ii in i,jj..i-m.
e "gtaffemcm' gournaf, gfcarfkl'b, "gfa., rfoficr 20, 1869.
got the farmer.
Saw ye the farmer at his plough,
Aa ye were riJing by ?
Or wearied 'neath the noon day toil,
When summer suns were high?
And thought you that his lot was hai l.
And did you thank your God
That you and yours were not condemned
Thus like a slave to plod ?
Coaie, see him at his harvest hame,
When garden field and tree
Conpire with flowing store to fill
His barn and granary.
His healthful children fraily sport
Amid the new-mown hay,
Or proudly aid with vigorous arm
His taiks as best they may.
The harvest giver is his friend,
The maker of the soil,
And earth, the mother, gives them bread,
And cheers their patient toil.
Come, join them round their wintry hearth
Their heartfelt pleasure see ;
And you can beter judge how blest
The farmer's life may be.
After Potato Digging.
The usual crop after potatoes is weeds,
which have ample time to mature their
seeds before frost comes, and to make trou
ble many years afterwards. Few farmers
estimate the amount' of damage done to
their lands by this untimely seeding. We
have seen land so stocked with charlock,
Canada thistles, and other weeds, that the
cost of all hoed crops upon it was fully
doubled. Their presence depreciates the
value of the oats and barley, and even of
grass. No grain or grass seed St, to be sold
can be raisad upon it, and even the manure
made from the feeding of such crop is less
valuable by rea-sou of foul seeds. Yet many
farmers pres right on, stocking their lands
with weeds, as if they were a most valuable
crop. The potatoes are dug and marketed
in July, or early in August, and the ground
lies waste for the rest of the season. If
crops are not wanted, the opportunity should
be improved to destroy weeds. Plow the
land as soon as the potatoes are off. After
ten days go over it with a harrow. This
will destroy a second crop of weeds. In ten
days more go over it with a brush harrow,
which will destroy a third crop. In two
weeks follow with a harrow, and so on, until
the frost comes in November. A second
crop may be taken from the potato ground.
If not in good heart, sow good super phos
phate, or Peruvian guano, at the rate of
30U pounds to the acre, on the old rows.
Sow turnip seed sparingly upon the fresh
soil, and put them in with a light one horse
harrow or brush ; when the turnips are up,
cultivate between the rows, and keep the
spaces free from weeds. There arc three
months or more between the early potato
harvest and the closing of the ground: and
in thi? time a fine crop of white turnips may
be grown at a cost of less than six cents a
bushel. They are excellent for young cattle,
and will assist materially in making beef
and mutton. Am. Agrieulturut
Tying up Horses.
A correspondent of the Germantown Tel
egraph severely cnudemns the practice in
dulged by too many of "tying up" horses
to their stalls so closely that they cannot lie
d.iwu and take rest like other animals. The
vil and down right cruelty of this practice
lnu.t be obvious. Think of a poor Lor.e
hard driven or worked all day, compelled to
stand on his leirs all night without a bit of
CLTiuine rest. This ''tying up," remarks the
writer, "is re.-iorted to (by grooms as a gen
eral thing) to prevent the animal from lying
3.j.n and thereby becoming dirty, which
c (times necessitates these gentlemen to an
exr using of the curry comb and brush,
& thing objectionable to lazy but not to con
siderate and humane men.
' Let horses when put in the stalls have
sufficient length to their halters that they
may if they choose lie down, one of the best
of eofl effects from this treatment is that
one will rarely ever see a horse so treated
sprung in the knees. 'Tis true that some
horse are not addicted to the good habit of
lying down, and only at night when all is
quiet will they seek rest ; but this is be
cauQ at some time those about thm have
disturbed them at or prevented them from
lying down by shortening their halter, or,
tojuse a technical term,"tying them up." It
is not claimed that by letting a horse lie
down when he chooses that he will-be cured
of sprung knees, because a sprung horse is
incurable ; but it is claimed that if he is at
all inclined to be weak in those parts, such
rest will then even save them.
It is advisable, in the construction of
poultry houses, to use pine lumber the
more pitch it contains the better, as thia b
offensive to poultry vermin.
For mange in calves, the New England
Farmer recommends a solution of one ounce
of carbolic acid in a pint of water. Apply
with a sponge.
The pulp of raw potatoes applied to the
injured part is said, by good authority, to
-ff'rd almost insti.nt relief in cases of burns.
There is a nursery of over 60,000 fruit
trees growing near the old Mission Ridge
battle fi ld, near Chattanooga.
Wild fruit is plenty in Minnesota. I
Or ALL KIND. ALSO,
Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Trucks, Copying
Presses, Improved Money Drawers, Ac,
tor i.ili sr
MERRELL & BIGLER,
Dealers in Hardware,
June 30. J CLaARfiELD, Pa. 1969.
C. KIUTZEIt & SONS
are receiving a splendid stock of
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
LACE CURTA1XS, WINDOW SHADES,
COUNTERPANES AND QUILTS.
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS,
LADIES SILK COATS AND OVEKSKIRTS,
ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACE POINTS,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S TRIMMED
DRESS GOOD i 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 FRENCn 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
Clearfield. Jane 30, ISfi!).
Who sells the cheapest goods in the
Who sells Lest calicoes at 1 2 cts a yard ?
Who sells best unbleached muslin st 17 cents'
Who sells Hall's Calf Boots at 5 00?
Who sells Hall's best Coarse Boots at S4 50 ?
Who sells Hall's bestKip Boots at ? t,50?
Who 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 the
lowest cash prices ?
Everybody should buy their goods at
Clearfield, May IS. 1S69.
TCD..r.Eh1KS C'" floor' the iD ' for
sale by J. 11 AW A SON
J ete .forsale at K A H a w '
CABLE CHAINS a good article, on hand and
foraalaby MERRELL A BIOLER.
WINE & LIQUOR STORE
I. L. REIZENSTEIN 4 CO.,
WAVES AXD LIQ UORS,
MARKET STREET. CLEARFIELD, PA.
A good assortment for medical pnrposes always
January 27. lS69-m.
E X S
YOUT II S'
AND BOY S
The undersigned baring recently added
to his former business, would respectfully
solicit an examination ol his stock. Being
a practical Tailor be Batters himself
that be is able to offer a better
elan 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 bis store,
and making their selections. Also,
a full supply of (lents'furnishing
goods always on band.
Feeling thatVful for past fayors.he would re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the
April 23. ISfiQ. II. FRIDGE.
. a. pattos, :
A lKTia, :
: : jo pattos.
: : j. b. Irwin.
E. B. PATT0IV & CO.,
Having fitted np a first-class
P L AXING MILL,
are prepared to furnish to order all kinds of Man
u factored Lumber, such as
FLO Oil TNG, SID IX G,
S u if ice-dressed L u m b er,
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
and every description of Plain and Fancy Mould
ings. Dealers will find it t. their advantage to
consult our prices before purchasing elsewhere
Address, E. B. Patton & Co.,
Dec. 2,'G8. Clearfield Co., Pa.
J. A. Blattcnberger & Co.,
NOW OFFER AT THEIR
A large and well selected s'ock of fresh
SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS, purchased at lowest market rates, and te
be sold at a slight advance on cost, consisting ol
WOOD & WILLOWWARE,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And avarything appertaining to well regulat t
households, as well also to
MILLS, MINES AND CAMTS.
Orders received and promptly filled.
Highest marketpricc paidfor
Salesmen are polite, attentive and olliyina
CALL, SEE, EXAMINE,
and be convinced.
J. A. Blattenbergcr d Co.
Oseeola Milla, April Ji ,1889.
M E R I C A N HOUSE.
Curv, n-v;!!o. Pa.
Hitvinfr tntt-n a ..f ihi. well-known Hotel
r the undersigned would respectfully solicit a share
01 toe pnoiic patronage, Iraveiers win una me
accommodations equal to those of any other house
in this section. Charges moderate.
Dec. 2. IS;iS-tf. JOliX J fttED. Prop'r
' Curwensville, Pa.
EXPRESS AND STAG K OFFICE.
This well-known Hotel, having been re-fitted
and re-furnished throughout, is now open for the
accommodation of travelers, and the public in
general. Charges moderate.
WM. M. JEFFRIES.
August 14, 1 887-tf . Proprietor.
fJLEAR FIELD N URSERY. Escocr-
ACE Ho.MS I.vnrSTRY. The undersign
ed having established a Nursery. on the Pika,
halfway between Curwensville and ClearSeld
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Frui
trees. (Standard and dwarf.) Evergreen-. Shrub
bery. Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Lawtrn Black
berry. Strawberry and Raspberry vines. Also
Sibrian Crab trees Quince and early ScarletRhenS
barb. Ae. Orders prompt! v attended o. Addres
Aug 31 ,W4. J. D. WHIG HT, Curwensville
2 J. HAYES, StrRGEO.v Df.vtt.st,-Office
on Main Street, Curwensville, IVnn'a.,
Will make professional visits for the conveni
ence of of the public commencing in Aprit. 18fi9.
as follows, viz : Luthersburg firt Friday of every
month ; Ansonville,firt Monday of every month ;
Lumber City, first Thursday of every month;
spending two days in either place. All ordes for
work should be presented on the day ot his arri
val in each place.
t Teeth extracted by the application of local
anastbesia. comparatively without pain. All
kinds of dental work guar anteed.
N. B. The public will please notice, that Dr.
H., when not engaged in the above visits, may be
found in his oflisa in l"urwen.-ville. ap.l.'6'J-ly
L V AYS N E W,
J on X I II VI X.
Has just received and opened at the old stand
in Curwensville. an .'iitire new stock of Fall and
Wintertioods which he will sell very cheap fo
cash. His stock consists of
Pry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Quoenswure, Roots and
Shoe., Hat., Caps, Ready
niade Clotliinr. etc.
Tli . n.,Kl;n . it- :. r..i ? - : : ,
give him a call : see hiF stuck and hear hip prices,
and purchase froui him if you find it will be to
TOR SALE three l.uildinjr lots, 24 l,y S5
teet, near the ranroail depot. W ill he
sold sepamte. r in a hn'Iv. For further informa-
:i'n apply to II K SNYUER, Cienrfield. Pa.
000 POUNDS WOOL WANTED
J,JJV by the suh.-eiihrr. whitli will he
taken on book account or in exchange for goods.
MarKet prices paid fur Wool.
Bower May 2. DAVID BELL.
P. C. CttOMM,
' MARKET STHKKT, Cl.tt ARK! El.n. PA.,
Adjoining the residence of Dr. J O. IIartswick,
Keeps a fine assortment of plain and fancv
cloths. caimeres. etc., which he will make up to
order, in the latest stylt-s. at fie lowest prices
Being an experienced wo-kmsn. he guarantees
entire catislaction. A share of public patronage
suiiuiteu. i.tan. iu, n-tt.
PARMKRS. LOOK TO YOUR INTER
- KSTS. The undersigned havinc oh
tamed the right to sell T J. Booth's Improved
Stump Extractor, after a trial of three days on
the farm of Joiah W Thompson. in Lawrence tp.
we find it pir excellent in every respect, giving
perfect satisfaction to all present, nothing as yet
gotten out of repair. Wo extracted every tree
and stump as we psed. lnrjic and small. V e
now otli-r it to the cititens of Lawrence. Pike
Penn. liraiiford and tioshen townships. We will
pell the rijtht to build a single ninchine for S'!0 HO
or any person wishing a machine this summer
we will deliver the s.iroe on the farm of the pur
chaser, and give it a trial for his satisfnetion. for
5 H Hi (III with terms liberal. W.P.TATE
Address Tate A. Brown. A.H. BROWS
je 16-2m.J Clearfield county, Pa.
T T K X T I O N ! PR KS K R YE THE
-L FRUIT TREES.
Curculio. wood-borer, and ail other insects so
destructive to fruit trees, successfully prevented
from committing their ravages on orchards The
tender vice and ornamental tree alike preserved
in root, body, branch, and bud. from the attack
of any kind of vermin or insect, by "Fishers new
and useful process for preventing the bores or
other insects from injuring fruit trees, shade and
ornamental tree;, shrubs and vines," Patented
,-eptember 12th. 118.
Th is remarkable invention has been tested in
the most htorotigh manner, and has ia every in
stance given the most conclusive proofs of its
merits In no case has it failed to prove itself a
oerfnet nnd rninnt.tn nriimntirtn aniinai tl.m
rious kinds of insects that for yea.s past have
open preying upon an Kinds ot Iruit and fruit
trees Testimonials furnished ii desired.
Individual and township rightscan be bad opon
application to D. DKESSLEK. Esq.. at Rucxion.
Clearfield count, Pa., who i a?eni for Olea-fiuld
county. June 2.1, lSfi9.-3m p
fEW SPUING GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
KIRK k SPENCEKS,
Lumber City, Pa.,
The undersigned would respectfully inform
their customers, and the nublie in freiieral- thAt
they have just received their Spring stock of
goo'is. consisting of Dry Goods. Groceries. Boots.
Shoes. Hats. Caps. Fish, Suit. Flour, Bacon. Xails,
Paints. Oils. .Stoneware. Hardware. Queensware,
Baskets. Tubs. Churns. Carpet. Oil cloth, and a
general variety of such articles as are usually
kept in a country store, all of which they will
Sell CHEAP Poll CASH.
They weuld also direct attention to their large
stock of Ready-made Clothing, which they ofier
for sale at a small advance upon cost.
KIRK & SrEXCER.
Lumber City Pa , May 8, 1867.
B. We also manufacture to order, and
stantly keep on band a general assortment of
ooou ana ?uoes, Tcr men. women and children.
KIKK A SPE.NCKR.
rpiIIMELE-SKEiNS and Pipe-boxes t. r Wag
J. ons, for sale by MERRELI, i BtllLEK
TL. Putty, Paints Glas and Xails. for sale at
inn -on. MERRELL BI'iLEK'S
TO ES of all sorts and sixes, constantly on
" "l MciKKtLL s rjlGLKK Si
TKONt IRON!! Best bar i'n. for sa'e at the
L store of MERRELL k BIG LER.
I'SS. Pistols and sword canes to be had at
June.'66 MEKRELL 4 B1GI.EH .
-OA ER, Timothy and Orchard-grass seeds at
C. KRATZER A SONS.
GROUND AXD UXGROUND SPICES. Citr m
English Currants. Essence Coffee. and Vite
garot the best qualit v. for sale by
Jn i" ARTSWIPK IRWIX.
1T700L WANTED -M00 000 pounds wool want
? ed. for which the highest market prico will
Fa-'j- b J.P. KRATZER
UTAXTED-10 .000 pounds of WOOL, at the
L!KL?Ios Store." Clearfield. Pa jeln
"VTrjUTE WIXE VINEGAR a superior srti
J . T . c.llI'Lr Pckling.forsale by J P. KRATZER.
MAPLE SUGAR just received at
J. P. KRATZER S. Marl
7 ALL PA PER new and beantifol desi2n
suitable fn i u .. 1 1 . i . l ,);.,;....
soM cheap ,t J. P. KliA I ZEl: S.
ALL'S FIXE CALF SKIN ROOTS, at .i Oil.
May 12.V.9 at M'SOP'S.
DRIED FRUIT, at reduced prices, at
May 12, 'g. MOSS'
UEEXSWARE Tea sets-best stone-ware. 48
pieces, at S I 50 at MOSSOP S
SWAIM'S PAN ACEA. Kennedy's Medical Dis
covery. Uembold'a Ruchu. Lake's Cod Liver
Oil. Jayne'sand Ayer's Medicine. for sale bv
Ian I n , . . .... r r i.' l iimvim
Ilestaurant and llcfresbment Saloon,
IX LEAVT'S sew building,
(formerly occupied by Rote.)
Second St., Clearfield, Pa.
Constantly kept en band a fin selection of
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Xuts, Ao.
Also Freeh Oysters, received daily, and
served up in any style, to suit th
taste of customers.
Billiard Saloon in Second Story.
Dee. 9, 1863.1 DAVID M QAUGHET.
C. KRATZER & SONS,
Have removed to the large and. elegant NEW
STORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Mer
rell i. Bigler's Hardware Store, wher they will
be pleased to see their old and new customers.
Citizens of the county visiting Clearfield, and
wishing to maka 'purchases, will find it to their
advantage to examine theirstock.
Goods at cash prices exchanged for all kinds of
country produce. Jan. 6, '69.
SOMETHING N K W
Clearfield county, Per,n'.
The undersigned having erected, daring th
past summer, a large and commodious tior rwom.
is now engaged in filling it up with a new and
select assortment of Full and Winter goods, whisk
be offers to the publio at prices to suit the tiaaes.
in8tck of Mens' and boys clothing is urnsusl
ly extensive, and is offered to customers at from
1 10 to S20 for a wbole suit. Flour, Salt. and Gro
ceries, of every kir.d. a cotrplet assottmeat;
Stoves and Stove-pipe, a heavy stock; Bofs and
Shoes, Hats and Cans in great variety: Ladiea'
dress goods, furs, and other fancy goods, together
with an endless assortment of notions tootediaa
to enumerate, always on hand, and sor sale very
aheap. Prints at 10 rents a yard. and other goods
in proportion Now is the time to buy.
Country produce of very kind, at the highest
market prices, will be taken in exchange for
goods; and even Greenbacks will nor be refused
or an) article in store. Examine my stock be
fore you buy eitewher.
October 30. 187. U.SWiN.
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.,
Would respectfully inform the citixens of Clear
field and vicinity. that he has opened a new tail
oring establi.-hment in Shaw's Row, one door east
of the Post Offi and has just returned from the
eastern citios with a large and elegant stock of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Nestings,
Beavers, &c, arid all kinds of roods for
men and boys' wear, and is
prepared to make np to order CI (THING, from
a single article to a full suit, in the latest styles
and most workmanlike manner. Special atten
tion given to custom work, and cutting out for
men and boys. He offers great bargaiasto custo
mers, and warrants.etttire satisfaction. A libeial
share of publio patronage is solicited. Call and
examine the goods.
Oct 10. 1H.17. E. R. L. PTOUGHTOX.
Corner of Socond St. and Hill Road.
Has just received and opened, at the abovnam-
d place, an entire new stock of Spring
and Summer Goods, which he will
sell very cheap for cash.
His stjck consists of
Dry Goods. Groceries. Hardware,
Queensware Boots and Shoes. Hats and
Caps, Ready made Clothing. to. He also keeps
ehoice Flour, Corn Meal, Chop feod,
Bason, Fish and dried Fruits.
Persons desirous of purchasing goods at fair
raUs are respect.ully requested te
give bim a call.
Approved country produce will be taken, at
the highest prices, in exchange tor goods.
Clearfield. Jan 17. IHC3.
LOOK AT THIS !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books; Sheet Mjsie
for Piano, Fiule aud Violin ;
Blank Account and Pass Books, of every dc
scription; Paper and Envelopes. French
pressed and plain; Pensand Pencils;
Deeds; Mortgages; Judgment. Exemption and
Blank Legal Paper; White and Parchment
Brief; Legal cap; Record cap and
Bill cap. etc .
Will be sold at Wholesale or Retail by
P. A. CAULIN,
At th Post onice, on Market Street,
May 5. JSd8
Marble and Stor.c Yard.
T. LIDDELL & CO.,
Desire to inform their friends, and the public,
that they have now and will seep constantly on
hand a large and well selected stoeK of ITALIAN
AND VERMONT MARBLE, and are prepared to
furnish to order
BOX AND CRADLE TOMBS,
in Sandstone and Marble,
CURB and TOSTS for Cwneterv lots
WINDOW SILLS AND CAPS,
ARCHITECTURAL AND LAWN
They would invite snecinl attention tn ,k
Sandstone Mouments which are built I rom orig
inal designs and will compare favorably with
anything .f the Kind in the couniry. If desire!
mey can lurnisn Marble v, inouw Sills and Caps at
a slight advai.ee on the prici ' I Sandstone.
1 ard on Reed street, near t. x i,0t Clearfield
Penn'a. jLn.v io
- I I If V
C1ANNED FRUIT Canned Plums, Peaches
and canned ccrn, etc , for sale at the t)m
fcioreof A. I.SKtU
Match 10, 189.
Or ALL KINDS, ALSO
Baggage Barrow, Warehouse Trucks, Copying
Presses, Improved Money Drawers, Ac.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.,
102 Second Avenue, near Wood St.,
PITTSBURG II, PA.
Apr.7-6m.l Scars Promptly Rrpair'd.
JAS T. BRADY & CO.,
Sueesors to S . J"on.M A- Co..)
CORNER FOURTH AXD WOOD S1REETS,
Er r AXD SELL ALL KINDS OP
Gold, Silver ami Coupons.
Six per oent. interest allowed on deposits sub
ject to check.
Money loaned on Government Bonds.
Bonds registered free of charge.
May 19.'fi9-ly. JAMES T. BRADY 4- CO.
Wi7I Paper, Wtndov: Shades,
Floor and Table Oil Cloths Ae A very ex
tensive assortment of all qualities of above
goods will be kept constantly on hand
and sold as low us the lowest
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT
X'o. 14 SmithGcl.l Street, near llth Avenue
A SPLEN DID STOCK OF
TOYS AXD F.iXCY GOODS
Will be found in another department of the
March 17. rB9-3m.
S TERR ITT
31 1 LIBER TY S T. IIEADofSMITHFlELD,
PITTSBURG U PA.
DR. T. J DOVER.
A. I. SOIW .
B0YER & SHAW,
(LATB A. I. Hit,)
NE T AND FIRST CL ASS
(AJjoinms- Stoie of R. Mostop.)
Having pirchased tbe above Store r.nom , ar.d
refitted it entirely, making it in all respects a
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
we are now opening, and offer to the publio, a full,
complete and strictly pure assortment of Drugs,
Chemicals, Paints, Varnishes. 4e., Ac.
Dye Stuffs, Tebacco, Cigars, Cocfsctioneries,
Will find onr stock of Prngs full and complete,
and at a very slight advance on Eastern prices
c tool Books.
Teachers and others will be furnished withelass
ical and miscellaneous bvks by express, at short
Stationer if ,
Consisting of Cap. Flat Cap.Foolscap.Leftorand
Perfumed Xote Paper, also, a very neat stock ot
Mourning Note Paper and Envelopes on hand.
Pens, Pencils. Ink, Ac.
Will find a full stock of Pure Spices, Soda Soda
Ash, Concentrated Lyo Soap, Ac.
Ladies and Gentlemen
Are requcsied to examine our stock of Perfume
ry. Hair Oils, Fine Toilet Soaps. Brushes, Combs,
loilet eita. Ae.
C . 7 -r- ,
mohers ana Oteicers
Will find a full supply, of prim. Chewing and
Smokicg Tobacco. Imported and Domestic Cigars,
Snuff. Fine-cut, Ae.
Of the best brands, always on hand.
Th. best quality of Liquors always on hand,for
Physicianspr.scriptionspromptly and carefully
T. J. BOYER.
Ma, 19. TS59. A. I. SHAW.
fVilLDREXsrurstwemy-fiv. percent less than
ea at J. SH AW A SON.
)00 000 ""ine'e wanted by
tJnt,VlJ J. SHAW A SOX,
T to'V' SO,Xno-' offer there whole stock of
O .Jensfor lew than first coat in Phila
rjlHF I highest market prices paidfor Shingles
! J. SHAW A SON.
ArERYFlSK blankeu will be sold cheap
T D' J. SHAW A BON.
G0AL AND LI M K.
TfaeunrJersignrrl bavinpest rrj-t.
ti now preparcl to 511 oruert? it.r nir .
or wood-burnt lit,,. Bnrf i. ,k. JkJ urt
at the Railroad depot. ' -.
TVKOMK COAL-BI RST 111IC J . CT, .
Bklikfoktk coal eckxt 4U a ...
" WOOD must a;. ....
T"1 . L h . ... -
EW BOOT AND SHOli ?Cop
v W A R D M A C K
Market Street neariy oppoaite th. r.i.dUe.,,
11. B wop.. Esq., ""Mf
Would respectfully .onaonee I. Ue eiti..
Clea.field and vicinity, that b. kL""
BOOT AXD SHOE SHOP. i th. bui"? ,
occupied by J L Cuttle... alawoCce aaotk..
is determined not to be outdon. either ir a.i
of work orprices. feci.! atfntic-. - v .'J
manufacture of sewed work. Fr. t.""-i j
Calf Skins, of th. best qualltv. am..,,,
(iive him a call. " .!,', -.v
H O M V. INDUCT II j ,
BOOTS AM) snots
Made to Order at the Lowest
The undersigned would
attention of tL. citixpr. r.f
r-jt-.-ctfjily ic,:t, .,
Clnurfie: ... . '
J to give him a rail at ii
is sLop n Muriel ?t"
"r-g fpi'oojte jurisvici
where he is prepared to r;
in his line.
Order entm t, Ktn
Jr""' 1 dra
will .e excia i:k
eatne. ail all 9f
stock of extra f1!h
tcj. A-.. tL.: I
promptness, strength and
warranietl as rcprcptnted.
I have now on hand a
calf skins, superb gaiter
Gnith up at toeloweet fit:
June i:,t'n. IS . ii
XEW STORK and sa'.v ;;h.l,
A T It A L D II 1 1. . - ,
C!ta-?M (.; istt'j.
The nnderignej. havfi.g of e :, 1 ? ,r-e .j
well self cted stuck of good-, at PiM Hi:vri,,t.
field comity. re.- ecTfai, rolicii ur f .,vi.'
patriiua-e. r -
I heir stork ec, braces Dry (I. ...i
U..'r 1 r: . '
' ' 'fri,
,: j ,. ' ' r ...it,. mif-ht.
tiais a ii'l ( ps ;eady made t'io;!,i,,g , j ,
era! .t.-so; tun nt ot Notions, ete.
1 hey niwxys Vrrj. on hmrl the V-.-i cuih cf
Flcur. and a variety of iVeul
All g.U sold cfciatt for cash, or i io'usnjtj
approved country produce.
Having al-., erected a Steam Vw Ii;. .re, 4
predaie.1 to turn U kii.ds ot laxjrr to r4
Orders soliciti-il. and pui.ctu.Viv
A..v. 2(1, 1S07. P. is A . IK wis.
(J IC A 11 S AND T ( .i IJ A C C o.
MaxrrA' Ti utr. ami W folks i k p 7.SHH,
Lkalck is Chubs a.o T..v;:ii,
Ol.EAKf 1ELD. PA..
Would ret fretfully aniiun.e? that . h. ren...?.
ed to the lare nmt eimmodii -.nre-inun. oa.
positc tbu Court llure. Scoc -r. f wterii
he has opened a g jueral asf'-'.i. i t nf 1 bac.
fig:.rs etc. which he is prepared i-fll, wLoI.na
or ret it i I . at reasonable prices
liis cigars are made of ttis very Left ittiri.ii,
and in style of manufacture w i I aomp.re ai.b
tho5e of any other ectah-,i?h?ij-;t.
He ba alr.-ay on band a ti ; eror .itifU.f
chewing and smokirg tol,cc..s. io Ac-t; at di
rects the attenrion of - lort-rfcf thr "
Merchants anil Dealers, tbrousi'.-at cosair
supplied at the lo ,; n ;,r,c,i, . c
Cull and examine his stock whts vo.riiaeis
F. N A i; J L K,
GRAHAM S ROW. C!.J?A1' r IKI.w
Thenndersiyncd repect"u:iy i - f. rro hi. t i
customers and the pnbMc. i i,; ,flj,,
(and constantly rereivirg ntw a l ii'' n., s 'nft
stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
CLOCKS, a Isr-re varicn fn.r; tlj 'r-r rs.
nfnrtory.ecp.intin of ttgli't -da- ai.ii ih:t'y b.ir
spring and Wright, and Lorers.'Tiiua. !-:rir.i
llrA TCII ES a fine assortmeni f. ;s:ivr Hua
ing atd open ca.ee Auie.ric.ii i.ittfnt U'-irt. p'.n
and full jewe!e,l
GOLD PE.S. an eearf ers.ir'raeot t! ;i
best quality. Also in Oliver n't irloc i t s? -k
SPECTACLES. Urire a ttn-.tt (r J
rear sifjht. colored and plaii t;'a'?.
JEWELRY of every varierv. f. iu, t "tg'a
piece to a full set
A IS(J. a Quo aasorttDen of Sroia br
ter knives, etc.. plated on genuine A'bA'
ALSO. Hair Jewelry with pn-tf'Vn esiuj
got up to order.- -Call and fee I k
All kinds of Clnoks Wfctches nd J
fully repaired and lf.T-r.-,
A coniiituanc. c! patrtoie i- r jV".:j
"ov. 2-ith. is?i. ii if 5V j:?
T U S T I N
TUB XF.W OOoi? AT
A. K. W HIGH T 1
CLEAKFIEl D. FA.,
Having jttit returned frou. ll, e e.n'r-o e .lsl
we are low opening a full Mi.'t if .ts ,t.
goods, at our room on Second il:r wKb
they rrspectfui'.y iM-ite 'he a .ter:i( o .' tbs
lie generally. Our asm-rtintii' is in?k!;i-4
in this section, and is being st! ' rer .. ? ffc
cath. The 'lock coiimsU in pr! if
13 It Y GOODS
of tbe best quality, sncb e Print- D itr- ':- -cas
.MerTcos (iinttb.w ; Jar:im. b ". L i '
unbleached; Drillings 7i kir?. co!:o'.' n
Flannels. Casimers Ladi-s' .-hwl- t" .v.. -bias.
HochIs. lioop skirts, Ilnluiorais. At 'J
of wbich will be sold low ror. cams. Also - 1
assortment of th. best of
W E A U ,
consisting of Drawers and Fl.irt. Han '. C-Hk
tootg Shoes, liandkercbietu crtiTai;.
Also. P.aft Rop.. Dog b'ope. likhi-i l-r,''
and Axes. Nails and Spikes. 'I i jure. L.'ie-
Las'p wicks and chimneys, etc.. eis
Also, Queensware ftlaarware. Ftsrdwsrr.l-'S
ries. and spices of all kind. In h -r: ssi5"'
assortment of every thing unl v it ; t is s rs I
store, all chrap for task, or mrp1'-"'' i?3"?
Xov. 2S-jalO-nolS. WKI1KT Ij1.
pURXIT U K F. K 0 0 M S.
. JOII.N Gl'ELK'II.
Desires to inform his old friends aid CJ','r?-
that, having enlarged his shop tnJ
facilities for msnufnclnrin? he i. LxjW vrrrS'
to make to order such furniture tf ' ' lf''r'
ed. in good style and at cheap ratr for fi
mo9t1v hss on hunfi mt hi. Ful r it J re I "'-t 1 .
varied assortment of furniture, te c: vt.ca
Bl'KEAl'S n SIPf b vp.ns.
Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centre. S.,fs. Ps-if.
Breakfast and Dicing extension 1
Common, French-posts, C'ett5rp,-a
ny-Liind and otlier Bec'tuw-
SOFAS OF ALL KIXDS. V.'(?.K-?TA NP" -l'T
RACKS, wash-stand;-. X.
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlor Cb-'-'J'
And common and other Chfcirs.
Of every description on band, and new rl ?er
oid frames, which will b. put 'r. -a very
reasonable terms, onsnort cotice.
H. also keeps on hand, or furnishes to ordsr. Hsif.
Corn-husk, Hair and Cotton top J!attre.Js.
COfFI.NS, OF EVER V KIT,
Made to order, and funerals attended wi:a
Hearse, whenever desirsble.
Also, House painting done to order-
The above, and many other artiei.s are fff'f".
to customers cheap for cash or ch,r!! p,E-,-proved
country produce. Cherry. Map '-' r
Lin-wood and other Lumber sui'f.t'le for tnr
nes. taken in exchange for furniture ;.
Remember the shop is on Manet street.
field, and nearly opposit. :he;;Oi i .lew . -f
ueeetn bar 4, 1-06 1 J""-'
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