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f f;e Uffeman' gournaf, kaxfidb, ga., gmte 8, 1870.
0t the farmer.
The best Medicine for Stock.
The question is very frequently asked,
"What shall I do for my cow?" or "My
colt is sick can you tell nie what to give
him?" These inquiries are sometimes ac
companied by descriptions which would
enable a veterinary surgeon, or one acquaia
ted with diseases of animals, to form aa
opinion as to the nature of I he disease. It
U often that no account of the ruptoms is
given, and very frequently the owLer is una
ble to give one.
Many farmers have certain specific rem
edies which they administer in all cases,
without regard to the nature of the difficul
ty. In some instances they may be useful,
in others they are of no benefit, and not un
frequently they do much harm. These
remedies are very numerous, almost every
one having some favorite dose which his
father used before him, and which is believ
ed to be a care for all manner ot complaiuts.
There is ancther class, who depend entirely
cn what their neighbors recommend, and
who pour everything down he poor beast's
throat that anybody advises. We have in
mind the cuss of a very valuable Merino
ram, ic thos halcyon days when wool was
$1 a pound in the farmer's garret, and $1
000 was considered a email sum to represent
the value of such an auimal ; the poor crea
ture, with constitution enfeebled by an ex
cessively heavy fleece, and superabundant
deposit of yolk, broke down under the strain
of unnatural and stimulating food and ex
cessive service. The owner, who had refus
e 1 an offer of $2,500 for him, was in dismay,
and knowing nothing about treating stock
animals, asked the opinion of every one,
and followed the advice of all. Through
wort, squills, turpentine, castor oil, decocton
of tobacco, pain killer, camphor, rum, laud
anum and a dozen other drugs followed each
Other in rapid s iccetsion, until the stomach
that needed rest, was filled with a fermen
ting mass of matter that would have burned
a passage through the sides of a shark. Of
course the ram died. This is a literal truth,
and no iancy bketch, and although it is an
extreme case, it is just as rational as much
of the treatment received by sick animals.
It is not strange that farmers do not un
derstand doctoring cattle. They have too
much to do to study the subject. Veteri
nary surgeons are so few that it is not pos
sible to procure their assistance in many
cases, and the common "cow-doctors." or
"farriers," as they style themselves, are
usually too ignorant to be accused of quack
ery. As a general thing, sick animals live
or die, as nature helps them or not The
farmer can write to some agricultural edi
tor, and obtain valuable information after
his best cow has gone to her rest in the
compost heap.
There is one remedy which is suited a
like to all diseases, all animals, and to eve
ry climate, and never fails. It costs noth
ing less than nothing, for the improved
condition of the stock in consequence of
this magical, all-healing balm being kept
on hand, is worth many dollars, and every
iarmer may have it. It is Prevention,
With proper care and suitable feeding, that
atteution which it pays to give to stock,
ninety-nine per cent, of the cases of sick
ness would not occur. This is strong lan
guage, but is true. There is no need of
having sickness among domestic animals.
Sickness is the result of violation of the
laws of nature. The domestic animals are
in the absolute control of their owners. If
they are sick it is the fault of the owner, A
creature that will not thrive and perform
all its natural functions and duties, and
maintain good care of, is afflicted with some
constitutional weakness or disease, and
should be diiposcd of to make room for one
that is sound. Vermont Farmer. J
Lazy Fa emirs. Laziness prevents a
man from getting off his horse to put up
the first rail that gets knocked off the fence
and through this lazy neglect a whole field
of corn is seriously damaged.
Laziness keeps a man from driving Jone
nail when one would do, and finally costs a
carpenter's bill for extensive repairs.
Laziness allows a gate to get off the hin
ges and in the mud, or stand propped by
rails or a stable or barn to leak and dam
age hundreds of dollars worth of proven
der. Laziness, in short, is the right and prop
er name for nine-tenths of the excuses given
for bad farming. But by far the most pro
line of the many wastes that are due to Iazi
ness in that waste is in itself o great and
has so many ramifications, that we will have
to defer its discussion tfor another time.
Dixie Farmer.
Bad Sied. 3Iany thousands of dollars
are lost anuualiy in consequence of planting
poor seed. Acres of old and worthless car
rot, beet, onion, and similar seeds are sown
every year, which might be avoided if every
one who is growing such crops would take
the trouble of testing a few of the seeds
previous to sowing. The loss of preparing
the ground and sowing is usually far more
than the cost of the seeds, and generally
when their worthlessness is discovered the
season is too far advanced to remedy the
eviL
It is a very easy matter to start a few seeds
in pots or boxes, and determine what pro
portion will grow, without running the risk
of losing a crop in addition to the cost of
preparing the soil and sowing. Hearth and
Home.
Giving Ba Chloboform. J. n.
Thomas, of Canada, writes the Bee Jour
nal : "Chloroform may be safely used in
proper quantity for quieting bees. As an
agent for introducing queens I have found
it very effectual. The quantity used should
never exceed one-fourth of an ounce and
even that quantity may be found too large
if the hive is tight and all the fumes are
retained in the hive among the bees. It is
not best to give so much as to make the
bees fall down out of the combs, because if
so many of them would get a doctor's dose.
rot dead drunk, but simply drunk, is all
they require..
THE SINGER
SEWING MACHINE
AHEAD OF ALL. OTHERS !
Eighty-six ThuonJew Hundred and Eighty-one
Machmet Mode and Sold the
Past Year!
The number exceeds by thousands the sales of
any other Machine, and the demand is still in
creasing THREE THOUSAND PErt WEEK
AKE NOW BEING MADE AND SOLD.
THE SEASONS WHY:
Because it embodies essential principles not
found in any other Machine; because of its sim
plicity of construction, ease of operation, uni
formity of precise action at any speed, and ca
pacity for the greatest range and variety ef work,
fine or coarse.
Parties wishiBg to purchase sh ould not fail to
examine this best of all Sewing Machines.
I have the Agency for this Machine, and will
keep a full supply on hand.
Clearfield.MayA.'TO tf J. S. SHOWERS.
Marble and Stone Yard.
MRS. S.S. LIDDELL,
Having engaged in the Marble business, desires
to inform her friends, aud the public, that she has
now and will keep constantly on hand a large and
well selected stock ef ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLB, and is prepared to furnish to order
TOMBSTONES. BOX AND CRADLE
TOMBS, MONUMENTS, in Band
stone and Marble, CURBS aad
POSTS for Cemetery lots,
WINDOW SILLS AND CAPS,
ARCHITECTURAL AND LAWN ORNA
MENTS, ifC.
She wonld invite special attention to her Sand
stone Monuments which are built from original
aesigns ana will compare favorably witn any
thing ef the kind in the country. If desired she
can furnish Marble Window Sills and Caps at a
slight advance on the price of Sandstone.
Yard on Keed Street, near the Depot,ClearfieId,
Pa. May 4, 1S70.
NEW HOUSE!
NEW GOODS!!
NEW PRICES!!!
IIARTSOCK & GOODWIN,
Curwensville, Pa.,
Are now receiving, direct from Baltimore, Boston,
Aew lora, I'hiladelpnia and Pittsburg, an im
mense stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CHINA, GLASS AND Q UEENS WAR E,
HARDWARE, GROCERIES, Ifc,
bought at lower prices than have been made to
any hoase in the town Mince the good old days
before the late war, all to be distributed to those
who visit Curwensville for supplies,in accordance
with the great sacrifice at which they were bought.
LADIES
Are particularly invited to eall at Hartaock A
Goodwin's cheap store, and examine the splendid
stock of
DRESS GOODS,
TRIMMINGS, SUA WLS,
FANCY GOODS,ltt.,
on exhibition.
Tliey Defy Competition !
Parties eannot do justice to themselves in buying
any of the necessaries ef life, without calling on
May 4. '70-301.1 HARTSOCK A GOODWIN.
L 0 'A N
Chesapeake & Ohio R. K. Co.
The advantages and attraction of this Loan, for
investment purposes, are many and important :
1. It is based upon one of the Great Through
Lines between the Seaboard and the West.
S. The see unty is already pealed, the greater
part of the line being in successful running oper
ation. 3. The Local Trafflc, from the nnrivalled Agri
cultural regions and Iron and Coal deposits ad
jacent, must be large and profitable.
4. The enterprise receives important conces
sions and privileges from the States of Virginia
and West Virginia.
i. It is under the management of efficient and
well-known capitalists, whose names are guaran
tees fer its early completion and successful oper
ation. - 6. The Bonds can be had either in
COUPON Oil REGISTERED
form; they hare thirty years to run, both princi
pal and interest being payable in gold.
7. They are of denominations of
$1,000, $500 and $ioo,
bearing interest at the rate of six per eent. in
coin, payable May 1st aad November 1st
From our intimate acquaintance with the affairs
and condition of the Company, we know these se
curities to be peculiarly desirable, and suitable
for safe employment of surplus capital, and fund
ing of Government Bonds, ty Investors, Trustees
of Estates, and others who prefer absolute secu
rity with reasonable income.
Holders of United States FiveTwenties are en
abled to procure these Bonds, bearing the same
rate of interest and having a longer period to run
and to realize a large inorease of capital in ad
dition.
Bonds and Stocks dealt ia at th 6iock Ex
change, received in exchange for this Loan, at
the full market value, and the bonds returned
free ef express charges.
Price 90 and accrued Intcreit in Cur
rency. Pemphleto.Maps, and full inferm.ti,,. ,,;.,,
ed eo application.
FISK 4 HATCH,
May 4-10w J bamau strict, saw toes.
WHO HAS A HOUSE TO PAINT
READY-MADE COLORS.
Known as "Railroad" Colors. Guaranteed to be
more economical, more durable and more conveni
ent than any Paint ever before offered. A bo.0
entitled "Plain talk with Practical Painters," with
sample, sent free by mail on application.
MASCRY A WUITON.
Glob White Lead and Color Worts,
Ap. 13-3m 111 Fulton St., New .
Beware of Imitations. Established !
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE!!
. JOHN TROUTMAN,
Having just fitted up a new and elegant Furni
ture Boom, on Market street, East of the "Alle
gheny House," Clearfield, Pa., notifies the public
that he keeps on hand all kinds of Chamber suits,
(walnut and common), Cane seat and Windsor
chairs, etc., which will be sold cheap for cash. A
share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
April 13, 1870.
rmiE WONDERFUL LINIMENT.
- This Liniment having been used, for
some years past,as a family medicine by the pro
prietor, and its good effeots coming to the notice
of his neighbors, has, at their suggestion, con
sented to manufacture itfor the benefit of the af
flicted everywhere. It is the best remedy fer
Catarrh and Billions Cholic, ever offered to the
Eublic; and will cure many other diseases in the
uman body. It is also a sure cure for Pole-evil
and Wind-galls in horses. Directions fer its use
accompany each bottle. Price, SI per bottle, er
six bottles for 85. bent to any address by enclos
ing the price to WM. H. WAGONER,
Hurd Postoffice,
Oct. (, 1S69. Clearfield county, Pa.
TVfISS n. S. SWAN'S, School for GirU,
Clearfield, Pa.
The next Term of twentv-twe weeks will com
mence en Monday, May 9, 1870.
TBRMS OF TBITIOff.
Reading, Orthography,Writing, Object Les
sons, Primary Arithmetic and Primary
Geography, per half term, (of 11 weeks), S5 OS
History, Local and Descriptive Geography
with Map Drawing, Grammar, Mental
and Written Arithmetic, 8 S
Algebra and the Sciences, 69
Instruction in Instrumental Music, 10 60
Oil Painting, 12 09
Wax Work, 8
For full particulars send for Circalar.
Clearfield, August 25, 1869-ly.
MILLWRIGIITING.
II. T. Farnswortii,
Would inform Mill owners, and those desirons
of having Mills built, that he is prepared to build
and lepair either Circular er Muley Saw Mills,
and Grist Mills after the latest improved patterns
He has also for sale an improved Water Wheel,
which he guarantees to give satisfaction in regard
to power and speed, ilia motto is, to do work so
as to give perfect satisfaction. Those wishing fur
ther information will be promptly answered by
addressing him at Clearfield, Clearfield county,
Pa. Write your name and address plain.
April 3D, 1870-ly.
THE IIINKLEY
FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE.
Price $30.
Every family in the country needs one.
It knits everything from a mitten to a blanket.
A child 12 years can learn to work it in an hoar.
It is operated the same as a sewing machine by
hand or foot. It uses but one needle, and is the
perfection of beauty and usefulness. Circulars
with cuts and lull particulars free to everybody.
Agents waited in every county. Apply quickly.
HINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE CO..
apI3-3m 178 Broadway, N. Y., or Bath, Me.
THE NEW
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
294
BOWBRT.
EMPIRE
294
BOWBRT.
The extraordinary success of their new and im
proved manufacturing Machines for light or heavy
work, has induced the
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
to manufacture a new Family Machine ot the same
style and construction, with additional ornamen
tation, making it eoual in beautv and finish with
other family machines,whereas in usefulness it far
OUTSTRIPS ALL COMPETITORS.
The price of this now acknowledged necessary
arucia comes witnin reacn ot every class, and
the Coinpaov is preDared lo offer the most liberal
inducements to buyers, dealers and agents. Every
Machine warranted, Apnlv for circular and
samples to
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
apu-Jin l iVn. a flaiwry, iYi York.
CLEARFIELD ACADEMY.
The Fourth Session of the present Scholastic
year of this Institution, will commence en Men
day, the 25th day ef April, 1870.
Pupils can enter at any time. They will be
charged with tuition from the time they eater te
the close of the session.
The course of instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical and accom
plished education of both aczes.
The Principal having had the advantage ef
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 lis charge.
Tiaai or Tcitiok:
Orthography, Heading, Writing and Primary
Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) Sit
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetie, aad Histo
r7 ,
Algebra,Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration
Surveying, Philosophy, Physiology, Chemistry
uoox-aeeping, Botany, and Physical Georra
PnJ- ' 19,00
Latin, Greek and French, with any ef the a-
bove branches. S 12,00
Musio. Piane, (30 lessons,) 910.00
rJTNo deduction will be made for absence.
For further particulars inquire ef
Rav. P. L.HARRISON, a. w.
July 31,1887. Principal.
R E M 0 V A L .
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
DRUGGISTS,
Market St, Clearfield, Pa.
We beg leave to inform our old and new easte
rners, that wf hiTa removed oar establishment te
the new building just erected ea Market street,
nearly adjoining the Mansion Hoase en the west,
and opposite Graham A Sons' store, where we re
spectfully invite the publio to come and buy their
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI
CINES, OILS, PAINTS if VARNISMXM.
Our stock of Drugs and Medieineseoasist ef every
thing used, selected with the greatest eara, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE!
We also keep a lull stock of Dyes, Perfameries
Toilet articlea.Soaps, Tooth Brashes. Hair Brash
es, Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind ef
Brushes. We have a la go let ef
White Lead, Turpentine,
Flaxseed Oil. Pint. mnA s. r . .
in the Laintins basinM. wk;.k - - r
- m.wm ww wuwr w IVJ
prices to cash buyers.
TOBACCO AND SKGAMM,
Confectionery. Spices, and the largest stock ef va-
....... .... vuwma in luie piace, ana warranted
to be of the best the market affords.
n G. HARTSWICK,
HARRY F. BIGLER & CO.,
Clearfield, Pa.,
Have just received and offer for sale cheap,
Single and doable, iron and wood,
SHOVEL PLOWS ;
Patent, iron and wood, expanding
CULTIVATORS;
Patent-screw, steel CULTIVATOR TEETH ;
f olid steel, single and double,
SHOVEL PLOW BLADES;
PISK AND WHITE LINING SKINS, AND
ROAN SKINS.
Clearfiold, April 20, 1870.
C. KRATZER & SONS
are receiving & splendid stock of
CARPETS A-ND OIL CLOTHS,
LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW" SHADES,
COUNTERPANES AND QUILTS.
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS,
LAD1EJS SILK COATS AND OVERSKIRTS,
ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACE POINTS,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S TRIMMED
HATS,
dress Goods and trimmings,
best kid gloves ladies', gentle
men's and children's,
black and fancy silks,
fine black alpacas,
unequalled stock ladies' and
children's shoes and gaiters,
men's calf and french kip boots,
HEAVY CALF BOOTS, 5,
MEN'S AND BOTS' FINE AND HEAVY
SHOES,
BEST STONE TEA SETTS, $,
CASSIMERES VERY CHEAP,
GROCERIES, FLOUR AND PROVISIONS
AT LOWEST RATES,
LIBERAL REDUCTION TO THOSE BUY
ING IN QUANTITY,
WOOL, MARKETING AND COUNTRY
PRODUCE WANTED.
Clearfield, June 30, 1869.
ATTENTION,
BUYERS
READ! READ!!
Who sells the cheapest goods in ths
countj ?
MO S.S OP !
Who sells best calicoes at 12 J cts a yard
moss on
Who sells best unbleaohed saaslia at IT cents
MOSSOP!
Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at $5 00?
MOSSOP!
Wee sells Hall's host Coarse Beets at $4 II?
MOSSOP!
Who sells Hall's bestKJp Boots at f 4,50?
MOSSOP!
Who sells Hats lower thai anybody else?
MOSSOP!
Who sails Sugar the cheapest ?
MOSSOP!
Who sells Syrup the cheapest?
MOSSOP!
Who sells Flour the cheapest ?
MOSSOP?
Who sells Chop and Feed the cheapest?
M O S S OT!
Who sells Hardware the cheapest ?
MOSSOP!
Who sells Queensware the cheapest ?
MOSSOP?
Who sells Tinware the cheapest ?
89 MOSSOP!
Who sells Clothing the cheapest ?
MOSSOP!
",;.;Who sells Piaster the cheapest ? .
MOSSOP!
Who sells Salt the cheapest ?
MOSSOP!
Who first brought goods down te the
lowest cash prie.s ?
MOSSOP!
Everybody should buy their goods at
MOSSOP S!
Clearfield, May It. Hit.
FULLERTON S
(formerly M Gaughey's,)
Restaurant and Ice Cream Saloon,
IN LEAVY'S NEW BOILDINO-,
Second St., Clearfield, Pa.
Constantly kept ea band a ine selection ef
Candies, Cigars, Tobaoeo, Nuts, Ae.
Alsa Fresh Oysters, received daily, aad
served up in any style, to suit the
taste of customers.
A fall stock of goods jast reoeived from the East.
JS&T Billiard Saloon in Second Story.
April 27--70J D. R. FULLERTON.
NEW ST0EE.
Corner of Eeeoad St. aad Hill Read.
R. MITCHELL
Has jast received and opened, at the abev-earned
place, an entire aew steek ef Spring
aad Summer Goods, wbieh he wiU
sell very ekoap for cash.
His steek consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Qaeeniware. Boots and Shoes, Hats aad
Caps, Ready made Clothing, eta. He also keeps
choice Floor, Corn Meal, Chop feed,
Bacon, Fish and dried Frails.
Perseas desireas of purchasing goods at fair
rates are respectfully requested te
give hiss a eall.
Approved eoantry produce will be taken, at
the highest prices, in exchange lor goods.
Clearfield, Jane 17, 18(8.
0, YES! 0, YES!!
A GOOD FARM FOR SALE
Persons desirous of purchasing a farm, are di
rected to examine that valuable property in Law
rence township, and situate at the mouth ef
I learneld creek two miles East of the Borough
of Clearfield, and convenient te seheola and
churches.
The property contains ONE HUNDRED
AND TWENTY ACRES, part of which is im
proved and under a high state ef cultivation
the whole being well fenced. Coal, iron ere, and
other minerals are found on the same.
The buildings consist of a good TWO-STORY
U tr KL.L,IILr HUU&tiibJ 48 teet a IrUdlJ
BARN.mnd otherconvenienteutbuildinge And
there is growing on the premises a yeang bearing
orchard of choioe fruit trees.
This property is very pleasantly situated and
being at the confluence of the oreek and the river.
it is a very desirable and inviting residence fer a
private lamiiy. lis position on tne eroek and
river also render it a good situation for a beard
ing bouse during the rafting season.
The west and north sides of this cresertv beine
bounded by the creek and river, makes it one of
the best rafting groands in this section, and as
such yielus a handsome reveaue yearly.
The owner. Mr. M. A. Frank, having norma
nently settled in the west, is the reason for dis
posing of this valuable property. For terms, etc.,
apply to 0. J. BUW,
October 1,1869. Clearfield, Pa
BARGAINS
in-
ALL KINDS OF
GOODS
AT THE
M A M.M O T H
STORE
OF THE
Moshannon Land and Lumber Co.,
OSCEOLA,
Clearfield County,
Penn'a.
M 1 A A How 1 de it in S mos. with stencils.
CL1'AJ Bamples mailed free. A. J. Fcli.a,
New York.
April 15-Sa
VSRTFtNB blankets will be sold eheaa
J. SHAW SOW.
F. N A U G L E ,
WAICK SIAKZE,
GRAHAM'S EOtT, CLEARFlILl.
The undersigned respectfully informs his old
customers and the public, that he has on band,
(ana constantly receiving new additions, a large
stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
CLOCKS, a large variety from the best Man
ufactory, consisting of Eizht-davand thirtv-hour
spring and Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike and
Alarm clocks.
WA TCHES fine assortment, o (silver Hunt
ing and open ease American patent Levers, plain
and fall jeweled.
GOLD PENS, an elegant assortment, of the
best quality. Also, ia silver extension and dsk
holders.
SPECTACLES, large assortment, far and
near sight, colored and plaimglaas.
JEWELRY ot every variety, from a single
piece to a fall set.
ALSO, a fine assortment of Spoons, Forks, but
ter knives, etc., plated on genuine Alabata.
ALSO, Hair Jewelry .with pure gold mounting,
got up to order. Call and Ki sample book.
All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry care
fully repaired and Warranted .
A continuance ot patronage is solicited.
Nov. 26th, 166$. 11. P. NALULE.
a. l. tiiD,
a. r. boof
; r.vn
NOTICE. t.w"i
s.
w. row
SETTS.
CLEARFIELD PLANING MILL
ALL RIGHT.
Messrs. HOOP, WEAVER A CO., Proprietors,
woald respectfully inform the citisens ef the
county that they have completely refitted aad
supplied their PLANING MILL, ia this Borough,
with the best and latest improved
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
and are now prepared te execute all orders ia
their fine of business, saeh as
Flooring, Weatherboarding,
Sasb, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and
Moldings, of all kinds.
Theyhave a large stock of dry lumber en hand,
and will pay eash for clear stuff, one-and-a-half
inch pannel plank preferred Nv e. '67.
JfEW SPRING STOCK!
J. SHAW k SON.
Have just returned from the east and are new
opeaing an entire new stock ef goods ia the ream
formerly eeeupied by Wm. F. Irwia, ea Market
Street, whieh they aew offer te the public at the
lowest eash prices.
Their stock consists ef a geaeral assortment of
Dry Ooeds, Groceries, Queensware, Hardware,
Beets, Bhees. HaU, Caps, Bonnete, Dress ttoeda,
Fruits, Candles, fish, Salt, Breams, Nails, ate.,
in fact, everything usually kept ia a retail atere
can be had by ealliag at this Iere, er will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well seleeted, and consists ef the
newest goods, is of the best quality, ef the latest
styles, aad will be sold at lowest prices for eash,
or exohanged for approved country produce.
Be sure and eall aad examiae ear stack before
making yoar purchases, as we are determiaed
nlease all who may favor as with their custau.
May 8, ISeT. J. SHAW A SON.
pURNITUEE ROOMS.
JOHN CBELICn,
Desires te inform his old friends and customers
that, having enlarged his shop and increased his
facilities for manufacturing, he is new prepared
to make to order saeh furniture as may be desir
ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash. He
mostly has on hand at his '-Furniture Koems,'
a varied assortment of furniture, among which is
BCREAl'S AND SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Book -cases; Centre, Sofa, Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen-ny-l.ind
and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WOBK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ae.
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, aad Parlor Chairs;
And common and other Chairs.
LOOKING -CLASSES
Of every description on hand, and new glasses fer
old frames, which will be put in on very
reasonable terms, onshort notice.
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order, Hair,
iern-nusK. Hair and Uotlon tcp Mattresses.
COFFINS, Of EVERY KIND,
. Made to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, Hoase painting done to order.
The above, and many ether articles are furnished
to customers cheap for casa or exchanged fer ap.
proved country produce. Cherry, Maple. Poplar,
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on Maraet street. Clear
field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Store."
December 4. 1881 JOHN GCKLIOH
P. T. I.
DR. BOYER'S
PDRl
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A Pare, Pleasant , Eafe and Reliable Tonic, com
pound sd from fresh and choice herbs and pos
itively pure spirits, free from fusil oil, or
ether irritating properties, and will
not disagree or offend the non
delicate stomach. Warrant
ed to contain more mod-
icinal virtue than any
bitters at present offered to the public.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL.
To increase the Appetite to promote Digestion
m cure isygpepsia io cure r ei or ana Ague te
cure Biliousness to cure Constipation to oure
Chronic Diarrhea to cure Flatulence to cure
Acid Kructations to care Nervous Debility to
cure uypocnonarta to cure ballowness of the
core General Debility and Prostration of the
IT' HAS XO EQUAL
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
SOLD BVERTWHERB, AT $1 PER BOTTLE.
A liberal dueount t the trad.
MAsoricTcaao bxclcsivblt bv
A. .I. SHAW,
CLEARFIELD, PA.,
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
Stuffs, Oils, Paints, Varnishes. Ac, Patent
Medicines, Pare Wines and Liquor for
medical porpo.es, Fancy and Toilet
Articles, and all goods usually
kept in a Drag Store, sold
cheap.
Having in his employ a clerk a graduate in
Pharmacy who speaks both Ina-lish and Ger
man, the undersigned feels no hesitancy in saying
II.
mat enstomersean rely upon having tne prescript
tions properly put up. A. X. SHAW,
Feb. :3, 1870,
REMOVAL!
REMOVAL!
C KRATZER k SONS,
Have removed t. the large and ....
ETORB ROOM, on See.nd Street, adj.""
rell A Biker's Hardware Store. wh.r. ttff
be pleased te see their old and new en.t,.,',,
Citisens of the county visiting Clear ftli
wishing to make 'purchases, will tBi it fc
advantage to examine their itssk. " '
Good, at cash prices oxebaag,, f , f
country produce. Jm ,
LOOK AT THIS!
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles aad Miscellaneous Seeks- Basel Um..
tor Piaue, Flute aai Vielia;
Blank Aecount and Pais Beeks. ef er.rv i.
eeriptiou; Paper and EevsIobm. Pr.s.k
pressed aud plain; Pecsaad Faaeili;
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Extastisa sic
Promissry Kutes;
Blank Legal Paper; White aad Pantatu
Brief; Legal cap; r.eeerd cap
Bill cap, etc.,
Will be sold at Wholesale er Retail j
P. A. GAUL IX,
At the Poat emee. en Market Street,
Clearfield, Pa.
May 1, 18(1
a. w. aerxTea. : vesse.
B0YNT0N it YOUNG,
Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets,
CLEARFIELD, PA.,
St AKBIACTSKIBS ot
STEAM ENGINES,
Mulay nd Circular Saw Milli,
HEAD BLOCKS, WATER VWZILS.
SH AFTISO, PULLB1S, BOLTS,
and all kinds of Mill work.
. STANLEY PARLOR ST0VIS,
COOK STOVES,
Heating Stovts, Sled Shoe, riows,
and eastings ef all kiads.
DEALERS IX
Oifards' Injeotor, Steass Gaagea. I mim Wsiiaae,
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Car Gasgs feast,
Air Coeks. Globe Valves, Caws Valval,
Wroagbi Irca Pipe. Bute Paaaa,
Boiler Feed Farnpi, Aati-frlelUa
Metals, Sea Sleae Paakiag,
Sam Paekiag, Sc.. Ae., .
December, lg(t-tf.
3. B. OIIIS.
w. siisis. : a. a aaiatav
NEW FIRM!
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS,
WHOLESALE AXD EXTAIL CSXLIU
la a'.l kinds ot
Dry Goods, Beets and Skees, Sals aid Cass,
Eotions, Groceries, Hardware, Qaeis
ware, Wood and Willowware. Fietr,
Baeea, FUh.Salt etc, MarksiSt.,
CLEARFIELD, FA.
FOR THE LADIE3
They have Bonnets. Bilks, Cebargs, Aliases,
Meriaos. Wool Delaines. Lustres, 61sg
hsms, Prints, roplias, Lawas. Saa
shades. Handkerchiefs Kid aad
ether Glovea.Hesiery .Balmo
rals, Heop-akirts, aad a
geaeral variety ef rik
bous, trimmings,
Batteas, Braids, etc., at the lowetl srlej
FOR GENTLEMEN
They have Black and Blue Cletkt. B!ask a
Fancy Cassimeres,Sattlnetts, Tweeei, M
toas, Wster-proef Cloth. Bilk. Sella
and common Vestisgs, etc., ia
great variety, aad at prises
that; will give geaeral
atisfaetioa e buyers.
ALSO,
A general assortment of Resdy-mads CI
ing, Hats and Caps, Boots aad Ssees,
Hardware and Queentware, a gesd
Block, Wood and Willowware,
and a fall stock ef fireeeries.
IN FACT,
GRAHAM A SOUS sell all articles that ere
usually kept in a well-regulated ooeatry
tore, and hence the people generally
will And il to their advantage te
buj goods ef them.
rata aad eoantry produce tacea
exchange fer Eecd!-
AM.

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