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c QUfizman' gournaf, gfearfiefb, Iff a., gftatcl) 15, 1871,
got the farmer.
Orchard and Awrswy Planting should be
done as soon as the ground will admit of be
ing worked. The ground ought to have
been plowed in the fall, and then thoroughly
harrowed in spring before the trees are set.
In setting out young trees, clvxse thoee of
good, thrifty growth, and sU-aieht smooth
luning and Scrapitig may be done when
the weather is mild. Old trees, which would
be nearly worthless without this renovation,
may, with a little digging and manuring
around, produce a considerable quantity of
Tent CaterptTlcrs' Eggs may te easily
ecen now, and removed, thus sav'mg a great
deal of trouble.
Canker- Wormt will ascend during the
warm days, and means should be taken to
Btop them. Strips of tarred paper around
the trunks are ?ood, if the coat of tar is
frequently renewe J. A more expensive way
is to encircle the trees with a trough of
glass or tin, and keep it filled with pe trole
um. Clear the troughs of the dead insects,
for, if left to accumulate they only serve as
a bridge for others.
Poultry of all kinds will be commencing
to lay this month. Geese may be allowed
to sit as soon as they wish. Ducks' egps
should be set under hens if early broods are
wanted, at least until the first of May. The
middle of April is early enough for the ear
liest broods of chickens or ducks, unless es
pecially good houses and yards are prepar
ed Vermin mnst be looked to upon all domes
tic animals at this season. Sulphur if giv
en in Email doses to pigs and poultry is a
useful preventive. Flowersof sulphur in
hens' nesU, and kerosene upon their roosts,
drives them away effectually. Carbolic soap
in strong solution, may safely be used to
wash cattle and sheep with.
Strawberries set out in early spring, will
bear a small crop of fruit the same season,
but it is better for the vines to remove it.
Plant black and raspberries a3 soon as the
frost is out of the ground. The last year's
canes should be cut back to four cr five
Cuttings of gooseberries and currants
ought to be made and planted as soon as
possible. The oid bushes, when thorouch
ly thinned out, produce much nicer fruit
than when left to themselves.
Gripe Vines do as well pruned early in
March as at any time provided that they
are net frozen.
Spade or Plow in a liberal dressing of
manure between the rows of small fruits;
it pays io the increased quantity and quality
of the next crop.
The hardier annuals may be sown in a
warm sheltered spot. When it is desired
to have them flower early, a few may be
sown in a hot bed. Asters, Balsams, etc.,
may be started in this way.
TIME OF HOLDING COURT.
?i Monday in January, j 3d Monday in June. 2 vr.
3d " in March, 4th " in Sept 2 w.
4th " in Way, 2d ' in Nor 2 w.
COUNTY AND DISTRCT OFFICERS.
Pres'tJudge Hnn.Chas.A Mayer. Lock Haven.
As'te. Judges iion. Samuel Clyde. Clearfield.
Hon. Jacob v uilielm dranamton
Sheriff. . . . Cyrenus Howe, .
Prothonotary, Aaron C. Tate, .
Reg. A Rec. . Anbury W. Lee.
District Att'y.W. 31 M'Cullough
Treasurer.. . Lever Fiegal.. .
Co. Surveyor. S. F MeClokey,
Commias'n'rs, Othello SmeaJ, .
Samuel Shaffaer, .
Samuel 11. Hindinan,
Auditor). . . Clark Brown. . . .
Price A. Rowlea,
John D. Miller, . .
Coroner. . . . James A. Moore. . .
Co.Superind't Geo W.Snyder, .
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
Townships. Nam of P. O. Nimts of P.M .
Beccaria. - - Glen Hope. - - Homer uoliree,
... I'tahviila. - - - R M(.P;,rl!in.4
Hejarty's Roads Samuel liegarty
S A. Rorabauirli
Ckest, - - -Cush.
- - -Ostend.
Forrest. - -Clearfield
Wallatseton, - -Woodland,
- Thos.A. .M'G'iee
- J. W Campbell.
II. L. Henderson
- J as F"rrest.
John E Moors
- Kd. WiiKams
- L. B. Carlilo
Mrs. C. Weaver
- Jebn Ileherlin.
- Sam'l Mct'urie
- Matihew Iwin.
- W. Summerville
- Lewis J. Ilurd
- Wra Mcflarvey
- S A. Farber.
- P. . (iaulin
- Claud Earmoy
- John Reiter
Bloom, - -Boggs,
. . .
- - - Luther.burg,
- - - iroutviile.
" - - Jefferson Line, -Burnside,
" ... Burnside.
" --. Patchinville, .
Hard, - - -
Mcflarvey. - -
Westorer. - -
Clearfield, - -Frenehvil'e,
Chest,- - -
Philinsbnrir. Centre ooiintv Pa
AV oaf ll..atnr . . 1 r..-r
terguson, .v.arron. - -Girard,
- - - Leeontp'a Mills,
John P Straw.
- Augu"s Leconte,
- U. II. Morrow.
- Thos. II . Foroey
J 0. O. Ci iinoe.
- Henry Alleman.
- Miss R J. Tyler.
II J. Sloppy.
Ed. C. Brenner.
T. F Boalich.
Bald Hills. -
Grab an, - - Grahamton,
Gnelich, - - Smith s Mills,
- AJIemanaT -
Morris, - -
- Tyler, - - -
- PennfieU, - -
- A'nsonville, - -
- Salt Lick. - -
- New Millport, -
- Kylertown. -
- Morridale. - -
- Osee. Mill. . -
- - -" Lumber City.t .
H W. Spencer.
D. E. BrubaKr
.... Grampian Hills.
Pike, .... Curwensville, -Cnion.
- - - Roekton. - - .
Woodward. Jeffries. - - .
" .... Mafrft ...
I . G Derbv
4 This Post Office w'll do for Chest township,
t W ill answer for Ferguson township.
STATE C. STATES DIRECTORY.
OFFICERS OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Governor - . . John Geary, Cumberland,
heey ofcotn. - Frar.k Jordan - Bedlord.
Dep. Secretary. J M. Weakley. -Auditor
Gen - John F Hartranft. Mon'eomerv"
feurveyorGen.- J M C.mpbei,, . Cambria
AdmtVt Gen ' U v ' Pbild" 'i
Adjutant Gen. - U. B M Crea t - Fn
State Treasurer, Wm. W lrwinV . B
Sup. Com Sch'e J. P Wicker-bam. Lancastar
renuty Sap ,.- C. R.Cobu.n. . .
Mate Librarian. Wien Forney. . . laUphin
Scpbe CorT Chief Justice Jan, Tb'omn
on. Associates. Henry W. Williams. John M
Heed. Daniel Agnew. George Sharswocd es'
ions. Philadelpihs. 1st Mon lav of January. Har
risbnrg. 4th Monday of April Punbury. 1st Mon
day of October Pitwburg. 3d Monday of October
OFFICERS OF THE CXITED STATUS
President. - - - I lyases S. Grant. - Illinois,
tice President, Schuyler Colfax, . Indiana
See. of State, - Hamilton Fish. - New York
lZ' Jt w!" 7' Se 1- Boutwell, Massachusetts
Beo of War. - m. w. Belknap. Iowa.
6e.. of Navy . Oe-. M. Robeson, New Jer-ey
See. of Interior Jacob D. Cox, - . Ohio
P. M. Gen. - - J A J. Crcswelj, Maryland.
Attorney Gen. - K. R ollr. . . Maiachuett.
Ohio"":' C"- 'V TChief J"- s S
Main. sl.Tv ,Jl"""r--N;"h Clifford of
vii. of Illinois. Noah H Swavne t,r ilk,, c
-I F. Miller, of low.. Step j FieVd V cIT
(l.r,of Chief Jur..,e MW.of .WiVlUv
TERMS OF TIIE JOnRA
'The Rafts a as 'a Jocekal is published on Wed
neaday at $2,00 pet annom in advance. If no!
paid at tbe beginning of the year. 82,50 will be
charged, and $3,00 if not paid before the close.
Adtektiskmehts will be inserted at Si.50 per
square, for three or less Insertion! Ten lines
(or less) counting a square. For every additional
insertion SI) cents will be charged A deduction
will be made to yearly advertisers
No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper will be discontinued an
tiila.Il arrearages are paid.exccpt ct the option o
the publisher. 3. J. ROW.
OOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS!!.' EOOTa !!!!
at C. KRATZF.R'S,
Opposite tbe Jail.
T ESTATJF, ANT.-The well-known "Goxl1,
man Saloon," one stjunre east of the
'Nagle House," m Front St., Marietta. Pa., has
been leased by the undersigned, wbcre be will
keep a first-clas "RESTAURANT AND CAFE."
Raltmen will find ic a convenient place to get re
freshments when in Marietta. Tne moat fisti-l-ious
at all times satisSed. G. W. 1ILCKKOTHE.
Marietta. Fab 2,'71-omp.
CHOCKS! POTS! CROCKS!
Stono and Earthenware, of every description.
Fishers' Patent Airtight Self-fcaling Froit Cans.
BUTTER CHOCKS 1V1TJI LIDS, PICKLE
attd APPLE BUTTER CROCKS CREAM
AND MILK VROCKS.STEW POTS,
FLOWER POTS, PIE DISHES, and
a good many ether things too numer
ous to mention, nt tho
STONE-WARE POTTERY OF
Corner of Cherry and Third Streets,
Aug. 3, '70-tf.
N E IV F I It M !
The firm of C. Kratier in the Dry Goods and
Provision business will be known hereafter under
the name of
KRATZER &. LYTLE.
Thanking the public for past favors they hope
for a continuance of tbe same. ,
Clearfield, Feb. 8. lo71
BRANDIES and HOLLAND GINS,
PURE OLD GRATE BRANDIES,
PURE OLD CABINET WHISKEYS.
OLD GRAPE WINES.
All the abovo brands warranted pure and to
excel anything in this market for medicinal pur
GEO. N. COLBURN.
ro-tf Prop'r of Shaw House.
rpiIE WONDERFUL LINIMENT.
This Liniment bavin? been us d, for
some years past. as s fami'y medicine by the pro
prietor, and its good effects coming to the notice
of his neighbors, has. at their suggestion, con
sented to manufacture it for the benefit of the af
flicted everywhere. It is the best remedy for
Catarrh and Billions Cholic. ever offered to the
public: and will cure many other diseases in the
human body. It is also a sure cure for Pole evil
and Wind-galls in horses .Directions for its use
accompany each bottle. Price. SI per bottle, or
six bottles for $5. Sent to any ailaress by enclos
ing tbe price to WM. II WAGONER.
Oct. 6, 1869. Clearfield courty, Fa.
Co-Partnersliip in Store.
C. A.Rorobaugh having associated with him
in the Mercantile busincs", in Lewisville, Clear
field eoun'y, Mr. C. R. MeCracken, solicits a con
tinuanee of the patronage so goncrous'.y extended
Having just returned from the eastern cities
their stock embi aces a large and varied assort,
nicnt of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware. Queens
ware, and in fact nearly everything usu
ally kept in a country store, which they will sell
at prices to suit the times.
Country predncs taken in exchange for good
C. A. KOK03AUGH,
Mr.jlB.-70.tr. c U. M.-CRACKEN
g PORTER R II AW. -P. IX S.
OJiee trt MASONIC BUILDING,
Patting of the NATURAL TEETH in a bcr.lihy
preservative and useful condition, is male a
specialty. Disease and inal formations common
to the mouth, jaw and associate parts are treated
and corrected with f;tir sucmjs.
Examinations and prnsultations FREE
Prices for partial and full sets of Teeth rcn
lowp.r than in 1S70.
It would be well fi.r patients from adislance to
let tne know, by mail, a few days before comii'e
to the office 6
It is very important that child ren between the
aRC" of six and twelve years should have their
By Ar.as'thesia tca!h are ex'ractod wiTiiorr pain.
February 15. 171-tf
f) E N T A L (' A II I).
PR. A .M. HILLS,
Would say to Lis patient? ar i the public gener
ally mat. having di.-so!ve1 partnership wilii Ir.
ShflW lie i R iii) .Ininn rim Ant!.. 1.:.
. - ' " '.in l ID n ,l IV Ul II IB t.'UI" O
i bimfclf. so that pntiart.? nerd not feir beinj put
u....v, me iiuu.ib ui any o: r-r operator.
Having obt lined n reduction of the patent 01
the plate mnterial. I in enabled to put up teeth
kith cheaper than formerly. I nlco have Dr.
Stuck s patent prrv;fv fr working Rubber plates,
which raaV-es a mu-li linht.ir. more elastic and
stronger plate for tbe same amount or material,
and polishes the plv- on both sides, reu-'erin?
it much more easily kept cloan
fr-peci.il attention paid to the prescivation ol
the natural teeth, an i all work guaranteed en
tirely satisfactory to patients.
Office at tbe ol.J ,ian l opposite the Pbaw lloii'o
OrScc hours from 8 to 1 a. .. and 1 to 5 p it
Patienis from a distaneo should notifv me a few
days b-foretand of ibe-r intention to comt
Always at home unle-s other notice appears in
bothjue county papers Feb. I 5. 7 1 tt.
Restaurant and Ice Cream Saloon,
IN LEAVT'S NEW BUILDING,
Second St.. Clearfield, Pa.
Censtantly kept en hand a fine seleation of
Candies. Cigars, Tobacco. Nuns, Ac.
Also Fresh Ojstcrs, received daily, and
served t,p in any ffty l, to suit the
tste of customers.
A full stock of good, ju-t raceived from the East.
Billiard Saloon in Second Story.
Dec. 170.1 W. R M PHKRSOn!
XEAV TIA SHOP!
TIN. COPPER' and SHEET IRON WARE
(nearly opposite the jail),
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
Also, on hand and for sale
"The Times ' Cook Stove,
the best in the world.
A!Uirt?f"i??n?;5t f.PuART-OH d SITTING
Vb .h 2 fcs h"-' -HI be d cheaper
ttantbeyean be purchased at any other
establishment in tbe county.
ROOFING, SPOUTING and JOB WORK
done on reasonable terms.
April (1, 1870.
R O S AD A L I S
THE GREAT AMERICAN I1EALTH
RESTORER, purifies the blood and
cures Scrofula.t5yphilis.Skin Diseases.Rheu-
Omatism. Diseases of women, and, all Chron
ic Affections of the Blood, Liver and Kid
neys. Recommended by the medical Fac
ulty and many thousands of eur best citi
Read the testimony of Physicians and pa-
Sticnts irho have used Rosndali; send for
our Ko;adaIis Guide to Health Hook, or Al
manac for this year, which we p' blish for
gratuitous distribution ; it will give you
much valuable information
Ir. R. W. Cnrr, oi llaitiinorc, says :
A I take pleasure in recominerdinR your
j Rosr.dalis as a very powerful Iterative. I
have seen it used in two ca.-es vr ith happy
resultE one in a case of secondary syphil'S
in which the patient pronounced himself
cured after having taken five bottles of
Dyour medicine The otbor is a cae of scrof
ula of long standing, which is rapidly im
proving under ita use, nr.d the indications
are that the patient will soon recover. I
have carefully examined the formula by
which your Rosadalis is made, and find it
nn excellent compound of alterative ingre
l dients. ,
Ir. Spa-ks. of Nicholasvillc. Ky . says he
lias used Rosadalis in cases of Scrofula and
Secondary Syphilis with satisfactory results
as a cleaner of the 151o;d I know no bct-
Samuel G. McFadden, Murfreesboro',
Tenn . says:
I have u?ed seven boltlos of Rosadalis
Rnd am entirely cured of Kheumati.-m : send
me four bottles, as I wish it for my brother,
I who has scrofulous sore eyes.
Iie.ijamin Rechtol, of Limn, Ohio, writes,
I have sunered for twenty years with an in
veterato eruption over my whole body ; a
short time since I purchased a bottle of Ro
sadalis and it effected a perfect cure
Labratory, 61 Exchange Place:Ia!tiinore.
S CLEMENTS. & CO .Proprietors.
Rosadalis is sold by Hartswick & Irwin and A.
I. Shaw. Clearfield, U. R. Good. Osceola, and by
Druggists generally. (April 6,'70-lv
BIGLER, YOUNG & CO.,
Successors to Boynton fy YoHncr't,
Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets,
Mulay and Circular Saw Mills,
HEAD BLOCKS, WA TER WHEELS,
SHAFTING. PCLI-EtS, BOLTS,
and all kinds of Mill work.
STANLEY FARLOR STOVES,
Heating Stoves, Sled Shoes, Plows,
and eastings of all kinds.
Qiffards' Injector, Steam Ganges, Steam Whistles
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cups, Gauge Cocks,
Air Cocks. Globe Valves, Check Valves.
Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps,
Boiler Feed Pumps, Anti-friction
Metals. Soap Stone Packiag,
Gam Packing, Ac. o ,
December 14. 1878 tf.
A Great Medical Discovery !
Dn. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
Hundreds of thousands hear testimony to their
Wonderful Curative Kfftru.
II A T ARE T II E Y ?
THE Y ARE NO T A VILE
FANCY" D It I N K,
Mado of Por Rum. Whiskey. Proof Sp!iii nd
Refuse Liquors, doctorel. spiced and swweGdricd
to please tne tasto.c.'ii led -Tonif s' Apietiz2r-."
Restorers '' Ac .that lead tbe tipp'oron todrunk
enr.css an 1 rain, but ato a true Mo lioine ma le
from tlie Native Roots and Herbs of California,
free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are tho
ireat Illood Purifier and a Life Giving Piinciple
a perfect Renovator and Invignratorof the System
carrying off all poisonois matter and restoring
the blood to a healthy condition No person can
take these Bitters according U- direction and re
main lor.r unwell, provided the b- nes are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other means and the
vitai oTtran wasted bej-ond the point of repair.
For Iit .mrrattirif ati't Cnoiiir IZ hsttmat m
nn.i Cont ,D!pepta or Ji iae'timi. Bt'rott.r Rc
mitrtt and Iiitrmitr)it Few. I)ii"iri of t'"6
B'uod, Livrr. Knlitryt ind IV,ildrr. tirxe fj'tttrs
hcvp krry innt nrrr til . Si:ch disrates are caus
ed by vitiated biool which is generally produced
by derangement of tho .lie?iivo organs
Dysro; sia or Indijjmion l.c idaohe. pain in the
shoulders. courhs ticlitnrss ,if the chesi. diizinejs.
sour eriictatiuw of tbe s!om ich. bad taste in the
month , billions attacks, palpitation of the heart,
infl.iinmatiou of the lungs, pain in lbs regions of
the Kidneys and a huudred other p.iiulul sj-mp-tom.
are the offsprings of Dvspepsi.i.
They invigorate the stomach and stimulate the
torpid liver and bowels.-whih render them of
unequalled efficacy in cleansing the blood of all
Impurities. and imparting new life and vigor to
ihc whole system.
Lilious. Remittent and Ir.termitf?nt Fevers,
which are so prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout the I'nited States, cipccially
those of the Mississippi, Missouri. Illinois, Ten
nessee. Alabama. Savannah. Roanoke, James and
many others with their van tributaries, durin"
the Summer and Autumn, and rcmarkabl- so du
ring seasrns of nnn-ual heat and driness, are in
variably accompanied by extensive derangements
of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal
viscera. There are always more or lest ob3trus
tions of the liver, a weakness and ir.itable state
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels,
being clojrgcd np with vitiated accumulations. In
th'ir treatment, a purgative. exerting a powerful
Influence upon these various organs. is essentially
neceary. There is no cathartic for the purr oe
equal to Ir. J. Walker's Vinegar Hitters, as they
speedily remove the dark colored vicid matter
with which tbe b iwels are loaded, at the same
time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and
generally restoring tbe hea'thy functions ef the
digestive organs. The universal popular y or
this valuable remedy in regions subject to mias
matie influences, is sufficient evidence or its pow
er as a remedy in sui h eases.
For skin diseases, eruptions, tetter, salt rbeum.
blotches, spots, pimples, pustules. Soils, carbun
cles, ring worms, scald-head.sore eves ervsipelas
itch, scurf, discolorations of the skin, humors and
diseases of the skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the svs
teni in a short time by the uieof those liiters One
bottle in : uch oases will convince tbe most incred
ulous of their curative effect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Wood whenever yon find
its impurities bursting through the skin in pim
ples, eruptions r sores ; clean's it when yon find
it obstructed and eluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
when it is foul, and your reelings will tell yon
when. Keep tbe blood pure and'tbe health or the
system will follow
Pin. Tape and other Worms.lur'cing in the sys
tem or so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. For full directions, re.id care
fully the circular around each bottle, printed in
four languages English. German, French and
J. WALKER. Proprietor. R. H. McDONALD A
CO., Druggists and Gen, Agents, San Francisco,
Cal . and 32 and 34 Commerce Street. New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST AND DEALERS.
December 7, 1370-ly.
A AO PHEEP. PELTS, and all other kind of
t)AIll Fur Skins. for which cash will h. nni4
I L. REIZENsTEIN.
rpHE highest market prices paid for Shingles
JL by J SHAW A SON.
RIED FRl'IT, t reduced priees. at
01 REWARD. STOLEN! fromC.
Viou C. M'Clelland, at Round Island,
Clinton County. Pa., oa the nig'ut ot the th day
of December, 1870, a large Dun or Cream colored
Horse, eight years eld. with black mane and tail,
and legs also black nearly to the knees, with a
little white on one hind foot, and feet small for
so large a horse. The borse is rather stylish end
has a small bunoh under the throat which only
shows when he is eating with head down. Also,
taken a the same time a saddle with black quilt
ed horn with leather worneffon top with army
The abore reward will be paid for the recovery
of tbe property and the arrest and conviction of
the theif:orS100 will be paid for the horse alone
Jan 4,"7l-3m C. C. M'CLELLAND.
NEW STORE !
At Glen Ilope, Clearfield Co.
Is now selling the cheapest goods in the county at
Win. R. Dickerson's old stand.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, B00T3
AND SHOES. DRUGS,
MEDICINES, 4e ,
HEAP FOR CASH!
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere,
as by i-o doing you will live money.
Nov. 2.1. lA70-3m.
Misses Rynder & Lanich.
We have just received and opened a full and com
plete stock of
Ladies Dress Caps, Grover and Baker
Sewing Machines, both Elastic
and Lock Stitch, and a very
beautiful assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER FISH ANB
The goods are nil just new. and a share of public
patronage is respectfully solicited.
Clearfield, Deo I4. 7D.
B TJ Y E R S
READ! READ?! H
Who sells the cheapest goods in the
Who sells best calicoes at 12 cts a yard
Wae sells best unbleached muslin at 17 ceati
Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at o 00 ?
Who sells Hall's best Coarse Boots at 4 JOT
Who sells Hall's bestKJp Boot at 54,50?
Who sells Hats lower than anybody else?
Who sells Sugar the cheapest ?
Who sells Syrup the cheapest?
Who sells Flour the cheapest ?
Who sells Chop and Feed the cheapest?
- Who sells Hardware the cheapest ?
Who sells Queensware the cheapest ?
Wlio 8? lis Tinware the cheapest ?
M 0 S S 0 P !
Who sells Clothing the cheapest ?
Who sells Plaster the cheapest ?
AYho sells Salt the cheapest ?
Who first brought goods down to the
lowest cash prices ?
Everybody should buy their goods at
M 0 S S 0 P ' S !
Clearfield. May 12-1S69.
GROUND AXD TJKGEOrXD PPICES. Citrn
English Currants, Essence Coffee, and Vine
gar of the best quality. for sale by
-Jan. 10. -iiAST&WIOK A IRWIX.
SWAIM'S PANACEA. Kennedy's Medical Dis
covery. Hemhold's Buchu. liake s Cod Liver
Oil. Jayne'sand Ayer's Medicines. for sale by
Ja. l HAKTSWICK A IRWIN
Opposite the Railroad Depot,
Feb 8, 71. D. JOHNSON A SOX. Props.
qUSQUEIIANN A HOUSE,
The undersigned having taken charge of this
well-known Hotel, respectfully solicits a share ol
patronage. The house has been refitted and re
furnished and now compares favorably with any
other boase in the county. Tho best of everything
the market affords will be scrveil uo to guests.
Chsiges moderate. ELI IU.OOM.
Sept. 2S, ls70-tf. Proprietor.
rvUE "EAGLE HOTEL,"
JIain St., Curwensville, l'n.
Having leased for a term of years tbe above
well krown and popular Hotel (formerly kept by
Mr. Mason, and lately by Mr. Fonts), and having
newly refitted and refurnished it, tho present
proprietor feels assured that he can render entire
satisfaction to gucstf sojourning with him. A fine,
large stable and yard is attached, for the care and
protection of horses, carriages and wagons. A
share of patronage is solicited
May 4.(70-ly.J A J.DKAUlKEK. Prop'r.
rji II l "S II A V 1IOUS E,"
MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD, PA.
GEORGE N. COLBCRN, :::::: Fn-PRrKTR
This bouse was lately completed and jut open
ed to the public is newly lurnisued. and provided
with al I the modern improvements of a first-class
hotel. It is pleasantly located, in the business
pan of the town, rnd near to the public build
ings. A share of patronage is respectfully solic
ited. Charges moderate. " The I'estof Liquors in
the bnr. March 30, '70-tf.
John S. Radcbach having purchased the lease
of Mr. V.'m. Vanrteivert, in the exchange hotel.
Reynoldsville. and having removed to said hotel,
would inform his friends and the traveling pub
lic generally, that he is now prepared to accom
modate them in a more satisfactory manner the
Exchange being a much better house than the
one lormertny occupied by him. il ir table will
always be nupplied with the very best the market
affords. By strict attention to business be hopes
to receive a share of patronage, A hack will be
kept at the Exchange to convey passengers to any
point they wigh to go Mar. 8. '71-nov. 9, '70.
"V"OTICE. Having purchased the interest
ot J. A. Blattenlerger, Est., in the bu
siness heretofore carried on under tbe firm name
of J. A. iilattonberger A Co., the same will be
conducted hereafter under the name of Moshan
non Land and Lumber Co., (Store).
H.U.SHILLIXGFORD. JOHN LAWSHE.
May II, 170-tf.
F 0 It SALE,
White Lead. Zinc Paint, Linseed Oil. Turpentine
Yarnisbes of all kinds, Colors, in oil and
dry. Paint and Varnish brushes.
HARTSWICK A IRWIN,
Clearfield. Pa -M 6,'6'J.
JJ O M E INDUSTRY!
BOOTS AND SHOES
Made to Order at the Lowest Rates.
The undersigned would respectfully invite the
attention of tbe citizens of Clearficl i and vicini
ty, to givo him a call at his shop on Market St.,
nearly opposite Hartswick A Irwin's drug store,
where he is prepared to make or repair aiiythi og
in his line.
Orders entrusted to him will be executed with
promptness, strength and neatness, and all work
warranted as represented.
I have now on band a stock of extra Trench
calfskins, superb gaiter to-s, Ac, that I will
finish up at thelowest figures.
June 1.1th, 1K6. DANIEL CONNELLY
REM 0V A L !
RJ2 M 0 V A L!
C. KRATZEU & SONS,
Have removed to tbe large and elegant NEW
STORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mer
rcll A Biler's Hardware Store, where they will
be pleased te see their old and new customers.
Citiions of the" county visiting Clearfield, ana
wishing to make purchases, will find it to thnr
advantage to examine their stock.
G oods at cash prices exchanged for all kinds of
eon-itry produce. Jan B.'fiP.
a O M E T II I X G N E W
Clearfield county, I'enn's.
The undersigned having erected, during the
past s u Turner, a large and commodious store room,
is now o-'igaged in ti:iine it up w ith a new and
select assortment of fall and Wir.tcr goods. hicb
he offers to the public nt prices to suit the times
Hisstick of Mens' ajid boys' clothing is uru'ual
ly extensive, and is i?vred to customers at from
$10 to S21 for a whole suit. Flour, Salt. and Gro
ceries, cf every kind, a complete assoitment;
Stoves and Stove-pii e, a heavy stock ; Boots and
r-'hocs. Hats and Cups, in great variety : Ladies'
dress goods, furs, and other fancy good. tore;';cr
with an endless as.-ortment of notions too tedious
to enujierate. always on hsnd. and for sale very
cheap. Prints at 10 cents a yard. and other gootts
in proportion Now is the time to buy.
Country produce of every kind, at the highest
market prices, will bo taken in exchange for
goods; and even Greenbacks will nor be r--fjed
for any article in store. Examine my stock be
fore vou buy elsewhere.
October ."ll.lRr.7. n.SWAN.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL,
At the New Tobacco and Cigar Store of
R, IT. S II A w.
Two doors east of the PostofCce. Clearfield. Pa.
Censtantly on hsnd a fine assortment of Navy,
Congress Cavendish, Cable. Ppunroll,
Michigan and Century Fine-cut
Chewing Tobacco, te.
Also, a largo and well selected stock of Imported
and lemcstic Cigars. Smoking Tobaccos,
Meerschaum and Briar Fipes,
Pipe fixtures, Tobacco
Boxes. Cigar Holders, and everything geners y
fi.und in a well regulated Cigar
and Tobacco Store.
trr"Remembertbe place: Two doors east of
tbe Post(ffice,:Clearficld, Pa. Aug. 24, '70.
Corner of Second St. and Hill Road.
Has just received and opined, at the above nam
ed place, an entiro new stock of Spring
and Summer Goods, which he will
sell very cheap for cash.
His stjck consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware,
Queensware. Boots and Shoes.Ilats and
Caps. Ready made Clothing, etc. He also keeps
choice Flonr, Corn Meal, Chop feed,
Bacon, Fish and dried Fruits.
Persons desirous of parchasing goods at fair
rates are respectfclly requested to
g:ve him a call.
Approved country produce will be taken, at
the highest prices, in exchange lor goods.
Clearfield. June 17, 1HC8.
ACON.Hasns. Sideaaad Shoulders atreduced
in the United States is on Rinek's Sons' Factory.
Easton. P.. onetbird of a mile long and is
CHEAP, DURABLE ami easily applied. Send
for circular and samples to the manufacturers.
READY ROOFING CO.
June l-p. 13, y. No. 64 CeurtlanJ St. N. Y-
f LEA K FIELD N URSER Y. Exco vu-
ace ilo.MK Industry. The undersign
ed having-stabliohcd a Nursery. on the Pike
halfway K-tvcen Curwensville and ClearfieU
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof I'rui
trees, (Standard and dwarf.) Evergreen-. Shrub
beiy, Grape Vinos, Gooseberry, Lawtcn Black
berry. Strawberry and Raspberry vines. AIsJ
tMbrianl.'rab trees. Quince and early Scarlet Rbeu
barb, Ac. Orders promptlv attended to. Add-s
An- Sl,ln64. J. D. WRIG HT, Curwensville
O W N II O O K.
Having pnrchased the entire stock at the
old stand ot Kirk t Spencer, in Lumber City,
I Intend carrying on the business as hereto
fore. MY MOTTO IS TO. SELL CHEAP FOR
Thanking onr friends and customers for
past patronage I solicit continuance ot the
Sept. 15th. 13G9. ISAAC KIRK.
NEW MARBLE WORKS.
Opposite the Jail.
CLEARFIELD, PENX A.
Monuments, Grecian Tombs. French Couches.
Mantles. Table Tops. Wnsbuig Ranges, Garden
Statuary. Terra Cotta Ware. ofevcr description,
Head and Foot Stones, of Xew and beautiful de
tigr.?, all of which we offer at city prices, or 2"
per cent le-is than ouy other establishment in this
county. Having a large experience in the busi
ness, we guarantee saiiff.iction in all cases. Or
ders thankfully leccived and promptly filled in
the best workmanlike manner.
May 11, IR70 -tf James Watsom. Agent.
NEW7 MEAT MARKET.
The undersigned have opened a Meat Market
in the room formerly occupied by Alex Irvin. on
Market Street. Clearfield. Pa . adjoining Mossop s,
where they intend to keep a full supply of
..All Kinds of Meat,
Fruit and Vegetable?,
ar.d at prices to suit the times. Their shop will
be open regularly, on Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday, and meat delivered at any point. A
share of public patronage is respectfully solicited.
M. G r.KOW.V.
Au3. 31, 70 tf. E. W. BROWN.
Also continue to deal in all kinds f improv
ed Agricultural Implements.
WINE & LIQUOR STORE-
I. L. REIZENSTEIN,
WIXES AND LIQ UORS,
MARKET STREET. CLEARFIELD, PA.
A good assortment for medical purposes always
April 6. lS70-tf.
JAS. T. BRADY & CO.,
S'lrceitiors to S. Jouei ir Co-,)
CORNER FOURTH AND WOOD STREETS,
BCT JSI) SELL ALL KINDS OP
Gol'l, Silver and Coupon .
Six per cent, iti'.erest allowed on deposits (ab
ject to chock.
Money loaned cn Government T.onds
Bonds registered free of charge.
July 1. 1 3Tf--ly. JAMES T. TRAD" A CO.
The Clearfield Exoeltior Canthoolt will not wear
out or break, beinj constructed with one Solid
band from clip to point.
It is pronounced by all practical Lumbermen
who have examined it to be the most perfect cant
hook ever invented
Amos Kennard. Patentee. All orders promptly
" Manufactured bv
AMOS KENNARD & CO.,
Nv Clearfield, I'a. 1?70
Q LOTH ING! CLOTHING!!
GOOD AND CZZH.T
Mon. Youths and Boys can be suplpied trith ful
suiis of seasonable aud fashionable clothii.g a
I. L. REIZEXSTEIX'S,
where it is sold at prices that will induce their
purchase. The uuiversal satisfaction which hos
been given, has induced hiui to increase bis
s'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment ' tbe kind in this part of the State.
I. L. REIZENSTEIN,
Sells goods at a very small profit, for casb ;
His goods are well made and fashionable.
He gives every one the worth of his money.
He treats his customers al I alike.
He sells cheaper than every body else.
His store is Conveniently (ituated.
He having purchased his stock 1 1 reduced
prices he can seil cheaper ti an others.
For these and other reasons persons should buy
their clothing at -
I L. REIZENSTEIN'?.
Produce of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. May is, i 64.
LOOK AT THIS !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Masio
for Piano, Fiute and Yiolin ;
Blank Account and Pass Books, of every de
scription; Paper and Envelopes. French
pressed and plain; Pensand Pencils;
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment. Exemption and
Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment
Brief; Legal cap; Record cap and
Bill cap, etc..
W ill be sold at Wholesale or Retail by
P. A. 6AULIN,
At the Post office, on Market Street,
May 5. 1S58
SALT SALT!: A prime article of grour.d a
nm salt, pat cp in patent ttcas. for salecnea
at the tci! of R. MOSSOiV
CTOP CnEWIXO TOBACCO.-Save
-; your money and restore your health U
"ng Dr. Eyrn's Antidote for Tobacco Til, f,
aot a substitute but a cure for Smo'ticg. Cbei- r
and Snuff-taking Few persons are aware of tI5
tamMe effects of the noxious weed on thehuia,a
system. Dyspepsia, headache, disease of the lir,r
sallow complexion costiveoess of the bo.! iu.j
of memory, and oibcr diseases, are tbe sGic'tinn,
brought eo hv l use. The Antidote is pBr.T
vegetable and haimlcss It acts as a tonic on .v.
system, purities the blood, and enables a person"tc.
Qigest the heartiest foo.l sample, sent fre tu,
" i3 fer dol'n Address M J. YARXELL
Sfl Cannon St , N. . Nov. 23. 70-3 '
WEST BRANCH RESTAURANT
Ladies' Oyster Saloon.
0!t SKCOSD ST.. BELOW MARKET,
Cons'antly kept cn hand a selected usortmeEt
oi Candies, Nuts. Cigars. Tobscco. Ac At.fre,0
Oysters received dally, and for sa'e by tie Uotta
or hundred. J. M. MACOMEER,
Oat 12 ''0 Proprietor.
W E AVJ N G!
Mrs. R. CALDWELL.
Having engaged io the WEAVING BUSINESS,
at her residence near Logan's Mill, desires to in
form her frier.d and the public, that she Las new
and will keep constantly on hand, a well aele-tei
slock ot C0TTN. WODLEX and HEMP WAUPS.
and ii prepared to furuisb to order Carpet rem it
ma le, or warp and weaving. Weaving ot ail
kinds done to order. If desired she can furnish
cotton warp of all kiuds for linen or woolen fili.
ing. Wool and rags taken in exchange.
Addrrss. Mas. R. CALDWELL.
OctI2.'70-Iy. Curwensville. Ps
DISTON, CROSS CUT,
AND CIRCULAR SAWS.
And DISTON'S SAWS of all kinds,
for sale by
n. F. B1GLE11 A CO
II. F. BIGLER & CO.,
II A R D AV A R E,
AND MAXCFACTUBEBS CF
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
OP ALL KIND. ALSO,
Baggage Barrows. Warehouse Trucks, Copying
Prest.es. Improved Money" Drawers, Ae.,
rcR RALE BY
II. F. BIGLER CO.,
Dealers in Hardware,
March 15 J Clearf!el. Fa 1570.
WOOD CHOPPERS' AXE,
Manufactured expressly for the
for sale by
U. F. DIOLEIt A CO.
FRUIT CAN .
Manufactured from best charcoal tin,
Crouved and Soldered on outside,
A :0, GLASS FR UIT JAP.3,
for sale hy
H. F. BIOLER A CO
SPEAR S CALORIFIC,
NA TIONAL RANGE. Vc , 4 c .
And all kinds of
77 EA TING S T0 1 'ES,
On bud and for a!e bv
II. F. BKiLER A' CO.,
August 3. 1670.
I)lNKend White Lining Skins ar l K-sr 'V't.i
. at H. UIULER A t'O i
millMBLE-SKElNS and Pipe-boxes t-r ag
X ens, forsale by H. F. Ul'iLt'Hi CO
TKON, IRON!! Best bar irn f,-, .ve at 'he
storo of H. F. UI ;i.L!. i O'.
QJTOVES of all sorts and sires, eoriftsr.i'v un
O-hand at II. F. UuiLEK H CJ s
ABLE CHAINS a gooH article, or- haMst-i
torsile by 11 f . rJJ I.r. u i. J
HORSE-SHOES, and horse-iisils. to'-e! i
H. F. KUiLt'tt A CJ t
SADDLES, Bridies, harness collars t.c. kr
sale at H. F. Blii 1.1.1: t-'O'S.
GT7NS. Pistols and sword ceres tn he fad at
11 F. BDSl.EK i O) s
HARNESS. Trimmings, and Shoe-findirf ft:
sale at 11. F. BKiLEK CO 5
y"vIL. Putty. Paints Glass and Nails. f"i '
J March "70
II F. CIjLEK i CO'S.
TEW LMPS Perkins House's Nor-Exr!
sive Lama a new article iut reeirt'l
for sale by
HARRY F Bl'JI.I K "0
2 IXIY-FIVE FIRST PRI7.K
THE G It EAT
B A L T I M 0 R E P I A X 0
WILLIAM KXABE & CO,
M.'. Nl-'FACTl I! EKS iF
GRANI, FQUARE AXP ITIMIT
These Instruments Bave been before the rui"
for nearly thirty years and npon their rxcr !r
alone attained a unpurchased pre eu !:.et-'-',
which pronounces tbem unequaied Tbeir
combines great power. sweetne and fr.e nnin
quality, as well as great puriry ot Int-"
sweetness throughout the entire scale lb""'
is pliant and elastic, and entirely free fr"'"
stiffness fond in so manv Pianos.
they are unequaied. using cone but the very w
seasoned material, the large capital eropl'7'
our business woabl ing os to keep continual. J
immense stock of lumber, Ac, on hand.
F3" All our Square Pianos hive our new im
proved Overstrung Scale and the Agraffe J re i
IV We would call special attention to "ur l'
improvements in GRAND PIANOS and AK,
GRANDS; Patented Augr.st 14. IS. wL :h briri
the Piano nearer perfection than has jet be"
Every Piano fully warranted for 5 w
We have made arrangements for the "J "h;
sale a-encv for the mest Celebrated P. Kn '
HANS and' MELODEANS. which we offer 0'c
sale and Retail, at Lowest Factory Prices
WILLIAM KN ABE f-'
Sept 31. "70 C-m