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CLEARFIELD CO. DIRECTOR Y
TIME OF HOLDING COURT,
td Monday In January, I Sd Monday in June,
Id Monday in March, -Jth Monday in Sept
of each year, acd coulisse two weoks if necessary
COUNTY AND DISTRICT OFFICERS.
Pres't Judge on . Samuel Linn, Bellefonto.
As'to Judges Hon. J. D.Thompson,Curwensvi!le
Jlon. James i.looui, xorretr,
Reg. A Ree.
1). F. Etsweilor,
Isaiah O. Eargcr,
II. B. Wright,
Auditor, Charles Worrell,
F. F. Coutcret,
Coroner, J. W. I'otter,
Ceunty Sup't. C. B. Sandford,
LIST OF rOST OFFICES.
J'ntt Ojlice; 'ormrr,
Glen Hope, Win. S. Wright
Utahville, Theodore Weld,
Hcgarty 's X Roads.Snm'l. Hognrty,
Bower, W. McCracken.
Chest, Th.A. M'Ghee.
Cush, J. W. Campbell,
Forrest, James Bloom,
Clearfield Bridgo, James Furrost,
Woodland, William Albert.
Liithcrsburg, R. 11. Moore,
Troutville, Cbas. Sloppy,
" Jefferson Line, John Heberlin,
Bnrntide, New Washiugton, Jan. Gallaher,
W. C. Irvin,
" Ka(t RiJge,
d. Toicr, jr.
8. A. Farhcr,
M. A, Frank,
1. A. Gauliu,
T. W. Fleming,
S. Rndvbach ,
T. F. Roalich,
" eat Decatur,
" Osceola Mill,
Vox, Littlo Toby,
GirarJ, Lceonte's Millr,
" Raid Hills,
Gue.iih, Smith's Milld,
Kanhaus, Salt Lick,
Knoi, Kew Millport,
rem, Lumber City.?
" Urampian Hills,
A. R. Shaw,
A. O. Fox,
Cuns. J. l'uey,
J. C. Brenner,
II. V. t?pcnccr,
A. C. Moore,
T. II, Fleming.
Bcnj. F. Bale,
D. F,. Brubakcr,
This l'ost Office will do for Chest township
Will answer for Ferguson township.
it. w. siirru & co.
MERCHANTS, and dealers In Dry
Goods, (irocerio, Hardware, Qucensware, and
everything usually kcyt by the trado. Store on
bliCOND Street, below Judge Leenard's, oppo
site the Presbyterian Church, Cloariiold l'a.
josEni n. lsriMuiiKAY
AND DEALER IN L UM BE R
New Washington, Clearfield County, Ta
July 1st 1863.-tf
L l T II E R 8 D t R G ,
CLEAKF1ELD COUNTV, PA.
WILLIAM SCIIWEM, Proprietor.
Mnv 19, 1SG.I. ly.
JUSTICE OF TUB I'eace.
For Dkcatur Township,
will promptly attond to all business entrusted to
I ! . 1, r. ,11 . i,
uu varc. t. i. Auuruca, I uuilifluurg X sw
Aug. 21st 1861
TTJV TT-VTTl.'n tTATPC 1 rM'IM.'T
" jxijs tjjxixj.j iiui
CO ERLY i U UTCUISON, Proprietors.
rpilIS Hotel, so well known lo the traroling
publio or tlearfleld county, is now in a cor.-!
dition to afford the most excellent accommodation I
either for the transient guest or the permanent
The "United States" has now all the conven
iences of '
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL,
and the Proprietors are determined to spare neith
er expense, time nor labor to ensure the comfort
of the guests. The patronage of the traveling
publio is respectfully solicited. jly 1, '63, y.
Jae. McMurray. Matt. Irvin.
Dry Goods, Groceries Lumber, 4c,
xn. i., 130..
ool Y oo .
r,H finn PW?IHof WOOL wanted
UUiVuu lor wmcntbe highest markot
price will be paid by.
Clearfield, May 13, 186 S
THOMAS J. M CLI.LOLGII,
Attorney at Law.
Office adjoining the Bank, formerly occupied by
J C. McKnally, Esq., Market street, Clearfield,
. r Will attend promptly to Collections, Sale
of Lands. Ac. Dee. 17, '62.
pOLSTY 1IOXIW bought and sold upon
J reasonable terms. Apply to
aug 17, 1S6I. WALTER BARRETT.
MANTLES In great variety at
CLOTUIMQ Full suits to (natch, of coats,
papts and vests, overalls, duster, Boys' Clo
tting at J. .P KRATZER'S.
ATS ml Caps, Oskford's Spring Styles at
17. h.lt AKbrV 8.
CARLISLE & GO
DEALERS IX FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
G R O CER I ES, L UM HER,
SHINGLES, iC C.,if C.
I'llII.IPSltURC;, Centre county, Pcuu'a.
Have received and aro just opening
the largest assortment of he lest,
CHEAPEST, AND MOST SEASONABLE
Eier brought to thii section of country, rontiktiiirj o
dry coons & cnncF.iurs,
IIAl.DWAKE and QUEENSWAlil
Hoods', Nubias, Sontags, Balmoral
and I loop Skirts !
HATS & CAPS ! BOOTS & SHOES !
Ready Made Clothing, of Latest Styles
SCIIOOL-1100KS& STATION EE Y !,
Drugs, Oil, Taints, Putty & Glass!
Hive-Flour Farina and
I. AMI'S HtOI) AM) Vk II.-
Trunhs tj Carpel-Bags
S, TOE A CCO
AND SEC; A US
Fish, Salt, and Nails
Flour, Feed and Provisions !
And all articles usually kept in a fii.t-cli
country storo uu oi wuuu win uo ima
Cheap for Cash
or approved produce, Lumber or shingles.
Philipsburg, Nov. 13, 1803-tf.
BOOKS FOR THE TIMES
tT. "Walter & Co.
No. City Hall Seiuare,
Blo'jradtU(d Memnir of Clemert L.
Vallandiijham. Ey his Brother.
A neatly printed pamphlet of 61 octavo pages,
published July 2th, 1S64. Price 25 cents.
This is a work of grcnt vnluo and interest, en
tirely nutlioutic and reliablj, and shtiuld bo cir
culated by hundrods of thousands.
Speeches for the Tlmts. By James IP.
jr'7, icitha sketch of his Personal
and Political History.
A pnmnhlct, size and style sauo as above.
Published to-day. Frico 25 ecntn.
Tho Administration sont Mr. Wall to Fort La-
of the United States. This work shows why he
' persecuted by the enemies and honored by the
Mends of liberty and law. Tho speeches ore re-
i rtli.tM IT i th ihtk lirwnp ati.l AnArirv ..T M..Kli.nl
r.v. ...... ..v rvnv. v.j u,nkii,
truth. Lot them go every where ; for in this
J hour of greatest dauger end trial the hearts of
tho people are tuminu to the men who have been
, ... ... .-, ,,
right from the first and at all times.
These and all other works rublinhoJ bv ns ar
designed to counteract tho tendencies to political
insiuity now so dnnzcrously prevalent.
A t iousand agents wanted immediately to sell
our publications; profits liberal. Send for a
Country dealers can be supplied throuirh the
t cimoueis uy wuica mey receive tneir iNew York
i papers, and at our lowest wholesale price ; tho
I News Companies' commissions being paid by us.
j Every editor, disposed to aid Ibo cause,, is iu
I vited to Insert and notice this advertisement, nnd
his order, not over Iko ilnllinn. will bo accented
and credited on any purchase amounting to ten
i dollars'or more.
j Copioi of the f ampblets for notice are at the
service of the entire editorial fraternity.
Now York, Aug. 21. J. V. A CO.
I NOTICE & CAUTION.
HAVIXO nade application to the Assistant
Assessor of the 19th Collodion District of
I Pennsylvania, and a License as Auctioneer fcnv.
: ing been granted to me by the proper authority. !
I would inform the citiiens of Clearfleid oounty ;
i ii j . laHcnd to """ing soles" whenever
.desired in any part of the countv. flur,
moderate. Address JOHN L. REAMS.
Dec. 16, 1863-tf. Clearfield, Pa. 1
P. 8. Any person "calling" sales without a
license is subjoct to a penalty of $00, which will
be enforced in accordance with tho law, against
all persons violating the statute. I
rilHE subscriber In order to accommodate tho'
cit sens of Curwensville, and the publie
generall y, has lust received a lot of
UUUA, AAU l'AKLOll STOVES
for wood or ceal, which he will dispose of vo'ry
cheap for cash or produce, 1
JOHN D. TnOMPsnv
Nov. 4, ISM-tf.
STOVR PIPE. For sale at the cheap store
of John D. Thompson, la Curworsrille, at-1
Nov. II, 1833
GREATEST RATTLE ON RECORD J
15,000 Killed and Wounded, and
30,000 taken Prisoners !
WITH CAMr EQUIPAGE AND
70.000 Contrabands freed from the
BONDS OF SLAVERY ! !
I7VERY man that hue read any thing of i
li past history of this WAR must finally oo
to tho conclusion that the Confederate Govern
ment would bo broken down. It was only a ques
tion of time. Rut now we have the above Olori
out soul-stirring news to cheer us up ; and the
only draw-back to our joy and glorification is tho
imminent danger of the Contrabands coining
North to "eat out our substanoe," and to wear out
eunslioca! Rut of ono tiling tho people of Clear
1 'Sol.! county may be assured, and that is, that
FRANK SHOUT for abort callod Sliorl te Is
selling Hoots ib fchoes as cheap as any other
man in the county) and If you don't boliovc.il,
just give him a call oo court-week, or at any other
time, nnd soe fur yoursolves. Re would just r
mind the public that his shop Is now on Market
street, in Shaw's Row where you will find him
just ns Short as usual if not a little thorttr of
Casn than he would like to be.
All kinds of work on bands and mndo to order
on short notiec, and as woll'iiiade, and as good Ots
as can le"skcered" up hero or elsewhere.
Nl-9.Dm't forget the shop on Market street,
in Shaw's Row, directly opposite Kev. H. R.
Swoopo's office. F. II0RT.
Clearfield, June 11, 1862.
JAMES T. I.KOSUR.
WM, A. WAIXACB.
jStaliiinj ani) CToNcction (Dfict
LEONARD, FINNEY & Co.
U L K A R V 1 E I, 1),
CLEARFIELD COl-Nfr, PA.
BILLS OK BXCnANUK.NflTF.K AIO PRAFTa niSCOt'NTU
Cvlli-'i'OM maik ami prwU promptly remitted
lArliangc on the Cities constantly
j&r-Ofr.eo on Seeend St, nearly opposite the
Clieap Fin' n it ii re !
DDSIRL'S to iufonu his old friends nud cus
timers that, having enlarged his shop and
increased his facilities lor manufacturing, he if
now prepared to make to order furniture as may
bo doired, in good style und at cheap rates fur
1 Cash. Ho mostly has on hand at bis "Furni-Corn-Stanh
' 1 ,liro "oom'" a varied a.orttuout of Rc.idy-madc
Bureaus and Side-Doards,
Wardrobes and tlook-Cnscs : Centre, Sofa, Parlor
Brcakfu.-t nud Dining Exteusion Tables.
Common, French-Post, cottage, Jenny
Lind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS t.l all. KINIS, WORK-STAND
HAT-RACKS WASH-STANDS, ic.
Uocking and Arm Chairs,
Spring-Seat, Cane-Bottom nnd Parlor Chairs
and Common nnd other Chairs.
LOOKI A' G - G L A SUES
Of every description on band; and new glasses
for old frames luta will be put in on vo
ry reasonable terms on short notice.
He ulo keeps on ham', or furnishes to or
der, Hair, Corn-Hudk, Hair and
Cotton top lIuttresFon.
COFFINS, Of every kind,
Made to order, nnd fuucrals attended with s
Hearse, vhenevcr desired.
Al.uo, House Painting doi;e toorder.
Tho sulscriber also uianufacturcs, and has
1 constuntty en hand,
Clement's Patent Washing Machine,
1IIO uwn lu VfaOBe Udlffg IU1S UlUCllluv
uover need bo without clean clothe ! He also has
Flyer's Patent Churn,
1 A superior art'cle. A family using this Churn
never need be without butter!
All tho above and muny other articles are fur
nished to customers cheap for Cash or exchanged
for approved country produce. Chorry, Maplo,
I Poplar, I.inwood and otbor Lumber ruitnble fur
Cabinet worh, taken in exchango for furniture.
I rCf Remember tho shop is on Market street,
Clearfield, l'a., and n.arly opposite tho "Old Jow
I Store." JOHN GULIC1I.
j Nov. 26, lSC2.-y
Seeond Street, above Arch,
A. I-'. 15 1. A I It, Proprietor.
(Late of tho "Surf llouso," Atlantic City.)
Sept. 23, 1S63-1 y.
op?n3J a largo and sjilondid
At their old stand in Clearfield.
riVIEY have the best assortment ofllardwaro
X that has ever been brought to this counlv.
which tbey will soil at the most reasonable pri
ces, among which will be found a splendid lot of
C U T T L E 11 V,
' STo bich thejr Invite tho fpec.nl nttoution nf tho
I till till f Altilirnninrf Iiasivw k! It-nv.sJ a. I .
c. I Ii...... L:..M1 . r l - i .
I" "I ii.iviiij 'J a.nvi I'miCU 1 UIM,
1 "t"""" ei manuiac-
i lur, . , , , . . , ,
L IhioU of tho best pattern, and other
,tire-nrms. Also a general assortment of pistol
pytridgca all of which will be sold at reasona-
They cotitinue lo manufacture all kinds of
; Tin-ware, Rrass Kettles, Stove
pipe, etc., which cannot be surpassed in tbis sec
tion of the Stato.
They also have on hand Pittsburgh Plow,
among which are Steel Centre Lever Plows. Also,
Plow Castings, and many other Agricultural Im
plements, Cook Stoves, Parlor and Coal
Stoves a general assortment, and of the best pat-'
terns, fr sale at rcsjmiaMo prices. j
'Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps,
Paints, Oils aud Yarniskes,; general assortment
Glass, putty, Nails, Iron audCastings of great
variety ; iu fact almost every thing wanted by
the publio can be found iu their establishment,
and at prices that cannot be boat
Now is the tunc to purchase.
If you desire any thine in their lino of business
Oivo then a call aud examine their stock, and
H'cy fcl assured thut you can bo accommodated,
Rememlxtr. ih.ur n.i1i.i;.in,.i :u nn uh
Street, Clearfield, Pa , where you cau buy goods
to tho very best advantage.
..T-ilrOld silver, copper, brass, pewter and old
cs. tings will be taken in exchange for goods.
May 20, 1863. MERRELL A RItiLER.
Chop! Chop! Chop!
i . '
UusUels superior RYE-CnOP
juft received and for sale at
3 1 per hundred.
riilllpsburg, Aug. 8. 1861. pd.
HOUSEHOLD OOODS Tinware.Queensware,
Glassware, Woodenware, Lookinir Glasses.
Clocks, Nails, Glass. Oils, Paints, Lamrs, Wall
Paper, at all prices at
J. T. IvEATZEIi S.
JR0VISION3-Flour, Cheese, Lard, Dried
. Apploe, Dried reaches, received rcgnlarf
Jta theweK a (the twre of f. P. KEAIZBft.
GREAT EXCITEMENT x GLEN HOPE'
undersigned, having removed his store
the new building opposite the Union
House, on Pine street, (Hon Hope, Clearfield co.
Pa., is now offering to the public
THE LARGEST AND REST
SELECTED STOCK OF
OFFERED TO THE
PUBLIC AT THIS PLACE;
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLI) AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His stock has been seloetcd with particular
regard to the wants of tho.peoplo, and embracer
roots and shoes,
wi l low-ware,
r ea dy-ma de cloth i no,
earth en wake,
oils and taints,
flour and bacon,
class and nails,
OF EVERY SIZE AXD PATTERS :
Together wiih all other articles necessary to
complcLo tho assortment of a first cl.isd country
jTiTAll kinds of LUMBER and Country Pro.
(luce taken in exchange, for goods, at the high
est market price.
As ho is receiving new supplies of goods
weekly from Ilultiuioro, Kcw York, Philadelphia
and Pittsburg, tho publio can see ut o.ico that be
will always bo prepared to supply any article
in the market.
Olon Hope, Dec. 2.1, 1863.
T'lic Hen so n why
Everybody purchaso thoir CLOTHING o
REIZENSTELV EROS. & CO.
Bocanse they sell so very cheap for Cash j '
Because they keep tho best goods;
Becauso their Clothing is well mado A fashionable"
Because they keep tho largest assortment;
Becauso they got New Goods every week ;
Becauso they give evory one tbo worth of his nion'y
Because they take the advantago of nobody;
Bocause they treat their customers well ;
Because everybojy likes to deal with them ;
Because they sell cheaper than the rest j
Because thoir Clothing aro well sewed A fit well
Bocause they can suit everybody ;
Because their Storo is to conveniently situated ;
Because nobody loaves their store dissatisfied;
Because all who deal with them are sure to call
again, and send their neighbors ;
Rccause they have purchased their Stock at such
reduced prices that they can afford to
These aro a few of the reasons why they sell so
jTdr-All kinds of Country Produeo taken at
the highest market prices.
RKI'.KNSTEIN BROS. & CO.
Clearfield, Nov 11, 1863, 3in.
S'lOlrC I.OSK KV7 Practical Sur7eyTr7of
. fers his professional services to the people
of Clearfield county. llavinjr purchased the In
struments, Drafts, Ac., of tho late Thomas Ross,
dec d, ho will be ready to attend to business on
tho shortest notice ; he can bo consulted at his
residence with Robert Ross, one mile from Cur-
wensville,' or ly letter addressed to him at Cur-
wensville. 6. F. MoCLOSKEY.
ap. -ij m-iy.
' FLAX S
A large lot
iter : Z n W
SEED in exchange
uuuua at tne tneap rtnre or
JOHN D. THOMPSON.
Curwensville, Sept 16, 1863.
M. M'CrjLI.OUGII, ATTonnitr at
Law, Clearfi d, Pa. Office on Market:
Street one door east of the "Clearfield County '
Rank." it ay 4, 1864-tf. I
BOOTS and Shoes a complete assortment of
Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses', Boys' and
(.niwren Uoqls enoes ana Uaiters at
S. V. KRAMER'S.
" NEW FIRM.
MARKET Street CLEAJIEIELI) i'A.
KEEP constantly on hand a large
and and well selected stork of
D II UGS and CUE MICA ES
PAINTS OILS AND .VARNISH
PERFUMERY TO i LET ARTICLES.
CLANKS, BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
And n general assortment of YART
AT1E.S nnd Ea.ncy ARTICLES.
We respectfully Invite a call, foolinjr confl.
dont that we can supply the wants of all, oo
terms to their satisfaction.
II ARTS WICK A HUSTON.
Clrarfiold April 27th ISC:!, tf
WAIt, OI! Hi) WAUI
A FRE SH "ARRIVAL OP
AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE.
I am just receiving and opening a carefully
ivloctcd stock of fushionable Spring II Suuimor
of almost every description,
DUVfllPILai & liliX
A beautiful assortment of Prints and Dry
goods, of the newost and latest stylos. Also a
groat variety of useful notions.
DUY-GOODS ASD XOTIOXS.
Hats and Caps,
Ruots nnd Shoes, a large quantity,
Drugs and Medicines,
Oil and Paints,
Carpet A Oil Cloths,
G R O C E R I ES,
Fish, Bacon and Flour,
Mackerel in j i and barrels,
of tho best quality, all of which will be sold at
tho lowest cash or ready pay prices.
My old friends nnd tho public generally, are
respectfully Invited t call.
rflr-S, II. All kinds oidKAl.Vaai approved
COUSTUY ritOUUVEUUn in exchange for
WM. F. IRWIX.
Clearfield, May 4, 1561.
riULADKl.rillA L ERIE RAILROAD.
FTVIIS great lino trrfvorses tho Northorn and
A Northwestern counties of Pennsylvahia to !
ths city of Frio, on Lake Erie. I
It has boen leased by tho Ptnntvlrania Rail-'
road Company, nnd under their tuspices is be
ing rapidly opened throughout its entiro length.
It ii now in uso for Passenger nnd Freight bu
siness from Hurrisburg to St. Maiiy's (2ilrjrk,
211 miles) on the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erie, (73 miles) ea tho Western
77me of Potnengcr Train ttt PitjwriHm.
Express Train loaves cas'.ward 3 60 P. M.
Acc'm'n Train arrivos westward 1 30 P.M.
Cnrs run through without chaxok both ways
on theso trains bctweeu Philadelphia and Lock
11a ven, and between Rallimoro and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Curs accompany tho Express
Train both ways between Williamspnrt and Ralti
niore, nnd William port and Philadelphia.
For information respecting Pnccnger bctincss
apply at the S. E. Cor. 1 lib and Market sts.
And for Freight business of tho Coinpnny's
Agents, S. R. Kingston, jr., Cor. 13th and Market
sts., Philadelphia ;
J. W. Reynolds' Eric ;
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R. l:liim"rc ;
H. U. Uoi ston, Ue-n'l Fr.-ight Ag't, Pliil.i.;
Lrwis L. Hoitt, Uen'l Ticket Ag't, Pliila. ;
Jos. 1). Potts, Gcn'l Manager, WilliaiusporU
DISSOIX'TIflX Tho partnership hereto
firo existing ! etwecn tho undersigned, in
the publication of tho CtfujiflU Jtij,il,l!,,i,i, was
dissolved by mutual conscut oa tho 11th of
Tho Rooks are in tho hands of the junior pait
ncr for collection, Thoso patrons knowing them
selves indebted to tho lato publishers for cither
subscription, advertising, or job work, are ro
spectfully invited to call nnd settle their accounts
at their earliest convenience.
I). W. MOORE,
(1. R. GOODLAXDER.
Clearfield, July 27, ISO I.
. H. IVOltHAM., Proprietor.
HIS large and commodious HOTEL is do
liiMitt'ully located cn the bank of the bus
ueliaiina, in the borough of Curwensville.
Tho present proprietor will spare o effort to
render his customers comfortable, and hopes to
merit a liberal share of public patronage.
HIS RAR AND TABLE
Will be well snppliod with every thing the mar
ket affords, U aft men will alwuvs find his "latch
out. Mar. 23, '64. tf.
MAINE STREET,, CURMENSYILLE, TA.,
WM. A. MASON, Proprietor.
rpiIIS long established and woll known 110
I TEL, situated in the west end of the town,
has beenremoddled, enlarfod an! improved, and ; hl, ,n...inn .. . compl.to.rl-5--
the proprietor respectfully announces to his nu- b dui' ;n wor'k entrusted to hiit '
merous friends, and to the travelling public, that ! tic0i in th4 bpt mRnner, nd oa til suf
he is now prepared to accommodato all who may j onftbe ,crm,f Defying the county, sU fe
luror mm witn a cau.
Amnio, safe and comfortable stabling ts at
tached to the premises, and trusty attendants
will always be on haud. Charges moderate.
Feb. 12, 1862.-tf.
WM. M. It LOOM, of Pike township, do
sires to Inform his friends and tho public
generally that he has taken out a License as an
AUCTIONEER, nnd will attend to the crying
of sales In any part of the county at tho shortest
notice, and at tho most reasonable chnrges. Ad
dress, either personally or by letter, either nt
Curwensvillo or JJIootnvtllo. Apm o, o. u.
Dlt. M. WOODS,
iRACTICIXG rhysicinn.and Examining Sur-
eoon for Pensions. Ulrica bouthwost corner
' Scooud nd Cherry streets, Clearfield, Pa,
January 21, 1863. ly.
QTAPLE Dry Goods Cloths, Cassimeres
kj Cloak-cloths, Tweeds, Satinetts, Silkwarp
j Flannels, Ticking, Muslin, Linen, Prints, at the
old prices at
J. P. KRATZER'S.
USICAL GOODS Flutes.
Harmonicaos, Preceptors, Musio Paper, I-
olin Bows, Bridgos, Strings of the best quality at
ALT and Plaster In
large quantities for sale
cry cheap by
CARPETING Ingrain, Cotton, homp, Stair,
Floor Oil-eloths, B roes telle, Door mts, Ae.
J. P. KRATZLR.
SHAWLS Eroche, Stella, Silk, Bay State,
Cashmere, lUibeL all qualities at
J. T. KRATZER'S.
AvcLVcry Cheap n
15 cessors to Boynton A
announce to the publie that thev if
u ciupiire assortment f wou,l
At tbo old stand In Graham's .. ..,.
it lCT OtTur to .oil n, T;" """Ults.l:
(considering thoir cost!) ror 'w frk
j uoir stock of rm-
CANNOT BE SUHPASSEDI
Customers can Oth Sni
CALICOS WITH FAST COLORS.
MUSLINS I DELAINESI r 1,
CLOTHS I CASSIMERS1 VS:
HATS i CAPS! ROOTS & SHOES
CARPETS k OIL-CLOTHS I "
OUR STOCK OF
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STl'LI
AND VARIETY, embracin,
NOTION'S! NOTIONS! XotV
I'orl Monnnino I Tl .
Ihologranlic Albums J
TIPES, TOBACCO & SEQABSi
TEliFUilERY OF ALL KIXD3;
Or anytliiugclso in tlto Notion Lit
: All of the best qtinlitw, and selected witb specu.
rcgaru iu iuo iruue oi i-iearutin eounij.
AI Y. BOVXTON,
Clearfield, July 27, 1 SGI.
Lumber Drlrd by ssnperteated Slfsi.
TIIIE urdersignvd respectfully lafrtim tie (.
1 plj of t P-nrlnild nnd the a tj vnin ei.mtti
that he has the nge.ey of the sb,, Patent. n:
will sell lu.livi lu'il, Cotiutv aii'l IutU;jjru
for its use. The Lumber Jik'.l hy this prtn
stronirer, finishes b. tier, i cn.-icr m lu;. n
: leijuires less time in drying t'.i.ia any otler i-m
cest known and dring 1 i n, h lui'iwrrlitu'
in 36 hours, and 1 e;: r limn imiiiy montii Mi"
' tho olil system using the iiuo saouit a w
per day that a cuonimon kiln ( ( n.-nines. Toew
tilicates of a number of resident Bieelir.iri.n
known in this cotnniuuitv, is amrlj itScI .si
convircu the most skeptical of its Draetoil itlii'
Persona desirous of purchasing rigbUsiiisiin
I JUU.N L. CUliU
July 1, 1So3. Ch'srlAPa
11 0NNETS Fashionablo Bonnet!, UtlXfJ,
i J Cops, ShaScrs, bilbons. Flowers, l'lan,
Crape, Bonnet Silks and Millinery Qoodifttif
any, cuonper than tnecnenpe.-t nt
J. P. -KKAZEE'S.
DR. A. 1. niLIS
XJ form lis pi
rem tint profes sioi
-. tW j(JT r.a ai oniini cmnar
- .. L. - , , . ...
him to his ofEct i
the time, and be wiL
- a' -STrrYfiTl' --f therefore M mm
'.SHx a makoProftuW
y . Visits to n of til
sl-j" accustoKsd pl'
-s" this sunsierl
may be found at his office on the soutlneit"-
ner of Front and Main streets at all ud.y
when notice appears in the town psntotb
contrnrv. iuit a, w. -
j , .-
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
interest of his lato partner, ii au l-'-l '
on bis own hook In the shop formerly ,wl"
by them on Second street, whera Jx lpr"1
ts a tatr trial, ana a connnuaura v. -- r- ,
ago heretofore extended. Look eat fotnp
....... w , . n a mIU
. ... . . .! .r tn niHm
rue is i u it a
N. B-The Cash will be positirely
when the work is delivered. B' u'
Clcarfiold, April 7, 1S6L y
H ARI ASSOCIATION,
Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal, WJ .
Sexual Svstems now and rcliaoio i
Sexual Systems now ana reu.u.. --..
in rcpons oi me uu"."" - j ,irt
m.il In ,.1a,1 litr envelorcs, fre
Address, Dr. J. SKILLED M""""4;' ', nJ
A.i.t,.... n,. J. fSKILLEN HOi;OHTP'.
. . ' . .. a .....i. vi.ih Ftreefcf"
ara Assoe ibiioh, .o. , 0"Hlut"" , .j.-jiij
ndelpbia, Pa. Ll-
I- EVER FLEOAL, Justico of the Pej
J thersburg, Clearfield coutty Pa.. "'"'
promptly to all tusiness em."' -Lutborsburg,
April 4, 1861.
WATCH & JEWt1
rpiir undersigned wpwjg
received from the Eait.
edathls estannsnmenwu . Ct0Cl
Clearfield, Pa., a fne assortmi snt o I v
Watcbis, andJiw.LBr of difforen t
from a single piece a full lott, Jtt
. . 1 ? I? A H AH o m
soil ai me moei resuuo. ,
exchange for old gold and silver, (tlfjtii
CLOCKS ofavory raricty on hand, aiw
reasonable prices. ttiU
alii atnus oi J - '
carefully rePed and H 'cl.-iei,
A continuance of rtrontff ipjj.
Kept, If, 1859. . V