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CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 7, 1868.
Tyron and Clearfield Railroad.
!rin teares Tyrone t : : : : : 9 2ft a m
arrives at Fhinpsnurg at : : u .zna. m.
i r.ia les Phi!iphurg a : : : 2.05 p m.
Arrive at Tyrone at : : : : 4.00 p. m
Kelioiocs. Divine services will be held
next sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows :
Bit Rev. ' ixdorff in the Lutheran church
in the morning and evening.
By Rev. Archer (Presbyterian), ia the
Court Hou.je, tuo ning and evening.
Bv Rev. Guyer in the 3IethoJist church,
io the morning.
By Rv. Hayes, in the Baptist Churchx
in the evening.
Rudolph Lrrz advertizes 1ms rersooal
property for sale on Monday, October 19th.
C. M. Cadwalader offers a valuable saw
mill property, in Decatur township, for sale.
Far pJrticulars see advertisement.
To Advehtisers. All adrertiseincnts
intended for insertion next week, must be
hantk-d ia by 12 o'clock M. on Monday.
Have roc children to educate? Send
'them lo the State Normal School at Edin
boro. The instruction i sound, systematic
Thi Fair ! J. B. Graham k Sons, are
tiding to their stock almost daily. Give
them a call during the Fair, as they are sel
ling goods at fair prices.
One term at a good school is of more
value than two terms at a poor school. For
good instruction go to the State Normal
Sohxtl. Address J. A. Cooper, Edinboro,
Ene county, Pa.
New Goods. Wm. Reed & Co., near
the Postoffiec have just received a full stock
of new and seasonable goods, which they are
offering to the public at low rates. For par
titular see advertisement.
Frs for All. We learn that an attrac
tive feature of the County Fair will be an
extensive Minstrel Troupe, which will per
form every day during the Fair. All these
who like a "side-splitting joke" should go
and hear for them.ielves. 1 1
Strayed from the subscriber living in
Clearfiuld, Pa., one red milch cow, with
white face, legs, and belly, and white spot
between the shoulders. Any person giving
information of her whereabouts or return
ing her to the subscriber will be suitably
reward! J.vr). II. FiLFoRD.
Don't be deceived into purchasing worth
less preparations until you have ceased to
need any by a proper use of the ouly genu
ine and effective one in the market. "Bar
rett's Vegetable Hair Restorative" will ac
tually perform all that is claimed for it, as
thousands who are benefitted by it can tes
tify. Kansa City Juurnal.
Letters. The following letters remain
at the Postoflk-e uncalled for : Ilei.ry Abra
hams, II. Auga-tine, David Allison L Ma
ris Bionui, Dr. Jesse Brown, D. P. BulWL.
I'his. Campbell. Dr. A. B. Everett 2, Miss
Jiattie Flegal, James I). Foster, Patriot
Finnell, Thomas Graham, John Guilford.
Rebecca Hess. Isaac Heller, Barbara Hoff
men. Miss Huff rd, A. B. Ingersoll. Hkh
arj J,.;d-.;,iii. Ltnuel La port e. Wui. II.
M,.rse2. Mrs. M. McGirk, Mrs. Eliza Pot
ter, Jale Ilojgers, Arnold Smith, Benj.
St.iL(r!er, A. G. Snyder, 3Jiss Eliza Wil
liams 2, E. A. -Wilson, E. M. Wiiggle, Miss
Auuutltvral. From all parts of the
fuunty we hear of great preparations being
taie to make the coming Fair one of the
m st attractive exhibitions ever held in the
county We are informed that a great num
br.jt entries have already been made on
the Secretary's book, and there is no doubt
t J, there wiil be a larger display of stock
a exhibition than ever before; and. if so,
thuot itsei! will make the Fair worthy of
Ku-a lance.- The time of holding the Fair,
injnje jiaioly after the election, is just when
Ue .;.!,, waiU a -.ue r,.creati00i jf ever,
-J ttiry cannot spcud a lew days more
i-aat y. or to any better advantage, than
'!cni iig aa agricultural exhibition.
;- :i.the Democracy of this county "put
Air biiitest licks" on a "grand demon
n. atter several weeks of prcpara
1 'n and "drumming up." Their proces
'-n onM.-ted of 72 wagons, carriages, bug
and suikie, o titainicg 510 persons,
rUl!y one half of who 11 were not vot
tr. .mi y, h.rse back. The figures
f ra is the numW by actual count. That
"is a iart-e and fair turnout of the Deui-v-r.
W(. a.Jmit . tj,e MfMt tney ever
But it was admitted by candid men of
5 f,;u"jfs. that it did cot in any respect
J.-te Jp 1 J nearly one half, to the Bepub-fT'JCt.-siijn
on Wednesdav afternoon.
' pu'iicau proceion was composed
1 1 W32n;, carriages, and buggies, with
' 'upants. (aW four fifths of whom
Jl?-' ' a"'J 1,2 Lornen- Thefig
tJ tiug ibe aetua count u,aJe L.y several
r-XTRARDINART PREMIUM OFFER.
' $1 .VJ.-Messrs. DiuShalay k
tlit euwrprising publishers of "Our
- ..-vlay Victor," Philadelphia, have
"mv a Iarpe' orifi'na!' fine,v eie-
of.T , P'aie e"fe'ravinfc'. rom the hand
UratedSartain. which is destined
, "I"euno f the most popular pictures
l n nasc,:st tnore than one thou
,!r 1 doUrs in ca,h. They offer this mag
engraving (which cannot be procu-
or' -n r':Se ,r less than 2 5):n(1 a coPv
t, "ur !5-ooolday Visitor," one of the old-
M v nd cheaP2st Youn Folks,
tbly Magazines published in this coun-
forVi . P.nce of which a,on is 25 a year.
'. . rc1lCtlon. Please send tun nts at
"r Hipleofthe njairai-in srwl nirn.
Sing complete description of this ele-
kDrVlng aD1 fal1 Hfit 0f Pren'iuIn, for
lere "V jarecl ance- Agents wanted every
Hrt :Vd1PM" Da8'"Jay & Re. ker, pub
4 Walnut, -tr,t, PhUadelybia, Pa.
"THE DEIFT OP THE TIDE."
This being the last paper before the Oc
tober election, we can scarcely spare room
for the "tide," lut.as we proposed to "fight
it out on this line, we append a few exam
pies, merely to let our readers see that
are still "drifting" on to more complete and
The Fond Ju Lnc (Wisconsin) Common
wealth, publishes the names of 260 Demo
cratic Soldiers, who announce their inten
Hon of voting for Grant and Colfax.
lion John 31. Krtiin, an eminent and in
fiucniial Democratic lawyer, of St. Louis, i
now actively working for Grant and Colfax,
Gen. B. F. Stringfullow, the original bol
der ruffian of Kansas and the compeer of
Atchison and others, who led the great pro
slavery raid upon that young Territory in
18C5, has come out for Grant and Colfax,
vi:..: - .i , .- ,
utnc viuS mai in uieir election alone can
the country have peace.
Post master Cleveland, of Hartford, Con
necticut, who went over to the Democracy-
two years ago, is among the latest accessions
to the cause of Grant and Peace.
The Sl Louis Democrat says that in one
of the counties of Southern Missouri, as it
learns f rotu the best authority, nearly every
former Democrat announces his purpose to
vote for Grant. hen asked why, they an
swer : Y e knoW what War means down
here, and have had enough of it. " Th
same feeling exists to a considerable extent
in the Southwest, aila in part of the State
where the horrors of war were fully experi
enced. Stay at home Conservatives are
bloody minded,but men who know what war
means want peace.
The Chicago Republican says: "The
Hon. Charles Clay, who was elected Demo
cratic Senator from Santa Clara County last
fall, has signified his adhesion to the Re
publican platform, and that he will vote and
U:-c his influence for the election of Grant
and Colfax. The cry is "brill thevcome."
The letter of Hon. James II. Walton, of
Philadelphia, to Hon. II. D. Maxwell, at
Easton, is but another manifestation of the
spirit that is moving thousands of the honest
old Democrats to cut loose from a party led
t-y torrest, Cobb, V allaniighaia, Seymour
Si Co. Hear what Mr. W. says:
t.fjL'l 1 t O . . . . t
rimaueipnia, oepi r ist, jsos. lour
lavor was received yesterday (20thJ. Now,
as to the political questions before thecouu
try : i ou know 1 have been a Democrat
all my life ; before the Democratic oiiumi
tion my choice tor President was Hon. Sal
mon P. Chase, and I would have been de
lighted h:-d the nomination fallen upon
Jitm. With all the scrutiny possible,! have
calefully scanned and canvassed the merit
and demerits of all the tandidates.and have
said to myself, who can best save us in ou
troubled, unsettled, and distracted coudi
tion? Shall we put our faith iu men who
allow such men as Brick Pomeroy, Vallan
dighaui, and others tcchoose our leaders for
us ? or shall we conclude those who defen
ded us in times of war, and caused victory
to come to our rescue, are best calculated to
preserve Us fn times of peace ? Other men
(besides Mr. Chase) were pressed for nomi
nation before the Democratic Convention
that I could have cheerfully sustained Gen
eral Hancock. Hendricks. Asa Packer, and
others, f ti whose names there were strength
and ability, and great integrity yet it was
not their fortune to be the favored one.
And having a right to choose for myself, I
will do so fearlessly, by voting (or aud giving
luy cUppoit to Grant and Colfax.''
The Clearfield Republican, of October
olst, 1s;s, contains the following notice in
reference to the ability displayed ly Judge
M'Enally upon the bench, which we com
mend to the citizens of this county :
"Judge M'Enally and his associates. Wil
he'in and Civile, ca.kd Court at 10 o'clock
on Monday morning, and at once proceeded
to business. Up to g' iog to press nothing
but Commonwealth casOs were being tried.
The sudden transfer of the new Judge from
the Bar to the Bench does not seem to dis
commode him in the least. lie manifests
Luet and executive ability in dispatching the
public business equal to any of his prede-ces-ors."
The Clinton End Cen're county papers
spoke with equal favor of Judge M'Enally.
after holding court in those counties. We
hope the citizens of Clearfield county will
bear these facts in mind, at the election on
the 13th instant.
Remember, if you desire to lessen
your taxes, ihc surest way to do sO is
is by electing Joseph B. M'Enally,
In Hartleton, on Thursday, Sept. 10th,
lts, bv Kev. D. Klo-, Mr. William
Reed, of Clear6eld. and Miss 31. E. Glov
es, ot Hartloton. Union caunty. Pa.
In Bradford township. 6n 3Ionday, Sep
teniher 2S, IS6H. .Mr. Henry D. Turner,
need 19 years. 6 nnnths and l!l days.
ATEDICAL NOTICE. All those know
ins themselves indebted to me for med
icine or medic-il attebdance. wi'l please call and
eetrle without delay otherwise the accounts will
be placed in the hands ot an officer for cotlec
ti-.n. J a. maxwell, M. D.
Curwecsviile. Sept 3o-3t
XOTIC E .
TO HORSEMEN AND FARMERS.
Dr. R. BOBB'S Great Horse Powder will cure
tbe worst Galls, Cuts and Open Sores on Horses
and Cattle, from one to six days.
Price 50 Cents per box.
SO CURE! SO PAY!
Sold by all Druggists.
All orders promptly attended to by mail
Office, M North Sixth St., (3rd Floor.) Pbiladel
J. J. RICHARDSON CO.,
12ft Market Street. Philadelphia, ere tha largest
Manufacturing Conieeiionersand VY holesale Deal
ers in Fruits. Nuts. Ae , in the United States.
March 4, l6s-ly.
WANTED a competent male Teachir
to teach the principal school in the
Boninrb of Curwensville. Pa . commencing on tbe
first Monday of November. ISriS. By Older of
the School Board. U. B. THOMPSON.
Sep. 23. Ib63-3t. Secretary.
rPEACIIERS WANTED. The Board of
School Directors of Penn towihip wish
to employ FIVK competent teachers for ibe com
trig term Applicants for Schools can meet the
Board of Directors at Pennrille.on Saturday, the
3rd day of October. ISrtS. at I o'olock. P. M
Sep. 33. JAS. B CLAKK, Secretary.
taffemcm's gottrnaf, hatfiefi, a., rfoBcr
NEW BOOT AND SHOE SHOP.
, ED W A R D MACK
ai.raei oireet nearly oppcite the reaideno of
... u winjpe, esq.,
ri-. Th I to the cititentof
v. n.,cu,.E rjiiur.H tbe building lately
occMpied by J !..Culi!e.I.,Uwofflee and that he
is detenniued not to be outdone either in quality
of work orprices Special attention given to the
rifTL , l ' wora. Jrencn Kip and
II i. oesi quality, alw;iyson band
June 24 64.
(M1A1KS CHAIRS 11 CHAIRS!!!
iiaving resumed the manufacture of chairs at his
shop located on the lot in the repr ot his residence
.... sireei. anu a short dift inee wept of the
uuuiry. in prepared to accoainiodMe his old
" ' na oiners who may faor bim with
call, with ewrv desrrir.ti.in ..I tt'ir,,).,., .k.:..
lie has a good assortment on hand to which he
directs the attention of purchasers. They are
lne Ter7 et material arell painted , and
Bnisbed in a workmanlike manner, and will be
.iiri.ioMii tne times Examine them
uc.t.ic purcnn-xiofr elsewhere.
Clearfield. Pa.. March 28. ISM
JJ O M INDUSTRY
BOOTS AND SHOES
Made to Order at the Lowest Rates.
ine undersigned would resoectfallv init tfc.
attention of tbe eitiaens of Clearfiel i and vicini- i
'7. io gve mm a call at bis shop on Market St.
nearly opposite Uartswick A Irwin's drug store.
- icaicu id maae or repair any tnug
Orders entrusted to him will be executed with
prompmess, screngta and neatness, and all work
warramea as represented.
i nave now on band a stock of ii r..nk
calfskins, snperb eaiter toDa. is., that f iill
nnisu up at ine lowest fiirures.
jane utn, itB. It A MEL CONNELLY
TfiW STORE AND SAW MILL.
AT BALD HILLS,
The nndersis-ned. havine opened a larre md
well selected stock of roods, at ilald Hill.. fl.r.
field county. re;pectl'ully solicit a share of public
I heir stock embraces Drv Goods. O
Hardware. Queensware.Tin-ware.Boots and Shnu
Hats and Caps, uendy made Clotbinr. and a van.
eral assortment of Notions, ete.
n. . - ' I
I Bey always keep on band the best quality of
iuui,.uu . ..icij ui r ecu .
All goods sold cheap for cash, or exchanged for
Cl'iicu cuunirj pnxincv.
Having also erected a Steam Saw Mill, they are
fireuarcu io saw an Binds or lumber to order
iruers solicited, and punctually filled.
ao. if. U. A A. IRWIN.
O! THIS WAY!!
NEW STORE IN MADERA!
Janes Forest i, So, would respectfully D-
form tbe public, that tbey have just opeted. in
Madera. Clearfield conntv. Pa . an aaiira n..
Sl'RIXG AND SUMMER GOODS,
which they are prepared to sell as cheap as Ike
""Ft"- jueir sioca consists of Alpacas. De-
rnnis ana .nusuos. or all varieties: Cas-
uercs, cinoiuinq r iati nais. luo numerous ta
mention ; Keadv made clothirr of tha bant nnal.
ty; Boots and Whiles of tbe very best makas: a
complete stock of Groceries. c f n short, everv-
lunti; us iiav aepi iu a couniry srore.
toojumrrs: Looi to your interests. Call and
xsmine our stocc and prises before purchasing
' ' Kuajucr anu araiu OI an tlDdl taaai.
n exenange tor gonds.
Keaiembertbe place; Madera,Clearfield county
Oct. 30, '67. JAMES FnKRBST SsON.
THE LADY'S FRIEND.
-a- Str.inn.lirl ln.l...o..i. UL :
the Ladv s Friend announces tha fnllawim
Novelets for 1A9 : -Between Two." by Elisabeth
rrescotc.au'nor or -How a Woman had her way."
h , -ine rrixe or two Men s Litn." nt Arnm
a M. Poaglas.authorot-'TheDebarrT Fortune;''
ucw novelet by LoaiseChandlerMoulten.au.
uur in -Tieoiott irom raie. e : and a new
vel by Mrs Henr Wood, the l istinuihed Kn-
Ibb Novelist, author of Kast l.vnne. '' Ae . Inn.
s Mrs. Wood is prevented writing it by ill health)
-wiiii numerous snorter stories by a brilliant
aiaxy ot u.ay writers
the Lady i-riend will eive a finel v exeentad
engraving a nanilsome oou bie-naze Bneti
col.ired Fashion Plate rtisravnl oh fet and a
areo a.-sortment ot wood cuts, il utraiinir the
las-uions iancy worK. Ao , in every number. It
will give a popular piece of musir worth th
coHt of the Mags.ame in every number. A copy
oi me L.arga mil Henatiful Premium :rteel K.D
raving ' f ho Song of Home at Hca"'. enaraved
exprrsisiy for our reailers will be sent (post paid)
o every lu.i jo) dttbcnbir. and to every per
onei.dingaclub. TheKngravingisagemof art
i'it sa'hscKiBEHS who send in their names for
Sou before the first of Nove.jber. will receive
he November and lecem her numbers of this year
n adJiiion. making fnurt en .-nnnths in all Anl
: new AUbycnbers for !69 eball receive the mair-
ificeut iteeember HoMday number, making thir
teen montns in ail.
Tkrms One copy (and the large premium en-
raving) ?i -0: four copies. il M; five copies
ana one gratis) JS Oil; H copies (and one gratis)
i ou ; one copy each of La ly it nend and Post.
d Premium Lngraving $4 uu The geiter-up
f a club will always receive a copy of ibe Pre
mium bngraving Members of a club wishing
(he engraving must remit One Dollar extra.
specimen eupiesent gratis Address DEACON
PfcTfcRSO.V 319 Walnut St.. Phll'a. sep.S3.
Desires to inform hit old friends and customer?
that, bavins; enlarged his shop aod increased his
facilities for manufacturing he is now prepared
to make to order such furniture as may be desir
ed, in good style and at cheap rates for each. He
mostly has on band at bis Fui riture Rooms,''
a varied assortment of furniture, among which is.
Bl'REAl'S AND SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Book -cases; Centre. Sofa. Parlor
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts Cottage, Jen
ny-Liind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KIND. WORK-STANDS. HAT
RACKS. WASH-STANDS. Ae.
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on band, and new glafcr
old frames, which will be pa zx. jn very
resouable terms, osi aort notice.
He also keeps on bac J. or furnishes to order. Hair
Corn-hosk. Hair and Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS. Or EVERY KIND,
Made to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, Iiou?e painting done to order.
The above, and many other articles are furnished
to eustome-s cheap for cash or exchanged for ap
proved country produee. Cherry. Maple. Poplar.
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for tbe busi- i
ne?s. taken in exchange for furniture.
Bemember the shop is on Mnraet street. Clear
field, and nearly opposite the -"id Jew .store."
December 4. 1M JOHN GTELICH
,1'SS' ST. DOIMNGO, nubball's, Hoofland'
I I. .Saarman T)rt a and Holattr' A rat n'a
Oxygenated Bitters, and pure liquors of all kinds
II AKTSX. ICK A IKWIN
SWAIM S PANACEA. Kennedy's Medical Dis
covery. Hembold's Huchu. bnke's Cod Liver
Oil, Jayce's and Ayer's Medicines. for sale by
.lan.lll. HAKTSWICK A IRWIN
and Linseed 'MI. Family Dyes
V Varnish and Paintsof a l kind ground
for sale by
UARTSWICK A IKWIN
SALT' SALT!! A prime article of ground al
um salt, put cp in patent larxs. forsaleebeap
t the stei f R- MOSSOt.
-tbe cheapest in tbe county, al
T"vRY GOODS the cheapest in tbe county, at
J May 29. '67. M0SSOP 3.
OUEENSWARE the cheapest in the ennnty,
T)BITNE5? a quantity on hand and for sale at I
X Jsay 77. itkaii Aja e.
LOOK AT THIS !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Musie
jor rioo, r iu.e ana Violin;
Blank Account and Pass Books, of every de-
cciipii'Mi, iiiniu envelopes, f rencn
pressed and plain; Pens and Pencils;
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and
liiaoa uegai raper; wnite and Parchment
Uriel; legi oap; Kecord cap; and
Bill cap, etc ,
Will be sold at Wholesale or Retail by
P. A. GAULIN,
At the Pot office, on Market Street,
May 5. 1363
SecoDd St., Clearfield, Pa.
BUYERS OF DRY GOODS, TRIM
- MINGS, NOTIONS.HOIStht. GLOVES,
FANCY GOODS. CARPETS, OIL
CLOTUS, WINDOW SHADES,
WALL PAP.hR, CARPET
UM3RELLAS, TARASOLS, &c &c.,
are invited to examine the
most complete stock ev
er brought to this
We Challenge Competition.
Will Find Rare Inducements.
NIVLTNG k SHOWERS.
April 8. 18o8.
GPaEAT EXCITEMENT !
The Cheapest nd Best Goods in
Clearfield county are sold by
GEORGE S. PERRY;
WHOLESALE A.1D RETAIL DEALER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE,
North-west cor Curtin St. and Public Square,
OSCEOLA MILLS. Clearfield co Pa.
We keep on hand Goods of every
grade and variety.
FOK THE LADIES
we have Dress Goods of every fabric,
FOK THE GENTLEMEN,
Ready made Clothing. Cloths. Cassimeres,
Satinetts. Tweeds, Jeans. Linens, io.
Also a full stock of Gents1 Famish
IN BOOTS AND SHOES
We Dfrr cohpbtitiom. as we boy for casa.
aod bay from the manufacturers in East
ern cities, and hence can sell cheap
r than other dealers.
hats and Caps of latest styles-vefy cheap.
UOTIONS. -All goods in this line you
can find with us cheap aud good.
HARDWARE, of every description, for ar-
' penters, builders and others., . -
G ROC E RIES.
SYRUPS, from the lowest grade to the best
that can be bought in the marketa.
I SUGARS of every kind.
TEASof the very best qualities
COFFEES that cannot ba beat.
Either in price or quality
CANNED FRUIT of all kinds.
DRIED FRUITS. Spices, $-., .
We have always on hand a large stock of
Queensware. Wood and Willow-ware.
WALL & WINDOW PAPERS,
FLOUR & FEED, BACON,
OILS, &c, &c.
Any goods you are in want of can be found
at our Store. All are Cordially invited
to rail and examine our stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as we feel
confident that we can sell you
better goods.and at lower
prices, than can be purchased elsewhere.
Particular attention paid to orders
from a distance, and to supply,
ing log camps.
COME ONE ! COME ALL ! !
No trouble to show Goods.
GEORGE S. TERRY,
O.caoLA, July 29,'6S tf.
M EYE R
KILeSBir.O, CESTBB COCKTT, Pa'.
Also aiceot lor all the latest Improved Water
Wheels ind Portable Saw Mills. Jan 8'63-lyp.
J1 RAN K LIN HOUSE,
MILLER FARM STATT0S,
(OH OIL CRIES BAIL BOAD,)
Venango County. Penn'a.
THE HOUSE AND FURNITURE NEW.
Jy 8, !. C. W. TWIST, Paormtaeoa
EVERYTHING in the Hardware line
r ,p, a.lltor sate'" FAIR PRICES, by
July IS, 1S68. Q. U. ZEIQLER CO.
( II. ZhlULhR & CO;, at their large
iiariiurarp morp.. in I'niiirwi;,,.... i
' . -.-u.fc, uuv
w vnan, no ior cash, ana eon Mtn mini I .u
i-uiy I J. l"WH
A FULL stock ot Platform, Counter. Be: ru
and Ralance Sralpa fnr salo at Mann.
laoiurers prices, bv U. II ZETUI.ER A-CO..
July la. ;fi8. Philipsbnrg. Pa.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
OCEEN of Kvur.tsn arv
ookkm or ENci.iin iaid
For doinff a famil V vuhinc in Ik k.. ..I
I cheapest manner Guaranteed equal to any in
tne world! Has all the strenirth of old roain min
with the mild and latberinz Qualities of nnuiiu
eastile Trv this splendid Noap. Sold by the
ALDKN CHEMICAL WORKS. 4H North Front
street. Kbiladelpfaia. Sep. . IHoi-ly
STAR LIGHTNING ROD !
The Best and the Cheapest !
Tbe Stab Galvanizkd Lichtm iho Rod is sune-
r,or io any in uso, ana win last lor fenerations
It is made from Magnetic Iron iths eanarr-
grooved, spiral-twisted and galvanised, and con
nected wim pure eopper couplings, rendering it
equal t a copper rod.tbe whole surmounted with
a Gold plated cluster point of pure copper, thus
forming a continuous rod from the pcii.t to the
ground tbe combination of metals fotming
galvauio battery in the rod.
It is w ARRANTEn al wavs to remain brirht and
clean, ana win never corrode or rust, tbus pre
senting a neat Ornamental annearan(a nn tha
building, worth more than iu costaa a matter of
ornament, to say nothing about itssure protection
to snow tbe popularity of tbe Galvanised Star
Rod. it is only necesaarv to sav that the oronri
etors have pulled off more than one hundred tons
of old rusty irons, within twelve months, from
colleges, academies, public buildings, barns, ete.
ana put up tne filar Hod in their place.
As the "tar" is better and sold at a less price
man any oiner rod. is more durable and more or
namental. persons should consult their own inter
ests and safety to life and property, before they
have a rod erected on their buildings.
All that is necessary to convince tbe public of
i no aurerioriry oi tne star Ligbtning Hod. is
thorough exanunat on into its construction and
The undersigned, beini; the Agents for Clear
Geld county, will put up rods for all who mar de
sire them, on short notice and reasonable terms
Call and examine tbem at theirsiore in Clearfield.
Jnne 10, 1868. MERRILL A BIGLER
f3.EXF.RAL ELECTION PROCLAM A-
TION Whereas, bv an Act of the
General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn a.
entitled -'An ac' to regulate tbe General Election
i'hin this Commonwealth," it is enioined on the
nerms oi tne several counties to cive public no
tice of such election-atue places where to be held.
and the officers to be elected : TnKRr.poRt, I. CY
KENUS HOWE. Hieh Sheriff of Clearfield co..
Itrrrby etrr public not if to the Electors of the
county ol Clearbelil. that a G EN ERA L ELECTION
will be held on the tsrrnml Titrtdau of Ortoher
next (oeingtne iiiinittMll day of tbe month)
at the several election districts iu said county, at
which time aud place the qualified voters will vote
For one person for Auditor General of tbe Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania.
For one person f r Surveyor General of tbe Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania.
For one person for Congress, to represent the
counties of Erie, Warren, Cameron. Jefferson,
Clearfield. Elk. Forest and Mckean.
For one person to represent the counties of Clear-
held Cameron, Clarion. Elk and forest in the
Senate of this Commonwealth.
For one person to represent the counties of Clear-
neld. Elk and forest in tbe House of Repre
sentatives ot this Commonwealth.
For one person for President Judge of the Judi
cial District composed ot tbe counties of
Clearfield Cen're and Clinton.
For one person for the office of Protbonotary of
For one person fo. the office of Register and Re
corder ot Clearfield couuty.
For one person for the office of Commissioner ef
For out person for tbeoffi-e of Auditorof Clearteld
For one person for the office of Surveyor of the
county of llearfie:d.
The electors of the county of Clearfield will
take notice that the said Generul election will be
held at the following places, vis :
At tbe I nion Hotel, in Ulen Hope for tseecana
At tbe house of Asepb Ellis for Uell tnwnsbip
At the house of the late James Bloom, Sen., for
At the house of Edward Albert for Bdggstown'p.
At the house of Jacob Pearce, for the township
At the public house of R. W. Moore fdr Brady
At loung sScbool House for Burnside township
At tbe school bouse nearSiiaou Rorabaugn'a for
tbe township of Cbest.
At the court bouse for tbe borough of Clearfield
At the house of Jacob Maurer for the township
At the house of I. Bloom, dee'd, for the Bor
ough of Curwensville.
At Centre school house for tbe town pot uecatnr
At the house of John Urecory. formerly occu
pied bv Thus. Robison, (Broadway) for the town
ship of Ferguson.
At Congress mil scnool nouse lor tbe townsbip
At the public school house for Goshen township
At the house of Jacob Uublcr for the township
At the school house in Janesville for tha town
ship of Guelich.
At the bouse ot J. n uson tor tne twn p of Huston
At the school bouse in Ansouville for the town
ship of Jordan. 3
At lirwgen a school nouse tor tne townsnip oi
At tbe Turkey Hill School house for the tow a
hip of Knox. . '
At tbe eourt bouse in tne llorougb ot liearnea
for Lawrence township.
At the public school bouse lor the borougn oi
At the bouse formerly occupied oy i nomas ny-
ler for the township of Morris.
At the public school house for the Borough of
At the pub ic House of Mi'o Hoyt. for the Bor
ough of Osceola.
At tbe bouse formerly oi nm. n. Anderson tor
the township of Pcun.
At the bouse of I. Bloom, dee'd, in the Borough
o Curwensville for Pike townsbip
At the house of D. E. brubaker for I n ion tow p
At the house of Thomas Henderson for the town
ship of Weodward.
AN ACT regblatlng the mode of voting at all
elections in tbe several counties of this Com
Sbctiom 1. Be it eiiaetrd by the Senate and
House of Representatives of tbe Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania in General A&semb'y met. and
it is bereby enactod by tbe authority ot toe same.
That tbe qunlitiei voters of tbe several election
districts of thu Commonwealth, at all general.
township, borough and special elections are here
by, hereafter authorised and required to vote. by
tickets, piintrd. or written, or partly printed and
pariiv written, severally classified as follows:
One ticket shall embrace the names of all judsres
c f courts voted for. and to he labelled outside
"judiciary i1 one ticket shall embruce the names
of the State officers voted for. and be labelled.
-State;" one ticket shall embrace the names of
all coutjty offioers voted for. including office of
Senator, member and members of assembly, tr
voted for. and members of Congress", if voted for
and be labelled -coumy ;" one ticket shall em
brace tbe nBines of all township officers voted
for. and be labelled '-township ; one ticket shall
embrace the names ot all borough officers voted
for, and be labelled "bo.-ough ;" and each class
shall be deposited in seperate ballet boxe.
NOTICE IS FURTHER HEREBY GIVEN, That
all persons, except Justices of the Peace, who
shall hold any office or appointment of trust, un
der the government of the Tnited States or of
this State, or of any incorporated district, wheth
er a commissioned officer or otherwn a subor
dinate officer or agent, who is or shall be era
p oved under the Legislative, Executive, or Judi
cial" Departments of this State or United States,
or any city or incorpoated district, and also that
every member of Congress and of the State Legis
lature, or of tbe common or select council of any
city, or commissioner of any incorporated dis
trict, are by law incapable of holding or exer
eising. at the same time, tbe office or apoiot
ment of Judge. Inspector, or Clerk of any elee
lion of this Commonwealth.
And the Return Judges of the respective dis
tricts aforesaid are requested to meet at the Court
House, in the Borough of Clearfield, on tha hint
Friday next after the said Second Tuesday of Oc
tober, "then and there to do those things required
ol them by law.
GIVENunder my hand and seal, at Clearfield,
this Tenth day of September in the year of our
Lord one thousand eighthundred and sixty-eight,
and of the Independence of the United States the
niB-ty-aeoend. CX9.hH US HOW Jt, Sheriff
yALLEY FORGE PLOW WORKS
John Hall & Co.,
Plows, Cultivators, Shovel-Plows, liar
rows and L nion Mowers,
No. 121 4 123 Liberty St., corner of Prtt it
N. B. Our eastinffp and rtoinkn tieiaa made in
mu luroaee are in everv war aunarier to thoae
made by other manufacturers.
(rb 1 2. 8 ly.
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.,
Sitrteitors to S. JONES a CO .)
Corner of Fourth and Wood Sts.,
Buy and sell all kinds of Government Securities.
Gold Silver, and Coupons.
Six per cent Interest allowed oft Deposits.
Money Loaned on Uovernmenf Secuntiea at
'owest market rates-.
Aeents for Union and Cen
Pamphlets sent on appli
tral Pacific Railroad.
eation. free of eharge
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE.
Lindsav, Stcrritt & Etiwer,
Importers and Dealers in
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c."
Our entire stock having been bought during the
latedecline in prices, we are enabled to offer great
er inducements than ofd troaseiawhoare carrying
over stocks at old prices. Country Merchants
.-bould not fail to visit us when in tha eity.
Lindsay, Sterritt k Ewer,
337 Liberty Street,
has runs depot,.
Aug. 26,'68 Jy PITTSBURGH. PA.
PORTABLE ' BAR0MET0R
Uaa the following good qualities :
1st. Accuracy, i ( :
rortaoiiity, I I 4tn. Durability.
It is undoubtedly the best Barometer now in
use, and can be relied upon for accuracy
and durability. Any person whose
interests depend upon ibeir
knowledge of the
should have one. as it will be of incal
culable interest to them in time.
Send for Circular giving Description.
DUNSEATII k IIASLETT,
JIVIIIRI AXD OPTICAS!,
at Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Jnly 8, 18633m.
pEINEMAN, MEYRAN k SEIDLE,
No. 41 Fifth st . 1 door from Wood at.,
Pittsburgh, Pa ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FINE JEWELRY, WATCHES. DIAMONDS,
Pure Silver-ware. Fr-nch Clocks, Piated
Ware of every description. Tea Setta,
Spoons, Forks, ore. Watch makers
Tools and Material. and agency
of tbe celebrated
We alsd keep tbe largest and most Varied assort
ment of the very best 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 onr 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 fortbe
trade or iudividuals may rely on getting
the utmost satisfaction. Work may be
sent in by express or otherwise.
REINEMAV. MEYKANiV SF.fDLE.
Wholesale and Retail Jewelers and Silversmith's.
ap29- 42 Filth St., Pittsburgh. '6S ly.
LOOK AT THIS!
Tbe whole population of Clearfield and vicinity
re hereby informed that the undersigned keeps
- FRESH BREAD,
TIES, CAKES, ROLLS,
and all kindi of
WEDDING AND CHRISTMAS
C -A. E S ,
at reasonable prices.
J. A. S T A D L E R .
September tt, lS(!3-m.
A mild and agreeable TONIC STIMULANT,
STOMACHIC and CARMINATIVE
Extracted entitely from HERBS and ROOTS.
Highly beneSoial in
and Loss o" Appetite;
and an excellent CORRECTIVE for persons suffer
ing from Disord an of tha Bowels, Flatulence, ate.
Depot,No. 413 Market st., Philadelphia.
J. K. TAYLOR & CO.,
September 9, 1HAH-Iy.
anaaaaal aaa i aaaawaaaaaaw
QRAPE VINES FOR SALE.A11 Ihr
lead ine hardy varieties of 8 rt quality
Coneord Cuttings. $1.00 per hundred,
yiders solicited aa soon as convenient and filled
id -otation. bv A M. HILLS.
Aug 21, 6j. Clearfield. Pa.
pURE BGCK LEAD, eetnat in quality to
v.,-V2Kl r wt1,e, ,e,,d: U.l. Taints and
garnishes of all kinds; Gold leaf in books, and
bronies for sale by A. I. SHAW..
Clearfield, October 2S. 1867.
Clothing. Dress Hoode,
Boots and Shoes, H ts Caps,.
a full stock just received at J. P. KRATZER'S.
SOMETHING NEW in CLEARFIELD;
('arriaire and e'n iShon.
Immediately ia rear ef ' Machine shop.
uuuaraignea WoaM r..tfr. II . .v.
c.t.,er of Clearteld .B4 the p.bliein general"
bat he is prepared to do .11 ai.rf. .( w '
aS'.'PL"'"!?- 1ta sleds. 4e..
short norrce and .. a -orkssawlik. wanner. Or
ders promptly attended to. V M KNfllHT
viearneld. ten. 7. IKM.t.
FRONT STREET, PniLIPSBCRQ. FA.
I will imneach any one wkn aan T . ;i . .-
direct and personal attention to all ear customers,
or fail tareause them to rejniee over a well fur
uisbed table, with clean rooms and aew beds,
wbere all may feel at home and the weary be at
rest. New stabling attached.
Phitipsbarg. Sep. JAS. H. SAtER.
ALLEGHENY IRON WORKS
BROWN, AKXETT & CO.,
Proprietors of these works, have added to tha
Machine Shop enlarged Machinery, of the best
description, for heavy work, a steam hammer in
tbe Blacksmith Shop, and in the Better Shap tools
necessary for the manufacturing of Steam Boil-
re in the best style.
They would respectfully notify Miller. Lum
bermen and Tannery n.en that they are rrepar-
ed to reeeive, and promptly execute, orders for
NGINES, BOILERS. CIRCULAR MILLS.
HINCLE MACHINES. AND BAKLO VT'S
ATE NT ROTARV MULEY-SAW HANG-
NGS. PLOWS, Sc., ftc.
They employ none bat tbe best workmen aad
purchase' tbe best material the market affords.
They feel assured that they will thus be able to
turn ont work a hich will givesatisfaetion to their
customers. Tbe Barlow Patent Rotary Catting
Muley Saw Hangings are considered the most
perfect Muley ever yet introduced. We will
guurantee them to cut twenty-five per cent, mors
lumber than any other Muley now in uaa
Onr Circular Mill may be seen at the Mill of
Ellis Irwin ir Son, at Lick Run, where informa
tion respecting them can be obtained.
H. W. Bll'lW.
L. W. ARNETT
Aug.5,'88-3m. TH'JS STRUT HERS.
U S T
THE NEW GOODS AT
A. K. WRIGHT & SONS,
Having just returned from the astern cities
we are now opening a full stocK of seasonable
goods, at our rooms on Second street, to which
tbey respectfully invite the attention of tha pub
lic generally. Our assortment is unsurpassed
in this section, and il being sold very low for
cash. The flock consists In part of
of the best quality, such as Prints. Delaines. Alpa
ess. Merinos. Ginghams ; Muslins, bleached and
nnbleachod ; Drillings Tickings, cotton and wool
Flannels. Cassimers. Ladies' Shawls. Coats. Nu
bias. Hoods. Hoop skirls. Balmorals. Ae.. Ae.. all
of wHch will he sold low for cash. Also, a fine
assortment of tbe best of
consisting of Drawers and Shirts, Hats and Caps,
Boots ana Shoes, Uandkcrchieftt cravats, ate.
Also. Raft Rope. Dog Rope. Raltina Angara
and Axes. Nails and Spikes. Tinware, Lamps and
Lamip wicks and chimneys, etc., etc
Also, Queensware. Olassware. Hardware.Oroee
ries. and spices of all kinds In short, a general
assortment of every thing usually kept in a retail
store, aft cheap' for cash, or approved country
Nov 28-jalO-nolS. WRIGHT A SONS.
ARB SOLD Bt
R I C II A II I) MOSSOP,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. kC.
MABkET STSEGf , CLIAKNELb, FA.
ft tht foHoxinnglt.it of goodnand projitthertf.y.
T0B THE LADIES.
Ckean "ays on hand a large stock of La
Carat, d'" goods uch asCoburg Cloth,
Alpacas, De Laines. Uinghams,
f nuts, Chintx, Kerchiefs, Nu
bies. Bonnets, (1 loves, eto.
Always on hand Black. Blue. Brown
and Grey Cloths. Fancy and Black duoU
Casimeres. Sattinets. Caasinets, 'Good
I weeds. Plain and Fancy eat
ings. Shirting, eto.. eto. ete.
Cheap Such aa Coats. Pants. Vests, TTnder
Cheap, ahirta. and other Flannel shirts.
Hoots, Shoes. Hats, laps, Neck-
ties. Gum Boots and Shoes. and
a variety of other artielea.
Such aa Unbleached and Bleached
heap Miniing. Colored Muslins. Line
and cotton tablecloths. Oil cloth,
L.inen and hemp fowls, car
pets, curtains, fringe, eto
If you wantNails "r spikes. Mannre Good
or other fork Saw-mill or other Good
aws, Smootn. Eg irons. Locks, Good
Hinges, etc. go to Mossop'a Good
where you n buy cheap. Good
IF YO0 WANT Good
Cheap. Knives and forks. Butcher Knivea.'Coea
Cheap' Shoe and Stove blacking. Manilla Good
Cheap and hemp ropes. Ink, Paper or Good
Cheap Pens. Powder. Shot or Lead, Good
Cheap to., buy them at Mossop'a. Good
Cneap IF YOU WANT iGood
Cheap, Shot Last or Pegs. Palm or Fancy Good
Cheap Soan. Starch. Wall Paoer or Win- Good
Cheap) dowShades. Lamps. Lamp tube!
Cheap or Wicks, eoal oil, ate , go to
Cheap Mossop'a cheap eaab store.
Cheapl jF ro(J WAST
Y'iZZaooi extr" '"lily Flour. WhiU or 7. "f.
ltp. hrawn ...r bam. .l,n.M '
. , . . Good
tucs, Lyuc, , imperial, iudd l'oad
Hyson or blaoa tea, buy them
tatossop a cheap for cash
IF YOU WANT
Tallow candles, fine or coarse L'Gooi
Syrup or molasses, cheese, dried Good
apples or peaches, water or so
do eraexers. eall at Mossop'a
where you ean buy cheap.
IP YOU WANT
C.'.7 Port wine for Medical or Sacramen
tal uses. Swet wine, old Mooon-
gahela or rye whisay, Cherry
and Cognae brandy, buy at
Moasop'a cheap eaah store.
IF YOU WANT
Raisens, Figs. Prunes or dried Car-
rants; filberts, cream, pecan ot
ground nuts, candies. Liquorioa
or Liquorice root, buy thaaa
at Mossop'a cheap mad good.
rv TftlT uriva
CaiTo Dy oth" article ebeap, Good
CMp aure to go io moasop, ror oe eiir;fro4j
Cheap ebeaper for eash than any other Good
Cheat. Parson n Clearfield eounty. iGoo,
Cheap November 37. 181. apJ7'5
Approved etuntr produee of everv kind toil 4
ike uut moriot price in ewehetif for gotit.