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ot the farmer. Notice Yocr Fowls. A somewhat no ted English writer says : "The more notice there is taken of fowls, we believe, the Let ter they will bo. In a natnrnl state they woulJ. no tluubt, lay a batch or two of ctrs in a season, hatch them, ami con-Mer the end of egg production fulfilled. In a do mesticated state, we wish them to rear the advisable number of brood., "id.iti addition, to continoe to lay euss a many months m the year as is commensurate with their well doing; therefore, the further we remove oar fowls from ibe wild state to perfect domestication that is, the tamer wc can make tbem, the letter for ourselves and their happiness. Noti,thcrefore,theyoung broods and the old fowl, and let the child ren notice them too (not handle them, for chickens should never be caught unnecessa rily), and your fowls will repay good feeding by doing good service. " Cutting Corn. Farmers have began cutting corn iu Berks county. The old mode of "topping" it has been generally abandoned for the reason that by cutting the fodder is all saved, and the fields arc at once cleared and ready for a new crop. If corn is cut and stacked in good season, the cattle will eat all but the but of the sulk ; and the labor of cutting as well as hulking is lessen ed. Tie season for cutting is when the kernels, two-third the distance up the ear, are well seared or hardened, and the top of each ear well advanced into the dough. If it is allowed to stand later than this, the stalks die, and are thus very much injured for fodder, if not entirely worthless, and l.e corn loses something of the sweetness that belongs to it if left to harden (in tho rain) after the stalk b severed from the root. limduig Journal. Labor. There is much truih in tho statemect that none so little enjoy life, and are such burden to themsclvcs,as those who have nothing to do. The active only have the true relish of life. lie who kuows not what it is to labor, knows not what it is to enjoy. Recreation is only enjoyable as it unbends us. The idle know nothing of it. It is exertion that renders rest delightful, and sleep sweet and undisturbed. That the happiness of life depends on the regular prosecution of some laudable purpose, or lawful calling, which engages, helps and en livens all of our powers, let those bear wit ness who, after spending years in active use fulness, retire to njoy themselves; they can find leisure a burden rather than a pleasure. A citizen of Fair Haven, Connecticut, after an experience of some years, has con cluded that it pays a profit of about 100 per cent- to raise chickens. He keeps a book and writes down a daily account of the eggs, and commencing in July, 1S6S, to August, 1369, he obtained from a start of fifty hens 5,752 eggs, the yield being divided among the months as follows: July 521, August 506, September C20, October 128, Novem ber 239, December 359, Jauuary 313, Feb ruary 502, March 665, April 963, May 601, J une 525. The yield this year is rather better than that of last year during the same period, and he has now 33 hens which lay from 12 to 13 egg? daily. Dryiso Fruit. A correspondent of the Rural World finds an ordinary hot bed a capital place for drying fruit. A floor is laid inside on which to place the fruit. Then put on the sash, raising both ends about two inches, to admit a free circulation of air, or the fruit will bake as in an oven. Here the fruit wilt not be wet in a shower.nor troubled by insects, which will be kept away by the covering and the intense heat. Parboiled green corn has been sufficiently dried in one day this way. An individual of much practical experi ence says that green elder, deposited in and about mows of hay or grain, will prove an effectual preventive against the depredations of rata and mice. These animals are fre quently very destructive in their ravages, and if a remedy so simple and easy of at tainment be efficacious, it deserves to be known and remembered by all. We have long known that the stalk.s of the common mullen will drive rats from their haunts. Arte ivzia utiAi'i. iue eulior oi lte Gcnnantown Telegrayh says he has a vine of this much lauded grape, planted six years ago, which thouglr it contained a bunch or two last year, has an abundant crop at the present time of green fruit that will never come to maturity. Out friend says that the Iona may do in certain latitudes, but in this it is comparatively worthless. It is stated that if kerosene lamp wicks are soaked in strong vinegar for twenty-fuur hour, and thoroughly' dried before used, all smoke will be avoided, the wick will last twice as long, and an increased brilliancy will be obtained. If poultry is infested with lice, damp the ekin under the leathers with water,' then sprinkle a little sulphur ou the skin. Let the bird be covered with insects or para sites, they will disappear in the course of '?'ve Lci:3. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, Or ALL KI3IS. ALSO, Baggage Borrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying Presses, Improved Money Drawers, Ac, FOB 1ALE T MERRELL k BIGLER, Dealers in Hardware, June 30.) Cleaefield, Pa. 1369. 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 SILK COATS AND O VERSKIRTS, ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACE POINTS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS, 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, HEAV1' CALF BOOTS, $5, MEN'S AND COYS' FINE AND HEAVY SHOES, BEST STONE TEA SETTS, $6, CASSIMEEES VERY CHEAP, GROCERIES, FLOUR AND PROVISIONS AT LOWEST RATES, LIBERAL REDUCTION TO THOSE BUY ING IN QUANTITY, WOOL, MARKETING AND COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED. Clearfield, June 30, 18J9. ATTENTION, EIIYE R S READ! READ!! Who sells the cheapest goods in the county ? MOSSOP ! Who sella best calicoes a 1 12 J cts a yard ? MOSSOP! Who sells best nnbleached muslin at 17 cents' MOSSOP! Who sella Hall's Calf Boots at S5 00? MOSSOP! Who sells Hall's best Coarse Boots at H 50? MOSSOT! Who sells Hall's bestKJp Boots at 4,50? MOSSOP! Who sella Hats lower than anybody else? M O S S O P! Who sells Sugar the cheapest? MOSSOP! Who sells Symp the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Flour the cheapest ? MOSSOP? Who sells Chop and Feed the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Hardware the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Queensware the cheapest ? MOSSOP? . Who sells Tin-ware the cheapest ? MOSS OP! Who sells Clothing the cheapest ? . MO S S OP! Who sells Plaster the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who sells Salt the cheapest ? MOSSOP! Who first brought goods down to the lowest cash prices ? M O SS OP! Everybody should buy their goods at M O S SOP'S! Clearfield, May H. ISflo. J "ID. PERKS A CV. flour, the best in market, for Ie by J. BllAWimv DESSICATEDCOCOANi;TS,forpies.puddia.-s. eto , for aale at iKAHAM'S. "LIABLE CHAINS a good article, on band mid J fa? ?-'- - ;:--. fefc U A iiu LtU. WINE & LIQUOR STORE. L L. REIZENSTEIN & CO., DIALERS IS WINES AND LIQ VORS, MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA. A good assortment for medical purposes always on hand. January 27. lS69-fim. MENS', TOUT II S' AND BOYS', CLOTHING.. The undersigned having recently added READY-MADE CLOTHIXO to his former business, would respectfully solicit an examination ol his stock. Being practical Tailor be flatters himself that he is able to offer a better c!aB 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 atore, and making tbeir selections. Also, a full supply of Gents furnishing goods always on hand. Feeling thankful for pist favors, he would re spectfully solicit a continuance of the tame. April 23, 1869. II. ERIDE. E. B. FATT03, : e. A lBvix, : : : jso PATxoa. : : i.a.. lRwix. E. B. PATT0N & CO., Having fitted op a Brft class P L A XING .MILL, are prepared to furnish to order all kinds of Man ufactnred Lumber, such as FL O Oil ING, SIDING, Surface-dressed Lumber, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, and every description of Plain and Fancy Mou'd- ings, Daalors will find it to their advantage to consult our prices before purchasing elsewhere. Address, E. B. Patton & Co., Cunccnsville, Dec. 2,G8. Clearfield Co., Pa. it BEST GOODS" AT "LOWEST PRICES." J. A. Blattcnberger & Co., NOW OFFER AT THEIR- MAilMOTII STORE, IN OSCEOLA, A large and well selected stock of fret h SPUING AND SUMMER Q00DS, purchased at lowest market rates, and to be sold at a flight advance on edit, consisting ol DRY GOODS, G It OCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, WOOD k WILLOWWARE, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, "LOOTS AND SHOES, FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, " : ' FLOUR, FEED, And everything appertaining to well regulati C households, as well also to MILLS, MINES AND CAMPS. Orders received and promptly filled. Highest market price paidfor Country Produce. Salesmen are polite, attentive and vtligi.iQ CALL, SEE, EXAMINE, . and be convinced, v A . Blattev.berfjer d Co. CCRWEXSVILLS ADVERTISEMENTS, AMERICAN nOUSE, JV CurweDville, Pa. Having taken charge of liiis well-known Hotel, the undersigned would respectfully solicit a share of the pnblie patronage. Travelers will find the accommodations equal to those uf any other Uoa-e in this section. Charges moderate. Dee. 2. ISfiS-tf. JOHN J "REED. Prop'r CUSQUEHA N N A II O U S E. Curwensville, I'a. EXPRESS AXD STAGE OFFICE. This well-known Hotel, having been re-fitted aad re-furnished throughout, is now open for the accommodation of travelers, and the public in general. Charges moderate. WM. M. JEFFRIES. August 14, 19e7-tf. Proprietor. p LEARFIELD N UBSER Y.-Excoua- ACE IIomr IxiUST;tY. The undersign ed having established a Nursery, on the Pike, halfway between Ccrwensvilie and Clearfield Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Frui trees, (Standard and dwarf,) Evergreen-. Shrub bery, Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Law ton Black berry, Strawberry and haspherry vines. Also SibrianCrabtreea. Quince and early ScarletRheu! barb, Ac. Orders promptly attended to. Addres Aug 31.13M J.D.WRiq HT, Cnrwensville Q J. HAYES, Scrgeo.n Dentist, Office on Main Street, Curwensville, Penn'a., Will make professional visits for the conveni ence of of the publie commencing in April. 1S05, as follows, vii : Luthersburg first Friday of every month ; Ansonville, first Monday of every month ; Lumber City, first Thursday of every month; spending twodays in either place. All ordes for work should be presented on the day of his arri val in each place. Teeth extracted by the application of local anasthesin, comparatively without pain. All kinds of dental work guaranteed. N. B. The publio will please notice, that lr. H , when not engaged in tho above visits, may be found in his office in Curwensville. ap.l.'t!9-ly L W AYS N E W, WITHOUT FAIL. J O II N I 11 VI N, lias just received and opened at the old stand in Curwensville, an -'iitira new stock of Fall and Winter Goods, which he will sell very cheap for vasb. ins stocs consists oi Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Haw, Cr.ps, Heady made Clothing, etc. The public generally is respecfully invited to give him a call ; see his stock and hear Lit prices, and purchase from him if you find it will be to your advantage. Ptov. 15, ISSfl POR SALE three building lots, 24 by S5 -- feet, near the railroad depot. Will be sou sepniate, or in a bo'ly. tor further mfornia- ii-jn appiy to ii. r. n. I l'ck, uiesrueia. i'a 000 POUNDS WOOL WANTED ' mi- ouu,-iiiun, viliiu Will taken oa book account or in exchange for goods. jjatrci j.ncos j-nia lor vtcoi. Bower 3J;ty 26. DAVID BELL. f. a commT MEUCllAST TAILOR, M AUKKT STBEBT, CLIAHFIELO, PA., Adjoining the residence of Dr. J. G. llartswick.j Keeps a fine assortment of plain and fancy cloths, eassimerea. etc.. which he will make up to order, in the latest styles, at tie lowest prices Being an experienced workman, le guarantees entire tatisiaotion. A share of public patronage Buuciiu'j. Jan. zu, oa-it. FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUR INTER ISTS. The undersiirned havintr ob tained the right to sell T J. Booth's Improved Mump Extractor, after a trial of three days on the farm of Josiah W. Thompson.in Lawrence tp, we find it par excellent in evorv respect, irivinir perfect satisfaction to all present, nothing as yet gotten out of repair. We extracted every troe and stump as we passed, large and small. We uow uuer it 10 ine cinsens ol Lawrence. riRc. Penn. Bradford and Uosben townships. We will sell the right to build a single machine for 00 or any person wishing a machine this summer wo win ddiver the same on tho farm of the pur chaser, and give it a trial fur his satiff.icii.m. for 00. with terms liberal. W. P.TATE Address Tate A Brown, A. II. E!'.OWX Clearfield P.O., je 16-2m Clearfield county, Pa. A TTENTI ON! PRESERVE THE I'HUITTKKKH. Curculio, wood-borer, and all other itifccts fo destructive to fruit trees, successfully prevented trom committing their rav.izos on orchards. The tender vit-and ornamental treo alike preserved in root, yoaj. or:incn, ana pua. tmm Ibo attack of any kind of vermin or insect. bvFwhr' tc and usoful process for preventing the borer or ii nijunuij naiL irvea. saaoe ano ornamental treet, shrubs and viaes," Patented September 12th, . This remarkable invention has been teste J in the most htorongb tnmner, and hus ia evcrv in stance given the most conclusive proofs of its u,eri!s In no case has it iaiied to prove itself a penev.i anu complete protection against the va rious kinds of insects that for ni nasi k, been preying upon all kinds of'fruit and fruit trees, testimonials tarnished it desired. Individual and towDship rightsean be had upon application to D. DRESSLEtl, Esq.. at Roccion, Clearfield county, Pa., who ir agent for Clearfield county. June 23, !Sflo.3 m p SJEW SPRING GOODS JUST RECEIVED AT KIKK & SPENCEES, Lumber City, Pa., The ondcrsigaed would respectfully inform their customers, and the nnblie in nntml iv... they have Just received their Spring stock of ronsi?cing ot lry Gooas. Groceries, Bo&tg. ouues, iiais, v aps, i ish, lt, r lour, Bacon. Kails, Paints, Oils. .Stoneware, Hardware. Queenswarej Baskets. Tubs. Churns. Carpet. Oil cloth, and a general variety of such articles aa are usually krpt in a country store, all of which tbey will sell cheap run cash. They weuld also direct attention to their large stock of Ready-made Clothing, which they offer iur Eie ai a small advance upon cost. .- , , KIUK i SPENCER. Lumber City. Pa., May S, 1S67. B. We also maiinficturs to nrAnr nnf nr.. stantly keep on hand, a general assortment of uooi uu cnocs, tor men. women and children. KIKK it SPEKCER. THIMBI.E-STIEIXS nnd Pipe-boxer t r Wag ons, for sale by MEltKELL A BIGLEK o IL. Putty, Paints Glass and Nails, for sale at MEliKELL BIGLER'S s TOVES of all sorts and siics. constantly on hand at MEUliELL A BIGLKR'S IRON i IKOJi !! Best bar iron, for sale at the store of . MERRELL A BIG LEK. G I'Nft. Pistols a?wt Btvnr.-f canes to lii hi.) t.i June:'fl;; MERBELL A BIGLER f. c L0 ER, Timothy and Orohard-grass seeds at C. KRATZER 4 SONS. G. HOUND AND UXUROCXD SPICES. Citrn English Currants Tssenee Coffee, a n.I V;.,. gar ct the best qnalitv. for sale bv Jaa l- ilARTSWTCK AIRWIS. WOOL WASTE li IrtA A0A rounds wool irsnt. f ed. for which the highest market price will be paid, by j. p. KRATZER. ASTED 10,000 pounds of "WOOL, at tbe Exrsrona Stobk. "Clearfield, Pa. je10 TV TI1ITE WINE VIXEGAK a superior arti cle tor pickling. for sale by J. P. KRATZER. M APLE EUGAR juft received at J. P. KRATZER'S. Market Street VTTALL PAPER r,ew and beautiful designs. f Suitable for mrln k.t! inH dining .n. sold cheap at ' J. p. KRAIZ.ER S. ' HALL'S FINE CALF-SKIS BOOTS, at 5 00, ilay at MOisSOP'S. DRIED FRriT, at reduced prices, at 12,t,S. JuOaSOP'S. OT ESNSWARE Tea sots.beft stoce-ware.'lS w ; 'W( ti.; iOai MOSSOP:S. . . . . CtW AIM S PASACKA. Kewcedy's MediealJJis (C covery. Ilembold's Encbu. Bske Cod Ltvtr M'GAUGHEFS Restaurant and Refreshment Saloon, IS LEAVT'S SEW BUILDISli. (foruiorly occupied by Rote.) Second St., Clearfield, Pa. "Constantly kept on hand a fine selection of Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, NuU, Ac. Also Fresh Oysters, received daily, and served up in any style, to suit the taste of customers. jKify" Billiard Saloon in Second Story. Dee. 9, 1SS3 DAVID M GACGHET. REMOVAL! - ' REMOVAL! C. KRATZER k SONS, Have removed to the large and. elegant SEW STORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mer roll A Bigler'i Hardware Store, where they will be pleased to sea their old and new customers. Citizens of the county visiting Clearfield, and wishing to make 'purchases. wi!l find it to their advantage to examine their stock. Goods at cash prices exchanged for all kinds of country produce. Jan. 6,'C9. Mcknight k jannot, "Wagon anil Sleigli Makei,s, (Immediately in rear of Planing Mill.) CLEARFIELD, PA. The subscribers would respectfully inform tbe citzensof Clearfield, and the public in general, that they are prepared to do all kinds cf work on WAGONS, CARRIAGES, SLEIGIIS,&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 McKMUHT. Scv. 18, 1SRR. CHARLES J ASSOT. E ll. L. ST0UGKT0N, MERCHANT TAILOR, HARKET STKEET, CLBABFIKLO, PA., Would respectfully inform the citizens of Clear field and vicinity, that he has opened a new tail oring cstu'oli.-hment in Shaw's Row, one door e u?t of the Post OfSc, and bas just returned Crom the eastern cities with a large and elegant stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Nestings, Beavers, kc, and all kinds of roods for men and boys' wear, and is prepr.iwl to make up to order CLoTHISG, from a single article to a full suit, in tho latest styles and most workmanlike manner. Spocial atten tion given to custom work, and cutting out for men and boys. He offers great bargaicsto custo mers, and warrantscntire satisfaction. A libeial share of public patronage fs solicited. Call and examine the goods. 01J-,!7: E R- L STOI'OIITOX. STORE. Corner of Second St. and Ilill Road. R. MITCHELL iias just received aad opened, at the abovnam ed place, an entire new stock of Spring and Summer Goods, which he will sell very cheap for cash. His stock consists of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware. Queonsware. Boots and Shoes. Ilats and Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc. He aUo keep choice Flour, Com Meal, Chop feed, Baeon,Fish and dried Fruits. Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair ryitos are rerjectfnlly requested t give him a call. Approved oountry produce will be taken, at the highest prices, in exchange tor goods. Clearfield, June 17, 1SC3. LOOK AT TfflS ! BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Mjsio for Piano, Flute and Violin ; Blank Aeconnt and Pass Books, of every de serlprion: Paper and Envefopes. French pressed and plain; Ponsand Pencils; Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment, Exemption and Provisory Sotes ; Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment Brief; Legal cup; Record cap and Bill cap, etc., Will he sold at Wholesalo or Retail by P. A. GAUL IN, At tho Post offior. on Market Street, " C!cnrfi!i, Pa. May 6, 1S68 Marble and Stone Yard. T.LIDDELL & CO., Desire to inform their friends, and tbe public, that they havo now and will seep constantly on hand a large and well selected stoes of ITALIAN AXD 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 CArS, ' ARCHITECTURAL AND LAWN ORNAMENTS, 4c. 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 Oaps at a slight advance on the price of Sandstone. Yard on Reed street, near tt- i'trot, Clearfield Penc'a. June S. l.i',ii - c ASKED KRL'IT. Canned Plums. Peaches and canned corn, eUi . for sale at the Drug PITTSBURG ADVERTISEMENTS FAIRBANKS STANDARD SCALES, OP ALL KlfPM, A'.SV Eaggxge Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying Presses, Improved Money Drawers, 4e. FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., 102 Second Avenue, near Wood St., PITTSBURGH, PA. Apr.7 6m Scalu Promptly Rrpairni. JAST. BRADY & CO., (Sire..or to S. Jotwn Sr Co. CORNER FOfjRTH ASD WOOD S1REET3, PITTSBURGH, PA., BANKEiRS, BrT AKO SELL ALL KI50S Or GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, Gold, Silver and Coupons. imx per cent, interest allowed on deposits sub jeet to cheek. . Money loaned on Government Bonds. Bonds registered free of charge. May 19.'9-ly. JAMES T. BRADY 4- CO. ED. F0ERSTER, DEALER It irfc7 Paper, Window Shades, Floor and Table Oil Cloths to A very ex tcnfivcassortioentof all qualities of above goods will be kept constantly on hand and sold as low as the lowest WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT So. 1-1 Smithfield Street, near 6th Avenue Pittsburg l a. A SPI.F.NDID STOCK OF TOYS AXD FaXCY GOODS Will be found in another department of the same House. March 17, 'fi9-.1m. LINDSAY, S TERR ITT & EinyEir NEW WHOLESALE HARDWARE HOUSE. 311 LIBER TY S T.IIEA D of SMITHFIELD, PITTSBURGH PA. dr. t. i BorKn. : : A.I. SHAW. BOY E R & SHAW, (LATE A. t. SHAW.) NEW AND FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE! MARKET STREET, (Aljoitunz Store of II. Montop,) CLEARFIELD, FA.. Having purchased the above Store Boom, and re tied it entirely, making it in all respeets 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, Ae., Ae. Patent MciVrines, Dye Stuffs. Tobacco, Cigars, Confectionerier, Stationery. Ao. Pnsteians . Will find our stock of Drugs full and complete, and at a very slight advance on Eastern prices. cltool Pools. Teachers and others will b furnished with class ical and miscellaneous bc?ks by express, at short notice. . Stationery, Consisting of Cap, Flat Cap,Foolscap,Letterand Perfumed Note Paper, also, a very neat stock of Mourning Note Paper and Envelopes on hand. Pens, Pencils, Ink, 4o. ". Housekeepers Will find a full stock of Puro Spices, Soda Soda Ah, Concentrated Lye Soap, Ac. Ladies and Gentlemen Are requested to examine our stock of Perfume ry, Hair Oils, Fine Toilet Soaps. Brushes, Combs. Toilet Setts, e. Smolcrs.and fJIiewcrs , Will finj a full supply, of prime Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. Imported and Domestic Cigars, Snuff, Eine-cut, At. ; Carhoa Oil, Of the best brands, always on hard. ' Liquors. The best qaafity of Liquors always on hand.for midical purposes. Physiciansprescriptionspromptlrand carefully compounded. . ' - . T. J. BOYER, May 19,1 S89. A. I. SUAW. CHILDKENS furs twemy-fi re per cent less than ett J.SHAW sni 500,000 Mvg&iM T SHAU' SON sow offer there whole stock of . . woolens for less than first cost in Phila. THE highest market priees paid for Fhinglee b7 3. 8HAW A SON. "VTEEYPO'E -Waukct., will be sold cheap I v . . J HAW .1 KS'. J O A L A ND LI M K. The undersigned having ptrrfi.-c-e4 irra- snow prepared to fill or iers t r ei-Ler Z'V1"' r wood-burnt lime, and Artbf,iti'tCM it ths Railroad denot fa I'm one coal-bbkkt nun liELI ErOSTS COAL W EST . " wowd Binxx 24, 18. K! B TAYUJtt -TEY BOOT AXD jfilOE silijp K I W A V. T M i r t - Market Street, nearly opposfte the rs.-id , U. B Sweope. Esq., Would resDectfullv imnii... .i. .... Clearfield aud vicinity, that be ba. BOOT ASM SHOK SIloP ... p'' occupied by J L. Cuttle.is aUwoffice and thal i determined not to be outdone either in qo' of work orpriees. Speeial attention gives to 'I manufacture oi sewed work. French Ki " , !alf Skins, of tbe best quality, al aTi Pa livehimaeall. Ji ii. JJ O M K INDfS"Er; BOOTS AND SHOES Made to Order at the Lowcr-t Hutos The undersigned would repctfullj i: vj!t ,1 attention of the eitisens of CWurfiel i ar.j ricin ty, to give him a call at his shop on .Varktt y " nearly opposite Hnrtswick A Irwin a diec s'0! where he is prepared to make or ic pair-uniij in bis line. Orders entrusted to him will be executed ; a promptness. strength and neatnejs. and atlnork warranted as represented. I have now on hand a stork of evr fret B calfskins, superb gaiter tops, 4c, that i finish up at tic lowest iignres. June 13th. ISfiB. DANIEL COXXvnv EW STOKE AXD SAW MILL, AT BALD II I L 'j S , ClcaitiulJ county. The undersigned, having opened a large i,i well selected stock of good", at Eald HillrTciear. field county, respectfully solicit athare of publis patronage. Their stock embraoes Dry tJorus, (J-occrl-s liardware.Queenswarc.Tin-ware.UooU and SW Hats and Caps, eady made Clothing and a .e0 eral assortment of Notions, elo. " Ihey always keep on hand the best onslity f Flour, and a variety of Feed All goods sold cheap for cash, or eichantd for approved country produce. Ilving also erected a Steam Faw .Mill, tm Jr predared to saw all kinds of lumber to ':itt. Orders soli-it-d. and punctually filled. Nov.?0,isr,7. K U. A A. IKV.I.-.. Q I G A It S AXD TOCAC (, 0. ADOLPil SCHOLri', MANrFACTlRER ASP '.VHOLMM.t aXI; f.r.Tat Dealer i. Cigaks asb Turac us. CLEARFIELD. PA.. Would respectfully announce that he hj rtm ed to the large nnd emmoiliouj su.re-rouni. ..p posite the Court Honse, Stcoa Sirnrt. tik, i he has opened a scnerai assoTImrrt ,f Tokarv, Cigars etc which be it prepared tosell, wiiu.'cxlj or retail, at reasonable prices. His cigars are made of the very err -iiatrri,;. and in Ptle of manufacture will coui ir i:j those of any other establishment. lie has always on hand a superior -tir ..( chewing and amoking tobseco. to .-. C- reels the attention of - lovers of i bt wet-d Merchants and Dealers, throil.i.u: tut- c, -supplied at tbe lowest v. I.oleaulc j rKv-; Call and examine his stock vr-tiii Clearfield. June H: II. F. X A U li :. WATCH MAXES-, GRAHAM'S HOW. CI .AKI JE(.j. The undersigned refnoctfuM v i't' b" customers and the public, that hek-: r.i (and contAnt!y riceivir i-n s. t i;5 i -ti tuck of Clocks, WKbf and Jewelry. CJAiCKS. a iargfl vart.-ty f.-.w t... K ufactry, constating .'f Eibt I.-.y "rid :nii:vi.-,r sprirg end Weight, and Lere.s." Viu.e. -rr k;.i..! Alarm clocks. WA TCIIRS a f ne nsirtt.-."i o si'v r 'l:r.' ing and open case American .at.-fci L-vf: a aud full jeweled GOLD rENS. an cl-gint sK-..r:nrnt. if im best quality. Also, in silver utrr.jiuu aid a.ik holders SPECTACLES. !ar;c sswrtirar.t f-r j: i near sight, colored and plain i,"l"-s. JEWELRY ol every variety, fro a ritji piece to a fall set ALSO.x fine assortment tf Sronn.1 Kit"S?. .01 tcr knives, etc.. plated on genuine .' Ink.i'a. ALSO. Hair Jewelry. with port (,-'! w.mn':' 4. got up to order. Call and ste .-an Ii- t All kinds of Clockr. Watchus a ., j .Itwclry ci fully repaired and IVamnuril A continuance of patrutae i- soMci'e-i. . Nov. 2-tb. H5. i: F M :j: JUST ix 1 ; E! THE X1CW UyV il A. K. WRIGHT A CLEAKFIEI.I'. PA.. Having just 1 ctnrned firm the cut-.-is oitipi we are now opening a full stocn of ea." goods, at our rooms on Second street, to wtua they respectfully invite the attention ol th rut lie generally. Our assortment :s ntjJrpi'l in this eciion, and is being sold very lt' fH cash. Ths tock consists in part of DRY GOO!S of the best quality, such as Print?. Dei.aset.A'ps aas. Merinos, (jinghams : Muslins, b'tached ati nnbleached ; Drillings Tickings, cotton and wool Flannels. Casimers. Ladies' shawls. Costs. Nu bias, floods. Hoop skirts. Bslmoraii. Ac. ic.ill of wMoh will be sold low fok cash. .'.!. 5" assortment of the best of MENS' W H A It, oonsistingof Drawers end Fhirts. Hat-: and C.iJ, Coots and Shoes, llandkcrchieftt crurjts. tit. Also. Raft Rope. Dog Rope. Baltics Acr;i and Axes. Nails and Spikes. Tinware, tsa-fsai.il Lamp wicks and chimneys, etc., etc Also, Queensware. Glassware HsrdwircOric ries, and spices of all kinds In short. a gw assortment of every thing uual j kept in a remi store, all ckrap for rash, cr a proved cuc'J produce. Nov. to. jalfl-naU. WRIOHI '"" pUnXITURE B 0 0 i jon. c;i'Licn, Desires to inform his old friends ml -ost.. that, having enlarged his shop aad .tcrttfti s-f facilities for manutac'uring. he is now prep- to make to order such furniture as toJ "'" ed, in good style and at cheap rates lor raa. mostly has on hand at his - Eui piture ioors. a varied assortment of furniture, anrg h2 Bl'REAl'S ASD SI DEltO.VRDS, Wardrobes and Hook-cases; Centre. .-wV i'srl?, . Breakfast aud Dining extension T M Common, French-posts, Cottar" iea' ny-Jjind and other Bedstead. SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. V.'ORK-STANf S: H HACKS, WASH -tTAXV, A Spring-seat, Cain-bottom, and Prr'nr Cl-' And common aod other Cnsirs. LOOKING-GLA5SES Of every deseription on hand, and newfl'" old frames, which wiH be pt it oa re- ' r"K3oaable terms, onrfcort aotice. He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order. Fair, Corn-husk, Ilair and Cotton top MaiHv COFFINS, OF EVEilY KIM Made to order, and funerals attend-d with 1 Hears, whenever desirable. Also, House paintitg dr.a to orcsr. The above, and many other article? ar for",f to customers cheap for cash 01 exchatgee wi f L roved country produce. Chorry. Mapie. ; in-wood and oher Lumber snitahle fcr the nesa. taken in exchange for furniture rieit- Peraeo-.b j theihop : oa JJrret ,, field , and tcirly opposite .U- J',..:i 1'ei-cBibc- i. 1- ! "