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nth rtffmrtit' Journal' (Sfearftefb. Ha., 16, 1870. efintitrtj 1 I 1? 1 1 v i '.ti - 0 . i 'A git tit itmtx. 01 Farming Pay? " 1 Wfcea I argo the superior advantages of rnral life, lam often met by the objection ' tint Farming don't pay. That, if true, is a serious matter. Let us eoaaider: " " I do not undersUnd it to be urged that the famer who owns a large, fertile estate, well fenced, wen-stocked, cannot live and thrlfw farming. What is meant is, that he who has little bnt two brown bands to depend opoo cannot make money, or can make Terr little by farming. I think those who urge the point have a very inadequate conception of their dW- : fiouky encountered by a very poor young man in seeanog a good start in life no matter in what pmnait. I came to New York when not qaite of age, with a good constitution, a fair education, good health, good habits and a pretty fair trade (that of a printer.) I think my outfit for a campaign against advene fortune was decidedly better than the average ; yet ten long years elspsed be fore it was settled that I could remain here and make any decided headway. Meantime, I drank no liquors, used no to bacco, attended no balls or other expen sive entertainments, worked hard and long, whenever I could find work to do, lost less than a month altogether by sickness, and did very little in the way of helping others. '. I judge that quite as many did worse than I as did better ; and that of the young law yers and doctors who try to establish them selves in their professions, quite as many earn no more than their bare board during the first tea years of their struggle. John Jacob Astor, near the close of a long dilligeot, properous career, wherein he amassed a large fortune, is said to have re marked that, if he were to begin life again, and had to choose between making his first thousand dollars with nothing to start on, or with that thousand making all he had actuary accumulated, ho would deem the latter the easier task. Depend on it young men, it is and must be hard work to earn your first thousand dollars. The burg lar the forger the blackleg, (whether he play with cards, with dice, or with stocks), may seem to have a quick way of making a thousand dollars ; but whoever makes that sum honestly, with nothing but his own ca pacities and energies as capital, does a very good five-years' work, and may deem him self fortunate if he finishes it so soon. I have known men do better, even at far ming. I recollect one who, with no capital but a good wife and tour or five hundred dollars, bought (near Boston) a farm of two hundred mainly rough acres for $2,500, and paid for it out of its products within the next five years, during which he had nearly doubled its value, I lost sight of him . then ; but I have no doubt that, if he lived fifteen years longer and had no very bad luck, he was worth, as the net result of twenty years, effort at least $100,000. But he would rise at 4 o'clock of a winter morn ing, harness his span of horses and hitch them to his large market. wagon, ( loaded over night), drive ten miles into Boston, unload and load back again, be home at pretty fair breakfast time, and hastily swal lowing his meal, be fresh as a daisy for his day's work, in which ho would lead his hired men, keeping them clear of the least . danger of going asleep, oucn men arc rare, but they still exist, proving scarcely anything impossible to an indomitable will. I would not advise any to'work so unmer cifully ; I seek only to enforce the truth that great achievements are within the reach of whoever will pay their price. An energetic farmer bought some twenty : five years ago, a large grazing farm in Northern Vermont, consisting of some 150 acres, and costing him about $3,000. He had a small stock of cattle, which was all his land would carry; but he resolved to increase that stock by at least ten per cent, , per annum, and to so improve his land by cultivation, fertilizing, clover, &a, thitjit would amply carry that increase. Fifteen years latter, he sold out farm and stock for $45,000 and migrated to the West. I did not understand that he was a especially hard worker, but only a good manager, who kept his eyes wide open, let nothing go to waste, and steadily devoted his energies and anil to the improvement of his stock and bis farm. Walking one day over the farm of the late Prof- Mopes, he showed me a field of rather less than ten acres, and said : L " I bought that field for $2,400 a year ago last September. There was then a light crop of corn on it, which the seller reserved and took away. I under-drained the field that Fill, plowed and sub soiled it, fertilised it liberally and planted it with " cabbage ; and when these matured, I told , them for enough to pay for the land, labor, and fertilizing altogether. The field was now worth far more than when he bought it within fifteen months from the date of it purchase. I consider that a good operation. Another year, the crop might have been poor, or might have old much lower, so as hardly to pay for the . labor ; but there are risks in other pursaita as well as in farming. A frnitrfarmer,' on the Hudson above 1 ewtmrg bcCwdtt, three years aroee. field of ten acre?, which he bad nicely set with Grapes, in rows ten feet apart, with beds of Strawberries between the rows, from which he assured me that his sales exceed ed $700 per annum. I presume bis out lay for labor, including picking, was less than $300 per annum ; but it cost some thing to msko this field what it then was. Say that he had speot $1,000 per acre in nnderdraining, enriching and tilling this field, to bring it to this condition, inclu ding the cost of his plants, and still there must have been a clear profit here of at least $300 per acre. I might multiply illustrations ; but let the foregoing suffice. I readily admit that shiftless farming don't pay that poor crops don't pay that it is hard work to make money by farming without some capital that frost, or hail, or drouth, or 'insects, may blast the farmer's hopes, after he has done bis best to deserve and achieve success ; but I insist that, as a general proposition, GOOD Farming DOES Pay that few per- suits afford a good a prospect, as fuU au assurance of reward for intelligent, energet ic, persistent effort as this does. Horace Greeley. LOOK AT THIS ! BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Bibles sad Miscellaneous Books; 8hset lluit for Piano, Flat sad Violin; Blank Amount and Flit Book, of Tory de oriplion; Paper and Envelopes. French pressed and plain; Pensand Pencils; Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption aad Promisor Motes; Blank Legal Paper; While and Parchment Brief; Legal cap; Record cap aad Bill cap, etc., Will ha sold at Wholesale or Retail by P. A. OAULIN, At the Post emee. en Market Street, Clearfield, Pa. May 3, IS08 NEAV STORE. Corner of Seeond St. and Hill Road. ' R. MITCHELL Has just received aad opened, at the above aa d place, an entire new stock ef Spring and Summer Goods, which ha will sell Tory ebesp for cash. His stdck eoasiiU of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc. He also keeps choice Floor, Cora Meal, Chop feed, Bacon, Fish and dried FraiU. Persons dcsiroas of purchasing goods at fair rates are reipectlully requested to ' give him a call. ApproTed country prodace will he taken, at the highest prices, ia exchange lor goods. Clearfield, June 17, 18(8. 0, YES! 0, YE SI! A GOOD FARM FOR SALE Persons desirous of purchssing a farm, are di rected to examine that valuable property in Law rence township, and situate at the month of Dear field creek two miles East of tbe Berongh of Clearfield, and convenient to schools and churches. Tbe property contains ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES, part of which is im- proved and under a high stale of cultivation rovea ana ut is wiole bell Aer mineral! the wiole being well fenoed. Coal, iron ore, aad other minerals are found on the same. The buildings consist nf agood TWO-STORY D WELLING HOUSE, 2S.by 48 feet a GOOD BARN, mi other eonvenicnt outbuildings Aad there ia growing on tbe premises a yeuag bearing orchard of eboiee frnit treoe. This property is very pleasantly aitaated, and being at the eonluenee of the creek and tbe river, it ia a very desirable and inviting residence for a private family. Its position on the creek and river also reader it a good situation fer a beard ing house daring the rafting season. Tbe west and north sides of this property being bounded by the creek and river, makes it one of the bett rafting grownas In this Marlon, and as such yielaa a hsndsome revenue yearly. The owner. Mr. M. A. Frank, having norma nently settled in the west, is the reason for dis posing of this valuable propertv. For terms, ess., PP'y to s. J. ROW. October 1, 1869. Clearfield, Pa. CLEARFIELD ACADEMY. Tbe Third Session of the present Scholastic year of this Institution, will commence on Mon day, the 7th day of February, 1370. Pupils can enter at any time. They will be charged with tuition from the time they enter to the close of the session The ooarse of instruction embraces everything included in a thorough, practical and aeoom. plisbed education of both sexes. The Principal having bad the advantage of much experience in his profession, assures pa rents and guardians that his entire ability and energies will be devoted to the mental and moral training of the youth placed under his charge. Tbbms or Tditios: Orthography, Reading. Writing aad Primary Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.! S5 60 Gram war, Geography, Arithmetic, and Hist o 'y- ss.oe AlgebrGeometry, Trigonometry, Meneuratiea Surveying. Philosophy, Physiology, Chemistry Book-keeping, Botany, aad PsyeieaJ Genera pay. S9,00 Latin. Greek and Freusb.witfc aay ef the a bove braooheS: 911.00 Masio. Piano, (30 lessons.) s)4B ttFNo, deduction will be mads forabaeaee. For further particulars inquire of i , .. ... Rav. P. L. HARBISON, a- at. JalyM.im. Principal. HARNESS. Trimmings, and Shoe-Endings for "' MERRELL A BIGLER'S SPRING GOOps.Jnstep.niog a .p lend id rt.k of new goods at C. KRATZER A SONS. SLEIGHS. FOrB PLFIGH8 fcr eale bv B. A. tRWTS A CO , Curwwawvilla. a-AXfSTIM CAir-SXTV BOOTS, at 5 CO MUST BE SOLD! CLOSING OUT AT COST AT THE KEYSTONE STORE! The undersigned, intending to retire from the mercantile business is now olosing oat bison tire stock of goodst and below cost, comprising SILKS, MERINOS, POPLINS, ALPACAS, EMPRESS CLOTH, , " WOOL DELAINES, . - MEN'S AND BOTS' CASSI MERES, CLOTHS, SATTlNETTo. KE5TUCKY JEANS DE5IH3, LADIES' CLOAKING, COATS, SHAWLS, Ac. A fall line of Domestic Goods, DELAINES, SHEETINGS, GINGHAMS, FLANNELS, COTTON FLANNELS, &c, &c, ic. LADIES A CIIILDREN'S;SHOES, GUM & ARCTIC OVERSHOES, HATS AND CAPS, r Table and Floor Oil Cloths, Carpets all widths, Window Shades and Wall Paper, ASS A great variety ofJHosiery , Notions and Trim mings of every description, Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Velvets, Ribbons, Balmoral and Hoop Skirts, Linen aad Wool Table Covers, Napkins, Towels, Counterpanes, a large assortment of Ladies' en J Children's Wool Hoods, Nubias, Shawls, Ac. Persons ia waat of anything ia the above line of Goods are invited to give me a call, and obtain goods at wholesale prioes. D. G. SIVLINQ. Grain and country produce taken In axohange forGeods. Nov. 10, 1M9. pURE BUCK LEAD, equal in quality to -1- English white lead; Oils, Taints and Varnishes of all kinds; Hold leaf in books, and bronsee. for sale by A. I. SHAW Clearfield, October 23. 1867. P. T. I. DR. BOYER'S PURE WEST BRANCH BITTERS. A Pure, Pleasant, Safe and Reliable Teaio, com pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos itively pore spirits, free from fusil oil, or other irritating properties, and will not disagree or offend the most -delicate stomach. Warrant ed to contain more med icinal virtue than any bitters at present offered to the public. . IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL. To increase the Appetite, To promote Digestion, To cure Dispepsia, To cure Fever and Ague, To cure Billiousness, To cure Constipation, To cure Chronic Diarrhea, To cure Flatulence, To cure Acid Eructations, To cure Nervous Debility, To cure Hypochondria, Tc cure sallowncss of the Complexion, To cure Pimples and Blotches, To cure General Debility and Prostration of the Physical Powers, IT HAS NO EQUAL TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED. SOLD EVERYWHERE, AT SI PER BOTTLE. A UitrrnX durtunt ( Us rrcWe. ASCfACTtraKO XXCLCJIVaLT T BOYER & SHAW, CLEARFIELD, PA., Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs Oils,- Paints. Varnishes. Ac, Patent Medicines, Pare Wines and Liqnors for medical parpoLos, Fancy and Toilet Articles, and all goods usually Jtopt in a Drag Store, sold -.-etJylO.40.) --cleey Nn-.;s FOR SALE, White Lead, Zinc Paint, Linseed Oil. Turpentine, Taraishea of all kinds, Colors, ia oil aad dry, Paint aad Varnish brushes. HARTSWICE A IRWIN, Clearfield.Pa-M ,' QN MY OWN HOOK. Bavins? nnrchaied the entire crock at tbe old stand ot Kirk ft Spencer, in Lumber City, I intend carrying on tbe business as hereto fore. MT MOTTO IS TO SELL CUEAP FOR CA6H. Thanking onr friends and customers fr past patronage I solicit a continuance ul m same. Sept. 15th, 1869, ISAAC KIRK. n. a. ruLLiaTOH. w. a. at'racBsoa. NEW FIRM! FULLERTON & MoPlIERSON, Keep constantly on band Fresh Meats, such as BEEF, VEAL. MUTTON, Etc., FRESH FISH, All kindtj of Vegetables, in season, canned fruits, BUTTER, LARD, Etc., Which they will sell at the lowest market prioes. Cash paid for Cattle, Butter, etc. ROOM ON MARKET ST., Clearfield. Pa -Ms y I I,'B9. B0YNT0N & YOUNG, Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets, CLEARFIELD, PA., h Alter ACTuaaas or STEAM ENGINES, Mulay and Circular Saw Mills, HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS, SHAFTING. PCLLE1S, BOLTS. and all kinds of Mill work. STANLEY PARLOR STOVES, COOK STOVES, Heating Stoves, Sled Shoes, Plows, and castings ef all kinds. DEALERS IN Oifiards' Injector, Steam Gaugoe, Steam Whistles. Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cups, Gauge rocks, Air Cocks. Olobe Valves, Check Valves, Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pomps, Boiler Feed-Pumps, Anti-friction Metals, Sosp Stone Packing, Gam Packing, Ac. Ac, December , 1868-tf. t. . QBABAM. . W. 0BABABT. A. A. eBABAH. NEW FIRM! JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS la all kinds of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware, Wood and Willowware, Floar, Bacon, Fi.h.Salt etc.. Market St., CLEARFIELD, PA. FOR THE LADIES They have Bonnets. Silks. Cobargs. Alpacas, Merinos. Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ging hams, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Sun shades, Handkerchiefs Kid and other G loves. H esiery .Balmo rals, Hoop-skirts, and a general variety of rib bons, trimmings, Buttons, Braids, eto., at the lowest prices. FOR GENTLEMEN They have Black and Blue Cloths. Black and Fa no j Cassimeres,Sattinetts, Tweeds, Mel tons, Wster-proof Cloth. Silk. Satin and common Vestings, ete., in great variety, and at prices that; will give general -satisfaction to buyers. ALSO, A general assortment of Ready-made Cloth ing, Hats and Capi, Boots and Shoes, Hardware and Queensware, a good Brook, Wood and Willowware, -aad a full stock of Groceries. IN FACT, GRAHAM A SONS sell all artioles that are usually kept ia a well-regulated oountry store, and henoe tbe people generally will find it to tbeir advantage to be) goods of tbem. Grain and oountry prodaie tax en exchange for Gor is. PITTSBURG ADVERTISEMENTS QOy HINKLEY f) M. aV. A A A V V A Q ev-w The w,nt nrfet machine vet invented. Will widen and narrow, tarn a heel, or point tbe toe It will knit plain or ribbed. II will knit stoea ings, drawers, shirts hoods, eoatforters. miUens, Ac. It ia cheap, simple and durable. It sets up its own work, uses buUoae needle, and requires no adjusting whatever. It will do the same work that tbe LmD macnine win m, than half as much, and bas not tbe tenth part of tbe machinery to get out of order, Citoulars and samples mailed free en application. Agents wanted All machines guaranteed. SHAW A MORTON. Gen I Agents, Nov.2 3m 1 No. 20 Siath St.. Pittsburgh. Pa JAS T. BRADY & CO., (SxreMser S. Jotu 6 Co..) CORNER FOliRTU AND WOOD S1REETS, PITTSB URGH, PA ., BANKERS, arr id sell all kisds or GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, Gold, Silver and Coupons. Six per cent, interest allowed on deposits sab ject to check. Money loaned on Government Bonds. Bonds registered free of charge. May 19. 9-ly. ' JAMES T. BRADT o CO. rpHE SAFE PEPOSIT COMPANY, A OF PITTSBURGH. Incorporated by the Lrgitlaturtof Pennsylvania, January, Z4. IMtv.. Jor (AS Safe keeping of Bonds and other Seeurities.Gold and Silver, Silver Plate. Books. Records. Dia monds, and valuables of all descriptions, under guarantee, and for the Renting of Sales, in its Burglar Proof Vavlta. Building and OOoe, No. 03 teurtn Avenue, fituourgn, rs QOABABTEB BATES. For a year or less period. Gov't and all other coupon secu rities, including bank bills, $1 00 per 1,000 Gold eoin or bullion, I 7 par l.toe Silver eoin or bullion. " 3 00 per 1,000 Silver or Gold plate, nnder seal.on owner's estimate of full value, and rate subject to adjustment for bulk, on a basis of 1 00 per 1000 Deeds, Mortgages, Valuable Papers generally. wnen ot no nzea value, i a year eacn,or ae cordinc to bnlk. Wills. 55. which premium cov ers tbe remainder of the life of the maker. Cash Boxes. or small tin boxes, for Doners of Bankers, Capitalists Merchants. Lawyers. Tradesmen. Fem iles, Ac, will be received at S 25 each box or trunk per year, or they will be insured for the full a mount, the contents belnc known, at above rates No charge less than one dollar. Tbe company is also DKBircd to rent n e.1 iron aafes. (each fur nirbed with a tin box) in ide its burgr proof vault, the renter exclusively nolufg lie aey thereof, at the following rates. vie; Sli, S23.S30, SAO. ST5. and SI00 ner annul- Also, to Store Books, Account Records, Valuable Title Papers. o IA . tit re a an nnhlti r fata Officers President. William Philips; Vioe President. Henry Lloyd; Directors. Wm. rbilips HenrvLlovd. Wni. Rea. Wm. M Lyon. James I Bennett. Bvroo H. Painter, Joseph H. Morrison George BUck. Curtis O. Horsey ; Secretary and Xreasurer. r. von ronnnori M-du D K- B. C L A R K'S CELEBBATBB FEMALE PILLS, rea sale st Boyer A Shaw and Harts wick A Irwin, Clearfield, Pa. Aug 4.'a9-lyl P.etail Price, tl &0 per package. EtHVRVoR Gsneral's Office, I Harrisburg. Pa., Oct. 22, ls69. J To th Owiurt of Unpatented Land : In obedience to an Act of Assembly, approved tbe eighth day of April, ona tbousana eight nun dred and sixty-nine, you are hereby notified'tbai the -County Land Lien Docket." containing tbe list of unpatented lands for Clearfield county. pie- pered under the Act of Assembly of tbe Ittth of May oi. e thousand eight hundred and sixiy-iour, and the supplement thereto, has this day been forwarded to the Prothonotary ef tbe county, at whose omce it may be examined. Aha liens jean only be liquadated by tbe payment of tbe pur chase money, interest and fees, and i I receiving pat ents through this Iepartment. JACOB M. CAMPBELL. Surveyor Ueneral. Oct. 27,'9-4m rrilE WONDERFUL LINIMENT. This Liniment having been used, for some years past. as a raml'y medtoine by tbe 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 Uillions (Jholio. over offered to th public: and will core many other diseases in tb human body. It is also a sure core for Pole evil and Wind-gAlls in horses Directions for. its nse accompany each bottle. Price. 91 per bottle, or six bottles for 3. bent to an; address by enclos ing tbe price to WM. M WAWtliK Herd Postofiiee, Oct. 6. 1889. Clearfield ooui.ty, Pa, G IGARS AND TOBACCO, ADOLPII SCIIOLPP, masrfactcber ako wholesale ado r st ail Dealer i Cisabs abb Tobaccos, CLEARFIELD. PA., Would respectfully announce that he has remov ed to the large and commodious store-room . op. posite tbe Court Honse, Second Street, where be has opened a general assortment of Tnbaoee, Cigars. etc.. which be is prepared to sell, wholesale or retail, at reasonable prices. Jlis ciears are made of tbe very best material and in style of manufacture will compare with those of any other establishment. He has always on hand a superior article of enewmg and sinoxmg tobaccos, to w bleb be di recta tbe attention of "lovers of the weed." Merchants and Dealers, throughout the county supplied at tbe lowest wholesale prices. Call and examine his stock when you come to nearneid. June 10. 1868 LIFE INSURANCE COMPARISON. Advantage of the MUTUAL Plan ootr th Return Premium Plan of STOCK CO MPANIES: RATE?. Return Pr'm Mutual Dif'renre Yearly Asre. Plan Plan on $1,000 on $10,000 40 S4l S $32 00 S ni SB6 50 45 5i 20 37 30 10 00 19 B0 50 75 50 47 00 2S 50 285 00 55 109 35 59 40 49 95 499 50 On tbe sees named the rates of the Stock Com any are from 2 to utual rates. RESCLTS. Policy for S5.000 at I Policy in the Mutual age of 32, on the return Company. same age. half premium plan ot Muck , casb. half note, for I0. Companies, annual pre- OOO.will east in 10 years, in cash, including in mium.all cash. S139 50. aud no Dividend to be made. In ease of death at end of 10 years, tbe Stock Company will pay the Am't of Policy 95.000 Return Premium 1.395 crest on notes, a 1, 90s But the Mutual Compa ny will pay the Am't of Pol icy 1 0,000 Lett Pr'm notes 500 -- SS.395 in Cash. Cash O9.S0O and 4 dividends. Showing that for SI 10 esars Catk Premium, the gain on tbe Mutual plan to tbe insured mens bar's family is Fifty Per Cent Should death occur at the end ot i years, tbe comparison would Cash p'd Stock Co ,S97 50-p'd te fsmtlyS5.9T 50 " " Mutual ' S735 00- M " S9.5O0 00 and dividend. At the aee of 40, tbe Mutual plan tor St, 91 40 Casb Premium will yield 9.3ft0 ; while tbe Stock plau for S2 032 50. Cash Premium, yields S7.032. 50. Pbowitig? a caia on the mutual plan of SI,- 327 50, and dividend. INSURE T0CR LIFE IN THE PENN MUTUAL, r OF PHILADELPHIA. H. B. SWOOPE, Agent, Jy.li.'OO-ef. . CltsrJe 4, Pa. REM 0 V A L. HARTS WICK. & IRWIN, DRUGGISTS, Market St., Clearfield, Pa. We bee leave to inform oar old and new c aste rn e.-s. that we have removed our establishment to tbe new building just erected on Market street, nearly adjoining the Mansion Honse on the west, and onnosite Graham A Sons store, where we re spectfully invite tbe pubUoto eoae aad bay their DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI CINES, OILS. PAINTS tr VARNISHES. Our stock of Drugs aad Medicines consist ef every thing used, selected with tbe greatest eare, ana WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE! We also keen atnll stock ef Dyes. Perfumeries Toilet artielM.Soarja. Tooth brashes. Hair Brush es. Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind of Brushes. We have a la' ge lot of White Lead, Turpentine, Flaxseed Oil. Paints, and in fact everything used in the painting business, which we offer at City prioes to easa uayera. TOBACCO AND S EG ASS, Confectionery. Spices, and the largest stock of va rieties ever offered ta tnis place, ana warrantee to be of the best the market affords. J. H. HAKTSWICK., Dee. 1, 1868. JOHS F. IRWIK. FALL OPENING! ARNOLD & HARTSHORN CurwensvilU, Penn'a., Have just opened a large aad moat complete stock OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS AND CAPS, HOOTS AND SHOES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, GROCERIE3, BACON, SALT, ic. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AS TO QUALITY AND PRICES. All kiads ofLumber and Produce taken la ex change for goods. Give us a call before purcbasifg else where. ARNOLD & nARTSnORN. Curwensville, fopt 22, ISC 9 to O tr1 tr1 k -3 -3 M ta O Vat o O tr - O o o o H H w o a GO O W O PLASTER the cheapest in tbe county, at May 29 'BT. . MOSSOP'B. GROUND AND DNOROUND SPICES. Cifru English Currants, Essence Coffee. and Vine gar ei the best quality. fer sale by Mm It. HAiTtWICK rRWIN. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES or all knee ALSO, Baggage Barre trrews, Warehouse Trucks, d,t)u. . Improved Menev Drs.. . Pi " I WW., BOB SALE BT MER'RELL & BIGLER, Dealers in Hardware, June 30. Clbabfiblb, Pa. C. KRATZER & SONS are receiving a splendid Hock of CARPETS AJSD OIL, CL0TU3, LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW SHADES, COUNTERPANES AND QCiLTS, LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKi.v LADIES SILK COATS ANDOVEBSKIETS, ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACE TOIXTS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S TEIMaEI, - I1ATS, DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMIXUs, BEST KID GLOVES LADIES'. GESTU. MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S, BLACK AND FANCY SILKS, FINE BLACK ALPACAS, UNEQUALLED STOCK LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES AND GAITEHS. MEN'S CALF AND FRENCH KIP BOOH. HEAVT CALF BOOTi, $6, MEN'S AND BOTS' FINE AND UEUr SHOES, BEST STONE TEA SETTS, 14, CASSIMERES VERT CHEAP. GROCERIES, FLOUR AND PR0VI310X1 AT LOWEST RATES, LIBERAL REDUCTION TO THOSE BCT ING IN QUANTITY, WOOL, MARKETING AND CoLNTBT PRODUCE WANTED. Clearfleld. June 30, 1869. ATTENTION, BUTE It S READ! READ!! county M 0 S S 0 Y ! Who sells best calicoes at 1 2 eie a Jr'.! MOSS OP! Who cells best onbloached naslla st '.' MOSSOl'i Who sells nails Clf Boots at i 00? MOSSOP! Wkeeelis Hall's Set Cosrfe BiUe ' MOSSOP! Whoaell Hall's bertlvipBfc o:4,W! MOSSOP! Who cells Haw lower tbsn sn.iW.tsl! MO S SO PI Who stil3 Sugar the chept T MOSSOP! Who sells Svrup the chfipwl? MOSSOP! Who sells Flour the chep I MOSSOP! Who sella Chop and Feed the c:irp ' MOSSOP! Who sella Hardware the rheapw MOSS OT! Who sella Quecnawar the chP1 MOSS OPT Who sells Tinware the chep? jiossor: Who sells Clothing the cfcPrt 1 MOSSOP! Who sells Titter the chT' MOSSOP! Who sell Salt the cheap" ? mossop: tit Wno first brought goods down to lowest cash prices: MOSS or! Everybody should buy their gol MOSSOr'S! Clearfield, May IJJ5j srketj ED. PERKS A Co's flour, the brst b sale by JJ T-RSSIC ATED COCO AN CTS, fei ' iJ g M j XJ etc . for sale at