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f;c kffoman' gonxmt, gfearjiefb, fa., rfoBcr 27, 1869.
TlEAKFIELD, PAOCT. 27- 13G9.
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. BSOB'J- enclosed in the fir.it paper after
Tyrone and Clearfield Railroad.
, . ..in leaves Tvrone at : : ': 9.00 a m
5,4:1 Trrive" Cle'.rfield at : : 12.10 ,. m.
, Clearfield : : : 2.30 p as.
A ir "at Tyrone at : : :
' u with Cincinnati Express Et at 6 U
CnB5"l tt est at 6.44 p, ni ; Bald Eagle Ex
' ".'.tTOOp m.
7.00 A. .
9 10 A. m.
3 40 P. M.
L "rrivef t 1'bilipsburg at
rhilir-biirg l , :
''i,., 'at ClearSeld at
vvihii.u'S. Divine services will te held
Bt S.l.!-utl., i" ClearSeld, as follows:
p pev YxdoriT.in tbe Lutheran church,
morgan.! evening SabUth school at 9
M. i'riyr meeting every eduCMlay
cveiiitic at 7 o'clock.
I't Kev Hall, in St. Andrew s Episcopal
A,r" l,, at' 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. . Sunday
tjUA at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting every
WeelnefJay evening : t 7 o'c.ock.
I?y Kov Butfcr.ia the Presbyterian church,
ninrnins and evening. Saba.th school at
" P. M. Prayer meeting every Y ednesuay
ev.ninir at 7 o'clock.
Y.y Kev. W. H. Di'l, in the Methodist
church, ninrninp and evening. Fat-bath
fl-'w at 9 A. M. Prayer meeting, every
T!iurs!a.v at 7J P. M. Communion services
Kir-st Sabbath of every month at 10 A. jM.
t- Fniiicis' church Mas at 10J A. M-,
the second and iourth Suudavs of each
Wealviae a'l young people who intend
o-,.in" ti-om home to school, to so to the
Histe Normal School at Editiloro. It is
cht Bi,tboiouph and practical.
New Goods J. B- Graham & Sons
have just o ened a eaouable stock of new
r.ih. to which they direct the attention of
the public. Persons in want of goods should
cail at once a:iJ embrace the opportunity of
i looting from a full stock.
Vor e'uvn'.ars of the Iron City College,
'giving fall particulars of the course of study
and method of instiuctioo, qualifications
for ruierin.;.'. time of commencing. neces
sary cstn.., address the Principals,
iciih jt Cowley, Pittsburg, Pa.
I'hm.ivmh an Items. A tribe of "Red
Men" was instituted at Philipsbur. on
Wa !iaJ;iy list, O.tober 26th. ... A new
SJ. K. church is to be erected in Piiilipsburg.
It is to I-e of brick, larce and handsome. . .
Tii ('iHidatijn of a new Catholic church
l.M just ticcn laid in Piiilipsburg. The
I ai'.Jing is to L.o frame, and to be completed
Thank Yur. Our neighbors of the lir
j n'.'icmi la-t irerk came to our aid in refer-
env tu L-iviut; thai i,!J slump rt moved fivin
Tli'r.l .-.1:0,1, We thank them for their
l";;o uhiv to the Proi:ch I)uds ";o havj
ti.e cu. removed ;" not that we apprehend
any personal injury from its continued pres
ence, bur on sufi'ur.t of the danger of acci
dent to ytli !$. Hit it again, neighbor.
;!r, JSki'ort for the week
M'lini; .ca'ur !a.-. O ;tijhir i.'!.l. IM.VJ, as
furt.ish.-d ly K. P.-nton, K.-.j., ol Perm tn. :
iiiiu:um of ihermometer, jUonOct. 17th ;
Minimum. I'!', i.ii Ot-t. L'Jth; M.-an, from
three J.-iiiy observations 7 a. m. and 2 and
9 p. i.i. - ,:7.4 .M.:.vnitim of barometer,
or. lth. 2.t. Mitiimum, on L';!d, 27.K).
l. an of l-armietor L'rs.ti."). Pain fell during
: L .SI I ..t an inch. Mostly cloudy with
rs:n .-n Friday nitht and Saturday. Cool
n.-nrtiitics wi:!i heavy frosts.
TllR liAM-.-Tbe CL-arfield Cornet Band
ha iuipn.rd greatly, uudi:r the effieient
itvrjini.ms of Pr-)!. Rowbothatu, durins
t!.o j,--t tiirce weeks. On Wednesday and
1w.r-.lay eveniUi'S -f last week the Band
fcri-na-leJ the citizens of our borough ten
f''iy. The music was delightful and soul
o tr;:i.. atid was highly commended l y all
uo::i -e heard fpeak of it. We hope the
r-e.ler will continue their efforts at itn
i-u.Vfn.tnt. as ve fri 1 assuifd, thht.with the
rofr attcntiou end practice, the Clearfield
ion-H j?mid will rank, ere long, as one o'
tl -- b-est in the State.
Indian v (Jouxtv. A young man named
iidrri-M.il Isentirrg. residing in White towu-h:p,-h.!t
a ?un heavily loaded with squirrel idiot. He
hi i-n iin:ir in and stopped under a tree
' j -i . ;ror (r"iu the r;.!n. After the shower
"1,,;''''. ! picked up his guu by the muz
lf t'.iaw it to hiui, when the trigger
'ojch; :i a bush and discharged it, the en
tire o.!ii.in ei tering his side about the fifth
r:!'- h is supposed the wound will prove
U u V;r. James Voting, fell over (he
la u-!r:.,!e at the Indiana House, in Indi-f-,1,1
the third s:ory to the fiist floor.
He vra- see-e:y bruisod, but the wonder
l; ".at he was not killed.
I' i yn:E Cor sty. The barn of Mr. John
. .. H j-n-.-r, in Bc.ggs township, a short
iii ro fr(..ro Miie.-burg, was burned on ihe
W'-t ..t. October l'.'th, at about eleven o--'-''k.
J he rutire conn nts, including seven
.ra,l ,.f hi.i-kea, MH) bu.-hels of wheat and a
-r aii:,.tit,t uf hay wrs also destroyed.
' -fiijht ht-ail of cattle, in the barnyard,
'b''!!er from the heat, in a bhed at
s i'tifl to tho barn, and the burning straw
ri''ing off all retreat, the poor brutes per-H;'i-
They were found lying with heads
'ward each other. Tha family of Mr.
-"r knew nothing of the fire until the
hi 1 etteuded alnnst over the entire
lu"u'J'?- Some people of Milesburg ob
rv"i the iiiht, aud were upon the spot of
u-uctiun as son as ihe sufferers. The
,u"s ai.out .-,.i.kk) partly insured. . . .
M ..inlay. October 20th, at C o'clock, P.
" ', tire broke oat in a ftame building at
ued to ihe brick store occupied by Loeb,
Lookon Aileghenv street, Bellcfonte,
l owned by Mr. Jas. D. Turner. The
"r a!oou beyond the extinguishing fa
''tit.s on the ground, and the loss of goods
'r'i?l beiweeu $27,000 aud 30,000 resulted.
Insurance to the amoutit of $15,000 had
wtt effected Ui,0 tiie po0ljSi Xo :ntjur.
on the building. The loss is a severe
oa all concerned.
Wanted. A girl to do general house
work. Apply at this office.
Qlarttrlt Meeting. The Third quar
terly meeting of Curwcnsville M. E. church
will be held on Sunday, October 31st Rev.
Thomas Barnhait officiating. The Presid
ing elder wili preach several sermons the
The next quarterly meeting of the M. E.
church, in ClearSeld, (Rev. V. II. Pill,
Pastor), will be held on Saturday and Sun
day, October 30th and 31st. Preaching on
Saturday evening, Sunday morning and eve
ning, by Rev. J. McMurray, P. K. Lecture
to children on Sunday afternoon at 2 1 . M.
Coarse Boots for $4.00 ; Kip Boots for
$4.50; Heavy k;p Boots from S0.00 to
$7,50 ; Fine Calf Boots from $ 5.00 to IS. 00 '.
Boysand Youths' Boots from $ 1.75 to 4. 50
Ladies' Shoes at all prices. Hats and Caps
from 50cts. to $5.00 at the Shoe and Hat
Store of J. K. P. Lightcap, Market street,
''One may exhaust the domain of medi
cal virtues and medical promises, without
finding any remedy, so simply compounded
and at the same time possessing such inval
uable properties as the 'Pine Tree Tar Cor-
dial'of Dr. WisLart. It is a common-sense
medicine, and will cure, not because of puf
fery, but because it is a simple and health
ful natural agent. The diseases it will cure
are those which appertain to disordered
stomachs and an unhealthy condition of the
blood. Their name is 'legion.' The Gur
tJi'il is no experiment ; it is a long establish
ed and widely circulated remedy, suji ported
by the lest testimonials of loth par,ent and
physician. Its action is powerfui'y exiedi
tcd by a concurrent use of ' i-b.arfc's Amer
ican Dyspepsia Pills,' where the nature of
ihe case require it. At No. 232 Ncrth
Second Street, consultations may be had
free of charge with evuioont physicians.
For more special c'ai'ais of the Pine Tree
Tar Remedy, we invite atteution to our ad
vertising columns, and request the afflicted
tocail oraddress,a thera directed." iVt,
October J, ISO0-.
Tribute of Kespect.'
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God
in His wise providence, to remove from our
midst, by sudden death, our very highly es
teemed Brother and fellow-worker in the
excellent cause of Temperance, Roszel Bar
tretn Lee ; therefore be it
Jlcnlced. liv the officers and members of
Glen Hope Lodge of the I. O. of G. T., of
which he was a most worthy member, that
w j deeply deplore hits loss as a jiieuiler of
our order and social circle.
Jftsnlvfil, That we should follow closely
his example, by being more zealous in our
good cause,and by being kind and courteous
toward each other, and by daily striving in
every laudable way to build up the cause he
so much love-l.
liwulvrd. That we hereby tender to the
surviving Brother and Sister of the deceased
our warmest sympathies 'in this their, and
our. sad bereavement.
Resolred, That a copy of th.p above reso
lutions be giveu to the relatives nf tho de
ceased as a memento of our affection and
kindly feeling for them, and that a copy be
sent to tbeoountv papers for publication.
J.'W. RlVKi.KY, )
H. A. Wrhjht, V Comm.
W. J. Mullen, J
Goner's Lady's Book L. A. Godey,
Phil'a Price $3 a year. The November
number contains a fine steel plate, a six fig
tire colored fashion plate, a tinted plate, and
a colored plate of fancy wcik. This work
maintains in reputation as the arbit:r of
fashion, and is worthy the patronage of the
ladies everywhere. Now is the time to
make up club lor 1S70.
Lady's Friend Deacon & Peterson
Phil'a Price, 2.50 a year. The Sisters
is a splendid steel engraving in the Novem
ber number. The fashion plate and other
illustrations are also hrndsome. It is a great
favorite with ladies, and gaining in popu
larity. Clubs for 1S70 should now he com
menced. AitTiu'R'r; Home Magazine T. 8. Ar
thur& Sous, Phil'a Price, $2 a year. Oue
of the best literary publications of the day.
It has long been a favorite with the reading
pubiic, and is still woithy a liberal support.
Club latc-s, eight copies for $J2, with a
handsome premium to getter up of club.
Once a Month T. S. Arthur Si Sons,
Phil'a Price, $2 a year. An illustrated
magazine of choice reading for the people.
Is acknowledged to be a work of high liter
ary excellence, by its numerous readers. To
clubs of eight at $ 1.50 each, aud a copy to
getter up of club.
Children's Hour T. S.Arthur 4 Sons,
Phil'a Price, $1.50. A mouthly illustrat
ed magazine for the little ones. Ten cop
ies, and one to getter up of club, for $10.
This work is certainly the best of its kind
published, and should be in every house
hold. MARRIED :
On Thursday. Oct. 14th, lsOO. by Rev.
W. M. Burchtield, Mr. 11. F. Bloom, ol
Pike tp.t and Miss Ellis Mooke, of Fer
On Sunday, Oct. 17th, 1S60. by E. Hilte
braud, Efj., Mr. Bailsek IIi'Laoan and
Miss Maky C. Younu, both of Ferguson
At the M. E parsonage in Curwensville,
on Tuesday. Oct. ly, I SO-., by Rev. W. G.
Ferguson, Mr. James Spackman and Miss
Mary E. Reed, all of this county.
On Thursday, Oct. 21st. 1S69, at his of
fice in Al.oona, by Rev. t. T. Styles, Mr.
James Morrison and Mrs. Nancy Cain,
b-th of Jancsville, Clearfield county.
On Sunday, Oetober 24, 1S60, by Fred'k
Hollopeter, Es.,Mr. Frederick W. Hol
lopktkk, of Union tp., and Miss Mart E.
Dorr, ot Glen Hope, Clearfieid county.
At his residence in Girard township, on
Sunday morning, October 10th, 1SC'., John
Spackman, in the 70th year of his age. The
deceased was one of our oldest citizens
having removed into our county at an early
day. He was a tender and affectionate hus
band, an indulgent parent, a kind aud ac
commodating neighbor much beloved and
highly resiected by all who knew him. His
death is deeply mourned by the community
StJienck's Pulmonic Syrup,
Seeweed Tonic and Mandrake Pille.will cor Con
sumption. Liver Ccii.pl aint and Dyspepsias if fa
tten according to directions. inyarea;r toree
tu be taken at the tame time. They clearne the
stomach, relax the liver, and pat it to wsvk ; then
the appetite becomes good, tne food digests and
makes good blood, the patient begins-to grow in
flesh, the diseased matter ripens in 1M l-ngs.and
the patient outgrows the disease and gets well.
This is tba odI; way to cure the consumption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. Zi. Sehenck, of
Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled success in the
treatment of pulmonary consumption. The Pul
monic Syrup ripens the morbi'i matter in the
lungs, nature throws it off by a'j easy expectora
tion, for when the phlegm o matter is ripe, a
slight ceugh will throw it off, and the patient has
rest and the lung begin to heal. To do this, the
Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake rills must De treeiy
used te cleanse the stomach and liver, so that the
Pulmonic Syrup aid th food will make good
Liver Complaint is r.ne of the most prominent
causes of Consumption. Schenck's Seaweed Ton
ic is a gentle stimulant and alterative, and the
alkali in the Seaweed, which this preparation is
mads of. assists the stomach to throw out the gas
trie juice to dissol ve the food with the Pulmonio
Syrup, and it isiriadeinto good blood without fer
mentation or sorting in the stomach. The great
reason why physicians do not cure consumption is
they try to d too much ; tbey give medicine to
stop the coui.h, to stop chills, to stop night sweats,
hectic fever, and by so doing they derange the
whole digestive powers. locking up the secretions
and eventually the patient sinks and dies.
- Dr. Sc'ueuck, in his treatment, docs not try to
stop a cough, night sweats chi'tls or fever. Re
move r'ue cauie.aud they will all stop of their own
accor'i No one can be cured of eonsnmption, liv
er complaint, dyspepsia... catarrh, canker, ulcer
ated throat, unless the liver and stomach are made
If a person haseonsumption.of eonrse the lungs
in some wav are diseased, either tubercles, ab
scesses, bronchial irritation, pleura adhesion, or
the lungs are a mass of infiatnttioo and fast de
caying. In such cases what must be done? It
is not only the lungs that are wasted.bat it is the
whole body. The stomach and liver have lost
their power to make blood out of food. Now the
onlycbance is to lake Schenck's three medicines,
which will bring up a tone to the stomach, the
patient will begin want food, it will digrst easily
and make good blood ; then the patient begins to
gain in flesh, and as soon as the body begins to
grow, the lungs begin to heal up. and the patient
gets fleshy and well. This is the only way to
When there is no lung disease, and only liver
complaint and dyspepsia, Schenck's Seaweed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills are sufficient without
the Pulmonic Syrup. Take the Mandrake Pills
freely in all bilious complaints, aa they are per
foctl j harmless.
Dr. Scbenck, who has enjoyed uninterrupted
healtb'fur many years past, and now weighs 226
pounds, was wasted away to a mere skeleton, in
the very last stage of a ulmonary consumption, his
physicians having pronounced his ease hopeless
au.l abandoned hiui to his fate, fie was cured
by the aforesaid mdicines.and since his recovery
many similarly afflicted have used Dr. Schenck's
preparations with the same remarkable success
The directions accompanying each, make it not
absolutely necessary to see Dr. Sehenck, unices
the patients wish their lungs examined, and for
this purpose he is Professionally at his Principal
Office. Philadelphia, every Saturday, where all
letters for advice must be addressed. He is also
professionally at No. 32 Bond Street, New York,
ever other Tuesday, and at No. 35 Hanover St..
Boston, every other Wednesday. He pives advice
free, but for a thorough examination with bis
Kospirometor the price is 6. Office hours at each
city from Ji-M to S P. iM.
Price of the Pulmonic Syrnp RIul Seaweed Ton
ic each $1.60 per bottle, or 58 50 a half-doxen.
Mandrake Pills 3i cents a box. For sale by all
DR. J. H. SCHENCK,
Ap. 7.'9Jy. 1j N. gA&'t., Phifa, Pa
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Let
ters of Administration on the estate of
Robert Thompson, Sr., late of Lawrence township,
deceased, having been granted to the undersign
ed, notice is hereby given that all persons in
debted to said estate are required to in. ike im
mediate payment. and those having claims against
the same will present tbem froperly anthentica
ted tor settlement to SIMO.N THOMPSON,
Oct. 13. ISfiU-Ctp. Administrator.
Y) R. B. C L A R ' 3
roa bali it
Soyer & Baaw and HarUwlak A Irwia,
Aag 4.'tt-1y Ketail Price, (1 0 per paekag.
y O. THO M PS O N ,
AJ MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 90S Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Especial attention is invited to this commodi
ous and beautiful establishment, the extensive
stock of seasonable and desiiabte goods always
on hand, the reputation obtained as a leader in
fashions, and the great facilities possessed for the
fabrication and prompt dispatch ot all orders
Although eminent in the prosecution of every
branch of the trade, for the particular benefit ef
the great number dissatisfied, PANTALOON
CUTTI tV(Z, ai a pciafittf. is announced, which
is an art not obtained by imitation, but through
close stndy. experience and practice.
Those desiring easy and stylish panta1oon.are
nv ited to give this method a trial. Oct ,,'69 3m
L OW PRICE SI
NEW SPRING STOCK
Trimmings aud notions la great variety.
WHITE G OODS,
Stamped Geeds, Hosiery and Q levee.
Corsets and Fkirts,
Ladies Shawls and Coats, new styles.
Flowers, Kibbens, Ae.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Window Shades and fix tare.
Ladies' and Chlldrens' Ehoes,
WA LL PAPER, WALL PAPMX,
Carpets, and Oil Cleths,
HATS AXD CAPS,
Prints, Mastins, Ginghams. Tickings, Oet
tonades.Cassimeres, Tweeds, As:, Ae.
Cheaper than the cheapest.
Jute 16, '69. D. G . KIYLLK8.
Whit Lead, Zine Paint, Linsetd Oil. Turpentine,
Varnishes of all kinds, Colors, in ail and
dry. Paint and Varnish brushes.
Clearfleld.Pa -Jl 5,'.
QN MY OWN HOOK.
Raving purchased the entire stock at the
old stand of Kirk H Speneer, in Lumber City,
I intend carrying on the business as hereto
fore. MY MOTTO IS TO SELL CHEAP FOR
Thanking onr frienda and customers for
past patronage I selicit acoatinoance ot tbe
Sept. 15th, 18S9! ISAAC CIRC.
o. a. nutsToi.
v. a. m raaeioa
N EW FIRM !
FULLERTOX & McPhERSO,
Keep constantly on hand Fresh Meats, seek a.
BEEF, VEAL, MCTT05, Etc.,
All kinds of Vegetables, in season,
BUTTER, LARD, Etc.,
Which they will (ell at tbe lowest market prices
Cash paiJ for Cuttle, Batter, etc.
1100M ON MARKET ST.,
Clearfield. Pa -May 12 '69.
a. r. hots tx.
; a. t. Touae
B0YNT0X & YOUNG,
Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets,
Mulay and Circular Saw Mills,
HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS,
BnAFTING. PL'LLETS, BOLTS,
and all kinds of Mill work.
STANLEY PARLOR STOVES,
Heating Stoves, Sled Shoes, PIqws,
and castings of all kinds.
Giffards' Injector, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles,
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Caps, Gauge Cosks,
Air Coeks, Globe Valves, Cheek Valves,
Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps,
Boiler Feed-Pumps, Anti-friotion
Metals, Soap Stone Packing,
Gum Packing, Aa.. Ae.,
December 9, ISSS-tf.
J. B. GEAHAK.
B. W. OBABAIf .
A. A. OSABAM.
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS,
WH0LESALB AXD RETAIL DEALERS
Id all kinds of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Queens
ware, Wood and Willowware, Flour,
Bacon, Fisb.Balt etc, MarketSt.,
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets, Silks, Coborgs, Alpacas,
Merinos. Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ging
hams, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Sn
' shade. Handkerchiefs Kid and
rals, Hoop-skirts, and a
general variety of rib
Buttons, Braids, etc, at the lowest prises.
They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and
Fancy Cassimeres,Sattinetts, Tweeds, Mel
tons, Water-proof Cloth, Silk, Satin
and common Vestings, eto., in
great variety, and at prices
that will give general
satisfaction to buyers.
A general assortment of Ready-made Cloth
ing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware and Queensware, a good
Block, Wood and Willowware,
and a full stock of Groceries.
GRAHAM SONS sell all articles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country
store, and hence the people generally
will find it to their advantage to
buj goods of theia.
Grain and country produce taiea
exchange for Gee is.
A I THORN.N. V.t Physician and
Scrgeon, having located at Kylertown.
Pa., offers his professional services to the eiti
tens ot that place and vicinity Sep.29-ly
arm st bo so. : : :
ARMSTRONG HSN, Attokbt-at-Law
Williamsport, Lyceming County, Pa. All
leral business entrusted to them will be carefully,
and promptly attended to, Ang.4,'es-6m.
PURE BUCK LEAD, equal is quality to
English white lead; Oils, Faints and
Varnishes of all kinds; Gold leaf in books, and
bronxes. for sale by A.I.SHAW.
Clearfield, October 23, 186T.
Ql AWED LUMBER. Tho undersigned
having started in the Lumber business,
near Osceola. Clearfield eouBty, Pa., is now p re-
Dared to furnish nine boards, clear an - panel
stuff. Ac Pine and Hemlock bills sawed to order
and shipped on short notice.
May 5, lS9-tf. Clearfield co.. Pa.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The undersigned offers at private sale the un
divided one half, or the whole ef the Bald Hills
Property, in Girard township, Clearfield eo., Pa
Said property centains about FIFTEEN HON-
until AUttca or lana, wen iimoerea who rine
Hemlock and Oak. A good STEAM SAW MILL
fifty horse power, with capacity to cut 211,900 feet
per day, is erected thereon. Also, a f icket.snin
gle and Lath Mill connected. The machinery is
comparatively new and in good order,
Persons wishing to purchase can receive fur
ther information in regard to price. Ac , by call
ing on JOHN H. FI LFORD, Clearfield, Penn a ,
ALL A. 1KV1.N, on the premises, or tne under
Aug. ll,lS69-3in. JAMESIRVIN.jSsB.
flSS H. S. SWAN'S, Schoolor SVWs,
Tbe Fall Term of twenty -two weeks will e
saeaceoa Monday, Septembers, ISO.
tibbs o Tciviea.
Reading. Ortfcog raphy.Writtng.Objeet Lee
sons. Primary Aritnnietie and Priaiarr
Geography, per half term, (ef 11 weeks), 94 wj
History, Local and Deeenptlve tteograpky
with Md Drawing. Gramaiar. Meatei
and Written Arithmetic, M
Algebra and tbe eVeiensee, t
Instruction in Instrumental Masla, I e
Oil Painting, 12
Wax Work, St
For full particulars send far Clreilar.
Clearfield, Aegust 2. ls9-Sm
The First Session of tbe next Sohelastie year
of this Institution, will eommenoe ea Monday
tha 8th day of September, 1S69.
Pupils can enter at any time. They will he
charged with tuition from the time they eater te
the close of the session.
The course of instruction embraeae everykhiag
included in a thorough, praetieal and aeeeai
pliahed education of both sexes.
The Principal having had the advantage ef
much experience in his profession, assares pa
rents and guardians that his entire ability aad
energies will be devoted to the meatal and aseral
training of tba youth plaoed under his charge,
Tanas or Tcivios:
Orthography, Reading, Writing aad Prist ary
Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) li H
Grammar, Geography, Arlthmetio, aad Hiato
i;;rbra,Oeometry, Trlgonftaetry, Measuratien
Surveying, VbUoaZ?7 Pay'owfy, Otitry
Book-keeping, Botany, eB Physical tteegra
Latin, Greek and Freash.wltk aiy ef the a
bove branches, (12.99
Mosio. Piano, (39 lessons,) 119.99
Uir No deduction will be aaaae fer aksaaea.
For further particulars inquire ef
Rsv. P.L.HAJIRI80. A .
July 31.1387. Principal.
rpHE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
Incorporated by the Letfisltiture of Peuntiflvmnia,
January, 24. 1857. for the
Safe keeping of Bonds and other Seenrities.Gold
and Silver. Silver Plate. Books. Records. Dia
monds, and valuables of all descriptions, under
guarantee, and for the Renting of Safes, in its
burglar Proof Vavlts. Building and OSes, No.
83 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
For a year or less
Gov't anS all other coupon secu
rities, including bank bills, SI 00 per 1.900
Gold coin or bullion, 1 2a per 1,000
Silver coin or bullion, 2 90 fer 1,000
Silver or Gold plate, under seal. on
owner's estimate of full value,
and rate subject to adjustment
for bulk, en a basis of 1 00 per 1000
Deeds, Mortgages, Valuable Papers generally,
when of no fixed value,?! a year each, or ac
cording to bnlk. Wills, S.'i. which premium cov
ers the remainder of the life of the maker. Cash
Boxes. or small tin boxes, fur papers of Bankers,
Capitalists. Merchants. Lawyers. Tradesmen. Fam
ilea, Ac, will be received at 525 each box or trunk
per year, or they will be insured for the full a
mount, the contents being known, at above rates.
No charge less than one dollar. The company is
also prepared to rent small iron safes, (each fur
nished with a tin box) inside its burglar proof
vault, the renter exclusively holding the key
thereof, at the following rates, vii : S15, S20, S30,
$60, $75, and $100 per annum. Also, to Store
Books, Account Records, Valuable Title Papers,
etc., at reasonable rates.
Officers. President, William Philips; Vice
President, Henry Lloyd ; Directors. Wm. Philips,
Henry Lloyd, Wm. Rea, Wm. M Lyon. James I.
Bennett, Byron II. Painter, Joseph U. Morrison,
George Black. Curtis G. Hussey ; Secretary and
Treasurer. S. F. Von Bonnhorst. (Sep 29 3m.
Advantages of the MUTUAL Plan tver the
Return Premium Plan of
S3 65 SSS 0
18 90 189 00
2S 59 2S5 00
49 95 499 50
On the ages named the rates 6f the Stock Com-
&any are from 25 to 84 percent, higher th-n the
Policy for 85,000 at I Policy in the Mutual
age of 32, on the return I Company. same age. half
premium plan ol rioca , casn. nan note, tor 51.-
Companies, annual pre
OOO.will cost in 10 years,
mium, all cash. S139 50,
aud no Dividend to be
made. In caseof death
at end of 10 years, the
Stock Company will pay
Am't of Policy $5,000
Return Premium 1,395
in cash, including in
terest on notes. SI ,505.
But tbe Mutual Compa
ny will pay the
Am t of Policy $19,000
Less Pr'm notes 500
sad 4 dividends.
Showing that for 9110 ior Cash Premium.
the gain on the Mutnal plan to the insured mem
ber's family is Fifty Per Cent. Should death
occur at the endol years, the comparison would
Cash p'd Stock Co. .597 50-p'd to family5.97 60
" Mutual " $735 00- " 89,500 99
At the age of 40, the Mutual plan fer $1,916 49
Cash Premium, will yield $9,360 ; while tbe Stock
plan for $2 032 50. Cash Premium, yields $7,032.
60, Showing a gain on the mutual plan of $2,
327 50, and dividend.
IXSURK TOCR LIFE IN THE
IT. B. SWOOPE, Agent,
Jy.l4,'69-tf. Clearfield, Pa.
1 celebrated RICHARDSOS BOOTS for srle, 1
wholesale and retail, at J. P. KRATZEP.'S.
Flour in Barrels or Sacks.
Oue car load of Salt,
Coffee by the Bag or PouurL
Sugar by Barrel or Pound.
Choice Teas in Chests or sin
Choice Syrups by Barrell or
Mackerel and other Fish by
Barrel or Dozen,
Ten tons Rye Chop, Corn and
Oats and other Feed.
I will sell the abore from two to five
per cent, lower than goods of the
same quality can be bonght
in Clearfield Town.
Clearfield. Sep. 29. 1SS9.
FALL OPENING !
ARNOLD & HARTSHORN,
Have just opened a large and mest; couplets stock
OF DRY GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
1300TS AND SHOES,
BACON, SALT, Lc.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AS TO
QUALITY AND PRICES.
All kinds of Limber and Produce taken in ex
change for goods.
Give us a call before purchasing else
where. ARNOLD k HARTSHORN.
Cnrwensville, bept 22, 1869
NEW FALL GOODS
JCST 0PE3ED AT THB
BANNER SHOE AND HAT STORE
. a: p. lightcap,
Mtrlrt Street. Clearfield, Pm.
All grades of coarse boots for Men,
Youth and Children.
All styles of Hats and Caps for every
body. Ladies work rcadtf a speciality in this
Call early and be suited.
Q U1CK SALES & SMALL FR OF1TS.
Place i Next door to Adams' Express
Clearfield", Sept. 22. 1869.
18G9. SEPTEMBER. 1SG9.
' LOWER PRICES!
We fire just opening a largo and com
; plete stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
embracing a full line of
RES GOODS. NOTIONS,
PAISLEY, WOOLEN AND ZEPHIR SHAWLS,
for Underwear, Dresses, Capes, Ac,
TRIMMINGS, of all kinds,
ALEXANDRES' KID GLOVSS,
(superior to Jevins,)
ZEPHYR AND WORSTED,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHIBG
GOODS, HATS, CAPS, FURS,
Ac., Ac,, Ac.
Having selected our stock with the greatest care,
buyers will find a decided advantage
Having made arrangements with an Importing
House, country dealers will be supplied
with Zephyr at New tor, and
Philadelphia johbiag nrleea.
W Hi REED t CO.
ClearSeld, Sept. 22, 1M9.
T K. BOTTOKF'S
J J lOTTlfi J? A P U fZ A 1 I.KK V
MABKBT STBBST, CLXABriBLD, rB!rA.
Negatives made in elendy as wetl as in clear
weather. CenstaatlT ea hand a lood assortment
of Frames. Stereoscopes and Stereoeoopic Views.
frames, irom any style ef moulding, maae so
order. dec- 2-'6-jy. 14-69-tf.
EMOVA L G U N S H OP
The undersigned begs leave te inform his old
and new customers, and the public generally,
that he has fitted up a new GUN SHOP, on tha
lot OB the corner of Fourth aad Market streets,
Clearfield. Pa., where he keeps constantly on
hand, and make to order, all kinds ol Gnns.
Also, gnns re bored and revarnished, and repaired
neatly on short notice. Orders by mail will re
ceive prompt attention.
June 9, 1S69. JOHN SIOORE.
fJiIIE LEONARD HOUSE,
(Near the Railroad Depot)",
Reed Street, Clearfield, Pa.
G. D. GOODFELLOW : : : : : Profhibhob.
A new first claas Ilotel in every respect con -fortabte
rooms all the modern improvements
the best of Liquors prompt attendance, and rear
sonable charges. The patronage of the public te
respeotfully soliche'd. jy-2l-tf
Dealer fn Dry Goods, Dress Goods. Mftltnery
Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Stone
ware, Clothing, Boots. Shoes, Data, Caps, Floor,
Bacon, Fish, Salt, eto., is constantly receiving sew
supplies from the cities, which he will diapese ol
at tbe lowest market prices, to customers. Before
purchasing elsewhere, examine his stock.
Clearfield, August 28, 1867.
GOOD ARB CHEAP U!
Men, Tooths and Boys can beiuplpled with full
suits of seasonable BBd fashionable clothing at
RfclZENSTUI. KKOS' ft CO.,
where it is sold at prices that will induce their
purchase. The universal satisfaction which has
been given, has induced them to increase their
stock, which is now not sarpa:sed try any estab
lishment of the kind in this part ef the State.
Reizenstein Bro's 4 Co.,
Sell goods at a very small profit, for easb ;
Their goods are well made and fashionable.
They give every one the worth ef his money.
They treat their customers all alike.
They sell cheaper than every body else.
Their store is conveniently situated.
Tbey having purchased their stock rt rednced
prices they can sell cheaper ti an others
For these and other reasons persons should boy
their clothing at
REIZEN'PTEIN BRO'8 k CO.
Prednce of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. May IS, Ii?a4.
JtEW SPRING STOCK1
J. SHAW 4 SON.
Have just returned from the east aad are bow
opening an entire new stook ef goods in die room
formerly occupied by Wm. t. Irwin, en Market
Street, which they now offer te the public at the
lowest cash prices.
Their stock consists of a general aisertarent ef
Dry Goods', Groceries, Queensware, fl aad ware,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, DrecaGeeee,
Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Brooms, Bails, etc. ,
in fact, everything usually kept in a astail stere
can be had by calling at this Ctere, er will he
procured to order.
Their stock is well' selected, and consists of the
newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latest
styles', and will be sold at lowest prices for cask,
or exchanged for approved country produce.
Be sure and call and examine oar stock before
making your purchases, as we are determined
please all who may favor as with their custom.
May, 18of. J. SHAW A SON.
a. l. Bxcn.
S. r. Boor,
; NOTICE, w
CLEARFIELD TLANING MILL
Msssm. HOOP, WEAVER A CO., Proprietor,
would respectfully Inform the cltiiens ef the
county that they have Completely refitted aad
supplied their PLANING MILL, In this Boroogh,
with tbe best and latest improved
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
and are now prepared te execute all orders In
their line of business, such as
Sash, iJoors, Blinds, Brackets, and
x . Moldings, of all kinds.
Tbeheve a large stock of dry lamber on hand,
and will pay cash for elear stuff, ene-and-a-balf
inch pannel plank preferred Nov (.'67.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
Wa bee- leave to inform nnr nM ,r.H ...
me.-s. that we have removed Our establishment to
the new building just erected on Market street,
nearlv adioininir thm M n finn. . i. -
and opposite Graham A Sons' store, where we re
spectfully invite the public to come and buy their
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI
CINES, OILS. PAINTS 4- VARNISHES.
Onr stock of Drags and. Medicinesconsist of every
tning used, selected with the greatest care, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE!
a.'.go keep a full stock of Dyes, Perfumeries
Toilet artfoIes.Soaps. Tooth Brushes. Hair Brush
es, Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind of
Brushes. We have a la- ge lot of
Vhite Lead, Turpentine,
Flaxseed Oil, Paints, aad In fact everything ased
in the painting business, which we offer M City
prices to cash vsyert.
TOiACGO AND SEGARS,
Confectionery. Spices, and tbe largest stock- of va
rieties ever offered in this place, and warranted
to be of the best the market affords.
J O HARTfWICK,
Dee. 2, 1868. JOHN F. IRWIN.