Raftsman's journal. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1854-1948, July 21, 1869, Image 4
gl;c Stafferoatt' ontaf, gfearfwfb, a., gttfi) 21, 1869. the armrr. Corjt fob Fodder. At the North corn may be sown for fodder at any time, from the usual corn planting season until the mid dle or end of Jnne, the only requirement being to allow time for the fodder to mature sufficiently, which is usually indicated by the edges of the leaves beginning to become dry. Northern corn might doubtless be sown in North Carolina as late as August, but the larger southern sorts, which grow longer should be sown earlier. If the soil is dry, it must be planted deeper. We have been in the practice of sowing it for fodder fur more than twenty years, and find no mode better than to plow and han-ow the ground, furrow it out three or four feet a part, strew the corn along the furrows by hand from a basket, at the rate of three bushels per acre, and harrow it in. It is afterwards cultivated two or three times by horse. Cut with a scythe or corn cutter, and set up in large even shock?, and allow it either to re main until wanted, or cle stack in small stacks, with three rails set upright in the middle, half a foot or more apart, to make a chimney for the escape of the hot air of fer mentation. Stacked in the common way it will heat and spoil. It is one of the best substitutes for hay, and is much cheaper than hay at $10 per ton. Country Omth man. Tub Farmer's Shop. Every farmer should have a shop fitted up with such tools as are used by the carpenter, joiner, ma chinist and blacksmith, or with those that would be valuable in making repairs. Above all, we consider a good foot lathe very de sirable. It would be impossible, within the limits of a newspaper article to merely no tice the advantages of this machine and its varied uses. A good f'Xit lathe costs from sixty to one hundred dollars, and the money is well expended in the purchase. Arti cles of use and ornament made of wood and ivory ami metal, may be turned out by the foot lathe convenient for use in the house or on the farm. The practice on the lathe is one of the most fascinating pastimes for a stormy day or an unemployed evening. Apart from its use in making and repairing, it is a pleasant companion for the business haunted and brain weary. One who adopts it as a companion of his leisure hours will soon become an adept, and the more he uses and becomes acquainted with it the better he will like it. He will be surprised at the number and elegance of the little articles of use and ornament he can produce from the rough material, and at the pleasure that the practice of a mechanical art can afford. Paint Farm Implements. Nothing im proves the looks of farm implements that have been weather beaten or partially worn more than a coat of paint. It gives them an appearance of newness not obtained by any other process ; it also adds to the dura bility of wood work, such as horse rakes, plow handles. &e. Blue paint is the favor ite color; it is more durable than either brown or red, looks better and is nearly as cheap. All iron should be painted black, thus contrasting the two matcrialsat a glance. Knees and runners of sleds should be paint ed every spring, previous to storing away, the crust of snow will quickly wear off paint from parts above mentioned. This subject could be enlarged upon, but it is unnecces sary as all understand the benefit derived from keeping tools, etc., well painted. 1 jme as a Preserver. Air slacked lime has been frequently recom mended as a pre server for vegetables when stored in cellars ox pits. Recently we heard a gentleman state that he was in the habit of sprinkling it among his apples in barrels and bins, and he thought delicate fall varieties could thus be kept much beyond their season. The lime dust could be easily removed from the apples by using a cloth or brush, and it iiu parts no flavor to the fruit The use of lime in the cellar, as a preservative agent, is a : good idea. It acts by absorbing moisture, f and if one individual in the mass decays, the lime arrests the spread of the disease toothers. It is well to hint to our readers that cellars should be overhauled at this season, and all decaying matter removed. Weak Eyes in Horses. Make up a wash of alum and water, which -reduce to blood heat, and with a quill blow the liquid into the eye. After trying the above prepa ration three times, take a piece of alum, as large as the end of one's finger, and burn it in the fire, reduce it to powder, and blow it stoutly by tho same process into the eye. We have tried burnt alum on a number of horses that have had sore eyes and always found it a'valuable remedy. It will remove all scum and restore clearness to the eyes. Exchange. A housekeeper having sour stone jars in which lard had been kept, made them per fectly sweet by packing them full of fresh soil and letting it remain two or three weeks. She suspects it would be equally effective in any ease of foul earthen stoneware. A fanner in Ohio bad a thrifty orchard which blossomed frc-ely, but lore no fruit He washed twelve of tbe trees once a week with strong eoap suJs, and was gratified by a fair harvest the subsequent season. Lime will destroy sorreL M'GAUGHEY'S Restaurant and Refreshment Saloon, IN LEAVY'S SEW BUILDING, (formerly occupied by Rote,) Second St., Clearfield, Pa. Constantly kept on hand a fin selection of Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Nuts, Ac. Also Tresh. Oysters, received daily, and serred up in any style, to suit tbe taste of customers. jgSP 'BiUiard Saloon in Second Story. Dec. 8, 1868.) DAVID M'GAUGHEY. 11 EM ()y AL! REMOVAL! C. KRATZER k SONS, Have removed to the large and 'elegant NEW STORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mer rell A Bigler's .Hardware Store, where they will be pleased to see their old and new enstomers. Citizensof the county visiting Clearfield, and wishing to make 'purchases, will find it to their advantage to examine their stock. Goods at cash prices exchanged for all kinds of country produce. - . Jan. 6, 69. Mcknight & jannot, Waiion and Sleigli Makers, (Immediately in rear of Planing Mill.) CLEARFIELD, PA. The subscribers would respectfully inform the citiensof Clearfield, and the public in general, that the; are prepared to do all kinds of work on WAG ONS.CARllI AGES, SLEIG IIS.&c, on short notice and on reasonable terms, and in a workmanlike manner. A new feature in our line si that we iron our own work All orders promptly attended to WM. MrKNIGHT. CHARLES JANNOT. Nov. 13, 1868. E R. L. STOUGIITON, MERCHANT TAILOR, MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, rA., Would respectfully inform thecitixensof Clear field and vicinity, that he has opened a new tail oring establishment in Shaw's Row, one door east of tbe Post Office, and has just returned from the eastern cities with a large and elegant stock of Cloths, Cassimcres, Nestings, Beavers, &c,, and all kinds of goods for men and boys wear, and is prepared to make np to order CLOTHING, from a single article to a full suit, in the latest styles and most workmanlike manner. Special atten tion given to custom work, and cutting out for men and boys. He offers great bargains to costo- mcrs, and trarrantVentire satisfaction. A liberal share of public patronage is solicited. Call and examine the goods. Oct lfi. ISfiT. E. R. L. 6TOLGHTON NEW STORE. Corner of Second St. and Hill Road. II. MITCHELL lias just received and opened, at the abovanain ed place, an entire new stock of Spring and Summer Goods, which he will sell very cheap for cash. JI is stock consists of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware. Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc. He alto keeps choice Flour, Corn Meal, Chop feed, Bacon, Finn and dried Fruits. Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair rates are respectfully requested to give him a rail. Approved country produce will be taken, at the highest prices, in exchange tor goods. Clearfield, June 17, 1868. LOOK AT THIS! BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Music for 1'iano, i lute and iolin ; Blank Account and Pass Books, of ovsrv de scription; raper and hnvelopes. French pressed and plain; Pens and Pencils; Deeds; Mortgagees; Judgment, Exemption and rromisory rtotes; Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment inet; iegal rap; record cap and Bill cap, etc., Will be sold at Wholesale or Retail by P. A. GAUL IN, At the Post office, on Market Street, Clearfield, Pa. May 5, 1SS8 Marble and Stone Yard. T. LIDDELL & CO., Desire to inform their friends, and tbe public that they .have now and will Keep constantly on hand a large and well selected stoeK of ITALIAN AND VERMONT MARBLE, and are prepared to furnish to order TOMBSTONES, BOX AND CRADLE TOMBS, MONUMENTS, in Sandstone and Marble, CURB and POSTS for Cemetery lots, WINDOW SILLS AND CAPS, ARCHITECTURAL AND LAWN ORNAMENTS, kc. . They would invito special attention to their Sandstone Monuments which are builtf rom orig inal designs and will compare favorably with anything of the Kind in the country. If desired they can furnish Marble Window Sills and Caps at a slight advance on the price of Sandstone. Yard on Reed street, near the Depot, Clearfield, Penn'a. Jane 9, 1S69 BANNED FUl IT. Canned Plums, Peaches vy and canned corn, etc , for sale at the Drug Store of March 10, 1S61. a. A. CUAH . - W. GKABAB. A. A. GRAHAM. NEW FIRM! JAS. B. GRAHAM &; SONS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS in all kinds of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Ca ps,Not jons,G roceries, Hard ware, Queensware, Wood and Willowware, Flour, Bacon, Fish, Salt, etc., etc., et, MARKET STREET, Clearfield, Pa. The Largest, Best and Cheapest stock of goods to be found in the county is now on sale at JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS. FOR THE LADIES They have Bonnets. Silks. Coburgs, Alpacas, Merinos. Wool Delaines. Lustres, Ging hams, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Sun shades, Handkerchiefs Kid and other Gloves, Hosiery .Balmo rals, Hoop-skirts, and a general variety of rib bons, trimmings, Buttons, Braids, etc., at the lowest prices. FOR GENTLEMEN They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and Fancy Caasimeres.Sattinetts, Tweeds, Mel tons, Water-proof Cloth, Silk. Satin and common Vestings, etc., in great variety, and at prices that" will give general satisfaction to buyers. READY MADE, Such as Overcoats, Dress coatsof various qual ities and prices. Plain and Fancy Vests, Cassimere and Flannel Overshirts, Woolen and Cotten undershirts, Handkerchiefs and neck-ties, Cotten and Woolen socks, Calf and Kip boots a and Shoes, Gum Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, and such other articles as are usually needed. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Among hich may be found Carpet),Oil cloths, Rugs, Brown Muslins, Bleached Muslins, Drillings, Pillow casing. Sheetings, Towelings, Table cloths, Table covers, Window Blinds, Cur tains.Ticuings.and a very large assortment of such articles as are wanted by housekeepers, and at prices to suit the times. QUEENSWARE, A toll assortment, consisting of Tea and Din ner sets, Pitchers, Bowls, Dishes, and a general variety of ware that will bo sold by the dozen or piece, and as cheap as it can be purchased elsewhere In the eounty. ' HARDWARE, Such as Saws and Files,Door Locks and Latch es, Hinges of all Kinds, Augurs, Screws, -Nails, Spines, Taeas, Brads, Shovels, Spades.Hoes. Forks, Axes, Hatch ets. Chisels. Knives and Forks, Butcher Knives, Carving Knives and forks, and all articles nsnally wanted by the people. GROCERIES, ETC., Consisting of Sugars. Coffees, Teas. Spices, Syrups. Dried Fruits. Cheese, Flour, Bacon, Feed, etc., always on hand and fur tale at a small advanee on cost. WOOD & WILLOWWARE Such as Tuba, Buckets and Churns. Clothes wringers and Wash boards. Clothes. Mar ket and Diuner Baskets,a general as- , sortment, at all times, in store and for sale low. IN FACT, GRAHAM & SONS sell all articles that are usually kept in a well-regulated country store, and hence the people generally f will find it to their advantage to bu3 goods of them. SAWED LUMBER. We are also extensively engaged in baying and selling all kinds of Sawed Lumber, , and as we intend giving this branch of business special attention, we . feel assured th at we can make it to the advantage of those whohavelumberfor saleto deal with us Orders filled for all kinds of Lumber. GOODS ARRIVING DAILY Grain and country produce taxes, exchange for Goc is- Ava. 2&-'C3. 1. B. GRAHAM. DR. T. i BOVBR. A.J. SHAW. BO YER &; SHAW, (LATE A. I. SHAW.) NEW AND FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE! MARKET STREET, ' (A'tjonuug Stoie of R. Motiop,) CLEARFIELD, PA. Having purchased the above Store Room, and refitted it entirely, making it in all respects a FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE, we are now opening, and offer to the public, a full, complete and strictly pure assortment of Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Varnishes, Ac., Ac. Patent Jlctft vines, Dye Stuffs, Tebacco, Cigars, Confectioneries, Stationery, Ac. P7i?$icians " Will find our stock of Drugs full and complete. and at a very slight advance on Eastern prices. Reliool Jlooks. Teachers and others will be furnished with class ical and miscellaneous books by express, at short notice. Stationery, Consisting of Cap, Flat Cap. Foolscap. Letter and Perfumed Note Paper, also, a very neat stock of Mourning Note Paper and Envelopes on hand. Pens, Pencils, Ink, Ac Ifouzeleejiers Will find a full stock of Pure Spices, Soda.Soda Ash, Concentrated Lye Soap, Ac. Lad tea and Gentlemen Are requested to examine our stock of Perfume ry, Hair Oils, Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes, Combs, Toilet Setts, Ac. Smokers and CJteicers Will find a full supply, of prime Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Imported and Domestic Cigars, Snuff, Fine-cut, Ac. Carbon Oil, Of the best brands, always on hand. L'tquors. The best quality of Liquors always on hand, for midical purposes. Ph ysicians prescriptions promptly and carefully compounded. T. J. BOYER, A. I. SHAW. May 19,1869. GREAT EXCITEMENT ! The Chenpest and Best Goods in Clearfield county arc sold by . GEORGE S. PERRY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX r.l!vr:v tvn imllKTie Mmrinvnuv - North-west cor. Curtin St. and Public 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. Ac. Also a 'full stock of Gents' Famish ing Goods. IN BOOTS AND SHOES We nr.pv competition, as we buy for OAsn, and buy from the manufacturers in East ern cities, and hence can sell cheap eii than other dealers. Iiats and Caps of latest styles very cheap. NOTION'S. All goods in this line you can find with us cheap and good. HARDWARE, of evory description, for car penters, builders and others. G R 0 C E V, I E S . SYR VPS, from the lowest grade to the best that can be bought in the markets. SUGARS of every kind. TEASof the very best qualities. COFFEES that cannot be beat. Either in price or quality. CANNED FRL'IT of all kinds, DRIED FRUITS. Spices, A-c, A-c We have always on hand a large stock of Queensware, Wood and Willow-ware. ROPES, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, WALL & WINDOW PAPERS, FLOUR k FEED, BACON, PROVISIONS, FISH, ' ' LARD, BUTTER, OILS, &c, kc. Any goods you are in want of can be found at our Store. All are cordially invited to rail and examine our stock, before purchasing elsewhere, as we feel ' confident that we can sell you better goods. and at lower prices, than can be purchased elsewhere. ' Particular attention paid to orders ' frous a distance, aud U supply ing log camps. COME ONE ! COME ALL ! ! No trouble to show . Goods. GEORGE S. PERRY, Osceola, July 29,'68-U. lOAL AND LIME. J The undersigned having perfected arrangements is now prepared to fill orders for either coal-barn t or wood-burnt lime, and Anthracite eoal. Yard at the Railroad depot. 1 TBO.VE COAL-BURXT L1MK " l. a b BKLLEPOXTB COAt BURST i CTS. A BUSBEL. " WOOD-BURNT 4 CTS. Feb J4.186K. R. B. TAYLOR JJEW BOOT AND SIIOE SHOP. "EDWARD MACK. Market Street, nearly opposite the residence of 11. a. Cwoope, bsq,., CLEABPIELn, Pa., Would resneetfullv announce to the eitisens of Clearfield and vicinity, that he has opened a BOOT AND SHOE SHOP, in the building lately occupied by J. L. Cuttle.as alawoffice.and that he is determined not to be outdone either in quality of work or prices. Special attention given to the manufacture ot sewed wore rrencn aip Calf Skins, of the best quality, always on hand. Give him a call. (June 24. '64. JJOM.K INDUSTRY! BOOTS AND SHOES Made to Order at the Lowest Rates. The undersigned would respectfully invite the attention of the eitisens of Clear nel J and vicini ty, to give him a call at his shop on Market St. nearly opposite llartswick A Irwin's drug store, where he is prepared to make or repair anything in nis line. Orders entrusted to him will be executed with promptness, strength and neatness, and all work warranted as represented. . I have now on hand a stock of extra french calfskins, superb gaiter tops, Ac, that I will nmsn np at t tie lowest figures. JuneI3th,lSA6. DAMfcL UDJ.NtU.l c IGARS AND TOBACCO. ADOLPII SCIIOLPP, Ma.nupactfber and Wholesale and Retail Dealer is Ciqars and Tobaccos, CLEARFIELD. PA.. Would respectfully announce that be has reroov ed to tbe large and commodious store-room, op- posite tbe Court House, second SMreet. where be has opened a general assortment of Tobacco. Cigars. etc. which he is prepared to sell, wholesale or retail, at reasonable prices. His clears are made of tbe very beat material. and in style of manufacture will compare with those of any other establishment. lie bas always on band a superior article of chewing and smoking tobaccos, to which he di rects tbe attention of '-lovers of tbe weed." Merchants and Dealers, throughout the county supplied at tbe lowest wholesale prices. (Jail and examine bis stock when too come to Clearfield. June 10. ISfiH. JEW STOKE AND SAW 3IILL, AT BALD HILLS, Clearfield county. Tbe undersigned, having opened a large and well selected stock of goods, at Bald Hill. Clear field county, respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. Their stock embraces Dry Goods. Groceries, Hard ware. Queensware. Tin-ware. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, eady niade Clothing, and a gen eral assortment of Notions, etc. They always keep on hand tbe best quality of Flour, and a variety of Feed All goods sold cheap for cash, or exchanged for approved country produce. Having also erected a Steam Saw Mill, they are Sredared to saw all kinds of lumber to order, rders solicited, and punctually filled. Nov. 20, 1867. F. B. A A. IRWIN. JJ F. N A U O L K , WATCH MAKES, GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFIELD. The undersigned respectfully informs his old customers and the public, that he has on hand, (and constantly receiving new additions,) a large stock ot Docks, Watcnes ana Jewelry. CLOCKS, a large variety from the best Man ufactory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour spring and Weight, and Levers, rime, Strike and Alarm clocks XV A TCHESa fine assortments silver Hunt ing and open case American patent Levers, plain and lull jeweled GOLD PEMS. an elegant assortment, of the best quality. Also, in silver extension and desk holders SPECTACLES, a larse aisortmant, far and near signt, colored ana plain glass JEWELRY ot every variety, from a single piece to a iuii set. ALSO, fine assortment of Spoons. Forks, but tor knives, etc., plated on genuine Alabata ALSO. Hair Jewelry .with puregold mounting got Up to orjer-. un and see sample book. All kinds of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry care fully repaired and Varranlrtt . A continuance ot patronage is solicited. ' Nov. 2-lth. 1H65. II. F. NAl'GLE JUSTIN TIME THE NEW GOODS AT A. K. WRIGHT & SONS, , V . CLEARFIELD. PA., Having jut lelurned from the eastern cities we are now opening a full stocx of seasonable goods, t our rooms on Second street, to which they respectfully invite the attention of the pub lie generally. Our assortment is unsurpassed in this section, and is being sold very low for can. x ne tocK consists in part of DRY GOODS of the best quality. such as Print. I)elme- A7n eaa. Merinos. Giughams; Muslins, bleached and unuicacuod ; Drillings lickings, cotton and wool Flannels, Cassinicrs. Ladies' Shawls. Coats, Nu bias. Hoods. Hoop skirts. Balmorals. Ac. Ac. all ofwicb will be sold low fob cash. Also, a line aaaurunvui ox me ocsi ui -ME X S ' WEAR, consisting of Drawers and Shirts. Hats and Caps, uvula anu cnocs, uanaKcrcniettl crarats; etc -Also, Raft Rope,' Dog Rope. Raltina Augurs ana nxes. nans ana rpixes, J inware, Laiuips and Ltm mii hicuiuu cuxinueys, cic, etc. Also, Queensware Glassware Hardware, Groce ries. and spices of all kinds. In short, a genera assortment of every thine usual iv kci)t in a reLai store, all thritp for rath, or approved country Nov. 28-jaT0-nol3. WRIGHT A SONS pUBSIT UK E ROOMS JOI1JV CJUELlCn, Desires to inform his old friends and customers mat. Having enlarged bis shop and increased hi facilities for manufacturinr. he is now nrenarei to make to order such furniture as may be desir ca. in go a siyie ana at cneap rates lor cash. II mostly has on hand at his "Furniture Rooms. a varied assortment of furniture, among which is BITKEAVS AND MDKliOARIXS. Wardrobes and Book-eases; Centre, Sofa. Parlor creaatast ana inning extension Tables. Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen ny-jjina ana oincr .Bedsteads. SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WOKK-STAXDS, HAT Spring-seat, Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs; And common and other Chairs. ' LOOKING-GLASSES Of every description on hand, and new jr ! fcr old irames, wnicti will be put it an very reasonable terms, onchort notioe. He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order. Hair i4rn-nuia, iiair ana uotton top JMattreseea. Made to order, and funerals attended with a - Hearse, whenever desirable. " Also, House painting done to order. The above, and many other articles are furnished to customers cheap for cash or exchanged for an- ifiwfiutuwiu; f . vBiir;, mapio. ropiar, i-in-wgca ana outer Lumtwr suitable for the busi ness. taken in exchange for furniture. - Remember the shop is on Manet street, Clear neia, ana nearly opposite ue "Old Jew Store December 4. 1S61 J04LN GlLLiCU A. P. BOTSTOX. s. s. rouse B0YNT0N & YOUNG, Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets, CLEARFIELD, PA., MAXl'rACTl'EEkS OF STEAM ENGINES, Mulay and Circular Saw Mills, HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS, SHAFTING. PULLEiS, BOLTS, and all kinds of Mill work. STANLEY TARLOR STOVES, COOK STOVES, Heating Stoves, Sled Shoes, Plows, and castings of all kinds. DEALERS IN Giffards' Injector. Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles. Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cups, Gauge Cocks, Air Cocks, Globe Valves, Check Valves, Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps, Boiler Feed-Pumps, Anti-friction Metals. Soap Stone Packing, Gum Packing, Ac. Ac, December 9, 186S-tf. NEW FIRM- NEW GOODS, AT L 0 W V R I C E S ! NEW SPRING STOCK AT THE KEYSTONE STORE! DRESS GOODS, Trimmings and notions in great variety. W KITE (500 1) S, Stamped floods, Hosiery and Gloves. Corsets and t-kirte, Ladies Shawls and Coats, new styles, SS T R A W GOO D S, Flowers, Ribbons. Ac. UM IS R ELLAS AXI) rARASOfJ. Window Shades and fixtures. Ladies' and Children' Shoes, I1M LL PA PER. WA LL PA I'ER, Carpets, and Oil Cloths, HATS AND CAPS, Prints, Mulins. (J inghaius, Tickings, Cot tonadcrf,CaMiuicrcs, Tweeds. Ac, Ac. Cheaper thau tbe cheapest. June t. '9. ' V D.rt.NIVMSU lSO'O. :::::::: 18(30. GRAND OPENING 0F SPRING & SUMMER STYLES IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, "WHITE GOODS, SHAWLS, LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, kc. Having selected our stock with tbe greatest care, we cannot be surpassed in Style and Quality. All our goods will be sold at a close cah price, so that purchasers will find it to their advantage in calling on us. Having fitted up a separate room for Hats and Caps and Straw Uoods, the finest assortment ' of these goods will be kept . WM. REED & CO., Market St. Clearfield, I'a. , ' . April 14. 1889. GKAIK WANTED. Wheat. Kye. Corn, Buck wheat and Oats wanted, for which the hich est market price will be paid by J. P. KKATZKB. waraei street, opposite tbe Jail, llearneid , fa FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, or all a-rsn. also Bggag Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copy - xmprovea Money Drawers, Ae FOR SALC BY MERRELL k BIOLER ll 1 w Dealers in Hardwan. June 30. Clkabfikld, Pa. lls9. C. KRATZER & S0XS arc receiving a sj.lendid stock t.f CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW SHADES COUNTERPANES AND QUILTS, LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS, LADIES SILK COATS AND OVERSK1RTS, ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACE POINTS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S TKIM.MEl) HATS, DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, BEST Kip GLOVES LADIES', GENTLE MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S, BLACK AND FANCr SILKS, FINE BLACK ALPACAS, UNEQUALLED STOCK LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES AND GA1TEKS, MEN S CALF AND FRENCH KIP BOOTS, IIEA VV CALF BOOTS, $5, MEN'S AND" BOYS FINE AND HEAVY SHOES, BEST STONE TEA SETTS, $0, CASSIMERES VERY CHEAP, GROCERIES, FLOUR AND PROVISIONS AT LOWEST RATES, LIBERAL REDUCTION TO THOSE Bl'Y- "G JN QUANTITY, WOOL, MARKETING AND COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED. ClcarnVhL Jnnc 30, 18C:. ATTENTION, 1) U Y E It S ! READ! READ:! Who sells the chenjiest goods in the county ? M O S SO P ! Who sclLi Lest calicoes ;it 1 2 ct.i yanl? M O tS 0 1". Who yells be.t unbleached iim-Iiu at !T crnts7 MOSS O P ! Who .sells Hall's Calf Roots ..tfiOu : m o s s p: M"ho sells Hall's best Co;ir.-e Hoot? at :&' m o s s o p: WIwe1iIIJillVl)CstK.iP..wUatf4-V: M O S S O P! Wuosol'.s Hals lower than anjliodj else ? M O S S 0 P ! Who .sells Sugar tin1 ehe.!.'-t? M o s s o p : Who sells Syrup the cheaptt? M O S S O P ! Who sells Flour the cheape.-t 1 m o s s o r? Who tells Chop and Feed the cheap- . m o s s o p: Who sells Hardware the cheaiH-M MOSSOT! Who sells Queensware tl"' thi'tip ' M O S S O P ? Who sells Tinware the ! ' m o s s o p : Who sells Clothing the flu-apt-? M O 8 S O P ! Who sells Plaster the ihc ' m o s s o p : Who tells "Salt the eheapci" M O S S O P ! Who first brought goods down t 1 lowest easli prices ? M O S S O P ! Everybody should buy their ''"' " MOSSOP'S! Clearfield. MyJjM!!L--- - -p ID. PERKS A Co's fiour, the besT in a J sale by ' , DESSICATEK COCOAN UTS: for pic' T -. etc . for sale at ' v -j 2t 3 CABLE CHAINS a g-"d T.rri"(-'-llXt-" for sale by MEKfcU'u"