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. d....ts To insue the safe tranrmissloi
..hwaail na:r..tissh..nll remit hyeheei
oney-order, or nave their letters registered.
Tyroaa ani Clearfield Rkilro&d. .
f' leaves Tyrone at : : : 9 0(1 a in
l-rives at Clearfield at : : 1.00 . m
2.110 p m
hiriAa,t church. !
St. Francis' church Mas? at 10 A. ?!.. j
the wcond and loun.li Sundavs cf each
Prl;:n?, at the Keystone. Lcc-k Ilavrri.
is K'lling the bet qnniiiy nf Men's Kip
Boot.t at Fl YE DOLL A To ! Sign of the
T Land Ownkhs.-TLc csrJ ofT. W.
Moore, surreyor arri convevancr. apvcai-"
in our cjiumns tt.w week, to which v c di I
. ., i 7 !
n-ct thcatt.ntion of land .wr.erj.
Perkins. Lv-k II.v-i. h seliing the best j
Priats, and yard wide Bleached Mn-lin for !
Hi eents to be found in the wbulc su.ruund- I
in country. Tiy and see ! !
Corxry SrPEKT.NTF..iF.:-.T. Amcng c.ir
new adverti-cnienta appears the notice for j
the election of a new County Superintend-
ent of Common S-.-huok, on Tuesday, May j
fimts Tn Rf.inr,T tV )-,r, to !
quested to announce that the last half ofth-i !
Spring term of 3Iiss 1 1, is. Swan's feh-.ol,
will commence oo Mondaj-, April 'Z6ih.
mi i ir..- 3i- . . . -
iae sciio'M isuesignea lor t;ris oniv. miss
80 is an excellent and esijerienceJ teach- I
er, and uicrits the patronage of tha pubiic.
Ei)CCATlOSAL.-We learn with pleasure
of the reopening, on the an !wt.. of the J
Pine Ciove Academy atid Si-tiiinary. We j
lope thif institution may be as pri-spo-ou - j
tinder the care of irs present prii!i-: ;;!; Mr. i
B. F. Hughes of Gcttvs'j-.rg. a it wasuo- I
, , c .. , ... i
dtr that of us former poplar pnucipal, I
Look OUT !-Tiie .coaajre! ,vho nas
,. , . , . '
prowiini aooui, ar.u jneJ to get into the I
kit'.-licn wi'idou-, at the le.sideme of the ed- !
iroroi the JolkxaL, on Monday night last,
'iX? -, ; ;zi z. t,,at ' -yde n.w
wi!h Cincinnati Express East at (I 17 j '"chauni pipe, at Leavy's Hall, on this
; SI.il Wert at 44 p. ni ; Bald Eagle Ex. j (Wednesday) evening. The public are in
HliHiL - vi to attend. Admittance ten cents.
"K" heW Foa SAF.E.-Gardenle7d,7re.sh and gen-
By Rev-W. H --". in ,he M'thdist I U!no' -ust received from the Pi.ila Jelphia
church, uiorrtinz and evening. Sabbath gardens, as well as a quantity of super-phos-eh.wi'at
9 A. M- Prayer meeting, every ! phate lime ami 'bone-dust for agricultural
Thursday trJJ P. M. Communion services ; pur.oo.es at the Drug Store of Ilart.-wicfc &
P r.i aubtb f every month at 10J A. M. i r.. n r i i n r
. Rev iidorff in the Lutheran church ' Ir" ,n' Ck'a' field' 1 ' faP -Sit.
!! better refrain (mm nu-h attempt, i ,he : t'c7iCliCJ-'s JiJmoi,u; Slritl)
f.itrc, !t.t be nngbr kt-re f.;; h; !j peifora-L- . . , ' J
. , , . . r , . ! 'ew'c'J Tonic and Mandrake Pills.will cure Con
let l.y the Contents of a MX snooicr. A j s-;iiii.ii..n. Liver Coii.p!aint R!.d !.-pe-iiia. if ti
.ird to the wie is sufUri nt. ! Kr? '-Jordit.g to aiieetions. They area'! three
to m t.ikii at tho srne time T.'ut elans the
J s'oitiah. relax the liver and put it to work ; then
r-K!T STOI.K;. vv e learn u: !!? sk'.!. !
tcWng ;., oar l.-l-nd..l.ij..r Joan li. ilel
fy, residing at t lis river a'-'..t one r; -
.t ,. , . . . , - . i
a. ve tins plj;-e, wa-st'-i.-o i-it 1 i ia;!v n:;ot I
!... Ti i - i i 1
last. lt.esMtf was paiti'-d au-atu W.th red ,
funnels, and nearly ii.-.v. . tnspt- thai thr !
.i;.TI0, I ; : 1
at. i :i:e i u.eVfS ue
twte.l and .uiiNhcd.
TTrvPTFi. Ti.i r W l .' 4J
. JHi.r.. et-v.l -v-tand tost
nneniifht last tiivk -j..-ii..-!in!i T.. .T..: . I i ,.
drek wh. had but little ft-iir of .n-.n o,-the I
lotour Cilti-ry. a'lemptr: 1 to pry off i
fw stutter from one of t' back win !o.v i
r- .. . t. , ,
.'lirs. Jlgtiteai i Nm s -hoe and hat !
e-tat.li-.lnn.-nt, in this b-trough, but failed
in effect tuc an c trance on a ctomt of the
tr. rtj"h of i ri.r fastenings. Thieving seems
to lie on the increase in our bnroiirli, and it
therefore behooves our buness men to ue
every preirautiou aain-t Lavir.g (lit ir good.
t:o!ea. R-'BBKBV. On Friday nieht ;:; !, Apiii
0, W'tac thieves J.i(i'e into the boot and
-"' -hop of EL 3!ai;L, in this boi.tuph.
I'd t-l tl.en-fr-.io a rr.'.i. .-cr of j.abs of
"ts and " h ics, some If!h-;r, in.d a guitar.
3'""t Si-VJ. Eti.-rt-nes was effected
..,.,. . . -
V'io itach. win-low. .r Ml-j.ii'liiijs
tahied as to who the 'irev. n,a-
I .,. , " I
'";fs is a rather Ren ,n. rtiiy to Mr. '
'!-. a- it i- b- ' a -o tie. : ) 1
.. ', . '" -inen IK j
it b'lsiiittj. li-; ;i y., r i.j,,., j
'i.v 'V !.. di ....... ,.1 . .. !
...J " t '"'UJ' 'Kt- -'1 -"i."-"! t' j
H.'KKiai.n sn Km-m Ac-f-rvr ()- i
t f t .i. .ii,i..i,.i. j
"-' ..it. April ,k;!i. on t ut the to'v.-t j
:J!- aii-I I;."irt-i..i .
. i . ...
if m O'-CP 1 '
V nil.!, near al- I '!.
"i in I,:. i-::i., ... t:,ar
ir lo! to ic ,r. t
1 ,. r tt ,
.1.1- ' . r
! hsd tiot been i
r " Hie t.mr-. !, :t -urtli bill of build j he
-'otlliei ...... ' . . ;o s. wa.-. wai-ieu away i a nrnre s r ec : on . in
,., , ' W,ut"J' "'C owner ,he very last stage of u fin. .nary consum ;' i-n . bis
!-- .r.!-r. Act ori'ili". on I l-h.vfiei.nis Iimv.ii'; prot.ouneed his c.so hope!.--
"--! i:...- -''
at. tito mill was start-
r I he buib-r exu'od i
" 'll: a
trt-i;i,-;., i,.j f. i
Mr.J'ot.mi . -V.
. j, -' n iovr.H r ar.u .'ir. Itioin
"' trema'i l-cid seriously inj ii in;
i-.i-oii an was also at wr.i k in th
Sal 4 , :. i ,x i -1 - , ,1
, ' ''- c "' t"l t . r carried aay the j
part of :ht- ;, Stneal !
f'llii i, 1- , - .1 , ", . j
'-.I.. nlhenvi. e luandcJ by Cih- J
itijchiii-ry ; n h
' ii;t ir;i tragnieols j
tl.e head da bed in
--rr. !.. . . . ,
'm I !l)
tnaiier. la ,
b.Ii(2 picked up
Mie t.npdr.,!-,-ri!tJs from the mil!,)
'' tl, w,.re srH,,.t.r re2u? ..,.,
a.?T?.'V.f"rmi'1 a Perfect and living
Jny ,'n,:-v a horrible and
H,"' ne au.i'y. Some circunistanc
vTeT,'-'1' f';U,'laI a"J fa:a! C3S
tif,", ',;P!'li"'!l to make i's conteiitola-
, t v ,c- Souin months r-uice,
rierj i-V '"" "' ""- ' tin.-afc by an ?x-
SmealV n",:,!,rl: a"l. aecortlinjrly, Mr.
rns ..J"."""'te'' '"r boiler and rn-
ceased riinnino- thrt ,,1,1 wiili
Nation i f huvi-ieii,, t'l,- netrn.-icMn.
J'l-t a he n il t.l.nnf tn rfi
"I'lf-iur,.;, ... ...
' f' 1 i- M , ;! Illf,i;ri)flll j Q
Tb .,J,;ree''''yi''''!;' -;,lf'1 'ban described.
Wi,,. '''"' ic'iavd families and
' ) or
fctxe U 'Lyijl tLc
Jeir sore sorrow
Bee Hives. We direct the attention of
1 ee raisers to the advertisement of Messrs.
Niviing. relating to bee hives.
i Perkins, Lock Haven, is selling tlie best
i .- . j r .,.. . , . ,,
-"" .ciy .uw prices, lie Mire
to call wlure tho bite Pag hangs over the
-' have been re -mestcd to annoum.
T,rx Trn- j
situation is afce.s-.ible and healthy; the terms
liberal ; (be discipline firm and instruction
tr,:.i-ii;;h. The Summer Term opens April
and continue thirteen weeks. J-'or
ejifu'aM teud to II. F. King, A. M., I'rin-
I'nowxn.-Ily reouest, we publi.-h the
y . " . V
J.'.f,- ot April an, rehtmit- to the
j,, ; r M , , ., . ,
drowning of Mr. McAdoo. at tfnoneer dam
in tins cm'.ty: "A ynuns ui.tu, son of 31.-.
n.. , r , ,
"oert ..,2.V1jo, of Aruxtrong tr., this
CJUn,fi'' v:s 'Irowned at the S?pcne-r d ...i on
Suiic!i:niia river, near Lumber City,
,h ev,;!,iHS -Monday, March 2ft h. The
rfl kW'':' SJr- M jA :o. was asi,:in in run-
lii.'u sunk iiiinicdi:tte!y after crossing the
dam, the youi-g man swam a considerable
distance, but tin.- cunent biitig strong his
strength failed bitn and he .-aok to i ise no
nu,ru He was about Sve feet eight inches
high, auburn lifiir, siuooth fjre.":iii,I wor..
a'r pants ana bl-ase coat, ana
." ... taa
I"''1 " i!''':r " ,"is'fir'I(;r when he h-'t
o me. j is t.o.iy tas not yet ueen recover
ed, and any infbmatioii relating I hereto will
Be th.nr.kfuKy rt-etived by the father. Ad
tit' MoAd.m, at Indiana, Pa."
,Jl! Curwn-ville. on Tncs-lay, Ann! 0:1..
Kr.i.s. f S-.-in. Maine, ana Mi,s .Maiiv
P.xtz. of Lajthcr.burg.
f On S.im lav, April 4th. l.60. by D. Pre.-s
irl - 'l-. M"". E. Goonwi v, of' Union
IP ' ,"r,!"',i-v f.f ine, and Miss Hannah
ui....NLrr, ot Ijiady ti).
TlinrsJl4.. A,,r;, ?fl). ;,y j..v j
P.. Wiliia.. Mr. RopKiiT O 'attvh,s.
''.tch-p, and Miss ElueJ.Wil-
"t .1!! o-iV!.,.;.
"" 't:r-"-e i-rotaea goo I ts.e loot nig,?.. airl
fles!, the disea-te 1 matter ripen, in the 1 ngs.Ind
lLe. r.!"'"''t "i.'mi the di.f ase and gets' well
; l,t ls W2J' to cure fbe coneuint tion.
To the-e three medioir.ef Tr .T. H. Siihenck of
ri .lr.delphta. owes hi,- unrivalled success in tho
,1'r!.'',t f i'n!u!iry connmpti.n The I'ul-
"ll:'.'"V rtpeis mo rr.orbtl matter in the
o.,i. n ..-J.-9 tr.rows it on !v an easv c.tp.:tcr
i t on A,r wilt!.' the hlem or n.ntier is t it.e
i n win ttirow ic r. aoti the naticnt has
f- "4 a g 'gin to !ie To eo thii. the
Saaced T..cio and Ma Irake a-sst be frc ly
u.( t- ih, snauh ami liver
U.!.? S,rU? fet,, wiU u,ake SooJ
I-'vcr CVn.p.ai.t is one of the most prominent
C'1U' - S r c',U!U.:"P,!",n h-',ea--' seaweed Ten
.r m: gentle ritulnBt and akerstive. and the
assail ii. the .SNweed. which this preparation is
inula tit. as'Uts tb stomach to thro out the ga-t
trie juice 'o dte"(ve the f..od with the Pulmonic
Syiuii and it ismadeiuto good blood witboutfer
ii'cu':.;l.iu or S'.uruir in the st-m..-h The grat
reason why physicians do cot cut e consum pt ion is
th y tiy to .io ioo much ; ihey gife rae.licine to
t'op the cotih, io stop chi:U to slop eight swea's
hectic fever, and by so doing they derange the
ilu!e digestive ptmerd.luckiiig up tl.e sect etiui.s
oi eventually the pao'riit eu.ks and die.
I'r Fchenck,' in his treatment, does not fry to
s:..p a cjugli night sweats e.hills or fever. Ke
mo.e the e:.n.-c snd they will all stop of their own
- :v.i"d A, ore c.-n Lu curd ot c-'1iiUiLtpiion,Iiv-
ci c .rpptj'rr. d ;. .;' !--ia. catarrh, c irker. ulcer
a'fd Ihroat uali-M the i tver and stomach are mudo
if a fcr'on liaseonsnmptton of course the lungs
ti v tn way are diMtaaeit. either luhcrcles. ab
. uioueuiat irrii.ttton. pleura aaoeston. or
ir.t !ur.o nra a m. ot nitt itmtion an i fa,t dc
- la,fU3lt' c what " '"? It
is not ..my in li:ngs tbt are waste I.liur it i the
-'.oIb body. 'li e stomach and liver have lost
ir power ri. nn.ke blood out of fo-.d. Xow the
j, ciiui.ee is to iakcSchenck t ihree tne.iieit.e.
Ahiih will brifz up a lone to the stomach, the
J .tieti? v.-iii begin want f..-i. it will .li. at eas'ly
..ud make j-mi J flood; then the patient begins to
Sain in Ucsa. au-J a-s woa us the bjily beii.s to
til longs beg n to h;al uo. and the patient
'" 8'-,'-v,""i "" " 0 oi.iy ay to
Wl en tiieiei-no hir.g tiire-tsc, and onlr liver
n u pH,..!, .-enct'CK a neawceu
etiei.f.'i . it itraka Pil s are sMheii-nt wit hour
PuIiu-mo-j Syrup. T.-'ka the Mitdral'u Pi. Is
i-ntMT in i.i r-t:.oiis cm: o:: mil, its Ihcv uic per-
U,:11i!.,M. ' " v
n.- ,!.,., t.a ,-t..v.t .:ntn,r.,n.
':hf..r many years past, and now weighs 21:
n-l I..1 ml t--; hitu to his fate. He was cureil
U-e atet-fHiti tued.c.nes.arid since his recovery
'ary s imil n! nfii : trl have used I'r Scher.ck s
r j'-r 'i"n.. rti ilajmn remarkaole iiucces
i he dirtctions i: ? itnp-iny ing each, make it nut
iib.i.Piieiv tiH.-e s .ry to s( Dr. Schanck . un!es
ibe j at.ctt- vi i-!. their Innga examined, end for
ttiis purj. o.-:- he is I'ro!csioul;y at his Priuoil a! ,
. ff ,e. 1 ;m -phi... every Saturday, where nil i
!" ' for .-..Ivice must be addressed. He is alar
pri.r.s. i. i.ulW at .. ;2 iii-nd Street, New York
e) -r Tuesday. att.I at Xu. :t- Hanover t
Hcston. every o-hcr WeJnu-dsy. lie k ivee advice
f - c - . btit for a tfccrcueh ex,.i,-.:rati,.n with hi.
rooie.or in pil e H 5j. l.tTlee hours at each
.-i.i V A. M to .. P M.
Piico r.l the i'uimonic Syrup and Seaweed Ton
ic e i, h l : per hurtle, ot o ;.( a h.tlf dozen.
Maudrakc l'iiis 2a cunts a box. For tale by all
lip., j. :i. scritNTK.
Ap. 7,Y3 ly la .Y. fi.A Si., riiil a. ra
J. C U N N I N G II A M,
A ITiMiNF.Y AT LAW,
Ecr.I Fta!e Agcr.t and Conveyancer,
rvr.osr: ni..ir. rnrsTr, pa.
Spcial afer.tii-n given to the collection cf claims
Tyron. l'a.. January 27. lS-;9 tf '
jQ KAPE VINES FOR SALE. Alhl.e
leadin-r hardy varieties f first quality
Cnr.ccrd t'uttings. ?l HO per hundred.
Otdcr solicited as soon as convenient and filled
in 'otalion. by A M.illl.I.S.
pi-P.E PUCK LEAD, equal in quality to
EriclNh while lead; OiN. Paints and
Yarni.-bes of all kinds; tiold leaf in books, and
broi rcs for sale by A I. SilA W.
Clearfield, October 2Z, isfll.
L E A li 1" I E L D HOUSE,
FRONT STREET, PHILIPSPUR''.. PA.
I will impeach any one who says I fail to give
direct and personal attention roall our customers.
fail to cause them to rejoice oyer a well fur-
nibet fable, with clean room and new beds,
where a'l may feel at home and the weary be at
test. N'w stabling attached.
- Pliilipsfcurg., Sep. 2, '68, JAS. II. 0 ALER.
i ORGANS AND PIANOS,
OAJUJIASUJ X UAMLLMS,
FOR SALE BY
J. HAYES, Cunvensville, Pa.
FRESH bread always on HAND
and for sale
At the Bakery of
J. A. STADTLEll,
M 17 "6!l-2ra.
WINE & LIQUOR STORE-
I. L. KEIZENSTEIX & CO.,
WIXES AXI) LIQ UORS,
market street,. cleap.fi eld, pa.
A ooJ osaortiuent for mciiicat purposes voIwljs
.Tanuiiry 27. l.S59-6m-.
The Singer Manufaeturi jg CompaDy'g nev
Fnuiiiy Sowing Machine, and the cole
brmtd Florence, for sale at the
Pcronsin irant of machines would do well
to call and examine the Singer and Flor
ence before unrcbaing Lvery ma
chine warmnvi to give Batisfao
Machines nd machine fin lins alw tjj on hant
I Feb 24. IS9 SIVLINi'S A SHOWERS
G. J SirDCB.
LIDDELL & SNYDER,
Stonecutters and Stonemasons,
Will execute all kinds of work in their Hne, at
u)u-:i'iut- prices and a first class style, such as
of all kin is;
SCt LPTTRF. IN MARCUS OR SANDSTONE;
ARCHITECT!! HAL OR NAM ENTS,
in all styles. Ancient or Modern,
Stone dresing for Buildings, and
EVKl'.Y IJ SCIUPTION rF STONE WALLS.
For the latt.-r. they have procured the services
of First rate mojous, and can do any amount of
Having control of the t-est resource for oVtain
ing eveiy kirid of mitarial. -nd having a lull ex
pen"cnee in the liu.-inc-K,lhey can do work cheaper
..t. ;.. I ..- ...... i I . '
' sjio iiimu nua fcver-oeeo atiemptea
i :i ' h i. county
Sh.ip on ileed St . near the Rail Koad Htpof.
Mar ;h i7. J. r
AN X 0 UN CEMENT
SojneiJunf ?tcic in Clear jlcld !
Groat Bargains in Boots and Shoes !
Great Eargiiins in Hats and Caps !
THE GRECIAN BEND HAT!
THE VELOCIPEDE HAT !
THE ALPINE II AT !
SILK II ATS, OF Til E LATEST STYLE !
ALL KINDS and STYLES and CHEAP !
HOOTS ANDSIIOES IN PROFUSION!
Ladies took to yon r interests and call and bco
the late.t end most fashionable styles of
PLAIN ANjJ FANCY SHOES.
Purple. Blue, Pronro and P.isniarck Shoes, for
Misses and Children, of high est.
iiiado a ppeciulity at this store.
-I. C. LKiHTCAP & SOX,
would respectfully announce, to the citizens
of Clearfield and vicinity, thai they have
opened a lareand varied assortment
of JJOOTS, JfOES. II ATS
and CArS.in the Store room
Gfi Market Street, oppo
site the residence of
II. B. Swoopc. E-q , where they will be happy to
wait on all who wish to patroniie a First class
CI Jill t TT Tf k m rTt 1!
OllUL AiMi 11 A I S I I i H IV
HAND MADE CHILDRENS' SHOPS!
FINE BO'lTS ! COARSE BOOTS!
WATER-PROOF BOOTS !
TRUNKS, Ac., 4e.
Call anJ see for yourselves what we
Ii'ive rot for sale.
Bern ember the place,
M A KKET STREET,
Opposite the residence of Ii B. Swoope, Esq
March 31. lS9-tf
f- ROUND AND I7VG ROUND SPICES. Citr in
T English Currants. Fsserce ('cti'cc.and Vine
gar ol the best quali'T forsalebv
Jan IO. I i AKTSWH'K .t IRWIN.
MUSICAL (lOODS.yiolins flutes, fifesclaronets,
accordeons. Italian strings, guitar strings
clarionet reeds mn-ie paper, instruction books,
for sale by J. P. KRATZER. agent for.Pianos and
organs January tt. lSt9
SADDLES, Bridles, harness eollnrs ie.. for
sale at MEKRELL 4 BIGLER'S.
lf!"Ar- AS" , ,"E
! . 'aennaerstgneonaving perfected arrangements
I 18 r'eprd t fill orders for either coalburnt
) or woM tprni mue. ana Authraciie co.il Yard
ai ine KaiiroHt aepui. u XAYLOll
Fi-b 24. ISiJ
Vegetables and Fish.
Having made the ncce,-?iry arrsno-emenN the
undersigned wuM notiry ibe citizen of 'lear
Celd and ricinity. that n and at"r AUr-li'ta
1S9. he will have on hand ard fjr file at hi'.
Shop nn the market lot. Fresh fi-b Sweet and
wane potatoes, ana all vegetables in gca-on at as
low rates a they can bo bought at the car '
March 4. l.-fill b. I:. Ft'l.LLK'i 0NT.
TO. WAOOX MAKEKih7ic7.
!MrTi.nr1.,m,,!'ifrI,.n. f cwn'' with his
SMITH MKP, afiistelara wagon, fl.ih.t ,e.
r-tnb!ishment. A g.wd opportunity ig GVrcii to
a Wagon Maker, who wn-he t ,ro iDto t.UPiuea.
comfortable house (near the op) if oired
February. 10th 18b9. Curweneviile Pa
P. K II A T Z E II,
Dealer in lry Ooodn. Ire Goods Millinery
tJoods. 5 roecriee Hard-ware. Quecnr-ware Ktonef
ware. Clorhiug. Roots. Shoe. Iiat.. cp.' Flour
Kacon. Fish. Salt. eic . i constantlT receiving i.ew"
"upplies from the cities, which he will dispose d
r.t the lowest market prices, to customers i'efore
purchasing clseuhcre examine Li ttuck
Clearfield. August 2;. IK07
F. C. CR0MM.
MEK MIAXT TAII.OK. '
MVHKET STIIFKT, CI.KAUFlKLn. PA ,
Adjoining the residence of J)r J (J. Harifwick.j
Keeps a fine nssortuient of p!,iin and fancv
cloths. ca-isimere, etc.. which he will make up to
order, in the latest styl n. at t ic lowest prices
Heir.g n experienced wo-hman. I.h gnai ni-i-s
entire . a!isjciio!i. A share or public pat,0r,ao
?oljcilei; ,, f
Z U R E N
I n t i- i
i iiMi-i-m i u'.en lnoij'ii
F O It T II i: L A li N 1) U V,
It is warranted not to streak. .,r in any Bi.mr.er
injure the lina-t fabrics. For Faimlr use sold in
five ten and twenty cent boxes. Ea.'U twenty cert
ursmin i. living u.e nines as mtlcti r.luo as- the
five cent boxes, contains a pocket pi.i nishion or
emery bag. For Hotel and large Laundrv use it
is put up in 52 CO boxes
See ;h-teaeh box hasriroper (ride mark For
sale by A. I. .-haw and Hanswick A Irmn." Hi.
"PROCLAIM IT TO ALL THE Vv ORLI)
THE X. I TIO .V. I L B ITTEll S.
ha cttrcd n: ore case of ly;pepsia. more cases of
LIVER -vlPL.IST, m.ir'j onus f XEilV-U
HKAIMC-IIE. FKVKR AAUt ;:. at ,1 mote ca.-cs of
DIMLIIT. Ihfn any other remedy beture the
public in the same space of liuio
IT EUlllt'iES THE BLOOD
clams the mind, restores -deep is an Excellent Ap
petizer, and a general vig.. tutor of tiie System
WALTON A ZLUJ. I'rovriclors,
No 9 N. Seventh St , Philadelphia.
Sold by I'rugg.sts, and Dealers gent ruily.
Feb 21 1813 ti ,o.
CQMKTIHXG NEW AND BEAUTI-
The Photograph Marriage Cerli leate is truly a
ining or rio-e tieauty. It coir-ists of a beautiful
engrarirg with a p'er on the left to insert the
photograph of the Husband, and a place on the
right to insert the p'lo'ograph of the Wife : nc-
compatded with p-snges oteiipture adopted to
each Ac . Ac.
Whit a pleasure it r. ill le. when our hair are
getting gray, to have ban . in in our pallors, a
fceepsako.'" that will remind us of our brnlat
rid yt. nn.i hrhtiil h 'a ill il
All who have been lately msrrid. and those
cent! n.pintii g marr -g? should have them Men
who have been married lor years ate applyit.'
for them. Any competent penman can fill them
Ibe undrr'ijrned is the exclusive agent for tbe
Photograph Marri iire Ccrtifi.-ate. for I leaiGcld.
Centre and Klk c. antit a. They will be sunt t
mail pre paid.
.-end your addrers and get a de.crlplivc circular
g:n-i. .-.o.iress vi . a J'l J'.Ti i . w, .-over.
March 17. 'S'.t-ly. L'leai field Co Pa.
The Mo:t Thriving Town in
Ci earn eld County.
The under-izned offer the lopowing described
Property at PittVATE SALE Lot Xo 31 in the
iteneral plan of the above named Ijor-mgh having
thereon erected a good snd Comfortable two and
one half story ,
G lushed throughout painted in the fill of lfis.
ha , ir five rnotiis and ball wiiU lusement kitchen
and du.jih waiter. A well of excellent water at
the door umter cover
A good fiame 'ifljeo painted same color as tho
house plastered and papered, ice House. Stable
ami other outbuilding s in good repair.
Choice .ijtpfr, Penrh unit Pmr Trtr. and fine
'.rape Vires suited to the c!itn:ile Situated on
the best business street in the Town aurl one of
the best locations for bu.-i-i.-ss For terms ant.ly to
A. LL.TiNE':i Ktil H.
Feb. 2. IRf.9 Osceola Pa.
NJ- E W SPUING GOODS,
JUST RECEIVED AT
'KIRK & SPENCEIiS,
Lumber City, Pa.,
The undersigned would respectfully inform
their customers, anil the public in iteueral. thai
they have just received their Spring slock of
goods, consisting of Dry Goods, liroceries. Boots.
Shoes. Hats. Caps. Fish. Salt. Flour, bacon. Nails,
Paints. Oils. Stoneware Hardware. Queensware,
Baskets. Tubs. Churns. Carpet. Oil cloth, and a
general variety of such articles as are usually
kept in a country storo. all of which they will
sell ci:i:Ar fou cash
They weuld also direct atter,tTor t their latire
stock of Ready-mud. Clothing, which Ihey cl'r
for sale at a small udvuiice uj on cost.
KU:i A SPENCER.
Lumber City Pa .May 8, 1.-..7.
N. B Wo also maiiufactuie to oi-lrr and. con
stantly keep on hand a gi-iier.i! a.-'..rrtnent of
Boots and Shoes, for men. w-ioen r t : . i ehii.-reii.
KIltK A SIMM EH.
A Safe Blood Purifier.
A Splendid Tonic,
A Plea-ait TJeverage.
A Certain Cure
P R E V E N T I V E OF DIS E AS E S
The ZiNfl ARl BITTERS .ire compounded from
a prescription of lhe ci'ebr.ite I l.gi ptian phy.-i
can lot. CllE.iprs, who. afier yeiie of trial and
experiment, discovete.l the Ziuzari Ji'rti the
most remarkable vegetahle produeti-.n. the earth,
perhaps, has ever yielded ccriaiuiy the nul
effective in the cure of dise.ie. It. in combina
tion with the other valuable pro; ertis of which
the ZIN'vJARI BI tTERs is composed, will cure
Dyspepsia. Fever and Agne, Bilious Fcver.Choiic,
Cold?, Brunchitis. Consumption in its fitst stage,
Flatulency. Nctvous Debility. Female Com
plaints, Rheumatism. Dysentery, Acme and
Chronie Diarrhea. Cholera Morbus Chol
era. Typhoid and Typhus Fever, Fever,
Yellow Fever, Scrolula. Di-eases of
the Kidneys. Habitual Costiveness,
Ac-, Ac, Ac,
In the Prkvestiox md Ct nr. of the a hove d is
eases, it has never been known to tail as thou
sands of our most priM.iincnt eitiitens thronghout
all parts of the country, will testify 1 et 'he
afflicted send for circular containing testimoni
als and certificates of 'hose who have been cured
after their cases have been pronounced hopeless
by our best physicians.
F. R 4HTEK . CO..
No ON- Front St , Philadelphia.
Recommended ty Ex lov. David R. Porter, of
Pcnnsy Ivanit. lion Kohert J. Fisher of Penn
sylvania. Hon Edward Mcl'nerson of Pennsyl
vania. Hon Joel B Dinuer of Pennsy Ivanic
Hon. Wm. McSberry, oi Pennsy ivania, an I others
Send for circulars- (Feb. 10th,6titf ly ).
a. a. cr.An.m
N E W V I Pv M !
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS,
WHOLESALE AXD P.ETAIL ULALEP.S
in all kinds of
Dry GooL, Boots and Shoos, Hats
Qticensware, Wood and
Willowware, Flour, Bacon,
Fisli, Salt, etc., etc., ct,
, MARKET STREET,
The Largest, Best and Ciieajiost stock
of goods to be found in the county
is now on sale at
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS.
F0I1 TIIE LADIES
They have Bonnets Silks Coburgs. Alpacas,
Merino. Wool Delnines. Lustres, Oing
hams. Prints. Poplins. Lawns. Sun
shades. Handkerehiefs Kid and
. other ! I. .yes Hosiery. Paimo--rals.
Hoop-skirts, and a
ger.eral variety of rib-lion-,
Buttons. Praids, ec . at the lowest price,
TLey have illaek ard Blue '"..' - I' a.-k and
Fancy Cassiineres,Sat!"inctts. Tweeds. Mel
tons, Weter proof Cloth. Siik. Satin
and common Vesting?, etc., in
great variety, and at prices
that will give gei eral
sati.-faction :o httycis.
Such as Overcoats Dress coats of various qual
ities and prices, Plain'and Fancy Vests,
. Oas.-dmcre and Flannel Overshirts,
Woolen and Cotten ondersbirls.
Handkerchiefs and neck tics,
Cotten and Woolen si cks.
Calf and Kip boots
and Shoes. Gum
Bootsand Shoes. Ha's and Caps, and socn
other articles as are usually tuelid.
Among .hicb may be fouad Carpet .'i! cloilu,
Rugs, Brown Muslins. I'.k-nelied .Muslins,
Drillings, Pillow casing. Sheetings,
Towelings, Table cloths. Table
oovers, Window Eliuds. Cur
tains, TicKitigs and a very
large assortment of
sui-h .irtielcs as
are wanted by hoiuckeepe . and at
prices to tuit the times.
A tall assortment, consisting of Tea and Pin
ner ffet?, PircLers, Cowls. Dishes, ami a.
general varietj- of ware chat will
so lii by the doseo or piece and as
. chenp as it can be purcbfi.'ed
elt-uwLeie iii the county.
Sach as Saws and FHes.Donf Look sand Latch
es, Hinges of all l ir.ds. Augurs. Screws,
Naps. Spines. Taesis. Brads, Sh.ivt's,
Spades, Hoes. Forks. Axes. Halcb
ets.Chisela.Ki.ires and Forks,
Butcher Knives. Carving
Knives and forks,
and all articles usually wanted by the people.
Cot-. I Tt it;
( tf.es. T
s Sj ict-s
Syrups. Dried Fruits, ( uecse Flour, Bacon,
Feed, eic . always on hun aad for
.ale at a imall advance oti coit.
WOOD k WILLOWWARE,
Such as Tubs. Buckets and Churns. Clothes
wringers and Wash boards. Clothes Mar
ket and Dinner Baskets. a general as
sortment, at all times, in store
ar;d f ,r sale iow.
GRAHAM .1 S-JNS roll all articles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country
store. and hence the people generally
will find il to their advantage to
buy goods of them.
M'e are alto extensively engaged in buying
and seli nig all kinds cf Sawed Lnmbor,
and as we intend giving this branch
of bu.-ir ess special attention, we
feel assured thai wecan make
it to the advantage cf
IhosewhohaTelumberforsaletodeal with us.
Orders filled for all kinds of Lumber.
GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.
Grain and country produce taxen in
exchange for Goods.
j.J.CRjrtix. ; r, W. GBAHAB.
3i i h 3 3 33 3
To thk Wokkiso Class : I ni now r. re n area
to furnish all elasse with const ant employment
i u.eir r.omes. ir, wno e ot the time, or lor the
spare mouienis. J ustness new, hgat and pio6ta
. .in. rui - urn.' .- -t.j n-r evoniTiic tseastiv earn
I ed by persons of either sex. and theboysand girls
earu nearly a much as men . Great inducements
are offjred those w ho will devote their whole
time to the business : and. that every person who
sees ttiig notice may send me tbeir atPJrers an 1
test the business for themselves. I mace the lol
lowing nnparalled effer : To nil who are n-u well
satisfied with the bttine-. I will pnd SI to pay
tor the trouble of wriring me Full particulars,
directions. 4c, fent free. Sample sent by mail
for HI cents. Address E C. Ai.t.ES Anirnsra. Me
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The enderstgned. Executors of the Es'ato of
Jasrn Kirk, latu of the Uorough of Lumber ciiv.
deceased, offt r at private sale the following de
soribe.l real e-fate tw wit : Theuodlvided lralfof
about two hundred ner of Ian I sttuate in Union
tonht. Clearfield county Pa . known a, tht
"Union Mills" property About 11 acres of tiie
land is cleared, from iit Io il0 acres is covered
iib excel cut while pine besides hemlock and
olber timt-er. 't he improvements arc a valuuble
grist mill, saw mill, and woolen factory, besides
a good frame Louse and barn. The water power
is goo-i. situated on Andersons creek, ubout 12
miles iibore .'urwensviilo Persons desirous of
scein- the property, can call upon J. R. Arnold,
residing 'hereon. For further particulars appiy
to the undersigned at Lumber city
Inn. 1V69. JOHN I'.USSKLE. Exr s.
MERC IT A XT TAILOR,
HARKr.T TTItFKT. Cl.r. All VI ir I T. 4..
' - -
Keeps on hand atull assortment ,,f Gen's'Fur-
-.ishing Goods, such as Shirts, (linen and woolen
i.rioersinrts Drawers nnd socks .Neck ties Pocket
Handkerchiefs. Glores. Umbrellas. Hats, etc . in
great vurioty. Of puoe goods be keeps the best
CLOT!!?, (of, ere-.y shntr.)
VI.A':x DOESKIN VASSIMEliE. of th
btt FANCY CASSIMEKES,
in ere il variety: A!" French Coatings. Beaver,
Pilot. Chinchilla. and TricottOyer coarine. which
will he sold che-p for cash, and made up accord
ing to tr.e ltest styles, by experienced workmen.
Also, ag-nt for 0!osr6e!d county, for I M Singer
A Co s Sewing Machines. Nov. I. I3H5.
II EJ1UV A Ii !
C. KRATZER k SONS,
Have removed to the large and elegant NEW
r- 1 cm l. K'.'l M. on Secoiid t-trcet. a.l i , n tin Mor.
rcll Bigler s Hardware Store, where they will
be p!eaed to see their old and new customers.
Citizensof the county visiting Clearfield, and
wishing to tnaks "purchases, will find it to thuir
advantage to examine thoir stock.
Goods at cash prices exchang. d for all kinds of
Tou-ttry produce Jan. C.'A9.
E R. L.STOUGIITON,
MARK FT STREBT, CLEAItriELD. PA.,
Would respectfully inform the citizensof Clear
field and yiciniti. tha' he has opened a new tail
oring estnbli-bment in Shaw's Row. one door east
of the Post fli and has just returned from the
eastern cities with a large and elegant stock of
Cloths, Cassimores, Nestings,
Beavers, &c, and all kinds of Ools for
Jiiea and Imys wear, and is
prepared to make tip to order C. , 'THI X'l. from
a single article to a full suit, in the latest styles
and most workmanlike manner. Special atten
tion given to custom rfc, and cutting out for
mi i. an.t noys lie otters great harjainsto cust.e
tners udI w arranlscntire satisfa-iioa. A libeial
share of public patronage is solicited. Call and
examine the goods.
Oct 1ft. ISii?. E. R. L.fSTOranTON
Selling at Low Prices.
at the store of
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.,
Choice Eastorn flour, from the counties of
Juniata, Centre and Huntingdon.
Wete-n flour, such as City Mil's. Srow
fiaks. White-water, and o'her sel ctea
Soger cured ifsms. (best quality. Bacon,
and new Mess Pork by the barrel.
A few tons of Plaster, by the Ion or hundred,
in bags or barrels warranted pure.
Eye chop. Corn laea!. Mixed ehop and Mill
feed . .
Most b6o!os9d out before the 1st of April next.
March 10.1H39 ALEXANDER IRVIN.
F. N A U G L E ,
GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFIELD
The undersigned rosnoctfally informs his old
customers and the public, that he has on hand,
(and constantly receiving new additions,) a large
stock of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry.
CLOCKS, a largo variety from the best Man
ufactory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour
spring and Weight, and LoverB. Timo, Strike and
IV A 'I'CIT ES afine assortment. o 'silver Hunt
ing and open case American patent Lovers, plain
and full jeweled .
G'tLIJ TENS, an elegant assortment, of the
best quality. Also, in silver extension and desk
SPECTACLES, a large assortment, far and
near sight, colored and plain glass.
JEWELRY oi etery variety, from a single
piece to a full set
A LSO. a fine assortment of Spoons. Forks, but
ter knives. etc.. plated ongenujue Alabata.
ALSO. Hair Jewelry. with pure gold mounting
got np to order. Call and see sample book.
Ail kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry care
fully repaired and Warranted .
A continuance ot patronage Is solicited.
Nov. 2-ti.. 183a. ' li F. NALGLE
Tho Third Scsrion of the present S.-holastic
ytarof this Institution, will commence on Mon
day, the Sth day of February. lSti9.
Poplls can enter at any time. They will be
charged with tuition from the time they enter to
the close of the session
The conrsc of instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical and accom
plished education of bc-th sexes.
The Principal having bad the advantage of
much experience- in his profession, assures pa
rents and guardians that his entire ability and
energies will be devoted to the mental and moral
training of the youth placed under his charge.
Terms or Tuitios:
Orthography, Reading. Writing and Primary
Arithmttic. per session, (11 weeks.) S5 00
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, and Histo
Algebrj.Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration
Purveying. Philosophy. Physiology. Chemistry
Book-keeping, Eotany, and Physical Geoera
phy. " sa.00
Latin. Greek and French, with any of the a
bove branches. $12,00
itrNo deduction will ba made for absence.
For farther particulars inquire of
Rxv. P. L. HARRISON-. A .
July 31, 1867. Prinoipal.
YEW BOOT AND SHOE SHOP.
E D W A R D M A C K ,.
Market Stroet. nearly opposite the re&i Jenoe of
11. II Swoope. Esq.,
Would respectfully announce to th citirens of
Clea'Seld and vicinity, that he has opened a
Hi T ANI SHOK SlKip, in the building lately
occupied by J L Cuttle. a law offioe and thai he
is determined not to be outdone either in quality
orworif orprices ecial attention given to the
manufacture ot sewed work. French Kip- and
tail s-kins, of the best quality, alwava on hand.
Cive him a call. Jane 24. 64..
JJ O M E IX DCSIEI !:
BOOTS AND SHOE
i3ie to OrJcr at the Lowest Bates..
The undery-Vnttd would reDectf.iHv iVirit. ii..
attention of the citizens oT Clearfield and vicia-.
tj. to give him a call at his shop on Market St
nearly opposite Harts .rick A Irwin's drug store,
where he is prepared to make or repair any thi je
iu his line. -
Orders entrusted to him will be extent. with
promptness, strength and neatness, and all work
warranted as represented.
I have now on bs.,.1 .,.. r .....
fiJ,f,Kk.i":.E.a,.pe.rh t?1"''cr toP9- i win
June 1 .1th. 1S. DAN TEL CONNELLY
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
MAM-rirrrsKR .r,lvoLi:jAit RrTAtu
Dbaleh in Cioars An Tobacco,
nnM respccttuliy announce that he has rsmor
ed to the large and commodious store-room on-
I , ' -. " w.M-pe. usq., where
7. ' 0P"nc' K";ral aseortmeut of Tobacco,
) .'J, .:? 'I' " h K !' Pre.l'"'l tosell, whole,aie
I"""" ,n resiacoceof It B Swor pe. Esr, , where
v. n t lotsuimijie prices-.
Ji'" "7 roa1 V ,he v"-y ' material,
and m style of manufacture will compare wiib
Ihose of any other establishment..
He has always on hand a superior art-do of
chewing and smoking tobaccos, to which he di
rects t,e attention of - lovers of the weed "
P'V STORE AND SAW MILL,
AT BALD niLLS,
The undersigned, having opened' a large and"
wel selected stock or goods, at Bald Hill- Clear
fie.d county, rc-pectfuilysolioit .share of public
Their stock embraces Dry Goods. Groceries,
.- .vvuiij.nr.iin. iirs,;ootnn(i Shoes
ami Cups, tjeody made Clothing, and a sen
assortment of Notions, etc.
assortment ot .Mltii,n
j riZVi:Viy of" F"d b"' f
j Bds sold cheap for cash, or exchanged for
ii ; i":,....'-v'-,r"if-.
Having also erected a Steam Sow M;tl it,.,
predared to saw all kinds of lumber to order
Orders solicited, and punctually filled
Nov. 20, 1361. F. B. A A. IRWIN,
g O M E T H I N G NEW
Clearfield county, Tena'a.
The undersigned having erected, daring th
past summer, a large and commodious store room
is now engaged in tilling it up with a new an
select assortment of Fall and Winter goods, which
he ojers to the public at prices to suit the time.
11 is st-ek of Mens' and boys clothing is r usual
ly extensive, and is offered to eustnmers at fron
S10 to32(l for a whole suit. Flour. Salt.and liro
ceries. ol every kind, a complete asset tmenf
Stoves and Stove pipe, a heavy stock ; Boots and
Shoes. Hats and Caps in great variety: Ladies'
dress goods, fnrs. and otherfancy goods, together
with an endless assortment of notions too tedious
to enu.oerate. always on hand, and sor sale verr
oheap. Prints at 1 cents a vatd.and other gooaa
in pioporjion Now is the time to buy.
Country produce of every kind, at the hieheT
market puces, will be taken in exchange for
good; and even Greenbacks will not b r.t..j
'r any article in store. Examine mv siiv-k k..
I tore you buy elswhere.
tctoticr dd.lrfii II. SWAN
GOOD aSD CHEAP. '.I
Men. Yonths and Boys can be 'uplpied with fall
eoauuauic buu insuionahle clottiingat
KKIZENSTE1N BltOS & CO.,
where it is sold at prices that will induce their
porehaso. The universal satisfaction which bas
been given, has induced them to increase their
s'oek, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of ths kind in this part of the Stat.
Reizenstcin Bro's i Co.,
Sell gods at a very small profit, for cast, j
Their goods are well made and fashionable-.
They give every one the worth of bis money.
They treat their Customers all alike.
They sell cheaper than every body else.
Their store is conveniently situated
They having purchased their stock t fedaced
prices they can sell cheaper tl an others
For these and other reasons persons shoald buy
their clothing at '
REIZKNSTEfN ButTS CO
I roduce of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. May 18, Ibti4
KEW SPRING SIOC Kt
J. SHAW k SOX.
Have just returned from the easf and are now
opening an entire new stock of goods in the room
formerly occupied by Wm. F. Irwin, on Market
Street, which tbey now offer to the public at tho
lowest cash prices.
Their stock consists of a general assortment
Dry Goods, Groceries. Queensware, Hardware
Boots, Shoes. Hats. Caps. BonneU, Dres, tioods, , .
Fruits, Candles Fish, Salt, Broom,, Rails, etc., "
in fact, everything usually kept in . reai or.'
can be had by calling at this .tore, or will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well selected, and consists cf ,n.
newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latest
styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for eash,
or exchanged for approved coantry prodeeev
Re sure and call and examine oar stock VSefore
making your porchases, a, we are determined
Please all who may favor n. ;. .t...- ,
' " tucir custom.
May 8, 1 S67.
. J-SHAW SON
CVER, Timothy and Orchard-grans seed sat
PD. PERKS 4 Co's flour, the best f markeTWr
.1 ,a!e b? J MJ AWA-'X.
ete . for sale at i R A H A M 'S.
CABLE CHAINS good article, on band and
forsaleby MKRKELL A BIULtK.
JSHA. A SON now offer there whole stock of
woolens for less than first ooat in Pbila
CHILDREN'S furs twen.y-five per oent less than
cost at J. SHAW t SON.
-VfERYFfNE blanket will ho ,a7hw
J- PF1AW A SOX.
il HE highest maiket prices paid ft Sb-rle
k 5? J SHAW A SON,
SPRING GOODS.JUst opening a splendid took
of new goods at C KRATZER A SONS.
FODDER CUTTERS of asup-rior mak. -for
fZfJ T"lfana ,e Pfiei; at MEKR r LI. an,