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"CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 12, 17 L
t0Pa,t.o.-To inrete the fe tran.irisfion
monff by mail, patron should remit by check j
er 0:;?T-crier, or have iwit le.iers rcg.-ier -..
t will be enclosed in the first paper alter
uioiieyeo-r.es to ban:
?na' E. R. Wirjter Arrace'oerit.
u.:tr.'n ljTrtonen : : : 9.-15 a
Arrive' at 0-eola at :
" ClearSeM at ;
Va'.' Ir : in leare? Clearfield a
Arrives at Phiiipaburg at
Tyrone at :
Lock Haven at
: 11.15 a.m.
1 1 .41 a. m.
1 2 4u t m.
: 2 to P rn
3 40 p. .
4 0i p. m.
: 5. Si p. m
12 25 p. m
-.riearSeid ' : : : : : : 7.99 A.
j ,,,.-,. t P: 'linsbars at : : 9 P'J a. m
O.-eoiaat : : : 10.00 a.m.
' Intersection at : : 12 50 p.m.
E Tvrt.na at : : : 1 13 p m.
rw.!E.tT.r.n,'t: : t : : lOOuam.
rrives at Intersection at : : p.m.
O-ceo'aat : : : : 2 00 p. m,
Pbiiipfburg at .- : 3 40 p.m.
Clearfield ut : : 6 59 p.m.
C'-ie nn-ln reaie at Tyrone with trains
( lit end We?: on the Maine Line.
IIemoioi."-. T".vine H;rviecs will Le held
r-v": Sahi.ath, in Clearfield, as follow?:
At Uev. Hail, in St. Andrew's Episcopal
, ': '::'(?!.. at 1 1 A. M. a" 1 M. Sonday
,j it 3 P. M. l'rayor meeting every
y-r ':!.eday evening :-t 7 o c!ocit.
I ,,!.,r in ll.l Tr,-.Vtfi IIH P h'lrcll.
y - I'rr.-r ni-jiiiin; every Wednesday ;
:.r rt T o :k. j
; - ;;. r. J. H. -d Cord, in thi? :.Iorhrdit
.','' " m.,rnir.ir and evening. Sabhat.i 1
..,1 at '.' A. 1. i'raver meeting, every j
rl.iv at V. M. Communion services j
: .-tit '.it!; of every month at 10 A M j
,- K,v. Mr. Skinner, in ' jl1 !
.h, morning and evening, alternately.
J - .
To tae Eeabiicar.:. j
? m-.tjli rs of the flrpublican County i
.. ;.,-.( 6r, reo'iested to meet in the ;
ct C'.T.rf:!d. cn Tuesday the ;
f !:-. at -J o'-l..ck. P. M., fjr tb.r
: i f t'.r-etiDff a rk?r.re-entative. an2
' . riegate to the State Con- j
t'1 he held at IlarrtsbtiT? on th ;
av i Jin-.-. All other members
ar:y are re.'r-eotfu'iV invited t. attrn 1
1 . 1 1 . . 1 1 uitAi ,
r.'l. C2. C!i5i--fi"'t Co. Corn.
Mr. Josepb At;;in rrman. of
i- ; ;u-e, l.fid his Jeft snki. s-,ra:oed, one
' !.it week, whila engac-d in tearing
r-r. t'.ii? ,;!d lH'r.lup liou-e. Ui is about
M.'TtK I ';t".i"vl!IIn'TS. V.'e f. that
Dvler, Young !; Co., are bui! ling
aHi'inu t- their machine shop, in
piae, prepara'ory to an increase in tlie
v rL.:n capacity of the eitabuahuttat.
Flight rir.r Th o! 1 br.il ling n Ma
I -t stn-ei, known as thi "'..li Jew Store."
cti-i n--w o np:cd by a .bt-.-cotit, took 6 re
' Fri :iy ritunsri?, !t tr.f-an of sparks f-i!
f. U Was fT. iti;::rl
n a:ei .n tat
r wjs- con 2.
I '.'l '.V. f V. .L
p.M;.-n:- 1 a
l-'i.g'.h arid v:
O irfrk ni ".lack John-. ;
he 'd:;," h w? r-'i-y day
.-re .-'vera! tine i
ten inct.es m
Oi-r fitirKi.tn The Trrore lleroll j
vs. the number of La e 1 cars brought off 1
Tvr :; an I Cieu: 5-' l road rltirin .
r,-!. cf M,r h. ti CITS or an average
; n .-ver s
d-! the large
.,. .1,r rctd vrs opoued.
3 ;rtv mi'e branch.
t ,-.--,i Tije ti se" nny pr
i-iii ;;? Lne evt "nigs, an-'i u,n (
te tif.nl him. j-sst W3:ic to th i
r in::!, in ;hiS ..-rht-rn end of the
ar.d ba k. an 1 if y-i don't meet
i- p-'rrs n'ju' i:i !is. y.u liallwtter
, ; -!..:!. That board walk mikes
The feT nn isna!
diVs t f last w -ek. br oiihl quite a
'- ot our yotin.? ladies out in their new ;
r h it-. T'ao'JsIt
amaitt is not yet !
t:, 1, -.-; are ; they are so?i:i.-:Hns after
.-' (f the "sundown" of Ja-t reason '
-l ie and serviceable, r. well as orna- j
IviiT.r.T!. (Jn Tuesday njnr.nin.ir as a Mr. j
i--e IUvhard-, was passim; aloria Market '
:. riding one h "irse and leadintr another, ; N. .. desires ns to inform the people of
... i,.,rn upon which he sat stumbled and ; Clearfield and vieinity that he has pernia
". thrt'Wiotr Mr. U. forward and under j I entiy locate 1 anion? them, for the purpose
ii.-.re, while the second horse stumbled j of y rietUini; his profession. The Doctor
1 ! ei! over the fir-t. Assistance being j will be in readiness? to attend to all proles
- ': -. Mr. R. was relieved (rem his per- ' sional calls, either night or day. Iiis office
; -irj: !- .(. ).y rollimr the horse off him. is on Reed street, south side, between the
. s.vwhat i.iijred. bnt to what ex- j Kai'.roa I and Second street, here he may
'Tta;n. Time will tell.
N Oi.l, ClT!7
rt-M ter,( p . sou-
on .Sat:j.-.'.-.y, April :h.
.- 1 74 years. 11 m onai- an i S d:iys.
1: 1 was amonjr thi first settlers ir
t-'wr-hip, iiavins locate 1 t'.iie in
He wae an indti'trions and hard-
hone-t and frugal, an
y ;11 vho knew him. His death is
:i. ivw i y his relatives and fi ieiiJs.
-. 'I sf I Tit riate to tne oj?:t:on, was;
; - n L-d in the Lutheran church in this
on futility morning at eleven o eloeK.
r -ervices his remnins we-.-e conveyed to
r-nitcry, on tho O.vju's f.trm, where
v were interel with great solemnity. A
j."i ectneottrse of people wa-tin attendance.
V'iix IT Pay? The su'C"ssu! operation
' f a large machine shop, a planing uiilhan 1
a steam tannery in tnis place, tl- ar'y detn
' -nitrates that manufacturing establishments
only way t build up a town or city is to
-.-ec: within its limits manufactories of va
rl us kinds. The more varied thei.-eharac;
tr. the better for all concerned. R. sides;
-i increase in minuficturing establishcients
r. eL-sariiy tarings an increase in population,
'"j. a eonsc'jueoee, increases every other
"'n 1 of business, and industry, and enhances
t tie value of real estate. We hope our cap--.i-u.s-j
-rti c:?e this subject the considers
t; n its importaaca demands, and that soon
e -ha'.i see raanufaetaring establishments
7 '-igliig up all aroani us. Ix will pat '
! Monet Drawer Robbed. About twen
ty five dollars was abstracted from a money
drawer in Hartswick it Irwin's Drue Store,
on Tuesday afternoon, April 4tb, by Fome
ligbt-fineej-ed thief. Tee mystery is liow
the person managed to take the money with
out being discovered, the thelt Laving ''een
perpetrated during business hours, and evi
dently when the clerk was in tha stose.
I Suspicion? are entertained as to who took
tba money, and if it is retnrned withont
delay, no questions will be aked, but other
wise proceedings for its rsuvery wid Le in
stituted. Fire at Ccrwensville. About S
o'clock on Saturday evening, April 8th, a
houe near Curwensville, belonging to the
estate cf William Irvin. E-q., dee'd, nd
occupied by Mr. A, I-vio Thompson and
fattiily, wa discovered to be on fire. The
alarm was promptly tlven, but before as
sistance reached from town the fames bad
progressed so far as to reader resistance in
effectual. Such hou-" hold poods a,? were on
the lower finer and in the cellar were saved;
hut all effects, such as beds and Le-ldiri,
clothing, and a lot c-f meat in the second
story Were destroyed. The eaiise of the
fire is a mystery, having originated in t'ue
npper story, and fcprea 1 fo rapidly, that
Mrs. Thompson, with difficulty, and not
ej in saving her children, who were slecp-
;!t, on tjje second fijor at the time Mr.
T . .
Thonii.son ling abseut from home. Th
tmuily received all possible attention from
the neighbors, and. c-onsi )erin ail things,
Were (ltunate in escaping as well as ttW
did. in.ranee on the property. Mr',
J l.omp--on s loss is frfm $ i t) to $4)0. The
building was wth r.bout 1,600.
15 a ;rr r first -r ; uni jf'rfttfl
t 'l J'ot rath iuhs--utiit t n'ri ,
1'u.srto. I-Ve.-Ji e .oua J Lip.d Piasto
Krol,ir j.,u- - , ...
' 1 , -
fi.tisnEX making time has coin?, an 1 those
in want of carderiing i:i:p!e!i)er.ts of any
kind, canfiid a full assortment at II. F.
Bigler & Cj's.
5.iVi; pounds of Woo! wan'eJ at Kraizr-r
& Lytic s, opposite the Jail. . apo 4t. -
rABDEX Sked.s. lu-t received and for
sale c;t the I'rng Stars of Ilartswkk & Ir
win. ireh garden seeds, and mixed lawn
and white clover seed. -apr. U-Sr.
II. F. Rigler ti Co., have j-i-t received
.. an extensive and well as, -iru-d stock of 2h
in? tackle, consisting of rods, baskets, lines,
; horks, etc.. which will be disposed of to the
i "liis-iples of I-dio Walton" at reasonable
J'fad ' Reap!: At per-ons- interested
I vt hiving a p'? ni? ero-m 1 or driving park.
' a?e respeetfi ti'.t rfoue-tf 1 to m'-'t at t'se
"Sjvr House" on Fridav evening at 8
o'elor - k, whn the onvntttee Rpnointed at
a farmer tne-tina will offer their report on
th; s :' j--.-t.
1 rt i :i-trziTr.-i.il mier-
.:,'n d r.re prepare i to take any reasonable
r - 7 . . .. .
" - r;sRs m pooi an i rena'oe cotnpanies.
s - .ieh a the 'Tarmr-r's Matual," of York,
Fa.; 'Andes.'" of Cincinnati. Ohio; "Ger-
nimia." of N-?w York, and others. R jtes
reasonable ; and in cae of lo.s, money paid
j up promptly.
Irvtn & KttEjis.
EvETtv T:tAIN brings r.n addition to the
r.'i c-i lv 1 true ari 1 well
en'-ral UirLvar nt I! F. P.ialor A
on ."s j.' i!! ! street. 15 lil fers. meMnn
-a Idler, sh.-:ai-.iker, f irmer, house
ers. rr !.' 1 ". t-le can Ka arr.-ini-
wl'h a-iy artie'e that m iv be need
ri by them, tijols, tho be-t in the mar
kot. Prices mod irate. Call and see.
To FnMF.?.s and Ornz&s For several
years pa-r. many fruit tree- have been in-
j ire iby ""bcrers." and fJi ant, gnoslKrrty.
ro-e bushes, etc., de'troye i.y creen worm.
A remedy for these pe-ts has been discover-
ered. They can be destroyed without injury I
to trees or bu-hes. r or farther information
apply to Nathaniel RUhel, near thi. place,
who is a sent fr Clearfield JJoroatrh and
Ir?. F. Platto, formerly of ?yrr:euse.
be found night and day, when not engaged !
e':sevhe:e. March 8, lsTl.tf
Fil. M.u-kerel, Lake Ilerrin?. Col
Fish. Arc, at Kratzer A Ly tie's, opposite
the J ail.
NE'il-ECTED TlIHOAT AND Lr.VO f'iSEA-
.iiini te.e ch.in:
ib:c seasons o
and winter when Cou;h" an! Colds are so
prevalent, no person should be without some
reliable preparation for their cure. They
sh o:ld recollect that a neglected Couh or
Cold re.juent'v terminates in Consumption.
.,..', y,7 Syrup of T-ir is the
lesc and most reliable arriele known for the
ctir? of Co!ih-i, Col Is, II'-ar.-ene, Sore
Throat, A;thnn. Chronic Catarrhs, and all
di-eaesof the Throat and Lure. No fam- !
i'y should be without ir. It is; no private
"f-jua k"" preparaiion : on the contrary, it is
! res -ribe l by some of the most eminent
physicians in the country. Price 50 cents.
1 For sale by Ilartswix-k k Irwin. CiearSeld ;
! rt T-.:.. ' . l r
Feb. 22-1 2l
Calcined Plaster. Kratzer & Lytle
keep French, Richards & Co's Calcined
Plaster. Opposite JaiL
On Thursday, March 3)ih. 1S7I, bv Rev
W. M. BurchSeld, Mr. A. Milton Kirk,
of Lumber city, and Mis Bertie J. Port,
of Ciarion county.
rRIED FRUIT, at reduced prices, at
XS "lay iz.na
rnllK hfghestaarkpt prices paid frr Shiniles j
X by J SHAWASOS. '
G LOS IK r QUOTATIONS of Government Secu
rities at i. T. iiradv h. C No. 6 Wood c.t.
Pitubargh, 51 arc i IS. 1871.
1 V'i IK'i
U9k 1 Ut
C. S. 131.
V S. 5-20'a. ISfll,
V. S. 5-ii) . 1 f,i.
V. S 5-2.. Is-5,
5-20 . Jsnuary A Jnly. 1S63,
5-2u', January A July. lf7,
Union Psciae P.ilroil.
Central Paciuc Railroad,
I hev.by s
To nil ichom it may ancrrn :
eive notice to any fcnd all per
sons. tDat i win mt pay a certain rtijlt. given
by me to E II. Wiisoo. lor the sum of One Hun
dred and Fifty-five Dollars, payable ninety days
after dale, aaid note being daied the t5tb day ot
March. A. I)., 1S71, and being rayable at the
Clearfield County Back, I having received no cfln
March 29 -St. Z C. M CCLLOIjOH.
A DM I X ISTR ATO U'S NOTICE. Iet
ter. of administration on the estate of
Jacob Stme. late of Uirarl township, dee'd,
having been granted to the undersigned, no
tice is hereby given fist all person i indebted to
lid estate are requeued to make immediate pay
ment, and thore bavio claims aeaisst the ame
S'iil present them, properlv antbenticated, lor
settlement to. ALEX AXDLlt WISER.
Apnl 5. lsl-Rt Administrator.
pXECUTOnS NOTICE. Letters Tes
-1-4 tainetitarv on the estate of Rebecca
Iav3. late of Penn township, deeajed. having
been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby,
giren tb.it all persons indebted to said estate are
required to m ;i immediate payment, and tsose
having c' ltuif aaint tbe same will present them,
properly acthecticated for wttlemen to
ELTs.1 A DAVIS,
Mar.l5.1S71-6t p. Liecotors
A UDITOR'S .NOTICE. In the matter
of the estate ot Theodore Pdoples, de
ceased. Tbe nnderigned auditor, having been appoin
Ud U make diairibqtion cf the balance in the
hinds of John Owens, Administrator of aaid es
tate to and among the person legally entitled
th-ret. will attend to the duties of the arniint
ment at the office of .f"E. McEnally, q..io '-"lear-f.tld
cn Tuely, April ISth. H7l.'at2 o'clock. T,
M . when SLd where d!l ier-n intere5t?l mav
afend CtRUS GOKION'.
Mjirch5. 1S7I. Auditor.
CDITOF'. S NOTICE In the matf r
-- of the estato'.if Christian Eineijh, de-cea-d
Tba on'ler.irr.c-l. auditrr. having been appoin
ted to make distribution of the balance in the
( bands of Edward 1'etk?. one cf the executors f f
s.-.M es'nte. Vt anI smoo; the persons letrallyen
tit'ec? thereto will 't-nd to the dofies of hi ap
pointment at the offi-e of J. It MEr.allv. K-q ,
in C!cart!'d. on Wedr.ea-lsv. ADril lMth."l7l. at
2 o'clock. P. M., when and where all terons in- j
terf'-ea mtv attend. CYtiU.5 U"KU'..
.March 2' 1871. Auditor.
ORMAL INSTITUTE. The " Fibh
. . w o T -in iani
i-'iL ij t; i iia wru fircur A l ilrulu CtlTJ UV u I I
a. cheap as mywhere in the cunny. Teachers
fboul J hria- all ibetr oltl Tex h'yoks.
p. 5 -It ii. SNTUKU- Co Snpt.
FARM' FOR SALE!
Containing 2S acres, in a good state of cultiva
tion, situate in Pike township, about fD rods from
Logans' Grist Mill, on the Turnpike leading from
Clearfield to Carwensville. There is a story and
a half house, a stable and other outbuilding
erected therein. There is also a spring of good
water and a young orchard on the premises.
Any per-on devring a good small T.ARM and
HOME, Fill find this a very desirable location.
For farther rirticalars inquire of RACHAEL
CALDWELL, on the premises, or address
T. W. FLEMISH,
Marsh 20 :t Curwensville, Ta.
JIats and Caps
TIIE PLACE TO GET
HATS AND CAPS,
1 BOOTS AND SHOES, .
i Fullerton's Xcw Store,
OXE DOOR XORTU OF
1 Ae" -iaOniC UUliUlHg,
Ike iargeit stock of goods in tfcis line ever
brought intfl the county, is now open fjr the
inspection cf the publie.. and will be sold
Very Loivest Cash Prices.
;.o. a splendid assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
A large stock of
CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS,
which will be disposed of at astonishingly
A share of patronage is respectfully solicited .
TX"T FAIL TO CALL.
I. B. Ft LLERTOX.
Ebccxd St., Bclow Makiet. Clearfilp, Pa.
JAS. T. BRADY & CO.,
Successors to S. Jona ir Ce.J
C0R5ER FOURTH AND WOOD STREET.,
B A X.K E R S,
arr axd sell aij. kiii or
Gold, Silver and Coupons.
Pit per cent, interest allowed on deposits aa'as
jeet to chock.
Money leaned on Government Bonds
Bonds registered free of charge.
July 1. 13T0-ly. JAMES T. BRADT A CO.
(formerly M Gaughey's.)
Restaurant and Ice Cream Saloon,
IS LEAVT'S SEW BOLDIJJG,
Second St., Clearfield, Ta.
Constantly kept en hand a fine eleetioa af
Candies. Cigars. Tobacco. JlotJ, it.
Also Freh Oysters, received daily, and
served ip in any style, to suit tba
taste of customers.
A full stock of goods jat received from the East.
f&Biliard Saloon in Second Story.
lee. 14- 70 1 V. R M PriERSQX.
Misses Ryiitler & Lanicli.
Wa have just received and opened a fall and com
plete io'k cf
Lrdie1 Pre? Cap-, G rover and Biker
Sewing t-tcbinc?, both Elastic
. snd IiOck Stitch, and a very
beautiful assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER FISH AND
The goods ar, all j.-t new aid a share of p"ut!i.
On TT find
AXD CHECK FOLIO PAPERS.
AND STATEMENT PAPERS.
CRYSTAL. ENAMELED. AND
BRISTOL BOARD. CHINA
CMM0X Rr5IXE?3 CARD',
OF VARIOUS SflADES AND COLORS
AX A550RTMJKXT OF
FJR DRUiaiST"? LABELS,
PRINTED TO ORDER,
on short notice,
AND AT CITY PRICES.
Land and Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, PICKETS.
II. II. SI1ILLINGF0RD, rresident,
OJir For f st Tlie, 125 S. 4lh St , PLil'a.
JNO. L.WYSIIE, Gen'I Sup't,
Otcola Mtti, CUarfi'U Connty, Pa.
Mohanncii Land and Lumber Co.,
Oiler Inducements to
Mosliannon Land and Lumber Co.,
Offer LOTS in tbe Borough of Osceola
and vicinity forsale. Terms easy.
Apply at tbe Office of tlie Co.
JOHN LAWSIIE, Gen'I Sup't.
January 15. 1S71-
R E M 0 V A L.
II ARTS WICK & III WIN,
Market Clearfield, Pa.
We beg leave to inform onr old and new custo
mers, that we have removed oar establUhmeut to
the new building just erected on Market street,
nearly adjoining the Mansion House on the west,
and opposite Graham 4: Sons' store, wbere we re
spectfully invite the public fi corns and bu their
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI-
CIXS.UILS. PAINTS AND VARNISHES,
Our stock of Drus and Medicicesconaist oi evtry
thing used, selected with tbe greatest care, and
WARRAXTED STRICTLY PIRE'.
We also keep aiull stock of Dyes Perfumeries
Toilet artictes.Soaps. Tooth Brushes. Hair I;ruh
es. Whitewash Pruahes. and every other kind of
Brushes. We have a la' ge let of
White Lead Turpentine,
Flaxseed Oil. Paints, and in fact everything used
in the painting bnsiness. which we offer at City
prices to cash uuyers.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
Confectionery. Spices, and the largest stock of va
rieties everoSered in this place, and warranted
to be of the best the market aff ord
J. 1. H AKT5WICK.
Deo. 2. 1R. . JOHN P. IRWIN.
P. T. I.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A Pure. Pleasant. Safe and P.elieble Tonic . com
poonJed from freb and choice herbs ar.d pos
itively pure spirit, free from fu-il oil. or
, , other irritating properties, and will
not disagree or effsad the most
delicate stomach. Warrant
ed to contain more med
icinal virtae than any
litters at presort offered to tin pablis.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL
To increase the Appetite to promote Digestion
to care Dyspepsia to cur T ei er nr:d -Ague to
cure K:l!r.nr.es4 to cure Cosri;erion hi core
Obronie Diatrhea to cure Flatolen'e to care
Acid Kructaiions to cure Nervous Lebilitv to
cure Hypochondria tr. eure Shallowness o'f the
Complexion to cure Pimples anit Blotches to
cure iieneral Di;i:itj atd Trostration of the
IT HAS XO EQUAL.
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
SC-L1 EVERT WHERE, AT 51 PlMtBOTTLr.
A lih'ril disronnt to the trrtdt.
mirrrrrEo EXCi.rsivELT ar
A. I. S II A W,
Dealer in Brnc?. 5!?-licinei. Cbcmica!?, Pye
fctae'. nils. Pa'tnt. Varnishes. Ac.. Patent
Medicines. Pure Wines and Liquors for
medical purposes. Fancy and Toilet
Articles, aid all goods usually
kept in a Drug Store, sold v
Having employed Ii. D. Fnyder a gradnaate in
Pharmacy who speaks both Lng!i?li and Ger
man, the undersigned feels no fat sitancy in sry ittg
tnat enstomerscan rely upon having the prescrip
tions properly put up. A.I. eHAW.
Feb 2:5 IsM.
A Male and Female High School.
Each Department Distivct aid Couplets; is
The Third Session of tbe present Scholastic
T tUr, pr tbl I rrS,tl Uf l..n . VMMMMUvwd WM
the loth day of February, 1971
Pupils can enter at any time Tbey will be
charged with tuition from tbe time they enter to
the close of the session. -Theeonrst
of instruction embraces everything
included in a thnrongh. practical and accomplish
ed education of both SJ-Zes
TERMS OF TUITION:
Orthography. Reading. Penmanship, Primary
Arithmetic. Primary Geography and Tencil
Drawing, per session, (1 1 week). 55 00
Grammar. Local and Descriptive Oeography. Map
Drawing. His'ory, Mental and Written Arith
metic, and Pencil Drawing. 5? CH
Algebra. Geometry, Tr!g"jnomtry . Mensuration,
purveyin', Natural end Moral Philosophy. Ge
olegy Physielogy. Chemistry. Rhetoric-. Pby.ei
cal Geography, Book keeping Botany, and Pen
cil Drawing. ti (Ml
Latin, Greek and French, with any cf the above
Pearl or Oriental Painting, 21 lessnna.
Monochromatic Tainting, 2 lesons,
Crayon Drawing. 24 lerjnn-,
Fancy Hair Work, 21 'essons.
Instrumental Mu?ic. 30 lessons.
i No deduction will be made for absence.
ITS'" Student, from a distance can be accom
modated with boarding at low rates
13?" Any one. not a member ot the School, can
receive private instructions in any ef the orna
For further parn'cuJars inquire cf, or address,
Rsv. P. L. HARRISOS, A. x.
March 15. 1371. Principal.
Corner of Second St. and Hill Road.
R. MITCHELL .
d place, an entire new stock of Spring
and Summer Geeds. which he will
sell very cheap for eaih.
His '. eonsisu of
Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware,
Qaeensware. Hoots and Shoes. Bats and
Caps. Ready cade Clothing, etc. He also keeps
choice Flour, Com Meal, Chop feet?,
Bacon. Fish and d.ied Fruits.
Fersocs desirous of purchasing goods at fair
rates are respectfully requested te
jive him a call.
Approved country produce will he taken, at
the highest price. in exchangef or goods.
Clearfield. June 17, 1563.
"" .PERFECTION IN
C AN T HO OKS!
The Clearfield Excelsior Cantfcook will net wear
out or break, being constructed with one solid
band from clip to point. .
It is pronounced by all practical Lumbermen
who have examined it to ba the most perfect cant
hock ever invented.
Amos' Kennard. Patentee. AH orders promptly
AMOS KENNARD i CO.,
Kv J3. Ciearfield, Pa, 1-Tf .
White Lead. Zine Paitt, Linseed Oil. Turpentine
Tarnishes of all kinds, Colors, in oil and
dry. Paint and Varnish brushes,
"ii ARTS WICK k JRWin.
Ciearfield.Pa -M ,'6.
PROPOSALS to BRIDGE BUILDERS
Sealed proposals will be received by the unde--rigned
Committee, st Curwensville, until Satur
day, the 15th day of April next, for the erection
of a covered bridge, of 150f ot spas, srtws the
Susquehanna Kivor, at Bloom's fording, shuut
midway between Curwensville and Lumberri'y.
Said bridge to be similar in construction to the
one across the month cf Anderson's creek. Sep
erate bids will be considered f.r eicavation. stone
and masonry per.perch. square and sawed lumber
per foot or thousand, for carpentry and black
amitbicg, or fr the whole, ii.cluding matcial
and labor. Ample security will be requi-ed of
the contractor for tbe completion ef the bridge id
a workmanlike manner
ZACHARIAH M SAIL,
HENRY HI I.E.
R. S. HUMPHREY.
Mar. 22 '7I-4t. Committee.
gELLING OFF at COST for CAS II !
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
F UttXIT UR E
EVER OFFERED INCLEARFIELD !
Af THE STEAM CABINET SHOP,
CORNER MARKET A"D FIFTH STREETS.
The undersigned would announce to the public
that he has on hand ar.d is now ofTsriug. cheap
lorea.h.the largest stoek. of. furniture eter in
store in this eouuty consisting nf
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR EUIT3,
SECRETARIES, DOOK CASES,
SPRING r.EDS AND M ATTRESSES.
PLAIN k MARBLE TOP TABLES A BURSALS,
' CANr SET AND COMMON CHAIRS,
PICIUKE FRAMES. Cf F D3 AND
He also mannfj-tures and keeps on haf!? Tat
ent Sp ing Eels. the t e?t ever invented . N o fam
ily should be without them. At.'V kind of goojs
not on hand can be had on short notice Uphol
stering and repairing neatly executed.
COFFiNS, of a'lsfies.can be had on a ba'.f-hnurs'
notice, and at tbe lowest prices A deduction
of 20 percent, made f trcasa
METALLIC CASF.S. or Rosewood, Welrnt and
Cherry Ccffins. with ptissor wood top-s. furnish
ed ojj five hours' notice.
Perrtnal attendance wi:h hearae. nn funeral oc
casions, and carriage furnished when desired
Thanking the public for past favors, and by
strict pcr-unal attention to busine.-s. I hope to
reteivr a continuance of the same.
Remember the place the Steam Cabicet Shop,
corner of Market and Fifth .Streets.
T. S. KILL IX.
MILDER & POWELL,
Wiiotr.'ile anil Jlrtjil D'-ilm tn a!! luids f
Dry Goods, Eoota acd Shoes, Bats and Caps. No
liens. Groceries Hardware Uueen.ware.Wood
and Wi How waxe. Flour. Bacin, Fish, Salt,
Ac , Market St , CleirEeld, Pa.
FOR THE LADIES
They have BennetvSilks, Cobu'gs. A'paear, Me
rinos. Wool Delair.e.. Lustres, Ginghams. Prints.
Poplins, Lawrs. Sunshad.-s, Handkerehiefs. Kid
and other Gloves, Iloiscry. P.almorals. and a gen
eral variety" f Rihb.ns. TriiTmirig;, Buttons,
Br-iJs, etc., at the lowest prices.
Tbey have Black ar.d T-loeClotha, Plack and Fan
cy Ca-simeres, Sattinet's, Tweeds. Meltons.Wa:cr
prnof Cloth. Siik. Satin and common Vctings ee .
in great variety, and at j rices that will give gen
eral satisfaction to buyers.
A general assortment of Ready-made Clothirs
Hats ani Caps Boots and Shoes. Hardware and
Qoeessware, Wood and Willowware, and a full
stock ef Groceries
MILLER A POWELL :i all articles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country aiore
anl hence 'lie people generally will find it to
their advantage to buy goods of them.
GRAIN AND COUNTRY PRODUCE taten
exchange for goods.
February 15, lS7I-tf.
MARBLE andSTONE YARD.
Mr.s. S. S. Liddei.l,
Having engaged in th Marble buine- desires
to intorui ber f riends. and the public, that fie has
new and will keel cons'antlv en hand a iarsp and
well selected stock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLE, and is prepared to farnifh to orJer
TOMBSTONES. BOX AND CRADLTS
CURBS and POSTS far CE METER Y IX) TS
WINDOW SILIS AND CAPS.
BUREAU, TABLE AND WASH STAND
Yard on Reed Street, near the De-ot.C!earSeld,
pa. May 4. Is70
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At th New Tobaeeo and Cigar Store of
R, IT. S II A W,
Two doors east of th Pou,5c. Cltarfie'.d. Fa,
Constantly on hand a nne assortment of favy,
Congress CavendWs, Cab!, Spanroll,
Kiehism and Century Fine-cut
Chewing Tobicoo, .
Also, a Urge and well selected stock of Imported
and liomestie Cigars. Smoking Tobaccos,
Meerschaum and Briar Pipes,
Pipe fixtures,. Totaceo
Boxes. Cigar Hold era. and everything genere
f..und In a 1 regulated Cigar
rid Tobacco Store-
iy Remember th place: Two dosrs txst of
th Fowtt--. Clearaeid. Pa. Aug 21 '7.
in the United States is en Kinek' Sons' Faetery,
Easton. Pa.. oh third of a mil long and is
READY ROOFTXa . .
CHEAP, DURABLE and easily applied. . Somd
for eirec'ar and samples to tbe manufacturers.
ready roofing co.
June 1-ap. 13. y. KP. S- Ceurtlana Si. S. T
X E W F i R M !
The 8rm of C Kratter in the Dry Goads awet
',,v""" oBtineas wm be Known bereafter under
J the nam of
KRATZER k LYTLE.
Tharking tbe public for past favors tby hop
for a continuance of the sac.
BRANDIES and HOLLAND GINS.
PURE OLD GRAPE BRA NDIES,
PURE OLD CABINET WHISKEY..
OLD GRAPE WINES,
All the aoove brands warranted pure and to
excel anything in this market for mejlcinal car
' 'ITd Prop r of Shaw Hon.
TOST BRANCH RESTAURANT
Ladies' Oyster Saloon;
OatBCOSD ST.-BCtOW HArXCT,
Constantly kept rn hand a elctd assortment
of Candies. Ndts. Cigars. Tobaeoo. ie. Alaofrerl)
"ysters received daily, and for sal by th dosoa
or hundred. J. M MACOMBER..
NEW MARBLE WORKS.
Opposite the Jail..
CLE A KFIELD. PKNNA..
Mocnments. Grecian Tombs, French Couch,
Mxiitles Tab, Tope. Washing Ranges, Uarden
Statuary. Terra Ctis Ware, of ever description.
Head and Ft Stones, of New and beautiful de-
ir.s, all of which we ofTcr at city price, or 24
pereei-.r lea than any otrer establishment in this
ccantv. Having a large experience ia tb buai
ne, we guara-.tee aa:i.-fai:an in all cans Or
ders tnanvfoily rc-eivtd and promptly filled" ia
the bet workmanlike manner. - - -
? A. GIBSON.
May 11. 1570 -tf ' Javis Watso-i. Agent. -
M I LLWR I G II TIN G;
II. T. Faiinsworth,'
Would inform Mill owners, and those desiroo
of having M ills built, that he i" prepared to build
and lepair ei;her Circular or Muley. Saw Mills,
and Gritt Mills aftar the latest iwf-reved patterns.
He has alio fvr rale an improved Water Wheel,
which he eruarantcef to sive satisfaction in rerari
o power and speed His motto i. to do work aa
a to give perfect sa:ifaction. T hose wishing fur
ther information wilt be promptly answ.ered by
addressitg him at Clearfield, CieareLd county.
Pa. Write yoor name aci address plain.
April 2o. Is7t'-Iy.
Th undersigned have purchased the right
ot Clearfield county far Enoch Farnsworih a
Stamp Extractor, patented June 7th. 1S70. IhU
is decidedly the most convenient, most durable,
and best machine of the day. Wet weather wil.
not effect it, th working p.-.rt being all of ironl
JO macpjne n easily set up, anl will work any.
p lac thai can be plowed. We will sell machines
at a small profit nn ejst. and will try to make it
tohe advantage of farmers to buy them. W
solicit orders from thoM wantirg machines.
li. T. fAK.VSWoRTH,
J B. GAP.RIS'.'N,
GEO. It. HAT.Tj. Agent. Curweni-ville. Pa.
. i f.u i, i i . -
NEW MEAT MARKET;
The undersigned har opened a Meat Markat
in the room formerly occupied by Alex Irtixi. on
Market Street. Clearfield. Pa . adjoining Mosaop'e,
where they Intrnd to keep a full supply of
All Kinds of Meat,
Fruit arid Vegetables,
and at prices to salt the times Their shep fit
b open regularly, on Tuesday. Thursdav . and
Saturday, atjd meat delivered at anv pait. X
share of public patronag is respectfully tjit-ited.
Aug 31, 70 tf E. W. BROWN.
AZso continue to deal in all kinds f lmprev
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
I would respectfully announce to eitii-ns of
Clearfield and vicinity.thst I have removed to tb
new Maneonie building, first door below tbe Man
sion Jliiu. os Second atreet. with an enure cew
ol the 1tteet styles ar.d of the best finish, selected
with cere. I will have an asaurt'oent of ail. the
iatest novelties in jewelry, Ae Tbankfal foryaur
past liberal patronage 1 hup. by strict attention
to fca-ine to merit a rail D-it f the arm,
nrilAIK JfcWLLKY MADE TO OKDLti.. . .
March IAH7C--J. 8. 1. SNYDER. .
THE NEW FAMILY SEWING MA
BOWERY EMPIIlE BOWERT
Tbe extraordinary suecesa of their ne -and
improved manuf.ioturing Machine, for light- or
bravy work, has induced the EMPIRE SEWINii
M ACHINE CO tomanufacture a new Family Ma.
chine of 'he same s;yle and cjrwtrnctiqn, "with
additional ornamentation, racking it equl in
beauty and fini-h with o'her Family Machines,
whereas in usefulness it far outstrips all conpet
itors. The price of thi now acknowledged nee
e.-ary article comes witbin reach of everT claaa,
and the Company is prepared lo ofTer , th most
liberal indm-ementd to buyers. dealers and gents
Every Machine warrnte-l. Applv fer circulars
nd fatr.ples to EMPIRE SEV(,N.s JtACHINK
COMPANY. Ne. 2?4 Bowery, Nw Ycrk."
Stone and Earthenware of every description.
Fishers' Patent Airtight Self-sealing Fruit Cans.
BUTTER CROCKS WITH I JDS, PICKLE
auJ APPLE BUTTER CROCKS . CREAM
AND MILK 'SROCKS. STEW POTS,
FLO WER PO TS. PIE DISHES, and
a good mary other things too numer
ous to mention, at th
5 TO SE-WARE POTTER Y Of
Corner of Cherrv and Thiid Street.
Acg S, '70-tf.
I have this day assc -lated with m ia tb aur
eantile busines my ttther Robert Reed, and fb
business will be continued sudor th firm Bam
of ' Reed Brothers.' We will continue to mak
the Pry Goods and No'ion basines a '-speciality,
and all th newest fabric and lat-sat novelties ia
tbe market will be kept n hand. Th Rraneh
Star in Curwentville will be continued, whtrs
will be found as ohoic a line of goods as at th
main etor in Clearfield. New Spring Goods will
be on hand about th i:ub of March.
Clearfield. March 1.1 -171. Market Jjtrewt.
Tbe bonk aecoantsof Wai. Reel will be pr-jtnp tp,
!y and imm4illy tatt!J. W k.
March 8, 71. ,