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"rTJRARFIELD, PA., JULY 21. 1869.
"rIrsTo insure the safe transmission
f monevby mail, pMroni should remit by eheek
n.T-order. or nave their letter! registered.
'tit money jwmea to hind:
Tyi-oae and Clerfield Railroad.
1 rin leaves Tyrone at : : : 9.00 a m
Ai, at Clearfield at : : 1.00 p.m.
;, I,, m leaves Clearfield a : : :2.00 pm.
Arrives at Tyrone at : : : :4.50 p.m.
Connects with Cincinnati Express i East at .17
- - Mail West at ..44 p, m ; Bald Eagle Ex
D,s 'at 7 60 p. m.
Keligiocs. Divine services will be held
next Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows:
By Rev W. II. Di'l, in the Methodist
church, moroinR and evening. Sabbath
Xul at 9 A. Prayer meeting, every
Thursday at Ti P. 31. Communion servieea
Fit Sabbath of every month at 10J A. M.
By Tlev. NixJrff in the Lutheran church
in the morning and evening.
S-Tviocs in St Andrews' Episcopal church
on Tuesday evenings, at 7 1 o'clock. Seats
Ft. Francis' church Mass at 10 A. M.,
the second and lourth Suudavs ot each
month. a .
Escaped From Jail. John Cannon and
"William Hall, convicted and setenced for
jiot at the last terra of Court, escaped from
iail last week. We suppose no very great
i vuins were taken to keep them, or the?
-w.iuiJ not have got off.
IVo Numerous. There is a superfluity
of dogs in this town. Something ought to
l iune with them. It would be well e
bok!, also, to pay some attention to the
tvr. sgjed puppies that make uight hid
tleoua with their howls.
Skrrvape. We tender our thanks to
the Cornet I'uud, of this place, for a seren
ade o Saturday evening last. The music
dixtKiwed was excellent, and we feel confi
dent Lat, with a little more practice, the
land will ' be second to none in this section
of the Suite.
Appointed. John F. Moore has been
relieved t. Route Ag nt on the Tyrone and
CtarfieU Railroad, and David Adams ap
pointed. lr. Adams, a son of David Ad
ams Sr., of this place, is an honest, upright
a'.J worthy 'j'ming man, who will make a
competent ami efficient officer.
Wasted Badi-V. Some measure will
have to be tatken speedily to supply our
town with lifht'and water. The w; ter in
the wells, in iLis sandy loam, will soon be
uniit to use. Moreover we need a hotter
Mtpply of water incase of fire. Ourenter
juisins citizens .should take hold of the mat
ter at once.
1'Kovmr.D is Time. The Rev. Mr. Ar
cVr, who met such a tragic and sudden
lraih, had his life insured for $4, OCR). Iui-nr.uiatt.-ly
on ibe facts being made known
to the company, that amount was paid to
lii ri-pri-sfiitaiivo. He was insured in the
1' iiu'j', of which Swoope & Adams are
the Agents for Clearfield county.
Gone to Willi amswrt. Ex-Judge
Linn has removed from Belief onte to Wil
liiTiisport, where he.rnpdsc.s to practice his
profession. Vil!ianis;ort is improving so
lapMly on the profits and proceeds of Clear
t id lum'jer, that it will soon absorb all the
small ton ns along the West n ranch. If our
ha-iut's men would emulate the example of
her enter;. ri-itir citizens, it would greatly
enhair-e the property of Clearfield.
Akw Hotel. Last week, work was
onimerieed on the new hotel, which is to b
erected on the ground of the old Clearfield
Hivt-e, corner ol First and Market streets,
lately occupied by Geo. X. Col burn Esq.
Hie iijw huilding is to be of brick, three
stories high, an 1 fitted up in first class styie.
Tiie location is one of the best within our
R iroui'i limits, and will, no doubt, be a
I iaeeof public resort. The house is to be
completed this season.
The I'HiLii'snuna Homicide. Eugene
F J.hnton, who killed Levi Knnis on the
l'-'tbint., iu l'hilip-iburg, is now in jail at
Ikcf inte awaiting his triaL He is from
-Vtrw jit, anj ;s ga;j jo beKing to a very
er!ihy family. We understand two of
"i.r tiHiM l iominent lawyers have been re
' 'a i in his defence. He will be tried at
t! Ai:tut Court in Belielonte. It seems
b:.iSL- Mayer is destined to have his hands
! 'ii.uf lit'Diocidcs. Iledi.-jKwesof thcuj,how
""'r. j roiuptly and enerpctk'allj.
Ti:k Xi w Jaii The new jail is to be
'; .t-u,e County Commissioners have so
Ived. and it only remains to settle the
K-a'iou. We understand that the Commis-''oi-r
lavor its erection on the site of the
1 r.H tit building, but we sincerely hope they
- l aiiee their minds. The plan they
L-u- adopted rp-i'itres ample and unimped
1 'Innnij.j. I'nlcss there is every facility
t wryinsr away the fihh, its accumulation
" ?!C very centre of the town, will be worse
ttnn a pest house a nuisance that it will
.' impossible to endure, and too expensive
Jl vanre. It must be apparent to any one
will Iiiot at the ground, that there can
no dfainaee from the site of the present
.1:1. It cannot be drained from the surface,
much K f,oni the cellar: and no possible
bent can be adopted to drain where
"'re ls no fall. To build on such eround
a iir?c and expensive jail, with a water-
'H t i 0TerJ. an j expect ;t t0 rcmain
1 '"r a liabitation tor human beings, is
r-e tl,an folly. It is simply criminal, and
' jrosh authorities dUgbt to tale meas
to stop it. The County Commissioners
e uo more right to erect a public nui-
-- m tiie bart of the town, than anin-t
vi'iual. ar. J if they persist in doing so, the
ormich ofiicers ought to invoke the strong
arm of the law to prevent it.
A suitable site for a jail can be found,
e,1horonthe side of the hill, east of the
t,15rn-or on the bank of the river, from
hich there will be copious drainage, while
'he pre., building and lots can be sold
"f large sum, which will aid materially in
jje erection of the new jail. The centre of
?e tfwn is no place for a jail under any
circumstances, and we trust that our citi-
-s will protest against such an eye-ore
Rev. Cambridge Graham. Oa Sab
bath last the Rev. Cambridge Graham. for
merly of Clearfield, and at present located
in Perrysville, Juniata county, preached in
the M. E. Church of this place. He is an
original and powerful preacher, brim full of
ideas and overflowing with feeling. He al
ways strikes directly home, and pins a man
so fast, that it is almost impossible for him
to escape conviction. We regard Mr. Gra
ham as one of the most original and power
ful preachers in the church. We learn that
Iaat year, in his present charge, he received
121 new members into the church. He is
one of the most laborious and devoted men
in the ministry. His many friends in Clear
field county will be glad to learn of his great
Concert. A grand entertainment will
be given by James Anderson, ablind man, at
Leavy's Hall, on Thursday evening, July
22d,for the purpose of raising funds to take
him to California, where he has an offer of
teaching in an institution for the blind.
Mr. Anderson was born blind, and never
knew what it is to be blessed with a father
or mother, and yet he tries to make him
self contented under the afflictions that God
has,in his All-wise providence, placed on him.
Mr. Anderson has given several entertain
ments,and met with good success. In Sun
bury, the several ministers volunteered
their services and interested themselves in
his behalf. He gave an exhibition in the
Presbyterian church and all expressed them
selves as much pleated with the entertain
ment. Admission, 15 cents; children 10
cents. Tickets for sale at the several stores.
Ioors open at 7 i o'clock : performance to
commence at 6 o'clock. For particulars
Shot Accidentally. On Tuesday, Ju
ly 13th, Mr. Ed. Sullivan, of Huston town
ship, met with a serious, if not fatal acci
dent. Sullivan, Thomas Evans and a little
brother of Sullivan's, went hunting in the
afternoon of the day named. In passing
through the woods they suddenly came a
cross a deer Sullivan being about ten feet
in advance of Evans. In the excitement of
the moment, Evans cocked his gun and
brought it to his shoulder, and in going
through some bushes, it would seem a
branch caught the hammer of the gun and
discharged it the ball hitting Sullivan.
The ball took effect about one inch above
the lower end of the left shoulder blade, and,
passing obliquely upwards and outwards,
somewhat injuring the shoulder joint in its
passage, lodged under the large muscles of
the left arm near the joint. Dr. Burchfield,
of this place, being called to minister to the
relief of the wounded man, succeeded, after
some difficulty, in extracting the ball. At
last accounts the patient was doing as well
as could be expected. considering the nature
of his wound th3 symptoms being favora
ble to his recovery. This accident should
be a warning to all persons who attempt to
shoot game out of season.
Election of Officers. At a meeting
of the members of the Clearfield County
Agricultural Society, held in theProthonO
tary's office, on Saturday, July 17th, lSCO,
the foil owing officers were elected to serve
the ensuing year :
President, Hon. G. R. Barrett.
Vice Presidents, Jacob Yoas, Robert
Mitchdll, James Thompson, Amos Ilile;
Jno. M. Cummings, Zaek Ogdenj James
A. Bloom, Klishu Fcnton, Levi Dressier,
Amos B. Tate. Horace Patchlh, Andrew
Ac'dleman, Dr. J. 1'. Hoyt, Jos. Patterson,
G. W. Caldwell, Thomas Henderson, JoS.
Fry, W. W. Anderson, Wilson Hoover, D:
Gearhart, Daniel Stewart, Leonard Kyler,
Charles Sehnarrs, F. CouLiet, Alexander
Murray, Alexander Reed, Conrad Baker,
T. II, Forcey, David Tyler, J. A. Blatten-
Board of Managers, Thiiip Blahchard
Robert Porter, J. B. Kyler. S. P. Wilson;
F. G. Miller, John Sahkey, E. A: IrviU,
Iac Caldwell, James L. Leavy; Jdhn Liu
she, Hiram Woodward, J. J. Pet, Jacob
Gnelich, James Forest, A. K. Wright.
Corresponding Secretary, Elisha Fentoti.
Recording Secretary and Librarian, A.
Treasurer, John F. Weaver,
Executive Committee, Wi'litim Bigler,
D. F. Etzweiler, N. Rishel, L. F. IrvirJ,
J. B. Graham. . . ; .
Disolution. The co-partnershiD here:
tofore existing between Bennett, Blatten
berger & Co., in the mercantile business, in
Osceola, was dissolved by mutual consent
on July 1st, lSfiO. The business will be
continued at the old stand by
J. A. Blattenberger & Co
July 21, 1SGO. 3L
To Customers. We, the nnuersigned
merchants, of the Borough of Clearfield,
do agree to close our respective places c f bu
siness at eight o'clock every evening, (except
Saturday evening), on and after July 21st,
C. Kratzer & Sons,
J. B. Graham & Sons,
I). G. Nivling,
Merrill k Bigler,
J. Shaw & Son,
J. P. Krafxer.
Wm. Reed & Co.,
I. Ij. Reizensteia
To Invalids. Invalids throughout the
County should not fail fo have their cases
examined and treated by Dr. Clark, for the
followinc reasons :
1st. Every case is examined and described
without asking any questions concern ieg the
2d. Xo case will be treated which is not
described to the satisfaction of the patient
3d. No case will be treated by Dr. Clark,
when there is no reasonable hope of curing
or benefiting the patient thereby.
4th. Examinations are made free of
charge, at all of his appointments. See ad
vertisement in another column. dr. c.
The returns of the vote in the Methodist
Church on the question of lay delegation, so
far as in.foot up 69,537 for the measure and
More complete returns from the election
in Virginia show that Richmond iournals
have heretofore overestimated Governor
Walker's majority, whioh turns ..it to be
, : r r MARRIED !
At Pennlield,' on Thursday, July loth,
1869, by Charles Robecker Esq., Mr. Al
fred Scofield, of. Saratoga, N. Y., and
Miss Mollie E. Robecker, of Penfield,
We tender the happy couple our best
wishes for future prosperity ; and hope
that no perverse circurhstances may
arise to mar their anticipated happi
ness and felicity during, the matrimonial
journey upon which they have' just entered.
On Wednesday, July 14th, 1869, Henry
Irwin, of Lawrence township, aged 65
years, 7 months and days; .
A Great Remedy for the cure
of Tltroat and Lung Ditmtet.'DoctbT
Whhart'M Pine Tree Tar Cordial
It b the vital principle of the' Pine Tre, ob
tained by a peculiar process in tba distUSatien of
the tar. fay wbteh its higheat medical properties
are retained. , .
It is the only nfegnard and reifabre remedy
whiob hai ever been prepared from the juice of
the Pine Tree
It invigorate the digestive organs' and restores
It strengthens the debilitated system.
It purifies and enriehes the blood, and expels
from the system the eorrnption which scrofula,
breeds on the lungs.
It disolves the mucus or phlegm which stops
the air-passages of the longs.
Its healing principle acts upon the irritated
surface of the lungs and throatj penetrating to
each diseased part, relieving paiO and subduing
It is the resnlt ofjyeartof study and experiment,
and it is offered to the afflicted, with the positive
assurance of its power to a a re the following dis
eases, if the patient has not too long delayed a re
sort to the means of cure :
Consumption of the Lungs, Cough. Sore Throat
and Breast. Bronchitis, Liver Complaint, Biind
and Bleeding Piles, Asthma, Whvoping Cough.
Diptheria. Ac. Ac
We are often asked why are not other remedies
in the market for Consumption, Coughs, Colds,
and other Pulmonary affections equal to Dr. L.
Q. Wishart'a Pine 1 ree Cordial. We answer
1st It cures, not by stopping cough, but by
loosoning and assisting nature to throw off the
unhealthy matter collected about the throat and
bronchial tubes, causing irritation and cough.
2d. Most Throat and Lung Remedies are com
posed of anodynes, which allay the cough for
awhile. but by their eonrtringing effects. the fibres
become hardened, and the unhealthy fluids coag
ulate and are retained in the system, causing dis
ease beyond the oontrol of our most eminent phy
sicians. 3d The Pine Tree Cordial, with its assiitants,
are preferable, because they remove the cause of
irritation of the mucus membrane and bronchial
tubes, assist the lungs to aot and throw off the un
healthy secretions, and purify the blood, thus
scientifically making the cure perfect.
Dr. Wishart has on file at his office hundreds
and thousands of Certificates from Men and Wo
men of unquestionable charaotor who were onee
hopelessly given up to die, but through the Prov
idence of Uod were completely restored to health
by the Pine Tree Tar Cordial A Physician in
attendance who oan be consulted in person or by
mail, fr-e ot ihargr. Prieo of Pine Tree
Tar Cordial SI 50 per Bottle. $11 per dos. Hent
bv Express on reociot of prioe Address. ' L. Q
C Wish art, M. D. No 232 North 2d Street Phila
April 21st, 1869-3m.
ScJienck's Pulmonic Syrup,
feeweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills, will eure Con
sumption. Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia, if ta
Ken according to directions. They are all three
to be taken at the same time. They cleanse the
stomach, relax the liver, and put it to work ; then
the appetite becomes good, the food digests and
makes good blood, the patient begins to grow in
flesh the diseased matter ripens iu the 1 ngs.and
the patient outgrows the disease and gets well.
This is tha only way to cure the consumption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Schenck, of
Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled sucoess ia the
treatment of pulmonary consumption. Tbe Pul
monic Syrup ripens the morbid matter in the
lungs, nature throws it off by an easy expectora
tion, for when the phlegm or matter is ripe, a
slight eough will throw it off, and the patient has
rest and the lungs begin to heal. To do this, tbe
Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills must be freely
used tii cleanse tbe stomach and liver.ro that the
Puluionio Syrup and the food will make good
Liver Cnrhplairit is one of the most prominent
causes nt Consumption, hebenck s seaweed I on
ic is a gentle stimulant and alterative, and tbe
alkali iu the Seaweed, which this preparation is
man a oi, assists tno siomacn to tnrow ouune gas
trie juice I'd dissolve tbe food with the Pulmonic
syrup. ana it ismaaetnto good biood witboatter
mentation or souring In the stomach. The. great
reason wny pnysiciansuo not onieconcuaipuon is
thi: try to do too much ; they give niedicirie to
step tbe eough. to stop chills, to stop night sweats.
Hectic fever, and bir to doina: thev dcranire .the
whole ti'gestive powers. locking up the secretions
Ann; eventually tbe patient sinks and dies.
Dr. bebenck, in his treatment, does not try to
stop a cough, high t sweats chills or fever, Re
move the cause. and they will, all stop of their own
accord . No one can be oured of consumption, liv
er complaint, dyspepsia, catarrh, canker, ulcer
ated thrbat.unlfcss the liver and stomach are made
. If it perron baseonsbmption.of eon rat the lungs
i'ri some way are diseased, either tubercles, ab
sbefseS, bronchial irritation, pleura adhesion, or
tne lungs are a mass or innamatlon and last de
caying. In such oases what must be done : It
is not only the lungs that are wasted. but it is the
whole body. The stomach and liver havo lost
their power to make blood out of food, iiow the
only chance is to takechehek's three medicines,
which will bring up a tone to the stomach, the
patient will begin want food, it will digest easily
and make good blood ; then the patient begins to
gain in fleah. and as soon as the body begins to
grow, the lungs beg-n to heal up. ana the patient
gets flectiy and well. This ls the only way to
When there is no lung dlsltte, and only liver
complaint and dyspepsia, Schenck ' Seaweed
Tonioand Mandrake Pills are sufficient without
tbe Pulmonic rvryp. Take the Mandralre Pills
freely in all bilious complaints, aa they are per
Dr. Pchetiak, who baa eritriyed uninterrupted
health for many years past, and now weighs 225
poinds, was wasted awav to a mere skeleton, in
the very last stage of o a Imonary consumption, his
physicians having pronounced his ease hopeless
and abandoned him to his fate. He waa eured
by tbe aforesaid medicines. and since his reeoverv
many similarly afflicted have used Dr. Schenck "j
preparations with the same remarkable suceeas
Tbe directions accompanying each, make it not
absolutely necessary to see Dr. Schenck. unlets
the patients wish their lungs examined, and for
mis purpose ne is rrolessionally at bis I'rtncipal
Office, Philadelphia, every Saturday, where all
letters for adviee must be addressed, lie is also
professionally at No. 32 Bond Street, New York,
everr other Tuesday, and at No. 35 Hanover St..
Boston, every other Wednesday. He fives advice
free, but for a thorough examination with bis
Respirometor the price is 9 i. Office hours at each
city from 9 A. M to 3 P. M.
Price oi tbe Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Ton
ic each SI. -SO per bottle, or fS.SO a half-dosen.
Mandrake Pills 2i eehts a box. For sale by all
DR. J. H. PCHESOK.
Ap. T,'69-Iy.J 15 iV. A St., Phi a. Pa
Clearfield Setail Markets.
Cobbbctbd BV R. MoflROP. Jess: 29, 1969.
Apples.dried. lb, IS
Apples, green, ba, 1 50
Applebutter, gal, 1 Oil
Butter, lb. 30
Beef, fresh, lb, 18
Beef, dried. 2i
Buck wheat, bush. 1 00
Buckwheat flour lb, 4
Beans, bu, . 3 00
Boards, per M, 15 00
' mesa, bbl,
Corn, shelled, 1 25
meal, 2 ffO
Peaehee. dried, lb, 19
Rye. bash, I 50
Rags, lb, 3
Salt, per sack, 3 00
Shingles, 18 in, ' 5 00
28 in. al2 00
Timothy seed, bo, 5 00
Wheat, bu, 2 00
Wool, lb. 40
Chop, rye, 3 25
mixed, z an
beese, lb. 28
Cherries, lb. 19
T) ISSOLUTION. Thejartnersbip here
tofore existing between the nndersigned
in the Mercantile business, in the Borough of
Clearfield, was dissolved by mutual consent ou
June Utb. 1869. Tbe books and accounts of the
firm are in the hands of D. O Nivling for settle.
meat Persons indebted to said firm are request
ed to settle their accounts at as early a day as
possible. . - D. O. NtvLtNG,
Jane 1. '69. J. 8. SHOWERS.
N. B. The Business will be continued "at the
old stand hv D It. Nirlins" -Thankful for nasi I
1 favors he would solicit acoutinuance of the same. .
WINE & LIQUOR STORE-
I. U REIZENSTEIN' 4 CO.,
WIXES AND LIQ UORS,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELDPA.
A good assortment for medical purposes always
January 27, 1869-6m.
YOU T II S'
tit undersigned having recently added
RE A D T-jilA D E CLOTHING
to his former business, would respectfully
Solicit an examination ol his stock. Being
a practical Tailor be flatters himself
that fce is able to offer a betfer
clas of ready-made work '
than has heretofore beea
bfonght to this mar
ket. Anyone wishing to buy goods fn his line
would save money by calling at his store, -and
making their selections. AJ.no,
a full supply of Qents'furnishing
goods always on hand.
Feeling thankful for psst favors, be wo&ld re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the1
April 2S. 1809. if. BRIDflE.
a. a. attoi, : : :
e. A. intis, . : : :
'. jsa .ajATTo'x,
: J. r. ikwi.".
tl. fi. PATTOX & CO.
Having fitted dp a first-class
are prepared to furnish to order all kinds of Man
ufaetured Lumber, such as
fl 6 oiiixa, smhxG,
SASH; DOORS BLINDS,
and every description of Plain and Fancy Mould
ings, Dealers will And it to their advantage io
consult our prices before purchasing elseffherb
Address, E. B;.Patton & Co:,
Dec. 2,T8. Clearfield Co., Pa.
J. A. Blattenberger & Co.;
iJOW OFFER At TJIEIR
A laFge anii weli selected stock of fresii
SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS; put-chased at lowest market rales, and tb
be sold at m .flight advance on cbH, consisting til
WOOD k WILLOWWAREj
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
- FLOUR, FEED,.
And everything appertaining to well regulah (
households, as well also to
MILLS, MINES AND CAMPS.
Orders received and promptly filled.
Highest market price paidfo
Salesmen are polite, attentive and obliging
CALL, SEE, EXAMINE,
; and be convinced.4 . : .'
J. A. Blttftenberger & Co.
Osceola Mills, April 2i ,1.469.
A TTE N TI O N ! PRESERVE THE
Cnreulio, wood-borer', and" all other insects so
destructive to fruit trees, successfully prevented
from committing their ravages on orchards. The
tender vice and ornamental tree alike preserved
in root, body, branch, and bud. from the attack
of any kind of vermin or insect, by -'Fisher's new
and useful process for preventing the borer or
other insects from injuring fruit trees, shade and
ornamental treec. shrubs and vines," Patented
September 12th; 1888.
This remarkable invention' has, been tested in
the most htorough manner," and ha. ia every in
stance given the most conclusive proofs of its
merits , In no ease has it failed to prove itself a
perfect and complete protection against the va
rious kinds of insects that for yeais past have
been preying upon all kinds of fruit and fruit
trees. Testimonials furnished if desired.
Individual and township rightscan be had upon
application to D. DRESSLEK. Esq.. at Kocaion,
Clearfield eonntj, Pa., who is ageni for Clearfield
county. iJune 23, IH69.-3 m p
XEPORT of the cofirKtion of the First
National Bant: of Clearfield, Penn'a. at
the close of business on the 1 2th day of June, 1869 :
Loans and discounts - - - . - - 5102.650 53
Over Drafts 3,273 46
U. S. Bolide deposited ith Treasurer
of D. S. to secure circulation - - 100.000 00
IT, S. Bondsand seeuretfe on hand 1.50'.l 00
Due from redeeming and reserve agents iMt lri
Due from other Nat Banks. .... 2.247 15
Due from other Banks and Bankers - 2. bid 50
Furniture and Fixtures ..... 1,2391ft
Current Expenses 453 73
Taxes Paid - 1,228 14
U.S. Mint - 170 00
Cash Items including stamps - - - - 4.442 44
Bills of other Nat Banks . - - - - 2.1 j0 U0
Fractional Currency (inclodi.-ig nickels) 217 08
Legal Tender Note! - - - - - - 13.915 00
Total 1241595 44
Capital Stock paid in, - - - -
Surplus Fund - - - - ' - . .
Discount - - - - . -
Exchanges - - . .
Nat. Bk. Notes outstanding - -Individual
Due to Nat. Banks
Due other banks and Bankers,
Dividend account - -Profit
Total Liabilities ' -
- 8100.006 00
" - 7.0U0 00
,-: 3.200 92
. -" - 3.(0 flf
- 3 979 71
. - Ptf 773 00
- . 37.775 21
: . ; 832 115
. : 845 SH
. ... 8 HO
-- - g50 93
I hereby certify' tliaif the ftbove is a true abstract
of the report sent lo the Comptroller of tbe Cur
rency. AjC , FINNEY, Cash'r
T ErORT OF TIIE First National Bank
of CurwunsvUle. Pa., as shown Iv its
books at the close of business on the I2th day of
Loans and Discounts, : : : : : Si 77,255 19
Overdrafts; . : : - : : : '' : :' i : : ,490 00
U. S. Bonds deposited with U S Tr.
to secure circulation, : : : : : 81,000 00
Other StocKs and Bonds :::::: 900 00
Due from Redeeming and Re
serve Agents ::::::::': 34,539 57
Due from National Banks. : : : : 4.5st 38
Due fro in other Banks and Bankers, : 3 2S4 65
Banking lioose. : : : : : -. : : 2.5nu On
Furnitnre and Fixtures ::::;: 1,000 00
Current Expenses : : : : : : : : 75 58
Taxes Paid : :-: : : : : : : 1.53i5 fiu
Cash Items (including stamps) : : : : 42(1 02
Bills of other National Batiks : : : : 2,305 flu
(including nickles) : : : : : : : 700 35
Specie fcoifi) ::::::: : : : : 121 07
Legal lender Notes ;:::::: 19.125 00
Total, :::::::::: $335,527 41
Capital stock paid in, : : : : : : $100,000 00
Surplus.fund, : : : : :. : : ; ; 25.ooo 00
Discount : : : : : : : : : : $3 995 12
Exchange ::::::::: 3,1011 B3
Interest, ::::::: ; : : : 4.3S9 83
Profit A Loss, :;::::::: 1.041 III
Nat. Bk. Circulation outstanding, : : 67.030 00
Individual Deposits, :::::: 121.958 92
Due National Bg.nks, ::::::: 6,014 89
Due to other Banks and Bankers : : : 94t 01
Tbtal Liabilities :::::; T3357527ll
I hereby Certify that-the above Statement is a
tru abstract frbin tbe Quarterly Report made to
the Comptroller tif the Currency this 19th day of
June. 18 .9. , . SAM'L ARNOLD, Cashier.
JimeM. Iftftf 3t
A M E R I C A N HOUS E ,
. . CurweusviHe, Pa.
Having taken charge of this well-known Hotel,
the undersigned would respectfully solicit a share
of the public patronage. Travelers will find the
accommodations eijnal to tbote bf any othr house
in this section. Charges moderate.
Dec. 2. ISCtPtf. JOHN J REED, Prop'r
T S. COLE would inform his old cus
tomers, and the jiuhliQ generally, that
be still continues to manufacture BOOTS AND
HOES of tbe very best French Call and Kip. at
the lowest prices for cash or. approved country
produce, lie also makes all kindsof heavy boots
All work warranted, and perfect satisfaction giv
en. Opposite Draucker's Hotel, Curwensvf lle.l'a.
Jdly 29, 188-iy.
usQUEii Anna ii ouse.
EXPRESS AND STAGE OFFICE.
This well. known Hotel, having been re-fitted
aud re-furnished throughout, is how open for the
accommodation of travelers, and the publio in
general. Charges moderate. . ,
August 14, 1S87-tf. Proprietor.
fl LEARFIELD N URF Ell Y. E.Ncotn-
ACE HoMK jNDtSTKT. The undersign
ed having established a Nursery, on the Pike,
half way between Curwensviile and Clearfield
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Frui
trees. (Standard and dwarf.) Evergreen-. Shrub
bery, (J rape .Vines, Gooseberry; Lawtrn Black
berry, Strawberry and Raspbeiry vines. AIo
Sibnah Crab trees. Quince and early ScarletRoea;
barb. Ac. Orders promptly attended to. Addres
Aug 31.1SS4. J.0. WRIGHT, Curwensviile
Sj. HAYES, sYr;f.on tteJrtisf, Office
on Main Street, Ctirwensrille; Penn'a.,
Will make professional visits for the conveni
ence of of the public commencing in April. lSti9
as follows, vis : Luthersborg first Friday of every
month ; Ansonville.first Mondsy of every month ;
Lumber City, first Thursday of every month ;
spending twodays in either place. All ordes for
work should bs presented on tbe day bf his arri
val in each place.
ty Teeth extracted by the application of local
anasthesia, comparatively without pain. All
kinds of dental work guaranteed. ;
N. B. The public will please notice, that Dr.
II., when not engaged in the above -visits, may be
ound in his office in Curwensviile. ap.l.'n9-ly
L V A Y S N E W,
JOHN I R VI N.
Has just received and opened at the old stand
in Curwensviile. an entire new stock of Pall and
Winter Goods which he will sell very cheap for
cash. His stock consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Queensware, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ready
made Clothing, etc.
The public generally is respecfnlly irvited to
give him a call ; gee his Stock and bear bispricrs,
and purchase from him if you find it will be to
your advantage. Nov. i6. 180(1
EW SPRIKO GOODS
JL'ST RECEIVED AT
K IR K &. SPENCERS,
Lumber City, Pa., .
Tbe nndersigned would respectfully inform
their customers, and the publio in general, that
thev have tost received their Spring stock f
goods, consisting of Dry Goods. Groceries, Boots,
Shoes, Hata, Caps, Fish, Salt. Flour, Bacon. Nails,
Paints. Oils. Stoneware, Hardware, vueenaware.
Baskets. Tubs. Churns. Carpet, Oil cloth, and a
general variety of such articles as are usually
kent in country store, all of which they will
sell cheap ro cash.
They would also direct attention to their large
stock of Ready-made Clothing, which tbey offer
fur sale at a small advance upon cost.
KIRK t SPENCER.
Lumber City, Pa.. Mar 8, lSti7..
N. B. We also manufacture to order, and con
stantly keep on hand, a general-assortment of
Boots and Shoes, for men. women and children.
KIRK. A SPENCER.
"POR S ALEthre huiiaine lots, 34 by P5
.feet, near the railroad depot Will be
old sepal ate, ur ia a body. For further informa
tion apply to II. K HN'YOER, Clearfield. Pa-
Ofrfr POUNDS WOOL WANTED
JfJJJ ,y the Rubf-eriher. which will be
taken on book account or in exchange for goods.
Maraet prices paid fof WcOl.
Bower. May 21. DAVID BELL;
F. C, CH0MM,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA-,
Adjoining the residence of Dr. J. 0- HartswicV,
Keeps a fine assortment of plain and fancy
eluths. eassimeres. etc. which he will make up to
order, in the latest styles, at tie lowest prices
Being an experienced workman, ne guarantees
entire satisfaction. A share of publio patronage
solicited. Jan. 20,'fi9-lf.
"PARMERS. LOOK TO YOUR INTER-
: ESTS. The nndrsiened having ob
tained tbe right to sell T J. Booth's improved
Stump Extractor, after a trial of three days on
the farm of Jesiah W. Thompson in Lawrence tp.
we find it par excellent in every respect, giving
perfect satisfaction to all present, nothing as yet
gotten Out of repair. We extracted every tree
and stump as we passed, large and small. We
now offer it to tbe ciusens of Lawrence. ?ike.
Penn. Bradford and Gosben townships. We will
sell tbe right to build a single macbiue for S30 (0
or any person wishing a machine this summer,
we will deliver the same on the farm of the pur
rhaser. and. give it a trial for bis satisfaction, for
S20 00 with terms liberal. . P.TATB
Address Tate A Brown. A. II. BKOtVJf.
Clearield P.O .
je 16-2m.J Clearfield county, Pa.
VALU.VBLE UEAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The .undersigned. Executors of the Fstate of
Jason kirk.. late of the Borough of Lumber-city.
dcsed. oFtr at private sale the following de
scribed real estate, to wit: The undivided half of
about two hundred acres of land, situate in Union
township, Clearfield county. Pa., known as the
rUnion Mills" property. About 22 acres of the
land is cleared, from 80 10 100 acres is covered
with excel'eot white pine, besides hemlock and
other timner. The improvements ate a valuable
grist mill, saw thill, aud woolen factory, besides
a good frame hoose and barn. Tbe water power
ia good, situated On Anderson's creek, about 12
miles above Curwensviile. Persons desirous of
seeing the property, can call ttponj. R. Arno'd.
residing thereon. For further particulars apply
to the undersigned at Lumber citv
Jan. 13.'fi9. JOHN KUS.SKLL. Exr's
RfM O V A L ,
Ii AUTSWICK & IRWIN,
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
We beg leave to inform our old and new costu
mes, that we have removed our establishment to
the new building just erected on Market street,
nearly adjoining toe Mansion House on the wet,
and opposite Graham A Sons' store, where we re
spectfully invite the public to come and boy their
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI
CINES, OILS. PAINTS Jr VAUNJSUBS.
Our stock bf Drugs and Medicines consist of every
thing used, sjlectcd with the greatest care, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE!
We also keen a lull stock of Dyes. Perfumeries
Toilet articles. oaps. Tooth tirui'ne. Hair lirunh
es. Whitewash Brusbes. and every other kind of
Kruthei. We have a la' ge lot of
Whites Lead, Turpentine,
Flaxseed ttfl. Paints, and in fact everything u?ed
in the painting business, which we offer at City
prices to canh juyets.
TOBACCO AXD SEGARS,
Coniettionery. Fpiees, nnd the largest stock of va
rieties ever offered in this place, and warranted
to be of tbe best the market afords.
J. (J. HAKTSWffK,
Dee. 2, JOHN P. IRWIN.
PROCLAIM IT TO ALL THE WORLD
X that. ..
THE NATIONAL BITTERS.
has cured more caea of Djspepsia. hiore cases M
LIVER COMPLAINT, more cases ot' NERVOUS
HEADACHE, FEVER AAtil K, and moie cases bf
DIHlLlTY. than any other remedy before the
public in thesatne spaC4 bf time
IT PURIFIES THE filoOt
clams the mind, restores sleep, ia an Excellent Ap
pettier, and a general vigorator of the .System.
. WALTON k ZUiJ. Proprietors,
No 9 N. Seventh St. Philadelphia.
Sold. by Druggists, and Dealers gem rally.
Feb 21. IS9 j - mo.
White Lead. Zinc Paint, Liss:ed Oil. Turpentine,
Tarnishes of all kinds, Colors, in oil and
dry, Paint ahd Varnish brushes.
IIARTSWICK A IRWIN,
ciearfiel.l.Pa -il 5,'B j.
MASSACHUSETTS .MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COM PAN Y.
Incorporated IKil . Assets nearly Three Million
Dollars Dividends Annually. One-third or one
half of lire premium loaned to the assured. All
Policies Nbn-Fbrteitable by law of the State of
Massachusetts Reliable aud energetic Agents
wanted Apply to
JOHN KNOX MARSHALL. State Agent.
S. W.eot- 6th and Walnut Streets.
May 12. 60 3m Philadelphia. Pa.
q 0M E T II I N G NEW
IN ANSONVILI.F, '
Cli-arfiold county, Penn'a. .
The undersigned having erected, during tbe
past summer, a large and commodious store room,
is now epgared in filling it up with a new nnd
select assortment of Fall and Winter goods, which
he offers to the public at prices to suit the times
Hi. stock of Mens' and boys' clothing is unusual
ly extensive, and is offered to customers at from
1 10 to S2H for a whole suit. Flour. Salt, and tiro
eerics. of every kind, a complete assoitinent;
Stoves and Stove-pipe, a heavy stock ; Hoots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps, in great variety: Ladies'
dress goods, furs, and other fancy goods, together
with an entiles assortment of notions too tedious
to enumerate, always on hand, and sor sale very
oheap. Prints at 10 rents a yard. and other goods
in praporjlon Now is the time to huy.
Country produce of every kind, at the highest
market prices, will be taken in exehsnge for
f;oods; and even Greenbacks will nor be refused
or any article in store. Examine wy stock be
fore von buy elsewhere.
October 30.1867. HJJWAN.
XTOTICt'. AM persons indebted to the subseri-
i her, are requested to come and settle with-
SALT SALT:: A prime article or ground a
urn stlt. pat cp in patent is-m. forsalerhca
at tbe stem or It. MOSSii-
PLASTER the cheapest in tbe county, at
May 29 '? MO.-SOP'S.
NAILS k SPIKES thecbeapert intheecontv
at , MOSSOP'S
ARNS8F. Trimminffs. ahd Shoe-findings for
sale at MERKtLL ft l.lHLEK'S.
IRUNES a quantity on hand and for sale at
May 27. GRAHAM'S.
ADDLES, Bridles, harness, collars it., for
sale at MKKKKLL 4 UlCLER'S.
THIMBLE-SKEINS and Pipe-boxes, t. r Wag.
oaf, for sale Hy MERRELL 4 BIGLER
IL, Putty, Paints Glass and Nails, for sale at
June '6ft. MERRELL BIGLEK'S
TOTES of all sorts and siscs. constantly oa
hand at MERRELL k BIGLER S
IRON i IRON!
-Best bar 1'on, for sale at the
MERRELL k BIGLER.
USE. Pistols and sword cones to be had at
Jure.-o - MERRELL k BIGLEK e. .
CLOVER; Timothy and Orebard-grasa seeds at
C. KRATZER A PONS.
Or ALL EIXD5, ALSO
Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Tracks, Copyirg
Presses, Improved Money Drawers, ic.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE' k CO.,
102 Second Atenue, scar Wood St ,
Apr.7-6th.jl Scat', Promptg Rrpair'i.
JAS. T, BRADY k CO.,
(Surutnrt to S. Sours 4- Co..)
CORNER FOfjRTU AND WOOD SIKEETS,
BTT !D SELt. ALL KINDS Or
Gokl, Silver anl Coupons.
Six per cent, interest a Mowed oi deposits tub
ject to check.
Money loaned on Government Bonds.
Bonds registered free of charge.
May 19. no-ly. JAMES T. BRADY CO.
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Floor and Table Oil Cloths ke A very ex
tensiveassorfmcntof all quafffles of above
goods will be kept constantly on band
and sold aa low as the lowest
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT
No. 14 Smithfleld Street, Dear Cth Avenue
A SPLENblb STOCK OF
TOYS AND FaNCY GOODS
Will be found in another department of the
.March 17, '69-3m.
31 1 LIBER Tl" S T.II EA D dSMlTIIFIELD,
D. B. FCLLEBTOM.
w. b. at rneasnx.
Fltllertox & McFiiersox,
Keep constantly on band Fresh Meats, Such as
BEEF, VEAL, jk'TTCfN. trc.i
All kinds of Vegetables, in season,
BUTTER, LARD, EtC.j
Which they will sell at the lowest market prices.
Cash paid for Cattle, Butter etc.
ROOM ON MARKET ST,,
ClearBeld. Pa -May 12 '69.
A nn torn i ca 1 Pa thai ogy,
and Pliysiei;in for tiie exclusive treat
ment of Chronic Diseases:
All Conciliation and Ex'ititl?t'ioUbJ Paucutt
matte Eftt of Clutrgt.
Dr CrrrZ eT4 mt nt a tut trplaiH potft' 4irn?m
without akins uitv iueilian9 If hcHttiersttini
iotirra von Ittom it. and rtivnl he. dereihrd. If
lie ravttot tell yoitr di :eaf. and how vnn feel trtth
out aituff yuejtuonr hi don ttoi comuler himself
enmpete.ht to treat your r.-s. Thin i ft the riteri on
to go lr and patir.Ht' riroktd not 64 sati'fied mtk
at-y other.. Thi i lit, otttu dirert and votitivm
endetiee of irty ability ax a S-ientific . Phytirian,
and ft y M11 standard lam trilling to be Judged.
It. Clark treats nil case unless conscientiously
of the opinion that it can be cured or permanent
Dr Clark treats no ease unless be dan describe
tbe disease and its symptoms without interroga
ting his patiert;
Dr. Clark will treat no Chronic Disease unless
he Ciin exolain its character to tbe complete and
perfect satisfaction of the patient examined. And
the Dr. would here must positively state, that ho
desires no patients to taKe treatment from him.
unless they are fully and completely satisfied
with his consultations and examinations, which
are made free from charge.
Dr. Clark bases bis practice upon the incontro
vertible law of Nature. First That evury cause
bas an effect. Second That diseases are causes ,
producing effects or syinptotfs. and that every '
aiieRe lias iteown peculiar ruceis or symptoms,
which if properly and thoroughly understood by
the examining Physician, can be clearly pointed
nut to tbe complete satisfaction of the patient ex
Dr. Clark's method or diagnosing or explaining
diseases and their symptoms is only tbe process
of reasoning frum cause to effect.. and has been
acquired by thorough literary and inedieal cul
ture, and also by an almost unlimited practice tn
every lortu of uistiisc to which the human system
is liable. "
ISy this process of reasoning the Dr. bas ae
quired a reputation and success in treating dis
eases seldom attained.
Dr. Clark is making quite a number of conve
nient appointments for ibe benefit of invalid who
cannot go a long distance to consult him Pa
ticnts will find this an opportunity rtrely afford
ed, and one they should not fail to take ad van
tare ot. '
The Dr. furnishes all tha medicines, instru
ment! and apparatus nc;eSiilry fur tbe successful
treatment of every case.
CLEARFIELD COUN CY APPOINTMENTS.
ClelrSeld. Mansion Ilouse. Monday, Toesdty,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, June 21, 21,
23, 2-1. 25, and 26. 18n9 ; Curwensviile Monday.
JunelH; Pennville. Tuesday. June 29 : Parkers
ville. Wednesday. June 30; Luthersburg. Thurs
day. July 1 ; Roc It ton. Friday. July 2; Clearfield, '
Mansion House. Satuird-iy. July 3; Bloomington,
Monday, July 5 ; Lamber-eiry, rueada v. July 6 ;
Ostend, Wednesday. July 7; Burnside. Thursday,
Jutv 8; Patchinv'ille Friday. July 9; Cbeiry
Tree. Saturday, Jnly 10; Weatover, Wondayjuly
12; Ulenbope. Tuesday. July IS; Mt. Pleasant.
Wednesday, July 14; Jaynesrille, Thursday .July
IS; Madera. Friday. July I; Anaonville, Satur
day. July IT : New' Millport, Sunday, July IR;
Clearfield. Mansion House, Monday. July 19;
Grammandole. Tuesday, July 20; Morrisdale,
Wednesday. July 21 ; Grabamton. Thursday.July
22; Mul-'onburg. Friday. July 2i; Karthaus. tat.
urday. July 2t; FrenehviMe. Monday. July 2A;
6bawsville, Tuesday, Jul; 27: Forcus.Wednesday.
July 2B; Clearfield. Mantdon House. Thursday
and Friday, July 2? S.1 ; Pbilipsburg. Grey "a
Hotel, Saturday and Sunday, Jul 31 k August 1.
My business agent makes out my visits, and
sends one of my circulars to every resident ia
the counties visited. Go to your prie;ipa! Pns
Office, get a ciroular nd it oarefi:'.'7
befre ca''Irg ca ta i-Jt'T. f.Tane H-Si
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