Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, July 01, 1853, Image 3

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    FROM CALIFORNIA.
Arrivalofthe Northern Light.-- Twomil
lionsandaguarterof Goldoniheway.—
Important from, China.—The Rebels
Nnw York, June 24.—The steamship
Northern Light, from San Juan, vyith
California dates to the first, being one
week, later than the previous ndvices, ar
rived here this morning.
The Nothern Light brings 400 passen
gers, who have a large amount of gold in
hapd.
The steamship California left San Fran,
cisco on the ‘ first instant, with the emails
and two million two hundred and eighty
three thpusatiddollars in gold oh her man
ifost. „ . '
The steamship Brother Jonathan, from
San Francisco, lstinst., brought down the
passengers who came homo in trie North-
The^Nothern Light left New York on
the sth of June, at 6 o’clock, P. M ~ and
arrived at Kingston, 10th, in the evening,
coaled and sailed for San Juan del Norte
on the 11th, at,o o’clock P. M., where she
arriypd on the 14th, at 7 o’clock, A. M.,
havipg ipade the passage in eight and a
halfdays.
Returning, the Northern Light loft San
Juan on the 16th of June, at 7 o’clock, P.
M., with 400 passengers from California,
brought down by the steamship Brother
Jonathan, which left San Francisco on the
afternoon of the Ist of June. The passen
gers crossed the Isthmus in forty hours.
The country is healthy, the roads good
nnd the rains moderate. Not a shower
had, pccurcd during the transit. The river
was in good condition, nnd the navigation
for steamers was excellent.
The Brother Jonathan, in coming out of
San Francisco, passed the steamship
Golden Gate, clipper ship 3 Sea Serpent
nnd Simoon, bound in.
Also, in lat. 27 15, lon. 115 20. Passed
the whale ship Oliver Crooker, ot Now
Bedford, standing Northward.
The Northern Light brings among her
passengers, Hon. J. B. Kerr, late Charge
des Affaires to Nicaragua, lady and two
children; J. B. Deval, Esq., proprietor of
the Placer Times and Transcript, one of
the delegates appointed to represent the
State of California at the Crystal Palace
Exhibition. .
Jamestown, at San Frnncißco
from Chiua,brought dates from that place
to tho 6th of April, from which wo learn
that the rebels were driven from the walls
of Nankin, with terrific, slaughter.
When the Brother Jonathan sailed from
san Francisco, it was rumored that a duel
was on the tapis between Senator Gwin
and J. WI McCorkle, or San Francisquito
Creek, a member of Congress. Thequar
rel originated in some ill-natured news
paper remarks. The Weapons were rifles.
Distance thirty paces. Tho result was not
known when the Brother Jonathan sailed.
Lola Montez has commenced her Cali
fornia career, and appeared four times on
the boards of the American. The houses
wore crowded. „
The ship President sailed from ban
Francisco for Port Philip, with a full
freight and about ono hundred passengers.
They wore mostly people returning to
Australia or citizens of other countries,
with but a small number ofCalifornians.
The returned Californians from Austra
lia make most melancholy statements of
their treatment in the El Dorado.
All Americans were treated with indig
nity there, being openly and grossly insult
ed in the streets. , ..
The mining accounts are favorable
from all sections, without exception.
Provisions at the mines-are cheap.
The Indians in most sections or the
mining districts had ceased to be trouble
some.
Mexican News, Ac. _ '
Baltimore, June 25.-The New Or
leans papers of Sunday last are received.
The heat was intense in that city. ,
A synopsis of Santa Annas new Mexi
can Tariff is published. The following
ports are declared open to fore.gn com
mOn°'the Gulf of Mexico, Sisal, Cam
peachy, San Juan, Bantista de Tabasco,
Vera Cruz, Tampico de ramaulipas and
Ml Ocean, Acapulco, Man
zanilla, San Bias, Mazatlan, Gaimas in
the Gulf of California. v
On the Northern frontier, Matamoras.
Presidio del Norte. On the Southern fron
tier.Comitan, and Tuxtla Chico.
Th 6 New Orleans and California steamers.
New Orleans, Juno 25--— The ateam
ship Falcon has arrived with California
mails sixty passengers, and forty thous
nnd dollars in gold, that the
Georgia left Aspinwall on the lflth tor
New York, with two million, eight hund
red thousand dollars in. gold, and two
hundred passengers. The Union also
sailed for New York the same day, via
Kingston. The steamship Pampero, from
Saw Juan, arrived here yesterday.
California dates are the f ra ° f rKhern
ceived at New York by the Northern
.te.rn.hip D.nWWeb®',for San
Juamond the Philadelphia, for Aspmwall,
1 sailed last Wednesday.
Steamboat Explosion— Hilled.^
Detroit, June 24.— 0 n Wednesday
Jrn?g, ; the steam propeller Challenge,
bound aown from Chisago, -
hniter when jo miles belpw Mackinaw,
'T*
troved and she sank in' 6ve minutes.—
ThSe wem «.me ftfteen passengers on
W wb6 were picked up by the North
SSBSSS%-«%iswp- B,,c r
The
-w.»onheV6rsttr.pround-owMdbyth
M.StrongandCapt. Hart t ofDetr6it, anq
fully insured.' ' V
A cako cannot bo oaten and -kept
too.” This prove*, says Will Winrow. is
verified by the-fact that young men can
not abuse their / health in the m.orning of
Ufo and enjoy a happy evening of old
agof-cqnnot scatter their early dimes and
have a good store of dollars to lean upon in
sensons of weakness and want —cannot
pass their leisure hours in silly amusement
and grow up to usefulness and respect
or superior mental cultivation.
DIED. —In Piko township on the 17th
ult;, Anthony Kratzor, aged about 40
years.
In this place on Wednesday last, the
29th ult., Amelia Fullerton, aged about
18 years.
In this place, on Friday morning Ihe Ist
instant, Sophia, youngest daughter of R.
F. and Margarot Ward, aged about one
year and 6 months.
FITS! FITS! FITS!
THE%£GETABI.B EXTRACT
EPELEPTIC PILLS.
For Ihecureof Fits, Spasms, Cramps,and
all Nervous and Constitutimal Diseases.
• IPIMONS WHO ARB LABORING UNDER thl. dir
P tSSSt BilSy will flodth. VEGETABLE KLEt-TIC
PILLS, to bo the only remedy aver dlicoveted lor coring Ep
"'ihipPidi'pottOßOlpednoootlonoo thooonroo, intern:
Rod. although the, are prepared•ipeoiall, for Ore pnrpoee ol
caring they will bo loaad ol aepanlal bsn.rn lor ah per
,001 afflidad with weak nervei. or whoro aarroot tr itara ha.
been proairated or ahauered from any oaoae whatever, la
ohroolccomplaiata.ordiaoaaeaorioagatandlog, aapetladoced
by nerronißoaa they are eicovdlogly beoafldol. , .
Piloe S 3 per boa. or two boiw lor •&. Poraoaa oat or the
cily.eaolotlie aremlitanre, will thaPinaaoßt IMoogh
the mall, free ofpoitag.. For taleby 88.TI1 b. HaNLE.No.
108. BaLTIUOREBT.. BALTIMORE. Md.. to whom ordera
from all narta of the Union moat be addraaaed.poit paid.
May 37.1863,-ly.
Mow Ac3lvoffftnc©M©ia<tSe
NEW GOODS.
rraHEnbaariber wool! relaia hlaalacere thaakt. for the
. . very liberal enppeit he baa received aiaco he hut won la
boaieereia tliia place.nod beea leave to Inform hla friend;
aed thepobllo geoera'ly. that be h,( jatt leccived atlili old
Uaadoa-the CjRNER OF FRONT aad Oil EURV Btreet.
oppoello the Eplaoopal Charoh. a large areortmeat of
Seasonable Goods,
Consisting in part of Dry Goods, Grocer
ies, Queenswnre, Hardware, Cast, Blis
ter and Spring Steel, Hats, Caps and
Bonnets, Boots and Shoos, Ready-
Made Clothing, Paints and Oil,
and every thing else usually
kept in a country store.
A promiie tD eel I aheap, iaof little advantage toon- co.to
mart nalwa there it coavlhciar proof givea. bathe baa ;be
aatlitactioa of kaowiug that hoadrada are coaviaced of that
fact, aa we offer the beat of evidence In every aa'ewjimake,
inly I, 1863. 0. KRATZ..R.
m. A Desirable Tavern Stand nnd Farmam
gjfo FOR IS ALE OR RENT. 2t
'I’HE aabioriber oirera Tor 8 AI.E or BENT, hla well known
1. TAVEUN BTANO. oa tho Botqoehnaoa nnd Water lord
Terap he, aboia half way belweea Oatwaaavllltand Lath,
eraborgh—Thn HOUSE a nnw nnd targe. 30 by 40 Tejt, nnd
well tolled for a tavern location &o.
The FUrm contains 180 Acres —ss of
which are cleared, and mostly in meadow.
Thare Isayoonr and thriving ORCHARD oa the premnee,
A BAKN end STABLE, and all noceuery oat
For further particular* apply lo L Jackson Litas. Clear*
fie»d-or toilre«ob«crit*roß lha nnrw
July Jst,IMU.-tr, ALEXANDER COOK
Dissolution of Partnership.
mHE Co-partnership, heretofore existing between JAMES
1 m! PFOUTZ; and JOHN O MILES. trading as partners
!m the MsrMttue baalßtti. la ftnscmville. Jordan tp„ Lltor-
Held ooury. was dUtolroJ by mm oat coaitnt on the 9J*t or
JnniiuiSbt. JAML3 fil rlf JUI«-
DAosonvilie July 1.18)8. JOHN C. MILES-
NOW THEN.
Come ahead Ladies and Gentlemen.
THE inbrntibcf lakea pleaanra la anaoaaclng to bli frieadl
and tha pabltaia general that he will coatiana tba Bull.
uoii ol thelato Kirm, at the old «tend, whvre he ha* e Imge
aod wMI teiecud anon meat of GUUDd. whichhe will dli*
pc..oro.ib.m»M«i.bl.«J»J ilis fi| p FOUTZ .
Jnlv 1. 1863.
Valuable Lot at Fublie Sale.
rriHERE will be exposed to PUBLIC BALE, it the Court
JL llotue ie the borough of CLEAHfIELU. oa the third
day of BEKTiiMHER. foM, A TOWN bUT, *itoeto ie the
borooihofOLKAktr/ELU. a dkftoweU the ptot thovof
atLOf NO.tfUatatbooitatoof W.O. Wa.ch, E*q..deo d.
It ii located {a the most ploeaeot part ot void borough tor a
urivaW reeidenoa, aad the title U food. _
privai. ™‘ u ' u^ MEa T _ leoiTaßD. ) Eiaontor. ofai ala
WM. A. WALLACE, lor W. C. Weluh
Jaly 1.1853 —to.
AUDITOR’S NOTICE. |
JACOB COLEMAN.} p ™E OCUttr OP COM^IN
JOHN MIX. 1 Venditiaoa Eipomi. Nj UO, B«pt.
THE ADDITORspPoUted br iheCoort to report dlilxlbn.
tioaof tnadtin handiorehertH Powell. artstßit ont of ■
Jniy Ist. 1668. __
- Estate of Jonathan B. Ames, Deceased.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS OF CLEARFIELD CO.
THE Auditor appointed by tbeCotirt to rerort diitrlbntioß
oi tbe fond* ttiaiaic from th«»aieot Meal Ertat* of the
•aid decedent—in tbe fatidi ot D. W. Moore. AdminuUatcr,
1) tin file., will meal all pawons int*reat®d 1# loads ai
bUofflonin thn Horowb of OLEAitFIiSLD, on MONDAY
thaJbthof July 1863, atio'oloek in tboafternoon,
J«w Ut.. Aw.-SK la. JACKriON CBANB. Andltor.
Estate of William Haslet,
NOTICE I* hereby gl««> that letter. orAdßilmltliatloß Hire
been granted to tbs eobecilban ue the ertulo or wot.
H ABLET, late of Bell lowmhtp. Clearfield ©oonty.deeeawtd.
Allperron, ledebted to.nla A»Uiat«iTqaMt.dloPi,k»P»y_
uont tmmediatey, «nd penooa b*ri»« c£itn« BgjiMt uw
lama will preienlthem protl ®jisuN'w i?AaLEr. t '
Jnly lit., 1863—dt. ARTHUR BELL, 'Adm'n.
Estate of Samuel Young, Dbeosed.
IVTOTICE I, hereby girea, that latter, of AdmialiltiUoi I
l\ Kave bMB iranted to the inbionban ota thn eiia e of
SAMUEL VOIfNG, Etq. lata of Ball m ß f£J
« d rf.-p«iSS? o abu!Sy?."d l ifi«W*
ittlyi.UlSs BLAB JOHNSTON. Adm.’.-
S3‘Cl>'£2?S2o£S®
QSSfrGDODddfißo
NEW \AND cheap cash store.
raltbSboP, .IthoOE 1U E 8 Y* GOODS B tus Y* Si A 0 E
■mme
™on» si, MM. • • ■ ■ .-1
&|j ORPHANS’ COURT SALEH
Off cstllTfflLSitbß.© lE® all 3§otott®o
OIL OP u>»j
vnmi "saiurday the 16th of July next, .
All tba tight till. wtarett a»d ojatut of LONRAO
Rlrtbelandothan-oroUdiUr
Ninety Acres, more or less, with a Cabin
House and Barn erected thereon, and
about fifteen acres cleared.
Sad mortgage on MERWINB.Sr., Adm’r.
BmdyiolawhlP.SW* •-■ -
Chain Fompa. ,
,w '
JOHN M. CIIABE,
New Store.
mOE nadonltned reepeotfolly Inlbrta the iahaWtent. of
1 Clearfield ooanty, that Kay havaopened a BTOBB la
thn town of ANBuNVILLE. la Jordan towaahlp, at the
latetaeatloa of the Glen Hope toraplk. with the Chiu Creek
road .and offer for aale • fall anpply of .
£E>a*SP CS^ODCDCfflfiS®
Groceries, Hardware, Drugs , Patent Med
icines and all other articles usually
kept in a country store.
Allofwhloh will bo eold at moderate orloei for caih. or ei
ohaaged for GRAIN,'LUMBER. ,Bto. Oar aelghbirt we
rupeotfally aak to call, and anal, them we Intend doing bn
slneu nt na low rate, aa hath pntcharet will allow.
Jane 84,1863.—1 y. , CU ABE & SWAN.
GRAND EXHIBITION.
At Smith’s Dry Good, Grocery nnd Clothing
£S3 caa ip <s> spflaiimE
Performance everyday, Sundays excepted.
1-kOOßßopea at HALF PAST FIVE. A. M.. Peirotmanco
IS to commence at SIX. Nopoitpoaemeat on acconnt ol
U NEVERwy tnobaa opportoalty oITeredIaCURWENe.
Vi LLK to g ratify the eyes and tniad tor 10 LI rTLE MONEY
COLLECTIONS from the ANIMAL. VEGBIAULK, and
MINERAL KtNGDUM. or every couuiry oa theOLOBb,
can thwebareen. I will not attempt a rtowrtptioa-forhad I
the vocabularyofaDow.jr« Iwoaid fall far short of doing
jastloe to my
COMPLETE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT.
Yes, at a small Advance on first cost.
To be oonvinoed that tba above it the care-glvo utacall.—
Come one. come all.—Admittance free—eblldrea hall pnoe,
Cnrweatflile. May Jfl, —2m. ISAAC BMlTfl
Cheap Cash Store.
WM. A. MASON, CurwensviUe,
HAS just returned fVom tbs city of Philadelphia with a
splendid assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware, Boots 6c Shoes,
Hats, Caps and Bonnets,
And everything else atasliy kept in a Retail Store, and all
ofwhioh will be sold FOR CAaH on as reason ebb terms as
can be bad elsewhere in the coaity.
THE LADIES
Are parilcnlarly laqnmtad la call aid aiaarlan hiiatockol
llonneu, l,acs», i-awai. aad other Fancy Artldn lx to re
pnrehating aliawhere. u they caaaot rail to b* pleatad with
th.CHEAP CASH STORE on Blala .treat,
one dcor west of Moateitns*. Ten Eyck fit Co’s.
Oorwensvilfe, May MO. IBM -if. W. A. M.
New Store ! Neio Store / /
POWELL, REED & WEAVER
A REjait now opening atlxlro«w6TOßE-ROUM In tho
A boron,h ot Clearfield, on. or the largot and but auort
manu of MERCUANUIBB ever broogM to lha oooaty. aad
wbicn tbay now oiler to the old ocitoaereor Bigler SLo..
bi well b. retire public at large, noottneb tarnuuoaanol
la|i to nlvn entire eatlifnctloa . . .
THE LADI&J will find nt their Store inch n (election o
53 a ®tn©sr G2CDC£>c£l£3
UUEKiSWABE. to., tbeyc&naot bo snrpassed either in
believe It are Invited lo cell nnd bn
wmlpoVell. o. l reed, jr, weaver.
Ciaartieldt May 31».1ft2.
M TAVERN STAND tt
IN CURWENSVILLE, Pa.
THE inb«oribarpr3po*« to«H at PRIVATE BALE-bUj
LAUGH ArtO CONVENIENI’ HOTEL la tba town
otCUBWENBVU.LE, kaowaaitha
v Aymaifnfflsim Mfflns© a
It la iltaatad on tho northwe.t oore.r ol Btato aad Filbert
Htreetr, aad lathi oantra ol tba bntlnou part aC ibo town.-
Toa boau la 45 by 48 for*, two .toriea high wib a bare (gat.
aad laevary way calculated fora pnblin honia. fh.r• UaU
ao on the prtmure a largo and convenient liable, together
W ThJ l i?o t pJrty < Sfifb?MWoathemort}* T “"- bl, 1 .!. , h r ? I V
Town Lots-
T‘«^
from TVRUNB OItV paua, Ihrongb it. and other improee.
ba made to
P SiSiyUla. June 10. 1553.-tf.
VALUABLE DOUBLE SAW MILL
And NINE Acres of Land for Sale.
a, Hu Bnburlber will tail on raaroaablo term,, that wall
known largo DOUBLE SAW MILL, iltoala on the ny.
ei between Cleaifidld and Carwenl.llle. torether with nine
S»"rtend »diolnlna.OT which tMtal.OTSad.bjiidailhe
1 Je 0 «o'™2!;“ "f 01 "* M # a«' &S?-
Jnae31.1g63.-3m.-pd. /
Estate of A. Ellis, deceased.
NOTICE U bnreby given. that Ultra of AdmiaUttatioß
hfti« b«*B *raßtA to ti>« inbiciibef on tba • tato of
ABAtH of Ball towathlp OlearßflldiCoaßtjr-all
anmwmi ladcbtad to said titstaara laQuaited to naaka paj-
Immmllsislf BBd DCTSOBS btfiSf olalßlß SfßiUt tOa
BroP * , ''ffifeELLrAdm^;
Estate of Samuel Hdines, deceased.
1
ssa^isasssssp
utinm io uußtifSlt Ex'r.aNewCnmbarland.
I 1 •
Estate of Anthony Kratser, deceased.
£!&« haring olinwagalntljaidauaS
h»ribr rtanalad to preiont Uta tama duly aalhcnticatßd
amdtboM Indebted to tba lamaara notlDad u
pay Uta Mme without dalay• Thanadanigned maybafouad
KRATZER. Adm’r.
H®4no® <& OmmMoniio
wsssStassssiSK
'hytow. ISAIAH R. WARRICK.
Baccaitstowathlp.JaakS.lSjS. ‘ .
6 Cents Reward. A
n UNAWAV from the Mbimberon or I|A
K, about tha Ist of March last* ay o *?¥. AUD
MOOB HESS, aiad about U!yaan. Baid
“^^tap. M .y»1863.-3t.: 18A»0HB88^
Wanted.^
Inn CORDS BTOVB-WOOD our.
. u ; ; . Dissolniion o! Fairtnenhip, ,
VALUABLE SAW-MILL PBOPBRTX,
‘HENRY .SWAN.
r Timber , Timber Land,and
Iron Ore for Sale !
THE svbicriberwlllsejt the ftllowntf described valnnole
aEAL ESTATB ha i f of n T'ItACT
IVIO. 1 • OF LAND, conulalnn lOUncna, ol own .ad
nata <m MoehannoaCrete, which,la the 11 anbatweenCe-tra
and Clamfleld ooaatiei. itoet of thl. trnffu liUnbla land,
andnartoflt well timbered with yVhito FIWi _ .■■
naujareor ■■ nldl , half part of a Treat of
iHtf* i and.alsositaate on Mcthannonctsvk.
and atHoininc the abovs namei piece of land, conteJng 407
aoies. or more. There is flitfet Water-Power on thb tmot. the
Creek aflordlnt soffident ppwilori Pftrit nnd Boilings
Mill. The BixlHile Ban anti theTbiee Mliefßnn (In which
are plenty ofTrout) empty into tne Motpannoiii onthistract,
each or wMeh aflord Lorn one to two good mill tents., There
■ a first rn»e newly built uearedSaw-Mjll.lH feet whrel.on
thistraot. On the power of the Three Mile Ron. The Turn,
pike leading from Clearfield to Bellelontg passes throoihthls
traot. The distance Horn this plaoe W unioville, on the
staid Eagle Plank Road, Id miles, Td Jnllan Fnrnaoe. a*d
Hannah hornaoe about 14 to lb miles. The djitanoe to the
river by the road tf or 10 mllet-to the month of the creek, by
water, 2J mile*. There is a •
Vein, ol Iron Ore oR this Tract,
And within JoirBWrodeor watnr powet. Thli le tbn plnon
spoken of by Froleisor Rogers, in his Geological Report of IML
i wberehe says. **6\x miles nortluast of Phtlipsbarg. on the
Turnpike. Is the red sbaleof fonuntion XUmmediately be*
low theoonglomerateol lormation XU."tto, too.—and clos*
es bis remarks bysaylag. ••This Pjaoels worthy of n
inymtignilon.’ l IiIIUMIOUa COA -and the bestoITJM
BEU are abundant in the neiihboibood •
The Terms will be made easy, and an tndisputabe Utre
fiveu. Apply to the subscriber six mies south of Lurwens
viile, near Frail Hilt Post Offioe, Clearfield county. Fn.,-or
to JOHN U. THOMAS, Unlonvtlle, Centre county. Fa..
(Fleming F- 0..J-or ; to David Bilger, who resides on the
prmiies. _
©a.w°3L®gs ffoir ©sill©.
I will aliaull from FODIt HUNDRED l® ONE THOUS
AND good Saw Logs, wnlob will eutn good deal ot (JtnbfJ
Lumber daid loss are about one ralie above Hr Hoyt •
a,til on the river hill, and about k>4 mllesabovaMr.Owen s
m il. The.rirer 1s wide bare, and they can be driven, or
sawed at Ihe above mill. There logs can be put into the
river for le*s than Cu per M- tlme.^^
T^hB B*'Lnnmu’ter 8 *'Lnnmu’ter tatelligefloer" Will insert the above three
limes omitting the latter part relating to saw logs—and the
“Clinton Democrat’* will insert that part of the above 'relating
to the sale of saw logs, throe timer, and send their billsto this
office. •
Truth is stranger than Fiction,
And beats it by far,
As any one will tell you
Who calls on
A M. HILLS,
A T Ihe Old Bland, la the wait and of tha MANSION
A. HOUSE, wbeta be L determined to eapoly all Iboe.
who mar favor bintwitba call with any thlag In Itrellaaor
Dry Goods, Groceriesj Hardware, Boots
and Shoes, Queensware, and
, Fancy Articles, on the ej
VERY CHEAPEST POSSIBLE TERMS,
So much so indeed as to DEF Y ALL COMPETITION.—
| And I make the assertion of sel log
The BEST Goods at tho Lowest Prices.
VV« arsde:era!* jd to stand up to the Rack Fodder otno
Fodddr, and #
Sell lowor than any other person in this
town dare sell.
I Ail am new i.HIn. oaly for rhe READY JOHN DAVIS.
I am bonad for QUICK BALES, nnd tba laait imagine la
I OC7"So give us a call, and be sure and
brins; “John” along with you.
5 ClKuflald.Jna.lg.lß63.
Opposition TO Imposition.
JOHN, bring la lha Llghtolng Rod, aod .Urap tbaaal
cioli, and then l.tm go down to
So IS® SHAW'S
New Establishment,
AT HILL’S OLD CORNER!
They do say he has got tho tallest lot of
COMFECTIONERY, NICK NACKS &
FANCY ARTICLES, that over slipped
jover tho Allegheny Ridges. Besides a
smashing loto? GROCERIES, nnd deci.
dedly tho largest and best assortment of
LIQUORS
ba’fl cure them away for yon
glar.ol LEMUNADE. a fmaNUTB. (omatANDV. oral
I least a platuaat BMILE.and a Yankeeelghtaan pan...
John, let Blue Ruin alone, and we ll go
to J. B. Shaw’s. His terms arc cash, but
they say he has small profits.^Q
I J Cleerfitld Juuo to, a 653.—3«.
Caution.
ALL person! known to YALE’S BELK-SBTTEM
A in tKawantn or Clearfitld. *»‘ l ‘
'.WanffiaSlT, 1 m^^ lh to^m.H; o Ate , .iu.»»2‘foi
SF ' ilbt “ utituwd
/“Swlih'n*W parohaja Rlghu and Bl«k.fn.
A Uprtfht and CironiarSaw.mills on L. R. Lar
10 mM,OO °R6rtLRT I LVTLE:
Hannah Winternitz.'l In the Common Pleai of
by her nevt rrtend | Clearfield <»unly. No. 3j,
David Winlernitz. Feb,term. 1853. Aim, Sub
v>. | poena in Divorce n vinculo
Joseph Wintorniiz. J malrimoni, rolurned “Not
Found.”
To JOSEPH WINTERNITZ, the Left.
T A cg£."S®S‘ X 2. ‘o"f & , . a . l »co*S.T.‘a* as
nilßll MUNOAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT, to aaiwo;
S“SSpILn?ofriAP«NAII WINTERNITZ. by h.in.,l
Hand David WittaraiU. and show J* l^iMa wJJJf
whf said tlasaab should not baDirorcad from tba Doadsoi
Matnmnay. WILLIAM POWELL. Sh’fl..
Sb,.rlDT Ofllcr, Clwtfmld. Jnaa 13.1663 —pd.
LIST OF TRAVIS JURORS for Bept. term, 1853.
George B. Dale Farmer Pika townihlp
Samael Ckldwell do 5* no
Ab-abam llaily «o *SL 3!
niibanCtoyer do do do
Lprean Wartllao do K*^J«
Bss|sssr f J ;£ g
Joaapii Patter do Hotna d»
John tihawait er do r do do
HE. SfSsK" aSw-efw
SSSS. BSr“ na-^a.
N. K. do do do
livl Lm/ bW,f Merchant Corington do
wsr r “|e l
W.B.P?ttar Laborer do do
Faroe'', Borertde d»
sSWb'.S K~." ««■« s
W $-1
G«s?WlTm' SS BwSarla de
SWSST" Blackimilh Rogge de
Sotai Gea'halt & Jgff» ft
f,t% M do C «“Ld H _
LIST OF GRAND JURORS for Sept, tern}, 185?.
John O. Reed Cajp.at.r
John Reame Farmer do
johng«htol j® nimid
John Urenaotd ““ /Bnrn».da
HEtfUSti" S &
Wl!fiam°Wohaell da do,
Jamat Craeiman Diadford
S SgsS t • 5 SS
S KB#
RtohardOanver do
JoMtban Wall do do ■ „
SamualMporo, rejoentai Boro’Clearfield
ttKßsr-- S r ‘ B
Pika
H G?rard
«S”« g ■
Common Schools.
, ameunl.
uaooarla towaihlp. *S S gg* *f w “ Up do **B So
KUa. dS 44 83 Goibaa do »«
&. go" .SOT.* - gg
BbbzJu- Hfep At--
ESar Hllr I H
BSP : :-8 ggEr~. s - SB
etatamaot to sounoj^orojj^
s®sfkl»Uil»*fOO. o. Cl'k.
Offlea. Jnna 10. lOS.
BUSINESS PIBECTOBTOF CDEABFIBifD C 0«
dr f. antes caneied.
« 8 of
DR. GIBBONY F. HGGP,
UAVIHO chatyrad hit ratidaiiot
H Innvllle. in Moirli lownihlp. impmiTiiUi'«"•*} “JJP*
»lonlQ»h««"iioß#diß*eoßuniinitir. jane m. ipm.
DR. R. V. WILSON,
HAVING removed hli Gfltoa to hU saw Bo.
oood ttreat, wlliprompilv ao / ! ? , ''n 1 II i D i"j r “ , i o i«'
u heretofore. Cleaifllold. JnnatH IBW.
SAMUEL ARNOLD,
Merchant imd produce dealer; Lotbotijnr*.
Oicarlield county, Fft. April Ho lfoH,
ROBERT McNAUL,
'J'ANNER— AUho OLD STAND la OanT^U^-,^
RICHARD MOSSOP,»
Retailer op foreign and domestic mer
chandise (a LIUUORS-At Bitfcr A toji. old
itaod, Alio, on Ui*w«tilai»ofiM»tro#t. I?eo.8U.lt»l.
WM. P. CHAMBERS,
iJtrUEELWRIGHT. CHMBMAKKJt. sod HOUSE A
W SIUHN PAlNTER—Curwon*villa. JBM
B. F. STERLING,
Saddle a aauness-maker. *»d justice or
THE PEACE—Cuiwontvllle. Doo.llll. 1661.
HENRY LORAINE,
Pn VSICIAN and DRUGGIST, oa Mettttttreit.pppoilto
hit rotldeoco. Cleatflold. Apillld. IWJ.
A. K. WRIGHT,
Merchant and extensivei dealer in i,um
liEU-tJoathweitOorner of the Uiam -C! tft jft *) d.
JOHN W. Si
WAGON MAKES. Mnierol
Clmfietd. Hep&iiiag don|
HURXTHAL &\BROTHER,
It/TEBOIMNI* «a LUMBEfe UEALEIUJ. Woodln»d
IVA fort Ofllc«t Bitdlbvd tp.. Claatfieldco. AprUIT,
GEO. RICHARDS,
,Ba mw*
O. B. MERRELL,
/InPI’ER. ns St BAEET IRON WARE MANUPAC
CITJREk-At Belnal’i old •mod on Mainet , Us ,l .T& u *''
Bald. pM - la -''” l -
THOMAS MILLS,
Coach and blkiqh MA KE R-,S B 0 T hlr J
tweea Market and Loouit* Ciantbeld, Pn» Apnlltf* M»
H. P. THOMPSON,
geo. w. rheem,
CJADDLER.IIARNESato THUNK MAN UH
O —On Beoond itiMt. Immtdiaiely *
Drag fliora ■
CHAMBERS & KLEPFER.
WHEELWRIGHT ft CHAIRMAKERB. g®JZ® ,id «
poit. i’lke.oweihip. l>«o.a, mol.
C. KRATZER,
MERCHANT AND LUMBER DEALER—Comm ol
JYI Pront and Loonii itrwia-Uenrlkld. B
L. JACKSON CRANS,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,can ba fooad at tha ofllca ftim
by O.R. Barrett. •»*■»<ffifrgT *'
JAS. ALEXANDER,
Saddler and h arnesb maker—in humwihop
on Market itttai, »aar Manall'a botal. |BSI
JOHN H. HILBURN,
Boot and SHOE MAKER. Becoart .tre.t,.aarlyopijMlt.
A. K. Wriitbu a'ota. Claaiflald. Pa. April 18. IBM.
JAMES HOLLENBACH,
B«a.r tuc *-
GEORGE WILSON.
PHYSICIAN raa» be fonnd it bit Officein LUTHERS
QURU. when not absent on proleuionnl batmen*
February 20. 1800. —-
AUGUSTUS WEITMAN,
C Ma dm t M rd* B^octi.° wham P W VN* iHJ W*
BA BH. and other work In bit line, will be manMaotored in
tha beat tiyle March 17* itsa. )?•
J, L. CUTTLE,
A TTORNEY AT LA W end LARD AGENT. Office ad.
Ajoiaim hli midasoa on Market ttieet.
J. P. THOMPSON,
me boronab ofCarwenivllle. Deo.
LEVER FLEGAL,
GIBS, Ac.. vetrcheap. and manufactured lu tbeiwrt etylo.
•ud warranted. Au». 7.11»a.-r.
ISAAC SMITH,
and Loontl—CnrwenivlUe. jieo. bu.iwt
THOMPSONS, HARTSOCK, & CO.
TKON-FOUNDEUS-Gurvron,tllle. An «“ o ‘' v f s JJ*'
1 meat of Uaetingi made to order. Geo, ia. tsar
THOMAS H. FULTON, & CO.,
JOSEPH H. BRETH,
B, aruaumi -» NEW WASHINGTON. Clearfield
jl CaVol wS“i don. in hit lino ct
bmineu om ibo ihorte*t nutio<» nnd moot leamsable lonns.
M*nO. IW>. _
WM. T. GILBERT,
SssSJSassfiSSSsS
bii line will be promptly utteaded to. Much 'J. IBM.
JAS. B. GRAHAM,
POST HASTE A. MERCHANT and DEALER IN LUM
HER—Grabamton. Bradlord 591831
ELLIS IRWIN & SONS,
• m mAn th nt lalok Elan. 6 olio* from Olownild ■*
A MBKOHANlUennilextemUo Lnmb#i monulnolarer*.
Jnn«lB f lBS2. ■
WILLIAM A. WALLACE.
field. P«. * Apmue icq.
L. R. CARTER,
A®iN^Vf , JfiliuT\“\siß®«N2iS'!
M. E- WOOD,
PHYSICIAN. Mofftlwayo bo found at hU roildonoo in
OoxwobmliHo, when not
WILLIAM BLACKSHAIRE, b
CABINET and CHAIR MAKER, and HOUSE nnIBIGN
PAINTER. one door eonth of the Pretortetlnn Oboroh,
on MoSnrt itSeti Pleat field Pa. ApriHD.lcU.
JAMES BIDDLE GORDON,
A TTOUNEY AT LAW. Clearfield Pa., mar be oonenlt
A edjn French or German. MayM.UM.
DAVID SACKET,
CABINET AND CHAIRMAKBR, Loouilt tatwean
geooad and Tblrd. Ploarfiald, Pa. ApnUMDM.
A. L. SCHNELL,
nflAlLOß—Lutbenburn.— will do bU worlr fcitM good and
1 aicheap, at nap other fellow. Dao.Bll.lWL
GEO. B. GOODLANDER,
DR. S. L. COBLE,
MRS. ELIZA IRVIN,
THOMAS SHEA,
SAMUEL B. TAYLORj_
T^Siii Boar “ dBUOK
GEORGE W. ORR, .
Medleinee which never fail tdgh*
| And are used by many Physician* in ih>.
DUtfflSi^^assSSSSS'fcL
SS^^ffia^feigßsSsE®
i patient* to put vp fain Prepunuoiuf, bo now eftiil
Ra an the renulte of hi* w «rt«oc* lot the pat» tblitf .TW"»
tb«fillowioTreliobteftM»Uf Me&clw, webooonailedto
iaipaoUiodineanot ' . • , ,
Dr *J S Rose-d Neivopa ami Invigoralin^Cordiw.
4Mnpi
c d o°KS«Sa«;
P "°* C SABBAPABIKIA BLOOD FDBIPIEB.
, A Telaeble BP.lntM^ol«rotPnrr,| X
fonod i> DU. ItOoE’S tad
ThU preparation la made of rioh lioaauim o» |h# , or , beet
combi noil wbb other injrtdiMtl. to mad« 11 j W | oiM , «,
UloodforiQer mad*. An opitor s|jK!l| • ? tinatnoofll*
Diioa, lt.lt pal«t>ble '* r "*S ?‘En^U«J
oeqiom in enrlohraathe ulooi. coiine ~|t w;ie, ( n[l[ ubad
nod DUaam. "j[gj]jy JtHesma
effccn npontbe oonaUtotlo*.h2S7 Ki does andßl adder Al
,s£^»ss®teas*
DO yOU SUFFKR WITH ANY PAIM
Ifjoa do. ph Dr. ROSE’S PAIN OURER. It coreiTootb
M&lftS!* M’SBiKfcS rotlß.im.ohoi
lor Rbetmir.tbtn from atnddeooold, lllimaaicaiioiueuree.
la bottler JIW *> end CO cents.
• Liver Diseases, Dyspepsia, ondfilllous Habits.
«s:feKiasH;!:RKSBK,
ESrSsS* K ‘“"“"
t£r ra EEruoM uerciJuv. ■
ALSO.—Or* S. Rose’s Alterative or Blood Putin*
er. Cough Syrup or Expectorant, Rl.curaaUc <-om
pound, Dyspeptic Compound. Compound EjUract pr
Jjuchn, Tonic Mixture. Astringent Compound.lUir
Tcnic.Thick. Megie Liniment,Carminative Belsem.
Worm Killer or Vermifuge. Croup Syrnn.Odden
Pills. Female Fill*. Alterative PtH«. KW
Ointment. Tetter or Healing Omlmen ’ J‘ h '
raant. Eye Water, Strengthening Blaster, French
Specific. Acoustic Oil, Intant Cordtal. Elexir ofOp •
urn. Liquid Hair Tonic, Whooping Cough Syrup.
“ n A d ii F o e r n .Sl. o .^p. l ip«ati®. ln *iti,nj
throojhoat the Btats, JaDow.t°es.
.HtJGERT.,
l( Third and Locait ttreeti,
ijitoordar. Apnl.lß/fii.
THAT we behold msnr females, sotios 1» the
lir/bmkn tahutib end .pints with a.oompllouvoaor
.’ . .i, rr> . .I, itsmiviae iheio of the power lor the
SSSS2SL«r*.“.”-w
SsSiiiufjfewsgiT" 5
««* intheir Stfitia 10 ll*Ma. u> pannanoUcd.
SM , i?dS. I L i S&KjSaSIWi , SS
«dftwas timelyPOweMid. HU -¥t4 „_ tMkfn
PoaKssed tha laroKoaSaooatajaedSantUiTolamt.twUh
intKeieacb of all) which waald ipara to hanelf
And to her hnibaad^he^niUct 1 mlUad aaaly .
dr “‘ BEOTRETIIE MKAIiB OP HAPPWEM
Q* bt 00 tie tax ia lime Douened or tta laowUonr* IM JJJM
ox wbiob hdi caatcd thafckfcwuaftd.pofattvofthooiabd**,
levies* or such ooat«aea»,»o wi&or mothar U exoasatne
Ifshe nerleot to avail herself of thsl hnowlcdte w respem “
hnsetr. which woold spare her much ■n ft eri n»* n« e inn a
ofhapplnsei and prorpi-ltr to her hn.naad. and eorfevoPea
her children that blessias above all priow-heallbv bocje?-
with bealihr minds. That knowledie is contained la ant tie
wotk entitled The Warrlea Woman’*
MaBHIAQE.
Happiness and Competence. -
WHY 18 IT?
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION.
JIY DH. A. M. MAUBICEAU,
PROFESSOR tiF DISEASES OF WOMEN.
One Hundredth Ehtion. 18mo.pp. 250. Price 50 cts.
[On Fine Pnper. Extra Binding. 01 00.]
Firat published in 1847. nnd ilte 00l
SURPRISING OR WONDERFUL.
Considering tliet EVERY FEMALE, WHETHER
MARRIED OR NOP. can hero acquire a lull
knowledge ol llio nnture diameter and cauaeaot
her complaint., with the various aymptoma. and
"‘ at "“'KkLF A MILLION COPIES
lfi"£iiSSbS rdlrthe-M^
Hava been SENT BY MAIL wllblnthelaU few monlbe.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
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Street, N Y..U on the tide pa«a, and itte ectrr in theOtak •
Office on bank ol the title ps*c: end bar onlr or wpeomnie
r 'ft«S«.N..lnrcrn. rl upon
of'rblrtretltTf’erei’ amainfe 1 . UU^par*.
mlmw win bi lent free of charge toeverr
Jsit ol the United tttatei. br addreitin*. ooit paid, ni herein.
[KrOn receipt of Filly Cenia, a a RH°n
the fine Ediliun. extra binding.l “IHk MARRIED
WOMAN’S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPAN,
lON’* is *eru [mailed free] 10 any port rtf ino Uniteii
Stales. All leliere muat be post-paid, and addreßaed
in Dr. A. M. MAURICEAVI Box 1224, New York
City. Publishing Office, No.. 120, Liberty streel.
bv Blanch nnd Crap, Harrisburg i J-
Swarle, Bloomshurg; J. S. Worth, Lebanon iJ,** •
Farmmger. Manheim ; 11. VV. Smith, ’
S. McDonald, Uniontown i J M Baum, Now Berlin!
HAL'indss. Reading! E•I Mnrra.Cranesville.N.
V.: RP Crocker, Brownaville; Went* and Star!..
Carbondale; Eldred nnd Wright, Wiiliam'P°rt»
STuclt, Wilttesbarre; Geo. W Earle, Way net boro.
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lor. Uticu f R P Cummings. Someraet: T B Peter
son. Philadelphia; John LeForge. Millord. Pa., end
in New York City, by Stringer and lownsend.
Sherman & Co, Denittand Davenport.
Barnes y b , rtr etiaet, njat Graanwioh.
Mar 30,1843 -dm.
Mom’s Compound Bynip of Yellow Doekßoot.
wttSßsg&gsß'
a hMonrinf alinnmon,
sSSSi^
T
•niftw o *nt/ f Q.oUlint thtf
So,*M«tl*,WoaA*^ 1 'B i “"• <~ Berrestaa-Hn
ul-'SSwftol ofttll Female Complaint.,
u VVeakner* irenetel fithillbr. Xrrexnlarilr. Obnrncoow.
Uonabi. A»tbma. Ooneagipfloa. fito.. alto. Dtoprr. , ;
Having made impf the g?SPSS ,, i l^ , ““Hh«oorl»lvei
n^s@k»i
editor Providcece Gc*. Ad't-. VVet. rlcWj ej ”^ l^}
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