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CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 12, 1867.
GO, ASK MY MOTHER.
You've told me many a time and oft
That I was fair and comely;
My eyes were bright my tresses soft
While other girld were homely.
"She's quite young to know her will,"
The folks say to each other ;
But if you truly love ine still
Why, go and ask my mother.
I'm told there's care io married life
That all the joy's in courting ;
When young men have secured a wife,
They say their vows are sporting.
I won't believe what old maids say,-
If you won't choose another;
You've bothered me so much to-day
Do, go and ask my mother.
HOW TO MAZE A WATEEPALL.
Take four pounds of rags aud a bunch of shavings,
An old tin pan and a bundle ot straw ;
Then steal an old hat of somebody's leavings,
And swear it s your own to get clear ot the law.
Next get an old stocking and. stuff it with paper,
And, if it is possible, put in a mole;
Then get some old china and a nutmeg grater,
And make them all up in a nice roll.
Put all these things in a net of red,
And glistening beads nilist cover them all,
- Then fasten it ou the back of your head.
And you have a '-love of a waterfall."
A passenger by a Lake Superior boat sat
down at the dinner table. A waiter thrust
a bill of fare into his plate.
"What's that bit ov paper?" said he.
"A bill of fare," responded the darkey.
. "A what is it?" said he, getting up and
leaving the table. "I've paid me fare, and
confound it, if I don't lave the boat before
ye git a rid cent more out o' mo for the
The genial captain explained the matter,
and the passenger went back aud "cleaned
out" the table.
What is it? "What do you call this?"
said Mr. Jones Smith, gently tapping his
breakfast with bis Xork.
' Call it ?" suarl&l the landlady ; "what
do you call it?"
"Well, really," said Smith, reflectively,
"I don't know. There is hardly hair enough
in it for mortar, but there is entirely too
much if it is intended for hash '.' '
Deacon Jonathan Kingsbury, of Livonia
Station, Livingston county, has. in his pos
session the identical sword carried by Gen
eral Putnam through the Revolutionary war.
"I never knew but one woman," said Sir
Robert Walpole, "whom I could not bribe
with money. It was Lady S , and she
Sensible men in Kentucky who have
been previously connected with the third
party, are joining the host of the true U
The Government will not lose a dollar by
the failure of the first National Bank of
rpHE CHEAPEST GOODS
ARE SOLD BY
Foreign and domestic dry goods, ate,
MARKET STREET, CLEARflELD, FA.
Read the following list of good and profitlherehy .
FOR THE LADIES.
Always on hand a large stock of La
dies goods such as Coburg Cloth,
Alpacas, Do Laities, Ginghams,
Prints, Uhintx, Kerchiefs, Nu
bies, Bonnets, Gloves, etc.
Always on band Black, Blue. Brown
and Grey Cloths, Fancy and Black
Casimeres. Sattinets, Cassinets,
Tweeds, Plain and Fancy Vest-
ings. blurting, etc., etc. etc
Such as Coats, Pants, Vests, Under
shirts, and other Flannel shirts,
Boots, Shoes, llats, Caps, Neck
ties, Gum Boots and Shoes, and
a variety of other articles.
Such as Unbleached and Bleached
Muslins, Colored Muslins, Linen
and cotton table cloths. Oil cl oth,
Linen and hemp towls. car
pets, curtains, fringe, eto
If you want Nails or spikes. Manure
or other fork, aw-mill or other
saws, Snfootn: eg irons. Locks,
Hinges, eto, go to Mossop's
where you n buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Knives and forks. Butcher Knives,
Shoe and Stove blacking, Manilla
and hemp ropes, Ink, Paper or
Pens, Powder, Shot or Lead,
eto., buy tnem at .Mossop s.
IF YOU WANT
Shoe Last or Pegs, Palm or Fancy; Goods
Soap, Starch, Wall Paper or Win
dow shades, Lamps, .Lamp tubes
or Wicks, coal oil, etc , go to
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WA2fT
Good extra family Flour, White or
brown sugar, hams, shoulders or
sides, coffee; Imperial, Young
Hyson orblacs tea, buy them
at Mossop's cheap for cash.
IF YOU WANT
Tallow candles, fine or coarse salt,
syrup or molasses, cheese, dried
apples or peaches, water or so
do cracsers, call at Mossop's
where you can buy cheap.
IP TOU WANT
! Port wine for Medical or Sacramen
tal uses, Sweet wine, old Monon
gahela or rye whisicy, Cherry
and Cognae brandy, buy at
Mossop's cheap cash store.
tv vnn want
Raisens, Figs, Prunes or dried Cur-i00
rants; filberts, cream, pecan or "v
or Liquorice root, buy them
at Mossop's cheap and good.
IF YOU WANT
To buv any other artiole cheap, be
sure to go to Mossop, for he sell? Goods
cheaper for cash than any other iGoods
person in Clearfield county. IGoods
November 27, 18l. p27'59.J700,
Atinrmved cauntrv produce of every kind taken at
the tftf market prices in exchange for pood.
A LARGE LOT of Raft rope ana small rope
for sale by the eoil, Pully blocks, at a small
advance on eoBt by IRVIN A HARTSHRN.
HOISERY, Gloves and notions, in great variety
at (May 8, '67.j J. P. KRATZER'S.
JJARTSWICK & IRWIN,
DRU G GISTS,
Having refitted and removed to the room lately
occupied by Richard Mossop, on Market St., now
offer low for cash, a well selected assortment of
pitUGS AKD CHEMICALS.
Also, Patent Medicines of all kinds, Paints, Oils,
Glass, Putty, Dye-stuffs, Stationary, Tobacco and
Segars, (Confectionary, Spices, and a larger stock
of varieties than ever before offered in this place,
and warranted to be of the best the market af
fords. Inspect their stock before purchasing
elsewhere, and they feel warranted in saying that
jou will be pleased with the quality and price of
their goods. Remember the place Mossop's old
stand, on Market St. Dej. 6, 1865.
HIFFI-.E 3c FAUST
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY-GOODS, &C
MAIS STREET, CURWK.N8 VILLE, FA.,
Having just returned from the east with a gen
eral assortment ot goods, to wfiich they desire to
invite the attention of their old customers and
friends. Their stock consists of
Dry-Goods, Groceries. Hard ware, Queensware,
Tinware, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Clothing, Notions, etc., in great variety, which
they now offer at prices for cash to suit the
They also deal in Grain, Pork, Shingles, Boards,
and other lumber, which will be received at the
highest market prices in exchange for goods.
Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair
rates art respectfully requested to give us a call.
Remember you can find us at the old stand on
Main Street where we are prepared to accomo
date customers with anything in our line of
Sept. 6. 1865. HIPPLE A FAUST.
0 YES! 0,YES!1 O.Y'ES!!!
? 20 PERCENT. LOWER
THAN ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE COUNTY.
JOHN S. RADEBACII,
Having opened a new store at the Blue Ball,
Clearfield county. Pa., wishes to notify the public
that he is determined to sell all kinds of goods
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST in theCuUIlty.
Now is your time to cal 1 and examine his stock,
while he is placing on his shelves a full assort
ment of the best Dry Goods, Groceries, Queens
ware; Drugs, Oils and Paints, Ac.
Hats, Caps, Boots and shoes, of all kinds, con
stantly kept for sale.
Also, a general assortment of ready-made Cloth
ing for men and boys.
He will dispose of his goods at a very low price
for cash, or exchange them for all kinds of mar
keting. Sawed lumber and shingles taken in exchange
or goo ds. JOHN S. RADEBACII.
October 24th, 1966.
p R I C E CURRENT
H. W. Smith & Co.
GREAT REDUCTION IN MERCHANDIZE.
Prints that we sold at 25 cts. we now sell at 22
Unbleached muslins 'at 30 cts. " at 25
Bed muslins from 25 to 50 cts. " 23 to 40
Alpacas we sold at 45 to 80 cts. " 35 to 65
All wool delaines at 60 cts. " at 55
Common delaines at 35 cts. '' at 25
Cassimeres 10 percent, above eost, and all dress
goods at the same ratio.
BOOTS and shoes of No. 1 quality (not auction)
at immense reductions.
FISH, such as mackerel, Barring, Ac, we will
sell at cost ! !
HOODS, Nubias, Breakfast shawls etc., of ev
ery description reduced.
We offer our stock of Dry Goods, at the above
figures up to Jan. lst,lSS7. They are all A No.l,
new and fashionable. Look at it! an alpacca at
the price of a common delaine ! We make his
offer in good faith, giving all an opportunity to
lay in their supplies at the cheapest rates.
Best eoal oil at 85 cents per gallon.
Strictly for cash. n
Nov. 23, 18C6. II. W. SMITH A CO.
JJARK! WHAT IS THAT?
The last goods of the season have just arrived at
Wm. F. Irwin's, on Second street, Clearfield,
and will be sold at about cost and carriage.
Now is the time to buy! And buy your goods at
the Cheap Cash Store if you want bargains. !
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
The undersigned has just received from the East
ern cities a large and well selected stock of the
most seasonable goods, which he can dispose of at
the cheapest prices. His friends and custom
ers are invited to examine his stock of goods, and
ascertain the prices before purchasing elsewhere
as he feels persuaded none undersell him.. His
stock embraces a well selected assortment of
Dry-Geods and Notions, Hardware,
Queensware, Groceries, Drngs, Oils and
Paints, Glass, Hats and Caps, Baskets and
Buckets, School Books and Stationary, Salt, Axes,
Nails and Spikes.
Also, a large assortment of Boots and Shoes of
the very best makes, and at prices lower than
Also, Dried Fruits, and Canned Fruits,
And a great variety of other useful articles, all of
which will be sold cheap for cash, or ex
changed for approved produce.
Go to the "cheap cash store" if you want to buy
goods at fair prices.
Nov. 3, 1866. WM. F. IRWIN.
SEVERAL SET of heavy double harness and
home-made horse collars at the More of
Dee, g, 1866. IKVIN A HARTSHORN.
TOVES of all sorts and sixes.
hand at MEKRELL A BIGLER 8
Cl TTRVEYOR. The undersigned . offers i
his services to the public, as a Surveyor.
He may be fonnd at his residence in Lawience
township, when not engaged ; or addressed by
letter at Clearfield, Penn'a. -,,,..,
March 6th. 1867,-tf. J AMES MITCHELL.
"RANKING & COLLECTION OFFICE
FOSTER, PERKS A CO.,
Successors to Foster. Perks, Wright A Co
Philipsbcrg, Centre Co., Pa.
Where all the business of a Banning House
will be transacted promptly and upon the most
favorable terms. March 20.-tf.
C. K. FOSTER KWD. PERKS. J.P.M'gIKK.
SOLDIERS' BOUNTIES. A recent bill
has passed both Houses of Congress, and
signed by the President, giving three years' sol
diers S100 and two years' soldiers $50, bounty.
Soldiers wounded in line of duty, who did not
serve two or three years.are entitled t3 the bounty.
t3F"Bounties and Pensions collected by me for
those entitled to them.
WALTER BARRETT, Att'y at Law.
Aug. 15th, 1866. Clearfield, Pa.
in lib to 251b. packages;
Washington-Medal White Zinc,
ground in oil ;
in oil and dry;
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
and Paint Brushes,
FOR SALE BY
HARTS WICK & IRWIN,
yALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
The undersigned offers at piivate sale, his farm
situate in Jordan tp , Clearfield county, Pa , coa
tuinig 203 acres net meusure. 1 his land lies in one
of the best farming sections in the county, and is
in a high state of cultivation. About 175 acres
of the land is cleared, of which 125 acres are in
clover and timothy the whole under good fences.
The tuildings are a new two-story frame dwelling
house, two 40 teet fronts a hewed log barn, 64
by 50 feet a frame straw house adjoining the
barn, 36 by 40 feet acorn and carriage-house, 18
by 26 feet and all the other necessary outhouses
to constitute it a desirable residence. The water
is convenient and good. There is also on the
premises au orchard of 125 bearing apple trees,
and some cherries. A good vein of eoal under
lies the land, and there is an abundance oj Mile
stone convenient thereto. Terms reasonable.
For further partieulars address the subscriber at
Ansonville, Clearfield county, Pa., or call aud tea
Apr. 10, 1867, 3mp. JOHN SWAN.
ED. Y. GKAHAM, "
D HY-G'O ODS,
W NDOW-SH ADES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH,
g MARKET STREET,
Mat 10, 1867.
JfEW SPRING GOODS,
JUST RECEIVED AT
KIRK & SPENCERS,
Lumber City, Pa.,
The undersigned would respectfully inform
their customers, and the publio in general, that
they have just received their Spring stock of
goods, consisting of Dry Goods. Groceries, Boots
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Fish, Salt, FlourBaeon, Nails'
Paints, Oils. Stoneware, Hardware. Queensware'
Baskets, Tubs, Churns. Carpet, Oil cloth, and a
general variety of such articles as are usually
t' " vuuuiry Blurts, ait uj. wuiuu iney will
Sell CHEAP FOR C.VSH.
They weuld also direct attention to their large
stock of Ready-made Clothing, which they offer
for sale at a small advance upon cost.
KIRK A SPENCER
Lumber City, Pa., May 8, 1867.
N. B. We also manufacture to order, and con
stantly keep on hand, a general assortment of
Boets and Shoes, for men. women and children
KIRKA SPENCER. '
PAAA POUNDS OF WOOL wanted at Kirk A
0JJJ Spencer's, Lumber City. Pa . in ex.
change for store goods.
May 22, 1867-lm.
DIARIES for 1867, for sale at
Hot. 28. WKIQHT A FLAN IG AN '8.
Pork packers, Dealers in Glass, Iron and Nails ;
Family Flourof best brands; Bacon, Hams, Sides
and Shoulders ; Lard, Mess Poik, Dried Beef and
Cheese; Beans, Hominy and Dried Fruit ; Carbon
and Lard Oil, etc.
Red Frost, No. 255 Liberty Street Pittsburg,
Penn'a. March 6, 1867-ly.
The Fourth Session of the present Scholastic
year, will commence on Monday, April 29, 1867.
Pupils can enter at any time. They will be
charged with tuition from the time they enter to
the close of the session.
The course of instruction embraces everything
included in a thorough, practical and accom
plished education of both sexes.
The Principal having had the advantage of
much experience in his profession, assures pa
rents and guardians that his entire ability and
energies will be devoted to the mental and moral
training of the youth placed under his charge.
Terms of Tcitjon:
Orthography, Reading, Writing and Primary
Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) $5 00
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, and Histo
AIgebra,Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration,
Surveying, Philosophy, Physiology? Chemistry
Book-keeping, Botany, and Physical Geogra
phy. - $9,00
Latin, Greek and French, with any of the a
bove branches, $12,00
OFXo deduction will be made for absence.
For further particulars inquire of
Rev. P. L. HARRISON, a. m.
May 1,1867. Principal.
E W SPRING STOCK!
..J. SHAW & SON.
Have just returned from the east and are now
cpening an entire new stock of goods in the room
formerly occupied by Wm. F. Irwin, on Market
Street, which they now offer to the publio at the
lowest cash prices.
Their stock consists of a general assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Dress Goods,
Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Brooms, Nails, eto. ,
in fact, everything usually kept in a retail store
can be had by calling at this store, or will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well selected, 'and consists of the
newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latest
styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for cash,
or exchanged for approved country produee.
Be sure and call and examine our stock before
making your purchases, as we are determi ned to
olease all who may favor us with their custom.
May 8, 1867. J. SHAW A SON.
TMPORTANT to PENSIONERS. The
Act of Congress approved June 0, 1866,
gives additional pension to the following class of
1. To those who have lost both eyes or both
ha tds, or are totally disabled in the same so as
to require constant attendance, the sum. per
month, of - $25,00
2. To those who have lost both feet, or are to
tally disabled in the same, so as to require con
stant attendance, $20 00
3. To those who have lost one hand or one foot,
or so disabled as to render them unable to per
form mauual labor equivalent to the loss of a
hand orfoot, the sum, per month, of $15 00
4. Persons deprived of their pensions under
Act of March 3d, 1865, by reason of being iu cit
il service are restored.
5. The heirrof invalid pensioners who died af
ter application for their pension bad been filed,
and before the certificate was issued, and who
have left widows or minor children, will be enti
tled to receive arrears due at the death of the
6. Pensions are extended to dependent fathers
and brothers, the same as to mothers and sisters.
In all of these cases, new applications must be
made ine undersigned is prep ned, with th
proper blanks, for the speedy procurement o
Claims for bounty and baek pay. pensions, and
claims for local bounty under State law. promptly
collected. U. B. SWOOPE, Att'y at Law,
July 11, 1866. Clear6eld, Pa.
E A L ESTATE FOR SALE.
The undersigned offers the following valuable
Real Estate at private sale:
158 acres and 113 perches of farm land, sixty
cleared, and having thereon a good frame house
and log barn. This is the very best coal land.
Situated in Woodward township, one half mile
from Puseyville. .
Also 100 acres of Timber Land, situated on Mor
gan's run, in Woodward township, one and a half
mnes irom i useyvnie.
Also, two acres, with a two-story plank house
and frame stable thereon, situated in Woodward
township, on the road leading from Tyrone to
Clearfield town, two miles from Puseyville ; a
good location for a tradesman of any kind.
A lso, two lots in Puseyville, with six houses and
one barn erected thereon, the two lots lying ad
joining The first, No. 10, being a corner lot,
with tavern stand, containing three-fourths of an
acre, with over 300 f et of bank on Clearfield
oreek; rent worth $l25peryear. Second lotNo.
11, 60 feet on front street and 120 feet back, with
two plank houses erected thereon, well suitable
for mercantile or any public business.
CFTbe above property will be sold at reason
able prices and fair terms. - C. J. SHOFF,
Nov 22, 6m. Madera,P.O.,Clearfield co.Pa.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Five
' hundred men, to act aa salesmen for
"Cobbin's Illustrated Domestic Bible," compris
ing upwards of 1,500 crown quarto pages; a Com
mentary of 17,000 notes from different Commenta
tors ; 7(10 engravings; family photograph depart
ment ; extended concordance ; maps, biblical his
tory, chronological tables. Ac. A book that al
ways sells. Our average sales are 500 copies per
day. As a standard bible for families, teachers,
ministers, and all lovers of the word of God, it
has no competitor. For particulars, address
H. A. STREET A CO..
April 3, 1367. Box 222, Harritburg. Pa.
EW CLOTHING STORE.
Would respectfully inform the citizens of Clear
field, and surrounding country, that he has just
opened a large and well-selected stock of Gentle
men's elothing, and furnishing goods. Youths' and
Boys' suits. Hats of latest style.Boots, Shoes, etc.,
in the well-known room on Market street-recent-
ly occupied by Wm. Hoffman as a confectionary
and saloon His goods are of the best, and his
prices moderate. Calleand see. Ap. 10-3t.
WOOL W A M TED. 1 00.000 1 bs of wool wanted,
for which the highest market price will be
paid by J P. KRATZER.
EW GOODS. A general assortment of Spring
Goods, just received at J. P. KRATZER'S.
IL, Putty, Paints Glass and Nails,' for sale at
-a sty i m u tt r f r t -r
June oo. DiC4txr,r.uu a muuiU ij.
R ROBISON &
"ORTir AMERICAN STEAMSHIP Co.
Opposition line to California.
V ia Nicaragua, evejv twenty days, with Passen
geis. Freight, and U. S Mails, on the followina:
first-class steamships "
SANTIAGO DE CUBA.
PASSAGE AND FREIGHT AT REDFCED RATES.
Sailing days from New York,
March 30, 1867, April 20, 1867, May 1st and 20,
1867, June 1 0 and 30.1 867,and -every 20 days there
after, leaving on the Saturday previous when a
regular Sailing Day eomes on Sunday. For fur
ther information apply to the NORTH AMERICAN
STEAMSHIP CO. Wm. H. Webb. Pres't 54. Ex
change Placo N. Y D'. N. Carrisgtok, Agent,
177, Wett St. cor .Warren, N. Y. Mar. 20.'67-3m.
Q LOTH IN G ! CLOTHING!!
GOOD AND CHEAP H!
Men, Youths and Boys can be f uplpied with full
in its of seasonable and fashionable elothing at
KEIZEN'STEIN BROS' & CO.,
wliere it is sold at prioes that will induce their
purchase. The universal satisfaction which has
been given, has induced them to increase their
i'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of the kind in this part of the State.
Reizenstein Bro's k Co.,
Sell goods at a very small profit, 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 sell cheaper than every body else.
Their store is eonveniently situated.
They having purchased their stock t reduoed
prices they can sell cheaper tl an others.
For these and other reasons persons should boy
their clothing at
REIZENSTEIN BtiO'S A CO.
Produce of every kind taken at the highest
market prices. May IS, 1864.
JfEff HARDWARE STORE!
PHILIPSBCRG, CENTRE CO. , PA.
G. H. Zeigler & Co.,
Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery,
Wood and Willow ware, Tin ware, .
Stoves, Oils, Paints, Glass, Iron,
Nails', etc., eto., eta
The attention of Mechanics, Builders, Farmers.
Lumbermen aud Buyers generally, is invited to
the fact that we are now offering a better assort
ment of goods in our line than can be found else
where in this part of the State, at prices to suit
the times. Our stock oomprises a general assort
ment of Tools and Materials used by Carpenters,
Blacksmiths, Carriage and Wagon makers, Join
ers. Ac, together with a large stock of
Iron, Steel, Nails,
Spikes, Railroad and Mining supplies; Saddlery
and Harness material a good assortment ; Ropes,
Chains, Grindstones, circular mill and cross-cut
Saws; Enameled, Finished, and ' Plain Hollow
ware in great variet ; Cables, Coal oil Lamps and
Lanterns; Lard, Linseed, Coal and Lubricating
oils; and an extensive and good selection of
Comprising a general assortment of dining knives
and forks, dessert knives and forks, and carving
knives and forks, pocket and pen knives, razors,
shears, scissors, shoe knives, and many other ar
ticles. Also, dessert, tea and table-spoons, and
plated forks, in great variety and of the best man
ufacture. Also, Brittania and silver-plated ware.
In great variety, and of the best manufacture al
ways ou hand, among which will be found buck
etsof every size, tin-cups, oil cns, sprinkling
cans, dutting pans, miners' lamps ; gallon, quart
and pint measuras, and many other artioles in
the tin-ware line, which are wanted by everybody.
Can be supplied with Anvils, Bellows, Vices,
sledges, hammers, horse and mule shoes, horse
nails, and all kinds of flat and round bar iron,
nail rods' eto ; and with oast, shear, spring and
blister steel, trom the best manufacturers in the
United States, or of foreign manufacture.
And Builders will find in our establishment a
superior and complete stock of
Planes, ' Saws,
Sash, Cord, Ac.
Will find everything in their line, and cheaper
than elsewhere in this section of the Stat com
prising Household, horticultural, farming and
rafting implements, of the latest and most im
proved patterns Particular attention is direct
ed to our very ex eusive stock of wood and coal
Comprising Spear's Justly celebrated Anti dust
cook and parlor stoves of all sizes ; AIsq, The Ni
agara cook. Parlor cook. Ftrilli.nt T). n Tl
drop, Artie, Egg and Picket stoves.
All of the above goods will be sold cheap for
CmI- G.H ZEIGLER A CO.
Philipsbnrg. Oct. 10th. 13fl6.-ly.
COAL, Whale, and Linseed Oil, Family Dyes,
J Varnish and Pnintanf all Irinil rrndllil in Oil.
for sale by UARTSWICK A IRWIN.
HORSE-SHOES," and horse-nails, to be had si
Amg. 23. MERRELL A BIGLER'S.
gOLDIER'fi i BOUNTIES.
equalizing bounties has pard 1 ..iMi
ses, was approved by the Prudent, nd i
law. A three years soldier gets luo
years' soldier $;0 Bounties and P"?i
colleeted by me for those entitled to them I"
forward your applications. Bf'V
. , J,f McENALLY, Att'y. at L.
August 1, 1866 CleageU.
QLARFIELD HOUSE, clj
w Pa. The subscriber would respectful
solicit a continuance of the patronage of hi
friends and customers at the "Clearfield lien
Having made many Improvements, he isnrer
ed to accommodate all who may faror him .
their custom. Every department conoe.ij T'r
the bouse is eonducted in a manner to eir.
eral satisfaction. Give him a call. '
Siov. 4, 1866. GEO. N. COLBU 8 S
rpHE "CORNER SOeT7-
CCRWENSVIIXE, PA., " -Is
the place to purchase goods of every dewy
tion. and at the most advantageous terms. Alt
and well selected stock of seasonable eoodi I t
been added to that already on hafid. which t!
are prepared to sell to customers at prices at W
a the lowest. The highest market ratei pii ,C
lumber of all descriptions. The patrongt 0( t"'
publio is respectfully solicited.
E. A. IRVIN,
W. R. HARTSH0R1
Cnrwenrrille. July 17, 1865
Q N HIS OWN HOOK,
W. F. CLARK,
Would respectfully announce to the eitixeci '
Clearfield and vicinity that he has taken tin
rooms, formerly occupied by P. A. Giuliu, i
Graham's Row, immediately over U. F. XangVi
jewelry store, and will continue the tailoring tn.'
siness iu all its various branches. A full a,,-..
ment of cloths, eassimeres, and vestings, eo-.
stantly on hand and made up to order on t! -shortest
notice. Partieular attention will be gir'
en to eutting mens.' boys ' and childreni' clot:,
ing, in the most fashionable styles. Give him'j
call. Deo. 6,!66 W. F. CLARjy.
The subscribers have entered into co-partnership,
and are trading under the name of Irrln,
Baily A Co.. in lumber and merchandise, at tat
old stand of Ellis Irvin A Son, at the month of
Lick Run. They would inform theirfriendt.ana
the world in general, that they are prepared to
furnish to order all kinds of sawed or hewn lam
ber, and solicit bills, for either home or casters
They would also announce that they have, jut
A NEW STOCK
of well selected goods, suitable to the seaton.eoii
sisting ot every variety usually kept in counrj
stores. Their purchases have been made sice
the late decline in prices, which enable them tc
sell at such rates as will astonish their customer -One
if their partners, Thomas L. Baily, resile
near Philadelphia, whose business it w be to
watch the martrete and make purchase, on the
most favorable terms. Call and see us.
THOMAS L. BAILY,
Goshen tp.,Deo.6,T865. LEWIS I. IRWIN.
J. W. Bradley'a
CELEBRATED PATE.tr DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OB DOIUI
The wonderful Flexibility and great comfort
and pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplet El
liptic Skirt will be experienced particularly in
all crowded assemblies, operas, carriages, rail
road cars, church pews, arm chairs, for prome
nade and house dress, as tho skirt ean be folded
whea in use to occupy a small place as easily and
conveniently as a, silk or muslin dress, an inval
uable quality in crinoline, not found in any sin
gle spring skirt
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort,
and great convenience of wearing the Duplex el
liptic steel spring skirt for a single day, will Def
er afterwards willingly dispense with their use.
For children, misses and young ladies, they
superior to all others
They will not bend or break like the single
spring, but will preserve their perfect and grace
ful shape when three or four ordinary skirts will
have been thrown aside as useless. The hoop
are covered with double and twisted thread, and
the bottom rods are not only double springs, bet
twice, (or double) covered ; preventing them from
wearing out when dragging down stoups.stain, Jo
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with all
ladies and is universally recommended by the
Fashion Magaxines as the standaid skirt of the
To enjoy tbe following inestimable advanta
ges in crinoline, vis: superior quality, p'fc,
manufacture, stylish shape and finish, flexibility,
durability, comfort and economy, esquire for J.
W.Bradley's Duplex Elliptic, or Double Sprier,
Skirt, and be sure you get the genuine article.
Cactios. To guard againt imposition be par
tieular to notice that skirts offered as 'Puplex"
have the red ink stamp, vis: "J. W. BraJley'f
Dupl ex Elliptio Steel Springs," upon the wain
band none others are genuine. Also notice that
every hoop will admit a pin being passed throagb
tbe -centre, thus revealing the two (or douole)
springs braided together therein, which is these-'
eret of their flexibility and strength, and a com
bination not to be found in any other skirt.
For sale in all stores where first elasi skirUara
sold throughout tbe United States and elaewbers.
Manufactured by the sole owners of the Patent
WESTS, BRADLEY CARY,
97 Chambers A 79 A 61 Reade Sts., N. I.
May 1st, 1367.-3m.
Has removed to his new ware rooms en Mrkt
Street, and opened a large stock of SeaionaDJS
Dry Goods, Hardware, Queensware, etc.
FOR LADIES, he has Cashmeres. Mennoi Kep
Delaines, Parmetto, Brilliant, Poplins, lp
Berege, Lwns, Prints Silks. Dusterclotne. ling
hams. Nankeen, Linen. Lace. Edging. Velvet
trimming. Collerette, Braid, Belts, Dresf-bnttoM.
Hosiery, Veils, Nets, Corsets, Collars. flo.
Nubias, Scarps, Hoop-skirts, Balmorals, CoiBJt
Shawls, Mantles, Furs, Notions. Bonnets,
Ribbons. Flowers, Plumes. - ,
MEN'S WEAR, Such as Cloths,Cassimere.
tinett. Flannel, Jean. Tweed. Cottonade.
Italian-cloth, Velvet, Plush, Check, Ticjpj
Drilling-, Linen Crash, Serge, canvass. PsdJios
Linsey, Vestings, Coats. Pants, Vests. Over-'
Shawls, Boys Jackets, Over-alls. Drawers, if
mere shirts, Linen-Shirts, Boots snd Shoes, uu
and Caps. Ao , Ac. - K
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Such as W
pet. Oil cloth Blinds, Curtains, Tassels, two.
Clocks, Looking-glasses. Lamps. Churns, i""'
Buckets, Brooms, Brushes, Baskets, Wsshbotr.
Butter-bowels, . Seives, Flat-irons, Coffee-mi
Bed-cords. Bags, Wall-paper. Carpet-ehaia, w
ton yarn. Candle-wick, Work-baskets, Lsntersj
Umbrellas, Buffalo Robes. CarpetBags, Axes. an
Augers. Ac, Ac, Ac. .
MUSICAL GOODS, Such as Violins, Flutes sn
HARDWARE, Queensware, Glassw.
ware. Groceries, Drugs, Confectioraries.
icines. Flour, Bacon. Fish. Salt.Grain. ''''T.
riage. Trimmings. Shoe Findings, School JJowj.
Nails and Spikes. Glass and Putty, Oil. '
Tobacco, Segars. Candles. Spices, Powder, -"
Lead, Grinu-stones. Rafting Rope, etc., etc.
All oi wnion win oe soia on mo " ., tnr
Die terms ana ia
all kinds of coun
the highest market P"cep
untry produce J.P;KRAT
Dec 13. 1865
FOR SALE" at cost 4 barrels of good fts"1
flour, to elose out the stock, at ,,,
Jan. 10, 1 866. MERRELL A BIOLKgj
PATENT BROOMS, the best Invention out,
doxen just received and for sale cheap
December 12,186. MOSgyjJ--,