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'CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 1, 1S63.'-
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TIME OF HOLDING COURT.
2d Monday in January, I 3d Monday in June,
3d " in March, 4 th n .Sept m r.
Of each year, and continue two week if necessary,
coVnty AND DISTRCT OFFICERS.
Pres't.Tud"e Hon. Samuel Linn, Bellefonie.
As'te Judges Hon. J. 1. Thompson, Cnrwensville
Hon. James Blooin; Forrest
She'riff. . . Jacob Faust. . . . Clearfield
ProthonoUry. I. F. Etzweiler, . ''
Rcz. fc Rcc. . Isaiah G. Larger . .
District Att'y, W. M M'Culloagh, .
Treasurer.. - u. ivraizer, .
to. Surveyor, 11. B- Wright,
Coiniiiiss'uTs, Thos. Dougherty
Conrad Caker, .
F. F. Coutriet, .
M. L. C. Evans,
II. W. Parse,
Co.Superind't C. B. Sandford,
LIT OF POST-OFFICES.
TorHhtp. Namn of P.O. NanutofP.lXL.
Beccaria, - - Glen Hope, - - "Win. S. right
. ' - - . Vtahville, - - - Theodore eld..
u . . Ucgarty'sBoads Samuel Hcgarty
Bell . - - Rower, - - W M Cracken.
' .... Chest, - - - - Thos.A. M'Ghee,
.-- Cush." - - - - J.W Campbell.
a . - - - Ostend, - - - - U. L. Henderson.
Eloom, - - Forrest. - - - - James Bloom.
Bo'es - - - Clearfield Bridge, - J as. lorrest.
Bradford, - Woodland, - - - Wo. Albert.
Brady, --- Lnthersburg, - -R.H.Moore.
. . Troutvillo, - - Charles Sloppy.
, . Tair.,.,nl.ini'. . John Heberlin.
NewWashintoiii - James Gallaher.
- W. C. Irvin.
- Jack Patchin.
- Jacob Buiee.
- G. Tozer, Jr.
- Wm. McGarvcy
- S. A. Fnrber.
- M. A. Frank
- P. A. Uaulin.
- J. F.W. Schnarr
- - -
. - - McGarvey, -
. - - V estover, -Clearfield,
- Clearfield. -Covington,
" - - -" Karthaus, -
n . ; 1 1 rnrwansvillft.
- T. W Fleming.
lyUIllK'0 VUIUvhu. ,
r. .. m,;ii-r..K,ir Outre countv. Pa.
' - - AVest Decatur, - - Sophie lta lebach
- - Osceola Mills, - - T. F Boalich.
Ferguson, - Marron, - - - - Edm. Williams.
fox .... llellen Post Office, Elk county, Pa.
... T.pcoiOo's Mills. - unoi.
- - - Bald Hills, - -Goshen,
- - Shawsville, - -Graham,
- - Grahaniton,- -Gueliek,
- - Smith's Mills, -
- AVilliam Carr.
- A. B. Shaw.
- Thos. 11. Forcee.
- A. (t. Fox.
- Chas. J. Pusoy.
- David Tyler.
- H. Woo I ward
- Eliza Chaso.
- Geo. Heckadorn
. M. O. Stirk,
- Jas. Thompson.
- J. C Brenner.
- H. W. Spencer.
'- A. C. Moore,
- T. W. Fleming.
. Benj. F. D:ile.
- D. E. Brubaker.
- .Madera, - - -
Tyler. - - -Pcnnfiell.
- Ansonville, - -
- Salt Lick, - -
- New Millport, -
- - Kylertown, - -
- - Morrisdale. - -
- - Lumber City.t -.
. Grumman Hills.
Pike, - - - - Curwensville, -
.... Bloomingville, .
I'nion, - - - Rockton, - - -
I U'JU 1 III H. VVUll,.,?, -
This Post Ofiioe will do for Che3t township.
Will irnswerfor Fergi son township.
STATE & V. STATES DIKECTOKY.
OFFICERS OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Governor, - - - A.G. Curtin, - - - Centre county
Sec'y of Com. - Eli Slifcr. - - - - Union county
Dep. Secretary, W. 11. Armstrong,
Auditor Gen. - Isa-xc Slenkcr, - - I'nion county
Surveyor Gen. - Jas. P. Lai r. - - - Pittsburg,
Attorney Gen. - W. M. Meredith, Philadelphia
Adjutant Geu. - A V r.ussell. - -State
Treasurer, W. V. M'Grath, -Sup.
Com. Sch'a CLas. R Coburn,
Deputy Sup't, - S. P. j?ates, - - - Crawford co
Statu Librarian, Wi';n Forney. - - - Harrishurg.
Scpbkme Coibt cb'cf Justice.. G W Wood
ward, Associates, Jas. Thompson, Wm. Stroug,
J. M. l.eed. D. Agnew. Sessions. Philadelphia
1st Monday of January. Harrisburg 4th Monday
of April, Sunbury 1st Monday of October, and in
Pittsburg on the :d Monday of October.
OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES.
President. - - - Abraham Lincoln, Of Illinois.
Vice President, Hannibal Hamlin, Of Maine,
Sec. of State. - Win. U. Seward, - New York.
Sec. of Treas'y W. P. Fessenden, - Maine.
Sec. ol War, - E. M. Stanton, - - Pennsylvania
Seo. 6t Navy Gideon Welles, - - Connecticut.
Sec. of Interior Isaac P. Ucher, - - Indiana.
P. M. Gen. - - Wm. Dennisoii, - - Ohio,
Attorney Gen. - James Speed, - - Kentucky.
Svprexk Court. Chief Justice, S. P. Chase, of
Ohio. Associate Justices Samuel Nelson of New
York, Robert C. Grier of Pennsylvania, James M.
Wayne of Georgia, "John Catron of Tennessee, Na.
than Clifford of Maine. David Davis of Illinois,
Noah 11. Swayne of Ohio. Samuel F. Miller of
Towa, Stephen J. Field of California. Meets in
Washington city on the 1st Monday of December.
Salary of Chief Justice $6,500. of Associates 6.000
CAUTIOX. AH persons are hereby caution
ed against purchasing or in any way meddling
with a certain Brown Mare, now in possession of
Levi Derrick, of Lawrence township, as the same
belongs to me ami has only been left on loan with
said DerrickAnd is subject to mt order.
Dec. 7, 1S94. A . C. FINNEY.
ED; A. IRVIN
MERCHANT AND DEALES IS LUMBER
Of every description, just received at the "Cor
ner Store," and selling as low for Cash and coun
try produce as can be bought elsewhere in the
'county. The stock sonsista of Dry Goods, Gro
ceries, Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Willow-ware,
Woodonware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Ready-made clothing, Flour, Bacon, Molasses,
Syrups, Rice, Fruiu, Candies, Nuts,"etc. Pur
chaser should eee the goods and post them
selve in prices. July 13, 1S64,
TERMS OF TOE JOl'R.NAL. '
The Kaftsmas's Jocrsal is published on Wed
nesday at $2.00 per annum in advance. If not
paid at the beginning of the year. S2 50 will be
chargod, and 53,00 if not paid before the close of
thoyear. " . - " . '
Adterttskwets will be inserted at 51,50 per
square, for three or less insertions Ten lines
(or less) counting a square. For every additional
insertion 50 cents will be charged. A deduction
will bo made to yearly advertisers.
No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un
til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of
the publisher. ' S. J. ROW.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office No. 135 Broaowav, N Y.
cash capital, t -. : : : : : : f 2,000,000 00
A8SET3,.lst July, 1861. : : 3,000,000 0
liabilities, c : : : : : : : : 51,577 51
CHAS. S. MARTIN. President,
A. F. WILLMARTH, Vice-President.
JOnX McGEE, Secretary.
Policies of Insurance against Loss o'r Damaga
by Fire.by J. II. FULFORI) Agent,
August 17, lS61-6m. Clearfield Pa
rinO HOUSE OWNERS. The undersigned
X having recently discovered an infallible and
simple cure for that annoyicg malady in horses,
known as' Hoof-bound." Any person sending SI
in a letter, will receive uy return mail a recipe
giving proper directions as to the necessary treat
ment. Address, JACOB IRWIN,
September 21, 1361-tf. Clearfield, Pa.
BULKLEY'S PATENT-LUMBER DRIED
BY SUPERHEATED STEAM. The under
signed respectfully informs the people of Clear
field and adjoining counties that he has the agen
cy of the above patent and 'will sell individual,
county or township rights for its use. The lum
ber dried by this process is stronger, finishes but
ter, is easier on tools, and requires less time in
drying than any other process known, drying 1
inch lumber perfectly in 36 hours better than
many months under the old system using the
same amount of fuel per day that a common kiln
consumes. The certificate of a number of resi
dent mechanics well known in this community is
amply sufficient to convince the most sceptical of
its utility. Persons desirous of purchasing rights
will address JOHN L. CUTTLE, ,
June 21, 1963. Ceareld. Penn'a.
hippie & Must,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY-GOODS, &C.
MAIN STREET, CURWESSVILLE, PA.
rrillE UNDERSIGNED having taken the etocK
X of merchandize of the late firm of Patton,
Hippie & Co., have just added a fresh supply of
comprising Groceries, Drags, Queensware,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing. Muslins, Do Laine
Prints, Sattinets, Flannels, etc, which
they offer at low prices
. FOR CASH Oil READY PAY.
Grain, PorK, Shingles and Boards, taKen in ex
change for goods. We respeetfuliy asK a share
of patronage. Call and examine our atocK.
CurwensvUle.Dec. 11. HIPPLE A FAUST.
N a. The accounts of Patton, Hippie A Co., are
in our hands, and we hereby notify persons hav
ing unsettled accounts, to call and settle the same
as we desire to have the books closod.
December 11, 1S61. HIPPLE A FAUST.
NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS.
CARLISLE & CO.,
Foreign and Doraestio Dry Goods, Groceri:s,
Lumber, Shingles, &o.
PHILIPSBURG, CENTRE COUSTr, PESSA.
CARLISLE & CO.. have received and are just
opening the largest assortment of the
and most seasonable goods ever brought to this
' section of country, consisting of
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES;
Notions, Hardware and Queensware;
Hoods, Nubias, Sontags. Balmoral and Hoop
skirts; Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes;
Ready-made Clothing latest styles;
School Book3 and Stationary ;
Rice-Hour, Farina and Corn Starch;
Drugs, Oils, Paints, Putty and Gl:uss : Coal-oil
Lamps, Wood and Willow ware ;
TRUNKS AND CARPET BAGS ;
Pipes, Tobacco and Segars; Fish. Salt, Nails.
Coal aud Linseed Oils; Flour, Feed and
Provisions; and all articles ii-uil
Jy kept in a country store
All of whioh will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH
or approved produco, Lumber or Suinglus.
Nov. 13. 1863-tf CARLISLE, & CO.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.
FASHION MAGAZINE OF THE WORLD.
Literature, fine Arts and Fashions. The most
magnificent Steel engravings. Double Fashion
plates. Wooil engravings on every subject that
can interest ladies. Crochet knitting, Netting,
Embroidery, Articles for tho Toilet, for the Par
lor, the Boiwloir, and the Kitchen. Evorything,
in fact, to make acompleie Lady's Book.
THE LADIES FAVORITE FOR 35 YEARS.
No Magazine has been able to compete with it.
None attempt it.
for every department of a household. These a
lone are worth the prico of the Book.
Model Cottages (no othor Magazine gives them),
Drawing Jessons for the young. Auotherspe
Original Music, worth S3 a year. Other Maga
zines publish old worn-out music; but the subscri
bers to Godey get it before the music stores.
Gardening for Ladies. A.nother peculiarity
Fashions from Messrs. 'A. T. Stewart & Co , of
New York, the millionaire merchants, appear in
Godey, the only Magazine that has them.
Also. Fashions from the celebrated Brodie of
Ladies' Bonnets. We give more of them in a
year than any other Magazine. In fact, the La
dy's Book enables every lady to be her own bont
Authors of u Alone "Huldrn path" uAlos
Side," "Nemesis,1" and "Miriam,"
writes for Godey each month, and for no other
magazine. We have also retained all our old and
GODEY 'S LADY'S BOOK FOR 1S65.
(i"V7 irhicu there can be n-o Deviation.)
The following are the terms of the Lady's Book
for 1S65. At present, we will receive subscribers
at the following rates. Due notice will be given
if we are obliged to advance, whioh 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 tho person sending the club, making
six capies - " 14 00
Eight copies, one year, and an extra copy
to tneperson sending tne cluo,making
nine copies - - , ' 21
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
Godey'a Lady's Book and Arthur's Home Mag
azine will be sent, each one year.on receipt of SI 50.
We have no clubs with any other Magazine or
The money must all be eent at one time for any
Club. Address L. A. GODEY. .
N. E. Corner Sixth and Chestnut Streets,
Qct. 19,1364. Philadelphia.
Men, Youths and Boys can be supplied with full
suits of seasonable and fashionable clothing at
RE1ZENSTEIN BKO'S & CO.,
where it is sold at prices that will induce their
purchase. The universal satisfaction which has
bsen given,; has induced thtim to increase their
s'ock, which is now not surpassed by'uny estab
lishment of the kind in this part of the State. ' .
Reizenstein Rro's & Co.,
Sell go at a very small prolit. for cash ;
Their goods are well made and fashionable.
They give every one the worth of his money.
They treat their customers all alike.
They seU cheaper than every body else.
Their etore is conveniently situated. -They
having purchased their stock at . reduced
prices they can sell cheaper than others.
For these and other reasons persons ehould buy
their clothing at
REIZENSTEIN BRO'S & CO.
Produco of every kind taken at the Lighest
market prices. May IS, 1K64.
" WHAT IS IT?"
GREAT EXCITEMENT IS GLEN HOPE, PA
EVERYBODY SEEMS Pi. EASED.
:' And Why Should They Not Be ?
Surely, the people in that section of Clearfield
county have great reason to be rejoiced over
the pleasing announcement that
JOHN R O B S O N
has just opened in hi3 New Store Room, the larg
est and best selected stock of goods ever brought
to tnat part ot tne county ot Ulearneld.
NEV STORE &.-JD NEW GOODS.
The undersigned having removed bis store to
his New Building on Pine Street. Glen Hope, op
polite the -Union llou.se," is now opening and of
fering to the public the largest and best selected
stock' of seasonable goods ever offered in this
place and neighborhood, and will be sold at pri
ces to suit tho times.
His Stock embraces Dry-Goods, Notions, Hard
ware, Queens-waro, Boots. Shoes. Hau and Caps,
Beady made clothing. Paints, Oils. Glass, Nails
Baoon. Fish, Flour, Salt; Willow, Stone and Earthen-ware,
OF DRY-GOODS, he has Cloths. Cassimers. Sat
tinetts, Tweeds, Yetiugs, .Flannels, Shirtings,
Prints. Coburg cloth, Alpacas, Do Laincs, Ging
hams, Chintz, Kerchief, Nubias; Son tags. Nan
kin, Lawns, Linen. Lace Edgings, Collars, Trim
mings, Braids, Y.nl3, etc.
OF HARDWARE, bo has axes, saws, chisels,
knives aud forks, locks, hinges, screws, augers,
hammers, nails, spikes. Stoves of various patterns
and si.es, flat irons, etc.
OF GROCERIES, he hn3 coffee, sngar, molas
ses, teas, rice, pepper, c in union, cloves, Flcur,
hams, sides, shoulders, fish, etc.
OF QUEENSWARE, he has tea sets, cups anJ
saucers, cream jugs, tea and coffee pots, pitcher
bo.vls, plates, dishes, etc.-
OF CLOTHING, he has coats, pants, rests, un
dershirts, tbirts, drawers, neck-ties, gloves, socks,
hats, caps, boots, shoes, etc..
All the above, and numerous other articles, for
sale cheap for cash, or exchanged for all kinds at
lumber and country produce.
Remember, that I am receiving goods weekly
from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York anil
Pittsburg, and that' any goods can be furnished
on very short notice.
Cp!1 and exair.ino tho goods and prices and sat
isfy yoarselves of the utilitv of buying ist
JOHN ROBSON'S. '
. Glan Hope, December 23, IBM.
THE TRIBUNE TOR 1803.
The Military and Naval successes of 1S.T1, with
the auspicious result of our Presidential contest,
have lifted a heavy weight from the broasts cf
the Loyal Millions of our countrymen. It is now
felt, even by thoso who have been distrustful au'l
faint-hearted, that the Union is to emerge trium
phant from the deadly sfiifo whereinto she was
so wickedly prccipLatcd by her assailants, and
that Shivery !;er rclentle 3 foe. is to encounter tho
luto of Haman. The perils of foreign interven
tion and of Western insurrection are sr.feiy pass
ed; Abraham Linooin.no longer assailable as the
choice of a minority, holds the helm of State for
four years longor; the Rebellion, palpably weak
ened by its defeats and losses during the year
now closing with its credit so reduced th;it its
purse-bearer officially declares that its Treasury
Notes can only be exchanged for coirvat.the rate
of twenty-five for one. while its bonds command
but si.t cents on the dollar but :iwcit the blow
whi;h shall soon strike the sword from its parri-ei.l.-tt
hand and remit its miti'tcr-sptrits to the jus
tice, or it m:iy be to the clemency, of a sorely
wronged vnd justly incensed but forbearing and
magnanimous People. Such are the auspices
which justify our year soon fo open will see the
Stars and Stripes float unchallenged from every
battlement in the Republic, and the perfect law
of Liberty for All immovably imbedded in the
Constitution of our I'nion.
The New York Tribune, founded in 1S4 1 , will
enter upon its twenty-fourth year with quiekened
hopes and enlarged means of usefulness. Its
principles need no re-statement: its aims are tho
diffusion of Intelligence and the inculcation of a
spirit of Freedom and liumaniry. When this
truth shall h riyo generally been recognized and es
tablished as the basis of our institutions and poli
ty, that injustice to the poorest, tho weakest, the.
most despised, is a ferful mistake that nocom
munity or State can afford to wrongeven its hum
blest member then will our land bask once more
in the calm sunshine of peace and prosperity.
The Tribune has for the lastyear beeD-publish-ed
without profit to its proprietors, solely because
of the depreciation of our Currency below the
the specie standard, compelling us to buy paper
and other materials at a cost considerable above
the full amount received from our subscribers.
On our Weekly edition, the net loss has amounted
to many thousands ol dollars; while our large
receipts from Advertising have been wholly ab
sorbed by the extraordinary expenses for Corres
pondenee, Telegraphing, Jfcc . devolved upon us
by the War. As we do not suppose our patrons
desire that we should work at our own cost, and
prefer not to be patronized by any who may de
sire it, we have somewhat ad vanced for the en
suing year the 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
can by the following,TKRUS :
Single copy. 4 cents
Mail subs's, 1 copy. I year "12 numbers, S10 00
Mail subs'rs, 1 copy, 1 year 104 numbers, 4 00
do 2 copies, do do 7 00
do 6 copies, or over, to one- address,
. . for each copy 3 00
Mail subs'rs, single copy. 1 year, 52 numbers 2 50
do Clubs ot five,o out address, 10 00
Persons remitting S20 for 10 copies, to o,ie ad
dress, will reecive one copy extra, gratis.
Persons remitting S40 for 20 copies, to one ad
diess, will receive one copy Semi-Weekly gratis
Persons remitting .-SO for 40 copies, to one ad
dress, will receive odc copy Daily, gratis.
Drafts on New York payable to the order of the
"Tribune," being safer, are preferable to any oth
er mode of remittance. But where drafts can'
not be conveniently procured. United States, or
National Bank bills are the next best, and may
be sent by mail; but in case of loss, The Tribune
will not be responsible unless furnished with a
full description of the bills, including the name
of the bank, denomination and number, and the
time and place of the mailing of the letter with
the incloare. Address. , .
THE TRIBUNE, New York
i T71IUTIT TREFS. The undersigned having
f been appointed an agent of do "Maricfa
Nursery" in Lancaster county, would rMpectful
ly inform the citizens of Clearfield county, that
he i3 prepared at all times to fill orders for every
kind of Fruit Trees, and Shrubbery, at proprie
tors prices. .. S. B. TAYLOR, Agent.
. Curwensville, Pa., Nov . 2:, I SOI. . . '.'
Pittsburg Saw Works.
IIl'BBAUDS A7n LONG, '
Manufacturers of Patent Ground . Circulars
warranted eat steel saws of every description
Mill, Mulay, Cross-cut, Gan-r and all other varie
ties. All kinds of knives and ppring3 made from
sheet cast steel. Extra refined Reaper and Mow
ing knives, tc Particular attention paid to re
toothiiig. gumming Add.- Mraightening -circular
saws; together with repairiug of all kinds. Ware
house and Works, corner of 'Water and Short
streets, Pittsburg, Pa. April 13, lSlit-1 yp.
c. w. iimBAitn : : : : s. d.hcrbabi : : : : s. A. long.
Life Insurance at Home.
The Penn Mutual Lite Insurance Co.,
i21 CnESTsrr Street, Phil'a.
Insures Lives on favorable terms, and will issue
Policieson any of the approved plans of insurance.
Assets liable to losses.? 1,22 1,289 71.
Surplus divided Annually, Losses paid prompt
ly Premiums may bo paid in cash; annually,
semi-annually or quarterly; Jr oue-half in cash,
and one-half in note. Ey a supplement to the
charter, notes hereafter received will participate
in all Dividends or Surplus. Scrip certificates up
to January, 1)53, inclusive, are now receivable in
payment of pre'niunis n
Agency, at tho office of II. B. Swoope, Clear
field, Pa. Dr J. G. Ilartswiok, Medical Exami
ner. August 21, ltH.
GEAKD OPENING OF
C. W. & II. Vv SMITH'S,
comprising a general assortment of'
Dry-Goods,. Groceries,' " Queens-ware,
Wooden-ware, Boots and Shoes,
Tactions, kc.t kc, kc.
Best quality of Prints, Delaines, Moaumbiques,
Linen, Pcplin3, B'alznrines, Lavcllus, Ginghams
check, drilling, ticking and sheeting, shawls,
plain siiks, fowlurd silks, cassamtrcs cottonades,
jeans, tweeds, satiuetts, bleached muslins (at less
than city wholesale prices) brown muslins.
IIO.SIE 11 Y, Gloves, lUbbons.Trimmiags, But
tons, (in great variety) collars.velvet ribbon,veils,
headnets, embroidery, braids, handkerchiefs, la
dies elastic pages, whalebones, bindings, ehil
drens', misses', aud Indies hoop skirts, Quaker
and Corset Skirts,
NEW STYili JlALlORALu.
Sugar, Tea. Coffee, Molassss, SpiCPi..te.. Oranges,
Split Peas, Lemons, Full Tea SutU, Lushes, com
mon and fiiiO ware, cups.saucer3. preserve jars &a.
TUBS, Brooms, Chcrns, Mops. Euckots, Meas
ures, brushes, combs, wicks, fancy bu bowls,
door-mets, window blinds, cords, tac-scls, etc., etc
Children?. Misses and Ladies' morocco boots,
shoes, baimorals. and g.ntors.
Great eduction in prices of Fall and
J. P. KUATZEE,
Having purchased a largo stock .since
the late decline in prices, is now en
abled to oiler great bargains in
NEW STYLE DlTESS GOODS,
Richest printed goods; All wool De
laines; French Merinos; Good
Black t;ilk; Coburgs and Al
piica.s; Woolen Shawls;
BEADY MADE CLOTHING,
Ladies' Mantels ; Furs and Bonnets;
Sttiple Dry Goods; Millhu-ry
Goods ; Hosiery and Not ions;
Hats and Caps ; Boots
and Shoes ;
HARDWARE, QUEENSWA RE,
Drugs and Groceries; Carpets and oil
cloths; Household good:; gener
erally ; all ol' which will be
sold at greatly reduced
Clearfield, Oct. 17,1804.
"RALLY 'SOUXiD THE COUNTFE, BOYS."
A nr tja in?
THE 2D SERIES "
Of Grand Races have commenced on
the Lumber-City course !
OPEN FOR COMPETITION
Hi fry iu .', ( St' a tin. 's r.cwjitni.)- A jtrize
far i-xi-jiibud i. Appl'l imnie.tliutrly to
the prtqtrietors, Kirk if- Sprncr,
it their Xe.io Chvnp Store,
ot fjinuLi r-Ci.i, lnita.
The fact can be no longer denied the people
have said it. the people know it, and everybody
believes it, that the new store is the place to buy
cheap goods, to buy new goods, to buy fashiona
ble goods, to buy any kind of goods you want.
The summer stock, now opening at Kirk it Spen
cer's, -is the largest, the best assorted and best
that ever camo to the place.
Ladies can find delaines, alpacas," merinos,
cashmeres-French and American ginghams. lawns,
plaids, nankins, berege.cambrics. muslins, bal mo
ral and hoop skirts, silk and cloth muntles, veils,
edgings, lace, braid, nets, corsets, belts, collaretts,
hosiery, gloves, ribbons, bonnets. bats, trimmings,
bobinett, mull and Swiss muslins, shawls, couibj,
wristlet, linen handkerchiefs, toilet articles, JEc.
Gentlemen can find coats, pants, vests, boots,
shoes, bans, caps, collars, neck-ties, suspenders,
shirts, handkerchiefs, perfumery tc.
Children can find toys in great variety, candies,
It is the place to buy your dry goods ; your gro
ceries, your boots and shoes, hats, caps and bon
nets ; your notions yoiy hardware, scythes, forks,
shovels, hoes, rakes; your brooms, cedar and wil
low ware ; your clocks and looking glasses ; your
stone and queensware ; your flour, fish and bacon ;
your glass, putty, paints, oil uTid varnish ; your
nails aud spikes ; in iaot anything you want. If
you wish the highest cash pi ice for your produce,
your butter, eggs, grain, flax-seed, rags, timber,
boards and shingles, it is the place to exchange to
the best advantage to yourselves Any article not
on hand will be ordered on short notice. Ladies
wishing bonnets or dress goods can have them or
dered by calling at Kirk A Spencer's cheap store,
as special arrangements have been made for that
purpose, . . -
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.
liRally 'round the counter, boys !'.' . and be con
vinced of the truth of our assertions.
Lumber-city, June 24. KIRK & SPENCER.
A LARGE STOOK OF CLASS, paints, oPs
white lead, etc.. at E. A. IRVlN'b
FOUR (4) good draught horses for sale by
E A. IRVIN, Cnrwensville.
furniture ar.d interest frm H. II. Morrow, in said
llouse, is now prepared for the reception of tran
sicut ana permanent, boarders, fcvery depart
inent connected "with his establishment will be
conducted second to none in the county. lie res-
peeitully solicits a share of public patronage.
July , lSSO.y. , , GEO. N. COLOURS.
Ali the Merchants in the neighborhood nf for
wensrille'. because I have brought on and opened
a' iiiigtt nuu tteu a-aporiUU SIOCK OI
N E W GOODS,
which I am selling at extremely low prices for
cash. . Jly stock embraces ail the variety usually
kept in a country store, and selected wi'th an eve
W A R . T I II E S -
I will not. here attempt to enumerate all the arti
clcslkcep; and their fabulously low prices
which I niightdo but after you will have sten
and examined for yourselves, you will exclaim, in
tne language ol tne yaeen ot the South
"HALF HAS J.OT KEEN TOLD "
I will merely say, come and see for yourselves
tor L leel satisfied that I can suit your tastes a
well as j'our purses
Lumber and all kuuls of produce also taken in
exchange tor goods.
Cnrwensville. Oct. 22. 1S52. J. V. IRVIN
'"DRUGS ! DRUGS i!
HAltTSWiCK k HUSTON,
JHAIIKET ST., CLEAK FIELD,
Keep constantly on hand a large and well select
ed stock of
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
FAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
Perfumery, Toilet Goods
BLANK BOOKS ft STATIONARY,
i TOBACCO k SEGARS,
And a general assortment of varieties and faccy
Articles. Vi e respectfully invite a call, feeling
confident that we can supply the wants of all ou
tcruu to the.r satisfaction. April 29, LS64.
t CI 111 j U.I VY UILJ5 V liiU J
ITew Goods Extremely Low.
STILL A GRAND MISTAKE ! ! I
TH?.T ALL THE MERCHANTS AT CURWEXS
ville were wounded. 'Tis true, that I was 'shot
at, but missed," but I have procured Brother new
pad lar:;e assortment of goods from tho oity, which
I am disposing of t:t lower rates than any other
nouic in tne county.
READ!! HEAD !.'! READ!!!!
Amonif'tJic Ladies' dress iroods will be found
Poplins, sbai'ies, delains, '.awns, and a variety of
omer seasoncoiti articles, at the lowest war pri
ces. Ladies v;o wish to make a good invest
fl.'V. At! 1 y. S.ii II t r-s F,
J lA. Thn Riili..ril.r l.:!vir;.
ment SUOU14 call ana exan.me my stock.
CLOTHING AT REDUCED PRICES!!!
ltye. oats and corn for sale. Also, bacon, fish,
etc., at very low figures.
- Iiest sugar at from 12 to 15 cents per pound.
Lest Syrup at HO cents per gallon. All other
groceries at the same rate. Boots and shoes, and
Shoe Bindings, cheap.
Now is the time to buy, when goods are plenty ;
and all I ssk is, for persons to examine my goods
and I fuel persuaded they will not go awav with
out purchasing J. L. THOMPSON.
Curwensville, May 20th, 13G3-jal.
Desires to inform his old friends anil customers
that, having enlarged his shop and increased his
facilities for manufacturing, he is now prepared
to make to order such furniture as may be desir
ed, in good stylo ami at cheap rates for cash. He
mostly has on hand at his -Fui uiture Rooms,"
a varied assortment of furniture, among which is,
Bl'KKAl'S AND SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Look -cases; Centre, Sofa, Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen-ny-Liind
and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF .ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ac.
Roeki 1 ig an d Arm C hairs,
Spring-seat, Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs ;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hand, aud new glasses for
old frames, which will be put in on very
reasonable terms, on short notice.
He also keeps on hand, or furniches (o order, Hair.
Coru-husk, Hair and Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS, OF EVERY KIND,
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 f',r ap
proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Popinr.
Lin-wood aud other Lumber suitable for the buoi
nefs, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on MsrKet street. Clear
field, and nearly opposite the -;01d Jew Store."
December. 1331 JOHN GrELlCIL.
Have just opened a large and splendid assort
X L "V GOODS
at their old Stand in Clearfield. Penn'a.
They have the best assortment of Hardware that
has ever been brought to this county, which they
will sell at the most reasonable prices, among
which will be tound a splendid lot of cuttlery. to
which they invite the special attention of the
On hand an assortment of heavy silver-plated
Forks, Spoons, and Duller knives, of tho best
A lot of pistols of the best patterns, and other
fire-arms. Also a general assortment of pistol
cartridges ; all of which will be sold at reasona
They continue to manufacture all kinds of tin
ware, brass kettles, stove pipe, etc.. which cannot
be surpassed in this section of the state.
They also , have on hand Pittsburg Plows, a
mong which are steel centre lever plows. Also,
Plow castings, and otheragricultural implements.
Cook stoves, and Parlor and Coal stoves a gen
eral assortment, and of the best patterns, for sale
at reasonable prices.
Coal oil, Coal oil lamps, paints, oils and var
nishes, a general assortment. Glass, putty, nails,
iron, and castings, a great variety ; in fact almost
anything that may be wanted by the public can
be found iu their establishment, and at prices tfrat
cannot be beat.
Now is the time to purchase, if you desire any
thing in their line of business. Give them a call
and examine their stock, and they feel assured
that yon can be accommodated.
Remember, their establishment is on 2d Street
Clearfield. Pa., where you can buy goods to the
very best advantage.
Old silver, copper, brass, pewter and old cast
inps will be taken in exchange for goods.
May 13, 1S63. MEKRELL 4 BIGLEB.
nno MooL;Kowr.i:s.-Notirei i,0- v
- given to ttcsf ; arsons who have be'-a u1J
wool to John 11 Nawpher. dee'd. for ', '
said Newphcr was doin bur.c.-s for 7ho
signed, aud that all contracts made bv him" -I
be punctually filled. Such persons s bave
ccived goods and were to pav for the ai, e
wool next spring, are notified that the wool' win
be taken as per contract and those who
about to leave the county are requested to eoJ
and settle their accounts without further dtl
Either myelfor another agent will be itUm
in the spring, to secure payment on former con
tracts, and make new ones. M. o. bl'Il'K
, New Millport, Jan. 11, 136j pd.
DR. A. 31. TIILLS DESntESIXn
his patrons that-professional business
Tn- -.Vyr'-S- i therefore bo
!--- '',Sii?tv'(j.7 fioua! Visits to krr c-
L-tmjtTO Jhissurrmer: but!t,av
-feJfw-Vi'.vt 00 the soothww cor
wiS54 --&.-' nerof Front and J'.ai,.
streets at all times, except whin notice :ii-i.c4-j
in the town papers to the contrary. Jut. wV
DK. LITCII'S M EDU I N EsZ77
ply of these invaluable Familv Medici
are for sale by M. A. Frank. Clearfield. coni.tj"U'
ot Pain direr; Restorative. greatcurc forco'
and cough ; and Anti-lSiliom l i,its,r. 1 i,cv j,'
been thoroughly tested in this comtuuuitv a-d
are highly approved. Tkv tmkm. '
rpjIK FX! F.LSIOII SFXBEVM rno
J- TOGR.vril, AMUUOTVPE AND FK-K
have r e-
on '.iO--; :?ir :. y-k'-:t.
-vy.-';.r7A.i4'.-- Vv -t V
tre co. tat present) where they can supplv all the
in want of pictures of any style or qualit'v. Th, v
have a skylight and sidelight C'inibint J.'n hi'oh i"i
superior to any oilier light. Their pictures are
not excelled anywhere and they challenge com
parison respecting rjuaHty and price, notwith
standing the increase in price, of chemicals a ul
other material. They will tike Photographs at
the fol'owing low prices: Large Photograph-.
$ 1,75, nd for additional copies SI. mi 4 cards
plain, for l.C"-; duplicates 23 cents. 4 cnr R vig
nette. ?1,50 ; dup licates .''.0 cents. 4 card Ferro
otypes S1..'D: duplicates 3j cents.
P. S. Partii-ularatfention given to copying all
kinds'of pictures into photographs at reasonable
prices. DUADLEY A0:.
September I t. ISfil. rhilips urg Fa.
TIT ST KKC K I V ED
9 Ml'ltl I'S
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE, ' "Tpl
Graham's Row. Clearfield. Pa., a fine assortment ol
WATCHES J EWELUY, 4o., ic, to whi;h we is-
Gold and Silver hunting and open faced wnt -k
es, to be had at N AL'GLE'S.
The American Lever of different Qualities, can
be had at NAl GLE'S
Fine setts of Jewelry, such as Cameo. CoraM.a
va Jett, Carbuncle, Garuett. Oiial. Florentiiic Mo
saic, Gold Stone Mosaic, Porcelain painfinsrs. Ac,
or single pieces at NAl S.
1 lain gold Ureast pins, r.ardrops. Iloon Kur r;n -i.
children's ear drops and rings at N A l 1.1! S.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, cold tan him! sil
ver holders at NAlV,i.i:'.
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt .tu ls. fnb
buckles and guard slides at NAUGLF.'S.
A tine assortment of gold finger rings of differ
ent styles and quality, gold lockets. cur;d n.jc!:i
ces, silver thim tiles, spectacles, watch guards und
all articles in his line, on band at A I ii i.L
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancr and
common Clocks, and Fancy Time-pic-es t'rorv. I 2i
to 1 a dollars at AAliiLt. s.
Old Jold and Silver will bo taken in ex'-hat o
for goods at NAI Ui.E S.
All goods warranted as repreiented. or t!ie mo
ney refunded, at NAl";JLK.
If you wit-b your watches put m good repax
and warranted, take tr-sui ( NAl-GLtl'S.
THE WEED M:riE!
T II E SHUTTLE STITC II
THE WEED SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
503 Hkoadway, New Yohk,
Mnnfacture the mo,-t perfect Machine for Si-win,'
of al! kinds, ever presented to the American riiti-
io. and challcnjro comparison with any Sewiii:
Machine in tide in the United States.
The WEED Machines, with all their taiuslle
improvements, entirely overcome all imj.crfectioiiS
Tltey are tSuperior to ail oilier?, fr
'umily ji:u1 Manufacturing purposes.
Simple in construction, durable in all ilieir part
and READILY UNDERSTOOD. Tl.ev Lavc-.-r-
lintv of stitch on all kinds -f fabrics, and are a-
dapted to a wide range of work, without ch.-wze
or Ailitistiiipnt I mr.e all kinds ot threat!. "
Jlem, l-,U. Unit. Uatlur. ii.ai l. li't'A.
lord, and in fact do all kinds of work rt'ait- 1
bv Families or Manufacturers. They make !-
Interlock Shuttle Utitrh, which cannot be ex'-ek f
for firmness, elasticity, durability and eicne
Thcv have lloceived tl;e iii'l'.cst Irc-
miums! in every instance, where they have been
exhibited in competition with other machines
We invite all persons in search of an instruu.
to execute any kind of Sewing now done by
chinery, to inspect them, and m ii-e sure they '
cure the. best, by proving the WEED before par
chasing. The Company being duly licensed, the
Machines are protected against infringement i-r
"Persons at a distance can order ly mil
with a perfect confidence that the Mi-hm'
reach them safely, and that tbey will be able to
manage it to their entire satisfaction, with no 0
ther aid than the printed instructions accompa
nying each' Machine. Every explauation will M
cheerfully given to ail, whether they wish to pur
chase ir not. Descriptive circulars, together wi.
Specimens of Work, will be furnished to a.l ?
desire them, by mail or otherwise.
Reliable Agents Wanted, in all localities
in the United States, Canadas, British Province ,
Cuba, Mexico, Central and South America.
India Islands and the Bahama Islands, to wnm
we offer great inlucements. Energetic men wm
find it a paying business, as reliable Sewing .
chines have become a necessity in every taaiiiy
We manufacture a great variety of styles- ire
which we give a few prices : No 2, Fsn-Uy-
No. 2, Extra. S65; No 2, Half case. S .O and Stf.
No. 3 & 4, Manufactorine. $t0 and $9.
WEED SEWINO MACHINE CO..
(Box 2.041 P. OA 506 Broadway, -1 -
New Y'ork, May 25, 164.-Sm
Thomas Mills. Clearfield, P-. i "SwSi
authorixed agent for the sale of the Weed seww
Machine. Call and fe the Machine.
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