Wa., SteBntar 23,
."- 2 1
& 1. 1
V ! '
mr the gaxmtv.
Preparationa for 8pring Work. -The
present is the farmer's time to ar
range hia plans for the coming year, and
on this being carefully done depends greatly
the success of future operations. He has
the gathered experience of the past to aid
him; and if one or more crops have failed,
now is the time to consider the cause. lias
he been unprofitably f tinted in the necessa
ry amount of labor? has any other than the
best seed been sown or planted? have weeds
been allowed to grow unchecked? has work
been performed too much in a hurry? have
the most approved implement of all kinds
ouly been osed?
Trade and business in the cities have been
depresjed the past season, as well as the
prices of produce in the country. Let not
the farmer be dL'couraged.
Is the working stock of the farm sufficient ?
baa there been false .economy in the use of
manures? has there been room to store the
All these questions should be asked and
answered ; recollecting that the most im
provident of all kinds of farming is the rais
ing of half crops, and that poor stock is al
ways the most expensive; he sheuld map
oat his plans for the year 1870, so as to a
void all these errors ; and with the aid of
agricultural papers, to introduce an improv
ed system of management- The increase of
rail-road tacilties may bring his farm within
market distance of largo cities or manufac-
tones, so that his whole system should be
changed and perishable articles, such as
butter, milk, small fruits, vegetables, be
cultivated instead of beef and grain, with
which he has been striving in an unequal
competition with the choap lands of the
Let the farmer now consider and digest
the tried capacities of his soil and its adap
tation to particular crop. lias he general
ly succeeded with corn or potatoes, or car
rots, or cabbage, or broom corn, or hops, or
pasturage ? let him not suddenly change
bis system on account of temparry depres
sion in prices.
"Time and chance happeneth onto all,"
and with patient industry and perseverance,
every man in his proper calling, (not for
getting the performance of moral, social and
religious duties) will find that for him
"seed time and harvest, cold and heat, sum
mer and winter, day and night, shall not
cease, nor the early and latter rain.
''Let us then be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate
Still achieving, still pursuing.
Learn to labor and to wait."
Get Leather Bits.
Oneof the most cruel things done todamb
beasts is putting frozen iron bits into a
horse's mouth.- It is not only painful but
a dangerous act For every time living
flesh touches a metal much below the freez
ing point, the latter extracts the beat from
the former and freezes it Thus a horse's
mouth becomes frozen by the cold iron se
veral times a day put unto it ; each time
causing these freezings to go deeper and
deeper, to end at last in extensive ulcera
tion. With such a sore mouth the poor
horse refuses to eat and" pines away which
calls the horse doctor in.- They call it bots,
glander.", horse ail, Sec, and go to cramming
down poisonous drugs in big doses ; and tho
next you know of the poor abused creature,
he is trundled off to Le food for fish or the
crows. Many a valuable horse has been
"mysteriously" lost in just that way.
Thinking and human people avoid this
by first warming the bits : but this is much
trouble, and sometimes impossible, as in
night work like staging and physician's
work. Now all this trouble and loss are en
tirely avoided, as we have found on trial,
by getting the harness makers to get lea
thcr bits for winter nse, so made that no
metal substance can touch the flesh. They
are durable and cost only half a dollar.
We wouldn't exchange ours tor a gold one,
if it couldn't be replaced. Do not fail to
Lazy Farmers. Laziness prevents a
man from getting off his horse to put up
the first rail that gets thrown off the fence,
and through this lazy neglect a whole crop
of corn is damaged.
Laziness prevents a man from driving
one nail when it would have answered, and
by and by a carpenter must be hired to
make extensive repairs.
Laziness permits a gate to get off the
hinges and lie in the mud, or be proped up
or a barn to go to rack and thus to dam
age a vast amount of the product in store.
Laziness, in short, Is the right and pro
per name for nine-tenth of the excuses giv
en for bad farming. But by far the most pro.
lific of the many- wastes that are due to la
ziness is the waste in itself so great and
has so many ramifications, that we must
defer its discussion until a more appropri
A way is given to prevent horses pulling
at the halter. Put a small rope under the
horses tail, bring the ends forwar J, crossing
them on the back, and tying them on the
breast Put the strap through the ring and
tie the rope in front of the breast When
.the horse pulls, be will, of course, find him
self in a rather uncomfartable position, and
discontinues the effort to free himself.
LOOK AT THIS!
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Bible and Miscellaneous Book; Sheet Masio
for Piano, Flute and Violin; ,,.
Blank Aeooont and Pass Book., of erery de
scription; Paper and Enrelopes. Freneo
praised and plain; Pemand Pencil;
Deed; Mortgages; Judgment, Ejamption and
Promisor j Note;
Blank Legal Paper; White and Parohment
Brief; Legal eap; Record cap and
Bill eap, eto.,
Will be aold at Wholesale or Retail by
P. A. GAUL IN,
At the Post office, en Market Street,
May S, 18SS
Corner of Beoond St. and Hill Road.
Has juat received and opened, at the abor" nam
ed place, an entire new stoek of Spring
and Summer Goods, wbioh he will
sell very eheap for oash.
His stock consists of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Qneensware, Boots and Shoes. Hats and
Caps, Ready made Clothing, ete. He also keeps
ohoioe Flour, Corn Meal, Chop feed,
Bacon, Fiah and dried Fruits.
Persons desirous of pnrchasing goods at fair
rates are respectfully requested to
give him a call.
Approved country produce will be taken, at
. the highest prices, in exchange tor goods.
Clearfield, June 17, 1868.
0, YES! 0, YES!!
A GOOD FARM FOR SALE
Persona desiron of purchasing a farm, are di
rected to examine thatraluable property in Law
reaoe township, and situate at the mouth ef
1 learneld creek two miles east of the Borough
of Clearfield, and convenient to school and
The pronertT contains ONE HUNDRED
AND TWENTY ACRES, part of which is im-
provea ana unaer a nign state or cultivation
the whole being well fenced. Coal, iron ore, and
other minerals are found on the same.
The buildines consist of a rood TWO-STOR Y
D WELLING HOUSE, 2S,by 48 feet a GOOD
BARN, and other convenient outbuildings And
there is growing on the premises a young bearing
orohard of choice fruit trees.
This property is very pleasantly situated, and
being at the confluence of the oreek 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 geod situation for a board
ing bouse during the rafting season.
The west and north sides of this property being
bounded by the oreek and river, makes it one of
the best rafting grounds in this section, and as
such yields a handsome revenue yearly.
The owner, Mr. M. A. Frank, having perm a
nently settled in the west, is the reaaao for dis
posing of this valuable property. For terms, eto.,
apply to S. J. ROW,
October, 1889. Clearfield, Pa.
The Third Session of the present Scholastic
year of this Institution, will commence on Idon
day, the 7th day of February, 1870.
Pupils can enter at any time. They will be
charged with tuition from the time they enter t
the close of the session.
The course of instruction embraees everything
included in a thorough, practical and aooom
plished education of both sexes.
The Principal 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 nnder his charge.
Tea 3 or Toitioh:
Orthography, Reading. Writing and Primary
Arithmetic, per session, (11 weeks.) Si 04
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, and Histo
Algebra,Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration
Surveying, Philosophy, Physiology, Chemistry
Book-keeping, Botany, and Physical Geoera
Latin, Greek and French, with any of the a
bove branches: SI 2.08
Music Piano, (34 lessons,) $19,00
l"s7No deduction will be made for absence.
For further particulars Inquire of
Rbt. P. L. HARRISON, a. sr.
July 31.1867. Principal.
Restaurant and Refreshment Salo,
IN LEAVY'B NEW BUILDING,
(formerly occupied by Rote,)
Second St., Clearfield, Pa.
Constantly kept on hand a fine selection f
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Nuu, Ac.
Also Fresh Oysters, received daily, and
served up in any style, to suit the
tsste of customers.
EST Billiard Saloon in Second Story.
Dee. 9,1888. DAVID M'GACGRBY.
C. KRATZER & SONS,
Have removed to the large and elgaat- ltflW
STORE ROOM, on Second Street, adjoining Me
rell A Bigler'a Hardware Store, where they wfll
be pleased te see their pld and new eustemers.
Citizens of the county visiting Clearfield, and
wishing to make 'purchases, will find it te their
advantage to examine their stoek.
Goods at eash prices exchanged for all kinds ef
country produce. Jan. t,'tt.
SAWED LUMBER. The undersigned
having started in the Lumber business,
near Osceola, Clearfield county. Pa., is now pre
pared to furnish pine boards, clear and panel
stuff. Ao. Pine and Hemlock bills sawed to order
and shipped on short notice.
C. R. MACOMBER,
May 5.1869-tf. Clearfield ee.. Pa.
SLEIGHS. FOUR SLEIGHS for sale by
E. A. IRWIN A CO . Cnrwenrville.
MUST BE SOLD!
CLOSING OUT AT COST
: .'I ' 1 11
The undersigned, intending to retire from the
mercantile business is now closing put his en
tire stock of goods at and bejow coat,
SILKS, ' 5
, EMPRESS CLOTH,
MEN'S AND. BOTS"
C A S S I ME RES,
CLOTHS, 8ATTINETTS, KENTUCKY JEANS
DENINS, LADIES' CLOAKING, COATS,
A full line of Domestic Goods,
LADIES' k CIIILDREN'S;SIIOES,
GUM & ARCTIC OVERSHOES,
HATS .AND CAPS,
Table and Floor Oil Cloths, Carpets all widths,
Window Shades and Wall Paper,
A great variety of 'Hosiery , Notions and Trim
mings, of every description. Ladies' Trimmed
Hats, Velvets, Ribbons, Balmoral and Hoop Skirts,
Linen and Wool Table Covers, Napkins, Towel,
Counterpanes, a large assortment of Ladies' an1
Children's Wool Hoods, Nubias, Shawls, Ae.
Persons in want of anything in the above line
of Goods are invited to give me a call, and obtain
goods at wholesale prioea.
D. G. NIVLING.
Grain and oonntry produce taken in exchange
for Goods. Nov-10, 1869.
pURE BUCK LEAD, equal in quality to
English white lead: Oils. Taints and
Varnishes of all kinds; Gold leaf in books, and
bronses, for sale by A. I. SHAW
Clearfield, Ootofaer 23. 1867. ,
P. T. I.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
A Pure, Pleasant, Safe and Reliable Tonio, com
pounded from fresh and ohoice herbs and pos
itively pure spirits, free from fusil oil, or
other irritating properties, and will
not disagree or offend the most
delicate stomach. Warrant- .
ed to contain 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 Diepepsia,
To cure Fever and Ague,
To cure Billiousness,
To cure Constipation,
To cure Chronic Diarrhea,
To cure Flatulence,
To cure Acid Eructations,
To cure Nervous Debility,
To cure Hypochondria,
Tc cure sallowness of the
To cure Pimples and Blotches,
To cure General Debility and
Prostration of the Physical Powers,
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
TRT IT AND BE CONVINCED.
' SOLD EVERYWHERE, AT St PER BOTTLE.
A libtral discount t tk trmds.
MAXDriCTTRKD KXCLCSITBLY ST
BOYER & SHAW,
Dealers In Drugs, Medioinea, Chemicals, Dye
fr Stuffs, Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Ac, Patent
Medicines, Pure Wines and Liquor for
r-j' medical purposes, Fancy and Toilet
Articles, and a!! goods usually
. kept in a Drug Store, sold
Mayl,'6. eheap. (Nov. 3,'69. i
White Lead, Zinc Paint, Linseed Oil. Turpentine,
Varnishes of all kinds, Colors, in oil and
dry, Paint and Varnish brashes. . ,
hartswjck a ibwin,-
Clearfield.Pa -M 6,6.
MY OWN HOOK.
Having purchased the entire stock at the
old stand of Kirk At Spencer, in Lumber City,
l iniena carrying on tne business as nereio
MY MOTTO IS TO SELL CHEAP FOR
CASH, . ' . ,
Thanking onr friends and customers for
past patronage I solicit a continuance ot tbe
Sept. 15th, 1869, . ISAAC KIRK.
B. ft. FCLLxaroa.
w. . m'phbrsoii
FuLLERTON & McPhERSON,
Keep constantly on hand Fresh Meats, snoh as
BEEF, VEAL. MUTTON. Etc.,
FRESH FISH, "
All kinds of Vegetables, in season,
canned fruits, .
BUTTER, LARD, Etc.,
Which they will soli at the lowest market prioea.
Cash paid for Cattle, Butter, ctc
ROOM ON MARKET ST.,
Clearfield, Pa.-May 11, '69.
a. r. botkiosi.
a. a. Teens
B0YNT0N & YOUNG,
Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets
Mulay and Circular Saw Mills,
HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS,
SHAFTING. PCLLE1 8, BOLTS,
and all kinds of Mill work.
STANLEY PARLOR STOVES,
Heating Stoves, Sled Shoes, Plows,
and eastings of all kinds.
DEALERS IS .
Qiffards Injector, Steam Ganges, Steam Whistles,
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cnps, Gauge Cocks,
Air Cocks, Globe Valves, CJoek Valves,
Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps,
Boiler Feed-Pumps, Anti. friction
Metals, Soap Stone Packing,
Gam Packing, Ac Ae.,
December 9, 18ft8-tf.
J. S. GRAHAM.
a w. oaAaAH. : a. a. orahaw
NEW FIR M !
JAS. B. GRAHAM & SONS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
in all kind of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Queens
ware, Wood and Willowware, Flour,
Bacon, Fiih, Salt etc., Market St.,
FOR THE LADIES
They have Bonnets. Silks, Coburgs, Alpacas,
Merinos. Wool Delaines. Lnstres, Ging
hams, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Sun
shades, Handkerchiefs Kid and
other G lores. Hosiery, Balme- .
rals. Hoop-skirts, and a
general variety of rib
Buttons, Braids, etc., at the lowest priees.
They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black and
Fanoy Cassimeres,attinetta, Tweeds, Mel
tons, Water-proof Cloth, Silk, Satin
and common Vestinga, etc., m -great
variety, and at prioea
that; will give general
satisfaction to buyers, ,
A general assortment of Ready-mad Cloth
Ing. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware and Qneensware, a good
Stock, Wood and Willowware,
and a full stoek of Groceries.
GRAHAM k SONS sell all articles that an
usually kept in a well-regulated country
store.and hence the people generally
will find it to their advantage to
bnj goods of them.
Grain and country prodnse taxes
OQA fc HINKLEY Sfcjn
U rr1xr; fnph hps "
The most Derfect machine yet invented. Will
widen and narrow, turn a heel, or point the toe.
It will knit plain or ribbed. It will knit stock
ings, drawers, shirts hoods, comforters, mittens,
Ae. It is cheap, simple and durable. It sets up
its own work, uses but one needle, and requires
no adjusting whatever. It will do tbe same wora
that tbe Lamb machine will do, and costs less
than half as mach, and has not the tenth part or
the maehinerv to ret out of order, Ciroulars
and samples mailed free on application. Agents
wanted All macnines guaranieeu.
SHAW A MORTON. Gen'! Arenta,
Nov.2i-3m No. 20 Siith St., Pittsburgh. Pa.
JAS T. BRADY & CO.,
SuceuiTt t S.Jontt If Co..)
CORNER FOURTH AND WOOD STREETS,
BUT JIB SELL ALL KUtOB OF
Gold, Silver and Coupons.
Eix per eent. interest allowed on deposits sub
ject to check.
Money loaned on Government Bonds.
Bonds registered free of charge.
May 10,'69-ly. JAMES T. BRADY d- CO.
FRONT STREET, PHILIPSBURG, PA.
I will impeach any one who says I fail to give
direct and personal attention to all onr customers,
or rail 10 cause tnem to rejoice over a won tur-
nisnea table, wttn clean rooms and new beds.
wnere all may feel at home and the weary be at
rest, aew stabling attached.
Philipsbnrg. Sep. 2,'68. JAS. H. QALER
H tinrintrrlnn Pflnn ft
This old establishment havinc been leased by
J. Morrison, formerly Proprietor of the "Morrison
House.'- has been thoroughly renovated and re
furnished, and supplied with all tbe modern 1m
provementa and con veniencies necessary to a first
class Hotel. The dining room has been removed
to the first floor, and is now spacious and airy.
The obambers are all well ventilated, and the
Proprietor will endeavor to make his guests per
fectly at home. J. MORRISON.
Huntingdon. June 17,1868. Proprietor.
TIY) THEWJRKING CLASS. We are now pre
J. pared to furnish all classes with constant m
pleyment at home, tbe whole of the time or for
the spare moments. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50c. to 55 fer evening, and a propor
tional sum by devoting tbeir whole time to the
business. Hoys and girl earn nearly as much as
men. That all who see this notice may send their
address and test the bnsiness, we make the follow
ing unparalleled offer : To such as are not well
satisfied, we will send SI to pay for the trouble ef
writing. Full partienlars, valuable sample,
which will do to commence work on, and a eopy
of Tkm People's Litttrartf Companion one of toe
largest and best family newspapers published
all sent free by mail. Reader, if you want per
maaent, profitable work, addrea B. C. ALLEN A
CO , Augusta Maine.' Dee. 1,'89-3sb.
B. C L A R KS
von sale bt
Boyer A Shaw and Hartawiek A Irwin,
Aug 4,'69-lyl Retail Price, 1 1 50 per package.
Sdbvbtob Gbukbal's Ornrr,
Barrisburg. Pa- Oct. 22, 1869. )
To the Owner of Unpatextrd Land :
In obedience to an Act of Assembly, approved
the eighth day of April, one thousand eight hun
dred and sixty-nine, yon are hereby notiBed'that
tbe '-County Land Lien Docket." containing the
list of unpatented lands for Clearfield county. pie
pared under the Act of Assembly of the 20th of
May one thoasand eight hanUred and sixty-four,
and tbe supplement thereto, baa this day been
forwarded to the Prothonotary ef the -county, at
whose office it may be examined. The liens ean
only be liquadated by the payment of tbe pur
chase money, interest and feea, and receiving pat
enta through this Department.
JACOB M. CAMPBELL,
Oct. 27, '69-4 m Surveyor General.
rpiIE WONDERFUL LINIMENT.
This Liniment having been used, for
some years paat,as a family medicine by tbe 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 thjaj best remedy for
Catarxh and Billions Cholio, ever offered to the
pablie; and will cure many other diseases in the
human body. It is also a sure cure for Pole evil
and Wind-gAlls in horses Directions for its use
accompany each bottle. Price. SI per bottle, or
six bottles for Si. Sent to any address by enclos
ing tbe prioe to WM U WAGONER.
Oct. 6, 1869. Clearfield coucty, Pa.
QIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Mat'facturer and Wholesalk akd Retail
DeALBB IS ClCABS 4MB TOBACCOS,
Would respectfully announce that he has remov
ed to the large and eommodious store-room, op
posite the. Court House, Second Street, where
he has opened a general assortment of Tobacco,
Cigars, ete., which he is prepared to sell, wholesale
or retail, at reasonable prices. '
ilia cigars are made of the very beat material,
and in atyle of manufacture will compare with
thoaeof any other establishment.
He has always on hand, a superior article of
chewing and smoking tobaccos, to which he di
rects the attention ef ' lovers of the weed."
Merchants and Dealers, throughout the county
supplied at the lowest wholesale priees. -
Call and examine his stock when you come te
Clearfield. June 10. 1BB8.
Advantages of tho MUTUAL Plan over tit
Return Premium Plan of
on SI. 000 eS10.e00
$8 65 $30 50
IS 0 169 00
28 50 285 00
49 95 499 50
On the ages named the rates of the Stock Coin-
any are from 25 to 84 percent, higher thi n the
Policy for $5,000 at
age of 32, on the return
premium plan of Stock
Companies, annual pre
mium.all cash, $139 50,
and no Dividend to be
made. I n ease of death
at end of 10 years, the
Stock Company will pay
Am't of Policy $5,000
Return Premium 1,395
Policy in tbe Mutual
cash, half note, for $10.
000, will eost in 10 years,
in cash, including in
terest on notes. $1,505
But the Mutual Compa
ny will pay the
Am't of Policy $16,000
Less Pr'ra notes 500
and 4 dividends.
Showing that for $110 mora Cask Premium,
the gain on the Mutual plan to tho insared mem
ber's family is Fifty Per Cent. Should death
occur at the end ot i years, the comparison would
Cash p'd Stock Co.,$69T 50-p'd to familj$5,67 M
" " Mutual " $735 00- " ' $9,500 00
At the ago of 40, the Mutual plan for $1,916 40
Cash Premium, will yield $9,360; while the Stoek
plan for $2 032 50. Cash Premium, yields $7,032.
60, Showing again on the mutual plan of $2,
327 50, and dividend.
INSURE TOTJR LIFE IN THE
H. B. SWOOPE, Agent,
A T Z E R,
Oprite tbe Jan.
Dealer ia Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Millinery
Goods, G roceries, Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Stone
ware, Clothing,' Boots, Shoes, HaU, Caps, Flour,
Bacon, Fish, Salt, eto ..is constantly receiving new
supplies from the cities, waloh he will dispose ef
at tbe lowest market prices, to enstomers. Before
purchasing elsewhere, examine his stoek.
Clearfield, February 8, 18, 0.
EW SPRING 8TOCKI
J. SHAW k SON.
Have just returned from the east and are new
opening an entire new stoek ef goods in the room
formerly occupied by Wm. F. Irwin, en Market
Street, which they now offer te the public at the
lowest cash priees.
Their stoek consist of a general assortsaent of
Dry 6oods.a Groceries, Qneensware, Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cap. Bonnets, Dress Geeda,
Fruit, Candies. Fiah, Salt, Brooms, Nails, ate.,
in fact, everything usually kept in a retail store
ean be had by calling at thta store, or will he
procured to order.
Their'stook Is well selected, and consists of the
newest goods, is of the best quality, of the latest
styles, and will be sold at lowest prices for eash.
or ezohanged for approved country produce.
Be sure and call and examine onr stock before
making your purchases, as we are determined
please all who may favor us with their enstom.
May 8, 1887. J. SHAW A SON.
R E MI0 Y A L .
IIARTSWICK & IRWIN,
Market St., Clearfield, Pa.
We bes leave to inform our old and new custo
ms.-, that we have removed oar establishment to
the new building jnst ereoted on Market street,
nearly adjoining the Mansion House on 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 Medieineseonsist of every
thing used, selected with tbe greateat care, ana
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE!
We also keep aiull stock of Dyes. Perfumeries
Toilet artioles.Soaps. Tooth Brushes. Hair Brush
es, Whitewash Brushes, and every other kind of
Brushes, vt e have a la- ge lot of
White Lead, Turpentine,
Flaxseed Oil, Paints, and in fact everything used
in the painting buaineta, which we effer at City
pricea to eaan ouycra.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
Confectionery. Spices, and the largest stoek of va
rieties ever offered in this place, and warranted
to be or the best the marxet anords.
- J. G. HARTSWICK.
Deo. 2, 1863. JOHN F. IKWIN.
PLASTER the cheapest in the county, at
May 29 '67. MOSSOP'S.
GROUND AND CNGROUND SPICES. Cirrn
English Currants, Essence Coffee. and Vine
gar ot the best anality, for sale by
Jan. 10. HARTSWICK ntWIK.
OF ALL CI5DS. ALSO,
Baggage Barrows, Warehouse Tracks. Cot;
Presses, Improved Money Draaers, a,
roa a alb ar
MERjRELL k BlGLEli,
, Dealers in Hardware,
JuneSO.J Cleabvibld, Pa. jm
C. KRATZER & SONS
are receiving a eplenIid 6tock of
CARPETS ASD OIL CLOTHS,
LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW' SHADES,
COUNTERPANES AND QUILTS.
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS,.
LADIES SILK COATS AND OVERSKIRTS, .
ELEGANT SHAWLS AND LACE POINTS
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S TEIMMED
DRESS GOOD'S AND TRIMMINGS,
BEST KID GLOVES LADIES', GENTLK.
MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S,
BLACK AND FANCY SII.K3,
FINE BLACK ALPACAS,
UNEQUALLED STOCK LADIES' ASB
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, $0,
CASSIMERES VERY CHEAP,
GROCERIES, FLOUR AND PROVISIONS
AT LOWEST RATES,
LIBERAL REDUCTION TO THOSE BUT.
ING IN QUANTITY,
WOOL, MARKETING AND COUNTRY
Clearfield, Jnne 80, 1869.
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