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W laffewatt' oitinaf, gfearpcfh, ga., "gloDcmficr 17, i860.
V'p?o To innro th. safe transmission
To Ismail, patron, should remit by check
"""J order or have their letters registered,
or onJ ,ncio,ed in the first paper after
J Trou8 and Clearfield Railroad.
-.. leaves Tyrone at : : 9.00 am
irri "at Clearfield at : s 12.10. m.
, . YZ '"ate .Clearfield a : : : 2.SO p m.
M,llArr't Tyrone at : : : 5.35 p.m.
"iih Cincinnati Express East at 0a
Con"u'l i-..titl.p,m ; Bald Eagle tx
P ",'. 7 ufl V- m
p Accommodation Train.
L" . : : : ::' -SI:::
Arrives t Osoeola at
L,t Philip-"-'. : :.
ArT;, mt Clearfield at
10 15 A. M.
2 oo p. h.
2 30 p. .
6.45 p. M.
,, t,iini s. Divine services will le held
n.itVabUti.'. in Clearfield, a- follows:
Rl. iev Vx lirtr.in the Lutheran church,
til V M ami 7 l'.M. tfal.bath school at 'J J
M. r'pr meeting every Wednesday
ivanine at 7 o'clock. , .
Hr Rev Hall, in St. Andrew s Episcopal
e& ..i" A. M. and 7 P. M. . Sunday
school at 3 P. M. l'ry meeting every
Wednesday evcnm? t . o c.ock.
By Il.'v. Butler.in the Presbyterian church,
,n.rnin Md evening. Sabt.ath e 100I at
S Y. M. l'rayrr meeting every ediiesilay
eveninir at 7 n'c-Wk.
By lUv. W. II. Di'l, in the Methodist
ohurVb, mornine and evening. Sabbath
rhool at 9 A. M. Prayer met ting, every
Thurv'av at 7 J P- M. Communion services
First Sibbath of every month at 10 A. 31.
St. Francis' church Mass at 10, A. M.,
th soeotid and fourth Sundavs of each
month. . - .
Another arrival of Beaver Cloaking toi
ladies, at Wm. Reed k Co's.
Vnr Snow On Sunday morning last.
the earth was again bedeck ed with about
thrre inches of snow, wlicrer.y we are aa
nioniicd that winter in all its reality and
seventy is bursting upon us. - -
Thanksgiving Skrvh es. A union ser
vice will Le held in the Presbyterian church
of this borough, on Tlianktgtrii z day, at
1 1 o'clock, A. M. The various congrena
tu.ns, and the public generally, are cordial
ly invited to be present.
(.'Hriw'H Iedioatoix. -The dedication of
the firt Methodist church in Bloom town
ship, will take place on Sunday, the oth of
Jicceailer next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. The
Rev. Ii;bison of Pittsburg will be preaent
t-i preach the dedicatory sermon. . The Bev.
Wilson in also expected to be piesont. The
Her. James Clary, the partor in charge,
cordially invites the public to attend.
CorET. A court of couituoti pleas was in
soskion all l:i.-t week, at which considerable
civil business was disposed of. On Monday
liioruing last, the Court again convened, and
tip to this time much business has been
iransarted. Tli attendance of persons thi.-
week has greatly exceeded that of last week.
Not beiiii able to procure the proceedings
thus far had, for .10 day's Journal, we shall
endeavor to give the entire doings of the
two weeks in our next.'
Fata'. ArriPFNT. On Friday last, a lit
tle dunghierut Franklin McConuick ot Jor
dan township, nged about i years, met with
an ixvidenl ihat H'sulttd ill dculh. She
a engaged in kindling a fire under a keltic
in the yard, when lier clothes took fire, and
be tin i lie flames could be extinguished s lie
was mot terribly bin nt. She lingered in
intense pain tint II Saturday uiorning. when
death relieved her from her sufferings. The
entile coimiiiiuity .ytiipaihize with the be
reaved family in their sad affliction.
Shot Arruir.XTAl.l.v. We learn that
Mr. Hiram Woodward, of Huoton tp., was
seriously injutcd h a gun in his own bauds,
on Tuesday, of last week. He was out
hinting, and, c lining to a log slide, he stop
1-ed to ulk with the person attending it.
While engaged in conversation ho took the
gun from his shoulder and set it on the side
of the slide. Suddenly the gun slipped
fm m its resting place, and the hammer
ttrikingon the log discl.arged it the ballen
teriiiS Mr. W's left arm near the wrist, enier
ginz just below the elbow, and lodging in
hi.' b dy near the shoulder. The injuries
Musiained by him are of a serious character
aril likely to prove fatal.
Clearfield Academy. The second
garter, of the present scholastic year, of
the Clearfield Academy, will commence on
Monday next, November 22d. The facili
ties of ibis institution, for obtaining a good
education, are unsurpassed by that of any
tnnilar one in Central 'Pennsylvania. An
additional attraction of the Academy is the
importunity afforded of receiving instruc
tions in vocal and instrumental music, under
a competent teacher. Prof. Harrison de
sfrres much credit tor the manner in which
he conducts bin school, and the 'intenst he
in.'or.fcsts in the advancement of his schol
We cheerfully reommend this institu
twn to all parents who desire to give their
vhiluren a thorough practical education.
An Oi -trade. A Kki.igiol'8 Conore-
ation Iisti hf.d. On Thursday last,
hi!ethe members of the Bartist church,
this place, were engaged in prayer, some
disposed fcounJrel threw a stone wcigh
"s' three and a halt jounds, through the
"f?r sah of a window into the house, but,
fortunately, no one was 1 it with it. The
'"we is rough and sharp cornered, and now
i" oor pisession. Had it struck any per
son al.ut the head it could not have failed
'i mtbet a serious, if not a fatal injury. It
' no uncommon occurrence for a certain
m of individuals to prowl about the
ehurehes in this town, arid keep up a racket
and noie without, while the congregations
orship within ; and the present outrage
uP"n the members of the Baptist rhurch, is
't the natural offspring of the fiendiah
'-'position manifested by these individuals
nn other occasions. The disturbance of re
I'cinus assemblies is one of the gravest of
fences in the catalogue of er'uoes.and should
di-countenneed by every g.Kd citizen.
I( is to be hoped that the perpetrators of,
diabolical act will be disaovered and
mtiuLcd to the utmost extent of the law,
1 warning to others who are predisposed
ui-turb christian worshipers while cnga
i'! in roligious exercises.
t . . . i ....... .-K Hurt nf T -l , 1 1
Coat anJ Press Buttons and Triruiuings, at
in. lteeu oc v-o
The Normal School is well provided with
facilities for preparing teachers. It has a
superior set of apparatus, lext lsooks in
the common branchea are furnished free.
A Word Of Advice. Parents desirous
of securing to their sons the best facilities
for acquiring a thorough practical Busiueas
education are advised to send for circulars of
the Iron City College, which can be obtain
ed on application to the Principals, SiiUh &
Cowley, Pittsburg, Pa.
Will be opened on Friday the finest line'
gents Bows, Ties and Gloves ever brought
to town, ut Wm. Keed & Co'.i.
Pitt3bubo Female Collkuic. The win
ter term of this sterling institution will
open on Monday, December 6th. It is in
every way worthy of its large and select pat
ronage, and we heartily commend it to our
readers. Send to the president, llev. L C
Pershing, for a catalogue.
Died at the residence of his father, in
this plaee. on Friday uiorning. November
12th, I860, James P. Kratzf.ii, after an
illness of but three days. Mr. Kratzer was
an exemplary young man, and much re
spected by the entire corn ciunity. He was
aged about 37 years. His remains were fol
lowed to the Catholic cemetery, where they
were interred, by an unusually large con
course of people, on Monday last.
Meteorological Report for the week
ending Saturday, November Gth. 1S69, as
furnished by K. Fenton, Esq., ol Penn tp. :
Maximum of thermorueter,37onNov. 12th ;
Minimum, 17 on Nov. 11th; Mean, from
three daily observations 7 a. m. and 2 and
9 p. m. 25 Maximum of barometer,
on 12th, 2$. 13. Minimum, on 7th, 27.80.
Mean of I arometer 27. y9. Kain fell during
week .351 of an inch. Dpth of suow, 4
Look Oct for Them. A certain set of
sharpers, styling themselves "Wesley's Dra
matic Troupe," are at present traveling
ver the country and defrauditrg hotel keep
ers, musicians, and printers, at every oppor
tunity. Last week they performed at Phil
ipkburg. Centre countr, tor several nights,
and failing to pay the Cornet Band of that
place for services rendered, t heir effects were
levied on by the Constable to pay thj claims
against them. - The. agent of the troupe,
C. H. Scott, also contracted several small
debts in this place, which remain unpaid in
consequence of the seizure of.their proper
ty at Philipsburg. Our brethren of the
press elsewhere, and their friends, the hotel
kcepeis, had better look out for these sharp
ers lest they be defrauded by them.
On Wednesday, Nov. l(iih.l.69. by Cha.
Rohecker, Esq., Mr. Df.UUS Nkwkl and
Miss Lydia M. Hoyt, both of Huston tp.
On" Thursday Nov. 4th; ISO, by Chas.
Ilol-ecker, Eq . Mr. Andrew Edimikr
and Miss Jane Place, both of Huston to.
At hi residence, at Becraria MilK on
Friday. October 2Sth, lSiVJ, Amasa J. Smith,
aced 65 vears.
On Sunday. October 24th, 169.
Hoi, den of Pike township, aged 87 y
and 8 months.
ClearSeld Betail Kartrets.
CoBKKCTan Br R. Dossor. Nov 17, HC9.
Applea.dried lb, $ 12 Hay. ton. Si5(n
Apples, green. bu, I pi) Hams. lb, 2
A pileluitcr, gal, 1 Oil Mimtlilera. ' IT
Mutter lb. 40 Si.'e. - " 2(1
Heef fresh lb, HI LarJ, lb. 2.
Reef, dried. 2S Oam. bu. 6il
Kusitwhnat. bo.h. 1 2 Onions. 1 50
Puck wheat flour lb. 5 I'orK.lli, 14
Reans.bu, 2 fiO mess, bbl, 37 00
Boards, per M, IS 00 Putatuen. bj, I Oil
LYrn.sbelled, 1 25 Plmter. bbl. 3 50
eara. I'll I'eiirhe. dri d, lb. 15
'- weal, 3 no Rye bosh, 1 4(1
Obop, rve, 3 25 Uaj.-i lb. " 3
niixed. " 2 60 8alt. per snok, 3 Ou
'hese. lb. 25 Shingles, H in. 5 0(1
Cherries, lb 111 2 in. al2 Oft
Cbioken8,dre59ed;lb. 15 Timothy aeed, bu, 5 00
Kgs, 25 Wheat bu, 1 tin
Flour, bbl. 7 50 Wool. lb. 45
STRAY. Came trespassini? on the prem
ises of the subscriber, in Pike township,
about the first of September last, a red and white
spotted BCLL. with th end of hi. tail off. sup
posed to be about tm years old, ef large growth.
The owner is requested to come and prove bis
property, pay charges and take bini away, or he
will be disposed of as the law directs.
Not 3-3tp. JOHN XORRI3.
PROVISIONS. Just received at J. P.
Kratzer' White Wheat Hour, Buck
wheat Floor. Sifted Com Meal. Cranberries Sweet
Potatoes. Lima Beans. Dried Peas. Butter. Cheese,
Sugar-cored Hams. Dried Beef. Lard. Atmore's
Mince Meat. Mess Pork. . Oat Meal. Tapioea. Rai
sins. Citron. Dried Apples, Peaches. Cherries.
Prunes, currants Pickles, Ketchup. Canned
Peaebe. Strawberries. Gages Pitted Cherries,
Corn Asparagus. Succotash, ilooey, Fpieed Oys
ters. Tomatoes. CraeKera. As :
rpll E WONDERFUL -LI NIM ENT.
This Liniment having been used," for
some yeais past. as a fami'y medicine by the pro
prietor, and i La good effects eomin to the notice
of his neighbors, has. at tbeir suggestion, con
sented tomanufacture it for the benefit of the af
flicted everywhere. Jt is (he best - remedy far
Ca'arrh and Uillious Choiio. ever offered to th
public; and will cur many other diseases in the
human body. It is also a sure cur for Pol evil
and Wind-galls in bnrses Directions for its use
accompany each bottle. Price. SI per bottle, or
six bottles for 5. bent to any address by enclos
ing th price to ' WM 11 WA'i'lNEU
Oet lri9. Clearfield courty, Pa.
P O. THOMPSON,
Lj' MERCHANT TAIL'ilt,
Xo. 90S Walnut Street. Philadelphia.
Especial attention is invited to this sommndi
ous and beautiful establishment, the extensive
stock of seasonable and desirable goods always
on hand, the reputation obtained as a leader in
fashions, and the great facilities possessed for the
fabrication and prompt dispatch ol all orders.
Although eminent In the prosecution of every
branch of the trade, for the particular benefit of
the great number dissatisfied. PA&TALOOX
CVTTING.JVt a prrialttn. is announoed. whii-h
is an art not obtained by imitation, but through
close study, experience and practice.
Those desiring easy and stylish panta'onns.ar
t ited to give this method a trial. Oct 6 '6'J 3m
7ERY FISB blankets will be sold cheap
ADDLES, Bridles, harness, collars c. fcr
sale at MEHKELL A liMiLt.lt o.
ORSE-8HOE8. and horse-nails, to be had a
Aug. IS. MERRELL A BIULEK'S
ARNESS. Trimmings, and Sboe-finding for
alaat MERRKLL A HIULLK'S.
PRING GOODS Just opening a splendid st-ck
new goods ai D.hKAlZtKi SONS.
"VTOTICE. All persons indebted to the subseri
her, are requested ta come and settle with
out delay. K. MOSS0P.
i ycost a
UILDRENS furs twenty-five percent less than
St.Jtenek's Pulmonic Syrup,
Seewecd Tonic and Mandrake Pills.wiU'eure Con
sumption. Liver Cou.plaint and Dyspepsia, if ta
aen according to directions. They are all three
to be taken at the same time. They cleans 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
fiesh the diseased matter ripens in the I ngs.and
the patient outgrows the disease and gets well.
This is tha only way to cure th consumption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Schenck. of
rhilhflelphia. owes his unrivalled success in the
treatment of pulmonary consumption The Pul
monic Syrup ripens the morbid matter in the
lungs nature throws it off by an easy expeciora
tion. for when the phlegm or nvaticr is ripe, a
slight cough will throw it off. and the patient has
rest and the luns begin to heal To do this, the
Seaweed Tonie and Mindruke Pills must be freely
used to cleanse the stomach and liver so that the
Pulmonic Syrup a-id the food will make good
Liver Complaint is one of the most prominent
causes of Consumption Schenck's Seaweed Ton
io is a gentle stimulant a-nd alterative, and the
alkali in the Seaweed, which this preparation is
niada ef, assists the stomach to throw out the gas
trie juice to dissolve the food with the Pulmonio
Syrup, and it is made in to good blood without fer
mentation or souring in the stomach The great
reason why physiciansdo not cute consumption is
they try to do too much ; they give medicine to
stop the cough, to stop chiUs. to stop night sweats,
hectic fever, ami by so doing tbey derange the
whole digestive powers. locking up the secretions
and eventually the pat;ent sinks aud dies.
Dr. Schenck, in his treatment, does not try to
stop a cough, night sweats chills or fever. Re
move the cauie and they will all stop of tbeir own
accord No One can be cured of consumption, liv
er complaint, dyspepsiu. c.-rtarrb, eanker, ulcer
ated throat.unleAlth liver and stomach are made
If a person Irasoonsnmption.of oourse the lungs
in soute way are diseased, either tubercles, ab
scesses, bronchial irritation, pfeura adfiesion. or
the lungs are a mass of inflatnation an t fast de
caying. In such eases what must be done? It
is uot only the lungs that are wasted, bnt it is the
whole body. The stomach and liver have lost
their power to make blood out of food. No 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 digst easily
and make good blood; then the patient begins to
gain in flesh, and as aonn as the body begins to
grow, the lungs be n to heal up. and the patient
gets fletby and woll. This is the only way to
When there is no lung disease, and only liver
complaint and dyspepsia, Schenck"s seaweed
Touicand Mandrake Pills are sufficient without
the Pulmonic Syrup. Take the Mandrake Pills
treely in all bilious complaints, as they are per
Dr. Schenck. who has enjoyed uninterrupted
bealth'for many years past, and now weighs 225
pounds, was wasted away to a mere skeleton, in
the very last stage i f j uluionsry oonsump'ion. bi
phvsicians having pronounced his esse hopeles
and abandoned him to his fa'e. fie was curod
by the aforesaid niediciues.und since his recovery
tiiany similarly ntHicred have ued lr Schenck's
preparations with the same remarkable success
The directions accompanying each, make it nut
absolutely necess try to sae Dr. Schenck. unU's
the patients wi:-h tbeir lungs examined, and for
this purpose be is Professionally at his Principal
office. Philadelphia every Saturday, where nil
letters for advice must be addressed, tie is also
professionally at No 32 Bond Street. New York,
ever, oiber Tuesday, and at No. 3i Hanover St..
Boston, every other Wednesday. He tivesadvicc
free, but for a thorough examination with hi
ltespirometor the prie is Si. Office hours it each
city from a A. M to 3 P. M.
Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Ton
is each SI Ml per bottle, or id 50 a half-doien.
Mandrake Pills 25 cents a box. For sale by all
, PR. T. II. SCHEXCK.
Ap. 7,f9 ly 15 V ftiA St.. Phil'a. Va
T7ie th rcl'mhle cure for
nrSPEPSIA'lX THE AT.Voir.V WORLD
lr Wishart's (Jront American Dyspep. ia Pills.
and Pine 'i ree Tar Cordial are a positive and in
fallible cure for dyspepsia in its most aggravated
form, and r.o matter t.f bow long standing 1 bev
penetrate the secret abode of this teirible disease
and exterminate it. root and branch. for"vr.
I Uey a lleviate more atny and silent suffering
than tongue can tell. 1 hey are noted for curing
i be most desperate und hopeless cases, w hen every
Lrinwn mcwis fail to afford re'icf No form. of
dvspepsi-tor indigestion can resist thai, penetra
Dr Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial.
It is the vital priuciple of the Pine Tree, ob
tained by a peculiar ) roccss in the distillation of
i be tar. by wbicb its highest medical pioperties
are retailed It invigorates the d'gcs'ive organs
and rf stores the appetite It streiigibens the de
bilitaied system. It iurifU'S and enriches tha
blood, and expels from the at stem the corru; tion
which scrofu'a breeits on tbo lungs. It dissolves
the mucus or pblegiu which stoos the-air passages
i f the lungs I ts healing principle acts upon the
irritated suifaceof the lungs and throat pen
rating to each diseased part, relieving pain and
subiluing ii, (Initiation. 1 1 is the result of years of
study and experiment, and it is .ffered to the af
flict.-d wi'b positive assurance of its power to
cure the fallowing diseases, it (be patient has not
too long delayed a resort to the means of cure:
I.' nmytinn of thr L'tii. Co-ih. Sore 'V .mat
and iirrat. hronrkiti. Ijvcr Comp'atttt. li'm I
an t i!er1iiz Pile) Asthma. W hooping Cuitsft,
A medical expert, holding high collerriate hon
ors, uevoles bis entire time to the examination of
patients at the office parlors Associated with
him are three consulting physicians of acknowl
edged eminence whose services are given lo the
public free of cbarge. This opportunity is offer
ed by no other institution in the country Letters
from any part of the country, asking advic will
be promptly aud gratuitously respouded to
Where convenient, remittances should take the
shape of drafts or post office orders
Price of Wishart a American Dyspepsia Pills $1
a box Sent by mail on receipt of price. Pi ice
of Wishart's Pin Ttee Tar Cordial, $1.50 a bot
tle, or $1 1 per dozen. Sent by express
All communications shou Id be addressed.
I. (J C. WISHART. M. D.,
No. 332 North Second Street,
Oct 27,'69-3m Philadelphia
T J. CUNNINGHAM;
" ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer,
TTRO.tC, BLAIR COCKTV, PA.
Special attention given to the collection of claims.
Tyron, Pa., January 27, 189-tf
ANKING A COLLECTION OFFICE
MrfllRK A PERKS.
Successors to Foster. Perks, Wright A Co.,
Philipsblbo. Cestkb Co., Pa.
Where all the business of a Banting House
will be transacted promptly and upon the most
favorable terms. March 20 -tf.
j. d.m'gihk. ewd pr.it a 3.
0, YES! 0, YES!!
A (JOOD FARM FOR SALE
Persons desirous of purchasing a farm, are di
rected to eximine thai valuable property in Law
reuce township, and situare at the mouth of
Clearfield creek two miles tast of the Borough
of Clearfield, and convenient to schools and
The property contains OXE 1IUXDRED
AXO TWKX'rr A:KHS. part of which is im
proved and under a high state of cultivation
the w'lole being well fenced Coal, iron ore, and
other minerals art found on the same
The buildings eon-ist of a good TWO-STOR Y
1) WELLIXli UOUSE.iHbj 4S feet a GOOD
BARX'. and other coovenii n t ou tbuildiisgs And
there is growing on the premises a young bearing
orchard of choice fruit trees.
This property is very pleasantly situated aad
being at the confluence ef the creek and the river,
it is a very desirable and inviting residence for a
private family. Its position on th creek aod
river also render it n good situation for a board
ing house during the rafting season.
The west and north sides of this property being
bounded by the creek and river, makes it one of
the best rafting grounds in this seotion, and as
such yields a handsome revenue year y
The owner. Mr M. A. Frank, having perma
nently settled in the west, is the reason for dis
posing of this valuable propertv. For terms, etc.,
apply to S. J. ROW.
October 6, 186J). Clearfield. Pa.
A CON. Hams. Sides and Shoulders at reduced
prices: at MOSSOP'S.
MUST BE SOLD !
CLOSING OUT AT COST
The uadersistieeT, intending' to retire from' the
mercantile business is new closing out his en
tire stock of goods at an below cost,
EM TRESS CLOTH,
MEN'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHS, SATTINKTTiS, KENTUCKY JUAXS,
DEN INS, LADIES' CLOAKINtf, COATS,
A full tin of Domestic Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES,
GUM & ARCTIC OVEPtSnOES,
II ATS AND CAPS,
Tabla ind" Floor Oil Cloths, Carpeta all widths,
Window Shades and Wall Paper,
A great variety of Hosiery, Notions And Trim
mings of every description. Ladies' Trimmed
Hats, Velvets. Ribbons, Balmoral aud lioop Skirts,
Linen and Wool Table Covers. Napkins, Tewels,
Counterpanes, a lurge assortment of Lad:a and
Children's Wool floods, Nubias, Shawls, AO
re r sons in want of anything in the above line
of Good are invited to give me a call, and obtain
goods at wholesale prices.
D. G SIVLING.
Grain and country produce taken in exchaage
forGoods. Nov- 10, 1?H.
IX'KE BUCK LEAD, eoual io quality to
- Enii.-li white lead; Oils. Paints and
Varuiebes of all kinds; Gold leaf in books, and
bronzes, for sale by A. I. calAW
Clearfield, October 2. IS67.
P. T. I.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A Pure, Pleasant , Safe and RolliibIeTonic.com
pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos
itively pnre spirits, free from fusil oil, or
other irritating properties, aad will
not disagree or offend tbo moss
d 1 1 icate stomach. Warrant
ed to contain more med
icinal virtue than any
bitters at present offered to the public.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL.
i'd increase the Appetite,
To promote Digestion,
To cure Dispepsia,
To cure Fever and Ague,
To cure Billiousnes!?,
To cure Constipation, v
To cure Chronic Diarrhea,
To cure Flatulence,
To cure Acid Eructations,
To cure Nervous Debility,
To cure Hypochondria,
To cure sallowness of the
To cure Pimples and Blotches,
To cure General Debility and
Prostration of the Physical Powers,
IT IAS XO EQUAL
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
SOLD EVERYWHERE. AT SI PER EOTTLE.
.4 liberal ditrount to tht trod.
HASCrACTI BBO BXCLtSIVELY Br
DOVER & SHAW,
Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dy
Stuffs. Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Ac, Patent
Medicines. Pure Wines and Liquors for
medical purpo.es, Fancy and Toilet
Articles, and all goods usually j
kept in a Drug Store, sold I
I MaylO.Vj. cheap. Nov. 3,'69. I
O A L AND L 1 M E.
The undersigned having perfected arrangements
is now prepared to fill order for either coal burnt
or wood-burnt lime, and Anthracite coal. Yard
at the Railroad depot.
Ttro coal at RST Lixi 3 era. a BusnsL.
IEL! EFOXTS COAL Bt. BT 40 CT1. A BCSBKL.
" woou-BcaxT 45 cts. '
Feb I4.1SSU R. B. TAYLOR
?E7 BOOT AND SHOS SHOP.
K 1) V,' A R D MACK,
Market CrtTsol. nearly opposite the resideaeeof
11. R. Swoop. Esq.,
Would respectfully announce to th oiuiens ef
Clearfield and vicinity, that he has opened a
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP, ia th building lately
occupied by J L. Cuttle. ss a law office. and that be
is determined not to be outdone either ia qaality
of worS or prices. Byecial attention given to the
manufacture of sewed work, f rencn a.ip anu
Calf Skins, of the tast duality, always on hand.
Give him a call. June 14. 64.
J J Q 31 K INDUSTRY"!
B60TS AND SHOES
Made to Order at tlie' Lowest Rates.
Th undersigned would respectfully Invite th
attention of th eitiaens of Clearfiel i and vicini
ty, to give him a call at his shop on Market St.
nearly opposite Hartswick A Irwin's drug store,
where he Is prepared to make or repair any tbi sg
in bis line.
Orders entrusted to him will ba executed with
promptness, strength and neatness, and all work
warranted as represented.
I have now on hand a stock of extra freneh
calfskins, superb gaiter tops, Ac, that I will
finish up at the lowest figures.
Junel3th,18R6. DANIEL COBXKLLY
EV STORE AND SAW MILL,
AT BALD II ILL 8,
Th nndariigned. having opened a largo and
well selected stock of goods, at Bald Mflli. Clear
field county, respectfully solioit a share of peklie
Tbeir stock embraces Dry Goods, Greceriea,
Hard war. Queans ware.Tin-war, Boots and Shoes.
Hats and Caps, ready made Clothing, aad a gea
eral assortment of Notions, eto.
They always keep on hand th best Quality of
Flour, and a variety of Feed
All goods sold cheap foroash, or exchanged far
approved country produce.
0 Having also erected a Steam Saw Mill, they are
predared to saw all kinds of lamber t order.
Orders solicited, and pnnetually fillod.
Nov.20,lS7. F. B. A A. IRWIX.
QIGAIiS AND TOBACCO.
MlSCFACTt BItt A-r WnoLESAI.B ASD K K-IAJk
Dealer ii Cicars ax Tobaccos,
CLEARFIELD, PA., ,
Would resj-ectfully announce that h has remov
ed to the large and commodious store-room, op
posite the Court House, Second Street, where
he has opened a general assortment of Tobaeco.
Cigars. ete.. which he isprepared tesoll, wholesale
or retail, at reasonable prices.
His cigars are made rf th very best material,
and in style of manufacture will oompare with
those of any other establishment.
He has always on hand a superior article of
chewing and smoking tobaccos, to which he di
rects the attention of - loversof the weed."
Merchants and Dealers, throughout the county
supplied at th lowest wholesale prices.
Call and examine his stock when you oome to
Clearfield. Jan It). lSto.
JJ F. N A U L ,
GRAIIAM-S ROVY, CLEARFLEJLu.
The undersigned reipeotfully informs his old
customers and th public, that he has on hand,
(and constantly receiving new additions,) a large
stock or Clocks, watches ana jewelry.
CLOCKS, a large variety from the best Man
ufactory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour
spring and Weight, and l.evers, lime, MriKe aud
WATCHES a fine assortment, o fsilver Hunt,
ing and open case American patent Levers, plain
and full jeweled.
GOLD PENS, as elegant assortment, of th
best quality. Also, ia silver extension and desk
SPECTACLES, a large asiortmont, far and
near sight, colored and plait glass.
JEWELRY of every variety, from a single
piece to a full sot
ALSO, fine assortment of Spoons. Porks, bat
ter knives, etc., plated on genuine Alabata.
ALSO, Hair Jewelry .with pure gold mounting
got up to order. Call and see sample book.
All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry car
fully repaired and Warruntrd.
A continuance ot patronage is solicited.
Nov. 2Sth, IH6. H. V. SACGLK.
JUST IN TIMS!
THE KIW GOODS AT
A. K. WRIGHT & SONS,
Having just returned from the eastern allies
w ara now opening a fall stocx of seasonable
goods, at our rooms on Second street, t wbioh
they respectfally invite th attention of th pub
lic generally. Our assortment is ansnrpassed
in this section, and is being strld very lew for
cash. The stock consults in part of
of th best quality, such as Prints, Delaines. Alpa
cas. Merinos. Ginghams ; alaslins. hleaebed and
unbleached; Drillings Tickings, cotton and wool
Flannels, Cassimera. Ladies' Shawls, Coats, Ma
bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts, Balmorals. Ac. Ae.. all
of wHch will be sold low fro casd. Also, a fine
assortment of th best f
consisting of Drawers and Skirts, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, Handkcrohieftt cravats, ete.
Also, Raft Rope, Dor Rojitv RalHna Augur
and At. Nails and Spikes. Tinware, Lamas and
Lamp wicasand chimneys, etc., etc
Also, Queensware, Glassware. Hardware, Groo
ries. and spices of all kinds. In short, a general
assortment of every thing usually kept in a retail
store, alt chtaffor cash, or approved ooaniry
Not. 23-jaI0-nol3. WRIGHT A SONS.
JOHN GU ELICIT,
Desires to inform hi old friends and enstomers
that, having enlarged his shop and inereased hu
facilities for manufacturing, he is new prepared
to make to order such furniture as may ba desir
ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash. He
mostly has on hand at hia Furniture Reoms, '
a varied assortment bf furnitare, among which is
BI KEAI S ASD SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes aad Book -eases; Centre. Sofa. Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jea-ny-Liind
and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS. IIAI
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ac.
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hand, and new glass fcr
old frames, which will be put ir. on very
rrcr.able terms, outsort notice.
II also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order, flair.
Corn-husk. Hair and Cotton top Mattresses.
corn .vs. or every ki
Mads to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, Hons painting done to order.
The above, and many other articles are furnished
to customers cheap for cash, or exchanged for ap
proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar,
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchacjr for furniture.
Remember the shop is on M timet street, Clear
field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Store."
December 4, 1S61 JOHN GfELICtt.
Q AWED LUMBER. The undersigned
having started in the Lumber business,
near Osceola, Clearfield county. Pa., is now pre
pared to furnish pin boards, clear an-pnel
stuff Ao. Pine and Hemlock bills sawed to order
and shipped on short notiew.
C. R. MACOMBER.
May 5, lS69-tf. ClearSeld co.. Pa.
E M O V A L G UN SHOP
The undersigned begs leave ta inform his old
and new customers, and the public generally,
that he has fitted up a new GIN SHOP, on th
lot on the corner of Fourth and Market streets.
Clearfield, Pa., where be keep constantly on
hand, and makes to order, all kinds oi Guns
Also, guns rebored and revarcished, and reraird
neatly on short notiee. Orders by mail will r
oeive prompt attention.
June 9, 1369. JOHN MOOR8.
rpiIE LEONARD HOUSE,
(Near the Railroad Depot),
Reed Street, Clearfield, Ta.
O. D. GOODFELLOW : -. : : : Paoraiaioa.
A new first class Hotel in every respect com
fortable rooms all the modern improvements
the best of Liquors prompt attendance, and rea
sonable charges. The patronage of the publie is
respectfally solicited. jy-21-tf
Dealer ia Dry Goods, Dresi Goods. Mlllinert
Goods, Groceries. Hard-ware, Queeus-war, Stoa
ware, Clothing. Bouts, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Floui.
Baoon, Fish, Salt, etc., is constantly receiving sea
supplies from tha cities, which hs will dispose of
at the lowest market prices, to customer. Before
purchasing elsewhere, examine his stock.
Clearfield, August 2S, l'3.r.
QL-0 THING! CLOTHING!!
GOOD AJTD CHEAP!!!
Men, Yonths and Boys' can be suplpfed with ful
aits of seasonable and fashionable clothing at
RfclZENSTElN BROS ft CO.,
where it ia sold at prices that will indue theii
purchase. Th universal satisfaction which be.
been given, has induced them to increase theii
s'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of th kind in this part of th Stat.
Reizenstcin Bro's A Co.,
Selt goods at a very small profit, for oash;
Their goods are well made and fashionable.
They give every one th worth of his money
They treat their customers all alike.
They sell cheaper than every body els.
llietrstor I conveniently itatd
They hating purchased their stock 1 1 reduced
prices they can sell cheaper tl an others
iTor these and other reasons persons should bu
tbeir clothing at
REIZbXSTEfN BhO'S A CO.
Produce of every kind taken at the hihes
market prices. May 18, ISI54
J E W SPRING STOCK!
J, SUA W Sl SON.
Have Just returned from the east and are no
opening an entire new stoek of goods in the rom
formerly occupied by Wm. F. Irwin, on Market
Street, which they now offer to the public- at
lowest cash prices.
Their stock consists of a general assortment oi
Dry Goods, Groceries. Queensware, Hardware..
Boots, Shoes. Hats. Caps. Bonnets, Dress Goods.
Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Brooms, Nails, eto. .
in fact, everything usually kept in a retail store
can be hud Ly calling at this store, or will be
procured to order.
Their stock II wall selected, and consists of ii
newest goods, is of the best quality, ef th 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
nleas all wh may favor as with their custom.
MayS.IS87. J. SHAW A SON.
a. l. iieii
a. F. HOOP.
J. JOS is.
CLEARFIELD PLANING MILL
Meskri. HOOP. WEAVER A CO., Proprietor,
would respectfully inform th citixens of th
county that they have completely refitted and
supplied their PLACING mIlL, In this Beruug h,
with th KcStand latest improved
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
and ar now prepared to exeeat all orders In
their line ot Business, such as
r louring, Weatlierboarding,
Sajh, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and
Moldings,- of all kinds.
They have a large stoek of dry lamber en hand,
and will pay cash for dear stuff, oo-nd-a-hH
inch pannel plank preferred Nov S. 'T.
Ii E M 0 V A L ;
IIARTSWICK & IRAVlN;
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
W"e beg lenve to inform our old aod new eusto
me.s. that we have removed our establishment to
the new building just erected on Market street,
nearly adjoining the Mansion Hon.se on tbe west,
and opposite Graham A Sons4 store, where we re
spectfully invite the publie to eome and bay their
DRUGS, CHEMICAL, PA TEXT MED1
CIXES, OILS. PAIXTS 4- VARX1SIIES.
Ourstock of Drugs and Medieineseonsist of every
thing used, soleored with the greatest care, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE!
We also keep a full stock of Dyes. Perfumeries
Toilet articles. .Soaps. Tooth Brushes. Hair Brush
es, Whitewash Brushes, and eVery otter kind of
Brushes. We have a la' ge lot of
White Lead, Turpentine,
Flaxseed Oil. Paints, and ia fact vervthinf used
in the painting business, which we offer at City
prices to cash onyers.
TOBACCO AXD SEGARS,
Confectionery. Spices, and the largest aleek of va
rieties everonered in 'bis place, aaa warraniea
to be of the best the market affords.
.1. U. 11 ARTSWICK,
Dec. 2, 1SC.8. JOHN F. IRWIN.
JAS T. BRADY & CO.,
(Sueetssort to S. Jortn ir Co.,)
CORNER FOURTH AND WOOD S1RE2TS,
BPTAND SELL ALL K1KDB Ot
Gold, Silrer and Coupons.
Six per eeat. Interest allowed oa deposits sub
ject to checkv
Money loaned on Government Bonder
lionds registered free of cbargv
May lSfl-ly. JAMES T. BR ADY f C'?:
rjaiE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY",-
. v,r rii i-srsi, null.
Incorporated by the Lnriid.rtnrr o f Prunsvlvmntn,
Janitor. 24. mf7 1'i,r tXm
Safe keeping of Bonds and other Securities tiold
ana Mirer, fcilver Plate. Hooks Record- Dia
monds, and valuables of all descriptions, under
guarantee, and for th Renting of Sales, in it
o.r J . tiuuamgand Olac, .'..
S.I fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh. Pa
Sot a year or I sj
Gov t and all ot'nsr eodpoo eea-
rities. It eluding bank bills, $1 do per 1 Gt'D
(sold coin or bullion, 1 24 per ! ,1-
Silver coin or bullion. 2 tlu war l.ouli
Silver or Gold plate, under seal.on
owner's estimate of full value,
and rate subject ta adjustment'
fcr bulk, on a basis "t 1 00 per1 1000
Deeds, Mortgages, Valuable Papers geaeralty.
wben of no fixed' value, 5! a year each, or ac
cording to bulk, Wilts. Sj.whrc-h priimruin eor
crs the remainder of the lit of the maker. Cash
Boxes, or small tin boxes, for pai ers of Backers,
Capitalists Merchants. Lawyers. Traifesmerr Kara
ites. Ac, will be received at Sllieticb box- or trirtik
per year, or they w.ll be insured for the full -
mount the contents being known, al above ra:s.
No cbarge less than one dollar. The comp.iay is
also prepared to rent small iron sates, (each lnr
nirbed with a tin b- xl inside iis burglar pv,of
vault the renter exclusively holding the key
thereof, at the following rates.vix : ilh. StK :is,
6(l. S75; and $100 per annum Also, to Sior
Uooks, Account Records, Valuable Title Parpen,
eie.. at reasonable rates.
Offk'krb. President. William Philips; Vie
President. Henry Lloyd ; Directors Win Philips.
Henry Lloyd. Wm. Kea, Wm. M Lyon. Jaaies I.
Bennett. Byron II. Paiolar. Joseph H. Morris, n,
Cieorge Black. Curtis i Hussey; Secretary and
Treasurer. S. F. Von BoDnbnrst Scp 27-3m.
J)R. B . CLARK'S
I OR SALS at
Boyer A Shaw aad Ilartsaiek A Irw'&f
Aug 4,'fl-ly Retail Price, J f 58 pr paekage.
SravRron General's Orncs, 1 .
Harrisburg. Pa., Oct. 22, tt6.
To thi Ovntra of UiipalrutrH Lands :
In obedience to an Act cf Assembly . a proved
tbe eighth day of April, one thousand eignt hun
dred and sixty-nine, you are heieby notified. that
the '-County Land l.ien Docket." containing tb
list of unpatented lands for t'ieaifieldcouiity.pie
parcd under the Act of Assembly of the io: n of
May one thousand eight burdred and sixt.four,
and the supplement thereto, has this dsy Letn
forwarded to the Prtthouotary ef the bounty, at
whose office it may be examined. The liensean
only be liquadated by tbe i.atinent cf the pur
chase money, interest and fees, and receivir.g pat
ents tbroogh this Department
JACOB M. CAMPBELL.
Oet 27.'fl9-im Snrvryor Genera!.
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE
. ,: AT PRIVATE SALE.. ...
The undersigned offers at private safe the un
divided one half, or the whole cf tbe Bald Kit's
Property, in Girard. township, Clearfield co.. Pa.
Said property contains about FIFTEEN lil'N
DRLD ACHLSof land, well limbered with Ptae,
Hemlock and Oak. A good STEAM SAW MILL.
fifty horse power, with rapacity 'o ewt V" (M'f !"'.
per day, is ereeted thereon. Also, a Picket. ."-b in
gle and Lath Mill connected. The machinery is
comparatively new and in good order.
Persons wishing to purchase can receive far
ther information in regard to prie. Ac . h eas
ing on JOIi.N II. t l Lr OK l, Clearfield. Penn a ,
ALEX 1RV1N, on th premises, or th rder-
Ang ll,18693u. JAMES IK VIN. Sen.
is an article despised by none, and we are row
prepaied to show how all may posses It in abun
dance, by following a few simple instruction
which will be given
FREE ' . ;
of chn'rg. except th trifling cum of 25 cents as a
guarcnte of good faith lht busine.-s is inex
haustible, and thousands are now engsfred in it;
while to their friends th causa r.f tbeir great
success and prosperity remains a mystery. Any
party engaging wilt irequentiy. receive sealed
packages ty express or mail. Further than this
the bniiness is all ttt yourself,
the article can t earriad in (be vest pekr. ex
cept ahen wanted for use. . It reeds your atten
tion but one or twodsy in the week, or a couplo
of hours' daily, wbiob its be after other busice
it over. All engaging must be of first
Kane but good smart mea wanted. wh can kesp
their business to taeaiselves. art confidentially,
with me. and make ftotu SitoSIO fu every
hour's service Act promptly Begin now and a
Fortune is yours. Inclose with yoar address ti
cents and you will get full .-articular by return
mail. Address, K F HALLET.
Nov. 3-3t. Box Si&Titusviii. P.
AUemxtager of tht MUTUAL Plan over Inm
RrtHru Prtmium. Plan of
STOCfC CO MPAX1ES;
Return Pr't AJalual Diff'rrneo Yar
Afr. Plan Plan on !,l!00 ! OH)
40 4tl B5 $32 00 3 65 Si0
45 64 20 37 30 1 I9 00
50 75 60 47 00 ' 2 SO 25 M
65 10V 35 6tl 40 4 V6 439 60
' On tha ages named th rate of th Stock Com-
any ara from 25 to S4 percent, higher th- B tha
Policy for $5,000 at I Policy In tb Mutual
age of 32, on the return Company same age. half
premium plan of Stock , cash, half not, for $16.
Companies. annual pre- I HCO.will cost in lOye.irt,
mium.all cash, f I-1V 50. in cash, including in
aud k Dividend to be terest on notes. H.iOJ
mad. In esse of death I But tb Mutual Co in pa
st end of 10 year, tb I ny will pay th
Stock Company will pay
Am"t of Policy $5,000
Return Premium X.iti
Atn't of Poliey SI .W
Less Pr'm sou 6to
and 4 dividends.
Showing that for 5110 m' CVA Premti.m..
thkgain on tha Mutual alaa to the insured a.om
ber family is Fttv Per Cent r-bould death
oceur at th end ot ayear. the eompansou wald
Cltsh p'd Stock Co .SW SO-p'd to famitySS MT
- Mutual $705 (10- - !,MM 0
and dividend .
At lhageof 40, th Mutual plan tor 1.1 40
Cash Premium will yield MO ; while the Stork
plan for S2 031 60, Cash Premium, yields $7.C3S..
50. Showiag a gain on tbe mutual plan of 62,
327 5f, aad dividend.
INSL'RK TOUR LIFE TN THK
II. B. SWOOPE, Agent,
.ly. H,Via-tf Clearfl'!, Pa.