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CLEAB FIELD, PA., JAX. 4, 1865.
Raftsman's Journal Almanac-1 865
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TIME OF HOLDING COURT.
Of each year, and contiDjtwojreeu necessary.
COUNTY AND DISTORT OFFICERS.
Pres'tJudge-Hon. Samuel Linn. iW.e.nte
As te. Judges Hon. J.I' Thompson, t urwerjsv lile
Hon. James K'.ootn, Forrest
Sheriff. . r . Edward Perks. . - Clearfield
Prothonotary. D. F. ttiweiler, - j
Reg. fc Kec. . Isaiah . ISarger . .
Diatriet Att'j. Israel Test
Treasurer.. C Hratter. . .
Co. surveyor. H. B. Wright.
ComJoiiS n ra. Jacob Kami. .
A.ii :.;r s . .
if crreli. .
f F. CV.itr'.et
J W. P.tcer
LI;T OF POST-OFFICES.
Pe-aria - Olen Hone, - - m . Wrl?ht
Utahville, - - - Theodore Weld..
a . . Hesrarty'sX Roads amiiei ni-gariy
Bell, - - - Bower,
.t .... Chest, - - "
u . - - Cush, - -
ti .... Ostend. -Bloom,
- - Forrest - : -Boggs,
- - - Clearfield Bridge,
Bradford, - Woodland, - -Brady,
- - - Luthersburg,
ll - - .TTp.rRfin Line. -
H. L. Henderson.
, James liloom.
R. 11. Moore
BarnEide, - NewWashiugtoni - James (iallaher.
... Burnside. - " ' - 'v ,,n.-
ll ... Patchinville. - - Jck ratcnin.
... East Ridge,
Chest,- - - - Hurd. - -
" ... Mciiarvey, -
... Wcstover. - -
Clearfield, - Clearfield. - -
Covington, - Frenchvilie,
.i ... Karthu3, - .-
rnrm-pnsville Curwensville. -
- Jacob Uoiee.
- i. Torer, Jr.
- Wm McGarvcy
. S A. Farber.
- M. A. Frank
- P. A. Gauiin.
- J F.W. Seiinarr
. T. W Fleming.
Decatur, - Puilipsburg. Centre county, la
.i . . Vest Deeatur, - - r?opbie Uadeuach
.i . . Osceola Mills, . - r. r boiitcr.
Ferguson. - Marron. - - - - E;lm Wilii-mi.-.
Fox - - - - lleilen Pot office. Elk couuty. Pa,.
(lirard. - - - Lcconte's Mills, - Mignot
" ... Bald Hilis. - -Goshen,
- - Snawsville, - -Graham,
- - Ornhamton. - -Guelich,
- - Smith's Mills, -
i .... Mauera, - - -Huston,
- - Tyler. - - -
t ... Pennfield. - -Jordan,
- - Ansonville, - -Karthaus,
- Salt Lick. - -Knox,
- - - New Millport, -Morris,
- - - Kylertown, - -...
Morrisdaic. - -Penn,
- - - Lumber City.t -
a .... Grampian Hills,
Pike, - - - - Curwensville, -
.i . . . Bloouiingville, -fnion,
- - - Rockton, - - -
- William Cirr.
- At B. Shaw.
- Thos. 1L Fureee
- A. i. i'ox
- Cbas. -J. Pu.-ey.
- David Tyier.
- H. Woo Iward
- Kiiia Chase.
- tieo. Hcckadrn
- M. !. -tirk.
- Jas Thompson
- J. C Hrent.er.
- H W. Spencer.
- A. C. Moore
. T W. Fleming.
- Benj. F Dale.
- D. . Brubaker.
- .lames Lockett.
This Post Office w:ll do for Lnest townsnip.
ill answer for Fergi son township.
STATE & V. STATES DIRECTORY'
OFFICERS OF PENNSYLVANIA,
r.nr.mnr . . . A G. Curtio. - - - Cfentrecoucty
Sec'y of Com. Eli Slifer. - - -
Dep. Secretary, W, II Armstrong
Auditor Gen. - Isa-w; Slenker, -Surveyor
Gen. - Jas. P. Barr. - -Attorney
Gn. - W. M. Meredith,
Adiutant Gen. - A .. i.ussell. -
State Treasurer, W. V. M'Grath, -
Sup Com. Sch's Chas R Coburn,
Deputy Sup't, - S. P. .iatcs, - - - Crawford co
State Librarian. Wten Forney. - - - Harri-burg.
Scpreme CoVRT t.b!cf Justice. W Wood
ward, Associates, Jas. Thompson. Vrm Strong.
J. M. Reed, D. Agnew. Sessions. Philadelphia
lit Monday of January. Harrisburg 4th Monday
of April, Sunbury 1st Monday of October, and in
Pittsburg on the 3d Monday of October.
OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES.
President, - - - Abraham Lincoln, Of Illinois.
Vioe President, Hannibal Hamlin, Of M.iiue.
See. of State. - Win. 11 Seward, - New York.
Seo. of Treas'y W". P. Fesaenden, - Maine
See. ol War, - E. M.Stanton, - - Pennsylvania
See. ot Navv Gideon Welles. - - Connecticut.
Sec. of Interior Iaac P. Usher, - - Indiana.
P. M.Gen. - - Montg. Blair. - - - Maryland.
Attorney Gen. - Edward Bates. - - Missouri.
Si-pkemk Colkt. Chief Justice, Roger B. Ta
ney, of Maryland Associate Justices Samuel
Nelson of New York, Robert C. Grier of Pennsyl
vania, John M. Wayne of Georgia. John Catron of
Tennessee, Nathan Clifl'ord of Maine. Clcb B.
Smith of Indiana. Meets in Washington city on
the 1st Monday of December
THE EXUELSIOR SUNBEAM PflO
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tre co. (at present) where they can supply all those
in want tot pictures of any style or quality. They
have a skylight and sidelight combined, which is
uperior to any other Tight. Their pictures are
not excelled anywhere and tley challenge com
parison respecting quality and price, notwith
standing the iucrease io pMoe. of chemieals and
other material. They will take Photographs at
the following low prices: Large Photographs,
Jl,75, and for additional copies $l.t0 .4card3
plain, for $1.25: duplicates 25 cents. 4 cards, vig
nette. $1,50; duplicates 30 cents 4 card Ferre
otypes$l,50; duplicates 35 cents.
P. 6. Particular attention given to copying all
kinds of pictures into photograph at reasonable
prices. , BRADLEY AC").
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TERMS OF THE JOl'HNAl.
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oesdav at SI. 50 per annum in dvcif- K1
paid at the beginning of the year., S2.00 will be
charged. " . A
Adtertisemests will be inserted at $1,00 per
square, for three or less insertions T weir e lines
(or less, eoutume a square, .r.w.,
insertion 25 cents will be charged
k tn jearlr advertisers.
A deduction ,
Nosabscription taken for a shorter time than j
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un- j
ti! all arrearages are paid, except at the Pjn of ;
the publisher. rr " t.
HOME nSl'RAXCE COMPANY,
Office No. 133 Broad-wait. X Y.
csh capital. :::::::: 3,000.000 00
asskts. 1st July, 1604. : : : : : 3,000.000 00
liabilities, 51,577 54
ClIAs?. S. MARTIN, President,
A. b WILLMARTU, Vice-President.
JOHN McGEE. Secretary.
Policies of Insurance against Loss or Damaga
by t'ire.by J. li. FULFOKD Agent.
August 17. 1564-fim. Clearfield Pa
TO HORSE OWNERS. The undersigned
having recently discovered an infallible and
simple cure for that annoying malady in horses,
known as' Hoof-bound." Any person sending SI
in a letter, will receive by return mail a rec pe
Riving proper directions as to the accessary treat
ment Address. JACOB IRWIN
September 21, 1364-tf. Clearfield. Pa.
BULKLEY'S PATENT-LUMBER DRrED
BY SUPERHEATED STEAM. The under
signed respectfully informs the people of Clear
field and adjoining counties that beh:w? the agen
cy of the above patent and will sell individual,
county or township rights for iu use The lum
ber dried by this process is stronger, finishus bet
ter, is easier on tools, and requires les time in
drying than any ether process known, drying 1
inch lumber perfectly in 'id hours better than
many months under the old system using the
same amount of fuel per day that a common kiln
consume. The certificate of a number of resi
deal mechanics well known in this coniuiunuv is
amply sufficient to convince the most sceptical of
its utility. Persons desirous of purchasing rights
will address JOHN" L. CUTTLE.
June 21. 1 63 Cearfield. Penn-a
HIPPLE & EAUST,
FOSEIGN AND DOiltibTIC DRY-GOODS, &C
' MAIN STKEET, CCW ENS VILLE, PA.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED having taken the stocK
J. of merchruidiie of the late firm of Patron.
Hippie i Co.. have just added afresh supply ol
comprising Groceries. Drugs. Queensware.
ilooti and Shoes. Clothing. Muslins. De Lainei
PriiiU. Sattinets. Flannels, etc.. which
they offer at low price
FOR CASH OR READY PAY.
Grain. PorK. Shingles and Boards. t.iKen in ex
change for goods. We respectfully asK a share
of patronage. Call and examine our stocK.
Curwensville. Dec. 11. HIPPLE & FAUST.
N r.. The accounts of Patton. Hippie 4 Co , art
in our hands, and we hereby notify persons hav
ing unsettled accounts, to call and settle the same
as we desire to have the ktooKs closed .
December 11. 1-0L HIPPLL FAUST.
NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS.
CARLISLE & CO.,
. UtALtllS IS
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Groceri s,
Lumber, Shingles, &c.
rUILIPSBfRf;, CENTRE COCTV, PBXSA.-
CARLIsLE i CO.," have received and are just
opening the largest assortment of the
and most seasonable good ever brought to this
section of couutry, consisting of
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES;
Notions, Hardware ;uil (Jueeiisware;
Hood. Xubi.TS. Sor.tag3. Balmoral and Hoop
skirts ; Hats. Caps. Boots and Shoes;
lleft'ly-ma-ile Clothing litest styles;
School Books and Stationary ;
Riee-Uuur, Farina ami Corn Starch;
Drugs, Oils. Paint?. Pntty nr. 1 Glass : Coal-oil
Lamps, Wood and Wi'low ware :
TRUNKS AMI) CAKPET AGS ;
Pipe. Tobacco and Segars; Fish. Salt. Nails.
Coal ai.d Lin.-eed oil: Flour. Feed and
Provisions; an 1 all ariiele Ufual
ly kept in a country store
All of whi. h will be sold CHEAP FOR CAS II
or approved produce, Lumber or Shingles.
Nov IS. ISt'3-tf CARLISLE. A CO.
GODEY'S LAD i'S BOOK.
FASHION MAGAZINE OF THE "WORLD.
Literature, fine Arts and Fashion. The most
magnificent Steel engraving? Double Fitfbion
plates. Woml engraving-! on every subject that
can interest ladies. Crochet knittiag. Netting,
1 mbroidery. Article? for the Ttulet. for the I'ar
l..r. the Boudoir, and the Kitchen. Everything,
in fact, to make a complete Lady's Book.
THE LADIES FAVORITE FOR 35 YEARS.
No Magazine has been able to compete with it.
None attempt it.
OOOEV'8 FC' EII-TS
for every department of a household. These a
lone are worth the price of- the Book.
Model Cottages (no other Magazine gives them),
Drawing lessons for the young. Another spe
Original Mu.sio, worth S3 a year. Other Maga
lines publish old worn-out music; but the subscri
bers to Godey get it before the music stores. .
Gardening for Ladies. Another peculiarity
with Godey '
Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart & Co , of
New York, the millionaire merchant.", appear in
Godey. theoiily Magazine that has ihem.
Al.o, Fa.-hions from the celebrated Brodie of
Ladies' Pomiets. We give more of them in a
vear than any other Magazine In fact, the La
dy's Book enables every lady to be her own bon
Authorrsi of "A-rone." "Hi'l leu ;).7A," "Moss
Sid'. ' ' Iemrsin. " atui l-Ali rijim,''
writes for Godey each month, and fur no other
i magazine, vt e nave aiso retaineu an our om ana
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK FOR 15.
(From which there ran lc no Deviation.)
The following are the terms of the Lady's Book
for Istij. At present, we will receive subscribers
at the following rates Due notice will be given
if we are obliged to advance, which will depend
upon the price of paper.
One copy one year $3 00
Two copies, one year 5 00
Three copies, one year 7 00
Four copies, one year 10 00
Five copies, one year, and an extra copy
to the person sending the club, making
six capies II 00
Eight copies, one year, and an extra copy
to the perron seiiding the club,iaaking
nine copies 21 00
Eleven copies one year.and an extra copy
to the person sending the club. making
twelve copies 27 00
Additions to any of the above clubs, S2 50 each
(iodey's Lsdy'a Book and Arthur's Home Mag
azine will be sent, each oueyear.on receipt of SI 50.
We have no clubs with any other Magazine or
The money mast all ba sent at one time for any
Club. Address L. A GODEY,
N. E. Corner Sixth and Chestnut Streets,
Oat. 19, Ibdi. PkiUdalphi.
Men, Youth and Boyscan becuppHed with full
suits of sea-wuable and fashionable clothing at
u:izenste;-n dro-s & co., . j
where it is sold at pi ices that will induce their I
purccase. ine universal saitsiaouon wmou cas
been given, has induced them to increase their
s'ock. which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of the kind in this part of the Stata.
Iieizenstem Bro's & Co.,
Pell go at a very small profit, for cash ;
Their good are well made and fashionable.
They give every one the worth Tf his money.
They treat their customers all alike.
They sell cheaper than every body else.
. Their store is conveniently situated.
They having purchased their stock at reduced
prices they can sell cheaper than others
For these and other reasons persons should buy
their clothing at
REIZENSTEIN BRO'S CO.
Produce of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. May 13, lbrii
"WHAT IS IT?"
GEEAT EXCITEMENT IN GLEV HOPE, PA
EVERVIIODV SEEMS PLEASED.
Ami Why ShouU They Not Be?
Surely, the people in that section of Clearfield
county have great reason to be rejoiced over
the pleading announcement that
JOHN ROBS 0"3T
has just opened in his New Store Room, the larg
est aud b'est selected stouk of jrooda ever brought
to that part of the county of Clearfield.
NEW ST0a2 AN'D NEW GOODS.
The urdersigned having removed his store t
his New Building on i'ine Street. Glc-n Hope, op
posite the "Union House," is now opening and of
fering to the public the largest and best soleeted
.stock of seasonable goods ever offered in this
place ar.d neighborhood, and will be sold at pri
ces to suit the times.
His Stock embraces Dry-Goods, Notions. Hard
ware. Q'jeeiii-ware. Boots. Shoes. Hats and Caps.
Ready made clothing. Paiuts. Oils. Glass. Nails
Bacon. Fi-h. Flour. Salt; Willow, Stone and Earthen-ware,
an 1 Stoves.
OF DRY-GOODS, he has Cloths. Ca?.-iniers. Sat
tinetts, Tweeds. Yestings. Flannels. Shirtinzs
Prints. Coburg .-loth. Alpacas. De Laines. Ging
hams. Chintz Kerchief . Nubias. Sontags, Nan
kin. Lawns. Linen. Lace EJgii:gs. Collars, Triin
Uiings, Braids. Vails, etc
OF HARDWARE, he has axes, saws, chisels,
knives and forks, locks, hinges, screws, auger,
hammers, nails, spikes. Stoves of various patterns
afcil sizes flat irons, etc
OF GROCERIES, he has coffee, sugar, molas
ses, teas, rice, pepper cinamou. cloves, Flour,
hums, sides, shoulders, fish, etc.
OF QUEENSWARE. he has tea sets, cups an 4
saucers, cream juirs. tea aud coffee pots, pitchers
bowis. plates, dishes, etc.
OK CLOTHING, he has coat. pints, vest, un
dershirts, shirts, drawers, neek-ties gloves, socks. A
hats. caps. boot', shoes, etc
All the above, and numerous other articles, fir
sale cheap for cash, or exchanged for all kinds ol
'lumber and country produce
Remember, that I am receiving goods weekly
from Baltimore. Philadelphia. New Y'ork and
Pittsburg, and that any guods caa be furnished
on very short notice.
Ca)' nd esaiLine the goods and price3 and sat
isfy yojrsclves of the utility of buviii? Kt
Glati Hope. December 23. 1 ?03.
THE TKI BUN E FOR 1805.
PROSPECT I S.
The Military and Naval buccesses of with
'he au.-pici' us result of our Presidential contest,
have lilted a heavy weight from the breasts of
the Loyal Millions of our countrymen It is now
felt, even by those who huve bi-en distrustful and
faint-hearted, that the Union is to emerge trium
phant Iroic the deadlv strife ber'-itu'o she was
j so wickedly precipitate, 1 by her as,til-ijit?. au !
that ."lavery her relentle s ti.e is to eccou titer tue
late of Hainan. The perils of foreign ii.'-ervc:,-tion
and of Western insurrection lire softly pass
ed ; Abraham Lincoln, no longer available its the
choice i a minority, holds the helm "f St;:te ir
four years longer: the Rebellion. p:;lpat.ly weak
ened by its: defeats and losses during the year
now closing with its credit so reduced that its
pu rse-bearer officially declares that its Treasury
Notes can i-nly be exchanged for coin at th,e rate
of twenty-five for one, while i's bonds command
but six cents oh the dollar but awaits the blow
which shall soon strike the swor I from its'parri
cidal hand and remit its maMer-spirit. to ihe jus
tice, or it may be to the clemency, of a sorely
wronged end justly incensed bat forbearing and
magnanimous People. Such are the auspices
which justify our year soon to open will seethe
Stars and Stripes doat iinoba'lenge l fr'wu every
battlement in the Republic, and the peifcct law
of Liberty for All immovably imbedded in the
Constitution of our Union.
The New York Tribune, founded in lll.wil!
enter upon its twenty-fourth year with quickened
hopes and enlarged means of usefulness. Its
principles need no re-statetnant : its aim3 are the
diffusion of Intelligence and ihe inculcation of a
spirit of Freedom and Humanity. When this
truth shall have generally been recognized and es
tablished as the basis of our institutions and poli
ty, that injustice to the poorest the weakest, the
most despised, is a fearfui mistake that iso com
munity or State can afford to wrongeven its bum
blest member then will our land bask onee more
iu the calm sunshine of pe'u-e and prosperity.
The Tribune has for the last year been pni.lish
ed without profit to its proprietors, sol'. ly because
of the depreciation of our Currency below the
the specie standard, compelling us to buy paper
and other material at a cost considerable above
the full amount received from out subscribers
On our Weekly edition, the net loss has amounted
to many thousands oi dollars; while our large
receipts from Advertising havo been wholl ab
sorbed by the extraordinary expenses for Correa
pondence. Telegraphing, ic devolved upon ui
by the War. As we do cot suppose our patrons
desire that we should work at our ow n cost and
prefer not to be patronized by any who -may de
sire it. we have somewhat advanced for the en
suing yearthc prices of our Semi-Weekly and
Weekly, as we had already done with those of
our Daily editions. This increase is purely nom
inal : there never before was a time when the
farmers of our country could buy The Tribune
for so little of their own products or labor as they
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er mode of remittance. But where drafts can
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TfJC TRIBUNE, New York
RUIT TREFS. The undersigned havin
been appointed an agent of the "Marietta
Nursery in Lancaster county, would respecttul
ly inform the citinens of Clearfield caunty. that
he is prepared nt all times to fill orders for every
kind of Fruit Trees, and Shrubbery, at projri
tors prices S. !$. TAYLOR, Agent.
Curwensville. Ta., Nov. 23, lS'U.
Pittsburg Saw Works.
IirBBAKDS A .Nil LONG,
Manufacturers of Patent Ground Circulars
warranted cast seel saws of every description
Mill, Mulay, Crosscut, Gang and all other varie
ties. Al I kiudg of knives and springs made from
sheet cast steel. Extra leaned Reaper and Mow
ing knives. Ac Particular attention paid to re
toothing, gumming and straightening circular
saws ; together with repairing of all kinds. Ware
house and Works, corner of Water and Short
streets,' Pittsburg, Pa. April 13,.!f"t-l yp
C. w hl'rpard : : : : s. d. HriiB'.Rn : : : : s. a. lovo.
Life Insurance at Home.
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
921 CiiESTxrT Stkket. Puil'a.
Insures Lives on favorable terms, and will issue
iol icieson auy of the approved plans of insurance.
Assets liable tb losses $1,221.2 71.
Surplus divided Annually. Losses paid prompt
ly Premiums may be paid in cash; annunlly.
semi-annuall j or quarterly; -r one-half in cash,
and one-half in note Hy a supplement to the
charter, notes hereiftsr received will participate
iu all Dividends or Surplus. Scrip certificates up
to January. H9, inclusive, are now receivable in
payment of pre- iuim
Agency, at the olaoe ot It JJ.wooPE. tiear
id, Pa Dr J. G. Jlartsick. Medical Exami-
August 21, 161.
GRAND OPENING 0?
C. V. & II. W. SMITH'S,.
comprising a general as.-ortment of
Dry-Go-'xis, G roCi-ries, Queens-ware,
Wocuen-ware, Boots ami Sjhoes,
Notions, kc., ic, &c
"est quality of Prints, Delaines. .Mozambique.
Ll nen. Poplins. Eaizarioes. Lavelirts. Giiigb.iu)3
cheek, drilling, ticking and sheeting, shawls,
plain eiiks. fowlard siiks. cassatU'Tes. cottona ies.
jeans, tweeds, satinetts. ble.-i'-hel muslins vat less
than city wholesale prices) brown muslius.
HOSIERY, Gloves. Eibbons.Trimmings. But
tons, (in great variety) collars.velvet ribbon. veils,
headnets. em broidery, braids, handkerchiefs', la
dies elastic pages, whalebones, bindings, chil
drens". missus', and Indies' hoop skids. Quaker
and Corset Skirts,
NKW STYI-K BALMORALS.
Sugnr. Tea. Coffee Molasses. Spices.ic. Oranges.
Split Pe;is. Lemons. Pull Tea Setts. Dishes, com
mon aul fine ware, cups saucers. preservej.irs ic.
Tl'BS. Rrooms Churns. Mops. But-kt?. Meas
ures, brushes, combs, wick;, fncy baskets, bo Is.
door-mats, window blinds, cords, tassels, etc., etc
Childrer.g. Misses and Ladies' morocco boots,
shoes, bahiiorals. and gaitors.
Great reduction in prices of Fall ami
J. T. KRATZER,
Having purchusetl a lare stock siDce
tlielatc ik'cline in prices, is now en
abled to offer ','!C-.t bargains in
NEW STYLE DKESS GOODS,
IlicUesr. jirinttMl poo.Ls: All voul De
lriincs; l'rcneh Merinos; Goml
Black Silk ; Coom bs anu Ai
pac.is; V'oolen shawls;
READY' MADE CLOTHING,
L t -lies' M nitcis ; i'urs uii I 3iotiu;-ts ;
tatIo Dry Gov'ts; Millint-ry
Go ls ; lioierv:tn'i Noti-'Us;
IIal. anlOiiiis; Boots
ainl Shoes ;
1 1 AIJDWA ll E. Q lr E ENS W A 1 1 E,
Drugs and Groceries; Carpets and oil
cloths'; Household .'r-ods gfuer-
all of which will Le
sold at jrreatlv re raced
Clearfield. Oer. 17, LGL
LY 'BOUND THE COUNT FR, JBYS."'
THE 2D SERIES
Of Grand J laces have commence 1 on
the Lumber-City course!
OPEN FOR COMPETITION
J-J'-ery tl'ii. ( S"n: In; ixi i rdfl. ) A .prize
ftr ?a r;;ha:l j;. Apply im iw h'iitrl to
the, jtfoitn'eff ". Kirk 0 SpeuCer
it their X ic Chf tp Store,
tit Li'iiitcr-('ifjr. J't'jin '.
The fact c:.n be no longer deiii;d the people
b:sve said it. the people know it. and everybody
believes it, ihat ihe new store is th. place tu buy
cheap goods, to buy new goods, to buy fashiona
ble goods, to buy any kind of giMiiis you want.
The summer stock, now opening at Kirk &. Spen
cer's, is the largest the t'est jissorted and be.tt j
that ever came to the place ;
Ladies can find delaines, alpscas. merinos.
cash meres. French and Atueric-ju ginghams. lawns.
plaids, n iiikiiis. berege.cninbrics muslins- balmo
ral and hoot, skirts, silk and cloth mantles, veils.
edgings. Lice, braid, nets, corsets belts, collaretts,
hosierv. gloves, ribbons, bonnets. hats, trimmings,
bobinett, mull and swiss muslin, shawl? combs.
wTistlcts. linen handkerchiefs, toilet irticles. Ac
(lenilemeii can find coats pants vests, boots
shoes bats, caps collars, neck-ties, suspenders,
shirts, handkerchiefs, perfumery Ac.
Childreu can find toys in great variety, candle.', '
It is the place to buy your dry goods ; yourgro
cerits. your boots, anil shoes, bats, caps and bon
nets ; your notions your hardware. scyibes. forks,
shovels, hoes rakes; your brooms, cedar and wil
low ware: your clocks and looking glasses ; your
stone and queenswure ; your flour, lish an I bacon ;
yur glass, putty, paints, oil and varnish ; your
nails and spikes ; in tact anything you want. If
you wish the highest cash piice'fo, your produce,
your butter, eggs, grain, flax-seed. rags, timber,
boards and shingles, it is the place to exchang to
the best advantage to yourselves Ar.yart ele uot
on hand will be ordered on short notice. Ladies
wishing bonnets or dress goods can have them or
dered by calling at Kirk Spencer's cheap store,
as special arrangements have been made for that
We do not wish to wound or seriously hurt any
body, but will do our utmost to maintain the rep
utation we have won. of selling goods a little
lower than anybody else. '"
"Rally 'roi nd the counter, boys!"' and bo con
vinced of the truth of our assertions
LuiDber-city.June2t KIKK & SPENCFR
AL VKGK STOOK OF GLASS, paints, oi 1
whire lead. etc. at E A !KVI"
(JDK (4) good draught horses for sale hy
Si a. laviji, uarweortniie.
C'LKAIS FIELD HOI SE, CLEAU FIELD.
' PA. The subscriber bavin? purchased the
furmtu;o aud interest from H. H. Morrow, in said
House, is now prepared for the reception of tran
sient and permanent boarders. Every depart
ment connected with his establishment wiil be
conducted second to cone in the county. Heres-
pe"ttu!:y solicits a snare of public pHtrotintre.
July 11, lx'it.-y. GK". N. COl.M'KN.
All the Merchants in the neighborhood of Cur
wensville. because I have brought on and opened
a large and well assorted stock oi
NEW GOOD ?,
which I am selling at extremely low prices for
cash. My stock embraces all the variety uu;t!lv
kept in a country store, and selected with au eye
to suit these
I will not. hereattempt to enumerate all the arti
cles I keep; and their fabulously low prices
which I uiihtdo but after you will have seen
and examined for yourselves, you wit! exclaim, it
the language of the Qaeen of the South
"HALF HAS NOT PEEN TOLD "
I will merely say, come and see for yourselves,
for I feel satisfied that I can suit your tastes as
well as your purses
Lumber and all kinds of produce also t-ikcn ic
exchange for goods.
Curwensville. Oct. 22. 1SS2. J. F. IK YIN.
FRESH AUST-D IP XT 33. E !
IIAKTSWiCK & HUSTON,
MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD,
Keep constantly on hand a large aDi well select
ed tock of
DiiUGS AND CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES.
Peff umerv, Toilet ' tooiIs
BLANK ROOKS & STATIONARY,
1ODACC0 i SEGA US,
Acd a general asmrtmer.t of varieties and fancy
articles We respectfully invite a call, feeling
confident that we can-supply the w.ires of all ui.
terms to their satisfaction. April 2;'. i H.
"War in C'anyonsville !
New Goods Extreme! v Low.
STILL A till AN ) .til STAKE ! ! !
THAT ALLTIIE MEU .TI 4 NTS AT CUKWENS
ville viz ft wounded "TiS true, th.it I was '-siiOt
at. but iiiisse 1." but I have procured atio'ber new
ad iar re j.-sjrtnier.t ofsooil from the city, wbieb
I am J is;.osi :! of at lower rates than any other
house in ihe county.
n ea i) :: ll ea n ti ea n ::r
Among the Ladies' ure&s goods will be found
Poj.lics. siailies. dtliins. lawns, and a variety of
other sc isoriabie articles, at the lowest war pri
es::. Lauie.3 who wi. h to mke a gowl invest
ment should call and examine my siwk.
CLOTHING AT P. EDUCED PRICES'."
Itye. oats and c era f'vr sale. Also, bacon, fish,
etc.. at very lw figures.
P.tst su'rar at frniu 12 to 15 certs per pound.
HkX ."yruii at t,.i ceuts per gallon. All other
groceries at the same r ite. B- ots and shoes, aud
Shod Dimiings. cheap.
Now is the time to buy, when goods are plenty ;
and all I ask is. fur persons to examine my goods
and I feel persuade.! they will i;ot tfc. av with
out purchasing J. D. THOMPSON.
Curwensville. May 2nih. 1 S',3 j.,1 .
Desires to inform hi old Tricr.ds mil customer?
that, having enlarged his shop :md. ii,creased his
fluc:lirie f,r tuanutacturing he is now prepared
to make to order su. h furniture as u-sy be desir
ed, it, g.od style ai. : at cheap rates for ca-b. lie
mostly has on ha.; 1 ar bis -Fui niture Konms."
a varied assortment of furniture, among which is.
15 V K K A US A N I1 DEBO A It I)S ,
Wardrobes'and Pook-caes; Centre. Sfa. Parlor
Brejkfu..-t ntid Dining extern-don Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen-
Ey-Xjind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS. HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS. Ac.
R co k i i i g a i i ( 1 A r 1 1 1 C 1 1 a i r s ,
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs :
And Lviiitiimi and other Cb.-iiis.
LOOK I N G - (i L A S S K S
Of every description on hand, and new glases for
old Irumes. which will be put iu on very
reasonable terms, on short notice.
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order. Hair.
Corn-husk. Hair and Cotton top Mattresses.
C'OPFI.VS, OF EVERY RIM),
Made to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also. House painting done to order.
The above, and many other articles are furnished
to customers cheap for cash or exchanged for up
proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar.
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on MarKet street. Clear
field, and uearlv opposite the - Old Je. More.
December i. Hil JOHN (IL LUCII
MEREELL & BIGLER
Have just opened a large and splendid assort
N TZ W GOODS
at their old Stand in Clearfield. Penn'a.
They have the best assortment of Hardware that
has ever been brought to this county. uhi-h ihcy
v.iii sell at the most re:ts..r,:i!.il prices nuioi.g
which wi',1 b - Ijin.'d : stii.ilii ;,,t nf cut' lery. to
which they invito the .-jioci-il intention ul the j
on hand an assortment of heavy silver-plated j
Forks. Spoons, and liulter knives, of tiie best
manufacture. '' I
A lot of jiistuls of the best patterns, and o'her
fire-rnis. Also a geiier.il assoi iiiieut of pistol
cartridges ; ail of whien will bet-old at rc.ison i
They cou'inua to maniif.icmrw all kinds of tin
ware, brass ke:t!es. st ve pipe. -tc. which canrioi
be surpassed in this secMni of the sta e
They a so have on h:.r.d Pitfbuii Plowsi-
! tuung witch are s'e-l centre lever plows Also
Plow c.isticgs. and oiheragricultiira! impleuiTi?
J Cook stoves, an i Parlor and -'o.i; stoves a iresi-
! eral assort nicnt and of the best p;i:fer::. for .a e
tft reasonable prices
Coal oti. tial oil lamps pain: oi'- ar; I vnr
nisLes. a general wsiiirtuiciit. 'ibt-s putty. i,.iils.
, iron, and casting-, u great variety ; i:i f nini"-"
anytliiug th.ii m-iy be wanted iy the public "un
be found in theiresinbHshu.-ont. and tit pric s th5t
can riot be bea'.
Now is the time to purchase, if vou desire ary
thtiig in their line of business Hicm a cull
and examine their stock, and they feel assured
: that 3-ou can bs accommodated.
Keinember. their establishment is on 2d Mreet.
Clearfield. I'a.. where you can buy goods to the
; very best advantage.
i Old cilver. copper, brass, pewter and old cast
i ings will be taken in exchange for goods.
I . May 13, IS63. . MKKLLL BIOLJiR.
DR. A. .11. HILLS DESIP.ES TO IXP ,rv
his patrons that.professional bu. -'. c" w
ZjS : 'JVvi be f,jUtiJ ' fci
-- - r.er of Front ar.i y
Streets at all times, except htn notice
in the town papers to the contrary . JcItivis"
L00E HERE !!!
JOnN M SPF.Nttii
Ha? recently opened a shop in Lumber C.tt -where
he iil keep cot.stniiy 01. hand aEd'"ai
ufacture to order, all kibds of Tia Sheet I--aud
Cop per ware "
RAFTING STOVES 'oonstanrlv on bat'
whijh Lumbermen will please take' r
lets for N
respect!" ad t v.
cj,u iUj piuiupitv a..er.,ie't to
Store keepers ar.d dealer? suppHeJ it r-.v-blc'rates.
s be intends keep ins nc r.e but tte t
of workmen, the public may reiy or: Stott'',"'
irorl. Call at the Stihrtaiil'tn' Tin S ,-., 4
for yourselves. J' TiN M Sl'tVfi I-"
Lumber-citT March 2. 1 -r',i '
r U k v. ---r -
.f - - - - '
j 1ST II E ' E I V E D AT fS?-.
CHEAP JEWELP.Y STORE. LxXA
Graham's Row. Clearfield. Pa., a fine assorts. Lt d
WATCHES JEWELRY,', Ac, Ac, to which e in
Gold and Silver hunting and open fa-el n-.f-ii
e.-. to be haJ at NAl'GLE
Ihe Ac.erien Lever tf differed jus!ttis. caa
be had at N Al'Gl.E S.
Fiiifl setts of .Tewelry. such as Cameo. Coral. L
va Ji tt. Cprbuiiele. Garneit. Opal, Florer.'.ir c X
c'iic. 'J'lIJ Stone Mosaic. Porcelain paintin?.
or ;rijrlj piece-: at Al'GLL S.
Plain goUl R-ea.'t pips. Ear drops. Ho-Enrrnu,
children's car drops and rings at XA ' i LK S
Gold sea's, keys and pencils, gold pen? : i 1 sil
ver ho! lers a? ' NAl'i!.L"s.
Getit breast pin?, sleeve buttons, si.irt -fiius. f b
but-klc-s :n-J gu:.ii s!i ies at N Al Gf.K'S.
A fine it'sortmt nt of g"!d firtrer rill"--rf i!ftr
ent styles and quality. g!d lockets. c.-.rs! rees.'.-i
cs. silver thtw'.des. spectacle. waeh pu ir i- tr.i
all article? in his line on hand at N'ALit.r. S.
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancy iir-i
common Clocks, and iraucy Time-pie?05 frui l.CS
to 15 dollars at NAfULE .
Old Gold and Silver will be taken in x-br
for good.; at NAl'iILK".
All go ids warranted as represented, i t .e
ney retunded. at NAl'itLE'S.
if you wish your wa'ches put in er1 repair
and warranted. tke t,-u r NAl 'iLK.-
THE WELTI MACHINE!
THE SI11TTLE STITCH
THE WEKD SEW INC. MACHINE COMPANY
505 Lroai: wav. New Yopk,
Manfacrure the mut perfect Machine for Sewirj
of all kinds, ever presented to the Au.--M',n pi"V
lie and challenge comparison with any ;:'ic;
Maebine made in the I'nited Stares.
The WEKD Machines, with all their valuable
improvements.entirely overcome all iirperfectn.?
Tltcy are Superior to all cth'.rs, for
F:tmil' and Maiiufacturiiip: j.-: j-'-'S.
Simple in construction, durable in all their psrts
and READILY I'NDEHSTot-D. Ttcy bac cer
tainty of stitch on all klnl.s of fabric aid sre -dapted
to a wide rane of work without -';,J'
or adjustment Vsiiii; .-ill kin Is of thread. ul
111. t'rll. Bind. Hither. P.-oiJ. Ti"- .''"''
Cord, and in fact do ail kinds of work require!
bv Fiimi'ViSir Manufacturer. Thfy Uittke ft:
Intfflnrh $f,:ttle titrii. which cannot be t-
for GrmiA'sS. elasticity, duratin t'i-i"-lx
Tiit'V Lave I1ccci cl the Y
miiims! in every instance, where they have bet
exhibited in competition with other macLins
We invite all persons iu search of iu irstr"ti:i-
to escure any kiml of Sewing now done by -"
chii.ery to inspect them, iini ls-''J'rJ '"''f'
r'j-r t't ,tst. by proving the t.J-f :e t
chasing The Company being duly iicer"vJt
Machines are protected against itfringemetts
'W Persons uta distance enn order ,'.vn:1j
with .1 perfect confilence that the -"'-"'""' '
reach them s:.fely. and that they wiL t "'',.
in.iage it to their entire satisfaction, witn
ther sid than tbe printed instructions s-C'Ifl
nving e .ch Machine. Every explau.-i'.ion m
cheerful'v given to ail. whether theywisn tap
chase -rVot Descriptive eircul.irs. together wi.u
M.c-imens of Work, will be furniehel to ail -d.-tr
tii-m by mail or otherwise.
J-lle'Mble Agents Wanted, in a'!
in'the I' cited States. Canadas, British r.rov ... .
Cuba. Metico. Central ami Sooth Auietic '-I,,.!!-,
Islands and the P.ahatna Islands. M
e offer s-r-i inducement. Energetic B-n
find it a paying business as reliable lI1 ;.;t
cbit es have become a necessity ,D f v"r'Tv, friIc
We manufNCture a great variety jf f'-'.'f'
which we irive a few prices: No - a'B',-Y: i,f;
No. 2. Extra. '!5 ; No 2. Half case. T; ar.d .
No. 3 A 4. Manufaei uring 0 tidi.'-
WKED SEWING MACHINE (
(Pot 2 011 P O ) 506 Broadiray,
New York. May 23, lS64.-?m
Thomas Mills. Clearfield. Pv. f "glSj
authorized agent for the sale oftb. Veed
Mactie. Cll end Mchm