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"V -c To insn-e the safe transmission
T P v, mail patror.3 should remit by check
rfBorey " bave their letters registered.
i ift-rflM Railroad.
Tvroneat : : : 9.00m
rrr. Clearfield t : : 1 00 tu.
.' C'erfield a : : : 2.00 p m.
V.Tyroueat: : : : 5.50 p.m.
- ;.h Cincinnati Express East at 6 17
CMCM ii wtt at i P- m : U F.agle tx
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Pr-.T.-inr l;.vine services wi
iii be held
i,Sl L Y II l'i'l. " ,he Methodist
cVr(t" t"i T'v I'ver noting, every
M-1Vk)I ., ft,..,,..,.,..,.. Koxviirps
n . 11 -v Vixi'rff i" Lutheran church
;n the niormmr aii-I eveiiliif.'.
1 g. ur. Ijv.-s in the lVtpttst Church.
; the morn. nir. ....
St. Fian.-i' t-'i'ircli JIsn ftt IOj A- i
, l. C 1
,!, ovoixl an I lourwi ojn"'
F.ir Splendid 't..los, at low piioes, go to
Ha. Reed V
Ir-PEAR two Administrator's notice?.
T tnir.s. if vnii want tin; h-t
pod Faia-ol or Fan, gc
to Wai. llecd fe I
F'l" r t.r: -i I i'?! ! f per--oni! rrnp
(ry ,,- ( wzt; Thorn. I'eaJ his advertise
Eont, pub'l-lu'd to day.
F:)fXi soni i iiiriev, in the Lutheran
Church, several we.'ks ao. By cnliin? at
ihii tlfn-c. and pivin a description, the
owrtT can 1 ave the ssnw.
Foil ?.I.E. (5arden seed.frsh a:-.d pen.
tine, just rceivi.'d (,-o:u th-j Fhila doiphia
jrdt'ii, aw'I a quantity of'.uper phos
phu'1? lime and bono dust for agricultural
purposes, tli( lrus Store of Ilartswick &
Lwin, CV.i.fiM: Fa. fap 13 4t.
.IaD Does The I'liiiipslurg Journal.
pf Saturday lat. says: "A dog. howing ev-iJi-nt
igr,slll hydrophobia, wa killed on our
Mreetsoti .atuidny, April I th, by Mr. J.
Swartz. Another unfortunate canine came
to his d ''h j-X't in lrotit ut the post oflice
hi m tin; f ffects of a do-e of strychnine."
CixutnH.u AciE.WY. The fourth ses
Finn -if present seolastte year of this in
ttiriiticii will cnmniC-nee on Monday, April
CtVli. lsr,.). I'-ider the judicious manage
t! :L ! l'..'T
'essor Ilaiii ;oo, the A -adeiov is
i-iiiu in popnlavity and liseliiiot.-s, and
. a c!.o i! in 1 ai niuji r::i.ks r. ith the te.-in-ti:ut:.)iis
id the kind in the Siute.
"(JrKKii Machine." Last week, a conn
ty!ri) i-iiiiif t. insit. and seeiu,; a rub
luilcr on the .-i'-'e wi'.k. he stopped to ex
auiitie it. Ai'it-r ey. ins it intently forsome
luiiiiifiitsl.e "x -l.-o-oed. 'V oil tdiat laq-jerr
l;:a-.iii!;.-; a tip. !-.', I believe, tluy call
i:; woti-.b-r h :x i'h v matiago to !ii:ike it
e7" and Ins w:i!kt-d oil", auiid.-t the .-houts
aid jeer.-of a iloiiI-it 'f .-ni.i.'i buys.
iwiy :i-dcd that be had .-eva a secutue
A-hfm ! To weeks sin e we referred to
the fait i!i..t a "veiiw.-iped-i school" vri an-t:"!;ii-.-
d "b; a ''.''(" in Alrooiia. and won-il.r;-1
il f'j-s wi-i e.imposed of "'men or
in :!.'i?" ft -"' i .c r-piies to our query
tim-: ' !) ir ,i-e aTI jmir lr;r;eif, con-
"s".!it-iitV a cArv of ihe two-'egged kind
'Van't le I'ii without importation."
(.'titain'y ! Mr. Ti i'.nnf.. Bat where the
iii '.'t'.-iiy of imjortin Ll.telx, when you
have nn h i'! 1 n f.i!! su; plr of genuine four-Kf-'
d h. 'Jrl ' which (we are led to infer
fritu yi.-ir j iT.M.ssirii,-'; are iudigciiom evtn
to the latitude . fthc Triliime otTe.e?
AsInvau-ak!.;: Fim.paratii'in. The at-
Untioii of o'tr n a b rs directed to tbe ad-V-ii-m.-tit
of Ir. L. Q. (.,'. Wishart's I'ine
TreeTir Cardial, for the cure of Consump
vinf ... I.uiig-. etc. This v laable rT'-'V
t ,i nu t with such an in:"ea-ed do
fr l .l-nii, the past few rear.-, t lie propvie
tJt !:V i.if.n-l i nuees-Hry to increase I he facil
ii.: it.atti-.lac nrititf. and lias now one of
Li! -oratoii'.'.- iii Philade'phia and I
1. is r?,-,i
v r..ii...v...i l.w w il...rc..iiiw nl ui
nii!ii'd'i!is store No. 21- Xorih !
;i'!'t. Viii'adt 1 !:. Some of tlu-
' i:t ii.' 10
rs in toe
t .! S
ti.e d.Mii.-itid for Yi:!i:irt"
' " ' t.e'I'-.:- ! ,r ii.:I i-- gieafor at the prcs- i
" !'.!-.. ::ny ether Patent Medicine in
bt-r.'r 'i'.: :::.,: .If;
VS T.ti.i, l-.vi; C-eea
' In -- r. . I
. .1 u i );!., i 1
M.-ir I;- :. A U. Tate,. I. V. B it
K-:;. V. lw rd Ai'. s.. Kitj i'i Smral. Brad
1 'i. J loi t; i;,-.c. i:.-.i.u-
S ('. D-ia'.ifi. (.:iii;,t, I.-aac Sollcy,
"-n. i P. Hi. (:;.,;. C!er.i field, I.
J' I'! Mil. S Mil.-I ..II l! k".-,l..r Il..f.1tlll-
li li:::.! Ii.i Il i! 1,., 1 l.'n,n......
f':n. .1. K,. hart. Ferguson, T. B Ia
L An;:-ti..ng. J. Henry, tlinn-d, F.'
!' v -r. .I t-tin i'ie. ;.ahati). John S. Ju-0-
Juiii, Crts.-twell. Hu-tou, J.
11 iit, Jui.ii Tler. Kier-s. Oeorge
' "- ai.l Smith, (Irren, Bell. Kart
er., (',. ;i;, .oiidoi-n. Lnwrenee, I. L.
" "-'Ur. I'.kf, ! bomasNorris. Wocdward,
J-Curruliu.,, J 0. Forest.
Tin: Lte Kplo?ion The P'ui'ij.sburg
J-'hrn-if sp,.;i'Kiug of the late boiler explo
n at V.,r.aeet .n, by which Elijah Siuea!
' r-cs i:.,si w. re kill. il. av- thai af.
'-r t : e :i: i .1 I-.-,. J h.-ttn stoppi be.ai! e the
t- in bad condition. thivVni:i:encel i
')run a'uiti l,v -tUo adviee of au engineer
and machinist from Ch arfield. who told
( thcru ifihey wou'd keep plenty of water
10 the boiler ami e;irry ieaonable pressure
" "'mid d the work required." This is a
I'Whlio. The "engineer and machinist"
f.-nra CiearlitlJ examined the boiler, and
i them ru-st distinctly that it could not
w ued with safety that it was in a most
danserous an unsafe conditon. Our con
teuiporary U moreover mistaken abiiut "the
er having become low in the boiler" and
"u-in? the explosion. The evidence be-
e tu inquest showed, that there
Pienty of water in the boiler.
Cabinet Chang es Cuban Inscrrec
tion New Spanish Ministry. Thee an
nouncements are all attended with more or
less exeiteiuent of the public ruind not so
the arrival of a cheap, choice and varied as
sortment of Fresh Spring anJ Summer Goods
at the Mammoth Store of Bennett, Blatten
berzer& Co., iu Osceola, whose system of
business, as inaugurated eighteen months
aeo, has become as agreeable nnd common
as "household words," and is taken as a
matter of course. Best goods at lowest
prices, is their Trade Mark and Motto.
The Miner's Strike. Reports reached
here, last week, of a "strike" among the
miners at I'owciton,' Osceola, PhiHpsbtirg.
etc., in reference to which we copy the fol
lowing particulars from the Philipsbuig
Journal of April 17th : "The strikers, who,
for some little time have been quiet, are
again on the "war trail." On Friday they
came out in full force, numbering about one
lint. . If.. .1 ..r.,1 tu... ii...,: ( I 1
" vv ,:' ' ' ""H w--cciia.
they m.ido tiR-ir first decent upon Powelton.
calling out the minertf engaged iu the mine
and enJeavoi ing to dissuade them from work,
and with very good success. They visited
the Enterprise on the same day, and ou Sat
urday they took up their line of march tor
the mines in this vicinity, stopping at the
mines on ti e route, where the same perform
anoe wa gone through with. Considerable
t ......,.. . i i
w"3 crei.eu uy uieir parage
rlir.iiKrii ,A,i'n . 1 . .
the Djrbyand Xuttal's mines. Aniving at
the Derby ihcy iound the .superintendent.
Mr. J. S. Hubbard, on hand, who ordered
them to h:dr, iel!in them that he did not
feel warranted in allowing them to come on
his premises until he was informed of their
objeet. After a short parky they passed on
to Xnttal's n.ine where they were received
by Mr. MeOaffey, the .superintendent, in the
same luinner, when satisfied that no good
could come from their attempt at coercion,
they dispersed ; and, we believe, it would
have been very imprudent for them to have
made any violent demonstrations. We un
derstand the miners not engaged in toe
strike are at work ana have no fears of any
interruption, ns they are confident that the
people will lend them their assistance in ca-e
they should need it."
The publishers of "Once a Month of
fer to sen I the first six months' numbers for
I Sti'.l ( from January to J une), far Jiff i cents,
in order to let the people see the Magazine
and become acquainted with the rare excel
lence of its reading matter. If you want
nearly 00; pages of about the best and most
entertaining reading to be had, send T. S.
Ait', ur it ."'oils. F'.ii'a klphia, the tiiflo of
on cents, and you w:il. take our word for it,
make a first class investment. "O.NCK A
Month' is not surpassed for beauty, ex
cellence and variety by any magazine pub
ttrni:v s Ladv'h Book. This- montl 1
lor May, is certainly equal to any of its pre
d'M-e-sors. Tire fashion plate is unusually
brilliant and hand-ome the illustrations of
costumes excellent and instructive the cn
grat ings beautiful, and the reading matter
hiijliJy cnterl;niiiir. I'riee. a ve.-ir
Jre.s L. A. Uudoy, i'hil a, I'a.
ArtTiirn's Home Magazine. -The May
number of this pleasing and interesting
monthly is out. It contains many articles
of interest, besides giving instructions for
cooking vegetables 5J way.- a very useful
feature in this r.iagaziue. Price, $2 a year.
T. S. Arthur & Sons, Publishers, Phila
Lady's Friend Tins much t.dmirc.1
magazine for May is before us. It contains
its usual vnritty of novelties, besides a very
rich fa-hiou plate, and other engravings.
The literary a-.-tie'es are good and entertain
ing. Priee. $2,30 a year. Published by Dea
con &. Peterson, Philadelphia, Pa.
The CmrmENS Iloca, for May. is re
ceived. It is a highly interesting and in
structive little work for childreu. Every
family should take a copy. : Prica ?1.25 a
year. Address T. S. Arthur & Sons, Phii
-' OiED :
Oa Mareh 21.-t. 1 SCO, Fcteu AtiNoj.li. at
bis resiionec near LuLhersbiirg, of laralysis,
l .,.... o !,.. 1 il .1.,. ..
. !.-, - iinimii-i .11.11 J u.ti.-.
A'-o, mi ;be 12th April, ISG'.!, Sl'SANNAH,
wi.e of P,ti-r Arnold, (dee'd), after a lingi r-
J itisr iiisi ;i-e terminating in dropsy, agetl i.J
I years, 5 months and Is days.
United iu life tbr fifty years and five d ys,
they rai-cd a family of five s-ons nnd three
u.niglteis one of thelatter preceding them
' to eternity. T;.oy wcie separated by death
only twenty-t wo days. Tiiey removed from
oik count) to Ciea.!i'!d county. Pa., and
semen near jvitiior-mirg in April tr
! :;2 years ago ; and here the blessing of God
1 rested abundantly on them and their fanii
1 ly. For yi-ars they professed Chri-t, lielong
i in- to the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
I The loved to hear prayer, and were much
cnL'aned in it during their sickness. Fait
well ! I 111 we meet again. J. tt.
On Tli'ir-lay. April 8th, ISG1.), John L.
M'l't'l.I.V, of Boccaria tp., aged 4s years
and G days.
i L E ARFIELD II O V S E ,
FRONT STREET, PHILIPSEUKfi. PA.
I will impcji b any on who hits I fail to rive
dirertand personal ai'entinn lo all onr customers,
or fail to muse tlieui to rejoice over a well for-fii.-bed
table. wi:h clean nioiiia and new beds,
where a ' 1 may feel at home and the vearj be at
rei-t. New stablir.z attached.
Pbilipsbnrg, ?ep! 2, fi3. JAS. H AI.E.Rj
c. r R 0 M M ,
li.VSKET STUEET, C LKAB F1KLO. PA..
(Ad joining the residence of Dr. J G. Harttnick,
Keeps a fine assortment of plain and fancy
olutb. oaviimeren. etc.. which be will make up to
order, in tl.o latest stylex. at t le lowest prices
Ueinp an experienced workman, he guarantees
entire :a:iflac!ion. A share of public rarron.ige
sol ioitcd. I&n. 20, fill 'f.
Z U K E N
(Concentrated Indigo. 1
OR THE LA UN b R
FOR THE LA UN DRY.
It is warranted not to streak, nr in any manner
injure the 6nest fabrics. For Family iue gold in
five. ten and twenty cent boxes. Each twenty cent
bjx. besides haviiig fire times as much blue as the
five eent boxes. contains a pocket piu cushion or
emery bag. For Hotel and large Laundry use.it
is put up in S3 00 boxes
See tht each box bas proper trade mark. For
laic by A. I. Sfeaw and Harts wick St Irwin, t'3
ScJienck's Pulmonic Syrup,
?eewcod Tonic and Mandrake Pills.will care Con
sumption. I.ier Ou.plaint and Dyspepnia. if ,t.
Keo ac-;ording to directions. Tbey are all three
to be taken at the same time Tby cleanse the
stomach, relax the liver, and put it to work ; then
the appetite becomes good, the food aigesU and
makes good blood, the patient begins to grow in
flesh the diseased matter ripens in the 1 ugs.aud
the patient outgrows the disease and geta well.
This is tlia only way to cure the Coisuiuption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Scbenck, of
Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled success in the
treatment of pulmonary consumption The Pul
monic Syrup ripens the morbid matter in the
4uns. nature throws it off by an easy expectora
tion for when the phlegm or natter is ripe, a
slight cough will throw it off. and the patient has
rest and tbe lungs begin to heal To do this, the
Seaweed Tonio and Mandrake Pills must be freely
ued to elennse tbe stomach and liver, so that tbe
Pulmonic Syrup aid the food will make good
Liver Complaint is one of tbe most prominent
causes of Consumption bchenck's seaweed Ton
io if a gentle stimulant and alterative, and the
alkali in the Seaweed, which this preparation is
mada of. assists the stomach to throw out tbe gas
trie juice to dissolve the food with the Pulinuuio
isyrup ami it is made into good blood without fer
mentation or souring in the stoma.:h The great
reason why physicians o not cuie consumption is
tney try to do too much ; they give mediume to
Hop the couh. to stop chills, to stop night sweats,
heotic fever, and by so doin they derange the
whole digestive powers. locking up the secretions
and creu.'uully the puf eut sinks and dies,
Pr Solieock. in his treatment, does not try to
stop a cough, night sweats chills or ferer. Ke
lum e the caue nil J they will all stop of their own
accord No one can he cured of consumption, liv
er couiplaiut. dyspepsia, catarrh, canker, ulcer
ated tin oat uiiiesa the liver uud stomach are made
If a pcrjon ha?consumption.of courso the lungs
in some way lire diseased, either tubercles, ab
scesses, bronchial irritation, pleura adhesion, or
the luugs are a in tss of in ft mi ition ana fast de
cayiug Iu such cises what must be done? It
is uoi only ihe luo;; that are waste l.but it is the
"bole body. TLe Momach and liver have lost
their power to make blood out of food. Now the
only chnrice is to lake Schciit-k's three medicines,
which will bring up a tone to the stomach, the
patient will begin want food, it will dig. st eas'ly
nnd make good blood; then the patient begins to
g:iin iu tlusb. and as soon as the body begins to
grow, the lungs beg u to heal up. and the patient
gets fleshy ami well, '.'his is the only nay to
When there is no lung disease, and only liver
complaiiit and dyspepsia, Sdienck's Seaweed
Toiiicaiid M:indrakc Pills are sufficient without
the I'ulujonie Syrup. Take the Maiulrako Pi. Is
freely in all bilious couiplaiuts, as they are per
Dr. Stliei.ck. who has enjoyed uninterrupted
healtirfor raauy years past, aud now weighs 223
pounds, was wasted away to a mere skeleton, in
ibo very last stage of auluionnry consumption, his
physiciuns having pronoui.ced his case hopeless
and abaudoued him to bis fate. He was cured
by the at'oreeaid ujed'.ciiies.uud since his recovery
many siuiilarlv afflicted havo used Dr Scheni-k's
preparations a itb the same remarkable succef i
The directions accompanying each, make it not
absolutely nece-9ry to see Dr. Schaock. unlets
the patients wish their lungs examined, and for
this purpose he is Professionally at his Principal
tiffiee, Philadelphia, every Sa urday. wbeie all
letters lor advice must be addressed. Me is also
professional! v at No 32 liond Street, New Tork,
ever oiher Tuesday, and at .No. 33 Haoovcr "t..
lioston. every other Wednesday. He lives advice
free, but for a ihorourh examination with l.ii
liespiroinetor the price is S5. Offiue hours it each
city from 9 A. .M to 3 P. M.
Trice of the Pulmonio Syrnp and Seaweed Ton
io pueh SI 50 per t.ottle. or So ill a lialfdoien.
M.mdmke Pills 25 cents a box. Tor kale by all
Dlt. J. II. SOHKNCK.
Ap. 7.'P9 Iy 15 .Y. fth t.. .Phil', Ta
SPRING & SUMMER
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DllY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
WHITE GOODS, SHAWLS,.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
FURNISHING GOODS, &.c,
Having selected our stock with the greatest care,
' we cannot be surpassed in Style and Quality.
All our goods w ill be sold at a c lose cash
price, so that purchasers will find it
to their advantage in calling on us.
Having fitted up a separate room for Hats and
Caps and Sttaw Goods, the finest assortment
of these goods will be kept.
WM. REED & CO.,
Market St. Clearfield, Fa.
April 14. 18119
PROCLAIM IT TO ALL THE WORLD
THE XATfOXAL BITTERS.
has cured more eases of Dyspepsia, more cnes of
MVERC1M1'LI'T, more csas of NtJItVuUs
HKADACHE FEVER AAtJL'K, and more eases of
DfKILITi. than any other remedy before the
public in the same space of time
IT I'URIFIES THE BLOOD ;
clams the mind, restores sleep, is an Fxccllent Ap
petizer, and a general vigorator of tbe System.
WALTON ZVii. Proprietors,
No tf . Sevcmh St . Philadelphia.
Sold bv Drngg.sts, and Dealers gent rally.
Feb 24 1S59 mo.
OF 4LL EIXDIi, A'.SO
Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying
Presses, Improved Money Drawers, Ac. ,.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.,
102 Second Avenue, near Wood 8t , '
Apr.7-6m. ' Stales Promptly Rrpairtl.
J. C U N N I N G HAM,
A i-TOrSNEY AT LAW,
Keal Estate Agent and tooveyanoer,
TTB05E. BLAIR COC5TT, PA. I
Special attention given to the collection of claims.
Tyron.Pa , January 27, 1860-tf. ,
ORGANS AND PIANOS,
ESTYS AND MASON & IIAMLLNS,
FOR SALE BT '
S. J. IIAYF.S, Curwfinsviile, Fa.
TO RAFTSMEN. -
FRESH bread always on HAND
and. for sale
At the Bakery of
J. A. ST AD TLE R,
M 17. '69-2m.
WINE & LIQUOR STORE-
I. L. REIZEN8TEIN i CO.,
DEALERS IU - .
WINES AND LIQ UORS,
MAl'-KET STKtET. CLEAKFIELD, PA.
A good assortment for medical purposes always
January 27. ISo9 6m.
The Singer Manufacturi jg Company's net
Family Sowing Machine, and the cele
brated Florence, for sale at the
Persons i a want of machines would do well
to call and examine the linger and Flor
ence before purchasing Every ma
chine warranted to give Satisfac
tion. . . ' .
Machines nd machine fin dings always on bant
.Feb 21. 1SH9 XI VLI SCt A SHOWERS
o j suvcrii.
Stonecutters unci Stoiie masons,
Will execute al I kinds of work in their line, at
moderate prices and a first class stylo, auch as
C EMETERY. WORK,
of all kinds;
SCtLPTL'RE IX MARBLE OR SANDSTONE;
AIICI1 ITEUTl? l: AL OI1N A M ENTS,
in all styles, Ancient or Modern,
Stone dressing for Buildings, and
EVERY IiFhCItlPTIOX OF STONE WALLS.
For the hitler, they havo procured the services
of First rate uiajous, and e .n do any amount of
Having control of tbe l est resources for oVlaio
ing eveiy kind of uiateri il, ' ud b.kvinga lull ex
perience in the bu.ine-s. they can do woik cheaper
and iu better style than has ever been attempted
ill tt is county
Shop on Keed St , near the Rail Road Depot.
March 17. ill).
Something new In Clcarjield !
Great Bargains in Boots and Shoes !
Great Bargains in Hats and Caps !
THE GRECIAN BEND HAT!
TILE VELOCIFEDE HAT !
THE ALPINE HAT !
SILK II ATS, OF Til E LATEST STYLE !
ALL KINDS and STYLES and CHEAP!
BOOTS AND SHOES IN PROFUSION!
Ladies look to your interests and call and see
tbe late it and mint fashion.ihlo styles of
PLAIN AXi) FAXCY SHOES.
Purple. Blue, Bronze and Bismarck Shoes for
Misses and Children, of high cut.
' made a speciality at this store.
J. C LIGHTCAP & SOX,
would respectfully announce, to the citixens
of Clearfield and vicinity, that they hnve
opened a large and varied assortment
of BOOTS, SHOES IIAIS
and CAPS.ln the Store room .. '
oh Market Street, oppo
site the residence of
II. B. Pwoope, Efq . where they will be happy to
wait on all who wish to patrouize a First class
SHOE AND HAT STORE.
HAND MADE CHILDREN'S' SHOES!
FIXE COOTS! COARSE B'XVTS!
WATER PROOF BOOTS!
TKUXKS, Ac, 4c.
Call and see for joui felves what we
have cot for sals.
Remember the piacc,
MARKET ST11EE T,
CLEARFIELD, PA., "
Opposite the residence of n B. Swoope, Esq.
March 31, 18fi9-tf
GROUND AND UN-GROUND SPICFS. Citrn
English Currants. Essence Coffee, and Vine
gar ot the best quality. for sale by
Jan 10. HARTSWrCR A IRWIN.
MUSICAL ROODS vioIins flutes. fifeaelarnneU,
accord eons, nalian airings, guitar strings
clarionet reeds, music paper, instruction booki.
for sale by J . P. KRATZER.agent for Pianos and
organs January . 1S6K
ADDLES, Bridles, barnesg. collars 0..' for
ul l MF.RHFr.f. a. nim rnc
P. . K It A T Z E R ,
Dealei In Dry Goods'. Dress Qoods Millinery
Goods. Groceries. Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Stone
ware. Clothing. Boots. Shoes. Hats-. Caps. Flour.
Bacon , Fish .Salt. etc.. is constantly reeei ring new
surplies from the cities, which be will dispose of
at the lowest market prices, to customers Before
purchasing elsewhere, examine bis stock. '
Clearfield, August 28. 1H7 '
J II S T . I N T I M El
THE SEC GOODS AT .'L, . ! .
K. WRIGHT & SONS,
CLEARFIELD, PA., : i "
..... ,uc vlhj tiwv aiuui iu vmora omes
we are now opening a full stocK of seasonable
goods,, at our room on Second street to which
thev rcsneotfullv invito the attention of tt. r,..K
lic generally.. Our assortment is unsurpassed
in this section, aud is being sold very low for
cash. The 'lock consists in Cart of
of the best quality, such as Prints. Delsmes. Alpa
cas. Merinos iiinghains ; Muslins, bleached and
unbleached; Drillings Tic-kings, cotton and wool
Flannels. Cassiiuers. Ladies' Shawls. Coats, X
bias. Hoods. Hoop skirls. Balmorals, to . Ac. air
of wHeh will be sold low fob ca&u. Also, a fine
assortment of the best of
M E X S ' W E A R ,
consisting of Drawers and Shirts. Hats and Com
Uoots and Shoes, llasdkerchieltt cravats, etc
Also. Raft Rone. Hop Itoni Rnltin A ., r.
and Axes. Nailand Spikes. Tinware. Limits and
Laitip wicas and chimneys, etc., etc
Also. Queensware.Glaasware. flsrilwirr.f: rmn
ries. and spices of all kinds In short, a genvral
arsortmei.t of every thing usually kept in a retail
stnre. all rhep or rath, or approved cnunrry
Nov 2!.jaI0-nol3. WRIGHT 4 SONS.
DISSCLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnemhiD heretofore eii.-tinir hctwe.n
Ten Eyck A Thompson ia the merchandise trade,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
book secoun'v iritej, ludginents. nnd all business
ef the late ffVin is iu the hands of Wui Tea E vcu,
wbo ttesires all that are indebted to tbe la to fiiui.
to settle Ibe same as soon a possible, as be nur-
poses leaving trie county as soon as his business
matters can be arranged. WJI TEN KYl'K
Apr7-3t. li a THOMPSON.
NEW FIRM NEW FIRM. ',.
The undersigned have this dy formed a co
partnership under the firm nameof Thompson A
'o . and will ba please-! to serve the cus'omors of
the old firm, nnd nil others, at the same place . ute
door east of tbe Bank.) where tbey will endeavor
to sell at prices to uil the times. 0--r stock con
sists of all goods usually Kept in a country store,
ueb as Dry lloo.ls. Urtceries. Notions HarUware,
Queensware, Ilats and Cap. Drugs. Flour. Fish.
Krnit. Boots and Shoes. Carpets Oil-cloth. Leather
and Shoe findings Salt, Plaster. Paints aud Oils of
all Kinds. Ac . .to
We will continue the manufiieture of I ots and
Shoes, tiive usnrall before purchasing eUewhere,
and txaiuine our goods aud prices.
J. D THOMPSON
j , II C. THOMPSON.
We taKe this method of returning thanirato oar
many customers for the liberal patronage extend
ed to us during the continuation of o.ir firm The
firm of Thompson A Co . will now taKe our place
and off.r you good inducements. Hoping that
you will give them the same liberal support you
did us. we remaio. Yours, Ac.
Curwensville. Pa , WM. TEN EYCK,
Apr I ISf.9 ) II P. THOMPSON.
ZING AR I BITTERS.
A Safe Blow! Purifier,
- j A iSi!finiJil Tonic, .
' ; A Pleas.a nt Beverage.
A Certain Cure
PREVENTIVE OF DISEASES
The ZINOAR I BITTEr.S are compounded from
a prescription r.f tbe celebrated Egyptian phy.-i-Otan
Dr. CilF.orns. who. after ye.ira of trial and
experiment, discovered tbe Zitigari Vi'A-r-the
most remarkable vegetable production, the earth,
perhaps, has ever yielded certainly the most
effective in the eure of disease. It. in combina
tion with the other Taluable properties of which
the Zl.N i Alii Ut ITER- is composed, will cure
Dyspepsia. Fever and Ague. P.ilious Fever, Cholic,
Colds, Bronchitis. Consumption in its first stage,
Flatult ncy. Nervous Debility. Female Com
plaints, Rheumatism. Dysentary, Acutand
Chronic Diarrhea. Cholera Morhas Cbol-
era. Typhoid and Typhus Fever, Fever,
Yellow Fover. Scrofula, Diseases of
the Kidneys, Habitual Costiveness, ;.
c, Ac, Ac,
In the Pbevkntiom and Curb of trie above dis
eases, it has never been known to fail, as thou
saudtf of our mot prominent citixens throughout
all p irts of the country, will testify. 1 et the
sfHict.ed send for a circular containing testimoni
als and certificates of those who have heen cured
after their ewes hare been pronounced hopeless
by our best physicians. . . .
V 11 ITER .1 CO..
Xo 6 N. Front St . Philadelphia.
Recommended ly Ex-tiov. David R Porter, of
Pentisylvai.ia. Hon Robert J. Fibber, of Penu
s.vlv.ii.ia II mi Edward Mcl'herson. of Pennsyl
vania. Hon Joel 13 Dmnur of Pennsylvania
Hon Wiu. MeSherry. of Pennsvivunia. and others
Stud lorcirculurs . . Ieb leth. 1KH lj.l
TN THE '.OURT of Common' Pleas of
Cluarfiuld Co. : No. So. Jan. Term, :
Jona'-h tn Poyhton
A. UpdergrHff ; A. A Winegardner; L Jamison,
aud Anuis ti. Ensworth Widow and devisee;
I.vlia E Itog. rs.daugetcr an J heir of Loren A
.nworlb. and ticoi ge Rogers husband of said
I.jdia ; Allen Ensworth A .AIlL'e Wyd. devisees
of said l.oren A. Lnsworth ; and Annis t. Ens
worth. Horace E Taylor and Henry Parsons,
Executors of said Loren A. Kijsworih. dee'd.
Summons io f jeciuieut rgainet defendants, to
appear and answer to a ceria n cornplaint made
by Jonathan Iloyuton. the Plaintiff that they tbe
S'id Uetenrtaiils now have in rhair sotu-1 posses
sion tbe following described lr.ie:s'if laml. si'uate
in Clearfield Count?. Pennsylvania, to wit: That
ceriain tr.ictof land known a tract in nameof
Isabella Jordan. situate in Knox township. Coun
ty nod State aforesaid, containing four bundled
ud twenty nine acres, more or ic.-B : Ai.su one
oiher tra"t in the na-ne of Nancy lioggs. situate
iu Bf-Kgs township- Cleat field County aforesaid.
Oontainiug 44(1 acres loire or lees : At.' one oth
er trm t in the name of Wui McConuii k. tituate
in I'ogtrs township. Coanty aiid 'inte aforesaid,
containing 43.i aores more or less: A t.so one other
tract in the name of John ltel, aituate in Law
rence township. Couuiy and Stale af.reail. con
taining 413 rnn n.oie ir lis.-; Also a. balance
of -i acres, more or lis. in the nam a of Hugh
Jordan, in Lawrenoe t.mrnsliip. County and Stute
atoresxid hcing the halaaew of said tract not sold
to Daugberty aud McLiugblin ; Also the timber
or ti tu'ier interest, on. or in ihe IIW acres of land
of said tract .ld to McLaughlin. Tbe right of pos'
session, or title to wbieh he. the said Jonathan
lioynron.Favn is in him and trm Hi the saM defend'
am: All of wnich bethe'uid Hoynton avers he is
prepaied to prove e Returnable to Jan. T IHflU
This action of Ejectment being brourbt to
compel specific performanee of contr-tct between
Fi'eh A Uoyntou of ibe first part and A I'pder
graff A A. Winegardner. I. A Ensworth and
L. Jamison Said contract dated 2-iih Sept.. I8a8.
Now. Mareh 15th, lHrttf. ir apearirg that
return bas been made aa to .lefendauls. that they
cannot be found. Ac. On motion of J. B. McEn
ally.Plainlifia Attorney, a rule is granted on tbe
d ieiirfams named to appear and plead by the
third Monday of June A. D. I So 9 Notice of
whi ;h iu' ia to be published, describing tbe
piemiteaJur at least fill day preceding tbe return
day tbereof iu al least one newspaper published in
the County of Clearfield, and to be instrted at
least three weeks in scoot dance with the ilth
section of the Act ot 11 tb April -A. D , 1861, ,- -
By the Court.
Cenified from th record this 1 2th day ot April,
A. D. A. C.TATE, Prober.
AprU 14, 1869 (t. - -
v. a. cr.ABAU : e. w. ORAiiAM. : a. a. iSusAa
f f f -r- '- ; - , ;
r 1 i
N E W F I R M !
JAS. B, GRAHAM & SONS,
WHILES ALB ' A3f I RETAIL DEALERS
f all kinds of. ' ' ' '
Tfry froods, Boots and Shoes, Ilats
tfare, Cuccnswarc, Wood and
Willowware, Flour, Bacon,
Fish, Salt,- etc. etc.', ct.,
Tbe Large., Best arrJ Clreancst Ftock
of goods to be 6)und in the coiinfy
is now on sale at
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS.
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets Silts Coborgs. AlpaM,
Merinos. Wool Delaines. Lustres, Oing
baras, Prints, Poplins. Lawns. Sun
shades, Handkerchiefs Kid and
otherGloves.il osiery. Balmo
rals, iloop-skirta, and
general variety of rib
Eut:cr.s. EraiJs. etc . at tbe lowest price
. FOR. GENTLEMEN -
Tbey have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and
Fancy Casaimeres,SattinctU. Tweeds, Mel
tons,' Wr tar-proof Cloth. Silk, Sstin
and common Vesting, etc., in
' ' great variety, and at f riers " -
- that will give goieral
satisfaction to buyeis.
Such as 0vrsoat8,Dress ooau of various qual
ities and prices. Plain and Fancy Vests,
Cassimcre am) Flannel Orcrshirts,
Woolen and Cotten undcrsbir'.s,
Haudkerohiefsand neck tics,
Cottcn and Woolen socks,
Calf and Kip boots
and Shoes, Gum
, Boots and Shoes, Hals and Caps, and such
other articles as art urually needed.
Among -bich may befonnd Carpeti.OiloIoths,
Rugs, Brown Muslins, Bleached Muslins,
Drilliegt, Pillow casing. Sheeting,
Toweling, Table cloths, Table
covers, Window Blinds. Cur
tains, Ties ings and a very
. large assortment of
such articles as
are wanted by housekeepers, and- at
prioes to suit the times.
A tall assortment, consisting of Tea and Din
ner lets, Pitchers, Bowls. Dishes, and a
general variety of ware that wili ba
' sold by tbe doten or piece, and as
cheap as it can be purcuased
elsewhere in the county.
HARDWARE, ' 5
Such as Saws and Files.Door Locks and Latch
es, Hinges of all slnds. Augurs. Screws,
' fi'aiis, SpiKcs, Tscks, Brads, t- hovels,
SpadeMroes. Forks. Axes. Hatch
ets.Chisels. Kni ves and Forks,
Butcher Reives, Carr-ug
arrives sr.d forks,
and all ariieles usually wanted try tbe people.
Consisting of Sugars. CoPees, T Sj ices,
Syrups.Pried Fruits, Cheese FTohr, Bacon,
Feed, eta , always on baud and for
, l ale at a small advance on cost.
WOOD & 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
. . and for sale low.
GRAHAM A SONS toll all, articles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country
.store. and hence the people generally
- will find it to their advantage to
bii'goods of them.
We are alto extensively engaged in buying
i and selling all kind of Sawed Lumber,
and as we intend giving this branch
of business special attention, wa
feel assured th at we can make
it to the advantage of
those whohavelutnberfor sale to deal with us.
Orders filled for all kinds of Lumber.
GOODS ARRIVING DAILY,
Gtain and country produce taxen in
exchange for Goods-
i --. Avu-. StJ-tiS. !
To the WoaKMoCBaiiss I am bow prcnarotl
to furnish all classes with constant employ meet
af their home, the wfio-e of theticn. or for tbe
spare ruemeats. Rtfsioesa newv Isgbrarxi- piofi ta
ble, fifty ceau to Si per evening, is easily earn
id by persons of either ses). strd tbe boys and girls
earn nearly as maoh as men Great inducements
are offered thore who wilt demote tteir whole
dma to tbe business: and. that every paraoa wbo
sees this notice, may send rae tkeir add re s and
test' the business for themselves, I mk tbe fof
lowrrg oaparalled offer : T all who are not wahT
satisfled with the business, I will tend SI to pay
for the trouble of writing me Full particulars,
directions. Ac, sent free. Sample sent by SB art
or 10 cents. Address K C. Allkst. Augusta. Me.
SOMETHING NEW AND BEAUTI
FUL! The Phoiozraph Marriaee Certiorate is truly
thing of rare beaaty. It consists of a beautiful
eagraving. wire- a place tbe left to insert tt
photograph of the Husband, and a place on tbe
right to insert the photograph of the Wijfe - as'
souipaLied with passages of Scripture adopted-te-
eacli Ao , Ae.
nt a pleasure it will be. when our hairs arw
getting gray , to have ban ring in our parlors,
"keepsake. f' that will reioioJ us of our bridal
days, and iri.M Uauty.
All wbo have been lately married, aud those)
contemplating marriage should have them Maay
who hare been suarrfte for years are applying
for them. Any coiopeicat peuiasu cu fill theoa
The anderHgned is the erclusir agent for ibtr
Photograpb Marriage Certiiicate, foi t leajjtld,
Ceiitrcaod Elk counties. They will be seat ty
mail pre paid.
Send your address sod get a descriptive circular
gratis. Address W . 11 PUROT. W.-stover.
Maroh 17. fti-ty. C'leai field Co Pa
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT ntlVATE SALE. '
The undersigned. Executors of tbe Estate o
Jason Kirk, late of tbe Borough of Lumber city,
deceased, offer at private sale tbe following di
scriliod real estate, to wit : Tbe undivided half of
about two hunJred acres of land, situate in Union.
township, Clearfield coanty Pa., known as h
-Union Mills" properly About 22 acres of the
land is cleared, from 80 !o lOo acres is covered"
with excel ent while pitie besides hemlock an
oiher umber. The improvements are a valuable
grist miil, saw mill, and Woolen faetorr. besidler
a good frame house and barn. The water power
ia good, situated oa Anderson's creek, about il'
miles above Jurweasville. Persons desirous of
seeing the property, can call nponJ. R. Arnold;
residing thereon. For further particulars apply
to the undersigned at Lumber eirv
Jan . 1.1-6y. JOHN BDSSELL.Exr'r
H ENRY BRIDGE,
. MERCHAXT TAILOR,
MAKkIT TTr.ET, CLEARriCLu, P., .-
Keeps an hand a lull assortment of Gents' Fur
n t,Ui. ilooHs. such as Sbiits. 'linen and woolen )
Undershirts Drawers and Socks Neck tiVs.Pocket
UauOkeri hirfs. Oli ves. T nibrellas.. Hats, ete tjr
great varioy. Cf piece goods he keeps fee ecst
C LOTUS, of, errry l,iJilr.)
BLA?K DOE-SKIX CASslMERE". oftU
Uitmule FAXCY CASSMfERES,
n great variety. Also. Frencri Costing. Barer.
Pilot. Cbtiifbilla. and Tricot t Over ooating. which
will be sold cheap for each, and made up accord
ing to trc latest style, by experienced workmen.
Also, ae-- r.t for Clearfield county. for I M Singer
A t'o's Scwif.2 Machine. Nov. I. lfo.
C. KRATZER k SONS, .
Have removed fo tbe large and eleganf NEW
STORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mer
rell A Bigler's Hardware Store, where they will
be pleased to see their old and new customer.
Citiiensof tbe County visiting Clearfield1, and
wishing to make purchases, will find It to their
advantago lo examine their stock.
Goods at oash prices exchanged for all kinds pf
country produce. Jan. 8-,"68.
E- IL L.STOUGIITOIV,
VARKEf RtltfET, CLCABPrKLfn PA.j
TVould respectfully inform the citizens of Clear
field and vicinity, that be bas opened a new tail
oring establi-hment in Shaw's Row. one door east
of the Post Uffic. and has just returned from the
eastern cities vkh a targe and elegant sleek ef
Cloths, Cnssimeres, Jxcsrings, '-'
Beavers, &c, and all kintld of goods for
men and bojs wear, and is
prepared to make up to order CL 'TlHNi). from
a single article to a full suit, in the latest styles
and &ost workmanlike manner. Special atten
tion given to custom work, and catting oat for
men and boys He oilers great bargains to custo
mers and w arrants entire satisfa.-lion. A tibeial
share of public paUonage is solicited. Coll end
examine the goods.
Uet 18. 18-17. K R t. FTOCGflTfUT.
T T F. N A u o L K ,
GRALTAH'S ROW, CLEAHFlLl. -
Thenn lersignti respectfully informs his old
customers afi l the pablic. thai he has on band,
(and constantly receiving new additions,) a large
stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
CLOCKS, a largo variety from the best Mn
ufactory, consisting of Eight-day and ihirry-hoor
spring and Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike and
WA TCilES Sne aasortmerit.o Jsitver Heat
ing and open case American patent Levers, plain
and full jeweled . V -
GOLD PEJVS. an elegant assortment . of f lie
best quality. Also, iu silver extension and desk
SPECTACLES, a large assortment, far and
near sight, colored aud plain glass. v
JEWELRY ot every tariety, from a Single
piece to a tun sei .
ALSO. fine assortment of Spoons. Forks, bat
ter knives, ete.. plated On genuine Alabata
Al-SO. Hair Jewelry, with pure gold mounting
got up to order. Call and see sample Look.
All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry care
fully repaired and WarrantM
A continuance of patronage is solicited.
Nov. 2ith. 1SC5. H.F. NALGLE
Y K W SPRING GOODS,
JUST RECEIVED AT -
" KIIIK & SPENCERS,
Lumber City, Ta.j
Tbe undersigned would respectfully Inform
ibeir customers, and the publio in general, tbat
ibey have just received their Spring stock of
goods, consoling of Dry Goods. Groceries. Boots,
.Shoes, Hats, Cups, Fish, 8ult. Flour, Bacon. Nails,
Paints. Oils. Stoneware, Hardware. Queensware,
Baskets. Tubs. Churns. Carpet. Oil ciotb, and a
general variety of such articles ns are usually
kept in a countrv store, ell of which they will
sell CHEAP FOR CASB.
They weuld also direct attention to their large
stock of Ready-made Ctotntng. which they offer
for sale at a small advance upon cost.
KIRK. A SPENCER.
Lumber City. Pa..Msv 8, 1N57.
N. B. Wa also manufacture to order and con
stantly keep on band a general assortment ef
Boots and Shoes, for men. women and cbilurea.
KIRK A SPESCER.
R, Timothy aaa1 Oreb atd -grass seeds at
C. KliATZEK HONS,
D. PERKS A Co's flour, the best in market, for
sale by J M1AW& . if. .
ESSICATED COCOAS UTS, for pics puddings.
etc , for sale at UKAUA.M t.
CABLE CHAINS a good artirl.. oa hand and
for sale by MERRELL A BKiLBR.
rERY FINE blankets
will be sold ebeap
J SHAW A WIN.
t'lllIE highest market price fcaid fr 8h ingle
X by. i. SHAW A SOS. ...
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