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Tyrone aad Clearfield Railroad.
..-leaves Tyrone at : - : : : M a n
" i-iTM t Phtlipsburg at : : 11 w a.m.
Itiia leaves L ' T
Arrives at Tyrone at :
: : 4 00 p.
'PiriciOUS. Uivine services win te neia
TV " "1, 1 11
,,, sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows:
B- Kev. NixJorn in tne LiUtneran cnurco
in the morning and evening.
BvT.ev. Archer irresDytenanj, 1a the
Court Home, mo ning and evening.
Bv Rev. Guyer in the Methodist church,
By Re- Hayes, in the Baptist Church,
ia the evening.
A 5ew assortment of Ladies' Underwear
just received at Wm. Reed k Co's.
Boons. AH persons having books be-
lunging to the M. E. Sunday School, will
confer a favor by returning the n George I
W Rheem, the Superintendent.
'oCoCRT.-We learn that all the causes
put down for trial at the Court commencing
on the second Monday ot November, nave
, .:...! v--- ,.. .;tt 1 I
oeen cuunuuou, -uu lUc.c u. uu uo
Bask Ball. We have leen requested
te state thai a match game of Base Ball be-
tL'n the Rough and Ready Club, of Penn-
.field, and the Chinchaclamoose Club, of
Clearfield, will come off at the Fair ground
. 1 - . 1 T V 1 r. . , , 1 1 I
a.iuispiaue.on rnuayaiieriioon,at,to ciocK.
Where is It? Several months since it
was announced thai the "town clock," to be
placed in the Court House tower, was com
pleted, and rt ady to be put up. But, as yet.
it is not there.
What has become of it ?
Hope it wasn't shipped "up salt-river," by
Destroyed by Kirk. No. 4 School
Hjje, iu Beecaria township, we are inform
ed, was b irnt down one night last week. It
was evidently the work of an incendiary,
as there was no fire in the building for so:ne
mouths past. The house was one of the
best in the township.
Bars Burned. We learn that the barn
of M. M. Foot, near Utahville, Beccaria
township, with all its contents corn, oats,
ly, straw, harness, etc. was destroyed by
fire one night last week. The barn was a
gwd one. Mr. Foot's loss will exceed two
thousand dollars. The fire was accidental.
The Public Reading. Prof. Shumaker,
f Philadelphia, gave a public reading in
tt, .1 ft i . ,
"ia yiatc, an Ajursusy evening last. lie
was attentively listened to by the large and
appreciating audience present. The Pro-
ic-n ia an tAccueiu elocutionist, ana his
style of delivery is pleasing and instructive,
well as entertaining.
Lold and Snow. On Sunday evening
la-t we experienced considerable of a change
in the atmosphere in this region, whieh was
fjllowe. by a light fall of snow. However,
more uiodeiate air again prevailed on
Monday munjing, and the anow soon disap-
ptir"i. But the season for wimer is here,
iid ail thuuid be prepared for its coming.
Dedicatort Notice. The Lecture
Room, in the new M. E. Church in this
Borondi, wili be dedicated to the worship
of Almighty God, on 8unday, November
15th. TLe Rev. Wm. Harden, of Baltimore
"7. will preach the dedicatory sermon at
11 o'cluck, A. M. Other prominent minis
ters will be present. The public generally
re invited. A. W. GuYER, Pstor,
A NcisAsce. During the past week or
l"o, bo)S have been engaged in throwing
hatjjfulia of corn against the windows ol
ridW,, jn pacing along the streets.
This practice is a nuisance, and should be
rt'jjiped. No decent and well-behaved l-oy
:ll be caught doing such a disgraceful trick,
h w only those of bad and vicious habits,
Dave norespt-ct for themse!ves,that
' '' -t s Right. During the past week,
- - '' -rough "'Dads" have been enraged in
and establishing the lines and cor
rs "i the streets within the corporate lini
ubaview or grading and macadami
1 she same. According to the survey just
we notice that many of the buildings
fE-n.iPU upon the streets, while others
' ' l,4, 'J- This evidently is owin? to the
13 uianner in which the lots were lo
j at the time of the erection of the
'i-r. B,lt- as njojjf ,j,ese buildings are
and will replaced with brick
dim a comparatively few years, it was
htnJ PrPer that a survey should be
"vJe( this time, so that when more per
C4rt iaiprovemenis are to be made, they
ny 1,(ted and erected on the proper
"' Coining adds so much to the appear-
-f a town as the regularity of the build
lnn it streets.- The Borough officers
i reoe,ve the thanks of the whole com
- -Ky for the interest they manifest in
- !vg ihs streets and houses in our bor
correctly located. And, we would
, u tbat' kereaftr, when buildings are
erected, the front line of the lots be
"aaied by the corporation authorities.
1 oo encroachments may be made upon
r Hreets in the future.
"W.EniD-.an assortment of Hoods just
'vt4at Wm. Reed A Co's.
T&afteman' onxnai. Qteaxfidb,
Jocvin's genuine kid gloves at Wm.
Reed A Co's.
President Judge. Below we give the
vote for President Judge of the 25ih Judi-
: cial district :
,ounties. M Enally. Mayer.
Centre, 3.3H0 3
teaineia, 1.01,4 2 954
Clinton, 1,847 2,892
Mayer's majority, 2,427.
vongress Official. The official vote
for Congress, in the 19th District, on Octo
ber 13th, is as follows:
Seofields majority, 2.548.
isew Advertisements. Miss Susan
Reed advertises a new Mock of Fall and
Winter Millinery goods. J. P. Kratzer pub-
lishea several important not! (lenra. S
ferry cautions the public against purchas-
ing a Dilir of hnrapu n .T M To.t . -1.
dissolution notice of Perry i Biggie. No
tlce m regard to the removal of persons in-
terred in the old graveyard at Curwensville,
w published. Lindsay, Sterritt & Euwer
call attention to the change in their adver't.
T, T -r-rro- , . ,
in the 1 ost-office at Clearfield, Pa., Nov. 1,
Brady, Mary A. Mrs.; Buk, Melchier;
Bu m Laugh, M. Mrs.. Brown, Wm. G. :
Bloom, Martha K. ; Crider, Hester Miss;
'le- J"' A. ; Cn ier. Hoy & Co. : Der-
ner, fcanih Miss; Dewit, J. (2); Evans,
Beiy. ; tarley, Francis; Fleming, John ;
Halliner. Maihew; Haynes, S. J. ; Inger-
soll, A. B. (2); Johnston, Miss; Kline, D.
U. ; Krise. Jacob: Krise. E. A M;-
Kctter, Martha M. ; keys, Elias; Layton.
Davis D. ; Luther, C. S. ; Miller, A. Miss;
Murphy, Pat (2); McCaffrey, llodger;
Norden, M. ; Oram, Z. (4) ; Peel, John;
Rose. E. R. ; Scott, Martin V. B. ; Tem
ple, John P. (2) ; Whitey. Samuel ; Wil
liams Menora Mrs.; Welsh. T. M. ; Win
die, George W. ; Van. inner, Robert,
Persons calling for any of the above will
please say they a-e advertised.
P. A. Gaclin, P. M.
On Monday, Oct. 26th, 1SG8. at her res
idence in Uirara town-liiii. .Mrs. .ahah
Ann Jury, wife of Adam Jury, dee'd,aged
oi j cars.
All mmt die ; and surely no one ever died
more lamented lhau our departed luoider.
t -i. . . . , .
..jau vrrc me tears cnii.-ecrait a to iier
memory, but then we had the consolation to
know that the eternal day of heaven dawn
eu upon one angel more iliat wuiie we
wept for her, her freed spirit walked the
golden streets of that beautiiul city, and
there, before tLe ieat white tin one, with
an innumerable host, was Mtigiiii' song r.i
praise to G'ld aad the Lamb forever. And
may we all strive to meet her again. in those
realms of bliss. beyond the t-ky. J. 11 C.
Official Vote for Auditor General and Sur-
rejor Geaeral of Per-.nsjlvaiiia 1363.
Al'l) tifc.M. Si'KV. GEN.
Adams, 8.12 3174 2834 3173
Ai.ejiboiiy, 2&S,so 14923 2-'iH44 14v4
AruiMrong, 3U.S7 3459 3l7 34oO
Beaver, 3540 2075 3.r.4l 2071
Bedtoid, 2H25 3GI9 2o3t3 3t)U'j
Beiks, 7413 13y2l 735 13yoS
Biair, 3S41 31 S3 3S37 31 1,4
Bradford, 7612 3Sfi3 76US 3.6a
Bucks, 6ysl 7838 C979 7838
Butler, 3723 3292 3722 3i3
Cambria. . 2849 3fiH7 2.64 355-s
Cameron, 537 441 537 441
Carbon, ' 2129 2772 2124 2773
Centre, 338 37C5 339 3764
Chester, 8850 658 8863 6bt5
Clarion, 1908 2956 1908 2955
Clearfield, 1895 St 137 1892 3U4U
Clinton, 1992 2765 1991 2769
Columbia, 2077 4058 2003 4129
Crawford, 7026 5390 7023 5392
Cumberland 38U1 4433 3785 4448
Dauphin, 6190 4535 6178 4554
Delaware, 4016 2764 4009 2769
Elk, 5.8 1054 507 1055
Erie, 7702 4531 7699 4532
Fayette, 3745 4773 3789 4723
Franklin, 4321 4278 4319 4277
Fulton, 72 1113 782 11 13
Forest, 352 34S 352 348
Greene, 1722 3374 1720 3372
Huntingdon 3473 2498 3475 2496
Indiana, 4s42 23111 442 2295
Jefferson, 2ti76 2094 2075 2095
Juniata, 1467 1863 1462 167
Lancaster, 15313 8570 15304 8572
Lawrence, 3091 1716 3692 1715
Lebanou, 4267 2858 4262 254
Ijt-hieh, 4733 6305 4732 63w7
Luzerne, 9992 13420 9990 13459
Lycoming, 4oSO 5031 4671 50o7
.McKean, 983 809 982 10
.Mercer, 4793 4177 4793 4169
Mifflin. 1?58 -128 1854 131
.Monroe, 735 279 733 2791
Montgomery 7443 8905 7909 936
Montour, 1194 J6w3..1192 163
Northaiii'n, 4452 77; 1 4446 7700
Northum'd, 3694 4146 ' 3;io 4161
Perry. 2570 2526 2570 2526
Philadel'a, 60638 60808 C0G00 6058
Pike, 338 1269 337 1271
Potter, 1604 1605 811
Schuylkill, 8192 958 814 9532
Somerset, 3195 129 - 3189 1830
Snyder, 186 1343 162 1342
Sullivan, 461 846 462 846
Suquehan'a 462 3377 461 3378
Tioga, 5410 2051 5411 2050
Union, 2054 1340 2'48 1346
Venango, 4431 3761 4430 3755
Warren, 2990 18S2 290 J90
Waohiugt'n, 4946 4948 4936 4945 i
Wavne, 269S 3397 2698 3398
Wextmorl'd, 5335 6569 5330 6578
Wyoming, 1549 1765 1552 1767
York, 6053 9-106 6048 9005
331,416 321,739 31.134 321. 955
321.739 321 955
S WHIM'S PAS4.CFA. Kennedy's Medifal Dis
covery. Hembold's Ruchu. RHke's Cod Liver
Oil. Jsyne's and Ayer's Meieines.tor sale by
Jaa 1. HAttTbW ICk A IBWiw.
ri t . .- '
it a 1 . a" n 1
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MILS.SBCRO. CR.1TBB COOKTT, PUPa'A.
Also agent lor all the latest Imr
X" l, . 1 . 1 i . . ..... '
WhlaaaJ PorUb.eSa. mu.rSZu7.
T A XT T - V .
A il J L N H il IT S
MILLER FARM STATTOJf,
(OH OIL CRREK RAIL BOA D,)
enango County. Penn'a.
THE HOUSE AND FURNITURE SEW
J 3 8.'y 1 C W. TWIST, Pum-hihtoh.
LOOK AT THIS !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
n.'kl.. ..J K. 11 n , ...
.'iii-uciiwueuHs rooicg; neet Musio
mr riano, rime and Violin ;
Blank Account and Push Rook, of every de
eoription; Paper and Envelope-. French
pressed and plain; Pent and Pencils ;
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment. Exemption and
Blank Legal Paper: White and Parchment
tsnet; Legal cap: Hecord cap; and
Rill cap, eto .
Will he sold at Wholesale er Retail by
P. A. GAULIN,
At the Pot' offie. on Market Street,
May 5, 188
Fall and Winter Goods
WM. REED k CO.,
Near Post Office, Market Street,
Having just opened a Urge and complete stock
from ie York and Philadelphia, we can offer
extra in Jucements to CASH BCYEltS.
We have a splendid selection of
DI1ESS GOODS, SILKS,
SHAWLS. CL0A KINGS,
FLANNKLS ULANKETS, BALMORALS,
HOOP SKIRTS. CORSETS,
TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS.
ZEPIIVK AND WORaTLD YARN.
And the most complete ass rtmeat ol Ladies and
GENTS FCRXISHINU WOODS,
GLOVES OF ALL KINDS.
ALEXANDRES KID AND
HARRIS' CELEBRATED SEAM
LESS KID GLOVES,
the best ever made.
Ncckti. s. Butierflirs. Collars. Cuff. Handker
chiefs. Embroideries, Luces. Kdgings.alAi
a large assor'mentof Furs.wilh
GAYS' PATENT MUFF,
the best thing extant
lok-ether wi'h a full line of stai.'e mods, a'l i.f
wbi h we offer at the very lowest cash prices.
CALL AND SEE US.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
RVMEXKFK THE PLAC1 .HFK! TSTRi ST
NEAR TliE PisTOKFICE.
' learfieM. Oct 7. S6S.
The Chi-ancpt nn-1 E-st Goo. in
Clearfiflii county are sold by
GEORGE S. PETIRY,
WUOLRSALR SKD RCTA1I. DSJALKR l
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC M KRCH ANblSE.
North-west cor Curtin St st.d Pub'ie ?Qiare.
OSCEOLA MILLS. Clearfield so.. Pa.
We keep on hand Goods of every
grade and variety.
FOR THE LADIES
wa have Dress Goods of every fabrie,
. FOK THE GENTLEMEN,
Ready made Clothing. Cloths, Caseimeres.
Sattnetts. Tweeds, Jeans. Linens. Ae
Alto a fall stock of Gents' Furnish
IN BOOTS AND SHOES
We dew competition, as we buy for case.
and buy from the manufacturers in East
ern cities, and hence can sell cheap
BR than other dealers,
lists and Caps of latest styles very cheap.
NOTIONS All goods in thi line you
can find with us cheap aud good
HARDWARE, of every description, for car
penters, builders and others.
SYRL'PS, from tbe lowest grade to the best
that can be bought in the markets.
SUGARS of every kind
TEASof the very best qualities
COFFEES that cannot be beat.
Eitber in price or quality
CANNED FRUIT of all kinds.
DRIED FKUIT3. Spices, 4-e , 4-e
We have always on hand a large stock of
Queensware. Wood and Willow ware
WALL k WIN 1 OW PAPERS,
FLOUR k FEED, BACON,
OILS, &c, &c.
Any goods you are in want of ean be found
at our tore All are eordiallv invited
to rail and examine our s'ock before
purchasing elsewhere, as we feel
confident that we ean sell you
better goods. and at lower
prices, than can be purchased elsewhere.
Pellicular at'enlion paid to orders
from a distance, and tn supply
ing log camps.
COME ONE ! COME ALL ! !
No trouble to show Goods.
GEORGE S. PERRY,
Osceola, July ,'8-M.
SJ. HAYES, Surgeon Dentist; Office
I I t k ... k- ik. - . - : -
-.bi.:.nd IT, "..nd." 3?'!!: I
I . Z. 1 '
price nr cash or n,nr.,..j
prince II-alsoj.Ke. all kind.ofh..T boo.s.
All work warranted, and nerfeot iati.f-,,.
en. npnwit, brmcktr't Hoi,l r 7
Juy V s8S-It 1
IJLEARFIELD NURSERY. Encocu
W ACE IlOMK IxbUSTRT Th 1
. , .... . " HC UI1UCI I f 1 1 -
""'S esiaonsnea a Aarsery.on the Pike
ui. way oeiween l-arwensville and Clearfield
ttoronehs. is prepared to furnish all v;A.ts...i
trees. (Standard and dwarf.) Evergreen . Sbruh
j.uraue . mes, uoosenerry, Lawtrn Black
Sibrian Crab trees Quince and early SearletRhea-
u.ro c wraers promnti-v attendrH laa.
Aag 31.1H64 J.D. WRIQHT, Curwensville.
vui ij.tw me, x m.
EXPRESS AND STAGE OFFIC1.
This well known Hotel, havirir h..n ,. .. j
and re-furnihed rhrouebout. is now .n.. ,k.
.w..utuj-i.i urn 01 inroivri ana the pablie in
Kenerai. vnarges moderate.
Aagust 14, lSo7-tf.
E W ?
Hartsock A; Goodwin,
One door East of Kenj imin Bloom's Ilotel,
C'CK wsvstii.l. Pa
Havinjrjusi received a full and wall select.A
"ssnrrinent nt nry liomi. Urasi tioods. Clothing,
Notions Hsts Cspf. Roots. Hioes. ilreo-. H.rH.'
ware. ljiieunntre. rinware. Cedar and Willow-
ware. Unt'im. Orocenes Flour. Fih. Sail. i
ta whioh they ssk the attention uf the publio.
Our a r'nietit is complete in ererv denartmenr
and our prices are moderate, as will be found nnon
rflu m.i mil puaninrB
ouds will be solil aheap forcssb orezchanged
lor onuniry prnauce i ."h t e. l H AKTSOUK.
Feb. 12. ISB8. ED GOODWIN.
JOHN IKVI N,
lias lust received and opened at the eld stand
in Curwensville. an ntire new stock of Fall and
Winter Ooodf which he will sell very cheap far
iah. 11 is siucK consists OI
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Queenware, Boots and
Shoes. Hats, Caps, Beady
made Clothing, etc.
The public eenera'lT is resrecfullv invited tr.
i2ive niui a can : e n s'iek sod near bir prices
and purchase from him if you Bn.l it will he t
year advasrajre. Sor. i. 18BS
IIIPPLE Se PATJBT
.'OHSIS.'e An D0BI3TIC DST-rJOOBI. C
Am sraaarr. ciiawasviLAa, ri ,
Having just returned from the east with a gen
eral assortment ot goods, to ahit-h they desire tc
invite the attention of their old eastomers aad
friends. Their stock consists of
Dry-Uoods. Groceries. Hardware. Qaeeneware,
linware. rioets. Mines lists aad 1 aps.
Clothing. Notions, ere . in great variety, which
'hey now offer at prices for eaeh te suit th
They also deal in Grain. Pork. Shingles Boards
ind other lumber, which will be received at the
t ighest market prices ia exchange for goods.
Persons desirnne of purchasing gueds at fair
rs'es are respectfully requested te give us a call
Remember you can lad us at the eld staad in
Main Street where we are prepared to aocoaie
late eusuasars with aaythiag in ear liae ot
ept. . M5 HIPPLK A FAl'ST. .
The First Session of tbe next Scholastic
year of this Institution, will commence on Mud
day. tbe 7th dsy of .September. IHfiS
Pupils ean enter at any time Tbey will be
charged with tuitiou from the time they enter to
the close of the session
Tbe course of instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical and accum
ptisbed education of both sexes.
Tbe Principal having had the advantage of
much experience iu bis profession, assures pa
rents and guardians that his entire anility and
energies will be devoted to the mental and moral
training of tbe youth placed under his charge.
Teres or Tditioh :
Orthography. Reading. Writing and Primary
AritUniilie. per session (11 weeks.) Si 0(1
Oraniuiar, tleugrephy. Arithmetic and Histo
lgebra.',ometry. Trigonometry, Mensuration,
urveying. Philosophy, rhysfnlogy. Chemistry
Rook-keeping, Botnny, and Physical Geogra
Latin, Greek and French, with any of the a
bove branches S12 00
f7No deduction will be made for absence
For further particulars inquire of
Rev P. L. HARRISON, a at.
July 31. 1887. Principal.
ALLEGHENY IRON WORKS
WAUKEX, PENN' A.
BROWN, ARNETT & CO.,
Proprietors ol these works, have added to the
Machine Shop enlarged Machinery, of the best
description, for heavy work, a steam hammer in
the Blacksmith Shop. nd in the lioiler Shop tools
necessary tor the manufacturing of Steam Boil
ers in the best style.
They would respectfully notify Millers. Luna;
berinen aud Tannery n.en that they are repar
ed to leceive, and promptly execute, orders for
ENGINES. BOILEKS CIKCCLAR MILLS.
SIiINGLK MACHINES AND BAKLOW'S
PA I EN I hOTARV Ml'LEY SAW HANG
1NGS. PLOWS, fcc fco.
They employ none tutthl!t wurkmen and
purch-tse tbe best material the market affords.
They feel as'uied tht ihry will thus be able to
turn out work bi b will civesaii.faetion to th ir
cu-tomer The Barlow Patent Rotary Cutting
Muley Paw Hangings are con-idered the most
perfect Muley ever yet introduced We will
guarantee them to cut twenty five per cent, more
lumber than any olher Muley now in use
Our Circular Mill nriy be seen at the Mill of
Ellis Irwin 4-Son. at Lick Run, where informa
tion respecting them can be ohtsined.
H W. BR'iWX.
L. W ARNKTT
Aug 3 .a TiK'S Tm;il E R S.
17 ABM KB? will find a lull and complete
A MiM-k ! Grass. Grain and Brier Seville,
Sii-xles Hay and Grain Rases. Porns. Scythe
tones CrumcricK. Hay-rope ire., nt tbe Hard
ware Store of i. H. Zfcl iLKR A 0..
July 15. laea. Pbilipsburg, Pa.
one, for sale
and Pipe-boxes t. r Wag
MERRELL i RIOI.ER
ITT ANTED lO.roO pounds of WOOL, at tbe
If n-RTsroia 5-ToRE. - v lesrfeitl Fa.
'1DOFR CUTTERS of asup rioi msk- for
ssle at reason Me pries at MEKkl II and
BlttLEK'S, CJearteJ.Pa. ov. 14
fi- JSCOLE would inform hi M x,w.J i ,c" .C..V .
fc..tsi? . Public jrenerally, that M.nufacturinit Conleeiioner.and Whole.aielil.1-
vftoi! r A'""" I n,"uf"'"- BOOTS AND in Fruiie. NotAe, in the United Bt.t...
MI-E of the ery best trench Cali and Kip. at March 4. 18o-ly.
tne lowt incei ftr cash or n,nr.,..j
?a., gLoxemfat 4, 1868.
S4 1 TiT.- Vri aTin w-. n . . -w-
It . HALiK. All tr.e
ardv varioi.ipn nf first nnulit-v
r ..a - . . ... . "-
'k tiotuv farifiiuH ni nnsi nuaiiLT
v. i.uu per nanarra.
Uidere solicited aitoonaa conTentrot and tiled
in -otauon, ay a, M.HILL8
HE OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
SOMETHING NEW IS CLEARFIELD
O j -JJJ.nl""1"-
. " aee ano agon nop,
' I tmroe.liBlely in rear of Machine shop.
The nndereiirr.ed woald respectfully inform the
Eiiiiensoi i.ierneid. anil the pablie in general.
nt be is pr-p .red to do all kinds of work .n
carnages butties, w.jtuns. sleighs sleds. Ae . en
'"" nonce a J in a workmanlike manner. Or
uers proinut v aten laif tn WM M wrnUT
virarneiq. rep. 7. IHIM.y.
FRONT STREET, PHILIPSBURG. PA.
I will imtteaeh im on. .hn T r.ii 1.
. Hr"nai aneriiiun to al I oar customers.
or 1.11 wrause tnem to rejoice overs well fr-
iarie. with elean na.i ki.
where all may feel at home and tha wear km
Philipsburg. Sep. 2,'68. JAS. H. GALIR.
J(EW BOOT AND SHOE SHOP.
- Market Street, nearly opposite Ike fttlllnee f
II. B .-woods Esa..
Would resnectfullv mrnB... ia ... I
viesrueia ana vicinity, that ke ha oseatd a
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP, in tbe h.ileM.. i,.i.
n : i i i , . " . vl I
occupied by J L Cuttle.ar a law omce and thai he i
ii determined not to be oatdoae either ta aualitv
of work orprices Stecial atteation i tk'.
OI sewea werE. i reaob Kip and
,." "'"i " best quality, always oa hand
uiu a cnu. IJu.r VA 'HA
CHAIRS !! CHAIRS 111
naving resumed tbemanufaetaraufekalr. i .
shop located on tbe lot ia tkeresr el hisresidence
ou .nanet street, ana a short dist iaee west of the
ruunarj. is prepared le aeeomojodate kls old
irienus. and all others who may faver him with a
can. wnn every description of Wiadser chairs.
iienasacood aortment en head ta hl-K K .
directs the attention ef pnrebasers. They are
inaue oi tne very best material well painted and
n Dinned in a workmanlike manner, aail win V
soia at prices to sn it the times Eiamlae tbam
oeiore purcnastng elsewhere.
t.learDeld. Pa.. Mareb IS. ISflt.
BOOTS AND SHOE
Made to Order at the Lowest Kates.
The undersigned would reseeetftillv Invite tha
attention ot tne cittsens or t;ieruel J and vicini
ty, to give him a call at bts shoe ea Market St.
nearly opposite iisrtswiok 4 Irwin s drac store
1. , . "...
wucre uu is prepareo. so maae er repair aajthl ug
in uii una.
Orders entrusted to him will be executed with
promptness, strength and neatness, and all work
warranted as represented
I nave now on hand a stack ef extra freer.
rait skins, superb gaiter tops, Ae., that I will
nniso up at the lowest figures.
Joneiatn. ISRB. DAIEL CiiNbIILT
A VALUABLE MILL
PROPERTY FOR SALE,
Situate in Decaturtownship Clearfield county.Ps
The subscriber, desirous of qui ttinr the business.
offers for sale a good FLO (J it I N(i M I LL with twu
run of burs the .Mill is stroac and in cood
order, wi'h from twenty to thirty acres of land
and a comfortable frame dwelling bouse attached.
There is a considerable lot of Hemlock and White
Fine timber on the land The property lying two
miles West of l'bilirbun Centre couniv. and
within a few rods of the turnpike read. The
Tyrone and Clearfield Riilruad runs through tha
Ian J. within a few r ds of the Mill. This is a de
sirable location for Wooleu Factory, and one is
much needed in this section of country. For fur
ther particulars inquire of the subscriber, on tbe
property. or address him by letter at Pbilipsburg
Centre county. Pa.
Oct. 7,'6a-3iu. CDA-. M. CAUWALADIR.
yTEV STORE AND SAW MILL,
AT BALD HILLS,
The undersigned, havinz opened a larae and
well selected stock of a-.Htd. ai Bald HIIU. Clear
field county, re.-pectfuily solteit share of publie
Their stock embraces Drv Goods. Groearlaa.
Hxr'lwnre Qurensware. Tin-ware, Rootsaad Shoes,
Hats and Caps, ye ady made Clothing, and a gea
eral assortment of Notions, ete.
They always keep on band the best qaality ef
Flour, and a variety of Feed.
All goods sold cheap foreash.er exehaaged for
approved country protuee.
Having also erected a Steam Saw Mill, tkey are
predated to saw all kinds of lumber le erder.
Orders solicited, sod punctually tiled.
Nov. 2, 1897. F. ' A. IKWId.
JjIFE INSURANCE AT H0MIC.
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
21 Chestnut Street, Phii.a.
tnsurea Lives on favorable terms, and will issue
folicieron any of the approved plana of insure nee
Assets liable to losses $1,221,289 71.
Surplus divided Annually. Losses paid prompt
ly Premiums may be paid in cash; annually
semi-annual!) or quarterly; r one-half in cash,
and one-calf in note by a supplement to the
charter notes hereafter received will participate
in all Dividends or Surplus SeripeertiBcater up
to January IHoJ, inclusive, are now receivable is
payment of premiums
Agency, at the office of II B. Swoops. Clear
field. Pa Dr J. O. Hartswiek. Medical Ezamt
ner ; August 14. 1W4.
H BRIDGE, MERCHANT TAILOR,
Market Street, Clearfield, Pav
One door Eastef tha Clearfield Boose,
Keeps on haid a fall assortment of Genta' Far
niching goods, sucbas Shirts. (linen and woolen,
Undershirts Drawers and Socks ;Neck-ties. Pock
et Handkerchiefs, Gloves. Umbrellas. Hats, ete ,
in great variety. Of pieee goedi he keeps the
Best Cloths, (of all shades) Blaek
Doe-Skin Cassimeres of the be?t make.
Fancy Cassimeres, in great variety.
Also. French Coatings; Beaver. Pilot. Chinchilla.
an I Tricott Over-coating, all of wb'ek will be
S'il.1 cheap fir cash and made up according lo
the latest styles, hv experienced workmen Alo
aent for Clearfield oounty. for I. M.Singr A
C s Sewing Machines. November 1 lt'
Clearfield county, Penn'a.
Tbe undersigned having erected, during the
past summer, a large and eomroodioas stera room,
is now engaged in oiling it ap with a lit and
select assnrtmentof Fall and Winter goods, which
he offers to the publie M prices to suit the times
Hif st-ek or Mens' and hoys alefhing is urasl
ly extensive, and is offered te eastomers at from
SIA tn$?n for a whole aait. Flour. Salt. and Gro
ceries, of every kit d. a remple'e assartesent;
Stoves and Stove-pipe, a heavy stock; Boots and
Shoes. Hats and Caps m ureal virltty ; Ladies'
dress goods, furs, aud other fr.eey good together
with an end'ess as-ortment ef notions toe tlios
to enuaierate. always on band and sor sale very
cheap. Prints at I renrs a vsrd and other goods
in proportion Now is the lime te bay
Country produe- of every klrd. at the hi eh est
market prices, will be taken la rich an re for
goods; and even Greenbacks wiV nee be vused
rr any article in store Examine my stock be
fore you buv elewhere
October 30.1 W H. SW.?.
BOOTS AND SHOES are sellina- at half
tbe nana price at J. P KRATZER'S.
I LOT RING CLOTH IN G CLOT H I NG.
Too can get a full suit of e'o'bes. t'oat. Pants
and Vest for six dollars, at J. P. KRATZSR S.
I wOMJSTH t NG NEW.
I in dRAW a- onur
FRANK A STOUOHTON,
Merchant lailora, Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
Having opened their new establishment, in
Shaw'i Row. one door east of the Post Office, and
having-just returned from the eastern eitiaa with
a targe aud elegant assortment of
Cloths, Casimetes, Testings, -Beavers,
&c, and all kinda of goods for
men and boys' wenr, are now-
prepared to make np to oriler CLOTH INi, from
article 10 a tall salt, la the latent styles
most workmanlike manner peeial attea-
Ktven to enitnn vnib nmA Mfiin t ....
men ana ooys r. OD-er gr. hargaias to easte
rners, and warrant entire satisfaettoa. A liberal
hare of public patronage isaolioiied Call aad
etamine our goods M A rKAK
Oct 1, IH67. K. R. L STOLGHTOK
QIGARS AND TOBACCO.
MisorAcrrnER sso Wbolesale a.id Retail
1'EALBH 11 ClOARS A9D TOBACCOS,
Would respectfully announce that he ha remov.
ed to the large and onamodina store-room, op
posite the residence of H B swoope, Eq, where
he has opened a treneral assortment of T.ihjtecn
Cigars, etc. which he is prepared to sell, wholesale
or reian. at reasonable prioes.
His ciears are made of the verv best material
and in style of manufacture will compare with
those of any other establishment.
He has alwavs on haml a auoarinr &rttil nf
I rects the attention of ' lovers of the weed.
cnewingand smoking tobaccos, to which be di-
Merchants and Dealers, throughout tha eountv
supplied at the lowest wholesale prioes.
Call and examine his stock when you come to
Clearfield. June 10. lsS.
JJARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Having refitted and removed to the room lately
occupied by Richard Mossop.on Market Pt., now
offer low for cash, a well selected assortment oi
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Also. Patent Medicines of all kinds. Pa'nfs. Oils,
Glass. Put'y. Dye-stuffs. Stationary. To jaeco and
Segars, Confectionary. Spices, and a larger stock
of varieties than ever before offered in this place.
and warranted to be oi the best the market af
Irrds Inspect their stock before purchasing
elsewhere, and they feel warranted in saying thai j
j.iu will be pleased with the quality and price of
Ibeir goods Remember the place Mossop's old
stand. on jaarketSt. Dej. 6. 18(56.
LEARFIELD MARBLE WORKS,
ITALIAN AND VERMONT MARBLE
FINISHED IN TliE HIGHEST
STYLE OF THE ART.
The subscribers beg leave to announce to the
citiaeos ot Clearfield county, that they have
opened an extensive Marble Yard, on tt.e South
west corner of Market and Fourth streets. Clear
field; Pa . where they are prepared to make
Tomb Stones, Monuments,
Tombs, Box and Side Tombs,
Cradle Tombs, Cemetery Posts, Mantles.
Shelves, .Brackets, etc., etc,
on very short notice.
They always keep on hand a large quantity of
wore, cnisned except tne lettering, so tnat per--ons
can call and select for themselves tbe style
They will also make to order any other style of
work that may be desired ; and they flatter tbem
selves that they can compete with tbe manufac
turers outside ot the countj eitber in workman
"hip or price, as they only employ tbe best ol
workmen. All inquiries by letter promptly an
xwered. JOH N G tlELICH.
May 12, lf67-tf. HENRY GCELICH
N A U G
GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFIELD.
The undersigned respectfully informs bis old
customers and the public, that he has on hand,
(and eonstantly receiving new additions,) a large
stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
CLOCKS, a large variety from the best Man-
nfactory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour
spring aud Weight, and Levers, Tiu.e, Strike aud
WA TCHES a fine assortment. o Jsilver Hunt
ing and open case American patent Levers, plain
and full jeweled
G'lLD PEIVS. an elegant assortment, of the
best quality. Also, in silver extension and desk
holders - .
SPECTACLES, a larere assortment, far and
near sight, colored and plain glass.
JEWELRY ot every variety, from a single
piece to a full set
ALSfi.m fine assortment of Spoons. Forks, but
ter knives. etc.. plated on genuine Alabata.
All kinds of Clocks. Watches aud Jewelry care
fully repaired and Warranted
A continuance ol patronage is solicited.
Nov. 2Sth, 1865. H. F. NAL'QLE
GOOD AND CHEAP!!!
Men, Toutbs and Boys ean besnplpled with full
suits of seasonable and fashionable clothing at
RE1ZENSTLIM liROS' CO.,
where it is sold at prices that will induce then
purchase. The universal satisfaction which ba
been given, has induced tbem to increase theii
s'ock, which is now pot surpassed by any estab
lishment of the kind in this part of tha State.
Reizenstein Bro's k Co.,
Sell gnods at a very small profit, for eash ;
Their goods are well made and fashionable.
Tbey 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.
Tbey having purchased their stock t reduced
prices tbey can sell cheaper tl an others
for these and other reasons persons should buy
their clothing at
REIZKXSTEIN BKO'S A CO.
Produce of every kind taken at the bighes'
market prices. May 18, lbri4
SHAW A SON.
Have just returned from tbe east and aro now
opening an entire new stock of goods in the room
formerly occupied by Wm. F. Trwin. en Marke'
Street, which they now offer to tbe publio at the
lowest cash prices m
Their stock consists of a general assortment of
Pry Goods. Groceries. Queensware, Hardware
Boots. Shoes. Hats, Caps. Bonnets. Dress Goods
Fruits. Candies Fish, Salt, Brooms, Nails, ete. .
in fact, everything usually kept ia a retail store
can be had by calling at this stora, or will be
procured to order.
Tbeir stock is well selected, and consists ef the
newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latest
styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for eash.
or exchanged for approved country prvduee.
Be sure and eall and examine bur stock before
naking your purchases, as we are determined
"tease all who may favor us with their custom.
May 8. 1S6T. ' J. SHAW A SON.
URR ANTS tbe
cheapest In the
eta . for 'sale at GRAHAM'S.
CANNED FKflTS -U kinds, warranted rood
and fr.ah. at QKA H A M'S.
JfEW SPRING GOODS,
Jt?St RECEIVED AT
KIRK k SPENCERS,
Lumber City, Pa.,
The undersigned would respectfully Inform
their customers, and the publio in general, that
they have Jnst received their Spring stock of
goods, consisting of Dry Goods. Groceries. Boots,
Hi pes. Hats. Caps. Fish, Sart. Flour, Baeoa. liaila,
t-ainta. Oils. Stoneware. Hardware. Qaeeneware,
Baskets. Tubs. Churns. Carpet. Oil eloih. and
general variety of anek articles as are usually
kept in a eoantrr store, ail ef wkieh thev will
sell cheap roe cas
Tbey weald also direct attention tn fl,.;. t.
stock of Ready-made Clothing, which they offer
for sale at a small advance upon cost.
T v KIRK BPINCXK.
Lumber City. Pa.. May 8, la7.
H. B. We also manufacture ta order ii a...
stantly keep on band a general a wort meat ef
Doots and bhoes, for men. women and ehiidrea.
a-IKh. A bPiSClb..
U 8 T IN TIME!
THB NEW GOODS AT
A. K. WRIGHT i SONS,
Having j.st retarned fronTIne eastern cities
w. .re ... opening . full stoea of seasonable
goods, al oar rooms oa Second atn.i i.?J"
th.. :- to wnie
..w, ...c,uj luvue .lae attention of the pb-
n.atrlt - ; - . . . VHICO
aasoruBeBt is unsurpassed
LI tT1";"1" old T,rJ '
eash. 1 he -took consists in part of
.thMbVt " Prif - Delamaa,Alp.-
sas. Merinos. Ginghams; Muslins, bleached and
"""'J; Drilling, Tickings, cotton and woVl
hi. u a Ca,me-. ladies Shawls Coats. Nu
bias. Hoods. Hoon skina n.i....i. a. ... ...
of wHch will be sold low sob cm " At.'. . "--
assortment of the best of
M E N B
W I A R ,
eon,t!nj of Drawers and FhirU, Hat. and Caps.
Boots and Shoes, Handk.rehieftl orav.ta, "le.
anHLAv..Rvrt-f"; Pf RP- Rlti.a Aogure
ana Axes. Nails and t:
Lamp wicks and chimneys,' etc., ete ' P
Alko, Queensware Glasswara n.- n
ries. and spices of all kinds Tn .hort . ....i
assortment of every thine n.n. k.n .......
store, all cheap for eash, or approved country
Soy aa-jalO-nolS. W3.IGHT AISOSS.1
STAR LIGHTNING ROD !
The Best and the Cheapest !
The Stab Salvasixkd LiGrrr.iise Rod is sape
nor to any in use, and will last ror generations.
It is made from Magnetie Iron tks square
grooved, spiral-twisted and galvanised, and eon
iccted with pure copper couplings rendering it
qua! to a copper rod. the whole surmuunted with
Gold plated cluster point of pure copper, tbua
orming a continuous rod from the pciot te the
round the combination of metals feimicg a
:alvanie battery in the md.
It is warranted always to remain bright and
lean, and will never eorrode or rust, tons pre
enring a neat ornamental appearance on the
-uildiDg. worth more than its cost as a aatter of
lrnament. to say n.itbing about itssure proteetioa
To show the popularity of the Galvanised Star
iod. it is only necessary to say that the propri-
ton have pulled off more than one hundred tone
fold rusty irons, within twelve months, from
ol leges, academies, publie buildings, barns, ete.,
nd put up tbe Star Rod in tbeir plaee. . ,
A tbe "Stab" is better and sold at a less pries
han any other rod. is more durable and more or--ameaial.
persons should consult tbeir own inter
su and safety to life and property, before they
tave a rod erected on tbeir buildings.
AH that is necessary to convince tbe pablie ef
he superiority of tbe SUr Lightning Rod. is a
borough examinat on into its construction aad
The undersigned, being tbe Agents for Clear
ield county, will put up rods for all who may de
ire them, on short notice and reasonable ' terms,
.'all and examine them at theirstore in Cleaileld.
June 10. 1868. MERRILL A hlULKK
HE CHEAPEST GOODS
ARK BOLD BT
FOREION AND DOMESTIC OR V GOOOS. C.
ABIIT STKEET, CLIAEriCLD, PA.
th'folloMnntt f good.- and proJSttAtrttf
TO TH LADIES.
Always on band a large stock of La
dies goods such as Coburg Cloth,
Alpacas, De Laines. Ginghams,
Prints, chints. Kerchiefs, Jiu
bies. Bonnets. Gloves, eto.
Always on band Black. Blue. Brown ,m
Vhtap and Grey Cloths, Fancy and Blaek Good
Cheapi Casimeres. Sattinets. Cassineta, 'Good'
a wecus, i lain ana r ancy est
ings. Shirting, eto.. ete. eto.
heap Such ma Coats. Pants. Vee'ts, TJnder
seiru. and other Flannel shirts.
Boots, Shoes. Hats. Caps. Neck
ties. Gum Boots snd Shoee.ahd
a variety of other articles. ,
D.A ' V. ,w I . I . ... . .
' . r
k uuu aa vnuivacueu sns meaonea
Cj,ea a,na,ln- voiorea Muslins. Linen
Ch f i060 4nd kemp towls. car
C.ta, PeU- nains, fringe, etc
ChZp HARDWARE. AC.
CheapiI J0" ant Nails or spikes. Manure
C'AeoJ or other forks Saw-mill or ether
C'heapl Smootm ag irons. Locks.
Cheapi Hinges, ete. go to Mossop's 1
Cheap bere you a buy cheap
Cheap! IF YOU WANT
C'AeopiKnives and forks. Botcher Knives
Cheap1 Shoe and Stove blacking. Manilla
Cheap) snd hemP ropes. Ink. Paper or
Cheap Peus. Powder, Shot or Lead,
Cheap etc., bay tbem at Mossop's.
Ceap IF YOU WAST
Cheap shoe Last or Pegs. Palm or Fancy Good
Cheap- Siin Slirrh U.ll p.... u.-:' fi..J
Cheapi dow Shades, Lamps. Lamp tubes Good
Cheap. or Wicks, coal oil. ate . re to Good
,,htar Mossop's cheap eash (tore. Goud
neap , n .
Good extra family Flour. White or .' j
brown sugar, hams, shoulders or
sides, coffee; Imperial. Youn
Hyson orblaex tea. buy them '
at Mossop's cheap for eash.
T .T0. WAST
1 allow candles, fine or coarse aalt.(7eets
Syrup or molasses cheese, dried
apples or peaches, water or se
do eraexers. eall at Mosaop a
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT "
v, w,w ,,.r mauicai or caertlDSB
Cheap tal uses. Swet wine, old Monon
Cheup gahtla or rye whisicy, Cherry
Cheap and Cognao brandy.- bay at
fi rw . e., j j - . ..
, eroasup a cueap cash store.
Cheap lf you WANT
? "r Kaisens. Fias. Prnnea .r AriA
ChZl r4DU: fi'08- Pecan or
Cheapi rona -.ndie. Good.
or Liquorice root, buy tbem
at Mosaop'seheapand good. .'"'
IF YOIT WANT v Z:
To buy any other article ekeap. be Ooua
sure to go to Mosaop. for he aellr j
cheaper for eab than any other 7eo4
person in i;iearceia eoanty !7ro,a-
I November ST. IMI,
Approved eounirw peodue of emerm ttnd tmiem at
ti' wewat mtarie on re im vehmntre re ea
"A WET) FRUIT,
Oot 14. 1868.
Jass veeetved. at
J. T. KKATZtR'B.
SALT SALT-JALT fall weight. Isrre sack
selling cheap, at J. KRATZER.8.
PARED PEACHES-Ihe best la market a tbe
alore of J B GRAHAM A SONS.
Bridles, harness eollars Ae.. fer
i It --.