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SOMETHING SUBSTANTIAL IN
LUMBER CITY !
JOHN LI. SPENCER,
HAS recently opened a Shop In Lumbar City,
whur he U now prepared o manufacture
ALL KINDS OF TIN, SHEET
IRON, it COP r Eli- WARE.
I ? i HB UN
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS
A full supply of manvfaeturid war conttantly on
Lumbermen can be supplied with RAFTING
STOVKS of which he intend keeping a upply. .SHAWLS
Order for pooling, roofing, Ac, respeetfully 1 p,()N N ETS
solicited. Repairing promptly attended to. At COLORED I
ni iwvuua Keeping uuue out luo oral 01 won
men, the people way rely 01 substantial work.
Storekeeper and dealer tupplied at roaaouabi
Call at the Subttantiul Tin Shop and aee fur
yourselves. JOHN M. srKNCER,
March 2, 1861-tf.
Just received at M0SSOPS'.
GREATEST BATTLE ON RECORDS
15,000 Killed nndWoundcd, and
WOO taken Prisoners!
WITH CAMP EQUIPAGE AND
price 70,000 Contraband freed from the
price. riAlTTlfl ATt nT a TTlTiT7 I I
price. HI I II 1 1 A IsT M.UVhH T 11
vwaiw wm WU4aj V Mae
nBftii TC! 17vert m" th hM ; thing of th
Sensation prices piu,, hlBU)ry of tuli W , taJy com
Sensation pi ice to the conclusion that the Confederate Oorarn-
Senaatien pricea meat would b broken down. It was only a que.
Sensation jiriccs tion of time. But now we have tb above Olorl
al MOSSOPS' 'ou soul-stirring newt to cheer us up ; aud the
Sensation pricea on,y draw-back to our joy and glorificatlou it tha
Sonant Inn -rinn danger of the Contraband coining
sensat ioi price Nurth u i(Bt oul our ub,lMcef,. lnJ t0 we,r oui
Sensation prices euraliocal But of on thtngthe people of Clear-
1 urij county mny be assured, aud that la, that
MERHELL & MGLKK
Have just opened a large and aplendid
At their old stand in Clearfield.
TABLE CLOTHS nl
All to be had at MOSSOrS'. I FRAK K SHORT for abort called Short et It
THEY bar the bet assortment nf Hardware
that bu ever been brought to thi county,
which they will tell at the most reasonable pri
ces, among which will be found a splendid lot of
CUT TLE RY,
To which they invite the special attention of tb ,
pubnc, embracing heavy hilver-plated forks,
Spoons and Butter knives of the best manufac
ture. A lot of rixtol of the lest pattern, and other
Ore -arm. Also a general assortment of pistol
cartridge all of which will be sold a reasona
They continue to manufacture all kinds of
Tin-ware, Brass Kettles, Stove
pipe, etc., which cannot be surpassed in tbi eo
tion of the Stat.
They also have on hand Pittsburgh Plow,
among which are Steel Centre Lever flow. Also,
Plow Castings, and many other Agricultural Im
plement. Cook Stoves, Parlor and Coal
Stores a general assortment, and of the best pat
terns, fr rale at reasonable price.
LACE at Sensation
HOSIERY at Sensation
RIBBONS at Sensation
of all kinds i at Sensation
in any quan'ty I
Always on band at M(J.vUl'b'.
price elllng lloole U shoe a cheap a any other
price m,Q county; and If you dun't bolieve It,
prices ust 'v n',n C"0Q court-week, or at any other
mind the publio that his shop i now on Market
street, In Shaw's Row where you will find him
just a Short a usual If not a little shorter of
dsn than ho would like to he,
All kinds of work on hands and made to order
on short notioc, and as well'made, and a good fit
at can be "skeerod" un here or elsewhere.
. . I &-?t,Dn't forget the shop on Market street,
I""-" in bhaw's Row, directly opposite Rev. It, B,
Swoope' office. F. 5H0RT.
ClearOeld. June 11, 18(2.
at sensation prices
as iOnts, rant,
Hats and Caps,
' Now for sale at MOSSOrS'.
M. M. I1LOOM, of Pike township, d.
iret to inform hi friend and the publio
generally that be ha taken out a Liceue as an
AUCTIONEER, and will attend to the crying
of sale In any part of the county at the shortest
notice, and at the most rcaaonnbl charges. Ad
dress, either personally or by letter, either at
Curwenmlle or Uloomville. April 6, '64. tf.
If paid In advance, orwlthin three month, ft M
tf paid any time within the year, - . - 1 7J
If paid after the expiration of the year, i 00
orrica ok MAnaar struct, cliabfikld, rstiit'..
Term or Advertlslne;.
Advertisements are Inserted in the Republican
at the following rate t
1 Insertion. J do. S do.
One square, (10 line,) $60 $75 $100
rwo squares, (20 linos,) 100 1 50 2 00 1
rhree squares, (30 lines.) 1 60 I 00 2 60 j
3 mentht 8 mo't. 12 mo
One Square, i t : $2 60 $4 00 $7 00
Twosqunrea, : : I t : 4 00 6 00 10 00)
Three squares, x t i a 00 8 00 12 00
Pour squaros, j : : 6 00 10 00 14 00
Inlf smliniin ' , i i fi ll A ! nn It fin i
On column, i t t I 14 00 20 00 85 00
Ovor three weeks and lets than three months 25
cent per square for eash insertion.
Busiass netlce not needing 8 line art In-
ssrted fur $2 a year.
Advertissments not marked with the number of
ntertions desired, will be continued nntilforbid
and charged aecordlcg to tlwse terms.
CARLISLE & CO,
DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND ,S3naS
aasi " - ' 1
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, VBitttgnh
GROCERIES, L UMBER, j AjTfSi
3iil UJj&d, dU.,A V. I ' " uu" uuln8 to th pil()U
PIIILIPSIIURG, Centre county, Peun'a.' THE LARGEST A
I C'Kr flnn.
Havo received and arc just opening. " r0Cj
the largest assortment of ht beat, GOODS Vll
TIME OF HOLDIXO COURT.
3d Monday In January, I 3d Monday in June,
SJ Monday in March, 4th Monday in Sept.
of each year, and continue two week if necessury
COUNTY AND DISTRICT OFFICEBS.
Pres't Judge nn . Samuol Linn, llellofonte.
As'te Judges Hun. J. D.Tbonipson,Curwensville
lion. Jumes Bloom, Jrorrekt,
such a Saws, nails
LIQUORS, snch '
as Wine, BranJy,
Copnac, etc., etc.,
FRUITS, such as
Figs, Filberts, &c.
at sensation pricos
READ ! READ !
Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps,
Palate, Oils and VarirUko, a genoral ataortment.
31ast, putty, Nails, Iron andCastings of great
variety ; in fact almost every thing wanted by
the publio can be found in thotr establishment
and at pricos that eannot be beat.
Now i3 the time to purchase,
If yon dosir any thins in their line of business.
(live them a call and examine their stock, end Tpu C r a c k e rs.
utvj ivvi lusurvu lumt yuu can ue Kcouiuinuuaiua. , pifpji Candles
Street, Clearfield, Pa , when) you can bny roods
to tho very best advantage.
j73fr01d silver, copper, brass, powtor and old
s(iagswill be taken in exchange for goods.
Mny 20. 1863. MERRELU 1 DIGLKR.
Flour, 11 a m s,
'Coal Oil, etc., etc
at sensation prices
C. W. & H. W, SLIITH
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
From the East,
AFRESH SUrPLYOF SEASONABLE
DANIEL CONNELLY beg leave to inform
hi friends, and the cititen of Clearfield
and vicinity geuerally, that be baa taken tbe sbop
lately occupied by George Newson, in Shaw's
Row, where he intend to be ready at all time to
wait npon those who may favor hiui with their
lie will guarantee his work to be as well exe
cuted a can be made elsewhere, and at quite a
reasonable prices. He I bound to win the good
opinion of all who walk In shoo-lcather whether
male or female and all ha ask I a fair trial.
Clearfield. July 8, l8S3y
Always at MOSSOPS'.
At the storo of RICHARD MOSSOP.
Always keeps on hand a lull
assorlment of all kinds of goods required
for the accommodation of the puUie.
Nor. 12, 1882.
Comprising a general assortment of
Sheriff, Edward Perks,
I'rothonotary, D. F. Etswoilor,
Reg. 4 Reo. Isainh II. Bargor,
llittrict Att'y, Iraol Tost,
Treasurer, C. Kratzer,
Co. Surveyor, II. B. Wright,
Auditors, Charles Worrell,
F. F. Couteret,
Coroner, J. W. Potter,
County Sup't. C. B. Saodfurd, Clearfield.
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
1'ott Offictt, l'utin$lert,
Glen Mope, Win. S. Wright
Vtahville, Theodore Weld,
Hcgnrty'i X Roads.Bam'l. Hegarty,
J. W. Campbell,
II. L. Henderson,
R. U. Moore,
Burnrido, New Washington, Jas. Uallabor,
'BLACKING at sensation
ROPES at sensation
POWDER at sensation
SHOT nt sensation
LEAD nt - sensation
CAPS . at sensation
Print, Delaines, Motambiques, Alpacas, Silk,
Brocade Mobair, Cballles, Lawns, Linens, Pop
llns, Larelln, Uinghams, Cheeks, Plaids, Drill
ing.Ticking, Shawls, Plain A Fancy CMstueret,
Coltouades, Brown muslins, Bleached muslins
attest than city whnlosale prices, Tablo Cov
ers, White Good, Balmoral Skirts, 1 A 11 Linen
" Fast Ridge,
" - McUarvey,
- " Karthaus,
IIARTSW1CK & HUSTON
lAUKET Street CLEAKFIELD PA.
KEEP constantly on hand a large
ana ana tceu seiecua stock of
DRUGS and CHEMICALS
PAINTS OILS AND VARNISH
PERFUMERY A ToiLET ARTICLES.
BLANKS, BOOKS AND STATIONARY
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
And a general assortment of VAUI
AT1ES and Fanct ARTICLES.
W respectfully Invito a oa.ll, foeling confi
dent that we can supply the want of all, on
terms to their satisfaction.
1IARTSWICK X HUSTON.
Clearfield April 27th 1863. tf
FOR SALE BY C. D. WATSON.
FAMILY DYE COLORS.
Fir dyotng SWV, Woolen and Mixed Goods
Shawl, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Glove,
Bonnots, Sti, Feathers, Kid Glove,
Children's Clothing, and all kind
of Wearing Apparel, tf-c, c,
ttfrA SAVINQ OF 80 PER CENT.-
For 25 cents yon tan color a many good as
would otherwise eott five time that amount
Various a oado can be produced from tbe tame
ly. The process Is simple and any one can
cs- the Dye with perfect success.
Directions In Engluh, French and German,
inside of each package.
For further Information in Dyeing, and giving
a perfect knowledge of what colors are abat ad
apted to dye over others, (with many Valuable
reciio), purohase Howe A Sloven' Treatise en
Dyeing and Coloring. Sent by mail on rtoeipt
vi price iv ceuia. manmaiureu uy
HOWE t STEVENS,
260, Broadway, Boiton.
For tale by Druggists and Dealer generally.
September 23d, 133.
Small Farm for Sale.
fin HE subscriber offers for sale the following
X detcrined Heal Kstate and Personal I'ropor.
ty.visi FORTY ACRES of LAND about TEN
acre of which Is cleared with a small Plank
House and Log Barn, in Lawrence township, 3
ailes west of tho borough of Clearfield, Alto,
V tasting for a Saw-Mill, fctov and Etove
ipe, a tet of harnest, togethor with Household
'd Kitchen Furniture.
Possession will be given on the lit of April
Teroii will b made known, and further partis-
ir given, oy eaUmg upon the lubscriber.
Lawrenet (p., March 18,1881,
WAll, Oil HO WAtt 1
A FEE SH "ARRIVAL OF
AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE.
Hosiery, Gloeet, Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons,
Collar. Net, Veil, Embroidering Braids, Hand
kerchloft, Ladioi' Elastic Pages, Whalebonos,
Bindings, Children', Misses' and Ladies' Hoop
Skirts, Quaker Corset Skirts, Zephyrs. Neek-tios,
Ladies' Uilt and Siivored Belts, Leather Belts.
I am jutt receiving and opening a carofully
elected, ttock of fashionable Spring A Summer
of almost every description,
A beautiful assortment of Prints and Dry
goods, of the newest and latest stylos. Alio a
great variety of uteful notion.
DRY-GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Hat and Caps,
Boot and Shoe, a large quantity,
Drngs and Modieinet,
Oil and Paints,
Carpet A Oil Cloths,
Fish, Bacon and Flour,
Mackerel In H and 1 barrels,
of the belt quality, all of which will be sold at
the lowest cash or ready pay prices.
My old friondc and the publio generally, are
respectfully invited te call.
jr--N. B All kindt of fffliM'and approved
COVXTItY PRODUCE taken in exchange for
WM. F. IRWIN.
Cloarfiold, May 4, 1864.
WOODEN-WARE k HOUSEHOLD
Cedar Bucket!, Tubttfr Churnt, Mopt, Measnros,
Brushes, Baskets in great variety, Bowls, Door
Mat, Window Blinds, Cords A Tatscls, Patent
window Blind Fixtures, Oil Cloth.
" West U'eratur,
M Osceola Mills,
Fox, Little Toby,
Girard, I.eronte's Mills,
" Bald Hills,
Guelich, Smith's Mills,
Huston, Tyler, ,
Karihaus, Salt Lirk,
Knox, New MHport,
Penn, Lumber City, i
" Grampian ll:lfs,
This Post Office will do for Chest township.
gnui answer lie rerguson township.
W. C. Irvin,
Jack Patch in,
G. Toser, Jr.
S. A. Farber,
M. A. Frank,
1'. A. Gaulia,
T. W. Fleming,
S. Radibach ,
T. F. Boalicb,
A. B. Shaw,
A. G. Fox,
Chat. J. Pusey,
J. C. Brenner,
U. W. Spencer,
A. C. Mooro,
T. H, Fleming
Benj. F. Dalo,
v jr p
WATCH & JEWELRY
Boots, Shoes, &e.
Men' Kip BooU, Kip A Calf Shoe, Children',
Misses' and Ladies' Morocco Boots, Shoes, Bal
morals and Gaiter.
Go and sec the New Goods at
J. E. WATSON'S,
Maryiville, Clearfield county, Penna
piIIEAP for CASH or exchanged for Timber
j lioarus, baw-Logs, or bbingles.
Deo-1. '63. If. JAS. 12. WATSON.
iwooas, urooene. Hardware, Qune
Hals, Caps, Bonnets, &c. S!tti'j'
Sugar, Teas, Coffee, Molavoi, Split Peas, Tobac
co, Spices, Salt, Fish, Ac.,
Full Tea Sett, Cups A Saucers, Olass Dishes
Tumblers, Plate, Castors, Glass Preserv Jar.
mn B undersigned respectfully W Spoon.
X Inform, h s customers and the T,ck, B()(, Ca,
ubhc generally, that he baa ju.t
H. W. SMITH 4 CO.
niatsjHAMTH, and dealer In Dry
woods, Urooenes. Hardware. Ciinnnr. .h
do. btore on
site the Prelytorian Church, Clearfield Pa.
Dec. 4, tS6l.
" JOSEPH R. miURRAY"
A SJ) D E A L E Jt IX L I'M It Eli
aew WasniDfton, C'learrield County. Pa
July 1st 18G3.-tf
Scythe, Snath, Scythe Stones, Rakes, Shovels,
Spades, Hay Forks, Table Kulves, Fork, Spoon,
naioneu, rul trackers,
recoived from the East, and oi.en.
edathia establishment In URAUAM'S ROW
Clearfield, Pa., a fine assortment of CLoras, !
WATunas, and Jewblrt of different qualities. I
from a .ingle piece to a full ott, wh,ch he w ill c Letlor k Not, p n ff k T
.oil nt the mo. reasonable price, for cash, or In h , Enr,inJlt,t j., 'Boonk J,'
r. nrSvJ oW ld ?d ,lrr' . , . Book., Pen. A Pencil. '
CLOCKS of every variety on band, at tbe mtit
ALL kind, of Clocks. Watches and Jewel
carefully repaired and H'u
A continuance of patronage I. solicited,
Sept. 1, 1860. H.F.NAUOLE.
IT m tl n ft M sraMat ... '
liU I UBKSBUKU,
CLEARFIELD COUNTY, TA.
WILLIAM SCIIWEM, Proprietor,
May 1J, 1SG3. ly.
Justice or tuk 1'eace.
For DacArca Township,
will promptly attend to all business entrusted to
ni care. j o. Addre., Philirsburg Pa.
Aug. 21st 1861
Jan. MeMurray. Matt. Irvlii.
Dry Goods, Groceries Lumber, ic.,
Dee. 24, 1862.
Foncy Toilet Soapi, Fishing Line. A Hook.Jrout
Rods, Trunk., Carpet Sack., Ladies' Travelling
C P. McCLOSKEY, Practical Surveyor. of- tf' t00"' P.V' ."!' t,tr Brnh,
kj, fer. hia prefetsional service to the people ivl0,B 1,uoe, " "nica will be (old
or tlenrbeld county. Uving purchased the In
strument., Dram, c, or the late Thomas Ros.,
dco'd, he will be ready to attend to business on
the shortest notice j be can be consulted at his
residence with Robert Ro., one mile from Cur
wensville, or by letter addressed to him at Cur
wensville. S.F. McCLOSKEY.
ap. 27 '64-ly.
T ISU-Mackerel, Cod-fish, herring, Salmon, ! 1
X In all lis. package, at J. P. KRATZER S. 1 1
Tames e. watsoS;
T!n,k. c. t . MowAslt. and dealer In
vrffi, Sirs Mg,,B?'ri' -. Mar,.
Ho, CTesjrfleld oounty, pa, jun. 2V, 6 4-ly.
LUSH & M'CULLOUGll"
t&'ls Graham's New Building.
Feb. 5, '62.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS Tinware, Queensware,
Glassware, Woodenware, Looking Glasses,
Cloeka, Nails, Glass. Oil., Paints, Lamps, Wall
riper, st all pricos at I
J. r. KRATZBR'S. j
Cheap for Cash !
Approved country produce taken in exchange
ior goous, at maraei rate. may u jm,
Bulkloy's Patent. .
Lumber Dried by Superheated Steaa.
T1HE nnderslgned respectfully Inform the pea
I pie of Clearfield and the adlolnins- eountia
that he ha the agency of the above Patent, and
will sell Individual, County and Township rights
for It use. The Lumber dried by thi proceea i
stronger, finishes better, I' easier on tools, and
require loss time In drying than any tbor pro
cesi known and drying 1 Inch lumber porfectly
In 36 boura, and better than many moniA under
the old system using the tarn amount of fuol
per day that a eoommoa kiln eonmutt. Tha cer
tificates of a number of resident mechanic, well
snownln thii community, I amply sufficient to
conviro, ,h, m04t ,k,pticia of ,u prwlio,l ulity,
rerwn detiroo of purchasing right will address
Jul.1 1b Otfi L. CUTTLE.
July 1, 1862. Clearfield, Pa,
MANTLES Id ca variety st
O O 1 .
roUKIW of WOOL wanted-
for Which tha hiffhaat
... . ... 'aiwv. Ma m u a.
price 'will be paid by.
r, . P- KRATZER.
Clearfield, May 13, 1863
TIIOM S 4. M CULI.OUGII,
Attorney at l a
OOc adjoining the Bank, formerly occupied by
t B,nMr.ln11'' E, ' Market ttreet, Clearfield,
to Collections, Sale
Dec 17, '62.
Pa Will attend nromnllv
of Lands, Ac.
MhKl lUKT, and dealer in Dry Goodt,
Clothing, Hardware, Queentware, Groceriet,
Front Street abov tha Aoademy Clearfield Pa.
April 20th 1814,
CHEAPEST, AND MOST SEASONABLE
Ever Irvught to this section ocoimiry, coii.iid'ny nf
DRY tiOODM At GROCKHIICS,
HARDWARE and QUEENSWARE,
La dies' Furs!
Hoods, Nubias, Sontags, Balmoral
and Hoop Skirts !
II ATS k CArS ! BOOTS k SHOES !
Ready Mado Clothiag, of Latest Styles
SCHOOL-BOOKS k STATIONERY
Drugs, Oils, Paints, Putty & Glass!
Rice-Flour Farina and Cuin-Starch!
COAL-OIL LAMPS HOOD AND WIL
Trunks ij Carpel-Bags !
PirES, TOBACCO AND SEGARS !
Fish, Salt, and Nails!
Flour, Fttu and Provisions !
And all article usuully kept in a first-class
country store all of which will be sold
PUBLIC AT Tills
ALL OF WHICH WILL
PRICES TO SUIT THE Tl
His stock has been icletttd
regard to the winU of the tMti.
IT ft l.i .
OILS AND PA1XTS,
GLASS AND SAILS,
OF EVERY SIZE AXD fATIti
Together with all other srtlcW ara
complete tho assuortment of a Intcua
pir-KW kinds of LUMBER ulCtan
uuce tnken In exchange fur goodt, a it I
esi marKei price.
As he ii receiving (imIIii f
weekly from llaltiuiore, KeeYortAUi
and Pittsburg, the public cat mituejlt
win always bo prepared te nl; u;
in the market.
Glen Hope, Dee. 23, 166J.
Cheap for Cash
or approved produce, Lumber or shingles.
Philipsburg, Nov. 18, 1863-tf.
JAMRS T. LRO.NAttD.
WM, A. WAI.LACB.
1). A. FINK I! V.
A. C. riaaar,
'JJanhinn anl) Collection OStc
LEONARD, FINNEY & Co.
C L E A It Y I E L D,
CLEARFIELD COUNTY, rA.
BILLS Or CXCH tOR,WOTK AUD PRAFTS maOOl'MTEU
Colleet'wnt made and proceed promptly remitted
Kxchancou the Cities coustantly
AfT-OfEce on Second SL, nearly oppoalto tb
DESIRES to Inform hi old friend and cus
tomers that, having enlarged bit ihap and
increased his facilities for manufacturing, he is
now prepared to make to order furniture as may
be desired, in good style and at cheap rates fur
Cash. He mostly has on hand at his "Furni
ture Rooms," a varied assortment of Hoady-mo.de
Furniture, among which art
Bureaus and Side-Boards,
Wardrobes and Book-Cases; Centre, Sofa, Purlor
Breakfast and Dining Extension Tables.
Common. French-Post, cottage, Jenny
Lind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS cf all. KINDS, WORK-STAND
HAT-RACKS WASH-STANDS, Ac.
JUSTICE of the peace
Lulheraburg, CI at fl old Co. Ta.,
will attend promptly to all busines entrusted
to hi eare. March 29. 1860 ty. pd.
Oakford't Spring Styles at
J. P. KRATZERS.
SOAWLS Brooke, Stella, Bilk, Bay State,
Cashmer, Thibet, all qualities at
J. P. KRATZER'S.
Cj ALT and Platter in
I very eheap by
large quantities for sale
J. P. KRATZER.
PROVISIONS-Floar, Choose, Lard, Dried
Jt Applet, Dried Peaohet, reesivwd regularly
from the west at th itors ef . P. KRATZER.
Spring-Scat, Cane-Bottom and Parlor Chairs
and Common and other Chain.
Of every detcription on hand) and new glasses
for old frames, which will be put in on ve
rv reasonahla term, nn ihnri tinti
lie also keeps on banr. or furnishoi to or
der, llnir, Corn-lluik, Hair and
Cotton top Mattresses. ,
COFFINS, Of every kind.
Made to o'der, and fuuerals attended with a
Henrse, -vhenever desired.
Also, House Painting done to order.
Tho tubtcriber aLa manufactures, and baa
constantly n baud,
Clement's Patent Washing machine,
Tha best now la use. Those using this machine
never need be without clean clothe I He also has
Flyer's Patent Churn,
A superior art'ole. A family using this Churn
poi'M aaad bo without butter I
All the abovo and many other article are fur
nished to customer eheap for Cash or exchanged
for approved country produce. Cherry, Maplo,
Poplar, Linwood and other Lumber suitable for
Cabinet work, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember tha ihon
Clearfield, Pa.. and nearly opposite the "Old Jew
btor- JOHN GULICH.
Kor. 26, 1862. 7
AIOUiNT VERNON HOUSK
Second Street, above Arch,
A. P. HL At X Proprietor.
(Late of tha "Surf House," Allan tio City.)
Sept. 23, 1863-1 7.
tw i - a . .L.i. ! ATUi!!
RF.rZK.XSTFTV BROS. iCf
Become they sell so very chesp JnW
l Boeause they keep th bestswdi;
Because llioir Clothing is wcllnui11
Because they keep the largest assor1'
, Because they get New Goods twrW'
Because they give every one tkraruIia'
; Because they take th dvaatsg',,l
Boeause they treat their custonert
' Because evcryboly likes to deal'
Boeause their Clothing are well""1
Because they ean suit ereryboJi
' Becauso their Store it o ecnvesii'f
n....s ,.i.,i i0v. ilioir ttort diss""1
,' Becauso all who deal wi!h them ire ""I
.. unj t.irniebbon,
Because they hav purchased tholr Sn
roducod pricei thattMr""
These are a few of tbe reason -
ruos. n. roRccr.
A11 kinds of Country Trtii
the highest market priejt. ng t(f
Clearfield. Nov 11. 18C.I. Ja- -
MERCHANTS, nd -""'KS tf.
ber. such a. BQUABK-lWj
all klnd.-forall of wWcMh. bif
be paid-at Grahaaiton, CharfsM fa
ARTETINO Ingrain, Cotton, hemp, Stair,
noor uu-eiolB, Vroeatelle, Door mate, .
J. P, KRATZER.
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Curwenivllle. Sept 16, H H
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Street on door oaft of tilt "TijHJ
BOOTS and Shoe- VI1
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