Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, June 24, 1853, Image 3

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    ebie railroad accident.
Susquehanna., N. Y., Juno 18.—Tho
boiler of engine No. 58, which was push
ing a heavy freight {rain up grade, when
about half a mile east of Susquehanna, on
the.lflth inst., at 4 o’clock, P. M., explo
ded, instantly killing, burning and scald
ing, a large number of person’.
Five are known to have been instantly
killod, among whom was the engineer Mr.
Arnold.
Two others were So much injured that
it is doubtful whether they will survive
till morning.
The son of tho engineer was very much
burned and scalded, and, it is thought, re
ceived soipo several internal injuries.—
Three others are known to have been
blown into the river, and as others are mis
sing, it is thought they shnred tho same
fate.
Justice Seymour held an inquest upon
the remains at Susquehanna, and tho jury
acquitted the officials of all blame in the
matter.
It was supposed that there were several
bodies in the Susquehanna river, but none
were discovered, after a careful
Howcver, the current is so rapid there that
tho torn fragments may have been carried
away. A gold ring and some pieces of
coin wore fonnd upon the bank.
Mr. Arnold, the engineer, with two oth
er victims, were buried with much sol
emnity—all tho stores in Susquehanna bo
ing closed, and craped in mourning.
Second Dispatch.—Further Partic
i'Larb. —Tho engine was an old eight
wheel driver used in helping the freight
trains over the hills. It exploded in
the rock cut between this place and
Dane-boro’ about half a milo from Cone
watca bridge. When sho started, her ten
der was literally covered with passengers
going to tho summit. Thoso who were
killed instantly were two women, Mrs.
Catharine Staterly and Mrs. Catharine
O’Day; and three men, Walter B. Arnold,
engineer, Michael Cassey ana patrick C'a
ron.
head was blown on tho rocks
of the south side of tho railroad, his body
somo rods in ahbther direction. When
his body was found the countenance was
still as natural as life. Ilia little son—a
lad of 13 —recognised it, und exclaimed,
"Oh! there’s my father!” Ho ran to ctn
braco it. The head dropped from tho
rocks, and tho brains foil into his hands.
The headless bodies of the two women
lay blackened and mangled a few rods
from the engine. Their husbands live at
ihe “summit.” Tho bodies of the two
other men lay torn and scalded a short
distance from the tender.
Six are knowu to be wounded, viz: Gil
bert Hill, slightly. A son of Walter Ar
nold, engineer now deranged; injuries n
bout tho head and neck; may recover.—
Miss Eliza Stoddard, arm blown off and
otherwise injured; has just had the stump
of tho arm amputated by Drs. Smith and
Fisher, of this place; recovery doubtful.
Mrs. John Collins has a leg injured so that
tho bones are coming out, and hand and
arm torn badly. Her husband,'who left
her, and of whom she was in search at tho
time, utterly refuses to have amputation
performed. She will probably dio to-mor
row or next day. A number of others are
slightly woundeo.
Tho causes of the accident cannot in all
probability bo ascertained. Arnold the
engineer has tho reputation of being a
careful and strictly temporato man. —
Tbreo guages of water were in the boiler
at the time when she loft tho alnlion. 58
was an ongine which has been in constant
use three or four years. Yesterday she
was in tho shop for repairs of smoko pipe.
Tbo verdict of tho coroner’s jury was—
Death by accidental explosion of boiler of
engine 68. No blame attatchcd to any
person driving the machine; nor could it
be seep that tho boiler was in any way de
fective.
Another Censure of the New Hav
en Railroad Company. —A man named
Thomas Low was, run over and killed on
iho New Haven /Railroad on Tuesday. —
The verdict of thb coroner’s jury says the
accident occurred while running at a speed
of twenty-five miles an hour —said speed,
under the circumstances, being nothing
kfs than downright recklcsstiess. The
train, &app°“ rs » was passing through a
station, where there wero other trains, at
the time of the qpcident. The jury also
censure the company and its agents for
the criminal carelessness and recklessness
in not sounding the alarm whistle , and al
so strongly censure the usual custom of
all through trains, of both the New Haven
opd Harlem Companies, in running them
at so great a speed through stations at a
time when other trains are on said stations
delivering and (receiving passengers.
Daily News.
fieiions Accident-Breaking down of a Pier-
New York, June 18—Pier No. 0 North
River, gave way this afternoon under the
jveight of iron and other merchandise,
carrying men horses and carts with it.-y
Tlio goods were chiefly from the ship
Western World and Union. One horse
was taken out alive, but others are down,
and it is feared some men are buried be
neath the wreck in the water.
Armstrong County.—There were, says
the Armstrong Democrat,two bodies found
in the river about two miles' below Kiltan
ning, on Sunday the 14th instant. The
first was found embedded in the sand in a
sjuing position, and so much decayed as to
preclude all possibility of identification.—
An old pen knife and a-pioco of red chalk
were found in one pocket. The other was
the body of a man named Brewer. A
Coroners inquest was held on both bodies.
yordict upon each, accidental drowning.
Cholera in Alexandria.— The Wash
ington correspondent of the Petersburg
Ezprtsx states that up to tho 15th utst.,
there were twelve cases of cholera, and
seven deaths, in Alexandria.
OCrGovomor Bigler Las matiOv<cm- Medicines which never fell to give Satisfaction,
porary loan of 8700,000, payabib v la one;And are used by many Physicians in their Practice.
year at six percent interest, from one of.TyM. a ( Ro6Ei*Miionorarr Memberof th# PhUida:-
ni ,, , , , . ' mL MJ pbia MedloalSocUiy. and iradnatad.in UfiOJMrqm the
the BanKB in Philadelphia. Iho money 'Unlvmlty orPenniyivama.tiDder thecoidance of tbe truly
. , j . ,t *« .• { vr em neat Profmtori rbyifok. Chapman.tiibson, Cose. Jamet
to DO applied to txiocompletion Ot lueiMOrtn atulnnre~aamoico!ebratea Jbr medical science*—and haying
r, .y,* *i,„ ' haddally Interconrwand cbniuiullon wjththoi»diiUna(.uh*
Branch Canal, and the avoidance or respect ng disease* or on Kindt, and iho proper,
ni 0 ; nftD __ *u 0 p«-»nitn Pntl ; therefor. and bciaa solicited by thousands of hi* i
Plaines On tno Allegheny Portoga XxUIU up hUPraparatiOQi.ho nowclTais to thepub‘
ThJo mim ...tik ©*>£o 11(10 fri kft 01 the resultsut H» ex srienoe lor the pas' thirty yean.
rOQQ* X HIS sum with Sj?i<JOU,UUU to DO the followltiK vclubble Family Medicines* oacb one lulled to
paid by the Girard and Mechanics’ Banki ft J pno f m i dl £ M *, : ... . _ . .
£ % , * ♦ • • . 1 1 Df. J. S- Itoso s *\ervous and Invigorating Cordial,
for their winch are appropriated | The diloo „ ry in M „ lioal Bcio » Qe _ Fo ,
to the North Branch Canal, will furnish |
ample means for finishing theso works »oniopntjai,ior ninawaprihaiioait. Palpitation,Numb
, r o t non* Neuralgia. Notions Tremor of inoMnsclcs, Heartburn,
With energy. MninleDuy.painlntheFaoe, Wakefulness. Restlessness, or
for Wind or Body worn down by care* labor, or study, batin'
OCrTho Enchanted Mountain, in Toxas
i 9 an immonso oval rock, 300 feet high, i
situated about eighty miles north from
Bastrop. Its surfaco is polished; and, in
sunshine, dazzles tho beholder at a dis
tance of threo or four miles. Those who
ascend it hove to wear moccasins or stock
ings, and, like those who went up to Mount
Horeb, must put ofT their shoes. Tho Ca
manchos perform their religious rites on
this singular hill. j
03“ The cost of building railroads now,
in consequenco of the advance of wages
and increased price of materials, is said to
bo 40 per cent, moro than it was threo
years since, according to an estimate in
tho Cincinnati Railroad Record,
Tobacco. —There is much complaint in
Kentucky about tho prospect of a short
crop of tobacco. The Henderson Courier
of tho 16 th says : “There will not be to
bacco plants enough to plant more then
one half tho amount first intended. The
plants have been distroyed by bugs and
frost.
fatal case of cholera has occured
in the St. Louis Charity Hospital, and two
were reported in the city by a German
physician. The latter persons uro suppos
ed to have been emigrants.
“Sammy, why don’t your mother
mend that rip in your troifsers?” “Oh,
she’s gone to the sowing circle, to make
clothes for poor childcrn /”
men would follow the advice they
gratuitously bestow upon others, what a
[ reformation would be affected in the world.
MARRIED.—On the 16th instant, by '•
Friends Ceremony, Mr. George VV. Wai
ters, to Miss Elizabeth E. Moore, all of
Penn township, Clearfield county.
On Tuesday evening tho 22d instant,
by the Rev. Dr. McLeod, Mr. Lewis Irwin,
to Miss Amelia Smith, all of this plucc.
DIED.—On the 22nd instant,at the res
idence of his son, at Clearfield Bridge, Mr.
John Devine in tho 70th year of his ago.
The deceased was a nativo of tho county
of Tyrone, Ireland, and emigrated from
there in 1800.
FITS! FITS! FITS!
THE VEGETABLE EXTRACT
EPELEPTIC PILLS)
For thecureof Fits, Spasms, Cramps,and
all Nervous and Constitutional Diseases.
PERSONS WHO ARE (.ADORING UNDER thl» dii
timing malady wrl And ths VEGETABLE ELEfTIC
PILI<H, to be ihe only remedy ever dLcoveieri lor curing bp
ilepsy. or Tailing Fit*.
lhe«e Pill* poiiets n specific actioq on Ilia nervous system ;
aad. although they me I'repmed especially fot (bo purpose ol
coricf they will 6* found oreipaalal banefit lor ah per
sons afflicted with weak nerves, ot whose ceryons si item ha*
been urusirated or shattered from any enuse whatever. In
chronic complaints,or riiw ueioflonystaotliof . supsriaduct-d
by aerroainns- Uioy ftre exceedingly beneflual.
Pries 93 per bot, or two boxo* for 9a. Persons oat of th
city, esolosioE a remittance, will have the Pills sent through
the mail, free of postage. For saleby BLTH d. IIANCE.Ni>-
IIW. BALTIMOHEt'T . BALTIMORE, Md , to whom orders
from all nans of (he Union mast bo addrested, po>i paid.
May k 7. 1363.-Iy.
How AdlvoirftasomoimltSo
Cs^ce>upg3Q633<»
NEW AND CHEAP CASH STORE.
'IMIE undersigned would reipectfally inform their friends
1. aud the onb to Koaerally that they have openrd a Btore
at RL'JOUINGTfJN, Formerly known as Bloom's Black
smith dhop. Clea’fieH county, Pa, wnh anew aud tniendtd
assorlinantnfGßOCElUEß.DßY READY-MADE
CLt) TIMNO. BOUTS and SHOE*. bUMuEK HAIR.
CROCKERY. HARDWARE and CUTLERY. WOOD and
TINWARE, DRUG**. MEDICINEd, Btc,selected wilb great
care in the Philadelphia Market, which ;hey are prepared to
sell at most citoniibink low pnaes. Oar friends, and tbo
public in reuerai are invited to call and ex&miub-our s’ook.
LUMBER, GRAIN , and all kinds of oonutry produce in
koo jo eich&nite for Good* at the highett market ptic-t. and
I he ucth lo nr. case refused. ÜbX 2k B '.J ) )M,
June 24, ihsd.
COURT SALE
OIF Y&Bm&M© ISoaH Isßtt&ftOo
I_>Yordeiol theOrphan*' Ooart of Oleatfiold oonty, there
L> will be cold at PUBLIC VKNDUtJ. Croat ory, on the
premiie* 'n
Saturday the 1 6th of July next,
AM lha right title interest and claim of CUNRAD MFU
WINE. Job . lute of Brady township, d»c’d., of in and to a
certain tract oflaod In ss'd township, bounded by land of
Conrad Moiwine. Hr., E i Rube! and other*—containing
Ninety Acres, more or less, with a Cabin
Houso and Barn erected thereon, and
about fifteen acres cleared
TERMS.—Ona third on confirmation of sale, and the bsl
ato 1» two equal annual payments, to be secured by bontf
ana mortgage on the premnes. D .. t
CONHADMERWINE.Sr., Adm'r.
Brady township, June W, RJo3.—t*.
VALUABLE DODDLE SAW MILL
And NINE Acres of Land for Sale.
TIRE Bnhsorlber will nil on rsaroaablo terms, thst wel l
X known large DOUBLE SAW MILL, situate on the nv
er between Cloatfidld and Corwenivill,. t»mth«r with on,
acre, of land udloloinr. on which beildei th«
Mill. ONE DWELLING HOUSE, and KirCHEN.a large
BTAULE. together with other necessary buildings.
For terme and other partiodare WITya nn‘?R RFAD '
ding ontbepremetle. . ALKXANDbR KLAU.
June 84. Ic63.—Btn.—pd.
Chain Pinups.
-I■‘HE Bnbicribet. have constantly on hand • °f
I CHAIN PUMPS.which they arapteparod to fit up and
pnt In operation on tho preatirca of any and all perwnr dun-
PUMPS.oen hoaccomm,dat.3 by
Clearfield, June 24, 1858. ___
Estate of A. Ellis, deceased-
NiytlUE is hereby given. tKat letter* of Administration
hain bwn gfanle* to the eubioriber op the a tata of
ABAl 1 !! ELLIS, late of 801 l township Otearfieltboonnty—Bll
pjnon^hfrlng° clal mi 3XT&
dissolution of Partnership.
TUB partnerehip horetoforn eiiit IngbetwMnlho .nhicnber.
S. hcr.alte, ho ocn lnned
l, Both°partner, will attend to ejoslng
Clearfield, Jnn.Bl. 18i3.-Bt. A. M. HILLS.
Estate of Samuel Haines, deceased
[ff™ 1 10 "iMWJUBSKU 1 EiX.Neiv Cnmcetlsnd.
June ID. 1853.—dt. ' -
Estate of Anthony Eratzer, deceased.
jr A U .?!| I .?«rt-.7 R W , !’ER KRATZEB. Adnt-r.
doced many pliyiioiam to n*e it in thelrpraotico. For a woak
constitution it li a good restorer; it completely removes from
the system all nervous Irritations, and Ualmost miraoulousin
Its rapid and happy olleot. Tho weak and the nervous are
frequently restored to perfect health before aslng one bottle.
Puce filly cents.
SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PURIFIER.
A valuable Spriu/rMedicine Tor Pnnfying the Blood it lo be
Toond in UR. Uo3E’ti SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND.—
This preparation it made of frcth (Isadoras Sarsaparilla, and
combined with other ingredient*, to render it the very best
Blood Purifier made. At Spring and Hammer Medicine, or
Drink, itii psUt&ble, ref nth. nit end mediolnal ; it ii alio era
oaaiont in eniiohing the Blooc outing all Sam Eruption*
and Ditoatet, Scrofulous Bores, Venereal Uitcatctaodiitbsd
etfeois upon tho constitution, Droptlonl Hwelltoct. Rheuma.
tiim from Mercury. Uilet. Old Bote*. Kidney and Bladder Af
(eotioni, and raisin* up a weak and brokencomiitn ion from
any cause.—Price, #1 for quart bottle*: 60 olt foreman bottle*.
do you suffer with any tain?
ITron do. are Dr. ROSE'S PAIN CUKER, l! caret Tooth
ache. Bore lhruat, Eartche, tstlfft Neck, or Point in the race,
ia n few minutes. It caret quickly, Pain la the Stomach or
Bowels, Curet'Cinlbljint, Coins andany lmia'ion on the teet.
It acta like aebarm (or Pain* in the Side. Eimbsor Back, and
for Rheumatism from a sudden cold, iliimoxicalin its etleo's.
la bottle* ld>6 It and M centi.
Liver Dißonaen, Dyspepsia, and Billouu Ilubila.
If year Liver is deranged, yo r akin will ba.rwliow ; Dy».
Pepsia and Oil Ilona condition of the system will follow; yon
will be troubled wihcold feet, variable appetite, and depreie
ed spirits. By t-krogDr. ROSE'S oelebratcd Railroad or
Antrtiillioui Pills. roo will toon tind all the above bad apron*
tom* dl.ai'poar, They give strength and richneu to the blool.
Boses la>4 and 25 cents,
Theta Pitta are called RAILROAD PILLS beoauso they |0
ahial of all other Pllla in theirgood elfeuti.
tSTFiIEE FROM MERCURY,
i ALSO.—Dr. S. Robo'm Alterative or Blood Punfi*
cr, Cough Syrup or Expectorant, ttlienmotic Coni'
I pound, Dyspeptic Compound, Compound Extract of
| Duchn, Tonic Mixture. Astringent Compound, Hair
Tcnic.Thick, Magic Liniment;Carminative Balsam.
Worm Killer or Vermifuge, Croup Syrun, Golden
I Pills, Female Pilla, Alterative orForoily rills, Pile
j Ointment, Tetter ur Healing Ouitment, Eye Oint
ment, Eye Water, Strengthening Plasters, French
i Specific, Acoustic Oil, Infant Cordial, Klexir of Opi
um, Liquid Hair Tonic, Whooping Cough Syrup,
and Female Specific.
All of the sbora pre.-aratl.mi, with Or. RUSE’B MEDI*
UAL ADVISER, to persona in lickneu and in health, to be
hid nt EDMUND E UtlHrtN SR, Morntdole. CLaifteld ci> .
it. D, FATTEN, C&rwe&aville, and of dealert gooejally
j throojhout the Stnio. > June 24.185J.—?tn.
JOHN M. CIIAfiK,
New Store.
FfIHE undenigned respectfully inform the inhabitant! of
1 ulearftJd county, that they haveopeued a STORE in
lb* town of ANSuNVILLE. In Jordan towmbip. at the
intenootion ef the Dion llopo turnpike with the Chtrsi Uieek
read, and offer for tale a fall tnpply of
C<Ej“CE>aE>cOS3 a
Groceries , Hardware, Drugs. Patent Med
icines and all other articles usually
kept in a country store.
Ailofwhtoh will be told at moderate prices for carb. or ex
changed for DRAIN. LUMBER, be. Our ncighbira we
r»«pectM>|iy aik to call, and aunre them we intend doing bo
lineie at m low rate* a* caih purchase* will aftnw.
June 24.18i3.—ly. CHASE b SWAN.
Town Lots
THE tuWlber Informs tbo:e who are dwirouiof pnreha*
mi'IOWN LOTS that he will uitpoieof a number in
the town of ANSON VII,EIv. tire loctUoo of which often
great Indaucmenti to Meohaoio* and other*, situated a* it it
to a scod agricultural omntrv where an abondanor of
employment can bi prooured. The GLEN HOPE turnpike
fnm TYRONE CITY paun through it, and other improve
men's are contemplated
1 Application fo< lo t may be made to the subscriber on the
pf^rn l ***. HENRY SWAN.
AnsonvTe, June K). 1F63 —if.
ES<3s>'&y 2
jail now opening oneof the beit ASSORTMENTS
isimdl Suananmaff ©®®dle
ever brought toour town. Penocs within* to buv good* M
the FAIREST PRICES, bad bettor be on band ioju. Thou
itock of
DRY GOODS
ti quite attentive, and will bear the oloteil inspection a*'to
quality and price, and (heir stock of
Groceries, Queenstvare, Hardware, Boots
and Shoes <s-c., tyc.,
ero equal in every respect to any tuing ot the kind ever before
offered in this motion ofcountry.
THE LADIES aro infored that their selections of FINER
lES will be foaed entirely lo their tulle. tST* FIRST DOME,
FIRSTBKRVLD. UtWIN & SMITH.
Ciet field. May W. 1H53.
M TAVERN STAND M
IN CUR WENS YILLE, Pa.
THE lubtotiber nrjpores to sell at PRIVATE BALE, his
I.AKGK AND CONVENIENT HOTEL in tho town
ofCUUWENSVILLE. known as the
Affinoooaim 13®ms®°
It li iltUQtod on tno northwest corner of Biota and Filbert
f*‘tre«t», and lo the centre ol the basinets Dart of hs town.—
Tne home Is 45 by 48 f*et. two stories high wlh a
uni) ii ovory way oaioulateJ for e pubtio house. Thor 1 i* al*
so on the premises a l&rco and convenient stable, together
with Qli other necessary holdings.
The property w ill be sold on tho most favorable terms, and
for further information application may be made either to the
tabicriboroa tho premises, or to W, A Wallace, at Clearfield.
June 11. Ibod. ISAAC BLOOM Jr.
Cheap Cash Store.
WM. A. MASON\ Curtvensville,
HAS just returned from the city of Philadelphia vrith a
splendid assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware, Boots & Shoes,
Hats, Caps and Bonnets,
And everything else usoally kept in a Retail Store, and all
of which will be sold FOR CAml on os reasonable terms as
can be had elsewhere in theoounty.
THE LADIES
Are particularly requested to call and examine his stock ol
Bonnets, Laces, Uwm, and other Artloies before
purchasing elsewhere* as they cannot fail to be ploa.ed with
theCIIEAP CASH STORE on Slate street,
one dcor west of Montelius*. Ten Eyok & Co’s.
Curwenivilio, May UO. 1883 —if. W. A. M.
New Store ! New Store ! I
POWELL, REED & WEAVER
A REjuit now opening at hair new STORE-ROOM in the
ft. borongh of Clearfield, one of the largest and best aisort
oienli of M ERCHANDIoE ever brought to the oountr, and
which thoynow ofter to the old customers of Biglers Co.,
as well as te tho pubtlo at large, upon each term* as cannot
fail to give entire eatisfaction , ,
THE LADIES will find at their Btore such a selection o
C23CDC£)a£l£3
As that never saw In Clearfield beforehand bj for DRY
GOODB, generally, aad GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
UUEEnSWABE.so.. they cannot bo eurpaiied either In
qq^gy* f Thosa wEo don't believe it are Invited lo call and be
WM POWELL. a. L REED. IF. WEAVER.
Clearfield, May 11J1863.
M®4n®o & (D&m4n<a>m.
WIIEBGAB on th.lld day of June. 1853. my_ wife SA
RAH left my bed and board wjthoot any Jnit can.,
or provocation, and tneiefbial hereby caution and forewarn
all parsons from bea ding, harboring, or I trusting.her any
amount whatever on my accoant a, lam determined to mi
no debts of her oonliaotlng afler thl» data unless competed
b f hn - ISAUU 11. WARRIOR.
Bee cat ta township. Jane P. 18j3.
0 Cents Howard- **
T» UNAWA Y from th, inhroriber on or
Jtv about the Ist ol March last, my son
jAOOIt HESS, aged abont 18 rears. Bald
JACOB Is stout buUt.6 feet 6or I Inches iqfUlSi
high. Tba above reward bat no tbenks OkV
will boglveo for bis return, and the publid. l|w
are oautioaed against bnibormg or trusting
"Ztmwu'FhTp. Ma, 201853-3 C. ISAAOJi
Wantett^
inn COHD3 STOVE-WOOD CUT. EED
.cuatfield. Jiin# 18,18 M.
VALUABLE SAW-MILL PRUPERTX,
Timber, Timber Land and
Iron Ore for Sale s
THE sobicriberwllltell the following detorlbed valuable
REAL ESTATE via:
mj** 1 The one undivided half part of a TRACT
.*“• OF LAND, conttdaing lWacrct, ormore,i:t*
a ate on filoshaonon Creek, which it the line between Coatr#
and Clearfield countiei. fiJost of thi« tract is tiilablo land,
andnartof it well timbered with. White Pine.
niJ A ,The undivided half part cPa Traot or
Land,alto situate on Moihannon creek,
and adjoining’the nbovs name! pDoeof land, oontalng 407
aoici, or mote. There is great Water*Power on this traot. the
Creek aflirdlng toftlclent power for n Forge, and Rolling*
Mill. The Six Mile Baa and the Thru* Milo Run (in which
are plentyofTrool) empty into the Motjjaunon on tbli tract,
each or which ailord Lorn one to two good mill teats. There
ia a first ra'e newly built Goarod Baw*MUl. 19 feel wheel, on
(hit traot. on the power of the Three MU* Hun. The Turn
pike lead mg. from Clear field to Uellelonte pane* through thi*
traot. Tho distance from thii plaoe to Untoville, on the
Bald Eaglo Plank Roed, 19 rnilei. To Julian Fnrnaoo, and
Hannah t urnoce about 14 to It* mile*. The distance to the
rivor by tbo road Uor 1U miles—lo the mouth of the creek, by
water, UJ miles. There It a
Vein of Iron Ore on this Tract,
And within 60 or 60 rods of water power. TMt It tho plaoe
spoken of by Proieuor Rogers.in hit Geological Report of 164 L
where he says, "Six mliei northiOit of rhiiiptburg, on the
Tornpike. I* tho red shale or formetion JCI, Immediately be
low the oonglomerato of formation XU," £kc , &c,—and olo*-
et hit remarks by laying, * This place-s worthy of a forth?*
invMtlgotion.'' Ull UMIOUS CUA 1 * and tho best of 1151*
OER are abundant in the neighborhood
Tho Terms will be made oaiy. and an Indlipatan'e tit.e
givej. Apply to tho inbtctiber ttx roi e* south of Convent
villa, near rrolt Hill Post Olfiov, Cleaifie’d county. Po,,—or
to JOHN B. THUMAS, Unionvitle. Centro oounty. Pa..
[Fleming p. O. J—or to David Bi'ser, who reside* on the
promos.
Saltao
1 will altoitll from FOUR HUNDRED to ONBTHCJUfi-
AND good Haw Logs, tvhloh will culn good deal ol < nan ?‘
Lumber. Said Ines are about one mhe nbovo Dr floyt t
a.ill on the river hill, nud about 2H mile* abovo Air. Owen «
m il. The river ia wido here, and they can be driven, or
sawed at the above rolil. Thoio logs can he pot into the
liver for le*tthan #S CO per M foot boards, at any time.
WILLIAh O. BUTLER.
Jane 16.1613.
The ‘‘Lauoeater Intelftgenoer" will insert the above three
times omitting the latter part relating lo taw logs—and the
"Clinton Democrat" will mien tlm p *rt of the above relating
to the tale of taw logs, tbreo time*, ana tend their billilothis
ciftoe.
Truth is stranger than Fiction,
And beats it by far,
As any one will tell you
Who calls on !
A JM. HILLS,
AT (he OH Stand, in the west end of the MANSION
HOUSE, where he U determined to supply all those
who may favor him with a call with anything in the lioso.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots
and Shoes, Queensware, and
Fancy Arliclcs, on l^io
VERY CHEAPEST POSSIBLE TEEMS,
Fon.uehto indeed at to DEFY ALL COMPETITION.—
And l make the assertion of sel'ing
The BEST Goods nt the Lowest Prices.
We urede'ermU d to stand op to the Rack Fodder or no
Fodder, and
Sell lower than any other person in this
town dare sell.
All am now trlliov «bL for Ihtt K CADY JOHN DA VIA.
I am bound for QUICK BALKS, and the leait micgina I*
profir*
(&~So give us a call, and be sure and
bring "John" along with you.
* Cleat Geld, June 16,1652.
HENRY SWAN
Opposition TO Imposition.
JOHN, bnng In the Lightning Rod, and tlirup theaai
mt!i, and tnen let at go down to
J. Bo §HIW 5 §
New Establishment ,
AT HILL’S OLD CORN ER!j
They do say he has got tho tallest lot ofj
COMFECTIONERY, NICK NACKS &
FANCY ARTICLES, that ever slipped
over the Allegheny Ridges. Besides a
smashing lot of GROCERIES, and deci
dedly the largest and best assortment of
LIQUORS
That onr little bar* bar been stirred uo with. And then
they »ay he teilt thvm so oheap too And if yoa Bramble,
he'll carry ihero away for yoa inlolbo bargain—or give you a
Biftnol LEMON ADR a fewNCTS, tomeCANDY, oral
least a o'eaiant SMILE, and n Yankoe eighteen penee.
John , let Blue Ruin alone, and we II go
toJ. B. Shaw’s. His terms are cash, but
they say he has small profits.^Q
Cle.vlield Jone 10, iris 3.— 8 *.
Caution.
ALL persons known to ote YALE’S BELF-BETTER3
In ine county of Claarfieltl, will plcais com* anu settle
the oi* of the Right with L. K. CARTER, et Clearfield,
who is authorised br me to make amicable te nement* for
the same. Boil wii be intlUuted agamit all nenon* neglect,
log thin notice. UUBLRI LY I LE.
AIjL pertoni wish or to purahaie Rights and Blooks for
Uprjtbt and Circular caw-mills will call on L. R. Car
tor who I this day authorise to make contract* forth? same.
Juns II pd.-Cm ROBLRT LYTLE.
Hannah SVimcrniiz.'j In Iho Common Hlcae o/
by her nevt friend I (.’leorfield counly. No. 35,
David Winierniti, Feb, terra. 1853. Alia* Sub
v*. 1 pamx in Divorce a vinculo
Joseph Wiaternitz. J nmtrimoni, roturned M i\ol
Found."
To JOSEPH WINTERNITZ, the Deft.
TAKE NOTICE Ib-It you are required to eppetr ie the
Cuurl of Oomtno * Pleis of Ceetfie'd counly on the
THIRD MONDAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT, to antwer
toe complaint or ItANNAU WINTEKfU'i Z. by b«r next
friend David WintofQiU. and show oiuse. ii any yoo have,
why said llanoah should net be Divorced from the bond* of
Mstnmvny. WILLIAM POWELL. 8h’Q.
Sherifl’s OHicy, Clearfield. June »t<, 1853 —pd
LIST OF TRAVIS JURORS for Sept, term, 1851
George B. Dale Farmer Pike township
ctamool Caldwell do do do
Abraham Bady uo do do
William Price do do do
Nathan Clover do do do
J.P. Norris do do do
Lorens Earlline do Kanban* do
Juba Patterson do Jordan do
George Erhard do j°
Jossph rsttsr >lo Moms do
Johu Sliowalter do do do
George Beam* . do o® “ <,
John Millo* Lumbe mnn do do
Richard Glenau Bhoemaker Clearfield botough
G W. Orr Biaohtmtib do do
Wm. Mapes farmer Lawreao#township
N. K. Bloduliin do do do
John Daughorty .do do #do
Levi Luts Merchant Covington ao
Bamnei Bpeuoer Fsitner P«n <lo
J. B. Begner Tailor do do
W. 8. Perter Laborer do do
Patrick Daily Farmer do do
O. Gillagber karmer Burnside do
John Weaver Alercbani do do
Joseph Ixrve ace Tailor rr» a j
Samuel P. BhofT Farmer Wool ward do
Daniel Philip* do do do
Thos, McGhee do Bell do
T. B. Davie do Ferguson do
ThomasOweni do do do
George Dillen „ do Beccaria du
8. B- Hiller BtaokimUh Boggs do
John Gearhart Farmer Decatur do
John McCully do Che*t do
Henry Uite do Qif«d do
LIST OF GRAND JDRORS for Sept, term, 1851.
John C. Heed Caipmter CuiwM.vill.
John Ream.
John Uechlol |! u !">
John Urenno*d 9*™“.
Joma flsllnjho, ‘ lo " B, *«
John Mltoheil <jo
Jet to Hatton do
William MlobaeU d»
James Orosimao Jo
Jacob Poarca d*»
John Tamer do
AdamGeaiba.t Co - -
Abraham Kjlar Jo M®”"
SSSKft’&Sr ft
uSJ&iSid - CMpanlo, Boro’CU...o.U
Wm. Bnndjr l.omb.imao Bn.ton
FoM!U, »
ft -
AmlermD Mouar Jo
| VVilllam Mlohaelt di
Common Schools*
K-fa‘. ,C “ ia ' 4 ' "ffizhncfr anoun,.
K .oo«i. towa.hU>. •« »g« «owa.h.P dj *g jjs
&d 32 SSSfcSK :Si gg
Brady ° do lOOOdJofdaa do 6<ta
ilurniWo do 10140 Kanaaai do Jg M
KSt astesT" -2 .*52
Eg—-, is® s,,M
Bs£ & 8 »$»...* V p
ms s «3Si?
ttommon Bchooli to <t>* Commit. Linen or Onai field oonaty.
tsdon film fathlt opije. g Cl'k.
Oonxinictere Office, -laiis 10, ISis. '
BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF CLEARFIELD CO.
DR F. ANTES,
lIAVINQ onrohsied the propotlT »nd ® r Dt.G.F.
H HOOPS, tenders his professional ser- ices lo the oi'laoas
of I'HENOHVILL.E and »ioinlt».—Offoe one door eyt ot
LU'l '/S’ Store. “ u -
DR. GIBBONY F. IIOOP,
HAVING chanced hi, tesldeuce srom Fronohville. to Kr
lartvillo. in Morrif township, leiiNOtfully cfrm hisser
vioes to the »»• noon ding community. Jane 10. Accy,
DR. R. V. WILSON,
HAVINO removed hli Cilice to hU new dwelling on Se«
ooad street, will promptly aoiwcr ml professional onus,
os heretofore. Cloarfiield. Juno lb lota.
SAMUEL ARNOLD,
MERCHANT and PRODUCE DEALER. Lnlheretmrg,
Clearfield oountr, Fa. April 17, ItLsst.
ROBERT McNAUL,
TANNER—At ihe JLD STAND In Cnrwoiisvllle.
A Per.iW.iH’l
RICHARD MOSSOP,
Retaii.ek op foreign and domestic mer
chandise & LtUUUKS—At Bigler h l.Vi. old
Hand. Also, on the westsideof shUtreet. D00.8U.1001.
WM. P. CHAMBERS,
Wheelwright, chaibmaker. end house &
IJIUIIN FAlNTER—Curwonsvillo. IgH
B. F. STERLING,
SADDLE St AARNES3-MAKER. nnd JUSTICE OF
THE FEACE—Carwonsiillo. Dcc.BB.IEM-
HENRY LORAINE,
PHYSICIAN and DRUGGIST, on Merkel,treat,opposite
hit residence. Clearfield. April lb, IoSJ.
A. K. WRIGHT.,
MERCHANT AND EXTENSIVE DEALER IN I.UM
DEU—Southwest Comer ol the Dlamodd-Lleaifi Id.
D«0. IB*. IBM.
JOHN W. SHUGERT.
WAGON MAKER, corner of Third and Locnst street,,
Clearfield. Kepaiilng done to order. April. 10. oil.
HURXTHAL & BROTHER,
MERCHANTS end LUMBER DEALERS. Woodland
Poet Ofllce, Biadford tp.. Clearfield co. AnnlJ7, 62.
GEO. RICHARDS,
Fashionable- TMLuR-wcit end oi shaw’e n 0»
un eia<r.—Clearfield. Deo. CO. 185..
O. B. MERRELL,
rdOPI’BR. TIN At BAEET IRON WARE MANUFAC.
V./ TURER—At Bolesel’eold eland on Marcel itre.l-Cleer
ILId. Deo 80. 'MI.
THOMAS MILLS,
COACH ANI) SLEIGH MAKER, on Third s'reet. ho
(wood Market und l.ooQil. Ciaarlield, Pa, Apnilo. w.
H. P. THOMPSON,
Pll VBICI AN— May be found either at hie office, or at 80011-lil
ll-lil 'e l.jtel—Ccrwen. villa—when not not orolvsiiouallr
B r,eui. Deo. UP.1851.
GEO. W. RHEEM,
SADDLEH. HARNESS 8t THUNK MANUFACTURER
—UuBiCOQiI itieot irmnedraiely over C. D- Watsons
Drug 8»ore »*0- ao - ..
CHAMBERS & KLEPFER.
WHEELWRIGHT At CHAIRMAKERS. &0.-Bridf
poit. Tike .ownibip. D»o **. «»*-
GEO. B. GOODLANDER,
WAGON i MAKER—Lnthersbnrc- Work done to order
od inorl noUoe. and on good termi. Dec. IrJ, bl.
DR. S. L. COBLE,
fk HYSlCtAN—residmceone mileerntol Clearfield Bridge—
it will attend lo *JI call* on the shortest
MRS. ELIZA IRVIN,
Extensive retailer of foreign and Do
mestic Merchaodize —East end of Slateetieet-Lo rwent.
¥ ,lj ß Deo. SO. 1861.
THOMAS SHEA,
FASHIONABLE TAlLOR—lnShaw'e flow, on Market
itreet, immedinrelr over the Post Ooo—Clenlield
Deo. 29,1551.
SAMUEL B. TAYLOR,
TANNER, and BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURGR
-1 Caiweeerdle. DfO. 18. 18M.
GEORGE W. ORR,
BLACKSMITH. In hie new Shop OD Third street. lonlb ol
Market Clearfield. Pa. Mar 1.1851
„ ELLIS IRWIN & SONS,
AT the raoath ol L:ck Han, 5 miles from Clearfield -
MERCHANTS. aodextsuaive Lumber manufacturers.
June 18,186.1.
WILLIAM A. WALLACE.
A TTORNEY AT LAW. Office adjjinmi bli residsnoe on
C\ Boooad ttreet opposite the reiidenoeol Gov. *Vf' e *Liear
field Pa- April D.IhSU
Agent rot ti.iaieof sruVEti. MiLtfJEAniNG aod
CASTINGS of ell kind,. Alio. ItAB IKON B NAILB.
Tbrethin, M.ohinc,. Plow,, A,ncollnr.l lmid.m.nL «o .
oo beoood itreet. ooder the I’riaiing Uffioe mh.W
M. E. WOOD,
PHYSICIAN. Mar always be found at hie residence U
(Jurwensvilla, when noi professionally absoni.
Deo 18.1.
WILLIAM BLACKSHAIRE.
CABINET and OH AIR MAKER, and HOUSE andSIGN
PAINTER one door souihol the Frauylarian Lhnrcli,
on second street. Cleaifield Pa. April 10, los‘i.
JAMES BIDDLE GORDON,
ATTORNEY AT I.AW. Clealfirltl Pa., mar l» ooßiolt
ed in French or German. Mar to. lew.
DAVID SACKET,
CABINET AND CHAIR MAKER. Locn.t between
Buooed end Third. Olearheld, Pu. Apnl Id, ImX.
A. L. SCHNELL,
TAILOR— do bid work j-ostas rood an
as cheap, as any othor fellow Deo. «&. 1851.
J. D. THOMPSON,
BI.ACLBMITH. W0,0n., Biu.ie., tic., tils.. Ironed on
short ootloe. and the very best »i>ie, at hiioUl stand 10
the boroach of Uarwen«v|ll«. Deo i9.iooil.
LEVER FLEGAL,
OLACKSMITH. i.olboriljurf. Pa . will olt.ndlo oil bo.l-
K DC in hi. lino, owd will atio tumuli W AI.UNB, BUG
-I*l £S, &0., very cutup, and manufactured in the best style,
and warranted. Aug. 7. IBoH.-y.
ISAAC SMITH,
MFRCHANT. AND DEALER IN LUMBER AND
Uouotry Prod uue generally—State street, betweeni Cherry
and l^ocust—Uorwensvillo. Dec. SO. 1851
THOMPSONS, HARTSOCK, & CO.
IKON-FOUNDERS— Utuvren.vllle. Ad eiteD.ivf Ot.or
meat ofUastmgi made to order. Deo. W.
THOMAS H. FULTON, & CO.,
MERCHANTS, aadexicnsivs dealers, and Manufacturers
ol Lumber, Bald Hu's. July HS.IBfIJ.
JOSEPH H. BRETH,
BI.ACKSMl i'll . at NEW WU-IHNGTON, Clearfield
ooamy, where all kinds of work is done in his line cl
business no the shortest tvUoi and most reasonable terms.
May iO.tH63. __ -
\VM. T. GILBERT,
Blacksmith— At in neiitownihip.otihe
Crow Roads leading from MoGhoe'i Mills to a*w Wash
inrtoi. and from Chert creek to tho river—where all call* in
bis line will be promptly alteadJU to. Maroh J 1&3
JAS. B. GRAHAM,-
POST MASTER, MERCHANT and DEALEIUN LUM
BER— OrnhomtoD.lirauroid lownibip.
Doe So, IoM.
C. IvRATZER,
Merchant and lumber LEAi.EU-cornoi oi
Print nod Locuit ilrtati—Clearfield.
Dec. 99,18J1.
Bjadford
do
L. JACKSON CRANS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,con be fouod at th. oflloo rorm.
ail r oconpied bjr U. R. Baneit. on Booond etreit. Cm i
fiold, Pa. Jnao 8,1368-nd.
JAS. ALEXANDER,
SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER—In hlenawihop
ODMarkatim-«i,noMMairelF»hoiel. (gJI
Uhttrd
ICftfLOaUI
JOHN 11. HILBURN,
BOOT and SHOE MAKER. 00000.1 .treat, nearly opijo.ll*
A. K. W right*i.pro.Clearfield. Pa. Apiil IB.lMf
JAMES HOLLENBACII,
BLACKSMITH, on Thud meet, between Ma.k.lhnd
Walnut, Clearheld. Pa« April lb, ittoi.
* GEORGE WILSON.
PHYSICIAN mnv b, lound at lilt OIDo, in LUTHERS
BURG, when not abssat ou prolenluual business.
February flti. lbtOL -
AUGUSTUS WEITMAN,
BASH, nod other work in his liae. will be manufactured in
tbe but style Maroh 17. J833.—1r.
J. L. CUTTLE,
A TTOfINEY AT LA W aadliAND AGENT, OIBc, nd.
/x joiamg hisfeiictsaceou Market strut,
L. R. CARTER,
GRAND EXHIBITION.
At Smith’s Dry .flood, Grocery and Clothing
523 ce> ap £L ua nfigi 8
Porformanpe every day, Sundays excepted.
I kOOßSoporint HALFPAST FIVE, A. M., Peircrmante
P 9 tooomniaaceattilX. No postponement on ncooaol tf
the were Iter. :
«EV-ER was anoh'an opn r’ttnity oUorod in DUfIVV r.Nfi
jLEtoerftrily the eyes oud mind torso LI rTLbMONEY.
COLLECTIONS! from the ANIMAL. VEGETABLE, tad
MINERAL KINGDOM, of every oounlry on tlo GLOBE,
can them bo torn. I will not attempt a description—for had 1
ihe vooabnlaryofa Dow.jr. 1 would fait far ihortof doing
justice to my
COMPLETE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT.
Bach of tlio nodionoo who. alter selecilng snoh artlolos ar thsr
wish,can pnrohato them at a VERY LOW FRILL.
Yes, at a small Advance on first cost.
To bo oonviaceJ that tho above I. Iho oa»-Ki»onsa oall.-
Com.one. comea»C SJdITH
Cnrwensvllle, May 87,180 d —Bm. ISAAC oMlltl
[MARRIAGE.
Happiness and Competence.
why is it i
THAT w, bi-hsidinnrv remain, wires In the m* ridso of
lire, broken in heollh end spirits wilh n compliant on ol
diiossee and ailments, depriving thorn of sown <«'Hre
enjoyment of In# at an nee whon ’ hysical heal h. bnoyan-r
ot*piri»s« and happy serenity of mnid, fiimng Isoruacpnui
lion of health ihould be predomlnaot. .«
Many oftho ciuaiflol her salloringsat first—perhnps »# »•
before, daring girlhood. oMh- first year* of l et miiiugs
\tere In their origin so light ci to pass onno.Ltd.
IN AFTER YEARS,
When too late to be henelittod by oor hoowleige, we Jooa
baok and maorn* and regret the lull oonseqaenoes ol uu.r
,f WhS C woald wo not often glvoto possets In earl? life, th*
knowledge we obtain in after yean. And what days au-i
nights ol angoisn we it ght have been tpa'od, if the keowi»
edge was timely possessed, it it
MELANCHOLY AND STARTLING
Tobeho’d theiloknetsand infl'etlngendared by msny a wj «
for many years* trom oaases simple and controllable, easily
remedied—or better tull-not incurred. If every
WIPE AND MOTHER , , / . .
Potretsed the information contained mi hltle.volumi, Cwun
in thereaoli of all) which would spare to I.erttH
YEARS OF MISERY. f . ,
And to her ho-.band Uio constant toll ano an*i«ty of mind .
neeeu&rily devolving npon blm fromeiUspeiaoi the wile,
withont glv eg him theopportonity of acquiring that compe
lenoe whlah hfs exertlous uro ontltled. and the po»aei«<m of
w hiob woaldMCure the happinrtiof himseil, wUeaadcuu^
d '"' SECURE THE MEANS OF HAPPINESS
Bv becoming In lime possessetl of tho knowledge, lire wnat
of which tins oaused tha .leknesinnd uovcrtvpr thonsaniu.
In Viow of snob oomeqnsnces. no vvifaor raoiherls*icoi ß iiiii
Ifihs neglec’. to nvsil harsalf of lhat knowledge In respect lu
horsslf. whloh would spare her much
ofhappinsss and prospsrit, lohor hnshand.and jwnliw anon
her childien lhat bleislag above all piloo—hpalihv bojlleL
with healthy rninds. That knowledge Is contained Inal.ttle
woik onliiled I][hf jHnriieJ IVomsn'l
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION.
BY DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
rani EMUR uF diseases of women
One Uundreillli Bso._Pfico 50 cu
[On Fine Paper, Extra Binding, ®l 00 1
First pulilinlietl in 1847, and ii ia not
SURPRISING OK WONDERFUL.
Considering that KVEKV I EM ALE, WHETHER
MARRIED OR ISO I’, can hero acguiro a ly,:
kuowlodeo oi the nature clioruetor anti muse* ot
her complaint*, with llic \arious eyroplom*, and
lliut ne.irly „„
HALF A MILLION COPIES
•Should havp been sold. .. , .. .
It U impraotlcabU to coatey fullir tho v.*jl obi It®y 1 t ®y *Jt
treated of. a* they are of a nature ttrictly Intended tor u-»
main d, or ihota contemplating m*rri*ge», bnt
tUiroaicf enjoying hsaUh t an-lthatbeauty. con cqoentQpoQ
hoatth. which 1» *o conducive to her own bapplaeM. and thel
of bw hatband. b n elher ha* or will obtain it, at hat « win
every fotband who ha* tbe love and aflecllon of hi* who at
heart, or Unit ot hit own pecuniary tinptoveneat.
UPWARDS in' ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND COjTIH
litv, been BENT UY MAIL irltliia Ui» lan few monthi
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
BE NOT DEFRAUDED.
Buy no. book nnteo Dr. A. M, M*ar|oe*n, 129, Liberty
Street, N Y.,li oa the title page, and tne entry inlhsUMk . »
Otfico on back of the tillo pace ; and Uny only of rwpactaow
and honorable dealer*, and tend by. mail and addreei tnDi-
A. M. Maurloeou, a* there are tpnnoni and •nrrepUUoa* in
fringement* ol oopyritht. .. >,.1
That none need remain nomformed npon ’J{J;
to their poaoo, their health and their bappinon, ft Pamphlet
of Thirty-tu Pokm. containing « tiaoU. with , J , l[**tle page,
and aito index of o intenta. will be tent free ofehargo toarery
» pan ol the United stare*. by addreitmg, no»tpaid. a« herein.
receipt ot Filty Cents, (or Ono Dollar for
the lino Edition, eitro binding.) "THE MARRIED
WOMAN’S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPAN
ION" is tent [mailed free] to any part of tho United
States. All letter* must he post.paid, and nddrested
to Dr. A M. MAUKICEAU, Box 1224, New York
City, publishing Office, No. 129, Liberty street,
New York t
For Saie bt Blinchand Crap, Harrisburg; J.
Swarte, Bloomshurg; J. 8. Worth, Lebanon ;J, •
Farminger. Mnnheim ; 11. W. Smith, Huntingdon ,
S. McDonnld, Unlontown; J M Baum. Now Beilin;
H A L’indz Leading; K T Morie, Cranesville, N.
V.; ft P Crocker. Brownsvillo; Went. and Stark.
Ciirbondale; Kldrcd ond Wright. William,port .
STuck. Wilkcaliurre; Geo. VV Earle, Wavneslroro ;
It Croeky, Mercer; S Leador, Hanover j 8 VVTay.
lor. Uticn ; It P Cumming., Somerset; T B Peter
»on, Phdadelphia ; John LeForge, Millord. Pa.; and
in New York City, by Stringer ond Towniend.
Adrianre, Slicrraan &Co , Dei,ill end Davenport.
Burne, und Co.
t iFFICE 188. Llb.rtr BtrMt. o,»t Gwenvdol..
M»r SO. 18j3 —dai.
Morse's Compound Syrup of Yellow Dock Boot.
THIS i> a PURELY VEGKPABLE COMPOUND, acten
lineally prepaied from tha best Roots and Herbs ol the
Materia Medlca. end has gained tte universal reputation lor
iho following effects, vix : , ... , .
Regulating and Strengthening the Liver and Uigfi*
five Organs, and clensing the Slnmoch and Bowels,
and ihu.ooila, all Billion. DieeaM,. Llvei Complaima. Dye
pepaia, Indlee-ilon, Co.tl.enti*, Pile.. Headache Pev« “*d
iv,as, Jsanalce. Nausoa. Loe.of Appetite, fico.. and cauttax
iha food to nontl.h and inpponev.iy part.
PUB IKYING 'i'li K BI.UUD—Aad ihul imiing aU Hamort.
Cutaneous Eruptions, Borofula, Salt Rheum* Erysipelas-
Boald Head. Danker. Pimpie. oa tt, face, Ulotcliw. Uloara.
Tumor,. Memorial Ditease, fencer.. Ho. . . ....
REGULATING THE SECRETARY ORGANS—Aad by
enablia, them to perform their proper function.. pruvanrin,
and curia, many pamlul and dangerou. ClMrue, . Blrnajin.
emu, aad Uaiatin, Iha NoivofaSy.temlliu. allay lot Nwv
ooi Irritatiuo. and curiag all Diseases ol the Nerves, as Hfi
'aria. Neuralgia,Cramps, fto. tl . ~ .
It is univeraoi in the euro of at 1 Femnlo Lomplnini*.
as Weakness. general debility, Irregularity, Obstructions,
dwelling of the Feet Limbs, Joints.&c. caused by weakness,
also* LUNG and THROAT COMPLAINTS, each as Colds.
Cough*. Asthma. Consumption. &c.. also. Dropsy.
Having r. aie oic of the Compound Btiud. of of Yellow
Dock Root, prepared by O. MORSE « CO., either ourselves
or in oar families, and hading it to be a very salatxry
fectual preparation, we do most cheerfully recommend H to
U e public as a very valuab'e medicine.
E Bourse. Etq . Cashier ofthe National Bank Providener.
R. I i A W Hponsor, Kiq.. Caihler Lime Rock U»»k un 410
do. Rev. Win A. Phillips, Rev J.R. Richmood.L. 8. Jonw.
editor Providence Gen. Advt.. Wen. Held.
Gyms Fisher. M. B H P .James Hutchinson. G 8. Dee, V.
J. Bales Hoot. Renj Colby, and one hundred others ol U>«
roost respectable fi*miifc» of Providence. .
This certifies that l have for a number of >**/?
tainted with the composition end
MOUSE'S COMPOUND feYRUP uF k fcLWJW iK>LR
rout 1 have also fcoen acquainted with Its modus oper*
andJ in dUease. aad can say that in all rwpeoU it U admira
bly calculated to r-tnedy tho elate of Diseases rerwhldi it is
deiignfKt. It is ttpeoially valuable in INDIGESTION* aod
all lie attendant symptoms, it ex ite* to healthy *c 1 1 on 1h j
LIVER, removes Torpor, and InaoUvity of thUnROAN.
and sUmnlatei healthy notion in nil the system. As a DCFU
RATOR or purifier of the Blood It has nosuperior. *
Provldenoe, R. 1. Jan 1, iBBd. DAVID HOLMES, M. D.
Prepared by C.MORSE & Co., no. 440 Broadway
N, York, and eold by Druggists ond others through
out thia nnd other counties. May 20,1503. ly.
C. D. Watson, Agent, Clearfield, Pu.
MR3. E. A. MORRIS,
OF CURWENBVILLE, wonlil inform the label of Uleai
field ooQurr, that she has ju*t rocoiygd a large aau rail
assortment of Spring
MnlMmsiiry ©®®cSlSp
GIMP. RIPPLE GIM.GUBBAMLR. tl a. Al*o.
Silks, Ribbons, Capes, Linings, Illusions,
FRENCH FLOWERS. FA.BB, nnd every varietr of trimm
i n „ Persons sending older* from Qdiilnuoe shall have them
immediately atunded to, All repairing done in tbe naawsi
nnd best possible manner, and op tbe sho.UsL not ce.
Cuiwsniville. May SW, i853.-Bm. E. A. W.
PENNSVILLE TANNERY.
wonldleepeclfaM? fißßOßUcato tbe!r ea«-
JL lomtrs nod pat ons generally, that they have coaimeto
ed bnslnsss opt nihe ••READY FAYV wtup, heiUrieg Li
lobe the best syifem.—lst.i becausethp «.wMbe no baddebts
to be pa.d by raxing tho e «lip ere willing to iuv. gtw Iwj
much the oa»e under the credit system.—Secondly i»e oan
sail out slock lower ihxn on credit, because vreesa make onr
returo sooner, nod thus there will bean advantage to the se*i
eras well ns the buyer.—Wp Inton 1 keeping.couiUmtfy oh*
handTausoitmnto?LKaTHLit,.auto.a. •»(*«.
Clppe*. Kips,and Cnlk-«Uns. t flurue<s liealbur
Foi which we will IftHo in ejJbinge t thehighed mailetpu*
oes. all kinds of county pro< u*o *uob ns GRAIN o{ •''•ry
itescrlpbou, Otef-Mde*. CsirskiM. lu über. Burk.
&ro . and even a liale cash would come v f l r »..'Sf S! 1
also furnisiicustomers with read* made Ooclfond Shoes,
fienn HnrnMi.CoUayi. Bridles, Ume. addles &o„ oa short
notice and at the sar>e prion which they would have lo pay
the manafaciurus rflbey bought ofthem. Hornet* sntkers,
khoSnaker*. uni urh<rs. will plsnse oa « andi etaariße OM
stock. May SU,IKW.—Um. JOHN RUBHJELL U CO. ;
Estate of Henry Hile, Sr., dee'd.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN. That Let tan of Adolf.!
litrotion have been granted on the.
(•Hate of HENRY HILE. Ben , late of Penn township.
ClearrteMcooaty,deo*n«ed. AU peiioastnuebted tosaid gtt
tate me requested to make paymeut to the
without delay—and those having demands aanlnit tbesnm*
nUpreivut them duly jettUpsat. .
May k 7, »fi3.-fi.pd HENRY Hjf.r.. Jr.*AdtniV