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DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CAMPAIGN
paper for lboi.
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FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPION.
Term of Advertising. I
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Business notices nut eiceding S lines are in
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:nd charged accordicg to thiso terms.
clearfii:ldco. ui rectory
TIME OF HOLDING COURT.
?l Monday in Jnnnary, I 8d Monday in June,
x J Monday in March, 4th Monday in Sept,
i,f each year, and continuo two weeks if nocessary
COUNTY AND DISTRICT OFFICER.
Pres't Judgo on. Samuel Linn, Rellef.iiito.
As'tO Judges lion. J. D.Tlloltr"' Tonv.njrillo
Jlon. James liluoui, jMirrosr,
Sheriff, Edward Berks,
i'rothunotnry, 1. F. Euwciler,
Heg. A Rec. Isaiah (I, Earner,
His'trict Att'y, lire! Test,
Treasurer, C. kiutrer,
I'o. Surveyor, II. H. Wri-ht,
Auditors, Charles Worrell,
F. F. t'outeret,
Coroner, J. W. l'otter,
County Sup't. C. 3. SandforJ,
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
J'oft OJitt; t'ostmustrr,
Glen Hope, Win. S. Wright
I'tahville. Theodoro Weld,
Hegarty's X Roads, Sam'l. Ilcjrarty,
m . JicuraeKcu,
J. W. Campbell,
K. II. Moore,
New Washington, Jas. Oalluher,
me .t. I pi n us results uiny not miliae y uipen.l
tlio eontinuarico f our republican (loverunieiit ou
this continent. The libertie of the )ep'e hare
hem itttWni, under the pretenco of preserving
liberty j their rights n.!"iled under a pretended
defeufo of thoco rights ; their constitutional priv.
ilejtes destroyed under tho plea of metuining tho
The war for tho pupprcssion of tho Southern
rebellion hns been luavle tho instrument of usur
pation and of opprei-sion, and tho pittiiotisui of
the people turned to un assault upon freo govern
ment, Tho prodigal liberality of our citizens in
support ef tho ar has bcenui-od as a means of
einiibing oDieinls, their fiK-ml and favorites,
and tho money contributed to su'tain our armies
has been diverted to tho basest of partisan uses
to tho uictt corrupting practices in tnery branch
'of tho Administration.
I Tho f ewer ur.d influence of our (lovernment
lomonc nations has been frittered away, and a
nicnaivby cstuhli.-hed on our borders, without so
much as a irele: t Irom tlio asliiugtoii Ailminti
traiiuii. i'i: ri jlit f tuyhiiu hf Iwi i!'i!,tln
ilh tho connivanco and aid ol the Aduiicistia
tion, and loieigners, who had sought :i huina on
our shores have been kidnapped by Lnited States
ollicials. and seutuiit of the cuuiury, in ijlation
of law nn;l ri,;!it.
Tli libi rlj : thr pn-is hun lu-t n .iim7. ,1 news
paper.) havo' 1,,-eu up;w- I l .v military power,
pe.-soi s hae been soid, inijirisoned, puuii-lud,
w ithout warrant, without trial, without j i dieial
exainiualion, and our bon-tdl freedjiu is fast
beeoiuini a by ward and a mockery.
Finally, tlio l'ru . : '. :iit h. avowod his determi
nation t e- nvcrt t'y war into an abolition eru
sale, and roi'iis-J t.) cntorttin propositions fjr
lcaeo,"txccpt uixm r m.litiou of the abundoniucnt
of slavery in all the Stat".
hall the Adaiiuiatratioii, which has thus failed
in its duty which has thuj trampled upon tho
rights of tho people be continued in power,?
Shall the political party which sustains pufh etli
cial ir.issjovpruinent be permitted to maiutain its
neceudvHcy ? The uucwer of every horeit patriot !
is on indignant NO.
'Pa nifl in llio iiv:it" work it re-rstablishiril? tho '
Constitution, i f restoring t!n I nioii, and of so- fic'Ul'fs !
curing to tlio peopio tiicir ri'Ms ann i icir i.oer
ties, special ttVortj mujt bo put forth to
enlighten and inllu mio thoj pulilie mind, to
exposo the wrongs mid al utes ef tho present
Administration, nrou.'O the people ton senso of
their dangers, and disseminate, throughout tho
length nud breadth of the land, during tho Presi
dential campaign, tho great principles of Demo
cracy, ef civil liberty, mil of personal and politi
In addition to our regular Daily, Peiui-Vcokly,
and Weekly editions, wo shall issue a special
campaign cdittioo, to be called
THE CAMPAIGN WOULD,
commencing tho first wee': in September, with
tho proceedings of tin Chicago dune itioii, i.nj
terminating with tho election. It is designed to
be a faithlul, earnest, audigorous cxponant of
tho sentiments of tho great opposition party
of the country, to prortoto tlio success of its can
DOYMOX, 6K0K LRS & CRAIIA3I.
And Very Cheap ! !
BOYNTON, SHOWERS A C UAH AM suc
cessors to Roy n ton A Showors respectfully
announce to tho public that they are uovr open
ing an oxtens-ivo assortment of
SUM M E 11 GOOD S
At tho old ttnnil in Graham's new building which
they '.Vr to sell nt astonishingly low prices,
(considering their cust !) for cadi or approv
ed comury produce Their stock of
CAXXOT BE SUUrASSED !
Customon can there find
CALICOES Willi FAST CO LOUS I
MUSLIN'S! LMXAIN'ES! LAWN'S 1
CLOTHS! CASS1MEIW! VESTING S
LADIES' SHAWLS ! GENTS' SHAWLS !
HATS & CATS ! LOOTS & SHOES !
CAKPETS & OIL-CLOTHS!
OUIi STOCK Of
GREATEST BATTLE ON RECORD !
15,000 Killed nnd Wounded, and
30,OOD taken Prisoners !
WITH CAMP EQUIPAGE AND !
70,000 Contrabands freed from the
BONDS OFSLAVERY ! !
INVERT rnan that lias read any thing of the
j past history of this WAR must Anally come
to tho conclusion that the Confederate Uovern
incut would bo brokon down. It was only a ques
tion of timo. Rut now we have tho above (Jlori-
oui soul-stirring nowa to cheer us up ; and the
only draw-back to our Joy and glorification is the
imminent danger of tho Contrabands coming
North to "oat out oar substnnce, and to wear out
nr Klines 1 Rut of ono thing tho people of Clear-
Oi Id county niny be assured, and that is, that
FRANK SHORT for short called Shart-te is
selling rlooN & shoes as cheap as any other
man in tho county; nud if you don't believe it,
just give him a call on court-week, orat any other
tunc, and see for yourselves, lie wuuia jui r
mind the public that his shop is now on Market
street, in Shaw's Row whero you will find him
just M Shirt at nunl if not a littlo thorter of
CAsn than ho would liko to be.
All kinds of work ou hands nnd mado to order
on short notice, and ns well'mnde, and ns good fits
as can bo'Vkicred" up here or elsewhere.
i.TU-Dun't forget the shop on Market street,
in thaw's Row, directly opposito Rev. II, U.
Swoopo's office. F. illORT.
ClcarUcbl, Juno 11, 13C2.
GREAT EXCITEMENT in GLEN HOPE
riMlE undersigned, having removed bis store
X to tho now building opposite the L'niot
Ilouso, on Fine stroot, tllon Hope, Clearfield co.
Pa., Is now oflering to the pub'.io
THE LARGEHT AND
FANCY G OODS AD
l'hilipiburg, Centre county,
West Decntur, h. Kadnbach,
Oscoola Mills, T. F. Roalich,
Fercmon, Marron, Kd. Williams,
Fox, Littlo Toby,
Girard, Leconte's Mill's
Guelich, Smith's Mills,
KanhauS) Salt Lick,
Knox, Kew Millporty
Tena, Lumber City,
" Grampian Hills,
Tliis I'ost Office will do for Chost township.
Will answer for Ferguson township.
W. C. Irvin,
U. Toier, jr.
B. A. Farber,
M. A. Frank,
1. A. Uui'lin,
T. W. Fleming, didates, and to aid in restoring tho Union to its
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STYLE
AND VARIETY, embracing
NOTIONS! NOTIONS! NOTIONS!
Head-Nets ! Neck-Tics !
.Satchels ! J'ort Monnaics ! Urushes !
rhotogratiliic Albums !
nrES, TOBACCO & SEGARS!
rERF L'MERY OF ALL KINDS !
Or anything else in tho Notion Lino !
former greatness und power
To give tho Campaiom World tho widest pos
sible circulation, on oarnest appeal is made to
State, County and lown Committees, DoM crat-
Jas, McCTcllun, io Associations and Clubs, and to patriotic indi-
ry . r I l 1 - i.r.i. . . i '!!;.
luuaiji in every pnri ui 1110 couuiry, 10 uiu i it lis
Fkef. DisTitiDi Tioll in every neighborhood thro'
out the Union. A million of copies should be
spread broadcast ainonir, tho people. tt
The prieo of tho Campaign World will be as
low ns tho present very high cost of paper will
pcium. orocrs win do taken at the. following
rates, and must lo for tho whole scries of nine
numbers, vis :
Tea copies to one address, f3 00
Twenty copies to one address, 6 00
Fifty copies to ons address, 10 00
One huudred copies to one address, 13 00
Orders must bo for packages of tho numbers
above indicated, and always accompanied by the
cash. To avoid losses remittances should, when
convenient, bo by draft on New York. It is do
eirablo that orders reach this office ns early as
possible Letters may bo addressed to
aug.10, , 37 TarkRow, Now York.
A. R. Shaw,
A. O. Fox,
Cbas. J. I'ueey,
J. C. Rronner,
II. W. Spencer,
A. C. Mooro,
T. H. Fleming.
Benj. F. Dalo,
Q xi c e n s av a r c ,
SELECTED STOCK OF
CARLISLE & r
. ...v aQ
REST PniLIPSBURU, t'eutre
Have rettivo'l nnd are W
the largest amrtsntnt of
WJI. M. II.tM)M, of Dike township, de
sires to inform his friends and the public
generally that he bus taken out a License as au
AUCTIOXKER, and will attond to tho crying
of sales in any part of tho county at tho shortest
notice, and at the most rcusoiiaLlo charges. Ad
dress, cither personally or by letter, either ut
Curwensvillo or Rloomvillo. April 0, 'CI. tf.
0. W. & H, W. SMITH
have just iu:ci:ivj:d
From the East,
AFRESH SUPfLYOF SEASONABLE
Comprising a general assortment of
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
1'JiICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His stock has been selected with particular
regard to tho wants of tho people, and wnbracei
HATS AND CATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
READY-MADE CLOTH I NO,
OILS AND PAINTS,
FLO UPLAND BACON,
GLASS AND NAILS,
Go and seo the New Goods at
J. E. WATSON'S,
Marysville, Clearfield county, Fenna
CHEAP for CASH or exchangod for Timber
Roards, Saw-Logs, or Shingles.
Doo.10, '63. tf. JAS. E. WATSON.
H. W. SMITH & CO.
MERCHANT., and dealers la Dry
Goods, Orocories, Hardwaro, Quconswnro, and
everything usually keyt by the trade. Store on
SECOND Street, below Judge Lcenard's, oppo
sito the Presbyterian Church, Clcarfiold Pa.
Doc. 4, 1861.
A M P A I G N
THE I'lULIsrJERS OP
THE PHILADELPHIA AGE
All of the best quality, and selected with special
regard to tho trado of Clearfield county.
AI F. ROYNTON,
Clearfield, July 27, 1861.
roKXCIILT AT THE UELLKroXTE FOfNORT LUA.IUH
1LACE 01' M'Sl.XKbg.
II AU1T& Co.,
nAYlNG leased tho Foundry and Machine
Shopsst Milesburg, known as " GREEN'S
FOUNDRY," nro prepared to inanu'-rturo and
repair Steam Engines, sweeri nnd tread power
Threshing Machines, New II orld and Hathawny
Cook btoves, Wagon Spindles, Plows, nnd Cast
ings of all kinds at short notice They alsohavo
both at Rellefonto nnd Milesburg, a variety of
Cook and Parlor Stores, for eoft coal, of Pitts
burg manufacture. Call nnd seo fur yourselves.
J. C. HAVPT Is ngont for tho York nnj
Columbia Insuranco Companies jy20,6l-1y
Prints, Delaines, Mozambiqucs, Alpacas, Silks,
Rrocrdo Mohair, Challics, Lawns, Linens, Pop.
lins, l.avellns, (iinghams, Checks, Plaids, Drill
ing.Tieking, Shawls, Plain i Fancy Ciissimeres,
Cotton ades, Rrown muslins, Rleachcd muslius
at less than city w holesale prices, Tahlo Cov
ers, White Goods, Dalmoral Skirts, 1 lj Linen
: SALE. r
JOSEPH K. M'MUliHAY
A KJ) JJ E A L E It L UM IS E U
New Washington, Clearfield County, Pa
July 1st I8G3.-tf
LI' TIIERS BURG,
?cr8on8 desiring a bar
gain In tho punhnso of a FARM, will do well to
embraoo tho opportunity now offered. Tho farm
is situated in Morris townshin. Clearfield countv.
Will Issie a Campaign Sheet for the Dmocratio about fiO acres cleared and improved with cood
and Conservative masses. outbuildines. nnd is advantaeoously located, and
It will be printod on a largo sheet of fino white can be made highly productive. It will bo sold
paper, at sucti rates as wilt wring it within tho nt a bargain. Sdr-For further particulars npply
Jt will support the nominees of the , to tho subscriber either in porsou or by letter to
full pro- Kvlcrtown Post Ofiico, Cloarfiold countv.
wjun. 1, 2in pd. FREDERICK XEBEL.
Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons,
Collars, Nets, Veils, Embroidering Rraids, Hand
kerchiefs, Radios' Elastic Pages, Whalobones,
liindlngs, Childrens', .Misses' and Ladies' Hoop
Skirts, Quaker Corjct Skirts, Zephyrs, Neck -ties,
Ladies' liilt and Silvered Relts, Leather Reltd.
WOOD EX-WA U E & HOUSEHOLD
Codar Eucket, Tubs if- Churns, Mops, Measures,
Rmshes, Pnskets in great variety, Rowls, Door
Mats, Window Rlinds, Cords A Tassels, Patent
window Riiud Fixtures, Oil Cloths.
OF EVERY SIZE AND PATTERN!
Together with nil othor nrticles necessary to
complete tho uaasortmout of a first class nuuutry
iS-AU kinds of LUMBER nnd Country Pro
iluco taken in exchango fur goods, at tho high
est market prieo.
As ho is receiving new supplies of goods
weekly from Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia
nnd Pittsburg, tho public can see nt once that ho
will always be prepared to supply any article
in tho market.
filon Tlope, Deo. 23, 1S63.
CHEAPEST, AND MOST SEASON J
n 1 r . j. .1 ,
DRY GOODS V GROCER
IIAKDWAKE and QUEESs'
Ju a dies' Fnrsi
and Hoop Skirts!
IIATS&CArS! LOOTS &$Hj
Ready Mado Clothisg, cf Latest
SCHOOL-BOOKS & STATIoJ
Drugs, Oil?, Paints, Putty & J
reach of all.
Democratic National Convcition, tho
cecdings of which will be published in its col
uinns. It will boldly advocate tho rights of tho
whito man, and fearlessly sustain all tho const!- r ONNETS Fashionable Bonnets, hats, Nets,
tet'onal rights of tho oitiien, no matter from what, I) Ceps, Shakers, Ribbons, Flowers, Pluinos,
quftrtor they may be assailed. j Crape, Bonnet Silks and Millinery Ooods goner-
xne nrsi nuiuucr win oe issuca noout mo am any, encaper than tuo clieniest at
WILLIAM SCinVEM, Troprictor.
Ma 19, ISCa. ly.
Justice ob tuk 1'eace.
For DacATrn Township,
will promptly attend to all busines entrukted to
bis care. P. O. Address, Philip uburg Pa.
Aug. 21st 1361
Jas. McMurrav. Mutt. Irvin.
Dry Goods, Groceries Lumber, io.,
Pee. 24, 1362.
ffl Onfi IUM)S of MOOL wanted
JVf.UUVJ for which tho Lighost market
price 'wUl be paid by,
Clearfield, May 13, 1363
of August. Tho whole number will bo thirteen
following each other weekly, until tho Presiden
tial election, tho result of which will be Contain
ed in tho final number. Democratic and Conser
vative Clubs, County Committees, A'iits andall
interested in tho cause aro invited to co-operato
in the circulation of
Tho CAMPAIGN A(i, of Thirteen If umber.'.
Sinclb Col ics for tho series - - - SO cent?
1st Clubs of not less than 20 to mo address 13 "
iu " " 10 "
Cash must aeeonipanv each rrder, and NO VA
RIATION WILL lii: MADE IN ANY CASE
FROM THE ABOVE TERMS,
Order t should bo sent in immediately; or at
latott by the first day of August, to
CJLOSiriliUUNMOH $t WlUSH,
ICO, ClicMntit Street,
J. P. KIUZER'S.
DR. A. M, HILLS
oots, Shoes, &c.
Mens' Kip Boots, Kip A Calf Shoes, Childrens',
Misses' and Ladies' Morocco Boots, Shoes, Bal
morals and Ua iters.
Hats, Caps, Bounds Sec,
Sugar, Teas, Coffeo, Molasses, Split Peat, Tobac
co, Spices, Salt, Fish, Ac.,
IRBS to In-1
orm his rnt-
f.r-' ' V ? T"n ,!int profession-'-.'s,
v'jyi''i al businc-s confines!
;--r Jj) him to Lis Cff CO nil
L . Tli'f ife-'i v-v. the lime, nnd ho will !
Q UK ENS WA RE.
Full Tea Setts, Cups' A Saucers, Glass Dishes
Tumblers, Plates, Cattors, Olnfs Prc-orvo Jars.
OZZWi Etg: bt
THOMAS J. M tUM.OUGII,
Attoruty at Law.
v",v u1.,iiiiiiB ui uan, iormoriy occupied ry n, i
Ta Will attend promptly to Collections. Falo : . ,'
cf Land,'. Ac. it ic.9 ';J" ''"",
Fun SALE HY C. D. WATSON.
A.tllLY I)YR COLOK.1.
Lt'uht IS rote tit
-,. i i.
i L YtiffYl ' 2i tiureloro t'O unable
vV C"'- i to make Prnfe,.i..n
X ytL'' V, - Vhlts to rny cfhis
this summer; but
may ho found at his cfTioo on the f outhwest cor
ner of Front and Main streets at all times, except
when notice appears in tho town papers to tho,
contrnry. July S, '63. tf.
milM IAKTM:i:!IIP heretofore existing
X between Stacy W. Thompson aud James E.
i atsou is this day dissolved by mutual oonsent.
Tho business wil bo conducted by Jas. E. Watson
who will settle- tho business of the firm.
STACY W. THOMPSON,
Marysville, jun. 29 JAMES E. WATSON.
Kew Watch and Jewelry Store.
SI I . I.ATX'II I.I X, having purchased
Interest of his lato partner, is now goin
J. P. KKATZER,
MERCHANT, ond dealer In Dry Goods,
Clothing, Hardwaro, (iueenswarc, Orocories,
Front Street above tho Academy Clearfield Pa.
AprU 20th 1C4,
JUSTICE of tho peace
Luthorsburg, Clcarfiold Co. Ta.,
will attend promptly to all business entrusted
to his care. March 23, I860. ly. rd.
QHAWLS Broche, Stella, Bilk, Bay
Caehmero, Thibet, all qualities at
J. P. KUATZER'S.
For dycinj 5ilk, Woolon nnd Mixed Ooods
Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, (llovcs,
Bonnets, ,S'at, Feathers, Kid (Jlnves,
Children's Clothing, and all kinds
of Wearing Apparel, if e,, f o,
Sy-ASAVIN(i OF Ml PER CENT.a
For 25 cents you enn color as many goods as
would othorwiso cost five times that amount.
Various s oados can be produced from tho same
Dye. The procoss is simple, and any ono can
usr mo uye wun ihtioci success.
on his own hook in tho shop formerly .occupied
by them on Second street, whero ho is prepared
to Loop up his reputation ns a comploto workman
by doing all work cntruttcd to him on short no
tice, in tho best manner, and on tho most reas
onable terms. Dofying tho county, all ho nsk
is a fair trial, and a continuation of tho patrons
ago heretolT.ro oxtendod. Lookout for tho sign of
TH E UIU WATCH.
If, B Tho Cash will bo positively expected
when tho work is dolivercd. ' 8. U. L.
Clearfield, April 7, 1S04. y
(JjALT nI Plaster In large quantities for sale
kJ very cheap r J. V. httAlthtt,
1R0V 1SIOXS Flour, Choose, Lard, Dried
JL Apples, Dried roaches, reoelved regularly
ffcm rVe wst at the rtor 8? . P. HUATliK
HAT3 and Cars, Ookford's Spring Styles at
Jt T. KRATZLR'fl'.
Diseases of tho Korvons, Scminnl, Urinary and
Sexual Systems now and reliable treatment
In reports of tho Howard Association, sent by
Directions In F.nglUh, French and-Qerman. V ln TBl0'l ."'",??".. .'T.9..'' 0W'
Inside of each package. ' ' I ,'iss, wr. j. v 11.1,1 iiy t un iyjx, 11
For further information in lvoinir. and cirina '"""" 1 "" """" . '
" r.rCnl l,n nut All Iffl nf wbllt Colors In atlOlplllB,
. aptou to dye over rimers, iwuu many vniuablo
recires), purehase Howo A Stevens' Trcatiso on
l'yoing and Colenng. bout ny man on receipt
Scjllic, Snathes, Peylh.i F'onm, P. iko, Shovels,
Spade?, Hay !' r!; , Table Knives, 1-Vrk, Spocps,
Plated Tea Spoo.m, Hatchet.', Nut Crackers,
Tacks, Led Ciuluu, Nails.
The lUason why
Kvery body purchsso their CLOTH INd of
Becniiso they keep tho best goods;
Because their Clothing is well mado A fashionablo
Because they keep tho largest aasortmont j
Because they get New Ooods every week ;
l'.ucau.'o they give evory one the worth of his mon'y
Because they tiiko the advantago of nobody;
Bocauso they treat their customers woil ;
llecnuso everybody likes to doal with thorn j
Bccauso they sell chonper than tbo rest ;
Bocau8 their Clothing are well sewed A Ct woll
Bccauso they can suit everybody;
Bccauso their Storo is so conveniently situated ;
Rice-Flour Farina and Corn-Sa
COA L-Ol L LAMPS WOOD ASD H
PirES, TOUACCO AND SEGA2
Fish, Salt, and JM
(D3iH sisid LaSiSssi CJIslj
Flour, Feed and Pitorao-uli1
And all articles usually kepi n ilm
conn try store all of bieb willb kH
Cheap for Cd
or approved produco, Lumber or iblijla
Philipsburg, Nov. 13, 1363-tf. ,
JAMFS T. I.EONAIIO.
, A WAIXACB.
t. tt .
LEONARD, FINNEY 4 C.
C L K A R F 1 E L D,
CLE A UF1 ELD C O FiV77, ?i
Bii.r.a or Exrn anor.wotes AsnnatrnwuitB.
Collections math and prorenls prwif'.
liMhangeon flic Cities couitufll I
on hand. f
Sr-0fce on Scccnd SU, nearlj tf"
DESIRES to inform his old fnenli
tomcrs that, having enlarged kii
increased bis facilities for mnnnfscUr-
KEIZi: NSTEIN BROS. & CO. ! ZiZTf 7-u ni it tl
. ..' " .. . 1 ... .1 at nil ns-1
Beennse they ft,I so very chesp-for Cash , Z SJsorS
Furniture, among which ars ,
Iturpnin nnil Side-Boam
Wardrobes nnd Po. k Cases : Centra, eVfcl'
Rroiikl'ast and fining Extension Wj
Common, French-Post, cottage. W
Liud and other Beristeaft
SOFAS of all, KINDS, W0RW
A rm CIliA
HUOIVlll, uiai -jftJ)
Sent, Csne-Bottora ana rs
nnd Ciniiinon nna tuner
vr ilnritii!ii11 nil
r T - 1 - . xt 1. T rfr rw 1 1 mm t.
'I v f . 1 " 1 'i I - v ' . CK i Ke"lul,o nx"y 1mm their store dissatisfied;
whito l.nvclopes, Pass Book.-1, Memorandum!,, , . '
Books, Pens &. Pencils.
31 1 S C E L L L A N K O U S .
Fancy Toilet Soaps, Fishing Lines A Hooks, Trout
ItoJs, Trunks, Carrot Sacks, Ladies' Travelling
Satchels, Pocket Books, hat A hair Brushes,
Cloth Brushes. All of which w ill ho sold
Cheap for Cash !
Approved country produco taken in exchnngo
for goods, at narkct rates. may 11 4m,
Lumber Dried by Superheated Steam.
11115 urdersigned respectfully informs tho poo.
Because all who deal with them are suro to call
again, and send their neighbors ;
Bocnuuo they have purchased their Stock at such
reduced prices that they can afford to
Thcso are n feir of tho reasons why they soli so
jTVr-All kinds of Country Produce taken at
tho highest market prices,
RE1ZENSTEIN 15ROS.& CO.
Clearfield, Nov 11, 1363, 3m.
Or every description on mni . i,-
for old frames, which will 1 ' FJ'"
TUOS. II. FORCEV.
3. LLARE WALTERS.
FOKCKY & WALTERS
MERCHANTS, nnd General Dealers In Bum
bor, suchns Siil' ARK-TIM BER, SHIN-
tlLKS, BOARDS, Ac., and also in GRAIN of
aoie leruis on
1! nibbed.! onhand.orfumisnw"
COFFINS, Of every kin lfi4
Made to order, and fuucrals attenaw
Huarso. whenever i""..
Tho subscriber also muu..
constantly en hand, , .
Element 8 raitui noo ,,..a
Tho best now in use. Those '
never need bo wltta-ul rlean clolbe
A superior srt cle. A muiuj -never
need bo without butter I
aii tno auovo auu " r. orsxt1",
shed to customors cheap fory"irT W
of price 10 cents. Mnnufalurerl by
260, Broadway, Boston.
For talo by Druggists and Dcalwrj generally.
ScpHsibcr 23d, 1863.
I' EVER FLEOAL, Justice of the Tcaco, Lu
J thersburg, Clearfield county Pa,, will attend
promptly to all businoss en t rutted to hit care.
Luthorsburg, April 4, 1881.
CLOTIIIMd Full suits to match, of CoaU,
Pants and Vests, ovoralb. diulnri. Itnv.' da.
' tl'n 3. .V KKAUUtt V.
thai ho has the agency of tho above Patent, and
will sell Individual, County nnd Township rights
for its use. Tho Lumber Jriod by this process is
stronger, finishes better, It cos ior on tools, and
requires less timo in drying than any ether pro
cess known and drying 1 inch lumber perfectly
in S6 hours, and b Jttcr than many months under
tho old system using the same amount nf fuel
per day that a coonuuon kiln consumes, Tho cer
tificates of a number of resilient mochanics, well
known In this community, is amply sufficient to
convlrce tho most skeptical of its practical utility.
Persons dosiroui of purchasing rightswilladdress
JUlia JL. CUTTLE,
July 1, 1S63. Cloarflold, P
bo paid at tirahamton, Clearfleld county
Kov. 25, 136J.y
lor approved couuuj -. kM roiu"-
Poplar, Mnwoo.i ana - for form"-
- A-- Jvvun " , - , i. IDf V'
WANTED-A larrrc lot 0f ld'1'","d ' U!JflCU
FLAX SEED in exchango for
GOODS at the Cheap Store of
JOHN D. THOMPSON.
Curwcnsville, Sept. 16, 1863.
M. M CUM.OirGll, ArroKav at
Law, Cloarlie d. Pa. Office on Market
Streot ono door east of the "Clearfield County
I Bank." may 4, 1864-tf.
T OOTS and Shoes a comploto assortment of
fuuwii JHiis bongut and sold upon JL Ladies', Gentlomen s, Misses, Boys and
J M..n.li1n l.rmi An..lM,A I l l.l'.l--'- 1,-l- u I . .. ,1 n I , .... . ,
ivauuui". ,w r',J UUU1VJI S A'VVIS VUVl, Hll'l U.lll'II' n.
ii.Trn r. STinrTT k .v i
J. P. KKATZER'S.
Nov. 26, 1SC2. y
Second Street, , iW'
- a Tl
(Lato of tho "Surf Uoase,
Bept. 2.1, 1863-1 y.
OARf ETINO-Ingrain, Cttw