatea ansa-
es ot Heat. Burning in the Flesh , Constant im
aginings of Evil, and great depression of Spirits.
The sufferer from :hese diseases should exorcise
the greatest caution in tbe seleotion of a remedy
for his case, purchasing only that which be is as
sured from his inves tigations and Inquiries
possesses true merit, O is skilfully compound
ed, is free from injurious ingredideirts, and has
established for iteelf a reputation for the cure ef
these disease. In this connneotion we weald
submit those well-known remedies
Hoofland's German. Bitters, and Hoofland's
German- Tonie. pretared by Dr. C. M.
Jackson, Pftiadrfpfita, Pa.
Twenty-two years since they were first Intro-;
duced into this country from Germany, during
which time they have endoubtedly psrformed
more cures, and benefitted suffering humanity to
a greater extent, than any other remedies known
to the public.
These remedies will effectually euro Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice. Dys peesia.Chronie.or Ner
vous Debility, Chron' to Diarrhoea, Disease of
tbe Kidneys, and all Diseases' arising from a dis
ordered Liver, Stomach, or Intestines.
Resulting from any cause whatever; prostration
of the iyttem. induced by severe labor,
hardships, exposure, fevers, etc.
There is no medicine extant equal to these Rem
edies insuch eases. A tone and vigor is imparted
to the whole system, the apnetite is strengthed,
food is enjoyed,the stomach digests promptly, tbe
blood is purified, the complexion becomes sound
and healthy, the yellow tinge is eradicated from
the eyes, a bloom is given to the cheeks, and tbe
wenk and nervous invalid becomes a strong and
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE,
And feeling the hand of time weighing heavily
upon them, with all its attendant ills. will find in
the use of this BITTEKS, or the TONIC, an elixer
that will instil new life into their veins, restore
in a measure the energy and ardor of mure youth
ful days, build up their shrunken forms, and give
h-alth and happiness to their remaining years.
It is a well established fact that fully one-half
of the female portion of our population are sel
dom iu the enjoyment of good health; or. to
use their owa ex pros sion'neverfeel well."
They are languid, devoid of all energy, extreme
ly nervous, and have no appetite. To this class
of persons the BITTERS, or tbe TONIC, is espe
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the use of either of these
remedies. They will cure every case of MARAS
MUS, without fail.
Thousands of certificates have accumulated in
the hands of the proprietor, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those.it will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing
that they must believed.
Hon. Grorgo W. Woodward, Chief Justice mj
ths Supreme Court of Penn'a, writes :
Philadelphia. March 18, 1807.
"I find 'Hoofland's German Bitters' is a
good tonic, useful in diseases of tbe diges
tive organs, and of great benefit in eases of de
bility, and want of nervous action in tbe system.
Yours truly, GEO. W WOODWARD."
Hon James Thompson, Judge of the Supremo
Court of Pennsylvania f
Philadelphia, April S3, 18fi.
"I consider -Hoofland's German Bitters' a valu
able median in ease tf attacks or Indigestion or
Dyspepsia. I can certify this from my experi
ence of it. Yours, with respect,
From Rrv. Joseph H. Kenuard. D. D., Pastor
of the Tenth Baptist Church. Philadelpliia.
Dr. Jarison Dear Sir: I have been frequent
ly requested to connect my name with recommen
dations ef different kinds of medicines, but re
garding the practice as out of my appropriate
sphere, I have in all eases declined; but
with a clear proof in variors instances and
particularly in my own family, of tbe usefulness
of Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, I depart fer
once from my usual course, to express my full
conviction that, or general debility of the systsm,
and especially for Liver Complaint, t safe
and valuable preparation, la some cases it may
fail, but usually. I doubt not. it will be very ben
eficial to those who suffer from the above causes.
Yours, very respectfully,
J. II. KENNARD.8th.beI Coatesst.
FiomRev. E. D. Fendall. Assistant Editor
Christian ChromirJs, Philadelphia.
I have derived decided benefit from the mae ef
Hoodands German Bitters, and feel it my privil
ege to recommend them aa a most valuable tonic,
to all whe are suffering from general debility er
from diseases arising from derangement of the
liver. Yours truly, B. D. FEMDALL.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature of C. M. JACKSON is on
the wrapper of each bottle. All others are
counterfeit Princi pal Office and Manufac
tory at the German Medioine Store.No. 631 ARCH
Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
CHARLES X. EVANS. Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A Co.
HooflanU'a German Bitters, rer bottle, $1 OA
Hoofland's German Bitters, half dosea. a 00
Hoofland's German Touie put up in quart bottles,
$1 SO per bottle, or half doseo for $7 SO.
17 Do not forget to examine well the artiele
you buy. in order to get the genuine
For sale by A. I. SHAW, Agent, Clearfield Pa
April 22, lS8-Iy.