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Pruning Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
We read a great deal about the proper
time of pruning trees, and especially theap
ple tree. Sooie prefer full, some uiiii-winter,
some spring; but scarcely one recommends
the very best lime in our humble opinion
mid-summer. Doubtless soiiie olJ fogies will
open their eyes and hold up their bauds at
euch an iunovation, and denounce il a an
absurdity ; but we think wo iii W sustain
ed by a majority of the "live" men of the
If we desire to improve the form of a
fruit tree and get rid of some of the super
fluous wood, we should prune in winter ; but
if we desire fruit and a perfectly healed
stump, we should pruue from the fifteenth
of June tothe twentieth of July. We have
done this olton with the happiest result.?.
The fruit buds form after this, and the -operation
suddenly cutting off its growth, pro
duces buds; while the winter or early spring
pruning will produce only wood.
In pruning ornamental trees in mid-sum
mer, the bark, instead of rcuediui; from the
stump, prows over it, and iu a few years will
completely cover it and uiakc a perfect am
putation. We have noticed this upon our own prem
ises as wei! as upon tnose of others many
dines. This pruning is done when the tree
is taking its mid summer "tiesta," and then
wakes up, rurcsUud for another sturt, and
the bark prudualiy s-teals ovtr the stump as
"if ashamed of the shabby looking exposure.
When the tree is in f ull leaf, and presents
its full form to its, we can tee exactly where
the pruning thouid he done, in order that
while the overgrowth may be removed, the
PS'wmetry of the tree may be preserved.
Especially is mid summer pruning to be pre
served, fir.-,t, to produce Lud.i on fruit-bearing
trees as before stated ; and second when
large limbs are to be removed. German
IIow to Raise Corn. Mr. David II.
Kranson, of Chester Co., who received the
premium offered by the Drandywine Farm
ers Club, for the bet four acres of corn,
give the following details of his mode of cul
tures I applied List fall and spring aiiout
one hundred wa.on loaduC-unbieacheJ liv
ery and barnyard manure, broadeast on 2i
acres of clover and timothy sward, 50 loads
of which was hauled a distance of thite
miles; and furrowed down during the month
of Aprii and first week of May last. In ad
ditiou to the stable manure 1 applied on the
eod 3 ox-cart loads to thu acre of manure
from the hog pens. After having plowed
and thoroughly pulverized the sriil, marked
the rows one way 3j feet distant ; dropped
corn by hand 2 grains from 15 to IS inches
apart, applied to each hiir oue handful of
manure, ashes and plaster, equal parts, cov
ered with the hoe May 10th. Five hundred
bushels of lime were applied and cultivated
in on 12 acres, the remaining 13 having
been previously limed on the s6d.
A Dairy laruier states that in June, 1S6S,
he sowed an acre of corn in drills, and on
the first of July commenced cutting and
feeding to twenty-six cows, daily. When
the September rains came he omitted the
corn-fodder for some days and the conse
quence was a decrease in the yield of milk
of fifty-two pounds per day, or an average
decrease of two pounds per cow. The corn
feeding being resumed, the cows in fuur
days regained their usual yield.
Q'tT SQUEHA X N A HOUSE,
The undersigned having taken charge of this
well-known Hotel, respectfully solicits a share et
patronage. The hon?e hn hc-n refitted and refurnished-
and now compares favorably with any
other house in theeounty. Tho best of everything
the market affords will be served up to "uests.
Chaiges moderate. ELI iJLOO.M,
tcpt. 2S. lS7t)-lf. Proprietor.
rpiIE "EA G L E II O T E L,"
Main t.. Curwensville, Pa.
Having leaded for a term of years the above
well kcown and popular llotol (formerly kept by
Mr. Mason, and lately by Mr. Fouts), and baring
newly refittd and refurnished it. the present
proprietor feels assured that he can render entire
satisfaction to guest s-jourlint with him. A fine,
large stable and yard is attached, for tho care and
protection of horse?, carriages and wagons. A
share of patronage is solicited
May 4. 7u-ly A J. DKAUcKEP , Prop'r.
Tjy II E "S H AW IIOUS E,"
MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD, PA.
GEORGE N. COLBURX,
This house was lately completed and just open
ed to the public is newly lurnished.and provided
with al 1 the modern improvements of a tirst-class
hotel. It is pleasantly located, in the business
part of the town, and near to the publio build
ings. A share of patronage is respectfully solic
ited. Charges moderate. Thebestof Liquors ia
the bar. March 30.'76-tf.
O W N HOOK.
Having purchased the entire stock at the
old stand of Kirk Jk Spencer, iu Lumber City,
I intend carrying ou the businer as hereto
MT MOTTO IS TO SELL CHEAP FOtf
Tliatiking our friends and customers for
past patronage 1 solicit conticuauce ol the
Sept. 15th, ISG'J, ISAAC KIRK.
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP.
E I W A Ii D MACK,
Market Afreet, nearly opposite the residence ef
it. li ewoopc. tsq.,
Would respectfully announce to the citizens ef
Clearfield an1 vietcitv. that ho has ipened a
BOOT AXD .IIOK SIH'P, in the huildii c lately
occupied by J. h Cuttle. as alswomce.and that he
is determined not to be oublone either in quality
of work or prices. Special attention civeti to the
manufacture ot sewed work. French Kip and
Calf Skins, of the best quality, always on hand,
tiive him a call. June 24. 'ri.
K A T Z E Pv,
Opposite ,he J8;j
Dealer in Dry Goods. Dress Goeds Millinery ;
Goeds. Greceries. Hard-ware. Queens-ware, Stone- !
ware, Clothing, BoeU. Shoes, Hats. Caps. Flour. !
Bacon, Fish. ?alt. etc. is constantly receiving new j
supplier from the cities, which he will dispose of j
at the lowest market prices, to customers. Before
purchasing elsewhere, examine his steek.
Clearfield. Ffbrunr? 9. 1-7C
O O M E T H I N G N S tV
IX ANSONYir I E,
Clearfield county, Venn's.
The-iindersigned having erect i. during the
past summer, a lare and cummo lfou b;orc roola
is now engaged in tilling it up with a new and
select ajuortmentof Fall and Winter s"ds. which
be offers to the public at prices to suit the time
His stack of Mens' acd boys' clothing is mu-ual
ly extenive. and is odtred t'e customers at from
ilO to flO for a whole suit. -Flour. alt.and tire
eeries, of every kind. complete asset tment;
Stoves and stove-pipe, a heavy stock ; Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps, in great variety: Ladies'
dress goods, furs, and orher fancy soods. together
with an endless assortment of notions too tedious
to enumerate, always on band, and eor sale very
cheap. Prints at 1 rents a yard. and other goods
in proporjion. Now is the time to bny.
Country produce of every kind, at the highest
market prices, will he taken in exchanjo for
goods; and even Greenbacks will not be refused
for any article in store. Examino my stock be
fore you bnv elsewhere.
Oojober 30.IS6T. II. SWAN.
STOVES Ironsides and Farmer Cooks. Ringr.
Parlor Stoves Stove Grates, Tee Kettles e
t C KRATZER S, Orjv,siie the Jli.
NEW STORE !
CHEAP GOODS !
At Glen Ilope, Clearfield Co.
Ii now selling the cheapest goods in the oeunty at
Win. K. Iickcrion a old stand.
DRT GOODS, GROCERIES, B00T3
AND SUOES, DKrOS,
MEDICIN'liS. 4e ,
CHEAP FOR CASH
Call sud examine before purchasing elsewhere,
as by fo doing yon will save money.
Nov. 23, 1870-3m.
EVA N C Y STORE
Misses Rynder & Lanich.
M'e bare just received and opened a full and com
plete stock of
Ladies' Dress Caps, Grovcr and Baker
Sewing Machine?, both Elastic
ami Lock Stitch, and a very
beautiful assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER FISH AND
The goods are all jutt new. and a ehnre of public
patronage is respectfully solicited.
Clearfield, Dec H. TO.
Vho sells the chapest goods ia the
MOSS OP !
"Who tells best calicoes at 12 J cts z yard
Who sells best nnhleached muslin at IT cents
M 0 S S 0 P !
Who sells IIair Calf Boots at $5 00? j
Who sells Hall's best Coarse Boots at ti 58 T
VThasells Hall's bestKip Boots at 4,50?
Who sel'.s Hats lewer thaa anybody else ? j
Y7ho sells Sugar the cheapest?
Who soils Sjrt'p the cheapest? '
Who sells Flour tho cheapest ?
Who sella Chop nvA Feed the cheapest?
Who sells Ilardwar the cheapest ?
Who sells Queensware tho cheapest ?
Who sells Tinware the cheapest?
Who sells Clothing the cheapest ?
Who sells riastcrtho cheapest?
Who sells Salt ths cheapest?
Who first brought poods down to the
lowest cash prices ? .
Everybody should buy their goods at
. Clearfield. May 12 18M.
SHOE?. Ladicj ' and Children's cutom made.
Lasting 'Sailer". Kid and Carpet Slippers, Moroc
co and Glove Kid lialmorals. Children's Culored
Shoes, very cheap Opposite the jail.
HOl'SEIIOLD GOOD?. Tubs. Brooms. Churns.
Wash I'.ubbers Ku'ter Bowls. Coffee Mills. Bath
I'-rick. Hall aud Paper and Mus.in Blinds, Clothes
baskets. Tea Trays Opposite the jail.
. C. KKATZEK.
GKOUKR AND rXGROUND SPICES. Citrn
tnglish Currants. Essence Coffee, and Vine
gar of the best quality, for sale bv
Jn.l. HAKTaWICK i IRWIN.
QtWAIM'S PANACEA. Kennedy's Medical Cis
O covery. Uembold s fJuchu. Hake's Cod Liver
Oil. Jayce'sand Ayer's Medicii.es.for sale br
.Ian. 10 HARTS-WICK A IRWIN
TO Pt'IDDERS. Nails. Glass. u)u, Pin7s7caT
cine Planter. Lead, Varnishes. Locks. Hinges, ic
at reduced prices. Opposito the jail. ' '
RIED FRI IT, at reduced prices, at
! rpHE UNIVERSAL DIAL is a curious
' -- invention, and a nerfeet success. Its
simplicity and accuracy are truly wonderful.
free "The Old Clock on the Wall," in another
column. October la. 1 jTO Cm.
SAWED LUMBER. The undersigned
hnvin; started in the Lumber business
near Ofeeola, Clearfield county. Pa., ia now pre
pared to furnish Pine boards, clear and panel,
atufl, ie. Pine and Hemlock biils sawed to order
and shipped on short notice.
C. 11. M .4 COMBER.
May 6, 189-tf. Clearfield CO., P-
"VTOTICE. Having purchased theintsrest
X of J. A. Uluttenberaer, Esq., in the bu
siness heretofore carried on under the firm name
of J A. Dlattenberger Co., the same will be
conducted herearter under the name of Moshan-
non Land and Lumber Co., (Store).
H.H.SHILLINHFORD. JOUN LAWfllE,
May II, ISTO-tf. .
SANDY LICK HOTEL,
Eeynoldsville, Jeflerson County, Ta
J. S. RADEBACH, Proprietor.
A first cln?s country Hotel The table supplied
with the beat the market affords. Choice liquors
at the p&i A share of public patronage re.-pecu
fully soliored November 9, 1370.
K E M 0Jr A L !
C.JvRATZEU & SONS,
Have removed to the large and elegant NEW
STORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mcr
relf 4 Bigler's Hardware Store, where they will
be pleased to see their old and new customers.
Citixenaof the county visiting Clearfield, ana
wishing to make purchases, will find it to their
advantage to examine thoir stock.
Goods at cash prices exchanged for all kinds of
country produce. - Jan. 6,09.
Corner of Second St. and Hill Road.
lias just received and opened, at tho above nam
ed place, an entire new stock ef Spring
- and Summer GoeJs which he will
tell very cheap for cash.
His stack consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queenswart. Uoota and Shoes. Hats and .
Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc. Ho alto keeps
choice Flour, Com Meal, Chop feed,
Bacon, Fish and dried Fruits.
Persons desireus of purchasing goods at fair
rates are respectfully requested to
jive him a call.
Approved country produce will be taken, at
the highest prices, in exchange lor goads. ,
Clearfield. June 17, 1963. J
"THIS WEE K.
Freiuth Merinos, good colorsat 75 cts.
Black Alpaca, 25 cents to 1,25
Elcgant Plaids, 20 cents to 2.
riain and Figured Pop!ins,20c to$1.25.
Reps, in the handsomest colors.
Latins, at 50c to 1.25.
Great bargains in Black Silks, prices
ranging from ?1,25 to 4.
Bargains in Coating,Frosted and riain
Beavers, Sealskin, Dogskin Cuilicula,
Agtrachan Beaver, from 3,50 to 12.
Splendid Velveteen, 75c to 2.
"Waterproof DOc to 51,75.
All Wool and Zephyr Shawls, cheap.
Roman Stripe Shawls.
Paisley and Broche, from 18 to 510.
Furs, from 3,00 to 75,00 a set.
These furs are purchased direct
from the manufactories, and
I will warrant them in ev
Also a full line of
of the latest styles.
Millinery and Coat Making
done in best style.
Ladits', Misses and Childrens' Shoes.
Gents' Hats, Caps, kc, kc.
These Goods have been purchased low
and will be sold the same.
Persons are respectfully invited to call.
Butter, Eggs, and all marketable coun
try produce taken in exchange
for goods. '
v M. REED,
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
Nov, ?. 1870.
F 0 11 SALE,
White Lead, Zino Taint, Linseed Oil. Turpentine
Tarnishes of all kinds. Colors, in oil and
dry, Paint and Varnish brashes.
' MARTSTVrCK 4 IRWIS,
Clearfield. Pa -M 6. '69.
LONGEST K O O F
in .the United States is 0:1 Uinek's Sons' Factory,
Eastou, l'a.. one third of mile long and is
CHS AP, DURABLE and ei-sily applied. Send
for circular and camples to the manufacturers.
READY ROOFING CD,
June 1-ap. 13, y. No. 61 Courtland St. N. T-
("1LEA1I FIELD X MISERY. Encolr-
ace Home Ixdi'sthy. The utidorsi.L'n
ed having established a Nursery, on the Pike
halfway between Curwensville and ClearSell
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindf of Frni
tree.". (?cmlard and dwarf.) Evergrfn. Shrub
bery. Grape Vinesiioopebcrry, Lawtcn Ltacli
berry, !-trawberry aT.d Raspberry vines. AIsj
SibrianCrab trees. Quince and early ScarlctRbeu
barb, &s. Orders promptly attended to. Addres
Aug 31,lhC4 J. U. V. 'KIGHT, Cnnvensvilie
'mliE OLD CLOPK C'N THE WALL," with
1 its dusty FA'' 12, iuut now put on a bright
new DIAL, and faencrforth kep the time of four
er live of the jrreat cities of the wcrld, either in
Europe or America, us you may desire, und keep
y-Hur own time us betore. alo. It may be attach
ed to any ordinary due, and is both ornamental
aud use! tl. In the parlor it is crnumcntal. In
the public hou-e it is a matter of curiosity, and
in the school room it is a matter of (Treat utility.
Send fr a circular to cs. L. PURDY,
!. l!l,'7ft-f,oi Westover. Pa.
WINE & LIQUOR STORE-
I. L. EEIZEXSTEIN,
WIXBS AXB LIQUORS,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
A good assortment for medical purposes always
Anril 6. lS70-tf.
JAS." T. BRADY & CO.,
(Surresiors to S. Joitrs f Co.,)
CORNEK FOURTH AND WOOD STREETS,
PITTS B ITSGH, PA.,
B A N K E R S,
Btr AND SELL ALL KINDS of-
Gold, Silver and Coupons.
Sit percent, interest allowed on deposits sub
ject to check.
Money loaned on- Government Bonds.
Bonds registered free of charge.
July 1. ISTO-ly. JAMES T. DRADY t CO.
CAN T HO O K S !
The Clearfield Excelsior Canthook will not wear
out or break, beinj constructed with one solid
band from elip to point.
It is pronounced by all practical Lumbermen
who have examined it to ho the most perfect cunt
hook ever invented.
Amo? KennarJ, Patentee. All orders promptly
AMOS KESNARD k CO.,
Nov 23. - Clearfield, pa. 1S70.
AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS !
Eijri'y-six ThtHianil.S'WH II itndrrd and ZL'Wt-
ty-on JTti ci i n iuaUe and old the
The number exceeds bv thousands the sales of
any other Machine, and the demand ia still in
Inttbti THOUSAND rttt KthK
ARE NOW BEING MADE AND SOLD.
THE BESOKS WHY:
Because it embodies essential principles not
found in any olber Machine ; because of its im
plicity of construction, ease ot operation, uni
f 'riuity f precise action at anypeed,and ca
paciiy for the greatest range an I variety of werk,
fine or coarse.
Parties wisbiiii; to purchase should not fail te
exam in this best of all Sewing Machines.
I have tho Agency for this Machine, and will
keep a full suunjj on haiid.
Cieiira'Md.Miiy 4, '70 tf J. a. MlUivjtr.s.
Q LOTH IN G! CLOTHING!!
G003 AUD CH2A?!!!
Men. Youths end Boys enn he f uplr-ieJ with ful
suits of seasonable aud fashionable clothing a
I. L. EEIZENSTEIN'S,
where it is sold at prices that will induce their
purchase. The universal satisfaction which has
heen given, has induced him to increase his
s'ock, which is now net surpassed by any estab
lishment of tho kind in this part of the Ct.ito.
I. L. KEIZENSTEIN,
Fells rous at a very small proOt, .for cash;
His goods are well made and fashioLable.
He gives every one the worth of his money.
Us treats his customers all alike.
He sells cheaper than every body else.
His store is eonvenently situated.
He having purchased his stock 1 1 reduced
prices he can sell cheaper tl an others.
For these and ether reasons persons should bny
their cloihii. at
I. L. REIZENSTKIN'S.
Produce of every kind taken st the highest
market prices. May 13, lbf.4.
LOOK AT THIS !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles and Miscellaneous Pooks; heet Masie
for Piano, Flute and Violin;
Blank Account and Pass Books", of every de
scription; Paper and Enwolop'? French
pressed and plain; Pens-and Pencils;
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and
Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment
Brief; Legal cap; Record cap and
Bill cap, etc,
Will be sold at Wholesale or Retail by
P. A. GAULIN,
At the Post office, on Market Street,
May S, 1363
ft ALT ' SALT!: A crime article of groutd a
O um <, pat cp in patent liens, for salecuea
QTOP CHEWING TOBACCO Save
your money ami restore your health, by
using Dr. By-rn's Antidote for Tobacco This is
not a substitute but a cure for Suio'sin?. Chewing
and Snuff-takinjf Few persons are aware of the
tcrrii.ie effects of the noxious weed on the human
system. ly.--pepsia. headache, disease of the liver,
sallow complexion, costiveneri of the bowels, loss
of memory, and other diseases, are the affliotions
brought eu by its use. Ihe Antidote is purely
vegetable and harmless. It a.-ts ss tonic on the
systoni. purine the blood, and enable c person to
digest the heartiest i'od. atnpks sent free for
50 ts S3 rer dozen. Address M. J YAKNELL.
i Canuou ft., N. Y.
Nov. 2 t. 'TO-tiin
r)R. KLINE, at the riiilu.J.'lphb Caticor
1J Inftitut. Ml Arch Street ; Prut'. 3 ni
ton. 23S West 4th Street, CiLcinnati. Ohio, and lr
tJreene at Charlotte. N C, are making astonish
ing cures of al by their great
Cancer Antidote 1'IX'FRS without the knife
or caustio wedi TV M O I! S cine, and with but
little pain. Ev CA.NCIiKS ery root und fibre
is killed and re ' moved, it taken
in lime, aud cannot return. Beware of bogus Pro
fessors, with their bogus treatu;ems, stealing our
advertisements. No otuars have these trentmeius.
None other should ever be used. For full pari y
ulars, send for a circular, or call, or addres ns u
bove. November 2. lftTU-m.
W E A V I N G !
Mrs. R. CALDWELL,
Having engaged in the V, EAYINil BUSINESS,
at htir rci.ititico nnr Logan's .M:I1, desires to in
form her friend acd the public, that she Las now
and will keen cnri mtlv on ban I. a tf" selected
t.wk ot COTTON. WO'i'LKN and HUMP V.'AilPS,
and is prepared to furnish to order Carpet ready
made, or warp and weaving. Weaving ot all
kinds done to order. If desired sho cau furnish
cotton warn if al! kiuds fur linen or woulcn fill
ing. Waul and rags tnken in txch.inio.
Address, Jilts. U. CALDWELL,
Octl2,'70-lyr Curwensville, Pa.
D1STOX, CROSS CUT.
A.XD CIRCULAR SAWS.
And DIaTON S SAWS of ail kii.d.i,
for sa! by
li. F. B1GLEU A CO.
IL F. J3I0LER & CO.,
II A ED ABE,
AND MA.XITACTCKBKS OF
Tiu and Slicct Iron "Ware,
Or ALL KINDS. ALSO,
Baggage Harrow?, Warehouse Trucks, Copyirg
Presc3, Improved Monay'Drawers, ic,
for sale :.v
II. F. BIGLER & CO.,
Dealers in Hardware,
March 18 Clearfield. Pa 1870.
WOOD CHOPPERS' AXE,
t Manufactured expressly for the
CLEARFIELD TRADE, .
for tale by
H. t. "BI03LEH A CO. '
FRUIT CAN ,
Manufactured from bet charcoal tin,
Grooved and soldered on ouuide;
A ISO, GLASS FJ1 TUT JARS,
for sale by
H. F. Iil'.iLEil & CO.
C OOK ST 0 V E S !
XA TIONA L RA XGIT. 4r., A-c,
And nil kinds of
On hand and for sale by
II. F. BIGLER & CO.,
CLE A RFIELD, 1A.
PINK and White Lining Skins, and Roan Skins
at H. Dili LEE 4 CO S.
TniMSLE-SKElNS and Pipe-boxes. t r Wag
ons, for sale by 11. F. BIGLER i. CO
KONi IKON" Lest bar iron, for tale at he
II. F. LIGLEU 4 CO.
OTOVES of all sorts and si;es. eonstantly on
O hand at
II. F. 1UGLEK ii CO S
ABLE CHAINS a good articli . en hand and
ii 1" . li I iJLi.lt & CO.
HOR5E-SHOES, and horse-nails, to be had at
I'. F. Bill LEU & CO S.
SADDLES, Bridles, harness, eollrwa ic. fcr
sale at H. F. EIGLEll A CO S.
GUNS. Pistole and sword cnr.es to he lad at
ii F. El'ILEli & CO o.
HARNESS. Trimmings, and Shoe-nndinrs for
salect H. F. J'ltiLElt A GO'S.
OIL, Putty. Paints Glass nnd Nnils. for sale at
March '10. H F EHJLEU CO S.
-VJEW LAMPS Perkins Hon-c's Non-Explo-sive
Lamp a new articte iust received aud
for sale by HAKlty F. MULFR A CO.
IXTT-FIYE FIRST TRIZS
WILLIAM KNABE & CO.,
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
U J' (J K 1
These Instruments have been before tbo public
for nearly thirty yenrs and upon their excellence
alone attained an unpurebaj-cd pre-eminence,
which pronounces them unequaled. Their
combines great power, swoetnes and Cne singing
quality, as well as greet purity of Intonation. and
sweetness throughout the entire scale. Their
is pliant and elastic, and entirely free from the
etifiuees fo"nd in so many Pianos.
they are unequaled. using cone but the very best
seasoned material, the large capital employed in
our business enabling us to keep continually an
immensestock of lumber, &c., on hand.
ljtf All our Square Pianos have our new im
proved Overstrung Scale and the Agraffe Trehle.
"i" We would call spec.in.1 attention to our late
improvements lnliliANU MA&os ana N'LAUt
GRANDS: Patented August 14, lt-fiti. which bring
the Piano nearer perfection than has yet been at
Every Tiano fully warranted for 5 years.
We have made arrangements for the sole who'o-
salo agency for the niest Celebrated r.AttL,mt UR
U ANs'ur.d MFLODEANS. which we offer Whole
sale and Retail, at Lowest Factory Prices.
WILLIAM KNABE A CO..
Sept. 21.'70-6m Baltimore, Md.
J J 1 F. N A D G L F, .
GRAHAM'S JtOW, CLEAKFIELu.
Theundereigned respectfully informs his old
customers and the public, that he h-s on hand,
(nnd constantly receiving new additions;) a large
stock of Clocks, A7atcb.cs and Jewelry,
CLOCKS, a large variety from the best Iai
ufactory.coniisting of Light-day and thii ty-hour
spring and ll eight, aud Levers, Time, Strike and
WA TCHESa.ir.a assortment. o fsilver Hunt
ing and open case American patent Levers, plain
and full jeweled
GOLD PEXS. an elegant assortment, of the
best quality. Afso, in silver extension and desk
SPECTACLES, a large assortmant, fT acd
near siht, colored and plain glass.
JEWELRY of every variety, from a single
pioco to a full set.
A LSU. a fiue assortmitnt of Spoons. Forks, but
ter ki.i vei. etc., plated on genuine Alubata.
ALSO. Hair Jewelry .with pure gold mounting
gat up to order. Call and see sample book.
All kind? of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry care
fully repaired and Warraittrd .
A continuance ol patronage is solicited.
Nov. 2-uh. JsidS. H. F. NALGLE
C. L. KEEB,
W. POH tLL.
O. F. BCOP
CLEAR ?IELD PLANING MILL
Missrs. HOOP. WEAVER 4 CO., Proprietors,
would respectfully inform the citizens (J the
county that they have completely refitted and
supplied their PEAKING MILL, is this Borough,
with the best acd latest improved
WOOD "WORKING MACHINERY,
and are now prepared to execute all eiders i l.
their line of business, such as
Sash, Doors, Rmids, Brackets, aud
Moldings, of all kinds.
They have a large stock of dry lumber ea hand,
and will pay cash for clear stuff, one-and-a-hal'
inch Ditnnc! pl-ink preferred Nor .T7.
XT E W SPRING STOCK!
J. SHAW k SOX.
Have just returned from the east and are new
opening an entire new stock of geods ia the reom
formerly eccupied by Vm. F. Irwiu, on Market
Street, which they sow efTer to ike publie at the
lowest cash prices.
Their stock consists ef a geaeral assortment ef
Dry Goeds. Groceries, Queensware, Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Dress Goeds,
Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Droams, Nails, etc.,
in fact, everything usually kept in a retail More
can be had by calling at this store, er will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well selected, acd consists of the
newest gooJj, of the hcet quality, ef the latent
styles, and will he sold at lowest prices for cash,
or exchtiEGjfcd for approved country produce.
Be sure and eall and examine oar steck before
making your pnrchases, as we are determined
Please all who may Livor us with their custom.
May8, 1907. J. SHAW A SON.
pUEXITUKE li O O M S.
Desires to Inform his oi l friends p.nd cettomerg
that, having enlarged Lis shop and increased his
ftiri'itics for nrnrufjcturirip. he is low prepared
to make to ordr sah furniture as may be desir
ed, in good style and at cheap rctcs for ca.-h. lie
mostly has on hand at his --I'uiniture Itornis.1
a v&rtcd assortment of turnituie, among which i,
Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centre. Sofu. Parlor,
Breakfast aad Lining extension Tables.
Common, French-poets, Cottage, Jen
ny- Liind r.na oilier Eecsstcads.
SOFAS OF ALL KIXl-'S. tV'ORK-STAXDS, HAT
ItACivS, WAsil.SlA.NiJS, 4e.
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlur Chairs;
And common and oiher Chairs.
Of every description on hsnd. and new jlassM fcr
old frames, which will be put :t in very
r'isoniibie terms, onmurt notice.
He alse keeps oa hand, or furnishes to erder. Hair,
Corn-husk, Hi:ir end Cotton top 3Iattreses.
COi'FI.-XS, OF EVERY CI 3D,
Uade to order, acd funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, House painting done to order.
Tbea'jove. and many other articles are famished
to cnstomo'S cce:ip torcasn or exchappeef for ap
proved country produce. Cherry. Maprte. Por lar,
Lin-wooci r.nd other Lumber suitable tor thetbasi
ncs. taken in Xi-t:HiFu fci furniture.
Itemetrher the ?hcp is nn aLirKet street. Clcar
field, and ueariv opposite the -Oid Jew Store."
December 4. 1K1 JCI Ol I I I I Ii-
P. T. I.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A Pure. Pleasant, f nfc and KelinMe Tecic. com
pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos
itively pure spirits. Lee fn nj fuil oil, er
other irritating properties, and will
not disagree or offend the most
dclicnte stomach. Warrant
ed to contain more med
icinal viitue than any
bitters at prcseut cfTcied to the pubiia.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL.
To increase the Appetite to promote Hijrestion
to cure Hyspcpsia to cuia I'e er and Ague to
cure llillonsness to cure Consti pation to cure
Chronic Hinirhca to cure Flatulence to cure
Acid Kruotations to cure Nervous L'ebility to
cure Hypochondria tr. euro Sallownese of the
C F-nplexion to cure Pimples and blotches to
euro Uencrul Debility and Prostration of the
IT HAS XO . EQ UAL.
TRY IT AND BE Cdls VINCED.
SOLD F. VERY WHERE, AT $1 PER BOTTLI.
A liberal discount to the trade.
isrFACTCar.n exclusively bt
A. I. S II A W,
Dealer in Drutrs. Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
Stuffs. Oils. ' ::ints. Varnishes. Ae.; Patent
Mediciues. Pure Wines and Litjuora for
medical purposes. Fancy and Toilet
Articles, and all goods usually
kept in a I'ru Store, seld
Hsvinir employed E. D. Snyder a gradunate in
Pharmacy who. speaks both English and tier
man, the undersigned feels no hesitancy in saying
that eustomcrscan rely upon having the prescrip
Hons properly put up. . A. I. SHAW.
Feb. 23, 1S70. . .
rJ1EETU ! TEETH ! !
Ertrai-tel for 25 Cer.t.,
efiidcut inx-tiietics now in usa.j'by Ml
S J. 1 1 mix. Srqton Dentist, Curnill,. Pm
toth.Crr,.erofMato ani Locusl
Jenkins' More, where he is r.repircd to roc'
his customers iu newly Ct.d p ltOPms.
thetr-woik inthemof. ,kiiful knd worstulikl
manner All .ork don. in the la...
"ptroved styles and guaranteed '
Dr. Hays will ben-gaged in h is office from tr.
1st to the 2:id of each month ; the balance .?.,
month he will sj end in Glen Hope, l4ns'd.
and Luther.Urg. alternate!,.
set distance, .-hould write to us previous ot ,h.,r
coming. ifS.H boM. from te 13 oelovk A V
and from 1 to i o'clock. P M ' '
He uc-e r one but the very best material ,n4
defy eompetuiun for beauty, cheapness, ai,d du
lability Give u a call.
Curwensville. 1'a . M.-.y 25, 1S78 -ftby.
. P O U N D R
TK. 1 ; , . ..
uuueraigitcu navine "!erM into ce Sr4
cership. in the FOUNDRY KUSIYESS ia
Curwcivil!e. wanld iuform the public that the
keen on baud, and will manufacture to order.
and every other description of article generally
trade iu a country fuuudry.
Teiuis reasonable. Old metal taken ia ex
change for work.
A share of patronage is respectfully aolielUe.
reb.2:i,'7()-ly. JAMLS .'. WELCH. '
"CHEAPER ihii lie CHEAPEST."
GOODS AT REDUCED FRICES,
JUST RECEIVED I5Y
AEN0LI) & IIAIiTSIIORX,
(Oue door West First Nat. Back.)
navin? just returned from the East with a
plete a: .n.rtinect of lioods suitable for the Spring
and J-'uii.mer trade, wo are now prepared te fur-
niin a!i Emus ol uoods
'CHEAPER THAN TES CnL'A6T."
And p.fier thankini; our customers fur their lib
eral patronaja during the pu.t year, we would
mojt re.-pectfully atk for a continuance of the
same. Our stcck consists cf
II A TS CA TS.
CLOTH 1 XG.
Al-e. Flour. Bacon, Salt. Fi.-h. Grain, is., lo , aB
of which will be sold en the most reasonable
terms. nd the highest market price paid fer
Grain Waol and all kinds of lumber and country
Please give ns a call before ptirehasin; elsewker
Satisfaction guaranteed as to quality and pneee.
Cer. Main Thcmpsci, 3t.
April ?.'7S CcrnDsvil!f , J?k
E. A. Irvi.v & Co.,
Ceing specially engaged ia the hosineu ef Hy
ing an selling SQCAF.B TlMBSIt, weu.'d re ire
sent that they are now prepared te parihase time
ber, delivered at either Curwessrille, Lodk Bavea
or Marietta, or will tae it at any cf thete peiaU
and sell on eoBimissiea, reakicg t?n sdvaaeee u
Those engaged la getting eut tiiceer wiU id
at our store in Curwensvi.'!. a very large sek
of STAPLS GOODS, of all description.
and everything necessary for use of Lumbenaee.
RAFT KOrC. of all sires, kept est hacdia large
quantities, and sold at a email advance, by tie
coil. AL-o, TL'LLEr BLOCKS, SMALL ROI'B, As.
Special inducements offered te those maaatee
turing Square Timber.
E. A. IKVIX A CO
CurwensTille. Jan. 12. 1S79
The Second Session of the present cholastn
year, of this Institution, will commence on Mon
day, the 21st day of November, 1570
Pupils can enter at any timo. They will b
charged with tuition from the time they enter to
the close of the session.
Theconrscof instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical ami axomplish
ed education of both sexes
Tho Principal having had the advantage e
much experience in his profession, a.-:sure p
rents and guardians that bis entire at.ility
energies will be devoted to the mental and meral
training of the youth placed under his charge.
TERMS OF TUITION:
Orthography. Reading. Writing and T.-imary A
rithmetie, per session, (llwceks),
English Grammar, Geography, Arithmetio ana
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration,
Surveyin-, Philosophy, Physiology, iibeniistry.
Book keeping. Botany, and Physical Geogra
Latin, Greek and French, with any of the abave
branches, 12 00
MUSIC. Piano. (.10 lessons), 10 00
IXo deduction will be made for absence.
For lurther particulars inquire of
Ret. P. L. HARRISON, a.
July 31. 1870. PincipaL,
rpHE highest market prices p.iUor SMijl-
lAXXED FRUIT. Canned Plums. p"
j and canned corn, ete .for aale at "
1 Store of A. I. fcB A"