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CLKARFIELD, PA., OCT. 13, 1869.
T Pitho'- To in":e ,he "fe transmission
bT mail. patrons should remit by check
r io"J o- ie. jr.ve their lettere registered.
"eii"t "ill te enclosed in the firrt paper after
til o-ncy wj 'obj: .
T-rone and'Cleartleld Railroad.
, . .-.in tear. Tyrone at : : : 00 a m
Vl" Irr.Te. at Clearfield at : : 12.10 m.
u , , ,lW,eCletrlield': : : J-30 p nt.
,t tt Tyrone at : : : : 5.35 p. m.
- .m with Cincinnati Express East at 6 05
L M4il W est at 44 p, m ; Bald Eagle El-r,'-t7
0'p m.
Accommoilation Train.
riM-TrM : : 7.00 A. if .
lr.fi.PMHp.b-rgat : .10.,
j;FU,i!ors. Pivinc so-.r-eos will re held
next i-'aM'atli. in ClevrieM, as follows :
J'v lUv. Hii'.'.cr. in the 1'rcsbyterian
chuivh. morr:.njr ami pvtning.
J5v i-V. "W. H. Di", in the MethoJist
ft'"'Vn tiiorrin ami evening. Sabbath
at 9 A. M. Prayer meeting, every
Thursday at 7i P. M. Communion serv'ns
Tr Sabbath of every month at 10 A. iM.
" t,r,ic(.sin.Jt. Andrew Episcopal church
on Tuesday evenings, at 7 o'clock. Seats
?t. Francis church Masf at 10J A. M-,
the n-ond ami fourth Sundava of each
BlOlltll. i m
Have yon children to educate? Send
them to t!ic State Normal School at Edin
boro. Tlie instruction is sound, systematic
an practical.
Ci"!ri.KTKi. The fjiirc of the new Pres
hrterian church. xs comjiletcd last week.
It is certainly a very neat, well proportion
r.J swi iin-dest looking structure, and adds
- iiuii-lix'd percent, to the appearance of
the I ni'uinjr.
TiiF. litiw Illustrated Circular of the Iron
City College "w doubtless the finest thing of
the kind ever "gotten up in tins country.
('i.;e? of the anic can be obtained free of
ch ire, on a.l lieinc the Principal, tfiuith &
CV.wley, Pin-bury, I'a.
TitK Tiiir.i) S-iisKkT Ni'isante. It i. h-tim:-J
that the Uorough Dads, contenv
p ate reeiiviiii: proposals ior the removal of
that old stump on Third street. The job
i..'i'.g a heavy one, it is expected that sever
a! firms in New York and Philadelphia, will
put in bids after the election.
A Wahmng The Washington City an
thuritic."! have been sued $ I 0.00(1 damages,
by a man vr h, fell into a sewer and broke a
! c. );ir Borough Fathers had better take
i. M-tnr. and have some of the man-traps
i-i ..i:r pavcur-'nts repaired otherwi.-c tbey
r -y i-t tin iiim Kcs in a similar prcdicauicnt,
;o n!' :lii:-e days.
r?-si;ti-fTiVK Flooiv A very destruc-
fi'-!i--t ihcurred in Maine, the latter
. r;. last wci-k. Swift river rose thiity-
. h'ci in twelve hour. Score of f anus
Mvered several feet deep with sand.
" n. '. .!!;-! and ba'ns were swept away,
i : : along ;hs river are impoverish -
. ; t. 't-s. The people barely eeap-
i' V: . bil lion to the mountains.
: : U (! V f VNTIIK. In P-tllilbcr col
piib!i.-h the letter of Father Ilya
fVnisi whii-h it appears that be lias
.v!.;ioti to some of the measures to
i- at the F, :a;iienioa! Coui:c:l.
t at l!..iiio in a few weeks, and that
i: : I
I l.-!.-t:,i.
"i.
M ' ll
... ,.
- ' n i-t iviord by bis ii trior for his
'.ii i ..test. Ttie letter will be pe
witii i'"i-re-t by our readers generally.
rx i:t i.n:;!.'Ar. IIkpiikt for the week
i Satiiidav. O-tobcr Orh. IStV.I, as
i-i by K. Feiiioii, Esq., of Petm tp. :
i-'i of thermometer, 0on Oct. 8th;
. ir:i. :i2 on Oct. 7th; Mean, from
j'iy nbs.rvations 7 a. and 2 and
- --"'l. Mean of I urometer 23.16.
' :iie '.ve.-k ! ar, warm and dry, ex
J.a :r. ni:bt bet een Saturday and
. tlie 2nd and 3rd, ..OAS inches.
' We notice by the proceedings
'. !-t; ict Convention, held at Brown
Nei rs-la, on September 25th, that
' y 'inn: friend, S. Alex Fulton, Esq., was
in n t 1 a- the Republican candidate for.
-N-S-Miiitnr in the Third Senatorial dis-
:hat State. Mr. Fulton is a young
' ( tmr abilities, and good business
' ' '':, and will, no doubt, make an
' -.1; St-:i; Senator. We tender him
'ii.-':aiuhuiiis, and hope be will be
!-th ami Home. The new volume
i;i.:v iutere-tiiig and excellent pa
ien-ftiee rn January 1st. Price,
! $4; Three copies, to one ad
: rVe copies, 12; AH over five
' lie: same rate, invariably in ad
V :he redued rates. ($2,4') each to
! i IVK). the Hearth and Home is the
-'. as it is the mo-t complete, Family
Ni-wpaper ia the Wor d. All who
' hi-: r .subscriptions tor 1870, now,
iv.- :te; j ap, r free to the 1st of Jan
x 1 Nl -i A i.-ii. A jumping match is
'i: '.i Saturday, October 10th, at
sr -H'.ti J. in Clearfield, between 2
" I " -t. P. M. The bet is 50 a side
. t.
ciear from toe to heel, on plank.
' ai-o extends a challenge, to atiy
in Ciearfield county, on two or more
It isi.xpected the challenge will be
the amusement is both eivil and
' 'adit s atid gentlemen are in-'jf-.i-i.
There will be nothing im
iiiiiici-ai to mar the feelings of
iy tr. ;.ro--. at. Tickets 20 cents
- 1 the gate Oct. 13.
KsAir. BarthoJmew M'Guire
n well dit-gar, met with an ac
1 --'a ui Uy, October 2d, aad made
' e.-eai.e Frota death. Being engaged
1 wcli & John A 1 dell's near Mor
i a blast, expecting to have
!'. by a ladder, but strange
-! ii l'd'owid immediately
-J the fuse, and Bart and
.! which I.e tood were raised
' ;-.'.. ;-.:il ll.-wu entirely out of
'Olioujih ihe shattered rovk fell
.'r.o "i:aii he escaped injuries. This
1 e vf h'.o loa'jr narrow escapes.
J Journal. ,
THE ELECTION.
Below we give the Election ret'irns of
Clearfield county as far aa heard from up to
the hour of going to press.
Geaty. Paeir.
Cleai field, 12". T69
Bradford, 58 151
Morris, 52 S0
Graham. l'r - 105
Curwensville, 74 45
Lawrence, oo 254
Huston, 73 76
feno, 54 83
h 123
I?.ady, S7 328
niootn. 20 37
Union, 42 40
Osceola, 72 113
Found a lady's black overskirt, inq-nire
at this office.
The ShiloL Meeting.
Bradford T'r, Oet. 9th, 1S69.
Editor .Journal: Dear Sir: Accord
ing to notice given, a large number of the
Republicans of Bradford township aiet at
Sbiloh School House, in Mainea' settlement,
ou Friday evening, October 8th.
The following officers were announced,
viz: President, John M. Kateu ; Vice
Presidents, John Wooldridge, Jos. Winery,
Jacob It. Peters and Henry Graffius ; Sec
retaries, E. Ialeand W. H. Shirey. -
The object of the meeting was then sta
ted in a brief but appropriate manner by
the President, and A. A. Adams, Esq., was
introduced to the audience. Mr. A's re
marks were confined principally to the rec
ords of the two candidates for Gubernatorial
honors ; and, thoueh it was his first attempt,
he did credit to himself and the cause for
which he spoke. At the conclusion of Mr.
A'sreinaiks. T. II. Murray, Esq., was call
ed upon, who, with fluency of speech and
1 ulne.-s of ideas, spread before his hearers
the great principles of the Republican party.
He showed the uistinetii n between the two
parties the progress of the one and the
decline of the other. He discussed the 1 5i h
Amendment, explained the tax question, al
luded to the pardoning 1 owcr which Gov.
Geary has been charged with abusing by the
enemv, and rehearsed the career of Geary
and Packer.
Had it not been for a single individual
who calls himself a Democrat, but would be
better characterized by the name J! Aid
wh af 'empted t dis'nrb use shou'd ha e
had perfect order. This old political ma
niac, howccr, does not belong tp the vicin
ity of Shiloh. and had he not been accom
panied by a drunken man, there would have
been none to notice his insignificant at
temptj to disturb us. Thanks, therefore.to
the Democrat of Shiloh, for their presence
and good behavior.
The meeting was well attended, consider
ing tho shortness of the notice, and adjourn
ed with zuittt and good fueling,
From Seigliboring Couaties.
Jefferson County. On Sunday morn
ing, October 3.1, a little son of P. B. Wea
ver, of P'jnxsutawney, being left alone a
few moments, went to a drawer and getting
an old pistol discharged it, the contents
passing into his stomach. The child lin
gered until 11 o'clock, when death euded
his sufferings.
Centre C'ounxy. On Friday, the 1st
instant, a woman by the name? of tVebster,
the wife of a laborer in the employ of Mr.
Thomas, was accidentally killed on the Rail
road track near Bellefonte, by the Snow
Shoe train. She was walking on the track,
and was called to get out of the way, but ap
parently paid no attention to the warning.
Whether she heard or not, or whether she
was so alarmed and confused as not to know
what she was doing, we do not know ; but
as it was not possible to stop the cars in time
to save her, she was run over, the x.ccident
tearing tfi" one of her arms and cutting oft
a leg. - She only lived a few moments after
the occurrence of thtisad affair.
Br.Aia County. A melancholy accident
occurred on Saturday afterno ni.O.:t. 1st, in
Frni.kstovrn township, in which Mr. Daniel
Null unfortunately lo-t his life. He was in
a field drilling grain, and not coming home
in the evening. hii wife became alarmed and
made search for him,- but rot finding him.
she got several of the neighbors to search
him, when his remains were found in the
field, near some bushes, on the top of the
machine, his face mashed and his neck sup
posed to be broken. It is thought he took
a fit, to which he wa9 subject, and fell with
his head in the wheel. He was found but
a few feet from the scene of the accident,
the horses havingstoptied. His death must
have been instantaneous. Mr. Null was an
estimable citizen, universally respected. He
leaves a wife and two children, and his sad
death is deplored by many friends. . . . Mr.
Joseph Gecfey, an aged citizen of Franks
town, met with a very severe accident on
Sunday morning. October 2nd. Mr. Geesey
bad got out of bed, intending to go down
stairs and get a ds ink of water. Instead of
opening the door rt the head of the kitchen
stairway, be unfortunately opened one over
the basement cellar, and to which no stairs
were attached. lie instantly fell to the
basement, and iu hi.i fall struck an iron hoop
lying upon the top of a keg. A portion of
his no e and the entire uuper lip were com
pletely severed from his face, and his upper
jaw broken. Surgical assistance was imme
diately summoned, and his injuries properly
attended to the jaw re-set, and the nose
and lip sewed on again. Owing to bis ex
treme age, about 70 years, Mr. Geescy's
injuries will be very severe upon him, and
we learn that his friends are very doubtful
of his recovery. . . . The Blair county Ag
ricultural Fair was a decided success. . . The
Altoona Park Association Fair, was all that
its projectors anticipated a complete suc
cess in all its details.
MARRIED:
On Sunday, September 26, 18G9, by Rev.
W. R. Whitney, Mr. James Dickey and
Miss Maggie S. Uu.n.n, ail of New Wash
ington. At the M. E. Parsonage in Curwensville,
on Tuesday, October 5, 1 $09, by Rev. W.
G. Fergui-on, Mr. D. W. Hile, of Lumber
city, and Miss Oli.ie Phoplks, of Mount
Eagle, Centre county, Pa.
On Wednesday, October 6, 1 869, by Rev.
P. L. Harrison, Mr. John A. M'Bride and
Miss Fannie Ooden, both of Lawrence t'p.
r AN KING & COLLECTI ON OFFICE
' OF
WcGIRK A PERKS,
?ncoMor to Foster, Perks, Wright A Co.,
PnibiPSBiRQ, Cejtbe Co., Pa.
Where all the btuineas of a Banaing House
will be trafisaeted promptly aad npon the most
farorable terms. March 20. -tf.
J.D.M'GIRK. EWD.rERKS
Clearfield Retail Markets.
ConaECTKO bt K. Morsop. Sap. 7, 1S49.
Apples. dried lb, S ltf
Appier, green. bo, t 00
Apiilebntter, gal, 100
tatter, lb, 40
Beef, fresh !b, 12
Beef, dried," 25
Bucawh:at. basb, 1 00
Buckwheat flour lb. 4
Hay. ton,
ilams, lb,
Shopldars, "
Sii'o. "
Lard, lb.
Oats, bu.
Onions.
Pore, lb,
" mesa, bbl,
Potatoes, ba,
Plaster, bbl.
Peaches, dried,
Rye. bush,
Rags, lb.
Salt, per sack,
Shiogles, 1A in.
28in.
15 00
2
17
20
25
.75
1 50
15
27 00
1 00
3 50
Beans, bu, 2 00
Boards, per M, 15 00
Corn. shelled, 1 25
' ears. 60
' meal, 3 110
Chop, rye, . 3 26
" mixed, 2 50
t'heese, lb. 25
Cherries, lb. 1S
lb
19
40
3
3
5
00
00
a! 2 00
Chickens. dressed, lb. 2D
Eggs, 20
flour, bbl. 7 50
Timothy seed, b
u. 5 00
U beat, bu.
Wool. lb.
1 60
- 45
SPECIAL- NOTICE.
8c7ienckfs Pulmonic Syrujy,
Seeweed Tonic and MandVake Pills, will enre Con
sumption. Lier Complaint and Dyspepsia, if ta
Ken according to directions. They are all three
to be taken at the same time. Thay cleanse the
stomach, relax the liver, and pat it to work ; then
the appetite becomes good, the food digests and
makes good blood, the patient begins to grow in
flesh the diseased matter ripens in the 1 ngs.and
the patient outgrows the disease and gets well.
This is the only way to core the consumption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Schenck, of
Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled success in the
treatment of pulmonary consumption The Pul
monic Syrup ripens the morbid matter in the
tungs. nMture throws ft off by an easy expectora
tion, for when the phlegm or matter is ripe, a
slight cough will throw it off, and the patient has
rest and the lungs begin to heal To do this, the
Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills nvu9t be freely
used to cleanse the stomach and lifer, so that the
Pulmonic Syrup and the, food will wake good
blood.
Liver Complaint is one of the most prominent
causes of Consumption Schenck 's Saaweed Ton
ic is a gentle stimulant and alterative, and the
alkali in the Seaweed, which this preparation is
ma.lo of. assists the stotnaeh to throw out the gas
trie juice to dissolve the food with the Pulaonie
Syrup, and it is made into good blood without fer
mentation or souring in the stomach. The great
reason why physicians donot cute consumption ts
they try to do too much ; they give nadicine to
stop the cough, to stop chills, to stop night sweats,
hectic fever, and by so daiog tbey derange the
whule digedtive puwers.louking up the secretions
and eventually the patcnt sinks and dies.
Dr. Schenck", in bis treatment, does not try to
slop a cough, night sweats chills or fever. Ke
nioe the cause and they will all stop of their own
accord No one can be cured of consumption. liv
er complaint, dyspepsia, catarrh, canker, ulcer
ated throat. unless the liver and stomach are made
healthy.
If a person hasconsnmptinn. of course the lungs
in some way are diseased, eirher tubercles, ab
scesses, bronchial irrit.ition, pleura adhesion, or
the lungs are a muss of infl-imation an i fast de
caying. In sueh cases what must be done ? It
is not only the lungs that are wasted. but it Is the
whole body. The stomach and liver have lost
their power to make blood out of fond. Now the
only chance is to takeSchenck't three medicine,
which will bring up a tone to the stomach, the
patient will begin want food, it will digest easily
and make good blood ; then the patient begins to
gain in flesh, and as soon as the body begins te
grow, the lungs beg n to heal up. and the patient
gets fleshy and well. This is the only way to
cure consumption.
When there is no lung disease, and only liver
complaint and dyspepsia, Schencks laeaweed
I onic and Mandrake Pills are sufficient without
Ihe Pulmonic Syrup. Take the MandraVe Pills
freely iu all bilious complaints, as they are per
fectly harmless.
Dr. Schenck. who has enjoyed uninterrupted
heahh'for many years past, aad now weighs 2X5
pounds, was wanted away to a mere skeleton, in
the very last si age of : u I monary consumption, hit
physicians having pronounced his case hopeleas
und abandoned him to his fate. lie was cured
by the nfore;aid medicines. and since his recovery
many similarly afflicted have used Dr. Scbenuk s
prepnrations with the same remarkable success
The directions accompany ing each, make it nut
ibsnlutcly necestry to see Dr. Soheaek. unlets
the patients wish their lungs ezamiued. and for
this purpose he is Professionally at bis Principal
'Juice, Philadelphia every Saturday, where ail
letters for advice must be a. Idresse i. He is also
professionally at No 'it I'.oud Street, New Turk.
-vcr oiherTue'day and at No. S.'i Hanover St..
ttoston. every other Wednesday. He irivesadviee
free, but foi a thorough examination with bis
Kespirometor the price is 55. Office hoars at each
city from 9 A. M to 3 P.M.
Price of the Pulmonio Syrup and Seaweed Ten
ic enrh SI .50 per bottle, or S3 50 a balf-desen.
Mandrake Pills 25 cents a box. For sale by ali
druggists.
DR. J. II. SCHINCI.
Ap17.'69-ly. 15 JV. tikSt.. PJtU . T
T J. C U N N I N G II A M,
J . A ITORNRY AT Utf.
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer,
TYRONE. BLAIR COI'STT, PA.
special attention given 'o the collection of claims.
Tyron, Pa , January 27. 18S9 tf.
J) R. B. C L A R K'S
CELERRITE-B
F E MALE P I L L S,
FOB SALE T
Boyer k Shaw and Hartswiek k Irwin,
Clearfield, Pa.
Aug i.'69-ly Retail Price, $1 50 per package.
CLEARFIELD ACADEMY.
The First Eession of the next Scholastic yea
of this Institution, will commence on Monday,
the tith day of September, 1869.
Pupils can enter at any time. They will ba
charged with tuition from the time they enter te
the close of the session.
The course of instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical and accom
plished education of both sexes.
The Prinoipal having had the advantage ef
much experience in bis profession, assures pa
rents and guardians that his entire ability and
energies will be devoted to the mental and moral
training of the youth placed nnder his charge.
Tbrms or TriTtos :
Orthography, Reading. Writing and Primary
Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) 35 60
Uraminar, Geography, Arithmetic, and Utste
rv. S,00
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration
Snrvevins. Philosonhv. Phvsioloev. Chemistry
Book-keeping, Botany, and Physical Seogra
phy. $90
Latin, Greek and Freneb, with any ef the a
bove branehes: $13. it
Music. Piano, (SO lessons ) 9K.00
CFKo deduction will be made for absence.
For further particulars inquire ef
Ret P. L.HARRISON, a. m.
July 31 . 1S67. Priaeipai.
MISS II. S. SWAN'S, School far GirU,
Clearfield, Pa.
The Fall Term of twentv-two weeks will com
mence on Monday, Septembers, 18(9.
terms or Tcmea.
Reading Orthography, Writing. Object Lea
sons. Primary Arithmetie and Primary
Geography, per half term, (of 11 weeks), St W)
History. Local and Descriptive Ueograpey
with Man Drawing. Grammar. Mental
and Written Arithmetie, 6
Algebra and the Sciences. M
Instruction in Instrumental Musie, It 09
Oil Paiotir-, 12 t
Wax Work. 8
For full particulars send for Circular.
Clearfield. August 25, lS69-3m t
B
A CON. Hams. Sides and Shoulders nt reduced
prices, at jn'j.-a. 'r- o.
P
RUNES a quantity on hand and for sale at
.u J ........ ... v
s
ADDLES. Bridles, harness, collars e., for
saleat MEKKELLA BlliLttt 5
OALT' SALT!: A prime article of ground a
O um salt, pat cp in paten t lacas. for saleehea
at tne ttcieor . aioasvc
BARGAINS!
Flour in Barrels or Sacks.
One car load of Salt.
Coffee" by the Bag or Pound.
Sugar by Barrel or Pound.
Choice Teas in Chests or sin
gle Pound.
Choice Syrups by Barrell or
Gallon,
Mackerel ar.d other Fish by
Barrel or Dozen.
Ten tons Rye Chop, Corn and
Oats ami- other 1 eed.
I will sell the above from two to five
per cent, lower than goods of the
same quality can be botrght
in Clearfield Town.
ALEXANDER IRVIN.
crsarfield.rSep. 29.1869.
FALL OPENING !
ARNOLD k HARTSHORN,
Curicensville, Penn'a.,
Have just opened a large and most' complete stock
OF DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS,
HATS AND CAPS,
)OOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE,
QUEENS W A R' E,
GROCERIES,
BACON, SALT, ic.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AS TO
QUALITY AND PRICES.
AH kinds.ofLumber and Produce taken in ex
change for goods.
Give us a cairbefore purchasing else
where.
ARNOLD k HARTSHORN.
Curwensville, Sept. 22, 1869
NEW FALL GOODS
JUST OPEXED AT THE
BANNER SHOE AND HAT STORE
or
J. K. P. LIGHTCAP,
Market Street. Clraifitld, Pa.
All grades of coarse boots for Men,
Youth and Children.
All styles of Hats and Caps for every
body.
Ladies work made a speciality in this
store.
Call early and be suited.
OUR MOTTO:
Q UICK SALES A SMALL PR OF1TS.
Place : Next door to Adams' Express
Office.
Clearfield, Sept. 22. If 69.
18G9. SEPTEMBER. 18G9.
NEW GOODS!
BETTER STYLES!
LOWER PRICES!
We are just opening a large nd com
plete stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS,
embracing a full line of
DRISS GOODS. NOTIOA'S,
PAISLET, WOOLEN AND ZEPHYR SHAWLS,
FINI FLANNKL6
for Underwear, Dresses, Capes, Ae,
TRIMMINGS, of all kinds,
ALEXANDRES' KID GL0VB9,
(superior to JovinsO
ZEPHYR AND W0R8T1D,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS, HATS, CAPS, FURS,
Ac. Ac, Ac.
Having selected onr stock with the greatest ear,
buyers will find a deeided advantage
in calling.
Having made arrangements with an Importing
House, country dealers will be supplied
with Zephyr at New Yore and
Philadelphia jobbing prices.
WM. REED k CO.
Clearfield, Sept. 22, 1869.
T K. B O T T O R F'S
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
MARKET STREET. CLEARFIELD, FEMX'a.
Negatives made in cloudy as well as' in clear
weather. Censtantfy en band a good assortment
of Frames. Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views.
Frames, from any style of moulding, made to
order. (dec. 2.'68-jy. 14-6-tf
gEMOVA L-G UN SHOP
The undersigned begs leave-to inform his old
and new customers. and the.publio generally
that he Mas fitted up a new" 11N SHOP, on the
lot on the corner of Fourth and Market streets
ClearOell Pa., where he keeps constantly or
hand, and makes to order, all kinds ot un
Also, guns re bo red and revarnished. and reraired
neatly on short notiee. Orders by mail will re
ceive prompt attention.
June 9, 1869. JOHN MOORE
rpiIE LEONARD HOUSE,
(Near the Railroad Depot),
Reed Street, Clearfield, Ta.
G. D. GOOD FELLOW : : : : : Proprietor.
A new first class Hotel in every respect com
fortable rooms all the modern improvements
the best of Liquors promptatten.lance. and rea
sonable charges. The patronage of the public is
respeotfully solicited. jy-21-tf
J9 P. K K .A T 2 E R,
Clearfield, Tenn'a,
i
Dealer in Dry Goods. Dress Soods. Millinery
Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Stone
wore, Clothing, Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps, Flous.
Bacon, Fish, Salt, etc., is constantly receiving aew
supplies from the cities, whjcb he wiH dispose oi
at the lowest market prices, to ewstoniere. Belose
purchasing elsewhere, examine his stock.
Clearfield. August 29, 1867.
c
LOTHIXGl CLOTHING!!
GOOD AND CHEAP H!
Men, Youths and Boys can beuplpied with full
suits of seasonable and tushionabie clothing at
RKIZENSTEIN HKOS' CO.,
where it ia sold at prices that will induce theii
purchase. The universal satisfaction which ha
l.een given, has induced them to increase theit
s'ock, which is now aot surpassed by any estab
iishment of the kind in this part of the Slate.
Reizenstein Bro's St Co.,
Sell guods at a very small profit, for easb;
Their goods are well made and fashionable.
They give every one the worth of bis money
They treat their customers all alike.
They sell cheaper than every body else.
Their stOTe is conveniently situated.
They having purchased their stock 1 1 reduced
price tbey can sell cheaper tl an ethers
For these and other reasons persons should buy
their clothing at
REIZKXSTEIN BKO'S A CO.
Produce of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. May 18, 1864
JJEW SPRING STOCK!
J. SHAW k SON.
Have just returned from the east and are now
opening an entire new stock of goods in the room
formerly occupied by Wm. F. Irwin, on Market
Street, which they now offer to the public at the
lowest cash prices.
Their stock eonsists of a general assortment of
Dry Goods. Groceries, Queensware, Hardware.
Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps. Bonnets,, Dress Geods,
Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Brooms, Nails, etc.,
in fact, everything usually kept In a retail store
can be had by calling at this store, or will be
procured to order. '
Their stock is well selected, and eonsists of ihe
newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latest
styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for cash,
or exohaaged for approved country produce.
Be sure and call and examine onr stock before
making your purchases, as we are determined
tlease all who may favor ns with their custom.
May 8, 187. J. SHAW A SON.
S. L. SEED,
J. T. WEAVER
a. p. Hoop.
NOTICE. Jw
JOKES.
-V.BETTS
W. POWELL,
CLEARFIELD TLANlNG MILL
ALL RIGHT1.
Messrs. HOOP. WEAVER A CO., Proprietors,
would respectfully inform the eitiseaf of the
county that they have completely r fit Bed aid
supplied their PLACING MILL, In this Boreesg h.
with the best and latest improved
WOOD WORKING MACniNEBT,
and are now prepared te exeemte all orders 1st
their line of business, snch as
Flooring, Weatherboarding,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and
Moldings, of all kinds.
Tbeyhave a large stoek of dry lamber on band,
and will pay cash for dear s'.uff, one-and-a-half
inch pan nel plank preferred fNv 6. '(IT.
R E M OVAL
IIARTSWICK & IRWIN,
DRUGGISTS,
Market St, Clearfield, Pa.
We bee leave to inform our old and new custo
ms. -s. that we have removed our establishment to
the new building just ereeted on Market street,
nearly adjoining tbe Mansion House on tbe west,
and onnosite Graham A 8ons" store, where we re
spectfully invite the publio to come and buy their
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI
CINES, OILS. PAINTS 4- VARNISHES.
Our stock of Drugs and Medioinesoonsist of every
thinr used, suleoted with the greatest care, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE!
We also keep a full stock of Dyes, Perfumeries
SoaDS. Tooth Brushes, Hair Brush
es Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind of
Brushes. We have a la' ge lot ot
White Lead, Turpentine,
n. ..! Oil. Paints, and in fact everything ased
in the painting business, which we offer at City
priees to easn uuyers.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
OnfeetionerT. Spices, 'and tbe largest stock of va
rieties ever offered in this plane, and warranted
to be of tbe best tne market affords.
J. G. IIARTSWICK,
Dee.2,lS68. JOHN F. IRWIN.
FOR SALE,-
White Lead', Zibe Paint, Linseed Oil. Turpentine
Varnishes oP all kinds, Colors, in oil and
dry, Paint and Varnish brashes.
HARTSWICK A IRWIN,
Clear field. Pa -M b.'M.
o. n. rcLLKRTOsr. : ; ; r w. m. mYhsxso
NEW FIRM!
FULLERTON' & McPlIERSOX,
Keep Constantly on band Fresh Meau. such as
BEEF, VEAL. MUTTON. Ktc,
FRESH jlSH,
All kinds of Vegetables,- in season,
CANNED FRUITS',
BUTTER, LARD, Etc.,
Which they will sen at' the lowest markef price.
Cash paid for Cattle, Butter, etc.
ROOM ON MARKET ST.,
Clearfield. Pa -May 12 Y9
A. P. SOTS TO. :
; e. . rouse
B0YNT0N & YOUNG,
Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets,
CLEARFIELD, PA.,
Ann ACTcnras or
STEAM ENGINES,
Mulay and Circular Saw Mills,
HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS,
SHAFTING. PULLEYS, BOLTS,
and all kinds of Mill work.
STANLEY PARLOR STOVES,
COOK STOVES,
Heating Stoves, Sled Shoes, Plows,
and eastings ef all kinds.
DEALERS IX
Giffards' Injector, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles.
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cnps, Gauge foeks.
Air Cocks. Globe Valves. Check Valves,
Wrought Iron Pipe, Steaa Pumps,
Boiler Feed-Puraps, Anti-friction
Metals, Soap Stone Packing,
Gam Packing, Ae.. Ac,
December 9, 1883-tt
J. I. GRAHAM.
E W. GRAB AH. : A. A. SI1E1S.
NEW FIRM!
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS,
WHOLESALB AND RETAIL DXALRR8
in all kinds of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Queees
ware, Wood and Willowware, Flour,
Bacon, Fish.Salt ete.. Market St.,
CLEARFIELD, PA.
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets. Silks Cobnrgs, Alpacas,
Merinos. Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ging
hams, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, San
shades, Handkerchiefs Kid and
Other Gloves. Hosiery. Balmo
rals, Hoop-skirts, and a
genets variety of rib
bons, trimmings,
Buttons, Braids, etc., at the lowest prices.
FOR GENTLEMEN
Tbey have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and
Fancy Cassimeres,Sattinetts, Tweeds, Mel
tons, Water-proof Cloth, Silk, Satin
and common Vestings, etc., ia
great variety, aad at priees
that will give general
satisfaction to bayeis.
ALSO,
A general assortment of Ready-made Cloth
ing. Hats and Caps, Beets and Ehoes,
Hardware and Queensware, a good
Stock, Wood and Willowware,
and a full stock of Groceries.
IN FACT,
GRAHAM A SONS tell all articles that ara
usually kept in a well-regulated eoantry
store, and hence tbe people generally
will find it to their advantage to
buj goods of them.
Grain and eoantry produce tax en
exchange for Goc is.
An. 2S-'B9
PLASTER. Nova Scotia Land Piaster. and Cal
eined Plaster, for sale at J. P KRATZEE 8
H
0RPE-BH0E8, and horse-nails, to be had at
ASg.Z.i. ME.ri.rir. 11. a m"""1
HARNESS. Trimmings, and .Sboe-findings for
sal, at MERRELL A BIG LEU 3.
s
PRING GOODS. Just opening a splendid stock
of new goods at g.ASAH..w
ptTRE BUCK LEAD, equal jn quality to
English wriite It-ad ;' Oils. I'aiuM ard
Varnishes of all kinds; Gold leaf in books are)
bronxes. for sale by A. I. tlA T.
Clearfield . October 23, 1S6T:
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE SALE. -
..T.h1 drigned offers at private sale th"o nn'
divided one half, or the whole of the Bali Ht!l
Property, in Girrd township, CrearfieU eo , P.
Said property contains about FIFTKEN HV$
DRED ACKLS of land, well timbered with Pine,
Hemlock and Oak'. A good STEAM SAH !ILL.
fifty horse power, with capacity to eut 20.060 t'ett
per day. is erected thereon. A'lso, a Picket. S'hiu
gle and Lath Mill connected The machinery is
comparatively new and ia good order.
Persons wishing to purchase can receive fo--ther
ii.ferroalion in regard to price. Ac , by call
ing on JOHN H. FULioRB, Clearfield, Petit a.,
ALtX IRVIN, on the premises, or the under
signed. Aug. lV,189-Sm. JAMES IKYi:J. Sen.
QI GARS AND TOBACCO.
ADOLPH SCHOLrP,
MAXtfr-ACTCRER AXD WboLESALB AX R STJfc
Dealer r Cigars ab Tobaccos.
CLEARFIELD. PA..
Would reSSMIhllTinnnnn.. .1,-. V. v ,
.- u ubs rercov-
ed to tbe large and commodious store-room on-
... .u .wuu utilise, oecona Mreet. where
he has nncneH a nr. I .h,... f . .
- - . . """"'.h. i iohsceo,
LlfljarS.etfl. vbtrhh.il nr..,....l ,....tl ,.- i.
or retail, at reasonable prices.
xi is cigars are made or tbe rery best aateriiT.
and in style of manufacture will compare with
those of any Mher establishment.
He Bras al... k.. . : .
chewing and smoking tobacco, to which he di-
- w .i.tuuuu ui "iDTerroi tne weed.
Merchants and Dulan ihm., k. .. ..-
supplied at tbe lowest wholesale prices.
Call and examine bis stock when yoa some to
Clearfield. Jiai II Isll
rpiIE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
OP prrrsBCRGH.
Incorporated the Ltgitntnrt of Vajiuvs'ffX'ia,
January. 24. t1. for the
!5afe keeping ef Bonds wad other Securities.Gold
and Silver, Silver Plate. Books Records. Dia
monds, and valuables ef all descriptions, unoer
guarantee, sad for the Kenfing of Safes, in its
Uurglar Proof Vavlts. Building and Office, No.
rv! Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa
CJt'ARAXTEE BATES.
For a year or less
- perivd.
Gov t ard all other eoupon secu
rities, including bank bills, 91 per l,we
Gold coin or bullion, 1 25 per 1 ,00
Silver coin or bullion, 2 00 aer 1.000
Silver or Gold plate, wnder seal. on
owner's estimate of full value,
mi rate subject to adjustment
for bulk, on a basis of 1 00 per 1000
Deeds, Mortgages, Valuable Papers gcaerally,
when of no fixed valne, 91 a year each, or ac
cord ng to bulk. Wills. S5.which premium cov
ers tbe remainder of tbe life of the maker. Cash
Boxes or small tin boxes, for papers of Bankers,
Capitalists Merchants. Lawyers. Tradesmen. Fam
iles, Ae., will be received at 525 each box or trunk
per year, or they will be insured for tbe full a
mount. the contents being known, at above rates.
No charge less taaa one dollar. The company is
also prepared te rent small iron safes, (each iur-
nisned witn a tin box) inside us burglar proof
vault, tbe renter exclusively holding the key
thereof, at tbe following rates, vis Sl , 2J. S3".
S60. 875, and SUM per annum. Also, to Store
Books. Aonount Records, Valuable Title Papers,
etc.. at reasonable rates.
Officers. President. William THUds: Vice
President. Henry Lloyd; Directors Wm. Philips,
nenry iiuTa, nui. r.ea, ttm. M l.yoo. J ties I.
Bennett. Byren H. Painter. Jovorh U. Mor.ison.
George Black. Curtis O. Uussev : Seeretarv and
Treasorer. S. F. Von Bonnbnrst 5tp a 3m.
pURXITURB ROOMS.
Desires to inform bis old friends and easterner
that, having: enlarced bis shot) and increased Lis
facilities for manufacturing, he is now pnpared
to make to order sueb furniture as may be Mur
ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash. Be
mostly has on band at his -Faintnre ttooms,
a varied assortment or furniture, ameng whieb Ie
BUREAUS A.1D SIDEBOARDS.
Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centre, Sofa. Purler,
iSreaKlast and lining extennea Jsfclss.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jsta-
ny-ijiiia and otner jjed teaas.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. f ORK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-KTA5DS, Ae.
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parier Chairs;
And common and other Chairs.
LOOKING-GLASSES
Of every description on hand, and new glasw; fcr
old frames, wbicb will be pat ia -a very
iwuosable terms, onrhurt notice.
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order. Hair,
i. i. tl : i r . ir.u
VUl 11 -m Jiutf Mill bUltlia tup JUMIUCWH.
COFFIN'S, OF EVERY KIND.
Made to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, House painting done to order.
The above, and many other articles are furnished
to customers aheap forCAsaor exchanged for ap
proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar,
Lin-wood and other Lumber sellable for the butt-'
ness. taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember tbe shop is on ftlarxet street, Uleas.
field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew (store."
December . JUHH Ht'KI.IUH
NEW FIRM
NEW GOODS,
AT
LOW PRICES!
NEW SPRING STOCK
AT TBI
KEYSTONE STORE!
DRESS 0OOB8,
Trimmings and nations ia great variety.
WHITE GOODS,
Stamped Geods, Hosiery aad Gloves.
Corsets and Skirts,
Ladies Shawls and Coats, new styles,
STRAW GOODS,
Flowers, Ribbons, Ae.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Window Sbsdes aad fixtures.
Ladies' and Children" Shoes,
WALL PAPER. WALL PAPSR,
Carpets, and Oil Cleths.
HATS AND CAPS,
Prints, Muslins, Ginghams, Tickings, Cot-toaadcs-Cassimerea,
Tweeds, As:, As:
Cheaper than the cheapest.
Jane Ifi, '69. D. G. NIVLIN9.

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