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(ie taffetttan' goitnwf, gfearpefo, ga.f g&axc 291871.
gat tot gflvmtv.
Cxltkt. To obtain good celery, it is
seoessary that the plants should be strong
and well crown. Sow the seeds in a ' hot
ted or cold-frame. When the plants are
about three inches in height, transplant to
'a nicely prepared bed in the border, setting
them about four or five inches apart. When
some six inches high, and good stocky plants,
let them in the trenches--about the middle
of July is early enongh. Too many make
trenches by digging out the top soil, and
putting a few inches of mold at the bottom,
and never obtain good celery. The trenches
should contain at least eighteen inches . of
good tofl and well-rotted manure, in about
equal portions. Take off all suckers and
stragling leaves at the time of the transplant
ing. Earth np a little during the summer,
keeping the leaf-stalks close together, so
that the soil can not get between them ; and
daring September and October earth up
well for blanching. Those who grow celery
for market extensively do not use trenches,
but make the soil deep and rich, and plant
" in rows, earthing up with the plow. Take
up the plants late in the fall, just before
winter sets in. A little may be placed in
the cellar, covered with sand or earth, for
immediate use. The beat way of keeping
is to dig a trench about a foot wide, deep -enough
to stand the stalks of celery erect,
leaving the tops a foot below the surface.
Place them in this trench, without crowd
ing, then cover with boards and plenty of
leaves and straw. This can be opened at
any time during the winter, commencing at
one end, and removing enough to the cellar
to lost a week or ten days.
A Good Method op Getting Hat. In
these days of high prices for farm labor
and low prices for products or the farm, any
way of producing a desired result by a less
expensive process than the usual one, is to
be adopted by the progressive farmer with
out hesitation. A correspondent of the
New England .Farmer gives the following
plan of getting hay, which he says has been
practiced successfully by several of his ac
quaintances, who think it a great saving of
labor over the way commonly practiced of
mowing in the morning. The hay b all cut
in the afternoon, when entirely free from
external moisture. Next day, after the dew
is all off, it is turned. After dinner it is
raked and got in without delay. There is
no cocking at night and opening next day.
All such labor is 6aved. One man, who has
practiced this several years, is justly consid
ered one of the best farmers in town. His
stock looks well, and prsdaces as much as
any. His farm improves yearly, and he
makes an annual investment every year out
side. He considers his hay to fes letter
than wlm cured the old-fashioned wsy.and
it certainly looks and smells as well as any I
ltay or grass alone will not support a
horse under hard work. Becaune there is
not sufficient nutritive body in it.
TIME OF HOLDING COURT.
id Monday in January, I 3d Monday in June, J w.
Jd in March, J 4th " in Sept 2 w.
th " in May, 2d in Sot. 2 w.
COtrXTT ASD DI3TRCT OFFICERS.
Pres't Judge Jlon.Chas. A Mayer. Lock Haven.
Aa'te.Judgej Hon. Samuel Clyde. Clearfield.
lion. Jacob Willhelm, Grahamton
Sheriff. . . . Cjrenas Howe, . . . Clearfield
Prothonotary, Aaron C. Tate. . . -'
Beg. A Reo. . Asbury W. Lea,
District Att'j, W. M M'Cullough, .
Treasurer.. . Lever Flegal,. . .
Co. Surveyor, S. F McCloskey, . CurwensviUe
Comniss'n'rs, Othello Smead, . N. Washington
famuel Shalfner, . Clearfield.
Samuel U. Hind man, Glen Hope.
Auditors. . . Clark Brown. . . Clearfield.
Price A. Rowles, . N.Millport.
John D. Miller, . . Hard.
Coroner. . . . Jamea A. Moore, . . Clearfield
Co.Snperiadt Geo W. Snyder, . . "
LIST 07 POST-OFFICES.
Tswiuaip. Nametof P.O. Nametof P.M.
Beoearia, - - Glen Hop, - . Homer UuBree
- - - Utahville, ... 8. McFarland.
Hegarty's,-; Roads Samuel Ilegarty
Bell, - - - Bower, - - 6 A.Rorahaugb
" ---- Ciest, .... Thos.A. M'Ohee
" ... Cash, J. W Campbell.
. Ostend, - - - H. L. Henderson
Bloom, - - Foirest. .... Algernon Holden
Boggs, - - Clearfield Bridge, - Jas. Forrest.
.... Wallaceton, - - John E Moore
Bradford, - Woodland, ... Win. Albert.
. ... Wm'i Grove. - Ed-JVilliams
Brady, - - Lutbersburg, - L.B. Carlile
" -- Troutville, - - Mrs. C. Weaver
" - - Jefferson Line. . Jahn TT.hri;
Eurnslde, - XewWashingtoni - Sam'I MeCune
- W. Snmmerville
- Lewi? J. Hurd
- Wm McGarvey
- P. .. Gaulin
- John Reiter
- Charles Hnel
' - - - Patchinrille,
' " - - - East Ridge,
Chest- - - - Hard, - -
" ... McQarvey, -
- Westcver. -Clearfeld,
Covington, - Frenehvili,
" - - - Karthaas. .
fniMpsbnrg, Centre county. Pa.
West l)MtituF. . . r... I
rergusuu, - uarron,
Girard, - - - Leconte's Mills.
John P Straw.
- Augu's Leconte.
- n. II. Morrow.
Tho. H. Forcey
- Jos. O. Ganoe.
- Henry Alleman.
- Miss R J. Tyler.
II J. Sloppy,
Ed. C. Brenner.
T. F Boalich.
Goshen, - - Shawsville.
Grahai-i, - - Grahamton."
Guelich, - - Smith's Mill:
Huston, - - Tyler, - -
" - - - PennfieU. - -Jordan,
- Ansonville, - -Kartbaus,
- Salt Lick. - -Knox,
--. New Millport, -Morris,
- . Kylertown, - -
" ... Morrisdale. - -Osceola.
- - Osceola Mills.- -Pann,
- - Lumber City.t -
" Grampian Hills,
Pike, .... Carwensville, -Fnion.
- - . Rock ton, - - .
Woodward. Jeffrie. ...
.... Madera, - - -
H "W. rpencer.
D. E. Hrubaker.
J i Derbv.
fThis Post Office will do for Chest township,
t Will answer for Ferguson township.
STATE lT. STATES DIRECTORY.
OFFICERS OP PENNSYLVANIA.
Bwr " " JhW Ge- Cumberland,
Beo y of Com. - Frank Jordan, - Bedford,
Dep. Secretary, J M. Weaklcv. -
eup. com Ben s J. V Wickembam l .... .
S25rVriJ?ap-t " S.-.R Sba,n- Bradford,
State Librarian, n ten Forney. Daunhin
Scraaaa Codbt Chief Justica. 3mu, tL.
en. Associates. Henry W. Willi. jo"
?niel Af Georga Sharswood. Pes',
float, Philadelphia, 1st Monday of January Har
mbnrg, h .Monday of April.Sunbury.lst Mon
day of October. Pitwbnrg. 3d Blonoay of October
OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES
President. - - - LlysaesS. Grant, - Illinois.
Vic. President, Schuyler Colfax, . Indian.
lee' .1 ZT?7' ST - Bowtwell, Ma-wahwatt.
r " JJ". - Wwi. W. Belknap. lw.
f- ' NaT.' r,o- M. Kobe,?, K!j.r
oe. of Intenor Job D. Co,, - I o,i
,? J. i J- Creswell, Marylw
OM i CV Chief Jastiee. 8, P.Chaae, of
M. Tn. riT .- Clifford.'ol
. of Illinois. Noah H. Swavne of
-I F. Mj. ,f , Stephentf. FU
ln.f Chiof J..ie, SVof ia,
Id. of C.I
w Asosciate JJ..
- John F 11 . r t .
nrveyotW- J. M Pam r, ki i VTJ
torney Gen. - F. C 7t'." . ' V,?D""' . .
ireakurer. Wm W Irwin. . n-.J..
V E W
P O U N
d s r
The nndenigned having entered into co part
nership, in the FOUXDRV BUSINESS, in
Carweosrille, would inform the public that they
keep on hand, and will manufacture to order,
and every other description of artiolet generally
made in a country foundry.
Terms reasonable. Old metal taken in ax
ehange for work.
A share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
Feb. 23,'70-ly. JAMES M. WELCH.
"CHEAPEfi Hum the CHEAPEST.
GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES,
JUST RECEIVED BY
ARNOLD & HARTSHORN,
(One door West First Nat. Bank.)
Having lust returned from the East with a com
plete assortment oi Goods, suitable for tho Spring
and bummer trade, we are now prepared to fur
nish all kinds of Goods
"CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST."
And after thankinir our customers for their lib
eral patronage during the past year, we would
most reppectruiry ask for a eontrauance of the
same. Our stock consists of
OXJKK .V.S TV A Tt P.
BOOTS 4 SHOES,
HATS 4 CArS. T
CLOTH I XG.
Also, Floor. Eicon. Salt. Fish, Grain, Ac, Ac, all
of which will b sold on the most reasonable
terms. nd the highest market prico paid for
irarin. vv ool and all kinds of lumber and oountry
Please give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Satisfaction guaranteed as to quality and prices.
ARNOLD A HARTSHORN,
Cor. Main a Thompson St.
April 20,'70 Curwemrvillr, Pa.
E. A. Irvin- & Co.,
Being specially engaged in the business of buy
ing and selling SQUARE TIMBER, would repre
sent that they are now prepared to purchase tim
ber, delivorcd at either Curwensvillo, Lock Haven
or Marietta, or will take it at any of these points
and soil on commission, making such advances as
re ate sag ary.
Those engaged In getticg ent timber will find
at our store in Curwensriile, a very large stock
of STAPLE GOODS, of all descriptions.
and wrerjioisg necessary for sse of Lumbermen.
RAFT ROFB.of all sises.kept on hand in large
quantities, and sold at a small advance by the
coil. Also, PULLET BLOCKS, SMALL ROPE, Ac
Special '.-ndncements Fcr4 te those manufac
turing Sqaare Timber.
t. A. IRVIN ft CO
Carwensville. Jan. 1J. 1S70
WINE & LIQUOR STORE
I. L. REIZENSTEIN,
WINES AXD HQ UORS,
MARKIT STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
A good assortment for medical
April . 1370-tf.
Co-Pa it nership in Store.
C. A. Rorobaugh having associated with hira
in the Mercantile business, in Lewisville, Clear
field county, Mr. C. R. McCracken. solicits a -continuance
of the patronage so generously sxtantad
Having just returned from the eastern cities
their stock embi aces a large and varied assort
ment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware. Quewns
are, and in fact nearly everything du
ally kept in a country store, which they will sell
at prices to suit the times.
Country produce taken in exchange for good t
C. A. ROROBACGU.
May IS, '70. -tf. j R McCRACKEK
Q LOTH IN G 1 CLOTHiyoil
O00D HD CHXA!!!
Mon Tenths and Boys ean be Mjplpled with fnl
aits of sessonarbla and tashkwable clothing a
I. L. EEIZENSTEIX'S,
where it is sold at prices that will induce their
purchase. The universal satisfaction whi.h h..
been given, has induced him to increase his
s'ock, which is cow not surpassed bw anv aatak
liahuent of the kind in this part of tho State.
I. L. REIZENSTF.IT
gkOdi ,t , Ty ima prrfit fcT et0i .
Bis good, are well rade and fashionable.
Bm gives every one the worlh of h is money
Hs treats his eustosaors all alike
Ho sell cheaper than every body also.
His storw Is eoeveniantly situated.
Ho bavins purehaW hi. stock 1 1 reduced
prices ho ean sell cheaper tl an others.
or "tb,r Masons persons should buy
lueir clothing at
I. L. REIZENSTEtN'S
Produce of .,.r, kinrf taken at tba highest i
lfcl prw. May 1. le4.
TERMS OF TIIB JOURNAL.
The Einnu'l Jodbial i published on Wad
nesday at $2,00 pel annum in advanoo. If not
paid at the beginning of the year, f 1,60 will bo
eharged, and $3,00 if not paid before the cloae.
ADviBTisaaaRTi will be inserted at $1,50 per
square, for three or less Insertions Ten lines
(or lass) counting a square. For every additional
inaertion 60 cents will be eharged. A deduction
willbe made to yearly advertisers
No subscription taken for a shorter time than
iz months, and no paper will be discontinued un
tillall arrearages are paid. except at the option ol
the publisher. S. J. ROW.
BOOTS !!! BOOTS
at C. KRATZER'S,
Opposite the Jail.
Sep. 21, 1870.
CLEARFIELD NURSERY. Encour-
ace Home Industry.' The undersign
ed having established a Nursery, on the Pike
ialf way between Cm-wensville and Clearfiel
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindaof Frui
trees, (Standard and dwarf,) Evergreen?. Ijhrub
bery, Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Lawtcn Black
berry, Strawberry and Raspberry vines. Ala
SibrianCrab trees, Quince and early SoarletRheu
barb. Ac. Orders promptly attended to. Addres
Aug 31,1364. J, D. WRIGHT, CurwenrriUe
MY OWN HOOK.
Raving pnrchased tho entire stock at tho
old stand of Kirk Sc Spencer, in Lumbor City,
I intcpd carrying on the business as hereto
fore. MY MOTTO IS TO SELL CHEAP FOR
Thanking our friends and easterners for
past patronage I solicit a continuance ! tbo
Sept. 15th, 1869, ISAAC KIRK.
npIIE WONDERFUL LINIMENT.
This Liniment bavin? been usrd, for
some years past. as a farni'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 Cbolio, ever offered to tho
public; and Will cure many other diseases rn the
human body. It is also a sure care for Pole evfl
and Wind-glrs in horses Directions Tor its uso
accompany each bottle. Price. $1 per bottle, or
six bottles for 96. Sent to any address by encree-
icg the price to - WM. H WAGONER.
Oct. , 1S09. Clearfield county. Pa.
UOSADAI I S
THE GREAT AMERICAN HEALTH
RESTORER, purifies the blood and
cuies Scrofnla,Syphilis.Skin Diseaaes.Kheu
matism. Diseases of women, and, all Chron
ic Affections of the Blond, Liver and Kid
neys. Recommended by the medical Fac
ulty and many thousands of eur best citi
Read the testimony of Physicicns and pa
tients who have used Rosndalis; rend for
our Roradalis Guide to Health Book, or Al
manac for this year. which we publish for
gratuitous distribution; it will give you
much valuable information
Dr. R. W. Carr, of Baltimore, says :
I take pleasure in rccommetding yotrr
Fosad.ilis as a very powerful alterative. I
have seen it used in two cases with happy
results one in a case of secondary syi h ilia
in which the patient pronounced himself
cured after having taken rive bottles of
your medicine. The other is a case of scrof
ula of long standing, which is rapidly im
proving under its use, and the indications
ars that the patient will soon recover. I
have carefully examined the formula by
which your Rosadalis is made, and find it
an excellent compound of alterative ingre
dients. Dr. Spa-ks. of Kicholaavilio, Ky.. rays he
baa usd Kosadalis in cases of Scrofula and
Secondary Syphilis with satisfactory results
as a cleaner of the Blood I know no bet
Samuel G. McFadden, Murfreesboro',
lenn , says :
I have used seven bottles of Kosadalis
and am entirely cured of Rheumatism : send
me four bottles, as I wish it for my brother,
woo nv ecroiuious sore eyes.
Be.ijamin Becbtol. of Limn, Ohio, writes
I have suffered for twenty years with an in
veterata arunlinn avw . wb.l. body ;
short time since I pnrchased a bottle of Ro
sadalis and ltenected a perfect enre
Labratory, 61 Exchange Place, Baltimore.
CLEMENTS, A CO , Proprietors.
Rosadalis is sold by Hartswick A Irwin and A.
I. Shaw, Clearfield, D. U. Good, Osceola, and by
LTuggists generally. April O.'70-lv
A Great Medical Discovery !
Dr. WALKFR'S CALIFORNIA
YINEQAR BITTERS !
Hundreds of thousands hear testimony to their
nonderful Curative hflects.
WHAT ARE THEY?
THE TARE N0 T A VI L E
F A X C Y DRINK,
Made of Poor Rom, Wfciskey, Proof Spirits, and
Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced and sweetened
to please tne taste.ealled "Tomes," "Appetizer."
Restorers " Ac .that lead the tippler on to drunk
enness and ruin, but are a true Medirirra Tnads
Irom tne native Knots and Herbs of California,
free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. Thev are the
'i rent Blood Purifieranda Life Giving Principle
a peneci ivenovaior ana luvigoratorot tne system
carrying off all poisono-is matter and restoring
the blood to a healthy condition No person can
take tbese Bitters according tc direction and re
main long unwell, provided the benes are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other means and the
vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair.
7'or Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism
and GoHt,Dyiprpna or Indigntion. Billions Re
mittmt and Intrrmitlrnt Frrert, DUeate of tle
Blood. Liver. Kidneys and Blaitder, these Bitters
hav hern most sureetsf nl . Such diseases are caus
ed by vitiated blood, which isgeneraliy produoed
by derangement of the digestive organs.
Dyrooi sia or Indigestion headache, pain in the
shoulders, coughs tightness of thecbest, disziness,
sour eructations of the stomach, bad taste in tie
mnnth, billious attacks, palpitation of the heart,
inflammation of the lungs, pain in the regions of
the Kidneys and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the off-prints of Dyupepgia.
They invigorate the stomach and srmmlate the
torpid liver and bowels, which render them of
unequalled efficacy In cleansing the blood of all
Imparities. and imparting new life and vigor to
ibe whole system.
BiKoas, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
which nrs so prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout the Cnited States, eipecially
those of the Mississippi, Missouri. Illinois, Ten
nessee. Alabama. Savannah, Roaooka, James and
many others with their vast tributaries, during
the Summer ana Autumn, and remarkabl- ao du
ring seasons of unusual heat and dnnoss, are in
variably accompanied by extensive derangements
of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal
viscera. There are always more or less obstroo
lions of the liver, a weakness and initable stats
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels,
being clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In
their treatment, a purgative. eierting a powerful
influence upon these various organs, ia essentially
necessary. There is no cnthartio for the psrrose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters, as they
speedily remove the dark colored viscid matter
with wh"k the biwels are loaded, at the same
time stimulating the secretions of the liver and
generally restoring the hca'thy functions ef the
digestive organs. The universal popular y of
this valuable remedy in regions subject to mias
matic influences, is sufficient evidence of its pow
er as a renredy in such ease.
For skin diseases, eruptions, tetter, salt rheum,
blotches, rpots. pimples, pustules, boils, carbun
cles, ring-worms, scald-bead .sore eyes.erysipelas.
itch, scurf, oircoloratiops of the skin, humors and
diseases of the skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug np and carried out of the svs
tem in a short time by the Uiie of these Biters One
bottle in such eases will convince the most incred
ulous of their curative effect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find
Its impurities bursting through the skin in pim
ples, eruptions or sores; cleanse it when you find
it obstructed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it
when it is foul, and your feelings will tell yon
when. Ken tba blood pnrs and tho health of the
system will fuliow
Pin, Tape and other Worms.lur'ting in the sys
tem of so many thousands, ara eCoctaallv !.,..
d and removed. For fall directiona. red
fuMy tba circular around each bottle, printed in
four languages English. German, French and
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. McDONALD A
CO., Drnggists and Oen, Agents, San Francisco,
Cal . and 32 and 34 Commerce Street. New Tork.
POLD BY ALL DRUGGIST- AND DEALERS
December 7, lar-lr. '
IN CLEARFIELD 1
FLOUR IN SACES OR BARRELS.
MILL FEED, RYE CHOP,
CORN AND OATS,
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED.
BOUGHT AND SOLD BY
Clearfield, Feb 22.
BIGLER, YOUNG & CO.,
(Succtnort to Boynton lr Toung,
Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets,
Mulay and Circular Saw Mills,
HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS,
SHAFTING. FTJLLITS, BOLTS,
and all kinds of Mill work.
STANLEY PARLOR STOVES,
Ileating Stoves, Sled Shoes, Plows,
ad eastings of all kinds.
G I Cards' Injector, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cups, Gauge Cooks,
Air Cocks, Globe Valves, Check Valves.
Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps,
Boiler Feed-Pumps, Anti-friotiea
Metals, Soap Stone Packing,
Sum Packing, Ac.. Ve.,
December U. 187S-tf.
Who slla the cheapest goods ia the
TPlio sells best calicoesat 12J tas,ymfl
Who sells best unbleached muslin at It senta
Who sells Hall's Calf Boot? at $5 00?
Who sells Hall's bast Coarse Boots at J4 ii t
Who sells Hall's bestKip Boots at 45"50?
Who sells Hats lower than anybody els?
Who sells Sngar the die&fest?
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 ?
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 to the
lowest cash prices 7
Everybody should buy their goods at
Clearfield. May H.1RIS9.
BACON.Hski, Sides and Shoulders st reduced
priees. st , sWSSOF'S
Opposite the RailroadDpot,
5Pwb 8, 71. D. JOHNSON SON, Props.
The nndenigned having taken eharge of this
weil-known Hotel, respectfully solioits a share et
p atroneg. The bouse has been refitted and re
furnished, and now compares favorably With any
other house in the county. The best of everything
the market affords will be served up to guests.
Chsiges moderate,- ELI BLOOM.
Sept. 28. 1870-tf. Proprietor.
rpEIE "EAGLE HOTEL,"
A Main St., CurwensviUe, Pa.
Having leased for a term of years the above
well krown and popular Hotel, (formerly kept by
Mr. Mason, and lately by Mr. Fouts), and having
newly refitted and refurnished it, the present
proprietor feels assured that he can render entire
satisfaction to guest sojourning with him. A fine,
largv stable and yard is attached, for the care and
proie- tion of horses, earriages and wagons. A
s ban. if patronage is solicited
May 4,'70-ly.J A J. I
H K "S HAW H O U S E,"
MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD, PA.
GEORGE N. COLBURN,
This house was lately eomnleted and iust open
ed to the public is newly furnished, and provided
wttn ai i the modern improvements of a first-class
hotel. It is pleasantly located, in the business
part of the town, and near to the publio build
rngs. A share of patronage is 'respectfully solic
ited. Chargestaoderate. The best of Lienors in
the bsr. , March 80,7&-tf.
-Li Rf-vnoldsville, Penna.
John S. Radebach bavins- Durchased the lease
of Mr. Vm. Vanaiervert, in the exchange trotel.
Reynoldsville. and having removed to said -hotel.
would inform his friend 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 thnn the
one lormermy occupied oy him. Ilir table wrll
always be nupplicd with the very best the market
affords. By strict attention to business he hopes
to receive a share of patronage, A hack will be
kept at the Exchange to convey passengers to any
point they wish to go. Mar. 8, 'Tl-uov 9, '70.
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP.
Market Street, nearly opposite the residence of
. Jl. a bwoope. esq.,
Would respectfully announce to tbe 'citirena erf
Clearfield and vicinity, that he lias opened a
uuui ASUtHU iiUUf.io Uf9 building lately
occupied by J. L. Cuttie.as aTa.woffice.and that he
is determined not to be outdone cither in quality
of work or prices. Frecialattention gtven to the
manufacture of sawed woYk. French Kip and
Calf Skins, of tbo 'best qnulity, always en hsnd.
Give him a can. i Juie 24. '64.
QlKft REWARD. STOLEN! fromC.
VAt,"C. M Olelland, at Round Island,
Clinton County. Pa., oa the night of tne 9th day
of December, 1870, a large Dun or Cream colored
Horse, eight years old, with black mane and tail,
and legs also black nearly to the knees, with a
little white on one hind foot, and feet Email for
so large a horse. The horse is rather stylish sod
has a small bunch under tho throat which only
shows when he is eating with head sown. Also,
taken at the same time a s&ddle with black quilt
ed horn with leather worn off on top with army
The above reward will be paid for rtie recovery
of the property and the arrest and conviction of
the theif ; orSlOO will be paid for the faorsealone
Jan 4, i-Jin U. u. Ai clki.LAM).
U O M I N D U 8 I E U !
BOOTS AND SHOES
Made to Ordet at the Lowest Rates-.
The undersigned would respectf ill ly invite the
attention of the citizens of Clearfiol J and vicini
ty, to give him a call at his shop on Market St.,
nearly opposite Hartswick A Irwin's drug store,
where be is prepared to wake or repair any thidg
in his line.
Orders entrusted to aim will be executed with
promptness, strength a"rr neatness, and mil work
warranted aa represented.
I have now on kul a atoclc or oztrav french
calfskins, snperb gaiter tops, Ac, that I will
nnisn up at tne rawest figures
June 13th, 186. DANIEL CONNELLY
TlflSS HTS. SWAN'S, Schoolor Girl,
The Winter Term of fourteen weeks will torn
mence on Monday, January 2d, 1871.
TERIfS Or TllTION.
Reading, Ortnoglraphy, Writing, Primary
Arithmetic and Primary Geography, per
leria. fi i wceas).
History, bocal and Descriptive Geography
with Map Drawing, tirammar, Mental
.and Written Arithmetic,
Botany, tteology. Phycjoiogy, Natural Phi
losophy, Physical Geography, Algebra,
Rhetoric. Etymology and Latin,
Oil fainting. ,,il lessons),
Pencil Drawing, (no extra charge).
Instrumental Music. (30 lessons).
Was; Flowers and Fruits, with materials, at
For full particulars send for Circular.
Clearfield, August '.7, 1870-ly.
Clearfield county, Penn'a.
The undersigned having erected, during the
pastsvmmer, a large and commodious store room.
nun iu;iiE,u ig imiij ii up inn a new and
select assortment of Fall and Winter goods, which
ne oners to ins pitoiio at prices to snvt the tines
H if stock of Mens' and bovs' clothinir is nim.nrf
ly extensive, and is offered te customers at from
10 1 to $20 for a whole suit. Flour. Salt, and Gro
ceries, of every kind, a complete assortment;
Steves and Stove-pipe, a heavy stock ; Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps, in great variety ; Ladies'
dress goods, furs, and other fancy goods, together
with an endless assortment of notions too tedious
to enumerate, always on hand, and sor sals very
cheap. Prints at 10 cents a yard. and other goods
in proportion. Now is the time to buy.
Oor-ntry produce of every kind, at the highest
raarket prices, will be taken in exchance fo
. i. i , . ... .. -
guouf, an ci even ureenoacKS will not tie refused
for any article in store. Examino my stock be
fore you bnv elsewhere.
October 30.1 S67. fl.SffAS.
PORTER SIIAW, D. I). S.
Offict tn MASONIC BUILDING,
Puttingof the NAT URAL TEETH in a healthy
preservative and nseful condition, is made a
specialty. Diseases and mal formations common
to the mouth, jaw and associate parts are treated
and corrected with fair success.
Examinations and consultations FREE
Prices for partial and full sets of Teeth much
loves than in 1870.
It would be well for patients from a distance to
let me know, by mail, a few days before soming
to the office.
It is very important that children between the
ages of six and twelve years should hare their
By Antithesis teeth are extracted wiTHortpain.
February 15, 137i-tf.
f)ENTAL OAR D.
V DR. A. 51. II ILLS,
Would say to his patients and the public gener
ally that, having dissolved partnership with Dr.
Shaw. he ia now doing the entire work of his ofBie
himself, so that patients need not fear being put
nnder the hands of any other operator.
Having obtained a reduction of the patentoa
the plate material, I am enabled to put up teeth
much cheaper than formerly. I also have Dr.
Stucke patent process for working Rubber plates,
which makes a much lighter, more elastic and
stronger plate for tho same amount of material,
and polishes the plate on both sides, rendering
it much more easily kept clean
Special attention paid to the preservation of
the natural teeth, and all work guaranteed en
tirely satisfactory to patients.
Office at the old stand opposite the Shaw House.
Office hours from 8 to 12. a. m.. and I to S, p. m.
Patients from a distance should nntif. ma f.
days before bsnd of their intention to come.
Always at home unless other notine appears in
both the county papers Feb. 15,'71-tl.
SALT" SALT!! A prime artiele of groutd a
am salt, put up In parent tavs. forsalaeb.
.ttn.,,c-f R.MWsny. j
JAS. T. BRADY & CO.,
Suecttfori to S. J ohm 6; Co..)
CORNKR FOURTH AND WOOD STREET!,
BANK E R S.
EOT ASO SELL ALL XI5BS OS
Gold, Silver and Coupons.
Six percent, tmterest allowed on deposits see
jeot to eh cel.
Money loaned on Government Bond
Bonds registered free of charge.
July 1. 1370-ly. JAMES T. BRADY CO
The Clearfield Excelsior Canthook will Let wear
out or break, being 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 4ovented.
Amos Eennard. Patentss. All orders promptly
AMOS KENNARD k CO.,
Nov 23. Clearfield, Pa. 1870
(formerly M Gaughey's.)
Rc-stanrant and Ice Cream Saleon,
IN LEAVT'S new building. .
Second St.., Clearfield, Pa.
Constantly kept on hand a fine selection of
Candies Cigars, Tobacco, Nuts, it.
Also Fresh Oysters, received daily, srad
served up in any style, to suit the
taste of customers.
A full stock of fooSs jut received from the ElSt.
Billiard Saloon in Second Story.
Dec. 14-,70. W. R M PtlERSON.
MARBLE andSTONE YARD.
Mrs. S. S. Liddell,
Having engaged in the Marble business, desires
to irrorm 4ier friends, and the public, that she has
now and will keep constantly on band a large and
well selected stock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLE, and is prepared to furnish to order
tombstones. box and cradle
CURBS and POSTS for CEMETERY LOTS.
WINDOW SILLS AND CAPS.
BUREAU, TABLE AND WASH STAND
Yard On Heed Street, near the Depot.Clvarfield,
P May 4. 17Q.
N E W T IN S II 0 P!
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 vorl.l,
And an asrortmont of PARLOR and SITTING
ROOM STOVLS. which t!l be sold cbeapor
than they ean be purchased at any ether
establishment ia lire ouatty.
ROOFING. SPOUTING and iOB WORK
dene on reasonable terms.
April . 1S70.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At the New Tobacco and Cigar Store of
7?, H. SIT A W,
Two doors east of the Pcstoffice. Clearfield, Pa
Constantly on hand a fine a?tertmnt of Navy.
Congress Cavendi'h, Cable. Ppunroll,
iiichigaD and Century Fine-out
Alii, a large and well selected stock of Imported
and Domestic Cigars. Smoking Tobaccos,
Meerschaum and Briar Pipes,
Tips fixtures, Tobacco
Boxes, Cigar Holders, and everything gener
found in a we'l regulated Cigar
and Tobticco Store.
EJf Remember the place: Two doors esst of
the Postc ffice, Clearfield, Pa. Aug. t, '76.
Corner of Second St. and Hill Read.
Has just received and opened, at the above nam
ed place, an entire new stock ef Spring
and Summer Geeds, which he will
811 veTy cheap for cash.
His steck consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware. Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc He also keeps
choiee Flour, Corn Meal, Chop feed,
Bacon, Fish and dried Fruits.
Parsons desirous of purchasing goods at fair
lanes are respectfully requested to
givs him a call.
Approved country produce will be taken, at
the highest prices, in exchange lor goods.
Clearfield, June 17, 1888.
Misses Rynder & Larrich.
We have just received and opened a full and com
plete atook of
Ladies' Dress Caps, Grover and Baker
Sewing Machines, both Elastic
and Lock Stitch, and a very
beautiful assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER FISH AND
The goods are all just new. and a share of publie '
catronara ia f.intfnll. nii.i,4 I
n.itH. Is, 14, 79
! FOR SALE,
j Whit. Lead, Zinc Paint, Liosetd Oll.Turptnrlat
arnishes of all kinds, Clors. in oil J
ry. Paint and Varnish brushes
HARTSWICK A IkWIS
I j Clearfield.Pa -M S.'e. '
1 LONGEST ROOF
in the Cnited State. 1. , Kin.k-, , f
coVwU-0M ,hirdof - '-A'.'
CHEAP DVBABLB and eil, ppllw
Tor circular and samples to the manufaeiu-'"1
June 1-ap. 13, y. Nob. Courtlanasr v r
X EW Pi R m 1
Th.flrmofg Kratierio.the Dry Gor,di ,a
Provision busfaes. will be known hereafter a a.r
the name of "aer
KRATZER i LYTLE.
Thanking the pubtio for past favors thev h..
tor a continuance of the same - '
Clearfield, Feb 9, U7j
BRANDIES and HOLLA XI) GINS,
PURE OLD GRATE BRANDIES
PURE OLD CABINET WHISKEYS.
VLD GRAPE WINES.
All the above brands warranted pure anl t
excel anything iu this market for medicine! l.,.
Pm OEO. N.COLBLRN.
Maroh SO.'TO-tf. Prep r of SJiawJloa..
WEST BRANCH RESTAURANT
Ladies' Oyster Saloon,
OSSECOSD ST.. DtLuW DAKKtt,
Constantly ept . n band a selected assartmed
ol Candies, Nuts. Cigars. Tobacco. .te Also fr.h
Oysters received daily, aud fur sale by the doua
or hundred. J. M MACOMBER.
Oct. H.'7Q. Proprietor.
NEW MARBLE WORKS.
Opposite the Jail.
CLEAKFI ELD. PENN'A
Moauments, Grecian Tombs. French Cuueh.i.
Mantles. Table Tops. Waahing Ranges, ijirden
Statuary. Terra Cotta Ware, or ever, description
Head and Foot Stones, of New and beautiful de
signs, sll of which we offer at city prices, or 55
percent less than any otter establishment in tbii
county. Having a large experienc. in th. bull
ness, we guarantee satisfaction in all cases Or
ders tnankfolly received acd promptly filled ia
the bast workmanlike manner
S A. GIBSON
May 11, 1870 -tT Jasss W rrsoy. Agent
H. T. Farxsworth.
Would inform Mill owners and those deiKos
of having Mills Votlt. that he is prepared to buili
and tepair etthrt Ci-cular or Mol.'y Saw Mills,
and Urist Mills after the latest improved pattern.
He has also for sale an improved Water Wheel,
which he guarantees to ci satinfaction in regarl
to power and speed Ills motto is, to d.i work
aato give perfect satisfaction. Those witijinifur
ther information will be promptly answered 6y
addressing him at "ClearSeM. Clearfield oonnif.
Pa. Wrile your nam. and address plain
April 20. H7lMy.
W E A V i N 0!
Mrs. R. CALWKLU
Having engaged iu 0.0 WEAVIN' BL'ilSES,
at h.r residence near Logr-r M M. (ip:rps to In
form her friend? and b pn'olic. that she nai now
and willkvp cnsttntlv on hszi : wr'l electei
stock ot COTTON. WOOLEN and RtMP WARPS,
and is prepared to furnish toor Jer Carpet ready
made, or warp and westing Weaving ot 1
kinds dne to order. If desired she eu furnish
cotton warp of all kiuds tor lin.n ( itj.;s fill
ing tt'iw! and rags tnken iu .x.-han-u.
Address. Kts. II CALDWELL.
Octl2,'70-ly. Cu'wer.i-i!i- Pa
The undersigned have purchase! tha ri,U
of Clearfield county for Enoch Famswcrthi
Strrmp Extractor, patented June 7th. Is7! Tb'i
i decidedly the most eonveniet:. moit duraMo.
and test machine of the d-iy Vet wratber w:l.
not effect it. the working part being all of iTunl
The machine is easily set up. and will work ar.y
place that can be plowed. We will sell rjiachir.si
at a small profit on coat, ard will try to n-.ke it
to the advantage of farmers to buv then. 1
I solicit orders from those wanting miih;ii?
H. T. KARNSWiiHTH.
I'icai iic.'J Pa ,
J R (SAKKIO.Y
GEO. II. HALT. Agnnt. Ourwjrjri.'.V. Fa.
Clearfirld. Pa. j.ulv 13. 70
NEW MEAT MARKET.
The nndersTgned have opened i Vest Msrket
in the room formerly occupied by Alex TrTio n
Market Street. Clearfield. Pa . adjoining .Vjmoji i,
where th.y intend to keep a full s-,;.!v ul
All Kinds of Meat,
Fruit and Vegetables.
and at prices to suit the times. Their j' p H
be open regularly, on Tuesdav. ThursUv aul
Saturday, and meat delivered at anv point A
share of public patronage is respectful!? sl tcited .
Aug. 3I,-7t tf. . W. BK0W5
Also eontinne to deal in all kinds ef iniprer
ed Agricultural implements,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
T would respectfully announce to eitisens of
Clearfield and vicinity, that 1 have removed to the
new Mansonio building, first door below the .Vac
f ion llonso. on Second street, with an entire ne
of the latest styles and of the best finif b. selected
with care. I will have an assortment of sll tt
latest novelties in jewelry, Ac Thankful fir jour
past liberal patronage I hope by strict attention
to hofinefs to merit a cont'nuauce of thea2iS.
lHAIR JKWELRV MADE TO ol'.l'KK
March 1, 1870-tf. S. I. tN VI'ER
FAMILY SEWLV'J MA-
The extraordinary success of their new and
improved manufacturing Machines for licht or
heavy work, has induced tbe EMPIRE SEUIN'J
MACHINE rtt r... v.i'.Mi-
w ' u u. .11 lil JLIU I . m Ut" . j
chine of the same style and eonstroctir.n. ei"1
additional ornamentation, making it equal la
beauty and finish with other Family Machines,
whereaa in usefulness it far out?trips all enmpst-
t..M TL .... . .1-1 ..u,.
. xnn pnee ot this now acknoetcag'-i
essary article comes within reach of every eia?s.
and the Company is prepared to fler the a"1'
liberal inducements to buyers.deatcrsanisgen"
Every Machine warranted. Appiv for circulars
and samples to EMPIRE SEWI.VU MCHI
COMPASV, No. 294 Bowery, Kew Yotk.
March 1, '71. -3m.
CROCKS! POTS! CROCKS!
Stone and Earthenware, of every description
Fishers' Patent Airtight Self-sealing Fruit Cans.
BUTTER CROCKS WITH LIDS, PICK IB
and APPLE BUTTER CROCKS. CREAM
AND MILK l'ROCKS,STEW POTS.
FLOWER POTS, PIE DISHES, snd
a good many ether things too numer
ous to mention, at tbe
STONE-WARE POTTERY OF
Corner of Cherry and Third Street.
"i EARFIELD, PA,
luf 'TO tf.