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c laffemtittt' goxmxai, haxfie, a., &wt 23, 1871.
- .. TTTTmMra the afe transmission
of money by -" P ' i.. ,.i.terd.
or money-order, or . . . rlt paper ftr
A rece.pt win
the money c"riZ-
-rrrTrnitd vnAer the heading of ' Special
t ,': at 15 cent, '" "".' '' ;
fHi I . h for each snhsegneml tnsert.on.
Clearfield E. E.-Summer Arrangement.
M - Philipsburg at : : 0-1 m
., . - Osceola at t : : : 8 20 a. m
, Sandy Ridg at : : 33 a. m
i. Intersection at : : 7. 27 a. m.
Arrrive. at Tyrone at : : : : 7 40 a. m
Txpp.i.. Tyrone at : : : rf p m.
Intersection at : : 7 03 p. m-
Sandy Ridge at : : 7 .52 p. m.
Osceola at : : : : 8 10 p.m.
" j-hilip.burg at . : 8.0 p. m.
Bigler.t : : : : 8.59 p.
Arrive, at Clearfield at ; : : SSjp.m.
Maii, l.ave. Tyrone at : : : : 8 30 a m.
Intersection at : : ' m
Sandy Bidge at : : ' " m-
Osceola at : :- : 9 50 a. m.
.. Ptilipshurg at : : V"
" Bi'lerat : . : :
Arrive, at Clearfield at : : : H-10 a.m.
Vavu leave. Clearfield at : : 1 P
Philipsburg at : : "P
... Osceola at : : : f
Sandy K.d. : : P -
Inteecilon at : :
Arrive, at Tyrone t : : -: 54D.P m.
Clearfield Mail South connect, .lib C.noB.ti
Exnrese East, and Mail West, on .Main !." '
SfthT. Bald F,l.-E,rT '"o'eM
... alMi roints West of Lock Haven, t.earneid
M,ii North connect, from Cincinnati Express
W V.t and flarrbbnrs Accomo.odat.on hast, on
MW.aI;'""d Express South connects H""1
bur? Accommodation Enst. and Local
We,.. fo,-AIioona, and i':iJasb?rS.
also with Bald Ea.le Mail East fur Lock Haven
and' William.pnrt North con nects from Mail
Ve-t. and Cincinnati Express East, also from
Bald Eagle Mail West.
-Hemoious. Divine services will be held
nest Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows:
IJy Rev. Hall, in St. Andrew's Episcopal
chuteh, nt 11 A. M. and 7 1'. M. Sunday
school nt 3 I'. M. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening o'clock.
By Uev. Iiutler.in the Presbyterian church,
morning and evening. Sabaath school at
3 P. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
fcveninir at 7 o'clock.
IJv Kev. J. II. M'Cord, in the Methodist
church, inornin? and evciiins. Sabbath
school at 9 A. M. Prayer meeting, every
Thursday at 7i V. M. Coninmniot. services
First Sal.bath of every month at 10 A. M.
liv Rev. Mr. Skinner, in the Baptist
church, morninp and evening, alternately.
Sabbath Sc hool every Sabbath, at '. o clock
P. M. The rublic ixivited to attend.
. The Weather. The season still contin
ues warm and dry. in thi-s rezion, much to
the detriment of growing crops.
Kelioious. -Rev. James Clary, will
preach in the Lutheran church, in this
place ,on Sunday evening next, at the usu
Lodged ix Jail. A man, whose name
we did not loarn, was lodged in jail for safe
keeping, last week, having exhibited evi
dences of insanity.
Oi'R hnrstmMiFe'.a(raeL-iuorr:;r2g and
evening, in training their "blooded step
pers" on the new race course, preparatory
to the Fair and Park Association races.
The New Jail. The stone "palace,"
being erected in the lower part of thi
onph, is gradually approaching completion.
We presume it will be underroof this lall.
Oun Streets. The Borongh authorities
are -still greatly improving some of the
streets. Let the good work continue, but
don't save the stones; they are plenty and
Tite Concert. The concert given by Mr.
C. II. Jones' class of boys and girls, on
Thursday evening last, was a success, both
musically and financially. Mr. J. seems to
understand hi business.
The Uiver. The water in the river is
Tinpreeedontediy low, and the lops and rafts
are still safely moored on the sand bars and
on the beach. A good rain would be highly
appreciateJ by our lumbermen, as it would
relieve them from their financial embarrasa-
Dr. Fred. Barrett, formerly .of Clear
field, is about to start a Republican paper
in Liberty, Amite county, Miss. We glad
ly welcome Fred, to the rank of Republican
editors, and wish him abundant success.
e wiil expect soon to add this new jour
nal to Our ' X" list.
The Frfschvili.e Pic Nic We are in
formed that the PicvNic at Frenchviile, last
week, held in behalf of the Catholic church
at that place, was a decided success. The
best of order prevailed throughout the day,
and all returned to their homes well pleased
vith the festivities of the occasion.
Horses Stolen. Oh Sunday niuht last,
August 2()th, two horses were stolen from
the stable of Mr. Daniel Rikard, io West
Clearfield. The horses are -worth about
five hundred dollars. Mr. II. was absent
from home at the time. We hope the
tiiief may be arrested and punished for his
Opes h All. We would state for the
information f everybody, that the trotting
track in the Park is completed, and that the
grounds are oj.on daily ioT the inspection of
the public. All who desire toenjov a pleas
ant drive, "without n..icy sm wjtbont
price," are respectfully elicited to embrace
the opportunity of doing so.
Completed. The large "crane," at the
freight depot in this place, is completed. It
will tend greatly to facilitate the loading and
unloading of heavy freight. Nest, we pre
sume, wili be the grading of the grounds
around the passenger depot, so as to oblit
erate the iinidholes that rjrnce that locality
during the wet weather.
Readt roR Shipping. We understand
that one of the light houses, now being
bmlt at the machine shops of Messrs. Big
ler leung & Co., ;n t:ns place, is comple
ted and will be shi,,red at an early day.
e hope tins is oly the leaning of the
construetton of Heht houses i ClearSeld.
And, we r,re, the success attending this
erps .will be the means of establishing
n:'ir,.f m nuractun,, i
Removed at . Last1 the rubbish that
has been lying iu front of the new buildings
on Second street. Messrs. Sackett &.
Schryver have also covered the ditcTi in
front of their store-room, which adds to the
general appearance of the street in that lo
cality. - -
Sore Eves. The following recipe for
the cure of inflamed eyes is given by an ex
change : "Take a potato, and after quarter
ing it, grate the heart as fine as possible,
and place the grating between a piece of
cambric muslin. Place the poultice over
the eyes inflamed, and keep it there fifteen
minutes. Continue the operation three
successive nights, and a perfect cure en
sues." Large Oats. Abram Tate, of Law
rence township, informs us that he cut
some oats one day last week, among which
he found bunches measuring 51 feet, the
heads alone being 21 inches long. This
oats was sown on the lTthof June. Dan
iel Kri.se, of Girard township, also brought
some oats into our office, which measured
5 feet 9 inches in height, haviug been sown
on the 1st of June, and cut on the 17th of
August. Can any of our neighbor counties
Base Ball. The Rough & Readys. of
Pennfield, this county, played the Brook
villiiins, of Brookville, on the grounds at
the latter plate, on Thursday of last week,
the Brookville ten winning by a score of 34
to 52. Ten, because the Umpire is said to
have been the best man they had, and aj
the II. & R. boys were not accustomed to
playing ten men they deserve considerable
more credit than the score allows them.
The jiext day the Houuh & Readys played
a club at Reynoldsville, gaining an easy
List of Letters remaining unclaimed in
the Postoffice, at Clearfield, Aug. 21, 1871 :
Arrier, Delany M. MeCully, A. V.
Aston, James . McCann, John
Bruus, O. A. Miller, Anna
Cbishblen, John O.-burn, Mrs. M. E.
Comertord, John(2) Smith, Lewis
Collins, Frank Smith, J -
I'oriuin, Charles Spaekman. E. B.
Finley, James . Tresire, John
frrahatu, MissE. Woolridge, J.
llevcrly, William Weaver, Kx Sheriff
Korb, Miss CaroltYle Wilson, Henry
Laughlin, William Wiser, George
Landersan Miss J. McAfTery, John
P. A. Gallis, P. M.
Back Again. We would notify our
friends and patrons, and the public gener
ally, that we are back again in our old "quar
ters," in Graham's three story brick build
ing, where we are fully prepared to execute
all kinds of plain and fancy job printing.
Our office, os well as our "sanctum," (the
latter not yet finished), are commodi
ous, neat, and "pleasantly situated, where
we shall be pleased to have our friends call
at all times. We embrace this opportunity
of saying that Mr. Graham is one of our
most enterprising and accommodating citi
zens, and that he is doing a full share to
wards improving and building up the busi
ness interests of our borough. We commend
his example and enterprise to others.
Maj.-Gen. Meade. In the hurry to is-wmn-i(r
last weeK, we Inadvertantly
neglected to state that Major General Meade,
the hero of Gettysburg, passed through
this place, on his way to visit a son at Brook
ville. A large number of .our citizens, ae:
companied by the Cornel Band, repaired to
the depot to receive the General on his ar
rival, and Ex Gov. Bigler, in. a few terse
remarks, welcomed the old hero on behalf
of, and extended to him the hospitalities of
our citizens. The General briefly and-appropriately
acknowledged the compliment
and thanked the citizens for the honor con
ferred, but regretted that previous anange
ments precluded his remaining and parta
king of their hospitalities. Alter tarrying
a few minutes at the "Shaw House," and
exchanging congratulations with such of his
friends as called, the General accompanied
Major Hartshorn to Curwensville, with
whom he dined, and then proceeded on his
way to his destination, where he arrived in
due time, and was appropriately welcomed
Fruit Cans soldered on outside the
best in use, manufactured and sold by Sack
ett Si Schryver, Clearfield, Pa.
Religious. The second Quarterly Meet
ing for Curwensville M. E. Church, will be
held on Saturday and Sunday, August Sf.th
and 27th, Rev. J. S. M! Murray officioting.
Services will begin Saturday night.
Cheap lubricating Cator Oil, Lightning
Fly-killer (paper), Sponges of all varieties
and sizes, Flavoring extracts of a superior
quality, fur sale at Hartswiek Si Irwin's
Drug Store, Second street. July 10 3in.
Grove Meeting. There will be a meet
ing in the grove near Messiah Church, Ky
lertown, commencing on Thursday, August
21th, and continue over Sabbath, or longer,
as the interests may demand. Rev. M. L.
Jackson, of Penn'a, Rev. D. Elwell, o( N.
J., Elder J. Zeigler, and Elder H. P. Cut
ter, of Penn'a, will be present. The public
arc respectfully invited to attend.
A Grand Military Festival and Fete
Champetre, in aid of the Union Home and
School for the Orphan Children of Soldiers
and Sailors, at Fashion Course, West Flush
ing, L. I., commencing October 2d, 1S71,
a"l continuing two weeks. This is to be
mode a pa fi"air, and, considering its ob
ject, no doubt will be one of the most suc
cessful et.teruinl.nt3 ecr given. Single
aduii.-,i..n, $1 ; ,as0(1 (id.et) (tvrcjve
Dr. F. Pi.atto, formerly of Syracuse,
N. V., desires us to inform tUe people of
Clearfield and vicinity that he has perma
rently located among thern, for the purpose
of practising Lii profession. The Doctor
will be in readiness to attend to all proles
sional calls, either niiht or d- II; nffi
is on Reed street, south side, between the
Uai.roaJ and becond street, where he may
be f..uni n'uhi an J, day, when not engaged
elsCwLre. March S. Ij7J.tf
Attention. We would remind our read
ers that Mr. John Dressier will sell his val
uable farm in Union township,on Thursday,
August 24th, at public sale. This is one of
the best improve! farms in the county. For
full particulars Sie advertisement.
A Live Home Journal Notable
Change. Last October Hearth and Home
passed into the hands of Messrs. Orange
Judd k Co., of 245 Broadway, New York,
the well known publishers of the American
Agriculturist a journal long without a rival
iu sterling value and circulatioa. The mark
ed improvements thee expected to appear
in Hearth and Home hare been fully reali
zed, and it i nt w one of the choicest illus--trated
journals ny where issued for the fam
ily circle adapted to both the juvenile and
adult people, add meeting the special wants
of the housekeeper. Besides it supplies
very useful chapters for the garden rnd farm
and an important news sheet, giving a val
uable resume of the news for a week, up to
the moment of issue. From $500 to $300
worth of very line engravings beautify each
weekly number. ' We notice now a still fur
ther mark of enterprise on the part of the
publishers ; they have secured the exclusive
editorial services of Edward Eggleston, so
widely and favorably known by his writings
in Scribner's Monthly, and many other Mag
azines and Journals, and especially as the
chief superintending Editor of the New
York Independent for some time past. With
this notable addition to the previously large
ami strong editorial force, Hearth and Home
can not fail to merit and command a promi
nent place in ' every household, in city, vil
lage and country. Specimen copies can
doubtless be obtained of the publishers as
above. Terms only $3 a year. Single num
bers 8 cents. . Hearth and Home and Amer
ican Aaricult trust together, $4 a year. Bet
ter add one or both of them to your supply
of reading ; they are each worth infinitely
more than the small cost.
Central Pennstlvania Agricultural
Societt. The Third Annual Exhibition of
this society (formerly Altoona Park Assoct
ation), will bo held at the City of Altoona,
on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, Sept mber 12th, 13th, 14th and
15th, 1871. The grounds are the largest
and most con plete, and the driving course
equal to the best, in the State. The very
liberal premiums offered by the managers
must command the attention and attend
ance of all parties rearing good stock, or
interested in agricultural and other inven
tions. The following summary of premi
ums will convey an idea of tlieis magnitude
Thoroughbred horses, $3v'J 00
Roadsters 89 00
Horses for general purposes 121 00
Draft horses 105 00
Matched, driving and saddle horses 60 00
Jacks and mules 57 00
Thoro bred, native and grade cattle 912 00
Sheep and swine 204 00
Fat in and yard fowls 119 00
Farm implements 150 00
And all other premiums to correspond.
The speed premiums amount to $2,000
divided into seven purses : One of $25 ;
one of $400; one of $100; one of $50;
one of $700 ; one of $500 ; one of $250
the whole making over $6,000 in premiums
for trie n ".in
The complete success of former exhibi
tions of the society, and the general satis
faction given, should guarantee a larger
turnout this season than heretofore. En
tries of blooded stock and valvable inven
tions are being made, and there will be
beauto and diversity to look upon.
Excursion tickets will be issued from all
stations on the main l'nc and branches of
the Pennsylvania Railroad, from Monday
until Friday, good for return trip ou Satur
Debility and Emaciation both result
from the laci of ability to convert the food
into nutriment. How necessary, then, lor
those suffering Ironi these alnru.inir symp
toms to imu.ediately resort to a remedy that
will strengthen the tlomach and digestive
organs. Fo-, as soon as this desirable ob
ject has been accomplished the health mi
proves, and the patient resumes his usual
personal appearance, llostettcr s Stomach
1. liters have attained a wor'd-wiue I oruiar
ity in such cases, and have bceu pi oven ihe
best and safest means of removing consti
pation, ton iig the stomach, giving energy
to the liver, and relieving every symptom of
nervousness and depression ot spirits. Its
cheering at.d beueucril eilects are higuly
spoken of by thousands, who own to it their
restoration to health. ro restorative in the
annals of medicine has attained the same
popularity in the short space of time it has
been before the public, or has won the high
endorsements accorded to this excellent ton
ic. Many other preparations, purporting
to be correctives and restoratives, have been
introduced, anil have perished one by one,
while the popularity of Hosteller's Stomach
Bitters continues to increase, and is now
recognized as a standard household medi
cine. The success which attends the use of
the Bitters evinjes at once its virtues in all
cases of debi-ity and disease of the stomach.
Certificatex. almost without number, have
been published, attesting its truly miracu
lous power in removing those painful and
fearful diseases. And at this time it seems
idle to do more than call attention to the
great remedy of the age, in order to awaken
public attention to its excellence. It is the
only preparation of (be kind that is reliable
in all cases, and it is therefore worihy of
the consideration of the afflicted.
At the residence r f Thomas Moore, Esq.,
in Lumber city, on Thursday. Aucust 17,
1S7I, bvRi.-v. W. li. Skinner. Mr. Francis
J. Thompson, of Curwensville, and Miss
Mart Bell, of Lumber city.
Oil Sunlay, August SOth. lS71,by Rev.
James Cia.-y, Mr. Enovu W'isiiit, of Brad
ford towns iip, and Miss Sarah Jane Low
der, cf Boggs township.
On Monday. July 3d, 1S71, by Rev. W7.
H. Noroross, Mr. O. S. Kixo, ot New
Brunswick, and Miss akaii J., daughter
ot Jonas I'eters.of this county.
On Thursday, July 6th, by Rev. W. II.
N ircross, Mr. Joseph E. Gearhart, and
Miss Mary E , eldest daughter of John
Middleton. all of this county.
On Tht rsuay, Aacust 3d, 1871, by Rev.
W. H. N .reross, Mr. C. S- Blake, of
Maine, to Miss Sarah E. , daughter of Da
vid Goss cf ibis county.
On Monday. August 14th, 1871. bv-3.
A. C. Can pbell, Mr. Allen E. DeBeck.
of Ck-arG ;ld, and Miss Flora Adams, of
Rcuova. Clinton county. Pa.
May their journey through life be one of
unallnyed happiness, and no sorrow ever j
fall upon them.
SACKETT & SCHRYVER,
and Manufacturer, of
TXV, COPPER and SHEET IROX WARS
SECOND STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
Carpenter, and Builder, will do welLJo exam
ine our (tock befure purcbating elsewhere.
We are now wiling the celebrated TIMK3 and
RELIANCE COOK STOVES, the cheapen and
best io the market, livery Bture warrauted.
Also, Heating. Parlor and Rafting Stoves, wnica
will be .old as cheap a. any in tba county.
Special attention paid to ordering good, for
parties who desire it. -
ROOFIXG, SPOVTIXGauJJOfl WOS.K
dan oa reasonable tern..
July 12. 1S7I.
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!!
The undersigned take, pitas ore in announcing
to ihe eititen of Clearfield county, that b ba.
opened an INSURANCE OFFICE, in Clearfield.
Pa., where all may avail th.mselve. of First Clan
Life and Fir Insurance. The following Canpa
niet ar rpreented :
HOME, A. York,
NOn Til A MER ICA. Pi :UJ,?fhi;
HANOVER, New York.
NOR Til A MR RICA .V, New Ttri,
REPUBLIC, New Yuri,
SECURITY, Neu, Yori, '
WYOMING, Wiliebarrt, Pa , .
WILLI AMSPORT EIRE, Wilhamtport.Fu
LANCASTER FIRE, Lanenter, Pm ,
A LPS FIRE, ErU, Pa.,
LYCO MINd MUTUA L. Muncy. Pm ,
GUARDIAN MUTUAL LIFE, New YtJt.
I would warn all to bewir of Traveling Agent.
representing Fir and Life Insurance Companie..
as you may easily b deceivej.and if you do bar
a lo-s, will be uuuble to find the Agent wh in
sured you. or the Company you are insured in.
WM. TUCKER. E?q , is connected with me ia
the Liisiui-ss. and any business entru.ted to hias
will be promptly attended to.
Office O'lposit the Jol-khal Office, orer Harta
wick A Irwin'. Drug Store
Ap t:-,l-j. JOHK 11. FCLFORD, -gent
g ELLIN'S OFF at COST for CASH !
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
F URN IT URE
EVER OFFERED IN CLEARFIELD !
AT THE STEAM CABINET SHOP,
CORNER MARKET AND FISTU STREETS,
The undersigned would announco to the public
that be has on hard Kiid is now offering cheitp
lor cash, the largest tin k f furniture ever in
.tore in ibis county consisting of
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SUIT3,
ocKETARIES. BOOK CASES,
FPRING BEDS AND MATTRESSES,
PLAIN A MARBLE TOP TABLES A BUREAUS.
CANE SEAT AND COMMON CHAIRS,
. WINDOW SHADES,
PICTURE FRAMES. COI'DS AND
He al.o mnnufaoture. and keep, on hand Pat
ent S' in ft lleds. the i rtt ever invented. No fam
ily tihould be without them. Any kind of good,
not on band can be had on short notice Uf hoi
steriiigand repairing nearly executed.
COFF1 NS. of allsi.es. can be had on a half hour.'
notice, and at the lowest price. A deduotioa
of 20 percent, made fore as ;i
METALLIC CASES, or Rosewood. Wa'nnt and
Cherry Tiffin., with glass or wood tops, furnish
ed on five hours' notice.
Personal attendance with bears, on funeral
CHsiiics. nnd carriages furnished when desired.
Thanking the public for part fivors. and by
strict prrsmial attention to I Ufincts, X hope to
reteivr a continuance of the s ioie.
Remember the place the Steam Cabinet Shop,
corner of Market and Fifth Streets.
r . MILLER.
a. . row ILL
MILLER & POWELL,-
Wkaletalt and Retail Dmitri in all inidi "
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hat. and Caps, No
tions. Groceries, Uard ffare.Queensware.Wood
and Willow ware. Flour, Bacin, Fish, Salt,
Ac, Market St, Clearfield, Pa. "
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets, Silks, Coburgs. Alpaca., Me
rinos, Wool Delaines, Lustres, Gingham.. Print.,
Poplins, Lawns, Sunshades, Handkerchiefs, Kid
and other Gloves, Hotsery, Balmorals, and a gen
eral variety of Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons
Braids, etc., at the lowest prices.
They bar Black and Blue Cloth., Black and Faa
cy Cassimeres. Sattinett., Tweed.. Meltons. Water
proof Clotb. Silk.Sntin and common Vetings.ete ,
n great vanely, and at price, that will giv gen
eral .atUfactiea to buyers.
A general assortment of Ready-md Clothing,
Hat. and Cap. Boot, and Shoe.. Hardware and
Queeasware, Wood and Willoww.r, and a full
.tock ef Groceries.
MILLER A POWELL sell all rt:cle that are
usually kept in a mell-rcgul.iied country .tors
an.l hene lb panel generally will find it to
their advantage to buy good, cf them.
ORAIS AND COUNTRY PRoproF t.a in
exchange fur goods.
Febrc.ry I j, 157i--.f.
l E N S
Tk undersigned having recently added
t hi. former business, would respectfully
solicit an examination ol hi. .tock. Being
a practical 'Tailor be flatter, himself
that he is able to offer abetter
c! of ready-m.d work
than baa heretofore been
breught to thi. mar
ket. A ay on wishing to. buy god. in tht. lit.
would aav money by calling at hi. siere,
and making thoir selections. Alio,
a full supply of Gents'furni.hing
good, always on hand.
Feeling thankful for past favor., he weald re
.pectfully .olicit a centinuanc. of th '
April !3,18fi9. II. BRIDGE.
AND CHECK FOLIO TAPERS.
AND STATEMENT PAPERS.
CRYSTAL, ENAMELED, AND
BRISTOL li'MRU. CHINA
COMMON BUSINESS CARDS,
Of VARIOUS SHADES AND COLORS.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
- COLORED PAPER,
TOR DRUGGIST'S LABELS,
PRINTED TO ORDER,
on short notice,
AND AT CITY TRICES.
0tftS AMD sff0esi
Hats and Caps.
TnB PLACE TO GET
HATS AND CATS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Fullerton's New Store,
ONE DOOR NORTH OF
The New Masonic Building,
Th largest .tock of good, ia this line vr
brought into the county it new open for th
inspection of the public, and will b sold
Very Lov.-est Cash Prices.
Also, a splendid assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
A large stock of
CARPETS OIL CLOTHS,
wbi.h will b disposed of at astonUhiagly
A share cf patronage Is respectfully .olioited.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL.
T. R. TULLERTON.
St', Ttriiw MtpitxT. rtr..'r.rTi:i,p. T.i
April b, !?:;.
TERMS OK THE jbl'KNAL.
Th Rarrsa aa'i J6ceal i. published on Wd
oday at JJ.OS pet annom in aJranc. If not
paid at th beginning of th year. 2.i0 will b
charged, and 33.A0 if cot paid before th close.
Fifty issue, count a year.
Adverti.cm k&ts ai t b inserted at 41,50 per
square, for three or leas Insertions Ten line,
(or less) counting a square. For every additional
insertion 50 cents will be charged A deduction
will be mad to yearly advertiser.
No subscription taken for a shorter tim than
ix months, and no paper wilt be discontinued on
tiltall arrearage, ar paid. except at the option of
th publisher. S. I. ROW.
MISS II. S. SPAN'S, School for Girls,
Clearfield, Pa. .
Th Fall Term of Fourteen week, will eeai
menc en Monday, September 4th, 1871.
TERMS OF TCITIO.V.
Reading, Orthography, Writing. Primary.
Arithmetic and Primary Geography, per
term, (of U weeks), ST ft
History, Local and Descriptive Geography
with Map Drawing. Grammar, Mental
and Written Arithmetic, t II
Botany. Geology. I'byfiolojry, Natural Phi
losophy, Physical Geography. Algebra,
Rlietorio. Ktvmolov and Latin, II
Oil Pointing. 2t Ies.-ons), 12
Monochromatic Drawing, 10 IS
Pencil Drawing, (no extra charge).
Instrumental Music. (HO lessons. II II
Wax Flower, and Fruils. with materials, at
Forfull particular, vend for Circular.
ClearSeld. Angust !7. Is70-ly
Constitution of Pennsylvania.
Joint Itesolutien proposing an amendment to the
Constitution of I'.ijnsrlvania.
Ve it Resolred ly the Senate and Honse o f TZep
rtxentatives of th CommoHtrt itth of Pettntylva
nia in General Assembly met. That the following
amendment of the Constitution of this Common
wealth be proposed to the people for their adop
tion or rejection, pursuant to lL provisions of the
tenth article thereef. to wit:
Strike out tb Sixth Section of th Sixth Arti
cle of the Constitution, nd iuserl in lieu theieof
the following :
-A Stat Treasurer .hall bechojen by the qual
ified elector of tb Stat, at such limes and for
such term of service as. ball be prescribed by law "
JAMES H WEBP..
Speaker of th House of Represectaiires.
WM. A. WALLACE,
Speaker ol the Senate.
Approre I the fifteenth day of Jane, Anno Dom
ini ons thou.4nd ei'ut huudrel and feventj-one.
JOHN vT. GEARY.
Prepare! and certified for publication pursu
ant to the Tenth Article of th Constitution.
Secretary of the Commuwaith.
Office Secretary of the Commonwealth,
Harri.burg Jaly 5, lS7l-Jy 19.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tb undersigned would inform farmers and
others in want of Improved Agricultural Imple
ments. 'Lit he is ti e Agent for tl. e be.-t luach. ae
ry in the country. He has
WALTER A WOODS' MOWER,
which took the First Prixe at tb Pari. Exposi
tion, in I5ri7. when Saateen of tb bet Mowing
Machine, in Europe SJI l America were nn trial.
I wiil warrant tbi. machine to give satisfaction,
and give time tor trial, when. if il doe. not work
as recommended, I will tike it bv;k.
two of the best in the market have never been
equalled by any oiL.r rakes.
Two style, of
NELLJS' AND SPROUTS, the best forks
Ellis A Hoffman's one-horse
which will thresh from one hundred to two hun
dred bushels f.f graiu in a day They do more
work than most ot the two horse machines now
in the market.
BUCKEYE GRAIN DRILL.
S TONER FANNING MILL, b.tt t market,
FEED CUTTERS of all IxnU,
IIICKOCK CIDER MIL S,
DOG POWERS fot Churu,
and all other kindsof Ag ienltural Implements.
Call at Brown If lira's Meat Market, Seeoni St.,
Clearfield . Pa , where all desired inloimation can
Jy 12 loll. M- G. BROWN. Agent
II A L L'S
Everv year increase, the popularity of tbi. val
uable Hair Preparation; which is due to merit
alon. We can a-sure our old patron.th.it it i.
kept fully up to its hirb standard ; and it is the
only reliable nnd perfected preparation for re
storing GRAY OR FADED HAIR to its youthful
color, making it soft, lusirou. and silken. The
scalp, by il. us, become? white and clean. It
remove, all eruption, and dandruff, acd, by it.
tonus properties, prerents th hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and courishc tbe hair
rUnds By its use. the hair grows thicker an!
s.roneer. In baldness, il restore, the ctpillarv
glands to their normal vigor, and wiil ereate a
new growth, except in extreme old ge. It is
toe most economical H a.r uress.ng eeer usea. as
it require, feaer application., and gives tbe hair
a splendid glossy appearance A. A. Hayes. M.
D , btate Asjayer nf Massachusetts, says. ' The
constituent, are pure, aud carefully selected for
excellent quality ; acd 1 consider it the isasr
I'EirABATlo.i lor its intended purpose..'
Sold by all Drr'ggtsts anA Deale.ri in Medicines.
Price One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS
As our Renewer in many cases requhe. too Ions;
a tim. and tr much care, to restore jrav or fa
ded whiskers, se hwve prtrl nred tbir dye. in ant
preparation ; which wi;l quickly ar.d efiecruaiij
accomplish tbi. result Jt is easily applied, and
produces a color which will neither rb iif.r wash
off. Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
MAX CP ACTC BED BT
R. P. HALL Sc CO.,
Nashua, N. H.
TL. Putty. Paints Glass and Nails, for s.le'at
March 71 H t . Ui'L.tit a uu't.
CNS. Pistols and sword canes to be tad at
JI F. BIGLER A CO S.
DRIED FRUIT, tredeed priees. at
ID. PERKS A Co's flour, the bet in market, fr
i sal by J. SHAW A SOS.
SADDLES, Bridles, harness, collars to., Tcr
,,!. t IL F. BTO I.ER A OI'S
SALT' SALT-: A pti.-r.e article f crcui J t j
in, !!. fat ej. in ptrt ! . fW j
ut tie t!:ii ji it. M'.'.SOi'. i
BRANDIES and HOLLAND GJNS,
PURE OLD GRAPE BRANDIES.
PURE OLD CABINET WHISKEYS.
OLD GRAPE WI.vs.
All th above brands warranted par and to
excel anything in this market for medicinal pur
poses GEO. N.OOLBLRN,
March 30.'0-tf.f Prop r of Shaw Hons.
Land and Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, PICKETS,
II. II. SIIILLINGFORD, President,
Ofiet Forest Plan, 125 S. 4tk St., Ph I'm.
JN0. LAVTSIIE, Gcn'l Sup't,
Osc ola Mills, Clearfield County, Pm.
Moshasnon Land and Lumber Co.
Offer Inducements to
itf. A M M O T H
Moshannon Land and Lnmkr Co.,
Offer LOTS in the BorougHof Osceola
a4iI vicinity for sale. Terms easy.
Apply at the Office of the Co.
. JOHN LAWS HE, Gen'l Sup't.
Who sells the cheapest goods in tha
M O S S O P I
Who sella best calicoes at 12 cts a yard
Who sells best unbleached muslin at I7 aU
Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at ?5 00?
Wh .ell. Hall', bast Coarse Boats at i 10 f
Who eelh Hall's bcstK.p Boots at $4,50?
Wh.!'.. Hat. lower than anybady else?
Who stlls Sugar the cheapest ?
M O S S O P!
Who sells Syrup the cheapest ?
Who sells Flour the cheapest ?
Who sells Chop and Feed the cheapest?
Who sells Ilsrdwara the cheapest ?
M O S S O P!
Who sell3 Queensware the cheapest ?
Who sells Tinware the cheapest?
Who sells Clothing the cheapest ?
Who sells Piaster the cheapest ?
Who sells Salt the cheapest ?
Who first brought goods down to the
lowest cash prices ?
Everybody should buy their geods at
M O 3 ? O P S
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