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g(;c Hafkroau' gowxnal, gtoftefb, Iga., loucmficr 11869.
or the firmer.
THE PLOW, SPADE AND EOE.
The farmer's the chief of the nation,
The oldest of nobles i? ha,
How blast beyond others his station,
ti i r i e i
rroin want anu irum envy now ireei
Hia patent was granted in Eden, I
Long ages and ages ago,
O the farmer, the farmer forever,
Three cheers for the plow, spads and hoe.
In Aprl, when nature is waking.
And blue birds are first on the wing,
His plows now the fallows are breaking.
Whence beautiful harvests nball spring ;
Then broadcost along the brown furrow
We hasten the good seed to sow,
O the farmer, the farmer forever,
Three cheers for the plow.spade and hoe.
When summer in beauty is glowing,
With fresh early morn he's away,
And skilfully guides he the mowing,
Or tosses the sweet scented hay:
Then casts him at noon by the brook-side
Where gaily its bright waters flow,
O the farmer, the farmer forever,
Three cheers for the plow, spade and hoe.
But when in the clear autumn weather
He reaps the reward of his care,
So busy and joyful together,
What monarch with him can compare ?
His barm running over with plenty,
His trees with their fruit bending low,
O tlie farmer, the farmer forever,
Three cheers for the plow, spade and hoe.
Then sing me the life of a farmer,
With comfort and health iu bis train,
And heed not the voice of the charmer
That whimpers of speedier gain
With all the rich treasures 'tis teeming
That Heaven on its child can bestow,
O the farmer, thd farmer forever,
Three cheers for the plow, spade and hoc.
Mince Pies. As the season for mince
pic making is approaching, the following in
structions in regard to making pie crust, will
prove acceptable to some of our lady readers
They are from a correspondent of thet'ouii
try Gentleman :
No matter how delicious and good the ma
terials, if the result is heavy, tough, greasy
crust, the material is worse than wasted.
Perhaps no form of food in common use
is more indigestible than the ordinary meth
od of preparing pie crust. If we will have
it, great care should be taken to make it as
nicely and delicately as possible.
A few things should be carefully observed
in its preparation. The lard or butter used
for shortening should be of the very best
quality. Salt should be freely used with
lard ; neither should ever be in the least de
gree melted. A cool room (if hot weather),
cool molding board, cool hands and water
are indispensable. A bowl of ice water to
dip the hands into, as well as to mix with,
is a great help. A marble board is best,
and a cellar or cool milk room to prepare
paste, if hot weather.
When the water is added, mix with a
spoon or knife, just sufficient to make all ad
here together, touch none with the hands
until ready to roll, then cut with a knife a
piece just large enough for the size of the
plate, knead .not at all, but touch lightly,
and roll but one way, never back and forth.
Experience will teach about the size neces
sary for one crust, and thus one will not be
necessitated to workover again bits, which
would form a tough, disagreeable crust.
Pieces, however, that are left, should always
be used, either for an under crust, or baked
for lunch crumbs.
A pint of flour, rightly managed, will make
two crusts, and a piece of shortening as
large as a goose egg will be sufficient. If
you desire it more flaky, without the trouble
of puff paste, spread soft butter or lard up
on the upper crust before sending to the
Get P-id of Undesirable Stock.
Farmers should be very careful in selecting
breeding animals of every kind. It is a
great mistake to waste provender on stock
of an inferior quality, which are not only far
from profitable, but unprofitable even after
consuming an amount of pasture or forage
that would "toll" on a better class of ani
mals. Old horses are a bad dependence
for the spring work. A thrifty farmer gen
erally manages to get rid of his horses before
they are past their labor, and fall on his
hands a dead loss. Old milch cows are not
fit for the dairy, they should be fattened or
sold as soon as they are no lougcr profitable
for milking or breeding purposes. Old ewes
produce light fleeces and small weak lambs
they are more liable to lose their wool by
brush and briars than young sheep, and they
do not winter well ; they should be culled
out of the flock and made fit for the butcher.
There i said to be carried off from the
soil nine pounds of lime in twenty bushels
of wheat, nine pounds in fifty bushels of
oats. and fifteen pounds in thirty-eight bush
els of barley. There are thirty -five pounds
of lime in two tons of clover, one hundred
and forty pounds in twenty-five tons of tur
nips, and two hundred and seventy pounds
in nine tons of potatoes. Some soils con
tain an abundance of lime for a thousand
years, while other soils require an occasion
al application of lime aa a fertilizer.
Buckwheat Cakes. To every three
bushel of buckwheat add one of good, heavy
oaU ; grind them together as though there
was only buckwheat; thus you will have
cakes always light and always brown, to pay
nothing ot thgreater digestibility and the
lightening ot spirits, which are equally cer-
White Lead, Zine Paint, Linseed Oil. Turpentine,
Varnishes of all kinds, Color, in oil and
dry, Paint and Varnish brashes.
HARTSWICK k IRWIN,
Clearfield.Pa -M 5,'-
MY OWN HOOK.
Having purchased the entire stock at the
old stand of Kirk 8c Spencer, in Lumber City,
I iDteod carrying on the business aa hereto
fore. Mr MOTTO IS TO SELL CHEAP FOR
Thanking onr friends and customers for
past patronage I solicit a continuance of tbe
Sept. 15th, 1869, ISAAC KIRK.
D. K. rCLLBBTOil.
W. B. M PHSBSOM.
NEW F I II M !
FULLERTOX & McPhERSOX,
Keep constantly on hand Fresh Meats, such as
BEEF, VEAL. MUTTON, Etc.,
All kinds of Vegetables, in season,
BUTTER, LARD, Etc.,
Which they will sell at tbe lowest market prices.
Cash paid for Cattle, Butter, etc.
ROOM ON MARKET ST.,
ClearBeld, Pa-May t2,'69.
e. s. vooxci
B0YNT0N & YOUNG,
Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets,
Mulay and Circular Saw Mills,
HEAD BLOCKS, W'A TER WHEELS,
SHAFTING. PULLE1S, BOLTS,
ami all kinds of Mill work.
STANLEY PARLOR STOVES,
Heating Stoves, Sled Shoes, Plows
and eastings of all kinds.
Giffards' Injector, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles,
Oilers, Tallow Caps, Oil Caps, Gauge Cocks,
Air Cocks. Globe Valves, Check Valves,
Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps,
Boiler Feed-Pnmps, Anti-friction
Metals, Soap Stone Packing,
Gum Packing. Ac. Ac,
December 9, lS63-tf.
1. B. GRAB A.
E. W. ORAHAH .
A. A. ORAHAH
N E W FIRM!
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
in all kinds of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Queens
ware, Wood and Willowware, Flour,
Bacon, Fish. Fait etc., Market St.,
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets, Silks Coburgs, Alpacas,
Merinos. Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ging
hams, Prints, ' Poplins, Lairns, Sun
shades, Handkerchiefs Kid and
other Gloves.Hosiery ,Balmo-""--tIs,
Hoop-skirts, and s
general variety of rib
Buttons, Braids, e'.c, at the lowest prices.
They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and
Fancy Cassimercs,Sattinetts, Tweedi, Mel
tons, Weter-proof Cloth, Silk, Satin
and common Vestings, etc., in
great variety, and at prices
that will give general
satisfaction to buyeis.
A general assortment of Ready-made Cloth
ing. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware and Qneensware, a good
Stock, Wood and Willowware,
and a full stock of Groceries.
GRAHAM A SONS sell all articles that are
usually kept in a well-regulated country
store, and hence the people generally
will find it to their advantage to
bu3 goods of them.
Grain and country produce taxes
exchange for Got Is.
Ac--. 25- 69.
Flour in Barrels or Sacks.
One car load of Salt.
Coffee by the Bag or Pound.
Sugar by Barrel or Pound.
Choice Teas in Chests or sin
Choice Syrups by Barrell or
Mackerel and other Fish by
Barrel or Dozen.
Ten tons Rye Chop, Corn and
Oats and other r eed.
will sell the above from two to five
per cent, lower than goods of the
same quality can be bought
in Clearfield Town.
Clearfield, Sep. 29.1809.
ARNOLD & HARTSHORN,
Have just opened a large and most' complete stock
OF DRY GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BACON, SALT, kc.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AS TO
QUALITY AND PRICES.
All kinds ofj.Lumber and Produce taken in ex
change for goods.
Give us a call before purchasing else
where. ARNOLD k HARTSHORN.
Curwensville, Sept. 22, 1869.
NEW FALL GOODS
JUST OPENED AT TI1K
BANNER SHOE AND HAT STORE
J. K. P. LIG1ITCAP,
Marlet Strut. Clearfield, Pa.
All grades of coarse boots for Men,
Youth and Children.
All styles of Hats and Caps for every
body. Ladies work made a speciality in this
Call early and be suited. ,
QUICK SALES A- SMALL PROFITS.
Place : Next door to Adams' Express
Clearfleld, Sept. 22. 1F69.
1809. SEPTEMBER. 1809.
BETTER STYLES !
We are just opening a large and com-
plete stock of f
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
embracing a full line of
DRES GOODS. NOTIONS,
PAISLEY, WOOLEN AND ZEPHTR SHAWLS,
for Underwear, Dresses, Capes, Ae.,
TRIMMINGS, of all kinds,
ALEXANDRES' K ID GLOVES,
(superior to Jovins,)
ZEPHYR AND WORSTED,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS, HATS, CAPS, FURS,
Ac. Ac., Ac.
Having selected our stick with the greatest care,
buyers will find a decided advantage
Having made arrangements with an Importing
House, country dealers will be supplied
with Zephyr at New Yors and
Philadelphia jobbing prices.
WM. REED k CO.
Clearfield, Sept. 52; 1S69.
Or ALL KINDS. ALSO,
Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying
Presses, Improved Money Drawers, Ae.,
roR (ALB BT
MERRELL k BIGLER,
Dealers in Hardware,
June 30. J Clearfield. Pa. 1869.
C. KRATZER & SONS
are receiving a splendid stock of
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW SHADES,
COUNTERPANES AND QUILTS,
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS, j
LADIES SILKCO ATS AND O VERSKIRTS,
ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACE POINTS,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S TRIMMED
DRESS GOOD 5 AND TRIMMINGS,
BEST KID GLOVES LADIES', GENTLE
MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S,
BLACK AND FANCY SILKS,
FINE BLACK ALPACAS,
UNEQUALLED STOCK LADIES' AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES AND GAITERS,
MENS CALr and french kip boots,
HEAVY CALF BOOTS, $5,
MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE AND HEAVY
BEST STONE TEA SETTS, $0,
CASSIMEKES VERY CnEAP,
GROCERIES, FLOUR AND PROVISIONS
AT LOWEST RATES,
LIBERAL REDUCTION TO THOSE BUY
ING IN QUANTITY,
WOOL, MARKETING AND COUNTRY
Clearfleld, June 30, 1860.
Who sells the cheapest goods in the
M 0 s s o r !
Who sells best calicoes at 12 cts a yard?
Who sells best unbleached muslin at 17 cents'
Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at $5 00?
Who sells Hall's beat Coarse Boots at SI 50?
Wl, r oll TT 11 " host K i n 1 5i nr s t R-l : 0?
Who sol's Hats lower than anybody else?
WLrk u!lu Qiirrai tlif- noet ?
Who sells Syrup the cheapest?
Who sella Flour the cheapest ?
Who sells Chop and Feed the cheapest?
Who sells Hardware the cheapest ?
Who sells Queensware the cheapest ?
Who sells Tinware the cheapest ?
Who sells Clothing the cheapest ?
Who sells Plaster the cheapest ?
Who sells Salt the cheapest ?
Who first brought goods down to
lowest each prices :
Everybody should buy their goods at
Clearfield. May 12-1309.
PERKS A Co's flour, the best in market, for
Iti sale by J SHAW A SON
etc , for sale at GRAHAMS.
STABLE CHAINS a good article, on band and
I for sale by ilEiKELL rUU Li.ll.
WINE & LIQUOR STORE
I. L. REIZENSTEIN k CO.,
WIXES AND LTQ UORS,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
A good assortment for medical purposes always
January 27. !Sfi9-6m.
E N S',
YOUT II S'
The undersigned having recently added
to his former business, would respectfully
solicit an examination oi his stock. Being
a practical Tailor he flatters himself
that he is able to offer a better
class of ready-made work
than has heretofore been
brought to this mar
ket. Anyone wishing to buy goods in this line
would save money by calling at his store,
and making their selections. Also,
a full supply of Gents'furnishing
goods always on hand.
Feeling thankful for past favors, he would re
spectfully solicit a eontinuance of the
April 23, 189. H. BRIDGE.
E. B. PATTO!C,
E. A. 1RV1K,
1. r. ir.wm
E. B. PATT0N & CO.,
Having fitted np a first elas
are prepared to furnish to order all kinds of Man
ufaetared Lumber, sueh as
FL 0 OltING, SIDLXG,
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
and every description of Plain and Fancy Mould-
iags, Dealers will and it to ineir advantage 10
- . .
consult our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Address, E. R. Patton & Co.,
Dec 2,'C8. Clearfield Co., Pa.
J. A. Blattenberger & Co.,
OW OFFER AT THEIR
A large and well selected stock of freh
SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS, purchased at lowest market rates, and to
be sold at a slight advance on cost, consisting ot
WOOD & WILLOWWARE, i
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And everything appertaining to well regulah (
households, as well also to
MILLS, MINES AND CAMPS.
Orders received and promptly filled.
Highest market price paidfor
Salesmen ore polite, attentive and obliging
CALL, SEE, EXAMINE,
and be convinced.
J. A. Blattenhergcr & Co.
Osceola Mills, April 21 , 1563.
Having- taken charze of this well-known Hotel.
the undersigned would respectfully solicit a share
of the public patronage. Travelers will And tbe
accommodations equal to those of any other house
in this section. Chances moderate-
Dec. 2. lS63-tf. JOHN J. REED, Prop'r.
J Curwensville, Pa.
EXPRESS AND STAGE OFFICE.
This well-known Hotel, having been re-fitted
and re-furnished throughout, is now open for tbe
accommodation of travelers, and tbe publie in
general. Charges moderate.
w Jtl . .M . JEttlUU.
August 14, Igfl'-tf. Proprietor.
CLEARFIELD NURSERY. Escocr
ace Home Industry. The undersign
ed having established a Nursery, on the Pike,
half way between Curwensville and Clearfield
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Frui
trees, (Standard and dwarf.) Evergreen-. Shrub
bery. Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Lawtcn Black
berry. Strawberry and Raspberry vines. Also
SibrianCrab trees. Quince and early Scarlet Rbea!
barb. 4c. Orders promptly attended to. Andres
Aug 3l,lHn. J. U. W K IU 11 I , durwensviue
O J. HAYES, Surgeon Dentist, Office
on Main Street, Curwensville, Penn'a.,
Will make professional visits for the conveni
ence of of the publie commencing in April, 169.
as toliows.ris : Lutnersourg am rriaay oi every
month ; Ansonville, first Monday of every month ;
Lumber City, first Thursday of every month;
spending two days in either place. All ordes for
worK SD0UIU no presentea on me any oi uis urn
val in each place.
tie'" Teeth extracted by the application of local
anesthesia, comparatively without pain. All
kinds of dental work guaranteed.
N. li. The nublie will please notice, tnat ur
H.. when not eneaged in tho above visits, may be
fuund in his office in Curwensville. ap.I. BY-1 y
W AYS N
J O II N I R V I X.
Has just received and opened at the old stand
in Curwensville. an entire new stock of Fall and
Winter Goods which he will sell very cheap for
cash. Mia stock cousists ot
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Queensware, Hoots and
Shoe. Hats, Caps, Ready
made Clothing, etc.
The public generally is respecfully ievited to
five him a call : see his stock and bear hisprices.
and purchase from him if you find it will be to
your advantage. isov. io, imho
POR SALE three building lots, 24 by ?5
feet, near the railroad depot. Will be
sold sepaiato, ur in a body, ror further informs
lion apply to li.fc. S.MUtK, uieartieid. fa.
n 000 POUNDS WOOL WANTED
by the subferiber. which will be
taKen on nook account or in exenange ror gooas
AlarKet prices paid tor Wool.
Mower -V.iiyZti. UAV1U BELL.
F. C. CKOMM,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, FA.,
Adjoining the residence of Dr. J. G. Uartswick,
Keeps a fine assortment of plain and fancy
cloths, cassimeres. etc.. which he will mike up to
order, in the latest styles, at tie lowest prices
Deing an experienced workman, he guarantees
entire satisfaction. A share of public patronage
soliciKd. - Jan. 20, htf-lf.
fl. L E A R F I E L D HOUSE
FRONT STREET, PHILIPSBL'Rrt. PA.
I will impeach any one who savs I fail to riv
direct and personal attention to all oar customers
or lull to cause them to rejoice over a well tur
nibbed table, with elean rooms and new beds
where all may feel at home and the weary be a
rest. rew stabling attached.
Philipsburg, Sep. 2,'68. JAS. H. G ALER.
EXCHANGE IIOTE L,
This old establishment having been leased by
J. Morrison, formerly Proprietor of the -Morrison
IIou.e.' has been thoroughly renovated and re
furnished, and supplied with all the modern im
proveraents and conveniencies necessary to a first
class Hotel. Tbe dining room has been removed
to tbe Grst floor, and is now spacious and airy.
The chambers are all well ventilated, and the
Proprietor will endeavor to make bis gueMsper-
fectlv at home. J. MORRISON. -
Huntingdon June 17. ISM. Proprietor
FARMERS. LOOK TO YOUR IXTER-
ESTS. The undersigned havine ob
tained the right to sell T J. Booth's Improved
Stump Extractor, after a trial of three days on
tbe Tarm of Josian W Ihompson.in Lawrence tp.
we find it par excellent in every respect, giving
perfect satisfaction to all present, nothing as yet
gotten out oi repair, ne extracted every tree
and stump as we passed, large and small. We
now offer it to tbe eitixens of Lawrenre. Pike,
l'enn. Bradford and Goshen townships. We will
II ibe right to build a single machine for 5 iu t0
or any person wishing a machine this summer,
we. will deliver the same on the farm of tbe pur
chaser, and give it a trial for his satistxetion. for
S2('o 00 with terms liberal. W. Y. l Alt
Address Tate A Brown. A. U. BROW N.
Clearfield P.O ,
je 16-2m. Clearfield county, Pa.
A T T E X T I O N ! PIiESEll VE TIIK
- FIJI TIT TliKS
Curculio, wood-borer, and all other insects so
destructive to fruit trees, successfully prevented
from committing their ravages on orchards 1 ne
tender vice and ornamental tree alike preserved
in root, body, branch, and bud. from the attack
of any kind of vermin or insect, by "Fisher s new
and useful process for preventing the borer or
other insects from injuring fruit trees, shade and
ornamental treec. shrubs and vines," Patented
September 12th. 18r6.
Ibis remarkame invention nas been testea in
the most htorough manner, and has ia every in
stance given the most conclusive proofs of Us
merits In no ease has it failed to prove itself a
perfect and complete protection against tbe va
nous kinds ot insects mm tor yeais pasr nave
been preying upon all kinds of fruit and fruit
trees J estimoniais turnisnea it aesirea.
Individual and township rishrscan be had neon
application to D. DRKSSLKK, Esq.. at KoeK'on.
Clearfield county, Pa., who if agent for Clearfield
eounty. June a, lNr9.-d m p
rTlHE highest market prices paid for Shingles
Dy i. C11AH
rpUIMBLE-SKElNS end Pipe-boxes, t. r Wag
X ons, torsate oy jitnntLl, lUULhU
OIL, Putty, Paints Glaus and Nails, for sale at
June '. MERKELL k BIULEK'S
STOVES of all sorts and sixes, constantly on
handat MERRELL A BIGLER'S
IKON i IKON'.! Beet bar iron, for sal at the
store of MERRELL A BIGLER.
GUNS. Pistols and sword eanea to be had at
June,'66 MERRELL k BIGLER'S.
LOVER, Timothy and Orohard-grass seeds at
C. KRATZER A SOX5.
GROUND AND CNGROTJND SPICES. Citr
English Currants, Essence Coffee, and Vine
gar of the best quality. for sale by
Jan. 10. HARTSWICK k IRWI N .
WOOL WANTED 100 000 pounds wool want
ed, for which the highest market price will
be paid, by J. P. KRATZER.
VSTANTED 10.000 pounds of WOOL, at the
f T -REvgro store," Clearfield.Pa.
"ITTHITE WINE VINEGAR a superior arti-
cleforpickling.forsalebyj P. KRATZER.
MAPLE eiJGAK jnst received at
J. P. KRATZER'S, Market Street.
WALL PAPER new and beautiful designs,
suitable for parlors, halls and dining rooms.
sold cheap at
J. P. KKA rZKK'ri.
TTALL'S FIXE CALF-SKIN BOOTS, at SS 00,
JJ May 13,'fi9.
DRIED FRUIT, H reduced prices, at
May 2, ti. MOSSOP'S.
UEENSWARE Tea sets. best stooe-ware.4
$6 50 at
SWAIM'S PANACEA. Kennedy's Medical Dis
covery, Hembold's Buehu. Bake'a Cod Liver
un. Javne sand Ayer s Merfiemee.tor sate ov
Ja.a.10. HARTSWICK IRWIN.
iCataurant and Refreshment Sal,,,,,.
IS LEAVY'S sew ErtLrixo.
(formerly occupied by kuie.)
secoud St., Clearfield, Va.
Constantly kept on hand Hue selection 0f
Candies, Cigars. Tobacco, Suts. io
Also Fresh. Oysters, received daily, and
served up in any style, to suit the
taste of emrtomers.
Billiard Saloon in Secotul Story.
Deo. 9, 1S6S DAVID M GAltiHEY.
C. KRATZER &" SONS,
Have removed to the largs aud elegant, SET
STORE BOOM, ou Second Sttert. elji.ining Mr-
rell t Bigler'e Hardware Store, wbere tboy
be pleased to see their old and new customers
Citisensof the county visiting Clearfisld. ltd
ishing to make 'purchases, will fir.i it to their
advantage to examine their stock.
Goods at cah prices exchanged for all sicdiuf
eou-itry produce. Jan. (,'.
O M K T II I N O X H VT
Clearfield county, Pen a' a.
The undersigned bavin; erected, duricr
past summer, a largo a&d c -it. eim! '.- slot roow.
is now engaged :n filling it up wit's a new ii
select awortrueutof fail and Winters. .rt. which
he offers to tbe publio at prices to n t ti tiuci
ilust 'rk of Mens' ar.l boys rlctbir. is mcmi.
lv extenive, and is offered to ODMumi rs at fre-m
S10 to $2" fur a whole suit, flour, t all. d1 ir
oeries. of every kii:d. complete a-sornniai;
Moves and Move-pipe, a neavy tick ; zoult aci
fhocs. Hats and Caps, in great variety : Latliei'
dress goods, furs, and other txney goods trihr
with an endless sortnient of b-.tiotis tws teiliawi
to enumerate, always on hand acd sor sl rerj
oh en p. Prints at 10 cents a yarc.aul other gawfi
in pr-jporjion ow is tLs time to bnr.
Louiitry procucr or cverv kmu, at the klrktrt
market prices, will be (akfu in erckssgt far
goods; and even Greenbacks will not la r.fnt.4
for anv article in store Examine my stock t.
fore you bar elsewhere.
October .30.1 Si, . ll.Mi.M
UARKBT STKSCT. CLKlRriKLP. rl.,
Would respectfully inform the itijnf of Clear
field and vicinity, that he has oj.es! a aw tail
oring establishment inSbaw's How o e dooroit
of the Post OOjo, and Las just returned fro lit
eastern cities with a large and eleset ii'jti tt
Cloths, Ciissimen-ii, Ntstine.
Reavers, &c, aud all kinds ofjodefor
men and bovs' wear, au.l '.s
prepared to make up to order Cl.'.'THIN J, frca
a single article to a full suit, in the in'.a
and most workmanlike in inner .-;.: J tui
tion given to custom work, r.J cut'itx ui fr
men and buys. lie ofirs great kargaiusm tut
mcrs, and warrants.eulire aatisfajtioa A liUnl
share of public patronage is solicited C 1 1 ate
examine the goods.
Oct 16. lh7. K. P.. L. ?T0rP.T.
Corner of Second St. and Hill KoJ.
Has just received and opened, at lb sUn lin
ed place, an entire new stock of eti'S
and Summer Goods, wbich ae wili
sell very cheap tor cash.
His stock consicts of
Dry Goods Croeeries. llsrjwxre.
Queensware. Boots and irlicej. Ua;i tki
Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc. lie a'-o kH
choice Flour, Com Mel. Chop fi,
Bacon, Fish and dried Fraij.
Persons desirous of tmrcLa.irtf gooJ. 1 It '
rates are respectfully reqestoii u
give hits a call.
Approved country produce wiil b tl
the highest prite. iu e jhsigi for
Clearfield. Jane 17, .$-:.
LOOK AT THIS !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles and Miscellaaeous Book: shet 5 -ie
for Piano, Flute and Violin;
Blank Account and Pass E-ks. of ertry i
soription; Paper and Envelope .Treses
pressed and plain; Petstni !'.'i.-ii:
Deeds; Mortga:res; Judgment Kx? "J
I'romisory Notts ;
Blank Legal Paper: White and Vv.l"-t
Brief; Legal cap: Record cp -
Bill cap, etc ,
Will he sold at Wholesale or Peta'I T
P. A. G A U L I .
At the Pas' offi'So. on Mar;
May 5. ISrta
MarMe and Stone Ynnl.
T. LIDDELL & CO..
Desire to inform their frienls. srl !
that they have now and will kP '""ji.",'',
hand a large and well se'ected lj
AND VERMONT MARBLE. ar4 ' re
furnish to order
BOX AND CRADLE TOMBS.
in Sandstone aT.d Mr
CURB and POSTS forC
window sills ani CAl';; v
Hid invite special attention-
Thev would invite special ,
Sandstone Monuments which are built
and will compare '"" irti
anything of the Kind in the countrs
.J..... r.,h Marble Window J1 CP
a alight advance on the price -! f J,,"",r6,!i.
Yard on Reed street, neartb Wt C.e
, Jure St- 1
Penn a. - "
-RANKED FRUT.-Canned i.rcj
W and canned ccrn, etc . i"r SJ. A .
Marcli 10, 1S69.