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TbiRFIELD. PA., MARCH 31, 1869.
Tyrone ui Clearfield Kailroad.
. u. im Tvrone mt : : : 9.00 a m
rrtrcSEt-W- . : 1.00,.m.
.........n leaves Clearfield a : : :104 pm.
. Arrives at Tyrone at : : : : V60 p. m.
r .ts with Cincinnati Express East at 6 17
C" M.il l.P. J BW E8l E-
uoKiim-ii. Divine services will be held
-,t Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows :
W Cw.ILM, in; the Methodist
thurch, morning and evening., haLUth
Ihool at 9 A M. Frapr meeting, every
Thur-Jar at 7 J P- M. Comniunioti services
First Sabbath of every month at 10 A. M
By Kev. NixJorff in the Lutheran church
in the morning and evening.
By Rev. Hayes, in the Baptist Church,
in the morning- . . ,,
St Francis" chureu-Ma. at 10 A. M.,
the second anJ fourth Jsund.ivs of each
month. . .
A venr heavy invoice of Carpets : Brus
aeU Threo-ply,Ingrain,Tapestry,Hemp and
Kag. ju-t opening at Porkins' Keystone
Store, Lk Haven.
Look Oct. A man named James D.
Lewis ii travelling through the country rep
resenting himself as a special detective;
coaiaii.-sioneJ by Gov. Geary. The Wil
liaosport Gazette advertises hiui as a swiud
kr. PurrsMEN. Ou Saturday la.st, we arc
informcJ, quite a number of won arrived
hereon the train, from the down-river towns
for the purpose of hiring as hauls on rafts.
IT this be the case, we presume, there will
be no scarcity of hands this season to run
oar lumber to market.
Mas Pkowxed. We are informed that,
on Monday evening last, a raft struck a rock
at Spencer's dam, above Luiulr City, and
four of the men on the raft were thrown
into the water, and that Mr. Marion Maca-
dne, of Indiana, Pa., was drowned theoth
tr three having succeeded in getting to
shore. The deceased was about 18 years of
XFCR.r.oi.v. An exchange siys a gen
tlemun of Troy has discovered that lemon
juise is a sure cure for that very common
couiplaiut, neuralgia. lie says that the
juiee of o:ie lemon a day, taken in w iter,
will cure the most obstinate cases. No sti
gar thould be used, as in has a tendency to
manteract tha benefits of the lemon juice.
Thoe who are troubled with neuralgia
should give this simple remedy a trial.
The very best Prints for 12 cents, the
re-tlleached mu.in for 121 cents, known
in the market, for sale at the ' Key.stone
f-'on'. I -oik Haven. Samples ocut by wail,
on application to O. B. Perkins, Proprietor.
Tbe R ver. Raiting, etc. On Thurs
fljy bight and FriJay morning, of last week,
quite copious rains fell in this region, caus
im the .streams to rise rapidly and above a
good rafting stage. Although tbe water
wns rather high; jet, on Sunday, Monday
iivl Tuesday, some rafts pasted down the
t'.ei. Tile running season has not, howev
er, m yet iairly cutninjiKfiii, but in a few
kj"3 we may expect to see it at its bight.
Aponr.NT. We learn that, on Sunday
li-t, quite a serious accident occurred at
Wilson's dam on Clearfield Creek, whilst a
mit was prising through the achate. A
He had teen placed across the tchute, on
hichthe point of the oar caught and un
A.H'tJ it, and as the oar fell it rolled over
tlo i!ot and injured him very severely.
W fatally. At laM. accounts the injured
Hose name wo did not leara, was
F?.:nf alung as comfortably as could be ex
lttil under th-2 circumstances.
?:.eit Si'iiooi.. The attention of our
M-Iits !i called to the Sdsquelianna Select
inii a.lvLrtiscment, this issue, establish
J n the upper end of Bell township. The
rviceiof Prof J. S. Smith have been sc
Ho "n highly recommended by the
kenria and Curweosvil!c School Boards,
tore he has taueht, as well as by the Cd.
'"nut t,Jcnt. He is. beyond a doubt,
' of the rtry best teachers in the countj-.
'-r'Oiis desiring, to give their children a
.rr.jfn ej,,.t;n. sllou1 not fail to send
' tut .h.o!. Special attention will be
t ' ui to Li lies ai,J Gentlemen desirous of
themselves for teachers.
r; I)KSS Goods such as Irish and
frth l'oplms, Black acd colored Silks
v 'tie Uiixtures of the richest colors and
at the Keystone Storj, Lock Haven.
AstntsTED.The PitLsburg Commercial
r! 5 25th fays: "The Union Depot
! K jeterday morning arrested a wan
W iiliaiu Casserly on a telegraph dis
,l cb roia Osceola, Clearfield county. Pa.
1?aruM". was recently employed as man
the 0ccola coal mines at that place,
'"'1 during a 6trive made by the diggers he
with hem in the "lock ouL" The
tjpr.etors of the works STibscjuently made
IT11'00 a?lin't tle parties charging
m ith conspiracy, and they were arrest
Bi leld fo nt.wer. The case not coui-
"P until June, Mr. Casserly thought
isit some of his friends in Wis-
'a' nd with that purpose in view start-
f 00 Monday. His bail on learning
. a ,leP"ure, thought hohad'hkedad-
"d telegraphed for his arrest, which
M Mns0nmiated on hu arriva, at the Unioa
- 'Pot yesterday morning. Ho will be Uk
0 ? l0'aay-" Casserly was lodged iu
Thursday, March 25th.
Boots and Shoes, at Perkins', the best
and cheapest Lock Haven, Pa.
Ocr Streets. Frequently, within the
past three months, have we called the atten
tion of our Borough authorities the necessi
ty of improving oar streets at the earliest
practicable time. We are gratified to learn
that our suggestions have not been in vain
that the Town Council have asked for the
necessary legislation to enable them to ne
gotiate a loan for the purpose of macadam'
iaing the principle streets withiu the bor
ough limits. This being the case, we hope
that the work will be commenced as soon
as the money can be procured, and the sea
son will perm it. '
Something New. The old addage,
'"That every day brings something new,"
was illustrated in our town last week, by
the opening of a new and extensive Loot,
shoe, hat and cap store, by Messrs. J. C.
Lightcap & Son. This community has long
since felt the want of an establishment of
of the kind, and hence it is with pleasure
that we announce the opening of the Messrs."
Lightcap who have the reputation of be
ing clever andtccommodatiug business men.
For particulars ee advertisement in an
New Goods now bjing recaived every
day at the Keystonu Store. L)ck Ilaveu.
The Court Proceedings. .
Owing to a severe indisposition we were
unable to attend to our editorial duties last
week, and heuce our usual epitome of the
proceedings of Court did not appear in the
columns of the Journal. We, however,
this week present a synopsis of the proceed
ing relating to roads, etc., which we copy
from the Republican:
Petitions. For a roud from the State
Road, at or near Abr. Nevling's, to the gra-
ded road, near James Haines', in Beccaria
township. Viewers II. B. Wright, J. S
M Kiernan Dr. G. W. Caldwell.
Two petitions to review, vacate and sup
ply the public road leading from the bor
ough of New Washington, to O.-itend, in
Bell township. Viewers S. F. McCloskey,
C. S. Worrall, J. M. Cummings.
T- vacate the road beginning nearjuhn
W. Bider's, to the Catholic Church ; also,
for a road from near Joab Ilider's to the
forks of the road leading to the Catholic
Church, in Covington township. Viewers
J. Mitchell, Jacob Rider, John Royer.
To review, vacate and supply the public
road leading from New Washington to
Clearfield borough. Viewers S. F. Mc
C!o.kcy, Daniel Gorman, Andrew Addle
man. To review the public road lea ling from
Adam Weaver's to Henry Reams' in Bloom
township. Viewers R. Luther, Jacob Zil
liox, Jacob Vost.
To vacate the road beginning at the turn
pike near and through the farm of D. D.
Hitter, in Pike township, to where it inter
sects another road leading to 1 eunville.
Viewers S. F. McCloskey, Benj. Moore,
For a public road leading from the cross
roads at or nerr Jacob Ilummcl's, to inter
sect the road leading to Ilartsfelt's sawmill,
in Brady township. Viewers R. Luther,
Samuel Postlethwaite, Lever FlegaL
To view and lay out a road lcudidg from
the Clearfield Bridge road, near Clover Hill
School House, to intersect the road on the
line of Amos Read's and Tate's heirs, and
to va-atc the aid road beginning at the
line aforesaid, to the end of the lane leading
to the barn of aforesaid heirs. Viewers
James Mitchell, Amos Read, Saml. Brown.
For a road ta lead fratrt the PViIir sburg
8nd Curwcnsviiie turnpike, below the saw
mill of Wm. A. Read, to the road near
Amos Read's in Lawrence township. View
ers Wiu. D. Biglef, Clark Brown, Stewart
To review, vacate arrd supply the road
from the northern boundary of Clearfield
borough to A. II. Shaw's mill, in Lawrence
township. Viewers James Mitchell, Thos.
Dougherty, G. D. Goodfellow.
For a road from tna old steam sawmill, on
the river, to the bridge across Beaver Run,
at the head of Horace Patchin's sawmill
dam, in- Bumhle township. Viewers
Lewis Boicc, Thos Thompson, E. P. Baker.
Confirmed Absolute. For a private road
leading from the public road leading from
Morrisdalc to Philipsburg, at or near Mrs.
Waring' h,' to the Moshannon Creek, near
the Bait landing, in Morris township; also,
one from near Win. Rothrock's to the turn
pike where it crosses Moshannon Creek;
also, one from Win. Rothrock's to the Mo
shannon Creek, near the Big Bend.
A road from Little Beaver Dam Run to
John Mitchell's barn, inBurnside tp.
A road from J. G. Schryver's to the river
at the cud of the new bridge, in Lawrence
A road from Mrs. Smith's to the road
near Jacob Fryer's, in Bell tp.
A road leading from the mouth of Lick
Run to the public road near Mrs. Flcgal's,
in Goshen tp.
Confirmed Xi. Si. The road starting at
IIahus road, and to intersect the Daily
road, at his new farm, in Penn tp.
All the other reports for roads were eith
er continued until June-term, or not acted
" BRIDGE VIEWS.
The view for a site to build a bridge
across Chest creek.ncar Wagoner's in Chest
toweship; across the . river near Edward
King's, in Burnside township, and across
Moshannon Creek, in Morr's township, were
continued until June term the proceedings
The petition of a number of he citizens
of Goshen township, praying the appoint
ment of E. K. Shirey as Constable, in the
room of M. S. Flegal, deceased, was con
curred in, by the Court.
In accordance with a petition signed by a
number of the citizens ol Decatur town
ship, Richard Philips was appointed one of
the Overseers of the Poor of thattp.
TT.. V.- . n., . ...
iiL.-vii.NCDO.N uountt. itie dwelling
house of Mr. William Dean, in Juniata tp.,
Huntingdon county, took fire between two
and three o'clock, on Wednesday morning,
March 24th, and made such rapid headway
that one of the daughters, Martha, aged
seventeen, was burned to death. Another
daughter, Kate, made a narrow escape but
was severely burned.
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April number of this excellent monthly has
been received. The literary contents are of
a high order, and tend to create a venera
tion for morality and religion an excellent
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$2 a year. This is a new magazine unique
in size and style, first-class and high-toned,
and a good companion for boys and girls.
It is worthy the support of the public.
Children's' Hour T. S Arthur k Sons
$1.25 a year. A sprightly little compan
ion for children, which seeks to inspire the
reader with reverence for God, and ail that
is pure and good. Get it.
On Thursday, March 25th, 1S69, by Rev.
J. R. Williams. Mr. John Maddy.oI Law
rence tp., and Mrs. Sopuia Stroup, of
FRESH bread always on HAND
and for sale
At the Bakery of
J. A. STADTLER,
M. 37. '69-2m.
To thk Woukino Class : I am now prepared
to furnish all cla.e with constant employment
at their home, the who-e of the time, or for the
xpare momenta. Business new, light an ft piofita
ble. Fift.f cent, to S-S per evening, is easily earn
ei by personsof either sex . and theb'oysnnd girls
earn nearly as much as men firent inducements
are offered thoie who will devote their whole
time to the l.nsir.uss: and. that every person who
reel tLis notice may send me their addresa and
test the business for themele. I make tbe fol
lowing onparalled offer : To all who are not well
satisfied with tbe bu-siae-s, I will feud SI to pj
for the trouble of writing me Full particulars,
directions. Ao., sent free. Sample sent by mail
for IU cents. Address E. C. Ali.km. Anusta. Me
The Singer Manufacturing Company's Dei
Familj SewiDg Machine, and the cele
brated Florence, for sale at the
Persons in want of machines would do well
tooallaud examine the Singer and Flor
ence before purchasing Every ma
chine warranted to give Satrsfao
Machines nd machine findings always on banc
Feb. 2,18G9 XIVLIXQ .t SHOWERS.
M ARKS T TTKT.ET, CLEARFIELD, PA.,
Keeps on hand a lull assortment of Gents' Fur
nishing (ioo.tp, such as Shiits. (linen and woolen.)
I'ndershirts. Drawers and Socln Neck tics.l'ocket
Handkerchiefs. Gloves. Imbrellas. liats, etc . in
great varioiy. Of piece goods he keeps the best
CLOTHS, (of, evfiy shad.)
BLACK DOE-SKIN VASZ1MERES. of the
bett aai. FANCY CASSIMERES,
in great variety. Also. French Coatings. Beaver.
Pilot, Chinchilla rid TricoltOver coating, which
will be sold cheap for cash, and made up accord
iDg to tbe latest styles, by experienced workmen.
Also, agent for Clearfield county, for I. M. Singer
Co's -o-ir.e Machines.- Nov. 1. ISftS.
Wall Paper i Windoio Shades ,
Floor and Table Oil Cloths Ac A very ex
tensive assortment of all qualities of above
goods will be kept constantly on hand
and sold as low as the lowest
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT
No. 14 Snrithfield Street, near 6th Avenne
Pittst utg Pa .
A SI'LE.N'DID STOCK Ol"
TOYS AND if ANCY GOODS
Will be found in another department of the
March 17, '69-3m.
E R. L.ST0UGHT0N,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, FA.,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of Clear
M and vii-inii f . that he has ODened a new tatl-
Arinn' et-rahli-hmenr in Shaw's Row. one door east
of tbe Post OfSee. and has just returned from tbe
eastern cities witk a large ana eieguni siock oi
Cloths, Cassifneres, Kes flings,
Beavers, &c, and all kinds of goods for
men and boys wear, and is
prepared to make op to order CT"TIlfNQ, from
i single article to a inn suit, in mt men eiyics
n A nuui -rnrkmanlika manner. Snecial atten
tion given to custom work, and cutting out for
men and boys, lie otters great bargains to cusio-
ncrs. and warrants enure satisraoiion. a. noeiai
ibare of public patronage is solicited. Call and
ixamine tbe goods.
Oct 16, 18S7. E. R. L. STOLGHTON.
Sellins; at Low Prices.
at the store of
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.,
Choice Eastern flour, from the counties of
Juniata, Centre and Huntingdon.
Western flour, such as City Mills, Snow
flake, White-water, and other selected
Suar-oured Hams, (hest quality), Eacoo,
"and new Mess Pork by the barrel.
A few tons of Plaster, by the ton or hundred,
in bags or barrels warranted pura.
Ityo chop. Corn Lieal. Mixed ohop and Will
Must be closed out before thelatof. April next.
March 10. 1869 ALEXANDER IRVIN.
r J. CUNNING II A M,
I ATTOKVEY AT LAW.
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer,
TYRONE. BL1 COCStTT. FA.
Special attention given to the collection of claims.
Tyron, Fa-, January 27, 1849-tL
j J. 8. GRAHAM. : B. W. GKARAM. : A.. A. 6RAHAK
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS
in all kinds of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats
ware, Quecnsware, Wood and
Willowware, Flour, Bacon,
Fish, Salt, etc., etc., etc.,
The Largest, Best and Cheapest stock
of goods to he found in the county
is now on sale at
JAS. B. GRAHAM k SONS.
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets. Silks Coourgs, Alpacas,
Merinos. Wool Delaines. Lnstres, Ging
hams, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Sun
shades, Handkerchiefs Kid arad
. other OIoves,Hosiery,Ealmo
rals. Hoop-skirts, and a
general variety of rib
Buttons, Braids, etc., at the lowest prices.
They have Black and Blue Cloths. Black and
Fancy Cassimercs.Sattinetts, Tweeds, Mel
tons, Wi-ter-proof Cloth. Silk, Safin
and common Vestiugs, etc., in
great variety, and at prices
that will give general
satisfaction to burets.
Such as Ovarcoats, Dress coats of various qual
ities and prices. Plain' and Fancy Vests,
Cassimere and Flannel Ovcrtjhirts,
W&cten and Cotten undershirts,
Handkerchief acd neck tics,
Cotten and Woolen socks,
Cu!f and Kip boots
and Shoes, Gum
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, and such
other articles as are usually needed.
Amonfr . hicb may be found Carpets, Oilcloths,
Rugs, Brown Muslins, Bleached Muslins,
Drillings, Pillow casing. Sheetings,
Toweling, Table cloths, Table
covers, Window Blinds, Cur
ta'ms.TicKings.and a very
large assortment of
such articles as
are wanted by housekeepers, and at
prices to suit the times.
A tail assortment, consisting of Tea and Din
ner sets, Pitchers, Bowls, Dishes, and a
general variety of ware that will be
sold by tbe dozen or piece, and as
cheap as it can be purchased
elperchere in the county.
Snth as Saws and Files, Door Locks and Latch
es, Hinges of all Kinds, Augurs. Screws,
Nails, Spites, TacKS, Brads, S-hovels,
Spades, Hoes. Forks, Ales, Ilatcli
eta.Chiaels. Knives and Forks,
Butcher Knives, Carving
Knives and forks,
and all articles usually wanted by the people.
Consisting of Sugars, Ccffeea, Teas. Spices,
Syrups,Dried Fruits, Cheese,Flour, Bacon,
Feed, etc., always on hand and for
tale at a small advance on cost.
WOOD & WILLOWWARE,
SaTcn ai Tubs, Buckets and Churns. Clothes
wringers and Wash boards. Clothes. Mar
ket and Dinner Baskets. a general as
sortment, at all times, in store
and for salo low.
GRAHAM A SONS sell all articles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country
stre,and hence the people generally
will find it to their advantage to
buj goods of them.
We are also extensively engaged in buying
and selling all kinds of Sawed Lumber,
and as we intend giving this branoh
of business special attention, we
feel assured thai wecan make
it to the advantage of
those who have lumber for sale to deal with ns.
Orders filled for all kinds of Luiober.
GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.
Grain and country produce taken in
exrbange for Goods.
Act. 36- 88.
OAL A SU LIME.
The Undersigned havfnir r.rfnt.tA iTn..nr
is now prepared to fill orders for either eoal-burnt
or wooa-oumt lime, and Anthracite eoal. Yard
at ine rvauroaa depot. R. B. TAYLOR
Vegetables and Fish.
Having made the necessary arrangements, the
a.M an. ... . ...
..u.u.ij, ,u.i wi. iuv .'i.' .nareu sis,
1869. he will have on hand and for sale at bis
shop on the market lot, Fresh fidh. Sweat and
ww i.lh - mo., cu we uuugat hi me osr
March 4. It69 D. K. FCLLKKTOy
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Let
ters of Administration on the estate of
John W. Hale, lata of the City of Hea ling. dee'd
having been granted to tbe undersigned, notice
is hereby given tiat all persons indebted to s iid
estate are requested to make immediate pay.
ment, and those having olaims against the same
will present them, properly authenticated, for
settlement to DAVID McKNIGHT.
Heading Pa., or
W. W. UALL,, rnilipsburg Pa.
March 3. 18fi9-.it Administrators
A Z U K E N E .
FOR THE LA UN lkR Y .
It is warranted not to streak, or in any manner
injure we on em mines, 'or ruinily use sold in
five. ten and twenty cent boxes. Each twenty cent
bjx. besides having five times as much blue as the
five cent boxes. contains a pocket niu cushion or
emery bag. For Hotel and large Laundry use.it
is nut up in S2 00 boxes
See th't each box has proper trade mark. For
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23 Cortland St reef. N. Y.
T7ARM AT PRIVATE SALE. The ub-
- scriber offers for sale hiti farm in Law
rence township, situate on the east bank of the
Susquehanna river, with tbe Frie turnpike on
the ?outh, and containing SI acres. Most of the
farm is in meadow, and tbe whole under good
fences The improvements are a ;oud log house
and tramo back barn, with the other necessary
out bouses. A spring of good water is near the
door. An orchard of choice fruit is growing ou
tbe premises. There are three veins of good coal
on tbe land, to wit: one of five feet, one of three
feet 4 inches, and one of two feet tho latter near
the river. For terms, inquire of tbe subscriber,
on tbe premises. JORDAN HEED
December 10. ISAS-p.
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A Plea.ant Beverage.
A Certain Cure
The ZfNG ARI BITTERS are compounded from
a prescription of the celebrated Egyptian physi
cian Dr. Cmsepus. who, after years of trial and
experiment, discovered the Zingari Urrh the
most remaraaoie vegeiaoie pruuueuon. tut csmu.
nerhans. has ever yielded certainly the most
eff ective in tbe cure of disease. It. in eomhina-
tion with tbe other valuable properties of which
the ZINGARI BIITER i composed, will cure
Dyspepsia. Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever .Cbolic,
Colds, Bronchitis, Consumption in its first stage,
Flatn It ncy. Nervous Debility. Femalo Com
plaints. Rheumatism. Pyeentary, Acute and
Chronic Diarrhea. Cholera Morbus. Chol
era, Typhoid and Typhus Fever, Fever,
Yellow Ferer. Scrofula, Diseases of
the Kidneys, Uabitnal Costiveness,
Ae., Ac, Ao.,
In the PBEVESTtot and Cure of tne above dis
eases, it baa never been known to fail, as thou
sands of oar most prominent citisens throughout
all parts of tbw country, will testify. Let the
afflicted send for a circular containing testimoni
als and certificates of 'hose who have been cured
after their cases have been pronounced hopeless"
by our best physicians.
F. RAUTER t CO
No 6 N. Front 6t , Philadelphia.
Recommended by Ex-Got. David R. Porter, of
Pennsylvania. Hon Robert J. Fisher, of Penn
sylvania. Hon. Edward MoPherson. of Pennsyl
vania,. Hon. Joel B Dinner of Pennsylvania
lion Wm.MoSnerry.of Pennsylvania, and others
Send for circulars. Feb. 10th, 189. ly.
WINE & LIQUOR STORE.
I. L. REIZENSTELN k CO.,
WIXESx AXD LIQ (JOBS,
MARKET STREET CLEARFIELD, PA:
A good assortment for medical purposes always
January 27. 18S9-6m.
C. KRATZER k SONS,
Have removed to the large and elergnt,NEW
STORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mer
rell t Bigler's Hardware Store, wh'er'e they will
be pleased to see tEo'ir old and new customers.
Citizens of the county visiting Clearfield, and
wishing to make "purchases, will find it to their
advantage to examine their stock.
Goods at cash prices exchanged for all kinds of
country produce. Jan. 6, '69.
A new stork of Ladies' and Gents1 Furnish
ing and Fancy Goods, comprising ai
novelties ol the Spring season :
Collars. Cutis, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Kid
Gloves, Trimmings of all kinds; Lacef,
JiJgii.gi Buttons, Corsets. Jet Sets,
Aso, a cr-rcpletn assortment of Ladies,' Misses'
and Cbildrcns' shoes of the FinsTQn alitt,
to which we ask examination.
Butterflies, Neckties, Cassitner and White
Shirts of a superior quality. Also latest
styles oi Hats and Caps.
WM REED & CO'.
Clearfiold. March 3 18G9-3t.
e. J. saVnER.
LIDDELL & SNYDER,
Stonecutters and Stonemasons,
Will execute all kinds of work in their line,' at
moderate prices and a first class style, such as
of all kinds;
SCULPTURE IN MARBLE OR SANDSTONE;
ARCH ITECTU HAL OK X A M ENTS,
in all styles, Ancient or Modern,
Stone dressing fur Buildings, and
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF STONE WALLS
For the latter, thev have procured the services
of First-rate masons, and cm do a'y amount of
Having control of the lest resources for obtain-
ing eveiy kind of material, "nd having a full ex
perience in tbe business,they can do work cheaper
and in better style than bus ever been attempted
in this county v
I-hop on KeeoT at-, near tbe Kail Koad Depot.
March 17. 69.
THE CARS! THE CARS!
REDUCTION IN TRICES.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
200 BARRELS BEST FLOUR.
100 BAOS OT SALT,
10,000 POUNDS OF BACON,
5,000 TOUNDS OF LARD,
1,000 POUNDS DRY rEAC'lfES,
1,0(70 POUNDS DRY APFLES.
All of which Avill he sold
at Railroad Prices.
County Merchants will be sup
plied with the above articles
at a very small advance
February 1 0th. 18R9.
CANNED FRUIT. Canned Plums. Peaches,
and canned corn, etc , for salo at the Drug
Store of A. I. fcUAH.
March 10, 18fi7
1TTOOLEN OOODS AT COST After this date,
VV all woolen eoods. including: hoods, nubias.
breakfast shawls, soniags. children's ("apes scarfs,
caps iVc. will be sold at cost- at, .. ,
Jan. I, lsoy J. r. hUAiiLK s.
LOTHINfJ the cheapest in tbe county, at
7 ANTED 10.000 pounds of WOOL, at the
-ivKrsroxa ctorc. - 'learneld. 1'a. jeio
URRANTS the best and cheapest in the
oounty, at GRAHAM'S.
IL, Putty, Paints Glass and Nails, for sale at
Jane 'fit. MERKELL BtUUtrL b.
7LOUR the cheapest in the county at
i M.w fa 'j MOSSOP'S
ISU, of all kinds the cheapest in the codnty
IL A PAINTS tne cheapest in tne county
May s. MOSbOf'S
UEEN.SWARE the cheapest in the county,
ADDLES, Bridles, harness, collars Ac, for
sale at MEliKELL A BIGLER'S.
TOVES of all sorts and sixes, constantly on
hand at JsEKKKLL A blULi-K S
fflry the Patent Roasted Coffee put no in one
I pound papers, requirea no egg or other mo
st an ee to settle it. Old Governmet Java Coffee
Prime Bio Coffee Pure Ground Coffee for sale
Feb. 3. by J. P. KRATZER.
The 5fos Thriving' Town iu
Thsj undersigned offer th following. described
Property at PRIVATK SALE. Lot jfo 31 in tbe
general plan of the abort named Borough braving
thereon erwoted a good and eomfortteio two and
one half story
finished throughout fain tad in th'w fall of 1S38,
hat ing five rooms and ball with basement kitohen
and dudib waiter. A well of excellent water at
the door under cover
A good frame OflSoe painted same color as the
house plastered and papered, lee House, Stable
and other' ohtbuilding-'s in good repair:
Choice Apple, Peach and Pear Trttr. abd'flDs
Grape Vines suited to the elimate' Sitaated on
tbe best business street in the Town and one of
the best locations for business For terms apply to
FeK. 2. I9fl9 Osceola Pa.
Q L O T II I XGI CL Of St Nv G ! !
GOOD AlTD CHEAP.'!
Men Youth's and Boys can bstuplpied with full
suits of seasonable and fashionable clothing at
RfclZENSTEIfi BROS; s- G&.y
where it is sold at prices that will' induce their
I'urchase. The anirersal satisfaction which has
been given, bas induced (hem to' increase their
sock, wliich & n&w sot surpassed by any ettaUi
lishment of the kind in this psrVof lie St)T..
Reizenstcin Bro's k Co.,
Sell tiods at a very smalt profit, for cash ;
Thfir goods' are well made and fashionable: '
They give every one the worth of bis money.
They treat their customers all alfkV.
They sell cheaper than every body else.
Their store is conveniently situated,
'.fhoy having purchase tbeir stock 1 1 reduced
prices they can sall'oiieapertf an-otbers:
t of thC!e and other reasons (ration's should" boy
their clothing at
REfirKNSTErX BkO'S ft CO.
Produce of every kind taken at the highest
market price. May 18, IbM.
E W S P R I NO ST O C K !
J. SHAW k SON.-
Have just returned from th'e east and are now
opening an entire new stock of goods In the room
formerly occupied by Wm. F. Irwin, on Market
Street, which' they noW offer t9 the nUblie at the
lowest casn prices':
Their stock consists' cf a general assoAfient of
Dry Goods. Groceries, Queensware, Hardirare,
Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Dress Goods,
Fruits, Candies Fish, Salt, Brooms, Nails, etc. ,
in fact, everything usually kept in a retail store
oan be had by calling at this store, or will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well soleoted, and eonaists of the
newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latest
styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for cash,
or exchanged for approved country produce.-
Be sure and call and examine our stock before
making your puTcbares, as we are determined
-lease all wEo'niay favor us with their custom.
May 8. 1SC.7. S. SHAW- i SON.
IIE CHEAPEST GOODS
ARE BOLD BY
HIG HARD MOfeSO'?,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. iCy
MARKET STEIET, CLEARriKLD, 1AV
H rod thifolloioi rig ttsi of gtfbds and vrojtiihereiy
FOR TBS I.sniM
Always on hand a large stock of La-
- J - . . u . . . i
dies goods such as Coburg Cloth
Alpacas, vi frames, Mmgnamt
Prints, Uhints, Kerchiefs, Nu
bies, Bonnets, O loves, eta.
enn nrvri rwr
Always on hand Black, Blue. BrownfS00
1 II -1..L.- l? 1,11
uu uic; uiuiug, raucy anu xiaca ICrooaS
Casimeres. Sattinets. Cassihets, 'Goods
Tweeds, Plain andFaney Vest- . .Goods
ij.gs. eB?rtns;, ets., te. etc.
ylwp Sach a Coats, PanU. Vesta, TJnder-
: r " vtuor ciannei snins,
ymp Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Neck
yjieap ties, Gum Boots and Shoes. and
yheap a variety of other articles.
'heap HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
,ii cap gaeb s t'nbleached and' Bleached
7jYaT Muslins. Colored Muslina. Lfn4a
o and cotton tablecloths. Oitoloth,
C'A Linen and hemp teWIs. car
C'Arao' Peu curtaina, rrTnge, ete
eap ; ..
CheaplIt7oa want Nail ot spikes. Manure
or other forks "Jinv-mill or other
Ch,n.,, saws, CmouttJr irons. Lock.
Cheap fling", etc. go to Mossop's
Cheap whore yon: n buy cheap.
Cheap IF TOTJ WANT
Clump Knives and forks. Butcher KnTres.
Cheap Shoe and Stove blacking, Manilla
Cheap and hemp ropes, Ink, Paper or
Cheap Pens, Powder, Shot of Lead,
Cheap) etc., buy them at Mossop's.
Caasi ri? von a -vtn,
OAeaijHhoa Last or Pegs. Palm or Fancy
.. ooap, otarcn, rr an rapsr or n m-
CAwj doTTSSade, Lamps. Lamp tubes
Cheap rt Wicks, coat oil, etc , go to
Cheap Mossop's cheap bash store.
f'h.lPJ IF Y0D WANT
Cl,ea Qaoi xtr tamt,y Flour, White or
Cheav' orown "Kar, hams, shoulders or
"j sides, coffee; Imperial, Vouna
... ' i utiaii nrrt uc lei. nnTfh.A
at Mossop's cheap for east.
IF von WANT i
'Tallow candles, fine or ocsnrse salt,
Cneau Syrup' or molasses, che&se, dried
apples or peaches, water or so-
uu crac&ers, caii at saossop's
where you can buy cheap.
TP YOT7 WANT
Port wine folr Medical or Saeramaa-
ui uses, sweet wine, old Moaoa
ga&ola or rye whisay, Cherry
and Cognac brandy, buy at
Mossop's cheap cash store.
"" Raisens. Figs. Prunes or drfooT CarJ
, ' rants; nicer is. cream, pecan or
ap gronnoi nuts, candies. Liquorice
Lneap j cr Liqaojie, root, buy them
Cheap, l Mo4top., ehsajTand goo.
Ckeap vrif7 w.v-
Cheapr koT ,ny ot5ler rticle cheap, be J
Cheav ,ar Kot Mosaop,forbesenr:,
' i Good
Cheap cneaper lor casn man any other
Cheap J"''rflA onntr. yGoods
Cheap November 27.1861. pil Oood,
AjtvroveJ countr vrodued of evorw JnaA talm
the usual mar let vrices in exehanjre fir
GROCERIES tne cheapest in the coonty. t
j2i- . MOSSOP.
I ADIES' CLOAKS the cheapest in theeoanty
SOLE LEATHER A FINDINGS the cheapest
In the county, at MOSSOP'S
VER, Timothy and Orchard-grass seeds at
' C. KRATZER SONS, '
D. PERKS A Co's flour, fhe best in market, for"
saie oy J. CHAW A SON.
DESSICATED COCOA N UTS, for pies,
eto , for a!e at . GRA1
B-OOTS A SHOES" the cheapest in the county
f?EED the cheapest in the count t
-- MyM Mosaop-i.:
CABLE CHAINS a good artlole. band aner
for sale by MERKELL A BIGLHR.