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or thf farmer. Eevival of Peach Trees. A discovery of ro small moment in the interests of agriculture, lias been made by Dr. Geo. B. Wood, and communicated by him to the American Philosophical Sccietr, of which he is President. Peach trees in the vicinity of Philadelphia, after producing a few crops, not only cease bearing, but per ish themselves in a short time; whereas their natural life is fifty or sixty years, or more. The cause of this defective power of growth is believed by Dr. Wood to be owing to a deficiency of potash in the soil, and he assures that if this alkali be supplied to the tree so that it shall reach the roots to be absorbed, the fruit bearing power is restored, and the tree itself, if prematurely perishing, is revived. Believim; with most persons that the cause of decay lay in worms at the root ot the peach tree he put in operation a plan which he had seen his father perform more than fifty years before, viz : of digging around the best of the stem a hole four or five inches deep, scraping away all the worms that could be found at the juncture of the stein and roots, and filling the hollow thus made with fresh wood ashes from the fire, which, of course retained all their potash. This was done in the autumn of 1863 ; and with a result, in the following spring, at which he was himself astonished. The trees appeared to have been restored to all their early freshness and vigor; they put forth bright green leaves, blossomed copiously, and bore of fruit such as they had never borne before, many of the branches break ing down under the load of peaches. Dr. Wood, in reflecting on these results, and noticing that several trees treated had no worms, came to the conclusion that we must look for an explanation to .some other cause than the destruction of a few worms, and this cause he believes to be the ashes, the potash of which being dissolved by the rains, had descended along the roots to the rootlets, and r resented to them the very food for want of which they were dyinj. Decaying apple trees bearing stinted and inedible fruit have been revived by a similar process, and with the like results. AH of Dr. Wood's orchards give promise of am abundant supply of fruit this season. To Peal Peaches. The following is an excellent plan to save trouble as well as con siderable of the best part of the peach, which is usually thrown away when a knife is ustd in peeling them : Make lye as strong as possible of wood ashes and soft water. Fill a kettle with the lye, and when boiling rapidly drop in eighteen or twenty peaches, and take out again almost immediately, and immerse them in a pail of cold water. Take one in your hand, and the rind will slip off entirely, leaving a round, beautiful yellow ball ; throw it immediately into another pail of pure water, and so proceed until all are d.n.. This process will not injure the fla vor of the finest peach, and once tried, the old-ashioned way of peeling with the knife will not be adopted. If the lye is not strong enough, put into the kettle two dipper-fulls of clean wood ashes. This is a splendid way to rid small onions ot their jackets, pre paratory to pickling them, also for peeling tomatoes. COl'XTV DIRECTOR V. TIME OF HOLDING COURT. 2d Monday in January. I 3d Monday in June. 2 3d in March, j 4th in Sept 2 4th ' in May, 2d in Nov. 2 1 COUNTY AND DISTKCT OFFICERS. Pres't Judge Hon. Chas. A Mayer. Lock Haven. As te Judges Hon. t-amuel Clyde. Clearfield. Hon. Jacob Wiilhelm. Grabamton Sheriff'. . . . Cyrenus Howe, . . . Clearfield I'rothonotary, Aaron C. Tate. . . Keg. A Kec. . Anbury W. Lee, - District Att'y,W. M M Cullough, . " Treasurer. . . Lever Flegal,. . . " Co. Surveyor, S. F McCloskey, . Curwensville C'omuiiss'u rs, Othello Smcad, . N. Washington Samuel Shaffner, . Clearfield. Samuel H. Hinduian, Glen Hope. Auditors. . . Clark Brown. . . . Clearfield. Price A. Howies, . N.Millport. John D. Miller, . . Hurd. Coroner. . . . James A. Moore, . . Clearfield Co.Superind't Ueo W.Snyder, . LIST OK POST-OFFICES. To'PH'kip: Names of P.O. Names of P.M. Ueucaria, - - Glen Hope, - - Homer DuBree, " - - - Vtahville, - - - S. McFarlaod, - Hegarty sH Roads Samuel Hegarty Bell, Bower, - 8 A.Korahaugh - Thus. A. M'Ghee - J. W Campbell. - H. L. Henderson - Caest, Cush. - - Ostend. - !!lo Foirest. - Algernon llolden Hoggs, - - - Clearfield Bridge, - Jas. Forrest. Wallaccton. John E Moore Bradford, - Woodland. - - - - - Wm's Grove, Brady, - - - Luthersbnrg, - - - Troutville, - Wm. Albert. - Ed. Williams - L. B. Carlile - Mrs. C. Weaver Jefferson Line, John Heberlin. Burnside, - NewWashington - Sam'! McCune Burnside - Matthew I 'win. ' - - - Patchinville, East Kidge, Cheat, Hurd. - - ... Mciiarrey. - ' ... Westorcr. -Clearfield, - Clearfield. -Covington, - FrencbviHe, 44 ... Karthaus, -Curwensville Curwensville. Jack Palchin. - W. Sutnuierville - Lewis J. Hurd - Wm McGarvey - S A. Farber. P. .. Gaulin Claud. Batuioy - John Reiter - Charles Hoel Decatur, - Philinsburer. Centre eonntv. P. - West Decatur, - - Lever Suieal, - Marron. ... John P Stiaw. - Leconte's Millf. Augu's Leconte, Ferguson, Girard, Goshen. Graham, Uut'lich, Huston, - liaiu inns, - - Shawsville, - Grahamton. - Smith's Mills, - - Alietnana' - - Tyler. - - - Pennfield. - - Alex. Irwin. - H. U. Morrow. - Thos. H. Forccy - Jos. G. Ganoe. - Henry A Neman. - Miss 11 J. Tyler. Frank Bowman - 11 Swaa Jordan, - - Ansonville. - -Karthaus. - Salt Lick, - Knox, --- New Millport, -Morris, ... Kylertown, - -... Morrisdale. - -Osceola. - - Osceola Mills.- -Pnn, - . . Lumber Citv.t - Geo. Heckadorn. H J. Sloppy, Ed. C. Brenner. John Odell. T. F Boalieh. H W. Spencer. ' .... Grauinian Hills. Jrnia. Wall Pike. - - . . Curwensville, - Chaa. Hoel. J nion. - - . Hurkton, - - - D. E. Brubaker. Wjodward. Jeffries. - - - James Lockett. .",.,". " A MMe'. - - - - J. G Derby. 3-n "ffice wMI dotaT CbMt ahir twill answer for Ferguson township. STATE A V. STATES DIRECTORY. OFFICERS OF PENNSYLVANIA Governor, John W Gear,, Cumberland, t-ec'yofCom. - Frank Jordan, - Bedford Dep. Secretary, J. M. Weakley. . ' Auditor Gen - John F.Harlranft, Montgomery Surveyor Gen.- J. M. Campbell, - Cambria. Attorney Gen. - P. C Brewster, - Philadelphia Adjutant Gen. D. B. M'Creaiy, - Erie. State Treasurer, Wm. W. Irwin. - Beaver. Sup. Com Sen 'a J. P Wickersbam. Laneaatar, Deputy Sup't. - C. R. Co turn, - - Bradford, State Librarian. Wien Forney, - - Dauphin. Slpkkmb Coi-bt. Chief Justice. James Thorn n son. Associates. Henry W. Williams, John M. Keed, Daniel A mew. Georre Shirmriuvl S. aions. Philadelpiba, 1st Monday of January. Har- uiirg. tin jionoay ot April. ."anbury. 1st Mon day of October Pittobare. 3d Mona.iv ofOatnhar SrrBKBB Cot-RT Chief Justice. S, P. Chase, of -uio. associate Justices Kathan Clifford, of inaine.eainuei nelson, of New York. David Da Tis. of Illinois. Noah H Swayne, of Ohio. Sam uel F. Miller, of Iowa. Stephen J. Field, of Oal IjUjj ",el JUSUC8 osoo.of Associates $,- H. F. BIGLER & CO., DEALERS IK HARDWARE, . basctactcbibi or Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, CLEARFIELD, PA. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, er ALL KISBS. ALSO, Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Tracks, Copying Presses, Improved Money Drawers, As., fob 0 ALB BY II. F. BIGLER k CO., Dealers in Hardware, March 18 J Clbabfibld, Pa. 187. SAWS! S A W S !! DISTON, CROSS CVT, MILL, DRAG, AND CIRCULAR SAWS, for sale by II. F. BIGLER A CO. THE CLEARFIELD WOOD CHOPPERS' AXE, Manufactured expressly for the CLEARFIELD TRADE, for sale by H. F. BIGLER A CO. FRUIT CANS, Manufactured from best charcoal tin, Grooved and soldered on outside, WARRANTED. A1J0,GLASS F3.UIT JARS, for sal by H. F. BIGLER A CO. COOK STOVES! SPEAR'S CALORIFIC, SUSQUEIIA NNA, SUPERIOR, . GOV.PENN, REGULATOR, NOBLE COOK, If A TIONA L RANGE, ire., $c, And all kinds of HEATING STOVES, On hand and for sale by II. F. BIGLER & CO., SECOXD STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. August 3. 1S70. PINK and White Lining Skins, and Roan Sims t II. BIGLER 4 CO S. THIMBLE-SKEINS and Pipe-boxen, for Was;, ns, forsaleby II. F. BIGLER k CO THO.Vi IRONT! Best bar iron, for ale at the toro of II. F. BIGLER k CO. STOVES of all serfs and sixes, constantly on tnd at H. F. BIGLER A CO S CABLE CHAINS a good article, en hat for sale by JI F. BltiLEK k nd and CO HORSE-SHOES, and horsc-nsils. to be bad at II. F. BIGLER k CO'S. SADDLES, Bridles, harness, collars Ae., for alt II. F. BIGLER A CO'S. GITNS. Pistols and sword cane to ha had at it F. BIGLER A CO S. H ARNESS. Trimmings, and Shoe-findings for o lh Put,y- Pints Glass and Nails, for sale at -VJ-EW LAMPS. Perkins A House's Xon-Explo- for mU by 11AKKT F. BlHLEU A CO L 0 N (t E ST R00 F in the Lnitei States is on Rinek't Sons' Factory, Easlon. Pa.. on third of mil lng and is covered with READY ROO FIXG CHEAP. DURABLE and easily applied. Send for circular and samples to the manufacturers. READY ROOFING CO. June 1-ap. 13, y. No. 64 Courtlami St. N. Y SO fCf 7ear mni expenses to agents to sell -ijUUU the celebrated WIL-ON SEWING MACHINES. The beat machine in the world. Slitcb alike on both sides. One Machine without money. For further particulars, address 25 N.th St . Phil'a. Pa (March 30.'70-3m. "TTINTS X 110l !iE PAISTI.NO," by J. W XI Masury. CI.. 43 p., 4He. Free by mail .n receipt of priee Mscnr a Wbitom, If. V. 3sa. (4 TJOW SHALL WE PAIXTOUR HOUSES?" J. J. By J .W. Mascrt, CI..J20D.. S1.50 rtm by mail on receipt of price. Masibt A Whitob. Jew ior. Ap.13 3m. I. 1 1 i A Hw I made it in A months, with Stcn 1 llll oils. Samples free. A. J. FuDam, June 22,-6m OWAIM S PANACEA, Kennedy's Medical Die IO eovery, Hembold's Ruehu, Bake s Cod Livar -, Jayne sand Ayer s Medicines .for sale by Jn.U HARTSWICK A IKWI5 T ADIFS Tl. r 5. .i . -.. i I ... ta iuv am uaeiui aril XJ tiele ever invented for your use Circulars t rmm Mva U n n .. ...... . .. ...... -..,.Ka, j-. UOI a. I. Jn im GENTLEMEN Tht GrantCigTip isBnovl "KpI'rV ?niple 30 cents. A. Grant. P. O. Box 4390, N. Y. Je 22-3m - TP1D. PERKS A Co's flour, the best in market, for J A aaie uj j. eilAW i. SON. itt.uviniiii iea sets, nest rtnne-ware.4S F. N A U L E . WATCH HAXXB, GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFJELk. The undersigned respectfully Informs his old customers and the publie. that ha has on hand, (and constantly receiving new additions,) a large stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. CLOCKS, b large variety from the best Man ufactory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour spring and Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike and Alarm clocks. WA TCHEStnn assortments fsilver Hunt ing and open ease American patent Levers, plain and full jeweled. GOLD PENS, an elegant assortment, of the beat quality. Alse, in silver extension and dsk holders. SPECTACLES, a large assortment, far and near sight, colored and plain glass. JEWELRY ot every variety, from a single piece to a fall set. ALSO, b fine assortment of Spoons, Forks, but ter k nives, etc., plated on genuine Alabata. ALSO, Hair Jewelry .with pure gold mounting, get np to order. Call and see sample book. All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry car fully repaired and Warranted. A continuance oi patronage Is solicited. Nov. 28th, 1885. H. F. NAUGLE. B. L. RIRD, JP. WEAVER W. POWELL, Beer NOTICE, w "r. ES, SETTS. CLEARFIELD TLANING MILL ALL RIGHT. Messes. HOOP, WEATER A CO., Proprietors, weald respectfully infirm the citisens of the county that they have completely refitted and supplied their PLANI5G MILL, ia this Bereugh, with the best and latest improves! WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, and are bow prepared to execute all orders 1b their lino of business, such as Flooring, Weatherboarding, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and Moldings, of all kinds. They have a large stock ef dry 1 amber en hand, and will pay eash ferelear staff, one-and-a-half inch pannel plank preferred Nov . '67. JJBW 8PRINO STOCK! J. SHAW k SON. Have jest retarned from the east and are bow opening aa entire new steek of geeds la the ream formerly oeenplod by Wm. F. Irwin, on Market Street, which thsy new offer to the Bablie at the lowest sash prices. Their steek eeasists of a general assortment of Dry Geeds, Groceries, Qaeenswaro, Hardware, Beets, Sboea, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Dress Goods, Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Breams, Hails, etc., in fact, everything asnally kept ia a retail store eaa bo had by calling at this stero, or wilt be procured to order. Their steek is well seleeted, and consists of the newest geeds, is or the best quality, of the latest styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for eash, er exchanged for approved country produce. Be sure and call and examine oar stock before making your purehnses, as we are determined ilease all who may faver as with their eastern. May 8. 1R67. J. BH AW A SON. pURNITDRK ROOMS. JOHS GBELICH, Desires to inform his old friends and eastomers that, having enlarged his shop and increased hit facilities fur manafacturing. he is now prepared to make to order saeh furniture as hit bo desir ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash. He mostly nas on nana at bis "f urniture Reams, a varied assortment of furniture, among which if Bl'KEAl S AM) SIDEBOARDS, Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centre. Sofa. Parlor Breakfast and Dining extension Tables. Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jon-ny-L.ind and other Bedsteads. SOFAS OF ALL KIXDS. WORK-STANDS, HAT XVAlHO, ITACU-QIAAUS, St. Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, sad Parlor Chairs; Ami common and other Chairs. LOOKING-GLASSES Of every description on hand, and new glasses far oia irames, wnicn win be put in on very reasonable terms, enihort notice. He alse keeps on hand, or furnishes to order, Tlair, Corn-busk, Hair and Cotton top Mattresses. COFFINS, OF EVERY KIND, Mads to order, and funerals attended with a Hearse, whenever desirable. Also, House painting done to order. The above, and many ether articles aro furnished te customers cheap for cash or exchanged for 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 Marxet street, Clear field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Store." December 4. 1S6I JOHN ttL'ELlCU P. T. I. DR. BOYElt'S PURS WEST BRANCH BITTERS. A Pure. Pleasant. Safe and Reliable Tonic, com pennded 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 most delicata stomach. Warrant ed to contain more med icinal virtue than any bitters at present offered to the publio. IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL. To increase the Appetite to promote Digestion to cure Dyspepsia to cure Fei er and Ague te cure Biliousness to care Constipation to euro Chronic Diarrhea to cure Flatulence to euro Acid Ernctations to cure Nervous Debility to euro Hypochondria to cure Sallowness of the Complexion to euro 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 l PER BOTTLE. A liber! diMrtiuU la tie trad. axcracTDBED Elf LrsivrLT ar A. I. S II A V, CLEAR FIELD. PA.. Dealer In Drugs. Medicines, Chemicals, Dye ciuus, riia, i-ainis, varnisnes. e., ratent Medicines. Pure Wines and Liquors for medical purpo.es. Fancy and Toilet Artioles. and all goods usually kept in a Drag Store, sold cheap. Having omploved E. D. Snvder a irraduaata in Pharmacy who speaks both English sod Uer H. uan, ma unucrnguru (eeis no nesitancy in saying thateustomersean rely upon having the preserip tions properly put up. A. I. SHAW. Feb 2, 1S70. CUR WE5 STILLS' ADVERTISEMENTS, rTEETH f TEETH ! ! x Extracted for 25 Cents, Extracted with the ose of Nitrons Oxyd Oas, and Local Anmathesia, (the oaly harmless and efficient anaesthetics now in use,) by S J. Hays, Surgrmn Deutitt, CMnreutvilU, Pa., Who would hereby most respectfully 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, ever Jenkins' Store, where ho is prepared to receive his customers in newly fitted up Rooms, and do their work in the most skilful and workmanlike manner. AH work done in the latest and most approved styles, and guaranteed. Dr. Hays will be engaged in his office from the 1st to the 23d of each month ; the balance of oath month, he will spend in Glen Hope. Burnside. and Luthersburg, alternately. Parties residing at a distance, should writs to us previous ot their coming. Office hoars, from 8 te 12 o'clock, A. M, and from 1 to o'clock, P. M. - We use none but the very best material, and defy competition for beauty, cheapness, and du rability Give us a call. Curwensville, Pa., May 25, 1870.-feb3y. B W FOUNDRY in Curwermillc The undersigned having entered into ee part nership, in the FOUNDRY BUSINESS, in Curwensrille, weald inform the publio 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 eeuntry foundry. Terms reajmn&ht niJ vnt! l -. change for work. A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. JACKSON ROBISOU Feb.23,'7o-ly. JAMES M. WELCH. ' NEW HOUSE! -NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES!!! IIARTSOCK & GOODWIN, Curwensville, la., Are now receiving, direct from Baltimore, Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Pittsburg, aa im mense stock ot DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, GROCERIES, ift , bought at lower prices than have been made to cny house in the town since the rood old days before the late war. all to be distributed to those whovisit Curwensville for supplies. in accordance with the great sacrifice at which they were bought. LADIES Are particularly invited to eall at Ilartsnck A Goodwin's cheap store, and examine the splendid stock of DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, SUA WLS, FANCY GOODS, ir.t on exhibition. Tliey Defy Competition ! Parties cannot de justice to themselves in buying any or ine necessaries er lile. witnout culling on May 4.'70-3m HARTSOOK A GOODttr IN. CHEAPER than the CHEAPEST." GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES, JUST RECEIVED BY ARNOLD & HARTSHORN, Curwensville, Pa. (One door West First Nat. Bank.) nating Inst returned from the East with a com plete assortment of Uoods, suitable for the Spring rammer iraue. we are now prepared to lur nish all kinds of Uoods ' CHEAPER THAJI THE CHEAPEST." And after thanking our customers for their lib eral patronage during the past year, we would most respectfully ask for a continuance of the same, uur stuck consists of DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. HARDWARE. QUEENSWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE. GROCERIES. BOOTS If SHOES, HATS CAPS. CLOTHING. CARPETS. TOBACCOS. Ere. Also. Flour, Bacon, Salt. Fish, Grain, Ac, Ac, all of which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. tnd the highest market price paid for Grain Wool and all kinds of lumber and country produce. Please give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Satisfaction guaranteed as to quality and prices. ARNOLD A HARTSHORS, Cor. Main a Thompson Sts. April 20V70 Curwensville, Pa, SQUARE TIMBER. E. A. Irvix & Co., Being specially engaged in the business ef bay ing end selling SQUARE TIMBER, would repre sent that they are now prepared to purchase tim ber, del! vored at either Curwensrille, Lock Haves or Marietta, or will take it at any ef these points and sell on commissiea, making snch advances as aro necessary. These eng.ged ia getting out timber will Gad at oar store in Cnrwensville, a very large steek of STAPLE GOODS, ef all descriptions. ALSO, FLOUR, MEAT, RYE, OATS, CORN, aad everything aeoessary for ose ef Lambermon. RAFT ROM, ef all sises.kept on hand in largo quantities, and sold at small advance, by the coil. Alse, PULLEY BLOCKS, SMALL ROPE, Ao Special inducements offered to these manufac turing Square Timber. E. A. IRVIX A CO. Curwensville, Jan. 1J, 180. gAMUEL I. SNYDER, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, ClBABFIBLD, F 4 . good assortment ef Watch-glasses and Keys al- sJ" uh uauu. Rooms on Sennnd Street, onnosita the Court House. (March 2. 1870-tf. o N MY OWN HOOK. Having purchased the entire stock at the old stand of Kirk St Spencer, in Lumber City, I intend carrying on the business aa hereto fore. Mr MOTTO IS TO SELL CHEAP FOR CASH. Thanking our friends and eastomers' for past patronage I solicit a continuance ot the same. Sept. 15th, 1869, ISAAC EIRE. JEW BOOT AND SHOE SIIOP. EDWARD MACK, Market Street, nearly opposite the residence ef II. B. Swoopo. Esq., Clbabpibld, Pa., Would respectfully announce te the ettlxens ef Clearfield and vicinity, that he has opened a BOOT AND SHOE SHOP, in the building lately occupied by J. L. Cuttle.as alawoffice.and that he 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 hand. Give him a call. Jons 24. '84. c. K B A T Z E R, Opposite the Jail. Clearfield, l'cnu'a, Dealer la Dry Geeds, Dress Goods, Millinery Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Steae ware, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Floar. Bacon, Fish, Salt, etc, is constantly receiving new supplies from the cities, whieh ho will dispose ef at the lowest market prices, to oustemers. Before purchasing elsewhere, examine his stock. Clearfield, February 9, 187. D ENTAL PARTNERSHIP. D R. A.M. HILLS desires to inform his patients and the publie generally, that he has associated with him in the practice of Dentistry .S. P. SHAW, D. D. 8 , who is a graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College, and thereloro has the highest attestations of his Professional skill. All work done in the office I will hold myself personally responsible tor being done in the most satisfactory manner and highest order of the pro fession. An established practice of twenty-two years in this place enables me to speak to my patrons with confidence. Engsgementsfrom a distance should be made by letter a few days before tht patient designs coming. Clearfield, June 3, 136S-ly. JJOMR INDUSTRY! BOOTS AND SHOES Made to Order at tbe Lowest Rates. The undersigned would respectfully invite the attention of the citisens of Clearfiel i and vicini ty, to give hiut a call at his shop on Market St., nearly opposite Hartswick at Irwin s drag store, where he is prepared to make er repair anything in his line. Orders entrusted to him will be executed with promptness, strength and neatness, and all work warranted as represented. I have now on hand a stock ef extra french calfskins, superb gaiter tops, As., that I will finish up at tbe lowest figures. June 13th. 186i. DANIEL COSMELLT SOMETHING NSW IN ANSON ViLI.K, Clearfield county, Penn'a. The undersigned having erected, during the past summer, a large and commodious store room, is new engaged in filling it up with a new and select assortinentof Fall and Winter goods, which be offers to the public at prices to suit the times Hisstock of Mens' and boys' clothing is unusual ly extensive, and is offered to customers at from SI A to 520 for a whole suit. Flour, !alt.and Gro ceries, of every kind, a complete assoitnient; Stoves and Stove-pipe, a heavy stock ; Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, in great variety : Ladies' dress goods, furs, and other fancy goods, together with an endless assortment of notions tee tedious to enumerate, always on hand, and sor sale verv cheap. Prints at 10 cents a yard. and other goods in proportion. Now is tbe time re buy. Country produce of every kind, at the highest market prices, will be taken in exchange for goods; and even Greenbacks will net be refused tor any article in store. Examine my stock be fere you buy elsewhere. October 30.1867. H.SWAN. JUST IN TIME! THE NEW GOODS AT A. K. WRIGHT k SONS, CLEARFIELD, PA., Having jnst returned from the eastern cities we are now opening a full atoca of seasonable goods, at our rooms en Second street, to which they respectfully invite the attention ot the pub lie generally. Our assortment is unsurpassed in this section, and is being sold very low for caan. xne siock consists in part or DRY GOODS of the best quality. such as Prints. Delaines. Alpa eaa. Merinos. Ginghams ; Muslins, bleached and unbleached ; Drillings Tickings, cotton and wool Flannels, Cassimera. Ladies' Shawls. Coats, Nu bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts, Balmorals. Ac. Ac. all of wich will be sold low fob casb. Also, a fine assortment of tbe best of M X K B ' W A R , consisting of Drawers and Shirts, nats and Caps, wnig auu ooicb, uanuavrcuieill cravats, eie. Also. Raft Rope. Dog Rope, Raltina Augurs and Axes. Nails and Spikes. Tinware, Lamps and liiup wicas auu coimncys, etc., eic Also, Queensware.Glassware.Hardware.nroce ries. and spiees of all kinds. In short, a general assortment of every thing usually kept in a retail store, alt cheap fr rash, er approved eeuntry proauce. Nov. 2S-iaie-Bel3. WRIGHT A SONS o-20'S AND 1881'S BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED, ON MOST LIBERAL TERMS. . GOLD BOUGHT and SOLD at MARKET RATES. COUPONS CASHED. TACIFIC IT. R. BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. STOCKS BOUGHT and SOLD on COMMISSION y. Chicago, DariTille and Vincenncs First Mortgage 7 per cent. Gold Bonds for sale at 90 and accrued in terest. Accounts received and interest allowed on daily balances subject to check, at sight. D E II A V E N & B RO., 40 SOUTH 3n STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. Mareh . 1870-ly,-Jy 13. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Tubs, Brooms. Churns, Wash Rubbers. Batter Bowls, Coffee Mills. Bath Brick, Hall and Paper and Muslin Blinds, Clothes Boskets, Tea irays. upposite tfj jH, C. KRATEtt. WHOLESALE WINE & LIQUOR STORE- I. L. REIZENSTEIN, BALES IB WIXES AND LIQ UORS, MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. A goad assertmeat for medical purposes always ob hand. April 6, 1870-tf. JAS. T. BRADY & CO., (Successor to S. Jones if Co.,) CORNER FOURTH AND WOOD STREETS, . PI TTSB URGH, PA .. BANKERS, BCT AND SILL ALL EI3I or GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, Gold, Silver and Coupons. Six percent, interest allowed on deposits sub ject to chock. Money leaned on Governmant Bonds. Bonds registered free of charge. Julyl.l 870-1 y. JAMES T. BRADY A CO. IlEMOYAL! REMOVAL! C. KRATZER & SONS, Have removed to tbe large and elegant KEW STORK ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mer rell A Bigler's Hardware Store, where they will be pleased te see their old and new customers. Citisens ef the eounty visiting Clearfield, ana wishing to make parehasos. will find it te their advantage to examine their stock. Goods at eash prices exchanged for all ktads ef country prod ace. Jaa. 0,'6J. look: at this ! BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Musie for Piano, Flute and Tielin ; Blank Account and Pass Books, of every de scription; Paper and Envelopes. French pressed and plain; Pensand Pencils; Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and Premisory Notes; Bleak Legal Paper; White and Parchment -.Brief; Legal cap; Reeerd cap and Bill cap, etc., Will be sold at Wholesale er Retail by P. A. GAUL IK. At the Pest office, ea Market Street, Clearfield, Pa. May i. 1S6S CLEARFIELD ACADEMY. The First Sessioa of the next 6'helastie year of this Institution, will commence on Mob day, the 5th day ef September. 1970. Pupils can enter at any tlroe. They will be charged with tuition from the time they eater te tbe close of the session The coarse of instruction embraces everything included in a thorough, practical and accom plished education of both sexes. 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 his charge Txrms or Tditiob: Orthography, Reading. Writing and Primary Arithmttic. per session, (11 weeks.) $5 SO Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, and nisto rv. S5.00 AlgebrA.Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration Surveying, Philosophy, Physiology, Chemistry Book-keefln:. Botany, aad Physical Geogra phy. 0 Latin, Greek and French, with aay of the a bove branches (12.00 Music. Plane. (30 lessons.) 910.00 ry.No deduction will be made for abscace For further particulars inquire ef Rev. P. L.UARRISON. A. u. July S1.1R67. PrinclpsJ. A. r. aeriTex. a. i. Tosxa B0YNT0N & YOUNG, Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets, CLEARFIELD, PA., MABCIACTCBtBB Of STEAM ENGINES, Mulaj nd Circular Saw Mills, HEAD BLOCKS,VTATER WHEELS, BHAFTIKG. PfLLEiS, BOLTS, and all kinds of Mill work. STANLEY PARLOR STOYKS, COOK STOVES, Heating Stares, Sled Skoei, Plow, aad eaetrngs el all kiads. DEALERS IK Gifards' Injector, Steam Ganges, Steam Whistles Oilers, Tallow Caps, Oil Caps, Gauge Ceeks, Air Coeks, Globe Talvos, Cheek Talvea, Wrought I re a Pipe, Bteasa Pa asps, Beiler Feed-Pamps, Aati-frietieB Metals, Seas Stone Packing, Oam Packing, Ao.. As., December t, ItSS-tf. TO BCIDDIRS.M aila. Glass, Oils, Paints. Cat eine Plaster. Lead, Varnishes. Locks, Hinges, Ae, at reduced prices. Opposite the jail. f f r C. KRATZER. CANNED FRUIT. Capped Plums, Peaches and canned corn, etc , for salo at the Drug Store ef A. I. SHAW . HINKLEY KNITTER. For Familv Use. nrtem S1A IT.:.. asesonlyosB needle, simple, reliable Cil"'?"' r.H w.wtiujg bvui riB. Viiita t - ZV7aa Achild e oper.fit Ackt,VA? r.n. Address, '"T- Hl.XKLEV KsiTTIMSMArBISB Co.. Ba'fc v ??lu' oj.'Jg BROADWAY, N y ' EW STORE AND SAW MILL, AT BALD HILLS, Lleartield county. well selected stock of good!. aT".7d hZ"c field eounty. respectfuilv solieit . .h... w patronage. Fin Iheir stock embraces Dry Goods, Grooerie. jardwareQuecnsware.Tin.w,re.r;.JM,dShM' lats and Caps. aeady-made Clothing, aj , . '' ral assortment of Notions, etc. 4 iney always keep on hand the best qualitv .f lour, and a variety of Feed 7 All SOOdsiold(heftnfnr...l, I Fl ipproved country produce. IlavinK also arooted a StAtm K,. M;n predared to saw all lln.r L.i.. '.- : . r Orders solicited and punctually filled. "' V OA AC,' - " tr. IS. A. IIIWI.v THE "BLEES PATENT" Noiseless, Link Motion, Lock-stiieh SEWING MACHINE Challenges the world in perfection of work strength aud beauty of stitch, durability of con struction, and rapidity of motion. Call and ti amine, and for agencies and circulars, apply AT PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 023 Broatlwav. New Ym-V June IS. I670-.1m. M E N s- TOUT II S" AND boys; CLOTHING. The ahdersl;ned having recently aaded R Ea D y-ma d e ci jo thing te his former business, would respectfully selieitan examination ol his stock. Cir. a practical Tailor be flatters hiuwlf that he is able to offer a better class of ready-made work than has heretofore beea brought to this mar ket. Aay one wishing te buy goods in this Use would save money by calling at his tier, aad making their selections. Also. a full supply ef Gents 'furnishing goods always on hand. Feeling thankful for past favors, he weuld re spectfully solicit a continuanoe ef the same. April 53,:iS09. II. BKIPCE j. b. ssisia. a w.cbabab. : a. a. catsis. NEW FIRM! JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS, WflOLESALK AXD RETAIL DEALKCs ia all kinds ef Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes. lists and t'api, Kotions, Groceries. Hardware, tjueem ware, Wood and Willowware. Fltar, Bacoa, Fish.Salt etc., MirItSt., -CLEARFIELD, PA FOR THE LADIES They have Bonnets. Silks Coborrs. AlpMU, Merinos. Wool Delaines. Lustres. Cir4 hams, Prints, Poplins, Lairns. Suu shades. Handkerchiefs Kid and ether G loves.II osiery .Balajo. rals. Hoop-skirts, aad a general variety of ri boBs, trimmings. Buttons. Braids, etc.. at tbe lowest srlcss, FOR GENTLEMEN' They have Black and Blue Cloths BUck U Fsaey Cassimeresattinetts, Tweeds. M'l to, Water-proof Cloth, Silk. Ssiio aad co Samoa Testings, a'e , la great variety, aad at prices that; will give general satisfaetiea to bayeis. ALSO. A general assortment of Ready mads CIsA log. Hats and Caps, Boots and S. Hardware and Queeosware a e Stock, Wood and Willoaware, nd full stock of Groceries IN FACT, GRAHAM A SONS sell all arlif ei that sually kept in a well regulsted c""r tore,and hence the people gencr." will find it to their advantage to buy goods of tbts. Graia aad eeuntry produ?e taxes exrhange for Gor it- AO. 1S-M BACOIf , Haps. Sides aad "'"gpY4 prices, at FOR SALE ONE HEW CARRIAGE E. A. IRVIN A CO.. CnrwMJ. PRUNES a quantity en hand r.d May J7. OKA"- SALT' SALT!! A prime article "B urn salt, pat up in patent tack- or". pieces, at so so ai Mussor'o. at theetcieof