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WItIrAT MnBMMI. '" fT t. 1T0.
now it) m:ri.rMn the t hi n n
Till. AM 111.
Let Annie hur on rlhlma le, el M
And Fnni :i "n rin I M
Grace aerilb' ' chanre of ilrrse, !i0 IM
On. ark and fancy trm;. I 0"
Let Julia from her neit new euit,
On laee-trlmmed ruffle apare ; 3 AO
Tli time required on mirh to flute,
Let it be apcnt in prayer. Ilkniiig'jr
Let Meedamee A. B. C. and D.
Their himaehiild watch with care,
And nT. from wult I theft I one ounce of tea.
On needleee luxury epere. I JO cent per
Let Kate nd Roee each lke her turn,
With their wiee ma'e enneetit,
Eeh for one week, three dollar eirn,
(A Bridget loft in lenl).
Let MarT one with June forego
Their plraaant rerrinirc driie, Inure 1 :M
And help der lialer Alibi new, earn $i.0")
Tbui uve and double live. 10 00
Let 8rh wateh the "Sunny Fide,"
That make her hueliaml free.
And when he join next groom and bride
Receive and give the lee. 6 00
Let Ruaie aave her fun with enre,
To eerve next winter'! oold,
And guard her dree from Main and tenr
That be mar give her golil. 20 00
Let Linie ilop and think again,
Ere she ounclndei to buy ;
"Tin diamond' cost micht aave lout men!
I'll fie it price and try." 600 00
OLD TIMES AND NEW.
It will be remembered by most of
our gray-haired readers that prices of
farm produce were very low from
1825 to 1830. There was little mon
ey in tho country, and that vca main
ly kept out of general circulation.
The following statement of tho prices
of slock and produce, as well as the
rates of wages, is believed to be bo
low rather than above tho general
In the spring of each of these years,
good working oxen, from four to six
years old, wore sold from forty-fivo to
fifty-five dollars a pair; if they wcro
older, forty dollars was conmdercd a
large price. The 6amo cutllo would
have sold iu the spring of 1809 for
from $200 to $250 a pair.
At the same time, cows of tho best
quality were worth about eighteen
dollars, while ordinary animals bro't
from twelve to fourteen ; and, taking
them together, the native cows were
quite as pood as tho name erndo of
cows now. In the full, tho same qual
ity wero Bold for eight and ten dol
lars. In 18f9, theso cows would
have sold in the spring for sixty and
eevontv dollars, and in the fall for at
least fifty nearly five times as much
now as then.
Good ox -beef sold in the fall or 1829
for three dollars and twenty-five cents
a hundred, dressed, and common cow
or small steer beef for two and a half
and threo dollars. The same ani
mals now would havo sold respective
ly for fourteen nnd say ten dollars.
Calves in tho spring of these years,
could be bought fur two and two
and a half dollars a head, and at
the bcighth of the season veal sold for
two cents a pound for the fore, nnd
throe fur the hind quarters. Calfskins
wero thon but six cents a pound.
Lambs would weigh olivo fifty lbs.,
and from that np to seventy, wcro
sold by the season for one dollar i
Lulter, the very best, went to fiim
ilios for a JCcw England shilling a lb.,
and in Juno, when feed was flush, it
brought ten to twelve cents. Cheese,
in 1829, sold for five cents a pound ;
pork, at the same figures; nnd eggs
not tar from ten cents a dor.cn.
Potatoes sold for twelve and a half
cents a bushel; corn, at fifty cents;
oats, not over twenty-five ; cider at
the mill, about fifty cents a barrel
and good winter apples at twenty-five
cents a bushel.
. 1. -. I I i i i .
ju me uinor nana, good help was
hired for six, seven, and eight dollars
a month and board men who would
do a quarter more work than those
who nsk and get twenty-two and
twenty five dollars and board now.
The day began at sunrise, and lasted
till sundown and generally the cows
were milked before sunrise at thnt
Good women to do honse-work
could then bo hired for fifty cents a
week girls thnt would do as much
in one day as at least three wish to
do now, besides being trusty and hon
est. Lady school teachers, well cdn
catcd, taught during the summer for
the same price, and men teachers in
the winter at from five to six dollars
a month for beginning, and from eight
10 twelve dollars thereafter, and not
onfrcqnently they had from seventy
five to eighty scholars osth ; and, in
addition to instruction given in the
various branehos then langhl, they
not unfrequently ruled the homo rundc
writing books, and always niado the
goose-quill pen, besido setting the
copies, that numbered sometimes fifty
each day.Ifi-arih and Jlnme
How to oft Bin Crops. .As a rnlo
farmers are much moro ambitious to
get big prices than big crops. There
are few farms whoso average produc
tion could not be doubled in a very
short time by moro capital than labor.
It is snfer to use capital in fanning
than in nlmost any other business.
The credit of tho plough is quite ns
good as that of tho loom and anvil ;
and tho capital will come, if it is called
for. Use more manure, and get thirty
bushels of wheat where yon now nly
get fifteen, and eighty bushels of corn
where you now get forty.
The quantity of grain per sere is
mainly a question of manure and til.
lago. A big compost heap iiinkcs a
full grain bin. With high manuring
the soil needs deeper stirring nnd a
gradual bringing up of tho sub soil to
the surface. Wilh the present horse
harrows and cultivators, nearly all the
cultivation can be done by hoi so pow
r, at a great snving expenso and
great increase of tho ctops.
HAYING IN THE AMU
A pcculinrty ilnhgrrou" lindi- in the
Alps Is thnt 'f the "wil.lhcurr," nv
wild hay culler, who gains precari
ous livelihood by cutting tho grass at
nppnrenlly inaccessible spot", which
seem only filled fur tho eyries of the
englo and vulture At many of these
spots the during innn cannot take, off
his cramp Irons tho whulo day, fur he
has to drive thcin into tho ground at
every step. Sad to say, the dangers
of nature aro nut all he bus to contend
with, fur. ero now, many n wild hay
cutter has had to wago desperate fights
with rivals on tho very vergo of an
abyss, whore nn unguarded step would
plungo him into etornity. If tho
weather bo favorable, each man may
bring homo a hundred weight of bay
a tiny, llo gains by this threo or
four francs. If stormy weather occur,
howovor, tho wind, which often howls
furiously over tho heights, frequently
carries off tho mow n swaths, scatter
ing them far nnd wide,nr clso swollen
rivulets wash them away. When the
hay is cut, it has to bo removed to a
moro convenient spot ; and this pin t
of tho work is not ii whit less danger
ous than mowing it. If tho wall of
tho rock bo not too high, tho hay cut
tor throws tho liny down in a not,
and descends unburdened to gather
it. Should tho rock, however, bo over
grown wilh underwood or timber,
ho hits to carry tho crop on bis shoul
ders down puths which frequently
scarce allow him to set one foot bo-
fore tho other. His greatest peril
is when his burden is caught in some
projection of tho rock, and he is tup-
pled over tho precipice. If ho descend
in safety, he piles up tho buy in the
open air, trusting to tho honesty of
bis neighbors, and protects it by driv.
ing poles weighted with largo stones
into the ground. It only too often
happens, though, that tho poor fellow,
when he goes at winter timo to get in
his stock, finds it moro than half de
voured by the mountain hares. When
tho paths are thickly coverod with
snow, the wild haymaker ascends the
mountains, with his sleigh, ties down
the hay upon it, and thon starts homo
ward over the frozen surfaco at light
ning speed. Wondrous is tho skill
with which be finds a way nlonir the
ravines and beneath avalanches that
threaten to crush him at any moment.
Accidents constantly happen. In
deed, such a man never leaves his cot
tage without bidding his wife and
children farewell forever. But in
spite of this, the foolhardy fellows
seem to court danger fur danger's
sake, and think nothing of dashing
homewards in a "bee-line" over preci-
pices ana ravines, trusting to their
good genius to save thera from the
abysses which yawn to engulf them.
And all tin for the chance of e..rn.nff
at ItlOSl, hail a Crown a day lor two
months of the year!
Do Farmers Study Enough?
Tho Buhject of ngriculturo i one
that demandx fully as much attention
at the hands of tho rending puhlic as
it pets. Indeed no llicino presents
iteelfthat in fraught with more real
import, so fur as ropards our pros
perity, than tho wanls of tho agricul
tural world. What wo mean hy
attention, is a studious, cnrcful search
for tho lent way of accomplishing
certain desired results, not a superfi
cial investigation of some theory
merely for tho purpose of treating
difTcreneo and provoking discussion.
Tho day ha 8 happily passed when
being a farmer in synonymous with
being a blockhead. It requires some
thing more than mere physical st renglh
to keep up with tho advance of the
ago in farming ns well as science.
Many of tho systems of years ago arc
no moro npplicahlo to tho demand of
to-day than would bo an ox team to
run an opposite freight lino across
tho riiiins. Tho farmer who reads
much, and reads that much with care,
is the ono who stands in advanco in
intelligence nnd prosperity.
Rcienco can aid tho farmer in raising
wheat or corn just as much ns it can
aid tho miller in grinding it ; and the
scienco to be applied in agriculture is
nothing more than a study of the com
position of soils nnd tho properties
that nre grown from them by ccrtuin
A Thought rou Farmf.us. A great
mistako is frequently mado by many
who, as soon as their wheat is har
vested, turn in nil their stock nnd let
them tramp nnd brouso till winter sets
in, when tho clover has no top and
next to no root, nnd is very likely lo
bo winter killed. In tho spring the
farmer takes a walk over his future
meadow, and is surprised to find that
the clover is nenrly all dead, and ho
does not know what to do, ns "that
field was pretty badly run, and need
ed tho clover to bring it up." A bet
ter pla.i than this, nnd ono that has
almost always proved successful wilh
tho writer, is to sow in the spring
just as soon ns the old snow is cone,
about fivo quarts (if the land of ol hers
needs more, or six times more than
this, bo sure nnd sow it without fail,)
per acre, then immediately sow gyp
sum ai tne rnicol one bushel per acre ;
do not fail of sowing the gypsum un
less you liavo proved thnt it does no
good on your land. When the wheal
is harvested, do not he in a hurry to
turn in tho stock nnlil tho clover hns
made a good growth, if it takes till
tho next year. Inordinary years.it
will furnish considerable (all feet), and
then lenve a good coat for winter pro
A Wispnnsin jmper rlaitns that the
u'nt.. .1.. .... J
v., mo urnmnn Wvlla in tllO i
town of Spnru in so clinrir.-d withclrc-'
lr!..ilv ll . I . I . t""""'"1 I
tuiiij lllltl ICIfgrnjili irc insrilOtl
in it neod no otber Mtcrv.
flitf CooiU, "i om If , fir.
Ill ! t 1
C L V. A 11 1" I K L 1, Pa.
Dealers In all kinds of LUMBER, Dry
Goods, Groceries, &c.
?K iil.crlWi hurlnff entered Into partner-
hip for the fiirpnM of tarrying on tbe
tiiinci of Mcrrbandiplng. now offor a jj'-od
nnd rara opportunity to tha cittirm of Clrar
field and adjnininc ennnHfti tn ny itnra goodi
at whole W or retail prlcea, (bit will a'tnntih
the uninitrurted. Thir good will be partiou
Inrly teicctrd to luit thii market. Every lady
will, therefore, rill the attention of ber hnahand
to th la fact, befau tie thii branch of our buntneai
will receiTe ppeolal attention, and everything
needed Id a well regulated bouiehold will at all
timet be found tn our itore.
Our itoek of Pit Y f.OODK hatl not bo rur
pnMed, either tn quality or price, and will em
bnice, in part, Trlnti of every ttyle, Oinghemv
and Lawns of every quality, tlunlini of every
grade, De Lalnei adapted to the tantei of (be
old and young; and every article of iny kind of
good they eel I Ii to be at represented, and war
ranted to give eatltfaotion,
Ai to Dn lM .OOI-we have a fplcndid
assortment of Alpaear, black, white, and In col
or; nnurep, Pllki, and tn ehort all the newest
styles In the market W dtslr this fact to
become krowo to every person In the county.
With our new and extensive stock of DHES9
GOODS, the Indict ran all be tutted by just
dropping In and getting a nice dress pattern,
lace set!, kid gloves or by doing tbst which Is
belter : give her a well-filled purse, and she will
find good and pay in Investments In ambroid
eriet, edgings, ribbons, gloves, hosier, or any
other household necessiiiea.
And In addition to what w bar. alreelj
enumerated, w, keep all kind of Cl:TI I
MF.N'M ttr.AK-mrb Cloth. Cautmere,,
8atlnett, Tlau, Boot and Shoe. Ac. beilde,
ale ueorlment ol Made up t I.IITIIING
Tor Men and Boy, ntanufartnred out ot the eery
beat material, which . will lell (or cub or
exchange for eountry produe at prlcea which
will aiionisb everybody.
Wa are now largely engaged in buying and
filing MatUAKi; TIMKI H and menoftc
tared Ll'Ml.ER, and will give tbli branch of
bubinesi tpeelnl attention, and therefore make It
an object to every one who has Lumber to sell to
come and deal with ns.
GROCERIES & HARDWARE:
W. iball alio keep eonftantly on band a
general anrtment of .HK :IU'.. and
II AltlHVARI-:, which we will aell at exceed
ingly low price. W alo keep a full aor:
ment ol (U t tNU Rl- Tl I department
will b kept full and complete, and ell wbo
ooMemptate housekeeping, will God It tu their
advantage to eome and trad with u; because
w nr iuild. and, from tunf experience in
,l" ""'"". "ell acquainted with ih want
"d """'" " "iiy, tb.t .. f.et
retUBed II every man woman and child inly
mak u , point u huf .h,ir gvoit rom f
; can ile ibem both u to quality and pric.
Therefor, enme along and buy your BOOTS
.f shoes, hats a caps, ready-made
CLOTHING, and trerything yom ooed to ren
der journelrei and familUi eomfWUble, from
JAM KS Jl. GRAHAM k SONS,
net n.EAtFIELn, P. J
P. T. I.
"For thy Stomach's Sake and thino
other Infirmities." St. Paul.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
Venfn. pure, plenMtit and health (jiving Tonie
Hrietlr vegetable, and mnutrtitred from
the mn.t pure and ehoiee wileril i not a fpiril
drink nor aubMitue for wliitilj, but a eeientifie
compound, for the protection of the Bvelrm and
the rot of dioraee, male from ehrmirallr pure
epirlt, entirely free from fu.il oil or other irrita
ting properties and nill not di.agree or offend the
moat delirnle atomach. A long private experi
ence has altmted ill
Superiority over all Ordinary Remedies.
No Bitter at present offered to the publir
contain o much medirinal virtue, and yet eo FaTe
and plearant to take. It' oic i to curr diwaFp,
and It will not create an appetite for 'pirituoui
lirpiftra, but will cure the etWta of diipntton.
To incrraw tbe Appetite, I'SK IT.
To promote Iigciiti.n, I'lSK IT.
To cure ITtp"p-ia, VFE IT.
To rtire Fever and Ague, FSK IT.
To cure I.illif.nnri, VSK IT.
T cure f onHipatiun, CfE IT.
To cure Chronic MarrlWa, I'SE IT.
To cure Heart burn, ICE IT.
To cure FUtnlrtipfl, I'.E IT.
T cure Anid Eructation, I'SE IT.
To cure NrrrnuK tJi'bilitjr, 1E IT.
To cure I!.Tpcbnnrlria, 1K IT.
To cure H.il hi w new. of Complexion, USE IT.
Tn cure Pimplrn and l.ltiti'hm, I'SE IT.
For tlcneral Prnt ration of the
TriMM'-al power., I'SE IT,
anj it will cure you.
Pol 1 every whrre, t f 1 .00 per boltle, Mann
fart u ml rxrlimivrly by
A. I. SUA W,
Who oftVr liWral inducement to the trade.
O.-t. V. lsCP lf.
It. 1$. TAYLOR'S
LIME AND COAL YARD,
(Near tbe Hail mud Depot,)
C I I.Utl II I I, M NS'A.
IrVIUtACr thin a.fthnd of Infom'tr,,? thr
piMie, thnt 1 buve opened np a yard for the
Hie of wood or ennl-ttiirnl I IMKnnd Anthracite
I'll I 1 a. ..a- ai . a
completed rrfmjrrnieht with eastern dealer by 1
inn nnriiiirn ii 1 irano in, nnn nate -
I eTn aw i. luit .tii.tlr ecn.tnnllton han
wbirh will l.e di.non-d ol ai re.ann.l.le r.le. I..
J!T '"' ' ' "' r '""H' "'" r"p"l'""'r"
Thn.e al a li.lanee e.n aildre.. nr by letter, and
obtain all neeeaaary inlormalinn he ri-ti.rn mail.
nttM r i , vunt.
H. F. N AUQLE,
CLOCK AM) MATCH MKLR,
MMIR uhrrtber rerpectlully Infurmi bli oU
I pHtrnni and the f ublic genera Hy. that he
La on hend, (and Ii e.atanll y rereivinf new
addllUm tbervto.) t larfte itoek ot
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry,
-cT I keep Jewelry In all Iti forme and of
diiicrcnt valuee, either by the piece or set.
WATCIIKS A full a-iortu ent of either tlold
or Silver, made hy the hnt Anerlcao and for
eign menuiaeiuren, includinfr a fine lot of (fold
and eilver buollnf caie, lull Jeweled. Patent
CldOCKB Of all deitfrni, eooiitin( ofelftbt
day and thirtT-hour, of either weight, epriog or
lever, and both itrike and alarm.
ItEPAIRINO. All kinde of Watcbei and
Clock! Hepaited, and warranted.
In addition to what I heve enumerated, I keep
a full aeiortioentof hPKOrACLtH, colored and
plain frlain. A lo, (101,1) PKNS end PENCILS.
SPOOLS, FOUK. BU ITKIl KNIVES, and In
fact eTerythinfr tn the Jewelry line. If I fail to
here on hend iuit what a euMomer may need, 1
will order per first eiprei, wlthouteitra charge.
A libenil Fhnre of puhlic patronnpr t anliritud.
May 7, iSfttt-y ii. V. NALULE.
READING FOR ALL! I
BOOKS ( STATIONERY.
Market Mt., Clearfield, (at the Toat Oftire.)
fMIB underpinned befci leave to announce to
X tbe citiicne of Clearfield and vicinity, that
he bat fitted up a room and bai Just returned
from the eity with a Urge amount of reading
metier, roniiating in part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Hooks,
Blank, Account and Pan Book of every de
irrintion i Pnper and Envilope, French prened
and plaint Pen and Pencil ; Blank, Leffal
Pipen, Uoedi. Mortppe; .ludfcinent, Eiemp
tlon and Promiesory notei While and Parch;
ment Brief, Lfal Cap.Hecord Cap, and Bill Cap,
bheot, Muiie for either Piano, Pluto or Violin
eoninntlyn hand. Any books or itatlnnery
deiired that I may not have on hand, will be or-
ordered hy flret exprese, and iold at wholesale
or rvtail to uit eutouicrt. I will also keep
periodical literature, luob a Mifitnet. ow
piper, Ao. P. A. UAL'LIJI.
Clearfield May 1, IfloS tf
OX SECOMJ STREKT,
Clear f.( Id, Pa.
NEW GOODS AT LOW FEICES,
PTinE anderelsned rerneetfullT Inrlt lb el
X tenlion of the rnllie itenerallj to their
plendid anrtoant of merehandite, which thee
,rc now aetiinf
aT vehy low rmcEs.
Their atoek eonaliU tn part of
Dry Goods of the Best Quality,
Such a Trim, I lilcr. Alraeca. Merino,
Ulnfrnaoi,mitlina.thlea'bed and nnbleacb
ed.) I)rl I lir r, Tirklnr. cotton and
wool Flannel. Fattnr tie, Cae.imerea,
Cottonade, l.adie' Hhawla,
Nubia flood., Balmoral
and Hoop Mtirt. Ac.,
AIbo. a fine apnrtoient of Men' H rawer and
Snirt, UaU Cap, Boot It boe.
all ol which
SOLD LOW FOK
Hardware, QueenEware, GlasEware,
Groceries and SpiceB.
!N SHORT A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Of eeerTtblnr nnllj hepl In a retail itore, all
CHEAP FOBCAHU or approfed eonntrj pre
A. K. WRIGHT ei tOSS.
Clearfield, Not.t , 18(17.
fMI-:TlllKG M: At.AII
C. D. WATSON
Wiehe to inform bia old friend and tbe public
grnerallr that he baa orened un a new
Drug, Confectionery & Tobacco Store,
In Li old aland, oppoaile th Court Hint
FKCOND ST., CLEARFIKLD, PA.
His atork I all new, fre.b and of the rer beat
qnalltj, and will be ld cb.ip for CASH 01
approved Conntrj Troduee.
If yon want pore Inifend Patent Medicine,
If yon want Ccnrertloncrlri, Canned Frnlta,
Ticklel and Jelliea, 'nta, Ae.,Ae.,
Go lo WATSON'S.
If yon want th beat R nailed Ci ffre, Ea.tnce ef
Coffee, Ppicea of all kinda, cheap,
Go 10 WATSON'S. j
If yon want Taney A Toilet Sopa, Flarlnj
Eatraet, Ae., le , b aure to
Go to WATSON'S.
If yon want Farcy Dye Color, Clark' be
chine Thread, Tina, Needle t Notiot
Go to W ATSON'S.
fhew.r and Baokera, If yoi want the Hat la
tbe market, I
Tluy at WATSON'S,
where yon can get Pipe, A Pipe Futaru.
If yon want to jret clear of your tan,
Come to WATSON'S.
If yon wanl to pend few hour of an evening
with yonr friend, come to WATSONS old
tand, where yon can crack not and eat Joke
ntil o'clock, p. an. April 1J,S;
JEW STOIiE AND NEW GOOIH5.
JOS. SHAW & SON
Ilnve jut ojicnoil a
Ni Ptoh, oo Main St.. Ct.tARnti.n, Ti,
lalrly orruplrd lij Wro. F. Hi WIN.
Thpiralotk conauli of
Lt3 LLi T OaCDCDLDS,
GkncrRiri nT lie boet quality,
Qukf-nswahf., Hoots nnd Shoe-
nd frcry nrlicle tircer for
Call and examine pur alock before rur-
rlia.ing rl;hcre. May lfifi-lf.
nir(te Parrtwa, Warebntiee Truekn, Ctinyltig
Prceari, Iinprored Money Itrawer, Ae.
ron Lr. nr
II. F. 15 1 0 L E U & CO.,
lralcrn In llarrlnare.
tnrli.KI TO tf Peconil SlrecL riM.r..n l.
"0 MV (MX HOOK."
AVIXd pnrilin.ed tbe entire .f u-tt of wonil.
al the old etand of Kirk A s. 1
h. hi eooun:ie mo nu.ine. aa lier.lor,,re.
My motto I. to aell "rttnAp ron rn.H
Thank injr nnr Mend and en.lomee. for t.n.t
n.trnnnse, I aolirll a eeutiiiuance .,i ,hr ,,,
Lumber r..r,S,P..! ,r. k"iK'
oimrttii nnd '-Otii (hint f hop.
. 9. am. t. t'n ai
DOYNTON &, YOUNG,
l'Ot'NDKIJS k MACHINISTS
TORTABLE & STATIONARY
Corner of Fourth and Pin Strode,
(M'.AKI ll l.n, PA.
nAVIN'O enirneed In the tnnnufarture of flrt
cla MACII INKKY, we repeelfully inform
lb public that we are now prrparrd to fill all
order aa cheaply and a prouiptlyas can b. done
In any of tbe citie. We manufacture and deal in
Mulny and Circular Saw-Hills,
Head Block., Water Wheel., Bhiiftin; Pulley.
Gilford' Injector, Hteam Gauge. Steam Whiitlo,
Oilera, Tnllow Cup., Oil Cop, U.uje Cock, Air
Cock., Globe Valve, Check Valve, wrouxht iron
Pipe, Hiram Pump, Boiler Feed Pump, Antl
Frietion Metre, Sop Hlono Paekinjr. Gum Pack
ing, and all kind of MILL WOliK; together
wilh Plow, Sled Sole,
COOK AX D PA liLOIi STO I'L'S,
and other CASTINGS of all kind.
r-Ordera aoliriud and filled at city price.
All letter of inquiry wilh reference to machinery
of our manufacture promptly aniwered, by addrca
inf a at Clearfield, Pa.
dci tr nov.vTON a vorso
a. 1.. R.i.
J. f. Wearer,
cj. iu iti:i:i a, co.
'T'llE proprietor re,ectfullriufonn tbe citl.cn.
-a- of ClearlirM county, that they bare entirely
refitted Ibia eatauli.hucnt wilh the laleal iinprorvd
wood working narbinery, and are now prepared
to eiecute all order, in their line of huiiorea.
Tbey will fir repeeial attention lo the menufao
ture of material for houee building, rarb aa
FLOORING, WEATHER-BOAR jING,
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
OF ALL STYLUS,
TTe alwiyi hare oo hand a large rtnek of MIT
H'.MIlKR.ind will ny ra-h for all clear Laubrr.
One-an da -half inch panel Huff prefrnrd.
Lumber Manufactured to Order,
Or exchanged, to euit euilomera.
L-Ordin aulicltcd, and Lumlwr furniilied 01
ihort notice and on naaonaMe tr-raii.
o. l. iu;i;d a co
riearflfld. Not. t, fi7.
IIom" lo Navo Ionry.
TUP tine are hard ; yim'd like to know
How yoa niy aare your dollar i
The my tn do it I will ihnw,
if yoi will read what followa.
A man who lired not far ! here,
W ho worked bard at fail traria.
Ihit bad a hnuifhold to euppnrt
That iquaitdered all be made.
I wet bin once, fiiye ha, "My friend,
I nk thread bear and roifh (
I've tried to get mytwlf a mil,
Hat can't lata up enough."
Say T, my friend, bow much bare yon 1
I'll tell yoa where tn go
To get a mit that' aoand and cbeap i
To HKii'.KNMLIN A Co.
He tnik whal little he bad tared.
And went to Heitenitein A Broth en',
And thrre be got a handiome euit.
For half he paid to otber.
Xnw be Ii home, be innki ao well.
ttid their effect I turn,
That when they take their dttily noal,
They don't eat half ae aiacb.
And now be find na Fatartley night.
With all their wnt euppiied.
That he hat wtnney left to apond,
And ome to lay and.
Ilii good eaeceia, with cheerful smile.
He gladly telli to all.
If you'd pare money, go and buy
Yoar clothe at
hKIZE.VSTKIK'8 CLOTniXQ BALL.
Where th rhcapeit, flnem and bent Clnihini
and good Faminhing (loodi nan be bad to rait
erery taate and in erery ityle aprll, ('
EDWAlil) l'KKKS& C0.,
And lealer i.
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
i rn.L si rri v or Fi.nrn.
U ( till. and ( lltil' oon.i
lor .aJe at rate rcmnrkablr lo
Markat 8t., eaut of the Allefrhfn.T lluia.
( XI.AKI IU II. PA.
IK EE P nn hand all kind of Eurnitnre, In paid
or hy the uncle article. Th in nMMl ot urn
atliclr of Furniliirr, Will find it to their i'rrrt
In rail and et amine my ftnek, wlii- h I will m II
vert low fur eneh or exchange tor iinltlr luutWr.
t harlj. l.l, pa,, A '; ' r ifl-H,
KK M) rIN(.l 111
MATCHES TO LIGHT THE WORLD 1
The uti.lcr.ipniMl ha eecurrd the alc ri(;lit to
menufar!ure mid et ll in thia cottntr the
ci:i.i:iii;ati:I) atf.r rnour match,
which i ft itierrliii( etery mhi r mat. h n-w
nia.le. Mav be enakeil in water fnr an moiiiha
anil will ipnlie aa remlilr a. thuw kept in a ar,
and are ju.t a. clin-p a. anr nia'tc. tr.lcr. .i.lic
lled and prempltr Hl-d M, a. I, In n i. l.u lr.
lure. t'li-nrtirld cunl, Ta.
Jel Jm pd JACOII . CnriP.
"'1 U 'k. Marinf pnrrha-e.l the liilrn-M of
XI . lui.ueniMTerr. r... In the l.ii.n,, ,.
lieretfire rarried ua I r Ihe firm name n) J. A. )
iM..irni- i(iT " . ice ..me Will he cin'tiietefl
lieretler under the n.wie of Muahanaim Land and
I. nniher l''eipiuv. 'Stnne.)
II. II. tillll.l.lMH iiltl), .Kills I.WlsllK,
eI-''lf rrreident. tleneral Kup'l.
rpilKCKI.r.nll ATF.lt lll('HA1:t?nX MhhTS,
.1 1 - arlal Kip ., on.
Frfneli K ip f, uo.
French Call A Oft.
(Opjioeiie Jotl.il.mf Al C. kllATH:K S.
t u n a A Vtnllrinf.
it i: M o v a le.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
i) n u (; i I s t s ,
.Vnrkil Stmt, tltarflild, .
IVR hff Uava to Inform nar oM and nw
I f rvrl'-mrri. that w havt rt oiovrd our
lultlirlimrnt lo tha Fprinui naw hniMinK jnt
frfftrti nn Marked airrf-t, naarlv adjoininf thv
Mrlon Hfiie on tha mwK, and opponlla Mrr.
(Jrnham t Honi' iiora; whara rfpactfully
InTlta (he pullie tt (Mima and buy their
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
OILS. PAINTS AND VARNISHES.
Our itoek of Pruy and Mfidlrlnoi eonniit of
vfrything uted, acleotfd with tba' greatest
W AIR ANTED STRICTLY PURE!
Wa alo lt-p a full Btork of Dyrt, rarfumerlea,
T-iilM artielfi tap. Tooib Hravhfi, Jlair
ttruKh!. Whitewnnh llruihei, and a vary otber
kind Hruhir. c hara a larpe lot of
WHITE LEAD, TURPENTINE,
Flailed Oil, Paint, and In fart ererythinir
ird ir the paintinK buiineii, which wa ellor at
City prlcei to oah buyari.
Ton A CCO AND SEOARS,
Confeelknery, Ppln, and tho intent itoek of
rarletifi arer offi-red in thii rlan. and warrant
ed to be of tbe bait tba Market afford
J. ii, HAKTSWfCK,
N-ir. M, 188. JOHN F. IKWIN.
For all dieai Incident tn Honor, Cattle, and
Human Fifth, requiring the oia ot bd
Thia Emhrraiion wai aitamircly mod by
the oarr naot rtoKng tbe war.
Fur eale hy Hartiwick A Irwlr, Clearftetd.
Joivpb K. Irwin. Curwanivilla. laniel Mood
tanrfttr. Lo:tiribura if
LAXD AXD LIMBER COMPAW
INDUCE M EXTS
Purchasers of ChoiceCoods
To suit tho timesl
nc,la. mt 11. ITn.
Curwensville Marble Yard.
D l!S MUM S of extruding my lUHne. nd
knowing there e.in te no hij:inr tribute
ot re pre! to t-l1irr of llie rirrMfrd nnd
tinned fini.tli, thrin to rrrt orer Ihnr narrw
home a ernlpturrd lah of enduring ma lilf., ibv
point )iirrrr to the rrnhlig plare nf thone we
hive; 1 heg lrnve to av to all who wi-h to pViow
their an-iion fur their dcpnrtrd triendti and
kiKdrrd. Hint the ern now hnre an onportwnilv
ot d'niig n, hy enlhng at mv Sh p nn Tiiompi'in
treet, Curwf-nM illn, 'a., aa 1 am reparvi to
fiirni-h lo or-b-r.
MON V Ml'. NTS,
C'llA I'LE k POX TOM Its,
liKAI) STONKS, Ac,
of any denicn or iie, at rrnftonil.tr mr.
N. H I t-ep n Imnd ihe I orrlcn mid
Itimra1lr Hlarbll. All n-a rxef-ntrnl in the
Pt kMtnl niNi ner. I will alo d liver wr-fc
tn an point in Cli-arfu Id or a.ljointne cnnntic. if
dcre l. W M. II. Cul.li I HX.
( uwenr ille, Oct. n, mcu tf.
J. E. WliHJLEY r.KO.,
ttnrtng ptirchaaed the ahnp and f. ttur. nf W R
Mel'her"). would tnlr.rm the cil in nr of Clear
flrlil and Tifiinly that thry rt kl 1 imir pr
f-nrrH tn furnmh
Fresh Beef, Voal, Mutton, 4;
at Tit i.naarr ra aarr.
A lilieral eb.ee nf piiMIr p.trnnare i reapeetfnllT
-Cah paid f..r Cltle. Sheep aad 1!....-
ROOM OX MARKET FTRLET.
teaea.ld Pa, .a .?
cw More In MHlsonliiiig!
tn tb riM-ra fnrmtrly o.Tupitd hy P. T. Hgtrty.
L. M. COUTMET
TPAKKM tliii mrth'.d of informing the rilirem
1 tif t'ovinjrii-n, Kariliini, f ir.it d ard 1 1 ur
ri.uiMlniff conntfT. thsl hf hai Juki tiprncrt a tarjrc
nIc.. ot KIM M K It C."l.I-t, wln-h he . (Mer
minrd ti, nil 1 KN (1ST ( II KAIKK than
the Mine quality of .mhhIi can In ptirclinc fir in
anyiiilirr ituro In tbe ncijjlihorbood. Jli itutk
Dry Goods of all Kinds,
Such m Raiinetli, fai imrrf. Mnilin, IMainoi,
Linen, Drilling, ( ahem , Triiuutingi.
READY-MADE rLOTHiyO. HOOTS &
MIOKS, HATS & VMS,
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Coffee, Tea, Puifr. II ice, Mulinei, Fih, Sail,
Linteed Oil, Full Oil, Carbon Oil.
Hardware, Quecnsware, Tinware.
Caitinp. Plow and Plow Caatins;., Nail., Fiikea,
Corn (Cultivator, Cidi-r Preaaei, and
all kinda of Axea.
YH. M.T Plowa are of the Curweniville atit
Centre roimiy make, and are warranted to be of
Drugs and Medicines,
Perfumery, Paint. Varnl.b, (lla., and a grnenil
aaxortuicnl of Stationery,
Of different brand. , alwara on band, and will lie
aold at tb. loweat potble fifurea.
BIUNTiY, WINE, OIX 1 I!I.-"EY
SHHO ponnd of Wool wanted for wbicb tbe
biglicet price will be puid.
c I.oviin ki;i.i.
On band and for ale al tbe loweet market price.
AIo, Agent for Wilon'a Slratlonville
t-fall and eeefor Tnnreelrc. Ton will Cnd
errrjlbing asuallr kepi in a retail .tore.
L. M. t'OlTKIET.
Frencbrille P. 0., Jan. J, 1 Still.
Down ! Down I !
THE LAST ARRIVAL
AND OF COi riSK THE CIIF.APEST !
A Proclamation against High Prices!
"VIE are now opening np a lot of the beat aod
Vf mot aeattjuatile (ji-odi and V area rm
offered in thia marki-t, and at prief that remind
one of the ffKd old dnyi of cheap tl.iiift. Thoe
wlio tn-k faiib apun I bin point, or derm our alte
faliout iucrfluout need but
Corner Front and .Market atreets,
Where they ran aee, feel, bear and know for them
aelvea. To full) NndwLand what areebeap ptji,
tlni taunt le done. He do ot dMm it nect-eearv
to onnmerate and iteaiie our atwk. It ii enough
fnr tie to tatc tiiat
We have Everything that is Needed
end eoieutned in thia market, and at nriooe tbal
aetnni.h bulb olil and rnur.t;.
d"J0 J'l.-EI'H FIIAW A FfiN.
3 121V FIOVIS FfjTIII
TI1F otidrr.icned hare ju.t received at llieir
new etand in Uatlaecton, a full euii'r tf
Flour, Feed, Corn Meal, Bacon, &c,
COAL Oil, (at reduced rate,)
A fond article of TOBACCO, CIGARS AND
FMOKINU TOBACCO, o.o.t.ntlr oo hud.
All of wkicli will Iw auld at I.01V RATTP ftir
CAFI1 or (t:ven io eacliatige f.,r FllIXtll.ES and
We reepectfull. ark the ol.lie to fire aa a
trial Mure p.rrhatiug rlaewliere.
J. R. KHAD t
Wnllacetun, April ?, 1 f.0.
C. KKATZER & SONS
ark nv.i'Ki vi xq a sri.F.rirTiK K
Vt L A Ii ft 1 S A .- I) Ol L 1 1 o I Us.
WALL rATEHS-GlLT TATES, ,(c.
lace ithtains, wixriw shade.-
COU XTEKr AXES AND Ql'lLTS.
L1XEX TABLE CLOTHS NAPKINS
LAMES SILK COATS .fOVERisKlRTS
ELE'lAXT SHAWLS k LACE PnlXTS
I AMES' rf- CHILDRIN'S TLIMMFD
11 A IS.
DRESS GOODS AXD TRIMMINGS.
BFST Kin G U iVFS-LADIES' REN
TLF.MtN'.S AM) I II ILDii EN'S.
PLACK AND FANCY SILKS.
FINE PLACK A LTaCAS.
rx FQI" A t.t.r D STOCK I.ADIFS' AND
CIIILDKLN'M SIKi-Jta- UAITCUs.
M tN'S CA LF rf- FKEXC'U KIT P.i rOTS
HEAVY CALF P(H)TS. f5.
M EN'S A N D HOYS' FIN E AN D II E A V Y
CASS1NF.KES VERY CHEAT.
PEST STON E TEA SF. TTS. ti.
AT LO H E
LIPFSU. DFrmov TO THOSE
1'I YINU IN" yt AXni Y.
WOOL M A Ii K ITI XI AXD CorXTRY
riioDl' K WANTED.
rie.rnel.1. June 1(1. 1R.10..
Aow Wine nnd Liquor S.orr.
I. L. FIEIZENSTEI N,
oi.raia m i ra ia
WINES & LIQUORS.
alAliKET FT, CI.EAI FU.Lli, Tl.
.Fiill t.-k of Wiee. Uranr. Oin, H'hl.lr
A 'ebl. elw v. nn hand. Kpecial attention
paid le corin, a pure article fur Scr.mcnll
.no ..cieai purpnera. aprll 7.ll
Miss E. A. P.Rynder7
ChickeHnc'.. Rtemw., ', .n I Pn.ermn Pianna
sn.ith a. M.... A Haatlia'a and IVI.bet , '
Orc.na and Meodrnn.. and flrnr.r A
rtekcr'e Sewin, Maebinee.
ato rtarara or
Pioaa. O.ll.,. Ort... . Vw) Vb
aie. .p.pil h,,., , , ,,B k;rt trr
( learlMd, May 4, l-tt tf.
THF I'KMOCR ATlV" "aT.M Zn".
I'm. 73 note. Ma Mad to
oe et ibe P new
p litHn. f,i? U
Clearfield County Dank
'pilK i'l..r.ld ronnt, l.n ,ti (
1 ltd ln.iilil"n baa ran eat t .l,rhv
Hie lutr.tiderof It rbarler, on M,, ,, '
All It tloek I owned br II:. .it.., , 1,1
will continue th llenklng betlnea at ij' 1
tlc,ae pieete Ranker, eerter tl .tJ1
ol the "Clearlleld t'ouhtf ll.nk." Vt..111
apnn.lble fur the debt of th ltrk, ar.J H
it pot on nemani a the counter. , '' 1
recelred and Inleretl paid when mi.n" i,
.a h.reti.f.... Our ..nnml ....... . 1
ll.al null .
tram rt d. A continuance of ih ir....
... . .,, t, t .
mnign of th but! nee men of tht rfut i a I
fpet-tially nlieied. Ae rreident, I
a.- ....uar.a. v U. I, I J fl,
require the note of tatd Bank to b priw,'
JAB. T. LKONAHD, RICHARD 8I!a
WM mRTKK. JA8. B. OltAliu
1 If U'UtllHT II !. Dbli. 1
y M. A. WALLACK.' '
The bulni.a of tha Bank will te cod duty I
Jono M. Aditni., eq., a taibier. jUB I
J. I. M'liirk. Edward lVrk,
BANKING & COLLECTION EOCd
McGirk & perks.
iKuccciftori to Fofter, Perki, A C'.,
riillipiibiir, Outre Coanty, p.
"11 111; UK all ton hueineei of a Bafekin; HI
f ml' ve tranraata promptly aiiJ u
in out farorn-ile terma tiitr'j
County National Bank. '
THIS Dank la now open and ready fBr 1.1
nen. Office on Hecond itreet, in the li.i,
ifig fnruierlT occupied by Leonard. Finn; i ol
niRarruRe aan ofpicbrb.
IAR. f! OH A HAM, HICIIAKD ElUf
WM A H'ALI.AL'K. WM. FORTHS,
A. K WHIUIIT, OHO. L. HEb'U.
W. M. F1IAW. JAS. T. LEONARD
ju28,(lj C.abier. Pte.4,,1
GREAT EXCITEMENT AT
pVFKTnODY trying to (at thr rt, f.r It I
j j ol being crowded out into tne eold.
It yo. wanl good r-hoeinf done, )ro to Flu,
If you want your Hlec ironed right, go to bin
If yo. want good Mill Iron, go to fciii I
If yon want your wagon iroaed in tbebiat I
etyle and workmanabin, go to Bait. I
IIkkhb makee tbe boat btuonp Mecbin ie a I
folate, and doe all kind of IlLACKr-.VIIIIlv I
a cbe.p a eon be done ia the eownty for Cut I
aly i-ual Uuie addreea I llearneld l;titr,.
Borg, Tp., Dee. It, 16f,7-tf.
Southern Land & EmigratiQil
WASHINGTON, D. C.
"VnOAMZED and c1.l,lihed for tbeTor,,.
and Kaie of Farming and Mineral Um I
and improved Ileal EstaU in Uic Sovtbcr aiau. I
THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Priei
JO. FETEKNR. Vice l're.,.
J. IIEKXY ASK IN, Ttcean
I'recidrnt Fonrtb National Bank of Pbildelptiia.
JIHIN KOhlllF. ferret. r.
TIJOri. C. MAt'lJltVt ELU"
A ttoroey and Counaelir.
Ofbce: TV'arbinrto. Building, Corner beter
St., and Penneyltaoia Arcnwe, Wa.bin('ea. b.t
Oar. Jobn T. Hoflir.au. Albany, S. T.
El tifir. M m. ItitrlcT, Clearnrl'd. Pa.
tioe. T. F. Ilandolpb. Trenton. X. 1.
El-tior. Im, F. Packer, W ilhaoai.ort, ?a
(Sc),!. I, f.U-lt
rvVPlRTS to inform hia old friettd tr J eit
1 tomera. thaf having enlarged bia shop atx
iiicreaaad hit (arilitie ftr manyiarrnrire .
! Bf,W rrrr,lT- ,,.tt,,k tootderwcli Pwrnitart a
j '.' ""'"'i m mj iv wmi ( vQsp raw i
iwtnea. na geaarany baa aa band, at fc
Fumttura rooma, a raned ajwortjaaat af raadt
ota it furntura, awiong which art
HrREACS AND PIPE-nOARDS.
Wardrobaaand Baoh-Caaea; Caetra, Sola, Parltt,
nreaktan and Dining fcitasBio Tiblat; Cow ;
on. Frencb-pot,Coiiaty,eenBy Ltnd and otar
0edrtadp ; Frfaa of all kinda, Work-ftaBdi
Hat-raeka, Wah-tt4Uidi ; Rocluiif and Am
Chairt ; aprtng-aat, raaa KoUo, parlor, row
mnn and other Chair ; Lookmg-tilaaaat af avr
deerriptioa m hand ; and mew ylaaaaa for ok
frrniee, which will be pat in o Tery raaerrtab,t
term on nborteat aotiea. He alio kaepi on hat.
or forpifthoa to order, Corn-bask, Hair aad Cat-toa-inp
Corrixg or Evert Ktnd
Made tn order, and funarali atteodad with i
Heiree whenever draired. A lea, Bouaa Paictief
done to e-rder. The aubinriber alao mannfif
larea, ard haa efetnily ca kaad, Ckment'i
Pitent U ariing Marhiwa. the beM aow iw tn
Tboee nig thia tnachma aerer need be witt
nut c'.ean elothe! He alee haa Flyar'i Paten
Cbara, a uphur artieka. A family tuin 1L.1
Churn aerer aed be without batter I
All the a Itore at d many other ariiciet are far
otbed teeuMomenehtaptnr Caaa orazcbanrei
for approved etmntry pnntnra. C berry, aWii
Pnptar, l.tnwnoei and otaer Ln ruber aaitabla fo.
Cahmet work, takea ta irbange for faraaarr
r.Mnember tba ahop it oa Market atreet
ricarfirld. I'a, aad Boarlj opponite tbt'Old Jia
IV i.veo, her 26, 1S2 f
The Lightning Tamer.
THE nndrr.icned are the ai l. Afenta ii tli(
e-net. for the -North American Ualeamari
tKIHTMSii KODS." Taeerare tke.il. ut.
rtida n- w ia oae. and are endoreed b ail tki
eclentine cea to the centre.
. herel j ai.tifr the citiirn, f the eoerl;
that c will pot tueoi on a hetter rod. aad let
Haa Einnee, tbaa la charred h the fereifa
trot who aneaallr traeerwe tbe aoaetj aa
carry oB our little raah, aee.r to retcra.
ENCOURAGE HOME LABOR.
Thoee wi.hine Il:htr,iri Ttod .reeled et
their k.ildin;, weed bat eddreae aa ? letter.
eah i. iterrue. W'e will pot theea wperTwhn
in therountr. end warrant thee. The Itedaer
Mtturre eaa be eeea at any time be ellir ,t
ooran.re. II F. ltIUL.EE A Cv.
Clrarhrld. March S, 1Tt U
StonKuIlfr and Stonc-Maspc.
ILL eieeuie all work la hia lit at eid
? er.le pnr.i and ia FlHf-I-l LA.SS tlt.
Ia Al.t fTYirS. Plena Trewlnf ef erer.
Hearriftien. and all kinda of eaa.cn work eea
eocte fir ia weat.r ihe enwnrr. Arrpeee-r.
wi.hinn tn have resectable aaaeoa work at.d
tone eultirr dene, will and it to their iaterr't
to call upon at I woald are. tnfona the p.
lie that I ran deliver any ejaantltT or elaa af
atone de.irtd, a I aaa th. owoer of a
FIRST-CLASS STONE yl'ARRT
Order, for work eaa he addreeeed e
KAVIP V1 K(J.
":'" Clearteld la.
EXClrilA(tE HOME 1NM STRT.
'pilK andereirned. harlnc eatahli.hed a Kai
1 eerr oa the 'pile, elmst half way betweea
'earpeld and rarwcnaetlle. i. prepared tc fT.
m.h all kinda of t PI IT TKK1..S, (.la.dard a-d
daarl.) Kvrrpreen. Shrubbery, tjrape Vice..
Uim.ibetri!.. la.ti.n lilerkh.'rrr. 8lrwberi
and Ka.berry Vine.. Al.o. t-ibenaa Crab T--tumco.
and early .oriel hhabarh, do. Orcien
proaiptlj alteaded to. Addren,
j. n. trmflnT.
eep.n Corwenariile. Tt
Lime for Sale I
HE nndrraicned. riiline Mar tb it.tm! bf
de Pen I Vl. .rtan A.M.h. I ma
l.iimer. ra.l of the mnunt.in. wherebt he i. en
bled l.. keep rmtanlly on hand a larfre oueolilt .1
r r n 1: l i m e :
which he nffcra tc faTcc-T and builder at a tnfe
Tbnee in aee-l nl Ihe article wcaio d.
w.il lo Bi,T Bie a rail, or addrx-M aie br teller, ke
f"re orCiniaiine thnr lime.
liVil C. rA.f MiiRf.
Clearf.eld. Pa.. June . i,.o
T11F under. e Wr. (nTm the pub
lic that he ia aow lulh pp.rnl toaccowi.ee
d.ie all in ihe wai nl farni-hiu, llneeeo. tn-ies
Se.l.llce and llirneaa. on lb. aaorteol ant.ee aad
on r--.enWr tenuis Re.iq.i,.,n Loeaat elreel,
between Third and Foo'ih
til.i. IT. UEARIIART.
"Moara.ld. April 11. n;