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ff;c lafemaxCt goimxat, glcarftefb, Ijfa., gftap H, 1870,
or the farmer.
The OoltiyatioD of Barley.
We have received many letters askinjr in
formation about barley, and we conclude
tbat, attracted by" I he comparatively high
prices whicb have prevailcl for a few years
past, many who have hitherto p.id no at
tention to this crop are intending to raise it.
They had better do so on a small scale at
first. Our climate is not a favorable f.ir
barley as it is for oats and wheat. We can
not obtain a pood crop nnlcss the ground is
dry, clear and rich. It seldom does well on
'recently inverted sod. Its best place in
rotation is after, a highly manured and
thoroughly cultivated corn crop. The best
crops are obtained on a rather heavy cal-
"carous loam, protitlcJh has been thoroughly
pulverized during the preceding summer and
autumn. But as this is seldom the case,
"the soils that usually gives the best me
dium crops are those of a lighter and warm
character or sandy loams.
Barley should either be sown very early,
or very late say the moment the grnnnd is
fit to work in the spring, or not until the
heavy spring rains are over. We have had
'. the best pucceas in sowing very early, say
the first of April ; but good crops are fre
quently obtaiucd when sown as Jate as the
middle of May. Much depends upon the
season. If we have heavy rains soon after
the barley is sown, and then lfore the plants
'cover the ground, dry , weather sets in," the
surf ace of the soil becomes baked, and the
crop suffers. A crop sown immediately
after the spring rains, as soon as the laud is
in a condition to work, commences to grow
rapidly at once, and often does better than
a crop sown two weeks earlier but not as
well as a crop sown a month earlier. If the
Eoil is rich and has been plowed the fall pre
vious, sow as early as it will work without
When barley i going to sell, the six-rowed,
or what is called the oitr-70wed(though there
is no such thing as four-rowed barley), is
the most profitable because it brings from
ten to fifteen cents a bushel more than the
two-rowed. But when barley is grown to
feed out on the farm, the two -rowed is alto
gether the best, especially on strong, rich
land. It weighs more per bushel, and if
the soil is rich enough, it will yield more
per acre. It has another advantage, of
being later than the four-rowed, which ripens
at the same time as wheat, and we have
wheat and barley harvest on us at once.
With the two-rowed we can get through with
the wheat by the time the barley is ready.
We usually sow from 2 to 2J bushels per
acre. If the land is very rich and it is sown
early and drilled in, less seed is required.
Last year we had a better crop from It
bushel of seed per acre, than from 21 bush
els but the land was in better condition,
and sown a week earlier. The yield varies
more than that of almost any other crops,
depending somewhat on the season, but
much more on the condition and previous
culture of the soil. We have bad over fifty
bushels per acre, and in just as good season,
and on laud naturally as good, we have had
only twelve bushels. We again advise our
readers not to sow barley unless the land is
in good condition.
Let Horses have Tfieir Natural Gait.
It is bad policy to move a team out of its
nntnral gait, especially with a load. It is
far better to iut on a full load, and even a
little more, and give the horses their own
time for moving it to its destination, than
to make two loads of it and hurry them.
There is a certain degree of rapidity of action
peculiar to the' muscles of each class of ani
mals, and indeed to each individual animal,
and if they are pressed beyond this, fatigue
follows quickly, w)iile within this limit great
endurance is witnessed. To test this, let a
man attempt to move his arm as rapidly as
a bird does its wings, or his legs in walking
as rapidly as a littieboy, and see how greatly
he will become exhausted. Thia will con
vince him of the folly of attempting to make
his heavy draft horses move with the rapidi
ty of the pony or fast trotter. The law of
na'ure is that heavy bodies move slowly.
Education op the Agriculturist.
Daniel Webster said, ".No man is so high
as to be independent of the success of this
great interest ; no man is so low as not to be
affected .by its prosperity decline. The
cultivation of the earth is the most impor
tant labor of man. Man may be civilized,
in some degree, without geat progress in
manufactures, and with little commerce,
with his distant neighbors, but without cul
tivation ot the earth, he is, in all countries,
a savage. Until he gives up the chase and
fixes himself to some place and seeks a liv
ing from the earth, he is a roaming barbar
ian. When tillage begins, other arts follow.
The farmers, therefore are the founders of
A Fact for Farmers. It may not be
generally known that the seed of the sun
flower is the most infallible remedy yet dis
covered, for the speedy cure of founder in
horses. The directions which we glean
from a brief article upon that subject in the
Commonwealth, but credited to the Essex
Banner hzys "Immediately on discovering
that your horse is foundered, mix about
pint of the whole seed in his food, aud it
will perfect a cure."
To Protect Horses from Flies. Take
two or three small handfuls of walnut leaves
upon which pour two or three quarts of cold
water; let it infuse one night and then boil
tor a quarter of an hour. When cold it will
be fit for use. Before the horse goes out of
the stable, let those parts which are most
irritable be smeared over, vi: between and
upon the ears, the beck, the flanks, See. '
3. T. Hunter writes to the l'rairie Far.
mer that he believes slabbering or "slobber
ing" in horses is caused by a little black in
sect which is sometimes very plentiful in
clover heads. They are usually found, if at
all, in the heads while in bloom. We have
before heard this theory propounded, and it
certainly seems plausible.
m Sore Mouths. For sore mouths either
in human beings or animals, no application
. is equal to tannin, which should always be
k.ePt,ln.the nous for that purpose. A lit
tle of the powder sprinkled on the inflamed
or sore fpots will cure almost immediately.
WHO HAS A HOtPE TO PAINT? ,,
Known as "Railroad" Colors Guaranteed to be
more economical, more durable aed more conveni
ent than any Paint ever before offered. Abor
entitled ' Plain talk with Practical Painters, witn
ample, sent frejJj mail on application.
Glob WhiU Lead aud Color Worts,
Ap. 13-:sml 1 1 1 Fuiio lt.. v t0":0
Beware of Imitation.
FUBX1TDRE ! FURNITURE ! !
Having just fitted up a new and elegant Furni
ture Kooin. on Market street. East of the "Alle
gheny House," Clearfield. Pa., notifies the pnblic
that be keeps on hand all kinds of Chamber suits,
(walnut and common). Cane seat and Windsor
chairs, eta . which will be sold cheap for cash. A
shore of patronage, is respectful! solicited.
April 13 187(1.
rpiIE WONDERFUL LINIMENT.
This Liniment havine been usrd, for
some years pan as a family medicine by the pro
prietor, and its good effects coming to the notice
of bis neighbors, has. at their suggestion, con
sented to manufacture it for the benefit of the af
flicted everywhere. It is the beat remedy 'far
Catarrh and Billions Cholio. ever offered to the
public ; and will care many other diseases in the
human body. It is also a sure care for Pole evil
and Wind-galls in horses Directions for its use
accompany each bottle. Price. $1 per bottle, or
six bottles for $5. Sent lo any address by enclos
ing the price to WM. H WAGONER.
Oct. 6, 1SA9. Clearfield county, Pa.
MISS II. S. SWAN'S, School for Girh,
The next Term of twentv-twe weeks will com
mence on Monday, May 9, 1S70.
TKHMS OF TCITIOS.
Reading. Orthography, Writing, Object Les
son, Primary Arithmetic and Primary
Geography, per half term, (of 11 weeksl, Si OS
History, Local and Inscriptive Geography
with Map Drawing, Grammar, Mental
and Written Arithmetic, 6 SO
Algebra and the Sciences. 9 Ot
Instruction in Instrumental Music, IS 00
Oil Puinting, 12 00
Wax Work, 8
For full particulars send for Cjrcular.
Clearfield, August 2.S, 1869-ly.
II. T. Farnsworth,
Would inform Mill owners, and those desirous
of having Mills built, that he is preDared to baild
and lepair either Circular er Muley Saw Mills,
and Grist Mills after the latest improved rjntterns
He has also for sale an improved Water Wheel,
wmcn ne guarantees to give satisfaction in regari
to power aud speed. His motto is, to do work so
as to give perfect satisfaction. Those wishing fur
ther information will be promptly answered by
addressing bim at Clearfield. Clearfield county,
Pa. Write your name and address plain.
April 20. 1870-ly.
FAMILY KNITTING 3IACIIINE.
Every family In the country needs one.
It knits everything from a mitten to a blanket.
A child 12 years can learn to work it in an hour.
It is operated the sanie as a sowing machine by
hand or foot. It uses but one needle, and is the
perfection of beauty and usefulness. Circulars
with cuts and lull particulars free to everybody.
Agents wanted in every county. Apply quickly.
HINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE CO..
apl 3-3m 17S Broadway, N. Y., or Bzth, Mm.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
The extraordinary successor theirnow and im
proved manufacturing Machines for light or heavy
work, has induced tbo
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
to manufacture a new Family Machine oi the same
style and construction, with additional ornamen
tation, making it equal in beauty and finish with
other family inacbines,whereas in usefulness it far
OUTSTRIPS ALL COMPETITORS.
The price r.f this now acknowledged necessary
arrile cornea within reach of every cla?s. and
the Company is prepared to offer the most liberal
inducements to buyors, dealers and agents. Every
Machine warranted, -Apply for circulars and
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Ap !3-3m 1 No. 2-Jt IJoivmry, New Yuri.
The Fonrth Session of the present Scholastic
year of this Institution, will commence on Mod
day, the 23th day of April, 1870.
Pupils can enter at any time. They will be
charged with tuition from the time they enter te
the close of the session.
The coarse of instruction embraces everything
nclnded in a thorough, practical and accom
plished education of both sexes.
The Principal having had the advantage of
much experience in bis 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.
Tcrv s or Tcitiok:
Orthography, Reading, Writing and Primary
Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) $5 00
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, and II into
Algebrj.Oeometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration
Surveying, Philosophy, Physiology, Chemistry
Book-keeping, Botany, and Physical Geogra
Latin, Greek and Trench, with any ef the a
bove branches. $12 00
Musie. Piano, (.10 lessons,) S10.00
; UTS' deduction will be made for absonc
For further particulars Inquire of
Rbv. P. L. HARRISON, a. m
July 31.1867. Principal.
HE M OVA L . v
IIARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Market St., Clearfield, Ia.
We beg leave te inform our old and aw enst-
me.-s. that we have removed our establishment to
the new building just erected on Market street,
nearly adjoining the Mansion House an the we?t,
and opposite Graham Sons store. whn w r-
spectfully invite the public to come and buy their
V RUGS, CUE MIC A'IsS, PATENT MEDI
CINES, OILS. PAINTS if VARNISHES
Our stock of Drugs and Medicines consist ef every
luiug usea, soteciea wim me greatest care, ana
WARRANTED STRICTLY PUR El
We also keep a full stock of Dyes, Perfumeries
Toilet articles.Soaps. Tooth Brashes. Hair Brush
es, Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind ef
Brushes. We have a la- ge lot ef
White Lead, Turpentine,
flV? td-i-' P0t?' "d ' fMt "arytains; used
in the painting basinets, which we effer a City
prices to cash buyers.
TOBACCO AND SEGASS,
Confectionery. Spices, and the largest stock of va
rieties ever offered in this place, and warranted
to be of the best the market affords.
J. O. HARTPWICK.
Dee. 1, 1863. JOHS F. IRWIS.
HARRY F. BIGLER & CO.,
Have just received and offer for sale cheap.
Single and double, iron and wood,
SHOVEL PLOWS ;
Patent, iron and wood, expanding
Patent-screw, steel CULTIVATOR TEETH ;
Solid steel, single and double,
SHOVEL PLOW BLADES;
PITK AND VHITE LINING KKISS, AND
Clearfield, April 20. 1878.
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,
LADIES SILKCOATS AND OVERSKIRTS,
ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACE POINTS,
LADIIS' AND CHILDREN'S TRIMMED
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,
HE AW CALF BOOTS, $5.
MEN'S AND BOTS' 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
Clearfield, June 80, 1809.
B U YE-US
Vho eells tLe cheapest gooda in the
M 0 S S O P !
Who sells best calicoes at 12 J ctsa yard
Who sells best unbleached muslin at 17 eeiita
Who Bells Hall's Calf Boots at $5 00?
TThe sells Hall's best Coarse Boots at ti 59 ?
Who sells Hall's bestK.p Boots at 54,50?
Whe sells Hats lower than anybody else?
Who sells Sugar the cheapest ?
Who sells 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 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 th
lowest cash prices ? t
M o s s o r !
Everybody should buy their goods at
Clearfield, May 1 J. 1869.
(formerly M Gaughey's,)
Restaurant and Ice Cream Salooa,
IN LEAVY'8 NEW BUILDING,
Second St., Clearfield, Pa.
Constantly kept on hand a in selection ef
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Nuts, A.
Also Fresh Oysters, received daily, and
served up in any style, to suit the
taste of customers.
A full stock of goods just received from the East.
Billiard Saloon in Second Story.
April 27-70.1 D- R- FULLERTON.
Corner of Second St. and Bill Retd.
Mas jns: received and opened, at the abov ant
ed plaes, an entire new stock ef Spring
aad Summer Oeeds, which he will
sell very cheap for eask.
His ftesk consists of
Dry Ooods, Groceries. Hardware,
Queensware. Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Ready made Clothing, ete. ne also keeps
ehoioe Flour, Corn Ileal, Chop feed,
Dvcon,Fish and driod Fraits.
Persons desirous of purehasiog goods at fair
rates are respectfully requested te
give bias a call.
Approved country produce will he taken, at
the highest prices, in exchange tor goods.
Clearfield, June 17, 1S68.
0, YES! 0, YES!!
A GOOD FARM FOR SALE
Persons desirous of purchasing a farm, are di
rected to examine that valuable property in Law
reuce township, and situate at the mouth of
Clearfield ereek two miles tssTof the Borough
of Clearfield, and convenient to scbeols aud
The propertv contains ONE HUNDRED
AND TWENTY ACRES, part of which is im
proved and under a high state of cultivation
the w'jole being well fenced. Coal, iron ore, and
dther minerals are found on the same.
The buildings csnsitt of a good TWO-STORY
D WELLING HO USE, 2S,by 48 feet a GOOD
J1Alll, and other convenient outoui IdioRJ And
there is growing on the premises a yeuDg bearing
orchard of choice fruit trees.
This property is very pleasantly situated, and
being at the confluence of the ereek and the river,
it is a very desirable and inviting residence for a
private family. Its position on the ereek and
river also render it a good situation for a beard
ing bouse duriDg the rafting season.
The west and north sides of this property being
bounded by the creek and river, makes it one of
the befct rafting grounds in this section, and as
such yielos a handsome reveaue yearly.
The owner, Mr. M. A. Frank, having perma
nently settled in the west, is the reasuo for dis
posing of this valuable propertv- For terms, ate.,
apply to t. J. how.
Ootober , 1869. Clearfield, Pa.
ALL KINDS OF
A T THE
Moshaanon Laud and Lumber Co.,
tTTANTED 10,000 pounds of WOOL, at th
If "tviTiirom BTOB,"viaarneiu,i-a. jei
TTERT FIKK blankets will be sold cheap
Y ty j. suayv con.
NOW! NOW!! NOW!!!
The adersigned respectfully informs the eiti-
zens of Clearfield and vicinity, that he has re
moved his BAKERY to the building on the corner
of Market and Third Streets, formerly occupied
by John Hilburn, where be keeps on band all
whioh will be sold at very reasonable rates
BREAD ONLY It VENTS A LOAF.
Feb. 23,1870-3m. JOHN A. STADLKR.
" Raftsmen are Informed that the best and cheap
est bread can at all times be bad at
e. f. ieor
QLEARFIELD PLA-NInTt MILL
Meatus. HOOP, WEAVER A CO., Proprietors,
would respectfully inform the citisens of the
county that they have completely refitted and
supplied their PLANING MILL, ia this Borough,
th the best and latest improved
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
and are bow prepared to execute all orders in
their line of business, such as
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brackets, and
Jloidings, of all kinds.
They have a Urge stock of dry Umber en hand,
and will pay cash for elear stuff, one-and-a-half
inch pannel plank preferred (Nev .'fl7.
EW SPRING STOCK!
J. SHAW & SON.
Have just returned from the east and are aew
opening an entire new stock of goods in the reem
formerly occupied by Win. F. Irwia, en Market
Street, whieh they now offer te the publio at the
lowest eash priees.
Their stock consists of a general assortment of
Dry Goods, Grocerios, Qneeasware, Hardware,
Boots, Ebees. Hats, Caps. Bonnets, Dress Goods,
Fruits, Candles. Fish, Salt, Brooms, Nails, ete.,
in fact, everything usually kept ia a retail store
eaa be had by calling at this stere, or will be
procured to order.
Their stock is well selected, and consists ef (be
newest goods, is of the best quality, ef the latest
styles, and will be sold at lowest priees for cash,
or exchanged for approved country produce.
Be sure and eall and examine ear stock before
making your purchases, as we are determined
-lease all whe may faver us with their eastern.
MayS, 1R67. J. SHAW A SON.
JOHJI G I! ELICIT,
Desires to inform his old friends and customers
that, having enlarged his (hop and inereated his
facilities for manufacturing, he is new prepared
to make to order such turniture as may be desir
ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cash. He
mostly has on hand at his - Fnimture Roeme.
a varied assortment of furniture, among which i
Bl'KEAl'S AMD SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Book -cases; Centre. Sofa. Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen-
ny-Liind ana otner Jieasteads.
BOFA3 OF ALL KINDS, WORK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, lo.
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs;
And common and other Chairs.
LOOKING- G,L A S S S
Of every description on band, and new g!as fcr
old trames, which will be put in on very
reasonable terms, onthort notice. -
II alio keeps on bacd. or furnishes to order, Hair,
corn-nusk, Hair and Uotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS, OF EVERY KIND, -Made
to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, House painting don to order.
The abov. and many other articles are furnished
to customers cheap for cars or exchanged for ap.
L roved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar,
in-wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on Msrset street, Clear
field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Btore."
December 4. 1861 JOH ' GI'FI.J f H
P. T. L
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A Pur, Pleasant, Safe and Reliable Tonic, com
pounded from fresh and choice herbs and pos
itively pure spirits, free from fusil oil, or
other irritating properties, and will
; aot disagree or offend the most
' delicate stomach. Warrant
ed to oontain more med
icinal virtue than any
bitters at present offered to the publie.
IT NEEDS BUT A TRIAL.
To rncreas the Appetite to promote Digestioa
to cure Oyspepsia to cure Fet er and Ague to
cure Billnnsness to cure Constipation to cure
Chronic Diarrhea to cure Flatulence to cure
Acid Eructations to cur Nervous Debility to
enr Hypochondria to euro Sallowness of the
Complexion to cure Pimples and Blotches to
cure General Debility and Prostration of th
f oysical lowers,
IT HAS XO EQUAL
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
SOLD EVERYWHERE, AT SI PER BOTTLE.
A liiitraJ discount to th trade.
MAKCrACTUBED BXCLCglTBLT BT
S II A W,
Dealer in Drugs. Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
stuns, tins, r-aints, varmsnes. so., ratent
Medicines, Pur Wines and Liquors for
medical purposes. Fancy and Toilet
Articles, and all goods usually
kept in a Drug Store, sold
Feb. 23,1 cheap. 1870.
BANNED FRUIT. Canned Plums, Peaches
j and canned ears, ete , for sale at th Drug
Store of a. x. oil A w
Match I", 1869.
RANKING !l COLLECTION OFFICE
McGirk a perks,
Successors to Foster. Perks, Wright A Co.,
PHiLirsscBo, Cbbtkb Co., Pa.
Where all the business of a Banting House
will be transacted promptly and upon the most
favorable terms. March 20. -tf.
EMOVA L-G UN SnOP
- The undersigned begs leave te inform bis eld
and new customers,and the public generally,
that he has fitted up a oew UCN 8 HOI, on the
lot on the corner of Fourth and Market streets.
Clearfield. Pa., where he keeps constantly ea
hand,' and makes to order, all kinds ot Guns.
Also, guns re bored and revaraiabed, and repaired
neatly on short notice. Orders by mail will re
ceive prompt attention.
June 9, 1869. JOHN MOOR B
MALL PROFITS and'QUICK SALES.
HARTS WICK A IRWIH
are eonstantly replenishing their stock of Drugs,
Medicines. Ac. School books and Stationery, .
insluding the Osgood and National series
ef readers. Also Tobacco and Ci
gars, of the best quality, and at
the lowest prices. Call and see.
Clearfield, Nov 10, 1869
rjiIIE LEONARD HOUSE,
(Near the Railroad Depot),
Reed Street, Clearfield, Pa.
G. D. GOODFELLOW :
A new first olass Hotel in every respect com
fortable rooms all the modern improvements
the best of Liquors promptattendanoe. and re a
eonabla'ehargea. The patronag of the publie is
respectfully solicited. jy-Zl-tf.
AND SHOE SHOP.
Market Street, nearly opposite tb resideaee ef
11. 11 bwoope. r.sq.,
Would respectfully announce to th citisens el
Clearfield acd vicinity, that he has opened a
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP, in the building lately
occupied by J. L. Cuttle.as alaw office. and that he
is determined not to be outdone either in quality
of work or prices. Special attention given to the
manufacture ot sewed work, trench Kip and
Calf Skins, of the best quality, always on band.
Give him a eall. June 24. '6.
N A U G L E ,
GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFIELD.
The undersigned respectfull informs his old
customers and th publie. that he has on hand,
(and constantly receiving new additions,) large
stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
CLOCKS, a large variety from the best Man
ufaetory, consisting of Eight-day and thirty-hour
spring and n eight, and Levers, iiine, strike and
WATCHES a fine assortment, o silver Hunt
ing and open case American patent Levers, plain
and full jeweled.
GOLD PENS, an elegant assrtmtt. of toe
nest quality. Also, m silver eztensiea and desk
SPECTACLES, large assortment, far and
near sight, colored and plain glass.
JEWELRY ot every variety, from a single
piece to a rail set.
AIsSU. fin assortment ofr-pewns. Forks, tat
ter knives, etc, plated on genuine Alaaata.
ALSO. Hair Jewelry. with pure gold mounting
got up to order. Call and see sample book.
All kind of Clocks. Watohea and Jewelry care
fully repaired and Warranted.
A eontinuanee ot patronage fs solicited.
Nov. 28th, 185. H. F. MAUGLK.
MUST BE SOLD!
CLOSING OUT AT COST
The undersigned, intending te retire from the
snercanti'e business is now elosing eut hiss
tire steek of goods at and below st,
MEN'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHS, BATTINKTTS, KENTUCKY JIANS
DEMJJS, LADIES' CLOAKIHQ, COATS,
A fall line of Demettic Goods,
&c, 4c, 4c. .
LADIES' 4 CHILDREN'S SHOES
GUM & ARCTIC OVERSHOES,
FIATS AND CAPS,
Table and Floor Oil Cloths, Carpets all widths,
Window Shades aad Wall Paper,
A great variety ofJHosiery, Notions and Tri
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' uai
Children's Wool Hoods, Nubias, Shawls, A.
Persons in want of anything ia th abov line
of Goods are invited to give m a call, and btain
goods at wholesale prices.
D. Q. NIVLING.
Grain and eoantry predae taken in exchange
for Goods.- rsor. i8 189
-tHILDRENSfuri twenty-fiv par cent leas than
Vcostat J. SHAW SON.
A CON, Hams. Sides and Shoulders at reduced
prices, at MOSSOP'S
OTJFENSWARE Tea sets, best stone ware, 4(
Dieses, at SH 5n t MOSSOP'S.
R E M OY AL !
C. KRATZER & SONS
removed te the large and e!.gast w
iwuas, on Second Street, adjoiaiag Mm
iiglar's Hardware Store, where tv-
laaed te see their old aad new easua,,,
Citisens of the county visitlnr CL.rS.u
wishing to make 'purchases, will an4 it u
advantage to examine their stock.
at cash priees exchange for all ki.d,
Produce. j .
LOOK AT THIS !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; 8keet 11..-.
fnr Pi... . t ... .. Slie
- - - --i mn ua i lejia ;
Blank Account and Pass Beeks.ef everrs
UV Pin till Panax mm.A W I '
pressed and plain; Peases. Pencils;'
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment. ExBPH(l tl4
Blank Legal Paper; White aad Par.k,,.t
Brief; Legal eap; Kecerd tap sis
Bill cap, etc.,
Will he sold at Wholesale er Retail ey
P. A. G A U LIN,
At the Post office, en Market Strset,
My i, ises
a. r. aevareB. ;
a. s. Tecs..
B0YNT0X fc YOfc'JVG,
Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets,
Mu1y and Circular Saw Milli,
HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS,
SHAFTING. PULLEYS, BOLT!,
and all kinds cf Mill Kort.
STANLEY PARLOR STOVES,
Heating Stovs, Sled Sho, Tlowi,
Bed as!ingi ef all kines.
GiffardV Injector, Stcaai gauges, Eiessa Wkitllcs,
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cops, Gseg tii,
Air Coeks. Globe Valves. Cheek Tslrx,
Wrought Iroa Pipe, Steam Pesces,
Boiler Feed-Pumps, Aati-fristiea
Metals. Besp Stene Psekiag,
Gam Packing, as As.,
December 1. ltd-tf.
J. B. BiBA.
B W. SAHAM.
a. A. eisi.
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PIALIM
ia all kinds f
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hals d Cs,
Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Qaeeas
ware. Wood and Willowware, Fleer,
Bacoa, Fish.Salt etc,, Markets.,
FOR T1TE LADIES
They bave Bonnets. Silks Cebnrgs. Alpeeai,
Merinos. Wool Delaines. Laitres, 6isg
baml, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Its
hadea. Handkerchiefs Kid ead
ether GIoves,Hesiory .Balmo
rals, Hoop-skirts, aad a
general variety ef rib
; , Battens, Braids, etc., at the lowest fti.
They bave Blaok and Blue Cloths. Blast ti
Fancy Cassimeres,5attinetts, Tweeii, MsV
tons, Water-proof Cloth, Silk. Ss-lia
and oinmon Ysstings, ete., la
great variety, and at pries
that; will give geaeral
satisfaction te buyers.
A general assortment of Ready-mass Cl
ing. Bat and Caps, Boots and &
Hard war and Queensware, a g
Stock, Weod and Willowware,
and a full stock of G roeeries.
GRAHAM A SONS sell all articles that art
usually kept in a well-regulated eoaslry
i tor, and bane th people generally
will find it to their advantage te
buy goods of them.
Grain aad eeuntry predetaa