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do llio iiikpiici' f tiol'lp nmditioii. It
iikkIhIh to rt tnaslrt v nliku over llio
I'ltypicftl ntnl tdo Pjiiritiuil.
Wnx.lf '' do iiottd'd with Hoverc
milli'iy, tiikoniro never to almw tluit
yon are Mung, unless you cImiohp to
jirovokc more. Tdo way tonvoiil In1
in made n butt, is not to Hot tip for
fJoon IIahits. Tlioronrc fourgooil
dalils jinnettinlit-, n ecu racy, stoadi
nesn nntl dispatch. Witdcut tdo first
of tlicno time in wasted ; without the
Kccoud, mistakes tho most hurtful to
our credit and that of others may
be committed ; without the third, noth
ing can bo well done ; and without the
fourth opportunities of great advan
tage are lost, which is impossible to
Which way hoks the Tkkk Lkan ?
''If tdo tree fall toward the south or
toward tho north, in tho place where
tho trco fallcth, there it shall fee."
(Keel. 11 : 3.) There is a solemn
meaning couched under this metaphor,
i'lio tree will not only lie as it falls, it
will also fall as it leans. And the
great question which everyone ought
to bring home to his own bosom, with
out a moment's delay is this. What
is tho inclination of my soul 1 Does
it, with all its affections, lean towards
(Jod, or from him ? J. J. (iurney.
Profit of Prayer. After prayer
is not the heart lighter and tho soul
happier f Prayer renders affliction less
sorrowful, and joy more pure. It
mingles with the one an unspeakable
sweetness, and adds to the other a
celestial perfume. Sometimes there
passes over tho fields a wind which
parches tho plants, and then their with
ered stems will drop toward the earth;
but watered by the -dew, they regain
their freshness, and lift up their lan
guishing heads. So they arc always
burning winds, which pass over the
soul, and wither it. Praj-cr is the
dew which refreshes it again.
An Honest Life. The poor pit
tance of seventy years is not worth
being a villian for. What matter is it
if your neighbor lies in a splendid
tomb ? Sleep j ou with innocence.
Look behind you through the track
of time ! A vast desert lies open in ret-
rospect : weaned with years and sor-
row, they sink from tho walks of man. I Compromise ; Bigler's proportion to sub
You must leave them whore they fall ;mit the Crittenden Compromise to a vote
and you arc to go u little further and of the people, and Adam's Comnromije.
you wm nnci eternal rest. naiever i
you may have to encounter between
the cradle and the grave, every mo
ment is big with events, which come
not in succession, but bursting forcibly
from a revolving and unknown cause.
fly over this orb with diversified influ-
The Saviovr axo ins Friends. i
Our Lord, in tho days of His flesh, en
countered various classes of enemfes,
but none of these ever included a wo-'
man. On the contrary, tho gentler
sex always apnaer to have been His!
followers or friends. Not only were;
they, as had often been said, the last with the wifo of an editor who published
at His cross and the first at His scpul- 8 paper there, but who left with the rest
Chre, but throughout they ministered 0f the Seeesh. The lady told the officers
to his wants. A woman anointed ( tliat everything about the house was Se-
H.m for llis burial ; a heuthen woman from ia ,om cat ftnd .f t,
interceded lor His life with her hus-;. , , ... , ,1,1 ,
, , t,., , . , ., , ,, 1 boardea with her, lliere must bo no abo
band, Pilate ; when bewailed and la- ,. . ... .. . ,
mentod Him as Ho went to Calvery ; l1' Ulk-,. 11,0 ofl,c7, vrlhn' acc'
to a woman Ho first appeared when ,ed the coitions, and were getting along
He rose again. All this was most fit-, ne'y-
ting, 6inoo of a woman Ho was born,' Modern Definitions. Oversight To
and to woman His Gospel was not on-Jlcavo your old umbrella in a news room
ly a means of salvation, but a soursc 'an(i carry away a cew one.
ofdomesti.; and social elevation fori Unrortunate Man-One born with a
tho present life." 1
1 -' .conscience.
Model Sentinel. An anecdote is Progrets of Time A pedlar going thro'
related of ono of tho citizen soldiers tho land with wooder. cbeks.
in the expedition of the Macpherson ' Kigid Justice A juror on a murder
Blues against tho insurgents in 1794, case fast asleep.
which is worthy of being recorded, as Independence Owing fifty thousand
it may be of servico to some of the ' dollars which you never intend to pay.
wealthy soldiers in our own ranks. Honesty-Almost obsolete ; a term for
The person refered to was a German merl uscd in tliecaseof a man wli0 w
by birth, of the name of Koch, and f , j 1
was well knot n in his day, as a largo ,... . . . ...
outdoor underwriter. lie died so.no CrK,lt w,s0 provision Vy which conj
twenty years sinco in Paris, wdiilwr 8lttjIcs ftni1 herifls get a liv.ng.
he had gone for the benefit of tho cli-' Lve -An ingredient used in romance
mate, leaving a fortuno of oue million Mul poetry.
dollars- Mr. Koch, then a young man-1 Religion-Damning your neighbor for
was a privato in the Macpherson Blues, not thinking exactly as you do.
It fell to hislot one night to bestation.; A WoODEN MoT..Ea..-Ve have heard
edsentHiel over a baggage wiigon. o wooden nutn)
1 his sont tho seiitnul musing. After , , . ,
l 1 ii pi 1 cun-nints,wooden oats and wooden clocks
remaining on post half an hour, ho f . . . iuuutnuou,
was heard calling lustily: "Corporal but wlmt inrus,on ' ll'e Yankee ever
ofderGuartz!CorporalofdcrGuartz:",linctured a JoLn Bul1 to invent a wooden
The Corporal came, and inquired what mother! The following, by a correspon..
was wauting. Koch wished to be re-'dent of the Ma:k Lane Express, describes
licved for a few miuutes, having some- the new Invention :
thing to say to Macpherson. Ho wa "A fine sow.having twelve sucking pigs,
gratified and in a few minutes stood belonging to a pork merchant in Monk-
in the presence of tho general. "Well,1 wermouUi, was taken ill, and died suj-
Mr. Koch what is your plcasuro ?'Wtl(jnl The proprietor, who is an ince-
ncu uat-piiviBi: :n. juni- , x nious chnracteri set lo WQrk ftnd folmed
wish to know what may bo der valne; h mode, offtgow . wood bei ho,.,
of dat wagon over which Iamsenti- ' . , . ,, , ' .
nel ?" "flow should I know, Koch ?'' ow ! centre, the abdomen being
-"Well, something approximative-! furnished with twelve .eats.cleverly form
not to be particular." "A. thousand ! ed of raw b,de- 1 he in,enor of ,he mod-
dollars, perhaps." "Very well, Gcn-j! ' kept filled with milk, and the whole
eral Macpherson, I write a scheck for of the ycung pig suck from the teats of
der money, and den I will go tQ bets."! this singular looking wooden so, and all
(bed.) 'are thriving well. j
tiirt mill '.imp.
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a r I ? In .
I'll ""I '
ili II l"IU a UWl
I i" t mm fling u4 "I lid Hrportnt."
aTCol Mulligan, tdo doro of l.fitijr
top, lot not very difjli opinion of Home
OunHa. lie tliir.kr llirnt, like tdo Wide
Awnkes, "inriitciMt in police and inritihtt in
kWfc.A morn! dohnting society mil Went
in engaged in a dit-ctouioii on tde follow
ing uetion : "If a duitband doscrti dis
wife, wdii'd is (do most abandoned tdo
man or the woman V
4r"U, Cliniley," raid a little fallow to
anollier, "we're oing to have o cupola on
"I'ooli, Unit's nothing," rejoin sd tde
older, "pa' going to get a mortgage on
B9u country girl, coming from tho
field wus told by tier cousin that she look
ed fies.Ii as a duiny kimied wild deiv.
Well, it wasn' any feller by t hat 'name
that kissed me. I told dim t hut every one
in town would find it out."
t3r"'Here's your fine extras!" bawled a
little white daired fellow, tde otlier dny,
as lie run down Main strtet with dis dand
full of slips that lie dad for sale. "Here's
your fine extras great battle at Molasses
Junction, lSull's Gun is taken, ind the
I'ublicun troops have returned to liar
flax." fcif-Many papers give tde dying words
of great men, but none of theui are so
touching and beautiful as tdo last words
of tde old schoolmaster :
"It is growing dark scdool may be dis
missed." Down to the gates of an unseen world
ho carried the love and regard of the cdil-
deu whom lie dad trained. It was his
last kind dismissal in this world of tchool-
BS.Tdink about yourself, andvtdat you
like, wdat respect people ought to pay to
you, what people think of you, and then
to you nothing will be pure. You will
spoil everything you touch, you will make
sin and misery for yourself, out of every
tding which God sends you, you will be ns
wretched as you cdoose on earth, or in
Factsior the Feoi-LE. The Republi
cans in Congresi voted down or refused to
accept the Crittenden Compromise; the
oonierMate compromise; Mr. Douglas
Let no man forget th jse facts !
tiQ.An old sort of a genius, bavin
stepped into a mill was looking with ap
parent astonishment at the movements of
,he machine when the miller, thinking to
1uiz him, asked if he had heard the
"Xot'a I know on, what is it "
Why, replied thy miller, they Bay the
devil is dead."
"By jinn," says Jonathan, 'is he? Who
tends mill thou ?"
JiiuySomi of the ofiieers of the First
Virginia at Ilomney, Va., aie boarding
illl '1(111 HI .MN."
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iint i'Mn iii ir, . ,
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Uiihi i t M titit,
M"IIt.h.M f lh.(ll In Y, t, ilill"
h. ri'lt-oli'lt l' I
t tllM!l.., I 4n, dn.
Ih iflrn,Hlla,) I I t It It,
Xmn ..mr, Jlli.i.) lit II I l"l ,
1hti tfitsr'! (41 linri.) I M a- 6
mKtilti. H ,n . II mo!
0 P.ro, t 1 1 llln no 17 t(
Tiiiiin, 1 i 1 1 1 I an no 1 0 ro t
jThrro insrot, t 1 I t I on H (i 11 Hlj
tnnt timrra, I I I I 00 It 00 M CO ,
' !llf a milium, I I I I 00 tint I
On enlnmn, l I I I 14 to In OA IS
I Oror thrpt mrtV sml thsn lhr mtslht 16
(Din r i'i:r for iih Imxrlliin.
Btf'.aMi t:ot not ttoifillng tllnrl art la
rld for 11 i trtr.
AJv)rtliimnunftiBrlilwltMliBnmlrrnfl pltlCKiS FROM f40 to f"0.
atrlnndolreil, will V rcMlnuli until forbid Th UOl'DOIK KKWINlJ MA lit INK, nn en
ml ehnrgeil ocord!r.g to Ihcie Urint. lqrlnK,f ohlcli In horn rriricMrcl, tun now
- - , hfroma a rco(jnlti'd fnvuriU wlisrevor It 1
JOR PRIMTIMf k 'I'on lnlrodui'd, ami U. heyolid qnrntiiin,
wwu l l HIV Uhe .Ml. wOI the huniUoiiifnt, lnwpricfd
All extensive slock of .lobbing materia Sewlnn Msrliln now lioforo the jiulilio. I
enadles the I'lidliyher of the "Jfrpuliltrnn' No. 1 A uniill nd vcrj nest Msrliin for
to aiinource to the vullia that ho i preja ! Family uo. j
red tD d3 ftllxinds of No. J. A Inrgt Miirliin Tor qiiltlnj k(Ty I
Piiti-d p.v.jtTii ..,, work and for Plantation ue.
llLANi!, laPiaBOOH, 1 1 IRCUI.4RS, , t)., nnj fr lt, rciuhiiiy B,J durability It is un-
I.AI.11.S, Ball TtCI its, II aniuiii.i.s, ,,llr),BP1. a child twelve yuan ran run it with
and eveiy rfind of pi inting usually done cnso ; and ypt it will f w fmm the coaraeat cloih !
in a eountryj ob ofiice. !to the HiimI KwiK. There Is nu troiibla of re- I
Ail outers will be execute! mill noat-
ness and despatch.
O. D. GOODLANDER TO.
Time of Holding Court.
Reoond Monday of January,
Third Mondnjr of March,
Third Moniluy of June,
Fourth Mon lny ol September,
In each year, and continue two weeks if ne
Prea't Judge, Hon. Sninuel Linn. IUUclenro.
Aa'te luAgtr, lion J.D.Thninpaon.rurncnavtlle.
lion. Jiunca lllooiu, I'orcsl.
Sher.ff, Fred'k G. Miller Clearfield
Prothonotary.John L. Cuttle., "
Hog. 4 Ucc. James WiiKlcy, "
Dintrint Att'y Robert J. Wallace, "
Troaaurcr, G. ft. Goodlundcr, "
C. Surveyor, II, II. Wright, Glen Hope
Cummiss'n'ri, Wm. Mcrrell, Clenrfield
S. C, Thoinpaon, Morrixdale .
Jacob Kunti Luthrhurir
). C. Bowman, Philipslmrg
J. I!. Shaw, Clearfield
C. S. M'orrell, N. Wuabington
J. W. Potter, Leeonte.i Milli
Jesae Brumal, Curwenaville.
Mat of loat Ollires.
Xtunri tif '. O. Xtlmf of P,
T. A. M Gkee
J. W. Csir.pUl1
Lewis r iiiith
P. II. Miller
K, II. Moore.
C- f. Sloppy,
II rail ford,
New Waahingtos .T. M, Cummingi
M. A. Frank.
P. A. Gaulin.
J F W iSchntrr
lietun Pout Office, Elk county, Po
Lecounle s .Mil If, C. Mignot
lloehen, Shawsville, A. II. Shaw
Grabnm, Grahainton, T. II. Forcee.
Gulich, mitha Mills. J. A.JIetarty
" Madeira, C. J. Puaey.
Iluoton, Tyler, Dafid Tyler
" Penritiold, II. Woodward
Jordun, Anaon ille, Kliia Chaae
Kartbaua, alt Lick, G. liockodorn
Knox, New Millport, I). K. Mukol
Lawrence, Rrcckenridge, J, W. Thoinps'n
Morris, Kylertown, Jna. Thompson
" Morrisdale, J. McLlellnnd
l'enn, Lumber Cit.v.f IL W. Spencer,
' Grampian Hills, A. C. Moore,
Pike, Curwenaville, Samuel Way
" Rloomiagville, Michael Wise,
I'nion. Keck ton. Vf. F. Johnson
Woodward, Jeffries, T. Henderson
This Poat OSice will do for Chest towntdiip
f Will answer lor Jcrguson townaliip.
TUITION in the
mist populnrand successful COMMERCIAL
SCHOOL in the country. Upwards of Iwelve
Hi'snnr.n youne men, from twuntt kioiit differ
ent States, nave been educated lor business here
within the past three years, some of whom hav
been employed aa BOOK-KEEPERS at salaries
immediately upon graduating, who know nothing
of accounts when they entered the College,
rfMiuieter a tone half price.
Students enter at any time, and review when
they please, without extra charge.
For Catalogues, Specimens of Penmanship, nnd
View of tho COLLEGE, enclose five letter stamps
to JENKINS SMITH,
May 15, 61. ly. Pittsburgh, Pa.
V. M. M CULLOI GII,
Ofiice In Graham'. Ilrirk Ilullding.
July 3d. lSfil tf.
A FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Spring Sl Summer Goods
AT TIJECIIEArCASII STORK.
lam just receiving and opening a carefully
selected stock of Spring and Summer goods
ot almost every description,
A beautiful assortment uf Print and Dress
roods, of the newest and latest styles. Also a
great varietv of useful notions.
DRY-GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Hats and Caps,
Boots nnd Shoes, a large quantity,
Drue and Medicines,
Oil and Paints,
Carpet A Oil Cloths,
Fish, lacon and Flour,
Mackerel In J J and t barrels,
of th beat quality, all of which will be sold at
the lowest oosh or ready pay price.
My old friends and the public, generally, are
respectfully invited te call.
jMTN. II. All kind of f7AiA'and approved
COt XTUY riiOVVCE taken in exchange ot
Clearflold, Jane 28 1861. WM, F, IRWIN.
OBERr J. WALLACE. Amir ir Law I
Clearfield, Pa., OtEo in as aw Row, op-1
oait th Journal efllc.
e. 1, 1IJJ.-K. i
eVMtw Sat asias H
t ! A tMtl Si M I' It O V 1 1)
winning uie inrenn, an u is ihki-h irom moaponn.
It has no ! 1 ts to give truublu, and will run
bni'kwnrila n well uh forwiirda. ar.u still aews
eiiiiilly prrfect, and without danRorof breaking
needles. It runs by friction, and by closing the
box over it, it la thrown out of gear. In fact,
we have noheaitatioa In recommending it as the
best fun ily Sewing Machine in use.
The fUiritj Premium Awarded the afiove
At the Fair of tho Frnnk'in Institute, 1859,
the First Premium.
At the Pennsylvania State Fair, at Philadel
phia, September 21, 1849, the Firat Premium a
At the Pennsylvania State Fair, held at Wyo
ming, I8li0 a Silver Medal.
For the beat Double Thread Machine, at Lan
caster '"ounty Fuir, held October, ISM a Silver
At the Maryland State Fair, held nl the Mary
land Insli'ule, llaltiinoro, Md., October. 1850,
under strong competition, a Silver Modul was
awarded to (hia MHi-liinc.
At tho New Castle County Fuir, held at Wil
mington, Delaware, October, 1869 a Diploma.
The above Machines are manufactured by
til A It LI W. IIOMI.AM),
SAL K S ROOMS.
No. 720 ArcL Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
No. 801 Market Street, Wilmington, Del.
S. U. ISA K Kit,
innrl.1 iy 720 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
J!y,rr8vn wishing to ice tho above Machine
in operation, can do ao by railing at the resi
dence of D. V. Moore, in Clenrfield borough.
Wsikc up! Willie up!
I.ACKMMITIII(i. THE suhacriber res
IS pectfully informs his friends and the public
generally, that he is new well e hlished in his
NEW SHOP on Pine street, opoaile the Town
Hull, in the borough of Clenrfield, and upon bi
own hook, and where he ia prepared to do all
work in hia line in the very uest at)' Is, and oi
tho shortest notice. His old custorers aro res
pectfully ashed not to forget him, and any num
ber of new ones aro respectfully invited to give
him a trial.
EDGE TOOLS. Ilia reputation at a Maker
and Rcpnirer of Edge tools should of itselfsecure
him a liberal pntronago.
GEORGE C. PASSM0RE.
April 21, lSGI.tf. .
I I, E S - S C II O MILLS.
cCALLUM & Cu.
Importers, and Wholesiile Dealers in
C A it I i: t I v s . i it u : u i: t
OIL (LOTltS, MATTIXriS, rfc..
Warehouse, fto. .)0'.l Cliettnut Street,
(Opposite State House,)
CI.KAItFIK.I.l) COUNTY, PA.
Wn.LIA5l KBKD, Proprietor.
july 10, ISCL ly.
JUSTICK of the peace
Liitberehurt;, Clearfield Co, Fa.,
will attend promptly to all business entrusted
to re.to tiq March 2S, I860. y. pd.
MOORE & ETZWiLER,
flTholcitale and Itetail Merchants.
IT extensive dealers in timber, snwd lumd
ber and shingles. Also, dealers in fiour an-
graia, which will be sold cheap for cash.
n'KONH CITY HOTEL.
Col. A. P. OWENS, rROl-RIETOIt,
Respectfully announces to the travelling public
thrt he has now taken chnrg of this large and
well known bouse, aud will conduct it in such a
manner aa will render excellent comfort and for,
satisfaction to all who may favor him with a
ATTORNEY AT LAW, will attend promptly
and faithfully to all legal business entrusted to
bis care, in th several Court of Clearfield and
Office tie one formerly occupied by . R.
Oct. 2f th, 1859 ly
X be opened for the reception of pupils
and females) on Monday Sept 2d, 1861.
Term per Session of I'.Icven Week:
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Primary
Arithmetic and Geography, $2
it, i . .i .. . ...
I turner Ariinmic. fcngnsn iirammir,
Geography and History, 3
Algebra, tteometry, Natural Philosepby,
and Hook Keeping, 4
Latin and Greek Lancuaccs, 6
To students desirous of acquiring a thorough
English Education, and who wish to qualify
themselves for Teachers, thia Institution offers
No pupil received for lee than half a session,
and no deduction cade except for protracted
Tuition to be paid at the close of the term.
C. B. 8AXDFORD, Printipnt,
CleanJeld, Aug. 7, 18C1. ly.
J7LOUR, BACON, TOBACCO,
LIQUOPiS OF ALL KINDS,
SALT, OILS, TAINTS, A, GROCERIES,
8ra5For sale very cheap for Cash, by
O. B. MERRELL.
In basement of Mortal! k Bigler's Store,
Clearfield, Ta. feb-27.
T l V. HAYS. Ju.iloe of Hie Peace, will atten
A . promptly to eolloetion and other matter,
(ft in hiicharr. Addreti KfrseT. Elk re.: Pa
T 4,1 mimii
I' 1 t K S 0 it h a M ii
tut .op.i' m inn M.t,
(i "ii tmit l
1IIH rt'IM'1 Hull tlf.Vllfi,
1 111 IHnnl H MH11MI HMHW,
(I l a i inr.li I
t 1IIK W l:i1MtN1in likVlitw,
- M M KWimii'RI MMH mill t Afl AtlNR
I r k rt v ,t .
For an one nf ihi four llrtlmn,
t l OH
rnr any io of the r..nr Ilflrw,
1 Vat any thru ir the four Review,
I For all Tour of the llorlewi,
1 For HUi'kwnnil'a Maftailnp,
I For lUai kwiind and un Keview,
For Ularkwond and Iwo Iteview.
For lllnrkwnod and three ltetiraa,
, For Illankwnod and the four Ilerlrwu.
1 N. II.-The price in (Ircal llrltain for the five
rprioiical above named U 111 per annum.
I ll.-pulilirhed I.T
! LEONARD SCOTT A Co.,
mar 1.1 m 61 Hold Slrcet, New York,
During the peat year we have introduced to
ho notice of th medical profession of this conn
try the 'lire Cryrtaltttd Chioridtn Propylamint,
REMEDY FOR HIir.UMATHM;
and having received from many sources, both
from pbysicinna of (lie higlieat standing and
(rom patients, th
Mont flattering Teatluionialeorita real value
n the treatment of thia painful and obsti
nate disease, we are induced to preeent it to the
public in a form READY F)R IMMEDIATE
USE, which we hope will command itself to those
whe are luffering with this afflicting complaint,
nd In IIia ...n,i:n.l . .1
.. ' , - '
disposed to tost the powers of thia valuable rem
ELIXIR PROPVLAMIXE, in the furm abov
spoken of, hns recently been extensively exptri
tnented with in the
nnd witn MARKED Sl'COESS (as will appear
from tl e published accounts in th medical Jour,
Zfrh i.i carefully put up ready for iminedi-
nto use, with full directions, and can be obtained
from nil the druggist at 75 cents per bottle, and
at wholoiale of BULLOCK CRENSHAW,
Druggistr and Vjinufacturing ChemisU,
UPHOLSTER AND CARRIAGE TRIM
MER, r . j , a jw r.i !;, . ,
JjOeaUit at A. II. Mair I M,IU, fine mile East
of Clear liehl borouah
. , i . .
Respectfully informs the ciliicna of C ear-field
and adjoining conntics, that he is at all time,'
prepared to inanufactur. at the shortest notice.
Iluir llo.b . n.l c,. . ,!
kind. n,l . V-u i i- i V"
kinda and a .es, one of which is a loldmg MaU
tress, suitable for CADI.VS ON RAFTS, whicL
can De lolitea in small compass, and emptied and
refilled at pleasure; and very cheap. He als9
trnna Intringef, makee repairs to all kinds of
Carriage Trirjtning and Upholstery, and makes
Cords for Mason's Traoine Lines, of anv thick.
ucsa or length. I
i.Counlry Produce, Corn Hu?jP, or Cash '
taken in E (change for work. I
T-O-AII trdors left with any of the Me rebels
Clearfield bnrmiffh will be nmmnil. .n.nJ..l !
CHAIRS ! ! !
NOW IS THE-TIME TO BUY ! ! ! !
Tho uxdersigned bat now on hand, at his Fur
niture Rooms on Market st., Clearfield, Pa., a
short distnnce west of Liti's Foundry, a largo
CHAWS OF ALL KIXDS,
manufactured out of the bjst mnterialr, finished
n a very superior manner, and which he will tell
LOW FOR CASH, Hit long experience in the
business makes him feel confident that hia ebnirt
are mndo in a aubstiintiul and workmanlike man
ner, and will stand the test of trial. Persons
wishing to purchase chairs should cail at once
nnd get them while they can be had at the lowest
rates. JiHX TROCTMAX.
kew nEMr.Dirg for
SPEU M A TOR R II (EE A.
Howard A'Sociatiok, Pnii.Ann.rniA, A Itr.n.
trnttut Inititutinn rtlnhlithed Iv tnrrial Eh-
ttnirmfHt, for the rrlirf nf the Sick and Dittrfed,
njflictrd with Violent and Chronic Vlfnte; and
e)eriitHi for the Cure tf Diteneel vf th .Sexual
Mr.mr.ti, Advice given gratia, by the Acting
Va i.i able Rrronn on Sperratarrhcta. and
other diseases of the Sexual Oigane, and on th
kw RruKiurs employed in the Dispensary, sent
in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Iwo
or three Stamps for postage acceptable. Address
Dn. J. Skills-. IIornnTO, Howard Association,
Xo. 2. S. Xinth at., Philadelphia. 2my ly.
JAWF.a T. LEONARD.
WM, A, WAI.LACK.
t. A. rMSST
A. e. riKsiT
anlmman CoIIftfion Office
LEONARD, FINNEY &Co.
C L E A K I L I),
CLEARFIELD COUNT!', PA.
JBILLS 01. EXCHtHGE, ROTE i.V paifTS PISC0t'5TE
I) POSITS HFXK1VEI,
Collections made and proceeds promptly remitted
Exchange on Ihe Cities constantly
"Office on Seocod St., nearly opposite the
Justice of the peace
Luthcraburr, Clearfield Co, Pa., will
attend promptly to all business entrusted to hie
care. April 4, isci.
n. LAnntMER. I. TEST
Alt KIMIOR A TEST, Attorhiys at Law
Clearfield, Pa., will attend promptly to Col
Uiotis, Lahd Agenoie, 4e., Ac, in Clearfield
Centre nd blk couhtiew. July SU.y
SEED. WEAVER A CO.
MERCHANTS, and extenslre dealers In
all kinds of LUMBER, GRAIN,and country pro
duce. 6tor on REC0XD Streot, Clearfiied Pa.
Peo. 4, 1861.
J. D. THOMPSON,
Tklackamlth.'Wae'ona.Ttue.l.. a. a. i....a
3 on ihart nctie. aad ta?rTbet.tvi. atki
11 Maod ia H IreroMh ef 0nrarrtD.
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rrt tipnn llixm.lfM anil II, mrm!,M,,",".
wln nm ifTamlun. tnlkn..
While la Ikla cudniAn, omiraawJ hi ih. "'!
i, w'a Pill., an. M ho Ifirsrtl, M,3
nitlur! atloa of I ha arslrm, nl with It ihTi ""
f.lln of Imilil, ap,ui. W h,t la t,, aai ,", '""I""
Ibis trl.lid knit common eaiiiihunl, ) dw , w '
f lh Ih MatMl and 1nii.tu dl.li.ii,,... - 0 r
iirKUr tflwt trjwU ll,ra. Cmi.d l,T .Imiu, , Mnw
Wwa aad driipm.nta or th. iiaturnt laactill 2rw
klr. thr M raMlv, and nisoy of !., IU.
bj the tame mani. None wb" know tlM .
I'lll., will nwlecl to .ibUqv Homo , 2
th dlaordera ih-j cum. bgoi
Slt.mnu from lmdln( phjrslrUna In .j
.rlnrlal ctiW, aad froia etbw well known Dubli. il'
aona. rw sw.
Piim FWrtnfi'ny Mtrthant ftl Jfi
Da. Alt : Tour Hlle art lite Iitragnn nf all ll,.i i
rmt In medicine. They hare nurvd my little duthu
or ulcnrona eoree upon her hamla end f-l thu ha oruVj
incurable for years. Her mother has Iwn n
ounly afnleted with blotches and phnpluson her .kin
ia lir hnir. Aflnr our child wna cured, .lit il, ,H L
your nils, aud Ibey bave cured ber.
A a Family Phyalc.
o Dr. I. IK. fMrtwriglit, AVie Orltatu,
Tour Mile are the prince of pnrg. Their imW
)nalllh4 aurpaaa any calbarllc wo peoae. Tiny ,' :
mild, but very eertalu and effect mil In their action on Uie
hovels, which mnkee them invaluuhle to ua In II,,, .un.
Uealaient of disease. s
Headache, SicrVlcadaclie, Pout Stomach.
i'rum Dr. JSdwuri Itnyi, Ikiltimore.
Dun Bao. A iaa : 1 can not anewor vou what eomrlahiU
I hare cured with your I'llll better than to say oil IW
trtr trtnt evil a imrgajivt mtdieint. I plnre grenl druu.
deur on an effectual cathartic In my daily coiumi
disraee, and Uln-vliii aa I do that your Pilli aOord ui Ilia
beat we hay, I of course value Ilium )iiRWy
Pmanran, IV, Slav 1, ISM
- ' ! J. C. Avaa. 8lr: I ham been repntiliy fund of
I Uie worst I'mtach any body ran liave by clop or two
of your Pills. It ateine to arise from a foul itviiiscl,
! "Web they cloatn. at once. '
, wiiu sra rrnpeci, eh. . rRKIIL
CTcl n Sttumtr viaii
Illllois Dleorder Mver Complalnta.
Fivm lr. Thnilort thtt, eJWie Twrk C.ly.
I Not only are your Pills admirably ailnploi! tr, thHr pnr.
pose an arx-rlont, hut I flud their Iwnollrial rff.icUiii rm
Ihe I.lvcr very inaiked Indwil. They l,,ivi' in my prac
tice proved lit, to eltrctual fur the cure of ii"il,
! ploi'nra than any one remi'dy 1 tan niiiitiim. 1 .nnn. Ij
rrjuire that e bane at leuclli a pnrpilivr mliirh i ,,r.
thy the couOdeiice ol the prufeesiun ami Hit ik, .lc.
DrrAaTXiNT or tiir Iminon )
I V'ashinKUn, I. C, 'ill tVh , s,,,
fin 1 1 bave uscd your fills in my ucnu.il ,H liii.jnui
' pnu lica vter since you uiade thiiu, anil cautiot Ii-kIuk u
any they aro the beat ealharttu we employ. Their ri'iin
I luting action ( n Uie liyer la quirk and dn idtd, roi.He
1 uii'Utly they are an admirable remedy fur d i'iuiji'iiieiite
if Hint vrgan. Iinlml, I have aiMum fuund a new uf
liliutu dittaH to obstinate that It tiid not ruiulily i,.ti t0
1 tuviu. rateraally yvtira, ALUNZO IIAIJ.. M. i
j i Itiyticiau aj Ou HuriM Hii)u,l.
1 Dyaeatery, Diarrhoea, Relax, M'orm,
iVom Dr. J. O. Oretn, nf CViioii.
Your Pilla have had a long trliri in my prarllre, and I
bold (lifin in eateeui aa one uf tho best nwi iriiii 1 have
ever louiiu. i neir aiiurniivi viiin-i iip,n uie urer luakns
Hu m aa excellent remedy, when aiten In small d,c fr
I Mieua dtunltry and diarrlxra. 'Hnir snHi-caiing
I nmkea them very acreptabl aud eouvcuknt Kt llic use
of wouicu aad eliildreu.
D.,pep,'" Imp"r"r, " BI1-
! rTom '""r "J "'",.
Pa. AV: I bave used ynur Tills Willi extra .idiniiry
aucr. in my family and anuing those lam rolMt.ivi.it
i ,ii,trea. To regulate the orpins of dig,iii, aud
purify the bluod, th.y are the very best remedy 1 luxe
R""wl,i ana 1 can couuueniiy recominen, iii.oi
m' fti"u'- yur'' J-V. IHMta.
Wtaaiw. Wyoroln To., N. V.. Ort. 24. IMS.
I Tin Ala: 1 am ueltiK your Cntbarllc 1'llln In my ni'.
I lire. aa, Aud tlivtu an e&cfllt-nt piojriitive tu cIciiiin? Ihe
i systeui aud purify the utinfitiut Jar toW.
I JOfI' U. MEAt'llAM, M.I.
, Coat 1 1 pat Ion, Co 1 1 veneaa. Bit purees Inn,
Illieuiiin tlain, 4out, Aeuralgla, Drop"
a), i-araile, fits, tc.
I'rrm Pr. J. I'. Vaughn, ilmtrn l, Cmmla.
Too much cannot I sni,l of your Pills (,r IKp nire ef
ctlimu'Si. Ifoeliersof our fraternity lime luinil iL.in
as rftVadnua aa 1 have, thoy sliouM join nie in prnrlAim
IiiE it for the benefit of the !iiultitutus who sulfur fioni
llmt enmplaliit, which, although had enough in il.-lf, it
the progenitor of ollii rs that are worse. I li, ll ri" c
(irravsi to originate In tho liver, iHt )',,ur Tills aflvct th.it
organ aud care Ihe disease.
From Mil. E. fliirtrf, Phytidan and Mitlvift, Mml.
I ftnd one or Iwo Iair doses of your Pills, token at His
proper lime, are excnlli nt iroiunlives of Ihe rnfiixif irm
lion when wholly or pari hilly aupprewd, and alwi mj
.iricliiel to el'nnte the UnmaOi and cj'ji'I wormi. They
are an nitti h the hel physic we have that 1 recouimend
no other to my patients.
Fion tie Rte. Dr. llawkrt, nf the Mtthnditt Epit. Clturth.
Pi'lAsKI linear. Farannah. d.. .tan. ft, lHoO.
IIoKoaen Siai I eheiild he liiiuiateful for the rli,f
your skill has brought me If 1 did not report my rae to
you. A cold settled in mv limhsnnd brought on excru
ciating nrnro'iyic puiut, wiilcll endrd in Wimin'r rhettwa.
ttim. Notwilhetandlng I had the ltet of phvsichins. the
disease gn-w worse and worse, until hv the aiivire of your
excellent agent in llultiinere, lr. Mai kentie, I tried your
Pills. Their cflects were alow, I, ill sure. Hy persevering
ia the use of lli, ru, I am now entirely well.
Fekatc Cxumira, Palon Ilnuce, I., t Iec. l'S5.
T)R. Atkb : I have been entirely curM, by your Dili. rr
Rheumatic (hut a painful diseane that hnd afllkti'd n,e
for years. MNCKNT SI.IPKLI-
eTMoet of tbe Tilla in market eontnln Mercury,
which, although a valuahle remedy in skilful Inn,!, ia
dangerous in a publie pill, from Ihe dreadful conse
euences that frequently follow Its Inranlious mp. These
Mn lain no mercury or mineral substance w hatever.
Prise, 25 cent per Box, or 5 Boxes for $1.
Prepared by Sr. J. C. AYES lo CO., Lowell, Uaia
t-Soldby C. D. Watson, Clears el I. E. A
Irwin, Curwenaville: F.Arnold, Luthcrsburg,
Montgomery A Co., New Snlem ; J. C. Brenner,
Morrisdale, C. R. Foster, Philipsburg; and Elba
Chase, Ansonville ; and by dealers everywhere.
CLEARFIELD STOSE WARE MTTEBy.
Thankful for past favora and anlicilious of fu
ture patronage. I would respectfully announce
that I have on hand again, nnd will constantly
keep at the Tottery in this borough, on the cor
ner a short distnnce east of the Methodist Church,
a large stock of Crockery, such ns Cream crocks,
milk pans, Churns, Jugs, Jars, Stove pipe casing
de.de; and also an extensive assortment of
different sites and patterns of brackets and
rosettei for cornice on houses, and other moul
ding. Any mouldings not on hand will be made to
older on short notice. Also fire brick mad
and kept for sale.
f"A liberal reduotion on prices me.de t
wholesale dealers. F. LEITZINOER.
Clearfield, may 23, 1861. ly.
Cabinet, Chair Makinir,
JOHN GULICH, of the borough of Clearfielo,
Pa., will be prepared at all tiinea to attend to,
to any business in the above line on saorl
notice, and in a workmanlike manner. His place
of business it at tbe eld shop on the north sideof
Market Itroet, Sd door east of Third st, nearly
opposite the old Jew store j where he will ketp,
constantly on hand a large assortment of Va-
bogony and, Cane Bottom Chairs, and Cabinet
War of every description, which he will dispos
of on aa reasonable terma a the same articles
can be bad elsewhere in the ouunty.
Ilia a lock of Cabinet t are now on hand,
sist in part of dressing and Common Bureaus,
Sofas, Sewing and Washing Stands, Iesks mJ
Book Cases, French and Field Pott Bedstead,
Dining, Breakfast, Centre, Card and Pier Ta
blet. Ac. Cellini manufactured and deliverad at
any place desired.
February , la. (no. 4, vol. it.J
W KAL'OHS for Medicinal purposes Brandy
A Port and Sberry Wine, Neclar Whiskey i nd
3&tt a-at HARTSWICK.'g