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cxMt farmer. A Fanner's Experience Tlie suceesssul life of Mr. Jacob Strawn, the prince of American farm ers, id qttributc;l to tlie close observ ance of the following maxims, origina ted by himself : Yhen you wake up. donot roll over hut roll out. It v. ill enable you to ditch all your sloughs, break them, har row them, and sow them with timothy and red clover. One bushel of clover to two bushels of timothy is enough. Make your fencing high and strong so that it will keep cattle and pigs out. If you have brush make your lots secure, and keep your hogs from the cattle, for if the corn is kept clean they will cat it better than if it is not. Be snre to get your hands to bed at seven o'clock they will rise early by force of circumstances. I'ay a hand ; if he is a poor hand, all you promise him; if he is a good hand pay him a little more; it will encourage him to do still better. Always feed your hands as well as you do yourself, for the laboring men are the bone and sinew of the land, and ought to-be well treated. v. I am satisfied that getting up early, industry and regular habits are the best medicine ever prescribed for health. V'hen rainy, bad weather comes, so that you can't work out of doors, cut, split and haul your wood. Make your racks, fix your fence or a gate that is off its hinges, or weather board your barn where the wind has blown the siding o!F, or patch the roof of your barn or house. S.udy your interest closely, and do not spend anv time in elect in Presi den:., Senators and other smaller offi cers, or talking of hard times when S:)Ciidin3 your time- in whittling store bases, etc. Take your time and make calcula tions, don't do things in a hurry, but ) them at the right time, and keep your lulnl as well as your bodv em- Mark Twain savstliat Horace Gree ley once tried to make a living as writing-master, and failed. His copy was, '"Virtue u its own reward," and the scholars got it, "Wailihig with soap is wholly absurd." KK'.MV OIKLtlOKV. TIME OF HOLDING COURT. 21 Monday in January, I 3d Monday in June. 2 w. 3d ' in March, j 4th " in Sept 2 w. 4:h ia May, 2d in Nov 2 w. COUNTY AND DISTRCT OFFICERS. Fres't Judge Hon.Chas. A Mayer. Lock Haven. As'ie. Judges Hon. Samuel Clyde. Clearfield. Hon. Jacob Willhelm Graharoton SheriT. . . . Justin J. Pio. . . . Clearfield Pro;Uon-tary, Aaron C. Tate. . Keg. A Kce. . Ajrr7 W I.ce, " District V.t'y. '. W. "Waters. " Treasurer. . . Lever rie-al.. . . " Co. Surveyor, !. F McC'isLf, . Curwensville Coiniuiss'u rs, Iavid Ruck. . . Clearfield. Samuel Shaffncr. . Clearfield. Samuel II. liin Jinan, Glen Hope. Auditors. . . Clark Brown. . . . Clearfield. Price A. Rowles, . N.Millport. John I). Miller, . . Hurd. Coroner. . . . James A. Moure, . . Clearfield Co.Superind't'ico W. Snyder, . . LIST OF POST-OFFICES. Tovmliipt. N.tmei of P.O. Names of P.M. Beccnria, - - Glen Hope, - - Hmer DuBree, ... I'tabville, - - - S. McFarland, - - Hcg:.rty'sx! Roads Samuel Hcgarty Rell, - - - Bower, - - S A. Rorahaugh " Caest, .... Thns.A. M'Ohee - - - Custa. - - - -J.W Campbell. .... ustenu. - - - - Jl. L. Henderson ISIoom, - - Forrest. ... - A Igernon Holden Bogjs, - - - Clearfield Bridge, - Jus. Forrest. - - - - Wallaecton, - - John K Macro Bradford. - Woodland, - - - Wm. Albert. .... Wm'sGrovB, - - Ed. Williams Brady, - - - Luthcrsburg. - 1.. B. Carlile " . - - - Troutville. - - Mrs. C. Weaver " - - Jefferson Line. - . John Hcberlin. Burnside. - NewWashington - Srim'l McCune - - - liurnside. - Matthew Iwin. " ... PatchinviHe, - Jack Patchin. " ... East Ridge, - - W. Sumtnerville Chest.- - - - Hurd, .... Lewi; J. Hurd ... McGarvey, - - - Win McGarvey - Westover, - - - S A. Farber. Clearfield. - Clearfield. - - - P. . Gnulin Covington, - Frenchvil'e, - - Claud. Barmoy - - - Karthniis, - - - John Reitcr Curwensville Curwensville. - - Charles Hoe! Decatur, - Philipsburg. Centre county. Pa. ' - - West Decatur, - - Lever Smeal, Ferguson. - Marron. - - . John P Sttaw. Girard, - - - Leconte's Mills. - Augu's Leconte, - - - Bald II i i Is. - - Alex. Irwin. Goshen, Grahm'l. Guolich, Huston, .lo-dan. Kartaaus. Knox, -Morri. - Osceola. -Penn. - Shawsville, - - II. H.Morrow. - Grahsinton.' - - Thos. H.Foreey - Smith's Mills, - Jcs. G. (l.nnoe. - Ailcmans' - - - Henry Alleman. - Tyler. .... Miss R J. Tyler. - PenrSel ! . Frank Bowman. - Ansnnville, - - H. Swrtn Salt Li.k. - - Geo. Heckadnrn. - New Millport, - II J. Sloppy. - Kylertown, - - Ed. C. Brenner. - Morrisdale. - - Jobn Odcll. - Osceola Mills.- - T. F Boalich. - Lumber Citv.t - H W. Spencer. .... Grampian Hills. Jona. Wall Pike. Curwensville, - Chas. Hoe I. I'r.ion. - : - Rocktnn, - - - D. E. lirubaker. W.todwarJ. Jeffries. ... James Lockett. - - - - Mailera. - - - - J. G lerby. 4 This Post Otuco w il do for Chest township, t W ill answer for Ferguson township. STATE a. V. STATES D1KF.CTORY. OFICLitS OF PENNSYLVANIA. Gorernnr. - - - John W Gcarv. Cumberland. Scc'yofCom. - Fraiik .lor Jan, - Bedford, I'cp. Secretary. J. M. Weakler. - r , ... . AU'iitoruen - jonn t .nartrann, Montgomery, Surveyor Gen.- J. M. Campbol!, - Cambria, Attorney Gen. - F. C Brewster, - Philadelj hia, .'.djutant Gen. - I. C. M'Crei y. - Erie. State Trtaarer, Robert W Mickey. - Pittsburg, Sop. Com St-h's J. P.Wickereham, Laocastar, J'epnty Sup't. - C. R.Cobuin, - - Bradford, Stn;e Librarian, Wien Fornev. - - Dauphin. Scrr.r.Mt; Corr.T Chief Justice. James Thomp son. Asciates. Henry W . Williams, John M. !i?e I. Daniel Asrnew. Georce Sharswood. Ses ns. Philadcliiiha, 1st Mon lay of January. Har risbur;. Alh Monday of April Sonbury. lit Mon day of October Pittsburg. 3d Monoay of October OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES. President. - - - Vlysses S. Grant. - Illinois. Vice President. Schuyler Col fas. - Indiana. Sec. of State. - Hamilton Fish. - New York. See. of Treas'y", Geo. S Boutwell, Massachusetts See of War, - Wm. W. Belknap. Iowa. See. of Navy. Ge-. M. Robeson, New Jersey, See. of Interior Jacob D. Cox. - - Obio. P. M Gen. - - J A. J. Creswell, Maryland, Attorney Gen. - E. R. Hoar. - - - Massachusetts i-craawa Cncnv Chief Justice. S, P. Chase, of Ohio. Associate Justices Nathan Clifford, of Main. SamuM Nelson, of New York. David la via. of Illinois. Noah H Swayno. of Ohio. Sam oel F. Miller, of Iowa. Stephen J. Field, of Ca! Sa'.ary of Chief Junics SS.jDQ.of Associates SJ -001?, WEST BRANCH RESTAURANT a a d Ladies' Oyster Saloon, O.N 3EC0.1D ST.. BELOW MARKET, CLEAKFIELD, PA. Constantly kept tn hand a (elected assortment of Candies, Nuts, Cigars, Tobacco, Ae. Alsofresh Oysters received daiTy,and fur sale by the dozen cr hundred. J. II. MACOMBER. Oct. 12. '70. Proprietor. TO LUMBERMEN? PERFECTION IN C AN T HOOKS ! The Clearfield Excelsior Cantbook will not wear oat or break. beiDj constructed with one solid band from clip to point. It is pronounced by all practical Lumbermen who have examined it to be the most perfect cant hook ever inrented. Amos Kennard, Patentee. All orders promptly attended to. Manufactured by AMOS KENNARD k CO., Nov 23. Clearfield. Pa. 1670. LOOK AT THIS ! BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Masie for Piano, Flute and Violin; Blank Account ard Pass Books, of evtry de scription; Paper and Envelopes. French pressed and plain; Pensand Pencils; Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and Promisory Notes; Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment Brief; Legal cap; Record cap and Bill ca, etc., Will be sold at Wholesale or Retail by P. A. GAUL IN, At tke Post office, en Market Street, Clearfield, Pa. May 5. 1333 . L. HEED. G. r. Boor J.r.WEAY " NOTICE. w w: SIS, w. row ELL BETTS CLEARFIELD PLANING MILL ALL RIGHT. Messrs HOOP, WEAVER i CO., Proprietors, ould respectfully inform the citizens ef the county that they have completely refitted aad supplied their PLANING MILL, in this Borough, with the best and latest improved WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, and are bow prepared te execute all orders in their line of business, Each as Flooring, "Weatlierboarding, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and .Moldings, of all kinds. Theyhave a largestock of dry lumber en haad, and will pay cash ferolear stuff, one-and-a-half inch nannel plank preferred Nov S.'n7. S71. 1ST"I SPRING GOODS! THE FIRST OF THE SEASON ! THE CHEAPEST IN THIS MARKET! BUY! r.UY!: BUY!!! O F KRATZER & LYTLB, Your Dry Goods. Your Groceries, Your Hardware, Your Queensware, Your Notions, Tonr Boots! Shoes, Your Leather, Your Shoe Findings, Your Flour and Fish, Your Bacon and Feed, Your Stoves, Your Carpet Chains, Your Hats and Caps, Your Wall Papers, Yoar Oilc'oths. Your Carpets, Your Window Curtains. SALT! SALT!! SALT!!! at wholesale to country merchants. OILS, PAINTS, GLASS, Ac, A liberal discount to builders. Everything that yen need can be had at great advantage to the buyer, at KRATZER LTTLE'S, Market Street, Mar22,'71. Clearfield, Pa. op. the Jail. BIGLER, YOUNG & CO., Cor. Fourth and Phie Street, CLEARFIELD, FA., MAXCraCTCKEKS OF STEAM ENGINES, Mulay and Circular Saw Mills, HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WI1EELS, SHAFTING, PULIE1S, BOLTS, and all kinds of Mill work. STANLEY TAELOR STOVES, COOK STOVES, Heating Stoves, Sld Shoes, Tlows, and eastings of all kinds. DEALERS IX Giffards' Injector, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles Cilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cups, Gauge Cocks, Air Cocks. Glebe Valves, Cheek Valves, Vito: ght Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps, Boiler Feed-Pumps, Anti-friction Metals, Soap Stcne Tacking, Gum Packing, it., te., December H, I370-tf. OR SALE SIX BUGGIES and several TWO HOUSE WAGONS, by K. A. IRVIN A CO.. May SI. s Curwensville. Pa GREAT WESTEHX GDS WORKS. Hi flea. Double and Single Barrel Shot Ouns, Revolvers Ammunition. Sportinz Goods. RiSe Barrels, Locks, Mountings. Gun materials. As Send fur a price Iirt. Address J. II JOHNSTON Great Western Gun Works, 179 Smilhfield Street, Pittsburgh. Pa. N. B. Army Carbines, Kifles and Revo'vera bought or traded Tor. June 14. Tl-om VALUABLE TOWN LOTS FOR SALE, In West Clearfield. The undersigned has under his eontrol TEN VALUABLE TOWN LOTS. 50 y 176 feet, which he offers for sale at a low figure. These lots will be sold on easy terms One-tbird cash, one-third in one year, and one-third in two years, without interest. 1'crsons wishing to purchase can see a plot of the lots at the office of the undersicned. May 3.'7I tf. JOHN II Fl'LFORD. STUMPS! STUMPS!? The undersigned have purchased the right of Clearfield county for Enoch Farnsworth's Stump Extractor, patented June 7th, 1370. This is decidedly the most convenient, most durable, and best machine of the day. Wet weather wil. not effect it. the working part being all of ironl The machine is easily set up, and will work any place that can be plowed. We will sell machines at a small profit on cost, and will try to make it to the advantage of farmers to buy them. We solioit orders from those wanting machines. -U.T. FARNSWORTH, Clearfield. Pa., J. B. GARRISON, GEO. H. HALL, Agent. Curwensville, Pa. Clearfield, Pa. July 13.'7e NEW MEAT MARKET. The undersigned have opened a Meat Market in the room I nrmerly occupied by Alex Irvin.ea Market Street. Clearfield, Pa . adjoining Messea'a, where they jnttnd to keep a full supply of All Kinds of Meat, Fruit and Vegetables, and at prices to suit the times. Their shop will be open regulaly,on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and meat delivered at any point. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited M. (J. BROWN, Ang. S1, 0 tf. S. VT. BROWN. Also continue ts deal in all kinds ef improv ed Agricultural Implements. WATCHES AND JEWELRY I would respectfully announce to eititens of Clearfield and vicinity, that 1 have removed to the new Mar.sonic building, first door below the Man sion Hous, on Second street, with an entire new stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS, and Jewelry, ol the latest styles and of the best finish, selected with care. I will have an assortment of all the latest covelties in jewelry, Ao Thankful for your past liberal patronage I hope by strict attention, to business to merit a continuance ef the same. March l.lS70-tf. S. I. SNYDER. CROCKS! POTS! CROCKS! Stone and Earthenware, of every description. Fishers' Patent Airtight Self-sealing Fruit Caas. SUTTER CROCKS WITH LIDS, PICKLE and APPLE BUTTER CROCKS. CREAM . AND MILK VROCKS. STElf POTS, FLO IV ER PO TS, PIED ISIIES, and a good many ether things too numer- . ous to mention, at the 5 TO .YE- WA R E POTTERY OP F. LEITZINGER, Corner ot Cbarr amnl Xh irvl Bti wt0T CLEARFIELD, PA, Aug 3. '70-tf. THE LATEST MOVE! Harts wick it Irwin's DRUG STORE, TO THEIR NEW BUILDING, O.X SECOND STREET, early opposite the Store or Weaver A Eetts, Where they will continue to supply their old anl as many new customers as may cema, with PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS, and riiarmaecutical Preparations, in cluding all new remedies, PATENT .MEDICINES, FAINTS AND OILS, GLASS AND PUTTY, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY AND PAPER, Also, a full line of DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, ' PERFUMES AND TOILST ARTICLES, HAIR TONICS, COSMETICS, BRUSHES, TOILET SOAPS, POCKET BOOKi, All of the beet quality. PURE WINES AXD LIQUORS, for Medicinal and Sacramental purposes ONLY PURE WniTE LEAD, COLORS, of ail kinds," Raw and Boiled LINSEED OIL.. VARNISflES, TURPEtSTINB, COAL OIL, PAINT AND VARNISH BRUSHES, CONFECTION ARIES, FLAVORING EXTRACTS, BIRD SEED, Ground and Unground SPICES, Ac, A. SMOKERS AND CIIEWERS, Will find our stock of CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO, Imported and Domestic, CIGARS SNUFF and FINE CUT, to be of the very best brands ia the market. Lamps and Lamp Chimneys, Garden Seeds, Mi sical Instruments, Violin Strings, Ao, Having a long experience in the business, and an extensive and well selected stock of Medicines, we are enabled to fill Physicians' Prescriptions at the shortest notice and on the mart reasonable terms, day or night. MaySI.Tl. F II. F. BIGLER & CO., DIALBKI IX HARD Y AvEE. ' vucricrDBisi ar Tin and Sheet Iron "Ware, CLEARFIELD, PA. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, Or ALL ZIXDJ. ALSO, Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying Presses, Improved J' oney; Drawers, le., FOR I ALB IT II. F. BIGLER 4 CO., Dealers in Hardware, March IS J Clbarfibi.d, Pa. " 1I7. 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 ti. Grooved and soldered en outside, WARRAyTED. A2J!0,CLASS fruit jars, for sal by II. F. BIGLER k CO. SAWS! SAWS!! DISTORT, CROSS CUT, XD CIRCULAR SATTS. "" DRA' I Tn rfTV r trr? -jiwr PATENT PFRFORATED, ' " " ELECTRIC BAWS. And DISTON S SAWS of all kinds, for sale by H. V. BIGLER k CO. COOK STOVES! SPEAR'S CALORIFIC, SUSQUEHANNA, SUPERIOR, GOV. PENN. REGULATOR, NOBLK COOK, NA TIONAL RANGE, frc, 6., And all kinds of HEATING STOVES, On hand and for sale by F. BIGLER & CO., SECOND STREET, CLEARFIELD, rA. August 3. 1ST. II. PINK and White Lining Skins, and Roan Skins t U. BIGLER k CO S. TIIIMTiLE-SKEINS and Pipe-boxes, ter Wag ens, for sale by U. F. BIGLkR A CO IKON i IRON!! Best br iron, far sale at the store of Jl. F. BIGLER k CO.- s TOVES of all sorts anil siscs. constantly ea nana at H. F. EIGLEK k CO S c ABLE CHAINS a good article, en hand and forsaleby II. F. BIGLER k CO H ORSE-SfiOES, and horse-mils, te be had it H. r . BIGLER k CO S. 1371. 1871. SPRING CAMPAIGN. " REED BROTHERS' Dry Goods, Notion, Trimming and Millinery Emporium, CLEARFIELD, TA. The Only Exclusive Dry Goodt Slou in the County. Study your Interests. Buj where you can the Cheapest. DRY GOOD . Heavy and Fine Brown Muslins, Bleached Mus lins, extra wide Brown ami Bleached Sheet ings. Pillow Casing. Ticking. Hickory Stripe Denins, Blue Dril's. Cottoa ades, Cassimeres Flanne Is. Prints, Deliiines, Percales, Lawn Hernanies. Grenadine Summer Silk. Jap anese Silk, Black Silk, very good, at $1 25 per yard. The above are new, rresh poods and have only to be priced to know of their remarkable cheapness. HOSIERY. Ladies' plain and ribbed nose. 12i cents to S1.25 " . i . i i i i , r r-. per pair, uuuurrns plain auu inncy iouoa Hare. Gents' b.-own and blue mixed Hose, super stout and superfine British reg ular made Hose, Balbriggan and Lisle Thread Uese, Ladies', Mi.. r h ; i.l n. i : r.1 k Boys' India Gauxe k Lisle Thread nndeiwear. Ladies', Mens, and Childrens Silk, Lisle Thread, and Berlin Gloves. Children's Kid Gloves. Ladies' Kid Gloves, all colors, S1.2J, (1,75 aad (2 0Q per pair. Gents' Kid Gloves, all colors, Lislo Thread aad Berlin Gloves. WHITE GOOD . Piques-choice styles, in stripes. figures. cords and satin finished, 20 to 60 cents ptr yard. Jaco nets, Nansooks. Victoria Lawns. Swiss Mull. Tape Checks, white and colored Tarleton, Mosquito Met, Curtain Ret, 2i. 40, 50, 60 cents and 31.00 peryard. Towels, and Toweling, brown and bleached Table Damasks, Napkins, Quilts, As. English Crochet Edging. Imperial Embroidery, Registered Embroidery, Valenciennes Lace, Nottingham Lace, Fiilling, Alexandria Frilling Hamburg Edgings Inserting il agio and Always Ready Ruf fling.He'Cules Braid, Alpaca. Braids, Hair Nets. Blaclc and Brown Switches, Chignr.ns, But tons ef every description, Sleeve Battons, Ae. FANCY GOODS. Lace Collars, Linen Collars and Cuffs, radcr aleeves, Chemisetta, Handkerchiefs, Ties and Bows. Ribbons and Millinery Goods, Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, As. Umbrellas, Parasols and Fans, in great variety. Bayers will please give this their attention, aud time and money will be saved. REMEMBER THE PLACE : REED BROTHERS, Market St., Clearfield, Pa. -May 17, 18TI. JAMES T. BRADY & CO., BANKERS, FINANCIAL AGENTS for the UNITED STATES. Fourth -Avenue and Wood Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. DEALCRS IX AH Issues of Government Securities, Geld, Silver and Coupons, bct Ann SELL Bonds, Gold, Mortgages, And First Class Securities generally Money Loaned on Government Bonds, at lowest market rates. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. May 10, 1871-ly. H. F. N A U G L E . WATCH 1IAXI5, GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFiELU. Theundersigned respectfully informs his old customers and the publio. that he has on hand, (and constantly receiving new additions,) a large stock of Clocks, Watchesand Jewelry, CLOCKS, s large variety from the best Man ufactory, consisting of Eight-davand thirtv-hour spring and Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike and Alarm ciocks. WATCHES a fine assortment, o silver Hunt ing and open case American patent Levers, plain and full jeweled. GOLD PENS. iliFt j .1,. best quality. Also, in silver extension anil desk coNters SP ECTACLES, a large assortment, far and near sight, colored and plain glass. JEWELRY of everr varietv. from a sinrle piece to a full set. A LSO, a fine assortment of Spoons. Forks, but ter knires,ctc., plated on genuine Alabata. ALSO, Hair Jewelry .with rare cold mountinr get up to order. Call and see sample book. All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry care fully repaired and Warranted. A centinuanee ot patronage is solicited. Nov. 23th, IS65. H. F. NAUGLE. pURXITUKK ROOMS. JOfl.1! GVELICH, Desires te inform his old friends and customers that, having enlarged bis shop and increased his facilities for manufacturing, ha is new prepared to make to order such furniture as may be desir ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash. lie mostly has on hand at bis "Fui niture Rooms,' a varied assortment of furnituie, among which is BUREAUS AID SIDEBOARDS, Wardrobes and Book -cases; Centre, Sofa. Parlor, Breakfast and Dining extension Tables. Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen- s ny-Litnd and other Bedsteads. SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS, BAT KACK, WASH-STANDS, Ae. Spring seat, Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs; And common and other Chairs. LOOKING-GLASSES Of every description on band, and new rluwi fer id frames, which will be put ia an very rensGCuul terms, sort notice. He also keeps on band, or furnishes to order. Hair, Corn-hu:k, Hair and Cotton top Mattresses. COFFINS, OF EVERY KIND, Made to order, and funerals attended with a Hearse, whenever desirable. Also, House painting done te order. The above, and many other articles are furnished to customers cheap fore as a er exchanged for ap proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar, Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable lr the busi ness, taken in exchange for furniture. Remember the shop is on MarKet street. Clear field, and nearly apposite the "Old Jew Store." December. 1 S61 JOHN GVELICH JUST IN TIME! THE NIW GOODS AT A. K. WRIGHT k SONS, CLEARFIELD, PA., Having just returned from the eastern cities we are now opening a full stocc of seasonable goods, at our rooms en 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. The stock consists in part ef DRY, GOODS of the best quality, such as Prints. Delaines, Alpa eas. Merinos. Ginghams ; Muslins, bleached and nnbleached ; Drillings Ticking, cotton and wool Flannels, Cassimers. Ladies' Shawls. Coats, Nu bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts, Balmorals. Ac. Ao.. all of which will be sold low for cash. Also, a fine assortment of the best ef KINS' WEAR consisting of Drawers and Fhirts, Hats and Caps, B?ots and Shoes, Uandkcrchieftl cravats, etc. Also. Raft Rope. Dog Rope, Raltina Augurs and Axes. Nails and Spikes. Tinware, Lamps and Lamp wicks and chimneys etc., etc. Also, Queensware Glassware. Hardware, Groce rics. and spices of all kinds. In Fhort. a general assortment of every thing usually kept in a retail store, al cheap for rash, or approved country produce. Nov. 28-j"al-nol3. WRIGHT A SONS. P. T. IV DR. BO YE 11' PURE WEST BRANCH BITTERS. A Pure, Pleasant, Safe and Reliable Tonic, com pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos itively pure spirits, free from fusil oiU er ether irritating properties, and will not disagree or offend 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 core Fei er and Ague to cure Biliousness to cure Constipation to cure Chronic Diarrhea to cure Flatulence to cure Acid Eructations to core Nervous Debility to cure Hypochondria to euro Sallownesa of the Complexion to cure Pimples and Blotches to euro General Debility and Prostration of th Physical Powers, IT HAS NO EQUAL. TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED. SOLD EVERYWHERE, AT $1 PER BOTTLE. A liitral dittaunt to tht tradt. MAscvACTracn exclusively t A. I. S II A W, CLEARFIELD, PA., Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dje Stuffs. Oils, Paints, Varnishes. Ac, Patent Medicines. Pure Wines and Liquors fur medieal purposes. Fancy and Toilet Articles, and all goods usually kept in a Drug Store, sold cheap. Having employed E. D.Snyder agradanate in Pharmacy who speaks both Englisli and Ger- man, the undersigned feels no hesitancy in.saying thateustomerscan rely upon having the prcscrip tions properlv f ut up. A. I. SHAW. Feb 23, 1870. CCRWENSVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS "CHEAPERihanihcCIIMPEST. GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES, JUST RECEIVED RY ARNOLD & HARTSHORN, Curwensville, Pa. (Oue door West First Nat. Bank.) Having just returned from the Ea-t with a com plete assortment of Goods, suitable for the Spring and Summer trade, wear now prepared to fur nish all kinds of Goods "CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST." And after thanking onr customers for their lib eral patronage durini"?e past year, we would mot respectfully ask for a coLtinuanc of the same. Our stoct'eonsists of DRY GOODS. HOT IONS. HARDWARE. V WEENS WA R E, WOOD AND WILLOW. WARE. GROCERIES. HOO TS If SHOES, HATS 4- CATS. CLOTHING. CARPETS, TOBACCOS. E:e. Also. Flour. Bacon, Salt, Fish. Grain, Ae, Ac. all of which will b sold on the most reasonable terms, nd tbe highest market price paid for Grain Wool and all kinds ef lumber and country prod uce. Please give as a call before purchasing elsewhere. Satisfaction guaranteed as to quality and prices. ARNOLD A HARTSHORN, Cor. Main a Thompson Sta. -April 20,'70 Curwensville, Pa. SQUARE TIMBER. E. A. Irvix k Co., Being specially engaged ia the business of buy ing and selling SQCARE TIMBER, would repre sent that they are now prepared to purchase tim ber, dclivored at either Curwensville. Lock Haven r Marietta, or will take it at any of these points and sell on commission, making sueh advances ai are accessary. These ecgged in getting out timber will find at our store in Curwensville, a very large stock of STAPLE GOODS, of all descriptions. ALSO, FLOUR, MEAT, RYE, OATS, CORN, and tvervthing neeessary for use of Lumbermen. RAFT HOPE, of all eises,kept en hand in large quantities and sold at a small advance, by tbe coil. Also, rULLKT BLOCKS, SHALL ROPE, A. Special inducements sHorcd to these manufac turing Square Timber. E. A. IRVIN A CO Curwensvill". Jan. 12. 170 TAXES AND HIGH PRICES REPEALED! Great reduction of prices and great attraction at HARTSOCK k GOODWIN'S in Curwensville, Ta., Caused by the opening cf a new lot of Spring and Summer Goods. Te take pleasure in ii formirg cur old as well as new customers, and tho public generally, that we have returned from the East with a large and well selected stock of goods. We call especial attention to our elegant as sortment of SILKS AND DRESS GOODS, in every variety. CASSIMFRE3. COTTONALES. JEANS and SHEETINGS, and every variety of DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, at prices to suit the times. Ladies' and Children's SHOES and GAITERS, in endless variety. Como and ex-.mine tbem. Men's and Boy's BOOTS and SHOES of every kind and price. HATS and CAPS, in every style. Skeleton and Glove Fitting Corsets, Hoop Skirts. Hosiery and Gloves. Pocket Cutle ry, of the finest English make, Soaps, Perfumery ard Notions tf all kinds. GROCERIES, FISH, SALT, - QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, WOOD an.l WILLOWWAUE, PAINTS and OILS, PATENT MEDICINES and DRUGS, and in fact everything you want, all of which will be sold cheap f r ca?h or eoantry produce. Wool and Short Shingles wanted. HARTSOCK k GOODWIN. Curwensville, May 24-2m. TAILS k SPIKES theeh eapest in the cr unty MOSSOP'S THE highest market prices paid f ir Shinzles bv J SHAW A SOX QUEENSWARE Tea sets, best stone ware. 43 pieces, at $3 50 at MOSSOP:S. C ANNED FRUIT. Canned Piums, Peaches and canned corn, etc , for sale at the Drug Store of A. 1. Ml A n . HARNESS. TrimmiLgs, and Shoe-findirps for sale at H. F. BIGLER A CO S CALCINED PLASTER ard Hydraulic Cement, for sale by HARJSWl:K A IRWIN. p I S II I y 0 TACK L Suchas RODS, u.XES, REELS, llou SNOODS, BASKETS, H. F. BIGLER a CO S. TOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS!!! LOOTS! FRENCH KIP, tR FKKNCH CALF, "t ' LIGHT KIP. 4 M'GAUGHEY'S Restaurant and Ice Cream Saloon, l'S XEW BUILDING, Second St., Clearfield, Pa. Constantly kept on hand a fine selection of Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Nuts, Ac. Also Frcih Oysters, received daily, and served up in any sty'e, to suit the tatte of customers. A full stock of goods jut raccived from the Eaut, The secord story has been fitted up for a indies ice cream saloon. JUiliard Saloon in Lcacyg II ill. April 1-'71 I) M GAUGHEY. AGENCY OF TUB FARMER'S MUTUAL FIR INS. CO., of York, York - County, 'IWa. The '"FARMER.S MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY" is known as one of the tet and most reliable on the Continent. Tbe Farmer's Mutual has been in operation fr - about fifteen years, and its assets amount to overSSOO.OOO. Applications made eut on short notice, and low rates guaranteed. Apply to B. J. ROW. Agsnt, MARBLE and STONE YARD. fi:S. S. S. Ll DDI-ILL, Having engaged in the Marble business, des-res. to iutorm ber t riends, and the puhlij. that she has now and will keep constantly on hnnda Nr-e und well selected stock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT MARBLE, and is prepared tofuroifh to order TOMBSTONES. BOX AND CRADLE TOMBS, MONUMENTS, CURBS ,d POSTS for CE METER Y LOTS. WINDOW SILLS AND CAPS. ALSO, BUREAU, TABLE AND WASH STAND TOPS, etc. Yard on Rend Street, near the Popot.C!eir;i!J ra. (May 4. l-Tu. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. WHOLESALE; AND K LTAIL, At tho New Tobacco and Cig.ir Store of A, II. SUA W, Two doors east of the Postoffice. Cle:irfle:d. Fa. Constantly on hand a fine affirln-ent of Navy, CoDjrress. Cat-end i.-h. Cabte. jmnroU, Michigan ai.d Century Vine-cut Chewing Ttbacco, ic. Also, a large nnd well selected stock of Imported and Domestic Cigars. Smoking Tobaccos, Meerschaum and Briar Pipes, I'ip fixtures, Tobacco Boxes. Cigar Holders, and everything gencri" fuund in a well regulated Ci;ar and Tobacco Store. Ly' Remember the place: Two doors e.i?t of the Posti ffice. Clearfield. Pa. Aug 21 TO. A Great Medical Discovery ! Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS! Ilrndrcds of thousands bear testimony to their Wonderful Curaiiro Effects. W fl A T A R L Til i: Y ? THEY ARE NO T A VILE FANCY D 11 INK, Made of Poor Rum, Whi.-kcy. Proof Hj irk, nnd Refuse Liquors, dcfore-l . spiced and fKi-cteni 1 to please the taste.called "Tonics," '-Api .eiiicr." Restorers.'' Ac .that lead the tipplcron to Jrunk enncss an I ruin, but are a true Medicine nn-l from the Native Roots and Herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are tl.e Great Wood Purifier nnd a Life Giving Piii:".j 'e a perfect l!enovatorand Invi;roratorof the Syst'-m carrying off all poisonous matter and rc't"::.'? tho blood to a healthy condition No per-"n ci:i take these Bitters accord in t - direction .nil re main long unwell. provideJ tlie b. nes are r:', stroyed by mineral poison or other means th.e vital organs wasted beyond tbe point of rer air. For Inflammatory and Chronic llhcnmsf avd Gout. Dypcpia or Inlizrstion, Billion' lie nitteitt and Intermittent Ferer. 7)'.wviit it " Blood. Liver. Kidneys and Bladder, these litftert have beri: twnif nccefiftl. Sueh diseases are mus ed by vitiated blood, which is generally product J by derangement of the digestive orrans. Dyspni sia or Indigestion he adache, pain in the shoulders, coughs tightness of the chest, dizriii--". sour eructations of the stomach, bnd taste in tho mouth, billious attacks, palpitation of the li-:irt. inflammation of tlie lungs, pain in tlio rcion - f the Kidneys and a hundred other paiulul symp toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. They invigorate tho stomach and stimulate tho torpid liver and bowels, which render t!i?m of unequalled efficacy in cleansing tho blood of U Impurities. and imparting now life and vigor to ike whole system. Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fucrs. which are so prevalent in the valleys of our grei rivers throughout tbe United States. eip.ij"T those of the Mississippi. Missouri. I!hrits. n"j nessce. Alabama. Savannah. Roanoke, .lames ana many others with their vast trilutanc. during tbe Summer and Autumn, and rets ark ut I- so du ring sea lis of nnustjal beat and dry uess. arc in variablv accompanied by ext-n.ii e derar-ircme-s of the stomach and liver, and other viscera. There are always- more or " -' I .; t .k. is ..b-8 and lr.itab e U- of the stomach. anl preat torpor of the l - . ' :.h oitifitmrl -n rt. 1 lat 1 1 n S . IB oemg ciosrcu up f i l il t 1 1 w n i r - - , , influence upon these various oruans.is ecnii.i.' nccc-ary. There is no cathartic fur the purjoe equMl to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar ilii'crs. as they speedily remove the dark colored viscid matter with which the b.wels ero loaded, at the same time stimulating the scereti-ns of the liver, an l generally restoring the healthy functions ef the digestive orga'ns. The universal populary of this valuable remedy in regions subject to nnas niatie 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. sere eyes.erysipelav iteh, scurf, aiscolorations of the skin, humors and, diseases of the skin, of whatever name or nature are literally dug up and carried out of the sys tem in a short time by the use of these Uiters r bottle in fuch cases will convince ihemost incred ulous of their curative effect. Cleanse the Vitiated Wood wherever yon find Its iuipuritiec lurking through the skin in pim ples, eruptions or sores ; cleanse it when you tind it obstructed and sluS'sh in the veins ; cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure and the health of the svstem will follow. " Pin, Tape and other Vorms.luring in tbe sys tem of so many thousands, are effectually destroy ed and removed. For full directions, lead care fully the circular around each bottle, printed in four languages English. German, French and fcPJVV ALKER, Proprietor. R. II . M. DONALD A CO , Druggists and irn, Agents. San Francisco Cal . anu :2 and Commerce Street. New SOLD BY ALL DRl ijOIST.. AND DEAL! hs December 7, lsU'-Iy. . ....... t . narrative. exertinc a