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f f;e glaffetitan's ourttaf, gfcarftcfb, rt., l&axcl) 29, 1871.
To'Patboi. To insure the fe transmission
of money by mail, patrons should remit by check
money-order, or have their letter registered.
A receipt will be enclosed in the first paper after
,be money eomesio uauu.
Penn' K. B.-Winter Arrangement.
MilTr-m leaves Tyrone at : : : 9-3
Arrives at Osceola at : : : .: 1V.15 a.m.
" fhilipsburg at . : 11.40 a.m.
" Clearfield at : : : 1240p.m.
Mail Tnt leaves Clearfield a : : : 2.40 p in
Arrives at Pbilipsburg at : : P '
Osceola at : : : : P- w-
Tyrone at : : ". : P- m
LockHrenat : : 12 2a p. m
Ltm Clearfield at : . : : : :
Arrive at Philipsburg at : :
" Osceola at : : '
i Intersection at :
E. Tyrone at : : :
Dtarcs Eart Tyrone at : : : : :
Arrives at Interjection at : :
Osceola at : : : t
I'hilipsbucg at r :
- 'Clearfield at : : ;
Clue connections made at Tyrone
Kast and West on the Maine Line.
7.M A. M
9 00 a. m
10.00 a. m.
12 50 p. m.
1 13 p.m.
10 00 a m.
1.0S p. m.
2 00 p. m,
3 40 p.m.
5 50 p. m.
Kelioiocs. Divine services will be held
next Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows:
By Uev. Hall, in St. Andrew's Episcopal
cliutch, at 11 A. M. aud 7 P. M. Sunday
H hool at 3 l M. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening at " o'clock.
By Uev. Butler.in the Presbyterian church,
' mirnine and evening. Sabaath school at
P. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
-fe-enine at 7 o'clock.
By Hct. J. H. M'Cord, in the Methodist
-elmix-h, tnornin? and evening. . Sabbath
school at y A. M. Prayer meeting, every
ThurJay at 7i P. M. Communion services
Firt Sabbath of every month at 10 A. M.
15y Rev. .Mr. Skinner, in the Baptist
church, morning and evening, alternately.
To the Eepublicana.
the members of the Republican County
Committee are requested to meet in the
Court House, at ClearCeld, on Tuesday the
.1 day of May. at 2 o'clock. P. M-, for the
I urjoe of electing a Representative, and
n!o a Senatorial, delegate to the State Con
rnti.n, t le held ac 'HarrUburg on the
17'ih day of May. All other members of
the party are respectfully invited to attend.
T. H. Ml -RKAY.
March Chairman Co. Com.
A I.ITT1.EM1XFD the weather since Tues
day the 21st inst., when the sun "croveJ
tlm iine." .
Aitear tins statoments nf the First Na
tional Bank of Clearfield aird Curwensville.
ai.d seveial other advertisements, to-day.
TiiE.vrw'jAU.. Veob.ervcd several days
ago. that the cou tractor hade minenceJ the
exeaVarion preparatory to the laying the
foundation of the new jail to 1.0 erected in
fiiis place. Larye quantities of stone have
u!k been hauled. We presume the work
will be vigorously prosecuted as soon as the
weather is fit.
Equinoctial. For six it ci&H days
past, the weailicr has been quite winte.rlsh
in this region. The latter part of lust week, j
the air was raw and cold, with some indica
' tions of snow. On Sunday afternoon some
little snow and continued to full at in
tervals during the n'v-ht u-itil early on Mon
day morning, when it had rout-he J a depth i
of about five int-ho). A warm rain, with
ti.e .-now now on the ground. wi!i soon raise
the river to a good rafting stage.
A Kfsvi.t ok Advertising. On We i
li -day last, we inserted in the Journal an
e tvi.-rr-'-'.-m-.'fit for Mr. Tleritr.T, and three
ins tln-r?sf;er (on Saturday) bo sold a genj
tbinan rtfe hundred dollars worth of furni
t ire as the Srst fruit of that advertisement
the pnrchascr stating tlir.t he had been
?:i I'l-.vd to rill by seeing and reading the
aherti-einent. We relate this incident.
f!i:i;i!y because there is no doubt as to the
: ivriti-'t'ilieiit being the immediate and mi
i : i -r :i k :i L 1 atrcTit in effecting the sale refor
r. 1 ;o.
Ie -eased. It is with rccr'it t!iat we an
n .iine..' the death of Daniel Livingston. E-q.,
ot Curwensville. aced 51 vearsand 6 months.
Mr. Livingston whs a very worthy and high
ly re-i eeted citizen, intimately known in all
I'i;t- of this county. Upon the enactment
o'" tin- I Menial revenue law, he was appoint
ei a-(Mir in this (the J'.'th) Congressional
li-tri.-t. which position be held until his
nVath. He discharged the duties of his of
fice ttit'u fidelity to the government, and the
g iicra! satisfaction o? the citizens in the
district. He was quite ill for more than a
v;ir pa-t, and hence his (hath was not un
i xr-t-cted. He left a wife and ten children,
i:id a large circle of friends, to nioui"n his
Qt it STarETS. We again call the atten
tion of our citizens, an! borough officers, to
t'k- ml-.Ma'jIe condition of our streets. We
ar- inf.'med that, according to an estimate
nil.-, one year's taxes would permanently
-i-pr.tve Market street from the bridge to
I'.'W-l street, and that two years' taxes would
fat Scioud i-treet in like repair, its entire
i- i!--:h. H this be a fact, why not expend
tho present year's taxes on either one of the
' -treets named, instead of wasting , the
wjiiey in patching all over town ? The tax-f'-
expended in permanent repairs, would, in
a ft-w years, suffice to make our streets wor
,ry il-e importance of the place, instead of
"mi: a disgrace to our citizens. We hope
w.i give this subject due attention at
Lvj Train. On the 15th March, a
tr jin of 7.; loaJfi(J C3rs was hauled off the
Tyrone and Clearfield Railroad ; and on the
!'''a a train of 1 loaded cars was taken
' -r the mountain from Osceola. On the
la-tor day 293 loaded cars were taken on to
tta "i ah line at Tyrone, 257 of which were
? the Clearfield branch, and 36 off the
1:M Eagle Valley branch. The Tyrone
H'riJd .-ays : "Few persons outside of rail
r 'al circles and very many within the ring
are at all cognizant of the immense amount
ff freight paving over the Tyrone and
1 arEe!d road." And, we may add, the
bu-ints is daily increasing, and will contin-l-
to increase for years to come. This
ranch is, perhaps," the most profitable in
cr,rnjeetin with the Pennsylvania Central,
a,ii much of its prosperity, no doubt, is at
' itab.e to the efficiency of the officers in
Complimentary. We are indebted to
the "Juneauta" Lecture Committee, Ty
rone, for a complimentary ticket to Anna E.
Dickinson's lecture, Saturday evening, April
22d. Subject, "Joan D'Arc."
The AssESStirtiiHiP. The decease of P.
Livingston, E-q., has created a vacancy in
the Assessor-ship in the 19th Congressional
district. We are glad to learn that an effort
is making for the appointment of Mr. E.
Livingston, the eldest son of the deceased,
upon whom, in a great measure, will devolve
the care of a large and dependent family.
Young Livingston being familiar with the
business of the office, having transacted
most of it during the past two years, is ful
ly competent to discharge the duties of the
position. We hope the appointment will
be made. .
To Employers. A Committee of busi
n'ess men have organized the Employment
Bureau of the Young Men' Christian. As
sociation, and located an offiae ut 123 South
Seventh Street, Philadelphia, where applica
tions for situations are registered, and so
classified that at a moment's notice. Clerks,
Book-Iveepers, Salesmen, Porters, Lads.
Farmers, Gardeners, and Laborers of all
kinds can be supplied. A great many desi
rable persons from other cities, and the
country and the old world, ire constantly
flocking to the city, and as strangers they
appTy to the Association to befriend them.
It is often of great interest to business men
to get help, and get it quickly, and the Bu
reau offer their services,' making no charge
to either party. Apply to. or address Alex.
Sloan, Sup't Employment Bureau, 123
South 7th Street.
Lock Haven. PA. March 17th. 1S7I.
S. J. Row: Dear Sir: By referring to
the last issue of the Republican you will see
that Curwensville is noted for the produc
tion of two remarkable curiosities, viz:
"fools," who write for the Jot'RNAL. and
sages, who write for the llrpuhliran. One
of the latter, a sort of paragon, who signs
himself "Democrat," seems very much ex
ercised over a letter which appeared in your
columns signed "II.," and in his righteous
indignation he completely annihilates poor
II. with a single stroke of his powerful pen.
It certainly was very strong presumptive
evidence of the insanity of II., and very
imprudent in him to refer to the antecedents
of Mr. J'omeroy just at that time, (when
silence" would have been so much more ac
ceptable to the admirers of the lecturer.)
but Deuioc.-at seems to have forgotten that
"fools' and children speak the truth."
Would it not have been better for Democrat
to deny or refute lhe charges made by II.
instead of howling 'fools and fanatics,"but
that is pre-cinineut'y Ivuiocrat-ic argument.
Again Democrat is shock. '1 at the "inde
cency" of H's. letter. I pit-"! guilty but
would offer in extenuation the iact lhat it.
is made up principally of quotations from
the La Crosse Democrat. Had he heard
the same words fall fre-h from the lips of
the idoliz ;d "Briek"they would hare struck
a responsive chord in hi sensitive auditorum
ffiat would have thrilled his inmost soul (?)
but when they are served up second hand j
I gh! h is very much disgusted
then at II.
The Roston W says Butler is not hand
some, but he isn't Biaine-looking, by any
On Sunday, March 5th. lc71. v Charles
Robacker, Esq., Mr. Cyrus Lydick, of
Perry county, and Miss Ai.dore Bcndy, of
Huston township, CiearGold county.
especial r:ul gJocul
.Vffi?.T intrrfd vn'ttr thi hrfli n at fotlxici:
1 . retit a line for first insertion ; and 5 Cf.ntx a
Uiif f'jr each tubsetjitent iHtrrtion.
Dr. F. Pi.atto, formerly of Syracuse,
X. Y., desires us to inform the people of
Clearfield and vic'nity that he has perma
nently located among them, for the purpose
of practising his profession. The Doctor
will be in readiness to attend to all profes
sional calls, either night or day. His office
is on Reed street, south side, between the
Railroad and Second street, where he may
be found night and day, when not engaged
elsewhere. March 8, 1871. tf
Important to Everybody. The citi
zens of Clearfield and vicinity are informed
that Mr. D. R. Fullertori has just fitted
up a first class room on Second street, one
door north of the new Masonic building,
where he will open, on Thursday nest, the
largest stock of Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, ever brought into the county. Per
sons in want any article in his line, will find
it to their advantage to give him a call.
To Oi'R Patrons. We have this day
sold our entire stock of Hats, Caps. Shoes.
Carpets and Oil Cioths, to Mr. D. R. Ful-
lerton, who intends making that branch of
business a speciality. Mr. Fullerton intends
keeping a first class line of goods, and per
sons in need of anything in his line wiil do
well to call on him at his new store on Sec
ond street. Having disposed of the above
branch of business, our entire attention will
be given to the Dry Goods and Xotion bu
siness, which will be complete in every re
spect. Reed Brothers.
Clearfield, March 2Sth, 1S71.
Neglected Tiiroat and Leva Disea
ses. During the changeable seasons of fall
and winter when Cough; and Colds are so
prevalent, no person should be without some
reliable preparation for their cure. They
should recollect that a neglected Cough or
Cold frequently terminates in Consumption.
Hassan's Compound Syrup of Tar is the
besc and most reliable article known for the
cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore
Throat, Asthma, Chronic Catarrhs, and all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Xo fam
ily should be without its It is no private
"quack" preparation ; on the contrary, it is
prescribed by some of the most eminent
physicians in the country. Price 50 cents.
For sale by Hartswick & Irwin, Clearfield ;
Joseph R. Irwin, Curwensville, and Drug
gists everywhere. Feb. 22-1 2t.
LOSING QUOTATIONS of G
No. C9 Wood at.
ritiea, IJ I. Brady A t'o'a
Pittsburgh, March 18.
U. S. 6's 1HS1.
4-20". 1865, -10-10",
5- 2il', January A July, 1965,
6- 2U", January A July. JS47,
5-20's. January A July. 10S8,
Union Pacific Kailroad.
Central Pacific Kailroad,
Clearfield Eetail Markets.
CnRKKI TED WKKKLY BT K. M09SOP.
Apples, dried, lb, 10 I Hay, ton,
Apples, grean, bu, 65 Hams, lb.
Applebutter, gal, 1 00 Shoulders, lb,
Butter, lb, 35 Sides, lb,
Beef, fresh, lb, 10 Lard, lb,
jiecf, dried, lb, 25 Oats, bo.
Buckwheat, bo, 1 00 Unions, bo.
Buckwheat flour. Ib 4 Pork, lb.
Beans, bu. 2 50 Pork, mess, bbl,
Boards, per H 14 00 I Potatoes, bu,
Corn. shelled,' 1 00 1 Plaster, bbl.
" ears, 50 J Peaches, dried, lb
" meal, 2 50 Kye. bu.
Chop. rye. 2 50 Kags, lb.
' mixed. 2 30 Sal r. ner sack.
Cheese. Ib. 25 ftbingles, 18 in.
Cherries, lb, 18 Shinnies. 26 in.
Chickens. dresfsed lb, 15 Timothy seed, bu
Eggs, 20 Wheat, bu,
Flour, bbl. 7 50 Wool, lb.
rPHK UNIVERSAL DIAL is a curious
. invention, and a perfect success. Its
simplicity and accuracy are truly wonderful
See "The Old Clock on the Wall," in another
column October 19. 1870 Gm.
POR SALE. A Double Turbine Water
Wheel, manofactured by James Laffell
& Co.. at Springfield, Ohio, is new and will be
sold at less than cost. For further particulars in
quire of the undersigned at Clearfield.
March 1, '7l.-tf. A.S. GOODRICH.
CAUTION. All persons are hereby cau-
tioned a train's t takins; or buying a certain
SOT E. given by me to Nelson Wagoner, dated
February 21 , 187l,cajling for Fiftben Dollars, pay
able twenty days after date, as I have not receiv
ed any value for said note and will not pay the
same unless compelled by due course of liw.
Mar 6J5-3t JOHN M CAKDELL.
BRICKS. The Ilotchkiss & Buss Patent
Imt.roved BRICK MACHINE will
make 20 000 Bricks of Scpehior Quality in a
working day. which can be hacked right from the
Machine. It is simple and durable, and Bricks
can be made by it cheaper than by any other pro
c3s. For making DrwinTile it is alw unri vailed.
Mat-hines.State. County and Yard Rights for sale.
Address FERRY FARM BRICK WOKKS. 19
Cliff St., Koom 7. New Kork (Mar.l5-7m
a. L. RE RI.
O. f. noor
CLEARFIELD 3'LANING MILL
Messrs. HOOP. WEAVER A, CO., Proprietors,
would respectfully inform the citiieai ef the
couuty that tliey have completely reCtted and
supplied their PLANING MILL, in this Borough,
with the beft and latest improved
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
and are bow prepared to execute all erders in
their line of business, sneh as
Sash, Doors, Climis, Brackets, and
Moldings, of all kinds.
Tbeybsve large stock of dry lumber on hand.
and will pay cash for olear stuff, on-and-a-tl'
inh pannel plani-preferred Nov 6. '67.
REEP RFED REED REED
brothers Brotherj Brothers
REED REED REED 1S.F.ED
BRO S BR ) S BRO'S
Are receiving this week a large and attractive
FANCY DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, WHITE GOODS kc,
to which the attention of bajers is invited.
SPLENDID PLAID DRESS GOODS,
2j and 30 cents.
EPLENDID BLACK ALPACA,
2b and 30 cents.
EPLFFDID SUMMER SHAWLS,
$2.00, $2.50 and f 3.00.
SPLENDID LACE POINTS,
$4.00 and St 50.
PPLENDID LINEN DAMASK,
45. 50 A 60 els. per yard.
ELE(J ANT MARSEILLES QUILTS,
$2 00 and $2 50.
75 cts.j 67 cts., $1.00 and $1.25 por dozen.
12i and 18 cents each.
13 aud 12 cents.
18, 20, 25 and 31 cents per yard.
6i, 7. 8 and 10 cents per jard.
MUSLIN. YARD WIPE,
8 cents yer yard.
HAIR GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY.
CURLS, 35 cents. BEST SWITCHES, 20 cents.
NEW CHIGNONS. VERY CHEAP.
XEW MILLINERY GOODS !
New Spring Styles of
HATS AND BONNETS!
The choicest line of FLOWERS in the market.
SUNDOWNS, in great variety.
New Styles LADIES' COATS, Ac. Ac ,
And thousands of other thingsof which we would
l;ke to tell you but for the want of time, being
too busy selling goods.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL!
Market St., Clearfield, Ta.
BUTTER, EOG3, WOOL, and all marketable
produce taken. March 15, 71.
I hare this day associated with me in the mer
cantile busines try brother Robert Reed, and the
business will be continued under the firm name
of '-Reed Brothers." We will continue to make
the Dry Goods and Notion business a "speciality,
and all the newest fabrics and latest novelties in
the market will be kept on hand. The Branch
Store in Curwentville will be continued, where
will be found as choice a line of goods as at the
main store in ClearCeld. New Spring Goods will
be on hand about the 13th of March.
. Clearfield, March 1, 1S71 . Market street
The book accounts of Wm. Reed will be prompt
ly and immediately settled. Wh. Rkei.
March 8, '71.
"EW SPRING STOCK1
J. SHAW 4; SON.
flave just returned from the east and are new
opening an entire new stock ef goods in the room
formerly eccupied by Wm. F. Irwin, on Market
Street, which they new offer to the public at the
lowest cash prices.
Their stock eonsista of a general assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Hats. Caps. Bonnets, Dress Coeds.
Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Brooms, Nails, etc.,
in fact, everything usually kept in a retail store
can be had by calling at this store, er will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well selected, and eoniist ef the
newest goods, is of the best quality, ef the latest
styles, and will be sold at lowest prices fcr cash,
or exchanged for approved country produce.
Be sure and call and examine cur stock before
making your purchases, as we are determined
ilease all who may faver us with tbeir custom.
MayS. ISS7. J . SHAW A SON.
Desires te inform hisoid friends nr.d easterners
that, having enlarged his shop and increased hit
facilities fur manufacturing, he is r.oir prepared
to make to order sui'h furniture as may be deir
ed, in good style am at chrap ra!ts for cash. lie
mostly has on. hand at his "Fui piture Rooms.'
a varied assortment of furniture, among which is
Bl'REAUS AJI) SinEEOAUns,
Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centre. Sofa. Parlor.
Breakfast and iMnr.ij extension Tables.
Common, French-wists, Cottage, Jen-ny-liind
and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KrN'lT. WORK-STANDS, DAT
RACK?, WASH-STANDS, Ac.
Spring'seat. Ca'n-hotf-m. eH Par'or Chairs;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hand, and hew glasses fcr
old frames, whick wiil be pu is an very
rGabe terms. onort notice.
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order. Hair.
Corn-husk, liair andCvttwn top Mattresses.
cornxs, or every rind.
Hade to order, and funerals attended with a
Also, House paintibg done to order.
The above, and many other articles are furnished
to customers chenp for cash er exchanged for ap
proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar,
Lin-wood and ofhr Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on Marnet street. Clear
field, and nearly opposite t h -OM Jew Stf.re."
Kocemher 4. fr.l.i
JUST" IN TIME!
TflB NEW GOODS AT
A. K. WRIGHT & SONS,
Having jiist returned from the eastern cities
we are now opening a full fIock of seasonable
goods, at our rooms on Second street, to which
(hey respectfully invite thb attention ot the pub
lie generally. Our nssorfiiient is unfurpnssed
in this soction. and is being sold very low for
cash. The Mock cornets in part of
. DRY GOODS
of th best quality, tush Trints. DcIatnes.AIpa
ens. Merinos. inphamf ; Muslins, bleached and
unbleached ; Drillings Tickips. cotton and wool
Flannels. Cassiuiers. Ladies' Shawls. Coats. Nu
bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts. Balmorals Ac . Ac. all
of-wHch will be sold i.ow rod cash. Also, a fine
assortment of the best of
consisting of Drawer r-d chirts. Hats and Cnps,
B"ts and Shoes, Handkcrchicftt cravats, etc.
Also. Raft Rope. Dott Bone. R:i!t!n.i Augurs
and Axes. Nails and Spikes Tinwnre, Lamps and
Lamp wicks and chimneys, eic. etc.
Also, Queensware 'Jlassware nr Iwarr.Groee
ries. and spices of all kinds In short, a general
assortment of every thirin usnaUy kept in a retail
store, alt cheap for cash, or approved country
Nov.2j-jln-n"l3. WRIOIITA SONS.
II 0 M E S F 0 R A L L .
Land of Flowers and Perpetual Growth.
THE ITALY OF AMERICA.
Is not excelled in Climate by any of the United
states, and it may be doubted whether it can be
equaled in the world
Located on the very borders of the Torrid Zone
still her situation between the Gulf of Mexico
and th" Atlantic ocean is such that she is swept
alternately by tne winas oi me baAtern and Wes
tern seas, and relieved from the burning heats
which prevail in other Southern States; and thus'
it happens that by the joint influence of latitude
and peculiar location, she is relieved, on the one
band, from the rigors of the Winter climate of
the Northern and .Mi Idle states, and on the oth
er, from the extreme beat with which not only
the .Southern States, but in the summer time the
Northern States are characterised.
Settlers have not the hardships to undergo that
have been the lot of the pioneers who opened xtt
and developed our harsh Northern latitudes. The
entire year t a perpetual srnsotl of groieth, able
to produce and send to markets' the productions
of the TropteaJ and Temperate Zonrs tccris and
montn in advance of av other Iceaity, and at a
seamn tehen al! tueh production Zae luxurious,
and command the very httrhest prices ;
THE FLORIDA IMPROVEMENT COMPANY,
under the att'pires of the itat. of Florida, pro
pose to furnish lands of uniform good quality,
and upon which can be raided Vegetable. Fruits,
etc.. common to the more Northern climates, and
all the U rains. Fruits and Vegetables of the
Such selected lands, in the healthiest part ef
the State, and of the best quality.
The Company have issued a pamphlet of 128
pages, containing full aud reliable information
concerning Florida, its Climate, Soil, and Produc
tions, with a sketch of its history, which the Com
pany will forward, free of postage, on reeeipt of
For other information or circular, address or
1UE FLORID V IMPROVEMENT COMPANY,
34 Pare Row, New Yobe.
NEW YORK AND FLORIDA COLONY,
Partially organised. For full information, cir
culars, eto., address EDWARD DELOL'EST, 82
Nassau street. Now York City. P. O, Box 5508.
March 8, 1871-3m.
CANNED FRUIT. Canned Plums, Peachei
and canned ccrn, etc , for sale at the Drug
Store of A.I. SHAH.
HOUSE AND LOT
at Private' Sale,
In lhe village of William's 7rove, Bigler
Station. Tyrone and Clearfield Railroad. House,
frame. J?x24 feet, and 2 stories in height, with
kitchen attached; frame office, 16x2 teet, suita
ble for a store room ; and also a stable on the
property. Lot eontains about half an asre. For
terms. Ac, apply to Dr. F. K. head, Kylertoirn,
Pa., or the undersigned.
J)A. MCll BUI.
March 8. 1870 -5ip. Clearfield. Pa.
TTALUABLE FARM FOR SALE The
V c.,),i:riltara iffj. nf nritfnf.-? Cllft th.p
nronertv known as the "Wheatland Farm." in
Uuelich township, Clearfield county. Pa., and be
longing to the estate of Lisle McCully. late of
said township, deceased. Said farm is bounded
by lands of Joseph MoUullongn tt vt . MOiuuy,
Flynn A Co., and others, and contain one hun
dred and fifty acres, more or less, one hundred
acres of which is cleared and in a good stats of
cultivation, and the balance is in timber. The
improvements are two good dwelling houses, a
good Dana oarn. wagon sueu spnug uuu. v
riage house, and other necessary outbuildings.
Thero are two bearing orchards on the premises,
and abundance of pure water from never failing
springs. nvenientty located . The property is
convenient to churches and schools, and within a
half mile of the line of the Osceola and Pasey villa
railroad. The land for fertility and p oductive
ness is not surpassed in the county, and is also
underlaid with several valuable coal veins. For
further information inquire of J W. McCully,
Smith's Mills. Clearfield county. Pa , and who
may be found adjoining said farm, and will take
pleasure in showing the premises and statir-g
terms to those wishing to purchase.
1. W McCl LLY.
March 1, '71 5t. Executors.
P. T. I.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A Pure, Pleasant, Safe and ReIinbleTonic.com
pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos
itively pure spirits, free from fu?il oil. or
ether irritating properties, and wiil
not disagree or offend the most
delicate stomach. Warrant
ed to contain more med
icinal virtue than any
bitters at present offered to the public.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL.
To increase tt'o Appetite to promote Digestion
to cure Dyspepsia to cure Fe cr and Ague to
cure Biliousness to care Constipation to cure
Chronio Diarrhea to cure Flatulence to cure
Acid Eructations to cure Nervous Debility to
cure Hypochondria to cure Sallowness of the
Complexion to cure Pimples and Diotohcs to
rare t;neral Debility and Prostration of the
IT JfAS XO EQUAL
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
SOLD EVERYWHERE, AT $1 rER BOTTLE.
A liberal discount to ths trade.
B AMITACTEREO EXOLCR1VRLT T
A. I. S II A W,
Dealer in Drugs. Medicine', Chemicals, Dye
Stuffs. Oils, Pnint., Varnishes, Ae.. Patent
Medicines. Pure Wines nnd Liquors for
medical purposes. Fancy and Toilet
Articles, and all goods usually
kept in a Drug Store, sold
Having employed E. D.Snyder agraduante in.
Pharmacy who speaks both English and i-r-tuan,
the undersigned feels no hsitncy in saying
that customers can rely upon having the prescrip
tions properly put up. A. I. SHAW.
Feb 23. 1870.
Splendid 10 cent Calicoes.
Light Calicoes, Delai nes,
l?.l- ishirtina- cheeks,
Mut-lins, vrnite tooua.
Percales, Iilack Silks.
Japanese Silks. Sil k Poplins,
illack Alpacas. Velveteens.
Shawls, Table Linens,
Hoys' Carsimerts, Ac.
et Paris Kid Gloves, Blue A fireen Kid Gloves.
Iloisery, Si k Gloves.
Lace Collars, Il.tir Switches,
Chignons, Hair Nets.
Corsets, Hoop Skirts,
Ao , Ao.
Dress Trimmings. Silk Fringes", Satin,
Velvet Ribbons, Buttons, Ac., Ac.
Trimmed Hats, Ribbons and Millinery Goods
Unequaled stock of Ladles' and Childrens' Shoes
and Uaitcrs. Men French Kip and Calf Routs,
Caifand Lasting Gaiters.
2,000 pieces Wall Paper, from 6 cts !o SI per bolt.
Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Window Shade, best
White Granite Tea Ware. Glass Ware, Table
Knives and 1 orks.
Choice Teas and Coffee and other G rceeries. Dried
Fruits. Peaches, Prunes, Cherries. Canned
Peaches. Tomatoes. Corn, Pickles, Ao.
The atove. with an immense stock of other goods,
have been bought at the lowest cash prices,
and are offered at very low rates.
COME AND EXAMINE THEM, WHETHER YOU
BUY OR NOT.
J. M . KRATZER,
(Frmerly C. Kratzer Sr .So),
Next door to H. F. Bigler A Co., 2d Street,
A Male and Female High School.
Each Departhent Distinct axd Complete is
The Third Session of the present Scholastic
year, of this Institution, commenced on Monday,
the 13th ay of February, 1S71
Pupils can enter at any time. Tbey will be
charged with tuition from the time they enter to
the close of the session.
The conrse of instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical and accomplish
ed education of both sexes
TERMS OF TUITION i
Orthography. Reading. Penmanship, Primary
Arithmetic, Primary Geography and Pencil
Drawing, per session, (11 weeks). $5 00
Grammar, Local and Descriptive Geography, Map
Drawing, History, Mental and Written Arith
metic, and Pencil Drawing. S3 00
Algebra. Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration,
Surveyin', Natural and Moral Philosophy, Ge
ology. Physiology, Chemistry, Rhetoric, Physi
cal Geography, Book keeping. Botany, and Pen
cil Drawing, 89 00
Latin, Greek and French, with any of the above
Pearl or Oriental Painting, 24 lessors.
Monochromatic Painting, 24 lessons,
Crayon Drawing, 24 lesson",
Fancy Hair Work, 24 lessons.
Instrumental Music. 30 lessons.
f if No deduction will be made for absence.
I C' Students, from a distance can b accom
modated with boarding at low rates.
VW Any one, not a member ef the School, ean
receive private instructions in any of the orna
For further particulars inquire of, or address,
Rev. P. L. HARRISON, . u.
March U. 1871. rriaoinel.
. F. N A U G L E .
GRAHAM'S ROVT, CLF.ARFIEr.U.
Tbe undersigned repectful!y informs his old
customers and the public, that he has en hand,
(and constantly receiving new additions.) a large
stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
. CLOCKS, a large variety from the best Man
ufactory, eonsisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour
spring and Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike and
WATCHES a fine assortment, o 'silver Hunt
ing and open case American patent Levers, plain
and full jeweled.
GOLD TEfiS. an elegant assortment, of the
best quality. Also, in silver extension and desk
SPECTACLES, large assortment, far and
near sight, colored and plain glass.
JEWELRY of every variety, from a single
piece to a full set.
ALSO, fine assortment of Spoon. Forks, but
ter knives. etc.. Dinted on eenuine Alaoata.
ATtSO. Hair Jewelrv. with nuree-nld mountine.
got up to order. Caifand 'see sample book.
AH kino. of Clocks. Watches and Jewelrv eara
fully repaireu and Warranted.
A continuance ot patronage is solicited.
Nov. 2Wth. lorta. H. V. NAUGLK
R E M0 JA L .
hartswick: & irwin,
Market St., Cfearteld, Pa.
We beg leave to inform car old and new custo
mers, that we have removed c'tr establishment to
the new building just erected on Market street,
nearly adjoining the Mansion House on the west,
and opposite Graham A Sons store, where we re
spectfully invite the public to come and bu tbeir
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATEXf MEDI-
CIXS.OILS. PAINTS AND VARNISHES,
Onrstockof Drugs and Mediuineseonsist ol evfry
thing ued. selected with the greatest care, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PL RE!
We also keep a lull stock of Dyes. Perfumeries
Toilet articles. Soaps. Tooth Brushes. Hair IJ.: jsh-
es. Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind of
Brushes. We have a la ge lot of
White Lead Tuqientine,
Flaxseed Oil, Paints, and in fact everything used
in the painting business, which we offer at City
prices to cash iuyers.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
Confectionery. Spices, and the largest stock of va
rieties ever offered in this place, and warranted
to be of the best the market affirds
J. . II ARTS W If K.
Dee. 5, 1R. JOHN F. IRWIN.
P. . MILLBB.
A. a. fowkLl
MILLER & POWELL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all tinds nf
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps No
tions, Groceries, II iird ware Queensware. Wood
and VY f How ware. Flour, Bac in, Fish, Salt,
Ac, Market St , Clearfield, Pa.
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets. Silks. Coburgs. Alpacas, Me
rinos, Wool Delaines, Lustres, Gingham. Prints,
Poplins, Lawns. Sunshades, Handkerchiefs, Kid
and other Gloves. Iloisery, Balmorals, and a gen
em! variety of Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons.
Braids, etc., at the lowest prices.
Tbey have Black and Blue Cloths. l'.Inck and Fsn
oy Cassioieres. Sattinetis, Tweeds. Meltons. Water
proof Cloth. Silk. Satin and common Vesting. eto ,
in great variety, and at prices that will give gen
cral satisfaction to buyers.
A general assortment of Ready-mide Clothing
Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes. Hardware and
Queeasware. Wood and Willowware, and a fall
stock ef Groceries.
MILLER A POWELL sell all nrticles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country store
anlhehco the people generally wili Cud it to
tbeir advantage to buy goods cf their.
GRAIN AND COCNTRt PRODUCE taken in
exchange for goods.
February 15, 187 1 -tf.
Land and Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, PICKETS,
II. II. SIIILLIXGFORD, President,
OgUe Forest Place, 125 S. 4th St , Prit'a.
JNO. LAWSIIE, Gei'l Surf t;
Osceola Mills, Clearfield County, Pa.
MoslianRon Lnfid and LiiRiVr Co.?
Ofler Inducements to
M A M M O T II
Moshannon Land and Limber Co.,
Offer LOTS in the Borough of Osceola
and vicinity for sale. Terms easy.
Apply at the Office of the Co.
JOIIX LAWSIIE, Gen'l Snp't,
January 18, 1871.
WANTED, AGENTS. A few first cla.
men to act a.s agents fur Wheeler and
Wilson "s Sewing .Machines. We will pay a sala
ry or liberal commissions. Horre, wagoa and
Apply to WM. SUMNER A CO . 144 Wood St ,
Pittsburgh, Pa , or 1 Franklin ftreet. Johns
tewn. Pa. Mar. 8, '70 -3m.
T ESTAUR ANT.-Tl.e well-known "Go rdl
A' man Saloon," one equare east of the
'Nagle House," on Front St.. Marietta.-Pa., ha
been leased by the undersigned, where he will
keep a first-class -RKsTAL KANT AND CAFK."
Rafimen will find it a convenient place to get r
freahmenu when fn Marietta The most fastid
ious at all times aatisned. ii. W. HECKKOTHB.
Marietta. Feb 2,"71-3mp.
LOOK AT THIS !
EOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Eieles and MitceUareofi Peeks; Sheet Moiie
fir Piano, Flute and Violin ;
Blank Atvount and Pass Bonks, ef every de
scription; Paper and Envelopes. French
pressed and plain: Pen-and Pencils;
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and
Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment
Brief; Legal can: Record cap and
Bill cap, ete..
Will be sold at Wholesale er Retail by
I A. OAULIN,
At the Pos office, on Market Street,
Mav 5. 158
II. F. BIGLER & CO.,
AND MANCrACTCRKRS OP
Tin and Sheet Iron Were,
OP ALL KI0. ALSO.
Baggsge Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying
Presses. Improved Money' Drawers, Ae.,
rou s ilk rv
II. F. lUGLEIl & CO.,
Dealers in Hard war,
March 16 J Clrarfield. Pjl (1870.
WOOD CHOPPERS' AXE,
fanufsctured expressly for the
for ss!e by
H. F. lit iLEK A CO.
. Manufactured from best charcoal tin.
Grooved and soldered on outside,
WARRANTED. 4 -
A: SO.G LASS FRUIT JARS,
for sale by
H. P. BI1LKR A CO.
J) IS TON, CROSS CUT.
AND CIRCULAR SAir.S.
Ad DISTOS'c SAWS or all kinds,
for sale by
n. P. BIGLER A CO
S UXQ UEHA NX. 4 .
NA TIOXA L .RAXGE. ift , fre.,
And all kinds of
. . On band and for sale by
H. F. BIGLER & CO.,
PINK and White Lining Ekr.s. and Roan Kfcinf
t H BIGLP.K A CO S.
rpiilMRI.E-SKElNS and Pipe boxes r Wae
X ns, for sale by H. F. BIG LKR A CO
TP.ny, IKON!! Best bar iron, for .ale at the
L store of Ii. F. BIGLER A CO.
STOVES rj: all rts and sires. eensttly en
band at II. F. BIGLER A CO S
CABLE CHAINS a good article. o band and
forsaleby n. F. BltiLKK A CO
HORSE-eHOES, and horae-naili. to be has
I. F. BIGLER A GO'S.
i . "" '
SA DELES, Brid'es. harness, collars A., for
! t H. P. BIGLER A Q'J'S.
, . - m .
GITNS, Pistols and word ear.es ta he had at
H F. B1GWK A CO K.
HARNESS. Trimmings, and, Sjoe-5ndirgs for
11. F. ijOLER A CO S.
. - "
OIL. T-aV f, Paints Glesaand ?ail for sste at
M.rch 70 H, . BIGLEk A CO'3.
VTEW LAMPS rallies House's Non Explo.
i. ive Lamp a sew artiele ju.t received and
f'" r sale by
HAKRI F. ElULlta A CO
The cnuersigned Baring recently added
to his former business, wtiald respectfully
solicit an e x.i agination ol his stock. Beits;
a practical Tailor he flatters himself
that he if able to offer a better
e!ai oT resdy-m.1e work
than has heretofore been
brought to this mar-,
Any one wishing to Vajt goods in Aim lino'
would save money by calling at his store,
ard Disking their aehKtions. Also,
a, full supply of Gents 'furnishing
goods always on hand.
Feeling thankful forpat favors he would re.
spectfully solicit a eontlaasnce of the.
April 23, 1S69. H. BRIDGK.
TWO THE LATHES. A circular for mar
ried or single ladies, containing desiral.'e
information upon natters never beiore made pub
lie mailed free Those wbn wish to five it a care
ful perusal may address Mis FLIZABKTU
KIN'U. Williaoosburgh, New Vork,.
-March 1 , '71