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CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 24, 1S63.
Tyrone and Clearfield Bailroad.
1 rain leaves Tyrone at : : : : : 9.20 a m
Arrives at Philipabnrs at : : 11.20 a. m.
1 riin leaves PhilipJurg at . : : : 2.05 p m.
Arrives at Tyrone at : : : : 4.00 p.m.
Rftjoious. Divine services will beheW
next sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows I
By Rev. Nixdorff in the Lutheran church
in the morning and evening.
By Rev. Archer (Presbytr'an), in the
Court Ilouse. movninsr and evening.
By Rev. W. H. Dill, in the Methodist
church, in the eveninfr.
By Rev. Hayes, iu the Baptist Church,
in the morning. .
Young persons desiring to study German
or Latin, will find good instruction at the
Gopey's Lady's Book. The July num
ber of this superb ladies magazine has been
received. It i3 full of good things.
No Paper next Week. In accordance
with our annual custom, no paper will be is-
sued from this office next week July 1st.
Lady's Friend. This excellent maga
Eine for July is out, and contains its nsua!
variety of interesting reading and illustra
The Fourth. Are we to have a celebra
tion on the Fourth, in this place? If so, it
iB tune some move was made in that direc
tion. Our national holiday occurs on Satur
day, this year.
The State Normal School, at Edinboro,is
the best place for the young people of Wes
tern Pennsylvania to obtain an education.
Its advantages are surpassed by no similar
institution known to us.
Lost on the 22d or 23d inst., in Clear
field, a small Gold Locket, attached to a
piece of velvet, and having on it the initials
O. J. W. The finder will be suitably re
warded by leaving it at this office.
Strawberries asd Ice-Cream. Sirs.
A. M. Hills will give a Strawberry and Ice--cream
Festival, at her house, on to-morrow
evening, ' (Thursday) the proceeds to be
donated to the Presbyterian and Methodist
churches. All are invited to attend.
Handsome Collection. A collection
was taked up in the Baptist Church in Cur
wensville on Sabbath last, to assist in defray
ing the expenses of the recent repairs to the
building. It resulted in a contribution of
over four hetidred dollars. A highly cred
itable collection. -
Removal. By" reference to our advertis
ing columns," it wilt be kch that JEu. Mack
has removed his boot and shoe shop to the
building Leretofore occupied by J. L. Cut
tle, Esq., ao a law office nearly opposite the
residence of II. B. Swoope, Esq. where he
will be glad to have his customers call.
In a"Bad Condition. The bridge across
the Run at Foley's, and the one across the
Run near the mill, in the Southern part of
the Borough of Clearfield, are in a danger
ous condition. The Borough "dads" ought
to have them repaired without delay other
wise serious accidents may be the result. .
IIorfcE BrRXEP. We learn that the
"house of John Beck, of Burnside township,
together with all his household effects and
one hundred and six dollars in money, was
destroyed by fire on Wednesday evening,
June 17th. Mr. B. and family were absent
from the house at the time the fire occurred.
Admitted. Willis Washburne, Esq., was
cxamiued in open court on Friday last, and
duly admitted to the Bur. lie is a young
man of more thin ordinary promise, and if
he recovers his health, will no doubt suc
ceed in making his mark in the profession
which he has chosen. We wih him success.
Ask any responsible druggist what hair
preparation he would most strongly recom
mend, and he will tell you that "Barrett's
Vegetable lair Restorative" is pre-eminently
the best ; aed to otherwise prove the fact,
it received the hrghest premium at the New
Hampshire State XVir. in 1SG6. Baltimore
Camp Meeting. A Camp Meeting will
be held, commencing Augst 21st, "to con
tinue one week, on the ground of Judge
Barrett, rear of Centre Church.- The sur
rounding charges New Washington, Glen
Hope, Karthaus, and Philipsburg a?e ear
nestly solicited to join us with .their teufe.
A. W. Guyer, Pastor.
Coal. Persons in want of coal should
not fail to give Mr. Nathaniel Rishel a call,
who has recently opened a bank on hw land
being of the same vein formerly known as
"The Hanna Coal." It is of excellent
quality, burns good, cokes well, is dug coarse
and is free from slate and other foreign mut
ter. A stock always on hand.
A Questionable Improvement. The
"Mansion Ilouse" is having a third story
added to it. We doubt exceedingly the
propriety of such an addition. The own
er and the workmen should be very confident
tW the present walls are of sufficient strength
to support a weight for which they were not
originally designed, lest loss of life result
from it. It 13 a splendid location for a first
class hotel, and all our people would rejoice
to see a new building going up instead of a
new story. -
Adjourned Sale. The sale of the prop- J
erty of C. J. Shoff, has been adjourned to
Saturday, the ISth day ff July, on which j
day it will be sold on the premises at Fu
Grant and Colfax. We have received
from H. II. 'Lloyd & Co., 21" John Street,
Vew York, the well-known Map Publishers,
a colored pictorial and statistical chart con
taining very good likenesses of our candi
dates, sketches of "their lives, the platform,
letters of acceptance, portraits of all the
Presidents, and very interesting statistics
relating,, to former Presidential elections.
This chart is designed for the masses, and
sold so cheaply that all can have it. See
advertisement in another column.
Eepublican County Committee.
The following named persons compose the
County Committee, as appointed by the
President of the County Convention, held
on June 17th, 1863:
II. B. Swoope, Chairman, Clearfield.
Samuel Hegartv. Beccaria towuship.
John W. Bel!, Bel! township.
Algernon Holden, Bloom township.
David Adams, Jr., Bogcs township.
Wni. Hoover, Bradford township.
Dr. II. V. Spackman, Brady township.
Jack Patchin, Burnside township.
Louis J. Hurd, Chest township.
Joab Rider.. Covington township.
Col. E- A. Irvin. Cuiwensville borough.
Perry Mattern, Decatur township.
Luther Barrett, Ferguson township. .
II. Humphrys, Fox township.
-Fred, liwin, Girard township.
II. II. Morrow, Goshen township.
J. Lucien Ward, Graham township.
G. W, M'Cully, Guelifh township,
A. Lueore,, Huston township.
Wm. Thompson. Jordan township.
Ed. M'Garvey, Karthaus-township.
Abraham YV alker, Knox township.
Milton Lawhead, Lawn nee township.
G. il. Lytic, Lumber-city borough.
Ed. 0. Brenner, MorrN township.
Dr. S. M'Cune, N. Wa.-hington boro'.
George II. Lung, O.-ceolo Borough.
Elisha Fenton. IVnn township.
Allen Hoover, 1 'ike township.
Beufamin Harley, Union township. (
James Stott, Woodward town-hip.
A Whole Congregation Poisoned.
The Chicago Trilntue h;is a special dispatch
from Napierville, about twenty miles west
of that fcity, giving an account of the poi
soning ot a whole congregation of the Dunk
ard church at that place. The church was
celebrating a love feast. The meat had
been prepared in a copper kettle and allow
ed to remain in it all day until the liquid had
become oxidized. The scene that followed
beggars description. In different portions
of the church were the sufferers soma sit
ting, some lying on the floor, suffering the
mo.it excruciating pains. Medical assistance
was at once summoned, but it was a long
time beforo the entire number about l.'IO
could be attended to. About twenty of the
number were regarded as in a dangerous
condition, but none have as yet died, and it
is hoped that all will roovpr.
AN ITEM FOR SOI.iiit.KS. Henry Clay
Deane, the Iowa apostle of Democracy,
made his appearance in Ottuaiwa last week.
The Courif.r has this to say of his visit:
"II. C. Deane is in this city; was here last
night, and in front of one of the saloons
near a comer on Main street was spouting
treason to a knot of his protectives the
faithful 'Democracy.' II 3 was overheard
to say 'that these one-armed soldiers who
are thrust under our noses as objects of
charity are fit carcasses for the ffalloics."'
Threatened Assassination. The Co
lumbia, (Ga.,) Sun, published in the city
where poor A-hburn was foully murdered at
midnight by a gang of "well dressed gentle
men" weariig maks, uttered this threat of
assassination the day before receiving news
of. the nomination of Gen. Grant, at Chica
go: "We don't know who will be nomina
ted; we don't c-u-e who may be. The un
happy wretch who may be fallen upon will
never wear Presidential robes."
Information Wanted. My widowed
daughter. Eliza Ray, was 'sent North by
Gem Sherman in his raid through Georgia,
from her home in Marietta, with her five
children. Information of her whereabouts
will be thankfully received Address, Rev.
Elijah Roberts," Sonierville, Ala. Papers
will please copy the above for the benefit of
a worthy poor man, who would pay their
bills if he could.
President Johnson vetoed the bill admit
ting Arkansas into the Union. Both Hou
ses of Congress passed the bill over the
veto, on Monday last. The members from
that State will be sworn in at once.
Two new indictments have been found a
guinst Surntt first for conspiring to mur
der Mr. Lincoln, and second for conspiring
to make the latter a prisoner.
On Wednesday. February 12th, 1SGS, by
Rev. J. E. Reams, Mr. John O. Holden
and Miss Esther Jane Hiles, both of
Pike township, Clearfield county.
On Tuesday, June Jth, 180S, by Rev. J.
E. Yearns, Mr. Columbus C. Sakvis, and
Miss Uarv W. M'Mullin, both of Juni
ata courrvy Pa.
On Thunday, June II th, ISoS, by Rev.
J. E. Kearns,'Mr. J. C. Roddev, of Shade
Gap, and Mi.ssitA.TTiE Waters, of Shade
Valley, lIuntiiigU, county, Pa.
Closing Quotations of Goteram't Securities.
" JAMES T. BRAD . a CO.,
(Successors to S. Jonclfj0)
CORNER OP FOl'RTH A SI) WOOD STREETS.
PitUburg, June 20, 1S63.
bay. sell. ; v,v
GOLD. 140 Hui 5-20s. Jan. '67 11.V
U.S. fis., 1SSI, 116i 5-203. Jul. 67 113
5-20s, 1S02, 112 -112 .June, 7-30s, 10J
5-2(.1 StU, 110 '110i July. 7"-30s, loy
S.9lla ISrt.T llfU 1103 Matfnnir. '(!M1J
I0-40s. 106 J lOfi , Aus.Comp.'fi5,118i
5.20s, Jan.'fi5, 113 lloi Sept.Comp.r65.11S
5-20s, Jul. '65.,113 'll3, Oct. Comp. '65,117
We are now converting 7-30s of the Juno and
July series into Gold CoupoD 5-20 bonds of 18)5-7.
A DMINISTRATOIl'S NOTICE. Let
tors of Administration on the estate of
Joseph Davis.Sr., late of Pena township, Clear
field county, Pa.. dee'd. having been granted to the
Undersigned, all persons indebted to s.iid estate
are requested to mJse immediate payment, and
tho?e having claims against the same will pre
sent them, properly authenticated, for settle
ment. Joseph Davis, Jr.
June 3,-6tp. ELISHA DAVIS. Adni'rs.
"PXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters Tes-
tamentary on the estate of Jason Kirk,
late of Lumber-city Borough, Clearfield coun
ty. Pa., dee d, having been granted to the
undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same will present
them, properly authenticated, lor settlement.
Je.10, 1863-etp. JOHN KUSSEL, Ex'rsA
MILLINER, Y GOODS,
COOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH,
Mat 10, 1S67.
rpIIE WESTERN HOTEL,
J- s Clearfield. Penn'a.
Tie undersigned, having taken charge of the
abova named Motel, icenerallv known as :'The
Lanich House," situate on the corner of Market
and Second Streets Clearfield, Pa, desires to'in
form the puolio that he is now prepared to accom
modate those who may favor him with a call.
The house has been re-fitted and re-furnished,
and hence he flatter himself that he will be able
to entertain customers in a satisfactory manner.
Ounjl 12, latit.
J. A. STINE.
Second St., Clearfield, Pa,
BUYERS OF DRY GOODS, TRIM-
MINGS, NOTIONS, HOISERY, GLOVES,
FANCY QOODS, CARPETS, OIL
CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES,
WALL PAPER, CARPET
UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, &c, &c,
are invited to examine the
most complete stock ev
er brought to this
We Challenge Competition.
Will Find Rare Inducements.
NIVLING & SHOWERS.
April 8, 1S6S.
JJ O M K INDUSTRY
BOOTS AND SHOES
Made to Order at the Lowest Rates.
The undersigned would respectfully invite the
attention of the citisens of Clearfiel i and vicini
ty, to give him a call at his shop on Market St.
nearly opposite llartswick A Irwin's drug store,
where he is prepared to make or repair an ythi ng
in his line.
Orders entrusted to him will be executed with
promptness, strength and neatness, and all work
wartanted as represented.
I have now on hand a stock of extra french
calfskins, suiicrb gaiter tops, Ac, that I will
finish up at the lowest figures.
Juno 13th, IHtiP. 1ANIEL CONNELLY
O M E T H I.N G N E W
DRUGS! DRUGS 1! DRUGS !!l
Toe undersigned would respectfully announce
to the publiolbat he has opened a Drug Store, in
ihe room recently fitted up in the house of George
Kiitlebarger. on Main street, Curwensrille, Pa.,
one door West of Hippie & Faust's store, where
be intends to keep a general assortment of
Drugs, Medicines, Oils, Paints,
Dye-Stuffs, Patent Medicines, Per
fumery, Toilet Goods, Confectionaries,
Spices, Canned Fruit, Tobacco and Cigars,
.books, stationery, Pencils, Pens, inks,
and a general variety of Notions;
Barrett's Hair Restorative,
Glass, Putty, etc., etc., etc.
The want of a Drug Store hna long been felt in
Curwecfiville, and aa that want is now supplied,
the undersigned hopes, by strict attention to bu
siness, to merit and receive a liberal share of
His stock embraces most articles needed in a
community, is entirely new, and of the best qual
ity, which he will dispose of at roasonable priees
Call and examine the goods, which cannot fail
topleabe. JOSEPH R. IRWIN.
November 8, 1S65.
I. S II A W,
'(Seoond street, opposite the Court House,)
The subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of Clearfield county, that be continues
to ;urrj on the Drug business, at the old stand,
anl that he is now prepam) to furnish
DRUGS, PATENT MEDISINES,
Stuffs, Tobacco, Cigars. Con&ctionericf,
Will Sod our stock of Drugs full and complete
ami ut a very slight advance on Eastern prices.
Teachers and others will be furnished with class
ical and mibcelliiueous books by express, at short
Consisting of Cap, Flat Cap. Foolscap, Letter and
Pi rfuined Note Paper, also, a very ncatstocK of
Mourning Note Paper and Envelopes on hand.
Pens. Pencils, Ink, Ac.
Wilt End a full stock of Pure Spices, Soda, Soda
Ash, Conccntiated Lye Soap, Ao.
HDIE3 AND GENTLEMEN
Are reouesiod to examine our stock of Perfumery,
Hair Oils, Fine Toilet Soaps, lirushea, Combs,
Toilet Sett3, Ac.
SMOKERS AND CH EWERS
Will find a full supply, of prime Chewing and
Smoking Tobacco, Imported and Domestic Cigars,
Snuff, Fine-cut, Ao.
Of the best brands, always on hand.
The best quality of Liquors always on hand, for
Physicians prescriptions promptly and carefully
compounded. August 7, 1867.
rp II E CHEAPEST
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, &C,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
Reatt the following list of goods and profittkereby.
(j)'f'tL' Always on ha'nd a largestock of La
O' eau' dies Kood3 sucn as Coburg Cloth,
Bheao -A'Pacas- Ee Luir.os, Ginghams,
Cheap Prints, Chintz, Kerchiefs, N u
Cheav bies, Bonnets, Gloves, etc.
ChoJp FOR GENTLEMEN,
Cheap Always on hand Black, Blue. Brown
Cheap ald Grey Cioths, Fancy and Black.
Cheap Casimeres. Sattinets, Cassinets,
'Jhta-p Tweeds, Plain and Fancy V'ess
Ckeup Dg8- Shirting, eto., etc. etc.
Cheap - KEADY-MADE,
Cheap Such as Coats, Pants. Vests, Under-
Lfteapi shirts, and other Flannel shirts.
Loots, shoes, Hats, Caps, Neck
ties, Gum Bootsaud Shoes. and
a variety of other articles.
Such as Unbleached and Bleached
Muslins, Colored Muslins, Linen
and cotton tabIecloths,Oil cloth,
Linen and hemp towls. car
pets, curtains, fringe, etc
If you wautNails or spikes, Manure
or other forks Saw-mill or other
saws, Sniootni ng irons. Locks,
Hinges, eto, go to Mossop's
where you n buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
GV(?Knives and forks, Butcher Knives,
, . . ' . c-i i i-. Li l- : a, ;n
Shoe and Stove blackin
and hemp ropes. Ink
i, Paper or iGood
Pens, Powder, Shot or Lead,
etc., buy them at Mossop s. '
IF YOU WANT
Shoe Last or Pegs, Palm or Fancy
Soap. Starch, W all Paper or Win
dow shnaes, lamps, iamptuDeg
or Wicks, coal oil, etc , go to
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
iooa ciirft laiujijr riuur, v '(jods
brown sugar, hams, shoulders or Q00jt
sides, coffee; Imperial, Young ' (jO0df
Hyson or blucK tea, buy them Goods
at Mossop's cheap for oash. Goods
IF YOU WrANT Goods
Tallow candles, fine or coarse eat, Goeds
. , 1 . e : , 1 TI- L '
yrup or molasses, cneese, dried
apples or peaches, water or so-
do craciters, can at aiossop s
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Port wine for Medical or Sacramen
tal uses, Sweet wine, old Monon
gahela or rye whisKy, Cherry
and Cognac brandy, buy at
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
CAaj:Raisens. Figs. Prunes or dried Cur-
isieop rants; filberts, cream, pecan or
Cheap ground nuts, candies. Liquorice
Cheap or Liquorice root, buy them
Che.apf at Mossop'scheap and good.
Cheap JF you WANT
, P To buv any other article cheap, be hnnj.
t-hTP sure to go to Mossop, for he sellFi00rf
rleV!,' cheaper for cash than any other .Goods
t"h.j person in Clearfield county. Goods
CheTJ November 27, 1861. KVtVm.Good,
Approved r jw'w r""" rvDyw iuc' c
the usual market priees iA exchange- for goods
LADIES' CLOAKS the cheapest in the county,
: : a
FLOUR the cheapest in the county, at
May 29, '67. MOSSOP'S.
GROCERIES the cheapest in the county, at
May 29. MOSSOP'S.
y ALLEY FORGE PLOW WORKS.
Jolm Hall & Co.,
riows, Cultivators, Shovel-Plows, Har
rows and Union Mowers.
Nos. 121 4123 Liberty st., corner of Pitt et.,
N. B. Our castings and points being made in
an air furnace are in every way superior to those
made by other manufacturers. Feb.I2,?t5S-ly.
JAMES T. BRADY fc Co7
(Successors to S. Jones A Co.,)
Corner Fourth and "Wood Sts.,
Pittsburgh. Pa ,
Buy and sell all kinds of Government Securities,
Gold, Silver and Coupons, ou most
7-30's Converted into the new 5-20
Interest allowed on deposits. Money loaned
on Government Bonds a lowest market
rates. Orders executed for the pur
chase and sale of Stock. Bond:) and Gold.
m!3. JAMES T. BRADY A CO. 1 863.
JEINEMAN, MEYRAN L SEIDLE,
No. 42 Fifth st..l door from Wood st.,
Pittsburgh, Pa ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers 5n
FINS JEWELKY, WATCHES. DIAMONDS,
Pure Silver-ware, French Clocks, P.ated
Ware of every description. Tea Setts',
Spoons, Forks, Ito. 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 aay city, east or west.
Person) in want of any article iu 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 oursolves
practical watch makers) we pay very special
attention. We eo,ploy 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 nay rdy on getting
tho utmost satisfaction, ffork may bo
sent in by express or .itherwise.
REINEMAX, MEYRAN A-SEIDLE,
Wholesale and Retail Jewelers and tilvernuiith's.
ap23- 42 Filth St., Pittsburgh. 'Od-ly.
OMET II I N G N E W ,
IN SHAW'S ROW,
FRANK t S TO U GUT ON,
Merchant Tailors, Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
Having opened their new establishment, in
Shaw's Row. one door -east of the Post Office, and
having jut returned from the eastern cities' with
a large aud elegant assortment of
Cloths, Casi-iraeres, Vestings,
Beavers, &e., and all kinds of goods for
men aud boys' wear, are now
prepared to make up to order CLOTHING, from a
single article to a full suit, in the latest styles
and mof t workmanlike manner. Special atten
tion given to custom work and cutting out tor
men and boys. We offer great bargains to custo
mers, and warrant entire natisfactlon. A liberal
share of public patronage is solicited. Call and
ccamine our goods. M A. FRANK,
OU 16, 1K67. E. R. L. STOUGHTON.
"A TEST STYLES,
for Spring and Sumner Hats,
fwmiCVA- i J PfailJolptltt "Also
Trimmed patterns of clothing for Ladies and
Children from Mme. Demorest, a full supply
of whieh will be kept constantly on
( hand at the store of
Mrs. II. D. WELSH & Co.,
Dealers in Fancy Goods Millinery, Notions, Toys.
Muiio and Musical Instruments.
Second Street, next door to First National Bank,4
Clearfield, I'enn a.
They also make to order
All kinds of Bonnets for : : : : 50 cts.
All kinds of Hats for : : : : : 30 cts.
Materials furnished en as reasonable terms as they
can be had in the county.
Call and examine their stock before purchasing
elsewhere. April S, 1863.
DR. A.M. HILLS desires to inform his patients
and the public generally, that he has associated
with him in the practice of Dentistry. S. P. SHAW,
D. D S , who is a graduate of the Philadelphia
Dental College, and therefore has the highest
attestations of his Professional skill.
All work done in the office I will hold myself
personally responsible for being done in the most
satisfactory manner and highest order of the pro
fession An established practice of twenty-two years in
this place enables me to speak to my patrons with
Engagements from a distance should be made
by letter a few days before the patient designs
eotning. Clearfield, June 3. l!6.S-ly.
LOOK AT Tins !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books ; Sheet Music
for Piano, Flute and Violin;
Blank Account and Pass Books, of every de
scription; Paper and Envelopes. French
pressed and plain; Pens and Pencils;
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and
Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment
Brief; Legal cap; Record cap; and
Bill cap, etc.,
Will be sold at Wholesale or Retail by
P. A. GAUL IN, AMEBIC 15 GOITER CrRE.
This is an unfaiiing remedy for that loathsome)
At the Post office, on Market Street, disease, the Goiter, or swelled neck It is simpl.
ri...-M P. ' itscomposition.yet powerful in its effect U-
Clearfield, Pa. (!d internal 'y and externally. Persons afffieted
May 5, 1S63 -ln this way should not hesitate to obtain the rem-
' : : edy at the earliest possible moment, and be re-
HOUSEKEEPERS can save money by buying jjeyed from their unpleasant complaint,
their brooms, buckets, tabs, churns, wash-
boards, clothes-pins, rolling-pins, pails, knife 11 the above remedies are prepared and Sold
boxes, coffee mills, looking glasses, clocks, bed by M. A. FRANK A CO.
cords. baskets. butter bowla,window sbades.carpets Clearfield, Pa.
matting, oil cloths, Ac., at J. P. KRAJZER S Codntry Dealers supplied at Wholesale prices.
STOVES of all sorts and sites, constantly on TOOTS SHOES the cheapest in the county,
hand at MERKELL A BIGLER'S Jp at MOSSOP'S.
pRM?;E2i-aqantity on &adM cL0M,"T-th' che,pe,t ln th' mTssLA
pEeDpfEACHES-tbe s&i sSKyir
QtEENSWARE-the c' Ojt' "SSSpV
lv v.iri.'tis itf first niilitV-
n , ... " . . -
uui-uru i uiiiiigs, ti (iu per Hundred.
Orders solicited as soon as convenient and filled
in rotation, by A M. H I LUS.
Aug. 21, 'f,7.' Clearfield, Pa.
T OST. Ou the 30th or Sit of May, I
lost $1 hi) either at, or between New Mill
port aud Curwenaville. of the following denomi
nations : Two bills of $50 each ; two bill? of 20
each: and one bill of Jill). I offer TWENTY
FIVE DOLLARS reward for the recovery of the
whole amount. ABRAM PEOPLES.
Jel0,-63. New Millport, Cleai field Co., Pa.
BLACKSMITH WANTED. A firsf
class Smith Shop, with iarge cnntorn,
and (if required) a good dwelling house conve
nient to the shop, are offered for rent by the sub
scribers. Would prefer to make an-engagement
with a man possessed of some capital and enter
prise, as such a man could do a large business.
Curwensville, June 3 E. A IRVIN A CO.
T) ISSOLUTION. The partnership hcre--L
tofore existing between James Irwin &
Sons, in the Mercantile and Lainbering business,
at Bald hills, was dissolved by the withdrawal of
James Irwiu from the firm, by mutual consent.
Tue business will be conducted by F. B. A A.
Irwin at the old stand. JAMES IRWIN,.
Bald HiU, Pa..
June 10, lwG3-3tp.
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June 10, l86S-Ct. '
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IGARS AND TOBACCO,
M I'IPFACTI REH AND WlIOLESALK AND RETAIL.'
DkALKK 1 ClGAUS AND ToBACCUfl,
Would respectfully announce that he has remor
ed to the lure and ommodious store-room, op
posite the residence of 11 li Swoope, Esq., where
he has opened a general assortment of Tobacco,
Cigars, etc. , whion bo if prepared to sell, wholesale
or retail, at reasonable prices.
Hi? cigars are made of the very best material,
and "in style of manufacture will compare with
those of any other establishment
He has always on band a superior' article' of
chewing and smoking tobaccos, to wbioh he di
rects the attention of '-lovers of the weed."
Merchants aud Dealers, throughout the county
supplied at the lowest wholesale prices.
Call and examine his stock when yon come to
Clearfield. June 10, 1868.
STAR LIGHTNING ROD!
The Best and the Cheapest !
The Star Galva.mzkd Ligiitsins Ror is supe
rior to any in use, and will last tor generations.
It in macie from Magnetic Iron jtbs square--gro'oved,
spiral-twisted and galvanised, and con--nected
with pure copper couplings, rendering-it
equal to a copper rod. the whole surmounted with
a Gold-plated cluster point of pure cepper'thua
forming a continuous rod from the point to the
ground the combination of metals forming' -galvanio
battery in the rod.
It is warranted always to remain brigv nd
clean, and will never corrode or rust, tnui pre
senting a neat ornamental appearance on the
building, worth more than its eost aa a matter of
ornament, to say nothing about its sure protection
To show the popularity of the Galvanised Star
Rod, it is only necexsary to say that the propri
etors have pulled off more than one hundred tons
of old rusty irons, within twelve months, front
colleges, academies, public buildings, barns, etc.,
and put up the Star Rod in their place.
As the "Star" is better and sold at a less price
than any other rod, is more durable and more or
namental, persons should consult tneir own inter
ests and safety to life and property, before- they
nave a rod oreoted on their buildings: -
All that is necessary to convince the public of
the superiority of the Star Lightning Rod, is a
thorough examination into its construction and
The undorcigued, beice the ATenta for Clear
field county, will put up r jds, for all whs may de
sire them, on short notice end reasonable terms.
Caland examine them at their store in Clearfield.
Jttne 10, 1864. MERRILL A BIGLER.
THE AFFLICTED It
RKAD! READ! F.SADf
THE GREAT AMERICAN REMEDIES
Persons subject to various ailments, frequently
ask the question. ''What shall, I do to relieve me?"
To such we would say, try the fallowing invalua
ble preparations, which have bu recently been
introduced, to the public, although they have
been in use for a number of years as Family
AMERICAS' VEGETABLE BITTERS.
This Vegetable Compound is a certain cure for
Dyspepsia, Disease of the Liver, Carbuncles, E
ruptionsof the Skin, Canker in the Stomach, eto.
A benefit is always experienced from the nse of
one bottle, and a perfect cure warranted when th
Fatient perseveres la taking n sufficient quantity,
n some caaes from two to three bottles will effect
acure. No change of diet is necessary. Our ad
vice is, eat good substantial food and enough of it.
AMERICAN LUNG RESTORATIVE.
This preparation ia a Vegetable Compound
an Indian cure for Lung Diseases, Coughs, Colds,
Tightness of the Chest. Pain in the Breast, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, etc. This Medicine has a most
happy effect in the above complaints, when taken
according to directions. It can be taken at all
times, and under all circumstances, and the pa
tient generally experiences an almost instanta
neous relief. It is worth a trial at least.
This compound contains the most wonderful
medical properties, and is superior to any other
liniment now in use It ia a spredy, safe and
sure oure for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Earache,
Toothache. Sore Throat. Stiff Neck, Spinal Disea
ses, Pain in the Breast, Side and Kidneys ; Diaai
ness, Burn3, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts Bruises,
Sprains. Old Sores, Runrounds, Felons, Cholera
Morbus. Colic, etc. No family should be witbnnt
it, as it is truly an indispensable and TaluaH -remedy.
n-UAPE VINES FOR
leading hardy varietie: