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Damp Cellar Walls.
Tarring cellar walls to protect the contents
from damp has longbeen practiced in Corn
wall England. In that wet favored portion
of Great Britin, where a fine day is the ex
ception, and not as here the rule, every
precaution is requisite to protect walls from
dampness, and amongst these none are found
more effectual than the use of coaltar, after
being carefully prepared. The preparation
consista simply in boiling the tar in any
convenient kettle, until all the watery parts
are evaporated and driven off by the heat.
The tar is then laid on the walls with a com
mon whitewash brush, one or more thin
coats being nwd, and as the tar is always
laid on in as hot a state as possible, without
destroying the hairs of the brush, it can be
spread on a rough surface of stone work
with an even, thin coat, and the stone- or
bricks for ever after become impervious to
I have often seen buildings so covered
that were first plastered with a smooth coat
of mortar, and laid out into squares to itni
ate cut stone work, and on this coal tar
takes remarkably well. It would not per
haps, be advisable to use tar for outside pro
tection against the weather, where the black
color would be a serious objection and un
sightly object, but for utility there is no sub
stance so cheap and at the same time so effi
cient in its action as a protection - to walls
against dampness. One great cause of wet
walls is variation in temperature. If the
wall so exposed to cold on the outer side
and a warm moist atmosphere within, a
damp surface on the inside is absolutely
certain to be the result. This arises from
the condensation of tho humid internal air
on the chilled walls, and the remedy in thb
case must be looked for in another way.
To exemplify thia principle, let any one
convince himself by laying a saw or ax out
of doors, into a cold atmosphere, when the
thermometer is about zero. After ten min
utes of such exposure, bring the article into
warm moist air of the house, and ax or saw
will be at once covered with dew, from the
condensation of moisture from the internal
air on the cold surface. And this principle
is always more or less active in cellar?. The
remedy is to keep the temperature upon
the outside as much as conveniently may be,
by covering and partial pro'ection, and down
in the inside by absence of heat, and your
cellar walls will at once dry up. Attention
must also primarily be paid to the matter
of drainage. Toronto Globe.
Farmers Should have Fruit.
This is the season to think of planting
fruit trees. Every farmer who has not a
good orchard of apple, peach, pear, cherry,
plum, and quince trees, should lose no time
in planting one. Now is the time to act in
the premises, The "sinews of war" the
money should te raised to buy the trees
this very spring to plant. One year. in a
man's lifetime is a good deal and it should
not be lost. It is a gre:tt deprivation to
lose any single fruit, even fur a slnsle year.
If the money is not on hand, it should be
borrowed if it can be for it will certainly
pay to borrow money to plant trees. They
greatly increase the value of a farm. They
beautify and adorn home. They supply the
best luxuries of the table. They give health
to the body. They supply food cheaper
than it can be raised by growing cereals
for when once iu bearing, they continue to
bear during a man's natural life.
But not only should truit trees of all kinds
be planted, but every family should hac
plenty of strawberries, goosberries, raspber
ries, currants, blackberries grapes, etc.
Now is the time to procure them. OrJtr
early, so that you may be sure to get thera.
There will be a very great demand the
present spring, as thousands of i in migrants
have poured into Missouri and Kansas the
past year, and all ought to plant trees aud
the majority will plant thera. From all we
can learn, the demand is greater for trees
and plants the present spring than it has
ever been before in the West. We are glad
to learn this, because it U an evidence that
the people know their interests, and we are
taking early action to secure theni. Rural
The Horse. Youatt, in his book en
titled, "I he Horse, Fays this animal will
never drink hard water if soft is within
reach ; that lie will leave clear, transparent
hard water for a pool ot soft, even though
the latter be discolored with mud. Very
cold water from the well will make the hair
rise up, and not unfrequently cause an at
tack of gripes. Give soft water if practica
ble, especially if the anjmal be ailing. This
is a valuable hint. . -
eevit. Salt is said to be a complete
preventive a.cainst the destruction of'wheat
by weevil. Mix a pint of salt with a barrel
of wheat, or put the grain in old salt barrels
and the weevil will not attack it. In stack-
ing wheat, four or Gye quarts of salt to every
hundred sheaves, sprinkled among them,
will entirely secure them from (he depre
dations of this insect, and render the straw
more valuable as food for cattle.
Horace Greeley has written a very
sensible article upon the disasters which
follow the distraction of'forests. He entreats
farmers and landowners to plant and rear
at least two better trees for every one they
may be impelled to cut down. There can
twno doubt that the destruction of trees
impairs the health, inpairs the pockets, and
impairs the beauty of the lands of the' peo
ple. Many English farmers feed no hay to
their work horses, but keep them in hich
order with straw, roots and shorts. The
equivalent of twelve tons of hay can be pro
j i .
uucea on one acre in roots, rarmers in
this country will eventually bring vegetables
more into us as stock feed.for roots are cheap
neaitny and nutritious.
The farmer, in the manufacture and care
oi his manure heap, should alwnys keep in
view that it in preparation should not be al
lowed to lose iU strength by the rapid fer
mentation having its soluble parts unneces
sarily washed away and lost.
Having just fitted op a new and elegant Jural
tare Room, on Market street, tut of the "Alle
gheny Hu," Clearfield. Pa.. notifies the public
that he keens on band .11 kinds of Chamber suits.
(walnut and common). Cane seat ana inasor
share of patronage is respectfully eolioited.
... n 1
April ! IOIV.
rjiIIK WONDERFUL LlNtMENT.
-- This Liniment having been used, for
some years pat.aa a family medicine hy the pro
prietor, and its good effects eoming to the notice
cf bis neighbors, bas. at tbeir suggestion, con
sented to manufacture it for the benefit of the af
flicted everywhere. It is the best remedy for
Catarrh and llillious Cbolie. ever offered to the
public; and will cure many other aireases in me
human body. It is also a sure cure for Pole evil
and Wind-trails in horses Directions for Its use
accompany each bottle. Price. $1 per bottle, or
six bottles for So. bent to any address by encios
ing the price to WM. II. WAGONER,
Oct. 6, 1S69. Clearfield county, Pa.
ATISS II. S. SWAN'S, School for Girls,
C learfield, Pa.
The next Term of twentv-two weeks will com
mence eu Monday, May 9, 1S70.
TERMS OIT Tl'ITIOS.
Reading. OrthogrKphy.Writitijr. Object Les
son fnmarv aiiiqidoud hiiia xnuinrr
Oeoirrinhv. rer half term, iof U weeks), $5 00
wir i nn urawinir. iirimuar. jiouim
n.1 Written Arithmetic. 5
Al?fihra and the Sciences. - V
nstrnction in instrumental Jiuato, j
Oil Paintinir. i "
Wai Work. " 8 99
For full particulars send for Circular.
Clearfield, August 25, 18i"9-ly
II. T. Farxsworth,
Would inform Mill owners, and those desirous
of having Mills built, that ho is prepared to build
and tepatr either Circul.ir er Muley saw aims.
and lirist Jims alter the latest improved patterns
He has also for sale an inmroved Water Wheel.
which he guarantees to zive satisfaction in regard
to power and tpced His motto is, to do work so
as to stve perfect satisfaction. Those wishing fur
ther information will be promptly snswered by
addressing bim at Clearfield. Clearfield county
Pa Wrile yoar name and address plain.
April 20. lS70-ly.
The Fourth Session of the present Scholastic
year of this Institution, will commence on Mob
day, the 25th day of April, 1S70.
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.
ThePrincipal 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 op Tcitiox:
Orthography, Reading, Writing and Primary
Arithmttio, per session, (II weeks.) $5 00
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, and Histo
Algebra,Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration
Surveying, Philosophy, Physiology, Chemistry
Book-keeping, Botany, and Physical Geogra
Latin, Greek and French, with any of the a-
bove branches. J12.00
Music Piano, (.".0 lessons.) $10.60
r?No deduction will be made for absence.
For further particulars inquire of
Ret. P. L. HARRISON, a. u.
July 31.1867. Principal.
R E M 0 Y A L .
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
We beg lesve to inform our old aod new custo
mers, that we have removed our establishment to
the new buildice just ereeted on Market street.
nearly adjoining the Mansion Uonse en the west.
and opposite Graham A Sons' store, where we re
spectfully invite the public to come and buy their
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI
CINES, OILS. PAINTS if VARNISHES.
Our stock of Drugs and Mcdioinesconsut of every
thing used, selected with the greatest eare, and
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE I
Vfe also keep a full stock of Dyes. Perfumeries
Toilet articles. Soaps. Tooth Brashes. Hair ISrurh-
es, nitewaso Brc30.es, ana every oiner aina. oi
iirushes. V e have a la' ge lot ef
White Lead, Turpentine,
Flaxseed Oil, Paints, and ia faot everything used
iu the painting business, whieh we offer at City
prices to cash buyers.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
Confectionery. Spices, and the largest stock of va
rieties ever offored in this place, and warranted
to be of the best the market affords.
J. i. 11ART3WICK,
Dee. J, 1863. JOHN F. IRWIN.
AdvMiitaga of th MUTUAL Plan over the
RturnPrrmiunt Plan ot
id S40 5
45 4 20
60 73 50
Mutual Diffrrtnrt Yrttrlv
Plan n $1,000 er $10 000
932 CO . tH 65 S SO
37 30 16 90 . 169 00
s7 00 2 50 25 00
S5 109 3i
&9 40 49 9& 499 50
On the ages named the rates of the tock Com
pany are from 2) to b4 percent, higher than the
Policy for $5,000 at I Policy in the Mutual
age of 32, on the return I Company. same age half
premium plan ut Mock , cash, tall note, for $10.
Companies, annual pre
000,will cost in 10 years,
in cash, including in
terest on notes. 1,505,
But the Mutual i Ompa
ny will pay the
mium, an casn. bo.
and no Dividend to be
made. In easeof death
at end of 10 years, the
Slock Company will pay
A m't of Policy $5,000
Return Premium 1.395
Am't of Policy SIC 006
Less Pr'm cotes 506
and 4 dividends.
Showing that for $110 w Cask Premwn:
the gain en the Mutual plan to the infured mem
ber's family is Fifty Per Cent. Should death
occur at the end ot 5 years, the comparison would
Cash p'd Stock Co ,597 50-p"d to family 'Wi 50
" "Mutual" $735 00- " " $9,500 00
At the age of 40, the Mutual plan for $1,918 ,
Cash Premium, will yield S9.360 ; while the Stock
P'an for S2 032 50. Cash Premium, yields $7.0.40
50, Showing gain on the mutual plan of $22
327 50. and dividend.
INSURE TOCR LIFE IN THE
n. B. SWOOPE, Agent,
Jy.l4,'69-tf. Cleatfleld. Pa.
"VTEW LAMPS. Perkins A House's Xon-Explo-XN
sive Lamp a new article Just received and
minitT STITIT PHTT.TPSRURG. PA.
X " -, ' I
I will imoeaeh anv eae who aavs
I fait to give
a; ..-j ......l .ft.nlinn toall mr customer!,
or fail to cause them to rejoiee om well.a1r.'
nished table, with clean rooms ana new
where all may feel at home and the J
rest. Sew stabling attached. Twn
Philipsbnrg, Sep. 2, '68. jab.
-La" Hnntinodnn. Penn'a.
tv :. A ..ki:.un.. h..inv been leased by
J. Morrison, formerly Proprietorof the "Morrison
House. ' has been thoroughly reny.
r :i i .nnii.l ith all tnt moaeru iin
prorements and convemenciesneceMarj m - m a
class Hotel. The dining room uas oceu t.Lu..v.
to the first floor, and is now spacious anu ..,.
The chambers are all well ventilated, and the
Proprietor will endeavor to msae n i gueuF..-
rect y at home. - viuv.. ,
Huntingdon-June ti, inua. "f
C. KRATZER & SONS
are receiving a splendid stock of
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTUS, v
LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW SHADES,
COUNTERPANES AND .QUILTS',
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS,
LADIES SILKCOATS AND OVEHSKIRTS,
ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACE POINTS,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
DRESS GOODS 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,
MEN S CALF AND FRENCH KIP BOOTS,
HEAVY CALF BOOTS, $5,
MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE AND HEAVY
BEST STONE TEA SETTS, $6,
CASSIMERES VERY CHEAP,
GROCERIES, FLOUR AND PROVISIONS
AT LOWEST RATES,
LIBERAL REDUCTION TO THOSE BUY
ING IN QUANTITY,
WOOL, MARKETING AND COUNTRY
ClearBeld, Jane SO, 1869.
B TJ Y E R S
READ ! READ!!
Who sells the cheapest goods in the
Who sells best calicoes at 12 J cts a ys
Who soils best unbleached muslin at 17 cents'
Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at 55 00?
Wbo sells Hall's best Coarse Boots at $i 50 ?
Who soils Hats lower than anybody else ?
M O S S O P !
Who sells Sugar the cheapest?
Who Eells Syrup the cheapest?
Who sells Flour the cheapest ?
Who sells Chop and Feed the cheapest ?
Who sells Hardware the cheapest ?
Who sells Queensware the cheapest ?
Who seirs Tinware the cheapest ?
Who sells Clothing the cheapest ?
Who sells Plaster the cheapest ?
Who scll3 Salt the cheapest ?
Who first brought goods down to the
lowest cash prices r
Everybody should buy their goods .at
Ci L E AR FIELD
M O S S 0 r ' S !
Clearfield, May .1S9.
. c ,
Kestaurant and Ice oreain oaioon,
13 LEAVY'S NEW BUILDING,
Second St., Clearfield, Fa.
Constantly kept on hand a fine selection or
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Nuts, Ae.
Also Fresh Oysters, receded daily, and
erred up in any style, to suit the
taste of customers.
full stock of goods just roeeivea iron me r.asi
ggg-Bliard Saloon in Second Story.
April 27-'70 P- R- FULLERTON.
Corner of Second St. and Hill Road.
Has just received and opined, at the abor nam
ed place, an entire new stock of Spring
and Summer Oesds, which he will
ell yerr cheap for eash.
Ilii stock consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware. Hoots and Shoes Hat and
Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc He also 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 produee will be taken, at
the highest prices, in exchange tor goods.
Clearfield, June 17, 183.
0, YES! 0, YES!!
A GOOD FARM FOR SALE
Persons destrous of purchasing a farm, are di
rected to examine that valuable property in Law-
InwnL'tiin a.i.l fiittiatA f. thtk lUflUth of
Clearfield creek two miles Kastof the Borough
of Clearfield, and conronient to schools and
Th. Tironertv eontains ONE HUNDRED
AND TlVENTr ACRES, part of which iiim-
nroved and under a hieh state of cultivation-
1 the whole being well fenced. Coal, iron ore, and
other minerals are found on the same.
The buildings con.-ijt of a good TWO-STOR Y
D WE LUNG UO US E, 28,by
Si,28,by 48 feet a GOOD
le premises a young bearing
BARN, and other conven
there is growing on th
orchard of choioe fruit trees
This DroDertv is verv pleasantly sitnated and
being at the confluence of the creek and the river,
it is a very desirable and inviting residence for a
private family. Its position on the creek and
river also render it good situation for a board
ing bouse during the rafting season.
Th. west and north sides of this property being
bounded by the creek and river, makes it one of
the best raftine crouodj in this section, and as
such yields a handsome revenue yearly.
The owner, BIr. M. A. Frank, having perraa
nen-.lv settled in the west, is the reason for dis
posing of this valuable property. For terms, etc.,
apply to 6. J. KOW.
October , ISHS. viearneia, i a.
ALL KINDS OF
A T T II E
M AMMO TH
J. A. BlaUcnbcrscr & Co.
ill be sold cheap
J. SHAW bUJt.
NOW! NOW!! NOW!!!
The anderslgnedrespectfolly Informs the citi
zens or Clearfield and vicinity, that he has re
moved his BAKERY to the building on the corner
ef Market and Third Streett, formerly occupied
by John Hilburn, where he keeps on hand all
which will be sold at very reasonable rates
BREAD ONLY 1 VENTS A LOAF.
Feb. 23,1870-3m. JOHN A. STADLKS.
Raftsmen are informed that the best and cheap
est bread can tt all times be had at
a. L. BHD,
a. r. uoor
CLEARFIELD TLANLNG MILL
f.. Tinnp WEAVER A CO.. Proprietors,
would respectfully Inform the citis.ns ef the fortable rooms-all the modern improvement
, j I the best of Liauors prompt attendance, and rea-
.v.. .. 1,1. r.fit.d and
CUU1117 r j -
supplied their PLANING MILL, ia this Borough,
with the best and latest improved
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
... nw T,rr,Td to execute all orders ia
...... r u: -v
i loorme, eatherboaruirif',
Sash, Door,, Blin.l,, Bracket,, and
Moldings, OI all kinds.
Tbeyhave alargestock of dry lumber on hand,
and will pay eafh for clear stuff, onc-and-a-half I
inch rnnnel plank preferred
Vf E W
J. SUA W k SON.
Have just returned from the east and are now
opsning an entire new stock of goods in the room
' wT,-in .,yk.i
formerly occupied by Wm..F. Irwin, en Market
Street, whieh they now offer to the public at tke
' lowest cask priees.
n. .iiwk eomiati of a ffaneral assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, - Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Bonnets, Dress Goods,
Fruits, Candies. Fish, Salt, Erooms. Neils, etc. ,
in faet, everything usually kept in a retail store
can be bad by calling at this store, or will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well selected, and eensists ef Ihe
newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latent
styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for cash,
or exchanged for approved country produee.
Be sure and eall'and examine onr stock before
nakiugyour purchases, as we are determined
lease all who may favor us with tbeir custom.
May8,lS7. J. SHAW t SOS.
Desires to inform bis old friends and customers
that, having enlarged bis shop and increased his
facilities for manufacturing, he is now prepared
to make to order such furniture as may be desir
ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash. He
mostly has on hand at his -'Furniture Booms,'
a varied assortment ot rurmture, among which l
BUREAUS AJID SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centre. Sofa. Parlor.
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen-
ny-iiind ana otner .bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS, HAT
HACKS, WASH-STAJ.D5, ac. -
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hand, and new jclaa fer
old frames, which will be put ir. an very
- roucnable terms, on t hort notice.
He also keeps on b and. or furnishes to order. Hair.
Corn-husk, Hair and Cotton top Mattresses.
corri.Ns, or every ki.d.
Made to order, and funerals attended wM a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, House painting done to order.
The above, and many other artioies are furnished
to customers cheap for cash or exchanged for ap
proved country produce. Cherry, Maple. Poplar,
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchange for furniture.
Kemember the shop is on Uaraet street, Clear
field, and nearly opposite tbe "Old Jew Ptore."
December 4. 18M JOn.N OI FUCIt
P. T. I.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A Pare, Pleasant, Fnfe and Reliable Tonic. com
pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos-
. Itively pure epirite. free from fail eil. or
ether irritating properties, and win
not disagree or offend the most
delicate stomach. Warrant
ed to eontain more med
icinal virtue than any
bitters at present offered to the public.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL.
To increase the Appetite to promote Digestion
to cure Dyspepsia to cure Fe erand Ague to
cure Biliousness to cure Constipation to cure
Chronic Diarrhea to cure Flatulence to cure
Acid L'ructatioDi to" cure Nervous Debility to
cure Hypochondria to cure Sallowness of tbe
Complexion to eure Pimples and Blotches to
cure General Debility and Prostration of the
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
SOLD EVERYWHERE, AT $ 1 PER BOTTLE.
A liberal durount to th trad.
M ASTCrACTCBaD EXCLUSIVELY BT
A. I. SUA W,
Dealer in Drugs, Medtoines, Chemicals, Dye
Stuffs. Oils, Faints, varnisBei. ac. fatent
Medicines, Pure Wines ndLiqnor for
medical purposes. Fancy and Toilet
Articles, and all goods usually
kept in a Drug Store, sold
Feb. 23,1 cheap. ( 1 870,
"1ANXED FRUIT. Canned Plums, Peaches
J and canned cern, , for aale at the Drug
Store of A-1.0tt1
March IP, 1S69.
-RAXKISG & COLLECTION OFFICE I
Successors to Foster, Perks, Wright Ce.,
Philifsscbo, Ciith Co., Pa..
Where all the business of a Banting House
will be transacted promptly and upon the moat
favorable terms. March 20.-tr.
EM OVA L-G UN SHOP
The undersigned begs leave to inform his old
and new customers, and 10 puoite generally.
that he has fitted up a new GUN SHOP, on the
lot on the corner of Fourth and Market streets.
Clearfield. Pa., where be keeps constantly on
hand, and makes to order, all kinds ot Guns.
Also, guns rc bored and revarnished. and repaired 1
neatly on snort notice, ureters oy man win re
ceive prompt attention.
June a, loot). juna mwun.
gMALL PROFITS and QUICK SALES.
HARTSWICK A IRWIN
are constantly replenishing tbeir stock ef Drugs,
Medicines. Ae. School books and Stationery,
including the Osgood and.Netiooa) series
of readers. Also Tobacco and Ci
gars, of the best quality, and at
the lowest prices. Call and see.
Clearfield, Nov 10, 1869
T 11 E LE0NARD HOUSE,!
(Near the Railroad Depot),
p.plI Rtreet. Clearfield. Pa.
G. D. GOODFELLOW
A new first class Hotel in every respect com-
i ... fi. r .1.-. -kit. i.
lonsDi..uMSM. um r-"t' ' "? f-"' "
resnectfullv solicited. - jy-ii-u.
EW BOOT AND SHOE SHOP.
v ti w 1 b n M i n v
Market Sire." nearfy .ppo.it. th. r.sidi.e. of
II. U fwoope. tsq.,
would reapecuuuj uunuiito lv tiunui.i
Clearfield and vicinuv. mat ne nas openeo. a
UyWt lll'T, . 1IV-1 , 111 U. UUIIU111E 1...V1T
;.j 1 r t rt.,i .inwne;n. rk.i V. .
.. determined not to be outdone either in qnality
of ..tkor -IXnSTla
Calf Skins, of the best quality, always on hand.
I litre nim ft eaii. ijuoe
F. N A- U G L E
GRAHAM'S ROW", CLEARFJELU.
Thanmlersis'ned respectfully informc his old
MnatAmar ,nH I K Tit, Vl 1 i that he llSJ Onhand.
f and constsntl v receiving new additions.) a large
,iock nf Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
CLOCKS, a large vartetv from the best Ma
nfaetory.eonsisting of Eigbwday and thirty-ho
; ;nd Weight, and Levers, Time, Strike a
irA TCIIES a fine assortment.o Isilver Hunt-
Ins: and open case American patent Levers, plain
I and full jeweled.
i . . . . i. , . .... . , . i. .
LrULtls i fiilo. an elegant m.nrani.wi m
best qnality. Also, in silver extension and desk
SPECTACLES, Wrre assortment, far and
near sight, colored and plain glass.
JEWELRY ot every variety, from a single
piece to a full set.
AfSO, fine assortment of Spoons, forks, hat
ter k ii ires. etc.. plated on genuine Alebata.
j1SO. Hair Jewelry .with pure gn'd mounting
got up to order. Call and sec sample bona.
All kinls of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry eare
fully repaired and Warranted
A eontinuance oiDatrona.ee is solicited.
Nov. SSth. 1865. H. F. NADGLS
MUST BE SOLD ! ,
CLOSING OUT AT COST
The undersigned, intending te retire from the
mercantile business is now closing out his en
tire stock ef goods at and below cost,
MEN'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHS, SATTINETT5. KENTUCKY JEANS
DENIN5, LADIES' CLOAKIHii, COATS,
A full line ef Domestic Goods,
&c, &c, 4c.
LADIES' 4 CHILDREN'S SHOES,
GUM & ARCTIC OVERSHOES,
HATS AND CAFS,
Table and Floor Oil Cloths, Carpets all widths,
Window Shades and Wall Paper,
A great variety ofTHosiery, Notions and Trim
mings of every description, Ladies' Trimmed
Hats, Velvets, Ribbons, Balmoral and Hoop Skirts.
Linen and Wool Table Covers, Napkins, Towels,
Counterpanes, a large assortment of Ladies' anal
Children's Weol Hoods, Nubias, Shawls, k.
Persons in want of anything in the above
of Goods are invited to give ma a call, and obtain
goods at wholesale prices.
D. Q. SIVLINQ.
Grain and country produee taken In exehaage
for Goods. Rev-1, 1889.
"HILDRENSfurs twenty-five per cent less
Veost at J. SHAW A SON
BACON:Hama. Sides and Shoulders at red need
prices, at M0SS0P'8.
-"VTJEENSWARE Tea sets, best iten-wara.4
V pieces, at o 00 at nvonur o.
C KRATZER & SONS,
Have removed te the large and elgBt Jiw
6TORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoin, u
rail A Bigler's Hardware Store, where the, wjll
be pleased te see their old and new cestsatni
Citiiensof the county visiting ClearJIdi t,d
wishing to make purchases, will JB4 jt u
advantage to examine their stock.
Goods at cash prices exchanged for all kiodt .f
country produee. Jaa ( ,,
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BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles end MiwelTaneoni Pookt; Sheet kuit
lorriano, Mute and Violi.;
Blank Account and Pass Books, of ersrv it.
seription; faper and Eov.lspet. Freatk
pressed and plain; Peasant Ptteili;-
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment. Exempliee aai
r ruinifvry oies.
Blank Legal Paper; 'White and rareknttat
Brief; Legal eap: Record- cap sad
Bill cap, etc.,
Will be sold at Wholesale er Retail ky
P. A. GAULIN,
At the Post eSoe, eu Market Street,
U.y 4, 1S63
A. r. botstos.
B0YNT0N it YOUNG,
or. Fourth and Pine Strceig.
Mulay end Circular Saw Mills,
HE A D BLOCKS. WA TER WHEELS.
EHAFT1SO. Pt'LI EK 6. BOLT,
and all kinds of Mill worfc.
STANLEY PARLOR STOVE?,
Heating Stoves, Sled Show, riewj,
and eastings ef all klaas.
Giffards' Injector, Etaaai Gauges. Bte Whittles,
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oi! Cejs. fissce reeks,
Air Cocks. Globe Valves, Ckesk VaNet,
Wrought Iroa Pipe. Steam Postps,
Beiler Feed-Pumps. Aati-frietiea
Kati.lt. reap Stone Paeklag,
lilts Paoking. Ae. e ,
December . lM-tf.
j. a. stilts.
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS,
WHOLKSALB AND RETAIL TIALIM
In all kiads ef
Dry Goods, Boots and ?hees, Has sed Car,
Notions, Groceries, Hardware, QasaBf
ware. Wood and Willowwsre. Fleer,
aeos, FUh.Salt etc., MarketSt.,
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets. Silks Cebergs, Alsssss,
Merinos. Wool Delaines. Lustres, fltej
hsros. Prints, Poplins. Lawns, fee
shades. Handkerchiefs Kid ssl
ether Gloves. Hosiery .Balmo
rals, Hoop-skirts, and a
general variety of ri
Buttons, Braids, etc .at the lereil pries".
They have Clack and Blue Cloths Blscs s.
Fancy Cassimeres.Sattinetts. Tweeds. Ml
tons, Weter-proof Cloth. Silk. Satia
and common Yestlegs. etc , la
great variety, and at priees
that! will give geaeral
satisfaction te buyers.
A general assortment of Reedy-msde Clt
ing, Hats and Caps, Boots see Sh.
Hardware and Queensware. a gsed
Stock, Wood and Willowwsre,
and a full stock of Groceries.
GRAHAM A SONS eel! all, article that
usually kept is a well Mgalte1
tore, and hence the people generally
will find it to tbeir advantage
bay goods of them.
Q rain and country preuasetai si
exsheBgefor Ge Is
lor saie oy nAtvtii r. liluLfclt t, CO.