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TIME OF HOLDING C0TJ1
vJ n-.r.ln lo January, I Sd Monday In Jus ,
i HI"? lu March. I 4th Iondy la Sept.
tuct year, uud couliuuo two weeks ir necossary
COl'NTY ANiTpISTRICT 0FFICE5S.
rt't Juiif e on. Samuel Linn, Dollefonte.
l.n. James uioom, tom'ii.
fliciiff, Kdard Perlts,
v'n.th.ir.olary, V. F. Etiwoilor,
i;..,iKo. lwiiah U. lJarger,
..iMmlAlt'y, WM, M. MoCuugh
Yrcumrer, C. KraUer,
To. Surveyor, II. B. Wrlglit,
LJiuuiUionc, Thoa. Dougborty,
F. F. Coulerot,
M. L. C. Evanf.
Henry W. Parka.
County Sup't C. B. Sandford,
LIST OF TOST OFFICES.
ai OJJxct; l'otlmn'ttr;
Glen Hope, Win. 6. Wright
Utahviile, Theodore Weld,
Hcgartv s X RoaJs,rara'I. Jiogany,
J. W. Campbell,
R. II. Moore,
New Washington, Jaa. Gallaher,
W. C. Irvin,
0. Toier, jr.
8. A. Furber,
M. A. Frank,
r. A. tinulin,
T. W. Fleming,
T. F. Iioalich,
A. B. Shaw,
J;ia. A. lle; irty
Chas. J. Pu?cy,
J. C. Hreuncr,
II. W. Fponccr,
A. C. Moore,
T. II, Flowing.
Bcnj. F. Ualo,
I). E. Brubukcr,
Lumber City J
Tnlon, Reck ton,
Thil Post Office will do for Chest townehip
JWill answer for Ferguson township.
JOHN h. CUTTLE,
Attorney at Law and Heal ltale Agcut,
Office on Marhcltt. Opposite the Jail,
RESPECTFULLY offers bis iirvicoa in toll
ing and buying lands in Clearfield and ad
Joining countlei j and with an experience of over
wenty years as a Surveyor, flaUers himself thai
he can render satisfaction. Feb. '63 tf.
M. M'CULl.OUCII, Attobkrt at
Street ouo door eoit of the "Clearfield County
Dank." may i, 184 tf.
liAURIU 4. III.AKBLY,
Attorney and Countscllor nt Law,
Will attend to all business entrusted to bis
rare in Elk and adjoining counties at St. Mary's
(Bcnzingor i V.) sep 29, e mo pu.
TUOM8 J. M t UI.I.OUC.H,
Attorney nt Law.
Office adl'dnini the Bank, formerly occupied by
J B. McKnally, Eq., Market street, Clearfield,
Pa Will attend promptly to Collections, Sale
of Laud, le. Dec. 17,'fi2.
"T OBERI J. WALLACE, Attoshet at Law
JLv Clearfield, P., Ofliee in thaw's Kow, op
pojite the Jcurnal olSoo.
dec. 1. 185S. tf
L. J. CRAV8. WAI.TKR BARItcT
CI JANS and DAURET,
Attorneji at Law,
Way 3, 'C3. CLEAiiriEtn, r.
Dl M. WOODS,
T JUACTICING Physician, and Exumiuing Sur
JL goon for Pensions. Ollico Southwest corner
Second and Cherry street, Clearfield, Pa.
Janunry 21, IMS:!, ly
Justice of the Peace.
For Dbcatdb Townhlp,
will promptly attend to all business entrusted to
his caro. P. 0. Address, Philiptburg Pa.
I EVER FLEGAL, Justice of the Teiee, Lu
J thcreburg, Clearfiold county Pa., will attend
promptly to alt business entrusted to his caro.
Lulheraburg, April 4, Isftl.
.!. V, KltATZ V. R,
MICIICUANT, and doa'.cr in Dry Goods
Clothing, Hardware, (iucensware, Urocorios
1 rovtmons, 40. .
Front Ptroet above the Aoademy Clearfield Pa.
April 20th 1SSI,
ir7w smi'I'ii "& coT
HICItdlAMS, and dealers In Thy
CuoJs, Qroccrics, Hardware, (jucenwnre, and
everjlhinrf usually koyt by tho trade. Store on
EECOND Street, bolow Judge Leonard's, oppo
site the Prehyturiun Church, Clearfield i'a.
Dec. 4, ISC I.
riBolution of riirlnership.
fflH partnership horctofuro existing between
JL the subscriber in tho tmuking business
Leonard, Finney & Co., is this day dissolved ly
The books, pnpera, and nrsots aro left in the
hands of Junes T. Leonard, at the office of tho
firm, and all claims duo to und by tho firm will
be aeltled by him. All overdue paper must be
JAMES T. LEONARD,
Thebusmosj will bo continued by Jnmes T
Leonard ns Leonard & to. die 21-18(14.
f 1,1. Aid' a encourage
J liomo limubiry. mo unucraignca haviiiL'
established a Nursory, on tho l'iko, about half
war between Clonrffold nnd Curwonsville boros'.
la .AnntA.t tn fiirnlKh nil kinds of Fruit trn t
(Standard and Dwarf,) Evergreens, Shrubbery,
Mrape Vines, uousouiTrivB, jawiuu iiiu'uuurry,
6trawborry and Raspberry vines. Also, A'iborian .
Crab trees, Quince and early scarlet Rheubnrb,
Ac, Orders promptly attended to. Address
J, 1). WlilUIlT, Curxeensville,
entlcrnes's lints, All tho Latest Style nt
J CHARLES OAKF0RD A SONS, Conti
nental Hotel, Philadelphia. Jan. 11.
MAIN .STREET, URVOA VILhL, VA
R. K. MEANS,
rRornnTOR. Oct. 19 ly
G c t jtoiiicthn'
P. KRA TZ er,
Street. Clearfield, Penn'a.
ilaving purchased a lurge ttoek since Ihe
i te decline in J rice is uow prepared to
oflur great bargain in j
tit c . . ; 7i....
new &iyic vita
Richest Printed Goods,
Good Black Silk,
Coburgs and Alpacas,
Furs and Bonnets,
Staple Dry Goods
! Millinery Goods,
Hoscrv and Notion.
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
IJardicarc t Quecnsicarc
Drugs and Groceries,
Carpets and Oil-cloths,
All of whicli will Le boM at greatly rcluc
d prices. Oct. 19-tf.
The Sicnsoii why
Everybody purchifo thoir CLOTHING o
REIZIJXSTEIN IUIOS. & CO.
Eecnnjo they sell so very cheap for Cash ;
Because they keep tho host goods j
Because their Clothing is well nindo A fashionable
Because they keep the largest assortment;
Because they get Xew Goods every week ;
Because they give every one the worth of his nton'y
Because they tako the advantage of nobody;
Because they treat their customers well J
Because cvoryboly likes to deal with theia ;
Eocauso they sell cheaper than tho rost ;
Because thoir Clothing are well sewed A Ct well
Becauso they can suit everybody ;
Bocauso their Store isio conveniently lituatod;
Because nobody leavos their store dissatisfiod;
Because all who deal with them are sure to cal
again, and send their neighbors j
Because they have purchased their Stock at such
reduced prices that they can afford to
These aro a few of the reasons wby they sell so
r-r All kinds of Country Troduce taken at
the highest market prices,
KE1ZENSTEIN BROS. & CO.
Clearfield, Nov 11, 186:1. 3m.
Cheap Fiirnitiii'c !
DKSIRES to inform his old friends and cus
tomers that, having enlarged his shop and
increased his facilities for manufacturing, he ia
now prepared to make to order furniture as may
bo deairod, in good stylo and at cheap rates (or
C'nsli. Ho mostly has on hand at his "Furni
ture Rooms," a varied assortment of Heady-made
Furniture, amoni which ars
liurcaus and feidc-Doard:?,
Wardrobes and book-Cases: Contrb, Sofa, Parlor
Lroakfast and Dining Extension Tables.
ommon, French-Post, cottaje. Jenny
intl and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS of all. KINDS, WORK-STAND'
HAT-RACKS WASH-STANDS, Ac.
Hocking and Ann Cdairs,
Spring-Seat, Cauo-Bottnm and Parlor Chairs
and Common and other Chairs.
LOO KI A' G - G I, A SS KS
Of every description on hand; and new glasees !
for old frames, which will bo put in on ve
ry reasonablo terms on short notice.
He alsekeeps on ham", orfurnishes to or
der, Hair, Corn-Husk, Hair and
Cotton tp Mattresses.
COFFINS, (If every kind.
Made to order, and funerals Httrnded with a
Hearse, thencvor desired.
Also, House Painting done toordor.
The subscriber also manufactures, and has
Constantly en band,
Clement's Patent Washing Macliino,
The best now in nse. Those nsintf this machine
never need be without clean clothes I Ho also has
Flyer's Patent Churn,
A superior art:.clo. A family uning this Churn
never need bo without butter !
All tho abovo and many other articles sre fur
, niched to customers cheap fur Cash or exchnncd
for approved country produce Cherry, Jlaplo,
Poplar, I.inwood nnd other Lumber suitublo for
I Cubinct work, Inken in exchnngo for furniture,
j fr-Hemember the shop is on .Market afreet,
j Clearfield, Pa., and nearly oppoaito the "01. 1 Jew
Stora." JOlkN UUL1CU.
Xov. 2H, lSf.2. y
WILLIAM SCIIWEM, Proprietor.
May 19, ISM. ly.
Q !'. !McC l.OKEY, Practical Survcvor.of.
fcrs his professional services to tho reople
1 of Clenrflclil county. Ilnvinj purchased tho In-
Hrumonts, Draft?, Ac, of tho lute Thomas Ross,
! dee d, ho will bo ready to attend to business on
i tho shortost notice ! ho can bo consulted at hit
residence with Robert Ross, ono milo from Cur
wcnsvillc. or bv letter addrc
jed to him at Cur
McCLOSIiEY. . wensvillo. S. F.
ap. 27 '61-ly.
Second Street, above Arch,
A. K m.AI7t, Proprietor.
(I to of the "Surr House," Atlantio City.)
f pt 23, 1863-1 j.
T adies' Furs, The largest assortment at CHAS,
adies' and Children's Hats, Latest Stylot at
I JLi CHAS. OAK FORD & SONS, Continental
! Hotel, Philadelphia.
T aJio, Fur. Th, Iar. ,ortmol)t alCIIAS
Jj OAKF0RD k SONS,
! FOKK1GN and DOMESTIC GOODS
A LI' A CAS
,Tust reccivotl at MOSSOl'S'.
at Sensation. prices
at Sensntion prices
nt fM'nfiation puces
at Sensatien prices
M Sensntion prices I
I All to be had at MOSSOrS'.
! LINEN at
! CRASH at
I TA1U.K CLOTHS nt
of all kinds &
in any nuan'ty
at Sensaliou prices
Alwnvson hand nt MOSSOrS'.
ns C'oao, runt?,
Hats nd Caps,
at tensation prices
Now lor ealo nt MOriSOrS'.
HARD WAR El
nucli as Saws, nails
ns Wine, Rintuly,
O i n, W h ikey,
Con.to, etc., etc.,
FRUITS, such ns
Fig', Filberts, &c.
nt en?fition price
nt sensation price?
r lour, Hams,
i Tea, Crackers,
I 1 A'l . .
ioni un, etc., etc
Always nt MOSSOrS'.
At tho store of itICUARD MOSSOP.
Always keeps on linnd a lull
assortment of all kinds of poods requited
for the nccommodalion of the public.
Nov. 12, 1802.
Cheap Cash Store
WILLIAM F. IRWIN !
Market street, eppaite the
Clear Hell JJvvse,
A FRESH ARRIVAL OF
AT THE CHEAr CASH STORK.
I am Just receiving and opening a carefully
1 ccted stock of fiibhionablo Spring A Sumiue
g o m m &
of almost every description,
A beautiful assortment of prints and 1'iy
goods, of tho newest and latest styles. Also a
crcnt variety of useful nations.
DUY-COOHS AND NOTIONS.
llatH nnd Caps,
Hoots and Shoes, a large quantity,
Drugs and Modicinos,
Oil and Pulnta,
Carpet A Oil Cloths,
Fish, Bacon and Flour,
Mackerel in J 1 and 1 barrels,
of tho best quality, all of which will be soid at
tbo lowest cash or ready pay prices.
My old friends and tho public, generally, arc
respoetftilly invited to call.
.-T-N. 11. All kinds of GllA .Vand approved
CUL'STUY rnubUCE lakon in exchai.go fur
WM. F. IRWIN.
Clearfield, Jan 11, 1SC5.
WM. M. III.OOM, of Pike townahip. do
sires to inform his friends and the publio
generally that be has taken out a License as an
AUCTIONEER, and will attond to the crying
, of sales in any part of the county at the shortest
notice, and at the most reasonable charget. Ad
dress, either peraonally or by letter, either at
Curweneille or Blocmnlle. April 8, '64. tf.
o n "I"
i e.q - - aOS
;?3?citi,wn 5 Ho
CARLISLE & CO,
DEALERS IX FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, L UMBER,
SHINGLES, cC C.,A C.
P!IIUrllUKC, Centre county, Pcuu'a.
Have received nnd nro just opening
the largest assortment of he lest,
CHEAPEST, AND MOST SEASONABLE
Ycr letutjht to thil ci'o ofcountrj, contUtinj
DRY (;CM)IS A CROCKRlF'x,
HARDWARE and QUKESSWARE,
Hoods, Nu!)ins,Soiitnfr., I'alinora)
and Hoop skirts !
HATS & CATS ! BOOTS & SHOES !
.!tl t .lil othUg. cfatsst Styles
SCHOOL-HOOKS & STATIONERY
Driiir?, Oil, Paints. Putt v & Glass!
Rice-Flour Farina and Corn-Starch!
COAL-OIL LAMPS WOOD AM) W IL
Trunks $ Carpet-Bags
PIPES, TOBACCO AND SEC A US !
Fish, Salt, and Nails
Flour, Ff.f.d and Provisions !
And all articles o.'iinlly kept in a Erst-clal
country sturo all of which will he sold
Cheap for Cash !
or approved produce, Lumber or shingles.
Phillpsburg, Nov. 18, lS3-tf.
M ER llEL
H.-iyojust opcnotl a large and splftnilid
At their okl stand in Clearfield.
mTIKY have the best assortment of Hardware
JL tlmt has ever boen brought to this comity
which they will sell nt the most renonn!lo pri
ccs, amcr ; which will bo found a splendid lot -
C U T T L E R V,
To which they invite the specinl attention of tho
public, embracing heavy Silvcr'platud Folks,
Spoons and Uutter knives of the Lert manufac
ture. A lot 6f IMilols of tho bf st pntlcrn, nn J other
(ire-nrins. Also a penerul assortment of pistol
cni-triilcs all of which will bo sold ut rcasouu
ble'priecs, They eonlinuo to ranufneture all kinds of
Tin-ware, Urass Kettles, Stove
pipe, etc., which cannot be surpassed in His sec
tion or the ctate.
They also hnve on hand Pittsburgh Plows,
among which aro Stool Centro Lever Plows. Also,
Plow Castings, and many other Aj ritulturallui
ptcinents. (look Stove?, Tarlor and Coal
Stoves a general assortment, and of the best pat
terns, fir snle at reasonable prices.
stjIaITsaav-mi ll JI ACIII N KUY
CONSlSTIXn OF ONE BOILEH, 21 FEET
ri ng, nnd 3J foet diameter, having two re
turn flacs of 1ft inches diameter each, with 73
feet of iron smoke-rdi'O. safetv-vulvo and nil nreh
irons complete. Engine for the tamo is two feet
stroko and twolvo inches boro, with governor,
ump, stoam connectniR pipes, with reqmsito
elobo and governor valves and heater. All the
shafting and pulleys requisite fr driving a Urjjo
circular saw mill. EJger nnd jack-wheel fur
'hauling in rgs arc attached.
One other boiler with smoke-pike, arch irens,
nnd tithcr attnebnunts, same as abovo, set in a
sci'arato arch. Huving with it an engine of 10
inchss ttroko and ten inches dinmeler, uod for ' ., . , , .
propelling a ping gato to which it is ittachod. IaAAC IIAIPT is apont for the rk, V join
One IS inch circular saw, two smaller do., for 'nS "4 t'oluuibia Insuranoe Cjiupaniej.
eih'or ami crojg cut di.. for sawinir off boards! jyn"'-'7
and slabs. All tho belting connected with the I
works, five log and board cars, about lOOl) feet of '
flat railroad iron, 1J wulo by inch thick, to-1
gothorwith nil the tools in use about tho mill, j MA INK STREET, CURMENSVILLE, PA.,
The engines, boilers nnd machinery aro in per- WM. A- MASON, Proprietor,
feet order, undor one rcof, and constitute ono rnillS long established and well known II O
cumploto mill. They aro each set up separately, J XEL( Bituntod in the west end of tho town,
nnd can bo conveniently disconnected, or sold llR, becnronjoj.Hoj, enlarf od and improved, and
together, ns may bo desired by tho purchaser. ! the rr(,prictor respoctfully announocs to his nu
Ironi for a water-mill, including an iron water : lner((U( ,rictuli!j amI to ti,0 travc11inS public, that
wheel on a wrought-iron shaft, no longer in uto, he is ow prcparoa to accouimodato all who may
aro likowiso olTerod for salo cheap. I favor lim witn B cn
Tho mill is at Granville, Bradford county, pa., j A , gllf Dnd COmfortablo stabling Is at
soven imlcs iroin the stu lion on tho ill arasport :UcIieJ to tho ,ir(!lui,CSl ,nd trusty attendants
and Elmira railroad, it now ln oporalion, and : n .in1 1.0 on hnnd. Charses nimlorate.
will continue running until the middle of Janun
ilil In nf .lanun.
ry, inst., when tho logs and timbor will become
cxhnu.ttcd, and tho machinery tlion held for sale,
dclivorablo nt nny time thereafter.
Likowiso nn cngino and boiler of 20-horse pow
or, nnd an cngino of tho tamo capacity, without
boilor, both iu porfect order and ready for Iniino
dinto delivery ut this place.
Price of tho first named cnginoand boilor, witn
ill- T r. j i i
saw-mill, $35110. Tho other engine, with boiler,
its conncctioni and gang gate, $2500. Tho rost
of the machinery nnd fixtures with cngino, at
Elmira, and water-mill Irons, will bo aoldatratea
j to make it an object to buy.
j Terms of rale will be mado easy, with satitfac-
, tory paper on Interest
I JliT Further particular! may beobtainod by lot-
ter on addressing the subscriber, at JMmtra, N, .
Jan. ll-'65 tf WM. H. PHILIPS.
LEATHER 1 LEATHER 1
AN assortment for aale in Clearfield, by
MEKRELL t BIQLER.
,teh- list w I Si
iSlill on a Rush !
OYWON, SHOWERS & CR.lil.lSI.
And Very Chca I !
BOYN'TON, SI10WEII3 A URAIIAM-p.kv
cesnors to Unynton A Showers rcpectfully
announce to tho public that they are now open
ing an extonsiiro assortment of
SUMAl EH GOODS
At the old aland in Graham's new building which
they offer to sell nt nstunishiiigly low price,
(considering their cost !) for cash or approv
ed country produce. Their stock of
CANNOT BE SURPASSED!
Ciiftomore can therc'finda
CALICOES WITH FAST COLORS I
MUSLINS! DELAINES ! LAWNS
CLOTHS ! CASSIMERS! VESTING S
LADIES' SHAWLS ! GEN TS' SHAW LS !
HATS & CAPS ! HOOTS & SHOES !
CAUrETS .1 OIL-CLOTHS 1
OUR STOCX OF
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STYLE
AND VARIETY, embracing
NOTIONS! NOTIONS! NOTIONS
Scarfs! Head-Nets ! Neck-Tics!
.Satchels! I'oit Montiaies ! EruHlies !
Photographic Albums !
PIPES, TOBACCO & SEGARS!
rU!l FUME RY OF ALL KINDS!
Or Anything else in the Notion Lino !
(J n c c n s w a r c ,
All of tho best qunlity, end selected with special
regard to tho trade ot Clearfield county.
A I F. IIOYNTCCT,
ClearflolM, July 27, 1S6I.
Co a 1 Oil, Coal Oil Lamps,
Tnints, Oils nnd Varn'sJtes, a genera 1 nisortment.
Olass, putty, Nails, Iron niidCastings of groat
variety : in fnct nlmost erery thins wanted by
tho public can bo found in their eBiuhiiiLuicnt,
nnd nt prices that cannot bo boat.
Now is the time to purchase,
If you desire any thing in thoir line of business,
(ivo them n call and examine their stock, and
they feel assured that you can bo accommodated
Keaicmbcr, their establishment is on Second
Strict, Clearfield, Pa , whero you can buy g' ods
to tho very best advantage.
jT' Old ailver, cupper, brass, pewter and old
castings will be takon in exchange for goods.
May 20. ISM. MEUKELL, 4 B1GLKR.
VORMKnLV AT THE EKLLItroUTE FOt'NDIlT CnAttCK
l'LACK or Bl SI.tESS.
II AWT & Co.,
. TT AV1NQ leased tho
t I JL Fhops at Mileabur,
Foundry nnd Mrohiuo
known us " GREENS,
lUL'NDRY," aio . rcpnred to manufutturo and
repair Stcnui Engines, sweep nnd trend power
Threahing fuellinoi, New H'orld and Hathaway
Cook Stoves, Wagon Spindles, Flows, and Cast
ings of all kinds at short nutirc. They alsobave
ti.nh at IScllefonto nnd Milesburg, a variety of
Cook and l'srlor Stoves, for soft coal, of I'itts
burg manufacture. Call and see fur yoursolvcs.
i i.'u 10 1 0rto
Feb, 12, 1862.-tf.
KOTICB & CAUTION.
HAVING aindo application to tho Assistant
Assessor of the 19th Collodion District of
Pennsylvania, and a Llcenso as Auctioneer hav
ing been grantod to me by tho proper authority,
I would iniorin tne citizens ot utoarnolil county
inns i win uuuiiu 10 " ciiuidc chicb wncnovor
id"!-". ? Part of th? county, . Charge.
that I will attend to "calling sales
moderate. Addreci JOHN h. KCAIUS,
Deo. IA, lSC3-tf. Cloarilold, Pa.
P. S. Any person " calling " sales without a
license ia subject to a penalty of $10, which will
i.- - r i i i i ; .
bo enforced in acoortlanoe with the law, against
U porconi violating tbo statute.
CARPETING Ingrain, Cotton, hemp, Stair,
Floor Oil-clotha, firoentello, Door mats, Ac.
J. P. K RAISER
T adies' and Children's Half, Latest
JLi CHARLES OAKFORD A SONS, Continea
' tal Hotel, Philadelphia. Jan, 1 1 .3mei.
c. w. & h.7. smtn.
Foreign X Domestic
HAVE STILL ON HANI) A
ALL OF WHICH WILL Bli S010
ForCas h I
Jan. 2i, 3ra.
fPHE subscriber in order to accommodate th
JL citir.ons of Curwensville, and the pnblia
generally, has fust reecivod a lot of
COOK, AND PAIiLOJt STOVES,
for wood or coal, which ha will dispose of rry
thoap for cash or produce,
JOHN D. TnOMPSOX
Nov. 4, lSC3 .tr.
ST)VF. PlPF..For aalo nt the eheap store
of John D. Thompson, in Curwensville, at 1
cents per pound. Kov. 11, Ixm
A FARM FOR SALE.
IM1K subscriber olTers for sale on reaionabla
therms, a farm in Ucccaria township, one
mile South of Deccnria Mills,. It contains Fifty
Acres, with Forty Acres cleared, a U
53.fraujo Iwelling.hoiie, Ptoro-honse.
lug liarn, and other out-biiillin(, and a growing
Orchard of thrmnir trees. The title is undisnu.
( table. For TcruiH, npply to the undersicnej,
in ijawrviir innueuip, viearucia eoanty, f.
J. It- ICE AO.
HARTSWICK & HUSTON
MAKKET Stmt CLEAKFIfXD fA.
KEEP constantly on hamlalargn
tnJ ami veil self tied stock of
I) R UGS and CIIEMICA LS
PAINTS OILS AND VARNISH
PEItFL'MEHY t Toil.ET ARTICLES.
CLANKS, E00KS AND STATIONART.
TOBACCO & SEGA IvS.
And a general assortment of VARI
ATIKS and Fancy ARTICLES.
We respectfully invite a call, fcoling eond.
dent that we can aupply the wants of all, oa
terms to their (atiifaction.
, , .-. ; "AUTSWICK A HUSTON.
ClraiCcld April 27th 1SA3. tf
W. W. VI OltRALL, Proprietor.
rflll IS largo nn4 commodious HOTEL Is de
JL lightfully located on the bank of tho Suj
quehnnna, in the borough of Curwonsvillo.
The present proprietor will sparo o effort to
render his oustotners cmf(irtahje, and hopes te
merit a liberal aliaro cf public patronage.
HIS BAR AND TABLE
Will bo woll supplied with every thing the mar
ket affords. Uaftmen will alwnva find his "latch
string" out. Mar. 23, '61. tf.
BOOTS nnd Shoes a coinploto amortment of
Ladies', Oentlomen's, Missoa', .Buys' and
CUildieu's Roots Shoes and Gaiters at
J. P. KKATZKRS.
Goods Cloths, Cafsinicrci
Tweeds, Satinelts, Silkwarp.
I'lannols, Ticking, Muslin, Linen, Prints, at the
old prices at
J. T. KKATZKR'S.
Dijeascs of tho Nervous, Seminal, Vrinary and
Sexual Systems new and reliable treatment
in reports of the Howard Association, sent by
mnil in aer.lod letter onvelopea, free of charge..
Address, Dr. J. SKILLEN HOUGHTON, How.
nrd Assoeintion, No. 2, South Ninth Street, Phi
adolphin, Pa. jylO-'BI ly
Chop! Chop! Chop I
Q( f(l Euahcls upcrior KVE-CnOf'
fJ)JJJ just rooeivod and for sale at
$3 15 por hundred.
Thilipsburg, Aug. 8, !Sn4. pd.
WANTED A ,arSc ,ot of
' " FLAX SEED in exchango for
Q00DS at the Cheap Store of
JOHN D. THOMPSON.
Curwensvillo, Sept 1A, 1863.
nOl'SEIIOLD GOODS Tinware.Queensware,
Qlasswnre, Woodenwaro, Looking QlaMet,
Clocks, Nails, Glass, Oils, Paints, Lamps, Wall
Paper, at all prices at
J. T. KRATZER'S.
radios Furs, Purchasers may rely npon getting
A the best Furs at CII Ai. OAKFORD A SONS,
Continental Hotol, Philadelphia, Jan. IL
I nmK1(wgt r. ... ,a Mti
nV TSTfiValTlniii'. rt,n..
I Annln. Dried Pnaches. reseived reu(arly
frnrn the west at the store of J. P. KItATZER.
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mfUSICAL GOODS ij.qtee, vjenns,. i .
Stvloi al 1TJ. Harmonleans, Preceptors. Moate faper, .
oiyioa av d.ij. nftha'heat nua lt al.i