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f(ie affgwan goimmf, (gfcatfteft, ffit., jlyrif 125 1871.
i l 4 M3 f 1 I i :n 1 0 0 4 4 t 1 J .1 a - tht farmer. How to Catch an Owl. Owls are very destructive to poultry, especially in the breeding season, and are much more dan gerous than hawks, inasmuch as they pay their visits to the roosts in the night. There is do effectual safe guard against their visits unless you have the hennery made owl proof. Most farmers make their roosts un der an open shed, or upon the trees, which are as free to birds of prey as hens. Chick ens are very delicate food for young owls, "and sometimes a dozen will be missing from a perch in a single night, and their feathers and claws be found the next day in a neigh boring owl's nest. Old hens will be taken and their heads be eaten" off and the carcass dropped under thetree, quite too heavy for the owl to carry off. Not a momenthould be lost when these depredations occur. Tie the dead fowl upon the limb or perch, where it was accustomed to roost, and shut up the rest of the fowls. The dead fowl should be tied in a roosting position, so as to seem alive to the owl. Place a small steel trap on the back of the hen and fasten it to a neigh boring branch. The owl will generally make his appearance the following night, and in sweeping down upon the back of the ben will find his claws securely fastened in the trap. A small rat trap without teeth is the best. The teeth would be apt to cut off the legs and claws and release the owL The trap will often save many days of hunting a mean, skulking enemy, who only plunder at night. American Agriculturist. Hoofs of Young Animals. We saw recently an instance of the ill effects result ing from the neglect to shorten the exces sively long hoofs of the young horses. A colt with unusually long hoofs, had in his play stepped upon some hard substance.and broken off the front part of the hoot of one foot to the quick. The accident was atten ded with some bleeding, -and excessive lame ess, the poor fellow being unwilling to put his foot to the ground. Ten minutes work would have saved the animal much pain, and the owner might have had the profit of three months growth, instead of having it arrested for that period. But the occasional breaking off a part of the hoof, is but a trifle when compared with other mischiefs resulting from the same cause. When the toe is too long, the strain on the fetlock joint is greatly increased, and permanent injury to the suspensary ligament of the foot often follows. Young horses frequently have wind-galls, and other evi dences of sprains, before they are put to work, and- in ninety-nine cases out of a hun dred, these are where shortening of the toe has been neglected. On some gravelly and stony lands, and hard roads, the hoofs will wear fast enough as nature evidently intend ed they should ; but if horses are kept on good smooth turf, their feet must be kept short by artificial means. Ohio Farmer. In a paper before the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, on fruit and the insects that work so great damage to most of the fruits, by Dr. Warner, he said that he would plant apple trees at a less distance apart than is usual, in order that the trees might com pletely occupy and shade the ground, and when the trees have grown so as to interlace their branches, he would cut away one half their number. Land for an orchard should be prepared by deep cultivation, and the trees set shallow. "EW SPRING STOCK! J. SIIAW & SON. Hav just returned from the east and are 'new opening an entire new stock of goods in the room formerly occupied bj Win. F. Irwin, en Market Street, which they new offer to the publi at the lowest cask prices. Their stock consists at a general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Qneensware, Hardware, Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Dress Seed. Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Brooms, Nails, etc., in fact, everything usually kept in a retail store can V had by calling at this store, or will be procured to order. Their stock Is well selected, and consists of I be 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 prednoe. Be sure and call and examine t stock before making yonr purchases, as we are determined please all who may favor as with their custom. May 8.1SS7. J. 6HAW k SON. SPRING GOODS! JUST RECEIVING, Splendid 10 cent Calicoes. Lit-ht Calicoes, Delaines, Plaids, Saining cheeks. Muslins, White Goods, PereMes, Black Silks, Japanese Silks. Sil k Poplins, Black Alpacas, Velveteen Shawls, Table Linens, Boys' Caseimeres, Ac. Best Paris Kid Gloves, Bine k Green Kid Gloves, Hoisery. 6i:k Gloves. Lace Collars. Hair Switches, Chignons, Hair Nets. Corsets, Hoop Skirts, ke., ke. Dress Trimmings. Silk Fringes, Satin, Velvet Ribbons, Buttons, ke., ke. Trimmed Hata, Ribbons and Millinery Goods. Cccanaled stock of Ladies' and Childrens' Shoes and Gaiters. Mens French Kip .d Calf Boots, alf ard Lasting Gaiters. 3,000 pieces Wall P.p.,, tnmtcUU, $1 per fco,t W bite Granite Tea W are. w Table Knives and rorks. Choice Teas and Coffee and other Groceries Dried Fruits, Peaches, Prunes, Cherries. Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Corn, Pickles, A0. The above, with an immense stock of other goods have been bongbt at the lowest each prices, and are offered at very low rates. COMB AND EXAMINE THEM, WHETHER TOU BUT OR NOT. J. M . KRATZER, (Formerly C. Kratxer d Sons), Kextdoor to H. F. Bigler k Co., 2d Street, CLEARFIELD, PA. March 15,'71. S WAISTS PANACEA. Kennedy Medical Dis Oil J.VrT-' HVboW' Bake'. Cod Uv.r J.. ft ,'"4 A" 1 Mdicine..for sal. by 10 HART6WICK IRWIN GROUND PLASTER. EELP RAISING FLOTJR, FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CORN IN EAR, OATS, CORN CHOP, CORN AND OATS CHOP PURE. CORN, BYE AND OATS CHOP PCRB. BRAN, Ac. HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, COAL OIL, MOLASSES Drips and New Orleans, TEA, SUGAR, COFFEE, Ao., and a general assortment of Groceries. Reed St, near the Depot. . E B. ISSTT, March 29,;71-8t. by J. DYSART. LOOK AT THIS ! BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Msiie for Piano, Flute and Tiolin; Blank Account and Pass Books, of 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, etc., Will be sold at Wholesale or Retail by P. A. GAUL IN, At the Post office, on Market Street, Clearfield, Pa. May , 1808 e. i. kiid, s. f. noor j.r.vtiTU : NOTICE. w.w.w, W. rOWCLL CLEARFIELD TLANING MILL ALL RIGHT. Massas. HOOP, WEAVER k CO., Proprietors, weald respectfully inform the eitisens ef the county that they have completely refitted and supplied their PLANING MILL, in this Borough, with the bestand latest improved WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, and are sew prepared to execute all orders in their line of business, such as Flooring, Weatherboardine, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and Moldings, of all kinds. They have a large stock ef dry lumber hand, and will pay cash for elear stuff, one-and-a-half inch pannel plank preferred fNor ,'87. II. F. BIGLER & CO., DEALERS IK II A B, D AV A R E AFD MASCFACrOKEltS or Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, UL.HAtir IHL.U, PA. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, Or ALL E1HBS. ALSO, Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying Presses, Improved MonsyJDraweri, Ac, rOR SALE BY II. F. BIGLER k CO-, Dealers in Hardware, Marsh 16 J Clbarvibld, Pa. 1S7S. THE CLEARFIELD WOOD CHOPPERS' AXE, Manufactured expressly for the CLEARFIELD TRADE, for sale by H. F. BIGLER k CO. FRUIT CAN , Manufactured from best charcoal tin. Grooved and soldered en outside, WARRANTED. AIAO.GLASS FRUIT J ARM, for sale by n F. BIGLER k CO. SAWS! SAWS!! DISTON, CROSS CUT, MILL, DRAG, AND CIRCULAR SAWS, LIGHTNING SAWS PATENT PFRFORATED, . M ELECTRIC SAWS, And DISTON'S SAWS of all kinds, for sale by H, F. BIGLER k CO. COOK STOVES1 SPEAR'S CALORIFIC, SUSQ UEIIA NNA , SUPERIOR.. GOV. PENN, REGULATOR, NOBLE COOK, NATIONAL RANGE, d-., A-., And all kind ef HEATING STOVES, On hand and for sal by II. F. BIGLER & CO., SECOND STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. AagnstS, 1878. PINK and White Lining Skins, and Roan 8kins ' H. BIGLER k COS. THIMBLE-SKEINS and Pipe-boxes, tcr Wag. ons, for sale by H. F. BIGLER k CO TRONt IRON!! Best bar iron, for sale at the stor of H. F,. BIGLER k CO. STOVES of all sorts and sizes, constantly ob hand at H. T. BIGLER k CO S CABLE CHAINS a good article. en hand and for sale by H F. BIGLER k CO. HORFE-SHOES, and horse-nails, to be had at H. F. BIGLER k OO'S. SADDLES, Bridles, harness, collars ke., for ' H. F. BIGLER k CO'S. GCSS: Pistol, and sword canes to be had at M F. BIGLER k CO S. HARNESS. Trimmings, Bnd Kho..nndi fo, ' U- F. BIGLER k CO S. OIL, Putty, Paints Glass and Nails, for sale at March Hf, Blti LER COS. Vf EW LAMPS Perkins House's Non-Explo-! siv Lamp a new article just received and for sale by HARRT F. BIGLER k CO. gMALL PROFITS and QUICK SALES. HARTSWICK k IRWIN are constantly replenishing their stock of Drugs, Medicines. Ao. School hooks and Stationery, including the Osgood and National series f readers. Also Tobacco and Ci gar, of the best quality, and at the lowest prices. Call and see. Clearfield, Nov. 10, 1889 EW WASHINGTON ACADEMY! G. W. 1NNES, A. M., Principal. Th first session of this institution will com mence on Monday, the 15th day of May next, term S months. ... Pupils can enter at any time, and will be charg ed tuition from the time they enter until the elose of the session. The course of instruction will embrace all branches included in a thorough praotical edu cation for both sexes. Vocal music taught when desired Good boarding ean be had at publie or private houses at low rates. Parents can be assured that th ability and energies of th principal will be devoted to the mental and moral training of those placed under his charge. Terms of tuition will be moderate, and ean b ascertained by addressing Dr. J. Inke. at New Washington, or the Principal, G. W. Ins as, at Apollo, Armstrong county, Pa., but who will be at New Washington alter April 1st. Mar.22,'71. H. V. N A U G L E WATCH MAKER, GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFIELD. The undersigned respectfully informs his old customers and th publio, that be has unhand, (and constantly receiving new additions,) a large stock or Uloclcs, w atones ana jewelry. CLOCKS, a large variety from th best Man ufactory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour spring and Weignt, ana levers, lime, atriae ana Alarm clocks. WA TCHES fine assortments silver Hunt ing and open case American patent Levers, plain and full jeweled. GOLD PENS, an elegant assortment, of the best quality. Also, in silver extension ana assa holders. SPECTACLES, large assortment, far and near sight, colored and plain glass. JEWELRY of every variety, from a single cieee to a full set. ALSO, fine assortment of Spoons. Forks, but ter knives, etc., plated on genuine Alaoata. ALSO. Hair Jewelry .with pure gold mounting get 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. 88th, 1865. H. F. NACQLB. PURSITUKK ROOMS. A. JOHN GUELICH, Desires t Inform his old friends and customers that, having enlarged his shop and increased hit facilities for manufacturing, be is now prepared to make to order such furniture as may be desir ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash. He mostly has on hand at his "Furniture Rooms a varied assortment of furniture, among which is BUREAUS AND SIDEBOARDS, Wardrobes and Book-cases ; Centre, Sofa, Parlor, .BreaKiast ana isming extension tables. Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen ny-Ldnd and other Bedsteads. SOFAS OF ALL KINDS, WORK-STANDS, HAT ' JtAltlS, VTASH-SiAiNDS, Ac. Spring-seat, Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs; And common and other Chairs. LOOKING-GXASSZS Of every description on hand, and new glasses for oia irames, wdicb will be put in en very reasonable terms, onthort notice. He alae ker.j on hand, or furnishes to order, flair lern-nuas, iiair ana Cotton top Mattresses. COFFINS, OF EVERY KIND, Made to order, and funerals attended with a Hearse. wheDOTer desirable. Also, House painting don te order. Th above, and many ether articles are furnished to customers cheap for cash or exchanged for ap. proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar, nees. taken in exchange for furniture. Remember the shop is ow Marxet street. Clear field, and nearly opposite rbe "Old Jew Store." December 4. 18(51 JOHN UCELICII JUST IN TIME! THB NEW GOODS AT A. K. WRIGHT k SONS, CLEARFIELD, PA., Having ust returned from the eastern cities we ar now opening a full atoct of seasonable goods, at our rooms on Second street, to which they respectfully invite the attention of the pub lie generally. Our assortment is unsurpassed in this section, and is being sold very low for cash. Th Mock consists in part el DRY GOODS it of the best quality, such as Prints. Delaines. Alna as. Merinos. Ginghams ; Muslins, bleached and unbleached ; Drillings Tickings, cotton and wool Flannels. Cassimers. Ladies' Shawls, Coats, Nu bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts, Balmorals. Ac. As., all of wMch will be sold low fob cash. Alsa, a fine aesenmenioi xne Deal ez MENS' WEAR, consisting of Drawers and Shirts, Hats and Caps, oeois ana ouoes, nanaaercmeitl cravats, ate Also, Raft Rope. Dog Rope, Raltina Angurs ana axes, nimioa opizes, x in ware, Lamps and ijiup wicks ana caimncys, etc., etc. Also, Queensware.Glassware.Hardware.Gmee ries, and spices of all kinds. In short, a eeneral assortment of every thing usually kept in a retail store, all cheap for cask, or approved country Nov.S-jalO-nol3. WRIGHT k SONS. HOMES FOR ALL. IB TO Land of Flowers and Perpetual Growth. FLORIDA, THE ITALY OF AMERICA. Is not excelled in Climate by any of the United States, and it may be donbted whether it can be equaled in the world Located on the very borders of the Torrid Zone still her situation between the Gulf of Mexioo and the Atlantic ocean is such that she is swept alternately by the winds of the Eastern and Wes tern seas, and relieved from the bnrning heats which prevail in other Southern States; and thus it happens that by the joint infiuence of latitude and peculiar location, she is relieved, on the one hand, from the rigors of the Winter climate of the Northern and Middle States, and on the oth er, from the extreme heat with which not only the Southern States, but in the summer tim the Northern Stctesare characterised. Settlers have not the hardships to undergo that have been the lot of the pioneers who opened up and developed our harsh .Northern latitudes. The entire year u a pt.rprtiuU season of gro vth able to produce and send to marketal the productions of the Tropical and Temperate Zones merits and months in advance of any other locality, and at a season trhen alt such productionsiate luxurious, and command the very highest prices ; THE FLORIDA IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, under the auspices of the State of Florida, pro pose to furnish lands of uniform good quality, and upon which ean be raised Vegetables, Fruits, etc.. common to the more Northern climates, and all the Grams, Fbcits and Vegetables of the Tropics. Such selected lands, in the healthiest part ef the State, and of the best quality. The Company have issued a pamphlet of 128 pages, containing full and reliable information concerning Florida, its Climate, Soil, and Produc tions, with a sketch of its history, which the Com pany will forward, free of postage, on receipt of 2j cents. For other information or eircnlar, address or TllK7 FLORID IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, 34 Park Row, New Yobk. NEW TORE AND FLORIDA COLONY, Partially organized. For full information, cir culars, ato.. address EDWARD DELOLEST, 81 Nassau street. New ork City. P. 0, Box S4. March 8, 18T1 3a. CDRWENSVTLLB ADVERTISEMENTS, i- in Pnrwtannville. nership. in the FOUNDRY BUSINESS, in r1.. .vi I ! wnnM SnrnvM tk, nnhliA that t h AT keep on hand, and will manufacture to order, Plows, Cultivators, THRESHING MACHINES, Stoves, etc., and every other description of articles gsnerally made in a country foundry. Terms reasonable. Old metal taken in ex change for work. A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. JACKSON ROBISON, Feb.J3,'70-ly. JAMES M. WELCH. "CHEAPER Ihan the CHEAPEST.' ' GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES, JUST RECEIVED BY ARNOLD &; HARTSHORN, Curwensville, Pa. (One door West First Nat. Bank.) Having jnst returned from th East with a com plate assortment oi Goods, suitablefor th Spring ana bummer trade, we are now preparea to iur nish all kinds of Goods "CHEAPER THAN 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. Our stock consists of DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. HARDWARE. QUEENSWARE, WOOD AWV WILLOW-WARE. GROCERIES. SOOTS d-SHOES, HA TS Of UA o, CLOTHING. CARPETS, TOBACCOS, Ete. Also, Flour. Bacon, Salt, Fish, Grain, Ac, Ac, all of which will be sold on to most reasonable terms, nd the highest market price paid for urain, wool ana all Kinds et lumber and country produce. Please give us a call before purchasing elsewhere Satisfaction guaranteed as to quality and prices, ARNOLD HARTSHORN, Cor. Main a Thompson Sts. April 20,'70 Curwensvillr, Pa. SQUARE TIMBER. E. A. Irvix & Co., Being specially engaged in th business of buy ing and selling SQUARE TIMBER, would repre sent that they are now prepared to purehase tim ber, delivorcd at either Curwensville, Lock Haven or Marietta, or will take it at any of these points and sell en commission, making sush advances as are necessary. Those engaged in getting out timber will find at our store in Curwensville, a very large stock ef STAPLE GOODS, ef all descriptions. ALSO, FLOUR, MEAT, OATS, CORN and every Chiag neaessary for us of Lumbermen RAFT ROPB.of all sixes, kept on hand ra large quantities, and sold at a small advance, by the coil. Also, PULLEY BLOCKS, SMALL ROPE, Ao Spesial inducements effsrei te ths manufac turing Squar Timber. B. A. IRVFN A CO. Curwensville. Jan. 12, 1870 WHOLESALE WINE & LIQUOR STORE- L L. REIZENSTELN, BALBB IB WINES AND LIQ UORS, MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. A good assortment for medical purpose always n hand. April 0.1870-tf. Co-Partnersliip in Store. C. A. Rerobaugh having associated with him fn th Mercantile business, in Lewisville, Clear field county, Mr. C. R. McCraeken, solicits a con tinuance of th patronage so generously extended heretofore Having just returned from th eastern cities their stock embraces a large and varied assort ment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware, and in fact nearly everything usu ally keptin a country store, which they will sell at prices to suit th times. Country produce taken in exchange for goods C. A.ROROBALGH, May 18, "70. -tf. C R. McCRACKEV QLOTHING! CLOTHIVflll 6000 AJTD CHEAP II! Men, Youths and Boys ean be fuplpied with ful suits ef seasonable and lashionable clothing a I. L7 REIZENSTELN'S, wher it is sold at prices that will indue their purahas. The universal satisfaction which has been given, has induced him te increase his stock, which is now not surpassed by any estab lishment of the kind in this part of the Stat. I. L. REIZENSTELN, Falls tds at a very small profit, for cash ; His goods ar well made and fashionable. He gives every one th worth ef his money. He treats his customers all alike. He sells cheaper than every body else. His stor ia conveniently itmated. He having purchased his stock r t reduced prioes he ean sell cheaper tl an others. For these and ether reasons persons should buy their elotbing at I. L. RE IZE OSTEIN'S. Prodaca of everv kind taken at the hiehest I market prices. May 18, le4. TERMS OF TUB JOURNAL. Th Ravtsbae'i Jockbal is published on Wed nesday at $2,00 per annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning or th year, S2.50 will be charged, and $3,00 if not paid before th close. Advertisements will be inserted at $1,50 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 made to yearly advertisers No subscription taken for a shorter tim than six months, and no paper will be discontinued un till all arrearages ar paid,xoept at th option of th publisher. 8. J. ROW. rpHE UNIVERSAL DIAL is a carious invention, and a perfect success. Its simplicity and accuracy are truly wonderful See "ineUId hock on too nan, " in anoiuer column. October 19, 1870 6m. T?OR SALE. A Double Turbine Water - Wheel, manufactured by James LaHelI k Co., at Springfield, Ohio, is new and will be sold at less than cost. For "further particulars in quire of the undersigned at Clearfield. Aiarcu i, i i.-u. s.o. uwunivu. rpO THE LADIES. A circular for mar ried or single ladies, containing desirable information upon matters never belore made pub lic mailed free. Those who wish to give it a care ful perusal may address. Mrs ELIZABETH A. KING, Williamsburgh, New York. March 1, '71 -3m. WANTED, AGENTS. A few first class " men to act as agents for Wheeler and Wilson's Sewing Machines. We will pay a sala ry or liberal commissions. Horse, wagon and outfit furnished Apply to WM. SDMNER k CO . 140 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa., or 91 Franklin Street, Johns town, Pa. Mar. 8, '70 -3m. T ESTAURANT.-The well-known "GoDd man Saloon," one square east of the 'Aagle Mouse," on front et.. Marietta, fa., nas been leased by the undersigned, where he will keep a first-class "RESTAURANT AND CAFE." Raftmen will find it a convenient place to get re freahments when in Marietta. The most fastid ious at all times satisfied. G. W. HECKROTUB. Marietta, Feb 2,'71-3mp. T K. BOTxORxS - j jrn Tnn T at n n at i rrv MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PEXK'A. Negatives made in cloudy as well as in clear weather. Constantly en hand a rood assortment of frames, stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views. Frames, from any style of moulding, made to order. CHK.OMUS A SPECIAL.!! X . Dee. 2,'66-jy. M-69-tt. "RRICKS. The Hotchkiss& Buss Patent Improved BliICK MACHINE will make 20.000 Bricks of Superior Qualitt in a working day. which can be hacked right from the Machine. It is simple and durable, and Bricks ran be made by it cheaper than by any other pro cess, for makine Drain ltle it is also unrivalled Machioes.State. County and Yard Rights for sale. Address, FERRY FARM BRICK. WOKKS. 19 Cliff St., Room 7, New Rork. Mar 15-lm pLEARFIELD NURSERY. Encocr- ack Home Industry. The undersign ed having established a Nursery. on the Pike half way between Curwensville and Clearfiel Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Friri. trees, (Standard and dwarf,) Evergreen'. Shrub bery, Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Law ten Black berry, strawberry and KaspberTy vines. A Is Sibrian Crab trees. Quince and early ScarletRheu barb, Ac. Orders promptly attended to. Addres Aug 31,1864. J.D. WRIGHT, Curwensville 0 N MY OWN HOOK. Flaving purchased Hi entire stock at the old stand of Kirk 8c Spencer, in Lumber City, I iDtend carrying on the business as hereto fore. MY MOTTO IS TO SELL CHEAP FOR CASH. Thanking our friends anil customers for past patronage I solicit a continuaoce ol the same. Sept. 15th, 1869, ISAAC KIRK rpHE WONDERFUL LINM1ENT. This Liniment havine been used, for some years pastas a family medicine by the pro prietor, and its good effects coming to the notice of his neighbors, has. at their suggestion, con sented tomanufacture it for the benefit of the af flicted everywhere. It is the best remedy for "ttb ih uiiiioas uDoiic ever onerea to tne public; and will cure manv other diseases in the human body. It is also a sure cure for Pole evil ad Wind-galls in borses Directions for its use accompany each bottle. Price. SI per- bottle, or six bottles tor J. sent to any address by enclos ing tne price to vtii. tl. AJstAl. Hurd Postoffice, Oct. 6. ISM. Clearfield county. Pa A Great Medical Discovery ! Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS ! Hundreds of thousands bear testimony to their wonuertul Curative KBecte. WHAT ARE T II E Y ? THE f ARE NOT A VILE FANCY DRINK, Made of Poor Rum, Whiskey. Proof Spirits, and Refus Liquors, doctored, spiced and sweetened to please tne tasta.cailea " tonics,' "Appetizers." -Restorers." Ac .that lead the tipplerou to drunk enness and ruin, but are a true Modioine made from the Native Roots and Herbs of California. free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are ihe Great Blood Purifier and a Lif Giving Principle a perfect Renovator and Invigoratorof the System carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition. No person can take these Bitters according tc direction and re main long unwell, provided the bines are not de stroyed by mineral poison or other means and tho vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism and trout. Dyspepsia or lndi&eMion, Bullous KC' mittent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and BlattJcr, these Bitters have been nn.( successful. Such diseases ar caus ed by vitiated blood, which is generally produced by derangement of the digestive organs. Dyspopsia or Indigestion headache, pain in the shoulders, coughs. tightness of the chest, dizziness, sour eructations of the stomach, bad taste in the month, billions attacks, palpitation of the heart, inflammation of the lungs, pain in the regions of the Kidneys and a hundred other paintul symp toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. They invigora: the stomach and stimulate the torpid liver and bowels, which render them of unequalled efficacy in cleansing tne blood f all Impurities, and imparting new life and vigor to ihe whole system. Bilious. Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, eipecially those of the Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Ten nessee, Alabama. Savannah, Roanoke, James and many others with their vast tributaries, during th Summer and Autumn, and retnarkabl so du ring seasons of unusual heat and drness, are in variably accompanied by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. There are always more or less obstruc tions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treatment, a purgative. eierting a powerful influence upon these various organs. is essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose qual to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters, as they speedily remove the dark colored viscid matter with which the b.iwels are loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions f the digestive organs. The universal popular y of this valuable remedy in regions subject to mias matic influences, is sufficient evidence of its pow er as a remedy in such cases. For skin diseases, eruptions, tetter, salt rheum, blotches, spots, pimples, pustules, boils, carbun cles, ring worms, scald-head jore eyes.erysipelas, itch, scurf, discolorations of the skin, humors and diseases of the skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally'dug up and carried out of the svs tera in a short time by the use of these Biters. On bottle in ruch cases will oonvinoe the most incred ulous of their curative effect. Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find Its impurities bursting through the skin in pim ples, eruptions or sores ; cleanse it when you find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Keep tbe blood pur and the health of th system will follow. Pin, Tape and other Worms.luring In th sys tem of so many thousands, are effectually destroy ed and removed. For full directions, read care fully the circular around each bottle, printed in four languages English. German, French and Spanish. J. WALKER. Proprietor. R. H. McDONALD k CO., Druggists 'and Gen, Agents, San Francisco, Cal , and 32 and 34 Commerce Street, New York SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST AND DEALERS December T, 170-1 y. CHEAPEST IN CLEARFIELD! FLOTJR IN SACKS OR BARREL?. MILL FESD.RTB CHOP, GROUND PLASTER. CORN AND OATS, CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEBD, BOUGHT AND SOLD BY ALEXANDER IRWIN, Clearfield, Fab 32. BIGLER, YOUNG fc CO., (Successors to Boynton If Toung), Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets, CLEARFIELD, PA., AIrACTCEIBI r STEAM ENGINES, Milky and Circular Saw Mills, HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS, SHAFTING, PCLLK1S, BOLTS, and all kind of Mill work. STANLEY' PARLOR STOVES, COOK STOVES, Heating StoYti, Sled Saoes, Plowi, aad eastings ef all kiads. DIALERS IN Giffsrds' Injector, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistle Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cops, Gauge Ceeks, Air Cocks. Globe Talvs, Check Valve. Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps, Boiler Feed-Pumps, Anti-friotioa Metals, Soap Stone Packing, Gum Packing, ke.. ke., December 14. 1870-tf. ATTENTION, BUYERS READ! READ I! Who aella the cheapest goods in the count j ? MOSSOP ! Who best calicoes at 1 1 ct a yard MOSSOP! Who sells best unbleached muslin at 17 taT MOSSOP! Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at $5 90? MOSSOP! Who sells Hall's best Cearse Boots at S4 56? MOSSOP! Who sells Hall's bestKi'p Coots at $4,50? MOSSOP! Wk sells Hata lower than anybody else MOSSOP! Who sells Sugar the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Syrup the cheapest? MOSSOP! Who sells Flour the cheapest ? MOSSOP? Who sells Chop and Feed the cheapest? MOSSOP! Who sells Hardware the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Queensware the. cheapest ? MOSSOP? Who sells Tinware the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Clothing the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Plaster the cheapest ? M OS SOP! 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 13.1S9. B ACOS. Hsaas. Sides and Shoulders at reduced LEONARD ROUSE, Opposite th Railroad Depot, CLEARFIELD, PENNA., Fb 8, 71. p. JQUNSON k SON. Prop,, SUSQUEHANNA HOUSE i 1 :ll ii. "cuaviue, a a. The undersigned having taken charge of this rell-known Hotel. rpetful!y solicits a share et atronara. Yhn hnn V, . . t. m 3 , r . 7 v , nuiwaua re furnished, and now compares favorably with anv other bouse in thaeounty. Th best of everything batges moderate. KLI BLOOM Sept. 23. 1870-tf. Proprietor. THE "EAGLE nOTEL" avi a 1 u 01., vsurweiisviiie, i &. "ing letted for a term of yen th abort M! krowo and popular Hotl (formerly kept by newly refitted fiod refurnished it, the presen I proprietor feels assured that he can render entir e in t irfarti n fn riit M-,ania-wtani :K i, : a f p-vl..DO-.jvu,a.,lfi nam UIIU. TV U D , Iargi liable and yard it attached, for the car and Tirol, tiftn nf hnrui a art ar . t it trnrt rv lai ani;.:s.j My4,'70-ly A J.DKAUiKEF. Prop r. rp II E "S II A W IIOUS E," MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD, PA. GEORGE N. C0LBTJRN, :::::: PawwiTea. This house was lately completed and inst open ed to th public is newly furnished, and provided with al I the modern improvements of a first-class hotel. It is pleasantly located, in the business Fart of the town, and near to th public build ngs. A shara of patronage is respectfully solic ited. Charges moderate. The best of Liquors m the bsr. March 30,'i-tf. EXCHANGE HOTEL, John K. Badebach bavins: curchased the Imh of Mr. Wm. Vandervert, in the exchange hotel, Keynoldsvill. and Having removed to said bore, would inform his friends and the traveling put lie generally, that he is now prepared to accom modate them in a more satisfactory manner the Exchange being a much better house than the one lormermy occupied by bim. 11 ir table will always be supplied with the very best the market afiortia. By strict attention to buine? he hopes to receive a share of patronage, A hack will be kept at the Exchange to convey passengers to tny point they wi.h to go. (Mar. ti. '71-m.v a, '70 RANKING HOUSE OF JAMES T. BRADY cS: CO., Fourth Atiki'i ao Wood Strset. PITTSBl'KUIl. PA.. Financial Agents of the United f-utei Marine been appointed by the Governme-1. Agents tor tbe placing of the New Loan, we ar now reany 10 receive euuscripuons lor i ne r unded Loan of 1680. HSS and 1U00. either in Coin or Uni ted State Bonds known as S-26's. On Loads seut us by express we allow freight. Mar. l,'7l-lm. JAs. i.KUADY A CO. NEW BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. EDWARD MACK, Market Street, nearly opposite the re.idei.ee of 11. U f woope. Kiq , CLEABflCLD. Pa., Would respectfully announce to th citiiersof Clearfield and vicinitv. tbat he has opened a BOOT AND SliOE SHOP, in the building lately occupied by J. L. Cuttle. as a law office 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 f.i Calf Skins, of the best quality, alwavs n haul. Give him a call. Jane 2. 64 JJ-OMK INDUSTRY! BOOTS AND SHOES Made to Order at the Lowest Rates. The undersigned would respectfully invite the attention of tbe citizens of Cleurfiel J and vicini ty, to give him a call at bis shop un Market St., nearly opposite Hartswick A Irwin's drug store, where he is prepared to make or repairanylhing in hi' line. Orders entrusted to him will be executed with promptness, strength and neatness, and all wurk warranted as represented. I have now on hand a stock of extra Trench calfskins, superb gaiter tops, Ac., that 1 will finish up at thelowest figures. AnneL3tb 1S- 1 A MEL CONXE1.1.T MISS H. S. SWAN'S, School for Girh, Clearfield, Pa. The Spring Term of Fourteen weks will com mence on Monday, April 10th, 1371. TKKMS or VCITIOH. Reading. Orthography. Writing. Primary Arithmetic an i Primary Geography, per term, (of U weeks), 57 9 History, Local and Descriptive Geography with Map Drawing. Grammar, Montal and Written Arithmetic. t ' Botany, Geology. Physiology. Natural Phi losophy, Physical Geography. A!gbr. Rhetoric Etymology and Latin, 1- l Oil Painting. (24 lesions). 12 CD Monochromatic Drawing. 10 "' Crayon, Pencil Drawing, (no extra charge). Instrumental Music. (30 lesonn. 1 0 Wax Flowers and Fruiu. with muteriils. at teacher's charges. For full particulars send for Circular. Clearfield, August '.7. 1870-ly SOMETHING NEW IN ANSO.NVIL1.E. Clearfield county, renn'a. Th undersigned having erected. durin ti e past summer, a large and commodious ttore room. 18 now engaged in filling it up with a new and select assortmentof Fali and Wintcrgocij. which he offers to the public at prices to suit the time' Ilia stock of Mens' and boys' clothing if cru-ual ly extensive, and is offered te customer? st from S10 to S20 for a whola suit. Flour.Salt.anl tra ceries, of every kind, a complete abutment: Stoves and Stove-pipe, a heavy stock ; I'oot? and Shoes, Hats and Caps, in great variety : Ladiea' dress goods, furs, and other fancy gooJs. torether with an endless assortment of notions too tediom to enumerate, always on hand, and ir sale verv cheap. Prints at 10 cents a yard. and other gwii in proportion. . Now is the time to buy. Country produce of every kind, at the higheit market prices, will be taken in eichar.pe for goods; and even Greenbacks will not be refuse 1 for any article in store. Examine my arock be fore you buy elsewhere. October 30. 167. ft. SWAN. s. PORTER SHAW. 1. ! & Otrs in MASONIC BUILD IV', Clearvield, Pa. Puttlngof th XATURALTEETH in a healthy preservative and useful condition, is uiJ specialty. Diseases and mat formations common to tbe mouth, jaw and associate part" are trei" and corrected with fair success. Examinations and consultations FftKK Prices for partial and lull sets or Teeth rCB lower than in 1870. It would be well for patients from a difance to let me know, by mail, a few days i'efyre .-oairS to the office. It is very important that children between tn ages of six and twelve years shoild hsrs tfc'r teeth EXAHinco. By Anaesthesia teeth are extracted with 'i t t ain. February 15, 1871-tf. D E N T A L CAR -DR. A. M. niLLS, Wuld aay to bis patients and the public gener ally that, having dissolved partnership with lr. Shaw. he is now doing tbe entire work of his om- himself, so that patients need not fear bein p under the hands of any other operator. slaving obtained a reduction oi c e plate material, I am enabled to put up tee a r. ,h. rrn,.riw 1 alo bare lr- th MCCB Stock s patent process for woraing un""1' f which makes a much lighter, more elastic n stronger plate for the same amount of material, and polishes tbe plate on both sides, rendering it much more easily kept clean , Special attention paid to the presetvation oi the natural teeth, and all work guaranteed en tirely satisfactory to patients. Otfic at th old stand opposite the Shaw House. Omce hour from 8 to 12. A. and I to 5. r. in patients from a distance should notify me i" days beforehand of their intention to come. Always at home unless ether notice PP5,r IB both the county papers lre-J - - . . . . i " . 1 . r r. O ALT SALT!: A prim artUI of grooad aalt. put up in pat.ut s.s. for ad a O mm at th stoi of prices, at MOSSOP'S.