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' St. JtlVikE(6l,.lt4fc;'M
(J, W. & H. W. SMITH
if A v i: .irsT i: i: 1:1 v i:i
From iw "Kast,
JL F I? KS 1 1 M'l'i'I.Y O V 55 E A ) N A I'. I E
Comprising a ecneral assortment of
(Print". Delaines, M"punli'iiU(K, Alpacas, Silk,
Ili-ocmlo Mohair, Challin, l.awim, Linens, Pop.
iai, Lavellns, Ginghams, Checks, Plaids, Drill
ing, T liking, Miuwl., I'luin A Fancy Cassiuicres,
Cottonale, Brown mu.-lius, l(If:i-t.e-l muslins
(at less than city wholesale prices, Table Cov.
rn, Whito Hoods, Bulnnral Skirts,! .t 1J Liuen
N 0 T I O N 8 ,
Hosiery, Cloves, Ribbons, Trimmings, lliiliuni,
Coll"". NetH, Veils, Kiubruidering llrnids, lluud
Jierchicf", Ladies' Elastic Pages, Whalebones,
IUnding", Childrcns', Mi-nex' and Ladies' Hoop
JJkirts, (,'onker Curot Skirls, Zephyrs, Nock -ties,
Ladles' (Jilt aud S i I v c r e J Rcdu, Leather Belt..
TVOOl'KN-WA UK & IIOI'SKIIOLD
Cdar JUic kets. Tubj if- CliumB, Vop, Measure,
UratlicJ, Il-kots in groat variety. Unwla, Duor
Mat't Window Illiticii, C.ir.l; A T.nael, Patent
window Il.ind i'ixliirc.i, Oil Clothe.
Boots, Shoes, &
mot a I
Kip r.oot.i. Kip A Calf
,' nnd l.adief' Morocco
i nnd (!.: iter?.
Shooa, Cbililroin", I
Boots, Shoe, lial-1
Hilts, Caps, Hounds. &r.j
!"t Poii, T .'lac '
fupar, Tea. CIT'i', M
Co, Spice-, Sjlt, 1'iab, Aj.,
Foil Tea Kelts, t'ups A Snureis, (.lass hi.-hes
TuriiMur, plates, l a. lors, ulasa Pieerre Jar.
Hard )ca re, d)'c.
Fey the. Smii'ios, Scvtho Stone., K'lkos, Sh vels,
f p'udes. Hay Forks, Tabb Kuivo", K"rk. Spoons,
. Hut.' I T'-a Spoons, Hatchets, Nut Crackers,
Taiki, L'tJ Ca.i'.oii, Njils.
.-t'r A Note Paper,
Pens i Pencils.
Treble Thick j
.HCIU1 T .IIKIIUD
M IS C II 1. L L A -N i-: U I'
l'nrcy Toilet Snaps, Fishing Lines A Hindis, Trout
l;i!, Trunks, Carpet ."-uck.-, Ladies' '1 r .veiling
hiitohcls, Pio-Uet Hock, hat A l.air Hiii.-lics, )
Cloth Bruthc-j. AH d which will bo sold
Cheap for Cash
Approved c -.tiitry p:
f.ii c mis, r.t market r.
."lu 'C taken i:i ex. h .-.
ici. n.y U lo
X "i al
M'vtk.re!, Col f,h, li"-rrin. S.il'm n,
all lit parkascii ut J.P. lillA I Zi.lt s.
lll.'D OF I Jill CP ! Wh;:ta pietly 'od iutcr
J csting child f t.w lakt wee!; ! Hut uow, al-ii-it
i.i no in oe. S'ku v : the nou-ei -.nion of
t-o gcnticm.'ii ridur; t'.own li.a n. Died of crou d
Low riranje! whru Dr. Tobia' Venetian l.in't
ic.ci.t i-n ctiiair cure, if taken in time. Now,
.Motl.eis, wo .llpf 'i lo 3'"- is not for tho
piltry gain an 1 j i-'llt v. a in i!;e, but fur the sake
i f the infant child that no lies playing at your
fet. Croup is a diingimes di-ta-e ; but use Dr.
T"lou' Vi intii n Litiiiuriit in time, and it is rub
hi J of its ("mils. Always keep it in tho house;
i u tuny not wont it to-ni,:ht, or tu-iuurrow, no
Idling wiuii lu.; nrtned with li ni incut you
me prepared, let it rouie, wlmn it will. Price 25
cents a'bottlc. Sold by u!l drur'.;i.ts. C'lhce, itf
Corilandt Ftrcct N. Y. .May II, D'01-liu.
AN ILK.) iu great vri
UKMr.K NOTICE. The I'.o.-rd ef Relief
i f r the county of Ch arlWld, will meet at tho
1 ommifioi.irs' ofi'r e, on Wednesday snJ Thurs
day, lie 20th nnd 20ih dnys of May l.v:4.
The lluntd hive directed that nil new appli-
"snt miirt apjiear beforo the Hoard und produce
mur sworn statement uoiniiing nnmo oi suiuicr,
regiment and ceiepanyj when en.isted ; the
uumbcrof fhilJrcn, withafo and itx of each ;
mp li'l" HSU ip IU w II I u lli.B H'-ric'i iwn...w"
eniistuient, aud their present residence j and that
the ib without tho means of suf p"rt for herself
and children, who ure dependent upon bcr.
Two witnesses of credibility, from tho tuwn.'hip
i n which Fhe rctides, must also bo produced
w hose certificate, st, orn tj before the board, must
lit forth that the applicant is the person she cp r
resents heiself to be ; that the stalomment ofthe,
number and ace of her family it true ; that she
is in destitute ciioumstnnces and her family iu
actual wout J and that all the fats sot forth in her
ai plication are jut and true.
Furuis containing these reiiui,iiions enn be ob
,1... l : I :..k ,1... ....! !.! .1 llAll,ntf
tained at tho office of the Hoard of Relief, when
application is uiado an l the i witnesses nppe.r.
-.law ll. lM,l. ll Jl. p. l.KA i .vv 01.
. J ' 1 "
top'J Iiief !
r. Itr.WAHl). Tho store ol tio subscrl.
ber. st Krcnchville, was entered on tho
night ofthe 27th ultimo, and tho following, a
Borg olher articles, taksn tbercrroni, to wit:
3 black frock coats ; 2 fine cassimer frock colts;
3 pairs slriped fiue cassimer pants : 3 plain block
alpaca vjts ; oue s-atin vest i 2 plaiu black Flor
ence i ilia vests; .1 pair fine calf doublo J rcled
be ils ; 1 lot of gold Euger andcir-rings j 1 lot of
gild breastpins ; 1 lot of low priced hugor rings,
rHe.re-keeper", and the public generally, aro
requested lo give immediate Information to the
undersigned, should either of tho above srticlcs
be offered to them, when all expenses and the
above reward will be paid for the conviction
me uneves and the recovery oi iue gi...o.
uay 4, tf.
sV.OCERIUS A full stotk of choice Grocer-
f BW PIKlRPi
; LAN uuuih
its al toiall advance on city i
ltv prices t
VAK, Oil NO YAU!
A F R E 8 II "a R H I V A I- OP
AT THE CHEAP CASH MOKE.
! im Just rece Ivlng n -1 opening carefully
elected slock of fashionable Spring A hummer
O O MP S
of almost every description,
, A beautiful assortment of Print aud Dry
(food 1, of the no went iiml Utoit styles. Also
great variety of useful Uotioni.
i DHY-GOODS AND .NOTIONS.
Hat ii n J Caps,
Boots and Shoes, a large quantity,
Hardware, tjiieousw are,
Urua aud Medicines,
! Oil and Paints,
Carpet .1 Oil Cloths,
G u o c i: U I E s ,
K i 5 h , Bacon aud Flour,
Mackerel in J mid barreld,
of the be?t (pinlity, ull of which will be told at
the lowest carh or ready pay priced.
My old frlendh nnd tho public generally, are
roHpectl'ully invited to call.
, --N. 11. All kind of till A .Vand approTod :
COfXTUY I' HO VICE takeu in exchange for
Vi SI. r. IKWIN. i
ClcarHeld, Mny 4, I SB I. ;
MIE eubucriber in order to accommodate the'
BBnorully, ban jimt received a lot of
COOK, AND 1'AItLOU SToVKS, ;
for wood or cuul, which he will dispone of very
cheap for cash or produce,
Nov. 4, lSC3-.tr.
STOVn IIIF..-For ulo at the cheap nloro
of John D. Thompson, In Curwcmville, at li ;
ceul per pound. pov. II, 1S03
PHILADELPHIA KlilE liAII.UOAD.
great line traverses the Norlbcni and
counties of rcnnmvuhia to
tho city of Krio, on Lako trio
11 has been leuncd by tho J ruunh nin 1'iul-
rund CvmuHiiv. nnd under their (.usuiuox is be-
ini rnniillv oiieiied tliruni.liiiot it. cfitire lentrlli.
It ii uuw iii u.-e fur l'a.scni;cr and Freight bu
Kine.ss from llnrrisburg to I'mtmrinm (2J t'ork,
I l!ij nii'cf) on the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to L'rie, ("3 miles) ta the Western
Time of Pifasrnijrr Tiaina nt I'mpnruim.
Kxprcss Tr.iin leaves cas'wnrd .'f 40 P. M
Express Train arrives westward '2 15 P.M.
Cms run through without r itAVT.F. both wan
on these trains between Philadelphia and Lock
; Ilavi n, and between Dultiinoro aud Lock Ilavon.
Klcant Sleeping Cars accompany tho Kxprcss
I Train both way? between Willianisport and Jlalti
iniirn, nnd V iiliamsport and Philadelphia.
I'nr information respecting Passenger bueincss
I aj'ply at tho S. K. Cor. llth and Market fts.
And for Freight business of tho Company's
AgeiitF, S. Ii. Kingston, jr., Cur. 13th and Market
. sis., Philadelphia ;
J. W. ltevtiolds' Erie ;
I J. M. Drill, Agent N. ('. T.. It. lialtimcre;
II. II. llorToN, Gen'! Freight Ag't, l'bila.;
i l.K.ivis I,. II ct, licn'l Ticket Ag't, PhiU.;
I Jos. D. Purrs, Ueu'l Manager, Williamsport.
Jan. 21, 1S0I.
WATCH & JEWELRY
rpilK undersigned revpcctfully '
informs his customers nnd the
public goneriilly, that he hn; just
received from tho Fast, nndoi en,
ed nt his etaMMiment in till A HAM'S W) II'
Clearfield, Pa., a co assortment of Clocks,
Watche'. nnd JcwKLltr of different qualities,
from a "ingle i:cco to a full sett, which ho will
sc'.l at tho inoM reasonable prices for cash, or in
jexchnnec for old gold and silver,
CLOCKS of every variety on huud, at the mitt
ALL kind? oK'locks, Watches and Jewelry
eiuel'uMv repairod und 'nrrtinti-l.
continuance of patronage is solicited,
Sept, 1J, ISiii). H. F. NAUuLE.
D WIKL CONNELLY beg. leave lo Infonn
his fiiends, and tho citizens of Clearlield
ami vicinity gcnernl'y, that he has tukon the shop
lately occupied by Ueorgo ewson, in naT t
Row, where he intends to be ready at all times to
wait upon tho.-e who ucny faror hiin with their
Ho will guarantee his work to bo ns well exe
cuted us can he made clsewheie, nnd nt quite as
renn n.ible prices. Ho is bound to win tho g ."d
opinion of all h ) walk in shoo-L-uthor whether
male or frma'.c and nli he inks is a fair trial.
Clearfield, July S, Ini3 y
NOTICE & CAL'TION.
nAYINQ n!o appHcation to the Assistant
Asse.-sor of the I 'Jtb Cullertion DLtiictof
Pennsylvania, and a License as Auctioneer hav
ing been granted to nio by the proper authority,
1 would iuiorm the ciliaens of Clearlieid county
that I will attend to "culling rates " whenever
desired in any pnrt of the rounlv. Charges
moderate. AdJicsi JOHN L. RKAMS.
Duo. Ifi, ItfiS-lf. Clearheld. Pa.
1 P. S. Any person " calling " sales without a
' license is subject to a penulty of $i'0, which will
be enforced in accordance with the law, against
all persons violating the statute,
t -- rr"
j DANIEL GOODLAN DER,
' -rl'STICI! of tho reaco
SI . ..' .
J Lutheraburg, ClenrP.e!J Co, Pa.,
will attend promptly to all business entrusted
lohlsenre. March 23, 1861). ly. pd.
DR. M. WOODS,
TR CTICINtt Phvsician, nnd Examining fur-
RACTlCINd Physician, nnd Examining
I eeon for Pensiona. Uftice Southwest corucr
Bccond and Cherry streets, Clearfield, Pa.
January 21, 1SH3.
w-w-tM. m. It I. ()()!. of Pike township, do-
i t V sires to iuiorm his friends and tbo publio
i u .l-. t. - u - - inLtn fit ft l.icensti as nn
AIJCTION'EEH. nnd will attend to tho crying
I , ,
iol sales ill any port ol the coumy a me ..o..ek
Inotiee, and at the most reasonable charges A
iruss, eilhcr per-otially or by letter, either at
vurwcnsvillo or Uloomviile. iipii' '.,
i. CR.tVS. WAI.TRR llARRtT.
CHANS and iiAKijrr,
Atturiicj s at Law,
Mar 3, Y,3. Ci f nriKt.n, PA.
To School Teachers.
XI r NTI P By the school board of Cur-,
I t wensville, three sihool teachers (one tnulo
and two female) to take eharpo ol their schools '
for the term of four months during the coming 1
summer, and if they prove satisfactory may be
eontinuel during the winter term. Schools to
open about the middle of May. Make itninedia te
of j B,j)iiciiin to the secretary of the board.
. -uuj teachers good wages will ne given.
II. P. THOMPSON, Sec'y.
lARPETINO-lngraia, Cotton, hemp. Stair,
Tluor Oil cloth.-, Brocatell, Hoor msis, Ac.
J. P, KRA1ZI R.
CARLISLE & GO,,
dealers jx for wax axd
homestic dry goods,
GROCERIES, I I'M II Kit,
IMIIMPtmitf:, Centre county, .'ruii'.
Iliivi? lcct'ivccl tuiil iiro jttHt opening
the largest ussortnuut th lest,
CIIEArKST, AND MO.ST 8KAJN A HI.K
A'r Urumjhl tvlhia ttctiun coMnfiy, rumitlin-j f
II KV ;(M)1)M .k CiH(Tltir,
IIAUOWAUi; and O.l'KKNSWAKK,"
I j n (1 i c s' V ii r s !
Hoods, Nubias, Sontags, Balmoral,
and Hoop Skirls ! .
hats & ca rs : p.oots & shoes
Ready Made Clothing, of latest Styles
c v v.
ILKJU Ij-JjU Ulvo cv ol AlJllii lb I
Drugs, Oils, Puints, Putty Glass
Rit'c-Flvr Farina itnl Corn-Starch!
to vi. -on. i,ahpsoodam) w il
ia nv H.ti;
r, , e 1 1 1
t'UHKS U ClU'DC I" J S (I ?S
l'lTKS, TOHAfCO AND SIXiAIJS
Fish, Salt, and IS7 a Us
Flour, Teed and Provisions !
a first -cUs
nil articles u;ually kept in
J country store
oil of which will bo sold
Cheap for Cush
or approved produce, Lumber or shingles.
Fbilipsburg, Nov. 13, 1863-tf.
I, 0XNETS Fashionable Bonnets, hats, Nits, '
Caps, Shakers, Ribbons, Fiowers, Plumes,
Ciapo, Donnct Silks and Millinery Hoods gener
ally, cheaper than Cie cheapest nt
J. P. KRAZER'S.
DJIISUfKATOiVS SOm-m.- Notice
S u hereby given, That Letters of Admiuis- I , . , mis . u m me r ouv
trillion on tho estate of Joseph Hegarty, late of A full i'yjt munvactured irorc eo.ntnt'y on mny be found at his office on tho joutbwost cor
. Lumber City, Clearlieid countv, Penna., deceased, i hund. tier of Front and Main ilreete at all times, except
hnvio-been rranted to the lindorsiened. all per- I when notice appoare in the town papers to the
' sons indebted to said estate aro required to make
immediato payment, and those having claims
against the same will present tbeiu duly uu lienti- Qr,i,.r8 fur f)0Uting, roofing, Ac, respectfully
cattd for ECttlcuient. JANE HEijARTi, .solicited. Repairing promptly attended to. As
I WM. V. WRIGHT, bo intends kecpirg noue but "the best of work
I np. 27-'64 pd. Administrators. . mcI)) tne peope BMy rely on substantial work.
Suirekcene.n and dealers supplied at reasonable
i LT and Plaster iu largo quantities f..r sale
J. I. hRATtll.
ii'Tinl it, n nr. l,..r.di autiuu-
I ed ."riinitbuvinff orsellinr. or in any wny
meddling with tho following property, now tu
the rios.-es.-ion of Jacob licarhari. of Urahain tp.
to nit: Two brown mares, with hnruo.-s, one log
sled nnd one log chain as the said property be
longs to me, aud are subject to mv order.
Diadlord tp., may 4-pd. ADAM (J EAR II ART.
Tit AY HAItr. Left tho premise" of tho
3 subscriber in Decatur Uiwusbip, Clearfield
countv, near Philipsburg, Centre county, on tho
23d of Apiil Inst, DLACK MAKE, about Hi
hands high, 5 or Ii years old, one, or perhaps
both, hind feot white, a white strips in her face,
nnd heavy with fosl -enmo from Indiana county
last fall, when Inst traced was going towards
Ulen llopo. Tho person returning said mnro, or
g.ving infuraiitiun where sho is, will be liberally
rewarded. B.C. ROW MAN.
Philipsburg, may i-lf pJ,
j Farm at Private Sale !
ONE MILE FROM CLEARFIELD ICR.
A MOST DKSinADI.E ritol'llUTV
11'Ii uadcrsigned will sell on reus:nablo terms
I a farm containing
5 Am and Id Perrlie.
in Lawrence township, une niilo from the town of
' Til IRTY-EIGIIT ACRES CLEARER.
with a good rrame Uwelling nouse, won nnisneu,
a large bank barn, and all necessary outbuild -
ings. There s a line young orchard of choice,
bearing fruit trees-all grafted or budded, and
selected with special reference to their adaptation
to thisclimato. Thero Is a never fni'ing spring
qunntiiyoi nJia.iu vrtr. u. v ....
uncleared land. The farm was lately occupied
P.,.,,lon e-iven immediaUly. i
'clcariolll np. I7.;tt r. JIOSSOP.
. . ... - I
n r. Met I.fKI':i , Practical Surveyor, ot-
- J3 fcr." his professional services to the people
of Clearfield county. Having purcansca me
stmniiints, Drafts, Ac, of tho late Thomas Ross,
dec 'd. be will be ready to atterl to business on
IOC SU'irieSl IIOIINC , VM.. vv vui.nu.ivu -
reideuce with Robert Ross, one mile from Cur
wensville, or by letter addressed to him at Cur
wensrille. S.F. McCLOSKEY.
Dissolution of Partnership.
milH Co-Partnership heretofore existing be-
I ir.sn Tniiall WaI.L and ISAIAU WALL, in
thenamaof TnoMA. Wall ,f Bno., in the Mer
cantile business, in Pennville, has been this day Lawrence twp., having been 6"t"d to n- d rrn;.tor,ir, determined to spare ncith
mutually dissolved. The Hiniks and Accounts of designed, all persons indebted to sat J estate are . "l" iml ,aher ,0 en,ur. the comfort
the late Firm wMl remain in tho hands of Thorn- requested to make immediate payment, and those ; I ' Jb patronage ofthe trnveling
. . a Hi,nj anninsl Hi, i j in tttll vtra (an v liMvo. t .. . ,
ns II all fur setilenieut,
lo whom all debts must
t e pai l.
(i It EAT KXCTI P.MtXT i Ol.LN HOPE
NEW STOKE :janhinc anb Collcriion Offittl
M1E nndcrKlcned. k.vtn, remorcd Mi Mora
to the new cuiMing nppoMte the i niun
Uouiie, on I'me itreet, Ulrn liupe, Clcorficld cv,
l'a., ! now vflenng to Die public
THE LARGEST AM)
I SELECTED STOCK
J'VISLIC AT THIS
ALL OF WHICH WILL HE SOLD AT
HIKES TO SUIT THE TIME.
liis stock ha? bfen ("elected with particular
regard to the wnnts of the people, and euibrucci
II ATS AND CATS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
S ION E-WAKE,
EARTH EN WAKK,
OILS AND TAINTS,
FLOUR AND BACON,
GLASS AND NAILS,
OF EVERY SIZE A XI) PATTERS;
Together wild nil other articles nocossii-y to
toiupleto tho assortment of a first class eountry
r-AU kinds of M'MUKR and Country Pro
din e taken in exchange for goods, at tho high
est market price.
As he is receiving now supplies of goods
weekly from Pnltiuiore, New York, Philadelphia
and Pittsburg, the puiilio can soe at oaco iuai uo
will always be prepared to eupply any article
in the market
(Jlcn Hope, Dec. 23, 186:!.
SOil KTHI Xti SUP.STA N TIAL 1 N
lumuki: CITY :
JOHN M. SPENCER
KAS recently opened a Shop in Lumber City,
where he is now prepared to manufacture ,
ALL KIXPS OF T1X. SHEET-
1R OX. t- COPPER-1 YA R E.
; Lumbermen can be supplied with It APTINtf
gxoVES of which ho intends keepings lupply. i
j at tne Subtjnti'l T!a Shop nnd see for
' Jorslvi. JOHN M. tlLNt.LIl,
March 2, IStH-tf.
W. McCURDY, A. B. Principal.
MIK next Quarter '
ill open on Monday the
Terms of tuition ai fol-
4th of April, IS61.
Common English, comprising those branch
es not higher than Reading, Writii.g.Arith
metic, Ooogrnphy, English Uraminer and
History, per quarter, - - - $"
Higher English, per quarter, - - 7 i"
Languages, per quartor, - - - 10 00
N THEOIUMIAXS' CO'HTof Clearfield
countv. The undersigned AUDITOR appoin
ted bv the Court lo nsiertain the liens and report
distribution of the moneys arising from the sale
of the real estate of John Young, dee d, now in
the hands of the Administrator, will attend to the
duties of bis appointment on Friday tho 20tb day
of May next, between the hours of 10 a. m, and
i 4 p. in., at tho office of H. 11. hwoopo, h.-q., in
tbo borough of Clearfield, wncn mm wnereaii
persons interested may attend and be heanl.
April 20, IT.!. Auditor.
, . nibimrna.Tiiie niu. '""
-v .nmM--i. 1' t f. .1.1
I X county. Iho undersigned, an Al DITOR p
i i-iMs- r ti.A
poinieu oy me court w inaa. ummuu. u .
. moneys in the bands of tho Administrator, nrls-
Ing from the sain of tho real estnU of L.K.l ait-
er, deceased, will attend to the duties of his ap-
pointinent on Saturday the 2Istday of May, next,
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p. m., at tne
w...uwu. .u.. ... -
moy attend and be beard.
. w tr tl T fW ft V
April 20, 1S6T
SMALL FARM FOU SALE. The;
subcriber offers to sell on the mot reasona
ble terms his FARM, consisting of
I El As?33 C X JLs E21 0! '
townibin. on the Ridge road
e mail, a-
bout 3 miles from Curwonsvilie, ana aoout a
miies from ClcarficlJ. The improvements are a
Frame Plank House and Stable, and abcut 5 or 8
1 acres cleared. farthor particulars, in-
' nuire of the subscriber on the premises,
j March 30, tf. JOHN MORGAN.
113lI:CUTORS N OT I CI i:. Notice
4 is hereby given that letters of administration
on tu estaU) of James D. Lytic, deceased, lit of
- on th estaU, of James D. Lytic, deceased, lite of
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I'urhatiRCoii lite fltira ctmatmitly
on it a mi.
"Office on Peoend St., ttrly oppoit the
Lumber Dried by Superheated Fleam
flMIK undpridined rpectfully informs the po
X r' Clenrtield and tbo adjoining eountim
that be baa the agency of the ftbuve Patent, and
will tell Individual, County and lownslup riglita
for its u.-o. The Dumber dried by this procesa 1
itronger, finishee better, 1 easier on tools, and
ieiiiires less tnno in drying than any other pro- '
cost known utnl drying 1 inch lumber pcrfoctly j
in hours, aud better limn many months under
tho old system using tho aume amount of fuel
I I.. . .,,,. ,n kiln ..ncnn.A. 1'h n..,.
tificatis of a number of resident mechanics, well
known in this community, is amply sufficient to
convirco tho most skeptical of Its practical utility.
Persons desirous of purchasing rijjhtswilladdrasa
JOHN D. CUTTLi:,
: Ju1y JL00.1!1'.1'''-
17ARM AND TAVERN STAND FOR
' SAI.i:T!.a subsiiriber offors lor sale bis
KAHM of t0 ACU KS, about 50 of which are
1 cleared nnd in good state of cultivation situate
in (iirurd township, near liallowe' Harbor.
The improveim nts are a largo, wtil ouiit i.uu-
HOtSK, At-., and as a wstermau'ii or lumberman's
tavern-htand, or a a location for a store, few
. places on the river havo better advantages.
TFor particulars iuijuiro of the subscriber
' on the premises. 11. McUOYIiRN.
i March, 30, ISti 4 If
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
Sll. I.Ai rill lN, having purchased the
interest of his late partner, is now going it
I on his own hook in the shop formerly .occupied
by them on Svcond street, where he is prepared
to keep up his ropututiou as a complete workman
by doing all work eutrustod to him on short no
tice, in the best uiaunor, and ou tho most roas
, onablo terms. Dufyiug the eounty, all bo ask
is a fair trial, and a continuation of tho patrons
age heretofore extendod. Look out for the sign of ,
T II 15 IS 1U ii A w. II.
K. B Tho Cash will be positively expected
when 'be work is delivered. S. Ii. L.
, C'loartield, April 7, 1S01. y
, W. WOUR.tl.1, I'roprlctor.
THIS large and commodious HOTEL is de
lightfully located cn tho bunk of the Sus
quehanna, in tho borough of Curwensrille.
The present proprietor will spare ao effort to
render his customers comfortable, and hopes to
merit a liberal fharo of public palroungo.
HIS BAR AND TABLE
Will lo well suppliod with every thing the mar
ket afford", lial'tmen w ill nlwnvs find his "latch
string" out. Mur. 23, 'C4. tf.
MAINE STREET, CURMENSVII.LE, TA.,
WM. A. MASON, Proprietor-
rpiIIS long established and well known 110
X TEL, situated in the west end of the town,
has Loenreiuoddlod, enlarced and improved, and
tho proprietor rcspoctlully announces to his nu
merous friends, nnd to tho travelling public, that
ho is now prepared to accommodate all who may
favor him with a call.
Ample, safo nnd comfortable stabling is at
tache! to the prcmisos, and trusty attendants
will always be ou hand. Charges moderate.
Feb. 12, 1862. -tf.
DR. AV E HILLS
DESIRKS to in
form his pat
rons thnt profession
al business confines
him to bis office all
i the time, and ho will
imp-f therefora be unable
.fii n make Professional
:Jj 4y-ysK- Visits to any of his
,:.rs.;- aecuswiuea piaoia
July S, '63. tf.
BISH. T. 1. M CULLOLUU.
BUSH k MTL'LLOUGII, j
ci.EAPtitLP, r.t. .
HSflv Git.tnAii' Ntw Biii.ui.nu. .
Feb. 5. 'IV2. '
ml'SICAL GOODS Flutes, Violins, Fifes,
Ifjl Haruionicans, Preceptors. Mmic Paper, (
olin Hows, Hridges, Strings of tho best quality at
,J. P. GRAZER'S.
Small Farm for Sale.
riIIE sub?:riber offers for sale the following
I described Real Estate and Personal Proper
ty, vii: FORTY ACRES of LAND about TEN
acres of which is cleared with a small Plank
House and Log Pnrn, in Lawrenco township, 3
miles west of the borough of Clearfield, Also,
the Castings for a Saw-Mill, Stove and Stove
pipe, a set of harness, together with Household
and Kitchen Furniture.
Possession will be given on the 1 st of April
next, if desired.
Terms will be mado known, and further partic
ulars given, by calling upon the subscriber.
Lawrence (p., March Id, 18t)J.
JOHN h. CUTTLK,
Attorney at Law and Real I'.Malc ARetit,
fltVcenn Market tt. Ojiposilc the. Jail, j
"Y ESFECTFl.'LLY oners his s rvices in sell-,
X ing nnd buying lands in Clearfield and ad-(
joining counties : and with an experience of over
twenty years as a Surveyor, flatters himself thut
he can render satisfaction. And
O i fe r s for S al c ;
KMX) acres of coal nnd timber Land, situatt in
' w-'-- - -
J))04) of Bn(, timhtr Lsni ,Uuilt, ;
townthip, Clearfield county, in lots to
pnrcnc( ,)Cated near the Tyrono nd
, c,c.rfield RaiIroftd.
(MM( acres of first rate farm and timber land
townshi p, Clearfield county, situate on the
w... of Carry Ron. . '
. npij ,cres in two lots, oas ol I12i ana tne otn-
f . ,HMt for Knrmin). p,n-6eS, lit-
' "at n Highland township, Ilk county.
-i s.Bueucrui wairuuive uuer i... ... .....
Feb. IS. '03
UNITED STATES HOTEL
C0 ERLY & HUTCHISON, Propriety,
1MITS Hotel, so well known to th traveling
. public of Clearfield county, is now in a con
dition to anoTd the most excellent accommodation
either for the transient guest or
The "United States" bus now all the conven-
. . rillST CLASS IIO TEE.
i PubUo is respectfully soliciteu. J7'. .J.
ATS and Cap:,
Oskford's Sprirsj Stjlssat
FOl'l'KiN and lH)Mi:sTI0(iOOlv-,
Juot rccfivptl til MitSfSUi''.
i TIM NTS
COLO UK I) )
at Sonntlon price
All to be !td at MOSSOrS'.
CIt ASH at
K TAINS at
r . pr .. p.'..,,,, ,
' A IlljKi lJ I tlO M
, LINO h
i JlOSI ERY
ol all kinds &
ill ttUV QUfin'ty
j t ioon
Alwavnon hand at MOSSOPS'.
-p w t.-,' I s
'J. ,. ,.p,v (,
V KM LNO-
: CLOTHING euch
'us Coins, Pant's,
Under Shirts, V at ematiyB price
, Boots, Shoes,
ilium nnd Caim.
I Now for eale at SI03S0rS',
l HARD WARE
! such as Sitws.nails I
i V n r b a K riivH. (
at tantuiion prio
at sensation price
at sensation piioM
w -, ' I
1 LIQUORS, gach
n Wine, llrnndy,
iO i n, W h iskey,
ICoitnao, etc., etc.,
FRUl I S, such tut
Figs, Filberts, 4c.
GROCERIES, eay )
Hour, 11 a m ,
Tea, C r h c k e rs,
Coal Oil, etc., etc
Alvraj i! at MOSSOrs1.
At the store of RICHARD MQSSOl.
Al.vays keeps an tianJ a lull
assoitmrnt of all kinds of poodi u quired
for the accommodation of the puM'c.
Nov. 12, 1882.
IRES to inform bis old friends snd cus
mers that, having enlarged his shep and
increased his facilities for manufacturing, be Is
now prepared to make to order furniture as may
be desired, in good style and at oh.-ap rates fer
Cash. He mostly bus on hand at his "Furni
ture Rooms," a varied assortment of Uetdy-uiad
Furniture, among which are
Bureaus and Side-Boards,
Wardrobes and llook-Csses ; Centre, Sofa, Parlor
Breakfast aud Dining Extension Ttblts.
ommon, French-Post, cottage, Jenny
Lind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS of all KINDS, WORK-STANDS
HAT-RACKS, WASH-STANDS, &o.
Hocking and Arm Cha:r3,
Spring Seat, Cane-Bottom and Parlor Chair
and Common and other Chairs.
Of every desciiption on band; and Pw glaese
for old frames, which will be put In on ve
ry reasonable terms on short notice.
He alsokoeps on bajcor furniibss to or
dcr, Hair, Corn-Husk, llairand.
Cotton top Mattrtsses.
i COFFIN'S, Of every kind.
, Made to order, and fuuralt attended with a
He-arse, whenever desired.
, Also, IIoiinc Painting don tocrdsr.
, The subscriber also manufactures, and bai
constantly eu hsnd,
Clement's Tatent Wasnlng Kachlto.
; Tho lt now in use. Those using this maihlns
I never need be without cloan clothes 1 He ao ha
j Flyer's Patent Churn,
I A superior art'elo. A family using this Cham
never need bo without belter !
All tho above nnd many other articles re fur
nishod to customers ehea;; lor Cast orexuhnnjej
; for approved country produce. Chirry, Maple,
Pn.lar, l.inwood and other Lumber suitable for
Cabinet work, taken in exchaoge lor furniture.
r--Remember the shop is on Market street,
(Clearfield, Pa., and nearly opposite the "Old Jew
Stors." JOHN UUHCIi.
Nov. 26, ISflS. y
Valuable Timber Land and
nrwid ao 11110 iiri'iiprij is inunig iu viirarit d
. - " si . i ii I- fl:..kJ a
. t,t,,rncd countyi p, ,ni contains
1 Tout IJO'S arrts of I.aud, traot No. I3fl.
and parU of tracts Nos. 5 a-d 43C7. Tbe-s
lMld, ,re ,et iieny Tl.MBERO, with a onto-
tit, of PINE, OAK Mid HEMLOCK,
. STEAM SAW-MILL
U rVnti order! c.pabi, of .utt.ng
Ti,ree .iUoIl Vwi of ifeir,, annum.
...k .n ,. .Li. Z l
I put ting stock to the mill one large Mansioa
Home, six tununt houses, store house, uodooi
Home, throe bums, a blacksmllhshop, and ail
1 necessary outbuildings are upon the property.
I There are about Hi acre cleared Und, nndsr
I good fence, and a Plank Road toward th rirsr
; for gotting lumber to market.
This valuable property is situate upon Pandy
. Creek, about 4 J miles from the river, asd is .op
j ularly known as the
Frenchville Steam-Mill Property,
and Is now cJowd at PRIVATE SALE upon
reasonaoie terms, ah ainue vi win luwoer
from the point indicated.
jTr Application can be mad lo either of th
undersigned residing at CUargtld, CleurfleiiJ
eounty, Pa., either personally or by iettef.
JS. T. LE0NARP,
Sept. 9, 188.1. 5L A.
i ' .Wll.ll .
PROVISIONS-Flour, Chtew talv DrUsV''
Apples. Dried Vraeb. tel,d.'ranlarr
rtnurillr, Apiil 2",
ap, 10 6t. pd.
A C. I AIL,
J. P. hRA ItLJt c.
' irom lb wen at the store of J. f, irn A 7 k