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t)c gtaffemtau' gourwtf, gfearftcfb, a., Tarcp 24, i860.
got the farmer.
Growing' of tho Potato From Cuttings.
Peter Henderson, of New Jersey, writes
to the American Agriculturist as follows : A
bout the first of April I stepped into the
store of B. K. Bliss & Son, aud innocently
asked for ten pounds of the Early Rose Po
tato, which he had offered in his advertise
ment at the modest price of $2 per pound.
Mr. 8. informed me with all suavity that
he could Dot let me have ten pounds, but
would (here h3 looked patronizin-'y,) let
me have half that quantity. I hud agreed
to let a friend have five pound of this fa
mous Potato, and had intended the other
five pounds for my own planting, but being
the possessor of ouly ten dollars worth (5
pounds), I of course handed thera over to
my friend, who bad deputed me to buy. lie
in turn handed me back one of the precious
tubers weighing exactly 4 oz., which here-
quested me to "experiment" with. Now,
whether it was the patronizing manner of
my illutrious rival, or whether it was th
suspicion of a covert joke made by my friend
when he handed me the small potato to ex
periment with, I do not know, but an ex
periment was begun. I cut this 4 oz. pota
to in two pieces, so that each surface would
present the greatest number of eyes.
I then placed them on the soil of one of our
green-house benches, keeping them entirely
dry, until the cut part had healed over, and
the shoots began to start from the eye the
temperature of the green-house averaging
perhaps 70 degrees. As soon as the shoots
got to be four or five inches in length, they
were cut off, about of an inch from the
surface of the potato, or far euough off so
as not to injure the latent eyes that were yet
to start. The cuttings were then placed in
the propagating house, and shaded and wa
tered until rooted in the usual way. They
were then potted in 2 inch pot3, in rich soil,
and started to grow in the same tempera
ture in which the potato had been placed.
As the season advanced, shoots in great
numbers were thrown out by the potato,
which in turn were suhmitted to the same
process of shooting. As the first shoots
grew to lengths of 7 or 8 inches, the tops
were cut from these and used as cuttings,
so that by the first of J une this small potam
to of 4 oz had given me nearly 150 plants.ev
ery one of which was equal to a set made
from a tuber. These were planted out in
the firt week of June, in land very ill suited
fir the erowth of the potato, and the crop,
when dug in September, weighed exactly
450 pounds, or an increase of about 1600
It may be questioned if this process is of
any practical value, or whether it will pay.
It is not claimed that there is any use in the
practice if potatoes are being sold at the or
dinary rates even yet paid for the Early
Rose, there is no doubt whatever of the
utility. For example, 1 lb. of potatoes so
grown will easily produce 500 plants, making
500 hills, which, with ordinary culture, will
give 3 lbs. per bill or 1500 lbs. Now the
process of propagation is neither difficult
nor costly, and can be done just as well in a
common hot-bed as in our best-appointed
green houses ;3t he ordinary hot-bed sash,
3 feet by 6, will hold 500 plants, if placed
in the soil of the hot bed exactly as Lettuce
or Cabbage plants are pricked out, are treat
ed much in the same way by carefully shad
ing and watering until the cuttings hare
rooted. These in turn, as they grow make
other cuttings from the top, as before de
scribed. If the variety is very scarce the
erop may still be farther increased by tak
ing cuttings from the plants after they have
made a growth of the field. Without re
sorting to the glass propagation at all, a po
tato crop may be doubled or trebleiTin
quantity by "slipping" the shoots, and
planting them out at ouce, if there is a con
tinuance of rainy weather for two or three
days at a time ; it should be donein June.
I he thinning out of shoots from the regular
plauting will do no more injury to the plants
than the thinning out of a hill of cucumbers
or melons would. It is not claimed that the
growing of potatoes from cuttings is new ;
in fact, it may be doubted if there is much
new in either Horticulture or Agriculture ;
processes that are suggested to us by circum
stances to-day may have been practised by
others a century ago, and it published to the
World at all, have long since been forgotten ;
but there is little doubt that this practice of
growing potatoes from cuttings will be new
to ten thousand of your readers, though the
principle involved, and perhaps the practice
followed, have been long known to many
A horse that is in the harness every day
needs an abundance of food and the right
kind. Oats make more muscle than corn,
and should always form part of the food of a
hard working horse. Corn gives plumpness
and imparts warmth. The colder the weath
er the more corn ; the harder the work, the
Food for Chickens. A writer r?canT-mend-4
for chickens, for the first week after
hatching, hard boiled eggs, to be given,
chopped fine, at least twice a day ; wheat
steeped in milk, and coarse Indian meal,
bread crumbs, etc. A change of food is
necessary taice a week, subjtituting cracked
coin for wheat.
A correspondent of the American Farmers
Magaxine helped to build a corn crib in Ver
mont fifty-five years ago, which is still in
good order and in which no rat or mouse
was ever known to be. It. Ls on stone pillars,
two feet high, each capped by a broad flat
stone, smooth on the ondersido.
It is contended by some that following
corn with oats or barley, and then with
wheat, is not in any sense a rotation, as all
these belong to the same family.
Rather pay wages to a servant, than ac
cept the offered help of occasional atten
dants suharenever paid.
The Ohio Farmer asserts that nine-tenths
of the foot and ankle ailments of the horse
are traceable to standing on dry plank floors.
He that would have hi business done
well, must either doit himself, or see the
doing of tt.
31 E Y E R
ILE8BCRS, CEXTBB COD5TT, F!!l'A.
Also aeent for 'ill the latent Improved Wate
Wheels and PortableSaw Mills- Jan.t)'6rf-lyp
RAN K LIN HOUSE
MILLER FARM STATION,
(OS OIL CHEEK BAIL BOAD,)
Venango County, Pea n't.
THE HOUSE AND FURNITURE NEW
J.v 8,'68-ly. C. VT. TWIST, Pbowuetor.
LOOK AT THIS !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Masio
ror Piano, Kioto and Violin;
Blank Account and Pass Books, of every de
scription; r per ana Envelopes. French
pressed and plain; Pens and Pencils;
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and
Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment
Brief; Legal cap; Kecord cap and
Bill cap, etc ,
Will he sold at Wholesale or Retail by
I. A GAULIN,
At the Poe office, en Market Street,
May 5, 1869
Fall and Winter Goods.
WJI. REED & CO.,
Near Tost Office, Market Street,
Having just opened a large and complete stock
from New Yorkfand Philadelphia, we can offer
extra nlucement. to CASH BUYERS.
W have a splendid selection of
DRESS GOODS, SILKS,
FLANNELS. BLANKETS, BALMORALS,
HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS,
TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS,
ZEPIITR AND WOR6TED TARN,
And the most complete assortment ol Ladies and
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, -
GLOVES OF ALL KINDS.
ALEXANDRES KID AND
IARRIS' CELEBRATED SEAM
LESS KID GLOVES,
the best ever made,
Neckties, Butterflies, Collars, Cuffs, Handker
chiefs, Embroideries, Laces, Edgings also
a large assortment of Furs, with
GAYS' PATENT MUFF,
the best thing extant
Together with a full line of staple goods, all of
whioh we offer at the very lowest cash prices.
CALL AND SEE US.
No Trouble to
REMEMBER THE PLACE MARKET STREET,
IKAK TUB POST OFFICE.
Clearfield, Oct. 7, 1S6S.
The Cheapest and Best Goods in
Glo:irfield count j are sold by
GEORGE S. PERRY,
WBOtTESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER 1H
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE,
North-west cor. Curtin St. and Publio Square,
OSCEOLA MILLS, Clearfield co Pa.
We keep on hand Goods of every
grade and variety.
FOR THE LADIES
we have Dress Goods of every fabric,
FOR THE GENTLEMEN,
Ready-made Clothing, Cloths, Cassimeres,
Satinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Linens. Ae.
Also a full stock of Gents' Furnish
IN BOOTS AND SHOES
We Dxrr comfktitioh, as we buy for cash
and buy from the manufacturers in East
ern cities, and hence can sell cheap
er than other dealers,
hats and Caps of latest styles very cheap.
NOTIOXS.-AU goods in this line you
can find with us cheap and good.
HARDWARE, of .very description, for car
penters, builders, and others.
SYRUPS, from tbe lowest grade to the best
that can be bought in the markets.
SUGARS of every kind.
TEAS of the very beet qualities.
COFFEES that cannot be beat.
Either in price or quality.
CAXSED FRUIT of all kinds,
DRIED FRUITS. Spices, fro., fre.
We have always on hand a large stock of
Queensware, Wood and Willow-ware,
WALL & WINDOW PAPERS
FLOUR & FEED, BACON '
PROVISIONS, FISH, '
OILS, &c, kc.
Any good, you are in want of ean be found
at our fetore. All are cordially invited
to rail and examine our stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as we feel
confident that we can sell you
better goo.ls.and at lower
prices, than can be pureh.sed elsewhere.
Particular attention paid to order,
from a distance, and to .apply,
ing log camps.
COME ONE! COME ALL!
No trouble to show Goods.
GEORGE S. PERRY,
Ojciola, JbIj 2v,'8'ti.
Having: taken charge of this well-known Hotel.
the undersigned would respectfully solicit a share
of the public patronage. Travelers will find the
accommodations equal to those of any other house
iu mi. section, inarzes moderate.
Dec 2. ISritJ-tf.
JOHN J REED, Prop'r.
T S. COLE would inform his old cus-
toruers, and the public generally, that
no sun continues to manufacture uwio A Alt
SHOES of the very best French Calf and Kip. at j
the lowest prices for cash or approved country
proouce. no also maices all kinds of heavy boots
Ail work warranted, and perfect satisfaction giv
en. Opposite Draucker's Hotel, Curwensville,Pa.
juiy isoo ly.
rjLEARFIELD NURSERY. Encocr-
ace Home Industry. Th unHrviVn-
ed having established a Nursery, oa the Pike,
uu way Between curwensville and Clearfield
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Frui
trees, (.Standard and dwarf.) Evergreen". Shrub
Dery, Grape mes, Gooseberry, Lawtcn Black
berry. Strawberry and RasDberrv vines. Alsa
bibrianl.rab trees. Quince and early ScarleiRhen
oaro.se. uraers promptly attended to. Addrea
Aug 31,1864. J.D. WRIGHT, Curwensville
C2 USQUEH ANN A HOUSE.
EXPRESS AND STAGE OFFICE.
This well-known Hotel, harinc been re-fitted
aud re-furnished throughout, is now open for the
accommodation of travelers, and the publio in
general. Charges moderate.
WM. M. JEFFRIES.
August 14, 1887-tf. Proprietor.
SJ. 17AYES, Scrgeon Dentist, Office
An Main Mrranf C'nrtwamiM I '
Will make Drofessional vinta fnr th w,nwnn;
enceof of the publio commencing in Anril ISflQ
as follows.vis : Luthersbura- first Fridav of everv
. - , "uou,iiio,iirsi wonaay or every montn ;
Lumber City, first Thursday of everv month
spending two days in eithor place. All ordes for
wors snouia be presented oa the day of his arri
val in each dace.
ty Teeth extracted by the application ofloenl
anastbesia, comparatively without pain. All
xinas or dental work guaranteed.
. B. lhe public will please notice, that Dr.
11., when not encaeed in the above iit m h..
ound in his office in Curwensville. ap l.'gsMy
N W FIRM!
Hartsock Sc Goodwin,
One door East of Benjamin Bloom's Hotel,
Having just received a full and well selected
ssortment of Drv Goods. Drau Piik;..
Notions, Hats. Caps, Boots. Shoes, Drugs Hard
ware, Queensware. Tinware. Cedar and Willow-
ware. Brooms. Groceries. Flour. Fih. Salt t
u nuiuu imj asa me attention ot tbe publio.
Our assortment is complete in everv rianartmont
and our prices are moderate, as will be found nnnn
Goods will be sold cheap for cash, or exchanged
V-, m ii . i j pruuueo. UAaitb llAtlTSOCK,
ren. n. lSSS. ED GOODWIN.
Has just received and opened at the old stand
m Curwensville. an entire new stock of Fall and
Winter Goods which he will sell very ehean for
11 i - -
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Queensware, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ready
made Clothing, etc.
The public generally is respecfully invited te
ive him a call : aee hiaatock and hn, Kl...;...
and purchase from him if you find it will be to
jruur au vantage, jtoy. to, 186
PITTSBURG ADVERT 1SMENTS.
THE NEW LIGHT,
Gives twice the lightof Carbon Oil.and safe under
.an circumstances. CANOT BE EXPLODED.
The undersigned are now manufacturing, and
nave ior sale, their new Petroleum Fluid, made
oy aistuiation. without the aid of compounds.
woicu is graauauy taxing the place of Carbon
VU, in an localities wnere it has been introduced.
n every town
Send for rirou-
J. PALMER A CO.,
No. 6 Hand Street,
Jan. 20 '6-3m
R E M OVAL
Having found our present Store too small for our
business, we will remove to 311 Liberty street.
about April 1st. To save trouble and expense of
i moving, we are now closing out our Stock of
II A It D W A R E
Greatly Reduced Prices.
LINDSAY, STERHIT A EUWER,
337 Liberty Street,
Ang. 26,'68-ly PITTSBURGH, PA.
REINEMAN, MEYRAN & SEIDLE,
No. 42 Fifth st.. 1 door from Wood t.,
nv. Wi,!?."?!e nJ Dealer, in
F1DNE kLKY, WATCHES. DIAMONDS,
Pure Silver ware. French Clocks. Plated
V are of every description. Tea Setts,
fcpoons. Forks A-0. Watch makers
Tools and Material. and agency
of the celebrated
e also keep the largest and most varied assort
ment of the very bet American made
to be found in any city, east or west.
. want ot any article in our line, either
..i or ior tneir own use. will find
onr prices lower and our assortment lar
ger than any to be found west of New
T ih- .WATCH REPAIRING.
To this branch of our trade (being ourselves
P ZtLM wtehttm,ke" P7 ry special
attention We employ a foiee of the
very best Artists in the country
. ."d nynd H fine, delicate
and difficult work entrusted to our care forthe
trade or individuals may rely on rettina
the utmost satisfaction. Work may be
ent in by express or .itherwise.
REINEMAN. MEYRAN q- SEIDLE.
Wholesale and Retail Jewelers and Silversmith's
ap29- 42 Filth St., Pittsburgh. 68-iy '
German Pea Sh alter Corn Hominy Beans
'-or -ale by J. P. KRATZER. '
AFTMEN will find ManillaRope of all sizes
A Steel pole Rafting axes, and aus-ers. verv
J.P. KRATZERS '
SALT. SALT Wholesale and Retail
will be supplied at Special rates by
J P KRATZER.
A!,D FEED. Extra Family Flour,
a ..iicu vuru aseai, rsuekwbeat tlour, Rye ehop
and mixed feed always on hand st
Marcn-ltf. J. P. KRATZERS.
-pROVISIONS.-Sugarcured Hams. Dried Beef
A- Mam bausage, r-houldars. Side. Meas Pork.
1 lan o-o t just received oy
March-69 J. V KRATRER.
PALMER'S Patent unloading
hi t MERRELL
blankets will be sold eheap
J. SHAW A SON.
I V by
Restaurant and Refreshment Saloon,
IN LEAVY'S NEW -BUILDING,
(formerly occupied by Bote.)
Second St., Clearfield, Va.
Constantly kept on hand a fine selection of
Candies, Cigars. Tobacco, Nuts, Ac.
Also Fresh Oysters, received daily, and
served up in any style, to suit the
taste of customers.
e&"BHliard Saloon in Second Story.
Dee. 9, 1868. DAVID M'GACGHEY.
J. K. BOTTOIIF'S
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
Persons defirinp good picnires.of any style and
price, frith all the modern imnruvementa or fh
art. can be accommodated by calling at my rooms
r natives made in clondr aj whI! uinele.r
taken accurately in a few seconds
The TONE and FINISH of mv rhotooranln
guriiiitgcu 10 equal mat ot any made in f tails
j vu Unuu ifliK" -u I ' " T 0 1
FRAMES. ALBUMS, and STERESCOPES
of all sixes, styles, and prices, and of the very
Also, a choice selection of
of the most interesting American and Foreign
ior aaie at reasonaote rates.
Frames, of all sizes, from anv stvle of moulding.
"" w uiuci, uo Boon nonce.
Deo 2. 1868.
J. K. BOTTORF.
R E M OVAL.
IIARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Market St., Qlearfichl, Pa.
We beg leave to inform our old and new rntn.
me.-s. that we have removed our establishment to
me new building just erected on Market street,
nearly adjoining tbe Mansion House on the west,
and opposite Graham A Sons' store, where wa rm.
spectfully invite the publio to come and buy their
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, FATENT ME DI-
CINES, OILS. PAINTS Sr VARNISHES.
Our stock of Drugs and Medioinesoonsist of every
-u.ug uocu. Buieuiea sua me greatest care, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE!
We also keen aiull stock of Dm Prrfrin,.,;..
ioiiei arucies.&oans. tooth Brushes. Hair Brmh.
es. w nitewash Brushes, and every other kind of
urusnes. e nave a la' ere lot of
White Lead, Turpentine,
Flaxseed Oil. Pa ints. and in fact ernrvthinv nand
id tne painting business, which we offr at City
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
Confectionery. Spices, and the largest stock of va
rieties ever onerea in inis place, and warranted
to oe oz toe oest tne market alinrds.
J. G. HAKTSWrCK,
Deo. 2, 1863. JOHN F. IRWIN.
. B. PATTOS,
. A. IKVIN,
J R. IltWIX.
E. B. PATTON & CO.,
Baying fitted up a first class
are prepared to furnish to order all kinds of Man
nfactured Lumber, such as
FL 0 0RIXG, SIB IX G,
S A S II ,
and every description of Plain and Fancy Mould
ings, Dealers will find it to their advantage to
consult our prices before purchasing eltowhere.
Address, E. B. Patton & Co..
Dec. 2,'GS. Clearfield Co., Pa.
A P. BOTSTOS
a s. rot sa
BOYXTON & YOUNG,
Cor. Fourth and Fine Streets,
Mulay and Circular Saw Mills,
HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS,
SHAFTING. PCLLE1S, BOLTS,
and all kinds of Mill work.
STANLEY PARLOR STOVES,
Heating StOTes, Sled Shoes, Tlows,
and eastings of all kinds.
Gifiards' Injector. Staam" Ganges, Steam Whistles,
Oilers, Tallow Cups. Oil Cups. Gauge r'ock.,
Air Cocks. Globe Valves, Check Valves,
Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps,
Boiler Feed-Pomps, Anti-friction
Metals. Soap Stone Packing,
Gum Packing. Ae.. Ao.,
December 9, ISoS-tf.
GRAIN WANTED Wheat. Rye-Corn. Buck
wheat and Oats wanted, for which the high
est market price will be paid byJ.P KRATZER,
Market Street, epposita the Jail, Clearfield, Pa.
W. WALTERS, Attobsev at Law,
Clearfield, Pa. Office in the Court House.
, 17" ALTER BARRETT, Attorney at Law, Clear
May 13, ls63.
ID. W. GRAHAM. Dealer in Dry-Goods, Groce
ries, Hardware. Queensware. Wooden ware.
Provisions, etc., Manet Street, Clearfield, Pa.
XTIVLIXG SHOWERS, Dealers in Dry-Goods
L Ladies' Fancy Goods. Hate and Cans, Boots.
Shoes, etc .Second Street, Clearfield, Pa. ep23
TERRELL A BIGLER, Dealers in Hardware
If A and manufacturers of Tin and Sheet-iron
rare. Second Street. Clearfield, Pa. June '66.
F. NAUGLE, Watch and Clock Maker, and
dealer in Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Room in
Graham s row, Market street. Nov. 10.
HBUCHER SWOOPE, Attorney at Law.Clear
. field, Pa. OfEc in Graham's Row, fourdoo s
west ot urartam A Boynton's store. Nov. 10.
JB M'EXALLT, Attorneyat Law. Clearfield, i
. Pa. Practices in Clearfield and- adjoin-'ng J
wunties. Office in new brick bnildinir of J.Rnvn-
i n, i.i sireoi, one aoor south or Lanicn s Hotel.
TEST. Attorney at Law, Clearfield, Pa., will
. attend prompt ly to all Lecral bnsinesa entrnit.
ed to his care in Clearfield and adjoining eoun-
- aiaraei street. July 17, 1S67.
rpHOMAS H. FORCEY. Dealer In Square and
-a oaweu L,umoer. I'rv-uooas.Uueenawara. Urn.
ceries, triour. Grain. Feed, Bacon. Ac . Ae.. Gra.
namton. Clearfield county, Pa. Oct 10.
TP. KRATZER, Dealer in Dry-Goods. Clothing.
. Hardware Queensware, Groceries. Provi
sions, etc , Market btreet. nearly onnosito tho
ourijtouse, L'learfield, Pa. June, 18B5.
HRTSWICK A IRWIJT, Dealers in Drugs
Medicines. Paints. Oils. Stationary. Perfume.
rt rancy Goods. Notions, eti . tft Mark., ......
Clearfield, Pa Teo. . iSRS
( 1 KRATZER A SON, dealers in Dry Good,
V . Clothtns. Hardware. O neons wArv (vrAa
ries. Provisions. Ae.. Front Street, nkn,. h. a
cadeiny.) Clearfield. Pa. Dec 27,1865.
J1IN Gl ELICH. Manufacturer of all kinds oi
oabinet-ware. Market street. Clearfield. Pa
Ue a Iso makes to order Coffins, on sh ort notice, and
attends funerals with a hearse. Aprl0.'59.
rpHOMAS J. M'CULLOUGH, Attorney at Law
J- Clearfield. Pa. Office, east of the ' CI.rfi.i j
bank. Deeds and other leiral iiutmn,.
(aredjwith promptness and accuracy. July 3.
l mestio Dry Goods, Groceries. Flour, Bacon
l.i.uors. Ac. Room, on Market street, a few doors
west ol Journal Offirr. Clearfield, Pa. Apr27
B READ. M D.. Phvuini.n R
. William's Grove, Pa . offers h is nrofeuinnnl
services to the citiiens of the surrounding conn
"r- July loth. la7..tf.
VTTESTERN HOTEL. Clearfield. Pa -This
V V well known hotel, near the I onrt Hiiiim ia
worthy the patmnaee of thennhlin Th
will be supplied with the bent in the market. The
oest ot liquors Kept. JOHN DOUGHERTY.
DR. J. F. WOODS. PHYSICtA!. ASP StJBGKOIf.
Havinir removed tn AV'snvi'iiit? t
on proressn nal services to the people ot
. iiu aurrounuing country. All calls
fimupuy attended to. Deo. 2. 188-6mn.
I -FREDERICK LEITZINGER. Manufacturer of
; all kinds of Stone-ware. Clonrfial.l P. n.
der solicited wholesale or retail II. .i.'ir..n.
on hand and for sale an assortment of carthens
ware, ot his own manufacture. Jan. 1. lStiS
JOHN II. FULFORD, Attorney at Law. Clear-
j ueiu, ra. unoe wltn J. a. JloKnaMv Kn
over First National Bank. Prompt attention giv
en to the securing of Bounty claims, Ac, and to
all legal business. March 27, 1867.
1TALLACE. BIGLER A FIELDING. Attor-
T neys at Law' Clearfield. Pa.. Leiral
...11 i. - i . . r
. ... Ilu, promptly and accurately attended to
Clearfield, Pa., May I6th, 1869.
WILLIAM A. WALLACE WILf.TAV ? .tar
WILLtAV 9. RtOLER
BLAB. 15 WALTERS
WALBKRT, A BRO'S..DeaIers in Dry Goods,
.Groceries, Hard ware. Oueensware Klonr R.
. nooaiand. Clearfield county Pa. Also
extensive dealers in all kinds of sawed 1
shingles, and square timber. Orders solicited.
oodland, Pa., Aug. 19th, 1863
nR J. P. BURCHFIELD Late Surgeon of the
jlt a-u iveir I renn a Vols.. hnn relnrnorl
trom the armv. offers bin nmrAMinnni
the citiiens of Clearfield and vicinitv. Pmf.t.
sional calls promptly attendod to. Office on
uuinii.r.Mi corner ot 3d and Market Streets.
wet. 4. iKtsa oinp.
WT GIBSON. Practical Dkstist, having
permanently located in the town of Janes
villo, teodets his professional services to the
people of that plaoe and vicinity. All work en
trusted to hi. Cars will ha ilnn in h.
factory manner and highest order of the profes-
or. 1. I86ri-6m
PURVEYOR. The undersigned offers
his services to the public, as a Surveyor.
He may be found at his residence in Lawience I
township, when not engaged : or addressed by
Ian.. c.tj r, J
a. uimuniu, r enn a.
MaruhBth. I8fi7.-tf. J4.MES MITCHELL.
J? AN KING & COLLECTION OFFICE
mcgirk a perks.
Successors to Foster, Perks. Wright A Co.,
Philipsbiro. Centre Co., Pa.
.ybere all the business of a Banning nouse
will be transacted promptly and upon the most
favorable terms. March 20 -tf
J-D.M Ullta. EWD PEBKS.
gOLDIERS' BOUNTIES A recent bill
tias imsd bothHou.vesof Congress.and
signed by the Pre.id.ut, giving soldiers who en
listed prior to 22d July, 181. served oneyear or
of SUM) "ere boDorably discharged, a bounr,
ISBounties and Pensions collected by me for
WALTER BARRETT, Atfy ati.
15th, 1806. f!i.;-tj
HLJ?AR:?EIJ) HOUSE, Clearfield.
? A- 1 he subscriiier would respectfully
- - i iuo patronage ot his old
friends and customers at the "Clearfield House "
Having made many Improvements, he isprepar
ed to accommodate ail who may favor him with
their custom. Every department connected with
,",""u" conducted in a manner to give een-
v uiiq uiu a can.
Soy. 4 1866. QKO. N. COLBURN.
EXC "A N O E HOTEL,
... ,. il'i'itingdon. Penn'a.
This old establishment having been leased by
J. Morrison, formerly Proprietor of the "Morrison
House, has been thoroughly renovated and r.- j
furnished, and supplied with all the modern im 1
prowenients and conveniencies necessary to a first
. Th a . a "'"'"S rwim nas oeen removed
to tbe first floor, and j
T, piwuus uu miry.
I he chambers are all well ventilated, and the
v- enueavor to mKe bis -guests per
fectly at home. J MORRISON.
Huntingdon.June 17,1863. Proprietor
D R A M. HILLS desires to inform his patients
ana tho nnh i. ...... ii . . , .
.... r. " 6""""J. mat ne nas associated
with him in the practice of Dentistry. S. P. SHAW
fV . , Aw, " grJoa of tbe Philadelphia
Dental College, and therefore has the hi cheat
attestations of his Professional skill.
All work done in the o race I will hold myself
. ...... j iur oeing aone in the most
.-..f..u,, ntgaest order of the cro-
An established practice of twenty-two year. In
this place enables me to apeak to my patrons with
L' F ...
"gagements irom a distance should be made
by letter a few days before tbe patient designs
on'ng Clearfield. June 3, 1S6H-1.
(Or AIM'S PANACEA. Kennedy's Medical Di-
JO covery. Hembold's Buchu, Bake'. Cod Liver
U,'''J .ana AVer s aieticmes.for sale by
Jan"' HARTSWICK A IRWIN
HARNESS. Trimminirs, and Shoe-findines for
"I" t MERRELL A BIGLER'S.
HORSE-SHOES, and horse-nails, to be had at
"g- 23- MERRELL A BIGLER'S
THIMBLE-SKEINS and Pipe-boxes t.-r Wasr
ona, for .ale by MERRELL A BIGLER
PSSr quantity on hand and for sale at
My 27 GRAHAM'S.
CANNED FRTJITS-all kinds, w.rr.nted good
and fr.rh, at 6RAHAM?S? '
AT E W STOEE.
Corner of Second St. and Hill Road.
Has just received and opened, at the aboy nam
ed place, an entire new stock of Spring
and Summer Goods, which he will
aell very cheap for cash.
His stock consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware. Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Ready made Clothing, ete. He alao keeps
choice Flour, Corn Meal, Chop feed,
Bacon, Fish and dried Fruits.
Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair
rates are respectfully requested to
give him a call.
Approved country produce will be taken, at
the highest prices, in exchange ior goods.
Clearfield, June 17, 1898.
a. L. HERD,
S. P. BOOP
CLEARFIELD TLANING MILL
Messrs. HOOP, WEAVER A CO., Proprietors.
would respectfully inform the citiiens of the
county that they have completely refitted and
supplied their PLANING MILL, in this Borough,
with the best and latest improved
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
and are now prepared to execute all orders in
their line of business, such as
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets,
XT, IT e n i i
Moldings, Ot all kinds.
They have a large stock of dry lumber on hand,
and will pay cash for clear stuff, one-and-a-half
inch pannel plank preferred Nov 8.
I. S.H A W.
(Second street, opposite tbe Court House.)
inesuoscrioer would resnectfullv inform tt,.
citiiens of Clearfield crunty, that he continue
tu carry on tne Dim tllliiro at th. l.t
" ia now prepared to turnish
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Stuns, Tobacco. Cigars. Confcotioneriee,
Will find onr stock of Drugs full and complete
- oiigui auvance on eastern prices.
Teachers and others will be fu rtliahe1 with .t.u.
ical aud miscellaneous books by express, at short
Will find a full stock of Pure Spices. Soda Soda
Ash, Concentrated Lye Soan. Ac.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
art reqacaied to eximnin nnr ituv .r !,-(.,
II.;. .,ii. ft
a i a, x. I li w iUHRt nnHTil rtrnshai romka
SMOKERS AND Cn EWERS
Will find a full .upply. of prime Chewing and
Smoking Tobacco. Imported and Domestic Ciirara
snun, j-ine-cut, Ao.
Of the best brands, always on hand.
The best quality of Liquors always on hand, for
rl : : ...
eomDounderf. f." a -
u tsiuiiiusprescriDtionsnrnmntIv -..r..ti
IXaUiTUSL i - I fyLt I
oeuouu ot., uieariiem, i'a.
NEW GOODS !
O J ci r . -r.
onawls! bliawls!! ShawkHf
HOODS. NUBIAS," BREAKFAST SHAWLS,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Ladies' and CLildrens' Shoes!!
ALL WOOL REPS,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH MERINOS,
SILK FINISH VELVET for suits.
ALL WOOL PLAIDS,
TAPPA CLOTH for Wrapper.,
WATERPROOF Black and Brown,
CASSIMERES-for Men and Boys,
BONNET VELVETS, RIBBONS,
LADIES' AND CHILDRENS' HATS,
WOOL AND COTTON DkLAINES,
MUSLINS, COTT. FLANNELS, PRINTS,
ZEPHTR, WORSTED & WOOL YARNS,
rimming., Under Clothing, Hats. Can..
Hoisery, Gloves, and a eomplete assort
ment of all kinds of notions, at
NIVLING & SHOWERS.
Oct. 14. 1868.
TRYGOOT ?.. v
D Mst M' e.pest in th. eoonty. at
and sword cane, to he had at
MERRELL A B1GLER H.
fisting of Can. Flat
Perfumed Note Paper, also, a very neat stocn ot
Mourning Note Paper and Envelopes on hand.
Pens, Pencils, Ink, Ac
GEXTS WANTED.-75 to $2Wpef
Month !!! or a commission from wh iZ
twice that amount can be made by ieliTn, tk
Latest Improved Common Senre
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
Price $18 00. For circular, and Term, add?
Dee.O '68 3m O. BOWERS CO
320 South Third Street, Philadelphia, a
Mcknight & jannot,
Wagon and Sle'urh Mat
(Immediately ia rear of Planing JUjlJ .)
The subscribers would respectfully inform tk.
O sens of Clearfield an.) tk. ..ui:'.:" lh
that they are prepared to do all .1.5. of wYrVl':
on short notice and on reasonable term. .' iu !
workmanlike manner. A new feature i.. "
si that we iron our own work.
All orders promptly attended te.
Nov. 18, 1868
QLEARFIELD MARBLE WOKKS.
ITALIAN AND VERMONT MAKBLX
FINISHED IN THE HIGHEST
STYLE Of Tflg ART.
The subscriber, beir leave to umi...... .t
citiiens of Clearfield county, that they k..
opened an extensive Marble Yard, oa tbe SeVil
we-t eorner of Market and Fourth streets, Cl.
field, Pe . where they are prepared to
Tomb Stones, Monument.
Tombs. Box and Si- v '.u.
Cradle Toaibs, Cemetery Pwu,, Mantis
L"a,rai xra:aeis, etc, ete.,
on very short notice.
They always keep on hand a Urge quant, tv of
work, finished, except th. lettering .1 .if. " of
d0en,.rne"U"d eleCtf0' 'W.th. .I;!.
They will also make to nrl.. .
work that may be desired : and the. H :2t o'-
selves that they can eomi,.t..i,k.1. ' "'
turers outside of th. .ul.. :r aPn,e
. iumu oy letter promptU m,.
May 22, lS67-tf.
u L1 ELICH
Desire, to inform biantJ j
ht L ; , .'.UB RDU CU.tCO:er-
' fLVl'it. r 8 onl,rd hi P "d incr.a.ed t i,
facilities for manufacturing, he is now nrer.r-
to make to order anrh f,.,i. " Prrd
mostly ha. on hand at hi. -v :. 7
a varied assortment of furnitnre, among which i.
.BUREAUS AND SIDEBOARD
Wardrobes and Book -case.; Centre. Sofa. P.,v..
ureakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, Prench-posts, Cottage, Jea
ny-L,ind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS, WORK-STAN lis M-i
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ae.
Spring-seat, Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chaiis
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hand, and new ... r, .
oiti trames, which will be put in y.r,
roasouable terms, oorBort notice
He.lso keepon hand.orfurni.he.toorJ., n.,.
uorn-nusk, Hair and Cotton top Mattrease.
COFFI.NS, OF EVERY
Mad. to order, and funeral, attended with .
ilearse. whenever desirable.
Also, House painting done to order.
The above, and many other articles are famished
to customers cheap forCAsa o, .eb.ng7., ,tt
proved country produce. Cherry. MapirPoDl?r
iLwsf :?v L-itabi. .bpi":
- ior iurniture.
Remember the bon ! u. . . n.
field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Stor.'''
December 4. lsfll JOHN til Clli n
t f f in 17 ieen r 1 1
av a i louo a 1 1 1
Your Best Interests Demand It.
U f 5 I
III 6-8981 11-01 ii
IRON i IRON!! Best bar iron, for .a'e at tka
tore of MERRELL A BIGLIj
SALT' SALT'! A prime artiele of (trees
urn salt, pat on in paten t saess. forsalesla
PLASTERthe cheapen in th. eoonty .
May 29 '7. r JtOSSOrW
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