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ClSlAPAA ITG UST2, 1 87 U "To PTnos. To in?n:e the safe trantmisblon of money by mail, patron" should Hmit by check or money-or ier, or have the,r letter, registered. A receipt will be enclosed io the firft paper after the money comes to band: .. ,lirr$ ins'rtrd vnrler the hen,hs of ' Sjrnal r at 15 cents a hue for first insertion ; awl , mtli " 'in-far rack suhs-gnenl insertion. Clearfield E. E.-Sntnmer Arrangement. Express leaves Clearfield : 5.00 a m. .. liigier it : - .. - Philipsburg at Osceola at : : .4 " Sandy RiIg at i " Intersection at Arrrives at Tyrone at : : Ixrr.E.is leavea Tyrone at : Intersection at u Sandy KiJgo at Osceola at : : " fbtlipsburg at - Bigler at : : Arrives at Clearfield at : 3Iail leares Tyrone at : : " Intersection at fandy Hidge at ' O.acola at : Philipsburg at : u Iligler at : . Arr'iTcs at Clearfield at : JTj.il leaics Clearfield at : P.lslcr at : : ' Philipsburg at . Osceola at : - " FandyKiJje : Intersection at I !t" fttTfrfine at - - & 29 a. in. 6 03 a. m. 6 2ft a. m. B.3S a. tn 7 27 a. m. 7.40 a. m A. 50 p. m. 7 03 p. m. 7.52 p. ra. : 8 10 p. m. 8 30 p. m. 8 :X p in : 9.30 p.m. 6.30 a m. ft 43 a. m. 9.32 n. m. 9 511 a. m. 10 10 a. m 10 34 a m. 11.10 a. in. 3 00 p. m. 3 29 p. m. 4 03 p. m : 4 20 p. in. : 4 31 p m. 5 27 p. ru. & 40 p. m ... . . -1 . .. i. itli Cincinnati llearneiu jiau .-um "-" - -- - Expre-s East, and Mail West, on Mam Line, also with the Bald Egle Fxpress East. for Lock 11a Tn. and points West of Lock Haven. Clearfield Mail North connects from Cincinnati Express West, and Ilarriiburg Accommodation East, on Main Line. . Clearfield Express Sonth connects wnn Ilarris burg Accoumodjtion East, and Local Passenger West, for Altoona. and llrlliJaysburg Branch ; also with Bald Eajle Mail East f r Lock Haven and Willian.pnrt. North conne-;ts from Mail "West, and Cincinnati Express East, also from Bald Eagle Mail West. KF.Lic.toc3. Divine services will 1 e held next S.ibbath, in ClearfitlJ, as follows: By U.v. Hall, in St. Andrew's Episcopal chinch, at 11 A. M. and 7 V. M. Sunday whool at 3 P. M. Prayer nioeting every "Wednesday eveninjr at 7 o'clock. Tis- Rrtv. Cutler.in the l'resl.vterian church. morning and cveniiijr. Sabaath school at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting every eJnesday evenins at 7 o'clock. By Uev. J. H. M'Cord, in the Methodist church, morning and evening. Sabbath school at 9 A. M. Prayer meeting, every Thur?dav at 71 P. M. Communion services Pirt Sabbath of cverv month at Hl A. M. J?y llev. Mr. Skinner, in llu: Baptist church, morning and evening, alternately. Sabbath School every Sabbath, at :t o'clock P. M. The ul lie invited to attend. Bead the communication concerning the t-treets, in this issue. The water, in the river at this place, U lower at present than it has been at any t'nie during this season. The 'Independent" School House, in West Clearfield, is in course of erectioD. It is 2 j by 45 feet in size. A coon rain is much needed in this re gion just row, as the drouth is somewhat retarding (he growth of corn, buckwheat and potatoes. The Park Association have contracted for the erection of a hall, 25 by O feet, ou their grounds. It is to be finished in time for the County Fair. Thanks. We return our thanks to Mrs. Ward for a bucket full ot whortleberries. Also, to Jere Butler for a like quantity. The berries were large and of most excel lent qualtity. They were gathered in the "Land of Goshen." The whortleberry region has been veiled by hundreds of persons daily, for the past two weeks. It is estimated that several thousand bu.-hels have been picked and carried away during that time. The season, however, is pretty nearly over. List of Litteks remaining unclaimed in the Postoffice, at Clearfield, July 31. 1S71 : Arnold, J. P. Copt nhaver Miss M. Conrad, Jacob Gardner, William rnman, Jacob Kafferty, Miss Mien Chrisiner, Sadie C. Watson, Walter It. Curry, Mrs. II. P. A.Gaclix, P. M. Jes' So. Jo.-h Billings "switched off" ladly on the I'bilipsburctrs, last week. lie "blum'.ercd" off to Philipsburg, New Jer sey, instead of coming to our neighboring mountain village of that name. Josh must have had on a very heavy load of ''Milk ' about that time. Tiios. L. Martin, Piopr.etor of the IV cohontas (Ark.) Expre, gave us a call on Friday last. lie has been visiting his friends in this section, who were no doubt clad once more to behold him in a virilized country, lie has a genial spirit and carries with him our best wishes for his future prosperity. lHE 1 hilipst.urs Journal says: l lie " Clearfield Agricultural Society was so cx- " crutiatir.gly interested in home enterprise ' as to send to the city for their posters " which by the way was done no better no cheaper, either than they would have been " at home. Enough said." lV.-'ht ! Bro. El-worth. Puopeuty Sales. Hon. Jas. T. Leon ard, last week sold his farm in Lawrence towVip, two miles east of Clearfield, to Mr. Kobt.it Mitchell, for $20,000. Mr. V 'at rick Vlynn has purchased from Messrs. Albert & Ward'.e, a tract of timber land in Woodward town-hip. for $34,500. A!s3, the Beading & Fisher tract, in san:c township, for $40,000. Mr. Frederick Wingert, last week sold 1C acnes of timber land in Bell township, to Messrs. I. K. Fullerton, Jas. Mitchell t:n 1 James MetJee, for $5,..20. K. B. Improvements. We observe that the railroad company is erecting a large der rick at the frieglit house, in this place, which will greatly facilitate the loading and unloading of heavy freight. The company are about to e-ilarge the platform at the rascnt'er depot, build a fence around their buildings, and otherwise improve and beau tify their grounds. Preparatory to the lat ter improvements, we would suggest that he grounds at the passenser depot should be graded in such manner as to carry the water away from the buildings, and thus prevent the unsightly mud holes by which they have been surrounded in the -past. At a Teacher's Institute a prize of ten dollars was offered to any one who wouid wiite and spell correctly the following sen tence : "It is an agreeable sight to witness the unex.impled embarrassment of a haras bed pedlar attempting to gauge the symme try of a peeled otion, which a cibyl has stabbed with his poniard regardless of the innuendoes of the lilies of the cornelian hue." Thirty-eight teachers competed for the prize, but not one was successful. Local Correspondence. Oar Streets. Mr. Editor: You have called attention to the fact that the Borough authorities are at present engaged in repairing the streets. For this oar eitizens should be duly thank ful to the Town Council ; but, at the same time, it is proper to say that the repairs they arc making are simply patch work. The filling of holes with stones is only a temporary improvement, for as soon as wet weather sets in, new holes will be formed by the side of the stones, and the streets will be in as bad condition as ever. But how should the work be done ? may be asked. The best way is to stone the streets all over. In the centre, the stone should be from 10 to 12 inches in thickness, and tapered down to a few inches at the sidus. The middle of the streets should be at least eighteen inches higher than the gutters along the pavements, which would throw the water off the streets into the gut ters, and thus mea urably prevent injury from that source. This grade will hold good in all cases. The fact is, too much stress cannot be placed upon the matter of rounding up the streets, and it is to this, as well as to the general work of repairing, that the Town Council should give special attention. The Borough finances are in a good con dition, and whatever may be done in the way of substantial and proper improve ment of the streets, will be money well ex pended, and will meet tha approval of all tax payers. Patching up mud holes is not that kind of improvement. It is only, as already intimated, preparing a place for a new mud hole, and will leave the streets in no better condition than if this sort of re pairing had not been done. It is to be hoped, therefore, that a little practical com mon sense will be exercised in this matter, and the highways of our town put in a con dition of which we need not be ashamed. A Tax Pateil Taken Puisuxeil Oa la-t Thursday evening, July 27th, as llev. W. B. Skinner was leisurely looking over his manuscript, his ianctuni was invaded by a company of persons, who took him into custody, without even reading their warrant for so doing. io time to make a defense was given. Bclcase on a writ of habeas corpus was impossible. He was crowned King of the evening, and forced to preside over the deliberations of the large party as they disposed of cakes and other delicacies provided by the inva ding party. Alter the viands were amply dis'-uscd, they took the liberty ot present ing the prisoner with some of the needful, in the shape of greenbacks. And then, af fcr spending some length of time in pleas ant, social conversation, the invaders dis persed, intimating that a season of rest would soon be voted the person in custody, when release from toil and arduous labors would take place. The Pastor the recipient of the favors returns his humble thanks to the donators for tluir gifts, which he accepts ts a token of confidence during his stay among the people of bis charge. Late Publications. Artiicr's Home Maoazixe for August has made its appearance, and contains its usual amount of literature and fashion. It should be in the -hands of every lady. $2 a year. T. S. Arthur & Sons, Phil'p. The Children's IIocr. This interest ing little Magazine for children is again on our table, and is as attractive as ever. T. S. Arthur & Sons, 1'hil'a, publishers. $1.25 a year. The Soxa Messenger contains each month sixteen pages of new and spicy mu sical literature, songs, glees, qnartetes, part-songs, etc , etc., written expressly for it by the best writers and composers. One year $ I. Address Boot & Cady, Chicago. L. France Klf.mante Modes de Paris, imported monthly, gives four very fine. highly-colored steel engravings, a number of uncolored fashion plates, sixteen pages of interesting reading matter, letter cn fashion, and full directions for making and trimming dresses. One year $0. Address S. T. Tay lor, 301 Canal st, New York. It is seldom that cheapness is associated with merit and real value, but we must make an exception of Peters' Musical Monthly. This valuable work conies to us regularly each month overflowing with choice new music some fifteen pieces in each number. Address J. L. Peters, 500 Broad way. New York. The Press, published by Horton & Leon ard, Chicago, comes to us resplendent with typographical and artistic beauty. This is, perhaps, the handsomest periodical of the kind in the West. DlEO: On Saturday, Jnly 22d, 1S7I. at her father's home, in Indiana county, Mrs. Ma- ry h. Hancock, or Lawrence township this county. On Friday, July 2Sth, loTl, in Lawrence township this county, of consumption, Mrs. Maria McMi i.lf.n, of Spruce Creek, Hun tingdon county. Aged 27 years, 11 months and 15 d:iy. CLOSINU QUOTATIONS of Governmcn j ritics, at i T. Brady S. Co'a. No. 63 W t Seen ood St. Pittsburgh, July 22. Ia71. nrr gei.L 110 lilf lift 117, ll:)J H2i lloj nui JH'i 110 10"i 107 m liwj 1191 1191 UH 113 88 i 100 15J C.oH, II. S. 6's 1SS1. U S. 5-20's. 1H2, li. 8. 5-20 g. IStH, U. S. 5-2n'a. 18(15, ! s iftjir 5-20'g. January A Joly, 185, 5-2o', January ft July. 1 87, .hnn,r .lnl 1 I'nion Pacific Railroad. Central Pacific Railroad, ty. 1 tucn -s, pectut totals. Toilet articles in great variety at A. I Shaw's Drug Store. Don't fail to call and see them. We noticed a newcomer walking down Second street on Saturday evening "sport ing" an elegant pair of boots bran new and upon inquiry found that be had just ar rived iu Clearfield and gone straightway to T. M. Alexander's Boot and Shoe store, on Second street, and male the purchase. See advertisement in another column. The best, the freshest, and purest Drugs, Medicines, etc, just received at A. I. Shaw's. Those in want of anything in that line will find it to their advantage to buy at Shaw's. Cheap lubricating Castor Oil, Lightning Fly-killer (paper). Sponges of all varieties and sizes. Flavoring extracts ot a superior quality, for sale at Hartswick & Irwin's Drug Store, Second street. TJuly 19 3in. A Sunday School Celebration and Festi val will be held at New Millport on Satur day, the 5th day of August. Dinner, mild drinks, and confections provided in a grove. Proceeds to be used for completing and fur nishing the parsonage. Moses Wise, David Erhard, Thomas Long, D. A. Wise, Com mittee. . July 20, 1S71, 2t. KlSSlGEN anil Vichy waters on draught at A. I. Shaw's. His soda fount is a mag nificent alTair, and the sparkling liquid flow ing from it most delicious. Try it. Dr. F. Platto, formerly of Syracuse, N. Y., desires us to inform the people of Clearfield and vicinity that he has pcrma rently located among them, for the purpose of practising his profession. The Doctor will be in readiness to attend to all profes sional calls, either night or day. His office is on Keed street, south side, between the Bailroad and Second street, where he may be found night and day, when not engaged elsewhere. March 8, 187J.tf New Firm. By reference to their ad vertisement, iu another column, it will be seen that Messrs. Schwartz & Graff, having withdrawn from the firm of A. II. Francis cus & Co., and purshased the stock of Jas. II. Coyle & Co., cow carry on the Wood and Willow-ware business at 510 Market st, Phil'a, under the title of Schwartz & Graff, where they will always bo ready to welcome their many friends. Mr. Graff, with whom we have a slight acquaintance, is a gentle man in every respect ; but, as he is so well known among our business men, it is un necessary to say more. Purchasers wanting wood and willow ware, oil cloths, cotton yarns, etc., would do wcil to give them a call. Debility and Emaciation both result from the lack of ability to convert the food into nutriment. How necessary, then, lor those suflering from these aiarming fynip toms to immediately resort to a remedy that will strengthen the stomach and digestive organs.' For, as soon as this desirable ob ject has been accomplished the health im proves, and the patient resumes his usual personal appearance. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters have attained a wnrUI-wiJo popular ity in such cases, and have been proven the best and safest means of removing consti pation, toning the stomach, riving energy to the liver, and relieving every symptom of nervousness and depression ot spirits. Its cheering and beneficial effects are highly spoken of by thousands, who own to it their restoration to health. No restorative in the annals of medicine has attained the same popularity in the short space of time it has been before the public, or has wun the high endorsements accorded to this excellent ton ic. Many other preparations, purporting to.be correctives and restoratives, have beeu introduced, and have perished one by one, while the popularity of Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters contiuues to increase, and is now recognized as a standard household medi cine. The suocess which attends the use of the Bitters evinjes at once its virtues in all cases of debility and disease of the stomach. Certificates, almost without number, have been published, attesting its truly miracu lous power in removing those painful and tearful diseases. And at this time it seems idle to do more than call attention to the great remedy of the age, in order to awaken public attention to its excellence. It is the only preparation of the kind that is reliable in all cases, and it is therefore worthy of the consideration of the afflicted. Clearfield Retail Markets. CORRECTED W Apples, dried, lb, EEKLT BT H. UOSSOP. 10 Hay, ton, 1 Hams. Ib. 20 00 20 12 14 17 70 1 00 12 22 00 1 30 Apples, green, ba, Applebutter, gal, 1 00 J Shouldere, lb, Hutter. lb. Beef, fresh, lb, lSecf. dried, lb, Buckwheat, hu, 1 Kuckwheat Sour. lb. ' Beans, bu, 2 Board, par M. 14 Corn. shelled, 1 " ears, " meal, 2 Chop, rye. 2 ' mixed; 2 Cheese, lb. Cherries. Ib, Chickens. d resssed.lb Eg?s, Flour, bbl, 8 sides, Ib, Lard, lb. Oafs, bu. Onions, bu, Pork, lb. Pork, mess, bbl Potatoes, bu, Plaster, bbl. Peaches, dried. 3 50 lb. 13 Kye, bu, Rags, Ib, Salt, per sack, Shingles, lS in. Shingles. 28 in, Timothy seed, b Wheat, bu, Wool, lb, 1 20 3 2 50 5 00 12 00 8 00 i eo 40 CAIT1 ION. AH persons ara barefly caution ed against purchasing; or in anyway med dling with two gray HORSES, one red COW. one red and white COW, and two yearling CALVES, now in possession of Hiram Pasjmora. ef Fergu son township, as they belong to ma and are sub ject to my order at any tima JjI9. 71-3t. D. L. FERGUSON. PRIVATK OK PrHLIC SUE OF VALUABLE KCAL ESTATE. The subscriber will offer at publio sal, at his re.-ii Jccee, at 2 o'clock, p. m., oa Thursday, August 24, 1S71, (If not sooner sold), his entire property, situated in I'nion township. Clearfield county. Pa., con sisting of 309 acres and 6 per cent, allowance, of the best of Farm, Timber and Coal Lands, in 3 surveys, lying io one body; will sell either eep erate. or together, at reasonable rates. The im provements are as follows : About 110 acres clear ed and under good cultivation, with four dwel ling bouses, three barns, one saw mill, and other out buildings, and three first rate orchards of cheice lrutt trees, and the best of running water near the houses. The balance of these lands tim bered with Pine, Hemlock and other timber, suf ficient to cut about fire million feet of lumber. For a mineral property this is the best in this part of the country, consisting of Iron Ore, Lime stone and Stonecoal.of the best quality, and in large veins, easily mined and convenient to the railroads now under way of building. For particulars call on the subscriber, or address him at R.K-ktu, Clearfield county, Pa. June 21. JOHN DRESSLER. D UY GOODS the cheapest in the county,, May a. 'B7. MJ.S.--Or,'. CARBOLIC PLANT PROTECTOR, for ale by HARTSWICK A IRWIN. DRIED FRUIT, at reduced prices, at May 12,'69. MOSSOP'S. FOR SALE. - The undersigned offer for sale the following valuable property, to wit: Lot No. 13, in the gen eral plan of the town of Houttdale, Woodward township. Clearfield county, beiiig 50 feet front on Hannah street by 150 feet deep on Spruce ft , and nearly opposite tUe Penn'a Railroad l'epot. Krected thereon is a goed new two-story frame house. 18 by 26 feetwith a well finished basement, and a spring of never failing water at the door. Also, erected thereon a one and a-balf story frame house, 16 by 24 feet, and a good barn. 16 by 2n feet all in good repair. The property is well calcula ed for a Hotel. For particulars as to the locatiou of the property, and terms of sale, in quire of I11VI3 A KRKBS. Jy 19 '71-nt. Clearfield. Pa. ORPHANS' COUItT SALE. In pursuance of an order of the Orphans Court of Clearfield eounty, the undersigned. Adminis trator, 6e , of Michael Eason. late ef Centre eo , deed , wilt sell at public sale, at the publio house of Milo Uoyt, in the Borough of Osceila, on Thursday, August 3d, 1871, all that certain house and lot of ground, situate on the East side of Blanchard street, in said Bor ough, and known in the general plot thereof as lot Ko. 197. The improvements consist of a two- story frame house, st.ible and other outbuildings. Ir.itus One-naif cash on confirmation of aae. and the balance, with interest, in one year there after, the latter payment to be secured by bond and mortgage on the property. Jy 12,'71-ts. AUSTIN KERIK, Adm'r. MISS II. S. SWAN'S, Schoolor Girls, Clearfield, Pa. The Fall Term of Feurteen weeks will com mence on Monday, September 4th, 1371. TERMS OP TriTIOH. Reading, Orthography, Writing, Primary Arithmetic and Primary Geography, per term, (of 14 week." I, ST It History, Local and Descriptive Geography with Map Drawing, Grammar, Mental and Written Arithmetic t tt Botany, Geology, Physiology, Natural Phi losophy, Physical Geography, Algebra, Rhetoric. Etymology and Latin, 12 09 Oil Painting, (24 lessons), 120 Monochromatic Drawing, 10 0 Crayon. " 6 St Pencil Drawing, (no extra charge). Instrumental Music, (30 lessons). II 09 Wax Flowers and Fruits, with materials, at teacher's charges. For full particulars send for Circular. Clearfield, August 17. lS70-ly. J3ROPOSED AJIE3BMEST TO TBS Constitution of Pennsylvania. Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Pennsylvania. Be It Resolved ly the Senate and House of Rep resentatives of th C ommonwealth of Pemtsylva- nia in General Assemili met. That the following amendment of the Constitution of this Common wealth be proposed to the people for their adop tion or rejection, pursuant to the previsions of the tenth article thereof, to wit : AMENDMENT. Strike out the Sixth Section of the Sixth Arti cle of tho Constitution, and insert in lieu thereof the 'ollowing : -' A State Treasurer shall be chosen by the qua! ified electors of the State, at such times and tor such term of service as shall be prescribed by law." JAMES H. WEBB, Speaker of the Ucuse of Representative', WM. A. WALLACE, . Speaker of the Senate Approved the fifteenth day of June, Anno Dom ini oa: thousand eight hundred and sevent3-one. . - :. JOHN W. GEARY. Prepared and oertifird for publication pursu aut to the Tenth Article of the Constitution. F. JORDAN, Secretary oZ the Commonwealth Office Secretary of the Commonwealth . rt.rn.burg Jul; 5, 871-Jy 19. TO THE PUBLIC. The undersigned would inform farmers and others in want of Improved Agricultural Imple ments, that he is the Agent for the best machine ry in the country. He has WALTER A WOODS' MOWER, which took the First Prize at the Paris Exposi tion, in 13H7, when Sixteen of the best Mowing Machines in Europe and America were on trial. I will warrant this machine to give satisfition, and give time for trial, when, if it does not work as recommended, I will take it back. Stoners and Ilagerstown HAY RAKES; two of the best in the market have never been equalled by any other rakes. Two styles of - II A Y PORKS, M ELLIS AND SPROUTS, the best forks manufactured. Ellis i Hoffman's one-horse THRESHING MACHINES, which will thresh from one hundred to two hun dred bushels of grain in day. They do more work than moat ot the two horse machines now in the market. - - BUCKEYE GRAIN DRILL, S TONER 1'A IfNING MILL, best tn. market, FEED CUTTERS, of all hmds, I1ICKOCK CIDER MILLS, DOG POWERS foi Chnrns, and all other kindsof Ag icultural Implements. Call at Brown V Bro s Meat Market, Second St., Clearfield , Pa., where all desired information can be obtained Jy 12. 1871. M. G. BROWN. Agent. II ALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer. Every year increases the popularity of this val uable Hair Preparation; which is due to merit alone. We ean assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its high standard ; and it is the only reliable and perfected preparation for re storing GRAY OK FADED HAIR to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous and silken. The scalp, by .its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff, and, by its tonic properties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates and nourishes the hair glands. By iu use, the hair grows thicker and stronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most economical Hair Dressing ever used, as it requires feaer applications, and gives the hair a splendid glosy appearanre A. A. Hayes. M. D., State Assayer of Massachusetts, says, "The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for excellent quality; and I consider it the Best Pbcparatios lor its intended purposes.'' Fold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines. Price One Dollar. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE FOR THE WHISKERS. As our Renewer in many cases requires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or fa ded whiskers, we have prepared-this dye, in one preparation ; which will quickly and effectually accomplish this result. It ia easily applied, and produces a color which will neither rub norwuh off. Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents. MAXUrACTCBCD BT '. R. P. HALL k CO., Jy 12, Nashua, N. H. '71-ly. PORSALE. A Double Turbine Water A Wheel, manufactured by James Laffell k Co.. at SpringGeld, Ohio, is new and will be sold at less than cost. For further particulars in quire of the undersigned at Clearfield. March I, '7l.-tf. A. S. GOODRICH. TNSURK YOUR PROPERTY. The - undersigned are prepared io take any reasonable fire risks, in good and reliable com panies, sacb as the '-runners aiutual, oi iors. Pa ."Andes," of Cincinnati. Ohio, Germania," of New York, and others. Rates reasonable, and in case of loss money paid up promptly April 12, 71 IRVIN A KREBS. WOOL WANTED. 10.000 pounds of ' Wool wanted, for which the hisrhcot market price will be paid. Wool carding will be done throughout the season at moderate prices Vt e a'eo have on hand a large stock ot woolen goods, enough te supply all our eld customers, and as many new ones as will give us a call. JAMES JOHNSTON A SON, April 2S,'7I (Imp. EelU' Run, Pcnn tp. NEW FIRM! ti. a en tr...... .h. n n.. Provision business will be known hereafter under the name of KRATZER k LYTLE. Thanking thm nuhlia for naxt favors thev hone for aeontinuance of the same. Clearfield, Feb. 8, 187 1. . J. BLAKE WALTERS, REAL ESTATE BROKER, A!fD DEALER IX Saw Los and Lumber, CLEARFIELD, PA. Real estate bought and sold, titles examined, taxes paid, conveyances prepared. Office in Masonie building, on Second Street Room No. 1. Jan ib. '71. Co-Partnership in Store. C. A.Rorobaugh having associated with him in the Mercantile business, in Lawisville, Clear field county, Mr. C. K. McCracken, solicits a con tinuance of the patronage so generously extended heretofore : Having just returned from the eastern cities their stock em biaces a large and varied assort ment of Dry Qoeds, Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware, and in fact nearly everything .usu ally kept in a country store, which they will sell at prices to suit the times. Country produce taken in exchange for goods C. A.ROROBAUGH. May 19, 7e.-tf. C R. McCRACKEX E W W A S II I N G T ACADEMY! O N G. W. INNES, A. M., Principal. The first session of this institution will com nience on Monday, the 15th day of May next, term 5 months. .v Pupils can enter at any time, and will becharg ed tuition from the time they enter until the close of the session. The course of instruction will embrace all branches included in a thorough praatical edu cation for both sexes. Vocal music taught when desired Good boarding can be bad at public or private bouses at THRfcrJ DULLAKa FfcK Wfcfch.. Parents can be assured that the ability and en ergies of the Principal will be devoted to the mental and moral training of those placed under bis charge. Terms of tuition will be moderate, and ean be ascertained by addressing Dr. J. I.ixe. at New Washington, or the Principal G. W. Isnes, at Apollo, Armstrong eounty, Pa., but who will be at yew wapningron alter April 1st. mar.zJ. 41 c LOTH IN O! CLOTH INS 11 GOOD ASS CHI A?!!! -.. , K .n J Ilo aB k. cnplpied with f ul suits 01 seasonable ana lasnionable olottiicg a I. L. REIZENSTEIN'S, where it is seld at prices that will induce their purchase. The universal satisfaction which has been given, has induced him te increase his s'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab lishment ef the kind in this part of the State. I. L. REIZENSTEIN, Sells gi,eds at a very small profit, fer easb ; His goods are well made and fashienable. He gives every one the worth ef his meney. lie treats his customers all alike. He sells cheaper than every body else. His store is conveniently situated. He having purchased his stock 1 1 reduced prices he ean sell cheaper tl an ethers. Fer these and other reasons persons should buy their clothing at I. L. REIZENSTEIN'S. Produce ef every kind taken at the highest market prices. May 18, lb!4. WELCOME NEWS TO THE HUNGRY ONES. SHOWERS' FAMILY GROCERY, MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. The undersigned has just received from the East, and is now offering to the publio, a well se lected stock of Family Groceries, such as HAMS, DRIED BEEF, FISH, SALT. CHEESE, MOLASSES, SUGARS, RICE, TEA, COFFEE, SPICES, ETC. VERMICELLO, SAGO. TAPIACO, DRIED PEACHES, PRUNES, RAISINS. DRIED APPLES. PICKLES, SAUCE. CANNED VEGETABLES J- FRUIT, KETCHUP. CRACKERSt NUTS and CANDIES. ORANGES, LEMONS. and all kinds of green fruits and vegetables in In short, nearly every article wanted for family use. AH goods warranted to be of auperior quality. PRICES LOW, FOR CASH. THE PLACE. Rooms one door west of the Mansion Hoa-e, and lately occupied by Messrs. Hartswick A Irwin as a Drug Store. All are invited to call and examine my stock and judge for themselves of quality and prices. JOSEPH S. SHOWERS. June 7, 1S71-U TOUT H S' A$V BOYS' CLOTHING. The undersigned having recently added READ Y-MA DE CLO THING to his former business, would respectfully solicit an examination ol his stock. Being a practical Tailor he flatters himself that he is able to offer a better class of ready-made work than has heretofore been brought to this mar ket. Anyone wishing to buy goeds in this line - would save money by calling at his store. ' and making their selections. Also, . a full supply of Gents'furuishing goods always on hand. Feeling thankful for past favors, he would re spectfully solicit a centinnance of the same. April 23.1869. H. BRIDGE. SUN'S JOty Job Office. On TTand FIRST CLASS COMMERCIAL 50TE, PACKET NOTK, LETTER, FLAT CAP, ASD CHECK FOLIO PAPERS BILL HEAD, MONTHLY STATEMENT, AND STATEMENT PAPERS. CRYSTAL, ENAMELED, AND BRISTOL BOARD VISITING CARDS. BRISTOL BOARD. CHINA AD COMMON BUSINESS CARDS, OF VARI0U3 SHADES AND COLORS. AN ASSORTMENT OF COLORED PAPER, FOR DRUGGIST'S LABELS, AND HANDBILLS. miNTED TO ORDER, on short notice, AND AT CITY TRICES. Jlats and Caj)s. THB PLACE TO GET HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, IS AT Fullerton's Xew Store, ONE DOOR NORTH OF The New Masonic Building, CLEARFIELD, PA The largest stock of goods ia this line, erer brought into the eounty, is now open for the inspection of the publio. and will be sold ' at the Very Lowest Cash Prices, Also, a splendid assortment of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, consisting of SHIRTS, COLLARS, KECKTIES, HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, Etc. A large stock of CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS, whioh will be disposed of at astonishingly low prices. A share of patronage is respectfully solicited . DON'T FAIL TO CALL. D. P.. FCILERTON, . Sbcoxd St., Below Mabket, Clearfield, Pa. April 5, 1S71. IMPORTED LIQUORS, arcs as BRANDIES and HOLLA ND GINS. PURE OLD GRATE BRANDIES, PURE OLD CAUINET WHISKEYS. OLD GRAPE WINES. All the above brands warranted pore arid to excel anything in this market for medicinal pur pones OKO. '. COHSUlt:, March 30,'70-tf.J Prop r of Shaw lloue. MOSIIANNON Land and Lumber Co., MANUFACTURE LUMBER, LATH, PICKETS, AND SHINGLES. II. II. SIIILLLN'GFORP, Trc-i.lent, Ofie Forett Plan, 125 S. iih St., Phil a. JNO. LAWSIIE, Gcn'l Sup't, Osceola Milts, Clearfirld County, Pa. Moslmnnon Laud and Lumber Co., Offer Inducements to Purchasers of CHOICE GOODS, AT THEIR M A M M O T II STORE IN OSCEOLA. Moshannon Land and Lumber Co., Offer LOTS in the Borough of Osceola and vicinity for'sale. Terms easy. Apply at the Office of the Co. JOHN LAWSIIE, Gen'l Sup't. January 19,1871. ATTENTION, BUYERS READ! READ!! Who sells the cheapest goods in tho county ? MOSSOP ! Who sells Lest calicoes atl2jctsa yard MOSSOP! Who sells best unbleached muslin at 17 cents MOSSOP! - Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at $5 00? MOSSOP! Who sells Hall's best Coarse Boots at St 50? MOSSOP! Who sells Hall's bestKip Boots at 4,50? MOSSOP! Who sells Hats lower than anybody else? MOSSOP! Who sells Sugar the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Syrup the cheapest? MOSSOP! Who sells Flour the cheapest ? MOSSOP? Who sella Chop and Feed the cheapest? MOSSOP! Who sells Hardware the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Queensware the cheapest ? MOSSOP?- Who sells Tinware the cheapest? MOSSOP! Who sells Clothing the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Piaster the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Salt the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who first brought goods down to th$ lowest cash prices ? MOSSOPt Everybody should buy their goods at MOSSOP' sr Clearfield, May 13. 13 69