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as m K4 i'i "1 s " --.is "ft i' ,; 'i gov the farmer. Is ocr Wnr.AT Land Running Out? We think not. There are farmers who raise as much wheat per acre aa they ever did. They have no better land than their neigh bors. There is no difference, except that they farm better. We may not bjaMe to raise wheat as easily as wheu the. anu was new and full of organic matter from the de cay of leaves. But if more labor is requir ed, we get a more than corresponding in crease in price. So that, in point of fact, farmers are better off than formerly. -ur mistake is in trying to raise wheat with as little preparation as when tin' land was new. The farmer who nnderdrains his land, works it thoroughly, and keeps clean, who makes rich manure, and does not crop his land too frequently, can raise as much wheat as he ever could. There can be no doubt on this point. Wc are confident that such farming will pay and at all events, if it will not pay, poor farming certainly will not. We never beard of a case where good farming failed to afford handsome profits. The Best Site for an Orchard. Do dart first ob.-erved that trees pushed their branches in a direction parallel to the sur face of the earth. If a tree stands on a steep hillside, it pushes both toward thehi! and the declivity ; but on both sides it still preserves its branches parallel to I he surface. The most fruitful orchards and most fertile trees are those planted on a declivity, and the steeper it is, (hough not quite a preci pice, the more prolific they prove. It is well known thnt the spreading of trees always renders them fruitful. On a plane they in cline to shoot upward and therefore art is employed by skillful gardeners, and applied in various ways, to cheek their perpendicu lar and promote their lateral growth. But this poiut is obtained on a declivity by Na ture. Hints ON Colts. 1. Remember that the early part of the life of a colt determines in a great measure, whether at maturity the animal will be highly valuable or worthless. 2. Observe carefully and early howa colt carries his feet, his tore feet in particular. If he inclines to carry them too near the ground, turn him into a pasture which has a very rough surface. In this way he will et into the habit of raising his feet high. 3. If he inclines to point his toes down, so as to make him likely to trip, he ought to be shod early, and the shoes should be made thick before and thin behind, to give him a habit of raising his toes. 4. By all means use kindness and gentle ness towards a colt, so that be may become docile, fearless, and put confidence in his master. Corn or Oats. "I feed my horse well, but somehow he looks rough coated and don't seem to do very well." "What kind of provender do you give him ?" '"Oats, and plenty of them." That's what's the matter. Too many oats. Ilalf the amount of oats and the rest in corn would, no doubt, work an improvement in him. We have found out that horses should not be fed entirely with oats for provender. They need something else. Give them corn or corn-meal part of the time, or a mixture of oats and corn, and see if they do not im prove. And. by the way, don't forget to give him, twice a week, a mess of potatoes as a medicine. OUSQUEHAX N A HOUSE. Curwensville, Pa. The undersigned having taken charge f this well-known llutel. respectfully solicits a share ef patronage. The boue has be"n refined ai:d re furnished and nit compares favorably with any ether house in the county. The best of everything the market affords will be served op to guests. Charge? moderate. ELI BLOOM. Sept. 23. lS70-tf. Proprietor. rpHE "EAGLE HOTEL," Main St., Curwensville. Pa. Having leased for a term of years the above well krown and popular Hotel (formerly kept by Mr. Mason, and lately by Mr. Fonts), and having newly refitted and refurnished it. the present proprietor feels assured that he can render entire satisfaction to gue?tssJour!iinzith him. A fine, large stable and yard is attached, forthevare ind protection of horses, carriages and wagons. A (bare of patronage is solicited May .t. TQ-ly 1 A J. DRAUUvEF. jrop'r rp II E "S II A W IIOUS E," MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD, FA. GEORGE N. COLBURN, :::::: Proprietor This house was lately completed and just open ed to the public is newly turnUbed.and provided with al I the modern improvements of n first-class hotel. It is pleasantly located, in the business part of the town, and near to the public build ings. A share of patronage is respectfully solic ited. Charges moderate. The bestof Liquors in the bar. March 30,'7o-tf. o N M Y OWN HOOK. Having pnrelissed the entire slock at the old stand ol Kirk St Spencer, in Lumber City, I intend carrying on the business as hereto fore. MT MOTTO IS TO SELL CUEAP FOR CASH. Thanking onr friends and customers for past patronage I solicit a Cominuauce ol the same. Sept. 15th, 1S69, ISAAC KIRK. J-EW BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. EDWARD MACK, Market Street, nearly opposite the residence of 11. li ;woope. fcsq., Clearfield, Pa., Would respectfully announce to the citijers of Clearfield and vinmitv. that be has opened BOOT AND SHOE SHOP, in the building lately occupied by J. L. Cuttle. ns alawoffice and that he is determined not to be outdone either in quality of work or prices. Special attention given to the manufacture of sewed work. French Kip and Calf kins. of the best quality, alwavs on hand. Give bim a call June 2. r6. C. K A T Z E R, Oppoite the Jail. Clearfield, I'enn'a, Dealer in Dry Goods. Dress Gooes, Millinery Goods. Groceries. Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Stone ware, Clothing, Boots. Shoes. Hats. Caps. Flour. Bacon. Fish. Salt, etc., is constantly receiving new applies from the eities. which he will dispose ef at the lowest market prices, to customers. Before purchasing elsewhere, examine his stack. Clearfield. February 9, 1&7 a O M E T II I N- Cr v E w KJ IN ANSOXVII.T.K. Clearfield county, lVnn'a. The undersigned having erected, durinc the past summer, a large and commodious store room is now engaged in filling it np with a new and select assortmentof Fall and Winter goods, h-h he offers to the public at prices to suit the timn 11 is stock of Mens' and boys' clothing is unusual 'v extensive, and is offered ta customers at from S10 to $20 for a whole suit. Flour. SalLand tirc- .m,. w i.cijr idu. a complete assortment: Stoves and Stove-pipe, a beavv stock ; Boots and Shoes, Mats and Caps, in great variety : Ladies' dress goods, furs, and other fancy goods, together with an endless assortment of notions too tedious to enumerate, always en hand, and sor sale very cheap. Prints at lo cents a vard.and other goods in proporjlon. Now is the time to buy. Country produce of every kind, at the highest market pnees. will he taken in exchange for goods; and even Greenbacks will not be refused for any article . n store. Examino niystock be fore yon bur elsewhere. October 30.1867. n S W .N S7p.VFS"rrOD',,e "nd Far" C"ks. Ranges, l-arlor Stove., fetove Grates, Tea Kettles 4-e at C. KRATZER'S. Opposite the Jali NEW STORE ! CHEAP GOODS ! At Glen Hope, Clearfield Co. HOMER DUBREB Is now selling the cheapest goods in the cennty at Win. K. Dickersoo's old stand. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES. DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ao , CHEAP FOR CASH! Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as by so doing you will save money. Nov. 23, 1870-3m. BARGAINS IN CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, AT THE FANCY STORE or Misses Rynder Sc Lairich. We hare just received and opened a full and com plete stock of CHOICE TOYS, Ladies' Dress Caps, G rover and Baker Sewing Machines, both Elastic and Lock Stitch, and a Tory beautiful assortment of GOLD AND SILVER FISH AND AQUARIUMS. The goods are all just new. and a share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. Clearfield, Deo 14, 70. ATTENTION, BUYERS READ! READ!! Who Bells the cheapest goods in the countj ? M 0 S S 0 P ! Who sells best calicoes at 12 J eta a yard MOSSOP! Who sells best unbleached muslin at IT cents MOSSOP! Who sells IIall"s Calf Boots at f 5 00? MOSSOP! Who sells Hall s best Coarse Boots at H SO? MOSSOP! Who sells Hall bestlvip Boots at $4,50? MOSSOP! Who salts Hats lower than anybody else? MOSSOP! Who sells Sugar the cheapest? MOSSOP! Who sells Syrup the cheapest? MOSSO P.! Who sells Flour thp cheapest ? MOSSOP? Who sells Chop and Feed the cheapest? iiossori V Who soils Hardware the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Queensware the cheapest ? MOSSOP? Who sells Tinware the cheapest? MOSSOP! Who sells Clothing the cheapest ? M O S S O P ! 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 M OS SOP'S! - Clearfield. Mar 12. 18C9. SHOES, 'Ladies' and Children's eastern made. Lasting Gaiters. Kid and Carpet Slippers, Moroc co and Glove Kid Balmorals, Children's Colored Shoes, very cheap Opposite the jail. C. KRATZER. HfH'SEHOLD GOODS Tubs. Brooms. Chnrns, Wash Rubbers. Rotter Bowl. Coffee .Mills. Bath Brik. Hall and Paper and Muslin Blinds, Clothes Baskets. Tea Trays. Opposite the jail. C. KRATZER. GROINn AND UNC.ROUND SPICES. Citr)n English Currants. Essence Coffee, and Vice gar of the best quality fr sale bv Jan ,n- H 4 RTSWfCK IRWIN. QIWAIM'S PAN ACEA. Kennedy's Medical Di. O covery. Hembold s Bnehu. Hake's Cod Liver 0:l,.I.iyne'sand Ayers Medicines. for sale br Jn. 10 HAHTSWICK k IUWIN TO BCIDDERS. Nails. Glass. Oils. Pain tsTcaT erne Plaster. Le?.d, Varnishes. Locks. Hinges, At at reduced prices. Opposite the jail. ' C. KRATZFR. D RIED FRUIT, at reaaeed prices, at W . . 'j n, . nvsevr s. THE UNIVERSAL DIAL is a curious invention, and a perfect success. Its simplicity and accuracy are truly wonderful. See "The Old Clock on the Wall," in another column. October 19, 1370 om- VfOTICE. Having purchased the intsrest x of J. A. Blattenterger, Esq., in the bu siness heretofore carried on under the firm name of J. A. Blattenberger i. Co., the same will be conducted hereafter under the name of Mosnan non Land and Lumber Co., (Store). .,, H.1I.SHILLINGFOKD, JOHN LAWSHE, Piesident. SuP May 11, 1870-tf. SANDY LICK HOTEL, Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, Pa. J. S. RADEI5ACII, Proprietor. A first class country Ilotel. The table supplied with tbe best the market affords. Choice liquors at the bar. A share of public patronage respect, fully solioted. November 9, 1S70. E E M 0J A L ! REMOVAL! C. KRATZER & SONS, Have removed to the large and elegant NEW STORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mer rell i, Bigler'a Hardware Store, where they will be pleased te see their old and new customers. Citizens of the connty visiting Clearfield, ana wish lug to make purchases, will find it to their advantage to examine their stock. Goods at cash prices exchanged for all kinds of country produce. Jan. 6,'t9. NEW STOKE. Corner of Seeond St. and Bill Road. II, MITCHELL Has just received and opened, at the above nam ed place, an entire new stock ef Spring and Summer Geeds, which he will tell very cheap for cash. His stack consists of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc. He also keeps choice Flour, Corn Meal, Chop feed, Bacon, Fish and dried Fruits. Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair rates are respectfully requested te give him a call. Approved eoontry produce will be taken, at the highest prices, in exchange tor goods. Clearfield, Jane 17, ISflS. GEAM) OPENING THIS "WEEK. French Merinos, good colors, at 75 cts. Black Alpaca, 25 cents to 1,25 Eiegant Tlaids, 20 cents to 2. Plain and Figured Poplins,20c to$1.25. Reps, in the handsomest colors. Satins, at 50c to ?1.25. Great bargains in Black Silks, prices ranging from $1,25 to 4. Bargains in Coating,Frosted and Tlain Beavers, Sealskin, Dogskin Curlicula. Astrachan Beaver, from $3,50 to 12. Splendid Velveteen, 75c to 2. Waterproof 90c to 1,75. All Wool arid Zephyr Shawls, cheap. Roman Stripe Shawls. Mourning Shawls. Paisley and Broehe, from 18 to $40. Furs, from 3,00 to $75,00 a set. These furs are purchased direct from the manufactories, and I will warrant them in ev ery respect. Also a full line of MILLINERY GOODS, of the latest styles. Millinery and Coat Making done in best style. Ladits', Misses' and Childrens' Shoes. Gents' Hats, Caps, kc, &c. These Goods have been purchased low and will be sold the same. Persons are respectfully invited to call. Butter, Eggs, and all marketable coun try produce taken in exchange for goods. WM. REED, Market St., Cleaiifield, Ta. Nov. 9, 1870. D KY GOODS the eheapest in the county, a May 2'J. '67. MUDSUf 'S. C U ERA NTS the best and cheapest ia th county, at UKAHAM'9 T ACON, Ilimi. Sides and Shoulder at reduced JL prices, at JdOSSOP'S FOR SALE, White Lead, Zinc Paint, Linseed Oil. Turpentine Tarnishes of all kinds, Colors, In ell and dry, Paint and Varnish brushes. HARTSWICK i. IRWIN, Clearfield.Pa -M a, '6a. LONGEST ROOF in the Vnited States is on Kinek's Sons' Factory , Eastern, Pa., one third of a mile long and is covered with READY ROOFING CHEAP, DURABLE and easily applied. Send for circular and samples to tbe manufacturers. KKADY ROOFING CO Jane 1-ap. 13, y. No. 64 Ceurtland St. N. T- p LEARFIELD X UKSEKY. Encocr- ack IIomk Industry. The undersign ed having established a Nursery. on the Pike halfway between Curwensville and Clearfiell Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Frui trees, (.Standard arid dwarf,) Evergreen". Shrub bery, Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Law ton Black berry. Strawberry and Raspberry vines. Als Sibrian Crab trees. Quince and early ScarletRheu barb, Ao. Orders promptly attended te. Addres Aug 31,1864. J, I. WRIGHT, Curwensville WHOLESALE WINE & LIQUOR STORE I. L. REIZENSTEIN, DEALER IK WIXBS AND LIQ UORS, MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. L good assortment for medical purposes always on hand. April 6, lS70-tf. JAS. T. BRADY & CO., (Successors to S. Jones 6r Co.,) CORNER FOURTH AND WOOD STREETS, PITTSB VRGH, FA.. BAiKE R S, BUT AXD SELL ALL KINDS of GOVERNMENT SECUPJTIES, Gold, Silver and Coupons. Six per cent, interest allowed on deposits tab ject to check. Money loaned on Government Bonds. Bonds registered free of charge. July 1. 1870-ly. JAMES T. BRADY CO. TO LU3IBERMEN! PERFECTION IN CANT HO OKS! The Clearfield Excelsior Cantbook will not wear oul or break, being constructed with one solid band from clip to point. It is pronounced by all practical Lumbermen who have examined it t6 be the most perfeot cant hook ever invented. Amos Eennard, Patentee. All orders promptly attended lo. Manufactured by AMOS KENNARD & CO., Nev 23. Clearfiold, Pa. 1S70. THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS ! Eighty-six Tfinaiui,Smeu Hundred and Eigh-ty-on Mxchtrte Madt and iSmld tkt rait rear I The number exceeds by thousands the sates of any otner .Machine, and the demand is still in creasing rilKbK II1UISA.M) rati WKtK. ARE NOW BEING MADE AND SOLD. THE SESONS WHY: Because it embodies essential principles not found in any other Machine ; because of its sins plicity ef construction, ease of operation, uni formity of precise action at any speed, and ca pacity for the greatest range and variety of work, fine or ooarse. Parties wishing to purchase should not fail te examina this beat of all Sewing Machines. I have the Agency for tbia Machine, and will keep a full supply on hand. Ulearnold.May 4, .0 tl J. . tHUWtKli. QLOTHING! CL0THIN8II GOOD AlTD CHEAP!!! Men, Tooths and Boys ean huplpied withful suits of seasonable and lashienable clothing a I. L. REIZENSTEIN'S, where it is sold at prices that will induce their purchase. The universal satisfaction which has been given, has induced him to increase his I'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab lishment of the kind in this part of tke.State. I. L. REIZENSTEIN, FeUs geeds at a very small profit, for cash ; His goods are well made and fashionable. He gives every one the worth of his money. He treats his customers all alike. He sells cheaper than every body else. His store is conveniently situated. He having purchased his stock rt reduce prices he can sell cheaper than others. For these and other reasons persons should buy their clothing at I. L. REIZENSTEIN'S. Produce of every kind taken at the highest market prices. May 18, 164. LOOK AT TIIIS ! BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Musio for Piano, .Flute and Violin; Blank Account and Pass Books, ef every de scription; Paper and Envelopes. French pressed and plain; Pens and Pencils; Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and Promisory Notes; Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment Brief; Legal cap; Record cap and Bill cap, eto , Will be sold at Wholesale er Retail by P. A. GAULIN, At the Post office, on Market Street, Clearfield, Pa. May 5, 1863 O ALT ! SALT!! A virime article of ground a Lj urn salt, putcs ia patent sacks, forsaleehea atiBetroiaoi i. ,,.-it-.T,c GROCERIES. Old Govercment Java and choice Rio Coffees. Young Hyson. Imperial Black and Japan Teas. Snirar. Svrup, Rice, Cavendish, Xavy, Spunroll, and Cut Tobaccos, and Snuff, at reduced prices, opposite tno jan. 1 1 C. KRATZER. f AAA FHEEP PELTS. and all other kind of OAJyJU Fur Skias.fer which cash will be paid, wanted by I L. RKIZEKSTEIS. Sv 30,79 3m. Clearfield, Pa qTOP CHEWING TOBACCO. Save your monev and restore your health, by using Dr. Byrn's Antidote for Tobacco. This is not a substitute but a cure for Smoking, Chewing and Snuff-taking. Few persons are aware of the terrible effects of the noxious weed on tbe human system. Dyspepsia, headache, disease of the liver, sallow complexion, costiveness of the bowels, loss of memory, and other diseases, are the afflictions brongbt en by its use. The Antidote is purely vegetable and harmless. It acts as a tonic on the system, purifies the blood, and enables a person to digest the heartiest food. Samples sent free tor 50 im S3 per dozen. Address M.J. YARN ELL, 88 Cannon St., N. Y. Nev. 23. '70-3m. DR. KLINE, at the Philadelphia Cancer Institut. 931 Arch Street; Prof. J'al- ton, 238 West 4th Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, and Dr Greene at Charlotte, N C, are making astonish ing cures or all by their great CancerAntidote ULCERS without the knife r caustic medi TV M OKS cine, and with but little pain. Ev CA.Nt'EKS cry root and fibre is killed and re moved, if taken in time, and cannot return. Beware of bogus Pro fessors, with their bogus treatments, stealing our advertisements. Ne others have these treatments. None other should ever be used. For full partic ulars, send for a circular, or call, or address as a bove. November 2. 1870-3m. W E AJI N G! Mrs. R. CALDWELL, Having engnged in the WEAVING BUSINESS, at her residence ner Logan's Mill, desires to in form her friendf and the public, that she bas now and will keep constantly on hand, a well selected stock ot COTTON, WOOLEN and HEMP WARPS, and is prepared to furnish to order Carpet ready made, or warp and weaving. Weaving ot all kinds done to order. If desired she can furnish cotton warp of all kiuds fur linen or woolen fill ing. Wool and rags taken in exenan're. Address, Mrs. R. CALDWKLL, Octl2,'70-ly. Curwensville. Pa. SAWS! S A W S !! DISTON, CROSS CUT, MILL, DRAG, AND CIRCULAR SAWS, LIGHTNING SAWS PATENT PFRFORATED, ELECTRIC SAWS, And DISTON'S SAWS of all kinds, for sale by H, F. B1GLER A CO. II. F. BIGLEIl & CO., DEALERS IS HABDfiEE, A.N I) MANUFACTURERS OP Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, CLEARFIELD, PA. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, OP ALL KINDS). ALSO, Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying Presse?, Improved MoneyJDrawers, Ao., FOR 8ALK Cr II. F. BIGLER k CO., Dealers in Hardware, March 18 Clearpielo, Pa. 1870. THE CLEARFIELD ' WOOD CHOPPERS' AXE, Manufactured expressly for the CLEARFIELD TRADE, for sale by H. F. BIGLER A CO. FRUIT CAN, Manufactured from best charcoal tin, Grooved and soldered en outside, WARRANTED. ALSO, GLASS FR UIT JARS, for sale by H. F. BIGLER A CO. C OO K STOVE S ! SPEAR'S CALORIFIC, SUSQUEHANNA, SUPERIOR, GOV. PEXN, REGULATOR, NOBLE COOK, TfATlONAL RANGE. ., fr., And all kinds of HEATING STOVES, On hand and for sale by H. P. BIGLER & CO., SECOND STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. August 3. 1S70. T) INK and White Lining Skins, and Uo ip Skins j. at n. rsi(jL,r.;i t uu s. mHIMBLE-SKElNS and Pipe-boxes, tor Wag- 1 ons, lor sale oy ti. c . tJHiLtt TROXi IROS'.! Best bar iron, for sale at the l stere oi i. c. uiULLti. CO. s TOVES of all sorts and siics. constantly on hand at II. F. BIGLER A CO S "tABLE CHAINS a good article, en hand and V rorsale by H F. iUULfcK CO. TTORSE-SHOES, and horse-nails, to be had at XX H. F. BIGLER CO S. s ADDLES, Bridies, harness, collars Ac. fcr sals at H. F. BIGLER A CO S. G TINS. Pistols and sword canes to be had at II F. BIGLER A CO S. H ARNESS. Trimmings, and Shoe-findirgs for sale at li. h . BIGLER A CO S o IL, Putty, Paints Glass and Nails, for sale at March '70. li F, BIGLER A CO S. "Vf EW LAMPS. Perkins A House's Non-Expto-l sive Lamp a new article just rere:ved nnd tor sale by uakki t. 1U .i.t-K. (IJ SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED. 1 TIIE GREAT BALTIMORE PIANO MANUFACTORY. WILLIAM KNABE & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANO FORT US, , BALTIMORE, MD. These Instruments have been before the public for nearly thirty years and upon their excellence alone attained an unpurchased pre-eminence, which pronounces tnem UDequaied. in air TONE combines great power, iweetne? and fine singing quality, as well as great purity ol Intonation.und I1 . At 1 . I 4. 1 Tt - 8 w voiucss uirouguvuv iuo cimr vcMitj. loeir TOUCH is pliant and elastic, and entirely free from tbe stiffness Io"na in so many riauos. IN WORKMANSHIP they are unequaled, using cone but tbe very best seasoned material, the large capital employed in eur business enabling us to keep continually an immense stocK oi lumoer, c, on band. I f' All our Sqnare Pianos have our new im proved Overstrung feme and trie Agralte Treble t Xfm We would call special attention to our late improvements in GRAND PIANOS and SQUARE GRANDS ; Patented August 14, ISiiG, which bring tbe Piano nearer perfection than has yet been at tamed. Every Piano fully warranted for 5 ypars. We have made arrangements for the solewho'e sale agency for the mest Celebrated PARLOR OR GANS and JlliLUDliASS, wbicn we oner Whole sale and Retail, at Lowest Factory Prices. WILLIAM KNABE A CO , Sept. 2170 m. Baltimore, Ma JJ F. N A C G L E WATCH MAKER, GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARF1ELV. The undersigned respectfully informs his old customers and the publio, that he bas on hand, (and constantly receiving new additions,) a large stockof Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. CLOCKS, a largo variety from the best Man ufactory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour spring and Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike and Alarm clocks. IVA TCHES a fine assortnient.o Isilver Hunt ing and open case American patent Levers, plain and full jeweled. GOLD FEtVS. an elegant assortment, of the best quality.. Also, in silver extension and desk holders SPECTACLES, large assortment, far and near sight, colored and plain glass. JEWELRY ot every variety, from a single piece to a full set. ALSO, fine assortment of Spoons. Forks, but ter knives, etc., plated on genuine Alabata. A L SO, Hair Jewelry .with pure gold mounting got up to order. Call and see sample book. All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry care fully repaired and Warranted. A continuance of patronage is solicited. Nov. 2sth. 1S65. H.F. NAL'ULE a. v.. USED, J.r.WEitlR W. POWELL, S. F. HOOP NOTICE. ' jexEs, W.W.BLTTB CLEARFIELD 1'LANING MILL ALL RIGHT. Messrs. HOOP, WEAVER A CO., Preprietors, would respeotfulljr inform the citizens ef tbe county that they have' completely refitted and supplied their PLASINO MILL, in this Bereugh, with the best and Latest improved WOOD WORKING MACIILNERY, nd are now prepared te execute all orders i their line of business, such as Flooring, Weatherboarrlirtg, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and Moldings, of all kinds. They have a large stock of dry lumber ea hand, and will pay cash for olear stuff, ene-and-a-half inch pannel plank preferred lov .'17. J-EW SPRING STOCK! J. SHAW k SON. Have jest returned from the cast and are cew opening as entire new stock ef goods ia the room formerly eccapied by Win. F. Irwin, en Market Street, which they now offer te the public at the lowest cask prices. Their stock consists ef a general assertment ef Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Dress Geeds, Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Brenms, Nails, etc., ia fact, everything usually kept ia a retail stere can be had by calling at this store, er will be procured to order. Their stock is well seleeted, and consists ef the newest goods, is of the best quality, ef the latest styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for cash, or exchanged for approved country produce. Be sure and call and examine eur stack before making yonr purchases, as we are determined clease ail who may faver as with their custom. May8, 1SB7. J. SHAW A SOS. pURSITURE ROOMS, jons CUELICR, Desires te inform his old friends and customers that, having enlarged his shop and increased his facilities fur manufacturing, he is new prepared to make to order su.'h furniture as may be desir ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash . He mostly has on band at bis --furniture norms,' a varied assortment of furnituie, ameng which is BUKEATS ASD SIDEBOARDS, Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centre, Sofa. Parler, Breakfatt and Dining eztensien Tables. Common, French-posts, Cottage, J en- ny-Jjind ana other easteaas. SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS, HAT RACKS, WASH -STANDS, e. Spring-seat, Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs; And common and other Cbvrs. LOOKING-GLASSEl Of every description on hand, and new glaswt fcr old trames. wbicb will be put ia en very reasonable terms, envnert notice. He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order, Hair. Corn-busk, Hair and Cotton top Mattresses. COFFINS, OF EVERY KIND, Made to order, and fnnorals attended with a Hearse, whenever desirable. Also, House painting done to order. The above, and many ether articles are furnished te customers cheap for cash er exchanged for ap proved country produce. Cherry, Maple. Poplar, Lin-wood and OiLer Lumber suitable for the busi ness, taken in exchange for furniture. Remember tbe shop 13 on Aiaraet street, Clear field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Store." December, lbfil JOHN G I" I LICE. P. T. I. DR. BOYER'S PURE WEST BRANCH BITTERS. A Pure, Pleasant, Safe and ReliableTonie.com pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos itively pure spirits, free from fusil oil, or ether irritating properties, and will not disagree or ofTend 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 Fe er and Ague to cure Biliousness to cure Constipation to cure Chronic Diarrhea to cure Flatuleni-e to cure Auid Kruetations to cure Nervous Debility to cure Hypochondria to cure Sallowness of the Complexion to cure Pimples and Blotches to cure General Debility and Prostration of the Physical Powers, IT HAS XO EQUAL. TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED. SOLD K VERY W HERB, AT SI PER BOTTLE. A literal discount to tkt trad. MASCrACTC&ED EXCLUSIVELY BT A. I. S H A W, CLEARFIELD.PA., Dealer in Dru$s. Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs. Oils, Paints, Varnishes. 'Ae., Patent Medicines. Pure Wines and Liquors for medical purposes, Fancy and Toilet Articles, and all goods usually kept in a Drug Store, sold cheup. Having employed K. D.Snyder atrraduaate in Pharmacy who speaks both English and Ger man, tbe undersigned feels no hesitancy in saying that customers can rtIy upon having the prescrip tisns properly put np. A.I.SHAW. reb.23.187u. CURWENSVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS EETII I TEETH ! ! Extracted for 25 Cents, .nH i '".I ith ,b0 te of Citrous Oxvi G. and Local An,hesia, (the only barmiei ni efficient anaesthetics now in use.) by ai S J. Ilty,. Sr-ron DtHtitt CurwenmlU pt Who wjuld hc:eby most respectfully return ki.' thanks for the libe.al framo of the i.t , inform the public that he ha, feme-It, to the Corner of tate ad Locun "tree,, Jenkins' Star., where he .s tZ i b.scustomer, , newly fitted up Room,. HTl their work intbemoft skilful ard workm,,?!;?0 manner All work done in the latest and approved styles and guaranteed. M Dr. Hays will be engaged in his office from ... 1st to th. 23d of each month ; the bal.ne, ?e,t month, he will spend in Glen Hope, Iur J"'h nd Lutberburg. alternately. Pa?tie, re.Vir J at a distance, should write to us previous oj ecmwg. Office hours, from to U o clotk a v and from 1 to 5 o'clock, P. M. We use none but the very best material . defy competition for beauty, cheapness, sad rabihty Give us a call. Carwensville. Pa,May 25. 1S70 -feb3y. "V" B W P o U X J-' r i, D u iu vurwensviiie. The undersigned havimr entered inf C(, .. nerslnp. in tbe FOUNDRY IWSIVEs TD Curwaasville, weuld inform the public thathev keep on hand, and will manufacture to order. Plows, .Cultivator., THRESHING MACHINES, Stoves, etc., and every other description ef artieles general' v made in a eeuntry foundry. Terms reasonable. Old m.tal taken ia u change for work. A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. JACKSON ROR!ov Feb.2.V70-ly. 'V WKLCH. ' ''CHEAPER than the CHEAPEST." GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES, JUST RECEIVED IiY ARNOLD & IIARTSII0II.Y, Curwensville, Pa. (One door West First Nat. Bnk.) Having just returned from the East with a com plete assortment ol Goods suitable for tbe Spring and Summer trade, we are now prepared te f Ur iah all kinds of Goods ' CHEAPER THAN TH1 CHEAPEST." And after thanking onr customers for their lib eral patronage during tbe pst year, we wold most reFpectfully ask for a continuance of ui same. Our stock consists of DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. HARDWARE. QCEENSWJga, WILLOW. WARE. GROCERIES. BOOTSES EOtS, HATS CATS. CLOTHING. CARPETS, TOBACCOS, Eta, AUe. Flour. Bacon, Bait. Fi-h, Grain, As., it., all of which will ba sold oa the mest reaacataie terms. nd the highest market price paid fur Grain. Waol aud all kinds of lumber and ceintry produce. Plea$e give as a call before pnrchasing slseahert. Satisfaction guaranteed as to qaaiity and pmH ARNOLD A VARTmrtnit, Cer. Main a Thr.nawa frta. April JO '79 CurwettviUe , Pa. SQUARE TIMBER, E. A. Ikvin & Beiag speoially engaged la the basin iA bey tag and selling SQUARE TIMBER, weals) retm sent that they are now prepared t porshase rliar ber, delivond at either Csrweasv lile. Lock Havea er Marietta, er will take it al any of the? puiaV aad sell ea stmlssi, icaklsg sons advaaees es are aecessary. These engaged te getting out tlmbr will &4 at oar stere in Curwensville. a very !' ef flAPLI 600Dt),f all ee.-erlpiis. ALSO, FLOCK, MEAT, RYE, OATS, and everything accessary for cse of Lambormt- RA FT ROPE, of all tixcs.kept es hand la quantities, and sold at a small advusce, by tk coil. Also, PULLEr BLOCKS, SMALL K0?E.1 Special Inducements offered to thoie aacuUe turif g Sqaare Timber. E. A. IKV.-y a C3 Curwentrilla. Jan. 12. 1RT0 It E M 0 V A L . HARTSWICK & IRWIN. DRUGGISTS, Market St., Clearfield, P-t- We beg leave to inform eur old and new r - " n.ors. that we have removed our etnlui.' 11 the new building just erected on Marif ; - nearly adjoining the Mansion Houee on I' v' " an-! opposite Graham A Sons' store, wher w -spectiully invite the public to come and e ' DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT 'l'-' ClXS.OllJi. PAINTS AND VAKNJ.- :'-" Our stock of Drugs and Medicine5Conist o! -J thing used, selected with the greatest ci; ' WARRANTED. STRICTLY l'l !'.!:' It ni-V nf Oves. Perfutb Toilet articles.Soaps. Tooth Hrushes. Hair l'ru-h' es. Whitewash Brushes, and every other ki ,J ) h- f Brushes. We have a la' ge lot of . White Lead Turpentine. Flnxseed Oil, Pa'nts, and in fact everything usd in the painting business, which we offer at ti.y prices to cash ouyers. TOBACCO AND SEGARS, Confectionery. Spices, and tbe largest stock of va rieties ever offered in this place, and warraced to be of the best the market affords J. (. HART'WICK. Deo.2,19fi.S. JOHN ZiJ.1- TIIE highest market prices pai l fr f?'" by J SHA iyll. AXNED FRUIT. Canned Plums, ?e1' c ind caaned corn, ete , for sale at l'r" 0f A. I- OH" Start