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ipe affemcttt's gonruaf, kaxfieb, &a., cfoficr 20, 1869.
'"SSlELn. pZoCT 20, 869. - .., -To icsue the safe transmission ' hvir.a:I pitrons should reef, by check I . orbttTe their letter-) reeister-d. " i, t'e eoulo,-t 1 in the fir.l paper after " T.,-. an! Clearfield Sailrca. . .'"leaT-TrnM : : : 9.00ra C'eVSell at : :12.H. p.m. ., , A7i leave Clearfield : : : 2.30 p m. '.-A ""Tyrone at : : : : 5.35 prn. -. wi'h Cincinnati Express East at 6 t'J CeCr Vai-- ati 14 ?' m : Ea1,1 a;;!e KX" '-i!,a::"'P-m- , . m . 7 no A. . 9 10 a 3 40 p. M. 5.45 p. M. ..., Pivine services will beheld Vt,a-h i Clearfield, a f-.llows: wsgv j',r' Butler." in the Presbyterian t. ii nii.it e n'l evening, nl- k!-v H". H. PiU, in the Mettolist ,Wch "liruini? and evening. Sabhath Xd 'at 9 A. M. ,1'rnyep met. ting, every f ;r.t Sal'.tvh of every month at 10 A. M rvi.vinSt. Andrew, Lpis.'oiva! church oif Tu-.-.-day evening-, at 7 o chick, beats KranrL.' church-Mas- at 10J A. M.. ,Lp iocond and luurth Sui.davs ot each ir,":i:h. . . F.-ragovd article and a neat fit, go to the lioeiMoreof J. K. P. Lishtcap, Mar vel street. If you want a good hat or cap latest ,..,;eJl) to the list Store of J. K. P. Ijiiifan. Market street. IJiMiTsand Shoe at greatly reduced pri If you don't believe it. call and see for v :ti!-v!.'t;-i. at the Banner Shoe Store of -7. K. P. Lighrcap. T:'K J u hi Ice devotions, conducted by the Her. It- Pliflon, of Allegheny L'iiy. will I-,-E;! next Sarday in St. Francis' Church. O-t. Ci'.V.'.t. K. O Bbamoas, Pastor. Til" Statu Normal School, at Edinhnro, i-ihe host pHce for the young people of W-:ern Pennsylvania to obtain an educa tion. P- .U aiit-iais are surpassed by no fitiuhr institution known to us. The cheapest and best. as wll e the most pnpn'ar and successful Da.-inos College in this coiintry. is tlie Iron City C'dlepi? of Pit:sl tirli. Pa. It. graduates now number ui-aaids of sixteen thousand. For Circti birs tratirg terms. Ac, address the Princi j :i!s. Stuitli & Cowley. Itt.m Now that Mr. II. Rci'din has Inn ret It! tel burouiih Constable, we fiel a-i-utt d ti.at he will show his graiiiuleto l.i many eonstir.ieiits by the speedy rem -v-! .i" ibnt old stump o" Third street. Scarce ly .ii? p.iis that bor-en are nut frighten ed by '.hi unii.r!it'y nuisance. A Pav.HNT. A!'x. Irwin. Jr, of Pal i Ji lV' ti Satnrday l.i-t.sent u a lot of Sweet j..ti:ir. of his ytsn raNin.?, wliich wre lsrer thn any nf th? eastern potatoes so! 1 iii'.ur tnsrket t'uii si.uvia. We rjturn hiui our tlinks for the present. This ezperi-iii-nt of Mr. Irwin's (Icin in-tratcs the fact '. t swoct potatoes of the best quality can ' ni-tj ii this ervinty. with piMper care r.i 1 culture. 'rLTro:;-u.iM;:cA!. IIvr-iiitT for the week f we Sjitiiiiiav. O'.ti-l cr If'rh. I ;".'., as fvrni-ht-d by I'.. Fcnt'!i. K-., ol Pcnn tp. : Miximii'ii ol tin ::l'.: mi'ier. ."ijoi.Ocl. llih: M!iiiti:".u:. on O-t. l'Vh; Me.ui, from iliri'e ilii'y o' sc-cai sens 7 a. m. and '1 and 5 p. in. M-.-an of I ammeter 2S.0O. Haiti !Vl! darins week .ITS of an inch. Cool it.7 an! f rusty nights with cioudd anil b;iu .-Imwcri". Robkrt in TvanNE. On Tuesday night, V;oi.-:r i;h. 'Ir; h ai-e of" Jilin Adair, in lyr.tr.e. was entered by nrg'ar, who went in., the r.oiii wiieie !r. A iair and his wiie 'e !cepi:ii;. and tok a watch, which was lwi. on h ";:ni in the io;ni. and th pants and rest of Mr. Adair. The vest was after-wjrd- f.unl in a neithbur's yard and the nis in the new house of Mr. John McKiu tiy. A pocket book eoiitairiing f 2'J was in the pints. Accident. Several days since, we were iiiijruie l tii.tt. on Octolier 5th, Mr. James I'j:;er-ij:i, of M.jrris toTnhip, was severely I art !.y falling of a limb, while ena.i;ed ii ouiting a tree, in Pccatur township the h na strlkitiif him on the sid of the bead -.d ii'-e. auJ .fracturing both the jaw and - . II -was wo: king on G. "V. Hurkios' t.!i,t. r i i'r, n the tiine of the auoidsnt. L--:!,i i ;!.f injuries proved faial or not, c have no information. A Ci riiiN. The loiiowinj;, from an ex-fharjr-'. i worthy the notice of our leaders: i'Oi k pe.ii!. is and itinerant venders of itin erant warrs are unusually plenty in our i". just now. Qui:e a nuuiber of our ex- '-""is'- arr cautioning their readers against iii.;-Tt:ii.-iijjs any of these gentry, asert S in many cases they are housebreak r.d burelars who a lopt this method of f.ii:iig r...-vs to house, and thereby aseer ta n where a good "haui" can lie made. I!. y bear har;. watching at all events. ThKre-uin game of P.ase Cad, between l r Chi'ieicclarnouse if this place, and the 1' 1 A Ufj iy of Pennfi-.ld, was played r'i;l.e lT' rids of the latter, at Pennfield, Th-jrsday. Octot.er 14th, which, as the f '' i ; score wid indicate, resulted in fa ' r 'f th.; ( .'iiiu,-k. This is the best game ' have played ibis season although the tii.v was a very uufavuraLle one, being cold -id rainy : ' Ou nvn ROCGR k RE!T. 0. R F C. Bowman. I- f 4 2 A Ksenkruos. p. I 4 ii Woodward, c t 3 2 W Lmb, r. f i 0 .1. Radebugh. s 4 0 M l.ucore, I b 3 3 J. l.ucore, c. 3 2 A.Hlis. 2 b. 4 1 F.Hewitt, 3 b. 3 3 H I. V. A W alters, p 2 T LI 1 T ' rilror. 4 . V .! i.i,n. 1 b 5 ' l-vln. 2 b 3 1 F Hi. 3 fc. , ( K ' ui,st..D.l f 2 ' l;ui::5. c. f 2 L Juhnston.r f. .t 27 30 Total 27 17 MARRIED : . Tue.Jay, Oct, 5th, ISO, by Rer. J. ": -lcCallouuh, of Phila., at the residence )'' ilie '.ride s fU-her, in I'hila., Mr. Wm.C. '"ix. of Burnside, Clearfield Co., and U "s AsmbC. Hoar. i. Tue day, (etoU'r 12th, 1W.9, by Rev. leruson, Mr. Edwari LiViNiSTON o4 Mis? Frank BARU.all of Curwenstille. CLEARFIELD COUNTY ELECTION RETURNS OFFICIAL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1869. 'iovernor. DISTRICTS. Beeearia, Bel!, Bioom, lioi'g", Hradi'jrd, Brady. Bjrr.siile, 'het, Clearfield, Covington. Curwensville, Decatur, Fergnson, Girard, Goshen, Graham, Guelieh, Huston, Jordan, Karthaus, Knos, Lawrence, Lumber City, Morris. New Washington, O'ceola, Penn, Pike, I'nion. Wodward, Totals, Majorities, Clearfield Retail M'arsets. CoaascTEn ar R. Mossop. Sep 7, 1S69. Arples. dried. Ib, Apples, green, ba, Applebuttur, ga!, Huttcr. ib. Peef. fresh Ib, Heef. drictl. HucKwheat biub. I!ucwhcm Sour ! P.ear. bu, itord, pnr M, Cum sbeilitd, frurs. '- uie:il. Chop. rje. miTe'l, I'heee. lb. Cherries. Ib. r'hiekeni. dressed, r'luur.bhl. S 16 Hay. ton. Sii no 1 00 Hams. Ib, 25 1 00 .hou!der, " 17 40 si,. " 20 12 Lard, ih. 2i 25 Oats. bu, 75 1 00 Onion. ' 1 50 ib. 4 Porn, lb, 15 2 00 mess, bhl. 37 00 15 00 Tntatucs. b.i, I 00 1 25 Plaster, bbl, i 50 60 Peaches, dried, lb, 19 S no live, bush, 1 -40 3 25 Rags. ib. 3 2 s Salt, per eack, 3 00 25 .Shingles, Is in. 00 19 2riin. 12 0(1 ,1b. 21 Timothy feed, bu, 5 00 20 Wheat, bu, 1 7 50 Wool. lb. 45 Closing Quotations of Govcrcm't Securities. JA M K S T. B R A I Y A CO., $:irmsir to .S. Jun't Co ) CORXKR Or POIUTH iSD WOOD &TRECTS. Pitt-sburg Aug. 21. 1So9. UT 'sell 1 , .'3' j 5-20s. Jan. "6 . 12"! i2-'.i 5 2iis..!ul '6 122j 22i i.Iune. 7 XDs, UV.,80ll. . 12''f' 20 12'i I2e loyj loai COLD V. S u... 1SS1 5 2 1-2, 5-208 I Sti i , 5 2.1s. Is05, M 40s. 12ij I2li Muly. 7-.i0.-i, lO'.ij ln'jj 1 2 ; J 1 2! j ; M ay Cmp. t"5.1 1 4 414! 1 14; ;l Aug.Cniup.'fi.i 1 Us ; 5.2'JS. .Tn.'fi5. 124 12llli Sent.Coiup."6.").l I ft III S-2s. Jul. sfi5. 12'il l2iSie' Corop . 'fi.i.lKJ'llri We lire lior pnnveTicfj 7 K'l of IheJjnjand Jnlj sr:es ii.to (iol 1 Coupon 5 20 herds of IS" i'-7 SPECIAL NOTICE. SciCitcc's Pulmonic Syrup, Seeweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills.will cure Con sumption. Liver Complaint and Jyspe-.ia. if ta icrn according lo diiections. They are all three to be taken at the same time Thjy cleanpe the Mnm.icb. relax the liver, and put i to work ; then the appetite IwfoniM g.iol the fool digest and lllllke joojI blood, ihe patient bigins t gme in fl"h the diseased n.atter ripens In the I ng.nd tiie i-Mtipiit outgrows the d:sH?e and -rets wcil. This is the oi:!j a; to cure the cei.euuiption. To the.-e three medicine's Ir. J. tl. Schenck. of Pb!!i.'le' hi.i. owes his uniivalleJ :ieee in the treatment of pulmonary consumption The PuN ironic Sj ra p ripei'S the mnibid mstter in the lungs, n iture throws it off t.y an c isy rxpce'ora tion fer when the phleum er matter is ripe, a slight couh will throw iti.ff. and tho patient hs rei and thta lungs besin to heal To d this, ihe sVs ecd Tor.ic and Miadr ike Pills must be frfly u?ed to rle-iTitu Ihe stonueh and liver so that the Pulmonic Syrup a-id the food will make good blood. Liver Complaint is one of the most prominent causes of Coiisu-nprion cheie-k's Seaweed Ton ic if a gentle. 'ni.u!iit and alterative, and the !ka!i in the StaBttd, which this preparation is mail nf. as-ists the rt.imaeb to throw out the gas trie juice to dissolve the food with the Pulmonic S-rup end it ismadeinto good blood withoutfer-uTeuta'U-n or souring in the stomach The arreat reason w hy physicians do not cuie corsmnpiion is tbey try to do too much ; iheygive tneJieine to stop the cough, to stop chills, to stop night sweats, hectic fever, and by so doing they derange the wii,.le itigcstive powers. locking up the secretions and eventually the p:tt;ent sinks and dies. l)r. Schenck. in bis treatment, does net try to stop a cough, night sweats chills'or fever. He move 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 ihroat. unless tLe liver and stomach are made healthy. ff a person hasconsumption. of course tha lungs in some way ore diseased, either tubercles, ab scesses, bronchial irritation, pleura adhesion, or the lungs are a miss of inflamation and fat de caying. I u such cases what must be done? It is noi only the lungs that are wasted. but it is the wholo body. The stomach and liver have lost their power to m.iko blood out of food. Now the only chance is to takeSchcnck's three medicines, whi'.-b will bring up a tone to tha stomach, the pa.-icnt will begin want food, it will digest easily and mike good blood ; then the patient begins to paiu in flesh, and as soon as the body begins to grow, the lungs beg n to heal up. and the patient gets fle.-,y and well. This is the only way to cure consumption. When there is no lung disease, and only liver complaint ,md dyspepsia, Schenek's Ifeaweed Touicar.d .M itel rake Pills are sufficient without the Pulmonic Syrup. Take the Macdraka Pills freely in all bilious complaints, as they are per fectly harmless. Dr Schenck. who has enjoyed uninterrupted healih'for mar.y years past, and now weighs 225 pounds, was wasted away to a mere skeleton, in the very last stage of mlmonary consumption, his physicians having pronounced his Case hopeless Hiid abandoned huu to bis fate. He was cured by the nforesaid inedicines.iind since his recovery many similarly afflicted have used lir. Scbenek s preparations with the same remarkable success. The directions accompanying each, make it sot absolutely necessity to see Dr. Schenck. unlets the patients wish their lungs examined, and for this purpose ho is Professionally at his Principal Office. Philadelphia every Saturday, where all letters for advice must be addressed. He is also professionally at No :i2 Rond Street. New York, ever other Tuesday-and at No. 35 Hanover St.. Hoston. every oihcr'WednesJay. He gives advice free, but for a fhorough examination with his Hesr.irometor the nriee is 55. Office hours at eaoh city from 9 A. M to S P. M. Trice of the Pulmonic Pyrup and Seaweed Ton ic each SI 50 per bottle, or S".50a balf-doien. Mandrake Pills 25 cants a box. For sale by all druggists. b DR. J. H. SCHENCK. Ap. 7.V9-ly. 15 'V- ithSt.. I'hil a. Pa t OST On Thursday evening September AJ 30th. 1S69. on the public road between Isaiah Caldwell's and U. Humphrey's, a NKW V-LACK CLOTH OVERCOAT. Any person find ing the same will receive a liberal reward by re turnlngit to the undersigned, in PiKe township, or addressing him by letter. E. A. nOOVER, October 13. lsf9-2t. Curwensvil le. Pa. A DMINISTRATOR S NOTICE Let ters of Administration on the estate of Robert Thompson. Sr . late of Lawrence township, deeeued. having been granted to the undersign ed, notice is heroby given that all persons in debted to said estate are required to make im mediate payment.and those having elaims against the tame will present them properlv authentica te.! for settlement to SIMON THOMPSON, Oct. IS, lfl9-6?p. Administrate. Surcme Judge.; Assenddy. Treasurer. .i , . , , , . , -I, i , i I. r : W . 3 w . I O --- ti i . - : - ? s i 116 W) , 117 97 116 101 ! 116 101 j 115 102 ! 116 101 53 122 54 i 121 57 122 : 57 122 57 122 fj 57 122 26 37 i 26 j 35 2S 34 :1 25 37 26 37 26 37 43 111 i! 40 ' 110 40 107 40 106 40 107 j 40 107 57 151 ;! 5S j 14S ! CO 14S 59 14J 59 149 j 5S 150 87 32S i 80 329 10S 306 : 84 332 90 32S ; 90 329 101 91 ! 161 91 156 - 89 HI 89 158 89 j 161 89 90 98 94 96 92 95 93 95 93 95 9i 94 125 1C9 ;! 124 1H2 141 144 122 66 ' 123 161 119 165 25 97 ii 25 96 24 94 24 94 ! 24 94 24 94 74 45 fj 73 45 74 42 72 .47 ' 74 45 74 45 72 113 j 76 113 70 114 7o 114 i 70 114 70 114 33 65 1 39 65 ; 38 66 j 30 66 ' 39 66 39 63 43 46 ii 41 45 41 47 41 47 41 47 j 41 47 23 60 i 23 60 ' 23 58 ! 23 61 i 23 61 i 23 61 16 1)5 :! 15 I 106 ii 15 106 j 15 106 ; 15 106 i 15 lO 96 30 ! 94 32 I 97 29 ! 97 27 97 29 i 97 27 73 76 ,i 75 74 i 140 2 ! 69' 76 i 69 "6 69 76 41 72 jj 40 71 ' 41 71 : 41 71 i. 41 70 41 69 33 45 33 45 j 27 42 I 30 44 i 30 44 35 39 22 1(10 ! 22 TOO ! 22 107 ! 22 107 22 107 ! 22 107 100 254 ;i 99 252 ii 116 232 i 100 245 101 24C ' 100 246 25 30 ! 25 30 l! 26 27 j 25 29 25 29 ! 25 29 55 1) i 54 ISI l 55 179 ! 54 ISO ! 54 ISO : 54 10 S 45 :: 9 44 jj II 42 i 9 42 I 9 43 9 43 54 99 ;j 54 99 i' 51 100 I 53 100 j 53 100 j 53 100 54 88 ! S3 89 i 53 8S j 53 88 ; 52 89 ; 53 86 100 12S N 102 12S I 102 123 I 102 1S i 102 12S j lOU 12S 42 46 i! 41 46 i 52 34 ' 39 47 i 38 47 j 38 I 47 46 84 ; 50 82 j 46 S3 ! 4S 83 '. 4S S3 i 4S 83' . 1 , ! . 1799 ' 3015 ! 1797 29!;2 I,1 1922 2832 ! 1783 2999 177S 2994 ,j 1792 I 294 1799 i 1797 j 1922 1783 ' 1778 jj I 1792 it I 1216 1195 I' 910 1215 ' 1216 '' I 1192 . . , - - - - CAWKD LUMBER. The undersigned having Mai ted in the Luniber buaines, near Osceola, Clearfield eonnty. Pa., is now pia pared to furnUh pire boards, clear aa-panfl tuff. Ae. Pine and Hemlock bills sawed to order niid shipped on short notice. C. R. M ACOM&BR. Osceola Mills. May 5. ISoJ-tf. Clearfield eo.. Pa. "V"OTICE. For the purpose of closing up the books of the late firm of Kirk & r.encer, an immediate collection uf all oan-tsnd-ii;g accouiits is now required. The unsettled ac counts will he in my bunds for adjustment, until November 15th, 1 Si9, and tboe not settled y that time will be placed in the handsof an officer for c'.liec-ti m. II W SPKNCEK. Lumber city. October 8. 13S9. A D M I N 1 ST R ATO R S ' NOTlCK. Let ters of Administration on the estata of Catharine Whiteside, late of Guelieh tp. dee d, bavins; been granted to the undersigned, aetie is hereby given that all persons indebted to 'aid estate are required to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same will pre sent them, properly authenticated for settlement to U. W. M CL'I.LY, October 7. 1?S9 fit pd. Admistrater. DM I N ISTR ATR IXS' NOTICE. Let- -1 ters ol ters of Administration on the estate of ! Jacob S. Cole, late of Lawrence township, dee'd, having oeen granted to the undersigned, aotice is I hereov given that all persons indebted lo said es- tate sre required to ma e immediate payment. ana iaoe uatiug .-iuiuis against me miivv win presitnt tbem, nroperly authenticated, for sstlla-mi-r.t. to " 6. A. C LE. Sept. 22. lC9-0tp. Administratrix. A DM IN ISTR ATOR'S NOTICE.-1 tern of administration on the estat Let- estate of Wm Ralston, late of Morris township, deeeased, having been granted to tha andarsigned. no tice is hereby given taat all persons indebted te s iid estate aio requested to make immediate pay menf. and those having claims against the same will present theui. properly authenticated, far settlement to ALhX. R L TON, 41 Alt Y RALSTON. Octolier 6. lstVJ ltn Adajinistrators. A UDITOR'S NOTICE. Tho undersipn ed an Au-litor appointed by the Or phans' Court of Clearnel4 county, to make dis ir'lution of ionics in the hands of Cyrenus lloe and Charles 'loan. Administrators Ac of Jucob tieaihart. late of Morris towrship. dccM. to and amongst thof legally entit'el thereto. will discharge the duties ot his appointment at his uf -Pee in ClearSnld on Til II it SO AY. TH E 4lh DAY" OK N'jVliMHKR next, when and where all per sons interested may attend if Ihev Fee proper. Oct l3.'H9-:?t- 1 L . KRKHS. Auditor rpIIE 1 Tl HE WONDERFUL LINIMENT. some yeais past. as a fa:ni'y medicine by the pro prietor, and its good effects coming to the netioe of bis neighbors, has. at their suggestion, coa sented to mauufscture it for the benefit of the af flicted everywhere. It is the best remedy fcr Ca'.irrh and itilliouj CBolio. ever offsrel n the public; and will cure many other diseases in the human body. 1 1 is also a sure cure for Pole evil and Wind-galls in horses Directions for its use ae.-mpany each bottle. Price. SI per bolile. or six bot'Ies for 55. Sent to any address by enclos ing the price to WM. H" WAiiONF.it Hurd Postcffise, Oct. 6. 1863. Clearfield conrty, P. T EG ISTER'S NOTICE. Notica ishere by given that the following accounts have been examined and passed by me and remain filed of record in this office for the inspection of heirs. legatees creditors. and all others in anyway, interested and will be presented to the next Or phans' Court of Cearficld county, to beheld at the Court House, in ibe Borough of Clearfied commencing on the 2i Monday of November. Is69 : Final Account of A. s. Dickinson. Administra tor dr. bnm kou etna tfitamrnto aHtiixo of Julia Dickinson, late of Beccaria township, dee'd. Partial Account of Mary Mullen. Executrix of Thomas Mmlen, late of Beccaria township, dae'd, Oct. 13, "69. A. W. LEE, Register. P O. THOMPSON, -LJ MERCHANT TAILOR. No. 908 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. Especial attention is invited to this commodi ous and beautiful establishment, the extensive stock ef seasonable and desirable goods always on hand, the reputation obtained as a leader in fashions, and the great facilities possessed for the fabrication and prompt dispatch ot ail orders. Althouch eminent in the prosecution of every branch of the trade, for the particular benc6t ef the great number dissatisfied. PANTAIAtOX CU'l'TINO, a-i a yfrialitv- is announced, which is an art not obtained by imitation, bat threugh close study, experience and practice. Those desiring easy and siylish paata'oons.are invited to give this method a trial. Oct 6. '69 3m 0, YES! 0, YES!! A (J00I) FARM FOR SALE! Persons desirous of purchasing a farm, are di rected to examine that valuable property in Law reuce township, and situate at tne mouth of ( learfield creek two mites East of the Rorough of CloarGeid, and convenient to schools aad churches. The propertv contains O.Yi HUNDRED A .VJ firC.Vn" A:K US. part of which is im proved and under a high stale of cultivation the w'iole being well fenced. Coal, iron ore, and other minerals are found oc the same. The buildings consist of a good TiTO-STOR' VWELLISG HOUSE. -lbj 4S feet a GOOD B.iliy. and other convenient outbuildiags And there is growing on the premises a young bearing orchard of choice fruit trees. This property is very pleasantly situated aal being at the confluence of the creek and the river, it is a very desirable and inviting residence fer a pi-i rate family. Its position on the creak aad river also render it good situation fbr a board ing bouse during the rafting season. The west and north sides of this property being bounded by the creek and river, makes it one of the bet rafting grounds in this section, and as such yields a handsome reveaue year y The owner. Mr M. A. Frank, having perma nently settled in the wet. is the reason for dis posing of this valuable propertv. For terms, etc., ipply to S. J. ROW. October d. 1S9. Clearfield, Pa. Conncissioner. jg Auditor. Kl T IT O R N . M. D., PfiYsrciAN asd Sfrokov, havinii located at Kylertown, Pa , offers his professional services to the eiti tecs ot that place and vicinity. Sep 29-ly wm. n. ARMsriteaa. IAIISI. LEW ARMSTR N4 LI!. if. ATToaaara-iT-La w. Wrllsainsport. Lycoming Coauty, Pa. All legal business entra'ted te them will be earefally and p-oinplly attended to, Aag 4, Ct 6ia 0 N M Y OWN II O O K. Ilaving purchased the entire ftock it the old stand of Kirk Jt Spencer, in Lumber City, 1 intend carrying on the business aa hereto fore. MY MOTTO IS TO SELL CHEAP rOK CAail. Thanking oar friends and customers for past patronage I solicit a continuance ot the sunie. Sept. loth, 18(9. ISAAC EIBae. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. The undersigned offers at private sale the un divided one half, or the whole of the Bald Hills Property, in Uirard township, Clearfield CO.. Pa Said proper'y contains about FIFTKEN HUN DRtD ACKKSof land, well timbered with Pine. Hemlock and Oak. A good STKAM SAW MILL, fifty horse power, with capacity to cut 20.0HO feet per day, is erected thereon. Also, a Picket. Shin gle and Lath Mill connected The machinery is comparatively Lew and in good order. Persons wishing to purchase can receive far ther information in regard to price, tic . ny call ing on JO 11 N it. FLLFORD. Clearfield. Penn a., ALEX 1RV1N, on the premises, or the under signed. Aug. ll, 1859-3a. JAMES IRVIN, Sen. T MIE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, OK PITTSBl'Rnil. Inroryoratfd ly the Legislature of Pennsylvania, Jai"am 24. lsf.7. or th Safe keeping of B nds and other Securities. Gold and Silver. Silver 1 late. Cooks Records. Dia monds, and valuables of all descriptions, under guarantee, and for the Renting of Sales, in its Burglar Proof Yavlts. Building aad Office, No. b3 Fourth Aveiiue. Pittsburgh, Pa Gl'ARA.NTBE BATKS. For a year or less period. Gov't and all other coupon secu rities, including bank bills, SI 00 per 1.000 Gold coin or bullion, I 25 per 1,000 Silver coin or "bullion. 2 00 sar 1.000 Silver or Gold plate, under seal. on owner's e.-tnoate of full value, and rate subject to adjustment for bulk, on a basis ot 1 00 per 1000 Deeds. Mortgages, Yaluable Papers generally, when of no fixed value, S! a year each, or ac cording to bulk. Wills. $5. which premium cov ers the remainder of the life of the maker. Cash Boxes. or small tin boxes, for papers of Bankers, Capitalists Merehaats Lawyers. Tradesmen. Fam iles. Ac, w ill he received at 325 each box or trunk per year, or they w II be insured for the full a mount, the contents being known, at above rates. No charge lest than one dollar. The company is also prepared to rent small iron safes, (each fur ni.-hed with a tin box) inside iis burglar proof vault, the renter exclusively bedding the key thereof, at the following rates.vis. ; $15, 820. S30, $o0. S75. and S100 per enniiro. Also, to Store books. Account Records, Yaluable Title Papers, eic. at reasonable rates. Officers President William Philips; Vice President. Henry Lloyd; Directors Wm. Philips. Henry Lloyd. Wm. Rea, Wm. M Lyon. James I. Kennett. ISyron H. Painter. Joseph II. Morrison. George Black. Curtis ii Hussey ; Secretary and Treasurer, S. F. Yon Bonnborst iep 29 3m. LIFE INSURANCE COMPARISON. Advantage of the MUTUA L PU eesr th Return Premium Plan of STOCK COMPANIES: RATES. Return Pr'm Mutual Different Tearly A?: Plan Plan 40 SOI 65 S32 CO 45 54 20 37 30 50 75 50 , 47 CO 55 109 35 9 40 on $1,000 ei, $18 090 SS ft 5 f s 50 18 ti 169 0 Is b9 25 it 49 95 . 499 50 On the ages named the rates ef the Stock Cem pany are from 25 to 4 percent, higher th-n the Mutual rates. RISCLTS. Policv for 5.000 at I Policv in the Mutual age of 32, on the return Company same age. half premium plan of Stock , cash, half note, for !-- Companies, annual pre- 0l.ll. will cost in lOyears. mium.all cash. Sl-39 50. and no Dividend to be made. In case of death at end of 10 years, the Stock Company wiil pay the A m't of Policy S5.000 Return Premium 1.395 in cash, including in terest on notes. Si. 505 Rut the Mutual Compa ny will pay the Am t of Policy $10,080 Less Pr'm notes 500 $ 8.395 in Casu Cash 9.0 and 4 diviieeds Phowirtg that for $110 more Coth Premium the gain on the Mutual plan to the insured mem ber's family is Fifty Per Cent Should death occur at the end ot 5 years, the comparison would be Cash p'd Stock Co .597 50-p'd to ramilv5.B9T 50 -'Mutual- $735 09-" "$9,500 00 and dividend. At the are of 40, the Mutual plan for SI. SIS 40 Cash Premium will yield 9..t0 ; while the Stoek plau for 2 032 50. Cash Premium, yields S7.032. 50. Showing a gain on the mutual plan of ti, 327 50, and dividend. INSURE YOrR LIFE TN THS PENN MUTUAL, OF PHILADELPHIA. II. B. SWOOPE, Agent, Jy 14,'69-tf. Clearietd. Pa. pURE BUCK LEAD, equal inqnalty to English white lead; Ods. Paints and Yarnishes of all kinds; Gold leaf in hooks, and bronzes, for sale by A. I. SHAW. Clearfield. October 23. 1867. BOOTS' FOOTS'.! POOTS'!! The celebrated RICHARDSON BOOTS for sale, wholesale and retail, at J P. KRATZEK'3. BARGAINS! Flour in Barrels or Sacks. Ouc car load of Salt. CoiTee by the Bag or Pound. Suirar bv Barrel or Pound. Choice Teas in Chests or sin gle Pound. Choice Syrups by Barrell or Gallon. Mackerel and other Fish by Barrel or Dozen. Ten tons Rye Chop, Corn and Oats and other Feed. I will sell tlie atote from two to five per cent, lower than goods of the same quality can be bought in Clearfield Town. ALEXANDER IRVIN. Clearfield. Sep. 29,19. FALL OPENING! ARNOLD & IIARTSIIORNy Curtcensville, Penn'a. Have just opened a large and most complete stock OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS AND CAPS, ROOTS AND SHOES, IUEDWARE, QUEEN'S WARE, GROCERIES, BACON, SALT, ic. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AS TO QUALITY AND PRICES. All kinds of Lfeniber and1 Produce taken in ex change for goods. Give us a call before purchasing else where. ARNOLD i IIARTSIIORN. Corwensville, Sept. 22, 1SC9 NEW FALL GOODS JCST OPENED AT THK BANNER SHOE AND HAT STORE OF J. K. P. LIGIITCAP, Muriel Street. Cleai field, Pa. All grades of coarse boots for Men, Youth and Children. All styles of Hats and Caps for every body. Ladies work made apeciality in this store; Call early and be suited. OUR MOTTO: Q l-ICK SALES SMALL FR 0F1TS. Tlace: Next door to Adams' Express Office. Clearfield. Sept. 22. 169. 1SG9. SEPTEMBER. 18C9. NEW GOODS! BETTER STYLES !. LOWER PRICES! We are just opening a large and com plete stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, embracing a full line of DREsg GOODS. NOTIONS, PAISLEY, WOOLEN AND ZEPHYR SHAWLS, FINE FLANNELS for Underwear, Dresses, Capes. Aa., TRIMMINGS, of all kinds, ALEXANDRES' KID GLOVES, (superior to Jovins.) ZEPHYR AND WORSTED, LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISUISO GOODS. HATS, CAPS, FURS, Ac. Ac, Ac Having selected onr etjck with the greateit care, buyers will find a decided advantage in calling. Having made arrangements with an Importing House, country dealer will be supplied with Zephyr at New Tor, and; Philadelphia jobbing prices. WM. REED & CO.. CleaxSeld. Sept. 32, 1809. K. BOTTOltF'S PHO TOGRAPH OA LLER Y, aotujT strict. CLtAitntm, fcaa'j. Negatives mtde in cloud v as well aa in clear weather. Cecstantfv en band a cood" sveortsuent of Frames, fctertoscopes' nd Btereoscopio Yiews. Frames, Irons any style or moulding, nsaae te order. Idee ?. H-jy. 14-69-tf R e m o v a l g rs-snop The undersigned begs leave to inform hie old and new customers, and he public generally, that he has fitted up new GUN SHOP, on the lot on tbe corner of Fourth and .varltel streets. Clearfield. Pa., where he keeps constantly on band, and makes to order, all kinds of Guns Also, guns re bored and revarnUhed, and repaired neatly on short notice. Orders' by mail will re ceive prompt attention. June 9, ls.69. J011N MOORE. iJUIE LEONARD HOUSE, (Near the Railroad Depot), Reed Street, Clearfield, Pa. G. I. G00DFELL0W : : : : : Proprietor. A new first class Hotel in every respect com fortable rooms all the modern improvements the best of Liquors prompt attendance, and rea sonable charges. The patronage of tbe public is respectfully solicited. jy-21-tf J. P, K R A T Z E R, Clearfield, Penn'a, Dea'e? ta Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Millinery Goods, Groceries. Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Stone ware, Clothing. Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps. Flour. Bacon, Fish, Salt, etc., is constantly receiving new supplies from the cities, which be will dispose ef at the lowest market prices, to customers. L'efore purchasing elsewhere, examine his stock. Clearfield, August 2S, 1S7. QLOTIIING1 CLOTHING!! GOOD AND CHEAP!!! Men, Youths and Byscaa bonpIp?ed with full suits of seasonable and fashionable clothing at REIZENSTEI.N EROS & CO., where it is sold at prices that will induce theii purchase. The universal satisfaction which ba? been given, has induced them to increase their s'oek, which is now not surpassed by any estub lishment of the kind in this part of the State. Reizensfein Bro's k Co., FeU goods at a very small profit, for easb ; Their goods are well made and fashionable. Tbey give every one the worth of his money. They treat their customers all alike. 1 They sell cheaper than every body else. Their store is conveniently situated. They having purchased their stock ft reduced prices tbey can sell cheaper tl an others For these and other reasons persons should bay their clothing at REIZBNSTEIN BRO'S A CO. -Produce of every kind tafcen at the hTghesi market prices. May 18. 1SC4. EW SPRING STOCK! J. SHAW & SON. Have jnst returned from the east and are now opening an entire new stock of goods in the roon: formerly occupied by Wm. F. Irwin, on Market Street, which tbey now offer to tbe public at the lowest cash prices. Their stock consists of a general assortment ot Dry Goods. Groceries, Queeneware, Hardware, Roots, Shoes. Hats, Caps. Bonnets, Dress Geeds. Fruits, Candles. Fish, Salt, Broon.s, Nails, etc.. in fact, everything usually kept iu a retail store can be had by calling at this st.-re. or will be procured to order. Their stock is well selected, and consists of Ihe newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latest styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for cash, or exchanged for approved country produce. Be sure and call and examine our stock before making your purchases, aa we are determined Mease all who may favor us with their castom. May8,lS7. J.SHAW 4 SON. O. L. RICO. a. F. HOOP J.F.WEAVKR : NOTICE, w JOS IS. W. POWELL w.w.btts CLEARFIELD PLANING MILL ALL RIGHT. Messrs. HOOP, WEAVER A CO., Proprietors, would respectfully inform the citixens of the county that tbey have completely refitted and supplied their PLANING MILL, in this Borough, with the best and latest improved WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, and are now prepared te execate all orders iei their line of business, such m Flooring, Weatherboarding, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and Moldings, of all kinds. Thcybave a large stock of dry Iamberon band, and will pay cash for clear stuff, one-and-a-balf inch pannel plank preferred fNov . '67. R E M OVAL. HARTSWICK & IRWIN, DRUGGISTS, Market St, Clearfield, Pa. We beg leave to inform our old and new custo mers, that we have removed our establishment to the new building just erected on Market street, nearly adjoining the Mansion House on the west, and opposite Graham A Sons' store, where we re spectfully invite the public to come and buy their DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI CINES, OILS. PAINTS Jr VARNISHES. Our stock of Drugs and Medicines consist of every thing used, s.-leoted with the greatest care, and WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE! We also keep a full slock of Dyes. Perfumeries Toilet article.-. Soaps. Tooth Brashes. Hair Brush es. Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind of Brushes. We have a la' ge lot of White Lead, Turpentine, Flaxseed Oil. Paints, and in fact evorvtfcing used in the painting business, which we offer at City prices to cash auyers. TOBACCO AND SEGARS, Confectionery. Spices, and the largest stock of va rieties ever offered in this place, aud warranted to ba of the best the market affords J. . HARTSWICK. Pee. 2, 1663. JOHN F. IRWIN. FOR SALE, While Lesd, Zme Paint, Linseed O'l. Turr Tarnishee of all kinds. Colors, la ! dry, Paint aad Varnish: hrr$ HARTSWICK A XRWIS. Clearneld.Pa -M S.'8U O. R. FBLLERTOIf. w. a. M'rt?.s NEW FIRM! FULLERTON" & McPhERSO Keep constantly oa band Fresh licate, sack BEEF, VEAL. MUTTON, Etc., FRESH FISH, All kinds of Vegetables, ia 8C.asioZi. CANNED FRUITS, BUTTER, LARD, Etc., Which they will sell at the lowest market pric Cash paid for Cattle, B-nter, etc, ROOM ON MARKET ST., Clearfield. Pa -Msy 1 J '(,?. A- t. BOTXTOSJ. c. t. fooo C0YNT0N & YOUNG, Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets, CLEARFIELD, PA., eTASCPACTr&ERS f t STEAM ENGINES, Mulay and Circular Saw Mills, HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS, SHAFTING, PCLI EI S. E0LTS, and all kinds of Mill work. STANLEY PARLOR STOVES, COOK STOVES, Heating Stoves, Sied Shoes, Tlowr, and castings of all kinds. DEALERS IN Gi Cards' Injector, Steam Ganges. Steam Wbit!f Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Caps, Gangs Corks, Air Cocks, Globe Valves. Cheek Valves. Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pun-ps. Boiler Feed-Pumps, Ant!-frict;cn Metals, SOap Stoue Tasking, Gam Packing, Ac. Afl , DeaeiLber 9, lsSS-tf. J. B. SRABAlf . W. OBABAat. A. A. fcAl.W. NEW FIRM! JAS. B, GRAHAM & SONG, WHOLKfALB AND RETAIL DEAlEt? ia all kicJs of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Cf.s. Notions, Groceries. Hardware, Qaeeas ware. Wood and Willowware. Floar, Bacon, Fish, Salt eta.. Market St., CLEARFIELD, PA. FOR TITE LADIES They have Bonnets. Silks. Cobnrgs. Alp-s, Merinos. Wool Delaines. Lrstros. Girg hamt, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, San shades. Handkerchiefs Kid aad other Gloves. Hosiery. Balmo rals, Hoop-skirts, and a general variety of rib bons, trimmings, Buttons, Braids, etc, at tbe lowest prices. FOR GENTLEMEN They have Black and Blue Cloths. Black -r Fancy Casaimeres,Sa;tinet!s, Tweeds. .Vel tons, Water-ptoof Cloth. Silk, Sa'in ".--and common Votings, etc., ia great variety, and at pricee that' will give general satisfaction to buyers. ALSO, A general assortment of Ready-made CIotTs ing. Hata and Caps, Beets and Sb-et, Hardware and Qoeensware. a good - Stock, Wood and Willowware, and a full stock of Groceries. IN FACT, GRAHAM A SONS sell all articles that are usually kept in a well-regulated coantry tore, and hence tbe people ganeraliy will find it to their advantage to bay goodt of thaoa- Graln and eonntry prodnee taiea xehange for Gee ii. Ar I5-'9 ILASTER Nova Scotia Land PU.Her.ard Cr: cined Plaster, fur sale at I P KPATZS, , H 0RSE-SH0E9. and horse-nails, tote k. Ana- 23. Mfc.KKr.LL; m gl'JLf K f. H .R NESS. Trimmings, and Skoe-Sod'ns- ?o sale at MESRELl. PI. I.f R P SPRING GOODS. Just otteninr asplewd id -t.-ek of new goods at C. KBATZER 4 SJKS.