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CLE AUFIELD, 1 NO Y 16, 1870. To Patbohs. To insure the safe transmission f money by mail, patrons should remit by check .r money-order, or have their letters registered. " , receipt will be enclosed in the first paper afrer the money comes to band: . Penn'a E. E. Summer Arran; ilTria leaves Tyrone at : : Arrives at Osceola at : : : : rhilipsburg at . : " Clearfield at : : -: w,-l Trin lea-res Clearfield a : : Arrives at Thilipsbarg at : : Osceola at : : : : Tyrone at : : ' Bellefonteat : : Lock Haven at : : Williamsportat : : Jement. S.ih a m. 10.35 a.m. ir on a.m. 12 OSp.m 2.30 p m 3 to p. m 4.00 p. IB 5.30 p. m 8.1A p. m. 9 50p. m. 10.50 p. in. Accommodation Train. Lsaves Clearfield at : . : : : : Arrives at Philipsburg at : : Osceola at : : : Intersection at : : Tyrone at : : : B Expre?" leaves Williamsport at Arrives at l ock Haven at . : Bellefonte : ; ' Intersection at : : Osceola at : t ; : Philipsbueg at ; : Clearfield at : : : 7.00 A. M. 9 40 a. m. 10.25 a. m. 1 OH p. in. 1 20 p. in. SHI) a.m. 10.10 a m. 1140a m. 1 .OS p. in. 2 4A p. m. 3 33 p. m. 6 00 p m. C!o connections m.i(ie at Tyrone with trains Fast and West on the Maine Line. Prnger leaving Clearfield at 2.30 p. ni., reach Williamsport at 10 SO p. m. the same day. Panersleavin;r Williamsport at 8 00a m. reach Clearfield at 6,00 p m. the same day . Ksr.niious. Divine services will he held next S.iljlatli, in Ck'urfield, as follows : By Rev. Hall, in St. Andrew's Episcopal church, at 1 1 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday .v lmol at 3 l M. 1'iayer meeting every Wednesday evening t 7 o'clock. By Uev. Butlor.in the I're.-byterian church, morning and evening. Sabaath school at a V. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday eremnir at 7 o'clock. By Rev. J. II. M'Cord, m the Methodist chur'-h, inornina; and evening. Sabbath s,lw.il at y A. M. Prayer meeting, every Thursday at il M. Communion serviws First Sabbath of every niomh at 10i A. M. St. Fratu io' ehnrcb Ma.s at lOi A. M., the tecond and fourth Sundavs of each month. Watt: It. The agitation of water works feeins to have died away. We hope the jimject has not been abandoned. Br.AR Shot. Our friend James Morri fon shot a bear cnS, in the "green woods," week before last. lie was a fat little fellow. Via. What has become of the gas com Ta:ry? We have heard nothing of its do itig since in prga-tiizition. V e hope it La-u't fizzled. l'FER. We utid;;iMitd that an nntisnal ly large nuuiber of Jtfer have been killed ta'i far. this tcuon. Venison sella for j retty K''od rices, too. 1'ANTiiF-it Killed. On Sund iy cveninc; t week a ;).int!:'jr's cries were heard near j'owelion, atid a party gwinxii) pursuit, treed h id killed :he vicious bru'.e. Sj tsyn the Tyrone lit rail. Mascsic Hall The now br.ildinq in which is to le located the Masonic Hall, i ctider roof, and rapidly approaching com pleiion. This is decidedly the uiot hand tuu:e building in the place. New Bridge. The Coinuiis.-uir.ers of rirarfield county will receive propo.-a!i for 1 jildinjf a new bridge over the river, : : 1 w t!.e mouth of Client creek, in t iv7!i.-iiip. Contractors are referred to the a iveniseusf nt. ( 'oriiT. The November sessions of our tViirtj- convened on Monday morning last. J -.lice Mayer, and Associate Judges Clyde tiid Wilhelm, on the Beach. The attend Bii'e of raiiies inlerc?tel in liiigat'ort is )e:t- j;ujd. au J, we preiume, much of the Lu.-iiiess will ba disposed of. Tiir. Weather. During the past ,wock we had several heavy fioits, in this regtirn. T -io ground wa fioze quite hard on one or t intriiin;. Oa Monday, the air bemjr lnnrc moderafi, oni3 rain fell, but ml suf fi-:t nt to rai.e the waters to a raftir.g stac. i"now will likely be the next in order. The Coi-rt Room. The Conuuistioners have had the Court Room papered. The de-L-n is panned vrork, looks neat and fresh, and aiids much to the general appearance J an 1 ciimf n t of the room. The Coimn-s- : fvtiers deserve credit for the itnprovenierits tu-'y have made about the public buildings. Ili.-.r about the new jail? Tin: Academy. L5y reference to the d-VL-riiseuierit, it will be sc-eu that the second -ai-'u of the present scholastic year, of the Aca ieiiry, will rvmoienej on Moiiday, No Triaber2!st. Instruction in vocal and in t iumtntal music, under a competent teach is o-.e of the feature? of this institution, i iv,-Xi will find it to their advantage to -r.I their children to the Academy. New 0;i. SrniKES. We see by the Law- n:.,v:iurc huhuleut, that the Clcarfleld w.!!. No. 2. owned by Messis. John M'- i.;-!r?ioy, T. J. M.Cuiloah, Isaai SeoOeld -' i oihfj-, i- pro dueitig fifteen barrels of '! i'T dav. IVil'ing had !o be suspended If - r.- it was at its con'.empiated depth. It l.. diiik-d deeper as soon as it can be ''' "hitdi wt!l, no doubt, uu prove it i-u;!i. 'ATal Ai i ioE.NT On Monday, Xovem "''), Mr. M:itt'l.-W Stott, of Bogss "!ih;p, in-: with an .icciJenc th.it prov fttatil. In the nnruiti ofth it day, he out in full heakh and vigor, to tear i-i an oM loir barn. While engaged at orn. he fdl iVoui the top of thj building tlie ground, a distance of about 21 feet. Ik- wx fpiioily carried into hii houM,wlien, p."'a eitaniiuation, it was found that the !'-.: ! j'.vcr part of his body was paralyzed. J'i Tor mo iical attendance was secured, but 1 injuries were of such a character that no !-'. -!" ouM be administered. N'Kwitl, .landing he had lost all sensation the affected part3, his mental faculties .-re in full vigor for upwards of 24 hours. He suffered little or no pain, and breathed r.is la.,t about 5 o'clock on Wednesday lemming, the 9th, aped 45 years. The de ;ised was a native of England, lived in t:iw Country about twenty years, and had the " I'litatum of an honest, upright, frugaland ' 1 ustrious citizen. He leaves a bereaved v He, and several brothers aud eistera, to i-urn his loss, while all his neighbors and watotanevs deeply regret his sudden For Sale a No; 12 Speer's Revolving Light Anthracite coal stove and pipe, mar ly new. For further information apply to Henry E. Snyder. Those who are sick, or afSicted' with any chronic diSculty, should without delay write for Dr. Hamilton's New Treatise, sent free to any address. R. Leonidas Hamil ton, M. DM P. O. Bos 4,952, N. Y. City. Sept. 26,-Ct. Hokses fox Sale. J. H. Wilson' will bell at public sale, on Thursday, November 17th, 1S70, at the Mansion House, in Clear field, ten horses, suitable for lumbering. Several pairs of these horses are clooely mated. Sale to commence precisely at 10 o'clock a. in. A credit of sixty days will be given or 2 per cent, off for cash. A BWrrNGCisHED Foreigner. M. Du Chaillu,the great French Explorer.who has traveled more than eight thousand miles through the wilds of Equatorial Africa, will deliver a lecture'in the Court House, on Wednesday evening, the 23d inst. This will be a rare opportunity for all to hear from the greatest of living travelers, a de scription of that heretofore unknown re gion of our Globe. M. DuLhaillu's reputa tion, as a lecturer, stands second to none. No one should fail to go, as the lecture will be highly instructive as well as entertaining. Iu another column wiir be found the proper advsrtiseuisut. Reei ilding. The frame of the new Steam Saw Mill, of the Moshannon Land & Lumber Co., of Oseeola, is being raised upon the site of the old mill which was destroyed by fire. Iu si ape the building is nearly square, resting upon solid foundations of masonry and mipported by the most massive timbers. Everything about it has a look of solidity, strength and durability rarely seen. We believe this mill is intended to be larger and of greater capacity for turning out lum ber than the old one. The boilers, six in number, which passed through the fire, have been repaired, and, we suppose, will be used, as they were protected from the enormous heat of the conflagration by the boik'r house of brick. IViilipsburg Journal. Highway Robbery. The J'hilispbuig Jonnt'il of tiie 12t!i int., t-ays : A daring robbery and most high-handed outrage was committed, on the Tyrone pike, about two miies distant from this ?!ae9; on the even ing of Wednesday, the 9tb inst. James F. Sboon, an old re. ideut of thi.-i place, who follows the occupation of teaming, basbien ngaged durins the Hummer in Huntingdon county hauling bark, with two niuic teams, and having .)i.-hed his season's la bor, started homeward on Monday, with the proceeds i f his labor and the .-.ale o' cue EiTiV, amounting in ail to ?423.i.), in his pocket. Nothing occurred on bis journey out jf the ordinary lino of events until ho was within tnro miles of home, about eight o'clock iu tliu evening, when he observed three men on foot coming tip the road to wards hiui. When opposite to him, the largest, a powerful-looking man, stepped forward, at the same time producing and cocking a revolver which he pointed at the head of Mr. Shoop, ordering him to hah and demanding bis money. A second of the robbers at the auie time came up be hind him and thrust a gg into his mouth, fat-teniii',' it behing his head. This gag was a stout chestnut limb, about one and one half inches in diameter and twenty inches in length. They then bound his wrists be foie Lhu with a halter chain taken from the harness of one of the mules, ruling down the cuffs of a piir of gauntlet gloves which he wore, in order, as o;e them said, to "make him comfortable." lis was searched, the money taken from his pocket book and the empty receptacle thrown back into the wagon. The robbers led him to a stout saplinn, the top of sliich they bent over and inserted under the chain hatwecn hi wrists, allow ing it to spring back as far as possible to its upright position, the weight of Mr. Shoop barely sufficing to sway it sufficiently to give him a foothold upon the ground, his arms being extended at their full length above his head Ly the tension, and his head thrown back by the long gag striking his arms. In this position of extreme torture he Was left by the robbers, srbo after they bud securely tied ihe lead and one of the wheel mules at the side of the road made off with their booty, the poor man's earnings of a summer of hard labor. He was discovered in this situation on Thursday morning aoout sis o'clock by Mr. Isaac II iil, of Clover Run Mills, four miles dis tant, who v. as driving to town fora workman to repair the mill having been suspended in this horribly torturing manner for ten hours during a cold November night, his only relief consisting in having, by his ef forts to free himself, removed the gag from from bis mou'.h about four o'cioek. The fingers of his hands were swollen so that they stood out from each other, and from stoppage of circulation were paralyzed and useless. Mr. Shoop offers a reward rf $100 for the return of the money and the appreheusion of the thieves, whom he describes as fol lows: One about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches in height, weighing about 165 pounds, and having a bushy beard ; the second was about the same height but not so heavy, and was smooth-faced ; the third was about 5 feet C or 7 inches in height, portly built, and wore a moustache, and had on a gray coat. The others had on dark coats. Each one had a haversack at his side, such as arc usiially carried by soldiers or hunters, and all three wore caps. A young lady, upou one occasion, reques ted her lover that he should deSnj love "Well, Sal." saidhe,"it is to me an inward inexpressibility and outward all ovcrish ness." MARRIED. On Thursday, October 20 h, 1S70, by E. Hiltebrand. Esq., Mr. David Miller, and Miss Isabella Cochran, both of this county. On Tuesday eveniner, November 1st. 1870. by Rev. Teorge W. Warren. Mr. J. K. P. LlOATCAP, formerly of Clearfield, and Miss Jennie Baker, of Holiidaysbunr. On Thur-day, Nov. 3, 1S70, by Rev. J. H. Sargent, Mr. Patrick Gom.agher, of Wallaceton, and Miss Mary W. CROSS, of Boggs township. From the Counties Aronnd TTs. Blair County. Says the flollidaysburg Rsg&iter : Two men, Michael Derham and Thomas Doolan, whilst irepariis a blast at the Blair Iron and Coal Company's ore bank, near town, by some mismanagement or de fective fuse, in striking the needle, caused a premature explosion, resulting1 in the prob able death of Doolan and disabling of Der ham. Derham's right eye was blown out, one finger of right hand blown off, fracture of right knee aud face, and neck burned to a crisp. Doolau's both hands were torn off, which necessitated an amputation of both arms. His face and neck were terribly burn ed. . . .Mrs. Betsy Mathers, of Frankstown township, was found dead in-her barn-yard on Sunday a-week. Her death is supposed to have been caused by appoplexy or heart disease. Her husband, James Mathers, was found dead near the same spot, eleven years ago. Erie County. The city of Erie is now lighted by natural gas. Wells have been put down and a supply of the ethereal ele ment has been procured, not only to light up the city, but to furnish fuel for many of the private dwellings and manufacturing purpo ses. Thirteen of these wells are now in suc cessful operation and others are being sunk. Gas is found at the average depth of 550 feet and the average yield per well is 20,000 cu bic feet per day. Centre County. On Wednesday a-week, a load of boards fell on Scott Miles, of Port Matilda, producing a dislocation of the ankle and a compound fracture of the leg. . . .Jo seph Eckley, brakesman on the B. & S. S. freight train, got his hand smashed on Mon day a-week. . . .A son of Joseph Hull, of Valentine's works, jumped on a train, hauled by mules from the Forgo to tho station, and falling between the ears had both of his arms broken. . . .Wonder in what Dictionary the editor of the Bollefonle Republican found the word "comuionuted ?" Cambria Cocnty. A son of Peter Berg, of Cambria township, met with a severe ac cident on Friday a-week. He was at the time engnged with bis brother in making eome repairs in his father's taw mill, when a mallet, which his brother was using, flew out of his hand, striking him in the face and cutting him badly. . . .A destructive lire broke out in the residence of A. Stem mer, in Johnstown on Saturday evening a week, and before the flames could be stayed, the greater portion of the building was de stroyed. The fire originated from tho ex pio.don of alighted iamp which l ad been been left on the (able in one of the sleeping chambers. . . .Three dogs Liiled three sheep for Mr. Evan Griffith, of Ebvusburg, on Tuesday night a-wef-V. The next morning three dogs hung as high as Hainan, and the death of the sheep was avenged though the hiui loo wa.s not saved. Clearfiold Eetail Markets. COrtRECTBD WKr.KI.T bv n. MOSSOP. Apples, d.-iert, lb. 12 Hny, ton, 12 (r0 Af.ple.i. greiu. bu, 03 H:iuis. lb. 2S Applebutter, gal, 1 00 Shoulders, lb, 17 llutter. lb, 35 f SMci. lb, 20 Beef, fresh, lb, 10 Liird. lb. 2i e.-f. dried, lb, 25 f'ars. bu. (70 liuek wheat, bn, 1 00 Onions, bit, 1 00 Uuck wheat lluur. lb ft l'ork. 1!. 11 Hearts, bu. 2 S Pork. me.s. bbl, 33 00 BuJ. per M. 14IKI Potatoes, bu, 60 Cnrn. ulielled, 1 00 Plaster. brl. 3 SO ' ears, 50 Peaches, dried, lb. 13 " meal, 2 50 Uye, ha. 1 25 Chop. rye. 2 SO IW, lb. 3 ' mixed. 2 30 Salt, per sac&J, J SO Cheese, lb. 2 Sliinirlcs, iS in. 5 00 Cherries. Ib, IS Sbiozlos 25 in, 12 00 Chicker.a.drcsEsed.lb, 15 Timothy seed, bu, 8 00 Egcs. 25 Whe it. ba, 1 BO Fiour. bbl. 7 50 Wool. lb. 40 CLOSING PiUCES OF DkHAVKN' X 40 Somh Third Street, Philadelphia. 3 o'clock P. 51. Noreinbor 12, IS70. IT S U s of IsSl. 113 I). S. 8's of ISS2. HO ti S. fi'aof 1SU, 109 V S. 6 of 10'J tr. S. IT of ISii'i, nei, 10S V. S. 6' of IS7, new, 109 V. S. 6'sof HfiS, 109J U. S. 5's, 10-40'. MM V. S. 30 year (i per cent Cy., 1I2J Tue Compound Interest Notas, 19 Gold, HO silver, H2 linion Pacific R. U 1st M. Bon is, S20 Central Pujifitf K. It.. 'n Pacific Land Grant Ttnnda. 720 BRO., I mi in'.' ll'9i lo-i 10'. 109 10-1 11 21 noj 115 830 o0 730 CI LOSING QUOTATIONS of Goyernment Seeu ) rities. at J T. Rrady A Co'a, No. 69 Wood St. Pilisburgh, Noyoaibor 12, 1870. Br V SELL Gold, mi mi U. S. 6-8 IRS!. 1131 H31 V S. 5-20V IN2, 1131 1124 U. S. S-20. isfil. IIOl lll'i U. S 5-20'. 1Mb, HOI 1 10 j U.S 10-40'. 1"71 107 5-20'.. JaDury A Ju!y,lRB5, 119 119 5-20's, January A July. I S-17, lli 1191 5-20'a. .January A July. 105i, 119i llUi I'niou Pacific Railroad. 87J Central Paoifio Kailroad, 92i Cy. Pacifies. 1 02 C. KUATZER & SONS are receiving a splendid stock of CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, LACE CURTAINS, VTINDOW SHADES, COUNTERPANES AND QUILTS, LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS, LADIES SILKCOATS AND OVERSK1RTS, ELEGANT SUAWLS 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 FANCT SILKS, FINE BLACK ALPACAS, UNEQUALLED STOCK LADIES' AND CHILDREN' S SHOES AND GAITERS, MEN'S CALF AND FHENCI1 KIP BOOTS, HE AVT CALF BOOTS, $5, MEN'S AND BOTS' FINE AND HEAVY SHOES, BEST STONE TEA SETTS, $5, CASSIMERES VERT 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, 1SG9. TERMS OK THE JOl'BSAL. The Rafts ak'i Jocrsal is published on Wed nesday at 92-00 pet annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning of the year, $2.50 trill be charged, and 3.00 if not raid before the cloe. Advcrtisbihsts will be inserted at SI. 50 per square, for three or less insertions Ten lines (or less) counting a square. For every additional insertion 50 cents will be charged. A deduction will be ruade to yearly advertisers Us subscription taken for a shorter time than six months, and no paper will be iiscuntinued un tf Hall arrearages are paid.except at tae option ol the publisher. S. J. ROW. rOOT3! BOOTS!! BOOTS!!.' BOOTS ! FKfiNCn KIP, fki:nch CALF, 5 00 & 00 5 en L1UHT Kir, at C. KRATZER'S, Opposite the Jail. Sep. 21, 1870. T?OR SALE Tlie farm of John Spack man, late of Girard Township, dee'd, consisting of about one hundred and seventy two acres of govd farmrnx land, (most of which is cleared.) and having theieon erected a good bouse aud barn, and the usual conveniences of a pleasant home. For terras and further particulars apply to T H..ML'KKY, AU y for the heirs aud persons interested. June 22. '70. -tf. IMPORTED LIQUORS, svea as BRANDIES and HOLLAND fJ.VS, 1'TTKK OLD fill A PE lilt ATf DIES, PURE OLD CAUI.XUT WHISKEYS. OLD GRAPE IV.VKS, All tb above brands warranted pure' btkJ to excel auytbing in this inurket for medicinal par pose U KO . N . CO L B U R N . March 3O.'70-tf 1'rop'r of Shaw House. Co-Partnership in Store. C. A Rorobaugh having associate! with him in the Mercantile businc?s, in Lewisville, Clear field county, Mr. C. R. MeCrackon, solicits a con tinuance of the patronage so geucrourjy extended heretofore Having just returned trom tho eastern cities their stoc euibiaues a largo and varied assort ment of Dry UoodN, Groceries, Hardware, Queens wars, and in fact nearly everything Ufu ally kept in a country storu, which they will sell at prices to suit the times. Country produce taken in exchange for good C. A. ROROBAUGH. May IS, '70. If. C 11. McCRACKEN TOBACCO AND CIGARS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, At the New Tobacco and Cigar Store of IT. S II A W, Two doorj eiut of the Pojtoflics Clearfield. Pa. Constanlly on hand a fine assortment of Navy , Congress CavendLih, Cable. Spunroll, Michigan and Century Fine cu: Chuwinjj Tobacco: la. Also, a large and well selected stock of Imported and Doiues'.ic Cigars. Smoking Tobaccos, Aleersohaum and Briar Pipes, Pipe fixtures, Tobacco "oxes. Cigar Holders, and everythin2 generi1 I"UhJ in a we'l regulated Cigar and Tubiicco Store. t'VItcmoinbar the pl.u'e : Two doors east of tho PostcSce, Clearfield, Pa. Aug. 24', '70. Q U S Q U K II A N N A HOUSE, Curwensvillc, 1'a. The undersigned having taken charge of this well known Hotel, re-spetfully soli. -.its a share ot patronage. Tho house has been refitted and re furnished and now compares favorably with any other house in tlieeounty. The best of everything the market affords will be served up to guoets. Ohatges tno.lerat. KLI lill'.I, Sc- t. 2S. lH70-tf. Proprietor. rpilE ' E A a L E II O T E L," Main 8t.. Curwensvi'le, l'a. Having leased for d term of years the above well kpown and popular Hotel (formerly kept by Mr. Mason, and lately by Mr. Foute), and having newly refitted and refurnished it, the present proprietor feels assured that he can render entire satisfaction to guests sojourning with him. A fine, large stable and vard is attaehed, for the eare and protection of horses, carriages and wagons. A thure rf patronage is solicited May 4.T0-I yj A J. DRACcKEH. Prupr. T n "s ii aw nous K," X. MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD. PA. GEORGE N. COLBURN, :::::: PnopRrETOR Thishousa was lately completed and just open ed to the public is newly furnished. and provided with al 1 the modern improvements of a first cUss hotel. It is pleasantly located, iu the business pari of the town, and near to ihe publie build ings. A share of patronage is respectfully solic ited Charges moderate. The bestof Liquors in the br-r. March 30.'7O-tf. T HE LEONAltD HOUSE, (Sear the Railroad Depot), Eeed Street, Clearfield, Ta. G. D. GOODFELLOW : : : : : PtoraitTon. A new first class Hotel in every respect com fortable rooms all the mouorn improvements the be.rt of Liquors promptattendance.and rea sonable ebarges. The patronage of the publie is respectfully solicited. jy 2l-lf. rpHE WONDERFUL LINIMENT. This Liniment havine been ns.--d, for same yeais pastas a fnmi'y medicine by the pro prietor, ami its good effects coming to the notice of his neighbors, bas. at their suggestion, con sented to manufacture itfor the benefit of the af fiictod everywhere. It is the best remedy for Cn'arrh and IiilHous Cholio. ever offered to the public; and triil cure many other diseases in tho human body. It is also a sure cure for Pole evil and Wind-g.iils in horses Directions for its use accompany each bottle. Price. SI por bottle, or six bottles for S5. Sent to any address bv enclos ing the price to WJI. U. WAGONER. Ilurd Postoffice, Oct. , 1S69. Clearfield courty, Pa. NEW DRUG STORE. W. P. Alexaxdkr, M. D., DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, C UJ1 W EN S V I LLE, PA . Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of DRUGS, TATEXT MEDICINES, PAINTS AND OILS, VARNISHES, DYE STUFFS, kc, kc. Hi stock of lrugsispure and fresh, and custo mers can raly upon getting the best of everything in his line. HIS STOCK OF PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES, Hair Tonics, Cosmetics, Brushes, Toilet Soaps, Combs, Pocket Rooks, Pens, Inks, Pen cils auc Paper, and a general assortment of this class of goods, are all of the very test quality and latest styles. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, Tor Medical purposes only. Glass, Putty, Lubricating Oils, 4o., to injt the wants of the community. His extensive and well selected stock of Drugs and Medicines enables him to fill Physicians' Pre tsejiptions on short notice and on the most reason able terms. Smokors and Chewers will find his stock of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. Cigars, and Snuff to consist of the very best brands in the market. A share of public patronage is solicited. Aug. 31-3m. W. B. ALEXANDER. NEW MARBLE WORKS. Opposite the Jail, CLEARFIELD, PKJiX'A. Monuments, Grecian Tombs. French Couchea, M antlea. Table Tops. Washing Ranges, Garden Statuary. Terra Cotta Ware, of every description. Head aud Foot Stoaet, of New and beautiful de signs, all of which we offer at city prices, or 25 per cent less than any other establishment in this county. Having a large experience in the busi ness, we guarantee satisfaction in all cases. Or ders thankfully received and promptly filled in the best workmanlike auaunet S A. GIBSON. May 11, 1S70 -tf. James Wattow. Agent. STUMPS!STUMPSH The undersigned have purchased the right ot Clearfield county for Enoch Farnswortu's Stump Extractor, patented June 7th, 1H70 This is decidedly rhe most eonvenient, most durable, and best uia.-'uine of the day. Wet weather will Dot effect it. the working part being all of iron. The machine is easily set up. aud will work any place that can be plowed. We will sell machines at a small profit on cost, and will try to make it to the advantage- of farmers to buy them. We solicit orders from those wanting machines. U. T. FARNSWOKTH, Clearfield Pa., J B. GARRISON, GEO. II. HALL; Agent. Curwensville, Pa Clearfield. Pa. July I3.'7Q. MISS H. S. SWAN'S, School for Girls, Clearfield, IV The Fall Term of Fourteen weeks will com mence ou Monday, September 5th, 1S70. TKiiJfi or Tl'ITIO. Reading. Orthography, Writing, Primary Arithmetic an-f Primary Geography, per term, (of 14 weeks). " $7 00 History. Local and Descriptive- Geography with Map Drawing. Grammar, Mental and Written Arithmetic, 9 00 Botany. Geology, Physiology, Natural Phi losophy, Physical Geography. Algebra, Rhcioric. Etymology and Latin, 12 00 OTI Painting. (21 lessons), 12 00 Mon.Vliromaiic Drawing, 19 AO Crayon. 6 09 Pencil Drawing, (no extra charge). Instrumental Music. (3d lessons). U W Wax Flowers and Fruits, with materials, at teacher's charges. For full particulars send for Circular. Clearfield, August '7, 170-ly 5-2 O'S AND 1881'S BOUGHT, SOLD AXD EXCHANGED, ON MST LIBERAL TERMS. a o l i) BOUGHT and SOLD at MARKET RATES. COUPONS CASHED. PACIFIC K. 11. POXI)S BOUGHT AND SOLD S T 0 C K S BOVGIlTaiid SOLD on COMMISSION nuly. Accouuts received ar.J iatera. t allowed on dai!y balances subject to check, at sight. I) II A VEX & into., 40 SOUTH 3 STREET, PHILADELPHIA. March 2. l.S7l!-ty.-fy 13. FAIR BANK'S STANDARD SCALES, OF ALL K I XVHA LSO. IMl'l'.OVKD MONEY DRAWER. Fairbanks, Morse cc Co., M.30-6in. 12 Second Av.. Pittsburg.J'a I I ST EN TO THE MOCKING KIK I) The Prai J rie Whistle and Animal Imitator can be ued by a child It is made to imitate the song of every bird, the neigh of a horfe, the bray of an a.-s. the gruut of a hog. Birds. Peasts and Snakes are en chanted and entrariped by it. It is used by Dan liryanr, Charley White, and all the Minstrels and Warlilers. Ventriloquism can be learned in threo days by its aid. Sent anywhere upou receipt of iticantV; 3 for 2i eenis ; 7 for 50 cents ; lilofSl. Address 'A', w. VA1.I.NTIM.' Ocl2!in. Box 372 Jersey City. X.J. STBRANCH RESTAURANT AND Ladies' Oyster Saloon, O-t SECOND ST.. IlEbOW HAKKET, CLEARFIELD, PA. Constantly kept t n hand a selected assortment ol Candies, Nuts, Cigar3, Tobacco, Jto. Also fro ih Oysters received daily, and fur sale by the dozen or hundred. J. M. MACOMCER, Oct. 12.'70. Proprietor. NEW MEAT MARKET. The undersigned have opened a Meat Market in the room formerly occupied by Alex Irvin. on Market Street. ClearSeld, Pa., adjoining; Mossop's, where they intmd to keep a full (upply of All Kinds of Meat, Fruit and Vegetables, and at prices' to suit the limes. Their shop will be open regularly, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and meat delivered at any point. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. M. G KKOWN, Aug. 31, '70 tf. E. W. BROWN. Also continue to ,?eal in all kinds of improv ed Agricultural Implements, N E W TJj SHOP! Fked Sackett, Manufacturer of TIN, COPPER and SHEET IRON WARE (nearly opposite the jail), MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. Also, on hand and for sale "The Times" Cook Stove, the best in the world, And an asroitment of PARLOil and SITTING ROOM STOVES, which will be sold cheaper than they can be puuh ised at any other establishment iu the county. ALSO, ROOFING, SPOUTING and JOB WORK dona on reasonable terms. April . 1S70. R E M 0 V A L . 1IARTSWICK & IRWIN, DRUGGISTS, Market St., Clearfield, Pa, Wo beg leave to Inform our old and now ensto mors, that we have removed oar establishment to the new building just erected on Market street, nearly adjoining the Mansion House on tho west, and opposite Graham & Sous1 store, where wo re spectfully invite the publie to come and buy their DRUGS, CHEMICALS.. PATENT If EDI- C1NS, OILS. PAINTS AND VAKNISHS. Go retook of Drugs and Mediuinesconsist of every thing used, selected with the greatest care, and WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE! W also keep a lull stock of Dyes, Perfumeries Toilet arliolee. Soaps. Tooth Brushes. Hair Brush es, Whitewash Brushes, aud every other kind of Brushes. We have a la go lot of White Lead, Turpentine, Flaxseed Oil, Paints, and in faet everything used in the painting business, which wo oiler at City prices to cash uuyers. TOBACCO AND SEGARS, Confectionery . Spices, ar.3 the Idrgcct stock of va rieties ever offered in this pla'-a, and warranted to bo of tho best tii market a fPrds J. O. HAKTSWICK, Dee. 2, 1S6S. JOHN K. IRWIN. Marble and Stone Yard. MRS. S. S. LIDDELL, naving engaged in tba- Malble business, desiaes to inform her t riends, aud the public, tharshe has now and wil I keep constantly on band a larye and well selected stock of ITALIAN AXD VERMONT MARBLE, and is prepared to furnish to ord ar TOMBSTONES. BOX AND CRADLE TOMBS, MONUMENTS, in Sand stone and Marble, CURB3 aad POSTS for Cemetery lots, WINDOW SILLS AND CAPS. ARCHITECTURAL AND LAlfX ORNA MENTS, $r. She would invite special attention to her Sand--stone Monuments which are built from original designs and will compare favorably with any thing of the kind in the country If desired she can furnish Mart,! VViudow Sills and Caps at a slight advance on the price of Sandstone. Vardou Reed Street, near the Depot. Clearfield; Pa. I.May jt, ljiTd 11 O SAD ALIS riMlE GREAT AMERICAN HEALTH X RESTORER, purifies tho blood and eutes Scrofula SyphHis.Skin Diseases. Rbeu- Omaiir-m. Diseases of women and all Chrou io Aflectioas of rhe Wood, Liver and Kid neys. Recommended by the medical Fac ulty and many Ihouoauds of our best citi lens. Read the testimony of Physicians and pa- Stients who have used Rusudali.; send for our Rosadnlts' Guide to Health Book, or Al manac for this year, which we slish for gratuitous distribution; it w-rll give you much valuable information Dr. K. W ( arr. of Baltimore, sayr: A I take pleasure in recc-uimei ding your j Kosadalis as a vety ponerful alterative. I have seen it used in two cases with happy results one iu sca of secoudary syphilis in which Ihe patient pronounced himself cured after having taken five botiles of Dyour medicine The other is a ca?e of scrof ula of lung standing, which is rapidly im proving under its use, and the indications are that rhe patient will soon recover. I have carefully examined the formula by which your lioaadalis is made, and bud it Van excellent compound ot alieralive iugre. dients. 1'r. Spa-ks. of Nicholasville. Ky.. says he bos used Rosadalis in case of Scrofula and Secondary Syphiliswith satisfactory results aa cleantr of the Biod I know no bet- Itcr remedy. Samuel G. McFadden, Murrreesboro. - Tenn . says : I have' used seven bottles of Rosadalia and am entirely cured of Kheumatum . send me four bottles, as I wfcb it for my brother, v-- who ha? scrofulous sore eyes. ' I Be..j:nnin Bechtol. of Lima. Ohio, writes, -X I have suffered for twenty years with an in veterate eruption over uiy whole body ; a short titoe since I purchased a bottle of Ko sadalis and it efTe.?te 1 a perfect cure Labratory, 61 Exchange Place, Baltimore. CLEMENTS, Jc CO . Proprietor. Rosadalis is sold by Hartswijk A Irwiu and A I. So aw. Clearfield. L. K. Good. Osceola, and bv Druggists generally. April 6.'70-lv ATTENTION, BUYERS READ! READ!! Who sells the cheapest goods In the county 'I M O S S O P ! Who sells Lest calicoes at 12 cts a yard jiossor: Who sells best anblsached muslin at 17 cents7 MOSSOT! Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at $5 00? MOSSOP! Who sells Ball's best Coarse Boots at $4 ? MOSSOP! Who sells Hall's best Kip Boots at $-4,50? MOSSOP! Who sella Hats lower than anybody else? MOSSOP! Whd ells Sugar the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Syrup the cheapest? MOSSOP! Yho sells FloUr the cheapest ? MOSSOP? Who sells Chop and Feed the cheapest? MOSSOP! Who sells Hardware the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who Bells Queensware the cheapen MOSSOP? Who sells. Tinware the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who Efclls Clothing the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Plaster the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Salt the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who first brought goods down to the lowest cash prices ? MOSSOP! Everybody should buy their goods at MOSSOP'S! Clearfield. May 13 18C9. D RIED FRUIT, At redsoed prioes. at . utr tkfirfwi FOR SALE, White Lead, Zine Piint, Li met d Oil: Turpentinr Varnishes of all kinds, Colors, in ail and dry. Paint and Varnish brashes. JiARTSWICK A IRWIN, Clearfield. Pa -l ,'ft. A G K E A T OFFER. Horace Watersy . M Baoadway, Now York, will dispose of ONE HUNDRED PlAXOESi SStR LODKONS and OHaS of six first elaas makers, including Cbicfcering A 60ns, at iikusls iw prices for cash, di :rio.this kusth, or will take, from 55 to S25 monthly until paid. 4-t3-'7V-4y WHO HAS A HOFSE TO PAIXT? V UF.AD1T-MADE COLORS. Known as "Railroad'' Colors .Guaranteed to ber wore economical, more durable and morocouveni ent than any Paint ever Kfuie offered. A bookr enrttled -Plain talk with Practical Faintors," with, samples seat t're by mail on applioat'aj. ilASURV A WHITOX. Gloi4 Wkit and Calmr Wortr, Ap. 13 3mJ 1 1 1 FtUtua St.. Nrtr Yar. Beware of Imitations. Established 1835; Q LEA 15 FIELD NURSERY. Encouiu Act HnviK Industry.. The uudersien. ed having established a Nursery, on- tho Piio halfway between Curwensville and' CJaartielt Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindaof l?rui trees. (Standard and dwarf,) Evergreen". Shrub bery. Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Lawtrn. Black berry. Straw-berry and Raspbciry vines. Alss SibrianCrab trees (juioce and early ScarletRhoa barb. Ac. Orders promptly atteadod to. Addres Ang Z . I$S4 J.D.ItrGUT, Caewansvillo THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS 1 Eighty rtr Th ii'.id.Svrn Hundrtd and Eigk lyoiw MtrAiut- MtJt and Sod thl Past Ytar'. The number exceeds by tkoad-T tne sales of any other Machine. aud the uemand is still io oreasing rHREE THOUSAND PEB WEEK , ARE SOW BEING MADE AND SOLD. THE R ESOAS WHY; Because it embodies essential principles not found in any other Muliiot ; because of its sim plicity of construction, eas of operation, nni fuiuiity of precise anion at any speed. and ca pai iiy for Ihe greatest rauge au I Variety of work, fine or course. Parties wishing to purchase should not fail to examin this boat, of all Sewing Machines. I have the Agency for this Machine, and will keep a full siply on band. Clearfield.Myi.'70 tf J. S. SHOWERS. NEW STORE. Corner of Second St. aad Hill Read. K. MITCHELL Has just received and opened, at the above eam sd place, an entire bow stock of Spring and Summer Goods, which be will sell very cheap lor cash. His atck consists of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queeusware. Boots aud Shoes, Hats and Caps, Ready made Clothing, ets. Ho also keeps choice Flour, Corn Meal, Chop feed, Eacon, Fish and dried Fruits. Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair rates are respectfully requested to give him a sail. Approved country produce will bo taken, at the highest prices, in exchange tor goods. Clearfield. Jane IT, 183. BARGAINS IS ALL KINDS OF GOODS AT THE M A M M OT H STORE OF THU Mosiiaanon Land and Lumber Co.s OSCEOLA, Clearfield County, Penn'a rpHK UNIVERSAL DIAL is a curious inveo L tion. and perfect socoess. lis simplicity and accuracy are truly wonderful. See TheOld, Clock on the Walt," ia asothor column. jOUSta II