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CLEARFIELD CO. Dl HECTOR Y
TIMS OF HOLDING COURT.
Id Monday In January, 8d Monday In June,
td Monday In March, 1th Monday in Sept.
of each year, and continuo two week if necessary
COCNTZ AND DISTRICT OFFICERS. .
Frcs't Judge on . Samuel Linn, Bellefonto.
As'te Jndges Hon. J. D. ThouipsonjCurwensvillo
lion. James Bloom,
fbeiiff, fcdward Perks,
Pratlionotary, I). F. Etsweilcr,
Reg. A Rec. Isaiah U, Burger,
District At.')', Israel Tost,
Treasurer, C. Kralier,
Co. Purveyor, II. B. Wright,
AuJtt-oo Charles Worroll,
F. F. Couture t,
Coroner, J. W. rtter, "
Cennty Sup't. "C. IS. Eandford, ClearGeM.
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
Towuhfyf, 7'o'l OlHcct, I'ottmnitrn,
Beceu-ria, llen Hope, Wia. S. Wright
- I'tahville, Tlio-odoro Weld,
Ilegnrty's X Ro4.,S.am'l. Hcgarty,
CARLISLE & CO;,
DEALERS IX FOREIGX AXD 1
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
G ROC Ell I ES, L UMBER,
PIULIFSHUIU:, Centre county, iVun'a.
JIuvc received raid aro juat opening
ifx) Ivrijcd a.wortment of h lest,
CIIEArilST, AND MOST SEASONABLE
ffret bi-o'jht to ih'i icclioa ofcOHnlry, coimltltny of
imt good ju r.Koci:itirsst
UAKDWAItR and QUEEN SWA RK,
f a l I c P ii r s !
Hood:?, Nubias, Sontags, Balmoral
and Hoop Skirts 1
II ATS & OA TS I HOOTS & SHOES I
Ready Mado Clothing, of Latest Styles
SCHOOL-HOOKS & STATIONERY
Still on a Hush !
GREATEST RATTLE ON RECORD I j
15,000 Killed and Wounded, and
30,000 tnkon Prisoners !
WITH CAMP EQUI TAG U--A N D !
70,000 Contrabands freed from tho
BONDS OF SLAVERY ! !
INVERT man that has read any thing of the
j past history of this WAlt must finally eome
UllbA L.AUll-.-- UNULtM IUir JAUCS T. Lbosubs.
WM, A. WA1.LACK.
B0VM0X, SHOWERS L GRAHAM, j
- And Very Cheap 1 1
BOYNTON, SHOWERS A GRAHAM sue
cossors to Boynton A Shnwors respectfully
announce to tho publio that tucy are now open
ing an extensivo assortment of
i, .i i.i i . 'iitroot. in Shaw's Row whero you will Dud him
n fc IUU UIU sj I II II U III till u 111 C II U f UUMUIlif " i , 1 p l 11 1a (
offer to sell at nstonishinely low pricu-, 'jusi u oir. u u. ......." m .
VAxn innu uo wuuiu mi w
All kinds of work on hands and made to order
on short notiec, and as woll'iundo, and as good fits
as can bo "tkcerod" up hero or elsewhere.
i4..1on t forgot the shop on Market street,
in Shaw's Row, directly oppoaito Re. II, 11.
Swoope's oflice. F. SHORT.
Cloarfiold, June 11, 1882.
TfIlE undcrHigncd, having romovtd his storo
to tho now building oiomio tho Union
lluuao, on Vine street, tileii Hope, t'ltarliuld co.
I a., is now uQoring to tho pullio
to the conclusion that tho Confedoruto Govern
ment would be broken duwn. It was onlv a ques
tion of time But now we havo tho obovo tilori-
oui soul-stirring nows to cheer us up ; and the
only draw-back to our Joy and glorification is tho
imminent danger of tho Contrabands coming
North to "eat out our substance." and to wear out
urhhocs 1 Rut of ono thine thopeoplo of Clear
... . 1 I 1 U..4
lolil county may do utfurtu, imu unit in, uiui j
FRANK SHOUT tor suort cailou anort-ec is
selling Itnots A fclioea as ohcup as any other 1
man in tho county i and If you don't bolieve it, TUBLIC
just civo hiin a cull on court-week, ornt any other
time, and soe fur yourselves. Ho would just re
mind the-publio that his shop Is now on Market
THE LARGEST AND BEST
SELECTED STOCK OE
GOODS EVER .
TO THE j
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT'
igiHikinj ant CoHtcti
FINNEY 4 r
CLEAR Fl R j ifCi
turn - uwns mum ana r rfiCfoh ., J
I on hand C0,1!,atit
TESIRES to Inform his old Zr
XJ tcmers that, having ,nlael Zi
ineroasod his facilities fur tnanufici
now proparou 10 mane to ordm fumir' i
bo desired, la good stylo and at C.
Cash. Ho mostly ha. on
turo Rooms," a variod assortment 0f 7 M
turnituro, among which arj v-il
liurcaus and Side-
Rower, W. llvCrackcn,
Chest. Tu.A. wutico.
Cush, I. W. CaiupTjcll,
Ostcnd, 11. L. Henderson,
Forrest, Janice llluoui,
Cloai field Bridge, James Forrest,
Woodlnnd, William Albert.
Lulhorsburg, (I. 'U. Uooro,
rroutville, Cliac. Pluppy,
Jefferson Line, John HctK-rlio,
Now Washington, Ja. iaHaher,
Tatchinviilo, 2&!k Fafcliin,
East Ridge, Jacui toioo,
Eurd, O. Teoor, jr.
McUorvey, Wm. McUarvey,
Westover, 1. A. r lU-hcr,
Clcarflold, JI. A. Frank,
- ... i. nr c rr Tl I rrir lTh t no
a,t .. .Nhnarrs l'l L'jsr?. lUUAtUtJ .lU OIjUjVUO
t U' s.in..,;nl I
DrugH, Oil?, Paint?, Putty & Glass!
Rice-Flour Farina and Corn-Starch!
COAL-OIL I, A MI'S (K)D AM) UIL
Trunks tj Carpel-Bags !
they offer to sell at astonishingly
(oonsidoring their cost !) for each or ni'prov
ed couutry produce. Their stook of
CANNOT BE SURTASSED I
Customers can there find
CALICOES WITH FAST COLORS I
MUSLINS l DELAINES! LAWNS I
CLOTHS I CASSLMERSt VESTINOS
LADI ES' SIIAWL5 1 GENTS'SUAWLS !
HATS & CATS I BOOTS & SHOW !
CAUTETS k OIL-CLOTHS I
OUR STOCK OF
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STYLE
AND VARIETY, embracing
NOTIONS I NOTIONS! NOTIONS!
Scarfs ! I cad-Nuts ! Neck-Ties !
Satchclrt I Tort Monnaies ! Brushes !
Photographic Albums !
HUES, TOBACCO k S EG ARS !
l'EUFUMERY OF ALL KINDS I
Or anything else in tho Notion Lino !
WM. M. BLOOM, of Tike township, do.
siros to inform bis friends and the publio
generally that bo bas taken out a Liconso as an
AUCTIONEER, and will attend to the crying
of solos in any part of the county at tho shortest
notice, and at tho most reasonable charges. Ad
dress, either personally or by letter, either at
Curweniville or Itloouivillo. April 6, '64. tf.
T. W. Fleming, I
rliilipaburg, Cen'.M county,
West Decatur, H. Radubach ,
-Osceola Mills, T.'F. Konlich,
Ferguson, Marron, Kd. Vi'iltiams,
Cox, Little Toby, Jos. Mlollnn,
irarrl, Leeonto's Mills C. Mir""t,
- Raid Hills, Willita farr,
-Goshctt, tihnwsvUl-3, V. V. rhaw,
Graham, Grahamlon, T. ilLForceo,
duelieh, Smith's Mill, A. U.Fok,
" Madeira, -Chas.J. l'us-jy,
Huston, Tylor, Dovid Tyler,
IVntrfk-M, II. Toodwurd,
Jordan, Ansonvilld, iOliJcO'in??,
Kanbaua, ?alt Lick, 1. llA-kadorn,
Knox, New Millport M. tt.tirk,
Morris, Kylertown, Jus. Ihnmpiot,
M Morrisdalo, J. C LSrenner,
rerra, Louiber City .8 41. W. Spencer,
' Orawpiondliklf, A.-C. Moore,
PHie, Curwousvillc, T. it, Fleming.
" Cloomingvilitf, lionj. F. Dalo,
Union, Iteoktan, U.K. Iubakcr,
Woodward, JctfrijR, Jawee Lockett,
This PostOfli-e w-iH 6o forCheetowan).
g Will ernrwer for Fergucon townsbyi.
i- t 1 j
Fish, Salt, and Nails!
sill LilMaail GSEaS
Fi.pun, Ff.ed and Provisions 1
And all articles usually kept hi a Er.-t cla-:s
country etore nil of which T.111 bo sold
Cheap for Cash
or Approved produce, Lumber or 6hlnglei
Philipsburg, Nov. 13, 1303 f.
IT. W. SMITU k OJ.
nimCII ANTS, and cUiaUeis in Dry
Qoods, Groceries, Hardware, Uuccuiiwsre, and
everything usually keyt by tiio tradj. Store o.i
SECOND Street, below Judgo Loousrd's, oppo
tBtoitie 1'reibytoriiui Church, -Oloadield
Bee. , 1S1.
JOSEPH R. M'MUItUAY j
SiQ LS3 132 CS3 llJ
A XJ) T EA L E 11 IX h UM 11 K K
New Wafihingtoa,,CIai-fieId County, I'a j
July 1st IfiGJ.-tf 1
L U T II E R S C I' R li ,
CXEJKJ'JELD COUNT V, PA.
WILLIAM SCJJWEM, Proprietor.
May 13, 1SC3. ly.
CS RENTES HOWR.
Justice of o-h-k i'tAcu.
For DitcATirt Townehlp,
will protrrptly attend be all business entrusted tv
bis care. P. O. AduVB, Philipsburg Pa.
Aug. 2Ut 1661
TUJ UNITED STATES HOTEL
CO EIILT A II UTCII ISON, rrojrklor.
riHIS B-cl, eo well known to (be traveling
JL puWio -of ClearQcld county, Is now in n con
Uri -to aff-ird tho niosL excellent uccotoinodiition
rithcr for the transient guost or the permanent
The "United States" bas now all the conven
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL,
nd tho Proprietors are doteraiiuod to spare neith
er expense, time nor labor to easure tho comfort
of tho Rucsts. Tho patronage f tho traveling
pWio is rospoctfully solicited. Jly 1, '6.1, y.
Its. JicMurj ay. Matt. Irvln.
Pry (Joods, Groceries Lumber, lo.,
er rOUMW of WOOL wanted-
OXJAJKJkJ Cor which tho hlghost market
prico will be paid by.
CleaffloM, May IS, IMS
AU of the best quality, and selected with fpcclul
regard to tho trade of Clearfield county.
A I F. 1SUYNTUN,
ClcarHeld, July 27, 1861.
HEAD ! READ !
C. W. & H. W. SMITH
HAVE JUST llECEIYEP
From the East,
AFRESH SUITLY OF SEASONABLE-
Comprising a general assortment of
TRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His stock has been selected with particular
regard to tho wants of tho people, and cubracoi
HATS AND CATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
READY-MADE CLOTH I NO,
OILS AND PAINTS,
FLOURt AND BACON,
GLASS AND NAILS,
Prints, Delaines, Mozambique, Alpaca.", Silk",
I'rocado Mohair, Cballics, Lawns, Linens, Pop
lins, Lnvollas, (linghams, Cheeks, Plaids, Drill
ing, Ticking, Shawls, Plain A Fancy Cnssimeros,
Cotton ados, Brown muslins, Rleacbed muslins
al Ic-s than city wholesale prices, Tablo Cov
ers, Whito UoodJ, Balmoral Skirts, I A J j Linen
i biuiuuvb uuu uuon-vases; Uentrft Qa,
Breakfast and Dining Eiteniio',
Common, French-Post, eottan. j
Lind and other BediS
SOFAS cf all, KINDS, WuittSL
Rocking and ArmCbiri
Spring-Seat, Cane-Bottom and fu. I
and Common and ntlio.iv 'Wl-
Of every description on hand: Min,, '
for old frames, which willXe pat
rT reasonable terms on ili.. i
Ho alsekeeps on hant'.orfnmmi,,'?
der, Hair, Corn-Husk, Ilait atl
Cotton top MaUrenei.
COFFINS, Of every kinl.
Mttdo to order, and fuuertli attend si
Hoarso, Thenover detired.
Also, Houso I'alntlii.doMin-i.
Tho subscriber aUo uaaafteticn,
cnnLantlv en hnml.
Clement's Patent Washing
The best now in use. Thois uiinniki.!;
rnover noed be without clean clotbea ' i
j Flyer's Patent Churn,
A BUjiunur nri Lie. a lamiiy njlng n.
never nood bo without butter!
All the above and many other rtw-!
nii-hed to customors cheap for Cam oriti
for approved country prodaco. CbtnjT
Poplar, Linwood and otbor Lumber nitU
Cabsnot work, taken in exchange forfait
jr-irRomou)ber tho shop is on JliiktiiJ
Clearfield, Pa., and noarly opposite tkiM
Stora." J0US ecus
vov. zo, isoj. y
MOUxNT VERNON H0&)
Second Street, above iri !
A. I'. 1U.AIU, Pronrlttir, ;
(Lato or ins "Kurt House," U
ieJi. jguc-i jf.
BOOKS FOR THE TIMES
J. Walt & Co.
No, II), City Mall Siiuarc,
liio.irtniluhil Memoir of Clement L.
YaUund'hjham. lhj his Urothcr.
A nently printed pamphlet of 6-1 octavo pages,
published July 2Utli, IS6 1. Price 25 cents.
This is a woik of great v.iluo and interest, en
tirely authentic ami roliabb, an 1 should bo cir
culated by bundrods of thousands.
Sjieecfies for the Times. By James II'.
Wall, with a sketch, of his Personal
and Political History.
A pamphlet, sir.o and stylo samo as above.
Published to-day. Price 2i cents.
Tbo Administration sont Mr. Wall to Fort La
f.iyotto; the Stato of New Jersey to tbo fenato
of tho United States. This work shows why he
is persecuted by the oncmics and honored by Ibo
frionds of liberty and law. Tho speeches are ro
pleto with tho pewor and enorgy of political
truth, Let thorn go everywhere ; for In this
hour of greatest dangor and trial the hemts of
the ponple aro turning to the men who have been
right from the first and at all times.
These and all other works pulillsliod by us aro
designed to counteract tho tendencies to political
insnuity now so dangerously prevalent.
A t.-ousaad agents wnntol immediately to sell
our publications prods liberal. Bond for a
Country doalors can be supplied throagh tho
channols by which tbey receive their New York
papers, and at our lowest wholosalo prtco j tho
News Companios' commissions being paid by us.
Every editor, dirposod to aid tho cnuso, is In
vited lo insert and notice this advertisement, and
bis order, not over tiro ilnUurn, will bo accepted
and creditod on any purchase amounting to ten
uoiiars or more.
Copies of the nninphlets for nollco aro at tbo
service of the cntiro editorial fraternity,
flew Horn, Aug, 24. J. W. A CO.
ronacrtt-T at rna bkllefo.ntb vousunr cnAson
l'LACB Of SI'S1XE9S.
nAVINll leased tho Foundry and Mnchino
Shops at Milesburg, known as " UHEEN'S
l-'jL'NDRy," aro prepared to manufurturo and
ropnir Steam Engines, sweep and trend power
Threshing Machines, New Itorld and Hathaway
Cook Stoves, Wagon Spindles, Plows, and Cast
incs of all kinds at short notice They alsohave
both at Rellcfonto and Milesburg, a variety of
Cook and Tarlor Stoves, for soft cool, of Titts
burg manufucturo. Call and sco for yourselves.
the York and
Hoslory, filoves, Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons,
Collars, Nets, Veils, Embroidering Druids, Hand
korchiefs, Ladies' Elastic Pages, Whalebones,
Iiindlngs, Childrcns', Misses' and Ladies' lloon
Skirts, Quaker Corset Skirts, Zephyrs, Neck -ties,
Lua;-.'3 but ana fcilvercd Jlolu, Leather lie lta
J. C. HAl'PT Is agont for
Columbia Insurance Companies'
IAliM OP 220
1 SALE. Persons
tlesirini; a bar
gain In tbo purehaso of a FA RM, w ill do well lo
cmbraoo tbo opportunity now offered. Tbo farm
is situated in Morris township, Clearfield county,
about AO acres cleared and improved with good
outbuildings, ami is auvantngoously located, and
can be made highly productive. It will be sold
at a bargain. T-rFor further particulars apply
to the subscriber either in porson or by letter t'j
hylcrtown Post Wffico, uioarQold county,
wjun. 1, 2iuid. FREDERICK NECEL.
0NNETS Fashionablo Bonnots, bats, Nets,
I J Caps, Sbakors, Ribbons, Flowers, Plumes,
Crape, Ronuet Silks and Millinory Uoods gener
ally, cucapcr taan tuo cheapest at
J. P. KRAZER'S.
DR. A. M. HILLS
DESIRK3 to In
form his pat-
ins that profession-
1 business confines
Mm to his oflice nil
-rr y j VWjJi tbo time, and ho will
V-iJSW f. j
thercforo be nnablc
.n ..t.A l...r.
isits to any ot Ms
accustomed p I a o s
this i amine r : but
may bo found at his oCueo on the soalhwest cor
ner of Front and Main stroets at all times, except
when notico appears in tbo town papers to the
contrary. juy g, '03.tr.
THOMAS J. MtULLOUGII,
Attorney at Law.
Office adiolnlnir the Rank, formorly occupied by
J R. Mctnally, Esq., Market street, Cloarfiold,
Pa Will attend promptly to Collections, Sale
of Lends, Ao. Doe. 17, '62.
(ALT arid Plartor In large quantities for sfilo
SO very cheap ay
J. P. KRATZBK.
lARPETINO Incraln, Cotton, hemp, Stair,
J Floor OU-eloths, Rrocatcllo, Door mats, Ao.
QHAV7LS Brocbe, Ptolla, Bilk, Bay State,
KJ vasumere, Thibet all qualitios at
5. P. KKATZKira
T TAT3 andCap!', (kfrd' Spring Fto at
NOTICE !i CAUTION
TTAVINQ aiado application to the Assistant
TIIU PARTM.ItMlll' heretofore existing
bolwoen Stacy W. Thompson and James K
Watson Is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The businf ss wil bo conducted by Jus. E. Watson
woo win settle mo business or the firm.
STACY W. THOMPSON,
Marysvllle.Jun. 29 JAMES E. WATSON.
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
S1I. LAI'CHI.IN, having purchased the
interest of bis Into partnvr, is now going it
on nis own noon in me mop formerly ,occupieii
by them on Second streot. when ho is'nrcnared
Assessor of the lVth Collodion District of i to B0,.l' UP ',is reputation as a complete workuiau
Pennsylvania, and a Liconso as Auctioneer hnv
ing been grnntod to mo by tho propor authority,
i wouiu miorm mo citizens ot llonrilolU county
ll... T --I,' .. ..
by doing all work entrusted to hiin on short no
tice, in tbo best manner, and on tbe most reas
onable terms. Defying the eountv. all ho nk
that I will attend to "calling salos" whenever l fair trinl, and a continuation of the patrons
desired in any Tart of tho countv. ChnrD-on ' (?0 berotoforo extended. Look out for the ticn of
modorato. Address JOHN L. REAMS. T HE BIO WATCH.
100. m, IS63-tf. rlenrflolil. l' N. 11 ThB Csh will tA nnu;i;vnt ,niwle,l
wnen mo worx is uenverea. e. 11. u.
Cloarfiold, April 7, 1861. y
i . o. Any person " ealling " sales wilhont a
licenw is sul.joot to a penalty of 100, which will
bo enforced in accordance with tho law, against
all persons violating tho statute
TTTS. .i,t.oAr!l.Af t ... . . . ..
. - .AiKj .u ,uur lu accommodate the
JL citisens of Curwensville, and the publie
genornlly, has just received a lot of
COOK, AND PAULOIl STOVES,
for wood or coal, which he will dispose of very
choap for cash or produce.
JOHN D. THOMPSON.
Nov. i, lSG3-.tr.
QTOVE ril'U For sale al the cheap store ILOTHIMO Full
KJ i Jun v. l UouipeOu, in wrwensvlllo, V U j runtlaud croralls. dusturs. Uo' Uo
WOODKNMVARE & HOUSEHOLD
Codar Buckets, Tubed; Churns, S'ops, Measures,
Brushes, Uu.-kets in creat variety, Howls Door-
Mats, Window Blind, Cords A Tassols, Patent
window wind fixtures, Uil Cloths.
Boots, Shoes, &e.
Mens' Kip Boots, Kip A Calf Shoes, Childrcns'
.iiicsvv nuu uiuici iuurucco JDOOIS, MIOOS, al.
morals and (Jailers.
OF EVERT SIZE AND TATTERX !
Together with all other articles necessary to
complcto tho assortment of u, first class eountry
JTO-All kindd of LUMBER and Country Tro
dneo taken in exchango for goods, at tbo high
est market price
As bo- is receiving new supplies of goods
weekly from Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia
and Pittsburc. tho tiublio can sco at once that he
will always Uo prepared
in tho market.
Glen nope, Deo. 23, 1863.
to supply any article
a M af
Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Sec.
8ug, Teas, Codec, Molasses, Split Peas, Tobao
co, Spices, Salt, Fish, 4c.,
Full Tea Setts, Cup3 A Saucers, GHoss TX-hes
Tumblers, Plates, Castor, (Jlnss Preserve Jars,
Rcytbcs, Pnnthes, Seytlio Stones. Rakes. Shovels.
Spades, Hay Forks, Table Knives, Forks, Spuoas,
Plated Tea Spoons, Hatchets, Nut Craiikors.
Tnnlr. 11. .I P..!.,.. V.. : I- '
Cap, Lettor A Note Paper, Buff A Treble Thick
wbito Envolopes, Pass Books, Meraorundum
Rooks, Pens A Pencils.
Fancy Toilet Soaps, Fishing Lines A nonks.Traut
Rods, Trunks, Carpet Sacks, Ladies' Travelling
Satchels, Pockot Rooks, hat A hair llrusbos,
Cloth Drashos. All of which will be sold
Cheap for Cash !
Approved country produce taken In exchange
for goods, at market rates. may 11 4m.
Lumber Dried by Superheated Steam.
riMIh ur-dcrtiirnod rospcetfiilly informs tho poo
Li r'J of Clearfield and tho adjoining countioi
I'OR SALE BY C. D. WiTSOJ,
FAMILY I)YEC0I.01U, '
'i , n A
S'ii ujf ISrwn,
Fr dyeloif 5ilk, Woolen MJS'dtl L
Ehawls, Scarfs, Drosses, Ribbi
Runnels, Sats, Featherj. K
Cbildrca"i Clothin;, s- i
of Wearing parol, f.,a
STA SAY'.U OF N)PEKtL:i
For 2-1 ecr'.a y0u ean color ti buji
wov.'.J c.i'nfrwiso cost Cvo times iliy
Various s nades can be produced from a
Dye. The process is simple, imujk
us' tho Dyo with perfect succea.
Directions in Engli.-h, Trei-isl.-lnsido
of each package.
For further inforwutkin ia Dyelsf, A
a ps rfoct knowledgo of what colors J
nptod to dyo ovsj otben, H
recipes), iimhaso Howe 4 filcKM1 Ml
Dyeing and Coloring. Sent by ii-um?
of price 10 cents. Manaftur J
2G0, BrolJ, Bi
For sale by Druggists and Me"
September 23d. 1301.
The Kcason why
Everybody purehaso their CLOTHING of
REIZENSTEIN BROS. & CO.
Because they sell so vory cheap for Cash j
BccaudO they keep the best goods;
Have just opensd a large J fl
At their old stand-flear&tlt
THEY havo tho beititMK
that has ever bees br! w"
which they will sell at tln
etc, among which will wiisyi-- ,
To which tbey invite thTf'
..i.i: ... I...:.,- ksir
Because their Clo ttiia Is well ruado A fa.klmablo Spooni and Butter knives of tie
A'lot of IMstoIs of tho fcM'rj
Because thoy keep tho largest assortment;
BcCnuso they get New Goods cvory weok ;
Becauso they give evory ono the worth of his mon'y cartridges
Because tbey tuke the advantage of nobody;
Becauso they treat thoir customers well ;
Because everybody likes to deal with them;
Bocause they sell cheaper than the rest;
Because thou- Clolhing are well sewed A fit well
Because they can sait everybody ;
m i ...nnnf.
tiro-arms. Also a "T uj
all of which ""' -
blc prices. ,..st)r'
They continuo to manni-'--,
Tin-waw?, Krass KctttVg
Pipe, etc., which cannot besorp!
tion of tho Slato. ,. k-4lr'
ti. Un hiir on hand rlti'".; ,
among which are Steel Centre l'
Because thoir Storo Is lo conveniently situated , ' 1't1c0,nCtas;""S'' ' A
Becauso nobody leavos lh(t storo dissatisfied; P (3oOk StOVCS Porltif
Becauso all who deal with them are sure to call
again, and send their noighbors ;
ww,v wt; uii.w ffuivuasvu inuir OIUCK n BUCU
roducod prices that they can afford to
These aro a few of tho roosoni whv thev soli Glass, cutty, Xa:
cheap. i variety ! in fact
ot-All kinds of Country Troduco taken at the publio can bo fo
tuo nignost murk prices.
ClenrCeld, Nov 11, 1883, 3m.
Stoves a genoral assortnisot, i
terns, for sale at rcasoose r-
' . svl t (
TIIOS. U. rORCEV.
1'aints, uus odu aiinv- - .
nlnt every M
... i . ...:. .k.t cannot Deefc
Now is the tunc to PJ-
Tf rnu desiro any thing in '''"
I Uivo them a call and
. . .. .. ah ur.
1 iot fool assured ":-' . uii
Remember, their osUWisW - 4
Street, Cleartioiu, i -
Disossos of the Nervous, Eciniwul, Urinary and
Sexual Systems new and reliable treatment
in reports of tbe Howard Association, sent by
mail in scaled lottor envelope, free of charge,
A. 1.1. a.. ft. 1 DI.MI T I'W ItAtrntl'Pnkl II..
p w. w. fnii.L,r..i uoi'wil ivw, "iu lijuvciu usiiiK me samo amount or mol Tnnv n Trmr ncnir
. ., . ., ..... , -. -y ..... .r.....,.v,u,ilw ino cer. Curwonsvl 1. S.nL lit. I Una
LEVER FLEdAL, Justice of the Peace, Lu
thorsburg, Clearfield county Pa., will attend
promptly to all business cntrvsted to hii eare.
Lutheraburg, April 4, 1861.
i, ULAKB Vf ALTERS.
PAUCKY At VAT.Trr?
ERCHANTS, and General Dealers In turn- to '0,7 f.tlTbrs.i,
bor, such as SQUARE-TIMBER, SHIN. 1 ?f vl ' ' Z token in M
i, BOARDS. Ae.. and nl.n i l 1AIM nf eng " b? takcn, JonKLb WA
, , .avlu unit BIIIUIIIIMK UUUI1IIVO t ... , - , , ' , T , . . -. nr. i ,11 U " --- .
thai he ha. h. . t n. ,' !.,.. ' H kinds for all of wh e I tbo h ho r,rir. will ' wuy tv - - riT
will sell Individual, County and Township rights' b PlJ-' Urahatuton, Cloarfiold county. T OrSEIIOLDOOODS-rf
forits uso. The Lumber dried by this process isl Kv- 25, 18fiJ.y Jl (llssswarc, Woodenwa ra,
stronger, Cninhcs better, I easier on tools, and'-w-v-r A vrrrn 1 7I r Cloeks, Nails, Olass. 0h
requires less time In drying than any other pro- V A liLI A ianC 101 OI rapcr, at all pnces .
' ' iu H. J ...H tin. u 1 tl 111 II. I 111 r I III' 1 1 w - - m . i xii-irii .. . Mn . , w -
In SR ...I .1 , . I " - ' ' ' 5uiiu IVI
ti.. i i V .l. ' -u-u-r i vjwuio ai ino unoop rtore o
the old system using the same amount of fuol JOHV
tiflcatcs of a number of resident mochunies, woll
known in Ibis community. Is amnl- .nT,oi.- ,
convlree the most skeptical of its practical utility.
Persons doiirous of purchasing rightswllladdresi
rfuum L. CUTTLE,
. 7 -J
i vtt pqhi irrmt Wi"..r
i. ' -
July 1, 1863.
M. M CI;LL()U(.II, ATTORnar at
Law. Cloarflc d. Pa, Office on Markot fT A,- .a.i i tbs store
ciroci one aoor east or the "Uoartiold County
Bank." may 4, 18l-tf.
ceuts por pesup
. Tbompeoir, In Curwensville, itf 1
1. Km: V, m
suits to match, of coats,
. dllslxn. Ilotb' Uo-
T. -9 K&ATiuiJlV. I
J roatvinuMil terms,
1"R OV ISIONS-Flour, Cb j
'appIoi, Dried reacbM, fJ
from tie west at the eofH
1 tires to employ Jk tHj
niakers immediately, te w1 ' J
linnT.ii .,i sin-.. u.ii.i. r
. . w .iw . 1. Wl-Cl 1. Will IIUl. HPI'IVIUVUI v. mm
bought and told npon J 9 Ladios. Oentlomcn's, Misses', Boys' and" j,, tho piece. Apply ,
lvr,inL WALTER BARRETT. .T. I K If AT7RTJW