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'ti,-'! i- - Hi w 111 BY S. J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1870. VOL. 16.-K0. 33. 'POl . . sW. COUNTRY CHILDEEff. Li; tie fresh violets, Born in the wiliwojd; fMveetly illustrating Innocent childhood ; Shy as the antelope Brown as a berry Free a the mountain air, Hmping and merry. R!uc eye and hazel eyes I't-ep t'loni the hedges, Shaded by sun bonnets , Frayed at the edaes ; Up in" the apple tree, Heedless ot dancer, . Manhood in embryo Stares at the stranger. Out in the hilly patch, Seeking the berries Under the orchard tree, F"asine, on cherries Irani pin?.' the clover bloom 4 llotvn 'uions: the presses, J.i voice to hinder them, Iear lads and lasses ! 2 pim propriety No interdiction ; Free as the bird'.intM F.om city restrict ion ! Coining the purest blood. Strong! h'ninj; each niu.-cle, lloiinhiif health armor 'Gainst iite's coining battle! Pear little innocents! I'mrn in the wildwood ; On. tiisi ud tittle ones Hud -hcIi a childhood ! red's blue spread over them. God's k een beneath them. No swi e'er heritage Could we Veriueairi them ! A Good One. An ArWan-as judge had li-is lavs- offiee close to a ecrta in doctor's. in tact, they were separated only by a plank pirtition with a door in it. The judge was a: l is table busy with briof's and bills in Chancery. The doctor was writing a letter, rid jausing lor a moment at the word conorr.ical called out. "Judge, isn't c rj-u-i t'i? way to .-pell jtfjuinomica! ?' "Yes, I think it is," tsid the judge; "but Lore's Veb-tcr's Dictionary ; I can soon teir." lio opens the book and turn over the 1 nves, iej c.iti:;n a'oud," equinooiieid." Fin c'i the proper place, he runs bis eye an filler up and down the column two or three ti'ues. until h is thoroughly witirlie.l that tli? nord in oue-tioa was. not .there C!o, :' t) e I oi.'k a fclaio, tl.0 judge lays 1 i -jiccs on the table, and rising slowly, li,-' i'-rh. "Well, sir, I've always been it I'-::.'c! -i.s!or n: in, and I voted for him I t I'i.'m d.-:if ; I 'it any win that will write : a dlori-wiry as this". nd not pot :u i. a word i- Voii:.' Allied' in it, caii,t t 'i:v v.ite I V a ;v th:..ig here;:fte;-." . nir - mi-''t i A e are m-tit'ig au'tii: l:i l":ah, woma;i has ti'.o ballot. IV--,?!-vKuu:a .-he has the breeches. In i a-.-,. ,he isu.akiogafamous fiht for , , t '"'-'' 'ox. -Nf? lork, shehas iter I t f'i.ii Ljuso. Iii Citi'-nso, she goes lor th iiivt'i?r v:'h a cow-hide. T h a oow-hiile. Is there tsny- lUiri i'N; e-:n ' I !..Tver he tusv appi-hen -ion tnat the vul ; -; ix.vii r-. oi el-etioi: div will H-islit it'r I t o:;i tin; poi'; -tTid 'veeiti iioaine no more 1 -.itif.ii pi-trirc t!:-.t the wnuiun ?fthe 1 ': it, as 1s. foites l.i r way through fijih t :. tiuoi.s, with r, vctinjt pti; t r in it.-' I iti 1 j:i 1 a whip i.j t! e other, arid a ptick ft-.' nl' S-dait.! in her troors po.;kvt. ""in- i i the nohk'e mo les of iili Wirii ;.n,.et-r mail tu-rs. purer lawa V'Lr. "1 'iter. Marriage King." Among the Kt'Icrw hy the iloylstown hank rohhe.r a yetin. Ret slcSien who was married f.tttti't'tv. Ins etfnois lor years gome ' 'j Wi.cn on ; 7 . t . f wi i s in the ! ai:k, and i-!!;y n.tiitsittf li went to the Laok t dta.v tliertfiom finds si:fTiei--nt for a hii tiil (our. ids feelings iiiay be iiuaained a. l.e '.ern.: 1 he had no hing there. The bride de was a true wo;ii;tfj, however, and ae c p'eii the siliu;ioii bravely, saying she hid t titen !:;:a "for better or worse, and as the w e lit; 1 eorne first, she woti'd help hitn 1--t th- h ir l 'ii. " t-:i"t tho yiving utto TU'lii-r now than he va a week ago! Wi.ncvor itny he thoauht of the infa't'i i iilty of the Pope in ma'ters theological, the t-?t t let t he lias ordered tc-n thousand breech I, ,.-;;,,.r American army rifles, of the Rem i it' ii pat.-nt, m-iy bo hell to bo an evidence e? ids ini'.ihibility'as a jude of small arms. Vl-.-:e anll aro c mstru.tted on the same sys in th-; new breee!) loading rifles used in tl o Tn'iiei Pistes naval service. This eir e i::.--:itn'e. however, would go to show that tie, H. !v Father yet tiuststo other infiucn c , t':,., ii the (Tkumenical Council for tho es- !.'; -htin r,i and defense of tho Holy See. T'tiL-Truntun (X. J.) State Gazette says: "A well known clergyman of this city in fer.iis '.is that his daughter recently purchas e 1 a r-v.r green kid gloves, and that every ti'tie -lie wore them her hands have become r t-or.:-1, a is supposed, from arsenic con Utnej iu ihe coloring matter. In view of this fiet, wc should not advise 'the wearing of the green.' in the matter of gloves." A magic fluid for erasing iuk marks is be ing sold in Chicago. In consequence, the tinkers generally are very cautious in re viving and cashine cheeks that may possi bly have been altered in the amounts by the u; of that fluid, and are instructing heir customers that blue ink Ls not effected by the fluid. In the imperial palace in Vienna live, including the imperial family, and the cZicials of the court, about 2,53ft persons. Honest men upright piano-makers. EON. JOHN SCCTT. One of the best speeches made in the U. j S. Senate on the Funding Bill, was by our junior Pennsylvania Senator, Hon. John Scott. Mr. S. took the ground that the new loans proposed .to be raised tdiall be ne gotiated by the officers of the Government, and not by outside barkers at a giw-n per centage; and further that the results of the negotiations, the amount of tha debt which b negotiated and the rates for which it is issued, shall be open to the public. In the course of bis argument sustaining these positions. Senator Scott said : "It is said that at this juneiure, in this state of afhHXs, it is necessary to employ out side agents lor the purpose of negotiating the loan ot the Governrienr. 'J he employ ment of out.-ide agents is what I object to It is not the employment of agf-nts al-.ogetb-er that 1 object to. 1 do not propose to cut oil" the powers of the Secretary of the Treas ury, nor to diminish the confidence of the country in him. I propose and will zo with the Chairman of the Finance Committee in voting in this bill an appropriation er;ual to one naii oi one per cent., wutcu t. e .tcltc- lAru 1 (in.-n rT tn n i"it, if i-i r 11 !lii licin f t -. i r i'i i i but 1 iio wisli it lueorporateJ in Hie tun as a principle that th it negotiation is to be car ried on by the officers of the Governuu tr, who are aecoun table to the Government. and of whom we can have control. I do not ay;in wih to see the spectacle of a private airent called in whose tree use of printer's ink is said to have made him the great financial regulator of the country and dwarfing the Secretary along hide of him. If the Secretary of the Treasury has not now under bit c.m'ro! oiticers capable of force suiiieienr tn lake charge ot and negotiate th s loan, if he must call into fits Depart ment a more expert timi'icicr, one better ac qnairtted wifli the monetary circles of the world than any he has there now, call him in, and out of the one half per eent. ivhtdi we propose to give him, let him be paid for exciting his inlluenee ai: 1 lor puttirrg this loan on the market wherever ir is necessary ; but let him be an officer of ?he Government, upon whom we can ca'l at any time for in formation a ; to the Mate of the lonn, not a private banker, wh. may have the control of this negotiation and ell J50;).Ui"l.0titVol bonds to day and not account tq the Gt vern ment for them for two weeks or a month hence ; not a private banker who inter ested,, perhaps, in putting up and down the price of the Government securities in the market. Let him be an officer ot the Gov ernment, at-.d for every Sd.lViO of bonds sold let iht $1.0'Jgo into the Treasury on the day the sale is made." . Anotb.fr point made by Senator ?cotf,was. that i:o d;.-ired to .- the five per cent. toii is -tuken-i-tt f-tifrMwel -State. Ttrr a matter of very great importance, and inti mately connected with thej genera! prosperi ty of th country, because a nation that pays interest in rold to a fords:i! nation, is to that extent nece-fariiy imj'vei' rished. Interest its own citii-jos 1 paid oy thj G jveriiment to does nit d.'L-i';.ts.' lh ) national wealth On tins head Mr. Seott says: 'There is one other feature of tbo bill to which 1 wi.-lt to r-fer. I wi.-ii this iuan a:rd in that i believe 1 an, joiued t-y the Chaiiiuau ol the- Committee -to bo taken ui - M:tJ p'al" " .:, .... prpt.-iiiif three Uiflert nt series ot tior.ij ; at tj.w, ti'orTi la'csof intre-t,I suppo-eno , - , . . : i . . . III. TI.: . 1.; I one dnu'.ts th it n is that scries which bears tho lu:ie.-t ra.e o! inti rt-st toat will be tak t. .. .. ;..o.. . ,1... . 4.1 1. on. .1 - ... ..ii. niMiit ot I li.eiri -Tiitio i-,-:i- ( ir ,v :n j ;! Js:l,'..t1Use:rs, Air. Suttiner.J ti.n- j ?.,, i...;,. i,.n.iortv hood, rnnnititf as lone i uiif a ten iony .1.1-.- it' ifii- loi-i'7- r.-jti'si oi interest lion is ! .t: -a tio.r proposal to he. If we cm have the j rir.-'t J-i.JO.G.io.t.itfJ taken at live per eent., I j want it taken in this country l tt..sildo; i a.:d I ni l -a further ainl join th ' Chairman j and ssy I would rather see every dollar ot' it l inken l.i oi'-r own eutintry man to see one dollar of it si) abroad ; and it the whle ot it ear. Letakenl will po turther and say I woald rather psy tiO.O'lJ.i) ' ) at ho.ne to our peo ple than to send s4U.tJJii.OJJ aoroaJ to ldtrope. It would be better lor us; it i would be sounder tuilicv to do it. Th- n. tir, we need no agent for the pr-'S- l ont. because our own peopte understand it. They do not need to have it poptilariztxl ; anj if l0;. oil we have already under obli pi'ion to act for us the sixteen hundred tut Uotial banks, who by the terms of their in- tiorpontion are lnund to hee otie toe hnan ..i ii l J viiii iij.i'1.- "i in'. 1 .i 1 i.i ii iii - ail reasonable duties trevof c ist. I hus.str, we can make the experiment with our own j ..,? If ir r.-,n .tisno-n nf the fii-et iW.0JJ in on-J year, then we are just an weil on as we snotiiu tie u we in-gnn atod ita broad and paid one per cent, for the t.egotiaMon. If it were negotiated to mor row at Sve per cent, nnd one per cent, was pt.id for the negotiation, we should be better off st the nd of the year than if we were to go on piying six rcr cent f because in that point c! vi-'-.r, v.- do really pay six percent, lor this f 4J.Ui'.:i.(Mo. Let us then try the experiment w! hour on n people whether wo can fund this S 4 J IK I.O0J without outside ... ... i iii-!l aspneio nt tive per e?nt. ; and it we can do that, the s'rong probtil lltty is t hat we can fund $4y.l.000.stJ nv-re in another year.srd Movent the nccssitv of c ing abroad and hawking our credit through the money mar kets of the world." We rcsret tha t our limits preclude us from givinir nnra of th'NC extracts, or the speech in full, which would be be.ter still. The conclusion of the Sena'or's address refers very briefly, but pointedly, to a -rievanea that has operated against the business inter ests of the country, growing out of the high rate of interest heretofore paid by the Gov ernment. Mr. S."clo-cs his remarks as fol lows : "I think that what the country want, what we need, is to Kfins down tho rate of interest. Wo need it. badlv. The pavniont of high rates by the Government is cripplintr the industries of the country. The moment you go to a man to effect a loan for the pur pose of starting a factory or improving a farm the answer you have got for many years is 'I will not loan you money at six or sev en per cent.' Vhy?' 'Because I get nine from the Government ; hixin sold and three as premium on the gdd,' or, when it was the seven and three tonths loan. 'I eet seven and thren-tcnths.' While this- rate of interest on the part of the Government is kept up, either by the continuance of our loans or by the banking sysietn. private enterprise is paralyzed, and it is our duty as bsi lators to take such measures here as will reduce the interest on the public debt, and also re duco the rate of interest on tfce current bus iocM of tha country." DEFEND THE SCHOOLS. There is no doubt that the Ronnn Catho- lies of this Stale have organized a scheme j f it the destruction of our common school I system. They have revealed their pinna with a boldness and effrontery which proves that they have conSdence in their ability to carry them out, at least, so far as the pres ent Legislature is concerned, with entire success. Senators and Assemblymen urjre the passage of acts which will turn over all our public asylums and schools to Jesuit control, and Roman Catholic journals de mand, as undoubted rights, privileges which have been granted under a mistaken view intolerance. The public is not yet fully a roused, but it will not be the fault of Dr. Kul'us W. Clark, Mr. Ilepwoith, and other thoughtful and far seeing Protestant clergy men, if the people lose their boasted com mon school system and come under the de grading system of Jesuit instruction, which lias toieebled aril disgraced every country where it has existed. We have for years inleJ 0lU wht-re lhis lioJ1 r in Catholic ag- i ciession ur.on the rights of American chi- i zens tended, and have spoken o deaf ears and dull minds. We are glad to see that some of the secular papers are sounding an alarm Avhich ts uttered none too soon. I lie Ar. V. Times of Monday week contained an article from mliich'we make the following extracts, as an indication of the tone of pub lio sentiment upon the question, "Shall we surrender cur common .schools?" After stating thit inHuential men have argued in favur of concessions to the Roman Catholics upon the ground of tolerance, it says: . "They have never asked what is due to Protestant parents and children, nor have they considered the fact that tin; cry for the suppression-ot the IJible and the dispersion of the school funds does not proceed from the bulk of the Catholic laity, wh- are glad to send their children to our schools, but from lh? priests, who see that t heir power declines under the inlluenee of a souod and liberal education. "The foreign born Catholics who eomo to this country tend their children to our com mon schools without fear and hesitation. The priests have, ir.deed, striven to till their minds With prejudices on the subject, and have even warned them ot the danger they inn in exposing their children to contact with 'hernics.' But what poor hard wirk ing Catholic is there who is not thankful for :iie instruction our svh-iols have aff jrdei to his or her childre.i? How many men are there among us who owe all their success in lifj tothese adtuVaMa institutions, opeo a they are to people of all creeds and nations? We have provided places of instruction for all comers, asking no iu est ions alt mt reli ;-itni or race, an t making no di -tinc'.ion o! persons. So;e uf thu-e who come imuicdL me!y assert the riiiht to reverse every fei ture I this policy, and to impose th.j'.r o'.v a All tticnncs upon us. lliey.say, in toe hrst place, we will not allow you to read the 15 l -ble. In the nextl we wid break up these s diools of yours, and set up others where we eat! narrow the buds of education, an 1 insist on conformity with the doctrines of a. par ticular creed." That this is not csngg'-rstina the lun gtiage of Ilnr.an Catholic journals shows : "The'7'"t, a tiaper of ittithoiitv a:iong it t'olie-i. Siii i only ia.-t S ilur l.iy, in reter Oisee to a propose a etlopioTtiise. .o, ."'" iitMU. that wiiiiiot do, and there i.-; n help but in dividm she poohe schools alto-e.h er.' The t.Ui'ftlic 'Jtl-r;r.i;t!i, ot Cinettma li, has tleoiareii, liwul be a g.onous nay tor Catholics in this co.tntry wnen, uti ier the blows or' justice and morality, o-.tr seiiool Mstcm Will lie shr'vered to pieee:?. Uotii then, mtidi-rii IVitanisiu will tnnmph.' The Frienutu 's Journal, Pee. 1 1, s ivs : 'ijsH the puiiiie school system t'0 ' '.vhere it came tioln the devil.' 'We a-k,' jiays liistiop IjMieii, of New Orleans, 'that the pub.u sehoo.s be cleansed fi'otii this jieaee-destroy-inz uion.stro.sitv Bible reading.' 'We ean- not use t lie common f-chools,' Jays Rev Thomas lVestou, bee.mse they answer uot our Cud, nor satisfy our consciences There never was a contest so wantonly pro voked by the Roman Church :i this one. It trusts tor MiecCrS to the habit which mo.-t people have of making any concession tor the sake of avoiding disputes and quarrels. "The Catholics,' such persons say, 'only walit to do what they like with their own . ; i e ctuluren. Ilietrutn is iney want to u; more than this. They want to break upthe educa: ionai svstem which has cost so much - labor and thought, to eor.stiuct, and whieh has aileaoy I'ecil piouucii eo .smi.:i Uviicma to the whohi country. We ought iiever lo assent to this course ut the instigation of any sect whatever. 1 he system has worked weli, it has satisfied the great mass of parent;;. end to no class has it done greater service k li.... n,.th.di.. rbpinsMves , , ';""' .-" , Vi ,.' ,; The c-hildr.n of the naturalized Cutnolics bnvA reci-ived an e liication free from nil iiigoted ideus orsupi rstitious precepts. This the one cause ot their st;b:-C(juerit sutces in life Tbe Methodist Convention, which met hist month at Syracuse, passed a resolution declaring that there is 'no letiti- mate power in any man, or combination of men, to deny the use of the Ui ble for any lensth of time to any hum in beina. It is our n-.tion il book, and we will firmly ami utiitciiy resist all attempts to remove it from our common schools. ' The same detenni na'ion will animate the vast majority of the nation when the significance ot the plot now forming come to fie proparly appreciated. This is one of th)'CC)ntjvS which we w,o-i!d fain have avoided, but beint only forced in to it, we mu-t pay no heed to timid or titne servins counsds. but show our antagonists that we are thorouahly in earnest, and that we are resolved, whatever may be threaten cd or done, to preserve onr common schools intact, and the Bible with them. Oar only irtotto must be, JNo surrenaer. "i7c hetlrtily applaud these utterances of a secular journal, and call upon all Protestants to nrepare for the content, to sustain and perpetuate our common school system, onr right, as citizens and Christians, aga:ntlhe worst ystem of despotism which ever en slaved any portion of the human race. X. Y. (Presbyterian) Observer. Salt fields, as rich in brine as those re cently discovered in Goderich, Canada.h.aTe been discovered in Sanilac county, Michi gan. The lands comprise abont three hun dred acre?, and lie about t-it miles in and tirom Lexington, the county seat of Sanilac. SSustncasi giwctonu A w- WALl ALTEK3. Atiorset at Law, 'a Office in (he Court lloune. fALTKK BAKKETT, Attorney .it Law. Clear field, i'a. May 13. ISti3. ED W. GRAHAM. Pester in Dry-Unodg. Groce ries, llurdwure. (,'ueeiisware. Woodenware, 1'fuvisluiH- etc.. .MarKct Street. Clenra-ld. Pa. DU'ID G. XIVLING .1'ealer in Pry-Goods L.i lies' Fancy Goods. Hat.- and CBps. Iicotn. Shoes. etc .Second Strce:. Clearfield. pa. sep2o" HF DIG LEH A CO., Penlera in Hardware a anl rnanaf-icturcrf of Tin and Sbcct-iron (am. Second Street. Clearfield . Pa. M ar "fl. HF. NAVGLE. V'atcti and Clock Maker ami . dealer in Watches. Jewelry. Jte. Itoom in Graham s row. Market street. Xov. 1ft HBUCIIEIt SWOOPE. Attorney rtt Law.Clesi . field. Pa. Offict inGrahaui's Row. fourdoo s w-st nf Graham i. noyrton's store. Xov. 10. I B WEVALLY. Attorneyat Law. Clearfield J . I't. Practioes in Clearfield and adjoin:np 'iiuntio. fifice in new bri'-k buildinc; of J. Rovn t "' 2 1 street, one door snulh of Lanich's Hotel. ITKST. A ttnrnry at Ln w. ClearSelJ. Pa., will . atrend prottiptly to ll Leirril buntnesii enfrut. e'' t0 "'-'or in Clearfield ard adjntnitig conn liliB ).llir, ..n t.rlr,l atrnur I .. I l .? - 1 - '- - rjVWMAS II. FORCKT. Poster tn Square ia 1 JoJ Lumber. I'ry-Good.tiirciiswnre. (tro-t-ori;a. Flour. Grritn. Feed, It.icou, Ac Ac. Gra. haiaton. Clearfiel. I county. I'a. Oct 10. "J" J. KMATZESt. Dcu'erin Ury-Goni. Clothirp. ' . ILirdirnre '.)ucrnsn arc. G roceriis. Provi Hi'.m. i0 . Market Strei-. neaiiy opposite the Court House. Clearfield I'd. June. ISC.i. HVUTSWIf-K A IRWIX. Pcalers in Pru;?. Mediuincs. Paints. -ils Sttitlonarv. Perfume ry Fancy Goods, Xotions, etc.. etc.. Market street. btem uelil, i'a Dee. 6. 1865. '.TViS A ROV. deaVrs in Pry Goo.U. tm Cto'fotviC- (fardtrare. Qnei;swnre. Groee- -ips. I'roriatons. Ac, tecund Strent Ctemfipld Pa- - . Dec 27.1SR5 F'lilN 'Sl'ELICH. Mnmifncturcr of all kinds o Oabinet-warc. Mar!---t strei-t Clerfiold. Pn II e also makes to nn'.cr Colin a. on short notice and sttottds oiicrnl with a bcnrsn. Aprl0.'5'J RICH A UP MOSSnp, I.calcrin Foretcnnnd Po i mestto Irv floods. Grocorie. Flour, ltacon. Liipicra. .tc. Room, on Marfeet i"treet. a few door et ol .lni'r.i',1 Oifire. t'lcarfioM. I'a Arir27 T 'LLACK i F Clearftel 1. Ii FIELPtS'l ATT.ircitvs at Law tlffi re in ros denre of W. A. Wal'ano Lci'i! buines of all Kinds attended to inb promntnesa and Cdolity. .Ian b.'tO yp W1I. A. lVAL'.Ara. FRANK FIKbDING RVT S.iITII. Attors-ev at Law. Clearfield . Pa., will attend rrouiptly to buine s en 'ru'ted ti hi cure t'friie ou second floor of new hailJin? adjoining Cmntv Natiounl RnnK.anil n.-arty opposite the C'lart tmuse. June 3K. 'o9 AI 'CULLOL'Gil A KKF.3S. Attornkts-at-Law. I V aitcuded to. Cousuitiitious in Ktilith or tier. man. Oct. 27. lSS'J. T. j. M rrLt.orcn. d. l. krf.cs. TISEDERICK LEITZtNGF.lt. Manutacturer of j ail kinds of .Stone-ware. Clearfield. Pa. Or iiar.'olicttesl 'bolcsale or retail il e alsokeeps on !tn;i nj lor snle an assortment f eartlien w;ire. of his o vn manuf'icture. Jan. t- I bus T M. tlOOVKli. Wholesale and Hetnit Prnler in 1 TOBACCO. Cl'tARS AND .Vfr ''. A Ure a?i)f'ii:enl of oipes cigar cat-es. Ac. con stantly on hiind. Tvo doors Eat of th l'ot Office. Clearfield. Pu. May ll 'fi'J "lTfESTEKS HOTEL. Clearfield. Pa This f well knovn hotel, near the ourt House, is worthy tho roiiron-tge of thepcblid The table will be supplied W'lb the bel in the market. The best of iiqunr k-pt. JuilN Dub'tj li EliTY. TtXI II. FL'LF'itiU. Attorney at Law. Clear s Cel l. I'a Officio on .Market Mrect. over liart wick it Irwin's Drns SJore. Prompt attention given to the securingofltount j claims. Ac. and to ail legal business. .March 27. ISO. I T fl O R X . M. D.. Physician axd -1 - Sl'imF.oN. bavins located at Kylertown. r;i . oflVrs his tirofes-ionul services to the citi zens oi that place and vicinity. !?p.2!My wu it -i.TMf tcoxi : : : : : 9 0ii:f.l Livtt I HMsfRi.V A LIN'V. Atti)neis-at-La-.v Wiliiamsport. Lvcmiing County. Pa. All Irtgul bus iicss entiusto l to thtin will be carefully aie.l promptly attended to. Aug . fi9-".m J ALEEKT. A EKO'S. .Dealers in Dry Goods. if . rreric.i,ii:ipi ware, v oeensw are. riourti a con. etc.. WooJInnd. Clearfield county Pa. i'Iso extensive dealers in all kindsof sawet) ltiniber sbip -lcs. and square tiLibt-r. tlrders solicited. U'ooJIand. Pa., Aug. lilth. I8fi: DR J. P. BL'KClIFiELR Late Purgeon of the 81J llcg't Penn'a Vols., having returned from the army, offers his professional services to the citizens of Clearfield and vicinity. I ro'es- siona.! calls promptly ntt"ndad lo. -Office on bouth-Eas' corner of oil and .Market. Mreets. Oct. 4. IStoa tin: p. CURVEVOR. The undersigned offers his services to the public, as a Surveyor. Ho mav be found at his residence in Lawience township, when not engaged; or addressed by le'terat Clearfield, l enn a March fitu. IS '.7.-lf. J MES MITCHELL. -JEFFERSON LIT Z, IM,t..!niitk irrl 11 i-rrnr M. D., Ilavios located at Osceol. Pa . offers his profes- - ., , C . . 1 l sinnal services to mepeopieoi mat pim-e ami sur rounding country. All calls promptly attended to. Office anl reswienceoo vsrui iiree. inrrner Iv ocoupied b?Ir Kline May 19 '69. K J. K. R O T T O R F'S rirOTOGRAFI GALLERY. . MVRKKT srttKBT. CLK 4t!Fll.t.r. PENS A. Negatives made in cloudy as well ns in cle.i- wealher. Censtitnily n bund a good assortment of Frames. Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views. Fr:oii3, from any styie ot mntoiitns:. mule to order. pwc. z ti-jy. M-M)-tt THOMAS W. MOORE. Land Surveyor A and Conveyancer, llavine recent y lo i-nted in the Bomu lb of Lu ra ber Cit v. and resutn sumed the tract ice of Land .Surrey ing respect fullv tenders his pmfesioiia! services to the own ers and speculators in lands in Clearfield and ad . . r. i..rr .i - Jiltng counties H" '"" v uni-e nen-iv ectitcd. Office nnd residence one door East of riirKiA-siiencirB'"'""3 Lumber City. April 14. 1S"! ly. w A L L A. C E WALTERS, Real Estate Aocnts ao Cosvetascebs, Clearfield. P Real est-ite bon ht and soi l, titles examined taxes paid, conveyances prepared, und insuran- office in new building, nearly opposite Conrt House W-io H. A. WALLACE J. BLAKE WALTKHS. QOLDIERS' r.OUNTIES. A recentbil! ' has passed both Houses of Conuress and signed by the President, givin' soldiers who en listed prior to 22d .luly. ISHt .served one year or more and were nonoraotj uiscnargea. a oouniv of lilil CeTSounties and Pensions collected by me f thoeentitled to them - WALTFR BARRETT, Att'y at Law. Aug. 15th. isr,. . Clearfield. Pa. DRIED FRUIT, at reduced prices, at May 12 'nl M0S50P H Ab'3 TISK CALF-SKI5 BOOTS, at S5 fO Maj I2,ne at HOoSOP'S s A M U K L I. S N Y D E R, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER APD JEIVELI.R, ClRAIMKLD) F . AH work warranted to Rive satiffao'ion A good aronrtniccl of Watch-glasses and Keys al wj on hand. hooms on Second Street, nppo-ite the Court Houe. March 1 1870-tf. WINE & LIQUOR STORE- I. L. REIZEXSTEIN & CO., DEALERS IX WIXES AXB LIQ UORS, MARKET STREET. CLEARFIELD, PA. A good assortment for medical purposes always on hand. January 27. 1Sfi-flm. UNITED STATES BONDS, SOUGHT, SOLD AXD EXCHANGED, OX MOST LIBERAL TERMS. GOLD BOUGHT and SOLD at MARKET RATES. COUPONS CASHED. rACIFIC R. R. BONDS BOUGHT AXD SOLD. STOCKS BOUGHT and SOLD on COMMISSION onty. Account. received unJ intere-t allowed On daily balances subject to chick, at sight DeIIAVEN & BR0., 40 SOUTU 3n STHEET, P II I L A D E L D II I A. JIareh 2. 187C-Ty. l E N S', T 0 U T II S AND BOYS', CLOTHING. - Tho undersigned, having recently added READY-MADE CLOTHIXG to his former business, would respee'.f ully solicit an examination o( his stock. Being .practical Tailore flatters himself that he is ablo to offer abetter elas of ready-made work than lias heretofore been brought to this mar ket. . Anyone wishing to buy goods in this line would save money by calling at his store, and making their selections. Also, a fullsnpply of (Jenls'furnishing goods always on hand. Fecl'ng thankful for past favors he would re spectfully solicit continuance of the same. April 2. ISB9. . II . BRIDt.K. 1S70. April. isto. SPRING STYLES! "Intend io Fight it Out on This Li ne J' W-M. REED, MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, Yx 1 . DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS," NOTIONS, TRIMMIN.GS, LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAT; 1 ,. , - , , m.n , (ii ... LttlC3 , Misses atlU ChlldreriS MlOC3, AT POPULAR PRICES The entire stock on hand will be sold at FRESENT VALUE, . aml the stock will be repieni.sb.Cil every sixty ilajs, with the choicest and best goods in the market. SHAW'S PvOW, (a few doors west of the Tostoffice.) CLEARFIELD, PA. February 2. 1870. of j -r W1T; DK1F.D FKCH -s Apples, l escnes. l runes, Cherries Haisin. Currants. Ac, at C. KKATZF.KS, Opposite the Jail. I CAWED LUMBER. The nrdenigned liainp started-in the Lumber business, near Owci.ln, Clearfield county. Pa . if now pre pared to furnish pine board', clear ami pant I stuff 4c. Pine and Hemlock bilU sawed to order and chipped on short notice. C. K. MACOMBEIi. Osceola Mills. May 5. 1869-!f. Cleaifield co..Pn. c. K R A T Z E II, Opro-ite the Jail. Clearfield, 1'enn'a, Dealer in Pry Goods, Press Go.ds. Millinery Goods. Groceries. Hard-ware. Queeus-ware, Siotie- ware, Clothing, Boots. Shoes, Hats, Cap s Flour I s, r lour, Eacon, Fish. Salt, etc, is constantly receiving new supplies from the oities, which he will dispose-o at the lowest market prices, to customers. Lefore purchasing eUewhcre. examine his stock.' C1 ea rfiel I . February 9. I RTfc JJEXTAL PARTNERSHIP. P K. A.M. IIILLS desire? tointorm his patients and the public generally . that he hta associated iih biuj in ttie practice of DontiMrv.S. P. 311 AW. U. D 6 . who is a graduate of me Philadelphia Dental College and there' ore has the higbext attestation ol bis Professional skill. All wurk done in the orfice C will bold myself personally responsible tor beins- done in thaniost satisfactory manner and higtiect order of the pro- ie?5ion An established practice of twentv-two rears in this place enables me to speak to my patroLS with confi deuce. Kneaeements from a distance should ho msil by letter a few days before the patient designs ruining. Clearfield. June 3. Isf.S-ly. J J 0 M K INDUSTRY! HOOTS AND SHOES Made to Order at the Lowest Rates. The undersigned wonld rcsrectfiiHy invite the attention f the citizens of ClearGol J and vicini ty, to give him a cull at his fhop on Market St. nearly opposite liartswick Irwin's drug stored whore he is prepared to uialte or repair arythi itg in his line. Orders entrusted to hipi will be executed with promptness, strength and nentners. ur.d all work warranted as represented. I have now on hand a stock of extra french calfskins, superb gaiter tops. Ac., that I will finish up at the lowest figures. June 13th. Igor,. JiAXIEL CONNFLLY JEW STORE AND SAW MILL, AT BALD II I L L S , Clearfield county. The undersigned, having opened a large and well selected stuck of goods, at Eald II il tr. Clear field county, re.-pectfuliy ioTioit a nhare of public patrounge. Their stock embraces Dry Goods. Groceries. IUniN.QiMmwf.TTirvRTVlBiHitalid rhoes. f ilats and Caps, endy made Clothing, and a gen eral assortment of Notions, etc. They always keep on band the best Quality of Flour, and a variety of Feed All goods sold cheap for cash, or exchanged for approved country produce. Having also erected a Steam saw Mill, they are predarcd to saw all kinds of lumber to order. Orders solicited, and punctually filled. Xov. L'0, 1SS7. F. It. A A. IKWIXJ. SO M E T II I O N E W IX ANSONVILI.E. Clearfield county, 1'cnn'a. The nndersigned having erecled. daring the past summer, a large and commodious store room, is now engaged in rilling it up with a new and select assorlmcntof Fall and Winter goods, which he offers to the public at prices to suit the times His stock tif.Mens' and buys clothing is urusunl ly extensive, and ia offered lo customers at from i 10 to2ii for a whule tqit. Flour. Salt. and 4ro ceries. of every kind, a complete assoitment; Stoves nnd i-tove-pipe. a heavy stock ; Tools and Shoes. Hats and Caps in great variety : Ladies' dress goods, furs, and other fnncy goods, ti-ret her with an endless asortnient of notions too tedious to enumerate, alwtiys on hand, and sor sale very cheap. Prints at Hi cents a yard.and other goods in pruporilon N6w is the time to buy. Country produce of every kind, at the highest market prices, will be taken in exchange fur goods; and even Greenbacks will no le rfured fr anv article in store. Examine my stock be fore yon out eisewuerc. October 3ll.l8fi7 H.SWAK. QLOTIIINOt CLOTHING!! good i.ifD 6heAp :: Men, Youths and Hoys can be'uptpitd with full suits of seasonable and tnshiohaole elbthing at RE1ZE'STEIN tltOS' ft CO., where it is cold at prices that will induce their purchase. The universal satisfaction which has been given, has induced them to increase tbeii s'Oi-k. wh:ch is now not surpa-sed by any estab- j lishment of the kind id this part of CLe tti'.u. . Rcizenstein Rro's k Co., "eH goods at a very small profit, for easb; ' Their goods are well made aid fashionable. They give every one tbe worth of bis money. They treat their customers ai I alike. They sell cheaper than every body else. Their store is eonventently situated. They having purchased their stock 1 1 reduced prices they can sell cheaper tl an others. Kor these and other reasons persons should buy their clothing at REIZK.VSTliJX BhO'S & CO. Produce of every kind taken at the highest market prices. May 18, 1b64. TlIST TIME! THE SEW GOODS AT A. K. .WRIGHT & SONS ,' CLEARFIELD. TA., Easing just returned from the eastern cities we are now opening a full Mock of seasonable goods, at our rooms on Second street, to which ihey respectfully in,vite the attention ot tbe pub lic generally. Our assortment is unsurpassed in this section, and is neing sola very low lor cash. Ihe nock consists in part of DRY GOODS . of the best quality, such as Prints. Dclaires. Alpa ni Merinos OincbarjiS ; Muslins, blescbed and nnhleached : Drillings Tickings, eotton and Iroo! Flannels. Cassimers. Ladies' Sbawls, Coats, 'n bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts. Balmorals. Ae.. Ac. all of w'-icb will be sold lot fob cash. Also, a fine assortment ot the best of me'ns' W.EAR, consisting of Drawers and Fhirts. Bats and Caps, Ets and cnoes, UahUkerchifcftl cravats, ete Also. Raft Rope. Dog Rope, Raltina Augurs and Aies. Sails and Ppikes. Tinware, Lamps and Lamp wicks and. chimneys, ete., eio. I... r .. ni.mri Hiroirs.Ortie ntisu. vurriipuniT iiinc-- -- . rics. and spices of all kinds In short, a gen.-ra . . r... ttiinv nsualiy kept in a retail store, all cheap for cask, or approved eonntry P K. WRIGHT i BOM , CCItWEXSVILLE ADVERTISEMK5TS, A M E R I C A " UOUS E, (Jurwenxriile, P- llarlng taken charge ot this Ken-i own fletel, the nudersigned wouid respectfully solicit a share of the pnblie patronage. Travelers wiil find the acconiniodatione equal to those of any other house in this section. Charges moderate. Lec 2. isii-s-tf. JOHN J. BEEP, Prop'r. fJLEAi: FIELD X UKSER Y.-ENCorR-Y ace Homk Ixdibtrv. Theundersicn- ed haTinc cstabliBhed a ,k. .. ZXtXZSS trees, (.standard and dwarf.) F.ic riit.n-. Phruk c'' raPe v1,nes. Gooseberry. Lawtcn Blaclf berry. Strawberry and Kasphetry vines. Ala SibriarCrab trees Quince and early PearleiRbeo. oaro.se. e'raers promptly attended to. Addrei Ang 3I.1SS4 J.D. WKIUIIT, CarwensTille O J. IT A YES, Sck;eo.v Dentist, Office .n Main Street. Curwer.n. i'le, Penn'a.,' will tnskt professional visits for the conveni ence of of the public eommeneins: in April. 1S69, as follows. viz : Lutfaersbnrs; first Friday of every month ; Ausonville.firt Monday of every month Lumber City, first Thursday of everr moeth : spending two days in either place. All" ordes for work sh uld be presented o-J th dT of his arri val in e.;b place. ry Teeth extracted by the application of local snaFthesia. comparatively without pain. All kinds of dental work trnaranteed. . N. It. The public wiil please notice, that Vr. H.. when not engaged in the above visits, may be fi;nnd in his office in Cnrwonsville. ap I.'69 ly V E W FOUNDRY in Curwcnsville. The undersigned harine entered trsto e part nership, in the FOUXDRY BUSINESS id, v urnrosvnio. wouia miorm tee puDtic that they keep on band, and will manufacture to order. Plows, Cultivators, THRESHING MACHINES',. Stores, etc., and every other description cf articles generally made in a country foundry. Terms reasonable. Old metal taken in ex change for work. A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. JACKSON P.OBISOX. Feb. 2V7My. JAMES M. WELCH. FALL OPENING! ARNOLD & HARTSHORN,- Curwensville, Penn'a., Have just opened a large anil most complete fWs OF DRY GOODS; NOTIONS, IIATS AND CAPS, foOTS AND SnOES, II ARD WARE, QUEENS WARE, GROCERIES, BACON,- SALT, ktt SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AS TO QUALITY AND PRICES. ATI kinds of Lumber and Produce takea in ex change for goods. Give us a call before purchasing else where.- ARNOLD k IIARTSIIORN. Curweneville, lept. 22, IS69 SQUARE TIMBER E; A; Irtin & Co.j Belns specially ergaged ia the business of bay j ing and selling SQC ARE TIMBER, eroeld repre- sent that they are now prepared ts purchase tim ber, delivored at either Curweesvftle, Lock Haven or Marietta, or will take it at any of these points and sell on commission, making snch advances as are accessary. " Those eng-ged in getting ont timber will nd at our store in Curwonsville, a very large' stock of STAPLE GOODS, of all deseriptione.- ALSO, FLOUR, MEAT, . RYE, OATS, CORN, and everything necessary for as of Lumbermen. RAFT ROPE, Of all etxes.kept on hand in large qaantitiet, mci sold at a small adyanee, by tbe coil. Also, PCLLKr BLOCKS, 6MALL BOPE, Ao. Special" inducements offered to those manufac turing Sqaaro Timber. . . . B. A. IRVrK A CO Cnrwensyille. Jan. 12, 1870. ; . TEW LAMPS Perkins House's Son-Erplo- siv Lamp a pew artiel !w article jut reirei ana HAKRY F. BtOLER A CO. lor sale liy THE CELEBRATED RICHARDSON BOOTP Light Kip, S; Frwwk J Calf. $5; at C. KRATZER t March 1( 70, Onnasate th J0.