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BY S. J. ROW.
CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1868.
VOL. 15.-NO. 6.
FACTS FORTHE PEOPLE !
If you want the State debt Fteadily de
creased, vote (or John F. Hartranft.
The way to secure a direct land tax is to
vote a Pemocratie ticket ; as the equal tax
ation poli'T advocated by Senator Wallace,
means a direct tax on all farms.
Tax Payers remember that the adminis
tration t General Campbell will save the
State Tn-aury about J?l'0, X)0 this year by
tr,.wriliinc the List of Liens under act of
4;h of April, 163-
The Pciinwratie policy of equal taxation
iton levy the tax on real estate which John
F. Hartranft was instrumental in having re
pealed. Hence every free holder who votes
(,ir Hartranft, acts in self-defeuse against
Tax Payers and voters bear in mind that
mure wjrk has been done in I be Land I)e
partiueiit fur less expense unde.- Gen. Camp
bell's aJiiiini-tration than during any ad
ministration f.ir years. System and indus
try characterize his administration of the of-
Renumber that the only fund the Sur
veyor liciietal controls is a small bum ap
propriated annually for contingent expenses
and that of this fund, according to the show
ine iii the opposition, fieiieral Campbell ex
priided nearly $500 a year less than his
Laud holders and iamers if you want pa
tents for your lands made out with neatness
and correctness, vote for Geu. Jacob M.
C'atiipbell.the present experienced aud laith
I'til purveyor General. Remember that an
emir or omission in official papers may
cause a law.-uit hearafter.
Voters remember that the administration
uf the Land Olice by Gen. Campbell has
been a live uiie, characterized by a determi
nation to serve the people. For their accom
UiiiJati"ii additional loi ms, to enable them
to deal with the office without the expense
uf an agent, were adikd to the last report.
Fair men of the Democratic party have
borne testimony that connected drafts, cop
ies of surveys, and all other officials docu
nients obtained from the Surveyor (Jener
aVltrlice, during the administration of
Gen. I'ampU-H, were "made out with more
r.-'ainess, oirn c:iies:s and proiuptuess thau
J.ilm F. Hartianlt, as Audinor General,
durinir the time he has held the office, has
been instrumental by his wise and thorough
revi.-ai uf all public accounts, and by the
strietness with which be insists on the har
Testinsi uf the nublic resources, in reducing
the State debt more than any man that ever
filled the same position.
Make a note of it and vote accordingly,
that the administration of Gen. Campbell
has brought up the unfinished business of
all his predecessors in the Land Office, and
that the people will le incalculably benefit-t-l
by this w rk in perfecting the titles to
their land and the State Treasury enriche d
by over a million of dollars.
Th- t imposition fapers, knowing Gener
al Catuptifirs strength and that he has been
the in .m effieicnt Surveyor General thcState
fas eer had tor years, have undertaken to
tmk him down in the confidence of the
p"-f!e by the ha est kind of inisrepresenta
t mi. We, therefore, ask that this kind
"f elect i .itiei-riug be hurled back by the re
ekvii .u .ifihi, tried public servant by au in-I'o-ascd
Taxpayers and farmers interested in the
Million ..f agriculture, remember that
ie i iu ivy and business quaiiDca
ii. Ja.-ob M. Campbell, a larger
pri.-.- per ac-Je was obtained for
iitiiral Colleire Land Script sold
t-itc than was obtained by the
r Sra'i- that sold about the same time,
cra'.ie authority can be cited in aub-
:anr.at!..n ' f t'uMaet.
H e p. i.pY should not lose sight of the
':i;!',:'a:ri. if keeping an experienced officer
the hea i of the Land Department, for it
!-"tir.it the nio-t intricate connected with
f S::ito 1 .verniuetit, and the rights of
1 ' 'e- !n.,y be .seriously affected by an in -'i
li -ii. -l ..riieer. Gen. Cainplell is an
'need oilieer. and honest nien of all
I irt..-. l,t.;,r testimony hat they receive e
ud tsiii-t justice at bis hands.
"lax Payor, Lear in mind that the inereas
tlvzx l riauure in the Land Office for rrrt
", i;.-., about which the Democrat
s'1 r bowl, was recommended by (ten.
:t 1 '.-in. K-rar ic- Surveyor General, and
ii;. t. r (un. Campbell's energetic ad--:!:itii.n
tlK. work lor which tbey were
"nzvd b: s Leon nearly accomplished,
tliat the Department will yield a very
venue to tbe State for vearsto come.
t.riu n.se i if ailniiiiixtrring it after
ir tV(7' ,e 7. x ,.-. the ertraortli-
'"'!' " '"! u ill li'ice leeu June by General
Farmers, Mechanics, Workinjimen Free
w"n of Clearfield county, and ot Penn-yl-vuiaa
retiietnt'iiiber that it U not sufficient
t,,at Jin and your neighbor will vote for
Grunt and Colfax, and so stay away from the
Wober election. One vote added to the
fcajirity 0f Hartranft and Campbell will
a''il more than twenty votes added to the
Majority in November. Act on this pre
emption, aud get out every Republican vo-tv'-.
ou next Tuesday.and the victory in No
vtuber will be the uiore -overwhelming.
Who Favors Negro Suffrage.
When Democratic politicians charge up
on the Republican party a design to confer
the right of suffrage upon the negro, and
elevate him to social equality with the
whites, let them le confronted with thefol
lowing facts in the record of their own par
ty on this subject.
Who said that all men are created equal?
Thomas Jefferson, the Father of Democ
racy. Who gave negroes the right tf suffrage
iu New York ? The Peniocraey.
Who presided over the Convention which
gave this privilege to negroes? Martin Van
liuren a Democrat.
Who afterwards elected Van Buren to
the Presidency of the United States? The
Who married a negro woman, and by her
had mulatto children? Rich'd M. Johnson,
a good Democrat.
Who elected Richard M. Johnson, Vice
President of tha Unitad States? The Dem
If President Van Buren had died, and
Richard M. Johusou had become President,
who would have become the Domocratic
mistress of the White House? This same
Who made the negro a citizen of the
State of Maine? The Democratic party.
Who enacted a similar law in Massachu
setts? The Democratic party.
Who gave the negro the right to vote in
New Hampshire ? The Democratic party.
Who permitted every colored person
owning $coU n .cw iork to become a
voter? A General Assembly purely Demo
cratic Who repealed the laws of Ohio which
required negroes to give bonds and security
before settling in that State ? The Demo
Who made mulattoes legal voters in
Ohio? A Democratic Supreme Court, of
which Reuben Wood was Chief Justice.
r T- i i,w t s mi
nat Become or tteuDen now.' I lie
Democratic party elected him Governor
three times, and he is still a leader of the
Who helped to give- free negroes the
right to vote iu Tennessee, under her Con-
stitutou of 17? General Jackson.
Was General Jackson a good Democrat?
He generally passed as such.
Who advised Gov. Sharkey of Mississip
pi to extend the elective franchise to all per
sons of color who could read ? Andrew
Johnson, the present leader of the Copper
Who, with the .above facts, and many
others, staring them in the face, are contin
ually whining about "negro suffrage" an
negro equality ? The "Democratic" party.
All these things were done by Democrats
and yefthey dery being in favor of nearo
equality, and charge it upon the Union par-
ty.just like the thief, who cries "stop thie:
A gentleman who is rather given to story
tclliup relates the following :
When I was a young man I spent several
years at the South, residing a while at Port
Hudson, on the Mississippi river. A great
deal of litigation was going on there about
that time, and it was not always an easy
matter to obtain a jury. One day I was
summoned to act in that capacity and went
to the court to get excused.
On my name being called I informed bis
Honor, the Judge, that I was not a free
holder, and therefore was not qualified to
"Where do you reside?" inquired the
"I am stopping for the time being at
"Then, I presume, you board at the ho
"I take my meals there,but I have rooms
in another part of town."
"So you keep bachelor's hall?"
' How long have you lived in that man
ner?"' "Six months."
"I think you are qualified." gravely re
plied the Judge, For I have never known a
mau to keep bachelor's ha 1 the length of
time you nA'iie, who ha 1 not ih'it euouyh to
vxike ft i'H ufmhMcr! The court did not
A phepherd in the vicinity of Ballatcr,
Scotland, witnessed a contest tbe other day,
between a fox and two eagles. Reynard had
got a piece of meat, with which he was uia
kinir off, when an eajr'e swooped down and
attempted to seize it. The fox boldly showed
fight, however, and stuck by his prize. A
nother eajile then came to the aid of the first
but l oth were set at defiance by their four
fouted antagonist, who was ultimately allow
ed to get off in triumph, the eagles soaring
aloft when the shepherd approached rather
near the place where the fight was proceeding.
l?e reserved, says Wm. I'enn. but not sour ;
grave, but not formal ; bold, but not rash ;
humble, but not servile; pal "tent, but not
insensible ; conxtant, but not obstinate ;
cheerful, but not light ; rather be sweet tem-
nered than intimate, and intimate with a
few and upon good grounds.
When you hear a man often complaining
that his newspaper is "horribly stupid, and
not at all edited as it ought to be," it's a
sign (ten to one) that he is considerably in
arrears on tbe subscription.
The mostauthentic witnesses of any man's
character arc those whoknojvhitn io his
own family, and see him without any re
straint, or rule of conduct, but such as he
voluntarily prescribe to himself.
The National Republican party of the United
States, assembled in national Convention in tbe
city of Chiengo on tbe 201 b day of May, 1SS,
makes tne following declaration ot principles.
1. We congratulate the country on the assured
succoss of lhe reconstruction policy of Congre-a
as evinced by tbe adoption, in a majority of the
States lately in rebellion, ji const tuiious secur
ng equal civil and political ngbu to all. and re
gard it as tae duty of the Government to sustain
those institution, and to prevent the people of
such States from being remitted t i state of an
archy. z. lbe guarantee by Congress of equal suffrage
to all loyal men at tbe south was demanded oy
every consideration of public safety, of gratitude
ana oi justice, and must De maintained. wmie tne
question oi suffrage in all lbe loyal Mates prop
erly belongs to the people of those Stales
A. we denounce all tortus ot repudiation as a
National crime, and tbe National honor requires
tbe payment of tbe public indebtedness in tne al
most good latin to all creditors at home and a
broad, not only according to tbe letter, but the
spirit ot lbe law under which it was contracted
4 It is due to lbe labor of the nation that tax
ation should be equalized and reduced as rapid
ly as tne national taiib will permit
5. Tbe national debt, contracted as it has been
for tbe preservation of the Union for all lime td
come, should be extended over a t'uir period fur
redemption, and it is tbe duty of Congress to re
duce tbe rate ol interest thereon whenever it can
honestly bd done.
ft. lbat tbe best policy to diminish our burden
of debt, is to so improve our ci dit so that capi
tali.'B will seek to loan ui money ut lower r.Ues
of tuteresc than we now pay. aud must continue
to pay so long as repudiation, partial or total
open or covert. is threatened or suspected
?. lbe Uoveiuiueut oi lbe l.nited stales snouiu
be administered wi'.h tbe strictest economy, aud
tbe corruptions, which have been sj shamefully
nursed and tosteied oy Andrew JoDlitou, can
loudlv for radical reform
S. We profoundly deplore the untimely and
tragic death of Abraham Lincoln and regret the
a;cesiouot Andrew Jonnsou to me x-resiueucy
who has acted treacherously to tbe people who
elected hun and lhe cause be was pledged to sup
port, bus usurped hiuh lein.lative aud judicial
functions, has refused to execute tbe laws, h
used bis hih office to induce Either officers to ig
core and violate tbe laws, has employed his exe'
cutive powers to render insecure the properly
peace liberty and lite of the citizen, has abused
lbe pardoning power, hasdenoupced the national
legislature as uncoustiiui ion 1. has persistently
aud corruptly resisted, by every measure in his
power, every proper attempt at tbe reconstruc
tion ol tbe states lately iu reooilion, nas perver
ted lbe public pationaire into an engine of whole
sale corruption, aud has been jusily iuipeacbed
for bib crimes ani misdetueuuors. and properly
pronounced guilty thereof by tbe vole ol thirly-
y 'J be dot trine of Great Britain nnd other Eu
ropean powers, that, because a man is once a sub
ject, he is always so, must be resisted at every
hazard by tbe Uuited Stales as aretic ot tne lou
da times, not authorized by lbe law of nations
and at war with our naiionsl honor and indepen
dence Naturalized citizens are entitled to be
protected iu all their rights of citizenship, as
though they were nativc-'born. and no citizen of
the t niled states, native r naturalized must be
liable to arrest and imprisonment by any foreign
power for actsdoue or words spoken in tbisoouu
try and. if so arrested aud imprioned. it is the
duly of tbe government to interfere in bis be
half IU Of all who were faithful in the trials of the
late war. there were none entitled to more espe
cial honor than the biave soldiers sod souuien
who endured the hardships of lbe eauiuaiga and
cruise, and imperilled their lives in the service
of the country. The bounties and pensions pro
vided by law for these brave defenders of the na
tion are obligations never to be forgotten. The
widows and orpbansof the gallant dead are tbe
wards of tbe people a sacred legacy bequeathed
to the nation sprotectinz care
II. Foreign emigration, which in the past h;n
added so much lo tbe wealth . development ot re
sources and increase of power to the nation.
should be toMered and encouraged by a liberial
and lust policy
12 This Convention declares itssympathy with
all oppressed peoples struggling tor their rights
13. We highly rec mineud tbe spirit of mag
nanimity and forgiveness with which men who
have sorved lbe reuellion. but now fiankty and
honestly co-operate with us in restoring tbe peace
ot the country aud reconstruct!, g tne souinern
State tio-eriimenls upon lbe basis of impartial
itislice and eoual rights, are received b;ick into
tbe communion of the loyal people. and we favor
the removal of tbe disou.ili6cations and restric
tions imnused upon the late ebe s in the same
measure as the spirit uf disloyalty will direct and
as may be consistent with the safety of tbe loyal
14. We recognize tbe great principles laid down
in the immortal Declaration ot Independence
the true foundation of I)- mocratic government
and we bail with gladness every effort toward
making these principles a living reality on every
inch of American soil.
William, thee knows I never call anybody
names: but William, if the Mayor of the
city were to come to me and say. "Jodiua,
I want thee to find me the biggest liar in
all Philadelphia, T would come to thee and
put my hand on thy shoulder, and say to
thee, "William, the Mayor wants to see
One of Robert Hall's congregation took
him to tak for not preaching more fre
quently on predestination. Hall replied:
"I perceive you are predestined to tie. an
ass : and what is more, I see that you are
determined to make your calling and elec
Comstock, the man who dicovered tbe
famous Comstock lode in Nevada, from
which so much silver has been taken, sold
it for a horse. It was worth at least $30,-
(HKUHH). That was a very good lode for a
When you hear a man declaiming against
the union of the Elates ns an "unholy alli
ance," it's a sign he ought to get out ot it
as fast as possible ; and the quicker the
better tor bis conscience and tbe couutry.
Fight hard against a hasty temper. An
ger will come, but resit it strongly. A
spark may set a house on tire. A fit of pas
t-ion may give you cause to mourn all your
life. Never revenge an injury.
When jou hear a woman inveigling pub
licly against the "marriage state as it is,"
it's a sign she never tried it ; or, it she has,
married a man whose wife was probably as
much in fault as himself.
Capt. John S. M'Clellan has discovered a
country extending along the eastern base of
the Rocky Mountains.from the Sun over to
the British frontier, wbich appears to be a
sort of earthly paradise.
A merry or a cheerful countenance was
always one of the things which Jeremy Tay
lor said his enemies or persecutors could not
take from him.
Out in Iowa there is said to be an organ
ization of femaW who call themselves Grant
girls, and have tor a motto "match us."
In Lebanon, New Hampshire, a farmer
this year raised three thousand bushels of
potatoes from thirteen acres of land.
GROSS NATURALIZATION FRAUDS ! !
The Way They Make Democrats.
Tbe Phi adelphia Sunday Rfjiuhlic pub
lishes the proceedings, had before Alderman
Beidler, on Saturday last, in refeience to
frauds committed in Philadelphia, inrefer
ence to furnishing naturalization papers to
those not legally entitled to them. We ap
pend a portion of the evidence :
The first witness called was J as. R. Snow
den, who testified that he was the Prothon
otaryof the Supreme Court, and then de
tailed the manner in which the natural zation
papers were procured by the parlies applying.
Thos. Ji. Wurrall sworn. I am crier of
the Supreme Court ; I or Mr. Schell swear
tbe petitioners and vouchers, but do not
mark the papers so that we can recognize
them; I have administered in the last ten
days from two to four thousand oaths.
Mr. Mann then produced seven petitions
vouched f-ir by Charles Sehnitzer.
The witness then recognized Sehnitzer as
a voucher, but could not. recognize him by
name; the signature is Sehnitzer, while the
uame iu the body of the paper is Schnitzel.
Clias. 11 uiiiiinuer sworn. Mr. Manu then
offered the form of oath attached to the nat
uralization iianer, of fidelity to the United
States and renouncing allegiance to any for
eign power, ami ot having resided in the
country for five years.
V ituess. llie signature attached to that
locuineiit is mine : 1 know Mr. Lcckfcldt;
have been stopping at his house four weeks;
1 came fiom .New iVrfc, where i had been
two days prior; before that I lived at Moiia-
to Hill, ijong Island, tor one month ; prior
to that in Landisville tlnee months; 1 know
Charles Sehnitzer; I lirst saw him last No
vember at Liccktcldt s house ; that isthe first
time he ever saw me; next saw him in
March at Leckfeldt's ; Schuitzer went into
court and swore for me ; he signed the same
,)aIH;r that i did
Mr. Matin t lieu read the affidavit subscrib
ed by the voucher, as to having known the
petitioner for live years as a resident ot the
L tilted Mutes.
Witness. I was in the rebel armv frcm
1SI"2 to f.Oa; Sehnitzer asked me how long
I hud been in the countn, and 1 told him ;
lie asked me if 1 had my citizen paper; 1
said no, aud he said I ould get it without
much cost ; we went to 4'.lj and 4'ji .North
Third Street, to a Democratic committee ;
he i.ut his nam to a paper and iiaid ten
cents and got a ticket; we then came to the
Court; SchniizcralsosWorefoi tTeo. Muench;
be said taking an out h was nothing ; atLeck-
feiik's he said : "1 can swear fifty times for
a glass ol beer; he also said swearing in
this country was nothing, it was only kissing
a Bible ; Leckleldt was present when we
came tiotn the Court, and asked it we had
it the payers : hetook the papers from us
and said he would eive them to me after the
elections; when I last camtrTd this city Lieek-
feldt did not ask tne where I came from ;
know Mollock from seeing him at Leckfeldt's
about fourteen days ago ; I saw A uench
when he first came to tbe city. about twenty
months ago; he then said he had only been
in the country anout six or eight days.
Considerable otherevidence was produced.
all affirming the fra id and perjury committ
ed bv these men.
Counsel then araued the case, when th
magistrate concluded to bold Muench, Leek
leldt,and Mollock in $1 ,500 bail, and Schnit
zer in $2,000 bail tor trial.
Leckf'eidt wa liberated on Anthony Camp
bell, a memlier of common council from the
Eleventh ward, coimr his hail.
lhe fourteen names alluded to above are
Andrew linger, Frederick tichwenleber,
Frederick Frurchner, Geo. Muench, George
Drexel. Charles lloeninger, rred. Mollock.
John Henry Stull, John George Lodholz,
Sch mitt, l'oli. John Kurtz, Jos. H aichman,
and Peier t eiwyn.
We all know that fraudulent papers were
; ue(j two yearsago from the courts of York
countv. ana we repeat asain mai it is me
duty of all Republicans and houest men to
guard the ballot box.
Is it a wonder the Democrats oppose a
Registry law ?
Disagreeable Bedfellow. Three
gentlemen, while in Providence, on business
stopped at one ot the best hotels ot that
phi. e and asked the clerk to prepare a room
tor them one with double beds, so that the
triocou.d room together. The del k answered
that he could accomodate them if one would
sleep with a stranger, as all the other rooms
were occupied. After some hesitation one
ol the number said he was perfectly willing
to sleep with tbe stranger. The trio were
soon shown to their room, where they beheld
seated on one of the beds, partially undress
ed, a gent, wbo appeared to be an excellent
spjcimen of the genius dandy, as he stared
at the new comers through ar. eye-glass which
he held daintily in his fingers.
Oui fiieud, who had -promised to sleep
with the stanger, quickly disrobed himself
of bis outer garments, and sat down on
a chair bc-side tbe bed occupied by the dan
dy, commenced to scratch his bead vigor
ously. This proceeding astonished the dan
dy; but bis amazemetit was considerably
increased by lieariug our i'riend say to one
ot bis companions
"Jimmy, did you bring your fine tooth
comb with you ? If you did, leud it to me,
for my bead is very itchy !"
The dandy started on hearing this, quick
ly dressed himself, and, with an expression
of disgust on his countenance, left the room.
It is needless to say our friend slept aloue
"What can a man do?" asked a green'un
whin a sheiifl was iimiing up to hiiu with
a writ in his hand
"Apply the r tueily."
During the last twenty-five years the Odd
Fellows have educated twenty-five thousand
children in this country. .
Prentice says of an editor who "smelt a
rat," that it the rat smelt him the varmint
had the worst of it.
They have harvested this year in Califor
nia a wheat crop of twenty millions of
bushels. ' - ' "
Seek the praise only of the good.
Uf ALTER BARRETT, Attorney atl.sw. Clear
field, Pa. May 13. 1S63.
D. W. tiRAHAM. Dealer in Dry-Goods. Groce
I ries. Hardware. Queensware. Woodenware
Provisions, etc., MarKet Street. Clearfield. Pa.
NIVLINO & ?H0WERS. Dealers in Dry -Goods
Ladies' Fancy Goods. Hats and Caps. Boots,
Shoes, eto . Second Street, Clearfield, Pa. Sep 25
TERRELL A BIGLER
Dealers in Hardware
LvJL and manufacturers of Tin and Sheet-iron
rare. Second Street. Clearfield. Pa. Jane '66.
RF. NAUGLE. Watch and Clock Maker, and
. dealer in Watches. Jewelry, Ac. Room in
Uraham's row, Market street.
HBUCHER SWOOPE, Attorney at Law.Clear
. field. Pa. Office in Graham's Row. fourdoo s
west of Graham A Boynton's store. Nov. 10.
TEST. Attorney at Law. Clearfield, Pa., will
attend promptly to all Legal business entrust
ed to his care in Clearfield and adjoining coun
ties. Office on Market street. July 17, istw.
rriHOMAS 11. FORCET, Dealer in Square and
J Sawed Lumber. Dry-Goods. Queensware, Gro
ceries. Flour. Grain. Feed, Bacon, Ac , Ac, Gra-
hamton. Clearfield county, Pa. Oct I".
TP. KRATZER. Dealer in Dry-Goods. Ulotbing.
Hardware Oucensware. Groceries. Provi
sions, etc. Market Street, neatly opposite the
Court House, Clearfield, Pa. June, ist.a.
HRTSWICK A IRWIN. Dealers in 1'rugs.
Medicines. Paints. Oils. Stationary. Perfume-
rj r ancv Hoods, motions, eic, eii,., .mre. r.,CDl.
Clearfield, Pa le- 6, l65-
H KRATZER ft tjtJ. aeaters in vrj uuui
I . ni.ol.in,-. Hardware. Oueensware. Groce-
ries. Provisions. c . front ptreei. (anove un i
v - .... . . .
cidemy.l Cleai field. Pa. Dec S7.1S6a.
TilllN GUELICH. Manufacturer of all kinds oi
-I, ;t. .r, Market street. Clearfield. Pa
1 1 , h.m.k.i In order UnmDI. Onsnon nonce. uu
attends funerals witb a bearse. wpriu. j-
rrVIOMAS J- M CULLOUGH. Attorney at Law.
I Clearfield. Pa. Utnce. east ot tne --learueiu
o liank. Deeds and other legal instruments pre
pared with promptness and accuracy. JulyS.
I 1CU ARD MOSSOP, Dealer in Foreign and Do
IV mestie Dry Goods, Groceries. Flour. Bacon,
i.iuiiors. Ac. Room, on Market street, a lew aoor
est Ol .lOlim'il lpicr. view. ncp. - - r- -
171 B READ,
M D.. Pbvsicinn and Sui gcon.
L1 . Willian
m' Grove. Pa., offers his professional
services to tne citizens oi m ..is,
jrv July nun. iwii.
r-IKEDERICK LEITZINGER. Manufacturer ol
I1 all kinds of Stone-ware, nearneia. ra- "r
.i..- .i,ii.lwhnlMalii or retail He also Keep
on hand and for sale an assortment oi earn eus
ware, of his own manufacture
Jan, t. ISo3
itb .1. B. McEnnlty. Esq ..
field. Pa. Office w
c:... v.t;nn.l Hank. Proinnt attention giv
en to the securing of Hountj claims to
all legal business.
March 27, 1867.
viTit.l.tCF. RfrtLER FIELDING. Attor-
V nevs at Law Clearfield. Pa.. Legal basinets
of all kinds promptly and accurately atleuuea to
Clearfield. Pa.. Jtay I8lb, 186ft.
Will. I A A. WALL AC B WH-ttAM 3- BIOLEB
J.BLAKB WALTBISS FRANK FIELPINO
ALBKRT.GEARY A CO. .Dealers in Dry Goods.
Groceries, Hardware. Queensware. Flour Ba
con, etc.. Woodland. Clearfield county Pa. Also
.leiilers in nil kinds of sawed lumber
shingles, and square timber. Orders solicited
Woodland. Pa , Aug. ltflh,186:l
nit J. P. BURCH FIELD Late Surgeon of the
:i.i n.'i Pnnn'i Vols., having returned
from the army, offers his professional services to
k. ;i.n nf Clearfield and vicinity. Profes-
ir,n,i nulls nromntlv uttendad to. Office on
South-East corner of 3d and Market Streets.
Oct. 4. lHfii 6mp.
QURVEVOR The undersigned offers
ksJ w s rviis to the nubhe. as a purveyor.
He may be found at his residence in Lnwience
township, when not engaged ; r lom j
i.iiupiii iMflflrnelil. Fenn a.
March 6th. iart7.-tf. J MES MITCIIELL.
DR J. M. MOOREHEAD. tenders his profes
sional services, in the practice ot medicine,
to tbe citiiena of Ansonville and vicinity. Hav
ine received a liberal encouragement duripg the
n . . , - I ........ h.r.
past two years, ne n aeiernnneu ,u - -
permanently. Teeth extrac.ed without pain by
k Narcotic sprav. perfectly safe. Artificial teeth
nut no in
to give satisfaction.
ANKIXG & COLLECTION OFFICE
Successors to Foster. Perks, Wright Co.,
Philipsbi bo, Centre Co., Pa.
Where all the business of a Banning House
will be transacted promptly and upon tne mosi
f,nrahl terms.' 1 , aurpniv-u.
1. D. H G1RK.
nTlMlflfinn TTOTTSF,. CLEARFIELD,
J l. Tim ciikcpnlwir wmild respectfully
solicit a'eontinuance of the patronage of bis old
friends and customers ai me -vieiu.
Having made many Improvements, ne is prcKr
..I in .pnmmodate all who may iavor mm
theircustom. Every department connecieu wi.u
the house is conducted in a manner to gne gen-
eral satisfaction. Give him a call. .,
.Nov. 4 lSiiS. OBO. N. COLBURN.
n n T T HOUSE,
MAIN STREET, J0I1NST0WN, PA.
A. ROW & CO., RROl'RIETORS.
Ibis house having been refitted and elegantly
furnished, is now open for the reception and ea
terti.inment of guests Tbe proprietors by long
experience in hotel keeping, feel confident they
.n.ufv a discriminating publio Aneir oan
nlied with the choicest oranai- i i)
July 4th. 1S66.
This Old establishment having neen ieaeu oy
, : . 1'mr.rietorof the "Morrison
IIUIIIHfc.t"M - -
liou-e." has been thoroughly renova'ed and re-
e - i i n.i B.,nniiH with all the modern im
iurniMieu. " - -1 i f ,
nrnvements and convemeneiesnecessary to a first
class Hotel. The dining room has been removed
. c . ami in now soacious and airy.
lOtueuiai , i . ...
The chambers are all well ventilated, and the
Proprietor will endeavor to make his gaests per
fectly at borne. J ."
lluntingdon.June I7.1S63. Proprietor
P. K R A T Z
r..,- s 11.. finnda. Dress Goods Millinery
Goods. Groceries l'ard-wre.Queen..wre. Stone
ware Clothing. Boots. Shoes. Hats. Caps, r lonr
ware, uo t,.tlv receiving new
Bacon, risn-.---" . wi diepooo)
r-P"' iron. " - " Ruatomers Before
at me iowes m, i -.- . ,,.r.r
purchasing elsewhere, examine bis stocx.
Ulearneia, usu'," zJ
rv F.NTAL PARTNERSHIP.
n iitt t.q Asires to inform his DRtients
,4 the publio generally, that he ha "'',
.w ui' ; ,v. nraetice of Dentistry. s- P. nil A".
wi.u u.r Aa.,- f ,h. Philadelphia
Dental College, and there-ore ha. tbe highest
. r K!a PpAfAutnnll alttll.
""ff "r'.r-i 11 hold myself
personally responsible tor being done in th i most
Jatisfaetory manner and highest order of the pro
fession --..ts-a nf twenty-two years in
Ibis place enables me to speak to my patrons with
r. . disunee should be mde
by letter .few day. before tbe patient design,
miii. iClearfield, June 3, 1868-ly.
WAGON MAKERS and Blacksmiths
will find a large assortment of Hubs,
Spokes. Felloes Axles. Thimble Skeins. Bugy
Springs. Bar. Scallop and Rod Iron. Nail Hod,
Cast Steel, Horse and Male Sbnes. Horse Nails, 4-0. ,
at the large Hardware Store of ZEFGLERiV CO .
July 15, ISf.S Philipsburg, Pa
Tbimhle Skeins and Pipe Boxes sold cheaper
ban ny where in tbe country.
OMET H I N G NEW,
IN SHAW'S ROW.
FRANK A STOCGHTON,
Merchant Tailors, Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
Having opened their new establishment, in
Shaw's Row. one door east of tbe Post Office, and
having just returned from the eastern cities witb
a large and elegant assortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting,
Beavers, Ac, and all kinds of gtxids for
men and boys' wear, are now
prepared to makeup to order CLOTH ISO. from a
siLgle article to a full suit, in tbe latest styles
and most workmanlike manner Special atten
tion giveo 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 public patronage is solicited Call and
eiamine our goods M A. FRANK.
Oct 16, 1R67. K. K. Ij Sl-l.ijllii'-.
J J ARTS WICK &
Having refitted and removed to tbe room lately
occupied by Richard Mossop.on Market St.. now
offer low for cash, a well selected assortment ol
1) It rCS AND CHEMICALS.
Also. Patent Medicines of all kinds. Pa'nts. Oils,
Glass. Putty, Dye-stuffs. Statieuary. Tojaceo and
Sega.-s. Confectionary, Spices, and a larger stock
of varieties than ever before offered in this place,
and warranted to be of the best the market af-
Icrds Inspect their slock before purchasing
elsewhere, and they feel warranted in saying thai
ou will be pleased witb the quality and price of
Iheir goods Remember the place Mossop s oia
stand. on -arket St. Dej. 6. ISOj
LEARFIELD MARBLE WORKS.
ITALIAN AND VERMONT MARBLE
FINISHED IN THE HIGHEST
STYLE OF THE ART.
The subscribers beg leave to announce to tbe
citizens of Clearfield county, that tney nave
opened anextensire Marble ard.on tne coum
west corner of Market and Fourth streets, Clear
field, Pa . where tbey are prepared to make
fomb Stones, Monuments,
i .in, h. !. and Side Tombs,
Cradle Tojibs, Cemetery Posts, Mantles,
Shelves, Urackets, etc, etc.,
on very short notiee.
Thv alwava keeD on hand a large quantity of
work. Enished. except the lettering, so that per
rons can can ana geieci tor m,-uii
desired. . , .
They will also make to order any otner nyie oi
.ii .hat wnav h ilnsired : and they flatter them-
selves that they can compete with the manufac
turers ontside of tbe county, eitner in workman
ship or price, as tbcv only employ tne oegi oi
workmen. All inquiries by letter promptly an
swercd . JO H N u u hjy"-
May 22, lS67-tr tit-Am u t-n-n-
GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFIELD.
The undersigned respectfully informs his old
customers and the public, that be baa on nana.
(and constantly receiving new auuiuous,; '
stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
fmnirst a taro- vnrietv from the best Man-
ufantory.consistingof Eight-day and thirty-hour
spring and weignt, ana severs, iim,
IV A'l-f'TT Rft in unnrttnent.o fsilver Hunt
ing and open case American patent Levers, plain
and full jeweled
G'tLD rENS. an elegant assortment, ot tne
best quality. Also, in silver extension ana aes
SPECTACLES, a large assortmant, tar ana
near sight, colored and plain glass.
JEWELRY ot every variety, from a single
piece to a full set
A I?!, a nne assortment i .-ii.yimo. - v.
ter knives, etc.. plated on genuine Alabata.
All kinds nf Clocks. Watches and Jewelry care
fully repaired and Warranted
A continuance 01 patronage is nunci.cu.
Not. 2Sth, 1665. 11. F. NAUGLE
riLOTIIIXG! C L O 1 H l Mi ! l
ennn wn ottfP
Men. Youths and Boysean be'oplpied with full
lai,B of seasonable and tashionable clothing at
wi,ere ;t a sold at prices that will induce men
. The nniversai satisfaction which baf
been given, has luduced them to increase tneu
j'ovk. which is now not surpassed hy any esiso
lishment of tbe kind in this part of the Bute
Reizenstein Bro's k Co.,
.eU goods at a Tery small profit, for cash ;
Their goods are well made and fashionable.
They give every one the worth of bis 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
prices they can sell cheaper tl an other.
for these and other reasons persons should bnj
their clothing at
Produce of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. "? '" '"r-
JTEW S I'll 1 .1 U OA v li til
. -w n m -v yi T"" i
J. SUA W ic SO N.
Have just returned from the east and are now
opening an entire new stock of geods in the room
formerly occupied by Wm. F. Irwia. en Market
Street, wbich tbey now offer to the publie at the
lowest cash prices.
Their stock consists of a general assortment of
Dry Goods. Groceries. Queensware, Hardware,
Boots, Shoe.. Hats, Caps. BonneU, Dress Goods.
Fruit., Candie.. Fish, Salt, Broom., Nail., ete.,
in fact, everything usually kept in a retail atore
can be bad by calling at thi. (tore, er will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well .elected, and consist, ef lhe
newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latest
styles, and will be .old at lowest price, for oash,
or exchanged for approved country produce
Be sure and call aBd examine our stock before
making your purchase., a. we are determined
tleaee all who may favor . with their eostom.
May 8. 1867. J. SHAW A SON.
JJOOFLAND S GERMAN BITTERS,
HdOFLAXD'S GERMAN TONIC.
THE GREAT BEMEDIES
For all diseases of the Liver. Stomach, or diges
Iloofland's German Bitters
Is composed of the pure lulces for. as the are
medicinally termed, extracts) of Roots, lierbs.and
Barks, making a prep aration.hivh W mniwn.
traled, and entirely free from aleoholie ad
mixture of any kind.
HOOF LA ND 'S GERMAN TOXIC,
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit'
ters. with the purest quality of SantaCntM Rum,
Orai ge. Ac . making one of tbe roost pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered t the poblie
Those preferring a Medicine free from Alcohol
ic admixture, will use
IIOOFLAXD S GERMAN SITTERS.
Those wbo baveno objection to the combination
of the Bitters, a stated, will use
IIOO FLA ND'S -GERMAN TONIC.
They are both equally good, and contain tha
same medicinal virtues, tbe choice between the
two being a mere matter of taste, the Tonie being
tne most palatable.
The stomach, from a variety of causes, snch as
Indigestion. Dyspepsia. Nervous Debility, etc.. is
very apt to have its luuctions deranged. The
Liver, sympathizing as closely as itdoeswith
the Stomach, then be comes affected. lhe result
of which is that the patient suffers from several
or more of the following diseases:
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fnlness
of Blood to the Head. Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Difgust for Food, Fulness
or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the Pitof the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried or Difficult
Breathing, Flutteting at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture.
Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs before the Sight,
Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspira
tion. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in
the Side, Buck,'hest, Limbs, etc., Sudden flush
es of Heat, Burniug in the Flesh, Constant im
aginings of Evil, and great depression of Spirits.
The sufferer from .'hese diseases should exercise
the greatest caution in the selection of a remedy
for bis case, purchas;ng only that w hich he is as
sured from his inves ligations and inquiries
possees true merit.
is skilfully compound-
ed. is free from injurious ingredulenis. and baa
established for itself a reputation for the cure of
these diseases. In this oonnnection we would
submit those well-known remedies
IIooJiand'M German Bitters, and Hoojfand's
Herman Totiie. prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jaci-gou, Philadelphia-, Pa.
Twenty-two years since they were first intro
duced into this country from Germany, during
which time 'they have undoubtedly performed
more cures, aud benefitted sufiering humanity to
a greater extent, than any other remedies known
to tbe public.
These remedies will effectually core Liver Com
plaint. Jaundice, Dy pupsia.Chronic.or Ner
vous Debility, Chron ic Diarrhoea, Disease of
the Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a dis
ordered Liver, titoiuach, or Intestines.
Resulting from any cause whatever; prostration
of tbe system, induced by severe labor,
hardships, exposure, fevers, ete.
There is no medicine extant equal to these rem
edies in such cases. A tone and vigor ie imparted
to tbe wbole system, tbe appetite is streugtbed,
food is enjoyed, tbe stomach digests promptly the
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 the
weik 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.wil1 find in
tbe use of this BITTEKS. or the TONIC, an elixer
that will instil new 'ife into their veins, restore
in a measure the energy and ardor of more youth
ful days. build up their shrunken forms, and give
health and happiness to their remaining years.
II is a well established fact that fully one-balf
of tbe female portion of our population are rel-
dom in the enjoyment or good neaiin; or. to
use their own expres ij eion, "never feet well."
Tbey are languid, devoid of all energy. extreme
ly nervous, aud have no appetite. To this class
of persons tbe BlTTEKd, or the TONIC, is espe
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by tbe 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 tbe publication of but a few. Tbose.it will be
observed, are men of note and of sucb standing
that they must believed.
TES TIMONIA LS.
Hon. George If. Woodwrd, Chief Juitiet J
the Supreme Ctirt of PtiiH a, vtrttet :
Philadelphia. March 16, 1867.
'I find -Iloofland's German Bitters' ii a
good tonic, uteful in -A-diseases of tbe diges
tive nn'ani. and of crcat benefit in cases of de
bility, and want of nervous action in tbe system.
V . urit w Ui-i1iu Attn i.
lOUrS Ll U! , , iuv -- -
Hun Jamr Thompson, Judge of the Supreme
Court of PeunryfToHia:
Philadelphia, April 23. 1869.
"1 consider-Hoofland's German Diners' mvaJn
aide mrdieitie in case f attnrks ot Indigestion or
Dyspepsia. I can certify this from my experi
ence of it. Yours, witb repeet.
From Rev. Jateph H. Kennnrd. D. D., Pastor
of the t'enth Baptist Church, Phiiadephus.
Dr. Jariton Dear ir: I have been frequent
ly requested to connect my name with lecommen
dations ef different kinds of medicines, but re
eardiiie the practice as out of my appropriate
i-phere, I have in all cases declined ;. but
v. itb i clear proof in various instance, and
particularly in ray own lamiiy. oi tne aseiuine.
ot ir. xiooniina uermia union, a uwt. ivr
nnrm frnm mv uBual course, to express my full
conviction that, for general dehilitii of the ty item,
and eepeeiaJly for Liver Complaint, it s a safe
and valuable preparation, in aumt cases n may
fail, but usually. I doubt not. it will be very ben
eficial to those who suffer from the above causes.
Yours, very respecttully.
l . u. KLJUjii Aitis.oiD.Dei voaiessi.
Fiom Rev. E. D. Fendafl. Assistant Editor
Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia.
have derived deeided benefit from the nse of
Hoofiands German Bitten, and feel it my ptivil-
ege to recommend tbein as a most val uable ton te.
to all wno are .unenng irom general aniin;
from disease, arising from derangement ef the
: - . -v 1. vim 1.
liver, x tfuti ir u i t. -
Hoofland'. German Kemedies areeourferfeitee.
See that the .ign iture of C M J-CJ"J en
the wn-pper of each bottle All other, are
counterfeit Princi X pal OBeaand M.nnf.e
tory at the German Medicine stre.Jio. 631 A ECU
Street, Philadelphia- Pa.
CHARLES 3L EVANS. Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JAOKSOH Co.'
Hoofland'. German Bitter., 'er bottle,
Uoofland's German Bitter, half doxen,
Hooftnnd'. German Tonie put spin quart bettles.
$1 50 per bottle, or half doxen f r 17 60.
Do not forget to examine well the artiel
yon buy, in order to get the genuine.
For .ale by A. I. SHAW Agent IeaifieU Tm.
April 23, lStS-lj