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CLEAF.FIELD, PA AUGUSTS,
To Pathos s To insu-e the tJe transmission
of money by mail, patron, should remit by cheek
or moner-orJcr, or hae their letters registered.
A receipt will bo enclosed in the first paper after
tbe money comes to hand:
" 2fotiees inserted nnler the k'adiueof Seeial
LoeaW at 13 rents f i trrtion ; awl
6 naH a tin for -iri sKs'qnenl insertion.
Clearfielcl B. E. -Summer Arrangement.
Exraass lesTas Clearfield a : : : 5.00 a m.
. Bijrler it : : :" : 4 29 a. m.
- Philipsburg at : : 6 03 a.m.
Osceola at : : : : 6 20 a.m.
. Sandy Kidge at : : 6.33 a. in
Intersection at : : 7.27 a. m.
Am-Wes at Tyrone at : : : : 7.40 a. m
Express leaves Tyrone at : : : 6.50 p m.
" ' Intersection at ; : 7 OS p. m.
-Sandy llidge at : : 7 S2 p. m.
" Osceola at : : : :8.10 p.m.
rhilipsburg at . : 8.30 p. m.
i. Tiigler at : : ": : 8 5Sp m
Arrives at Clearfield at : : : 9.3Jp.m
Mail teares Tyrone at : : : : 8.30 a m.
" Intersection at : : 8 43 a.m.
m Bandy Kidge at : : 9 32 n. m.
- Osceola at : : : 9 50 a.m.
rhilipsburg at : : 10 10 a. m
" Kislerat : . : : 10 33 am.
Arrives at Clearfield at : : : 11.10 a.m.
Mail leaves Clearfield at : : : 3 00 p m.
" liicler at : : : : 3.23 p. m.
rhilipsburg at .- : 4 03 p. m
. .. k Osceola at : : : : -n P- m.
' Sandy Rida : : - 4-33 P- m.
Inter.-cctlon at : : 5-27 p. m.
Arrives at Tyrone at : : : : 5 4 9 pm
KEi.iniors. Divine services will le LelJ
nest Sabbath, in Clearfield, as follows :
By ltev. Hall, in St. Andrew's Episcopal
church, at 1 1 A. M." and 7 1'. M. Sunday
school at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening :.t 7 o'clock.
By Rev. Butler.in the Presbyterian church,
mnrninand eveiiin?. Sabaath school at
3 P. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
eveninc at 7 o'clot-k. , ,.
By llev. J. II. M'Cord, in the Methodist
cTinrch, morning aid evening. Sabbath
school at 9 A. M. Prayer niettiu?, every
Thursc'av at P. M. Communion services
First Ssijbat h of every month at 0 A. M.
By Rev. Mr. Skinner, in the Iiapdit
church, morning and evening, alternately.
Sabbath School evety Sabbath, at : o'clock
P. M. The j utile invited to attend.
Ol'K readers will find, in another column,
a very intere-tins communication from
"Charlie." Rea l it.
Bette pay the printer a couple of dol
lars than .lk-'.i u; Hen notices containing
such words av"wich." '"knowen," "man
ey," "usefu!!," "tube!," etc.. ete. No re
marks. Piiit. The debris before several recent
ly erected buildings on Second street. Mill
obstructs the free passage of vehicles. Re
move it. and charge the expenses fjr so do
ing to the property hoi .le;-..
Chicken Timkves. These petty thieves
have been plyins their vocation pretty cx
ten-ivily in this place, during the past week
or two. We advise these gentry to be a
little cautious, or they may cilch a good
deal more than they bargained for.
A XcisAfCE. An al.nost intolerable
Met.c'i arises from some stables along Third
street, which, should be abated by the bor
ough officers. The removal of the manure
and other filth, and the erecting of high
fences, would, remedy the evil. i.ut say
The Park Association. This "insti
tution" is in Ruccful operation, and pro
poses to give its first "entertainaient" Sat
urday following the Agricultural Fair. Pre
miums amounting to $'"0J wid be distribu
ted among the succsful competitors of fast
That long Hnu of '"brassy" boys, better
known as the "gaping brigade," still keeps
its position at the church doors on Sunday
evenings. If the officers of our different
churches had the least regard for the feel
ings of the people who a' tend church, the
"gaping brigade" would soon be "mustered
Concert. The singing class (composed
of a large number of boys and girls of this
place) which has been under the instruction
of Mr. C. II. Jones for some time past,
will give a concert in the Court House on
to morrow (Thursday) evening. Mr. Jones
is an efficient teacher, and deserves success.
"Tickets 25 cents. The public generally is
invited to attend.
The Fair. T!.c Clearfield County Coun
ty Agricultural Society will hold their Ninth
Annual Inhibition, on the Park grounds
near this place, commencing on Tuesday,
September lGlh, and continuing four days.
We hope the farmers, and all others inter
ested in the advancement of agricultural
pursuits, wiil use their utmost endeavors to
make the fair a success. The premiums
offered are liberal.
Ol'li exchanges nearly every week, notice
..some victim of patent right venders, espec
ially amone farmers. The safest plan, when
approached by one of these gentry, is to
give Lim abrupt orders to go and stay
H'lne. Or if you cannot get rid of him
without making a bargain, pr.y him at once,
take a -.rceipt in full, but never, under any
ciicutitai.-os, sign a note. If you do, look
o-.it f.ir its re; urn in an unexpected shape.
A V. 'Mw.-ay. Ou Thursday night last,
some vi'.'iii!!), or vilUans, who had no fear of
tJod or man before their eyes, cut out a
win low g!ass. at Shower' grocery store.and
impropriated divers articles to their use
witho-n the consent of the owner. Tho
thieves secured ;i!.out tis dollars iu change
that was in thj m mey drawer, two bottles
of brandy poaches, half dozen cans of cove
oysters, three prize boxes of candies, and
perhaps a few other articles. Pity that the
scamps cannot be discovered and punished
as they deserve.
Ri-lfi S:iiT. Wc are informed that, on
Saturday evening, August 5th, as. Mr. John
Jiiiraoon, of P-nn townrdiip, was returning
from hi saw ir. ill on Curry's Run, in Bell
township, he met a huge she-bear with two
cubs. Mr. IJ's docs at once grappled with
the Lear, but after a .severe fight was forced
t-y give up the contest. The bear then rear-
lon its hind legs, when Mr. B. shot it
dead. Pruin measured seven feet in length,
Mid evidently was an old resident and offen
der, as it was minus the left foro paw, which
probably, was lost in a trap. The cubs cf
! c:eJ their escape, durini? the melee bt
t,r " their "mammy" ar-1 i'M dog.
The Marirltian came to us last week en
larged and improved, and its name changed
to the Marietta Jleguter, haying been pur
chased by Mr. J. F. Wolfscrberger. We
wish Mr. W. success in this new enterprise.
Die MoriEXWELT for August came to
hand recently. It, like the former number,
contains more fashion literature than any
other magazine of the kind that we have
ever seen ; it not only excels in quaniity but
quality. Send for it- Address S. T. Tay
lor, SOI Canal street, N. Y.
List of Letters remaininj unclaimed in
the Postofficc, at Clearfield, Aug. U, lb71:
Brown, Scott KimSall, G
Coniway, Deliah McCaffery, John
Camming. Tom P McPliee, Aiex
Parwart, John Obeihiser, D K
Feltwell, Joshua Ligley, Robert
Hesser, r Shultz, S S
Flahn, J 15 Sellinger. Miss Anna
Hoffman. Miss Lizzie Troiel, P II (2)
Johns, William 12) Taeertz. John
Kecffer, James P. A. Gali.ix, P. M.
A Desperate Villiax. On Wednesday
evening, of last week, a very largo crowd
repaired to the depot to welcome the noto
rious James Johnson, who, by particular
invitation from officer Clark, of thcAltoona
day police, has again returned to take quar
ters in our jail. Johnson will be remember
ed as the man who escaped from our jail
some time since, while awaiting sentence
upon conviction of having obtained a receipt
for money on false pretences, and who, later
Mill, assaulted and escaped from Shctiff
Pic, and on whose head tho County Com
missioners had placed a icward of $300.
Tuesday a week Johnson walked from Glen
Hope, this county, to Tipton, Blair county,
and there bought a ticket and took the train
for Pittsburg. Upr n arriving at Altoona,
where a telegram had precceded him, he
was arrested by Mr. Clark, and conducted
to this place on Wednesday. lie took it
quite cool until the train stopped at the de
pot, when he attempted to escape through
a ear window, but I cirg unsuccessful in this,
he Ji i'jiied an attempt to escape afier he was
off the train, for, we do not beli've he had
any idea that he really could escape, but
just thought be would "have a little fun."
When at Iat they pet started with him, they
took him from the depot to the jail on dou
ble quick. He was put in irons and confin
ed to a cell. It is altogether probable that
he has escaped from Sheriff Pic's hands
fjr the last time. Johnson certainly-deserves
the full ixtetit of the law, and that
will, without a doubt, ba bis fate.
For the Rafttnim's Journal.
lur3 en 'Women. "
Of all the evils prevalent among men, we
know of none more blighting'in its mora!
effects than to speak slightingly of tho vir
tue of woman. Nor is there anything in
which young men are so thoroughly mista
ken, as to the- low estimates they form of
the integrity of women not their own dear
mothers and sisters. Asa rule, r.o person
who surrenders to this debasing habit is to
be trusted with any enterprise requiring in
tugrity of character. Plain words should
be spoken on this point, for the evil is a
general one, and deep "rootedT. ylf: young
men are some limes thrown into the society
of thoughtless or lewd women, they have no
more right to measure all other women by
what they see of thee than they would have
to estimate the character of honest and re
spectable citizens upon developments of
crimes in our police courts. Let our young
men remember that their chief happiness
of life derod1' upon their utter faith in
women. No worldly wisdom, no misan
thropic philosophy, no generalization, can
cover or weaken this fundamental truth. It
stands like the recoid of Almighty God its
self for it is nothing less than this and
should put an everlasting seal upon lips that
were wont to speak slightingly of women.
J. A. E.
Letter from Florccce, Kansas.
Flouf.xce, Ks., August Cth, IS71.
Editor Journal : Did I hear you say,
"drouthy Kansas ?" Well ! Had you been
here during the t ast ten days, your cry
would have been, Oh ! for a short drouth.
We have had exceeding heavy rains for six
nights out of ten, and prior to that time we
did not suf c-r for rain, as it came regularly
three times a week since May 1st. As a
re.-ult wc have tbe lest kind cf crops of all
sorts. Having told jou of small grains and
corn in my last, I wi.-h bimp'y to state, th; t
a gentleman adjoining our city on the south,
planted corn in sod on the loth of June,
and on the 2oth of July it was nine fee t
high, with three and four ears on each stock
having leen voikcd only once. It is
nothing strange to see com fourteen or fif
teen feet h-ih in fact the corn fields are
pel feet forests.
An immense yield of potatoes is expec
ted. Many faimcrs anticipating 3u0 and
-100 bushels to the acre. So rapid has bcrn
their growth, that they have actually burst
the hills apart in order to have room to
Take these facts, and the nutritious blue
stem and buffalo grasses, which this year
attained a height of three and four feet.into
consideration, and who can say that Kansas
is a barren waste ?
Untold acres of rich prai lie and bottom
lands, arc still lying idle, only awaiting the
coming of settlers to plow and seed, that
wealth, comfort and peace may be their
In this, Marion county, one of the new
est, as well as one of the largest cout tics iu
the State, where taxes are light, provisions
plenty and cheap, with stone, wood, and
water in abundance, there is room for thou
SERtls n.ore. Wc have residents from Maine
to Texas, from Oregon to Florida frcm
most of the isles of the sea, and all parts
of the Eastern hemisphere, and the general
opinion expressed by each and every one is,
that if their neighbors and friends did but
know the value and the extent of agricultu
ral lands of Marion county, 'twould be but
few years until it would Le one of the most
densely populated counties in the State.
Our ranges for stock are vast ; no trouble
on account of water and a few dollars in
vested in cattle, will, iu a few years, bricg
independence to those who so invest. I
have many instances to refer to, to support
In towns and villages, we are not behind
our neighboring counties.
Florence, the principal town of the coun
ty, is now about four months old, has one
hundred and twenty five houscs.and still im
proving. The citizens are enterprising and
euergctic. Her business men are capable,
and possessed of capital sufficient to attract
trade from a distance of one l.undred miles.
We have two very extcusive lumler yards,
whose daily sales will eggrcgate $SCCO.three
wholesale and lelail grocery stores, two gen
eral meuLandise Mores, one exclusive dry
goods, one wholesale Loot and thoe, thne
hardware and stoves, one wholesale and re
tail furniiurc, one wholesale liquor, one sad.
dler tliop, two lluiruiths, twoical estate
offices, cr.e lawyer, two doctors, two drug
stores, one printing office, one tank, capi
tal $30,000, two bakeries, two betels, three
restaurants, Iwosaloons, carpenters, masons,
etc. Wc need a good shoemaker,aud a good
We have the finest never failing water
power in Southwestern Kansas, and any
person putting up a good grist mill, will have
the mill site, and all necessary lands given
to bin; thcie is but our. mill wiihin43
miles of us, and it but a "pocket" mill. A
mill at this point will command the business
for a distance of fifty miles around u, to
the north, west end south, and there is no
water in that distance, and no fuel for steam
west of thi3 place.
J'cReynolJs & Kurtz, Ileal Estate Agents,
at Florence, will give any information con
cerning the m!l! site and water power, that
may be desired.
They are also agents for the sale of S00,
030 acres of land, belonging to the Atchison,
Toptka and Santa Fe li. II., which they
offer at low prices on eleven years time, and
if otic-tenth of the land is improved in three
years time, a deduction of saeutecii per
cent, is made, from amount remaining un-
i paid if at the t nd of the fifth year, two
tenths improved a fuithcr discount of fif
teen per cent, is made. This, I believe, the
most libera! proposition ever made by at:v
railroad company. There is also large bod
ies of private' lands, that these gentlemen
have for sale ; they also locate vrartants.pay
taxes, etc., and if cue desires any informa
iotis concerning any portion of Kansas, at
letter to them will receive prompt attention,
as they take pleasure in making Kansas
known to all parties interested.
Marion Ci litre, the county scat, is ten miles
Northwest cf Florence, and is a thriving,
Peabody is on tho raihoad, eleven miles
Southwest of Florence, and has made rapid
st i ides since started. There arc several
other trading points in the county, but as
j they have just Lccn s!aitcd, rot much can
be sail concerning them.
My letter has grown to so great a length,
that I must close, or I may compel you to
issue a supplement, or have the letter con
signed to the wasle basket. Truly yours,
Good news for the million ! Plenty of
wet weather, for the sign is in the fish, or
at least you would think so if you were to
see the stock at Mossop's, and the very low
price at which ho sells them.
Cheap lubricating Castor Oil, Lightning
Fly-killer (paper), Sponges of all varieties
and sizes, Flavoring extracts of a superior
quality, for sale at Hartswick &. Irwin's
Drug Store, Second street. f July I9-3tn.
Dr, F. Pi.atto, formerly of Syracuse,
N. Y., desires us to inform the people of
Clearfield and vicinity that he has perma
nently located among them, for the purpose
of practising his profession. Tho Doctor
will be in readiness to attend to all profes
sional calls, either night or day. His office
is on Heed street, south side, between the
Railroad and Second street, where he may
be found night and day, when not engaged
elsewhere. March 8, 1871. tf
Debility and Emaciation both result
from the lack of ability to convert the food
into nutriment. How necessary, then, tor
those suffering from these alarming symp
toms to immediately resort to a remedy that
will strengthen the stomach and digestive
organs. For, as soon as this desirable ob
ject has been accomplished the health im
proves, and the patient resumes his usual
personal appearance. Hostctter's Stomach
Bitters have attained a world-wide popular
ity in such cases, aud have been proven the
best and safest means of removing consti
pation, toning the stomach, giving energy
to the liver, and relieving every symptom of
nervousness and depression of spirits. Its
cheering and beneficial effects are highly
spoken of by thousands, who own to it their
restoration to health. No restorative iu the
annals of medicine has attained the same
popularity in the short space of time it has
been before the public, or has won the high
endorsements accorded to this excellent ton
ic. Many other preparations, purporting
to be correctives and restoratives, have been
introduced, and have perished one by one,
while t lie popularity of Uostelter's Stomach
Bitters continues to increase, and is now
recognized as a standard household medi
cine. The success which attends the use of
the Bitters evin.-es at once its virtues in all"
cases of debility and disease of the stomach.
Certificates almost without number, have
been published, attesting its truly miracu
lous power in removing those painful and
fearful diseases. And at this time it seems
i-ilo to do more than call attention to the
great emcdy of the age, in order to awaken
public attention to its excellence. It is the
only preparation of the kind that is reliable
in all cases, and it is therefore worthy of
the consideration of the afflicted.
riTTsiiuaGH Female College. The
' es!yUriiu Ji-innrr says : As the time is
at hand when parents are beginning to in
quire fir suitable schools for their daughters
for the coining j ear, we can scarcely render
them a better service lhau by calling tluir
attention to the advertisement of the Pitts
burgh Female College. An experience of
sixteen years has given tbe officers of that
institution the practical knowledge so essen
tial to full success, ami of much value to
the pupils, and placed the College in the
very front rank of American educaticnal
Institutions. Tha buildings, recently en
larged, and refitted in handsome style, are
among the finest for tho purpose in the
country. . The location is quiet and retired,
and yet within a few minutes' walk of the
tcrtiii ii of all. '.he railroads, the principal
churches, the new City Hall and the build
ings of the Mercantile Library Association,
the Allegheny Parks, and other places of
interest. The course of study is ample and
well relectcd. The Faculty one of the lar
gest to be found in any school in the United
States numbers upwards of twenty teach
ers, selected with special reference to their
experience and qualifications for their work.
The methods of teachir? are thorough, and
intended to develop the mental and moral
powers of the pupil. The charges are claim
ed to be less than any school affording equal
accommodations and advantages. The total
charges for boarding, light, furnished and
carpet ted room, fuel, church sitting, ten
pieces washing each week, tuitiou in the full
English course and Latin, are less than three
hundred dollars a year. B.'tter than all
else is the moral tone pervading the school.
The Master U honored, and a constant ef
fort is made to culture the heart as well as
the brain. We can and do mot cordially
commend the College to all who have daugh
ters to educate.
The fall term commences Sept. 5. Send
to Rev. I. C. Pershing, D. D., Pittsburgh,
Pa., for a catalogue.
TERMS Or THE JOUK.MAI..
Th Ratts-jas's .Tocp.xal is published on Wed
nssdaj at $2,00 per annum in advance. If act
paid at tbe beginning of the jear, $2,50 will be
charged, and $3. 00 if not paid before the close.
Fifty issues count a year.
Adtektiseuksts wiil be inserted at $1,50 per
square, for three or less Insertions Ten lines
(or less) counting a square. For ever additional
insertion 0 cents will be charged A deduction
will be made to yearly advertisers
No tabscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un
tillall arrearages aro paid, except at the option o!
the publisher. S. J. ItOW.
Constitution of Pennsylvania.
Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the
Constitution of TenEsylvnia.
lis it Ersalved ly tht Senate aiid House of Rep
resentatives nf t Com moitxrecuih of Vennxtflvn
nia in General Assemlli) vie, That the following
amendment of the Constitution of (Lis Common
wealth be prepesed to tho people for their adop
tion or reject ion, pursuor.t lo ti e provisions of the
tenth artie'e thereof, to wit :
Strike out the Sixth Section of the Sixth Arti
cle of the Constitution, and insert in lieu thereof
the following :
' A State Treasurer shall be chosen by the qual
ified electors of the State, at such times aud for
such leim of service as shall be prescribed by law "
JAMES 11. WEED,
Speaker of the ileusc of Represocta:ire3.
MM. A. WALLACE,
Speaker of the Senate
Approved the fifteenth day of Jane, Anno Dom
ini on; thousand e'fht hundrel and seventj-one.
Prepared and certified for publication pursu
ant to tbe Tenth Article of the Constitution.
i.-..i.caij or tbe comaienweaitn.
Office Secretary of the Commonwealth,
llarrisburg July 5, lS71-Jy 19.
The undersigned would inform farmers and
others in want of Improved Agricultural Imple
ments, that he is tbe Agent for the best machine
ry in the country. He has
WALTER A WOODS' MOWER,
which took tha Firrt Prize at the Paris Exposi
tion, in lSf7, when Sixteen of the best Mowing
Machines in Europe and America were on trial.
I will warrant this machine to give satisfaction,
and give time tor trial, when. if it does not work
as recommended, will take it back.
Stoners and Hagerstown
II A Y RAKES,
two of tbe best in the market have never been
equalled by any other rakes.
Two styles of
IV ELLIS' AXD SPROUTS, the best forks
Ellis & Hoffman! one-horse
which will thresh from one hundred to two hun
dred bushels cf rain in a day. Tbey do more
work than most ol the two horse machines now
in the market.
BUCKEYE GRAIX DRILL,
STO.XER h'A NNING MILL, Lest tu market,
FEED CUTTERS, of altlvuts,
IUCKQCK CIDER MILLS,
DOG POWERS fat. Churns,
and all other kinds of Ag' cultural Implements.
Call at Drown (f Dro's Meat Market, SeconJ St.,
Clearfield , Pa , where all desired inlormation can
Jy 12. 1871. M. G. DROWX, Ager t.
II A L L'S
Every year increases the popularity of this val
uable Iluir Preparation; which is due to merit
nlone. We can aayure our old patrons that it is
kept fully np to its biitb standard ; and it is tho
only reliable and perfected preparation for re
storing (iltAY OK FADED UAItt to its youthful
color, making it soft, lustrous and silken. Tbe
scalp, by its use. becomes white and clean. It
removes all eruptions and dandruff, and. by its
tonic properties, prevents the hair from falling
out,"as it stimulates and nourishes tho hair
glands. Ey it3 use, the hair grows thicker and
stronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and will create a
new growth, except in extreme old age. It is
the most economical Hair Dressing ever used, as
it requires fewer applications, and gives the hair
a splendid glos.'y appearance A. A. Hayes. M.
D., State Assayer of Massachusetts, says. "The
constituents are pure, and earetuliy selected for
excellent quality ; and I consider it the Eest
PnEFARATiost lor its intended purposes.''
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in MrJteities.
Price One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS. ...
As ocr Renewer in many cares requires too long
a time, and tco much care, to restore gray or fa
ded whUkers, we have prepared this dye, in out
preparation; which will quic'.ly and effectually
accomplish this result, it is easily cpplied, and
produces a color which will neither rnb nor wash
off. Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
MA.SC7 ACTUS ED BT
R. P. II ALL &' CO.,
Jy 12, Xashua.N. II. '71-ly.
TfORSALE. A Doublo Turbine Water
-- Wheel, manufactured by James Laffeil
t C.. at Springfield, Ohio, is new and will be
sold at leu th.iu cost. For further particulars in
quire of the nnderoigcej at Clearfield.
March 1,'71-tf. A. S. GOODRICH.
TXSUItK YOUR .PROPERTY. The
-- undertone J are prepared to take any
reasonable Ere risks, in good md reliable com
panies, sacb as the '-Farmers Mutual," 'of York.
Pa , "Andes,"' of Cincinnati. Ohio, ' Ucrinania,"
of Xew York, and others. Kates reasonable, and
in case of loss money paid up promptly
April 12, 71 IKVIN jt'KBEDS.
WOOL WANTED. 10.000 pounds -of
Wool wanted, for which the hisrhrst
market price will be paid. Wool carding will be
done throughout the season at moderate prices.
We a'so have on band a large stock of woolen
goois. enuugh te supply all our old customers,
and as many new ones as will give ns a eall
JAMES JOHNSTON SON,
April 2J,'7I fimp. Fella' Kon. Penn tp.
NEW F I RM!
The firm of C. Kratter in the Dry Goods and
Provision business will be known hereafter under
the name of
KRATZEK & LYTLE.
Thanking the public for past favors they hope
for a continuance of tbe same.
Clearfield, Feb. 8, 1&71.
J li L A K E W A L T E R S ,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
AXD DEALER II
Saw Logs and Lumber,
Real erttite bought and sold, titles examined,
taxes paid, conveyances prepared.
Office in Masonie building, on Second Street
Room No. 1. Jan 55, '71.
Co-Partnership in Store.
C. A. llerobaujh baring associated with him
in tho Mercantile business, in Lewisville, Clear
field county, Mr. C. It. McCracken, silicits a con
tinuance of the patronage so generously extended
Daringjust returned from tha eastern cities
their stocK etnbi aces a large and varied assort
ment of Dry Goeds, Groceries, Hardware, Queens
war:, and in fact nearly everything ua
ally kept in a country store, which they will tell
at prices to suit tha times.
Country produce taken in euhanga for good
May 13, -7a. tr. C R. McCKACKEN
AT E W W A S II I N O T
A C A D E M Y !
G. W. 1NSES, A. M., Principal.
The first pension of this institution wi'I com
mence on Monday, the ljth day cf May next,
term 5 months.
Pupils can enter at any time, and will be charg
ed tuition from the time they enter until the
close of the session.
Tbe course of instruction will embrace all
branches included in a thorough prastical eJa
cation for both sexes.
Vocal music taught when de.-ired
Good bonrdins c;in be had at public or private
houses at Til KEE DOLLARS PER WEEK.
Parents can be assured that the ability and en
crgies of tbe Principal will )e devoted to the
meutul and moral traiuing cf those placed under
Terms cf tuition will be moderate, and can be
ascertained by addressing Dr. J. Ines. at New
Washington, or the Principal, G. W. Isxes, at
Apollo, Armstrong eounty. Pa., but who will bo
Bt New Washington alter April 1st. Mar. 22. '71.
Gooa aud cheat::
Men, Youths and Boys can be ruplpied with ful
ui Is of seasonable and fashionable clothing a
I. L. BEIZEXSTEIN'S,
where it is sold at prices that will induce their
purchase. The universal sat isfactiun which has
been given, has induced hiui to increase his
I'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment f the kind in this part of tbe State.
I. L. REIZENSTEIN,
Fells t;eeds at a very small preDt. fer cash ;
His goods are well made and fashienabla.
lie gives every one the worth ef his money,
lie treats his customers all alike.
He sells cheapor than every body else.
His store is conveniently sitaated.
He having purchased his stock 1 1 reduced
prices he can sell cheeper tl an ethers.
Per these and other reasons persons should buy
I. li. REIZENSTEIN'S.
Produce ef every kind taken at the highest
market prices. May IS, 1861.
The undersigned has jus! received from the
East, and is now offering to the public, a well re
lected stock of Family Groceries, such as
CHEESE, MOLASSES, SUGARS,
PR USES, RAISIXS.
CAXXED VEGETABLES S, FRUIT,
JVUTS and CAXDIES.
and all kinds of green fruits and vegetables in
In short, nearly every article wanted for family
All goods warranted to bj of superior quality.
PRICES LOW, FOR CASH.
Rooms one daor west of the Mansion noose, and
lately occupied by Messrs. Hartswick A Irwin
as a Drug Store.
All are invited to eall and examine my stock and
judga for themselves of quality and prices.
JOSEm S. SHOWERS.
Juno T, 1871-tf
Y O U T II S
A N D BO Y S
The undersigned having recently adJed
to bis former business, would respectfully
solicit an examination of his stock. Being
a practical Tailor he flatters himself
that ha is able to offer a better
elat of ready-made work
than has heretofore been
brought to this mar
ket. Anyone wishing to buy goedi iu this line
would save money by calling at his store,
and making their selections. Also,
a ful! supply of Gents'furniahing
goods always on hand.
Feeling thankful fur past favors. he would re
spectfully solicit a continuance of tha
April 23, 1SB9. II. BRIDGE.
N Job Office.
On JTan cX
AND CHECK FOLIO PAPERS
AND STATEMENT PAPERS.
CRYSTAL, ENAMELED, AND
BRISTOL B'JAKD, CHINA
OF VARIOUS SHADES AND COLORS
AN ASSORTMENT OF
FOR DRUGGIST'S LABELS,
PRINTED TO ORDER,
on short notice, ,v,,
AND AT CITY TRICES.
tffS AND sfo
Hats and Cajs.
THE PLACE TO GET
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Fullerton's New Store,
ONK DOOR NORTH OF
The New Masonic Building,
The larjesf stock of goods ia this lineever
brought into the eounty, is now open for the
inspection of the public, and will be sold
Very Lowest Cash Prices.
Also, a splendiii assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
A large stock of
CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS,
which will be disposed of at astonishing'
A share of patronaje is respectfully solicited.
DOJi'T FAIL TO CALL.
D. R. FULLERTOJf,
Secoud St, Beow SUkkit, CLKiariKLD, Vx.
April 5, 1871. -
BRANDIES -ami HOLLAND GINS,
PURE OLD GRAPE BRANDIES
PUREOLD CABINET WHISKEYS.
OLD GRAPE WINES.
All tha above brands warranted pure and to
excel anything in this market for medicinal pur
poses J EO. N. OOLUl'RN,
-J-f!!,L'n'!l!tif-l Prop r of Shaw House.
Land and Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, PICKETS,
II. II. SHILLING FORD, President,
OJie Forest PUr. 125 S. 4lh St , Tk Pa.
- JXO. LAWSIIE, Gen'l Sup't,
Osceola MiU Clearfield County , Pa.
Moslianncii Land and LiuhIht Co.,
Offer Inducements to
M A M M O T IT
Moslmnncn Land 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 Supt.
Who sells the cheapest goods in the
Who sells best calicoes at 121 cts a yard
M O S S O P!
Who sells best unbleached muslin at 17 cents7
Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at ?5 00?
Who sells Hall's best Coarse Boots at tl 58?
Who sells Hall's bcstKip Boots at J 4,50?
Who sells Hats lower than anybody else?
Who sells Sugar the cheapest ?
Who sells Syrup the cheapest?
Who sells Flour the cheapest ?
Who sella Chop and Feed the cheapest ?
M O S S O P !
Who sells Hardware the cheapest ?
Who sells Queensware the cheapest ?
Who sells Tinware the cheapest ?
Who sells Clothing the cheapest ?
Who sells Tlaster the cheapest ?
Who sells Salt the cheapest ?
Who first brought goods down to the
lowest cash prices ?
Everybody should buy their goods at