Raftsman's journal. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1854-1948, August 16, 1871, Image 2
elinjuot 10, 1871. ' f e. S Si' .Ilaftsmnii's 3mtnr.il. I. J. BOW, Br.lTOttA-IDPnoritlF.TOR. CLEARFIELD, PA.. AUGUST 1G, 1871. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. poll amiron OEitrnAL: Col. DAVID STAKTOIT, of Eeavor. E02 SITRTETOR CRHBRAL: Col. KOBEET B. BEATH, of Schuyliill. The Boston Advertiser snjs: "Gar vey is the plasterer of the Ring cnl A. Oakey Hall is the wliitewtslier." The Prussian occupation in France bears heavily upon the defeated, cha grined peasantry of the latter nation, and riots with the German soldiery arc of almost daily occurrence. The St. Louis Times is opposed to a military man as a Democratic candi date for President, and opposed to General Hancock, especially, as the "hangman of Mrs. Surratt." In purchasing the Colonelcy of the 9th regiment, Jim Fisk mistook his vo cation. He thought he could train the militia, because he could the Erie train. He ought to be on a rail rode. The Indianapolis Journal offers to pay ?1,000 for a cony of any speech in which Ex-Senator Hendricks, dur ing the war, took decided grounds in favor of the suppression of the rebel lion. The Austin State Journal says that "in Texas one of the chief labors of the Republican State Administration has been to ascertain and provi-.b for the debt which tho Democracy, when in power, incurred but did not pay." Charges have been vn.idc by the Taminanv Democrats that Republican members of the New York Legislature have been in the L ibit of receiving lar"e sums of money annually for sup port given by them to legislative meas ures of Democrats. SENATOR PoMKKOV, of Kansas, nf- firr-is that President Grant will be re nominated and elected. The est will nominate hiia and the divisions among the Democracy will give him an easy triumph. In all of which, the Senator's '-head is level." At last, after tantalizing rumors and reports, comes the announcement that Commissioner Pieasanton has been relieved of the port-folio of the Internal Revenue Department, and the Deputy Commissioner Douglas as-.M-Tied to the office until such time as Congress shall assemble. A TEUIUI5LS hail storm pnrsed over Albion, Wisconsin, on July 31. Hail stones two and a-half inches in diame ter fell, and the ground, in places, was sufficiently covered to run a sleigh. The corn and tobacco crops in that vi cinity were completely ruined. The damage is estimated at 8250,000. The New York Globe (independent) says the exposures of the Times, un less refuted, will bring disaster on the Democratic party. The Germans of the party are already in open rebellion, and say they will no longer support the Democratic ticket. This defection if continued, will alone bring defeat. WlTll a feeling somewhat like de spair, the Augusta (Ga.) Constitution alist remarks that it will certainly re quire a Democratic President (mean ing by this, however, merely a Demo ocratic candidate for the Presidency), of most exemplary purity of character to counteract the evil deeds of Tam many. Some one has figured out the cost of Tammany rule in New York, and Ends that the sum for the past year is no less than $R,000,000, and for the past five years C333,O00,000. With the Democratic party i:i rr-er ;n tile tional Government the cosi, at this ra- ! tio, would amount to the sum oC three billions, A fearful riot occurred at Dublin on Sunday a-week on account of Fe uianism. High hopes seem to have been entertained relative to the influ ence tJiat might be brought to bear on the royal party, visiting i;i Ireland in behalf of the imprisoned Fenians. A meeting which was held near where the royal party were staying precipi tated the riot, in which fifty or more 1 .:: i'. wt--nri:!ej. Tie La'.e Elections. Ek-elsons have been bell in'Nortu Cirolin:i an 1 Kentucky the former on Thursday, the 3d day uf August, and the latter on Monday, the 7th day of August terminating in a favorable result fr the Republican party. In North Carolina, the contest was in reference to a Constitutional Con vention. ' The Democrats having a ma jority in the List Legislature, passed a law, submitting to the people the ques tion of calling a convention to amend the Constitution of the Stat?, notwith standing the Constitution adopted in 18G8 expressly forbid the calling of a convention for its alteration or amend ment for a" period of ten years, and then onlv with the consent of the lrg- islature. Contrary to the well laid plin3 -of the. party in power, the Re publicans have carried the State and defeated the convention scheme by from 10,000 to 20,000 majority. In this, no doubt, they were aided by many Democrats, who regarded the question as revolutionary, Mid fraught with mischief that it would again rc open the troubles in the State, unset tie wise provisions of the fundamen tal law, and again invoke the interfer ence of the Federal authorities. To avoid all this, the popular verdict just given is eminently wise and proper. In Kentucky, the election was for Governor and other State officers, which resulted in f.ivor of the Demo cratic candidates, as usual, but by a greatly reduced majority.. In 18G8, the Democracy carried the - State by 70,03 J m ijority. This year, the; re- tarnsreceived thus far indicate that their majority will be only about 80,- 000 being a Republican gain of near ly G0,000. A little more earnest and determined work, and Kentucky will take her place in the Grant line in 1872. The "new departure" is work ing well ; only let us have a little more of it; it suits us exactly. It may not be inappropriate to re mark, that the vote in North Carolina indicntrs that the people of that State are better content with the "carpet baggers," and "carpet-baggers' consti tution," than they are with the Demo cratic Ku-Klux and their hellish mid night murders and assassinations. In Kentuct yV 'too, the people arc awaken ing ti the horrors of the Ku-Klux an archy that h:;s pervaded that State so extensively of late. The outrages so i . .i , r. jj. ci.iic.-it in incite iwu states, as well as in other Southern States, and the recent demoniacal riot in New York, are opening the eyes of the people ev erywhere to the lawless and revolution ary tendencies of the Democratic lead ers, and the Democratic organization. The only safety to our free institutions and the life anil property of our citi zens, depends upon the success and continuance in power of the Republi can party. Let the people remember these truths. Another Eailwav Disaster. As the Maine Central Railway train was entering liangor on the nidit of August 10th, the bridge across the Hampden road gave way, causing a general smash-up and killing one per son outright and injuring thirty others morj or less seriously. The engine and a portion of the mail and express car had got across the bridge when the structure went down. The balance of the train, consisting of a smoking car, three passenger cars and one Pull man car, was turned into the streets of the city. The smoking car was plunged a distance of twenty feet into the streets, followed by two of the pas senger cars, and all three were com pletely torn to pieces. The third pas senger car was plunged down an abyss, striking upon the forward end and crushing it in. While the rear was suspended at an angle of 45 degrees by the broken timbers and abutments, the Pullman Palace Car remained upon the track, being but slightly damaged by contact with the preceding car. Though none of its passengers were in any way injured, Wm. Pereival, brake man, was killed while standing at his post on the front platform. This pas senger car train being behind time, was ruuning at a great rate of speed to make up lost time. Loss of life would have been fearful but for the small number of passengers. Manvnrissrn'w v "g 'Jt uninjured from the mass of de bris to which the train had been re duced. The cause of the accident is due to the decayed condition of the brV.'jre-. The whole community is dis cussing the accident and its causes, and will dcm..i..l a most searching investi gation of the circumstance.' Up to midnight the injuioa were doing well. Thomas Gallagher, U'k-r maker, of East Eosten, died from 1, is injuries. Y hfn tlin nci'i. Irxnt V , l. , Mvn.iMn, ivvuiiit: Known tne citizens hurried to the scene of the disaster and rendered to the injured j every possible assistance. Coniplimeiita to Geu. H'CanileS3. One of the comrades-in-arms of Gen. JPCandLss before he resigned la3 commission rather tl an fgld for the freedom of the slave, semis us the following somewhat pertinent inquiries and suggestions, which are respectfully submitted to the Denucrutic candidate for Auditor Gcner:rl, now traversing Pennsylvania and advertising for the votes of the "Lincoln hirelings:" "Will you be kind enough to ask the following questions of Colonel Win. M'Candless, as he is traveling through the country begging the votes othe soldiers, on the ground that he served during the war in the Pennsylvania Reserves : "Did you, Colonel M'Candless, vote for the soldier, S. T. Owen, for Re corder of Deeds of Philadelphia ? "Did you vote for General John F. Hartranft for Auditor General ? "Did you vote for General John WT. Geary for Governor? "Did you vote for U. S. Grant? "All these soldiers ran against well known Copperheads men who op posed the war; men who, when you were in the field, with 'the elbow-touch when death's brief pang was quickest,' styled you and the rest of the soldiers of the Union army 'Lincoln hirelings and murderers ; who said wc diad no right to murder- cur dear Southern brethren;' who said we 'had no right to coerce the South ;' who said we 'had no right to save the nation's life!' "If the 'post of honor was the pri vate station in 1SG4, why do you ask the votes of the soldiers who said, by their acts, that the post of honor was where death's brief p:: i:g was quickest ?" "This plea of 'Because I was a sol dier in the Union army' is a good plea from men who have stuck to their col ors, but a very poor plea for one who has joined the enemy he fought as well as you did for three years. "A soldier who was with you- in the old reserves, and believes in the great principles for which lie fought the Union, the Constitution, and equal rights for all men everywhere asks these questions and makes these s:T- Kest ions. 1 ' J'nss . Fencsjlvaria Lavrs, 1371. Ax Ar Ex'ealin? i!u flu-riff's inlrr pleader ai:t to attat l.m: nts isued iu;L-r t ho act, entitled "An .-Act relati.e to fraudulent debtors." Section- 1. 7.V i't enacted, dr. , That sec Hon nino ot an aet, entitled "An Act tx- tctiuni: l!i J t!iuucu; v i.-.x-r ... ... . JiinuMinn and 'roceedinj.'S in ot certain courts." approved the tenth day ot April. Anno lXimini one t.'iou.-and eiglit himuied and forty-filit, ami n!o eection first of an :ic-t,er:t itted "An Act cxtt ndin.ir liie .!;eriff's interpleader act o( Philadelphia city nnd county to the several count ;es n this oonr tnonwealth," approved the tenth day of Maruh, Anno D.iuiini one thousand eiht hundred and I'fty-eiaht. to extended and nppliei! to any claim which has i.ten or shall be uij. io Ly any person or person not l.einj; the parties aeaint whom process has issued to any goods or chain's taken, or entitled to be taken, by or under attachment issued un der the act, entitled "An Act relative to fraudulent debtors," approved the seven teenth duy of 51 arch, Anno Dunini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-nine : Provided, that when the proper court shall have power at chambers to hear ami deter mine any rule to show cause, aid to nmke such order as shall appear to be proper and jast under tho circumstances of t!u cae. Approved Jan. 13, 1871. A Sii'Pi.EM7.NT to aa act, entitled "An Act providing for the ehetien of district attorneys," allowing district attorneys to hold office in the miliiia. Section 1. lie it enacted, etc.. That sec tion six of an act. entitled "An Act provi ding for tliu election of district attorneys," approved May third. Anno Domini "one thousand eight hundred and filty, shall not be construed so as to prohibit the district attorney of any county from holding any office or commission in the militia of the State. Aproved Jan. 3'J, 1871- An Act Supplementary to the acts rela ting to lateral railroads. Section 1. Be it enacted, etr.. That in all proceedings r.ow ponding, or which may hereaftir be instituted to procure the right to construct lateral railroads, or for the ac quisition of wharves or landings, or for either of said purposes, the appeal to court from the report of the viewers shall extend not only to the assessment of damages but to the question of the necessity of the pro posed lateral railroad, wharf or tanding.and shall also extend to question whether such landing or wharf is necessary to the owner thereof, for his own uses or purposes ; and if ti e jury t-bali to find, the same shall not be taken from him. Approved Febru ary 17, 1371. A Democratic Opinion. The Mo bile Register, to which we must accord the virtue of frankness irrespective of its political opinions, thus characterizes the New Departure Programme : It there is not "dodging" in all this, we have nevcr encountered that article in' our whole political life. Just look at it. You departuris.ts are dead against the amend ments. So are we. You say j-ou won"t op pose them by violence. So do we. You hold that they are in so far aetnal parts ot the Constitution as Ui be obeyed, for the present. So d.) we. Now uhere do we dif fer? In this, that neither now nor hereaf ter, before or after the election, wiil wo cease to believe and declare that these amend mentsare the joint products of force and fraud, to be nnccasitiirlv warred unnn. mil extirpated by direct attack, and not by the pal'iative of "construction ;" while you de-departuri.-,!s propose to hu.-h up the wl nlo matter, or if you fpeak it only to make the Radicals believe that acquiescence in them, as parts of the Constitution, is for all time. Now either the "Departure" cheats the Radicals or it clients the friends of cd, periSed Constitution, and we really have not yet made op our min i which. The "departure" basil! the earaiaiksof adodee. It is not straightforward ; i; requires too much explanation ; it is forked in tongue, and has none .f tho yea and-nay simpliei'y o a ihrect and truthful proposition. A' Little cf Everythia-r. Weather warm. Peaches plenty. Local news scarce. Dogs dying rapidly. Over the trout fishing season. The "rest" of the day Sunday. Small-pox is raging in Allcntown. Grapes are coming on in profusion. Mr. Colfax has completely recovered. Pennsylvania lias 902,300 horses, more or less. If you want a faithful servant, serve your self. Should be stopped boys playing ball in the street. - The coming stylo of ladies' dress w'll be dark cloth. Refreshing the shower of rain on Sun day evening lar.t. President Grant will visit tlie Pennsylva nia oil regions shortly. Water melons, musk melons, etc., are plenty in our markets. A female undertaker is patronized by fashionable corpses in Charleston. The Milleriles have fixed September 3d, as the date of their "newest departure." Brown linen over a lower fckirt of cash mere is the newest idea for travelling dres ses. - A Lancaster printer named Charles Wea ver robbed his rcom-niatc one night last week of J 175. "Where is Sir. Jeff Davis' portrait?" was asked by a Southern lady visiting Inde pendence Hall. Up to 1st August the wool trade has been active, and sums up 2I,471,SIJ pounds val ued at $12.SS3,404. A number of barns Giled with grain and hay have been destroyed in different parts of State during the recent storms. A Massachusetts boy cut cfi" his ycung sister's golden curls while she slept, to get money with which to go to the races. Admiral Porter is ?ad!y broken down in health, and, it is said, is unable to leave Washington to enjoy a Summer tour. $100,000 is Icing raised by the Democrats to use in the reining election. $25,000 is said to be assessed upon the police force. A huckster while belaboring his horse unmercifully was ak-d by a lady, "Have you no mercy?" "No, nothing but greens." George Labar, residing within a lew miles of Strcud-burg, Monroe county, has entcr e 1 upon his 1 1 0th year, and enjoys his usu al excellent health. It is said lb t bleeding a partially blind hor-:e at the noa will restore him to sight. So much for the hor.-e. To open a man's eyes you must bleed him in the pocket. " Altoona is about to erect now The water will hi conveyed in iron pipes from Kittanuing Point, a distance of five miles. The work trill be finished by the 1st of January. Jones Dare and Thomas, the tV.ree :nu lattocs who cscf.pcl from the Eastern Pent tentiary one day last week were all captured near Ilarrisburg and conveyed to Philadel phia on Friday. A man who will come to town in the morning and carouse around until midnight eating "corn out of a jug," and leave his horse tied to a post in the hot sun, to go homo without feed or water, is a brute. The fellow who swallowed a "fly," one evening last week, and attempted to disgorge it in the alley opposite our offi e, need not repeat the experiment for our benefit. We are satisfied, if he is. lie wasn't drunk ! A young lady, in Richmond, Va., who intended to commit suicide, solicited the presence of a reporter to witness the opera tion, but owing to the interference of some friends, the attempt was indefinitely post poned. Mrs. Colt, the pistol maker at Hartford, having built a $200,00) church in memory of her husband, and in behalf of her work men, is building a $00,000 school house on her armory grounds for the children of htr employees. Oa Thursday night last James Mounts, grocer, living in Washington, Pa., cut a horrible gayh in his throat and stabbed him self in the abdomen with t butcher knife. It is thought he cannot survive his injuries. This would-be suicide was crazed with rum. Au Ohio paper says : "Any new subscri ber to our paper lor the year 1S71 will le entitled to a free obituary notice if Le should happen to die during the year." What an inducement for a stingy man to go to glory. Out here wc can't give them a lift for less then ten cents a Hue. For an unadulterated stink get Mr. Gau lin to let you act P. M. on a warm day. If the smell that conies through the windows in the rear of the Postofliee don't make you feel a little "squeamish" about the stomach then wc will give up. The stables are built entirely to close to the street, and the own ers of them should be compelled to remove them. In New York, the Alonson Methodiht church is opposite a bouso where a Jewish firm are operating sewing machines on Sun day. The jews close up oa Saturday and open on Sunday. The noise of the machine disturbs the Methodists and the jews agreed to suspend during service if compensated for loss of time, which was refused, and the Methodists have gor.e to court for relief. We respectfully invite the attention of the Rorough Fathers to the following not improper growl: Sail a citizen, the other day A man who seldom mutters Why don't the UcW Fathers pay Attention to the gutters? It would be well if time were found To do some th n rs they'd "oughter ;" Then dirty pools would not abound, Reeking with Magna .1 water. In 1SC1 the Democratic party was in power, and the Democratic Presi dent said, that he had no power to co erce a State, or suppress a rebellion fcgaiust the Union. The Republican party took the reins of government and found-power to suppress the rebellion, and coerce a State. And now th:s same Democratic party wants to climb upon and occupy the sami platform with the Republican party. AJvrrtinrtncnta srt up t ularzi lype..m t pftnii ttylf, will it rharrddotMi if.nxl rat'x. Ke t Hf H. M. PiTTEsaiLL 4 Co . 37 TarV Itoir. N'w York, nnd (j ito. P. Howell A Co.. 40 Pft' it It ow. New York, nre tlio ole a-n.t f ir the Joirns.tL in that citj. nnd nre authorized to contract fur in terting aitTertiscmcnts fur us at our Jo et ca.-h - rates. Advertisers in ihatcit are requested to leave their fa Tors with either of theab;.e houses. JOHN TROITJIAN, dealer in all kinds of FI'kNITI'HK, one door enf of the 'Alleghe ny Iloose," Market Street. C'eai field. Pa. August 10, I87l-lf rAR FIELD'S PATENT COLJMVA IS 7 Kit SOAP, Wkrhcs in Col J or W aim, ha'd or soft water, saves tine and labor, and makes clothes beautifully white and clean. It washes out oil. grease and ttnins. and is guaran teed not to ii jaro the finest fabrics. No boiling is required. It is excellent for the skin, and ia the test soap in U30 for all household purposes. Manufacitrid by Heed A Johnson, Pittsburgh, and sold by grocer generally. ( Ang 1 6-4 1 L1UBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE. The subscriber will offer for sale, on SAT-t-RDAY, AUOt'dT 2(J, IS7I. at 2 o cl k. P. M ,in Lnibersbuic, his entire farin,conta:ningS7 acres, more or less, abiiut 40 r.eres under cultivation, with good buildings thereon, and the balance well timbered wiili pine, hcn.lock, and other timber. For further 1'nrliculars call on the sub scriber, or address him it l.utbersburg Aug 16-2tp FREDERICK OSWALD QKOVEK AND BAKER'S UNRIVALED SEWING MACHINES Customers can Fclect f shuttle machine which wiil make a Mitch the same ou both sides, or that which make; the regular (irorer cr liuker stitch 1 bese celebrated Machines cannot Le beaten The pointy of excellence are: Beauty and Elasticity of t?ti!ch ; Perfection and Simplicity of M.icbinery. EE SURE AND SEE The Improved Grocer J- Baker A'o. 9 Loek Stitch Sewing 31achine, Ad t pled t cither Family or light Manufactaring work, 'i his machine stands without a rival. Alio the celebrated (irovcr tt Uuker heavy Manufacturing Machine, for T.ii!ors and U oot and t-lif euikers Fit talc at the Kcy.-tnne ishoe More, Clearjeld, P.i. Ala I Til AKD. Ag t TOlTOTICE. 1 he undersigned herebv cires no- lt tice that lie hits purcha.-ed the intercut of 11 m. .numeiintin in the builtlnig or a briue ar-rfi the mouth ef Mosquito L'reeic, toe contract naving uteri auly tr:u:i: rreil. in .m;uiertu.m boneier, is to go on end build tne lri 'ge. work II g Tor me by lue d:iv Aug 9 ::p. ULE? S. ZIMMERMAN. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Let ters of A'liuiuir-r.-ation on tbe e.tate of Thomas It f-pence, late r.f 05ben township deceased, uftving been grunted to the unuartign' ed, notice is hereby given that all persons in debted to sa;d estate are required to m ike iui mediate payment. and those having claims azainst tne snme will present tuciu . property mitttontica ted lor settlement to HtMll I MbADJi. Aur 9.7l-tit. Administrator $1,000 REWARD! A reward r.f One Thousand PoM.irs will be pai. to any PL j.-'i.-iaij who v. ill rronuce a mdioin that will supply the van's of the people better man tne article known as DR. FAHI'.XEY S Celebrated Blood Cleanser or Pttnacea It mut be a better Cathartic, a better Altera live, a better udor'sGc. a better Diuretic, a better Tonic, oud in every way be'ter than the Panacea. No matter how long it has been in use or how lately discovered. Above ill it must net contain anything xor pcr.tir v eg et-icle. $500 REWARD! A reward of Five Hundred Dollars will be paid for a medicine that will permanently cure more cases el Costiveness. Constipation. Sick or Nervous lleadnohe, I.ivcr Complaint. Kilious Disorders. Jnundice, II heumati?ru, Oout Dvsper.sia. Chills I 1 " T II ' ,:, 'r m inu riur, Morms. uoiis, 1 umors, letters. Ulcers, Sores. Puins in the Loins, Sido and Head ana female (Jomplatnts than Dll. FAHRXEY S Blood Cleanser or Panacea, which isrscd morcextcn.ivcly by prcticin:j rthy- iicians innn any oiner popular medicine known - Sold by Uartswitk i?r Irwin. Cleargo'd. Pa., and itruggists generally Aug 9,!7I-ly CAUTION. All persons are hereby caution ed againft purchasing or taking an assign ment of a certain promissory (exemption) note given by me to 11 S. Stewart of Uirard townshin. calling for SEVENTY iEVEN DOLLARS and cents, and dated July 22d. IS7I. As I have re ceived no value for said note, 1 will not rav the same unless compelled to do sn by due process of law. iijitKl Li. il IL.SU N. Angrst 2. 1S7l-!tp. IN Til E OH PIIA.VS COURT of Clearfield county. Pennsylvania. In the matter ot the partition ef the real estate oi mcnard aple, late ot itogs township, tn said county, deceased To the heirs and legal repre sentatives of saiii deceased . Take notice, that an inquest will be he'd on the premises. in liogrs tp . sai.l county, on SATURDAY, the 9th DY OF SEPTEMliER. A. D , 1871, at 9 o'clock. A.M . for the purpose of making partition of the real es tate of the said deceased, to and ntnonz his legal representatives, if the game can le done without prejudice to or spoiling tha whole, otherwise to value and appraise the same according to law. at which time and plaee you are required to attend ii tou iiiiriH proper. Aug 2,'7l-4t. J J PIE, Sheriff. SCHWARTZ & GRAFF, Wholesale Dealers in WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. OIL CLOTHS, COTTON YARNS, kc, 510 MARKET ST.. Piiit,ADci.pniA. Pa .July 1st, tS7'. CHARLES W. SCHWARTZ and ALBERT GRAFF withdrew from tho firm ot A II. Francis- cus k. C., June 30th, 1871. July 1st they enter ed into a Co.partnenhin under the style of Schwartz t Graff, purchased the stock and fix turcs of Jas. U. Ccyle A Co., 514 Market Street and are now prepared to Gil all orders for any thing in tbeirlinc. promptly, and at the lowest market pricos. Thanking our friends for their favors in the past, o would ask a continuance of their pa tronage, assuring tfcera that we shall endeavor to make all their dealings with us pleasant and sat isfactory. Very truly yours, Aug 2, 7I-3t. SCHWARTZ 4 GRAFF. Having disposed of our stock to the above firm, we take pleasure in commending them to our customers and the trade generally. jas. u. coyle a co., Late of 516 Market Street DRY GOODS the cheapest in the eounty, a May 21. 'C7. MOSSOP a! CARBOLIC PLANT PLOTECTOR, for sale br IIARTSWICK A IRWIN. E O N A R D II OUSE, CLEARFIELD, PA. The undersigned has taken the ebove named Hotel, nnd refpeotfully solicits r. share cf patron age. Its close proximity to the Depot makes this ilouse a desirable stopping place lor the Iravel- in public. July 19, 1S71. S. B. P.OW. A. E. KAPP & CO., DKALEKS IS OAK, PINE AICD HEMLOCK BILL TIMBER. Avos E. Kirp, 11 EMIT Fric. Jai. 11 Jr.NKINS July 19, 7l-tf. Address J. II. JENKINS. Northumberland, Ta. IRON CITY COLLEGE, PITi SBURGII, PA. The best conducted, most popular and success ful insti tution in the United States, tor the thor ough, practical education of young and middle aged men. For large descriptive circulars, containing full particulars, eddreta Jy2. 7l 3mJ J C SMITH. A M . Principal. JN THE ORPHAN'S COURT of Clearfield Co : In the matter of the petition of Hannah Nol der. devisee of David Horn, for specifie perform ance of contract of Joseph Lines, deceased, with said David Horn, the undesigned Commissioner, appointed by said Court, to take testimony in proef of contract, payment. 4c. in this case, here by gives notice that be will attend to the duties of his appointment at ihe offiie of J. B. M'Enally. Erq.. in Clearfield, in Tuesday, the 1 2ih day ot September, A. D. 1S7I, at 2 o'clocft, P. M . when and w here all parties interested may attend. Jy 25 4tp. CYRU j GORDON, Com'r. 1-fcKIVATK OK PUBLIC SALE OF VALUAIILE HEAL ESTATE. The subscriber will offer at publie sale, at bis residence, at 2 o'clock, p. m . oa Thursday, August 24, 1871, (If not sooner sold), bis entire property, situated in Union township. Clearfield county. Pa., con sisting of 3i9 acres and 6 percent, allowance, of the best of Farm, Timber and Coal Lands, in 3 surveys, lying in one body ; will sell either scp erate, or together, at reasonable rates. The im provements are as follows : About 110 acres clear ed and under good cultivation, with four dwel ling bouses, three barns, one saw mill, and other out buildings, and three first rate orchards of choice fruit trees, and the best of running water near the bouses. The balance of these lands tim bered with Pine, Hemlock and other timber, suf ficient to cut about five million feet of lumber. For a mineral property this is the best in this part of the country, consisting of Iron Ore. Lime stone and Stonccoal.of ihe best quality, and ia large veins, easily mined and convenient to the railroads now under way of building. For particular call on Ihe subscriber, or address him at Rockton, Clearfield county , Pa. June 21. JOHN DRESLER. CLEARFIELD ACADEMY ! A Male Female High Schocl. Each Depaf.tkest Distinct asd Complete is Itself. The Scholastic year of this Institution is divi ded into two Sessions of five months (21 week) each. The first session commerces on the first Monday in September; the reeond on the Erst Monday in February. The course of instruction embraces everything necessary to a thorough, j ractical and ajcomplifh cd education of both s xcs i if Pupils will be admitted at any time, and charged from date of entrance to the close of the fccsMon V ' No deduction Tti'l be made for bb-ence, x cept io ca-es of extreme and I'rotraclcd illness. Iff' Pupils, from a distance can be accom modated with board at low rates. 15 For particulars send for circular, or ad drers. Ret. P. L. HARRISON, A. . July 2. isrt. Principal. HEAD 'QUARTERS FOR BOOTS AXD SHOES! The Keystone Store, SECOND STREET, Clearfield, Pa. THE LARGEST STOCK! THE LATEST STYLES ! THE FINEST GOODS ! EVER DROUGHT TO CLEARFIELD. His stock cotnpiises the latest and most fashiona ble stj I os of Men's and Boys', Boots. Shoes and Gaiters; Ladies', Children's acd . Misses Shoes. Gaiiers and Slippers, and in fact, everything needed for protecting the feet. SEW GOODS RECEIVED DAILY. T. M. ALEXANDER, KEYSTONE SHOE STORE, SECOND ST., CLI ARF1ELD, PA. July 2. 71 tf. SPRING GOODS! JUST RECEIVINO, :plendiJ lOcent Caliooes. Linht Calicoes, Delaines, Plaids. Shirting checks, Muslins, White Goods. Percales, Bl.-k Silks, Japanese Silks. Sil k Poplins, Black Alpacas, Velveteens. Shawls, Table Linens, uoya t.assimeres, o. Bet Paris Kid Gloves, Bine A Green Kid Gloves, Jinisery. m.k moves. Lace Collars, Hsir Switches, Chignons, Hair Nets. Corsets, Hoop Skirts, Ae , Ao. Dress Trimmings. Silk Fringes, Satin, eivet Ribbons, Bnttons, Ae.. Ae. Trimmed Hats, Ribbons and Millinery Goods. Unequaled stock of Ladies' and Childrens" Shoes and Gaiters. Mens trench Kip and Calf Boots, Calf and Lasting Gaiters. 2,009 pieces Wall Paper, from 6 ctsto tl per bolt. Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Window Shades, best bite Granite Tea Ware. Glass Ware, Table Knives and I orks. Choice Teas and Coffee and other Groceries, Dried iroits. Peaches. Prunes. Cherries, Canned Peaches. Tomatoes, Corn, Pickles, Ae. Tbe alove.with an immense stock of other goods. have been bought at tbe lowest cash prieet, and are offered at very low rates. COME AND EXAMINE THEM, WHETHER YOU BUY OK NOT. J. M . KRATZER, (Formerly C. Kratxer ic Sont), Next door to H. F. Bigler A Co.,'2d Street, CLEARFIELD, PA. March 15,'7I. SARATOGA and BEDFORD WATER, for sale June23-3m HARTSWICK4 IRWIN. ALT! SALT!! A prima article ef grout J s urn salt, rat CP in pitest sacs, forsalccuca L atthestcieaf R. MOSSOi. SACKETTitSCHRYVKir. BUILDING HARDWARE, and Manufacturers of TIN, COPPER J SHEET 1KOX ir.ir.E SECOND STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. ' . Carpenters and Eailder s will do to ,.. lue out stock before pureaatmg cL-enhcre STOVES. ar t,nw '""ins the celebrated TIMi'3 m t RELIANCE COOK STOVES, tho eh..PV;? a"! best in the waraet. Every stove warrauled. Also, Heating. Parlor and Rafting Stoves, whih will be sold as cheap as any in the county. Special attention paid to ordering gools f,r parties who desire it " nooi'ixa, sro u tixo aj job wok k dene on reasonable terms. July 12, 1371. FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!! The undersigned takes pi' a; ere in announcing to the citizens of ClearSelJ county, that he has opened an INSURANCE OFFICE, in Clearfield, Pa., where all may avail themselves of First Cla Life and Firo Insurance. The following Coaipa nics are represented : HOME, New Yuri, XORTII AMERICA, Pk:UJtlThia, FR A X KL1 X. Ph it ad el VU U , E X TER PR IS E, PliilaJrj.&ta, 1IAXOVER, Xew Tori, X JR Til A MER ICA X, Xr w JW , REPUBLIC, Xeu, Yori, SECURITr, New Yorl, WYOMIXG, Wiliolane, Pa , WILLI A MSPOR T FIR E, Witl,aMsfort,Pa T.AXCASTER FIRE, LaucaHer, Pa , ALPS FIRE. Eri; Pa., LYCOMIXd MUTUAL, Mry. P. , GUARDIAX MUTUAL LIFE, X.,. Ya,i. I would warn all to beware of Traveling Agents representing Fire and Life Insurancs Companies, as you may easily be deceived .and if you do have a lofs, will be unable to find the Agent who in sured yoa. or the Company you arc insured in. WM. TUCKER, Esq , is coi.ncctvd with me in the business, and any business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. Clfi.-e eppofite the Joi-ntAL OGice. over Ilarte wiek A Irwin's Drug Store Ap ,'71-y 1 JOIIX H.FI'LFORD. Agent g ELLIN G OIT at C OST fos CAII ? THE LARGEST FT.CK OF f un x i t r u k EVKR OFFERED IX CLEARFIELD AT THE STEAM CARINET SHOP. CORNER .MARKET AND FIFTH STREETS, CLEARFIELD. PA. The undersigr.cd would announce to the public that he has on hand and is now offering, cheap lorca.ch,the largest stock of furniture ever in store in this county consisting of UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SLITS, CHAMBER SETTS, txrE.VSION TABLES, SECRETARIES. BOOK CASES, BEDSTEADS. SPRING EEDS AND 'MATTRESSES. LOUNGES, BENCHES. PLAIN A MARBLE TOP TABLES A Bl'llEAi'.', M'ASUSLANDS, CANE SEAT AND COMMON CHAIRS, ROCKING CHAIRS, . LOOKING GLASSES, WINDOW SHADES, PICTURE FRAMES, COPPS AND TASSELS. 4c. He bIfo manufacture an I keeps on Land Pat ent Spring Beds, the I eft ever invented. No fa ra lly should be without them. Any kind of goods not on Land can be h'ld on short notice Lphol storing and repairing neatly executed. COFFINS, of all sizes. enn be bad on a half hours" notice, and at (he lowest prices A deduction of 20 percent, made for cash METALLIC CASES, or llosewooi. V a'rut and Cherry Ccffins. with glass or wood tops, furnish ed on fire hours' notice. Personal attendance with hearse, on fur.eral casions, and carriages furnished when deired. Thanking the public for past favor, and bv strict personal attention to bu-inefs. I hope to reteivr a continuanco of the same. Remember the place the Steam Cabinet hop. corner of Market and Fifth Streets. Mar. 22,'71-lv. daniel r.r.NNnr. P 0. HILLED. A. . rJWELL- NEW FIRM. MILLER & POWELL, Whalrsalr and Rrtjil Dealers tn all loiJt f Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, No tions, Groceries, Hard ware.Queensware. Wood and Willowware, Flour, Bacon, Fish, Salt, Ae., Market St , Clearfield, Pa. FOR THE LADIES They have Bonnets, Silks, Coburgs. Alpacas. Me rinos, Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ginghams. Print. Poplins, Lawns, Sunshades, Handkerchiefs. Kil and other Gloves, Hoisery. Halmorals, and a gen eral variety of Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons, Braids, etc., at the lowest prices. T-'Tl VI 1 A 1 lilJ.ui4' They hare Black and Bine Cloths, Black and Fan cy Cassimercs, Sattinetis, Tweeds. Meltons.Water proof Cloth, Silk. Satin and common Vestings.etc in great variety, and at prices that will give gen eral satisfaction to buyers. ALSO, - A general assortment of Ready-made Clotbinf , Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes, Hardware and Queensware, Wood acd Willowware, and a full stock ef Groceries. IX FACT, MILLER A rOW ELL sell all aru'cles that are usually kept in ft well-regulated country store an I henco the people generally will find it to their advantage to buy goods cf them. GRAIN AND COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchac0 for goods. February i 3, 1 57 1-tf.