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t ; t: ? ; fi '3 ; V - :1 i ifar tlie farmer. Keeping Grapes Under Ground. A correspondent of the Gra Ctdturxst says: Many years ajro, wliib in the nursery business, a customer wanted some vines of ma, and while they were Iting dug up he asked me if I kept any grapes over winter. This was in March. Of course he got a negative reply. '"Well," said he. "when I come next week for trees 1 will bring you aome aloug." The thing .ecnid but a joke to uie at the time, but of course I thanked him for the kind offer. True to bis promise when he came a week or ten days thereafter, he brought me eon:e. Not a few berries, as might have been expected, but at least five pounds.- The were Isabellas and Cat awbas, perfectly plump, sweet and fresh although mostofthe berries had dropped from Iheir stems. With the exception of a very slight earthy taste, they were certainly excellent The question, of course, was asked, how do you keep them thus ? The reply was. that in the fall, as late as the cold would admit, they were gathered in a clear day when per fectly dry ; a box about eight inches deep was taken ; a layer of green leaves was t alt an from the vines and laid on the bottom ', on these a layer of grapes, then a layer of leaves again, until the box wjs full, fiuishing with a layer of leaves. Put the lid on tight, and bury deep enough to escape the frosts of winter. Of course it must be where water cannot settle into the box. The stems of those grapes were quite fresh when given to me. The man told me his father-in-law had kept them thus for years. To this, the editor of that journal adds: We have often dug up branches of grapes cn layers, late in the fall, when all the grapes on the vines had been frozen long ag j, and found them plump, sweet and fresh. We do not doubt the method is a good one, and worth a trial. To Glt Scbplus IIo.net in Common Hives. Farmers who keep bees in the common hives may obtain twice as much purplus honey as they usually do if they put on more boxes for it. The entire top of the hive should be covered with them, and the passage ways to thera are made much larger than they usually are two two inch auger holes to each box the boxes large enough to hold ten pounds. The spare honey boxes if made of thin toards should be covered wi;h another box made of inch boards, both of which should fit to the top of the hive. There should be glass ends or sides to the small boxes by which their condition an be examined, and when they or anv of them are finished, fillod and the honey cupped over, it should be removed, and its place supplied with an empty one. As soon as the fir.-t hard frost in the fall occurs, remove them all. whether filled or not, as the bees will at once carry all that is not capped over, down into the body of the hive. It is not wanted there, as any swarm that has honey in the small boxes will have enough to wiuteron. Swarms will carry honey into surplus boxea for the want of room below and not before. COIWTV Dl KKCTUK V. TIME OF HOLDIXil COCRT. 3d Monday in Jannarj, I 3d Monday in June. 1 w. 3d " in March, 1 4th in Sept t w. 4th " in May. 1 2d ,; in Nov 2 w. COUNTF AND DISTKCT OFFICERS. Fres'tJndge fion.Cbns A Mavcr. Lock Haven. A to Judges Hoa.Simuel Clrde. Clear6eid. Hon. Jacob Willhelm Qrahnraton Pheriff. . , . Cyrenus Hows. . . . Clearfield Prjrhonotary, Aaron C. Tate, . . ' Reg. A Kec. . Apbnrv W. I.ce, " District Atfy, W M M'CoIlough, . Treasurer . . Lever r-'lecnl.. . . ' Co. Surveyor, S. V McCloskey, Comnaisd'n'rs, O:bcllo menl, . .iniu'l .-h.-Iacr. Pamucl II. liindinan. lili-n IIi.t.m Auditor . . Clark Brown. . . . ClmrDeld. Price A. Howies, . N Millport John D. Miller, . . Kurd Coroner. . . . James A Moore, . . Clearfield Co.Sapertnd't ti'eo W.Snyder, . " Cnrwensville X.Wa-ihiDton Clearfield LIoT OF PUST-01FICES. Tfrnihipi. NamrtofP.O. Numrf f P.TJ . Eeccaria, - - (ileii Hope, . Homer j.nfire --. Vtahville, - - . S. MoFarlsud' Hfgarty'aX Roads Samuel lieear'r Bell, -.- - Bower, " .-- - Cae.-t, - - - Cuah. - .... Ojteud. Bloom. - . Forrest Boggs, - - - Clearfield Bridge .... H al I. -ice ton, - Bradford, - Woodland, - -' - - - - Win's Urove, - Erady, ... Luthentburg. " - - - Troutville. Jefferson Line - S A. Korunaugb - 1 hos.A. M Ubea - J. W Campbell. . II I. -71 Algernon llolden . - J as. forrest. J'ibn K Moor - W.n. Albert. - Ed. Williams L. B. Carlile Mrs. C. Weaver Jean Heberlin. -- - - . wiiii ncucniD Burnside, . New Washington . Sam'l Mcl'nne ' ... RnrnaiH . M.il. 1 - Matthew Train Jack Patchin. - W i-ummerville - Lewi; .1. Hard - Wm McGarvey - S A Faroe r. - P. A. Oaulin - Claad. Barmoy - John Reiter Charles Hoe! Bnrneide - - - Patebinville, ... F.aat Ridge, Cheat,. - - - Hurd, - -" ... Mcliarvey, - ... Westover. - Clearfield, - Clearfield. - Covington, - French viPe, " - - - Karth.ius. - CnrwenifvillM fnivMin. " " ' ' i- . - - VU.NCB 1 1 J L'ecatur, - rhilipsbarz. Centre counrv. P " West Decatur, Lever Mneal Ferguson. - Marron. - - - John P Straw. Girard, - - - I.econte'sMill-. - Angus Lrcoute - - - Bald Hills, - Alex. Irwin. Goshen, - - Sbawsvilte, - - II. It. Morrow Graham, - - Grahainton. - - Thos. II. Forcey Oaelich, -- Smith s Mills, . - Jc.-. G. Ganoe. " - - - - Alleuians' ... Henry Alleman. Huston, - - Tyler, .... Miss & J. Tyler. ". - Pennfield. - - Frank Bewman. -jrun, - . Ansonville, . . H Swan narinat. - .Salt Lick. - -Knox, - - . X,w Millport. -Alorru, - - . Kvlertown, -' -" - - Morrisdale. - -Osceola. - - Osceola Mills.- . Psnn. - - - Lumber Citv t - .... i , ram i . r. II.)'. T li Pike. --- - Curwensville, -' Cha Hoel Cnion. - - - Rekton. - - . D. E. Urub.ker. Vtoodward. Jeffries. - . . James Lockett 31aaer- " " -J-i Ierbv. w iV ffiCe dfor Che,t '""""hip 1 " "nsncnor rerguyon iownsn;p Geo. Heckadarc. II J. Sloppy. Ed. C. Brenner. John Odeil. T. F Boalich. It . Spencer. -iI5A.lll?TlTE?D,RECTOKV. OFFICERS OF PENNSYLVANIA. RovM-nor. - . . John W. Geary, Cumberland, .ecyofCom. - Frat.k Jordan. - Bedford, Iep. Screu.ry, J M. Weakley, - Srdvr G. I JAl Frlrr ' Jf--T. Attorney .Jen . f c r"' ' SIm'V. Adjutant Gen . n. B MCV' ' JlW.I,.hU. etat.Trea.urer.Wm wC,7wa.y r'"' Sup Com Scb J. P Wicke"L am ' I Deputy SUP ,. - C. K. Sute Librarian. Wien Fornev - it F ' SCPBM. CoCT.-Chier JuVtie. 1,2 son. Associates. Henry W. WilKam. k mP." Reed. Laniel Anew. George Sh,rw0ihM lions. Philadelpiha. 1st Men lay of Jan. ji risburr.4th Monday of April .-unburv l'v day of October Pith,hnrg.3d Mono. of Oc'tob": SrpEE CrT Chief Juiee. S. P. Ch of Ohio. Associate Justices Nathan Clifford f Main-. Samuel Nelson, of New York. David La f '!';" Swyne, of Ohio. Sam- oel F. Miller, of Iowa. Stephen . I Field, ef Oal eoo 7 Justice S5.s00.of Associates $,- OFFICERS J'resiJent. Vice President, See. of State. -See. of Treas'y. Pec of War, -See. of Navy. . ee. of Interior M Oen Attorney Gen. . OF THK TTVITtn t'lvssesS Grant. - -nuyier Colfai, . Hamilton Fish. -Geo S Boutwell, ,?"-.T1.kip. oi. nobeson, Jacob D. Cox. . . J A J Cretwall, r". Jl Hoar, . . '. STATES. oia Illin Indian. New York. Massachusetts Jerey, lo New ).in Maryland II. F. BIGLER & CO., DEALXBS 1ST lARDf ARE, aXB i!praCTCkB or Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, CLEARFIELD, PA. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, Or ALL K15DS. ALSO, Baggage Barrews, Warehouse Tracks, Copying Presses. Improved Money Drawers, it., wok sale r II. F. BIGLER & CO., Dealers in Hardware, March 18 1 Cleakfiild, Pa. 1S70. SAWS! S A W S !! Dsro.v, CROSS CUT, MILL, DRAG, AND CIRCULAR SAWS, for sale by U. F. BIGLER t CO. THE CLEARFIELD WOOD CHOPPERS' AXE, Manufactured expressly for the CLEARFIELD TRADE, for sale by It. F. BIGLER CO. FRUIT CANS, Manufactured from best charcoal tin. Grooved and soldered on outside, WARRANTED. AI0,GLASS FRUIT JARS, for sale by n. P. BIGLER A CO. COOK STOVES! SPEAR'S CALORIFIC, S17SQ UEIIA XXA , SUPERIOR, GOV.PEXN, REGULATOR, NOBLE COOK, NATloyAL RANGE, Ire ,Sre., And all kinds of HEATING STOVES i On band and for sale by II. F. BIGLER k CO., SECOND STREETi CLEARFIELD, PA. Aagut3. 137 J. INK atld White Lining Skins, and Roan skins 11. BlULb.ll 4 UU 3. rpiIIMBLK'SKElNS and PiDe-boxes ter Wr L ons, fer sale by II. F. BIGLER CO RON i IRON!! Best bar iron, for pale at the store of H. F. BIGLER CO. STOVES of all ser's and si7.c. constantly en hand at H. F. BIGLER 4 CO S CAfTLK CHAINS a good article. n hand and fersaleby II F. BlflLER A CO HORSE-SHOES, and horse-nails. U he had at K. F. BIGLER CO S. S A IDLE!, Bridles, harness, cottars o., fer sale at H. F. BIGLER A CO'S. GUNS. Pisteltan. sw ord canes to be had at rl F. BIGLER CO S. H ARNES5, Trimmings, and Sboe-findinirs fer sale at n. F. BIGLER k CO S. o lb" Put'?' PainW land Nails, for sale at ..u iv. a. f, B1ULEK A CO'S. M-EW LAMrS.-Peikins House's Non-rplo- for sale by HARRTF. BIGLER A CO LONGEST ROOF in the Unite! States is on Kinek's Sons' Fantory, Easton. Pa.. one third of a mile long and is covered with READY ROOFING CHEAP. DURABLE and easily applied. Send for circular and samples to the manufacturers. READY ROOFING CO, June 1-ap. 13. y. No. M Courtlana St. . Y- QO AAA year and expenses to agents to sell 0?UUU the celebrated WILUN SEWING MAcHiNES. The best machine in the world. Stitch alike on both sides. One Machine without money. For further particulars, addrexs 25 N.th St .Pbil a. Pa. March 30,'70-3m. "TTtxTS ON IIOUSE PAINTING," by J. W XL Masury. CL, 43 p., 40o. Free by nail .n receipt of price Masi'kt A Wbitos. X. Y. 3sa. 'TTIIW SHALL WE PA tXT ottp iinitcr., mm - - - - ...vcico : XX By J. W. M Ascnr, CL. 220 p., l .50. Free by mail on reoeipt of price. xew i or a. Mact k WaiTos. I Ap 13 3m. Q I 1 j A How I made itin 8 months, with Sten wl ItU ciis. Samples free. A. J. Ful'am, x June 22,-6m QW AIM'S PANACEA. Kennedy's Medical Dis -i etOT"J' Uembold's Buchu, Bake Cod Liver Wtl, Jayne'sand Ayer s Medicine, for sale by jlanao HARTSWICK k IRWIN T jA.DIiES Tb? Eo,5n"" s the most Useful arti f7Z. m'm ' ,DTe""!d f"r your use Circulars free. Mrs. Morgan, P. Q. Box 2433, H. T. Je22 3m Oanf a Tb GtCi5Tip is. ,.,. GfantTP O.Bcx4;t90.N.Y P " ED. PERKS k Co's flour, the best in market for ' by J SHAW k SON. ."-'---" f nAiit xea sets. stone-war 41 Mueachusem iees,at ti 56 It MOSSOP 3. H. P. N A U O WATCH KAKSKt GRAHAM'S ROtT, CLEARFlELW. The undersigned respectfully Informs bis old customers and the public, that be has en band, (and constantly receiving hew additions,) Urge stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. CLOCKS, a large variety from the best Man ufartory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour spring and Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike and Alarm clocks. WA TCHES aline assortment. o tsilver Hunt ing and open ease American patent Levers, plain and full jeweled. GOLD rENS. an elegant assortment, of the best quality. Also, in silver extension and desk holders SPECTACLES, large assortment, far and Dear sight, colored and plain glass. JEWELRY of every variety, from a single piece to a full set. ALSO, a fine assortment of Speons. Forks, but ter knives, etc., plated on genuine Alabata. ALSO, Hair Jewelry .with purcgold mounting, got up to order. Call and see sample book. All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry car fully repaired and Warratutd. A continuance of patrenag is solicited. Nov. 2Sth. 186i. H. F. NAUGLK. O. L. SttD. jr.vtirn w. row ELL, notice. ; a. r. seer jexES, W.W.BETTS. CLEARFIELD TLANING MILL ALL RIGHT. Messrs. HOOP. WEAVER A CO., Proprietors, would respectfully inform the eitisens ef the county that they have completely refitted and supplied their PLANING MILL, in this Borough, With the best and latest improved WOOD WORKING MACHINERY; and ar now prepared to execute air orders ia their liae of business, such as Flooring, Weatherboarding, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and Moldings, of all kinds. They lave a large stock ef dry limber on hand, and will pay cash for clear stuff, e'ne-end-a-half inch pannel plank preferred (Nov JKW SPRING STOCK! J. SHAW k SON. Have just returned front the east aha are bsw opening aa oatir new tteek of goods la U feest formerly eeeupied by Wm. 1. Irwia, on Market Street, which they bow offer to tk pablie at the lowest easa prises. Their stoek consists ef a general assortment of Dry Seeds, Groceries, Queeasware, Hardware, Beets, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Bonnets, Dress Coeds, Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Breema, Nails, ete., in fact, everything usually kept ia a retail store eaa bo had by sailing at this stero, or will ho procured to order. Their steak Is well selected, and consists of the newest geeds, is of the best quality, of the latest styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for cash, or exchanged for approved eeaatry produce. B fare and call and examine ear stoek before making your parehases, as we are determined lease all who may favor us with their eustem. Msyi. I07. J. SHAW A SON. pURNlTUKI ROOMS. JOtlX tieTELICH, Desires to inferfn his eld friends and easterners that, having enlarged his shop and increased hit facilities for manufacturing, be is now prepared to make to order such furniture as may be desir ed, in good style and at cheap rates fer cash. He mostly has on hand at his -'Fui niture F.onms,' a varied assortment of furniture, among which is BUR EATS AJID SIDEBOARDS, Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centre, Sofa. Parler, Breakfast and Dining extension Tables. Common, French-posts, Cottage, jsm- ny-iiind and other Bedsteads. SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. iTCHR-STANDS, HAT RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ae. Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, aid Parlor Chairs; And common and other Chairs. LOOKING-GLASMI Ofevory description on band, and new glasses fer old frames, which will be put ia en very r'asoasbl terms, on short aotice. He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order, flair, Corn-husk, Hair and Cotton top Mattresses. COFFINS, OF EVERY ftlD, Made to order, and funerals attended with a Hearso. whenever desirable. Also, House painting done to order. The above, and many other articles aro furnished to customers cheap for cask or exchanged fer ap proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar, Lio'wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi ness, taken in exchange for furniture. Remember the shop is on Manet street, Clear field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Store." Decembers. 161 JOHJt GL'ELICH P. T. I. DR. BOYEU'S PTJRK WEST BRANCH BITTERS. A Pure, Pleasant. Safe and ReliahUTonic.com pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos itively pure 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 Dyspepsia to cure Fei er and Ague to cure Biliousness to cure Constipation to onro Cbronio Diarrhea to cure Flatulence to euro Acid Eructations to cure Nervous Debility to euro Hypochondria to euro Sallowness of the Complexion to cure Pimples and Blotches to euro Oeneral Debility and Prostration of the Physical Powers, IT HAS XO EQUAL. TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED. SOLD EVERYWHERE, AT $1 PERBOTTLI. A liberal dlrMt tht tradt. MAarFACTCBEO EXCLUSIVELY T A. I. S II A W, CLEARFIELD. PA., Dealer in Drugs. Medicines, Chemicals, Dyo Stuffs, Oils, Paints, Varnishes. A-e.. Patent Medicines. Pure Wines nd Liquors for medical porpos.es. Fancy and Toil! Articles, and all goods usually kept in a Drug Store, sold chenp. Having employed E. D. Snyder agraduaat in Pharmacy who speaks both English and Gor man, the undersigned feels no hesitancy in saying that eustomerscan rely upon having the presorip tions properly pnt up. A. I. SHAW. Feb S3, 187b. CtJRWEaSYILUi ADVERTlfeEMKNTS, fTEETH t TEETH ! ! . x Extracted for 25 Cents. Extracted with the ttse of Nitrous Oxyd Gas, and Local Ansestbesia, (,n only harmless and efficient ansssthetics now in use,) by S J. Hafs. Surgeon Deitit, Cnrwrtitvittt. Pa., Who would hereby most t'espectfuliy return his thanks for the libeial patronage of the past, and inform the public that he has removed his Office to the Corner of State and Locust Streets, over Jenkins' btore, where he is prepared to receive bis customers in newly fitted up Rooms, and do their work in the most jkilful and woikmanlika manner All work done in the latest and most approved styles and guaranteed. Dr. Hays will be engsged in bis office from the 1st to the 23d of each month ; the balance of eath month, ho will spend in Glen Hope, Burnside. and Luthenburg, alternately. Parties residing at a distance, should write to us previous ot tbeir coming. Office hours, from 8 to 12 O'clock, A. M and from 1 to o'clock. P. M.- Wo use none but the very best material, and defy competition for beauty, cheapness, and du rability Give us a call. Cnrwensville, Pa., May 25, 1870 -feb3y. -fl- B W FOUNDRY x' in Curwensville. The undersigned having entered into CO part nership, in the FOUNDRY BUSINESS, in Curwensville. would inform the publie that they keep on hand, and will manufacture to order, Plows, Cultivators, THRESHING MACHINES, Stove?, etc., and every other description of articles generally made in a eeuntry foundry. Terms reasonable. Old metal taken in ex change for work. A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. JACKSON ROBISOU Feb. I3,'7 ly. JAME5M. WELCH. NEW HOUSE! NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES!!! HARTSOCK' & GOODWIN, Curwensville, Pa., Are now receiving, direct from Baltimore, Boston, new lore, rhiladelphia and Pittsburg, an lm mense stock ot DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, GEN TSFUR NISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, GROCERIES, ire, bought at lbwsr prices than have been made to tny house in the town since the good old days before the late War, all to be distributed to those who visit Curwensville for supplies. in accordance witn ins great sacrifice at which they were bought. LADIES Are particularly invited to call at ffartsock A Goodwin's cheap store, and examine the splendid stoek or DRESS GOODS, tRIMMINGS, SUA WLS, FANCY GOODS. ..; on exhibition: They Defy Competition! Parties eannot do justice to themselves ill baying any. of the necessaries of life, witnontealling on May 4.'70-;tm ) HARTSOCK A GUODWlS. CII EAPER than the CUKiPEST. GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES, JUST RECEIVED BY - ARNOLD & HARTSHORN, Curwensville, Pa. (One door West First Nat. Bank.) Having just returned from the East with a com plete assortment of Goods, suitable for the Spring anu cummer iraae. we aro now prepared to lur- iiiau an ainas oi uooas CHEAPER THAN TUB CHEAPEST." And after thankine our customers for their lib oral patronage during the past year, we would most respeetfblly ask for a continuance of the same. Uur stock consists of DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. HARDWARE. QUEEXSWARK, WOOD AXtt WILLOW-WARE. GROCERIES. BOO TS if SHOES, HATS If CATS, CLOTHING. CARPETS, TOBACCOS, Et: Also, Flour. Bacon, Salt. Fish, Grain, Ac, Ac, all of which will be sold on the most reasonable terms, nd the highest market price paid for Grain. Wool and all kinds of lumber and country produce. Please give us a oall before purchasing elsewhere. Satisfaction guarantied as (o quality and prices. ARNOLD A HARTSHORN, Cor. Main a Thompson Sts. April !0,'70 Curwensville, Pa. SQUARE TIMBER. E. A. Irvix & Co., Being speoially engaged ia the business of buy ing and selling SQDARB TIMBER, would repre sent that they aro now prepared to purchase tim ber, delivors d at either Curwensville, Look Haven or Marietta, or will take it at any ef these points and sell on commission, making sash advances as are necessary. Those ongoged la getting eut timber will fid at our store in Curwensville. a very large stoek of STAPLE 600DS,f all deseriptlens. ALSO, FLOUR, MEAT, RYE, OATS, CORN, and everything necessary fer use of Lumbermen. RAFT R0PI,ef all sixes.kepton hand in large quantities, and sold at a small advance, by the eoil. Alsof PULLKT BLOCKS, SMALL KOPI, Ae Special inducements offered to those manuiao taring Square Timber. Z. A. IRVIX A CO. Cnrweusville, Jan. 1I.1J7. AMUEL I. SNYDER, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, CmiriitD, Fa. All work warranted to srive satisfaction. A good assortment of Watch-glasses and Keys al ways on hand. Rooms on Second Street, opposite the tourt Hewee. March 2. 1370-tf. 0 N M T own n O O K. Having purchased the entire stock at tbo old stand ot Kirk & Spencer, in Lumber City, I intend carrying on tbo business aa hereto fore, f NT MOTTO IS TO SELL GHEAP FOR CAH. Thanking our friends and enstomers for past patronage I IHlicit continnauco ol tbo same. Sept. 15th, 1869, ISAAC KIRK. N EW BOOT AND SIIOB SHOP. EDWARD MACK. Market Street, nearly opposite the residence of lt.it woope. r.sq., Clearfield, Pa., Would respectfully announce to the eitisens ef Clearfield and vicinity, that he bus. opened a JSLrUT ASU t-HU snuf, in the building lately occupied by J. L. Cuttle, ss alawoffice and that ho is determined not to be outdone either in quality of work or prices. Special attention given to the manufacture ot sewed work. French Kip and Calf Skins, of the best quality, always on bend. Give him a call. I June 24. 'fi. c. K R A T Z E R, Opposite the Jail. Clearfield, I'enn'a, Dealer ia Dry Goods, Dress Geeds, Millinery Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware. Queens-ware, Stoae wara, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Flour. Bacon, Fish, Salt, etc., is constantly receiving new supplies from the cities, whieb he will dispose ai at the lowest market prices, to eusteaiers. Bsfero purchasing elsewhere, examine his stesk. Clearfield, February , 1ST. D EXTAL PARTNERSHIP. DR. A.M. HILLS desirestoinform his patients and the public generally, that be has associated with him in the practice of Dentistry.. F.fcHAH D. D S , who is a graduate of tbo Philadelphia Dental College, and therelore has the highest attestations of his frofessional skill. All work done in the office I will hold myself personally responsible tor being done in the most satisfactory manner and highest order or the pre fession. An established practice of twenty-two years in this place enables me to speak to my patrons witb Confidence. Engagements from a distance should be made by letter a few days before the patient designs Cuming. Clearfield. June S, ISO.S-ly TTOMK INDUSTRY! BOOTS A!I SHOES Made) to Ordef at the Lowest Rates. The undersigned would respectfully invite the attention of the eitisens of Clearfield and vicini. ty, to give him a eall at his shop en Market bit. nearly opposite Hartswick A Irwin's drug store, where he is prepared to make er repair any thi og in his line. Orders entrusted to him will he eleettt-d With promptness, strength and neatness, and all work warranted as represented. I havo now on hand a steck of extra fronoh calfskins, superb gaiter teps, Ae., that I will finish up at the lowest figures. . June 13th, 18HI. DANIEL C0S5ELLT QOMETIilNO NEW IN AXSO.NVILI.E, Clearfield county, I'enn'a'. The undersigned bating erected, during the pastsummer. a large and commodions store ream is now en?a?ed in nllinc it an with a new and select assortment ef fall and Wintergoods, which be oners to the public at prices to suit the times llisstock of Mens' and boys' clothing is nrusual ly axtensive, and is offered to customers at from (IS to $20 for a whole suit. FIoUr.5alt.and (ire eeries. of every kind, a complete aoittnnt; Stoves and Stove-pipe, a heavy stock ; Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, in treat variety : Ladies' dress goods, furs, and other fancy zoeds. together witb an endless assortment of notions tee tedious to ename.rn.te, always on hand, and ser Sale very cheap. Prints at 10 cents a yard. and other goods in pruporjlon. Now is the time to buy. Country produce of every kind, at the hiehest market prices, will be taken in exchange fer goods; and even Greenbacks will net be' rrfused for any article in store. Examine my stock be fore you out elsewhere. October JO. 1867. B.SWAS TU8T IN TIME! THB SSW GOODS AT A. K. WRIGHT & SONS, CLEARFIELD, PA., Having just returned trom the eastern cities we are now opening a fill stoca of seasonable goods, at our rooms en second street, to which they respectfully invito the attention of the pub lic generally. Our assortment is unsurpassed in this section, and is being sold very low for easn. xno stoca consists in part or DRY GOODS of the best quality, sueh as Prints, Delaines, Alpa eus. Merinos. Ginghams ; Muslins, bleached and unbleached ; Drillines Tickinrs. cotton and wool Flannels. Cassimors. Ladies' Shawls, Coats, Nu bias, floods, lioop skirts. Balmorals. Ac. Ac. all of wMch will be sold low fob cas. Also, a fine assortment oi tno oesi oi If I H B 1 W B A R , consisting ef Drawers and Shirts. Hats and Caps, xtoois auu oaves, nanoftircaicm eravnts, ete. Also, Raft Rope. Dog Rope, RaltinaAugi and Axes. Nails and Spikes, Tinware, Lamps and Lamp wicks and chimneys, ate., ete. Also, Queensware. Glassware . Hardware. 0 roce ries, and spices of all kinds. In short, a general assortment of every thing usually kept in a retail store, all cheap fmr cash, or approved country p ro'i ucm . Nov. ?a-jaie-ne13. WRIGHT A SONS 5-20'S AND 1881'S BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED, OX MOST LIBERAL TERMS. GOLD BOUGHT and SOLD at MARKET RATES. COUPONS CASHED. PACIFIC R. R. BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. STOCKS BOUGHT and SOLD an COMMISSION any. Chicago, Danville and Vincennes First Mortgage 7 per cent. Gold Bonds for sale at 90 and accrued in terest. Aeeounts received and interotallowed on daily balances subject to check, at sight. DeHAVEN & BRO., 4 SOUTH So STREET, PHILADELPHIA M areh 2. 1 S70-1 y .-Jy 1 3. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Tubs. Brooms. Churns. W ash Rubbers. Butter Bowls, Coffee Mills. Bath Brick, Hall and Paper and Mus Blinds, Clothes Baskets, Tea Trays. Opposite the' jail. C. KRATZEK. THE GREAT CAMPBELL MASTOJUX FIRST VISIT OF THE MAMMOTH TO TIIF GREAT LUMBER REGION. WILL EXHIBIT IN CLEARFIELD, On the other side of the New Uridge, (the Lindge FREE to all f jt gers who wish to attend the exhibition), on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1870. WILL ALSU LAI1I1UT AT LUTIIE RSBUHG, ON THURSEAY, SEPTEMBER 22 PlIILIPSBUKG, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, TYRONE CITY, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2o P vss n if' V.a-o C-. p SECOND ANNUAL TOUR. EYZa.KIKG NEWAHD BSILLIAHT. He-orpanlrod, le-modeltd and R-dfNoral4 for th e iravviing ivw on or ik,u. .w and Mni;m..rm A nt mnl ivt, Nw H.-mrv. New nd 0mit Wirc1riio, M:i!mfa-.-t':rK. ,v Join. WaunuUAker, .No, alt C'iiwuial btre-t, i LtWlelphii A FULL AND COMPREHENSIVE BEST CIRCUS TROUPE KS- 9- T.vmrr 't.on U i-n j-vd o t Zoological IV- Vi HEW SPECIMENS A. aS5-L ,rw r-I .;i.... :i. frutr pr.YAI. ttrN'iA', Tli;i..- MAM i-.ni ril:y..::.y CArt, trp.tT ct.'-.i-I: t. t. ;itit, o- :nil:rr; l.. ar'i1-: AFI;I-(".- nd ASi.VTIO I '3. S. );-;.-'ti.C ...jf-;:i-.tA .f r ,.r,;r . W.i,,. .Hoiwr t Jii i i; (iKlzXf.Y KL-.a" AiVlrsn an1! 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JA?'.E5 DE K OR EST, 'BURROWS & LZliKUli, SAM STICKNEY, Jr. JAKES WARD, Tks ierriSc Ca' J S.t ttr y CrMercvt Ctoi-n. 7isf Ai'tsrii- Here. CHAS. LLRnOVS Treteze aul C,vtK.isi:c TxSor.fcni. Ete. THE BEREIN EP.0TKERS, L. Messrs. BAL3IT, EUCILBT, BELEZS, KICH1BD 805, BANOIT. iCLEKO, ete etc THE GRftHDlTREET PARADE Which will take place dally about lO A. M. will be A PAG2AKT CF ORIEHTAt. Jfa1Hl Uy the Triumphal t'hariot and folioweo by the Long Line of Ma-xsive Ou?"s. th Kifphant, rtc , c. The Kxhihitions will h (fiven under a Mammoth Tlires-Centre Pols lVATKSS-PKOO F C A X VASS. Dry In Wet Wuhr. Coil In Warm Weal her. ai.I ('orarorlable ia all Weathers. REXEM HER ttnt TirUet oifmiO ym to both VMHVVS an M EXA-tiEK IE. I tAHIblllUNS Afternoon and Kight. Doors open at 1 In the Afternoon, and 7 In the Kvening. Seats for Everybody. The Canvs Brilliantly ninminated at Night. DON'T F01GE"" TH DAT AND DATE, but wait for THE LARGEST SHOW ON EARTH. -vic . . f - - v-vV Each Day ADMILSSION, (one ticket admita to both Menagerie and Circus), CHILDREN, under 10 years, . ct-i-'J." cu- N ir