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"CLEARFIELDPA., JULY 10, 187.
To Pate"s To insure the safe transmission
rf money br mail, patrons should remit by check
or money-or dcr, or have their letters registered.
A receipt will be enclosed iu the first paper after
the money comes to hand:
otin intrrt'd vndrr thr ktaAinz of Sprttal
Loealt'' at 1 ttmU a tint fofjim tcrtion ; ami
5 cent a tin' far rack sn'in'qiirnl invrttnn.
Clearfield E. R.-Sninmer Arrangement.
Express leares Clearfield a :
. B'Ricr it : :
. - Osceola at : :
" Handy Kidge at
Arrrives at Tyrone ytt :
"Eipbess leaves Tyrone at :
' Intersection at
- andy Kidge at
( " Osceola at : "
" fhilipshurg at
- Higler at : :
Arrives at Clearfield at .
: a.OO a m.
: 5 29 a. in.
: 6 fl 1 a in.'
: 6.2fl a. m.
: 6.33 a. m
: 7.27 a. m.
: 7.40 a. m
6.50 p m.
: 7 03 p. m.
: 7.52 pm.
: 8.10 p. m
: ri.30 p. m.
: p. m
: 8 SO a m.
: 8 4:t m.
: 9 32 i. m.
: 9 50 a. m.
10 10 a. oi
: 10 :H a m.
. 11. 10a.m.
: 3 00 p. m.
: 3 23 p. m
; 4 i3 p. m
: 4 20 p. in.
: 4 ."Hp in.
: 5.27 p. iu.
: 5 40pm
Mail leaves Tyrone at :
Saitdv Kide at
Osceola at :
'- rhilipsliurj; at
Killer at :
Arrives at Cleariield at :
S?aii. leaves Clearfield at :
: ISigler ftt ;
t. 0iceola at :
Sandy Kulze :
Arrives at Tyrone at : :
Clearfield Mail Sooth pocnftn wish Cincinnati
'Fxpre.-s East, and Mail West, on Main Line, alo
with the Paid Eagle Express Kast. for Lock lla
nointi West of Luck Haven Clearfield
Mail North connects fr;.ro Cincinnati Ex ress
We-t. and Harrburg Accommodation East, on
M:iin Line .
Clearfield Express South connects wrn Hnrris
1uri? Accommodation East, and Locul Passenger
foi Altooi a. and l!lliuayrburj I'.ranch ;
also with Raid Eale M ill East f..r Lock Haven
and U'illiamspnrt N'r!h eonn ts from Mail
West, and Cincinnaii Express East, also from
Bald Eagle Mail West.
IlEi.iniOL'S. Divine services will le held
iext Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows:
By liev. Hail, in St. A'". Irew's Episcopal
chuteh, at II A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday
school at 3 P. M. Prayer nuetitig every
Wednesday evening : t 7 oYWk.
By Ituv. Butlerjn the Presbyterian church,
nioriiirii; and evening'. Sabaath school at
3 P. M. Prayrr tuc-jting every Wednesday
evening at 7 o'clock.
i By Bev. J. II. M Cord, in the Methodist
church, tnortiitiz and evening. Sabbath
achool at 9 A. M. Prayer meeting, every
Thursday at 7 P. M. Communion services
First Sabbath of every month at 1) A. M.
By Bev. Mr. Skinner, in the Biptist
chuii-h. morning and evening, alternately.
Sabbath School every Sabbath, at 3 o'clock
P. M. The r ublic invited to attend.
Thanks. Hon. Win. A. Wallace will
please accept thanks for a copy of the Laws
of Pennsylvania for 1S71.
We this week present to our readers a
letter from Florence! Kansas, which may
prove of inteies. I'on't fail to read it.
"Josh Bii.i.inc.s" will deliver a lecture
lefoie "The Phi Lambda Association,"
Philipshursr. Pa , on Tuesday evening, July
L'oth, 1 S7 1 . The public is respectfully so
licited to attend.
Tltnl'T We see by tho new law parsed
by the last Legislature, that l crsor; - are at
lewed to catch trout during the months o!
April, May, June. July. ""'I thr Jlrtt fiftrrn
ioy of Au;t, the words in ilafirn hav
ing Ik-cii added to the law ol '09 ouJ '70.
Fire in Bki.i.efonte. An extensive fire
took place in Bellefonte on Saturday ntclit
last, but we have as yet learned nothing
defhnite as to the extent of the fire or the
damage sustained. There is a report here
about, however, that between thirty aud
f-rty buildings were destroyed.
1)l1'KCCTIYE Storm. Sunday morning
"old Sol" came down in bis hottest; by
noon the sky became interspersed with dark
and frowning elowds, and at half past three
o'clock one ol the hardest storms we have
ever witnessed in this section was prevail
ing, accompanied ly hail and a heavy rain.
Tlie storm was of very short duration prob
ably not more than trn minutes; but in that
time done a great deal of d.:mage. It de
molished one of the fine Mia le trees stand
ing in the Court House yard, blowed down
a number of fruit and shade trees, and tore
the limbs from many others, in all parts of
town. A small out kitchen, at a house in
the upper end of the borough was moved
on its foundation, and a portion of the
tram wuy at Messrs. Bialer's saw mill was
demoli-hed by the falling of a tree. Just
south of the borough line the storm was
still more destructive. Numbers of locust,
oak, and other tree3 were uprooted, fences
blown down, and the growing crops beaten
flat to the ground the latter being a seri
ous loss to the owners thereof. Mr. A. P.
iJovire's new house, in West Clearfield, not
yet completed, was moved from its founda
tion so far as to cause it to lean over several
feet at the top. A mile and a bail" north of
this place, a portion of the rnd was blown
off. Mr. Mullen's barn. Some damage was
also done to the corn, oats, and other crops
along the course of the storm.
Mr. II. Hoover, of Pike township, writes
ns concerning the stoi ni in that section :
"Yesterday (Sunday) evening, July loth,
this sect i. m was visited by a most destruc
tive hail sturni. It passed over iu a sonih-f-isitru
i'.i -ction. its path (about two miles
wide) beiui. marked by the destruction of
"every green thin;." The hail stones were
as large as silver dollars and shaped like
lumps of melted glass. Corn was utterly
mined stalks 1 inches in diameter being
ut off as with a dull knife. Oats, was roll
ol fiat to the ground. We lost about fifty
bushels of apples, and even the leaves were
beaten off the trees. Gardens were swept
as with the "besom of destruction," and
(he woods looked as though ' Capt. Bragjrs
Battery" had len at work. We had 30
window panes broken, one of our neighbors
.'il, another 4'1, and some had not a pane
left on the windward side of the house. So
violent was the storm, that swallows and
other small birds were knocked down and
tilled by the hail. The above is but a sim
ple statement of what occurred on our own
farm, but I learn that our neighbors have
fared but little better."
We are informed by a correspondent fbst
some hail fell ncarLuthersburg, oa Sunday,
as large as hulled walnuts. Very little dam
age was done to vegetation, however, as the
bail was not very plenty.
Business continues quite brisk in this
place, and money seems more plenty than
for several month past.
J coo ED. On Monday evening last, a
young man, named McCoy, was politely
invited by Justice Porter to take rooms at
Sheriff Pie's mansion on Market street.
Cause breach of promise, or soVnething
akin on a warrant trom Centre county.
List of Letters remaining unclaimed in
the PostofScc, at Clearfield, July 17, 1S71 :
Ilnches. J. W.
Cooster. Cortus B.
June. C. A.
Kearns, Miss Anna
Shirnel. D. V.
Trude, Norria II.
Watson, Miss Eliia
ATMOsniERic Change. A great change
was perceptible in the atmosphere on Tues
day n orning, no doubt occasioned by the
quantity of hail that fell on Sunday previous.
The mercury was down nearly to the "frost
line" quite a decline from (J$, a few days
TllE Williauisport Sun pays our genial
friend A iron this fint complement :
"Aaron C Tate, Eq .. the efficient and popular
Prolhonotary of Cleaific-ld county . has just been
re-nominated by the liemocratic Convention with-
out oppsoiiion Mr. Tate has filled the office of
Prothonotary for the past three years with signal
ability and to general satisfaction. This is cer
tainly a high compliment to a young farmer."
WnoRTLEBEKRiEshare been coining into
market ''.strong" for the past two weeks.
1 and have commanded from 121 to lo cents
per quart, except for the lat few days, when
tiicy sold at 10 cent. As they seem to be
very plenty, we presume they will sell at S
cents a quart, or even lesT, before the close
! of the season.
Powder. Ou Tuesday morning, two wa
gon loads of powder passed up Second street
on its way to the tunnel, at the summit be
tween the Sandy and Bennett's branch, on
ths Allegheny Valle,- Baiiroad. The work
ou that road seems to be progressing satis
factorily. Its completion, at an early day,
is confidently anticipated.
Bather Cool. So thought a couple of
chaps on Saturday evening, (although ad
vere to public opinion in general), who got
a shower bath from an upper window on
Second street. Moral: never stop beneath
the window of a private residence, when
you want to do an immoderate amount of
swearing and loud talking.
Nacole's display of silver ware excites
some amusement. The other day a chap
from the country went iu and inquired if he
could have the spout soldered on an old tin
coffee-pot, not having foresight enough to
distinguish between a silver ware and tin
ware establishment. We will risk a big
apple that that chap was a Democrat.
How does this speak lor our obi friend
"Xatbing?'' lie bad better come back to
Clerrfiel l county and go to farming again.
The Lock Haven Republican says:
Xatuan Trude. of this city, well known to our
poilce as an old offender, was arrcited by officer
K''cnen, on Friday last, un the course of drunk-ei.avs-,
ti.Bin4 olcene lantUJ:re. Ao . ou the
strien. Deputy M.ior Pnr-ons sentem-d the ac
CUM.U to jail tr a perm I ot four d lys.
AssAl'I.T. We learn that on Monday
evcriinir as-r, af;er dnrk, some pugilistic in
dividual quietly gl'nJed up behind Justice
Porter as be was passing up Second street,
and dealt him a blow on the back of the
head just back of the ear, but not with suf
ficient force to knock him off his pins. Why
the assault, is not known. "Arrest the
scoundrel ! Commit him !" was the verdiet,
but lie is still at large.
Rise in the River One day last week
the river rose very suddenly, occasioned by
heavy rains on the head waters of the
streams, sufficiently high to float off many
logs lying along the beach since early in the
spring. So great a rise ot water at this
season of the year is rather an unusual oc
currenee, and cause:! some surprise ; but it
subsided nearly as rapidly as it rose, and, we
presume, the logs aie now safely moored on
the rocks and sand banks along the river,
from here to Lock Haven, for the balance
of the summer season.
Co.Ml'UMENTAitV. At the re union of
the Belles Lettres Society, of Dickinson
Seminary, at Williauisport on Monday, Juno
Oth, Mr. T. II. Murray, of this place, took
a prominent part, of which the Williams
port Stninl'ird says:
"T. H . Murray, Fsq , of Clearfield, who bad
been chosen oral r of tba d.iy was next intro
duced. ai.U be addressed the society and audience
fluently upon the importance ot "Little Ihinn "
It is but a feehle tribute to say of this address
'hat it was scholarly elegant ut,d appropriate.
We could well wish to preserve tho eu!ogison
IK-roii.tus and Boswcll for the fineness of dis
crimination in representing the leading charac
teristic of the Father of history' and the
prince of l.ioeraphers. 'lha all ress of M r. M nr
ray made a vivU impression upon the hearers
and the members of his own society an impres
sion which will long be retained as among the
things worthy to be cherished and preservoi.
Now, that the mud holes on our streets
have dried up, would it not be well for the
borouyh "duds'' to see to having them re
paired, so that tho next rain we have will
not cr,u-c pools of stagnant water to be
standing all over town for a week or two
thereafter? The condition of M:rket-st,
west tif the Court House, for the past ten
days h"S been fearful; and enough to dis
grace any to n. or stir auy Board of Com
missioners to aetion. Second st is almost
as bad in some other respecta huge piles
of dirt, old lumber, etc, lying along the
sidewalks. Why not, then, repair the mud
holes, remove the obstructions, and add
greatly to the otherwise creditable appear
ance of our.towu ?
Advertise. It cannot be very encoura
gins to the ciniage makers of Clearfield to
see persons bring spring-wagons, carriages,
buggies, etc., from Lewis'own to this place
by railroad, probably making a few sales
here, and then hire teams to haul the re
mainder to Brookville, a distance of forty
miles, when there is no reason in th world
why CiearfielJ bhouldn't have thi trade.
But what more can be expected ? We have
a carriage fac'ory or two, where we believe
all kinds of vehicles are made and constant
ly kept on hand. We also have two news
papers in Clearfield, but you may search
column after column and not find the words
'Carriage Factory!" The inference is
plain : If you want to sell your wares, "advertise."
Fire. We are informed that a fire oc
curred in IIoutzd.de, this county, a few
nights since, destroying some six or eight
buildings. The probabie loss has not been
FitED. Sackett, whilst engaged in spout
ing James Mitchell's new house, in this place,
yesterday afternoon, fell from the scaffold
ing, slightly fracturing and severely bruising
his right upper aim.
Warning. The following from the Phil
ipsburg Journal, concerning a couple of our
farmers, of which we had some previous
intimation, will be read by all with interest,
as there are others in the county in a like
state of uncertainty :
Two farmers of Clearfield county, respectively,
ttm. biinme!l. of Morris township, an Jacob
Smeal. of Eoggs township, jre fearful that, they
have been swindled by & patent right dealer. Al
though there is no positive evidence of intent to
deiraud. circumslaucea point very decidedly in
that direction. About one niontb since a man
calling himself John HcpUh called on ttaeui.seps
rately. claiming to be the ai;eiit for lieuiorcst's
pruning shears, and proposed to them to take tho
sub-aiency fur the a.ile of ihe.e in.pleiiiOnU, tel
ling laem that they miht sell a many as possi
ble and in the spring he. or another agent, would
call for the proooeds. 33 per ceut. of which they
were to retain as a commission. This seemed lib
er:il. and not requiring any capital as he assur
ed tbeui that he would immediately farward theui
a supply which would arrive the following week
they assented They eai-.h s-iy that :hey signed
two papers, or at least afiixed their signatures
twice. withoHt I'noichig in the leaxi wAjf thty
ttcrnrrt ; which papers. or paper he kept and then
made ttiein out a rort of certificate of agency,
which was very imperfectly filled out. and appa
rently worthless The pruning shears not ap
pearing according to the promise of the agent,
they bi-uauie alarmed, and now tear that they
may have signed notes, or blanks which may be
tilled out as notes. The shears bare not arrived
at this willing, and as he left no address with
ihem they arc couipl.-tely in the dark The tran
Eactions bear upon tlieir fa?c a f rauJ ulen'. ap
pe:rance. and while they may be nil right, and
while we are unwilling to tiigina'ize as -wr.mg
what may prove to be right, Ha cm do no less
than eautiou our readers against ever signing
any paper without positively knowing its con
tn:s And in ait cases, when siniiig a note affi z
your seal, whicb relieves the drawer of a note
from payment, in case tho paper ha3 been obtain
ed by fraud, even if in the bands of a bona fide
holder. The ob.-ervaTice of these simple rules
would save a great do'ai of trouble and loss of
Bl'V vour boots and shoe at Fullerton's.
The Fall term of Miss Swan's school for
girls, will com rue imm; on Monday, September
4tli. See advertisement.
For hats, caps, and cents' furnishing
goods, go to Fullerton's.
TllE self raising flour, sold by Mr. Dy
sart, near the Railroad depot, is a most ex
cellent article lull what it is reommend
ed to be. All that is required to convince
all of this fact, is a trial.
Cheap lubricating Castor Oil, Lightning
Fly-killer (paper), Sponges of all varieties
aud sizes, Flavoring extracts ot a superior
quality, for sale at Hartswick & Irwin's
lrug Store, Second street. July 19-3m.
Among the most popular and useful jour
nals of its class in the country is "Leffel's
Illustrated Mechanieal News," at the ex
tremely low price ol Fifty Cents per annum.
It is profusely illustrated, and filled with in
teresting articles pertaining to mechanical
science. Address James Loffel k Co.,
1)r. F. 1'i.atto, formerly of Syracuse,
X. Y., desires us to inform the people of
Clearfield and vicinity that he has peruia
rcntly located among them, for the purpose
of practising his profession. The lWtor
will bo in readiness to attend to all prufes
sional calls, either night or day. His office
is on Reed street, south side, between the
Railroad and Second street, w here he may
be found night aud day, when not engaged
elsewhere. March S, ISTl.tf
I'njINO the hot days in July and August
there is nothing more delicious than a drink
of cold water. In the past, this was not
always attainable, but now a-days no one
need do without. By purchasing a "Be
frigerator" at II. F. Bigler &, Co' a, and
placing it in your dining room, you can at
all times have "ice cold" water to drink ;
while, at the same time, you can keep your
butter hard, your milk sweet, and your beef
and other meats fresh, at a small daily ex
pense. Come and examine the "Refriger
ator." and be convinced. It is a very con
venient and useful article, besides being a
handsome piece of dining room furnituro.
On Wednesday. July J2th, 18T0, at the
residence of the bride's mother, by Bev. II.
S. Butler. Mr. F. C. Cromm, of Franklin,
Pa., and Miss MaKT II AGf.KTY.of Clearfield.
We tender the bnppy couple our warmest con
gratulations, and hope tbey may have a pleasant
and prospeioos time as they journey together
down life's rugged stream
At bis residence in Clearfield, on Sunday,
July '..'th, 1 S71 , Mr. Joseph Birchi-ieed,
in the fifty 6th year of his age.'
His demise was sudden, and as unexpected as
sudden; and was owing, perhaps, to spells of mel
ancholy, from which he sometimes suffered. The
shock to the family, as well as to the community,
was alarmingly sudden and unexpected Just a
lew hours before, be seemed to have his usual vig
or of body and tuind, and had been conversing
witb his family and others, relative to future
business engagement!. Alas, bow soon the tide
of human events changes. Indeed, there seems
to be -a Jivi'jity that shapes our ends, rough bew
them as we will." In the death of Mr. Buich
field. the community has lost an estimable citizen
and an honest man the noblest work of God ;
the widow and children, an affectionate husband
and father, who loved them as only a father can,
and who delighted to render them comfortable
and happy in every way be possibly could, and
was ever ready to cheer them with a pleasant
smile. A lofs has been sustained that cannot be
repaired ; a chair made vacaut that cannot be fill
ed. But sad as is this affliction, the promise is
given by the Almighty that he will be a husband
to the widow and a father to the fatherless.
Dearest fatter, thou hast left us,
Here thy loss we deeply feel ;
But 'tis G od who hath bereft us,
lie can all our sorrows heal." . Com.
CLOSING -QUOTATIONS of Government Secu
rities, at i T. Ur.idy A Co'a, No. 6tf Wood St.
PilUburgh, July 15. 1671.
Gold, 110 lili
U. S. 6'slRSl, llfii 117,
V S. 5-2(Vs, ISfiS, 113r 112'
U. S 5-20's, 1KB, 110 llOi
t'.S 5-20's. ISiia, . 11"! U'i
'J.S 10-4u"a. 107. 107,
5-20'a. January 4 Jul v. 1865, 11S llVJ
5-2(1 , January A July. ISf.7, 1 1 i 1I9J
f-2'l a. Januiry July. 183S, 112J 113
I'nion Pacific Kail road. : 8SJ
Central Pacific Kaproad, llfl
Cy. r-aicfics, li
: Clearfield Retail Markets.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BT K. MOSSO.
Apples, dried, lb, 1Q Hay, ton, . , 25 (10
Apples, green, bu, Hams. lb. , 20
Applebutter, gai, 1 00 Shoulders, lb, 12
Uutter. lb, 2i Sides, lb, 14
Beef, fresh, lb, 10 Lard, lb, 17
lieef. dried, lb, 25 Oats, bu. v, . 70
Buckwheat, bu, I 00 Onions, bu, 1 OU
Buckwheat fiour.Ib 4 Pork, lb. 12
Beans, bu. 2 50 Pork. mess, bbl, 23 00
Boards, per M 14 00 Potatoes, bu, 150
Corn. shelled,' 1 00 Plaster, bbl. . 3 50
" earn, 50 Peaches, dried, lb. " 13
" meal, 2 50 Eye. bu, 1 2i
Chop. rye. 2 50 KagB, lb, 3
" mixed. 2 20 .-"ait. per sack. 2 50
Cheese, lb, 20 Shingles. 18 in. 5 00
Cherries, lb, 10 Shingles 26 in, 12 00
Chickens.dresssed.lb, 15 Timothy aeed, bu, 8 00
Ergs, 20 Wheat, bu, 1 00
Flour, bbl, 8 00 Wool. Ib, 40
TKKMS OF TUB JOUKJfAL.
The Raftsmah's Jodbfal is published on Wed
nasday at S2.00 pel annum in advance. If not
paid at the beginning of the year. $2.50 will be
charged, and S3, 00 if not paid before the close.
Fifty issues count a year.
Advertisements will be inserted at f 1,50 per
square, for three or less insertions Ten lines
(or less) counting a square. For every additional
insertion 50 cents will be charged. A deduction
will be mado to yearly advertisers
No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un
till all arrearages are paid.except at the option ol
the publisher. 8. J. ROW.
E W SPRING S T O C Kl
J. S II A W k S O N.
Have just returned frem the east and are aew
opening an entire new stock of goods ia the room
formerly occupied by Wm. F. Irwin, en Market
Street, which they new effer te the publie at the
lowest cash prices.
Their stock consists of a general assortment ef
Dry Goods. Groceries, Qneensware, Hardware.
Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps. Bonnets, Press (ios
Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Brooms. Nails, ete.,
ia fact, everything usually kept jn a retail store
can be had by calling at this store, r will be
procured to erder.
Their stock is well seloeted, and censists ef lla
newest goods, is of the bast quality, ef the latest
styles, and will be soli at lowest prices for easa,
er exchanged for appreved eountry predace.
Be surs and call anil-examine our stock before
making your pa rebuses, as we are determined
nlease all who may faver as with their custom.
May8, lSt',7. J. SHAW t SOX
gELLIXO OFF at COST fob CASH!
TII1 LARGEST STOCK OF
' un XI T U RE
EVER OFFERED IX CLEARFIELD!
.At THE STEAM CABINET SHOP.
CORNER MARKET. AND FIFTH STREETS.
The endersigned would announce to the public
that he has on hand and is now offering, cheap
tor cash, the largest stock of furniture ever in
store in this county, consisting of
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SCIT3,
SECRETARIES. BOOK CASES,
SPRING BEDS AND MATTRESSE3,
j or V"i-'", Dii.-o.uiw,,
rLAIS A MARBLE TOP TABLES A BUREAUS,
CANE SEAT AND COMMON CHAIRS,
FICTCRE FRAMES, C0PD3 AND
He al?o rrsnufactures and keeps on hand Pat
ent Spring Beds, the l est ever invented. No fam
ily should be without them. Any kind of goods
not on band can be had on short notice. Uphol
stering and repairing neatly exocuted.
COFFINS, of all sizes. can be had on a half-hours'
notice, and at the lowest prices A deduction
of 2? percent. inadeforCASR
METALLIC CASES, or Rosewood. Walnut and
Cherry Tiffins, with glassorwood taps, furnish
ed on five hours' notice.
Personal attendance with hearse, on funeral oc
casions, and carriage" furnished when desired.
Thanking the public for past favors, and by
strict personal attention to business. 1 hope to
receivr a continuance of th same.
Remember the place tho Steam Cabinot Shop,
corner of Market and Fifth Streets.
F . MILLER.
A. X. row ELL
MILLER & POWELL,
Vltelralt anil Rrtiul Dealrrs tn all ttndt f
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, No
tions, Groceries, Uardware.Queensware,Wood
and Willow ware, Flour, Baoon, Fish, Salt,
Ac, Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets, Silks, Coburgs. Alpacas, Me
rinos, Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ginghams. Prints,
Poplins, Lawns, Sunshades, Handkerchiefs, Kid
and other Gloves, Hoisery, Balmorals, and a gen
eral variety of Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons,
Braids, etc., at the lowest prices.
They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and Fan
cy Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Tweeds. Meltons. Water
proof Cloth. Silk.Satin and common Vestings ets ,
in great variety, and at prices that will give gen
eral satisfaction to buyers.
A general assortment of Ready-mad Clothing,
Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes, Hardware and
Queeaswire, Wood and Willowware, and a full
stock ef Groceries. - -
MILLER A rOW ELL sell all an'eles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country store
an I hence the people generally will find it to
their advantage to buy goods of them.
GRAIN AND COUNTRY PRODUCE tokea in
exchange for goods.
Fearnary 15, I871-tf.
SALT! SALT!: A prim article of grouL J a
um salt, pjt up in patent i&cks. forsaleeuea
at the stcio if R. MOSSOt
GUNS. Pistols and sword canes to ba had at
11 F. BIGLER A CO'S.
WOOL WANTED. 19,000 pounds of
' Wool wanted, for which the hiifhes't
market price will be paid. Wool carding will be
done throughout the season at moderate prices
- We also have on hand a large slock of woolen
goods, onougn t supply all our old customers,
and as many new ones as will give us a eall
JAMES JOHNSTON A SON,
April 2S,'7I-fimp. Pells' Run. Penn tp.
J BLAKE WALTERS,
REAL ESTATE BROKER, .
AS O DEALER IK
Saw Logs and Lumber,
Real estate bought and sold, titles examined,
taxes paid, conveyances prepared.
Office in Masonio building, on Second Street
Room No. 1. . Jan 55. '71.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Made to Ord?r at the Lowest Rates.
The undersigned would respectfully invite the
attention of the citizens of Clearfiel i and vicini
ty, to give him a eall at his shop on Market St.,
nearly opposite Hartswick A Irwin's drug store,
where he is prepared to make or repair any thi og
in bis 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 frnrb
calfskins, snperb gaiter tops, A., that I will
finish up at the lowest figures.
June 13th. 136. DANIEL CONNELLY
ATE W W AS II I N O T O N
x ACAD E M Y !
G. If. 1XXES, A. .11., Fnrivi.
The first session rf this institution will com
mence on Monday, the lith day of May naxt,
term i tnsnths.
Pupils can enter at any time, and will be charg
ed tuition from the time tbey enter until the
close of the session.
The course of instruction will embrace all
branches included in a thorough praatical edu
cation for both sexes
Vocal music taught when desired
Oood boarding cun be ha l at public or private
houses at THREE IKJLLARS PER WEEK.
Parents can be assured tbat.the ability and en
ergies of the Principal will bo devoted to the
mental aud moral training of those placed under
Terms of tuition will be moderate and can be
ascertained by addressing 1'R. J. Inses. at New
Wsshington. or tho Principal IS. W. Innts, at
Apollo, Armstrong courty. Ia.. but who will be
at New Wa.-,hingion alter April 1st. Mar 21'71.
Q LOTH IN G ! CLOTHING!!
GOOD AND CHEAP !!!
Men, Youths and Boyscin besuplpied witb ful
suits of seasonable and fashionable clothing a
I. L. EEIZENSTEIN'S,
where it is sold at prices that will indue their
purchase. Th universal satisfaction whicb bas
been given, has induced biiu to increase his
s'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of the kind in this part of the State.
I. L. REIZENSTEtN,
Sells goods at a very small profit, fercasb;
His goods are well made and fashionable.
He gives every one th worth of his money.
He treats his customers all alike.
He sells ohcaper than every body else.
His store is conveniently situated.
He having purchased his stock 1 1 reduced
prices he can sell cheaper tl an ethers.
For these and other reasons persons should buy
their clothing at
I. L. REIZENSTEIN'S
Prodnee of every kind taken at th highest
market prices. May IS, lbi4.
.IU. UUO CIS a HMr, Vta bot 'as fxl
by J. SHAW A SOS.
ADDLES, Bridles, harness, collars A., for
sal at if E. BIG LEU A CO'S.
II.. Puttv. Paints Glass and Nails, foi sale at
March '70. H F, UIGLER A CO S.
"POU PALE. A Double Tnrhine Water
. Wheel, ninniif'aRtnrcd by James Laffell
A Co.. at Springfield, Ohio, is new and will be
sold at less than cost. For further particulars in
quire of the undersigned at Clearfield.
March 1, '71.-tf. A.S. GOODRICH.
TXSURE YOUR PROPERTY. Tie
-1- niidersifftied are prepared to take any
reasonable fire risks, in good and reliable com
panies, each as the "Farmers Mufunl," of York,
Pa., 4 Andes,' of Cincinnati. Ohio, Germania,"
of New York, and others Rates reasonable, and
in case of loss money paid up promptly
April 12,'7l IRVIN A KKEBS.
The undersigned bas just received from the
East, and is now offering to the public, a well se
lected stock of Family Groceries, such as
FISH, ' SALT,
C II EES E, MO L A SS ES, SUGARS,
CANNED VEGETABLES V FRUIT,
KETCHUP, . CRACKERS,
NUTS and CANDIES.
and all kinds of green fruits and vegetables in
In short, nearly every article wanted for family
All goods warranted to b of superior quality.
PRICES LOW, FOR CASH.
Rooms one door west of the Mansion Hooe, and
lately occupied by Messrs. Hartswick A Irwin
as a Drug Slur.
AH are invited to call and examine my stock and
judge for themselves of quality and prices.
JOSEPH S. SHOWERS.
June 7, 1871-tf
CJANNED FRC1T. Canned Plums, Peaches
and canned corn, ete , for sale at the Drug
Store of A.I.SHAW.
ARNESP . Trimuiinets, and Shoe-findings for
sale at fl. F. BIGLER A CO S. .
y out it s
Th undersigned having recently added
to his former business, would respectfully
solicit an examination oi his stock. Being
a practical Tailor he flatters himself
that he is able to offer a better
elas of ready-mad work
than has heretofore been
brought to tbi mar
ket. Anyone wishing to buy gosda in tbi line
would save money by calling at his store,
and making their selections-. Also,
a full supply of Gents'fnrnishing
goods always on hand.
Feeling thankful for past favors, he would re
spectfully solicit a . continuance of th
April 23, 1869. II. BRIDGE.
On XX o, cl
AND CHECK FOLIO P.iPEr.S.
AND STATEMENT PAPERS.
CRYSTAL, ENAMELED. AND
BRISTOL BOARD .
BRISTOL BOAKD, CHINA
COMMON BUSINESS CARDS,
OF VARI0C5 SHADES AND COLORS.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
FOR DRUGGIST'S LABELS,
PRINTED TO ORDER,
on short notice,
AND AT CITY TRICES.
o0t8 AND SQ
Hats and Caps.
tub place to get
HATS AND CATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Fullerton's New Store,
ONE door north of
The New Masonic Building,
The largest stock of foods in this lineever
bronght into the eounty, is now open for tb
inspection of the public, and will be sold
Very Lowest Cash Prices.
Also, a splendid assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
A largo stock ef
CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS,
whieh will b disposed of at astonishingly ,
A share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
tlOVT FAIL TO CALL.
D. R. rCLLERTON,
Fecosd St-, Bki-ow Maei.?, ClesRPIRLp, Pa.
April i, 1S71.
BRANDIES awi HOLLAND GIS,
PURE OLD GRAPE BRANDIES,
PURE OLD CA BINET WHISKEYS.
OLD GRAPE WINES.
All th above brands warranted pur and to
excel anything in this market for medicinal pur
MCrcn so, o-ir.j rrop r ot Mi aw noose.
Land and Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, PICKETS,
II. II. SIIILLINGFORD, President,
Ofiet Fore.il Plan, 115 S. 4:h St .Tii a.
JXO. LAWS HE, Gen'l Sup't,
OWa Mill; CttarfirM Ceiftf. Pa.
Moshannen Land and Lumlicr Co..
Offer Inducements to
M A M M O T II
Mosliannon Lind and Lumber Co.,
Offer LOTS in the Borough of Osceola
and vicinity for sale. Terms easy;
Apply at the Office of the Co-
JOHN LAWSIIE, Gen'l Sup;t.
January 18, 1371.
"WTio sells the cheapest goods in the
M 0 S S 0 P V
Who sells hest calicoes at 12Jcts a yard
Who sells bet unbleached mnsiin st 17 cents
Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at ?5 00?
Who sells nail's best Coarsa Boots at 50?
Whoeells IlaR'ihestK.p Boots at 4,.r0?
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 sella Queensware the cheapest ?
Who sells Tinware the cheapest?
Who selli Clothing the cheapest ?
Who sells Plaster the cheapest ?
Who sells Salt the cheapest ?
Who first brought goods down to the
lowest cash prices ?
Everybody should buy their goods at
MO S SOP'S!
Clear6eld, May 12 1 69