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CLEARFIELD," FA. , APRIL 19, I871.
Ta Patross. To insure the safe transmission
-f money by mil, patrons should remit by check
ir uioDey-order, or have their letters registered.
. receipt will be enclosed in the first paper after
he money comes to band:
Penn' K. R. Winter Arrangement.
Mi:Trin leases Tyrone at : : : 9.35 am.
Arrives at Osceola at : : : : 11.15 a.m.
" Philipsburg at . : 1140 a. in:
" Clearfield nt : : : 1240p.ni.
ya; Tr tin leaves Clearfield a : : : 2.40 p m
Arrives at Philipsburg at : : 3 40 p. m.
0ceolaat : : : : 4. fill p. m.
Tyrone at ? : : : 6.3a p. m
Lock Haven at : : 12 25 p. m
LeivnClearueld at ; . : : : :
Arrives at Philipsburg at : :
Osceola at : : :
Interjection at :
" K. Tyrone at : :
DsavesEaJt Tyrone at : : : : :
Arrives at Intersection at : :
Osceola at : : :
Philipsburg at r :
Clearfield at : : :
7.00 a. k
9 00 a. m
10 00 a. m.
12 50 p. m.
1 13 p. m.
10.00 a in.
l.HS p. in.
: 2 00 p. m,
3 40 p. in.
5 50 p. m.
Clrxe connections made at Tyrone with trains
Kait and West on the Maine Line.
Religious. 1'ivine services will be held
BfXt Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows:
Jjv Kev. Ilail. in St. Andrew's Episcopal
chut'eh, at 1 1 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday
w )i,Mil at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening ut 7 o'clock.
lv ttv. Butler, in the Presbyterian church,
"riiin and evening. Sabaath school at
P. Ml Prayer meeting every Wednesday
evenin? at 7 o'clock.
By Ilev. J. 11. M'Cord, in the Methodist
c'.urch. niornintr and evening.- Sabbath
Hi.xil at D A. M. Prayer meeting, every
Thursday at 7i P. M. Communion services
Fir-t Sabbath of every month at lu A. I.
By Rev. Mr. Skinner, in the Baptist
church, morning and evening, alternately.
To the Republicans.
The members of the Republican County
Cotimiitfec arc requested to meet in the
Court House, at Clearfield, on Tuesday the
Jay of May, at 2 o'clock, P. M., for the
vurpose of electing a Representative, and
alio n Senatorial, delegate to the State Con
dition, to be held at Ilarrisburg on the
7th day of May. All other members of
t he partv are respect fullv invited to attend.
T. II. Murray,
Msicli 22. Chairman Co. Com.
Osceola is spreading itself some this
mnmer several new houses being i:i course
i f erection.
Noteworthy". Justices of the Peace
are required to have a fee bill put up in
tlicir offices, under a penalty of $10 and
t! juble the amount of fee. cbarced.
Wf. observed the other day that Mr. Mc
Rniilly has erected a new saw mill, on the
ground occupied by the one burnt last sum
mer. Ioing a heavy business the Moshanm n
branch railroad. While at Osceola on Ivi
lay last, a friend informed ns. that over one
hundred loaded cars were run off that branch !
UcMonED that another pajsencrer train j
is to be put on our r-al i'i a shirt ti'iie. I
This would be a great e-iiiconicn-ie to the 1
traveling public, and would, no i.'juut,p:ove I
ju'ufitsiblc to the company. j
Ice, about one-fourth of an inch i;i thick- i
tiess, was frozen ic crocks and other small J
vessels, on last Sunday and Mmday morn-
in's, in this place. Whether the fruit buds I
were injured by the cold "snap,'' we have
i.' t learned. j
Viv.r.. Oil Tuesday mornine. A "i :l l?th,
a i s rli lire occurred at the seliool house in
t!., upper end of the borough the rojl
': :ivinj ignited from soma sparks Tallin.; on
i: from the 3 le. A few backets of wa er
y-iJijel to exiing,i:h it. I5;:i:;o stuail.
Haex DrnNT. We lemn ihat (he Larn !
of Mr. (Jo!T. on the farm of the late Alfred !
l'cars il. in K!.k county, was uc.itio; ed by ;
f. eon Friday evening, April !4:h, iorr-tlier i
r!:L a lot of hay, grain, farming i!ieu.--i!s i
:i :d a bujrgy. The fire originated f.-oni the j
"p'e'.tin? of a lamp, while eitiiiji some hay
i "T the mow. !
P! HNFD. We arc informed that seven
1 nine set of new harness, between
t'uir and 5vc t.ins of chop, and all the luin
benni tool, etc., bclunzing to Messrs. J-in-i:
y it Harrows, at their camp on Dent's
l! in. were c.n-unied by lire, on Tuesday
zoning. April flth. The loss sustained is
""limited at about three thousand Uo'ia.
Pennsylvania Reserve Ascitiox.
The Tenth Anniversary of the Pennsylva
i l l Unserve Corps will be celebrated in Phil-
ii'l'liia. on Tuesday, the IGth of May,
pursuant, to a resolution adopted at
t!ie mepting or the State Association, at
1.. -k Haven, in l.70. The District Assoei
hi in Philadelphia have engn je 1 Horti
J iiitural Hall, on Broad Sireet, for the day
1 evcnii' of ths 16th. An oration will
le delivered by -Gen. Wellington II. Knt,
"t Columbia county, and a Banquet will be
en in the afternoDn, and a Grand Re un-
a liall in the eveuing. A cordial invita
t. in is extended to members of the old Pi
vi n throughout t lie State, to be present
on the occasion. Delegations intending to
I artieipate, will please report, in advance,
the number who will be present, to John II.
lagjjart, Secretary, Philadelphia, Pa. "
A St.iiiirT Fire. On Friday afternoon,
April 14th, we are informed, the wife of
Mr. A. Fleck, residing in a house on the
-:ir:n of Arehy II. Shaw, Ksq., about one
inile below this place, lifted some ashes in a
wooden vessel and set them on the outside
of the building. About nddnight, the fam
i'y were awakened from their slumbsrs by
the loud barking of their dog in the lower
room, when, to their dismay, they realized
the fact that the house was on fire, as the
room was filled with smoke almost to suffo
cation. The family made a hasty exit thro'
a window. A few buckets of water, how
ever, sufficed to quench the flames. Upon
examination it was found that the lower sill,
and the weather-boards nearly up to the sec
ond floor, were already pretty nearly burned
through. But for the timely alarm given
ty the dog, the family and house would
cave been consumed together. This was
rnly a narrow escape.and shou Id be a warn
ing to all to be more careful as L? where
they deposit ashes.
Lost a gold and jet sleeve button. The
finder will confer a favor by leav ing it at the
Several new houses are in course of 'erec
tion at Wallaeeton. Rather a brisk little
Nf.w Firm. We nee'.ecterl to notice ,tast
week, ths copartnership (Virtue! between
Fred Sacket and John G. Sehryvcr, in the
perioral hardware business, and the manu
facture of tinware. See advertisement for
Dceung the past week we noticed several
ptraw hats and white linen coats, on the
streets. We readily predicted aco!d"snap"
upon seeing a certain one of the latter, and
our anticipations were verified by the gene
ral use of overcoats on Sunday eve.
The Normal. We learn, that the Nor
mal Institute, which will open at Curvrens-
jvillo, on May 1st, under the supervision of
the County Superintendent, is likely to be
very largely attended. Live teachers will
not be sati.-Ged until they tand at the head
of their profession.
A Scgoe.tion. It is our purpose to
keen before the citizens of this place the
subject of manufacturing, and urce upon
lhe:n the necessity of doing something to
wards inducing the location of manufacto
ries at Clearfield. We have the water, the
material, the skill, the labor, and everything
else necessary to make such establishments
a success ; and our citizens may as well re
alize now, as at any future tirae, that in the
fosteting of manufactories lies the most di
rect, and, we may say, the only sure way of
building up our town, and adding to its
wealth and prosperity. The sale and car
rying away of all the merchandise needed
in a circuit of a few miles around us, will
add little to the general wealth of the place,
or disturb the silence which too often reigns
in our streets. It is the puffing of steam
engines, the whirr of machinery, the clatter
of hammers, and the general bustle and
noise of manufacturing establishments, that
gives lile and prosperity to a place, and at
tracts to it self-reliant, industrious and econ
omical men, with both money and brains.
Many of our citizens, no doubt, have no in
clination to engage in mechanical or manu
facturing pursuits themselves, yet they have
it in their power to greatly facilitate surh
movem'T.ts. They can offer favorable loca
tions at moderate rates ; onj they can club
together and offer a bonus in the way of
grounds upon which to build machine shops
and factories. Why not do it? What we
can give sho-ild be given toward the build
ing up of manufaetrries, and in this way
aid in building up the town. There is noth
ing Ifkc moving at the ritrht time. Xow in
tJo-. rifht timr ; and it behooves us to im
prove that time, lest we he compelled in the
future to mourn the opportunities gone
Grist Mill BcRvrn. On Tuesday,
April 12th, at about 4 P. M., the citizens
of ibis were st-irtlod by the loud shouts
of "lire." All sprung into the streets at
once, when it was ascertained that the large
four story frame irri.st mill of Messrs. (i. L.
llcc-l Sc Co., located on the river in the
Southern suburbs of the 1 irough, was en
fire. Everybody hastened to the set ne of
conflagration without delay, although it was
evident to all that the building could not be
saved, as there was a strmg wind prevailing
then. By i lie time our citizens reached the
mi!!, the whole ro:f and upper stories were
already envi! ped i:i tiauies, and in a com-
paratively few minutes the Gre ha 1 spread j
to the Ii-wer flours. The mil! bin i.ed so i
very rapidly, and created such an intense
neat as to tndanjer the steam saw mil! of
the Messrs. Biler, and the dwelling house
of Mr. Samu-'l Jordan, the miiiei- lue saw
mil! h,:iiia5 situated about forty feet distant,
an 1 the dwelling hou.-c ub.tut one hundred ;
and twenty feet, from the b ulling building. I
The heat was so intense as to roast the pitch j
out of the knits in the weather boartiing on j
the saw mill, and Nt on fire the tramway, I
used in conveying the lumber from the saw
iiiii! to the hoard yard. In fact, it was only i
by the tearing away of a great portion of
the trimway, and the free application of
water by those present, togeiher with the
favorable course of the wind, that the saw
mill and dwelling were rescued from the de
vouring element. Between four and five
hundred bushels of grain, belonging to va
rious persons in the neighborhood, were
consumed with the mill.
G reat credit is due to our citizens for their
promptness in responding to alarms of fire,
and especially for their herculean labors on
the present occasion many having had their
faces and bands pretty severely scorched in
their efforts to Btay the progress of the
We have heard no estimate of the loss
sustained, but, we presume, will not be less
than four or five thousand dollars. No.in
surance. An incident, which might have proved
fatal, occurred near the commencement of
the fire Mr. Harry F. Bigler, jumped on
a horse and rode at full speed to town for
the purpose of getting a lot of buckets. At
the upper end of Second street, he met Mr.
Isaiah Goodfellow, also riding at full speed.
By some unforsecn circumstance they at
tempted to pass each other by taking the
same side of the street, when they collided
knocking down both the horses, and throw
ing the riders to the ground with great
force. Mr. Bigler received a severe cut on
the leg. beside a nuniber of other bruises;
while Mr. Goodfellow had his face badly
bruised and his left knee cut. The only
wonder is that neither men nor horses were
At the reidenee of the bride's parents,
on April 4th. 1S71, by Rev. J. B. Emp
field, Mr. Samuel Sanpi.e and Miss Re becca
Frances McCoy, both of Beccaria
township, Clearfield county.
We tender the above cojple our warmest
congratulations upon their happy union, and
hope that they may be blessed with a full
measure of the joys and pleasures of this
life, and with an eternal inheritance in the
world to come.
On Tuesday, April 11th, 1STI, by D.
Dressier, Esq., Mr. A. W. Damov, of San
gerville. Me., and Miss Tillie Ssnser, of
Phiripsbuij;, Centre county, Pa.
At Lumber-city, on Wednesday, April 3.
1871, Mr. Robert Young, aged 47 years.
In Girard township on Saturday evening,
April 8th, 147 1 , after a lmuerinjf illness,
Mrs. Mary Murray, aged bo years 3
month and 28 days.
The deceased was "the daughter of Wil
liam and Elizabeth Ewing, and was born in
Huntingdon county on the 10th day of De
cember, 1790. Through her parents 6he
became familliar with the incidents of the
struggle for American Independence.-" The
Shaver's creek valley in which their home
was situated had also been frequently inva
ded and overrun by the hostile Indians. She
was married to John Murray of the same
county on the 14th day of January, 1807;
and came with her husband to this county
on the 7th day of -April, 1821, and settled
on the place where she lived up to the time
of her death. They had but three neigh
bors within several miles. Her husband
died January 21st, 1824, leaving her with
seven children, without any means except
her own industry her eldest son being in
his eleventh year to make a living in an
almost unbroken wilderness. When a prop
osition was made to her to pu t the children
out and return to her father's home, she
said, "No, they must not be separated ;"
then with her industry and perscverence,
which characterized her, and a firm reliance
upon God, she endured1 every privation and
surmounted all difficulties until her children
were able to assist her and provide for them
selves. Truly in her life was exemplified
that love for her children which none but a
mother can feel.
She was for many years a member of the
Presbyterian church, and a strict observer
of its ordinances. She ioved to read the
Bible, and its cheering truths, and precious
promises afforded her much comfort in, her
declining years. In her latest hours amid
great suffering she was enabled to put her
trust in her Redeemer; and look beyond
this conflict to the shores of eternal bliss
"where the weary are forever at rest."
Thanks be to God who giveth us the victo
ry through our Lord Jesus Christ;
special and Cocal
Tfotiees irrxerfi under this halin a follow :
15 trutx a hit, for first insertion; Qtti b cnl d
line fur each subsequent insertion.
TiieL atest. Good news generally pleas
es everybody, and who is not delighted upon
hearing of,the arrival of a stock of new
goods at the store where they arc- wont to
make purchase. And hence, Messrs.Thomp
son & Co., of Curwensville, would announce
that they have just received from New York
and Philadelphia a large and well selected
stock of choice Spring and Summer giods,
purchased at the lowest rates, and which
they are offering to customers at reduced
prices. All should call and make their se
lections while their stock is full and com
plete, otherwise they may fail to get the
best and most fashionable patterns. Be sure
and call at Thompson & Go's before purcha
sing elsewhere, as they feel assured they can
please in both quality and prices of goods.
Latest style trimmed hats and bonnets
Rf.cfivf.O a large stock of Straw Koorl.
at 1). K. Fullerton's.
Druos. medicines ard dye stuffs; paints
and oil. paint brushes and painting material
of all kinds; boots and stationery ; tobacco
and cigars ; fishing tackle of every descrip
tion ; garden teed, pumpkin seed, onion
sets, etc., elc.j etc., all selected with great
care, and for' sale at the lowest price, by
Ilartswick & Irwin. It.
Japanine dress patterns $S 50 and
$0 00 - at Reed Brothers'.
Plaster. Fresh -ground Lind Plaster at
Kratzer & Lytle's, opposite the Jail.
What becomes of all the old shoes? is a
question that has puzzled philosophers for
years. But a greater question is, what be
comes of all the boots and shoes sold by Al
exander at the Keystone Shoe Store on
Second Street ? He has the largest assort
ment of shoes, and sells the cheapest of any
firm. in Clearfield.
5.000 pounds of Wool wanted at Kratzer
& Lytle's, opposite the Jail. ap5 4t.
Fish. Mackerel, Luke Herring, Cod
Fish, &c., at Kratzer & Lytle's, opposite
Buyers of Clothing ill find it to their
interest to call and examine II. Bridge's
stock of Spring and Summer ready-made
clothing, before purchasing elsewhere. He
also has a large assortment of fine piece
goods, which will he made up and guaran
teed to be equal to any city custom work,
and at more reasonable prices. Encourage
The best and cheapest stock of dry goods,
notions, millinery and fancy goods in the
county at Reed Brothers'.
Dr. F. Platto, formerly of Syracuse,
N. Y., desires us to inform the people of
Clearfield and vicinity that he has perma
rently 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. nis 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, lS71.tf
Neglected Throat and Lung Disea
ses. During the changeable seasons of fa!!
and winter when Coughs 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.
Jlasioiis Compound Syrup of Tar is the
best 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. No fam
ily should be without it. It b 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, CHrwensville, and Drug
gists everywhere, Feb. 22-12
Calcined Plaster. Kratzer & Lytle
keep French, Richards & Co's Calcined
Plaster. Opposite Jail.
Garden Seeds. Just received and "for
sale at the Drug Store of Ilartswick & Ir
win, fresh garden seeds, , and mixed lawn
and white clover seed. apr. 12-3L,
CLOSING QUOTATIONS of Government Secu
rities, at J . T. Brady A Co's, No. 69 Wood St.
1'Utsburgb, March 18. 1S7I.
U. S. 6's 1SS1.
U S. 5-20's. 1S8J, .
V. S. 5-2i'a. 1SB4.
I'. S S-20's. 185,
5-2fl's. January & Jply, ISlii,
5-2's, January July. 1857,
5-20's. JanuAy A July. 105S,
Union Pacific Railroad.
Central Paoifio Railroad,
lio, 1 104
XTORMAL INSTITUTE. The Fifth
Normal Institute will commence at Cur-
wensville ou the tirst day of May. An assistant
teacber has been secured Boarding can be bad
an cheap as anywhere in the ooun'y. Teachers
should bring all their old Telf books.
ap.5-.3t. G. W. SSYDER, Co. Supt.
CTEAM ENGINES I OR SALE. One
50 and one 25-horse pow-r Engines, war
ranted first-class, of superier finish and workman
hip, for gale by BIGLHl. YOUNG A CO .
April 1271. Clearfield, Pa. '
AJOTICE Having srld Wm. II. Schnars
x of Karthaus township. Clearfield coun
ty. Pa., one bay mare, one wagon, and one set of
double harness. .1 hereby notify him to come and
remove said property from tiy premisns. and Day
....o. win u imiij nccoruiug io lair.
1'rcnchville. Apr6, '71-ttp JOHN REESE
TIST OF JURORS drawn for June Term, 1731 .
J GRAND JtKORS.
Wm Maji, Beccaria T Leonard, Girard
KoOert Mehflffey , Bell I Rothrock, Graham
Vim Strickland, Boggs G Fisher, Karthaus
A Levingaton, Bradford Clark Brown, Lawrense
M II Lutber, Brady M L Antes, -Jas
Weaver, Burnside.tt P Keee. Morris
Austin Curry, C'he?t J M Cuuimtngs, X. Wash
W C Foley, Clearfield! L (J Lingle, Osceola
Henry Bridge, MS Spencer, Penn
1 Faust. Curwensville Darius D Kitter. Pike
C M Cadwallader.Deca'r II Whitehead . Union
G K Tubbs. Ferguson J Comely, Woodward
TBAVKRSS JUROn FIRST WEEK.
J G Smith, Beccaria John F Trwin. Clearfield
Sol Byers, IM Kratrer, Coving'on
J Si M'Cracken. Bell J imes Shugart, Decatur
George M'Cracken. J Kephart.
JFStull, Blonm'J S Williams, Ferguson
James L Morgan, llogga.lt S Stewart, tloshen
Simon Thompson. Ellis Kyler u
Ed Dale, Bradford Patrick Flynn, Guelich
II J Kyler. jFC Bowman, Huston
Jacob Pearce. " Peter Evans,
Arthui Draucker, lirady James Stirk,
1 Knarr, Jr.,
r .i uwons, Lawrence
J L M'Pherson, "
Wm Ardery; Morris
A Uoss. Osceola
t red btniley,
D Uoodlapder -(1
T It M'Clnre, Pike
Jack Patch in, BurnoiJe Moes Bailer.
W llockehberfy, Chest William bale, "
John Lambern, J Hartshorn, '
John Connly, " .lordan Bloom,
K A Bigler, Clearfield Urban M'Naul, "
Win Hall, ' iBen Hartshorn Jr., "
A M Hills. " io Hagerty, Woodward
WKM Pberson. IWm Mullen.
TRATRRSB JfROnS SECOND W P.KK.
Joseph Campbell. Bell A Baughman, Decatur
Kitr.ihum, Bradford K Gearhart,
1 Kishel, Brady Adam Walker, "
J Kuinbargcr, ,X Kus?lot. (Jirard
F K Arnold, ' It A Morrison, Goshen
CKorb, " ; Richard Kler,
H II Moore, 111 (1 Shaw, "
E M'MnsterS, Burnfide John S Jury. Graham
James Haley, (AO Dale, -
KBCIemson, " Chest 11 JJ Hoy't.. Huston
J Hockenberry, " Martin Smith,
Wm M Shaw. Clearfield A L Hickok, Knot
J M Kcttleberger, 'John Smith, Lawrence
James A Moore. " :'f J Cramer,
I K Fullorton, )) t) Merrell,
W Bard. Curwensville Austin Kerin, Osceola
J Bilger, ;Hugh Mullen, Pike
K Hughes. Deeatur J 1 Bloom. '
Hats and Cap!
TnE PLACE TO GET
HATS AND CATS,
COOTS AND SHOES;
Fullerton's Xew Store,
ONE DOOH NORTH OF
The New Masonic Building,
The largest stock of goods in this line ever
brought into the county, is now open for the
inspection of the public, and will be sold
Very Lowest Cash Trices.
Also, splendid assortment cf
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
A large stock of
CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS,
which will be disposed of at astonishingly
A share oi patronage is respectfully solicited .
DON'T FAIL TO CALL.
D. R. FULLERTON,
Esicoirn St., Below Miust, Cj.aniLT, Pa.
April, 1871. ,
FARM FOR SALE!
Containing 26 acres, in a good state of cultiva
tion, situate in Pike township, about 80 rods from
Logans' Grist Mill, on the Turnpike leading from
Clearfield to Curwensville. Thrre is a story and
a half house, a stable and other outbuildings
erected thereon. There is also s spring oi good
vfater and a young orchard on the premises.
Any person desiring a good small FARM and
frOME, will find this a very desirable location.
For further particulars inquire of RACIIAEL
jfk itD nCiiU, on toe premises, or address f
T. W FLEMING,
March 29 tf Curwensville, Pa.
Restaurant - and Ice Cream Saloon,
IN LEAVY'S NEW BUILDING,
Second St., Clearfield, Pa.
Constantly kept en band a fin selection of
Candies. Cigars, Tobacco, Nuts, kt,
Also Fresh Oysters, received daily, and
served ip in any style, to suit the
taste of customers.
A full stock of goods juvt received from tfie East.
tg HiiUard Saloon in Second Story.
W. R M'PHERSON.
Misses Rvnder k Lanicli.
We have just received and opened a full and com
plete stock of
" CHOICE TOYS,
Ladies' Dress Caps, Grover and Baker
Sewing Machines, both Elastic
and Lock Stitch, and a very
beautiful assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER FISH AND
The goods are all just new. and a share of public
patronage is respectiuuy aoncitoa.
Clearfield, Dee H,'7u.
On TT. and.
AND CHECK FOLIO PAPERS.
AND STArKMK.tr rAMiui.
CRYSTAL, ENAMELED, AND
BRISTOL BOARD, CHINA
COMMON BUSINESS CARD?,
OF VARIOUS SHADES AND COLORS.
AN ASS0RT.Mi.NT OF
FOR DRUGGIST'S LABELS,
TRINTED TO ORDER,
on short notice,
AND AT CITY PRICES.
Land and Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, PICKETS,
II. It. SIIILLINGFORD, President,
Offlre Forest Plare, 125 S. 4th St. , Phil a.
JNO. LAWSIIE, Gen'l Sup't,
Oscfola Mill; Ctfarfitld County, Pa.
iMosliaiinon Land and Lumber Co.,
OfTer Inducements to
M A M M O T II
Jlosliannon Land and Lumber Co.,
Offer LOTS in the Borough of Osceola
and vicinity forsale. Terms easy.
Apply at the Office of the Coi
JOHN LAWSIIE, Gen'l Sup't.
January 18, 1S71.
R E MJLVA L .
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Market St., Charficld, Pa..
We beg leave to inform our old and new custo
mers, that we hava removed our establishment to
the new building just erected on Market street,
nearly adjoining the Mansion House on the west,
and opposite (iraham A Sons' store, where we re
spectfully invite the public to come and bu their
DRUGS, CUEMTCALS, PA TEXT MEDI-
ClNS,OTLS. PAINTS AND YAltNlSItES,
Our stock of Drugs and Mediaineseonsist of ery
thing used, selected with the greatest care, and
WARRAXTEI) STRICTLY PL1!!
vTe also keep aiull stock of Dyes, Perfumeries
Toilet articles. Soaps. Tooth Brashes. Hais Brush
es, Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind of
Brushes. We have a la' g lot of
White Lead Turpentine,
Flaxseed Oil, Paints, and in faet everything used
in the painting business, wbiob we offer at Citv
prices to cash uuyers.
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 affords.
J. G. HARTSWICK.
Deo. 2. 18(19. JOHN F.IRWIN.
P. T. L
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A Pnre. Pleasant. Safe and He1iahleTonie.com
founded from fresh and choice herbs and pos
itively pure spirit, free from fusil oil, or
other irritating properties, and will
not disagree or offend the moS'
delicate stomach. Warrant
ed to contain more mcd
. icinal virtue than apy
bitters at present offered to the public.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL.
To increase the Appetite to promote Digestion
to cure Dyspepsia lo cure Fe er and Ague to
cure Biliousness to cure Constipation to cure
Chronic Diairbea to cure Flatulence to cure
Acid Eructations to cure Nervous Debility to
cure Hypochondria U, cure Sallowness of the
Complexion toeure Pimples and Blotches to
cure tieDeral Debility and Prostration of the
JT HAS NO EQUAL.
TRY IT AKD BE CONVINCED.
SOLD EVERYWHERE, AT 51 PER, BOTTLE.
A libtral discount to tht tradt.
MAMrACTCSED P.XCLrSIVELT T
A. I. S II A W,
Dealer in Drugs. Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
Stuffs. Oils, Paints, Varnishes. Ae., Patent
Medicines. Pure Wines and Liquors for
medical purposes. Fancy and Toilet
Articles, and all goods usually
kept in a Drag Store, sold
Having employed E. H.Snyder agraduaate in
Pharmacy who speaks both English and Ger
man, the undersigned teels no hesitancy in saying
that eustomersean fely upon having the prescrip
tinns properly put up. A. I. SHAW.
Feb 23 1S70
A Male and Female Ilisli School.
EacH DpHTVEXT Histisit and Ojxpletb m
Tk Tfc I.J smm w , present fcbolastlc
year, of this Institution, commenced on Monday,
the 13th day of February. I r7 1
Pupils can enter at any time. They will be
charged with tuition from the time they enter to
the elose of the session.
The course of Instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical and axomplich
ed education of both sexes
TERMS OF TCITIOX:
Orthography, Reading. Penmanship, Primary
Arithmetic, Primary Geography and Pencil
Drawing, per session, (1 1 week;). $5 00
Grammar, Local and Descriptive Geography, Map
Drawing. Uittory, Mental and Written Ari:h
metic.and Pencil Drawing. SS 00
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration.
Survcyin , Natural and Moral Philosophy, Ge
ology Physiology. Chemistry, Rhetoric, Physl
eal Geography, Book keeping. Botany, and Pen
cil Drawing. 9 00
Latin, Greek and French, with any ef the above
Pearl or Oriental Painting, 51 lessons,
Monochromatic Painting, 24 lessons,
Crayon Drawing. 24 lersnnt,
Fancy nair Work, 2t lessons,
Instrumental Music, 30 lessons.
i V No deduction will be made forabsonee.
( tT Students, from a distance can bt accom
modated with boarding at low rates
I rT Any one. not a member ot the School, can
receive private instructions in any of the orna
For iurther particulars inquire of, or address,
Rr. P. L. n.ARRISON, a. K.
March IS. 1371. Princi pal.
Corner of Second St. and Hill Read.
Has just received and opined, at the above nam-
d place, an entire new stock of Spring
and Summer Geeds, which he will
sell Tory cheap for eash.
nis strk eonsists of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware. Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc. He also keeps
ehoice Flour, Corn Meal, Chop feed, -Bacon,
Fish and dried Fruits.
Persons desirous of purchasing goods at f-:r
rates are respectfully requested to
give him a call.
Approved country produce will be taken, at
the highest prices, in exchange tor goods.
Clearfield, Juno 17, 1S63.
The Clearfield Excelsior Canthook will set wear
out or break, being constructed with ona solid
band from elip to point.
It is pronounced by all practical Lumbermen
who have examined it to bo the most perfect e ant
hook ever invented.
Amos Kennard, Patentee. All orders promptly
AMOS KENNARD & CO.,
Nov 23. Clearfield, Pa. 179.
White Lead, Zinc Paint, Liesetd OiL Turpentine
Tarnishes of all iindf, Colon, ia oil and
dry. Paint and VarnfoE brashes.
HARTSWICK t IRWfS,
Clearfield.Pa -M .'.
gELLlNO OFF at COST fob CAvSIIt
THE LARUEST STOCK OP
EVER OFFERED IN CLEARFIELD !
T THE STKAM CABINET SHOP,
CORNER .MARKET. ASU FIFTH STREETS,
The undersigned would announce to the public
that he has on hand and is now off-irins- cheap
for cash, the largest stock of furniture ever in
store in this county, consisting of
UPHOLSTERED PARLOH gfIT3,
SECRETARIES. BOOK CASES,
SPRING BED? AND MATTRESFES.
PLrftN MARBLE TOP TABLES A BCREAl'3,
CANE PEAT AND COMMON CHAIRS,
PICTt'RE FRAMES, COPDS AND
He also ms4ufaetare and keeps on hand Pat
ent fp-iog Beds, the l.eet ever invented. No fam
ily should be without them. Any kind of goods
not on Land can he hatf on short notice I phol
stering and repairing neatly areeoted.
COFFINS, of all siiea.ean be had on a half hours'
notice, and at the lowest prices A deduction
of 20 percent, made for cash
METALLIC CASES, of Rosewood, Walnut and
Cherry Ctffins. with glass or wood tops, furnish
ed on five hours' notice.
Personal attendance with hearse, on funeral oc
casions, and carriage furnished when desired.
Thanking the public for past favors, anf by
strict personal attention to ihasineos. I hope to
receivr a continuance of the same.
Remember the place the Steam Cabinet Shop.
corner of Market and Fifth Streets.
r. a. hills.
A. . rOWSLL.
MILLER & POWELL,
Whofrjale and Httail Drairrt in all Imdi of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Na
tions, G rocenes , Hard ware.Queensware. Wood
and Willowware, Floor, Baeon, Fish, bait,
Ae , Market St., Clearfield. Pa.
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets, Silks. Coburgs. Alpacas, Me
rinos, Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ginghams, Prints,
Poplins, Lawns, Sunshades, Handkerchiefs, Kid
and other Gloves, Hoisery, Balmorals, and a gen
eral variety of Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons,
Braids, etc., at the lowest prices.
They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and Fan
cy Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Meltons. Water
proof Clatb, Silfc.&atin and common Vesrfngs.ete ,
in great variety, and at prices that will give gen
eral satisfaction to buvcrs.
A general assortment of Ready-made Clotbinf ,
lists an ! Caps Boots and Shoes. Hardware and
Quwssware, Wood and Willowware, and a full
stock ef Grooeries
MILLER A POWELL sell all articles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country store
an.l hence the people generally will find it to
their advantage to buy goods of them.
GRAIN AND COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in
exchange for goods.
February 15, 18TI-tf.
MARBLE and STONE YARD.
Mrs. S. S. Liddell,
Having engaged in the Marble business, desires
i-i inform her iriends, and the public, that she has
now and will keep constantly en hand a large in4
well selected stock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLE, and is prepared to furnish to order
TOMBSTONES. BOX AND CRADLE
CURBS and POS TS for CEMETERY LO TS,
WINDOW SILLS AND CAPS.
BUREAU, TABLE AND WASH STANj
i'ard on Reed Street, near the loot,CIearflii.
''a. fXay 4, 1b70.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At ths New Tobacco and Cigar Stors of
r, ii. sua ir,
Two doers eaet of the Postotfioe. Clearfield. Ta.
Constantly on band a fine assortment of Kavy,
Congress Cavendish, Cable. SponnlL,
Michigan and Century Fine-cut
Chewing Tobacco, Ae.
iiso. a large and well selected stock of Imported
and Domestic Cigars, Smokiog Tobaccos,
Meerschaum and Briar Iffpea,
Pipe fixtures, Totacoo
Bexes. Cigar Holders, and verytkjng gener f
f,.und In well regulated Cigar
and Tobaooo Store.
tSr" Remember the place: lip doors oast of
the Postoffioe, Clearfield, Pa. . Aug. 24. '70.
JAS. T. BRADY & C0.?
iSutcottort to S. Jantt ic CJ
CORKER FOURTH AND WOOD- 5TRCSTI,
PITTS B URGH, PA
BCT AKD SKU. ALL EIDt Of
GoM, Silver And Coupons.
Six per cent, intorest allowed oa deposits sub
ject to cheek.
Money leaned an Government Bonds
Bonds registered free of charge.
July 1. 1670-ly. .T AMES T. BRADY C,