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A niUHl.Y LUMIM It A I ED
a run; ionic
THAT WILL RELIEVE TI1K AMID TKI,
Not Make Drunkards.
DD. IIOOFL AND'3
Will Effectually and Most Certainly
CURE A LL DISK A SKS
ARISING FROM A
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Will cure every ense of
Chronic or Netvous Debility. Disense of the Kid
neyi, and Diseases arising from a Dis
OBSERVE Til E FOLLOW! NO SYM P
toms resulting from Disorders of the
Digestive Organi :
F u 1 1 n e ss cr
bland to the
Heud, Aoidity of
the Stomach, Nausea
Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, Fulness or Wright
la the Stomach, Hour Eruc
tations, Sinking or Fluttering
at the Fit of the Stomach, swim
ming of the Head, Hurried nd
Difficult Breathings Fluttering at
Heart, Choking or sutloesting Senna
tatinn when in a lying posture, Dimness
of Vision, Doti or Webs before the
Bight, Fever and dull puin in the
Head, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Yellowness of Skin and Eyes,
Pain in the side, Back, Chest,
Limbs, if-c., Sudden Flush
es of Heat, Burning in
the Flesh, Constant
Evil and greut
D e p r ession of
S p 1 r 1 1 .
Till' -III rUIlt.ICAN."
1 rrml nt iih"rl'ori
If paid la 'lene, or with In thre months, I ?
II paid n time within the yenr, . . . I .'iO
tl id after the intl-n of the year, I 00
ortutK AKr.? Tiirr.T, ri,Mnrtt, hf't.
r. H. fliiol'I.ANI'F.R, to I'tiLlinJicri, I
Term of Advertising . '
1 Advertisement are Inserted In the Republican
at the following ratee t
I Insertion. 1 do.
On iinar,(H lines,) I ft $ T
Two sousres, (2llns,) 1 00 I 0
Three squares, (42 Unci.) 1 0 5""
3 n-enlhs 6 mo .
t i i $1 60 4 00
, ; i 4 n (i t;o
i i : : t tiO 8 ou
I ; : 00 10 00
. . . : 8 OU 12 00
i i i U Oil U0 ul)
Over throe weeke and lets than three uinl.ths 2i
cent per iquare fur each Insertion.
Hnniaiss uetloes not eteteding 8 lines ur in
srtd for It I year.
Advertisraints not narked with tie number of
cseftions desired, will be continued until forbid
and charged according to thee terms.
du. wm. n. ni;nt.i
HIE PEST IN THE WORLD,
NNK TEETH AND A SWEET BREATH,
I RICHARD MOSSUr,
1 OMvH.N AM) lUMFi"l 1U liOMUfl,
'. (.ItaifitH, tn
I 1 00
i II II
PARTICULAR. NOTICE. For those who i!e
slre and will have a Liquor Bittera, we publish
the following receipt: Get one bottle Ilooflund'e Boegi,
German Bitten and mil with Three Quart of, Bradford,
Good Brandy or Whukty, and the result will be. Brady,
a preparation that willr excel in medicinal vir
tue! and tme ercellence any of the numeroue
Lienor Bittori in the tntirkot, and will rati murk
lui. You will have all the virtuee of HonfianoVi
Bitten in conneotlon with a goo'l artiole of Liquor,
at a much less price than these inferior prepara
tion! will cost you.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL GIVE YOU
A GOOD A V V lu. T I V K ,'cio,rw i,
Will eive you Covington
STRONG HEALTHY NERVES,
BRISK ANI ENERGETIC FEELINGS. r '
Will enable you to
SLEEP WELL, 'Ferguson
And will positively prevent 'Fix
YELLOW FEVEK, SILLI01S FEVER, Ao. Girar(1
Time of Holding Court
1 Second Monday 12th of January,
Third Monday ICih of March,
Third Monday tithj of June,
Fourth Monday 28th of Sopteiiber,
i In each year, and oonlinue two weeke If ne:
' Prea't Judge, lion. Sainunl Linn. Bellefonte.
I As'te udges, Hon J.D. Thompson, Curweniville
1 Hon. James Bloom, Foreet.
i Fher.ff, Edward Perks, CtearBeld
I'rothenotnry, llaivid Etiwiler "
Register A Keeorder, I. U. Burger, Cletrfield.
, District Att'y Isruol Tet, "
: Tr surer, Joieph Shaw, "
I C'-. Surveyor, H. II, Wright, Olen Hope
romm'rs, S. C, Thompson, Morrisdale
Jacob Kunti, Luthersburg
Thus. Daughterly, Graiupiun Hills.
I Auditor!, B. C. Ilowinnn, Philipsburg
j ('. S. Worrell, N. Waahingtun
11. J. Woodward, Pennfield,
J. W. Potter, Leconte,! Mill!
Chas. B. tiandford Clearfield.
I. liit of PimtOfllcea.
Xumit of P. O. Mime, o f P.
" Hegarty X Roade
H lllmins Grove,
cchino tooth Aim r. ami mi hai.oia. ,
tin ymi Wish to 1, blessed with and admired
fr Print r Wntra and Himod TKKTII 1 Vr
III. Hi. It. llui d'e t nrlvalled Tooth
I'uW di r, warranted fr"e from acid, alkail.orany
Injorii'iis sulislance. Prb'e, 25 cents per bol
rfl- ;BiO n the ordinury thenp Tooth P
der., which whiten but dt lrv,
l)o jou wl.-h to be eerliiia Unit your BUEATII
Is pure, sweet, nml agreeable to lnnliand or wife,
lovoror friends? I'se Dr. Ilm-d'a ( rlubratrd
Moutli Vt '!. Price .17 cents per bolile.
This nkti'ingent wash is nlso tliobosl remedy in
the world for Clinker, Had Breath, Bleeding
tliiins, S'.ro Mouth, elo. It hm cured hundreds.
Io ymi, or your children suffur from TOOTll
ACllli? (let lr. Ilunl' TootlmrUe
llroph. l'rieo li cents per hollln.
Are you nlllleted wilh NEURALGIA 1 Get
lr. Win. II llurd'a NciualKla I'Uatcra.
The most effective and delightful remedy known,
fir paios In the fiuio, chest, shoulders, buck, or
' ary part of the body.
I Thev do not iidh r. norl-'i t. r I -u !,.' ui '
charm pain away. Try tti- ! rice,
cents. Moiled on riTci !"! ; v
I For sole at nil tht uust s!uim t i . i "
M'.jhit.c:u:3 CAIUNI'.T t.M P unit J
or . .. 'M
A llitloiitti pptnocrafle Hw-ittfr, Anm-it.M hi h '
To h t vlUthit Vi'v t""f V t'k'u In tht LVv "'"t"' t"M " ksTsJ1
' nf I'hMrUUult, ifttOI' on thsrry .lree . ,h
. .it iiaxlitlt' VHt lt I 111 thnr.h, find hesrly tH-.H, ,,, ,.,,
A. J. (ll,nS.HnhNNr,U CO. Kratt.r. F..t wh.rehe Ist.-.i. ,
a. i. tn.o'sliHr'iii"-
.ttul roipivrtl tit MUS.S(.I'M'.
I' Kl NTS
I. aft)-W. . wat.su , ' al.laet m Inr Miins in it, dl(rMM)i
"TI1R AllF." will adtnrale Ihe frlnelples and , kn'IneM, and wirked as t J.,."
poll-volthe Hemocratlc party, end will, there- ! years, he.ides i earrln taa.K,,
L ' .i.. .,f il.. I vrars. lis KaMera li mself II,. I k. ... r I
....li.. lor neees.ariiT iir ni "i"'-""""-"'" r . . " T" rt4
1 , ' as It w.l, and defend the Constitution ot the lul- , "'faction to Ihos. who tony f,.,of klm
I""-1" ted p'tetei.end thatorihli Cominoiiweaun. '""n un,,l'
M (' ti .ill rr..l n,l f.trlv diseuis all lvlllmate t u'leil! a share ofpatronsie, snd u
It will freely and fairly dieru.i all l.glllmete i "fpatronsge, snd it p
. . . . 1 I. ...- .1 be hi oh art to make to nr, I. f ......
lilecU 01 newspsper couiunui, iimiu ui 7. , ; . - ..rai Bn
ur.e, and pr.eu,lnei.tly at this time, all quel-1 W furniture-i.uh as '"V
HON N L I S nl
All toUJ.ndul MOSSOI'S'.
J tloni eonnecUJ with the ealstlng unhappy con-
Qlliun Ul our ruuuvij
emotion l.nre - ,..un,,vit,i..r.nl,
I'A RLE CLOTHS nt
lie lervinti, and defend the legal and eonstitu
' tiunal right of Individual cltiieiii and t sorer-
Ign Pfiitci, against assHtilti from any quarter.
It will seek to awaken the minds of the people
to a proper eenre of the aolonl eirbdillon of the
I HepuhUe to present to them, truthfully, Ihe
Ib-arlul perili in which w stand as a nation to
exhibit the mairniUide nf the nk thut is before
lil lPO thin. if ihev would cheek our downward rroirress 1 f....,.:..j
pricea 1Hj to inspire them with patriotio dcteriuina-1 nor,, pa,t Soring Bed
nml Common and
ny LinU, it'
with Tcckner'i Patent
m ,l. h
ing Chniri tr
.1 n'I'Il L-B n .
prk'Oft Inhrief.it will, In all things, aim to be the i
As there are deulen who tnae ud-
! :;!MMIN0 I
, ! nil kiml. d nt
:u i,r.y qiinu'tj )
Always on hnnJ at MOSSOPS'.
to order Hair, Uutk J
Hair uml Co. u
is. Bl'HEAfS ortTRKssES. Th,2j
,enl tin,l. KIIUf.rn...l ..J . WW1
prior rill.ful exponent f OemocrMio principles, and , ,i0AUDS. Wardrobes,, article,, will b. i.J
' ,ireg ! to render Itself worthy to bo an organ of the , Book.cai)tSf purior ,n(1 onl8r ' 'J
Democratic party, unncr whoso auxpicee our Cnn... Tab r,rel,. ,i,n , 7-1
country prospeieJ o Ion;; ni.d rowel'. Tb fM,t ad Dining tatl.j J t'eh, or eWj
ieiom:ion oi niai puny mo pin; i mo vu.t
lo power, in tno legu
at MOSSOI'S'. tiou to apply tub ur.ur.hr for our nationnl ills.
ivaulage of our advertisements to impose upon CASSlMKRES nt
their cuatotneri fnrerior preparations, u is nn 8 ATTI N E IS
snry to insint upon having what you eall for, and jj-l-iivj
you will oet thk bst, thoroughly tested, nl . r . Vo
prepared by an experienced and eoientiflo Den-,
tiat, Treaiuror of the New York elate Denlist'ij V hS I I Mil
Association, and Vice President of the New York SI1 1 UT1 NGS
City Dental Hoeiuty.
WM. B. JIURD A CO., Tribune- Building!
! Jan. 21. 18B3.
Those lufJaring from Broken Down and Deli- Goshen,
eate Constitutions, from whnterer cause, either in (jrahain,
Male or Feeaalo , will trod in llooflond'i tirman )ulich.
Bitters, a Remedy that will restore them to their Huston,
uinal health. Such has teen the ense in thous-i
andi of instance!, and a fair trial is but required Jordan,
to prove the assertion. ; Karthaus,
Remember that these Bit'ers are NOT Alcho- Knox,
holic, and NOT intended as a Bevtrage. ! Lawrence,
Helen Post Office,
Wm. S. Wright
C. J. Pusey.
T. A. M'tlhee
J. W. Cawr-kilJ
P. B. Millor
R. 11. Moore.
C- J. Floppy,
Jai Mc Murray
S. A. Farbcr.
M. A. Frank.
P. A. Gaulin.
F. W. Schnarr
T. 11. Fleming.
T. F. Boalieh
Klk couuty, Pa.
A. If. Shaw
T. H. Forcee.
M. O. Ktirk.
J. C Brenner,
H. W. Speneer,
A. C. Moore,
1). K. Dale
The pmprlerors hnve tluusands o.'Lrtters from !
the most eminent Clergymen, Lawyers, Physi- Peon,
clam and Citiieni. Testifying if their own per- j "
lonal knowledge, to the beneficial effects and Pike,
medical virtues of these Bitter. "
From Pev. J. Xtwton Brnim, ). I., Editor of th 1'nion,
Encyclopedia of Meliaion Knovlrdve. Woodward.
Although not dispoed to favor or recommend ; f This Post Office will do for Chest township
Patent Medicines in general, through diftruct Witi answer lor Ferguson township.
of their Ingredients and effects, I yet know f no - -
sufficient reason! why a man may not testify do ,
the benefits ho boliores bimsulf to have received
from any simple preparation, in the hope that he
may thus contribute to the benefit of otiiere.
I do this the more readily ia regard to II oof
land's German Ritterr, prepared by Dr. C. M. '
Jackson, of this cit,-, because I wai prejudiced j
against them for many years, under the impren- J
ion that tbey were cbieny an alconolic mixtnre.
I am irdebted to my friend Robert Shncuiukor,
Esq., for the removal of thii prejudice by proper
test, nod for cncomagiuient to try them, when
suffering from great and long continued debility.
The use of three botties of these Bitten, at the
beginning of the present year, was followed by
evident relief, nt:d restoration to a degree of bod
ily and mental vigor which 1 had not felt for six
months before, and bad almost despaired of re
gaining. I therefore thank God and my friend
for directing me to thk use of them.
' J. NEWTON BRDWN.
Philadelphia, June 23, 1861.
Diseases of Sidney avid Bladder, in Young ar
Aged, Male or Female, are speedily remove1,
and speedily restored to health.
Delioate Children those suffering from Maras
mus, wasting away, with scarcely any flesh on
their bones, are cured in a very short time; one
bottle in such oases, will havs woit surprising
Parent! ba Ing suffering children a above, and
wishing o raise them, will never rt4 day
they commenced with these Bt.er.
Llt-eary menr IStudoaU, and those working
hard with theirferaini, should always keep a set
tle of Uoeflland's Bitters noar them, as tbey will
find much benefit from its nee, to both mind and
body, invigorating and not depressing.
It il not Liquor ftimulunt, and leaves no pros
tration. ATTEiNTION, SOLDIERS,
We eall th attention ef all having relations or
friend in th army to the fat that "Heofand's
German Bitter" will cure nine-tenths of the di
eiiei induced by oxposures and privations inci
dent to camp life. In the lists, pvblished almost
daily in tbi newspapers, on the arrival of the sick,
it will be noticed that a very large proportion
are suffering from debility. Every case of that
kind can be readily cured by Hoofland's German
'if these Blue
1rs, nunoreas oi nvei migo oe e.vu iu.v , Cabinet work, taken i
PAYS th entire cost lor TUITION in the
moit popwl.ir and suoceeeful C0MM ERCIAL
SCHOOL in the country. t'pwards of TwKLvr
HcDRr.D youug men, from twerty-eight differ
ent States, nave been educated for husiness here
within th past hr yrs, vome of whom hav
been employed as BOOK-KEEPERS at salaries
f 12000 00
immediately Of on graduating, who knew nothing
f onsite wka they entered the College.
ftr Uinirter m ha If price.
Student nter at any time, and review when
by please, without extra charge.
For Cafaiwgucs, Specimens of Penmanship, and
View f k COLLEGE, enclose five letter siamps
JENKINS A SMITH,
Mayt4,t. ly. Pittsburgh, Pa.
WATCH & JEWELRY
rpHE undersigned respectfully
JL informs his customers and the
public generally, (bat he has just
rwcoived from the East, and 0 en,
(l at mi ewtaleHshoientin GRAHAM'S HOW
Clearfield, Pa., a fine nssortuienl of Clocx,
Watchbs, 4it;wi:i.Rr of different qualities,
from a rieiKt piece to a full e, which he will
sell at the most rensonabl prices for cash, or in
exewange for old gold and eilver.
CLOCKS f ry variety on hand, at th nail
ALL kind fCtoclcs, Watches and Jewelry
carefully repaired and H'orrnnterf.
A continwance of patronage is solicited,
Sept. II, I8. H. F. NAl'ULE.
; mitli us Sitws.uni
tn Clts,uita i
t s. Knives,
a, Ilingeii, I
IHE DAILY EVENING JOURNAL
WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC LEADER.
Thee Democratic papers, lately published by
Albert D. Boileuu, (whose connection therewith
has entirely ceased,) are now published and edi
ted by C harles N. Tine and Allied 1- Lew
is), and will, hereaft.r, be conducted fearlessly,
as crgnni of the great Democratic Party. They
will defend the principles of the Constitutioc,
rights of the States, and the liberties of the peo
ple. The Evening Journal is published every after
noon, (Sundays excepted,) at $8 per annum, or j pjj , 6Ut., M
tnins spirited articles on the political queilions ',!"", ,talsl""
of the day, with all th current newi.iYiarnot ana '6, ""'"i
Stock report!, nod all luch matter al il usually
found in a Daily Newspaper.
The Weekly Democratic Leader, is a large
double sheet paper, eonUiuiug eight pages, lor- shoulder Sncftr
- n. . t ... ,1 ; .n. ftur Mt.rl fa fur- I . . - .. '
'J-y,K. '":""" ' ; MoIaiw,- Uotleo,
Single Copies, one year, $2 00
ul m-iienlion ju ices
ns Cont, Pant,
limn nml Cm,
Now lor shIo at MOiSOPS.
ns Wino, lirnn.ly,
G i ii, V h iakey,
Cognac, etc., elo.,
Two " " 3 50
Three " " 5 00
Five " " 0"
Twenty ' ' 30 00
Thirty " " 42 00
Finy " " 74 00
The Democrat of Pennsylvania, Maryland,
Delaware, and New Jersey, it ii hoped will exert
themselves to give the Leader a large circulation.
Address PINE A LEWIS,
No. lOH South Third St.,
SSuWrit for sample numbers, which will bo
promptly printed, grutis.
May 6, 1S8 .
PHILADELPHIA A ERIE RAILROAD.
rilHIS great line trovers' the Northern and
X Northwestern countiei of Pennsylvania to
the city of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the PtHmytrnuin Unit
road tWmny, and under their auspice! ii be
ing rapidly opened throughout iti entire length.
Il is now in use for raeienger nd Freight bu
siness from HarrUburg to Driftwood (2d rork,
177 mi!es) on the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erie, (78 miles) en the Western
Time nf PiffKtjtr Train ut Vriflwood.
Express Train leave! eas'ward 4 20 P. M.
Lxpress Train arrives westward , 12 00 M.
Cars run through without chaok both ways
on these trains between Philadelphia and Lock
Haven, and betwien Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars accompany the Express
Train both way' between Williamsport and Balti
more, and Williamsport and Philadelphia.
. For information respecting Passenger business
apply at the S. E. Cor. 1 1th and Market sis.
And for Freight business of the Company'!
Agents, 8. B. Kingston, jr., Cor. 13th and Market
St., Philadelphia ;
J. W. Reynolds' Erie;
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R. Baltimore?
II. U. Hoi'SToK, Genl Freight Ag t, Philu.;
Lewis L. Hoi pt, Gen'l Ticket Ag't, Phil. ;
Jos. D. Potts, Gen'l Manager, Willinmspork
Jan. 21, 1863.
Ten, C r n c k e rs,
Coal Oil, etc., etc.
nt lensntioit prioe
al jtns.ft.uou prices
at sensation price
STfTl'TIOIt end the I MION
lative and executive eo crtiuientnl branches of
the Stales ar.d of the Union, we believe to be ne
cessary Ij avert nniirchy, and the uttor ruin of
the Republic. To contribute to thut restoration
will be our higLest aim.
The News, Literary, Commercial, and othe
departments, will receive due attention, and will
he so conducted as to make "Tbk Aoe" worthy
of the support of the general reader.
i'sj.'llie many ditlirulties bow surrounding an
enterprise of the ma-nitudb of that In which the
undersigned are engaged, require them to appeal
to the publio for n generous support, and to ask
for "Tan Am" n liberal patronage and extended
The present state of th preparatory arrange
ments warrant the expectation, that the first
number of the Daily will appear before theclose
of the present month, (February, 1863.) The
Weekly will be issued soon thereafter.
and the latest improved approved countrj J
Extension Tables, lint-' duce. Don't forrtt!
Always at MOSSOPS'.
Per annum, $6 00
Six Months, 3 00
Three Montni, 1 50
Copies delivered at
the counter and to
Agent A Carrier! 2cti
Per annum, $2 00
Six month!, 1 00
Three Moatbs, 40
10 copies on ad'i 17 SO
20 " " 32 00
30. - 44 00
reks. Was i stands.Toi-iiilaoA. '
. - - --- , -I AMU, UVl,!
let and Work tandsjd to Curniab til mj,
and every other kind ofiat tht moil tttntk.
furniture in his line. U rate, i
JCTMaplo, Cherry, Poplar, Pine,LuiwoodJ
every oioer munuio lumuer, win dq takse is ,
change for furniture, Cosh will s'.n be ,
rood Lumber B. K, SHnpp
N. B. Coffins of tbe latest style oditoaJ
on inorfc nuiioe. r unorais niwuuea ih,,..
desirable. Ctearfield, Pa., Fek.W.'u
JOHN LT "CUTTLE,
Attorney nt I.nw and Benl Eatale Agent,
OKfeon Marhctst. OppntHe the Jail,
RESPECTFULLY offon bis I rvicei in sell
ing and buying lands in Clearfield and ad.
joining counties ; and with an experience of over
twenty jears as a Surveyor, flatters himself that
he can render satisfaction. And
Offers for Sale
104KH acres of coal and timber Land, lituat in
Decatur township, Clearfield county, In lots to
suit purchasers, located near the Tyront and
2KM acres of first rate farm and timber land
in Bell township, Clearfield county, situate on the
waters of Curry's Run.
Hi?) acres in two lot, on of 112 and th oth
er of 50 acre, suitable for F'arming purposes, sit
uate in Highland township. Elk county.
it-Gcnerol warrnntee deeds for all the above
ands. Feb. 1. '63. v.
Flyer's Patent Churn,
A superior article. A family using this Churn
never need be without butter !
All the above and many other articles are fur.
We have no hesitation In stating that, j ?' e,'",ome" che'P .for Ca" or Meh",?d
Jitters were freely used among oSr o. I g PH?d C0"DlrJ Proda"- KCberr'' plo,
.a..a. ..i n... -,iK, k. .....k.. .i,. ?oplr, l inwood and other Lumber suitable for
erwise would be lost
exchange for furniture.
JmmT 1 .1 , . .
Th. nMnH.h.r. .r. d.ilr receivin thankful i ""'" io snop l. oo m.rae, rreV
r.-.r, ? ...., t-ioarneia, i'a.,and nearly opposite th "Old Jew
leuers iroui buuctcib ,u ui, u JOHN GTJLICU.
WOO HITS UOeU rO.iOICU uvniu. buv mov v. .
these Bitters, sent to them by their friends,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
Be that th ignature cf "C. M. JACKSON" is
on the wnirPEn of esch Bottle.
Price per ISottle 75 cents,
Or half dozen for $1.
Should your nearest druggist not bav the art!
el, do sot be put off1 -by any of the intoxicating
preparations that may be offered in its place, but
send to us, and we will forward, secure y packod,
Principal Office and Manufactory, No. 631 Arch
JONES k EVANS,
(Successor to C. XI. JaCeiosj dt Co.,)
Nov. 2, 1862. y
VALUABLK TIMBER LANDS
milE attention of persons dosirtusof puroha-
X ins; desirable Timber Lands Is Invited to tbe
following tract of land situated in Keating town
ship, Clinton county, Pennsylvania, known as
tho LORAIN LANDS, vis:
A certain tract, beins; N. 84(19, warranted in
th name of Thomas Willinc. containing about
ll(M) aero, situute on Birob Island Run, at the
distance of 3 miles from tbe river, being well
timbered with Pine and Oak.
Also, another smaller tract of land, situate at
the mouth of Birch Islanu Run, on the west side
r.f the river, containing 13 acres and allowance,
and having a good rafting beach thereon.
lS.For term! apply to
U. L. Kf.hU, I
JAS. B. GRAHAM, (
Clearfield, July 30, 1802.
At th storo of RICHARD MOSSOP.
Altvuva beeps on liand a lull
assot tmnt of all kinds of poods required
for Ihe aeoonitiindation of the public.
Nov. 12, 1862.
"Y0l;rns "c I")YS rlin supplied with
CLOTHING 4 FURNISHING GOODS
at REIZKNSTEIN BROS. A CO., where it
BotJ it prices that will induce all to be
By devoted Interest to the CLOTHING ESTAB
LISHMENT the universal satisfaction which bai
been given has induced tbem to inlarge tbtir
STOCK, which in quality and selection, is now
inferior to none
Come, aud you ean bar
15V OKIM K
jsMrf-Payment required invariably in advance,
Address. A. J. ULUSSBKENR KR A L'U.
Feb. 2, 1863. 430 Chestnut st, Philadelphia,
TESIRES to inform his old friends and cui
I U men that, having enlarged his shop and
increased his facilities for manufacturing, be is
now prepared to make to order furniture as may
be desired, in good style and at cheap rates for
Cash. He mostly has on hand at his "Furni
ture Rooms," a varied assortment of Ready-made
Furnitnre, among which art
Bureaus and Side-Boards,
Wardrobes and Book-Cases; Centre, Sofa, Parlor
Brcakfust and pining Extension Tables.
Common. French-Post, cottage, Jenny
Lind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS of all KINDS, WORK-STANDS
HAT-RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ac.
Rocking and Arm Chairs,
Spring-Seat, Cane-Bottom and Parlor Chain
and Common and other Chain.
L O OKIXG-GLA SSES
Of every description on hand; and new glasses
for old frainer, which will be put in on ve
ry reasonable terms on short notice.
Ho also keeps on han, or furnishes to or
der, Hair, Corn-Husk, Hair and
Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS, of every kind,
Made to o-der, and fuuerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desired.
Also, House Painting' done to order.
The subscriber alio manufactures, and has
constantly en band,
Clement's Patent Washing machine,
The bejt now In use. Those ising this machine
never need be without clean clothes ! He also has
New Jersey Lands for Salt,
(T3,.TiTi(7!i!WTn fffiTP TFrraiift
SUITABLE for Grapes. Peaches, pttn,j
berries, Strawberries, Blackberries, Cut
d" c, of 1, 2 J, 5, 10 or 20 acres each, it tht I,
ing prices fur thepreseat, vis : 20 acres for
10 acres for $110, 5 acres fort60,2iicn
$40, 1 ncro for $20. Payable by one dolu
Also, good Cranberrv lands, and villrtli
CHETWOOD, 25 by 100 feet, at $10 sick,
bl by one dollar a week. Tbe above Un
farms are situa ed at Chetwood, Waihi
tewnship, Burlington county, New JsrsejJ
further information, apply, with a P. 0. 1
for a circular, to j
B. jKAftKbij v;i.Ar.r
No. 90 Cedar street, Now lori,
All kinds and styles of Clothing at nearly out
Prieei usually asked at other Stores.
Clothing good enough to ssitths
Or any other mm.
HiT-Remember the place, in th MANSION
HOUSE, opposite th Bunk.
R EI i EN ST EI N BROS. 4 CO.
Clearfield, April 8, 1863. 3m.
HARTSW1CK & HUSTON
MARKET Street CLEARFIELD PA.
GREATEST BATTLE ON RECORD!
15,000 Killed and Wounded, and
30,000 taken Prisoners !
WITH CAMP EQUIPAGE AND
70,000 Contrabands freed from the
BONDS OFSLAVERY ! !
INVERT man that has read any thing of the
i rast historv of this WAR mustfinallv come
! to the conclusion that the Confederate Govern
. ment would be broken down. It was only a quei
: tion of time. But now we have the above Glori-
out soul-stirring newi to cheer ui up ; and th
only draw-back to our joy and glorification i th
imminent dinger of the Contraband coming
j North to "eat out our substance," and to wear out
eurshoe 1 But of one tbingthepeople of Clear
4eld eounty may be assured, and that is, that
FRANK SHORT for short callod Short ie is
selling Ifciota V anoes a cheap as any other tB. oroorietor respectfully annoonl
man in the oounty; and if you don't believe it, meroul friends, and to the travelliil
just give him a call oa court-week, orat any other n9 i bow prepared to accouimodafj
lime, ana tee lor yourselves, jie wuuiu juiv re- fTor him with a call. J
mind the publio that his ihop ii now on Market Amnle afe and comfortable
itnet, in Shaw i Row where yon will Bud him tMe..A to tB, premises, snd Uaj
just as khori as usual if not a little thorter of I :ii .lw, he on hand. Chargsi
f 1 tk. k. . ... I III,. . . -
v.rn tiii.il ui, fuuiu iiku iv u,,
All kinds of work on hands and made to order
on short notice, and as well'made, and as good fits
as ean be "sheered" up here or elsewhere.
iuDon't forget the shop on Market itreel,
in chaw's Row, directly opposite Rer. H, B.
rjwonpe's office. r, rilUKT.
Clearfield. Jnn It. 1SR2.
New Watch and Jewelry 8!
CI II. I.AL'CIII.IN, having pnrrl
kle Interest ol his lute partner, ii noJ
on bis own hook in th shop formerlrj
by them on Second street, where tie if
to keep up hi reputation as a complete!
by doioa all work entrusted to him on I
tice, in the bent manner, auil oa the i
onable terms. Defvinir tbe rounlr, !
i a fair trial, nnd a continuation of tS
ag heretofore extended. WU)t4
THE BIG WAT'JHJ
N. B The Cash will be poittnetyi
when the work is delivered.
Clearfiejd, March 4, 1863. y
rilHE lubseriber respectfully anno
I citiieni of Clearfield and vicialt
now prepared to supply tho very bl
COAL at the shortest notice, toe
ii designed to be permanent, and
will alwavi be kept on band.
PRICE,-." rtvits it the li
T cents deliver
-For tb pjblio convenienc
Coal will b givon at Krotier's store)
Clearfield, April 8, lSo3.-0m.j
IV'ii f iVli!il 9 lo
MAINE STREET, CURWENSN'l
WM. A. MASON, Propf
rrUII8 long itublished and welU
X TEL, ntuaten in ins wesi u
has beenremoddlea, entar;ea inu
MERCHANT, sad dealer in Boards and
Shingles; Grain and Prodnee. FRONT Street
above the Academy Clearfield Pa.,
Deo.4, 1861. .
FOR HALE A Carriage, siitable fer on or ,
a two horses In good condition for sal
cheap for CASH, by j
. . - M.,f r. . - I
tu v. rrit,i
Clearfield, June 3, 1863.
- JAMBS T. I-BOHAnO.
i WM, A. WALLACE.
JSankinn anb Collection flitt
KEEP constantly on hand a large
and and well selected etock of
DRUGS and CHEMICALS i
PAINTS OILS AXD VARNISH
PERFUMERY A TOiLET ARTICLES.
BLANKS, BOORS AND STATIONARY.
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
SATIOSAL COMMERCIAL COLLEGES.
! 8s Ei cor. 7th and Chestnut streets,
New York city. Brooklyn, Albany, Troy,
I Buffalo, Detroit, Cleveland,
Chicago and St. Lonis.
BOOK-KEEPING, PxuMaHemr, CoMMtnciAb
AnlTBMBTic, Commercial Law, Foam, Coa-
axsroKDSficB, Ac, practically taught,
Wool and Flax Spinnin
WARIJ ANTI.I), Msnufactui
hands by the undersigned,
people of Clearfield county to em
tunity now offered to secure oum
.Machines. They will be sold c I
refuted. Call at the UM
WM. P. (
May 6, 1 863. y
Shaving and llalr-Dr
JEREMIAH N0RR1S respect
J to bis rnnds of viesruti- -hi
has returned tu his old stand, I
pared to render the most perfect i
J..!n his nrofe.sional
Jt" For sale at Hatlck A Huston's Drug; bis care. P.O.
re, Clearfield, Pa, july 1 '63-y t Aug. 21st 1861
Justice of the Tkacb.
For Dicatok Township,
will promptly attend to all bosioeis entniitid te
r. O. Address, j'BlliriDurg r.
LEONARD, FINNEY & Co.
j CLEARFIELD COUNTY, TA.
i bills or axon Aitac,noTEAKD drafts' piscorsiTxn
I DFPOSITS RECEIV ED, I ' THOMAS J. M CULLOUGH,
Collfrtiont made and proctnU promptly remitted ,,, Attorney at Law.'-
Exchange on the Cltlee constantly j 0(o, Kjj0iBiDg th Bank, formerly occupied by
on haud.' ; J B. McKnaily. Esq., Market street, Clearfield,
Offe en Second St., nearly opposit th Fa Will attend promptly to Collections, BaJ
, , . . r vim I These Colleges being under the same general
S6"6?1 -'"".BLTiS1 Mi ?. "0 nnltlngineaeh th.
AT1ES And FANCY AKlICLLb. advantage of all. offer greater faciliUeU for lm-
parting instruction than any other similar Insti
W respectfully Invite a tall, feeling eonfi : tution in the country,
dent that w ean supply th want of all, oa A Scholarship issued by any on ii good In all
term! to their satisfaction.
HARTSWICK k HUSTON,
Clearfield April 37th 1863. tf
pric 'will b paid by.
Oearfield, May 13,
Te. 17, '62.
t. 1. CiANS. 'If
PRANS AND BAB
Attorney at l
m . Cl
for an nnlimlted tiin. ' ETn"
wi.- nLn.j.i.Li. -.ti l . . i ti-1 e- uitviuia has nm.
IDS rnuaueH'uiB viitt, urn inn iwnwj I "" . -,,. fnr
t . i i I . null V Kf.UI.ri. l"r
j eniargea ana rviursisaea in a superior manner, ve x - pfinS fl
and is now th largtst and most prosperous Com-, burg. Also, RYE d ' j
j meroial Institution in the Stat.
I Bryaat A Stratton's aerie ef Text Books, etn.
bracing Book-keeping, Commercial Arithmetic,
' and Commercial Law, for sal, and nt by mail.
sxTTor full particular tend for a circular.'
j Octohw S, 1I6J.-J. J
r.k!H.l,nr. Mav27. 18W- '
ROBERT J. WALtACK- A
Cl.arf.ld, fuW in
esiu thJeoral otacs.