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CLEAFwFIELI), PA. , M Alt. 15,JbT 1.
To Patbo! To insure the Eafe trantmisslor
f money by mail, patrons should remit by check
or money-order, or have their letters registered.
4 receipt will ho enclosed in the firit paper after
joe money comes to hand:
Peaa' K. E. Winter Arrangement.
HsilTrin leaves Tyrone at : : : 9-i3 a m.
Arrives at Osceola at : : : : ll-la
Fhilipsburg at . : 1140 a. in.
Clearfield at ; : : 12 W p.m.
Ma:I Tr. in leave Clearfield a' : : : 2.40 p m
Arrives at Phitipsburg at : : 3 P-
Oweolaat : : : : 4.00p.m.
Tyrone at : : : : P- m
Lock Haven at : : 12 2op.m
- Accommodation Tram,
Leaves Clearueld at . : :
Arrives at Pbilipsburg at : :
Osceola at : : t
" Intersection at : :
" L. Tyrone at : :
Deavei East Tyrone at : : : : :
Arrives at Intersection at :
Osceola at : :
J'hilipsburs at : :
Clearfield at : :
Close connections made at Tyrone
East ani West on the Maine Line.
7.00 a. v
9 1)0 a. m
10.00 a. m.
12 50 p. in.
I 13 p. m
10 oil a in.
1.0 p. m.
: 2.00 p. m,
3 40 p. m.
5 50 p. m.
Religious. Divine services will re held
next Sabbut h, in Clearfield, as follows :
Uy K 'V. Ua',1. in St. Andrew's Episcopal
cl.uiMi, at U A. M. ami T P. 51. Sunday
school at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting every
Wednrsdav evening at 7 o'clock.
By Rev. Butler,in the Presbyterian church,
Binrnin? an 1 evening. Sabaath school at
3 P. M. Prayer meeting every ednesday
-erenins at 7 o'clock.
By Rev. J. 11. M'Cord, in the Methodist
church, morning and evening. Sabbath
aMiool at 9 A. M. Prayer uiceting. every
Thursday at 7 P. 51. Communion services
First Sabbath of every month at 10 A. 51.
By llev. Mr. Skinner, in the Baptist
church, morning and evening, alternately.
Ku.i.F.n. A man named Shannon, was
killed at the Decatur Coal Company's mines,
by a frail of coal, on Wednesday, 5Iarch 8th.
His remains were interred at the Catholic
i-nmetciy in Osceola.
Orn Streets. We take this early op
portunity to direct the attention of the Bor-D-u'i
officers to the miserable condition of
,..ir strocts. They are a disgrace to any civ
ilized community. We hope the Burgess
wii! iiive iheui l.i.s personal at:cuii'-t!t and.
tout tome substantial iuipiOVtiiituL will be 1
made this aumuitr. J
Building We learn that several lus';- j
iios bousc-i aie to be erected in thia place, j
ti.is summer, besides a miuiuer ot rA-iocu-cvs,
and the new jail. We like lo ice .'bis
spirit oi improvi'iiiC'iit. Several i:i3iti'ab.
turiny establihinenls would add much to
the pro.-perity of our town. Who will be
the first to move in that dircciiuii '?
BitoKE Jail. A prisoner made las es
cape from jail, one evening last week, Ly
climbing over the outer wail. JIo was. how
ever, captured after a liag chase over the
liiil.4 east of the borough, and returned to
his old quarters, by ihe inr.r S!.e; rfT. Pris
oners should remember that Sheriff Pie is
pretty fast a foot, and unless the J are mho
of a good atari, they had better uot attempt
to escape. So look out.
R.uti.vi Sn'iW. ILiiing in has lvu
quite lri-k, for more tl,a:t a wwk p i-t. hi
this r.'gi in, an J a im-iI.'j uoii'er oi" rafts
etarted for the lower markers ; but. we pie
nine, th greater part of the tim'.w tii!
back. The water io ill .' s-. i e no - is freiting
ri'.her low for railing, ir.ost of the .-no'.i
l.avit.g passed off already, and hct.ee it will
l -qiiire pretty copious rains' to raise t:,e
.-.reams sufficiently high to 3 .;t off ti3 re
A ( 1 1 ant Tree. A pine tree wa f.d'.cd
mi lands of John iJ iBois, in Huston
township, at oat two miles Iroiu lViniSeld,
a short time since, by some men working for
Mr. James Buiidy. fV.iai which wascut sev
i ti'eeu logj sixteen feet in length, and con
t i-tiiim seven thousm l two hundred feet of
coul lumber. T nik about y ur giutit trees
of Cu'.it.inii.i. but you .-el. loin find larger
pine trees in ibi.- e. a:itiy, than tlie one
obove re'errc 1 ru. S i s ivs a eorrcspon Jetit.
A Inv iV.vti .. (Ji Si:il:iy last, we
i.o;!ir-i! a wagon driving around our streets
uilivciing milk to et:-t otni-rs. 51'tght lioi a
ianiier with the same propriety come to
T-'Wii and deliver jjO'lc-, or poi aloes, or but
t r :.nd gs, orarytbing el e, tuvUu nitTs?
Who rerjionsiolc for this innovation, t!:a
.seller cr the buyer? Wouldn't Saturday
ceiling t-c more appropriate than Sunday
Le, ruing for such business? e leave each
"i e io answer these quest. oils as conscience
Iasiit sTI.Nti SrENE. Oa Saturday rit
we wiiiiessed a most disgusting scene, on
the street in fiont of our office. A man in
mieiiipting to cross the street, was so d unk
tiia; he tell into a mudhole, wlirre iie wa!
i v.m'i a'Miiit like a hog for a i.m.iue or two.
Ki i n be was heijied out'oi the mud and
i a i. il on u wagou by several friends and
nk'-n ,,ut ol town. This was on' of the
' -: disgusting sj ectaoles we have ever
sse J. and we hepe its like luay never
j ii ii occur in our streets.
l'KATH OK A l'uKME'.t ClTlZEV. It is
:i. feelings of deep regret, that we an
i' "iir -the death oi' our oi l an 1 esteemed
ii 1. Nicholas K. McMu'lin, Esq. He
hi.-1 a liis residence, uear Pont cuelle, Wash -i!i-t
hi county, Nebraska, on Friday, 5Iarch
i. alter a severe illness of six weeks, in
tie- "."ith j ear of his age. He was sick all
winter, but the immediate c:uis.; of his
ii- a'.h was fuit'jux tumor., or bleeding can
ters mie in the stymach, two in the mouth,
"tie on the lower and one on the upper jaw.
1 l.e growth of these tumors was very rapid,
"" I no medical skill could avert the fatal
tcsult. His remains were followed to the
travc by a large concourse of people. 51 r.
McMailiii removed from this place to Ne
braska some five or six years ago, where he
ae-piired a homestead for himself and fanj-'-Iv.
lie was a man ol strong mind, good
bu-mcss qualifications, honest and upright
an affectionate husband, an indulgent pa
rent, and a kind aud accommodating neigh
W beloved and respected Ly all who knew
him. His death will be much regretted aud
"eaily lament-'d by his numerous relatives
ari 1 friends, both here sni in his adopted I
tern home. Peace to bis remains. I
Leg BaoiCES. A 5Ir. J. Laugham, of
Grant township, Iudiaua county, had a leg
smashed between two timber sticks, while
engaged in reaftiug near Cherrytree, last
Enlarged and improved the Clinton
Hepullictn. It is now a nine column folio,
neatly printed and ably edited. The He'
pubi.'can is an excellent paper, and worthy
a liberal support. We wish jt success.
Railroad to CntRRf tuee. Wc nee by
the Indiana papers, that some fifteen or
twenty men are at work on the Homer and
Cherrytree railroad. We presume this road
will be extended into this coutty at no very
distant day. It is worthy the attention of
our citizens, at least.
Wolf Caught. A correspondent writes
us as follows : "About two weeks ago, Mr.
Robert C. Taylor, of New Sa'.em, Biady
township, caught a large wolf in a fox trap,
near that village. This old trespasser was
pursued aud overtaken by a dog, who would
not let him cross s fonce until Mr. Taylor
Came up and shot the wolf with his cane
gun." Now, this may all be so, but we do
tiot fully comprehend how the varmint was
"caught in a fux trap," and why it "was
pursued and overtaken by a dog who would
not let binf cross a fence." Thut'tt all.
Rowoyism. On Thursday evening last,
a man was arrested and lodged in jail, for
indulging in a little pugilistic exercise; and
another on Saturday evening for trying to
incite a disturbance. The immediate cause
in Loth eases, was intoxicating drinks. For
some time past, our borough has been com
paratively free from disturbances of this
character, but they eeuu to be on the in
crease with the advttit of rafting. But, we
are glad to see that our borough Constable
is prompt in arresting all offenders against
the kws. A few hours quiet lodging in the
big stone 'mansion" i!l have a wonderful
tendency to alleviate drunKbiine.ss, quarrel
ling, iigltting, and s disturbance of the good
peace of our town generally. The ijianks
of our citizens are due to the officers for their
piotiipt aud cfTu-ieni arrest oi ail peace-disturbers.
Siigotino Affair. A correspondent in
forms us that, on Wednesday night, 51arch
Mh, between 12 and 1 o'clock, a shooting
a iair came off til the '"American House" in
Cui neiisviilc, the facts of which are sub
stantiaily as follows : A young man uamed
Jac! li-jbis.oii came in and oemanded liquor.
31 r. Bowman, the bar -k-jeper, thinking he
had uiUcient already, iviiised to comply
with h;s demand, whereupon Ilobisou drew
out a pistel. aud the bar keeper retreated.
Robisun then, called up 5Ir. Reed, the pro-pii-ior,
and repeated his demand for liquor.
51 r. Reed refused IO grant the request and
thrust Uohis hi into tii- street, whereui) m
the latter attempted to .;' k in the door.
Mr. R. then stepped oat and caught liobi
son by the wrists aud threw him down,
RoLison having the pistol in his ii.iud at the
time. While in this position, UuLi,iu tired;
the bail entering Mr. Reed's left leg just
above the knee, and coming out under th
kuee, biiving passed through without Lreak
t':e i:eiie or cutting tin artcr'. 'J'be Wound
is not C i:!si lered a . i.-. i::g iiuiuediate'.y dan-geroj.-!.
Itobisju h:;.- not been aiiesied as
fc'tE a Ive: ii. ing cohiiiais fjf several eaa
l:j!!s, J'ljLecUloi's notice, eie.
If you want to invest in government se
curities consult Bra iy 's a Iverusemeiit.
To Parents. A select school for girls,
designed to be permanent, will be opened in
Curiveiisville, bv 5!iss Belle Welch, on the
17 ih o! April. :
The card of James II. Parker, of Pitts
burg, dealer in pork, etc., appears to day.
Read the card, and buy your pork at Par
ker's. He sells cheap.
The udvertistinent of J- 51. Kratzar ap
pears iu another column. lie has just
opened a stock of new goods, to w hich he in
uitcs the attention of customers.
Read the advertisement of Reed Bi oth
ers, which is published to day. They are
just receiviiig their first hvoice of Spring
goods, which they offer lot? for ea-li.
Cemetery Work. 5Irs. Lidde'l ha just
received a largo stock of Italian and Ver
mont marble, which will be worked to order
in the highest style of the art. Her work
men are of the be.-t in Central Pennsylva
nia. Give her a call. :
Ir. F. V'i.atto, formerly of Syracuse,
N. V.. desires: ns to inform tie; people of
Clearfield and vicinity that he has perma
nently hicatcd a'oong them, for the purpose
of pi iciisin.' his profession. The Doctor
will lie in readiness to attend to all proles
sional cails, either night or day. His ofiiec
is on Reed street, south side, between the
Railroad and Second street, w here he may
be found night and day, when not engaged
cisewhere. 5Iareh S, l71.tf
Edicatioxal. Prof. Harrison, it seems,
is determined to make the Academy, in this
place, a school sofMiid to none in Pennsyl
vania. While the Trustees hav-3 fitted up
the school room in a very tasty and comfor
table style. Prof. H. has been laboring in
another direction for the improvement of
the school, and his efforts have been crown
ed in securing the services of an additional
teacher of more than ordinary attainments,
as regards both education and experience.
Miss Broome comes among us highly rec
ommended is a graduate of the Baltimore
Female College, and bas had considerable
experience as a teacher in the best graded
schools in that city. She takes charge of
the Female department, in the Academy.
The other teachers are too well known to
the citizensof the county as first class teach
ers, to require any special commendation.
Read the advertisement in another column.
In Thoiupsontown, Juniata county. Pa.,
5lrs. Maky Leas, wife of the Rev. Isaac
Leas, aged 50 years, 4 months, aud 1 days.
On her death Led she could give testimony
thai there was not a doubt of her final salvation.
Neglected Throat and Lcxa Disea
ses. During the changeable seasons of fall
and winter when Cough j and Colds aie so
prevalent, no person should be without some
reliable preparation for their cure. They
should recoi'ect that a neglected Cough or
Cold frequently terminates iu Consumption.
llassm' Compound Syrup of Tar is the
besi and most reliable article known for the
cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore
Throat, Asthma, Chrouic Catarrhs, and all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs. No fam
ily should be without it. It is no private
"quack" preparation ; on the coutrary, it is
prescribed by some of the most eminent
physicians in the country. Price 50 cents.
For sale by Hartswick & Irwin, Clearfield ;
Joseph R. Irwis", Curwensville, and Drug
gists everywhere. Feb. 22-12t.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS of Government Secu
rities, at 1 T. Brady A LVs. No. 69 Wood St.
1 131 1U4
lioi 1 1 y l
and will be
U.S. 6 s 1 SSI,
U S. 5-20's. lsf.2,
U. S. 5-20's, IH81,
U. S 5-20's. 1S65,
5-20'f, January t July, 1SC5,
5-20's, January A July. I8S7,
-2iVs. January A July. 105S,
Union Pacitio Railroad, -Centritl
R SALE. A Double
sold at les than cu.t. For further particulars in
quire of the undersigned at Clearfield.
March l,'71.-tf. A . S. GOODRICH.
F. N A U G L E .
GRAHAM'S ROW, CLE ARFJELJ.
The undersigned respectfolly informs his old
customers and the pulilic, that he has on hand,
( u nil constantly receiving hew additions,) a large
stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
CLOCKS, a tarje variety from the hest Man
ufactory,eosisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour
spring and Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike and
IYA TCHES a Sue assortment. o silver Hunt
ing and open case American patent Levers, plain
and full jeweled.
GOLD PENS, an elegant assortment. of the
best quality. Alto, iu silver extension and desk
SPECTACLES, a large assortmauf, far and
near siht. colored and plain glass.
JSlVELllYot every variety, from a single
pice to a full set.
A L.SCJ, a Due assortment of Spools, forks, but
ter knives, etc., plated on genuine Alabata.
ALSO. Hair Jewelry with pcre gold mounting,
ut up to order. Call and see sample book.
All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry car
fully repaired aud Warnuittti .
A continuance ot patronage i? solicited.
Niv. isjL, li.i. II. F. NAL'tiLE.
e. L. KE-n,
a. r. Boor-
CLEARFIELD I'LANIXG MILL
ALL RIG II T .
Massns HOOP, WEAVER & CO., Proprietors,
would respectfully inform the citiiesj of the
eounty that they La?a completely refitted and
safplied their PLANING MILL. in this Borough.
w:ib Mi best and Ureal improved
WOOD AVOJlKiNO MACHINERY,
and are now prfpr'4 to execute all orders in
Their lir.c of busir.cis, sneli as
Sash, Doors!" Blinds, Brackets, and
Moldings, of all kinds.
They have a large stock of dry lumber on hand 1
and will pay cash for clear stuff, one-and-a-hal
inch phnhel plank preferred Nov S. '67.
Have just returned from the &ast and are no
opening an entire new Stick of goods iu the room
formerly occupied by Win. F. Irwin, on Market
Street, which they now offor to the public at the
lowest cash prices.
Their sfcisk consists of e general assortment ef
Pry Goods. Groceries. Queensware, Hardware,
Boots. Shoes. Hits, Caps, Bonnets, PrenGoedf.
Fruits, Candies. 1-isV Salt. Lrenms, Nails, etc. ,
in fact, everything usually kept is a retail stora
ean be bad by calling at tais store, er will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well selected, and consists of the
newest goods, isof the best quality, ef the latest
styles, a: d will be sold at lowest prices for eash.
or exchanged for approved eountry produce.
Be sure and call and examine our stock before
mi"!:ing your pn'rehases. as we are determined
- leire all vi ho may favor us with their custom.
May 8, Isttf. J. SHAW A SON.
P U UNIT U R K R 0 G Zi 3.
jon.i u it eli en,-
Pesires to inform his old friends and castoners
that having enlarged his shop and increased bis
facilities for manufacturing, be is now prepared
to make to order such furniture as may be desir
ed, in good style an'l at cheap rates for cash. He
mostly has on hand at his - Fui Diture Rooms.'
a varied assortment of furnituie, among which is
lU'HEAl'S AM) .SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Look-cases; Centre, Scfa. arIor,
I'reakfa.-t and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts. Cottage, Jen
ny-Luna cna etnef JJcastcads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANLS, HAT
HACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ac
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs;
Aud cornmen and other Chairs.
Of every description on hand, and new glas- fcr
old frames, which will be put ir. sn very
r"?c r.a'ole terms, osaaort notice.
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order. Hair.
Corn-busk, llair and Cotton top Mattress..
COFFINS, OF EVERY K.I.ND,
Made to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, House painting done to order.
The above, and many other articles are famished
to customers cheap for cash er exchanged for ap
proved country produce. Cherry, Maple. Poj 'ar,
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on M&rset street, Clear
field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Store."
December 4. ISfil JOHN (1FEL1CH
HI'MPHREY'S CELEBRATED COAL,
Free from all impurities, again in the mar
ket. Oraers left at the stores of Jas. B. G rahain
A Son's or Richard Mossop s will receive prompt
, attention. Nov. I.'70-Im..
rFHE UNIVERSAL DIAL is a curious
invention, and a perfect success. Ito
simplicity and accuracy are truly wonderful
See "The Old Clock on the Wall," in another
column. Ootober 19. 1S70 6m.
TlO THE LADIES. A circular for niar
ried or single ladiis, containing desirable
information upon matters never belore made pub
lic. mailed free. Those who wish to pive it a care
ful perusal may addre?s. Mrs KL1ZAELTH A.
KINU. Williamsburgh, New Vork.
March 1, '71.-3m.
WANTED, AGENTS. A few first ela.ssj
" men to act. as agents for Wheeler and
Wilson's Sewing Machines. We will pay a sala
ry or liberal commissions. Horse, wagon and
Apply to WM SUMNER 4 CO . 140 Wood St.,
Pittsburgh, Pa., or 91 Franklin Street. Johns
tewn, Pa. Mar. 8, '70 -3m.
"CAUTION. All persons are cautioned1
anainst buying or middling in any way
with the following personal property .now in the
possession of Theodore Lisenhower, of Burnside
township, vii : 1 grey mare, 1 bridle and saddle,
1 one-horse sleigh, 1 buggy, 1 set harness, lot of
bay, lot potatoes and household and kitchen fur
niture, as the same belongs to ns.
March 1, 7l.-3t, H. A Vf . SMITH.
M I LLWRIGHTIN G.
II. T. Farnswortu,
Would inform Mill owners, and those desirous
of having Mills built, that he is prepared to build
and lepair either Crroular or Muley Saw Mills,
and (irist Mills after the latest improved patterns.
He has also for sale an improved Water Wheel,
which he guarantees to Rive satisfaction inregarl
to power aud epeed Hi; motto' is, to do work so
as to give perfect satisfaction. Those wishing fur
ther information will be promptly answered by
addressing him at Clearfield. Clearfield coirnty,
Pa. Wrile your name aud address plain.
April 20. lS'.'O-ly.
The undersigned have purchased the right
ot Clearftold ?oa'nty for Knoch Farosworth's
Stump Extractor, patented Juue 7th, 1S70. This
is decidedly the most convenient, most durable,
and bett machine of the day. Wet weather wil.
not effect it. the working part being all of ironl
The machine is easily set up, and will work any
place that ean be plowed. We will sell machines
at a small profit on cost, and will try to make it
to the advantage of tarmers to buy them. We
solicit orders from those wanting machines.
II. T. FAK.NS WORTH,
J 15. GARRISON,
tIEO. II. HALL. Agent. Curweusville, Pa
Clearfield. Pa. July 13 . 70
MARBLE and STONE YARD.
Miy. S. S. LlDDELL,
Having engisred in the Mnrble business, desires
to inform her friends, nud the public, that she has
nowand wil I keep censinnily on hand a largean.l
well selected stock of ITALIAN AND VKKMONT
MAltbLtJ, and is prepared tofurnish to order
TOMJJSTOyES. HOX ASI CRADLE
CURBS au.-i POSTS forCEMETEHY LOTS.
WIS DOW SILLS A.ND CAPS.
nVREAU, TABLE A XD WASH STAXD
Yard on Reed Street, near the Depot. Clearfield.
Pa. May 4, la70
yALUABLU FARM FOR SALE. -The
" subscribers offer at private hale the
property knjwi as the -Wheatland Farm," in
tiuetich township, ClafrcM ccunty, Pa., and be-
Lnging to the estate of Lii-le McCul'y. late of
said township, deceased. Said farm is bounded
by lands of Joseph McCullough. (i W. McCully,
i'lynu A Co., and others, and contains one hun
dred and fifty acres, more or less, one hundred
acres of which is cleared and' in a good stats ct
cultivation, and the balance is in timber. The
improvements aro two guo-1 dwelling bouses, a
good bank burn, wagon shed, spring house, ear
riuge bouse, and other necessary outbuildings.
There are two tearing orchards on the premises,
and abundance of pure water fr"m never-failing
flpriuu. O nreuiisntly loc--l I','' t.r.,I,ervy id
en. . ..! " ouursScs and sch Is. and wnbin a
half mile t.f tho line of the Osceola aud Puej villa
railroad The land fir icrlility and productive
ness is not surpassed iu the county . aud is alfo
underlaid with several valuable coal veins. Fiir
further information inquire of ti W. McCuily,
.Smith's Mills. OI-arfield county.. Pa , and who
may be found adjoining said farm, and will take
pleasure in thoiving the premises and stating
terms to those wishing to purchase.
.. W MeCUM.T.
March 1, 'T 1 St. Kxecutt.rs.
yE OFFER FOR SALE, AT PAR
The Xcw Masonic Tcinple Loan,
Leaving 7 3-10 interest,
Redeemable after five (5) and within twenty-one
Interest Payable March and
The bonds are rogiste red and will be issued in
8UU.S to suit.
I)i HAVEN & RR0.,
40 SOUTH 3n STREET,
PHI LA DELPHI A.
Stocks bought and sold on commission Gold and
Governments bought an i suld Accounts de
ceived and interest allowed, subject te
March 2. 1870-ly.-Jan 4.-71
P. T. I.
WEST BRANClf BITTERS.
A Pure. PlenSeint. Safe and KeliableTonio.com
j'ounded from fresh ami choice herl and pos
itively pure spirits, free from fusil oil. or
other irritating propertied, and will
not disagree or offend the most
delicate stomach. Warrant
ed to contain more med
icinal virtue thon any
titters at present offered tu the public.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL.
To increase the Appetite to promote Digestion
to cure Dyspepsia to cure Fc er and Ague to
cure Billnuenei-s to cure Constipation to cure
Chronic Diairbea to cure Flatulence to. cere
Acid Eruetntions to cure Nervous Debility to
cure Hypochondria to curs Satlowuess of the
Complexion to cure Pimples ana Blotches to
cure General Debility and Prostration o: the
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
TRY IT AND BE CONA'INCED.
.HOLD EVERYWHERE, AT SI PER BOTTLE.
A liberal Ji sroiuit to the traJ:
MAKCPACTUREn EXCLCS1TELT Br
A. I. S H A W,
Dealer in Drugs. Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
Stuffs. Oils, Paints, Varnishes. Ac., Patent
Medicines. Pure Wines and Liquors for
medical purposes, Fancy aud Toilet
Articles, and all goods usually
kept in a Drug Store, sold
Having employed E. D. Snyder a graduaate in
Pharmacy who sneaks both Enslinh and Ger
man, the undersigned feels no hi sitancy in saying
that customers can rely upon having the prescrip
tions properly put up. A. I. SlliW.
Feb S3. 1b70.
"VTAES 4 SPIKES thecheapest intheccunty
i at MOSSUP'S
ASD CHECK F0XIO PAPERS.
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CRYSTAL, ENAMELED, AND
BRISTOL BOARD. CHINA
COMMON BPSIXKSS CARDS,
Ot VARIOES SHADES AND COLOS.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
FOR 'DRUGGIST'S LABELS,
PRINTED TO ORDER,
on shovt notice,
AND AT CITY PRICES.
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MILLER & POWELL,
Wliolte'tzU dud Retail Dtaltrt in all ttndt tf
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, No
tions, G roceries , Uai d v ar.Quee ns ware, Wood
aud Willow ware, Flour, Bacon, Fish, Salt,
Ac, Market St , ClearCeld, Pa.
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets, Silks, Coburgs, Alpacas, Me
rinos, Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ginghams, Prints,
Poplins, Lawns, Sunshades, Handkorchiefs, Kid
and olber Gloves, Iloisery, Balmorals, and a gen
eral variety of Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons,
Braids, etc., at the lowest prices.
They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and Fn
cy Cassimeres, Sattinetta, Tweeds, Meitons.Water-
proof Cloth, Silk. Satin and common V esti cgs,elc
in great variety, and at prices that will cue gen
eral satisfaction to buyers.
j K.uv,.l .-.-.. .al of ...l7. mm ri m CliSthlAi;.
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hardware and
QuceBSware, Wood and Willowwa're, find ft full
stock ef Groieriei.
MILLER A POWELL sell all artioles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country store
an.l hence tne people generally will find it to
their advantage to buy goods of them.
GRAM AND COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in
exchange for goods.
February 15. 1371-tf.
Land and Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATil, PICKETS,
II. II. SHILLINGFORD, President,
Offi.1- Forctt Place, 125 S. 4th. St., PUtl'a.
JNO. LAWSIIE, Gen'l Sup't,
Osceola Mills, Clearfield County, Pa.
Sloshannon Land and Lumber Co.j
Offer Inducements to
Moshaimoii Land and Lumber Co.,
Offirr LOTS ia the Borough of Osceola
and vicinity forsale. Terms easy.
Apply at the Office of the Co.
JOHN LAWSIIE, Gen'l Sup't.
mO WATERMEN. The undersigned
-1- woulu retfiiectiuliv inform the raltsuicD
of Clearfield eounty, that he will again, this
Spring, open a BOARDING HOUSE, AT FUL
TON'S DEAD WATER, for their accommodation.
Rattsmen will find this a good place to stop, as ao
Sains will be spared to make tnem com lir table,
e solicits a call from bis old friends and easte
rners. Come one. come all
leb 15,'71 5tp. WM. M JOajiSOX.
rpEETn ! TEETH ! !
-1- Extracted tor 5 Cents,
Extraoted with the u?e of Nitrous Or yd flas,
and Local Anaesthesia, (the only harmless and
efficient anaesthetics now in use,) by
S J. Ilavr, Surgeon Dentist, Citriceusritle, Pa.,
Who wou!d hereby most respectfully return his
thanks for the libel al patronage of the past, and
inform the public fhat he has removed his Office
to the Corner of State atxi Locust Streets, over
Jenkins Store, where he is prepared to receive
nis customers in newly uttel np l.ooms, and do
their work in the unrst skilftkl and workmanlike
manner All work done in the latest aud most
approved styles, and gjarutced.
Dr. Hays will baengageu in his offioe from the
1st to the 23d of each- month ; the balance of eaih
month, he will spend ia Glen Hupe, Burnside.
and Luthersburg. alternately. Parties residing
at a distance, should write to us previous ol their
coming. Oflace hours, from 8 to 12 o'clock, A. X.,
and from 1 to i o'clock, P. M.
We use none but tbo very best material, and
defy competition for beauty, cheapness, and du
rability Give us a call.
Curwensville, Pa tMay 25, 1879 -fcb3y.
N E W" FOUNDRY
The undersigned having entered into c part
nership, iu the FOUNDRY BUSINESS in
Curwensville, would inform the public that they
Leep on baud, and will manufacture to order.
and every other deseription of articles generally
made iu a eeuntry foundry.
. Terms reasonable. Old metal taken in ex
change for work.
A share of patronage fs respectfully solicited.
Feb.23,'70-ly. JAMES M. WELCH.
'CHEAPER than the C UEAPEST.' '
GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES,
JUST RECEIVED BY
ARNOLD & HARTSHORN,
(One door West First Nat. Bank.)
Having jnst returned from the Ea?tith a com
plete assortment ot Goods suitable for the Spring
and Summer trade, we are now prepared to fur
uish all kinds of Goods
"CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST."
And after thanking our customers for their lib
eral patronage during the past year, we would
most respectfully ask for a continuance of the
same. Our stock consists or
BOO TS If SHOES,
HA TS A- CA TS.
Also. Flour. Bacon. Salt. Fish, Grain, Ac, Ac. all
of which will b sold on the c ost reasonable
terms. nd the highest market prroc paid for
Grain W;ol and all kindj of lumber and country
Please give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Satisfaction guaranteed as to quality and prices.
AIISOLD k HARTSI10RX.
Cor. Main a Thompson St.
April 20.'78 Curwensville, Pa.
j:. a. lit v in & Co.,
Being specially engaged in the business of buy
ing and selling SQUARE TIMBER, would repre
sent that they are now prepare! to purchase tim
ber, delivorcd at either Curwensville. Lock Haven
or Marietta, or will take it at any of these points
and sell on commission, making such advanoes aj
Those eng-ged in guttin; out timter will find
at our store ia Curwensville, a very large stock
ef STAPLE GOODS, nf all descriptions.
and everything necessary for rise cf Lumbermen.
BAFT ROPE, of all si:es,kept on hand in large
quantities, and sold at a small advance, by the
coil. Also, PULLEY BLOCKS, SMALL KOPE, Ao
Special inducements efTered to those manulao
taring Sijaare Timber.
E. A. IRVIN A CO.
Curwensville, Jan. 12.1870.
R E M 0 V A L .
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Market St., Cearfiecl, Pa.
We beg leave to inform our old and new custo
mers, that we have removed our establishment lo
the new building just erected on Market street,
nearly adjoining the Mansion Honse on the west,
and opposite Graham A Pons' store, where we re
spectfully invite the publio to come and fan their
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATEN MEDI-
C INS, OILS. PAINTS AND VARNISHES,
Our stock of Drags arid Medieineseonsiat of every
thing used, selected with the greatest care, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PL RE!
We also keep alull slock of Dyes. Perfumeries
Toilet articles. Soaps. Tooth brushes. Hair Brush
es, Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind of
Brushes. We have a la g lot of
White Lead Turpentine,
Flaxseed Oil, Paints, and in fact everything sued
in the painting business, which we offer at City
prices to cash ouyers.
TOBACCO AND SEGAR&,
Confectionery. Spioes, and the largest stock of va
rieties ever offered ia this place, and warranted
to be of the beat the market affords.
J. (1. HARTSWICK.
Dee. 2, 1833. JOHN F. IRWIN.
CEEXS W ARE Tea sets, best stone-ware, 48
pieoea,at SS 50 al MOSSOP'!?.
DRY GOODS the oheapest in the eounty, a
Mny 2. '67. MOSSOP S.
CURRANTS the best and. cheapest i tk
j contv.t vnAisA.M it.
EWBOOT AX1 SHOE SIIOP.
Market Street, nearly opposite the residence
II. B Swoope, Esq.,
Would respectfully announce to the eitinef
Clearfield and vicinitv. that he haa opened a
BOOT A XD SHOE SHOP, in the building lately
occupied by J. L. Cuttle.as alawcfhce.and that he
is determined not to be outdone either in quality
of work or prices. Special attention given to the
manufacture ot eev4 work. French Kip and
Calf Skins, of the best 0nalily, always en band.
Give him a call. June 24.
FISH A XD SA LT.
J A M E S CONNOR,
Xo. 355 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Peru.
LAKE FISH 7.820 halt barrels Lake Herring,
b.1i quarter barrels do . 1 ASO half barrel So. I
White Fisb. 300 halt barrels Xo 1 Pickerel. For
sale by Jamrs Co son, Whotesnle Grocer. Xo. Hi
Liberty Street, Pittsburgh.
BROOMS 950 doxen Brooms, assorted in store
and for sale by Jas Comsor, Wholesale Greecr,
No. 355 Liberty street. Feb. 8. '71.-5t.
PRESERVER OF HEALTH I
BUCKSKIX UADK(j ARMEXTS,
For Ladies arid Gentlemen.
A sure cure for Rheumatism.
A preventive of Colds;
For stile by
C. KRATZER & SONS,
D.-c2i. Clearfield, Ta. n.
TN THE COURT of Common l'leaa of
Clearfield County, Tu. :
Juki ma Pattkrscr, )
vs So. 47 March Term, 1870.
Jahek Wilsox and
Tuomas Smith, Domestic Attachment.
The ccdersigned Trustors, appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Clearlield County, ao
cording to Act of Assembly, hereby give notine
ihat thy appoint Till BSD AY, the SIXTEKXTrf
DAY OF MARCH. A. D., Is7i. ax CleaTfield- Bor
ougb, to receive the proofs of the several credit
ors of the above named James Wilson, and to de
termine upou the same, aud beieby require all
persons holding any sums of money or other
property due the said James Wilson, to deliver
the same to the Tru:ees.
1). W. M'CURDY,
t. h. mcrray,
Feb. 2. '71. Trustees.
FLOCK IN SACKS OH BARRELS.
MILL FEED, RYE CHOP,
CORN AD OATS,
CLOVER ASD TIMOTHY SEED,
BOUGHT AND SOLD BY
ALEXANDl R IKWIN.
Ciearfield. Feb il. -
AfISS U.S. SWAN'S, School for GirU,
JJ- Clearfio'.d, Fa.
The' Winter Term of Fourteen weeks will eom-
nience on Moudajr, January 21, li 1.
TakMS or TtiTio.
Mending, Orthography, Writing. Primary
Arithmetic and Primary Geography, per
term, (of 14 weeks), $7 89
History, Local and Descriptive Geography
with Map Drawing. UrainiTK1, Cental
aud Written Arithmetic, t 69
Botany. Geology. Physiology, Natural Phi
losophy, Physical Geography, Algebra,
Khetorio. Etymology and Latin',' IS Ot
Oil Painting. (i'4 lessons), 12 00
Monochromatic Drawing, 10 00
Crayon. " fl 00
Pencil Drawing, (no extra charge).
Instrclnental Music (3U lessons). 10 60
Wax Flowers and Fruits, with materials, at
For full particulars send for Circular,
Clearfield, August 17, lo7i)-ly:
JUST IN TIME!
THE NEW GOODS AT
A. K. W II I G II T & SONS,
naving just returned from the eastern eltfas
we are now opening a full stocK of seasonable
goods, at our rooms on Second street, to which
they respectfully invite the attention of the pub
lie generally. Our assortment is unsurpassed
in this section, and is being sold very low for
cash. The 'tock consists in part o(
of the best quality . such as Prints, Delaines, Alpa
as. Merinos. Ginghams ; Muslins, bleached and
cnbleached ; Drillings Tickings, cotton and wool
Flannels. Cassimers. Ladiea' Shawls, Coats, No.
bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts. Balmorals. Ae.. Ae..alt
cf wMcn will be sold low for cash. Also, a ftuqc
assortment of the best ef
W K A R ,
consietir.g of Drawers and Shirts, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, Uandkercbieftt cravats, etc
Also. Raft Rope. Dog P,ope, Raltlaa Augurs
and Axes. Nails and Spikes, Tinware, Lamps and
Lamp. wioks and chimneys, etc., eCo.
Also, Queensware. Glaaswaie. Hardware, Groee
ries. and spices of all kind's. In short, a general
assortment of every thing usually kept in a retail
store, all cheap for eatli, or approved country
Nov. 23-jal0-nol3. WRIGHT A POI?.
Y O U T II S
The undersigned having reeetirly added
R EA D Y XTADE. CLOTHING 1
to his former business, would respectfully
solicit aa examination of his stock. Being
a p'rartrcal Tailor he Batters himself
that he is able to offer a better
elat of ready-made work
than has heretofore been
brought to this mar-,
Anyone wishing to W gooirs- in. thfa Una
would save mosey, bj calling at bis store,,
and making iair- aeleetioni. Alio,
a full say llj of Uents'furnishio
goods always on hand;
Feeliag thankful for pst favors, ha would re
apaclfo!!? solicit a eontirraane. of tbt
April-23; 1SB9: H. BRIDGE.
CANNED FRUIT. Cannod Plums. Peachea
and eamned ccrn. etc, for e.ile at the Drue
Store of. A I.SHAW.