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Reg. A lie".
J, P. KRATZEIl,
iW Mr Winter
Mirh a eauhnterrs, miriii", rip detain, plaids,
trinstl, l.rillianls, poplin, alpaca, deberges,
irint. silks, duslerrinth. ginghams, nankeen,
linen lare, eilglig, velvet trimming, fnllcrclte,
l.raid, belts, dress button, hosiery, Veils, nets,
corsets, collars, hoo.U, nubias, Korfr. hop klrt,
helinoral. mantles, runt, shawls, fur, notions,
bonnet, bats, rll.hun, flower, flumes Ae.
Fuch HI elolh. eassimcre, satinctt, flannel, Jeans, .
tweed, cottonade, muslin, Italian cloth, velvet,'
iluih, check, ticking, denims, drilling, linen,
era.h, iorge, eanTn, padding, Unsey vestmgs,
canten flannel, coats, pants, vests, ovcreoaU, I
rhnwld, boy's jackets, overnlls, drawers, over
skirts, undershirt, booU and ibecs, baU aod
ISoUSIEHOLB GOBS, i
Such at carpet, oilcloth, blind', enrtains, tassels,
clock!, leoking glnssos, lump, churni, tubs, buck
eta, brooms, bruthes, basket, washhoar.ls. wood-1
n bowla, sieves, Hat irons, coffee mills, bed cord,
bags, wall paper, carpet chain, cotton ynrn, can- '
dlo wick, work baket, lanterns, umbrellas, buf-1
fnlo robes, trunki, carpet bap, axon, augers,
Moiical instruments, violin, flute, fifoa, string,
Ac. Hardware, queensware, glass, ware, stone
ware. Groceries, drugs, confectionery, medi-1
eine, flour, bacon, fish, salt, grain, dried fruit.
Naili and spikes, glass and putty, oil. vinegar,
tobacco, segars, candle, picei, powdor, shot,
lead, erindstones, rafting rope, oarriago trim
ming, shoe findinK. school book, Ac ; all
of which will he old on the niot reasoneb.e
tertni. and the highest market prico paid for
J1 kind of country produce. .-
Oct, J, 183. J- T. KRATZER.
front 6t., ebeve the Aoauemy, Clearfield, Pa.
1863. " 1863.
FHILADELrillA & ERIE RAILROAD.
TUIS great line travcrs-i the Norlhorn and
Northwestern counties of Pennsylvahia to
the eity of Erie, on Luke Krie.
It ha boen loaned by the 'eiimyJronwi Ral
mJ Cnmnnnv. and under their tuspices it be
ing rapidly openod throughout it entire leagth. jyjj
It ia now in uo for Passenger and Freight bu- , ,. '
Iness from llarrisburg to t.mponnm it forK,
18imis) on the Kustern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erie, (78 mile) en the Western
Tim of Tautngtr Train at Emporium.
" Kxprcsi Train leaves oas'.ward 4 00 P. M.
Express Train arrivos westward 1 52 P.M.
Cars run through without cnAoa both ways
on theso trains between Philadelphia and Lock
Haven, and between llaltimoro and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Crs accompany the Express
Train both way betweon Williamsport and Balti
more, and Williaiuport and Philadelphia.
For information respecting Pascenger business
apply at the S. E. Cor. 1 1 th and Market sts.
And fur Freight businers of the Company's
Agents, 8. B. Kingston, jr., Cor. 13th and Market
sMi., Philadelphia :
J. W. Reynolds' Erie;
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R. Baliimre
H. U. Hobstox, Gen'l Freight Ag't, Pbila.t
Lewis L. Hoci-t, Uen'l Ticket Ag't, Phila.;
Jos. D. Potts, (ian'l Munager, Williamsport.
Jan. 21, 1SC3.
tflta.fi.li Cmt .Patdotit. n
At tlicir oM ptimtl in C'U nrficM.
1IMK t'K IK'l.l'INil t HI It r.
I Mi.i.dn In .Iniiuniy, 1 M VwiHf In .tiihe,
M Mindly In .Match, -lih Wnnda. In Hepl.
t'f each j ear, and rmilliiue two week if necessary.
COIMV AM I'lsTRICT ni i icnia. I
Pre'! Judge lion. FnimiM Linn, llelli fi-lile.
A'le Juditrs lln. J. 1. Tlmmi nn,('iirwenllle.
B 1, I- - v......
1). F. Kttweiler,
Ioainh tl. Pnrger,
II. II. Wright,
F. F. Couteret,
J. W. Potior,
C. II. landlord,
Pen n field.
Dn. A, M. HILLS
,v I iiitn
A'lv " N ,"Mi,"i"
'H 1 'V'' '"1,"e
LIST OF POisT OFFICES.
'of Ojltu, l'v,tmattr;
(Hon Hope, Win. 8. Wright,
I.'uhTille, Theodore Weld,
Hegarty'l X Road,Sam'l. Hegarty,
Th. A. M'llhec.
J. W. Campbell,
Jus. E. Watson,
K. II. Moore,
lturnside, New Washington, Jas. Uallnhor,
New Mi". Iptrt,
(irampiun 11 lis,
This Post Office will do for Chest township.
I Will answer for Ferguson township.
II us ton,
W. C. Irvin,
'1. Tosnr, jr.
fi. A. Farber,
M. A. Frank,
P. A. Uuuliu,
T. W. Fleming,
T. F. Iloalich,
A. It. Shaw,
T. H. Forces.
A. (1. Fox,
Cbas. J. Pasey.
J. C. Brenner,
H. W. Fpeneer,
A. C. Moore,
T. W, Fleming,
llenj. F. Dale,
flVIF.Y haveUie bef asnttineftl of Hardware
J that has ever been brought to tb Is county,
-i.i. k ih ii.ll .l the must reasonable pri
ces, amorg which will be found a splendid lot of
c v r r l i: it r,
To whlcb Ihey Invite the special attention of the
nubile, embracing heavy rilver plnted Forks,
hpnons and Butter knives of the best uianufac-
'"a lot of riatols) of the best pattern, and other
(ire-arms. Also n sxvnern I assortment of pistol
cartridges all of which will be sold nt reason
They continuo to innmifin'tiire all kinds of
Tin-ware, llrnss Kettles, Stove
pipe, etc., which cannot be surpassed in tbisi see
lion of tlio Htnto.
They also have on hand I'll ttiburu't IMowf,
among which are Sticl Centre Lover Plows. Also,
Plow Casting, and many other Agricultural Ira-
CdoU Stoves, rarior ana voai
Stovo a general assortment, and of tho bos: pat
terns, fur le nt reasonable price.
Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps,1
Paint, Oils and Varniskcs, a genern I assortment.
Ulnss, pulty, Nails, Iron nndCaslings ol grout
variety ; in fact almost every thing wantod by
the public can be found in their cKtiiblislituent,
and at prices that cuunot be bout.
Now is the time to purchase,
If vou desire any thing in their line of business.
(Jive thorn a call and examine their stock, and
thev feel assured that you can be acoouunodated.
Remember, their establishment is on Second
Street, Clearfield, Pa, where you can buy goods
i. fhA verv best advantutro.
T01d silver, copper, brass, powter and old
enstiugs will be wnen in exenange iur K,n,ii..
May 20. 1863. MEUKKLL k BIGLER.
I It Hi to In-
j. the tiain, ami lie III
rc be uiiKb'e
to any of Ins
N K W UOOHHI
A r it e s ii a ii n l v a i. op
tyring iV. Summer Hood i oukk.
AT Til II (Ml K A I CASH STollK. 1
Wxv rr is, is, .....yll
this s u in in e r I but
may be found at bis nfhee on the soulhwcst cor
ner oi rroni .no n.am ..r r,.-. n umr.. . yntW nf uifu, ,
when nntloe appears in the town pnprrs to tin ,.,, , vt
contrary. July W, 'C3. tf.
1)K. WM. It. HURD'S
THE PEST IN THE WORLD,
FIKB TEETH AND A 6WEKT BREATH,
CUIUN(1 TOOTHACHE AND NF.CUALUIA.
Do von wish to be blessed with and admired
for I'KAiu.r Whitb anil Sound TEETH ?
lam Jusl receiving and opening a carefully Ml'Sl.lNS
selected stock of bprlng and Pu miner goods l'KI.AlNKS
ol nliiiont every description, coiiuuos
nM t imt (i 'M i W ICY lAM'ACA!
ffihitli. nftlit noMt anil Ulniit atvlni. Alio ft 'HMillAM.1
B t I I VI"
nt vnriclr of imrful fintwuii. A 1 1
DUYdOODS AND MOTIONS.
Hat and Caps,
Boots and 8hoes, a large quantity,
Drugs and M.dieines,
Oil and Paiuts,
Carpet A Oil Cloths,
(i K O C E UIES,
Fish, Bacon and Flonr,
Mackerel in 1 J and 1 barrels,
of tho best qnality, all of which will be Sold at
the lowest cash or ready pny prices.
My old friends and the miblio generally, are
U,0 respectfully invited to call.
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I CH A VATS
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THE UNITED STATUS 1IOTKL,
(J0 ERLY A U U TCIIISON, Proprietors
THIS notel, eo well known to the traveling
publie of Clearfield county, is now in a con
dition to afford the most excellent accommodation
either for the transient guest or the permanent
The "United States" has now all the conven
A FIRST CLASS IIO TEL,
and the Proprietors are determined to spare neith
er expense, time nor labor to ensure the comfort
of the guests. The patronage of the traveling
piblio is respectfully solicited. jly I, '03, y.
Oirjp IhiiiLB9 Bmt Ssilb oi!
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Terms ol Mnbsirripiioii.
If paid In advance, or within three months, $ I 14
f paid any time within the year, - - - 1 50
If paid after the expiration of the year, - 3 00
orrtca o harkrt stukkt, c'LitariitLD, raaa A.
O. B. GOODLANDKR, CO rubl'lohtTS,
BY virtue of an trderof the Orphans' Court
of Clearfield county, the undersigned Ad
ministrator of the estate of THOMAS WOOD,
late of Cbest township, county aforesaid, deceas
ed, will sell at PUBLIC SALE, at
New Waitliliifctoii, on Thursday the 2tth
day of December, lH4i:l,
at 1 o'clock, p. a., the following desoiibed valua
ble REAL ESTATE, to wit : All that certain
tract of land situate in Chest township, Clearfield
eountv. bounded and described as follows : On
the south by David Denton ' survey, on the west
by lands now of A. 11. ttuaw, on toe norm ny
lands of McGirk and Wilsons' estates, and oa the
east by a marked line, containing about
more or less, having a two Mory Frame House
and lx Stable thereon erected, with about
25 aerm cleared.
TKRM ; One fcurth Cash at tale; one
fonrth at the confirmation of the same, and the re
mainder in two equal animal payments, with in
terest, to be secured upon the premises by bond
J03. II. BRKTII, Adm'r
Vot. 2i, 1SGS. of Thos. Woods, dee'd.
Terms of Advertising.
Advertisements are inserted in th Republican
at the following rates :
One square, (10 linos,) $ 40
Two squares, (20 lines.) 1 00
Three squares, (JOlincs.) 1 50
One Square, I I I 12 40
Two squares, I t I : t 4 00
Three squares, I I t 00
Four squares, I I I I 00
Half a column,! : I i 00
One column, s I : I 14 00
Over three weeks and less than three mooths 25
cents per square for each insertion.
liusiesss neticos not eioseding Slices are in
ssrted for tl a rear.
Advertisements net marie I with the number of
niertions desired, will be continue! until forbid
and charged aocordicg to tlwso terms
Dark Hint. 1C
t reiira JJdir, w,
ri..-l. it- .,
f 'II, l WW ', , 1
i. liit lirriim. V
J lark Oretn,
Fr dyeing Bilk, Woolen and Mixed Goods,
Fhawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Rihbons. Oloves,
Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Kid (iloves,
Children's Clothing, anJ all kinds
of Wearing Apparel, ifc., rf-c.
!ftiV-A SAVING OF M I'hR CKN I .Kjtf
For 25 cent you ean color as miny goods as
would otherwise cost fl-o t'nues that wnonnt.
Various nndes can be produced from the same
j Dye. The process i simple, and any one can
us' the Dye witn perien
Directions in KuglDIi, French and.Oernma,
insido of each package.
For further information in Dyeing, nnd giving
a perfoct knowledge of whut color are best ad
apted to dye over otheri, (with many valuable
rec:pcs),purohae Howe A Stevens' Trcntise on
Dveing and CoUring. Pent by mail on receipt
of' price 10 cent. Manufulured hy
P HOWE .r STEVENS,
! 260, Broadway, Boston.
For sale hy Druggists and Dealers generally.
Heptembor 23d, is"-
Dr. iu. It. lluru'H unrivniii'ii jnmu
lWtler, wnrranted free from acid, alkali.or any
injurious suhstnnce. Price, 25 eonts per box.
j:Y"lleware of tho ordinary cheap Tooth Pow-
durs, which whiten but destroy.
Do vou wUh to be certain ttiat your uiir.Ai n
is pure, sweet, and agroeablo to husband or wifo,
lover or Iriends: I'so ir. iiunm.roiuincu
Mouth Vuli. Price 37 cents per bottle.
This antringent wunh is also the best remedy in
the world for Canker, Bad Breath, llleeding
Hums, t?ro Muutli, etc. H hns cured hundreds.
Do vou, or your children sutler from TOOT1I
.M'lIK? Del lr. Huril'M Ma;ic Toolliiuhe
Drops. Price 15 eents per bottle.
Are you nfllicted wilh NEURALGIA? Get
Dr. Um. tl llurd's Neuraltla Plaalera.
The most effective and delightful remedy known,
r.rpainsin thefuco, chost, shoulders, baen, or
ar.v nnrt of the bod v.
They do not adhere nor blister, but onthe end
charm pain away. Try them. Price, 15 and 37
eents. Aluiled on re:uiptof price.
For sulo at all the host stores throughout the
Cattiom .As there are dealers who tnko ad
vantage of our advertisements to impose upon
their customers inferior preparations, it is neces
sary to insist upon lim ing what you cull for, and
you will kt Tnn bust, thoroughly tested, and
prepared by an experienced and scientific Den
tist, Trcasuror of tho Nw York State Dentist's
Association, and Vico President of the Nw York
City Dental Society.
WM. B. HURD A CO., Tribune Buildings
Jim. 21, 1S6;.
rjfrN. II. All kind of UHAIXtni approved
COi STliY 1'IKOUICK taken in exchange of
Clearfield, June 2fl 18(1.1 WM. P, IRWIN.
:" .Y- iv.
3' Z "
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Chenp furniture !
DKSIRKS to inform his old friends and cos
t' mers that, having enlnrged his shop and
iuuruused his facilities fur umnutHcturing, he is
now prepared to muketo order furniture as may
bo desired, in good stylo nnd nt chenp rates far
Cai.li. Ho mostly lum on hand nt his "Furni
ture Rooms," a varied ni-sorlmunt uf Rondy-mads
Furnituro, among which art
Bureaus and Side-Boards,
Wardrobes and book-Ciises: Centre, Sofa, Parlor
Breakfast and Dining Extent-ion Tables.
Common. French-Post, cottage, Jenny-
Lma ana otner iieasteaas.
SOFAS ,f all KINDS, WORK-STANDS
HAT-RACKS, WASH-STAN LH, Ac.
Hocking and Ann Chairs,
Spring-Sent, Cano-Bottom nnd Parlor Chairs
mid Common and other Chairs.
L O O K I A' U - G L A SS KS
Of every description on hnnd; and new glasses
for old frames, which will be put in ou ve
ry rensouiible terms on short notice.
Uo alsokeepi on ham', orfurnihhos to or
der, H ii i r . Crn-lluk, Uiiirand
Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS, ofevfry kind.
Made to O'dcr, and fuucrals attended with a
Hoarse, whenever dnsircd.
Also, House lalntiii(r done toorder.
The sulsi-riber also uiunuluctures, and has
constanily en hand,
Clement's Patent Washing Machine,
The bent now in use. Thoso using this machine
never need be without clean clothes ! He also has
ol till kinds k at
in any quan ty )
" S'nsntinn N
nl Spn..i;. rV
l SoiUHtion L?l
' Sensation W
t Seusadon "
!- Sensation JJ
All to be bad at MOSSOTy
Ahvays on hand at MlKSnK.
fts (Jonts, TanlJ,
I'ndi-r Shirts, at sensnticn
Iluta end iii",
Now for tale at Mi:to
' 1 O V I
MAINE STREET, CURWENSVILLE, PA.,
WM. A. MASON, Proprietor.
rpHISIong established and well known 110
X TEL, situated in the west end of the tewn,
has been remodelled, tnlurped and improved, and
the proprietor respectfully announces to his nu
merous friends, und to the travelling public, that
he ii now prepared to accommodate all who may
favor him with a call.
Ample, safe ana comfortable stabling Is at
tached to the premises, and trusty attendants
ill always be oa baud. Charges moderate.
Fob. 12, 1862.-tf.
Flyer's Patent Churn,
W A L T H U li A R 11 "K T T ,
Attorney at Law.
HAVING resigned his commission In the ar
my, and recumod tho practice of Law, may
be consulted on professional business at his office
on Second street, ClearOeld, Pa. All business
promptly attended to. Feb. 11, '83.
II SMITH A CO
MERCHANT, and dealers In Diy
Goods, tirocerie. Hardware, Qaeensware, and
even thin usually key t by the trade. Store on
SECOND Street, below Judge Leonard's, oppo
site the Presbyterian Church, CloarSeld Pa.
Lien. 4, 1861.
JOSEPH R. M1URRAY
A A'J) D E A J. K H 1 A' L U M II K li
New Washington, Clearfield County, Fa
July 1st 18G3.-tf
Cl.r.AKFlLLD COUNTT, TK.
HARTSWICK & HUSTON
MARKET Htrert CLKARFIELD PA.
KEEP constantly on hand a large
and find well selected stack of
DRUGS and CHEMICALS
P AIM'S OILS A XI) VAliXISll
PERFUMERY Toil,ET ARTICLES.
BLANKS, BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
And a gcncnil assortmrut of VARI
AT1KS and Fancy ARTICLES.
We respectfully invite a enll, feeling conG
dent thnt we can supply the wants of all, on
terms to their satisfaction.
UARTSWICK A HUSTON.
Clearfield April 27th ISM. tf
WILLIAM SCIIWEM, Proprietor
May 19, 1863. ly.
Justice or tue Peace.
For DicATca Township,
j will promptly attend to all business entrusted to
, bis rare. P. O. Address, Philipsburg Pa.
j Aug. Jlst lfl
Till" subscriber having returned from the city
is just now opening tip one of the Largest
and most carefully selected Assortments of
FALL & WINTER GOODS
ever offered tn the good people (f Curwensville
and its vicinity, and which be will sell at lower
rates than any bouse ia the county.
J1XKS T. LKOISABD.
WM, 1. WAI.I.aC(.
LEONARD, FINNEY & Co.
C L E ARFIEL I),
CLEARFIELD COUNTY, rA.
BILLS or EXCIIAJtaf ,10TKS A!0 DR4VTS DISCOl'STBD
PKPOSITS Rlit EIVF.n,
Cyillctlions made ami iirncefdn promptly rfmittfd
l .ichan-e ou (he Cities constantly
JCit"Omco on Second St, nearly opposite the
CLOTH 1 NO AT KEDUCED TKICES.
Sugar from 12 to 15 cents per lb.
Best Syrup at 87 eents per gal.
And all other groceries at the same rates.
Roots, Shoes and Shoe Findings
of all kimhXJIKAP CHEAP.
Ladies who wish to make a good investment
should call and examine the asuortment of
Wnstkair Disss jd sella,
where they will find the very latest, best and
irost fashionable patterns of
FfiENCTI merinos, dkt.aivs rit.ks
DR. J. W. POTTEE. ALPACAS, PLAIDS, 4c.
PhvHirian and Hurg-eon, bas pcrmanentlTj ' "Rye, Oats. Corn, Fish. Bacon. Ae . fe..
Remember the shop is on Market street, lcaUd at Frenehville, Covington township, off old at the lowest price) for cash, or exchanged
DR. M. WOODS,
ITJRACTICINO Physician, and Examining Sur
A superior art'.clc. A family usinr this Chora
sever need be wuhout butter ! JL revn for Pensions. Office Southwest corner
All the above nnd many other articles are fur-1 btcuud and Cherry streets, Clearfield, Pa.
ntshed to customers cheap for Cash or exchanged : January 21, 186.1. ly.
tor approved country produce. Cuorry, Maple, '
Poplar, Linwood and other Lumber suitable for (
vabinet work, taken in enchange for furniture,
Clearfield, Pa., and nearly opposite the "Old Jew
owro. JOHN GCLICII.
Nov. 29, lS02.-y
TTOTltH & CAljiric7N.-Thopub1ira7e
A.1 hereby cautioued agninst buying or taking
an assignment of a note for $75, dated sometime j above the Academy Clearfle.d Ta.,
In June last, payable in April 1861, given by me I I)ec 4, 18M.
Ia Tlavirl Atlrnv nf Ttrftfiird Ifim'nftliin mmt A',A
not receive value therefor, und will not pay it
unless compelled by due course of lw.
Graham twp., Nov. 11, '63.
ers his professional services to th iurroundinr for Country produce.
community. May 8, 1881.1 J. D. THOMPSON.
PTfRATZ E R Ca""""Til't September, 2.1, 1865.
MERC HAST, end dealer in Boards and XTniTYT VPUVAV IirkllCI.'
Shingles; Grain and Produce. FRONT Street. vmvv, iivl.a-,
Second Street, above Arch,
Farm for Sale. ,
riFIF. subscriber residing in Covington town-1
ship, now offers his valuable farm for sale on
reasonable terms. It l located cn the Clearfield I
road, and contains H5 acre, of land; 70 of,
which is cleared, wilh a two story bonse, suitable j
for a hotel, wagonmaker snop, ana otner oui
fcnlldings, a young bearing orchard, and a well
of exoellcnt water at the door. A Coal IUxk
is opened on the farm with vein of coal 0 feet
0For terms and particulaii, address the
mndersigned at Frenehville P. O. Clearfield eo.
0eL2S, 18fl,1. L. BRUNWELL-
CJTOTE PITE For eale at lha cheap store
kjof Jefcn D. Tbesnpsen, la CorwsnsviHe, at 1J
S. W. TnOMFSOS. JAS. K. WATSON.
THOMPSON A M'ATSON, Dealers in Timber,
Isaw-Logs, Boards and Shingles, Marysville,
(Clearfield Eridgo P. O.,) Clearfield conntj, Pa,
Aug. 19, 1863.
Jas. McMurray. jatu Irvla.
Dry Goods, Grocorios Lumber, AUj.,
Dee. 21, 1S62.
Lumber Dried by Superheated Steam.
riMlK ucdonigned respectfully Inform the peo
I pis of Clearfield and tho adjoining counties
that ho has the agency of the above Patent, and
will sell Individual, County and Township rights
for its use. The Lumber dried by this process is
stronger, finishes better, i easier on tools, and
lequires less time in drying than any other pro
ccs known and drying 1 inch lumber perfectly
in 36 hours, and better than many months under
the old system using the same amount of fuel
per day that aeoommon kiln consumes. The cer
tificates of a number of resident mechanics, well
known in this community, is amply sufficient' to
convirce the most skeptical of its practical utility.
Persons desirous of purchasing rights will address
JOHN L. UUTTLK,
July 1, 1363. Clearfield, Pa.
JOHN Ji. UUTTLK,
Attorney at I. aw and Itral I'.stato Agent,
Ofirtnn Marhtltt. Opposite the Jail,
UKsriiCTFl LLY ofiers his s rviees in tsll
, ing and huving lands in Clearfield and ad-
joining counties ; and with an experience of over
twenty years as a Surveyor, flatters himself that
be can render smisfactiou. And
Oilers f'o r S a 1 o
I()(M acres of coat and timber Land, sitnats la
Decatur township, Clearfield county, in lots to
suit purchasers, lucated near the Tyrone ssd
Clearfield Railroad. j
2MM ncros of first rato furta and timber land I
in Bell township, Clearfield county, situate on the
waters of Curry's Run.
Mi'ij acres in fwn lots, oae of II! and the oth
er of 60 acres, sui'able for Farming purposes, sit
uate in lligblurid township, Kik county.
i$l(ieneral warrantee deeds for ail the above
ands. Feb. 18. '6S. r.
Coal ! Coal !
ifllllK subscriber respectfullv announces to the
VKI.V.II. ui vivitniriu nuu viciuil mm ue IS
now prepared to supply the Very best quality of
COAL nt the shortest notice, The arrangement
is designed to be permanent, nnd a full supply
will alwnys be kept on haud.
rRlt'K-ft Cbiita tt the Rank.
7 cents, delivered.
JT4fFer the pjblic convenience, Orders for
Coal will be given at Krntier's storn.
Clenrfield, April 8, 136.1 m.
Valuable Timber Land and
SAW MILL PROPERTY
rwIIIS fine property is situate in Girard tows
A. s ip, Clearfield county, Pa., and contains
about I.IOO acrCH of Land, tnct No. i.166,
and parts of tracts No. 5;ii!,'i and 5:167. These
land are vet hoavily Tl M l!KI! K ', with a quun
tity of PINE, OAK and H KM LOCK.
A STEAM SAW-MILL
In complete running order, cnpnble of cutting
Three Million l'Vct of Hoards per annum,
with all the necessary roads, rnilroads, f-c for
putting stock to tho mill: one large Mansion
llouse, six tenant houses, store house, School
House, three barns, a blacksmithsbnp, and all
necessary outbuildings are npen the property.
There are about TO arret) cleared land, under
good fence, nnd a Plank l(ad toward the river
for getting lumber to uiurket.
This valuable property is situate npon Bandy
Creek, about 4) miles from tho river, and is pop
ularly known as the.
Frenehville Steam-Mill Property,
and is now offered at PRIVATE SALK upon
reasonable L-iui. Ail kinds of sawed lumber
II A U D W ARK
f-ucli as Shh. nulls
Fork a, Knives,
hs Wine, Bran.iy,
(In, W b iskey,
Cognac, etc., etc.,
r KL'l I S, such a
Figs, Filberts, Ac.
V 1 o u r, IUki,
Tea, C r a c k e rs,
Coal Oil, etc., .to.
' at sen ml ion .
at iNiti'.ion aj
Always at M(XS0B
At tho rtora of RICHARD MM
Alnava r:ejn on WiK
aisottmrnt of all kinds of gooirtcniii
for the accoro modal ion of laepMt
BLACK I NO
GREATEST BATfLK ON ROT'
15,000 Killed nrnTWoundd,!
30,000 tnkenPriscncn! '
WITH CAMP F.(iL'lPA0Ei5
70,000 Contrabands freed frcal
I VERY man that hni nuA any tii
j past history of lliis WAIt rao-lSoihl
to tho conclnsiun that the t'or.fcdertte 0
ment would be broken down, h wi onljsf
tiou of time. Hut now e hsr the swil
oui soul-stirring nes to deer us up ; ssU
only drnw-back to our jy snd gMriJcsiiis
imminent (lunger of the I'oMrsWll ti
North to "eat out oar nuWtanee," udwi
euralioes 1 Eut of ono thngthpplirf(Ji
4ld eountv mav be nured, snd li l
FRANK E1IOKT for short c!lo4
selling Idiots A fchoe as chrspsiu!
man in the county ; and if oo dui't in
just give him a cull on eourt-weei,om!
time, sad see for yourselves. HsimHj
mind the publie that his shnp ii not wis
sireet, in thaw's Kow where yos willW
just as .S'Wr as ususl If not Utile ik"
Cash than ho would like to be.
All kinds of work on hands sodaili"
on short notice, and as well uisJe, soil an
as can he "sheered" up here or elstesw
frflDon't forget the shop-on NirhiJ
in hhaw'a now. uireet V octoint -
Clearfield, June 1 1,
Coachmakinir and IMacksmitltsliop,
togotber with the necessary water power for saw-
sng. an in gooo eono uon, .or can be ...My and economically t;ken to market
The above property is situated to the borough from ,h , , ,nifute,
of Curwensville, and possesses all tne anvantages
necessary for conducting each of the above
branches of business with saperior facilities.
For further iaformation applv to
Curwensville, Aug. 19,'63-tf.
New Goods !
REED, WEAVER k Co.,
Are Just open
ing a splendid lot of the most carefully selected
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ever brought to the place which they offer to
their customers, and the publie generally, at the
very lowest figure the markets will afford,
June 10, 1863-
from the point indicated
.jr-4-Application can be made to either of the
undersigned residing at Clearfield, Clearfield
eounty, Tn., either personally or by letter.
JAS. T. LEONARD,
Sept 0, 1?63. WM. A. WALLACE,
most popular and successfulu
HCIIOOL in the country. I'pwinU .
If mAn from tSlW1"".,
ent States, Have been educated '"lii
le past inree ;pn,
ployed as BOOK-KEEPER!"1''
New Jersey Lands for Sale,
immediately rpon graduating -";,,
immeuioiiiy i pun siu"j QolI'P'
i OI accounis wneu iur cm".-
ff-Ministcr' sons half price. . oil
rfraTiw-awn ismw ItfVmnO "fiT. fttudonts enter at any time, ana i
SUITABLE for Grpes. Peaches, Pears, Rasp. P'e"; w,th."' "'mtn1 .5 !
berries, f trawberries, lllackberries, CurranU, ? -Si 1 Pj? Mel" S
il c. of I. Si. 5. 10 or 20 acres each, at the follow. f he 1 'OLLLUE, enclose I
May 13, 61. ly.
W. W. 8 II AW,
TIIYSICIAN A EURO RON,
HAS permanently located at Shawivillo, Pa.
where bo rcspeotfully solicits a share of
publie patronage. May 27, 183.-y
A. F. IILAIR, Proprietor.
fLata of the "Purf House," Atlantie City.)
6ept- 2J, 18(13-1 J.
THOMAt i. M'tULl-OUCH,
Attorney at Law.
Office adjoining the Bank, formerly occupied by
J B. McEnally, Esq., Market street, Clearfield,
Pa Will attend promptly to Collections, Pale
of Lands, Ac. Dee. 17, '62.
POUNDS of WOOL wanted
Wool and Flax Spinning Wheels,
WAKR ANTI'.I), Manufactured and kept on
bands by the undersigned, who invites the
people of Clesrfiold county to embrace the oppor
tunity now offered to secure one of theso superior
Machines. They will be sold cheap Cnn not
reused. Call at the Old Shop in Curwensville.
WM. P. CHAMBERS.
May 8, 1883. y
Shaving and lUlr-DressiDg.
TEREMIA1IN0RR1S respectfully announces
to his friends of Clearfield and vicinity that
be has returned to his old stand, and is well pre
pared to rendor the most perfect satisfaction to all
p fWV"i POUNDS of WOOL wanted pared to rendor the most perfect satisfacti
OVFvvJU for which the hishest market 1 who may desire his professional services.
price 'will be paid by. Clearfield, April 9, '(32.
J. r. KKA1Z.&K. I
Clearfield, May 13, 1863.
TU9TICH of the peace
(J Luthershurg, Clearfield Ce. Pa., ' lj therehurg, Clearfield county Pa., will attend
will attend rronvptir 10 ail Bunnest entswea rT' an ousinesj entrusted to hie oare
ing prices for the present, vil : 20 acres for $200,
10 acres tor $110, S acres for foil, acres lor
f 40, 1 acre for $26. Payable by one dollar per
Also, good Cranberry lands, and village lots in
CHETWOOD, 24 by 100 feet, at $10 each, paya
ble by one dollar a week. The above land and
farms are situa ed at Chetwood, Washington
township, Burlington county, New Jersey. For
further information, apply, with a P. O. Staap,
for a circular, to
B. FRANKLIN CLARK.
No. SO Cedar street, New York, N, Y.
Jan. 2I.18B3. ly.
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
O II. I.AUCIII.IN, having purchased the
IO interest of hia late partner, is now going it
on nis own nook in tno shop formerly .occupied
by them on Second street, where ho ii prepared
to keep up his reputation ai a comploto workman
by doing all work entruitod to him on abort no
tice, in the best manner, and on the most reas
onable terms. Defying the eountv. all he ask-
is a fair trial, and continuation of the patroai
WTlif Ouaium'iNi Br,lW"
Feb. 5. '62. "
wriiTTii a viiiirl. (W H
t. i. Claris
May 3, '83
T EVER FLEOAL, Justice of the Peace, Ln
, -w -r i i.-'"PI,M & I , . is m lair trial, ana continuation ot tne patroai
1 f All 111.LI A large lOt Ol -age heretofore extended. Lookout for the iign of
J " FLAX SEED in exchanae for TUE BIO WATCH.
GOODS at the Cheap Store of
( JOHN D.
' Curwronine, lsr PA, 18W.
CKANS and BAKP'i
aw . V .w rirH,i I. Ifc v
r v m " "i - ' .
N. B The Cash will be poeitlvelT exeeetei
;en the work Is delivered, H. H. L. ;
j T'fcartlein, Marrh , mi. j
Crans, Esq., on Secen.'
sin.i. eft iqai tf.
I) OBERT J. WALLACK, AJJ ri
XX Clearfield, P.. "
csite ft Journal efBoe.
eesjjs ftt aowal.
far. 11, 1IM. torosti
March 190t. ly. poj.
Muiemniif, apru e, i".