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0 the .farmer. Thorough Tillage. " A correspondent of the Germantown Tel legraph says : I hare made it a rule in my cultivation of all plants to disturb the sur face, break the crut around theni as quick ly as possible after every summer shower. The plants must have good opportunity to breathe. It makes no difference whe'her weeds have made their appear1" or not. The fact is, weeds are a blessing in disguise. There are thousands of farmers who would never plow a crop were they not fearful of the dreadful weeds. Weed or no weeds, it is necea-ary to stir the ground often to make the crop grow. Now, let tWe who think they must necessarily have weeds as rn incentive to action examine the soil closely twenty four hours after a summer shower. Weeds by the million may bo seen ; small to be sure, therefore easy to kilL Then is the time to take advantage of them. I never produced a better crop -of corn than during the summer just past. Being so unfortunate as to have a small "farm of - poor land, if I plant the large Pent com which produces so bountifully on onr rich Muskingum bottoms, a tolerably good sired stalks is produced, minus the ear.. Theie fore, I have bred a variety which will pro duce an ear every time in proportion to the site of the stalk. If the stalk is no thicker than your thumb it will have its ear of corn. Here is a point that I w'uth to impress on your readers, that the variety of corn should be selected with especial reference to the quality of the soil It is nnreasonable to expect the large varieties to succeed on thin soils. On our rich bottoms at four feet each way the ground is densely cover ed. On my thin upland at three ieet each way, with a light-stalked, early variety, it is no more densely seeded. Now, as to the mode of tillage I have a dopted." I hold that more good can be ex ecu! e J by passing enoe between the rows ev ery five days than to pass twice through each space at a ploughing every ten days. And to ensure the passage of the imple ment as is always desirable in close prox imity to the plants on each side of the rows, I take sides in rotation, thus : First cultiva tion, hold the implement to the north side of every row, second, hold it to the south side ; third, hold it to the west side ; fourth hold it to the cast side. In this manner a large surface can be distnrbed in a day, at least fcix acres. Of course a man can till twice as much as by tba old plan, and indue time each side of every hill will have its tillage. Value and Culture of Apples. By no other process, in my opinion, can so much nutriment be-so cheaply extracted from four square rods of ground as by plan ting an apple tree in the centre, and giving it good cultivation. Apples need the ground, the whole of it, and all it contains, but "immemorial usage" allows an apple tree no rights that husband men are bound to respect ; it is haggled and mangled, roots and branches and the soil exhausted in the production of oilier crops. Charging the apples with the ground they actually grow upon and appro priate, they generally give far better re turns as food for man or beast than corn, wheat or potatoes. New York, particularly western New York, has a character at home and abroad for fruit. If a better apple country was ever made, I confess I never heard of it. We occupy the precise position where the tree is hardy and healthy, and the fruit comes nearest perfection. I know of no ordinary farm crop that at all compares, during a series of years, with apples, if we take into account the small expense at which they are raised. Should we reduce the yield to one-half barrel to the tree, apples would still be our most prof itable crop. I boldly claim that the average of our or chards could be doubled by good cultiva tion. An acre of ground that will produce forty ' barrels of good fruit, ought to be excused from growing grain. Whatever grain or root crops are grown upon it, detract doubt less more than they are worth from the ap ple crop. We cannot, without great ex pense and trouble, return to the soil all the elements which our wheat, corn and pota toes take from it. When I hear of trees standing near a wood pile, in the corner ofti fence, near the barn, or the hog pen, or the kitchen door, I am prepared for a big yield. The great majority of our apple trees are ei ther starved or go very hungry. H. T. Brook. Buckwheat straw, used for beddirg live stock of any kind, causes an eruption of the skin. It has been frequently noticed that hogs when feeding among buck wheat stub - " 0 0 blea are subject to eruption of tbe skin of j the neck and ears, owing to an acrid juice which exudes from the cuts of the stuS bles. Sore Mouths. For sore mouth either in human beings or anlraalH, do application is equal to tannin, which should always be kept io the house for that purpose. A Kttle of tie powder sprinkled on tbe inflatn dor sore spots will cure almost immediately. CCRWKSSTILLB ADVERTISEMENTS, AMERICAN HOUSE, - Curwensville, P Having taken charge of this wen-, town Hotel, the undersigned would respectfully solicit a share of the publie patronage. Travelers will lad U accommodations eq sal to those of any other house ia tuia aoeiioa. Charges mode rata. . Doe. I. ISrtS-tf. JOHN J. REED. Prop'r. CLEARFIELD NURSERY. Encock. ack Home Industry. The undersign- od having established a Senary. on tha Pika, halfway between Curwensville and Clearfield Boroughs, is prepared to farniah all kindsof Frui treei. (Standard and dwarf,) Evergreen-. Shrub bery, Grape Vinea, Gooseberry, Law ten Black berry. Strawberry and Raspberry Tines. Ala SlhrianCrab trees Quince and early SearletRhea. barb. Ac. Orders promptly attended to. Addraa Aag 51,1864 J.D. WRIGHT, Curwensville -JTEW FOUNDRY in Curwensville. The undersigned having; entered into c part nerahip. in the FOUNDRY BUSINESS in Curwensville. would inform the pnblie that they keep on hand and will manufacture to order, Plows, Cultivators, THRESHING MACHINES. Stoves, etc., and every other description of articles generally made in a country foundry. Terms reasonable. Old metal taken in ex change for work. A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. JACKSON KOBISOU, Fe.2.V7-ly. JAMKSM. WELCH. a. a. patto.m. a. a ibvix. J!fO PATTOM, t. . ibwib. E. B. PATTON t CO., Having Sited up a flrst-elaaa PLANING MILL, are prepared to furnish to order all kinds of Maa ufectured Lumber, such as FLOORING, SID KG, Surface-dressed Lumber, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, and every description of Plain and Faney Mould tags. Dealers will 6nd it ta their advantage to consult our prices before purchasing elsewhere, Address, E. B. Patton & Co Curwensville, Dec. 2,'68. . Clearfield Co., Pa. FALL OPENING! ARNOLD & HARTSHORN, Curwensville, Penn a., Dave just opened a large and most complete stock OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, GROCERIES, BACON, SALT, ic. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AS TO QUALITY AND PRICES. All kinds of Lumber and Produce taken in ex change for goods. Give us a call before purchasing else where. ARNOLD k HARTSHORN. Curwensville, Sept. 32, 1809. SQUARE TIMBER. E. A. Irvix & Co., Being specially engaged io the business of buy ing and selling SQUARE TIMBER, would repre sent that they are now prepared to purchase tim ber, delivered at either Curwensville. Lock ITaven or Marietta, or will take it at any of these points and sell on commission, making such advances as are necessary. Those engaged in getting out timber will find at our store ia Curwensville.. a very large stock of STAPLE GOODS, nf all descriptions. ALSO, FLOUR, MEAT, RYE, OATS, CORN, I ..j .1.1 . and everything aeeeasary for use of Lumbermen. RAFT ROPB, of all sites, kept on hand in large quantities, and sold at a small advance, by the ooil. Also, PCLLEY BLOCKS, SMALL ROPE, ke Special inducements offered to those manufac turing Square Timber. ' E. A. IRVET k CO. ' Curwensville. Jan. 12, 1870. LOOK AT THIS! BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Mosio for Piano, Piute and Violin; . Blank Account and Pass Books, of every de scription; Paper and Envelopes. French ' - pressed and plain; Pens and Pencils; Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and Promisory Motes; Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment - Brief; Legal eap; Record cap and Bill eap, etc., Will be sold at Wholesale or Retail by , P. A. O A ULIN, At tha Post office, on Market Street, Clearfield, Pa. May 6, 1808 - NEW STORE. Corner of Second St. and Hill Road. R. MITCHELL Has just received and opened, at the abov nam ed place, an entire new stock of Spring and Summer Goods, which he will sell very cheap for cash. His stock consists of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queeniware, Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc. He also keeps ehoice Flour, Corn Meal, Chop feed, Bacon, Fish and dried Fruits. Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair rates are respectfully requested to give him a call. Approved country prodnoe will be taken, at the highest prices, in exchange tor goods. Clearfield, June 17. 1883. 0, YES! 0, YES!! A GOOD FARM FOR SALE reraons aesirons or parenasing a xarm. are ai- reeled to examine that valuable property in Law. reace township, and situate at the mouth of j Clearfield creek two miles East of the Borough of Clearfield, and convenient to schools and churches. The propertv contains OXE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES, part of which is im proved and under a high state of cultivation the whole being well fenced. Coal, iron ore. and other minerals are found on the same. The Bnildina-e oomtiat or a vmuf TITO-STTIK DWELLING HOUSED, 48 feet GOOD BARN, and other convenient on tbnildinrs And there is growing on the premises a young bearing orchard of cboioe fruit trees. This property is very pleasantly situated, and beinz at the confluence of the creek and the river. it is a very desirable and inviting reaidenc for a p'lvaia iomuy. its position on tne creek and river also render it a good situation for a board ing bonse during the rafting season. The west and north sides of this property beine- bonnded by the creek and river, makes it one of the beat raiting grounds in this section, and as suob yielas a handsome revenue yearly. The owner, Mr. M. A. Frank, having perm a nently settlel in the west, is the reason for dis posing of this valuable propertv. For terms, etc., apply 10 a. J. now. October!, 1369. Clearfield.Pa. CLEAREIELD ACADEMY. The Third Session of the present Scholastic year of this Institution, will commence on Mon day, the 7th day of February. 1870. Pupils can enter at any time. They will be j charged with tuition from the time they enter to the close of the session. The course of instruction embraces everything included in a thorough, practical and accom plished 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 ... vijjviv Tbkms op Tditiox : Orthography, Reading. Writing and Primary Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) i 00 Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, andHisto rv. Stt.00 AlgebrA-Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration Surveying, Philosophy, Physiology, Chemistry Book-keeping, Botany, and Physical Geogra phy. $9.00 Latin, Greek and French, with any of the a- bove branches- S 12.00 Musio. Piano, (30 lessons.) $10.00 tVSo deduction will be made for absence. For further particulars inquire of Rbt. P. L. HARRISON. A. sr. July 31.1867. Principal M'CAUGHEY'S Restaurant and Refreshment Saloon, IN LEAVT'S NEW BUILDING, (formerly occupied by Rote.) Second St., Clearfield, Fa. Constantly kept on hand a fine selection of Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Nuts, Ac. Alse Fresh Oysters, received daily, and served up in any style, to suit the taste of customers. g& Billiard Saloon in Second Story. Dee. 9, 1868.1 DAVID M'GACGHEY. REMOVAL!. REMOVAL! C. KRATZER & SONS, Have removed to tbe large and elegant" NEW 6 TORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mer- roll k Bigler'a Hardware Store, where they will be pleased te see their old and new customers. - Citiiensof the county visiting Clearfield, and wishing to make 'purchases, will find it to their advantage to examine their stock. Goods at cash prices exchanged for all kinds of country produce. J. 8,'6. QAWED LUMBER. The undersigned having started in the jLumber business, near Osceola, Clearfield county. Pa., is bow pre nared te furnish nine boards, clear, and panel stuff, Ae. Pine and Hemlock bills sawed to order and shinned on short notice. . J - C.R.MACOMBER. . Osceola Mills. May 5,1869-tf. Clearfield co.. Pa. s LEIGHS. FOUR SLEIGHS for sale by E. A. IRWIN ACO , CurweBsvilIe. T J. CUNNINGHAM, J . AlTORNEr AT LAW, Beat Estate Agent and Conveyancer. TTBOBB, BLAIR COCSTT, PA. Special attention given to the collection of claims Tyron, Pa., January 2T, ltHS9-tf RANKING k COLLECTION OFFICE McGirk perks, Suoeessors to Foster. Perks, Wright k Co., Phiupsbfbo. Cbbtbb Co., Pa. Where all the business of a Banning House will tia tr.....t.J .nil nnn tka mnat I ,.,d riUu,ru, -r I I favorable terms. MarehM.-tf. j J.D.at'OlBC. BWD.PBBBS p E M OVA LO UN SHOP The undersigned begs leave to inform his old ' and new customers, and the public generally, that he has fitted up a new GUN SHOP, on the lot on the eorner of Fourth and Market streets. Clearfield, Pa., where he keeps constantly on band, and makes to order, all kinds ot Guns. Also, guns rebored and revarnished, and repaired neatly on short notice. Orders by mail will re ceive piompt attention. June, 18B9. JOHS MUUKK. gMALL PROFITS ndQUICK SALES. HARTSWICK IRWIN are constantly replenishing their stock of Drugs, Medicines. Ao. School books and Stationery, including the Osgood and National series of readers. Also Tobacco and Ci gars, of the beat quality, and at the lowest prices. Call and see. Clearfield, Nov 10, 1869 rpIIE LEONARD HOUSE, (Near the Railroad Depot), Reed Street, Clearfield, Pa. G. D. GOODFELLOW : : : : : Pbopbibtor. A new first class Hotel in every respect com fortable rooms all the modern improvements the best of Liquors prompt attendance, and rea sonable charges. The patronage of the public is reapecuuiiy aouoitea. jy-zi-ti. JEW BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. EDWARD MACK. Market Street, nearly opposite the residence of 11. a bwoope. fcsq., Clearfield, Pa., Would respectfully announoe to the citisens of Clearfield and vicinity, that he baa opened a BOUT AJNU MlOb bUOf, in the building lately oeo"Pied .J J I..Cuttle.asalawotnce.andthat ho ttle.aa alawomce.and that be be outdone either in quality im uot.i iuiuou nob lu uo uuiuuu. giiu.i in quiuir of work or prices. Special attention given to the manufacture ot sewed work, rrench Kip ana Calf ekina, of the beat quality, always on band i (ive mm a can. I June z. t. H. F. N A U G L E , WATCH MAKES, GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFIELD. The undersigned respectfully informs his old customers and the public, that he has on hand, I . - . ' . . . . . " " ocaot oiocas. w.tcn.sana i.we.ry. I CLOCKS, a laree variety from the best Man- afactory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour I spring and Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike and Alarm clocks. WA TCHES a fine assortment. o (silver Hunt ing and open case Amorican patent Levers, plain and rail jeweled. GOLD PENS, an elegant assortment, of the best quality. Also, in silver extension and desk holders SPECTACLES, large aasortmant, far and near sight, eolored and plain glass. JEWELRY ot every variety, from a single piece to a full set. A LSO, a fine assortment of Spoons. Forks, but ter knives, eto., plated on genuine A labata. AIJSO, Hair Jewelry. with pure gold mounting. got up to order, lall and see sample book. All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry eare fully repaired ana v arrantrti . A continuance ot patronage is solicited. Nov. ztitb, 18d5. H. F. XALULE MUST BE SOLD!. CLOSING OUT AT COST AT THE KEYSTONE STORE! I . . . .. . ... , I ""dersigned, intending to retire from the mercanti'e business is now closing out his en tire stock of goods .at and below coat, comprising I CTT MERINOS, POPLINS, ' ALPACAS, EMPRESS CLOTH, WOOL DELAINES, j MEN'S AND BOTS1 CASSIMEB E S, CLOTHS, SATTlNETTo, KENTUCKY JEANS DKNINS, LADIES' CLOAKING, COATS, SHAWLS, Ac. A full line of Domestio Goods, DELMNES, SHEETINGS, GINGHAMS, FLANNELS, COTTON FLANNELS, kc, kc, kc. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, GUM & ARCTIC OVERSHOES, IIATS AND CAPS, Table and Floor Oil Cloths, Carpets all widths. I Window Shades and Wall Paper, A great variety of Hosiery, Notions and Trim mings ef every description. Ladies Trimmed Hats, Velvets, Ribbons, Balmoral and Hoop Skirts Linen and Wool Table Coven, Napkins, Towels, Connterpanes, a large assortment of Ladies' an' 1 Children's Wool Hoods, Nubias, Shawls, Ac. Persons in want of anything in the above line I of Goods are invited to give me a call, and obtain goods at wholesale prices, D. 9. NIVLING. 1 Grain and eonntry produce taken In exchange prGoods. Nov. 10, 1869. FOR SALE, White Lead, Zino Paint, Linseed Oil Jil. Turpentine, i, in oil and Varnishes of all kinds, Colors. dry. Paint and Varnish brushes. HARTSWICK k IRWIS, Clearfield.Pa -M 6,'6l. ( N MY OWN II O O K. I flavin Durchased the entire atocK at me old staud of Kirk c Spencer, in Lumber City, I intonH i,rrin. nn ih. hntlnvM ia hereto- I - J S I lure. uy MOTTO IS TO SELL CHEAP FOR ricu Tbankins- onr friends and cnatomera for past patronage I solicit a continuance 01 too same. Sept. 15tu, 1869, ISAAC KIRK. D. B. rtfLLEBTOB v W. B. M'PBERSOlf NEW FIRM! FULLF.RTON & McPHERSON, Keep constantly on hand ' Fresh Meats, such as . BEEF, VEAL. MUTTON, Etc., FRESH FISH, All kinds of Vegetables, in season, canned fruits, BUTTER, LARD, Etc., Which they will sell at the lowest market prices. Cash paid for Cattle, Butter, etc. ROOM ON MARKET ST., Clearfield, Pa -May 12, '69. A. P. BOTNTeS. a. s. Touxe B0YNT0N & YOUNG, Cor. Fourth and Phie Streets, CLEARFIELD, PA., MABCrACTt'EEBS OF I Q T "L? "f 1? V T "V "C G 1 L A Jl li i U 1 L i3 , Mulay and Circular Saw Mills, HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS, SHAFTING. PULLEYS, BOLTS. and all kinds of Mill work. STANLEY PARLOR STOVES, COOK STOVES, Heating StOVPS, Sled Shoes, PI0W8, I 0 and castings of all kinds. DEALERS IX Giffards' Injeotor, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles. Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cops, Gauge Tocks, Air Cocks. Globe Valves, Check Valves, Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps, Boiler Feed-Pumps, Anti-friction Metals. Soap Stone Packing, Gum Packing, Ac. Ac, December 9, 1863-tf. J. B. GRAHAM. B W. OBAHA. A. A. GRAHAM. NEW FIRM! JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS In all kinds ef Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Queens- ware, Wood and Willowware, Flour, Bacon, Fisb.Salt etc. Market St., CLEARFIELD, PA. FOR THE LADIES They have Bonnets. Silks, Cobuxga, Alpacas, Merinos. Wool Delaines, Lnstrea, Ging hams, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Sun shades, Handkerchiefs Kid and other Gloves. Hosiery. Balmo rals, Hoop-skirts, and a general variety of rib bons trimmings. Buttons, Braids, etc., at the lowest prices. FOR GENTLEMEN They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassimeres.Sattinetts, Tweeds, Mel V, tons, Water-proof Cloth, Silk, Satin and common Vesting, etc., in great variety, and at prices that" will give general satisfaction to buyers. ALSO, . A general assortment of Ready-made Cloth ing. Hats and Caps, Boots and 8hoes, Hardware and Queensware, a good Stock, Wood and Willowware, : and a full stock of Groceries. IN FACT, GRAHAM k SONS sell all articles that are usually kept in a well-regulated country store, and hence the people generally will find it te their advantage te buj goods of them. Grain and eonntry prodase tax en exchange for Got is. Ana. 15-69. PITTSBURG ADVERTISEME5TS 4?Qft ' ,. HIJjKLEaT P Knitting Machines. The moat perfect machine vet invented. Will widen and narrow, turn a heel, or point the toe I It will knit plain or ribbed. It will knit stock- I Huge, drawers, shirts hoods, comforters, mittens, I c. mscueap, aimpieana uuraoio. 11 sen h I noBjjMtiD ' ha,.Ter lt will io ..an,. w0.rp: I wn work, uses but one needle, and reouires I that that l.imh maflhins mill (Ia. And eoata leea I than half as much, and has not tbe tenth part of I the machinery to get out of order, Circulars and samoles mailed free on application. Arson .1 All Mjkl.,M n . .luil wanted All machines guaranteed. SHAW k MORTON. Genl Agents. Nov.2i-3m Ko. 20 Sixth St., Pittsburgh Pa JAS T. BRADY & CO., (Snreesrt tm S. Jontt ir Co..) CORNER F00RTH AND WOOD 81REETS, PITTS B XJRGH, PA ., " BANKERS, BCT iSD SBLt ALL KINDS OP GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, Gold, Silver and Coupons. Six per cent, interest allowed on deposits sub jeot to check. Money loaned on Government Bonds. Bonds registered free of charge. - May 19,9-ly. JAMES T. BRADY 4- CO. p L EAR F I E.LD HOUSE. FRONT STREET, PUILIPSBURG, PA. I will impeach any one who says I fait to give direct and personal attention to all our customers. nr fit i 1 laMnu them In reiftiflA ATr K veil far- ; . :t: . , , . ; nhji t M with i.lan rnnmi and new beds. where all may feel at borne and the weary be at - - i rest. New stablinr attached. Philipsburg. Sep. 2,'68. JAS.fl. OALER. EXCHANGE HOTEL, J IT,,,..,., Psnn'. This old establishment bavins: been leased by J. Morrison, formerly Proprietor of the Morrison Mouse. - has been thoroughly renovated and re furnished, and supplied with all the modern im prorements and con veniencian necessary to a first class Hotel. The dining room has been removed to the first floor, and is now spacious and airy. The chambers are all well ventilated, and the Proprietor will endeavor to make his guests per fectly at home. J. .MUKKI.-O.N. Uuntingdon.Jnne 17.1RA8. Proprietor m m . 1 Till, iim -rrr r,i .co nr. - riwiaui.uIlM..ttiL.-n..i..r.- I nared In rnrmih all HuMiviFh flABfltlDtCD. , . . t . . , , - ... , nlavment at home, the whole of the time or for Dircu m 1 urn mi an ciiteaes wun cuan.ui iw- the spare momenta. Persons ot eitoor sex easily earn from 50c. to S5 ner eveninc. and a propor tional sum by devo.Mng their whole time to the VUBIUVK. J . IDU Ell IB 1 .1 IIC.l I T mm UIUU ' m . f. ... .. l . i - men. loac an woosee inia nonce mayeena taeir address and test the business, we make the lollow ins; unparaueiea oner : loiacu as are wjn eaiiFuea, we win sena si io pay ior toe irouuis ui wriiiuaj. run nicuirB, m i.iu.ui. i.bi)ii.i which will do to commence work on, and a Cupy of 1'Ae Proplf'i Litrram Companion one of the largest and best family newspapers published all sent tree Dy mail. Keader.it you want per maaent. rrofiiable work, address E. C. ALLEN A CO , Augusta, Maine. Dec. l,'6tf-3m. n R. B . CLARK'S Atr CELCBBATCD FEMALE PILLS FOB BALB SV. Boyer A Shaw and Hartswick A Irwin, Clearfield, Pa. Aug 4.'M-lj Retail Price. SI. 50 per package. Sl'BVRroa tc.iBBAi,'a Orrirs, ) Harrisburg. Pa., Oct. 22, 1369. j To tho Owmrx of Ui:patt.trd Landi : In obedience to an Act of Assembly, approved tbe eighth day of April, one thousand eight hun dred and sixty-nine, you are hereby noticed thr the '-County Land Lien llocfeet." containing Ui liat of nnnaiented lands for Clearfieldeounty.pie- pared under tbe Act of Assembly of tbe 10th of Mav one thousand enbl hundred and sixty-four. and the supplement thereto, has this day been forwarded to tbe Prothonotary of tbe county, ai whose office it mav be examined. Tbe liens lean only be liquadated by the payment of tbe pur chase money, interest and fees and receiving pat ents through tins department JALUB M. iJAMriSfcLL. Oct. 27.". 9 4m Purveyor General. rnilE WONDERFUL LINIMENT. 1 - .This Liniment having been u.vd, for some years pastas a fami'y medicine by tne pro prietor, and its Rood enects coming to tne notice of his neighbors, has. at tneir sua-irestinn. con sented to manufacture it for the benefit of the af- I flioted everywhere. It is the best remedy for Catarrh and Billmus Ubolic. ever ottered to the public; and will cure many otber diseases in the human body. It is also a sure cure for Pole evil and Wind-Kalis in horses Directions for its use accompany each bottle. Price. SI per bottle, nr six bottles for S3, bent to any address oy enclos ing the price to wa ii wnu.tK nurd rostomee. Oct. ft, 1369. Clearfield eourty, Pa. C I G A R S AND TOBACCO. ADOLPII SCIIOLrP, Manor .ictcbb n Wholesale ad Rcrsxt. Dbalbb ix Cigabs aso Tobaccos, CLEARFIELD. PA., Would respectfully announce that he has remov ed to tbe large and eommodious store-room, op posite the Court House, Second Street, where be bas opened a general assortment of Tobaoco. Cigars. etc. .which he isprepared to sell, wholesale or retail, at reasonable prices. ills cigars are made or tbe very best material, and in style of manufacture will eompare with those of any otber establishment. He has always on band a superior article chewing and smoking tobaoeos. to wbicb be di rects tbe attention of -loversof tbe weed. Merchants and Dealers, throughout the county supplied at the lowest wholesale prices.. Call and examine his stock wben you come to Clearfield. June 10. 1S88. LIFE INSURANCE COMPARISON Advantage of tht MUTUAL Plan over the Rrttirn Premium Plan of STOCK COMPANIES: RATES. Return Pr'm Mutual Dijfrrenrr Yrnrly Plan on $1,000 mSIO.OOO $32 00 8 05 - i 50 37 30 IS 90 169 00 47 00 to 50 25 00 59 40 49 95 4V9 50 Ac;. Plan 48 $40 05 45 54 20 50 75 50 55 109 35 On the ages named the rates of the Stock Com pany are from 25 to 84 percent, higher thi n the .mutual rates. . RESULTS. Policy for 15,000 at I Policy in the Mutual age of 32, on the return Company .same age. half premium i u ui cwvr , ouu. nail uoie, lur 9 I u. Lompamea, annual pre- 000. will east in 10 yeara. minm.all cash. S139 50, ' and no Dividend to be made. In caseof death at end of 10 years, the Stock Company will pay the in cash, including in terest on notes. SI. 505 But the Mutual Compa ny win pay iso Ain't of Policy f 5.000 Am i of Policy $10,000 Less Pr'm notes 500 Cash $9,500 I Return Premium 1,395 ft.395 . in Cash. and 4 dividends Showing that for $110 moro Cash. Premium. the gain on the Mutual plan to the insured mem ber's family ts Fifty Par Cent. Should death occur at the end ot 5 years, the comparison would Cashp'd Stock Co .S97 50-p'd to fami!y$5.97 50 -- suuiuai iao uu - SV,500 00 and dividend. At the age of 40. the Mutual nlan far $1,918 40 uasa rremium- will yield su.StiO ; while the Stock plan for $2 032 50. Cash Premium, yields S7.032. 50, Showing a gam on the mutual plan plan of $2,- I 32750, and dividend. INSCRE TOCR LIFE IS THE PENN MUTUAL, nr mrrinrrpirri OF PHILADELPHIA. II. B. SWOOPE, Agent, Jy.ll,'69-tf. Clearfield, Ta. U. K - t z e R Clearfield, Penn a, Dealer ia Dry Goods, Dress Goods Mm;,, "", recnea,JUaM-war,Ouecn.. s.. ware, Clothing. Boots. Shoes Ht- r - " . ' C,P lor. oon. rub,Palt,ete.,iseontantly recei,. , surnlie. from lk. .. . .... ' -u,lu a W di: at the lowest market prices, toesji... .0re r " -a -, nis stock. viearneia, reorusry 8, 1876. JJ1W.8PRING STOCK! J. SHAW 4: SOX. Have just returned from the cut sod r opening an entire new stock of goed. ia u,. formerly occupied by W. F. Irwin. , M.r.et Street, which they now offer to the publie,, ih. iowcti casn prices. Their stock consists of a gen.nl art.ent of Dry Goods. Groceries, Queensware. Hard...- Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps. Bonnets. Dress G., Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt. Browns. S.iu ,te in fact, everything usually kept in , rtl4il ,(or j can be had by eajliag at tbia store, or will k. -procured to order. Their stock is well selected, and consists of ifc. newest goods, is of the best quality, 0f tha latest styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for eah or exchanged for approved eonntry produce. Be sure and ealj and examine our stock before 1 . psreaam. si t are detennintil I 1 u" j mease all who may favor as with therrcuston May 8. 18(57. J . IIAW a SOX REMOVAL. HARTSWICK & IRWIN, DRt'OQISTS, Market St., Clear jirM, P. We beg leave to inform our old aoi near eoto- me.'s. that we have removed oar estaMirhrctntto . hniirfi,,, :n.i .r,J . v,..k I .... J k 1 iinnj suirmipg ins ja ansion noue on IDS vest. I , ' , m.n , , - . . ; , , DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT XEDI- I 1 TT1?& fTT S n r U i T- . r. ......... . i y i--. iijiiio v i i.iursTOCB 01 irugs ana Meatotnecon?it of erfry i tuing usea. scicciea witn tne greatest eare. mud WA RRAXTED STRICTLY PURE! We also keen a lull stock of Dves. I'-rfumfru Toilet articles.Soapa. Tooth Brushes. Hair liiu.h es, Wbicewaah Brushes, and every other si&il nf Brushes, ne have a la ge lot of nite Jcaci, iiirpenrinc Flaxseed Oil. Paints, and in feci everTthins nni in the painting busineas, which we offer at City prices to cash viuyera. TOBACCO AND SFGAKS. Confectionery. Spices, and the largest Hork of va rieties ever offered in this place, snd wsrrsa:e4 to be of tbe best the market afford J. O. IIARTSW fi'K. Dee. 2. lt JOHN F. IltWIX. 2 6" . - w' tk. .a to m sW-at of) o o skv o j p nnvvn HPICES.f' GROUND AND tr?0W5D PMCER gar et the best quality .fori A TBlS Jan. 10. AA w -