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A PHAYl'.n 1011 PlViCU. !
it n. clay rusts..
The war Is part, lik a horrid dream, i
Hut leave In crimson (dim ;
Tho wound ba closed with a ghal!y war,
And the tirvi Bt ill remain.
Ftill o'r thi lovely Eden land
The serpent trail i teen j
T'ic vtitiit of blood will not fade out
While a million grave arc groin 1
The deadly feed of mortal bate
Are (ralti-rcd for and rear ;
Our vrry-llihlet tnel of blood '
V Chri.t I Thou'rt wanted horo 1
to! tome are maddened wilb revenge,
And some grow dark with doubt ;
Come down, oh llltned Son of Uod,
Aud drive tho demon out I
Ye Christian men, and women Wo,
Who worship one true Clod,
Can ye not walk apnin in pence
The path your futher trod?
Whv hate ye o your brother man,
While all must pardon crave,
When lummoDed by the angel death
To the land beyond tho grave 1
Ah, Vfhen we cant aside the veil,
And turn our eye within,
Can we presume the (tone to throw,
Or judge a brother' ein T
Why should we still "diminution deal
On each we judge our foe t"
What know we of the bidden ceuBe
The fate that made them o 1
A light reflect thro' colored glas,
Truth glimmer thro' the soul ;
And give a glimpse, in broken parti,
Of one grand, perfect whole I
To ome it ' red. to oilier green
And to each oi believes i
But truth, like tiod, is ever one
"lis man' weak eight deceive.
How shall I judge my fellow man,
With mortal light so dim t '
What eoems to me a cloud of lies,
JIuy shine a star to him.
Oh ! burning that haunts the (oul,
Oh! wisdom deep and true
Tho words that fell from .lesus' lips,
"Ty I note nut what they do 1
Could higher beings from the stari
Our poor, frail nature senn,
Bow pitious would seem to them
This puny creature, man 1
A poor blind worm, e'en at best,
A jewelled soul adorns ;
Whilo blindly groping for the flower
All mangled by the thorns 1
Cod of our Falhenl hear our cry,
Our blind eyes ennnot see ;
Eave us', or we perish, Lord I
We place our trust in Thctl
TVaSaiNOToJC, May, ISM.
COUNT VOX BIS5IARK.
This Prussian statesman, not inapt
ly named by his disnflucteJ country
men "tho man of blood and iron," is
as noted for tho Binular vivacity of
his language and boldness of opinions
as for his absolute tendencies, which
recommended him to his king so
etrongly in 1851 as to have him called
to. the diplomatic service, whero he
has since gained a world-wide repu
tation. He was born in 1814, at
Shochauscn on tho Elbe, and is of n
family whioh claims lineal descent
from one of tho ancient chiefs of a
powerful Sclavonic tribe. lie studied
at tho Universities of Gottingen, Ber
lin and Gricfswald. It is a notable
circumstance connected with tho ca
reer of this despotic statesman, that
one of tho very first theories with
which he entered public life was the
favorite one of Thomas Jefferson, and
after him, of a powerful school of
bouthern politicians, the text of which
is familiar to every one, '-that largo t
citieiraro great sores on tho body po
litic." The opinion of Count "Yon
Bismark that largo cities were cen
tres of all that was mischievous and
wrong that they were obnoxious in
the highest degree to the general wel
fare of nations, and ought to bo de
stroyed as hot-beds of evil principles,
was discussed by him with so much
ability, vigor and audacity as quickly
to fix tho attention of political people,
and serve him for his stcpping-6tonc
to famo. It was not till 180:2 that ho
was called from the diplomatic corps,
as ambassador to St. Petersburg, to
officiate in the double capacity of min
ister of foreign affairs and master of
the King's household. Prussia was
at the time a prey to internal conflict,
and Von Bismark, always inflexible
and headstrong, concentrated in his
own hands vust power. His adminis
tration was distinguished for extreme
rigor ngainst tho press. Personally
ho is soldierly in appearanco, with a
largo head, capacious forehead, firm,
resolute mouth, brilliant and singular
ly restless eyes, with a remarkably
fascinating power, lie is decidedly
one of tho most astuto statesmen of
Europe, and, though hated by the
liberal party in his own country, he
is equally if not more implacablo in
his own enmity towards Austria. Up
on this point ho finds somo congeni
ality with the liberals; for whilo they
dread and dislike Bismark much, they
detest Austria more. Under his in-.
fluei.ee Prussia's present policy is vir
tual secession from the German con
federation, or absorption of its smaller
States, bo as to dominate the whole.
Austria had been long pla3-ing at tho
same game the two States being
rival members ot tho confederation
but Austria finally submitting the
questions at issue to the Diet, and bo
ing governed thereby, her cause is
the federal cause. Baltimore Sun.
JfcSrTho annual income of Wendell
Thillips, tho notorious Abolition lec
turer, is sixty thousand dollars. Tho
Cleveland Naindcalcr remarks that
tho statement should go with it.which
will hardly bo denied, that Phillips
inherited his wealth from ancestors
who accumulated immense fortunes
by tho manufacture of and traflio in
i ew England rum, and by the African
tuThc wife and daughter of a New
Yorker boarding at Union Hall, Sara
toga, were robbed. of diamonds and
jewfclry wortli soven thousand dollars,
John W. Forney as a
Tho Washington correspondent of.
tho Cincinnati Commercial is very so-,
vcre upon .Mr. Forney. Listen to him : ,
"Every orreo in a wniio mo grent
American toady. John W. Forney,
sneaks of the party which supports
the President, as tnatie up oi "Hire
lings," a word which lie borrows from
tho vocabulary of his htto Southern
musters. Tho public may like to
k-tinw how ntire v dihintercstca ror-i
ney is, and has been in support of the
Republican party how much self
sacrifice ho displays in the premises,
Fht!y, then, there is John W. For
ney, tho dead duck in propria persona,
Clerk ol tho Senate, $3,5U0 a year and
Secondly. There is J). C. Forney,
publisher of the Chronicle, cousin of
the dead duck's, in pay of tho Senate,
drawing a salary of about two thous
and dollars a year, for work which he
never performs a clear swindle.
Thirdly. There is another Forney,
a cousin of the dead duck's, mail agent
bet wen here and Philadelphia.
Fourthly. There is a brother-in-law
mail agent on the Pennsylvana Cen
Fifthly. There is a junior Forney,
who.all through the war,was an otliccr
on duty in Philadelphia.
Sixthly. There is another son of the
dead duck's, who, early in the war,
was got a commission in tho navy,
under a solemn covenant never to be
sent to sea, nor exposed to tho rude
fire of rebel guns and ho never was.
Seventhly. Forney is carried about
the city of Washington in a vehicle
owned by the Government, drawn by
a horse owned by tho Government,
and driven by a man paid as a laborer
in tho capitol grounds. All of which
may bo strictly patriotic, i but is not
Eighthly. Forney has for a private
servant a man who is paid as a labor
er for the Senate,. which is contrary
to tho law in such cases made and
Ninthly. Forney gets the Chronicle
edited by men who arc paid as clerks
to the Senate, which may bo patriot
ism, but looks like swindling.
Tent hly. Forney will employ no
body as clerk or messenger in the
Senate, who will not help to edit eith
er tho Chronicle or Press, which is good
economy but bad morals in tho dead
Eleventhly. Forney wroto a begging
letter to the President about six
months ago. Tho President did not
grant tho prayer of the pctitioncr,and
the Chronicle immediately come out
against Andrew Johnson and his poli
cy. Which may bo disinterested, but
doesn't look that way; looks rather
liko an unsuccessful attempt to
Crook the pregnant hingi-a of lliu knee
When thrift may follow t avHry.
What a self-sacrificing patriot For
ney is, to bo sure I
The Philadelphia Election Fraud.
Tho contested election case between
-Major David P. Weaver .and John
Given was decided in tho Court of
Common Pleas, Philadelphia, on Sat
urday last. Our readers will remem
ber that Major Weaver, the Democrat
ic candidate for City Commissioner,
was elected over John Given, by a
majority of 7-0 votes, on tho home
voto. Thereupon somebody forged
on behalf of Mr. Given, a lot of "sol
diers" votes which afterward turned
out to bo spurious, giving him a ma
jority of 322 on the home and soldiers'
vote. Notwithstanding tho glaring
frauds transparent on tho face of theso
returns, tho Kcturn Judges who were
largely Abolition, awarded Given the
certificate of election, and ho has ever
sinco October last, pocketed tho fees
of that -oflice. Major Weaver then
instituted a suit against him, andafttr
a lapse of nine months, justice was at
last done. Judge Allison decided that
David P. Weaver was duly elected
City Commissioner, nnd ho will now
tako chargo of that office.
Horrible Accident. A most mel
ancholy accident occurred on tWed
ncsday, at a small place called Gaines
turif. on tho York county sido of the
river, near Middletown, Pa., resulting
in tho death of a young lad' named
Caroline Sweeny. At tho time of the
occurrence she was lying sick in bed,
when her brother, younger than her
self, picked up an old gun, nnd play
fully pointing towards her, pulled the
trigger, when a terrific report follow
ed, and a bullet passed through the head
of Caroline, killing her instantly.
When will people learn to guard
against tho careless uso firearms ?
liow many lives must bo sacrificed
before tho evil will bo abolished?
Exit Speed. Tho Attorney-Gener-al
of tho United States, evidently with
great reluctance, has given up his
portfolio. Perhaps, of all men in tho
'Cabinet, ho was tho weakest and of
the least consequence. IIqw ho ever
got there puzzled everybody, and his
."going out" will occasion no serious
.loss to the country or tho President.
GUX SMITHING. ETC.
I WOULD just Inform the citiien of Clearflsld
and vicinity, that I hare opened a shop in
id borough, near Mr. C. K ratter's More, for the
purpos of manufacturing and repairing
GUNS, PISTOLS, WATCHES AND
I guarantee all my work, aad eipaet to secure
my patronage by promptness and attention to
business, and executing my work In the but
tyl if the ark Give me a eall and test my
capacity. JAMKS D. WXJ.KH.0Y7. I
I Jon IS, Ufi8-tf
FOREIGN and DOMESTICSOODS.vrSjs CLKDCD-D-3
MUSLINS at Sensation prices
DKLAINES at Sensation rieot
COHU KtiS nl Sensation price
ALPACAS t Sensation price
Just receive.1 tit MlHSOPS.
01 NO II A MS
at Sensation price
at Sensation prices
at Sensation juices
at Sensatien prices
al Sensation prices
at Sensation prices
at Sensation prices
at Sensation prices
COLO U ED)
Ail to be had at MOSSOFS',
rABLE CLOTHS al
LACE at Sensation prices
HOSIERY at Sensation prices
RI HIM INS t Sensation prices
of all kinds iht
in any quan ty )
1 . . t !-i wr.oc "lT)C!l
Always on nanu ai wyixuio
S ATT I NETS at
tts Coats, ranis,
llalji finrl f'llIIS.
at seusation price
Now for sale at MOBSOFS'.
such as Sas,nails
al sensation price;
at sensation price.
Spikes, Hinges, ,
LIQUORS, such '
as Wine, Brandy,
Cognac, etc., etc,
FRUITS, such as
at sensation prices
at seusation prices
Figs, Filborts, Ac.
.J ... , DJ
Coal Oil, etc., etc
Always at MOSSOFS'.
At the storo of RICHARD MOSSOF.
Alwnvn lippin .m hand a lull
assottment of all kinds or goods required
r .1 i . - . t . i 11:,
lor iuu ai;cuujiiiouaiiuu ui win jui'iu;.
Nov. 12. 18.
K E A 11
Wll.l. I AM W. HtTTS.
GEOKUfi I,. REED.
JOHN r. WEAVER.
IV. IK BE TTS, if CO.,
(Succestor to Munson i, Iloopa)
Have just receive a large and well o
lected Slock of all kin') of Staple goods,
Dry Goods, Clolhin
and Shoes, Hats and Japs, No.
Hardware, Glass, Naih, Oils,
Groceries, Flour, Bacon. Feed, Ac, which
we are oilering at greatly reduced prices,
ror Cash or in
Exchnnca for Lumber " and Shingles
We hope to make il to the advantage of
in the lower end of Cleat field coonty ami
on Lleaiheld l-ret-k, to gel their supplies
from this point, being on the line of
Rail Road can Sell
goods on better terms than at any point
in Lleailii'ld county, and we are selling
our Mock at eucIi
prices as to make it an object to tboe buy
ing goods in this market to deal with us
Advances of Goods, Feed, &c,
made on account of Square Timber, which
'we will either tell on commission or buy
'at fixed rates.
Flour of diflerent Brands can be bad at
all limes at very lowr prics, at the Clear-
held Store, 1 uilipsburg, renn a.
Dry Goods Notions, Ac, in great vari
ety, at the lowest price for Cash, at the
,CIearheld Store, 1 hilipbnrc, Ponn'a,
Snlt by tho Sack or load, cheaper than
can be bad anv where else, at tho Clear
field Store, I'liilipfcburg, Penn'a
I Call and Examine the stock of goods, at
jibe Clearfield Store, at rhilipsburg. Fa.
Highest price paid in Goods or Cash for
Lumber and Shingles at the Clearfield
Store, Fhihpsburg, renn a,
The cheapest goods of all kinds are to be
had at the Cleartield Store, at Fhinpfhurg
j Call nnd tee if our goods and prices don't
soot the limes. W. W. BETTS, & CO.
l'hilipsbtirg. November 15th, IKlKV if.
CI.I-.AU l-l l;i.l MIltM'.ltY-EsomaAoa
lions lsnrsTBT. The undersigned hnving
eotauliihcKl a JSursery, on te Tike, about halt
way between Clearfield ana lurwentville, u pre
pared to furnirh all kind of Fruit tree. (fland
ard and Dwarf,) Evergreen, Shrubbery, Urape
incs, Uooteberrie, Lawlon Ulackborry, Straw
berry and Raspborry vine. AIo, Siberian Crab
tree, Quince and early ararlet Itheubarb, Ac.
UMor promptly otion lcil to. Address,
BcpU 20, '65.-ly. J.D.WHIUHT, Curwentvills.
I jure Libert) White Lead. wil do more
and better work at a elven Cot. than anr
other 1 Try it! Manufactured only by Znoia
""ITS, W holesale Drug, Paint tllan Dealers,
J-i7Jruviniril t.,hir, March Il,t -ly
I)ure Libert White I7sd,-profer,c"d"hy
A all prrclical rainier. ! Try it ! ,d ,,, w;fi
hav no other. Manufactured only by tn
in iiuiui ' .-., i niii March 21. S.y
ground aud uugrouud splcea. Citron. Knir.
VJT lisa Currants, Jix. t'oUe and Vineiar of
Cloarteld, January lOib, I86,
A FALL Tx" TRICES.
Cheap Cash Store
South Second St., Clearfield, Pa.
A FRKS11 ARRIVAL OF
Spring & Summer Goods
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
I am just receiving and opening a carefully
elected itocK or inionanie rprm cum
mer Uood of almott every dencription.
A beautiful aortmont of Prints and Dry
good, of the newet ana laten tyie.
Alao a great vriety of oeful notion.
DRY GOODS AJSD JNOllUS.
Rat and Cap,
Boot and Shoe, a large quantity,
Drug and Medioinei,
Camet A Oil Cloth,
and Fruits roreign ana uomemic,
such Apples, Feacbej, Cur
rant, Prunes. Raisins, Oran
ce, and Lemons.
Fish, Bacon and Flour.
Mackerel in i 1 and i barrel,
of the bet quality, all of which , will bt .old at
readv pay price.
My old friend and the aublio generally, r
respectfully invited te eall.
J&iTTi. D. All Ktna oi uhjiiii ana pprw
COUSTHY PHODUVE taken in tichange for
Uood. 1K If
Clearfield, May dth, 1IWUT
r.N SECOND STREET,
NEW FIIIM, NEW ARRANGEMENTS
and New Goods
AT VERY LOW TRICES.
The undersigned having formed a co
partnership, in the Mercantile business.
wou.d respectfully invite the attention of
the Public generally to their splendid
assorteiunt of Merchandise, which is
SOLD VERY LOW FOR CASH.
Their slock consists in part of
of the Lest quality, such as Trims, De-
l.ainos, A 1 parens, Merinos, Ginghams,
Musiins Jilrached and unbleached,
Tickings, Cotton and Wool Flannels,
Salinetts, Cotlenades, Cassiuieres, Ladies'
Shawls, Coat, Nubias and Hoods, Balmo
ral and Hoop Skirls, ic,, 4c,
all nf which
WILL BE SOLD LOW FOR CASH
Also, a fine assortment of men's Draw
ers uod Shirts, Hals & Caps, Boot li Shoos.
Glassware, Hardware, Groceries and spices
JNSIIORTA GENERAL ASSORTMENT
of everything usually kept in a re
ALL CHEAT FOR CASH
or approved country produce.
WRIGHT & FLANIQAN.
Clearfield, January 10th, LSOO.tf.
J. P. KRATZER,
Las removed to Lis new Ware-Rooms, on
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.,
where be has opened a very Urge stock ol
Merino, Gingham, Cloth, Delaine, Print,
Ca-imere, Alpaca, Bilk, Satinet, Kepi,
Csibmeres, Tweeds, Cobergs, Mohair, Jean.
Lsnella. Muslin, Flannel, Bonnets, Hib.
bnn, Cloaks, Balmoral Skirt, Hoop.
Skirts, Shawls, Dre Trimming,
Head Nets, Caps, Coriets, (Hove,
Collar, gcarts, (Ironadine Veil,
Coats, Pants, Veds, Ovor-Coat, (lent1 Shawl
Bliirts, HaU, Cap, Under-Sbirt and
Drawer, Uoota, Bhoe. Uum
- Shoe, Cravat, U love
HARDWARE, tjUEENSWARE, GRO
CERIES & MUSICAL GOODS.
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molassoi.Salt, Cindle. Rlcs,
Flour, liaoon, Fih, Tobacoo, Kaiin,
Currants, 8 p 1 e , Cracker,
Vingar, Oils, Var
TIN-WARE, GLASS-WARE. WOODEN
WARE, and STATIONERY.
Carpet, Oil-clotl, Druggot, Louking Glasse
Cluck. Churn, Wailiboards, Tub, lluck
t. Flat Iron, Pans, Window Wind,
Wail -paper, Coal Oil Lamp. Vm
brellaa, Uedcords, Kniieaand
F'urk, Spoonii, Crock, and
.0-All of which will be fold on the most rea
lonnble term, and the highest tnarktt price paid
or Drain, Wool, aud all kind of oonntry produce.
Clearfield, Dceombcr 13, ISflS,
The nndnriiRned have this day formsd a Co.
partnership nndcr the firm name of Irwin 4
Hartshorn, for the transaction of a tleneral Mer
chandise and Lumber husines. A tare and
well (elected slock of Uoud baa been added to
those already .in hand at the Corner Store in
Curwrnaville where w are Bow prepared to show
Customer a eimiilitit anriinA.lt iik n,in..
D low as the lowest. Tbs hiirbeat market ratoa
paid for Lumber of all description.
Ths patronag ol the publlo 1 respectfully
soliuitod. KDWARD A. 1KVIN.
W. 11, UART8110KN.
Curwcnevlllc, July 28, IS i5
1 ( t ",li' f prim Clovcrseed, for sale by
IVVJ IttVIN HARTSHORN.
Curwenaville, February J8, 186R-tf.
pulley rtlorks, all sires, and best manufao
tur. at llERRELL A BIOLKK'd
APT ltnPP.9 r .11 t..m ..l.
MO. 13, ISO. JifcKKtLL 1UGLER. 1
D. W. SMITH, & CO.
Selling the Cheapest and
BEST LINE OF
offered in Clearfield county.
Having been the latest to purchase we
bave the advantage of tae decline in
prices, and oftvr this advantage
to all our customers and
IX LADIES DRESS GOODS, WE
bring the latest and most
which are now so fashionable, we bave
good qualities as low as 45 cents,
embracing every shade.
Wo offer also a Novolty which has
just appeared in Dress
These Goods com In Fatlerns, compri
sing all shades and designs. Being
already trimced tbey requiro
only cutting and fitting and
can be dons up at
FANCY DRY GOODS
Ladies Super Kid Gloves, Ladies fancy
Lisle gloves, LtJies Mohair Mitts,
Ladies fine Silk Nets, Ladies fan
cy ClienilU, Ladies Magio
Kulllingj Ladies Lace
LADIES TIME AD EDGING,
Ladies Valenciennes Fluting, Lndics
Silk tassel Buttons, Ladies Silk
Scarfs, Lades funey Ties,
Ladies f mbroidorcd
IlandkerthiefM, Ladies Hem Stitched,
Handkerchiefs, Ladies Lawn hand
kerchiefs, Ladies Empress trail
lloop skirts, Ladies Hoop
SHOES if- GAITERS.
Lasting, Goat, Glove Calf,
Morocco, Cloth Opera
Uraid Straws, Derby
lists, Split Hats, Luten Hats,
Trimmed Hats, Straw cords and all
Fine assortment of fancy Cas
simercs in patterns, extreme
ly cheap. Also Boys
BOOTS AND SHOES
Men's heavy Monroes, Men's Cno Calf
Jloots, Men s glovo calf Gaiters,
Men's Cloth Opera Slippers,
Men's lino patent leath
YOUTHS AJil) 130YS SHOES
all sizes and styles. Straw Hats,
jiUMury, ivm U10VC3
STATIONARY OF ALL KINDS
Seedless Raisins, Lsyer Raisins, Prunes,
Can Teaches, Can Pears, Can Corn,
Can Tine Apple, Can Sardines,
Italian Macoaroni. Almonds and Figs,
Cream Nuts, Filberts, Orangei
Lemons and Tickled
CRACKERS ! CRACKERS ! !
Sugar Biscuit, Lemon Biscuit, IW
Biscuit, I ancy Biscuit, Wa
ter and Butter Biscuits.
OILS AND SPICES.
Genuine Near Oileans Molasea, Sun.
Extra Syrups, Supars. Oflee,
Rice, Teas. Candles,
TOBACCOES AyD SEGARS
Hoes and Hakes, Grass Hooks,
Trowels and Mops. Oil
Cloths, Willow Ware,
Fish, Salt and
May fh, 16fJ.tjf. ;
Tb time er hard you'd lik u,
liow yon may va your lolUr
Ilia way to do it I will show,
If you will rad what follow.
A man who llrsd not far from litre
Who workd hard at hi trade ; '
Bitt had a household to tupptyt,
That iquandered all ha inado,
I mct,hlm one, y h. "my friend
1 look threadbare and rough '
I've tried to get myaclf a suit,
Hut can t save up enough.
Say I, nay friend, how much hav youf
I'll tell you where to go,
To pet a mil that' sound and ehean
He took what little h had
And went to ltclzeiiateiii A lirotlienl
Ann mere ne goi a nanuaouie mit,
for half be j aid to othar.
Kow he Is home, be look iu wall ;
And their eHoct ii uch,
That when they take their daily mea'.j
7uey don't eat half o much. '
And now he find on Saturday night
With all their want supplied ;
That he ha money left to spend,
And om to lay aside.
HI good success, with cheerful taiila,
Ue gladly tell to all;
Tf Vnil'd HV. llfnnAV . anil k
Vour clothe at Kclzeiisteiu Clothluelhj
Where the eheaneiL finest. nrl ht m,i.:l
and good furniihing goods can bs had to u,l
yery wu ana in CTory style.
April ii, isoo-tt.
(Store one dcor East of Clearfield Eouh,)
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
Keeps on hand a full assortment J
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
Shirts, Linen and Woolen under Shirlif
drawers and iock, neck-tie, pocket handkul
chief glorei umbrellas, bat Ac, in great raricttl
UI piece Uood lie keeps tie beat Cloth of tl
"shade and colors, such as
BLACK DOESKIN OF TIIE VERY
best tDHice, fancy Cassimer in great variey!
cbilla. and Fricott over coating, all of'
rnicti will be sola Cheap lor Cash; aoil
made up according to the latest Styles bjj
Experienced Workman. Also A ten I fori
ClearnelJ co., for 1. M. Singer, C- Co , cel
ebrate! Sewing Machines. II BRIDGE.
Clearfield, Penn'a, Jov. 1, 18f5.-tf.
PETER A. GAULIN
AND GENEHAL CLOTHIER
Graham's Row, over Naugle's Watch ill
Jewelry More, Market Street,
The subscriber having permanently loca
ted himself in the Hornunh nf CIparfioM I
has delei mined toengapein the busiuestofl
I iniend to keep constantly on bands
full assortment of Cloths. CniimerM
Satinetts, and Vestings.of the best qual-1
lty nna latest styles, trbich 1 will
Ma n ii f act tire
to Order, to suit custnmnra. nn thnrt
notice. Particular ottention will be paid
to Cuttinc and Fitting (ientlemeti'a.KoY.
and Childrens Clothing ; and in fact,
everyuiii.g pertaining to this
BRANCH OF BUSINESS.
A liberal share nf nutilin nntrnnnca is
therefore, respectfully solicited, and I
wnuiu auvise an, to give mo a call before
purchasing elsewhere any goods in my
line. p. A. GAULIN.
Clearfiold, May 16th, IRCG-tf.
MRS H. D. WELCH & GO.
Uaye Just Received Their
Spring and Summer Goods,
Which Wire rurchAsnil riurlntv t Y hmmiiI
elioe, and therefore are enabled to tell very ckeap,
Consists in partof Merinos, Alpacas, Top
lies, Wool, Armure, and common De
laines; Prints, Ginghams, Shawls, Hoods,
Hosiery and Gloves,
Nubias, Balmoral and Hoop Skirts, Flan
nels, Lades' Cloth, Sheetings. Muslim,
Towoling, Tichine. Sontacs. Breakfast
Shawls, Capes, Ac. Also an assortment of
Among which are Hats, Bonnets, Feath
ers, Ribbons, Flowers, Laces, Frames, .
Mali ness, Velvets, Silks, Crages, Berages,
Veils, eta, and a largo sioclc of
Including China, Bronze, Tapier Maeh
Tin, Koeewood, Glass, Pewter, Wooden,
Parian and Candy Toys.
Such ns romaues, Oils, Bandolina bloom of
youth and Paints, Bouge, Lilly While 4c.
Thankful for past favors, we solicit a con
tinuance ot the kind patronage of
the people of Clearfield Co.
BtaJ-Rememher the place Second Street,
"xtA""rlti"t National Bank. Dee. 30, '64
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Th underslirned i
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In the manufacture nf all kimtanr U',.i..
at their new Factory, on Ilell Run, in Teain tp'
TIIE CM K 1)1 NT. AM) I-'ULLIXG
Butine will also receive especial attention at
our hand. The r'blic are invited to iv us a
call, or adJrc us by loiter, when all inquiries
will be answersd rnmpt!y. The Tost Offina
sddres of T11R tkl.lS KV WOOLKS FAC
TORY il Uraki'uh Hit i s, Clsarnsld co., Pa.
JAJlbS JOIIXSON A 60S S.
Tena tp., June 4, 1860-0 mo.-pd. .
CI EOROK FALK take thl msthod of Inform
T in the watKrnion nf fin. rS. 1.1 n.. .v.i
be ha refltud and reopaned tb hotel formerly
r(.i of c. ccnreiaer, al loxrslown, where ne
will take especial nnini in mnil,r A.i.r.Aii.... a
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all who f?or him with their patronage.
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QCUl Moul11 1-Apsnla wanted for ix ra-
tT?Flf firu nIA M rfixa. lint nni 1JJ .
O. T. QAREl, City Unildinf , Biddeford. Me.
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