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f;c 'gUffemotfe ountaf, gfcarpef b, a., Jlttgusf 3, 1870.
ar itu farmer.
Charcoal in the Dairy.
The power of milk to tbsorb the noxious
jrases and odors from the atiiif-ihere is
known to every dairy man, and this power
extends also to all the productions made
from milk, be they cream, butter, or cheese.
Much of the bad flavor in butter and cheese
is not caused so much by any thing derived
from the cow, or the food which she eats, as
by the odors imparted either to aiilk after
it is drawn, or to the cheese after itU made,
and before it is made, aud before it is put
in the cloth and rendered impervious to at
mospheric influences. Hence the necessity
of the greatest efforts being made, not only
to keep the dairy and every utensil used, in
a state of perfect cleanliness, but also the
attendants should be in every way cleanly
in person, and the air kept pure and uncun
taminated by any odors whatever. To do
this, charcoal, finely powdered, is probably
the best and cheapest article that can be
used. It is capable, when fresh, of absor
ding ninety times its own volume of am
monia or other gases, which can again be
driven out of charcoal by the application of
heat, flow much charcoal is necsisary, and
where it can best be placed in the dairy.
as to absorb all noxious safes, are points yet
to be established by experience, and we only
throw out the idea in order that dairymen
may make a note of it, aud find out for
themselves, by experimenting, the beat
ways and means of employing charcoal is an
absorbent deodorizer in the milk room, the
cheese room, or any other part of the dairy
Cleanse Your 1'remiszs. The warm
weather is here, and it behooves every citi
zen to cleanse his premises of all offensive
matter in order that they may become pure
and healthy. There is no doubt at all that
a great deal of the sickness visiting families
proceeds from filthy cellars sinks, yards, out
houses styes, &c. These things are neglec
ted by many, as arc other duties, from pure
thoughtlessness, while others never dream
of paying any attention to them. There
are Bereral remedies for this most unhealthy
condition of things that can be easily appli
ed. The first is to put one pint of the liquor
Oi chloride of zinc in one bucketful of water
and one-pound of chloride, of line in anoth
er bucketful oF water, add and sprinkle over
decayed vegetable matter. For this pur
pose nothing surpasses it ; indeed it is a
perfect deodorizer. The pecond is to take
four pounds of sulphate of iron or copperas
and dissolve it in a bucketful of water. This
will in most cases prove a sure remedy in
destroying all offensive odors. The third
13 to take simple chloride of lime and sprin
kle in damp cellars, over heaps of filth, dirty
yards, &c All these can be had at the drug
gist's and as prices go are not dear.
The labor of cleansing one's premises by
either one of these remedies is trifling, and
the expense is not worth mentioning. If it
were ten times greater, both the labor and
expenses should be willingly incurred.
A Farmer's Shop. Every farmer should
have a shop fitted up with such tools as
are used by the carpenter, joiner, machinist,-
and blacksmith, or with those that
would be valuable in making repairs. A
bove all, we consider a good foot-lathe very
desirable. It would be impossible to notice
all the advantages of this machine and its
various uses. A good lathe costs from $C0
to $100, and the money is well expended in
the purchase. The practice on the lathe is
one of the most fascinatiug pastimes for a
stormy day, or an nuera ployed evening. A
part from its use in making and repairing,
the foot-lathe is a pleasant companion for
the businej.s-haunted and brain weary. One
who adopts it as a companion of his leisure
hours will become an adept, and the more
be uses and becomes acquainted with his
machine, the better he will like it lie will
be surprised at the number and eleirance of
the little articles of use and ornament he
can produce from the rough material, aud
at the pleasure that the practice of a me
chanical art can afford.
Food Medicines. Dr. Ilall relates the
case of a man who was cured of biliousness
by going without his supper and drinking
r l r t j 1-
licciy oi wujuuaue.. j-.very morning, says
the doctor, this patient rose with a wonder
ful sense of rest, refreshment, and a feeling
as though the blood had been literally wash
ed, cleansed, and cooled by the lemonade
and the fast. His theory is that food will
be used as a remedy for many diseases suc
cessfully. For example, he instances cures
of spitting blood by the use of ? alt ; epilepsy
and yellow fever, watermelons ; kidneys af
fections, celery ; poison, olive or sweet oil ;
erysipelas, pounded cranberries applied to
the parts affected ; hydrophodia, onions, etc.
So the thing to do in order to keep in good
health, is really to know what to eat, and
not what medicine to take.
"Mother wants to know it you won't
please to lend her your preserving kettle,
'cause she wants to do up some apple sass,"
"I would with pleasure, boy, but the truth
is, the last time we lent it to your mother
she preserved it so effectually that we have
not seen it since." "Well, you needn't be
sassy about your old kettle. Guess it was
full of holes when we borrowed it, and moth
er wouldn't have troubled you again, only
we see'd you bring home a new one."
Few can know the true condition of a fail
ing merchant, but bad farming is proclaim
ed from the roadside. Thistles and bur
docks shows it; the tumbledown fences write
out his shiftlessness ; the squalling pigs an
nounce it ; bony cows, leaning fences, poor
corses, aa unpainted house, and ragweed,
everywhere are very swift witnesses against
There ia every probability ol a fair peach
crop in Maryland and Delaware this season.
This will be good new to the lovers of this
He is a rood farmer who makes rood com
post heaps ; he is a better one who mana
ges to have the manure applied as fast as it
STANDARD SCALES, OF ALL KINDS ALSO,
IMPROVED MONEY DRAWER.
Fairbanks, Morse & Co.,
M.3d-Gm lu2 Second At., Fittsburg. Pa.
(CLEARFIELD NURSERY. Encocr-
ace Home Industry. The undersim
ed having established a Nursery, en tbe Pike
nan way between Uurwensvilla and Clearfia!l
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Frui
trees, (Standard and dwarf,) Evergreen". Shrub
bery, Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Lawten Black
berry. Strawberry and Raspberry vines. Als
SibrianCrab trees. Quince and early SearletRhaa
barb. Ae. Orders promptly attended to. Addres
Aug 31,1864. J.D. WRIGHT, Curwensville
C L A R K'S
roa mi r
Boyer A thaw and Hartswiek A Irwin,
A g .'69-l y Retail Price. SI. 58 per package.
Whit Lead, Zine Paiat, Linseed Oil. Terpentine
Tarnishes ef all kiads, Celers, in eil and
dry, Paint and Varnish brashes.
HARTSWICC A IRTUH,
K. S M I T II,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of Clear
field county that he has purchased the interest of
a,. r. u eiougnton. ana is now prepared to make
up, in toe most lasnionaoie manner, all kinds or
clothing that customers may desire. lie has
of every style, always on hand, from which cus
tomers can make their selections. One door East
of the Postogjee. April 2, 187.
GOOD ABD CHEAP!!!
Men, Tenths and Boys ean betaptpied with full
suits of seasonable and tashionabl clothing at
I. L. REIZENSTEIN'S,
where it is sold at prices that will induee their
purchase. The universal satisfaction which has
been given, has induced him to increase his
s'ock, whieh is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of the kind in this part ef the State.
L L. REIZENSTEIN,
Fells goods at a very small profit, for sash ;
II is goods are well made and fashionable.
He gives every one the worth ef his money.
He treats his customers all alike.
He sells cheaper than every body else.
His store is conveniently situated.
He having purchased his stock r t redused
prices he ean sell cheaper tl an ethers.
e'er these and ether reasons persons should buy
their clothing at
I. L. REIZESSTEIS'S.
Produce of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. May 18 i5M.
J EN S
Y O U T II 3
The undersigned having recently added
te hie former business, would respectfully
solicit en examinationol his stoek. Being
practical Tailor he flatters himself
that he is able to offer a better
class of ready-made werk
than has heretofore beea
bronght to this mar
ket. Any one wishing to buy geodx in this line
would save money by calling at his store,
aad making their selections. Also,
a full supply of Gents'furnisbing
goods always on hand.
Feeling thankful for past favors, ha would re
spectfully solicit a continuance ef the
April 2S,1S33. H. BRIDGE.
H. F. RIGLER & CO.,
a HAicrACTcaxat or
Tin and Sheet Iron War,
THIMBLE-SKEINS and Pipe-bexes. t.r War.
ens, for sale by H. F. BIULEK A CO
TKQw, IROW!! Best bar iron, far sale at the
a store or
H. F. BIGLER A CO.
STOVES of all sorts and sires, eoastaatly
hand at H. W. BIGLER A CO S
BLi iMAiJs,lrod article, ea hand aad
v'.r.a.eey ii. T. BIGLER A CO.
-rvnia avaaiAm-aB -
ii TOjwauts, and Horse-nails, te be had at
- -- m . clviLER A CO'S.
Q ADDLES, Bridles, harness
collars ! r.
KJ sale at
f. BIGLER A CO'S.
Piatelsand sword canes to be bad at
H F. BIGLER A CO M.
TT ARSES". Trimmings, and Shoe-findings for
A A sal. at H. F. BIULR R A CO'S.
01Mar.h,?iPl"t' S,"nd .ii.,for
Marcn 7j H F, BIGLER A
ill IUM. ALIO,
Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying
Presses, Improved Money Drawers, Ac,
ton SaLa it
H. F. BIGLER 4 CO.,
Dealers ia Hard vara,
March 1 j CwaaaruLa.. Pa. UTi.
TERMS or TIIK JOURNAL,.
The Rarra Joubbal is published em Wed
oesday at $1,00 pet annum in advance. If not
paid at the beginning of the year, $1.51 will be
charged, and $3,00 if not paid before the close.
ADvaansaaaaTS will be inserted at Sl,50 per
square, for three or less insertions Ten linef
(or less) eounting a square. For every additional
insertion 60 cents will be charged. A deduction
will be made to yearly advertisers
No subscription taken for a shorter time thaa
six months, and no paper will be discontinued an
till all arrearages are paid, except at the option of
8. J. ROW.
rrllE ELLIPTIC SEWING MACI7INE.
-a. The best Double Thread Machine now
in use will be sold lower than anj other machine
finished in like manner, and doing the same
range of work. Machines ean be seen at the store
of Thompson & Co., Curwensville, or at the resi
dence of the undersigned.
LEWIS C. BLOOM.
May II, 1870.-3m. Bloom's Bridge.
gMALL PROFITS and QUICK SALES.
HARTSWICE A IRWIN
are constantly replenishing their stock of Drugs,
Medicines. Ac. School books and Stationery,
including the Osgood and;National series
ef readers. Also Tobacco and Ci
gars, of the best quality, aad at
the lowest prices. Call and see.
Clearfield, Nov 10, 1SS9
WOOL CARDING. The undersigned,
proprietor or the Union Mills, in Un
hip, Clearfield county, would inform'
nty, would inform the
public that he is prepared to card wool, on rea
sonable terms and in a workmanlike manner
Persons having wool to eard should attend to it
itumediatly, aa the factory will be closed after
September 1st. Wool intended for carding can
be left al R. Mossop's ei C. Kratier's, in Clear
field, and I will take it away aad return it when
Jane 1, 187. J R.ARNOLD.
M OVA L G UN SHOP
The undersigned begs leave to inform his eld
and new customers, and the public generally,
that he has fitted np a new UCN SHOP, on the
lot on the corner of Fourth and Market streets.
Clearfield, Pa., where he keeps constantly en
hand, and makes to order, all kinds ot Guns.
Also, guns re bored and revarnished, and repaired
neatly en short notice. Orders by mail will re
ceive prompt attention.
June 9, 1S69. JOHN MOORE.
HE "EAGLE II O T E L."
Haiti St.. Curwensville. Pa.
Having leased for a term of years the above
well-krowaaad popular Hotel, (formerly kept by
Mr. Mason, and lately by Mr. Fouts), and having
newly refitted and refurnished it, the present
proprietor feu's assured that he ean render entire
satisfaction to guests sojourning with bim. A fine,
large stable and yard issttached, for the care and
protection ot Horses, carriages and wagons,
share of patronage is solicited
May 4,'70-ly A J. DRAClKEK, Prop'r
rp JJ 13 "SHAW HOUSE,'
MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD, FA.
GEORGE N. COLBURN, :::::: PitiPBrEToa
This house was late! v comnleted and iuat area
ed to the public is newlv farnished.anit nr&mtAmi
with al I the modern improvements -of a first-class
hotel. It is pleasantly located, in the business
part or tfte town, and near to the publie build
.uo. a snare oi patronage is respectfully soils
iicu. vnarges moaerate. lne best of Liquors i
t bur. March 30,78-tf.
rplIE LEONARD HOUSE
(Sear the Railroad Depot),
Reed Street, Clearfield, Pa.
G. D. GOODFELLOW : : ; : : PaorniKTOn.
a. new nrst class Hotel in every respect com
fortable rooms all the modern improvement
the best of Liquors croniut attendanc. ) r..
sonable charges. The patreoage of the publie is
respectfully solicited. jv-21-tf.
WOOL ! WOOL ! ! .
FIFTY THOUSAND pounds of WOOL wanted
at Thompson A Co's., where you can get the best
price for all produce, and GOODS as CHEAP as
the CHEAPEST house in this county.
"They don't defy competition," but are prepar
ed to meet it. They are eoottantly receiving
goodilromew lork, Philadelphia and Pitts-
burs- Call and see their goods and prises.
Curwensville, Jane 1, 1870
YyE, the undersigned, Blacksmiths of the
Borough of Clearfield, hereby adopt
the following rates for work, and rules with re
gard to securing pay for our labor; and we each
pledge our honor as men and mechanics. to adhere
to and enforce the same, trom and after May 1st
All work done at shoing horses must be paid for
-" - wwi ib uifui, ii me loiiowing rates
SETTING NEW SHOE, : : ; . M rts
RESETTING SHOE, i : . 20 .t,
No crediditto be given for a longerperiod than
El. P. PASMORK.
ii. L . LAMCH.
(i C. PASSMORE.
Apr. 20, 70-3m
Opposite the Jail,
Monuments, Grecian Tombs, French Couch
menues, laoie lops. Weaning Ranges, Garden
I, , '"1''"1" "are, oi every description.
Head and Foot Stones, of New and beautiful de
signs, all of which we offer at city prices, or 25
percent less than any otber establishment in this
"""'J- "aving a large experience in the busi
we guarantee satisfaction in all eases. Or-
n ear a th at n. L fe.l 1 : i
riT k 7 i! J " promptly filled io
iu aCo wviAoiiuiiii manner
May 11, 1870 -tf. Jas.Su
Co-Partnership in Store.
C. A. Rorobaugh having associated with him
in the Mercantile business, in Lewisville, Clear
field eounty, Mr. C. R.'McCraeken, solicits a con
tinuance ef the patronage so generously extended
tl : . . . .
returned trom tbe eastern eities
tneirstoeaembiacesalargo and varied assort
ment or vtj Goods, Groceries,Hardware,Queeas
ware, and ia fact nearly ' everything usu
ally kept in a country atore, which they will sell
at prices to suit the times.
Country produce taken ia exchange for goods
C A. ROROBAUGH,
May 18, 'TO.-tf. CR. McCRACKEJf
J. E. Wrigley & Bro.,
Having purchased the shop and fixtures ef W. R.
MePherson, would inform the citisens of Clear
field and vicinity that they axe at all times pre
pared to furnish
. Veal, Mutton, etc.,
at the lowest cash rates to customers.
A liberal share of publio patronage is respeet-
Cash paid for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs.
KUUM UN MARKET ST.,
loarfiold. Pa., June 1, 670.
CHILDRXXSfars tweavr-fivo per eent less thaa
J. SHAW A KOaL
CURRANTS the best and
cheapest In th
"pLASTERthe cheapest ia the eounty. at
AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS !
Eigktf-ns TktutanJJStvtn HunJrid and Eigh-ty-n
Machine Mm "" Sold tk
The number exceeds by thousands the sales of
any other Machine, and the demand ia still in
creasing THREE THOUSAND PER WEEK
ARE NOW BEING MADE AND SOLD.
THE REASONS WHY:
Because it embodies e??ential principles not
found ia any other Machine; because of its sim
plicity of construction, ease of operation, uni
formity of precise action at any speed, and ca
pacity for the greatest range an. I variety of werk
une or coarse.
Parties wisbiag to purchase should not fail to
examine lots oest ox all bewing macnines.
I have the Agency for this Maehine, and will
keep a lull I'ipply on hand.
ClearBeld,May4,'70 tf J. 8. BHOWERS
Marble and Stone Yard.
MRS. S.S. LIDDELL,
Having engaged in the Marble business, desires
to inform her friends, aud tbe public, that she has
now and will keep constantly en band a large and
well selected stock ef ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MAKBLsi, and is prepared to furnish to order
TOMBSTONES. BOX AND CRADLE
TOMBS, MONUMENTS, in Rand
stone and Marble, CURBS and
POSTS for Cemetery lets,
WINDOW SILLS AND CAPS,
ARCHITECTURAL AND LAWN ORNA
She would invite special attention to her Sand
stone Monuments which are built from original
designs and will com Dare favorablv with any
thing ef tbe kind in tbe country. If desired she
ean furnish Marble Window Sills and Caps at
slight advance on tbe price of Sandstone.
Yard on Reed Street, near the Depot.CIearfield
ia. May 4. latP,
11 O SAD AL I S
rpU! GREAT AMERICAN HIALTH
1 RESTORER, purifies tbe blood and
cures 8crofula.Svphilis.Skin Diseases. Rheu
matism, Diseases of women, and all Cbron
ie Affections of tbe Blood, Liver and Kid
neys. Recommended by the medical I'ac
ulty aad many thousands of our best citi
Read the testimony of Physicians and pa
tients who have used Ko;alli; send for
our Rosadalis Guide to Health Hook, or Al
manac for this year. which we publish for
gratuitous distribution; it will give you
macn valuable information
Dr. R. W. Carr, o! Baltimore, says :
I take pleasure in recommecding your
nosaaaiia as a vetv powertul alterative.
have seea it used in two eases with happy
results one in a ease of secoadary syphilis
in whieh the tatient pronounced himself
cored after having taken five bottles of
your medicine. The other is a case of scrof
ula of long standing, which is rapidly lm
proving under its ute, and the indications
are that the patient will soon recover.
have carefully examined the formula by
which yonr Kosadalis is made, and find
an excellent compound of alterative ingre.
Dr. Spa-ks. of Nichelasville, Ky.. says he
has used Rosadalis in cases of Scrofula and
Secondary Syphilis with satisfactory results
as a cleaner or the 151 oad 1 Know ne bet
Samuel G. McFadden, Murfreesboro
Tenn , says:
I have used seven bottles of Rosadalis
and am entirelyeured of Rheumatism ; send
me four bottles, as 1 sub it for my brother,
wno nas scrotulous sore eves.
Ite.ijamin Bechtol, of Lima, Ohio, writes
Ibavo suffered for twenty years with an in
veterata eruption over mv whole body ;
short time since I purchased a bottle of Ro
sadalis and it effected a perfect cure
Labratory, (1 .Exchange Place, Baltimore
Chesapeake & Ohio R. R. Co.
The advantages and attraction of this Loan, for
investment purposes. are saany and important :
1. It is based upoa oae of the Great Through
Lines between the Seaboard and tha West.
2. The security it already ereatni, the greater
part of the line being in successful running eper
J. The Local Traffic, from the unrivalled Agrl
cultural regions and Irea and Coal deposit ad-
jaceat, must be large and profitable.
4. The enterprise receives important conces
sions and privileges from tha State of Virginia
and West Virginia.
a. It is under the management of efficient aad
well-known capitalists, whose names are guaraa
teee for its early completion aad successful oper
(. Tbe Bend ean be b ad either ia
COUPON OR REGISTERED
form ; they have thirty years to run, both princi
pal and interest being payable in geld.
7. They are ef denominations ef
$1,000, $500 and $100,
bearing interest at the rate of six per eeat. ia
coin, payable May 1st aad November 1st.
From our intimate acquaintance with the affairs
and condition of the Company, we know these se
curities to be peculiarly desirable, and suitable
for safe employmentof surplus capital, and fund
ing of Government Bonds, by Investor. Trustees
ef Estates, and others who prefer absolute seea
rity with reasonable iaoeme.
Holders of United Bute FiveTwentioa are en
abled to procure these Bonds, bearing th same
rat ef interest and having a longerperiod to run
aad te realixe a large iuoresss of capital ia ad
dition. Bonds and Stocks dealt ia at th 8ioek Ex
change, received ia exchange far thi Loan, at
th full market value, aad th bom's returned
free of express eaarges.
Price 90 and accrued Jnterut in Cur
Pamphleu-.liaps, and full information fnraiia-
d oa application.
FISK k HATCH,
assa nun.iii ini
May 4 Uwj
WHO HAS A HOU6B TO PAINT?
Enown aa "Railroad" Colors. Guaranteed to be
more economical, mere durable and more conveni
ent than any Paint ever before offered. A book
entitled "Plain talk with Practical Painters," with
samples, sent free by mail on application.
MASURY A WHITON.
GloU Whiu Lead and Color Worlt,
Ap. 13-3mJ 111 Puiloit St.. Nev York.
Beware of Imitations. Established 1835,
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE!!
Having just fitted np a new and alegant Furni
ture Room, on Marker etreet. East of the "Alle
gheny House," Clearfield. Pa., notifies the publio
that be keeps on band all kinds of Chamber suits,
(walnut and eommon). Cane eeat and Windsor
chairs, etc , which will be (old cheap for cash. A
share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
April 13. 1870.
rpHE WONDERFUL LINIMENT.
-- This Liniment havin? been used, for
torn years pastas a family medicine by tbe pro
prietor, and its good effects coming to th notice
of his neighbors, hat. at their suggestion, con
sented to manufacture it for the benefit ef the af
flicted everywhere. It is th best remedy for
Catarrh and Billions Cholie, ever offered to the
Sublic; and will cure many other diseases in the
Oman body. It is also a sure cure for Pole evil
and Wind-galls in horses Directions for its use
accompany each bottle. Price. $1 per bottle, or
six bottles for S5. bent to any address by enclos
ing th pric to VTM. ii. WAGONER,
Oct. , 186. Clearfield county, Pa.
IfISS II. S. SWAN'S, Schoolor Girh,
L Clearfield, Pa.
The next Term of tweatv-twe weeks will eem-
mence en Monday, May 9, 187.
txrhs or rsiTiea.
Reading. Orthography, Writing, Object Lea
sons, Primary Aritbmeti and Primary
Geography, per half term, (of 11 weeks), 35 M
History, Local and Descriptive Geography
with Map Drawing, Grammar, aieatal
and Written Arithmetic, H
Algebra and tbe Sciences, t
Instruction in Instrumental Musi, 10 II
Oil Painting, 12
Wax Work, S
For full particulars send for Circular.
Clearfield, August 15, 1B69-Iy.
II. T. Farnswortii,
Would inform Mill owners, and those desirous
of having Miilsbutlt, that be is prepared to kaild
ana lepair eitner circular or Muley saw Mills
and Grist Mills after the latest improved patterns
He has also for aale an improved Water Wheel.
which he guarantees to give satisfaction in regari
to power and speed. His motto is, to do work so
as to give perfect satisfaction. Those wishing for
mer information wii: be promptly answered by
addressing him at Clearfield. Clearfield county
ra. " rite your nam ana address plain.
April 20. lS70-ly.
FAMILY SETTING MACHINE
JTm. EMPIRE J.
Th extraordinary success of their new and im
proved manufacturing Machines for light or heavy
work, nas induced tbe
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
to manufacture a new Family Maehine ot the same
style and construction, with additional ornamen
tation, making it equal in beauty and finish with
other family machines,wtaereas in usefulness it far
OUTSTRIPS ALL COMPETITORS.
The price ef this now acknowledged necessary
article comes within reach of every class and
tbe Company is prepared to offer the most liberal
inducements to buyers, dealers and agents. Every
Machine warranted, Apply for circulars and
EMPIR E SEWING MACHINE CO..
Apl.t-3m l No. TH Bowery. Neio York.
R E M 0 V A L .
IIARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
We beg leave to inform our old and new enste-ms.-s.
that we have removed our establishment te
tbe new building just erected oa Market street.
nearly adjoining tbe Mansion Hoase en the west,
and opposite Graham A Sons' store, where we re
spectfully invite the public to come aad bay their
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI
CINES, OILS, PAINTS tc VARNISMXS
Our stock of Drngs and Medioineseoasist ef every
thing used, selected with the greatest eare, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE!
W also keep a full stock of Dyes, Perfameries
Toilet article?. Soaps. Tooth Brushes. Hair Brash
es, Whitewash Brushes, and every thr kiad ef
Brusncs. n nave a la' go let r
White Lead, Turpentint,
Flaxseed Oil W.:nt. . .1.: 1
in tbe painting business, which w (fir it City
yiuswa m cftia uayer.-
TOBACCO AND SEGA,
Confectionery. Spices, and the largest si
rieties ever offered ia this place, and '
eteek ef va
to be or tb best the market affords
J. G. HARTSWICE.
Dee. X, 188. JOHN F. IRWIM.
IHK highest mark. paid for ShiacUs
o . On A TT S 9UN
RT GOODS th cheapest ia the eeuatr. at
ACOW.Hams. Bides and Ihealders at reduced
prices, at MOSSOP'S
C ALT? SALT!! A prim article of eroard a
kJ am salt, patap ia patent saeas. forsaleeaea
aneesteieei K. MOsSOf
GROCERIES. Old Goverement Java and
choice Rio Coffees. Young Hyson. Imperial Black
and Japan Teas, b'ura'r. Svrun. Rioa. CnHi.h
Navy, Spunrall, and Cnt Tobaccos, and Bnuff, at
rwuucea pnves. vpposit in jail.
NOTICE. All parson indebted to th subseri
ber, are requested to com and settle with
out delay. R. MOSSOP.
RUNES a quantity on hand and for sale at
aXB T 11D a ra a w rv
D. PERKS A Co'f flour, th best in market, for
ai 07 J. SHAW A BOxl.
WOOT. n :n l. :
for wool, opposite the jail. C. KRATZER.
1ANSED FRUIT. Canned Plum, Peaches
y and canned corn, ete . for aale at tha Drn
Store f- A. I. SHATt .
March 1, 186J.
ROUND AND UNGROUND BPICFS. Cifrsn
T English Currants. Essence Coff .. w:..
gar ot th beat quality. for sal by
Jan.l. llitiiorru: A IRWIN.
LADIES Th Eugenie is th most Useful arrl
ticle ever invented for your use. Circulars
free. Mrs. Morgan, P. 0. Box 2433, If. Y. J22-3m
nINTLEMEN The Grant Cigar Tip iia novel
tv and m nleasure. Samnlaa SO Mnl A
Grant, P. O. Box 439ff, N. T. Jo 22-3m. '
Al f i A How I made it in 6 months, with Sten-
BampUs fr. A. J. Ful'am,
SWAIM'S PANACEA, Kennedy's Medical Dis
eovery, Hembold's Buchn, Baka't Cod Llvar
Oil, Jayna'sand Ayer's Medicines. for sal by
NEW LAMPS. Perkins A House's Non-Explosive
Lamp a tiew article just received and
for sal by HARRT F. BIGLER A CO.
QUEENSWARI Ta Mts,best ton-war,4
pices, at 60 at MOSSOP'8.
HARRY F. BIGLER & CO.
lTav just rcivd and offer for sal cheap,
fcingl and doable, iron and wood,
Patent, iron and wood, expanding
Patent-screw, steel CULTIVATOR TIKTH ;
Solid steel, single and doubt,
SHOVEL PLOW BLADES ;
PINK AND WHITE LINING KKINS, AND
ClarfiId, April 20, 1871.
C. KRATZER & SONS
are receiving s splendid stock of
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
LACS CURTAINS, tTINDOW SHADES,
COUNTERPANES AND QUILTS.
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS,
LADIES SILH COATS AND OVERSKIRTS,
ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACK POINTS,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S TRIMMED
DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
BEST KID GLOVES LADIES', GENTLE
MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S,
BLACK AND FANCT SILKS,
FINE BLACK ALPACAS,
UNEQUALLED STOCK LADIES' AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES AND GAITERS,
MEN'S CALF AND FRENCH KIP BOOTS,
HEAVT CALF BOOTS, i,
MEN'S AND BOTS' FINE AND HEAVT
BEST STONE TEA SETTS, $,
CASSIMERES VERT CHEAP,
GROCERIES, TLOUR AND PROVISIONS
AT LOWEST RATES,
LIBERAL REDUCTION TO THOSE BUT
ING IN QUANTITT,
WOOL, MARKETING AND COUNTRT
Clearfield, Jon SO, 1869.
Who sails the cheapest goods in th
Who stlls best calicoes at 12 J cts a jard
Wk sells best unbleached maslla at IT Mill'
Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at $5 00?
Who sella Hall's best Coarse Beets at S at
Who sells Hall's bestK"p Boots at $4,50?
Who sells Hats lower thaa aaybedy else?
Who sails Sugar the cheapest ?
Who sells Sjrup the cheapest?
t Who sells Flour the cheapest ?
Who sells Chop and Feed the oheapest?
Who sells Hardware the cheapest ?
Who sells Queensware the cheapest ?
Who sells Tinware the cheapest ?
Who sells Clothing the cheapest ?
Who sells Plaster the cheapest ?
Who sells Salt the cheapest
Who first brought goods down te the
lowest cash prices ?
Everybody should buy their goods at
Oavtald, May It. ISM.
NEW TIN SHOP!
TIN, COPPER and SHEET IRON WARS
(nearly opposite the jail),
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
ROOFING, SPOUTING and JOB WORK
don oa reasonable terms.
April 8. 1871.
(formerly M'Georhev s.)
Restaurant and Ice Creaa g,l,,a
IR LBAVT'S HEW BCILDIKa.
Second St., Clearfield, Yx.
Constantly kept a hand a in seloeti.
Candiea, Cijars, Tobaceo, Knta, ao.
A' Frsh Oysters, received daily, Bg
served up in any style, te sail ike
aste ef eastomere.
A fall stoek ef Seods just received from the last.
t&"BxlUard Saloon in Second Sttry.
April 27-'70. D. R FULLERTON. "
T0RACC0 AND CIGARS.
WHOLESALE ARD RETAIL,
At the Sew Tobacce and Cijar Store of
x. if. no OYER,
Two door east f th PostoOe. CIrfi!d, Pa.
Constantly on hand a Sue assortment of Xsvy,
Cosfress Cavendbh, Cable, Bpuurell,
Michigan and Century Fine eat
Chewing Tobacco, .
Also, a large and wall eeleeted stock of Imported
and Domestic Cigars, Smoking Tobaccos,
Meerschaum and Briar Pipes,
Pipe fixtures, Tobacco
Boxes. Cigar Haiders, aad everything goners
feaad in a well regulated Cigar
and Tobacco Store.
I Remember th pise: Two doors sail of
th Postoffi;, Clearfield, Pa. Slay 25, '70.
Cr ef Beeoad St. aad Bill Ksad.
aa jast received aad opened, at the above aim
ed pleee, an entire new steek ef Spriag
aad Summer Seeds, wbieb he will
ell very cheap (er cask.
jTis steek eoasists ef
Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware,
Qaeenaware, iSoots sad Shoes. Hsu aid
Cap, Reedy made Clothing, ete. He also keep
choice Ftoar, Corn aisal. Chop feed,
Baeea, Fish aad dried Frails.
Perseas desireas of parebasieg geeds at fslr
rates are respeetfally req eeiied te
giv him a sail.
Approved wan try prod will b taksa, at
the highest prices, la exobaageter geeds.
Clearfield. Jane 17, 1 MS.
ALL KINDS OP
Moshannon Land and Lumber Co.,
1 1 A A How I "d It la 8 no, wit rt''
MTFlirji kUakees trill ?'''
Lr J. MAW MtO-