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TlEARFIELD, FA., APRIL 5, 1871.
p.TBOs To insura the safe transmission
."M. bT mail, patrooi should remit by check
r money-order. ot thetr ,et,e" re8istere,d'
"rf.e pt .ill be enclosed in the first paper after
ooey comes to hand:
Penn'a R. E. "Winter Arraneemrat.
lTr"in leaves Tyrone at : : :
Arrives at Osceola at : :
- Phiiipstmrg at
Clearfield ut :
Mail Inin leaves Clearfield a :
Arrives at Philipsburg at
Osceola at : :
Tyrone at :
Lock Haven at
11.40 a. m.
12 40 p.m.
2.40 p m
3 40 p. m.
4 00 p. m.
f.35 p. m
12 2jp. m
leaves Clear'ield at : : : : : :
Arrive, at Philipsburg at :
7.00 A. at
t 00 a. ra
10 00 a. m.
: 12 50 p. m.
: 1 13 p.m.
10 00 a m.
: 1 03 p. la.
: 2 00 p. m,
: 3 40 p. a.
Osceola at ;
. Tyrone at :
U,aiEaJt Tyrone at : : :
Arrives at Intersection at
Osceola at :
Clearfield at :
i 50 p. m.
Cl ..-conn ections made at Tyrone with trains
Fast and West on the Maine Line.
KILIGIOUS. Divine Fcrvices will be beld
next Sabbath, m uearneia, as iono;
By Uev Hail, in St. Andrew's Episcopal
cLu.eh, at 11 A- M. a'fJ 1 V- M. . Sunday
.ool at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening at ', 'o'clock.
Bv R-v. B itler.in the Presbyterian church,
m .'rnir.sani evening. Sabaath school at
2 1'. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
venine at 7 o'clock.
By Kev. J- H. M'Cord, in the Methodist
ehnroh. mornin2 and evening. Sabbath
Vliool at 'J A. M- Prayer meeting, every
ThurJav at 7, P. M. Communion services
F;rt Sabbath of every month at 10 i A. M.
i;. Rev. Mr. Skinner, in the Baptist
church, morning and evening, alternately
To the Republicans.
The members of the Republican County
('juiuiittee are refjaested to meet in the
Court House, at Clearfield, ou Tuesday the
:M Jay of May, at 2 o'clock, P. M., for ibe
j uri i fe i f electing a Representative, and
2o a Senatorial, delegate to the State Con-M-niion.
to be held at Harri.slurg on the
K:h day of May. All other members of
il.e party are respectfully invited to attend.
T. II. Mi RR.tr,
March 22. Chairman Co. Com.
The mails in this county are, just now,
in sdiu.'ralle condition foi .'raveling by
A MAN named John McDonald, fiom
Jent's Itun, Elk county, was drowned at
Muney dam, on Friday. March 24th.
Rain. S.uiie rain fell here on Monday,
1 ut r.p to ihe hojr of going to press (Tues
day neon) thf waters have not raised enough
to make a rafting 9.od iu the river.
Court. The June tenu of ou? Courts
viiilfgin on ihe first Monday. 5th day.
All parties interested will bear this fact in
Tiiind. We will publish the list of Jurors
The cu d saying, it' "March couies in
like a lamb, it will go"ut like a lion,'' and
r'ce rfwi. was nrtt veriSed this year the
firt day of March being trsrui and sun shiny,
end the Jnst day the same. The first day of
April, however, ratue in with a balf grown
Hons 'Ell Ix. The trouting season is
lirre ; and, we suppoe, ere four months
itl.e duration of the season) have parsed
away, the usual Urge number ot (be '"speck -!
Ibe.i'i::.-" will be '"caught on the fly."
i-i -.Lis seeiiuii. Who will Lring in the first
V.'c had a ?a!l of several inches !
?a:i::;!ar. is tnis recion
',r U thi rP";,,n ti. h r:
ravs oi U.a .o. it was -ii
r. --ipateJ. however. Whether this will
the la-t den.onstfation of Ol 1 Boreas,"
soi0:i, dep'onetM tai".t not ; but it is to
lo lupc-1 that it was.
n iliEA. He un.Krstjnl tnat me 1
t.mi.-sioncrs have furni-h?d the ?Tcal !
I ..rJs ot township Auditors, w::h blank
f-rms for Supervisors" orders, so as to es
fib!!-h a nniformily in the issuing of such
The idea is a good one; and the
( inii:ir.-i iners nre e!it"kd to the thanks of j
immediately concerned, for the inter' !
-t manifested in thojr behalf, by furnish
ir.c a convenient and proper form for orders.
An"thfr Yetf.rax Goxe. It become?
ur duty to announce this week the death
! Mr. Ilaniel SpacLman, at his residence
:n I.'.-vrence township, on Sunday, March
-"tli. l;71. aged l4 year? and 6 months.
Mr. Spackman was, with perhaps oue ex-
-i-titn. the oldest resident in this county,
wa- biirhly respected by all who knew
r.ltLi : auu his demise is deeply monrced by
1 hrpt circle of relatives and friends. Le:
l-'-n rc.-t in peace.
!vv;r,i -! ov.nt. We see l v th
Fa Ci;v .Iwmal, that our old friend, M. I
A Frar.li, lv., ot that plaee, has bcenap-1
nt to the Eastern ani Middle !
's'.-.-, by the State Board of Immigration. I
' ' ' Nt.Lra.-ka. We congialulate Mr. Frank
fti-Lis aj pointmcnt; ana as he is passes-
fv i of eoii.-idcrabl
le -go-ahead ativcuess."
ill be active in his exer-
w'- presume be w
t'"iis iu inducing emigration tJ'his adopted
hc-u.e a:iJ Siatc. Vu wi.-h him success iu
To SUI'KRVISORS AND OVERSEERS.
e se by the last Republican, that fre
I tent application is made to the Commis
sioners, by Supervisors and Overseer, for
copies ot the adjust el assessment, under
the impression that the Commissioners are
la doty bound to furnish them copies. This
i? a mistake. The Assessors, however, are
directed by law to famish such copies to the
re-ictive boards of Supervisors and Over
ers of Poor, and assist them in making
out their duplicates ; while the Commis
s:o:ers are to furnish School Directors,
npjn application, copies of the latest ad
justed1 valuation, which wiH .be done on or
aout the middle of May. In all cases
wbera the Assessors have tailed to furnish
the SupervisDrs and Overseers with the
requisite copies of their assessments, they
can make copies for their own ue from
lixc furnished to the School Directors.
T&i is their only remedy. All should re
The Children' Hour, for April, cornea J
to us with the usaal variety of interesting
literature and beautiful engravings for chil
dren. Price, $1.25 a year. T.S.Arthur
& Sons, publishers, Philadelphia.
The Lady's Friend. This popular
monthly, has uiadi its appearance for ApriL
It continues to grow better,' ss it grows in
years. . Deacon & Peterson', publishers,
Philadelphia. Price $2.50 a year.
Lit of Retailers. The list of Retail
ers of Foreign and Domestic merchandise,
appears in to-day's JOURNAL, which will
te of special interest to those immediately
concerned. An appeal will be held on the
1st day of May, at the Commissioners' of
fice, in Clearfield.
Boots and Shoes. The advertisement
of Mr. D. R. Fullerton, appears in our col
umns to-day. Iiis stock of Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Carpets, Oil Cloth, etc., is now
full and complete, which will be sold at very
low prices. Reg. is a clever and accommo
dating business man, and will do Lis best to
please all who may favor him' with their
custom. Give him a call.
Godey, for April, is received, and con
tains its usual varied and extensive budget
of fashion plates, fancy patterns and highly
entertaining literature. This magazine is
the great favorite of the ladies, and main
tains its popularity with them. It is the
oldest ladies' magazine published in the
country, aud age seems only to add to its
worth. Price $3 a year. L. A. Godey,
publisher, Philadelphia, Vs.
To Stop Bleedixg. It is said that
bleeding from a wound, cn a man or Least,
may be stopped by a mixture of wheat flour
and common salt, in equal parts, bound on
with a cloth. If the bleeding be profuse,
use a large quantity, say from one to three
pints. It may be left on for hours, even'
dajs, if necessary. The person who gave
us this receipt says that, in this manner, Le
saved a horse which was bleeding from a
wounded artery. The bleeding ceased iu
five minutes after the application.
List of Letters remaining unclaimed ia
the Post OffiS, at Clearfield. Pa., Apr?!
lit, 171 :
I S r.rooks, .
.Mis:i lllio McKinney,
V. C. CVder,
W. 11 Curts
W H Chain bcrlin, (2)
Abe! liicki&son. (2)
lis Sa-p.e Eckley,
A. J Ellij.
James C. Giluure,
Miw ja.an Galaspa,
Will R. Howard.
y.iss Mary Hrwick.
Miss F. Wash barker.
Jume C. J ?'jbs,
Gearys M iller.
jO core Potter,
I.Mrs Rate liicharJi,
i Albert iiiter.
XeiUoa S: irs.
;Mi Sarah E. Sitme, (2)
10. JJ. StraaH,
Win. H. uickland,
Mrs. K-bcc-a Wekb,
K O. WiUon.
special and gTowl
JVfiff instrfH rtudcr thi hradiHg an follow :
15 ctitt a liut for first insertion ; and i tini$ a
hit for each fttbuiqnfnl i axrrtion.
Get your Beys' flats at Fullertoa's.'
New Hair goods
received this week at
Plaster. Fresh g.oaud Ltnl Piaster at
Kratzer & Lytle's, opposite the Jail.
The Spring terta of Miss Swan's fchool
ujeus ou Monday, April 10. h. Sse adver-
1- I". Vs.tfTo, formerly of Syracuse,
- - 1 . , leaii CS Us l.J lli.orill luC pcupiO Oi
t icai iielJ aiiU vicinity tnat he has peraia
i cntiy iocatud aitatig thum, for the purpue
of pr'iciiaiiig his prffssian. The Doctor
u i I in ir.v t.i ..frti 1 til u)i rrnti,.
sionJicalls'hcrmghtordav. His ofnoo'
is on I'eed street, south si Jo, beteen the
liaiiroau and .eecnd street, where DC may
be found night an J day, when not engaged
March 8, ISTl.tf
Silk Hats, latest Spring styles, at D. R.
Ladies' rTew Straw goods received this
wecfc at cej Brothers.
A stvr stock of Cigars' and Tobacco at
It. II. Shaw"
5.000 pounds of Wool wanted at Kratrcr
& Lytle's, opposite the Jail. apO 4t.
Insurance. Life and Fire insurance is
becoming more popular every day in all
pans of the country. Those cVsifing poli
cies are referred to the advertisement of Mr.
Fulford which appears in the Journal to
day. Mr. Fulford represents a number of
the best companies in the country, and per-s-iu
are advised to insure with him in pref
erence to going abroad, or with (raveling
au,s' a s-ctmty against Leine imposed
opon by irresponsible and worthless comps-
"cs- -tor particulars see aavertisemcnu
Nf.'K Ties, the very latest styles, at D.
A large assortment
this week at Koed Errothe
Fitrtt. Mackerel, Lake Herring, Coi
Hsh, &c, at Kratzer k. Lytle's, opposite
Neglected Tukoat and Lung Disea
ses. During the changeable seasons of fall
and winter when Coj?hi an 1 Colds aie so
prevalent, no person should be without some
reliable preparation for their cute. They
shoold recollect that a neglected Corrgh or
Cold frequently terminates in Consumption.
Haont Compound S.'rup of Tar is the
besi and most reliable article known for the
cure of Coughs, Cotds, Hoarseness, Sore
Throat, Asthma, Chrome Catarrhs, and all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs. No fam
ily should be without it. It is no private
"quack" preparation ; on the contrary, it is
prescribed by ome of the most eminent
physicians in the country. Price iO cents.
For sale by Hartswick k Irwin, Ciearfield ;
Joseph R. Irwin, Curwensville, and Drug
gists everywhere. Feb. 22-12L
Calcined Plaster. Kratzer k Lytle
keep French, Richards fc Co' Calcined
Plaster. Opposite Jail.
. Ladies' and genu' Satchels, at D. R.
Arthurs' II osie Magazine. The April
number ot this excellent and entertaining
monthly has reached ui. . It is well filled
with choice literature, fashion engravings,
and patterns for fancy'knick-knacks. Price
$2.50 a year. Address T. S. Arthuri Sons,
CLOSING QUOTATIONS of Government Secu
rities, at J. T. Brady A Co's, No. (19 Wood St.
Pittsburgh, March 13. 1871.
Gold, 1101 lilt
U. S. 6'alSSl. 113 1131
U 8. 5-20 s. 18(13, 113i 1I2
U. S. 5-20's. 1S64, HOr 1101
U.S &-20's. 1865, 110 llflf
J.S 10-40", 107 107
5-20's, January A Jaly, 1S65, 119 1 1 f
5-20's. January A Jnly. 1S67, 1191 11SJ
5-20's. January A Jaly. 1053, 119i lli
Union Pacific Railroad, 87
Central PajiSa Railroad, 924-
Cy. Pacifies. 10
Clearfield Eetail Markets,
CORRECTED WEEKLY BT B. MtJSSOP-
Apples. dried, lb, 10 I Hay, ton,
Apples, green, bu, 65 Hams. lb.
Apnlebutter, gal, 1 00 ) Shoulder, 'lb,
Butter, lb. 3i
Beef, fresh, lb, 10
xSecf, dried, lb, 25
Buckwheat, bu,' 1 0U
Buckwheat floor. lb 4
Beans, bu, 2 50
Boards, per M, 14 00
Corn, shelled, 1 00
" ears, 50
" meal, t bO
Chop. rye. 2 50
' nixed: S SO
Cheese, lb. 25
Cherries. Ib, 13
Chickens. dressed lb. 15
Flour, bbl, 7 50
Pork, mess, bbl, 33 00
Potatoes, ba, B0
Plaster, bol. 3 50
Peaches, drid, lb. l3
Rye. bu. 25
Kags, lb. 3
Salt, per sack, 3 50
Miin;jles, lS in. 5 00
Shingles 23 in, 12 Oo
Timothy seed, ba, S 00
Wheat, ba, I 60
Wool, lb, 40
ffOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Thwfollc'win pVopafty, eitnate in tKe town of
Bnrnaide, is offered for sale. Two lots, each St)
foet front and ISO feet deep, having thereon a
good two-story frame house, with cellar all fine
ished, and a good, and a never failing spring of-
water. These lots are situate on the corner of
Main and Second streets, in said town.
Also one other lot. opposite the above two,
and aUo on the corner of Main and Second streets.
SO feet front and i60 feet deep, haviiig thereon a
large frame bouse, calculated for a store or shop
of nny kind, it being 40 by 20 feet ol two sto
ries b'igb : also( a large frame barn 35 by 54 fet.
These properties have a good situation in the
town for any kind of business and the lots are
gtod and will be told on reasonable terms For
fujtbet p.uticulars enquire ot the subscriber on
March 22.'7l-1t. SAMUEL REED.
EW SPRING gTOCKl
J. SHAW k SOX.
Hire just returned from the east and are cow
opening an entire new stock of goods in the room
formerly occupied by Win. P. Irwii, on Market
Street, which they new offer to the puSlie at the
lowest cash priceg'.
Their stock consists of a general assortment ef
Dry Goods, Groceries, Qoeensware. Hardware,
Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Botnets, Dress GoeJs,
Fruits. Candies. Fish, Salt, Brooms, Nails, etc.,
in fact, everything usually kept ia a retail store
can be had by calling at this store, er will be
Their stock is well selected, and consists of Ibe
newest goods, is of the best qaaliiy, ef the latest
styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for cash,
or exchanged for approved eonatry produce.
Be sure and call and examine oar stock before
making your purchases, as we are determined
"lease all who may faver us with their custom.
May, IS". J. SHAW A SON.
F.EED T.FED HEED . REED
Brothers Brothers Brothers
" REED BROTHERS,
D REED REED
Are receiving tbis we:k a large and attractive
FANCY DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, WHITE GOODS, kc,
to which the attention of buy en is invited.
gPLEXDID PLAID DRESS GOODS,
25 and 30 cents.
SPLEXPID BLACK ALPACA,
25 and 30 cents.
EPLEFDID SUMMER SHAWLS,
$2 CO, $2.50 and S3 00.
SPLENDID LACE POINTS,
$4.00 and 4 50.
SPLtSDID LINEN DAMASK,
45. 5(1 A CO cts. per yard.
ELE'JANT MARSEILLES QUILTS,
12 00 and S2 50.
75 cts., ST cu., Si. 00 and $125 per doxen.
12l and 15i cents each.
10 and 12jccnl3
l5, 23, Ij and 31 cents per yard.
i, 7. 8 and 10 cents per J art.
MUSLIN. YARD WIDE,
8 cents yer yard.
HAIR GOODS IX GREAT VARIETY.
CURLS, 35 cents BEST SWITCHES, 20 cents.
ITEW CHIGNONS. VERY CHEAP.
NEW M1LLLXERY GOODS !
5ew Spring Styles of
HATS AND BONNETS!
The choicest line' of FLOWERS in the market.
StXDOWXS, in great variety.
Sew Styles LADIES COATS, Ac, Ac ,
And thousands of other things of which we wonld
like to tell yon but for the act of time, being
too busy selling gootfr.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL !
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
BUTTER, EGGS, WOOL, and aU marketable
produce takca. . March 15, 71.
DRTWn.S the cheapest ta the county.
May 21, '7. MSrOP 5,
gANKING nOCSE OF
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.,
Focbth Avsxra in Wood Streets.
Financial Agents o: the United States.
Having been annointed by the Government.
Agents for the placing of tbe New Loan, we are
now ready to receive subscriptions for 'be Funded
Loan of IsSO. lsoi and 1900. cither in Coin or Uni
ted Slates Bonds known as 5-20's. On Bonds sent
us by express we allow freight.
Mar. 15,'71-lm. JAa T. BRADY A CO.
M E N s'
TOUT H S'
Th undnigned hav-cj recMtlj ad dad
. te his former business, wonld respectfully
solicit n examination, ol his stock. Being
a practical Tailor he flatters himself
that be is able to offer a better
class of ready-made work
than has heretofore been
brought to this mar
ket. Any one wishing to buy goods in this line
wonld save money by calling at his store,
and making tbeir selections. Also,
a full supply of (lents'furnishing .,
goods always on hand. "
Feeling thankful fur put fators. he would re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the
April 23, 1869. H. BRIDGE.
. L. REED
6. r. BOOT
: NOTICE. V W.BETTS.
CLEARFiELD PLANING MILI
IIsjses. HOOP, WEAVER A CO., Proprietors,
would respectfully inform the citizens ef the
eesnfy that they hare completely refilled and
supplied their PLAMNQ MILL, in tli is Ecroagh
with tbe best and latest irtproTed
"WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
and are now prepared to execute all erders ia
their line of bnsitess. such as
Sash, Doors, Bands, Brackets, and
Moldings, of all Kinds.
They bare a large s:ock of dry lumber en band.
and will pay cash for clear stuff, one-ar.d-a-bal
inch i pannel plank preferred (Nov ,'67.
H. F. BKiLEU & CO.,
II A It I) Y A it-E,
A.IO MAMFACTLHKRJ or
Tin and Sheet -Tron Warai,
OF ALL El-NDY. ALSO,
Baggage Etrrows, tVarebouse Trucks. Copying
Presses. Improved Money'Drawers, Ae.,
rax sale ur
II. F. BIGLEIl & CO.,
Dairf in Hardware,
March 15 j -iCLtAK field. Pa. (187a.
THE CLEARFIELD .
WOOD CHOPPERS' AXE,
Manufactured expressly for the
CLEAR VIE LD TRADE,
for sale by
H. F. BI'iLKK A CO.
FRUIT CAN ,
Manufactured from best chsreoal Us,
Grooved and soldered on ouuido,
a:jso,glass FRUIT JARS,
for sale by
H. F. 31 j LET. A CO.
. SAWS! SAWS!!
Dsro.v, CROSS CUT,
AND CIRCULAR SAW!?.
And DISTON'S SAWS of all kinds,
. :"or sale by
H. F. B1GLEK A CO.
SPEAR S CALORIFIC,
GO V. PE.XX.
XA TIOXAL RAXGE, tre , 4s ,
Ard all kinds of
On hand and for sale by
H. T. BIGLER &.CO.,
PlSK acd W hite Lining Skins, and Reap 6kins
at .. H. BI LER A CO S.
THIMBLE-SKE?.NS and Pipe-boxes t r W:
ens, for sale by H. T. BIGLER A CO
IRON. IRON !! Best bar iron, for sale at the
lore of H. F. BIGLER A CO.
STOVES of all sorts acd sises. eencactl? en
Tiand at HF. BIGLER A C0'3
CABLE CHAIXS a good article, on hand acd
foraaleby H F. BIGLER A CO
HOUSE-SHOES, and horse-nails, tn be bad at
V. F. BIGLER A CO S.
SADDLES, Bridies, harness collars Ae . fcr
sale at H. F. BIGLER A CD'S.
GUNS. Pistols and rsrord cares to be had at
H F. BIGLER A CO S.
HARNESS. Trimmings, and Shoe-finding- for
aale at . H. F. BIGLEU A CO'S.
"VlL. Putty. Parnu Glass and Sails, for sale at
W JiarcQ 0
H F. BIGLER A CO S.
VTEW LAMPS. Perkins A House's Nea-Exprc- j
i3l Lamp aew article just reoetved and
f?i sale by HAKRY F. BIGLER A CO.
HOUSE AND LOT
at Private Sale.
Tn tt.A wil1acr nf Wiftiam'a 'firrtva ' Rirrlpr
Station. Tyrone aad Clearfield Railroad.., House,
irsme. i:xzi teet, and z stories in aeignt, witn
kitchen attached; frame office, 16x24 feet, suita
ble for a store room ; and also . a ifable on the
property. Lot contains about half an acre. For
terms. Ac app'y to Dr. F. R. head, Kylertowa,
Pa , or the undersigned.
March 8, 1870 -5tp. Clearfield, Pa.
Y ALU ABLE FARM FOR SALE TE
property known as the -Wheatland Farm," in
Uuelich township. Clearfield county, Pa., and be
longing to tho estate of Lisle McCully. late of
said township, deceased. Said farm is bounded
ty lands of Joseph Mcuollougb. u w. MoCuily,
Flynn A Co., and others, and contains one hun
dred and fifty acres, more or less, one hundred
acres of which is eieared and in a good stats of
cultivation, aud the balance it in timber. The
improvements are two food dwelling houses, a
good bank barn, wagon abed spring house, car
riage house, and other necessary outbuildings.
There are twe bearing orchards on the premises,
and abundance or pure water from never failing
springs, ef nveniently located The property is
convenient to churches and schools, and within a
half mile of the lice of theOivcola and Pusey ville
railroad. The land for fertility and p-oductive-
nesa is not surpassed in tbe county, and is also
underlaid with several valuable coal veins. For
further information inquire of G W. McCully,
Smith's Mills. Clearfield county, Pa , acd who
may be found adjoining said farm, and will take
pleasure in snowing the premises 'and statitg
terms to those wisbin a to purchase.
it. W .Med bLl.
March 1, '71-t. Frecutors.
P. T. I.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.-
A Pure. Pleasant, Safe acd KeliableTonic.com
pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos
itively pure spirits, free from fusil eil. er
eiher irritating properties, acd will
nvt duagree or offend tbe most
delicate stomach. Warrsnt
. ed to contain more m-d-iciu&l
virtue than any
bitters at present offered to the public.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL.
Te increase te Appetite to promote Digestion
to cure Dyspepsia to cure Fe cr acd Ague to
cure Biliousness to cure Coniirtatif.n to cure
Chronic Diarrhea to cure Flatulence !o cure
Ae'ul Kructaiions to cure Nervous Debility to
cure Hypochondria tc. cure Sallownpsg of the
Complexion to cure Pimples and Blotches to
cure General Debility and Proilration of the
IT HAS XO EQUAL.
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
SOLD EVERYWHEF.E, AT SI PER BOTTLE.
A librai discount to tht trade.
atCFACTTEEO EXCLrSlTELT IT
A. I. S II A W,
Dealer tn Drues. Mciicines, Chemicals. Dye
Stuffs. Oils, Paints, Varuishes. Ac, i'ateni
Medicines. Pure Wines pnd Liquors for
Cedical purposes. Fancy and Toilet
Articles, and all goods usually
kept ta a Drug Store, sold
Having employed K.D.Snyder agraduaate in
Pharmacy who speaks both English and Ger
man, the undersigned feels no htsitaney in saying
that customers can rely upon having the prescrip
tiucs properly put up. A. I. SUAW.
Feb 23. 170.
Splendid lOceut Calicoes.
Liebt Citlicows, Delaines,
Plt'dt. Whirling checks.
Percales. Black f-i!ks,
Japanese Silks. Sil k Poplins,
Black Alpacas, Velveteens.
Sbaw.ie, Table Linens,
li-jvs' Cassimcres. Ac.
Eet Paris Kid Gloves, Blue A Green Kid Gloves,
Hoisery, Srk Gloves.
Lace Collars, Hair Switches,
Chignons, Hair Nets,
Corsets, Hoop ckiris,
Trimmed Hats, Ribbons and Millinery Goods.
Unequaled tfirX of Ladies' and Childrens' hoes
sua Gaiters. Mens French Kip and Calf Boots,
Caif and Lasting Gaiters.
2,000 pieces Wall Paper, from 6 cts to SI per boll.
Caryers,, Floor Oil Cloths, Window Shade, best
ft hite Granite Tea Ware. Glafs Ware, Tible
Knives and i orks.
Choice Teas and Coffee and other Groceries. Dried j
Fruit. P..k Prnr.. PI....!., r-.n.-l !
Peaches, Tomatoes, Corn, Pickles, Ac.
The above, with an immense stock of other goodi.
have been bought at the lowest ca prices,
anl are offered at very low rates.
COME ANB EXAMINE THZM. WHETHER YOU
BUY OR NOT.
J . M . KRATZER,
Formerly C. Kratzer A- Son-),
Next door to H. F. Bigler A Co., 2"i Street,
CLEARFIELD ACADEMY !
A Mole and Female. High School.
Each DriPABTif est IMstisc ajid Complete is
Tee TLi.'d Session of the present Scholastic
year, of this Institution, commenced on Monday,
the 13lh day'of February, 1871
Pupils can enter at any tfiie. They will be
charged with tuition from tbe time they enter to
tbe close of tbe session.
The coarse of instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical and axomplUh
ed education of both sexss
TERMS OF TUITION:
Orthography. Reading, Penmanship, Primary
Arithmetic, Primary Geography and Pencil
Drawicg, per session, (11 weeks), Si CO
Gram raarLoeaf and Descriptive Geography, Mcs
Drawing. History, Mental an4 Written Arith
metic, and Pencil Drawing. " 5 00
Algebra, Geometry,-Trigonometry. Mensuration,
Surveying Natural and Moral Philosophy, Ge
ology. Physiology, Chemistry, Rhetoric, Physi
eal Geography, Book keeping- Botany, and Pen
cil Drawing, S9 00
Latin, Greek and French, with any of the above
branches, S12 00
Pearl or Oriental Painting, 21 lessons, I? 0
Monochromatic Painting, 24 lesions, 13 00
Crayon Drawing, 24 lessen , ; 1 8 CO
Fancy Hair Work, 24 lessons. (. ... 12 00
Tapestry, ..... 8 00
Instrumental Muvre. ? lessons. - 10 00
C7 No deduction will be made for absence.
t e" Students, from a distance can be accorn
modated with boarding at low rates.
nS"" Any one, not a member ot th SfchooL can
receive private instructions in vSj ef the orna
For furtier particulars icquire of, or address,
.- , VL HABRI?03;a-.
March IS, 1371.; Priwrfpal.
T A M E S II . PARR Lv It.
ASO SEALER I
- - Baeoa, Lard. Sugar Cured Hams, Tssef, aa4
Cincinnati Lard Oil,
ho. 309 Liberty Street.
Mar. 15-4t PITTSBURGH. PA.
PROPOSALS to BRIDGE BUILDERS
Sealed proposals will be received by the under
signed Committee, at Curwensville, until Satur
day, the litb day of April next, for tbe erection
of a covered bridge, of 150 foot . pan. across tbe
Susquehanna Rivor. at Bloom's fording, about
midway between Curwensville and Lumber-city.
Said bridge to be similar in construction to the
one across tbe mouth of Anderson's creek. Sep
er,.ite bids will be conrlderel for eaeavatien. stone
aad masorlry per perch. sqnare and sawed lumber
per foot or thousand, for carpentry and black
smithing, or for l5o whole, including material
and labor. Ample security will be required of
ine contractor lor tne completion et tae Drugs :o
a workmanlike manner .-
R. S. HUMPHREY.
Mar. 22,,71-4t Committee.
TOE FIRST OF THE SEASON !
THE CHEAPEST IN THIS MARKET !
BUY! BUY!! BUY!!!
KRATZER & LYTLE,
Your Dry Goods. Your Groceries,
Your Hardware, Your Qoeensware,
Your Notions, Your Boots A Shoes,
Tour Leather, Your Shoe Findings,
Your Flour anl Fish,
Your Bacon and Feed,
Tour Carpet Chains,
Your Hrts and Caps,
Your Wall Papeis,
Your Oilc'oths. Your Carpets,
Your Window Curtains.
SALT! SALT!! SALT!!!
at wholesale to cone try merchant.
OILis, PAINTS, GLASS. Ac,
A liberal discount to beilders.
Everytb'tng that yon need can be bad at great
advantage to the buyer at
KRATZER A LYTLE'S,
Mar 22.-71. Clearfield, Pa .op. thejail.
ELLING OFF at COST for CASH !
THE LARGEST STOCK OP
FUR XI TUBE
EVER OFFERED IN CLEARFIELD !
AT THE STEAM CABINET SHOP,
CORNER MARKET AND FIFTH STREET
The undersigned would announce to tbe pnblie
that be bas on band and is now offiricg cheap
tor cab, tbe largest stock of furniture ever in
store in this county, consisting of
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SUITS,
SECRETARIES. BOOK CASES,
SPRING BEDS AND MATTRESSES.
TLAIN A MARBLE TOP TABLES A BUREAUS,
CASE EEAT AND COMMON CHAIRS,
WIS DOW SHADES,
riCTUrtK FRAMES, CORDS AND
He a!o manufactures acd kep on hand Pat
ent Sping Beds, tbe test ever ii-.vented. No fam
ily should be without tbem. Ar.y kind of goous
not on band can be bad on short notice Uphul
stcring itud repairing neatly executed.
C FFINS. of all sises. can be had on s half-hours'
notice, and at the lowest price; A deduction
of 20 percent, made fur Casu
METALLIC CASES, or Rositrosd. Walnut and
Cherry "fiins. witb f"lsforwood tops; furnish
ed on five boors' notice.
Personal attenda&oe with hearse, on funeral oc
casions, and carriage. furnished when desired.
Thank:ng the pnblie fur past favors, and by
strict personal attcnttou to business. I hope lo
reteivr a continuance of the Same.
Remember the plrcett-e Steam Cabinet Shop',
corner of Mutfeetand Fifth Streets.
A. a. rowaLi.
JilLLER k POWELL,
Ir'AeAtstz-'r and Retail Desdm in all Iindt of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, No
tions, G rocertes .Hard wa re. Quee ut ware, Wood
Anl "R illowwaro, Flour, Bac n, Fish, bait,
Ac, Market St , Clearfield, Pa.
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets, Silks, Coburgs, Alpaca?, Me
rinoe. Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ginghams. Prints,
Poplins, La WES. Scnsbaies, Handkerchiefs. Kid
acd other Gloves, Hoisery, Balmorals, acd a gen
eral variety of Ribbons, Trircmicgs, Etutecs.
Braids, etc., at tbe lowest prices.
They bare Black and Blue Cloths, Black acd Fan
ey Caseimeres, Sattinetts, Jweeds. Meltons.Water
proof Clotb, 5i!k.Satin and common Veti ngs.etc .
in great variety, acd at prices tbat will give gen
eral satisfaction te buvers.
A general assortment of Ready -ii ads Clothing.
Hats and Caps Coots and Shoes. Hardware and
Queeasware, Wood acd Wiliorwvere, ana a full
stoek ef Groceries.
MILLER A POWELL sell all articl.r that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country store
anl hence the people generally will find it to,
tfcefr advantage to buy goods tf Item.
GRAIN AND CofcSTRY PRODUCE takes in
exchange for goods.
February 15, 1571 -tf. -
mHB highest market
prices paid for Shingles
J sill AW A SON.
DRIED FRUIT, at reduced prices, at
May 12,'. MOSCP 8
SW AIM'S PANACEA, Kennedy's Medieal Dis
eovery, Hembold s Bucha, fcake's Co4 Liver
OH;JvBe'saad Ayer's Medicines for sale bv
Jaa lO. HART3WICK A IRWly.
White Lead, Zinc Paint, Linseed OU. Turpentine
Tarnishes' of all kinds. Colors, in oil aad
fry. Paint aad Varnish brushes.
HARTS WICK A IRWTjr,
Clearfield. Pa -M .'6f .
LONGEST, R OQF
is tbe United Stales is an Mice it j foes' Factory,
Easion. Fa.. one third of a miie Ittj and iar
CHEAP, DUKABLK and easily applied'. Seed
for circular and samples to the manufacturers.
KEADr ROOrLNG CO,
June 1-ap. 1 J, y. No. 6 Ceurtlan ft S T
N E W F I R M I
The firm of C. EratreT in the Dry Goods and
Provision business will oe Known hereafter aader
the uame of
Thanking the pnblie for past favor tisy hope
for aeontinaanee of tbe. same.
Ciearfield, Feb. S. 171
BRANDIES nd JIOLLAXI) G.VS. r
. PURE OLD GRAPE BRANDIES.
PURE OLD CAHIXET WHISKEYS.
OLD GRAPE WIXES.
All the ab ov'e brands warrarted pure and to
excel anything in this market for medicinal pur
poses GEO. N. OOLBUKN,
Mare?! 30.'7Q-tf J Prop r of Shaw Honse.
WEST BRANCH RESTAURANT
Ladies' Oyster Saloon,
OS SECORB ST.. EELOW SIAKEET,'
CLBA KFTELD, PA.
Constantly kept i a hand a selected assortment
of Candies, Nuts. Cigars. Tobaeeo. Ae. Also fresh.
Oysters received daily, and for sale by the dosca
or hundred. J. M MACOMBER.
Oct. 12. TO. Proprietor.
NEW MARBLE WORKS.
Opposite the Jail.
CLE A K FIELD, PENN A.
Monuments. Grecian Tombs, French Cceschea,
M ulles. Table Tops. Washing Ranges, Garden
Statuary. Terra Cotta Ware, of every description.
Bead aod Foot Stores, of New and beautiful de
signs, all of which we offer at city prices, or iS
percent less than any caber establishment f4 tbrs
county. Having a large experience in tbe busi
ness, we guarantee satisfaction in all cases. Or
ders thankfully received and promptly filled in
tbe best workmanlike manner.
Miv 11. 1570 -tf James Watsos, Agent.
31 1 LLWR IGIITIN G.
II. T. Faksswortfi',
TTonld icferm Mill owners, and those desirous
of caving Dili's built, that he is prepared to build
and lepair eiider Circular er Muley Saw ill 11a,
and Gri't Mills after the latest improved patterns.
He has also for aale an improved Water Wheel,
which be guarantees to give satisfaction in re pari
to power and speed his motto is, to do work so
as to give perfeoteatfafnetion. Those wishing fur
ther information wil! be promptly answered by
addressing him at C'.earfelJ. Clearfield county.
ra. n rite your name and aJoroas plans.
April 2ii. l7o-ly.
W E A V I N G!
Mas. R. CALDWELLc .
Having engaged in tbe WEAVING BUSINESS,
at bar resi'iecea caar Logan's M.il. desires to in
form ber trietid: and the public, ttat abe bas now
end wijkeep constantly ou band, a well selected
slock ot COTTON. WouLEN and HEMP WaRPS.
aod is prepared te furnish to order Carpet ready
made, or warp acd wearing. Weaving of all
k indm done to or4er. If desired she can tarnish
eotuo warp of ail fciuds for linen or woolen fill
ing Wool and rags taken in exchange.
Address. Mas. R CALDWELL. .
Octl2,'0-!y. Curwensville. Fa
The oti'iers'yned have purchased tbe right
oi Cleaifleld county fr L'nceb Farnsworth'a
r-tuuip Extractor, pk'.ntc l June 7th. Is7. lhis
is decidedly tbe most eoi,ei,ier,t. most durable
and best machine of the dy Wet weather wil.'
pot effect ft. tbe working part being all of iron I
lue machine is easily set up. and will work any
place Ibatcan be pir.wed. V. e will sell macbiues
at a small profit ou ooft. and will try to make it
to the kdtantiijfe of farmers to buy them. Wa
solicit orJe.'S frira those wanting machines.
U. T. KAILNSWOKTBT,
J B. GARRISON,
GEO. H. HALL. Agent. Curensville, Pa.
CUarteldPa. (Julv 13.70.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
The undersigned have opened a Meat Market
in the room i orinerly occupied bv Alex Irvin.ea
Market Street. C!e:.rr: e!d Pa .adjoining Moatop's.
where they intend to keep a full "supply ot
All Kinds of Meat,
Frnit and Vegetables,
and at prices to suit tbe times. Tbeir sr-.ep will
be open regularly, on Tuesday. Thursday and"
Saturday and meat delivered at any poict. A
share of pnblie patrons is rspet(uU v se'.icitel.
41. J BRWN.
Aug 31,'70 tf. i tf . BROW".
Al.ro eor.ticce to deal fa aH kinds ef improv
ed Agricultural Im; lemautr
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
I would respectfully announce to eitiaen of
Clearfield and vicinity, that 1 have removed K the
new Mausor.ic builUing. first door belw tbe Han
rou House, on Second stract, with an eeirT new
nf the latest styles and of tbe best finish, se'ected
with care. I will have an assortment of all the
latent i-ovelties in jewelry, Ae Tbaukful for tout
past liberal patronage I hope by strict attention
to hu-inefs to merit a continuance ef the same,
ry H AIR JEWELRY MADE TO OKDER
Alarch l.laiO-tf. B. I. SNViiER.
FAMILY SEWI.NG MA-
The extraordinary success ot tbeir new aad!
improved mimufieturicg Machines Tor liht or
heavy work, bas induced tne EMPIRE SEWING
MACHINE C' tomanufacture a Dew Fau'lv-Ma
chine of the same style and eonsUuotM.. "with
""f? TJlcU comes wittin rea.-ii at ever elasa.
? "e Company -j, pr,pTei , off.r th, mwst
1' w ut buyers dealers and agents
i-very Machine warranted'. Apply for circulars
and samples, ta EMPIRE SEWING MACHINS
COJIPA:; ?, Jio. Bowery. N, York. -M-rca
auji,:,.u, ornameuiauon, mi'.iw it eqaal in
beauty and finish with other F.m.l, 5faiBe.,
whereas in usefulness it Ut ca stHps all compel-
CROCKS ! I'OTS ! CROCKS !
Stone acd Earthenware, of eiery deecrtptioa.
Fishers' latent Airtight Self-sealing Frt.it Cans.
BUTTtR CROCKS WITH LI OS. PICKLE
and APPLE BUTTEKCROCKS. CREAM
ASD MILK VROCKS.STEVT POTS,
FLOWER POTS. PIE DISHES, and
a good masy Other things too numer
ous to mention, at the
STOXE-1VARE POTTERY OF
Corner ef Cherry and Third Streets.
Aig S '71