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! " .nming iron and ir-tt M-ular ""J -W I "
! ' .i.e. Ih. , r,.,iH.. h"'-' "ir,Un.. In
their roars sdn! lin" frs''"--. lh tb
theory tif account., 7 i,h "
i i.j f..r many vesr i It Is Very vl
li ih.i . ..urseuf ti"lr t thin mareantila A T "n "M'l'sn's Court f..r th Comity .r Clear-
, 7 , ., ,,. .'i.-nn. h.n.llrl.l lo'f ' M 1 Mri.i Pil.l, on tht ITlh
r o n irh"! "n1'1 (,ml,"n"Jr ; nHvnf Jiiim. A li . ln.i I., n. r .k
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,y joonc n, bflhf lit t rra.r, mrclini
i crniMUolf. Voung men iliouM 'ir-ltltit
5 f.rl od cl crordiiif It.
X MfTiii-rn ii c.-Mnin NiTCOint not a1
i (,t, .;in. frnln ll.Ui.lar-p who will'
UiouMinrt luiloi Irom (inn i.laco, no win
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i.nlcsi ho derotef Iua liruo to hi uroper
; unles HO aeroiei ina i.iuo lo mi I" por
I calling in tl' future. A few stripe ol
l green Uno will not warrant any on lO
6 i . if c. ,
I emulate Mnjor Uenoral.
TnK AltOLITIO.V TlCKIT. It in rumored
Ibtt the AbolitionUU met at Ilidt'oway
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in.v nciriv, ami ivvuiiiiaitiu uviiii iixciinuy
I of Olenrfield, and Capt. Frank Pell of Mc-
kean.ai their candidutes for the Ansembly.
; Mr. Mehnfl'y i a very respeotablo citizen,
4 Of Mr. Bell we know nothing at all, but
, rre-iume he is a genilouirn of fair repute.
Vnr n it? An Iriahman by the name
of Faragmi, id n American of "African
doent," vero both convicted, in May
laat, in the Philadelphia Court of Quarter
rieion of murder in the firal degree, and
I sentenced to bo hung. The Evening Journal
tay that Gov. Curtin has aigaed the death
warrantor Faragau, whose execution is to
take place on Friday next, the 18th. The
j negro has t:ll a ohanco for his life, as no
death warrant has yet been issued. I
(he superiority of tie negro, in the Abo
lition scale of civiliiation, to be extended
ito oapitl cases of crime by the Jacobic
of the nineteenth century ?
I A 8ioht. While taking a stroll along
Main Street, in Curwenille, a few day
ago, our attention was drawn to a prouiia
ruoui crowd of peoplo, passing and re-
j ussing each other with immense load of
tnerchandiza. We called to one of the
fedonti ians to know what had croated this
xcitement T He had hardly time to Bay,
" have you not been to the cheap ensh
tore of Judge Thompson," when he was
buttled off tbo side walk. We hastened
thither and found that he had just return
ed from the b'ast, with a largo and well
selected stock of goods, and was offering:
.thorn loner than thoy are celling at any
ether store in Curwensville.
I ur advico lo all in, to call and see for
. , ...1
jouiniim, iiuu we are lautnea innl inti
exclamation will be " tho half hnlh not
J et been told."
i It ii strange that the publio have not
oi:g since learned the fact that they can
always buy better and cheaper goods, from
tho.o who advertire their wares, than
A If iuu Pbice. Tho nngnificcnt and
tnfuth oniable self-esteem that pervades
,t!ierraaitn of some small minds is really
iircoitipreke.uible to ui in our humble
wpliore, and when we resort to the volum
inoui Wtsbster, and all th Materia Med
Afii' within our reaca, we-still fail to real
ikejsam whence some individuals have
drawn tlwir .unbounded wisdom, and the
Aigli value they put upon their services.
? A ease of this kind was brought to our
notice about the time the Draft for this
fOcunly wan progressing at '.Vaterford.
f -A number of individuals in our borough
formed themselves into a club to rais-;
(iioney to buy their freedom, in the, event
of Leing called through the " interposition
of rrovidenco" into the arajj', al the same
iime each agreeing lo pay sevenly dollar.
'J A young Gent was invited to join the
club, but replied that they were practicing
great fraud upon the government, by
li ving to escape the service of their coun
tiy in this manner, and that he considered
.bis services of more value to the govern
ment than tex-rnhf times seventy dollars,
nd would therefore scorn all such base
.attempts at cheating the government.
iVe are waiting to seo this young man
Undo Sum' harness and take '
hand in " crushing ont this rebellion "
V'e presume he will cot cheat the govern
nient out ofr thnuani nine hundred dol
.Ian, by waiting to he the " last man."
'1 We fear that a perusal of Wood t Bache,
for ten years to come, will still fail to yield
enough "mother wit" to this extremely
loyal" young man lo produce a well
balanced mind, and learn hicjhe fact
tiinl fauaticism is not patriotism.
! THE WAR NEWS.
i m m isa
5 The new from Charleston ii up to the
8th inst. The whole of Morri' Island is
-occupied by the Union force, including
Forts Wagner and Gregg, which were
abandoned by the rebels. Fort Sumpter,
which hoi been repeatedly anuounoed a a
roans of ruins, teem to be still capable of
forniidnWe power of resistance.
On IKa !
skill Of the 8th a Itormin. l.arlv of 9ft,.tV Vl.T" reM 01 . 'Wr,? Pr "nT' '
. . , , .
bOaU attempted to take it, but were
pulsed, leaving, a Beauregard'a dispatch
. " - ,
ays, 113 prisoners, and 13 officer, 4 boat
i and 3 colors. This report i substantially
4nfirmed by account from Union cource
IGcd. Burnside's army reached Knox
jlle on the 8th, and thus holds the con
Jol of East Tennessee. Cumberland Gap,
Moludinc 2,000 prisoners ai captured,
llonecran is reported to iav reached
voaltanooRa, without seriou opposition,
a0( VfM nrenarinn in tnl fluArnia
reZrE,?:p?.ftant from ih m "the
armv . i Teror,a W,
Wtuy is moving South. . J
and HI .-.ft. . . ,, la.
1M, rtr . I, ..ins
H'"n fMhiKi lo lb. eM..,,,,,, .11 i.
it. I n ml, ..,. , ,.,ir r, ,,),, , .,,
dii'a nn(i"Hl, mil II,..., fl,,,.. j,,,
lh same Hit ifnl limn duly auHnl,, at I f ,f
P A tt A If III, mom, Adm'rt,
JOHN A. It I'M II, A f i r.
A mint l, ,S1. pd
Estate of Monti Bojrp;,, dee d
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luin of Mn.i ll.irr, il.'i eR.d, on inntlun of J. II.1
WoKnnllr, Altormy, Ac., llm Curl (rant-
Hult dirimtecl lo the britt of Mote Unggt, 1
' lo 10 Whli H..-)f,or hlii li.gnl re), rf.cn-
'""' K-"rl Hi'KK", .Mnritnry llnilcr, wilViol A.I
". wn. uijonn nioLonkny, Alar -
lh, millut H r.. lliiin. 'iiir.
n.... ii.... a ii.. i
' Cl"""11"- n(i Koln(t "". nJ U other
ipor.on. liilBritJ, or claiininK to b. ownart of
ld eatnte". to bo and appear Moru lb bonora-
'l,',!1"'I"'l,".r '' '- Co-irt. at . t'eurt to be 1
beld al rii.iirn..l.l, on Ihe2itb duyol Sopteinlier,:
A. V., IfM, (hen and there to accept or refime
valuation put upon it lytho impiet duly return-
ins re. email 01 ikiii iiccetlHiit, lit the npprulned
w.inufcK, uric o. v..
Augu.l W, IBO.I.-bl.
V.lMiV NOTI( r-Th Hoard of Relief
Coinmiaaionera' ollire, 011 Wedneaday and Tbura
day, tl. 2;ld and 21th duyi of foateuiber, 1 8(1 j.
The Board have direotod that all new uppli
eanta mint appear bofi.ro the Hoard and produao
tbeir iworn auitomcnt duUilinr nam of aoldier,
reglmant and company; when en. is ted ; the
number of children, with nfre and tax of ea. h :
tb township in whioh they reaided at the lima of
linn f ii i,a a...'. t,( ,
f.niMti, I lntf.itM r
nliatinent, and their present roaidonee; and that. At Centre iohool-houao for Dccntur townidilp.
ahe ia without t lie meani or mi p port fur heraelf At the bouae of John (Iregory formerly ououpi
and children, who are dependent upon her. ed by Thoinna Kobiaon (BrundwAy) fur Fergumin
Two witnoaaoa of credibility, from the township tewnnhip.
In which ahe reaidci, must alo be produced. ! At the Ii uae of J. I. Ilomlv lor V..y inirnsbln.
vrruuonic, iwurn 10 oeioro mo ooarii, must
sat forth that the applicant is the person alio rep
resents heriolf to be; that the atateminent of ilia ,
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uuuiuoi g "u oi ncr iainuy it irue : mat ant
ii In deatitute circumttnncea and her fuuiilv in
actual want ; and Unit all the fnnta net forth in her
application are Jiift and true.
Forms coiitninlng tlieae roquloitiona can bo ob
tained at the office of the Hoard of Kelief, when
application ii made and the witneaaea appoar.
WM. S. UHADLK V, Vik.
Auguat 12th, 1863.
CoaClunaking and Blacksmitlisliop,
toirether with the necessary water Dower fur aaw.
injr. all In good condition, for sale at a bargain.
The above property is situated in. the borouch
of Curwenavilie, and possesses all the advantages
necessary for conducting each of the above
branch eo of business with superior facilities.
For further information apply to
CurwonavUle, Aug. 19, '63-tf.
QON, entirely new, well painted and 6nisbed,and
substantial in every particular. For sale ut a
bargain. C. L. IiAIiKWTT.
Clear8eld, Pa. April 15, tf.
TIIK UNJTKI) STATES HOTEL,
CX)V ERLY l 11 UrCHISON, Propriws.
riHIS Hotel, so well known to th travelinj
JL puuuc or uiearntld county, ii now in a coc
dition to afford the moat excellent accommodation
eithor fur the transient guest or the permanent
Th "United States" bos now all the conven
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL,
and the Proprietors are determined to enure neith
er expense, time nor labor to ensure tho comfort
or the guests. Th patronage of the traveling
publio ia respectfully solicited. jly I, '03, y.
mIrkell bTgTTioi "
Have just opened a largo and splendid
At their old stand in Clearfield.
rjyiKY- have the best assornnt of Hardware
X that has ever been brriught to this county,
which they will sell at tb most reasonable pri.
ees, among which oe fimnd a splendid lot o
C U T TL ER Y,
To yilicL thev Invite the snrc.ial attention nf i)ia
fSmlic, embracing heavy Silverpluted Forks,
Spoons and Butter koivos of the best manufac
ture. i A lot of Pistols of the bist pattern, and other
fire-arms. Also a general assortment of pistol
cartridges all of which will be sold at reasona
Thoy cuntinue to manufacture all kinds of
Tin-ware, Brass Kettles, Stove-
Pipe, etc., which cannot be aurpassed in t' ia sec
tion of the State.
They also have on hand PlttHburh Plows,
among which are Steel Centre Lever Plows. Also,
Plow Castings, and many other Agricultural Im
plements, r " ; ' I ' ? . .
Cook Stoves, Parlor and Coal
Stoves a general assortment, and of the best pat
terns, far sale at reasonable prices.
Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, a general assortment.
u . ' pu,.ty', '""J Iron lln,lc'.t"'S', of great
n.ii ui jitct aiiuuw vvvry ming waniea oy
th publio can be found in their estubtishment,
and at prices that cannot be boat.
Now is the time to purchase,
If you desire any thing in their line of business.
Qive tlicat a call and examine their stock, and
they feel assured that you can be accommodated.
Remember, their establishment is on Second
Street, Clearfield, Pa, where you can buy good
to the very best advantage.
Mf01d silver, eopper, brass, pewter and old
catlings will be takes in ekchaoj; for goods.
May 20, 18C3. MERRELL i EltiLKR.
' Valuable Timber Land and
THIS taa property ta situate in Oirard Uwa
ship, Clearfield oounty, Ta., and contains
about I.700 acres of Land, tract No. 61166,
and parts of JraoU Noi. 3Ai aad 5367. These
lands are vet heavily TJMHKRK'), with a quan
Uty of PINE, OAK and HEMLOCK.
A STEAM SAW-MILL
eomplet running order, capable of cutting
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re-(F.ntUD ,tocl the mill; one Jarg Mansion
inZ'.l' ..."L"1 'It' f T"'
oacesaary roaus. ranroaus. .. lor
roTf.n ..a a'pi'V" U"d'
This valuaU. propen U.itu.f npon 8.ndr
Creek, about 4 mil. lh, rlr ai u ' I
ularly known a tt I
., . .M..M.,,H.UUU, .1,1. .11
French Ville Steam -Mill Prn..t-
1. now off.rd atr-RIVATE sW'
reasonabl. term. All kinds of Vwa4 lumber
canl-slywd .copomioally Lk.nT i.t
from th. point indlcstid ' " ,
Application eaa b mad. to aitlier of tb.
- ;P;: ;.hv ,.,:
JAS. T. LEONARD,
apt. a, im, WM. A. WALLACK,
1 1 l U Mil 1M I in. Mill.
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l n A I
IImihhI A.l-:y i.f II, I'MMtv,.,
ri.ilum, rni.il. I " n Al In
!,.,. rl Mcoilnn frjitiln i i. r, ,.n
r 'ci'i. '.
tl'li, " i
l r..,m1 lip. a 1 1, Mb. rift, rf l . f..,,, ,.
ti"loffv .llhllD pnllc ,,f .,, h l, J),.
t i"s Iiit I l, ild. m.. lh i4 rn .i l,
Thfrf..M I, KI)Alll l'KHK, Ida
Mi.rlff of I! ei ,. (i.iim,, ,n h rr l. nlr
Tiilillr V.llre I II. Kl .r i.f lb. n.mn, f
rii-mllrl.l, ilmi a ii(ml rctl..ri Kill In h .I
i.n Hi MrmiKl Iiii mIk) til lirtobtr nr it. I.f
l lli I hlrln nih day of I ho n.oiit h. at lb.
sanral election districts In said e.antv, a't win
I'wt and place th uua I fled ,. r. ,11 t
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".v...-.i i. HI.I.IIIVI vi una . urn hi no
Fur On rinn for Juilg of tli Fiijirrin Court
of Ilili Ci,inmonellh.
For Two r-.c.n ,i rn,rrnt llm rountlo of
Olrrftolil, Klk JoftYriMin ml M.iKonn. In ll
, uuui oi nurrmillvi or Ikii I ouiiuonirralt i,
Fur On nun fur th. ru.. ..r r u.i ,.r
"ur On ieraun f..r tl,. ofT.oo uf Tronnurcr of
For One poraon for tli offiv of Auditor of C'loar-
1 be elector of the rountv of O n'rOeM will
tuko notice that the raid (irneral I'lerlion will
oo Hold nt the rollniriiir nlaeva. via
At I lid hM of A t -.1.1. 11 I. 1..
At the houae of Ae. h Kills for Hell townnhln.
At the houne of Jaa. Hloom, aenlor, fur Hlooiu
At the boil'. f Kdwanl Albert (or EuK' tp.
ni me nouse ol n in Hoover lor llradlord tp. ( oenia. .niincu on receiptor price. ;
At the liouso of H. W. Monre for llrailj tp. Fur nale at all the beat toro throughout the!
At tbo huuse of Jno. Younj; for Hurnside tp. country. i
At the school house near riiiuon Horabuunh'a t'Al'Tion. As there are dealers who tnke ad-1
for Cheat town. hip. I rantae; of our arivortisouiriila to imp.iae upon:
At tbo Court Hounofor tho borough of Clearfield. ! tbeir ciiftmners inferior preparutioua, it is necca
At the lioii.e of J, Muiirer lor Covioirton two. I i"y to insiat upon having what vou call for. and !
At the bouio of Janac HIooih, for Curwonavillo
Att'ongreaa Hill arhool homo for Uirard twi
At the public school house forOeshen township,
Atthehouso of Jacob Ilublor for Oriihain tp.
At the school house In Jnnesville for Oulich tp.
At tho houso of Jcsso Wilson for Huston twp.
At the school house iu Anronvillo for Jurdun
At the houso of U. D, Hall A Co., fur Karthaue
At the Turkey Hill school-house for Knox tp.
At lh Court Hunae in the borough of Clearfield
for Lawrence fp." - '
At tbu public acbool-bouso icr Lumber City
btrough. - -
At tb houso formerly occupied by Thus. Kyler
for Morris township. s -
At the public scbool-bouae for th -' borouU of
ftew Mohbington. ' . v
At the houa ofSntu. Smith fur Penn township.
At the bouse of Inane Hlnoiu in the boro' of Cur
wenavilie, for Piko township.
At the house of D. E. Hrulmker 'for I'nlon tp.
Atlhe houso ofTboi. Henderson forWoodnard
SOTJCE IS F CRTIK ft HEREBY GfVEX,
That all persons, except Justices of tho Peace,
who shall hold any ofSoe or appointment of trust,
under tho government of tho United States, or of
this State, or of any incorporated district, wheth
er a commissioned officer or othorwlse, a subordi
nate officer or agent, who is or shall be employed
under the Legislative, Executive or Judicial De
partments of this State or of the United States, or
aoyeity or incoporated dirtrict, and also that ev
ery muuiber of Congress, or of the Suite Logisla-
ture, or of the oeuimon or select council of nny
city, or commiaaiener of any incorporated district,
are by law incapable of holding or exercising, at
tb saire time, th office or appointment of Judge,
Inspector, or Clork of any election of this Cum
tnonwcullh ; and that no Inspector, Judge or oth
er officer of any such election, shall be eligible to
any office voted for.
And the Return Judges of the respnetivo dis
tricts aforesaid are rcquostod to meet at t'.ift
Court House, in the borough of CIcarfieM, on the
Firtt fnduif next sftor tli said Pecnd Tuesday
of October, then and tbcro to do lliuee things re
quired of them by law.
UIVEN under liy hand sU soul, tt Clearfield,
this ninth day of Sci.'.cDiher, in the year of our
Lord ono thousand eijht hundred "and sixty
threo, and of i,v Indcpondonco of the UnitcJ
States tUe eighty-seventh.
EDWARD PERKS, Sirff.
Trial I,lt for Srptcmber Term, 1p.I.
ry A t arson, ti
McNoughton t Fry y
Wm. S. San key, vs
Schnell's heirs, vi
Thompson Head, v
James T. Leonard, vs
Catbenrt for use, vs
Lee A Campbell vs
J. li. Graham, ...
Cnsebear, ' ' ' ' vs
1.. Bloom, , vs
Wid. .McKue, vs '
James Smith, vs
Hinghmu t Hood, vs
Shaw i. Ogden.
Peter Sey lur X wifo.
, , Wilhelm.
Hayek. '"' '
- Jordan's hei-s.
" Thomas RecrS.
L. W Weld.
Houtz et ul.
E. Shoemaker, . vs
Primer A Hurley, vs
1. 1st of Grand and Travis Jurors Tor Sep.
. tcmbi r Term, Ishi;.
na as 11 jikors.
Hell, Samuel JenkiSsr.
Hoggs, I'utrirk Gallagher.
Rradford, Daniel Stewart.
Hrady, Henry Heborling, Jacob Penti, David
Hurnsido, John Brown.
Curwens ville, Joshua E. Baker.Wm. A. Dole.
thest, Wm. tV. Worroll.
Ferguson, Wm. MiiCroeken.
Graham, Wm. U. Johnson, Patrick Curley.
Girard, Stephen Hugjieney.
Huston, Henj. DeEeck, Samuel W, Bliss,
Jordan, I'elor Patterson.
Lawrence, Matthew Keod, Richard Shaw, jr.
T..k- M.I ...l.li-
Pike, M. L. C. Efans, Richard Freeman, S.
WuodwarJ, Wm. B Alexander.
' TnAvia jciions,
Bogs, Andrew Hauglimau.
Bradford, A. M, Gill.
Hrady, James C. Barrett.
Hurnside, Lemuel Byers, Pater Ruth, II. B.
Davis sjiamuel llrickley, John agner. i
Clearfiold, Wm. Porter, 0. B. Morroll, J. P. I
Kratzer. . I
Curwensville, Jaoob Bilger, Js. Thompson,
Chest, Thomas Garlley.
Covington, Sorden Coutriet, Charles Mignot.
Decatur, Charles M. Cadwsllader, Samuel
Perguson, John P. lloyt. 1
Girard. Levi Wetsel, Daniel Kris.
Graham, Clark Dale, Valentine Flegal.
Guiich, J. H. Morgan, G. V. ll.Cully, Hen
Huston, rinlip Hovencr.
Jordan. James M. Johnson, Miches' Gibson,
Karlhaus, George Heckendom, W.- IL Ml-
rh.i i. H. II Ilu . Jnhn C. I ..J
bu.Bii, . u. iuii, 4 uiiu uiiuiana.
Lawrence-Elijah McDowolL Clark
Jo,ePh 0wcn ,lenry Irwin-
Ne, Wiahington, Joseph IL-Braih. ' !
Paon' Orier Bell, jr., Samuel C. Hepburn.' '
p I'njon-tayid Horn, David Weltyllorac, A.
C,rtae7.Lavf B. Dreasl.r.
Estate of Henry Hockenberrr, dee'd-
CLKARriELD COUNTY. S8 :
4 T an Orphans' Court held st Clearfield In and
3?t . 'f' rt Ja" term' :' D- 18.M'
. . , "j 7PI T" Z I ' ' g ,
H.n - rf V0? dlltu"' ,oh f
"en7 Juc"h'77r . N fti
r,, j j i W
BroV.d kI T " , .
"Jubb l, 18ti3 ae
ons are filed on
orbforlh first day ef text term, will bcon-(
, firmed absolutely
By tb. Court,
I. O. BARUKR,
C Orphans' Coiut
i July 22, 1M3.
mi. i i in
i in: won i.n,
HNK IrKTII AM) A HUHT fillHATII,
I I Hl! TuoiMAC II f, AMI Ml It A It f 4 .
Jin ton wl-h lo he 1.1, ..o, i,i, ,n, M,,r(r.
f,.r ITU t r Wtiit and Hmiih I I r Kt II t V,t
Dr. Mm. H. Ilurd'a I nih nllrrl Tm.lli
'.,di r, warranici free from c,, alkail.or any
injilili ii" MibUnnce. Price, Jj ci'im per hot
?r I canre o h, onlitiary cheap Tooth Tew
dcM, o'lb h wlillen but dcalr.'r.
(io j-.iii wlfli In I. certain I but your MtKATII
a pur.', pwer,, n,i aurcinhle lo hunb.nd or wifo.
l"Vcr or irinnHi f Ue I li , Huril'a t lulu ateil
Mmifb Wuxh. i-,i, .., "
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1 lii aMriiiKcni wimh la alo tliebntt remedy iu '
the wml.l for Cnnkcr, lind llniatii, bleedinc 1
..,..1,., ...u ...join, ric. ii nas cured liun Irod.
io v, hi, or your children suflcr from TOOTH -'
ACIIK? Oct lr. Hind's Mnt-lc Toothache 1
Dnipn. Price 15 ennta nor hotil... I
! Are you nfllicted wilh NKC KAI.OIA ? n.l
lr. Vin. H Ilurd'a Nui-alirln Pl.ylnr.
Tl.. m.ut (.iTKrllv. ...I .1.1!..!.. r.l I.. 1
f-ir pnins in the fuoe, cheat, ahouldera. ba.k. or
ar.y purt of the body.
i 1 hoy do not adhere nor blister, but aooiha .ml
fb.irin pain away. Try tliem. Trioe, li and V7
1 you will nat thb iikht, ihiiruiilily tented, mid
prepared by nn experience.! and Bc.ientino Don
tist, Treasurer of Hie New York Htnte Hentint's
Aasocintion, and Vice l'reaident of the New York
City liontnl Kocioty,
ew York. "" C" Trib"ne BuiMing
Jun. 21, 1883.
FHILADEI.rill A &, KKIK ItAIMlOAl).
rpilIS great line trnvcrs s the Northern and
J. Northwestorn counties of Pcnnsylvahia to
the city of Erio, on l.ako Krie.
It has been leased by the t'enmyhnnin ftnil
road Company, and under their t ui-picea is be
ing rapidly opened throughout its entire length.
It is now in use for Passenger and freight bu
siness from Hiirrisburg to ilriltwood (2d r'ork,
177 mi'eaj on the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erio, (7S miles) en the Western
2"7iic ( ruuenyer Twinn ill Di ihcooil.
Express Train leaves ca.H:wurd 4 20 P. M.
Lxpross Truin arrives wot'twnrd 12 00 M.
Cars run through without ciiamok both ways
on these trains between Philadelphia and Lock
Haven, inul between Hultiiuore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars occompany the Express
Train both ways botween Wlllinnisport and Haiti
more, and Williuiusixirt and Philadelphia.
For information respecting Passenger businoss
apply at the S. E. Cor. llth and Market sts.
And fur Freight business of tho Company's
Agonts, 8. H. Kingston, jr., Cur. Llth and Market
sts., Philadelphia ;
J. W. Reynoldri1 Erio;
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R. Rnlilmsre;
H. H. HuraTuM, lien'l Freight Ag't, Phila.;
Lewis L. Hoi pt, Oen'l Ticket Ag't, l'hila.;
Jus. D. Putts, Oen'l Manager, Williainspoit.
Jan. 21, 1863.
Slid at Them !
NO MISTAKE NOW.
r v "u.u .oo ony
I m iiisC. nnw nnoninir nn nnn ii thft .iirvpx.i
. -.1117 ...I tl I ! . ir .1 :.
Dtl nut PHrrlnl v Hi.Itw iHil Aw4nrr inttiiU nf
ever offered to tho good penpla tf Curwonsvillo
and its vicinity, nnd which he will sell ut lower
rates than any houto in the county.
CLOTHING AT ItF.DUCKD miCES.
Sugar from 12 to 15 cents per lb.
Heat Syruji at 87 conts per gal.
Ana all other groceries at tho sumo rate
IOCS nnd SIlOP FindilHra
. ?. . , inclines
of all kind
Ladies who wih lo make a good investment
should call and examine the assortment of
where they will find the very latest, best und
Boat fashionable patterns of
POP LANS, CULLIES, PER E IKS,
LAWNS, fic. Ac.
Rye, Outs, Corn, Fish, Bacon, Ac, ifc,
sold at tho lowest prices for cash, or exchanged
for Country produce.
J. F). THOMPSON.
Curyensvillo, May 20.1S6:).
"S Joiin" l7 cmfu
Attorney Ht J. aiv and Ileal Instate Ajfent,
(Mrfon Murhftsl. )yjw$tc the Jail,
T ESPECTFUI.LY offers his s rvices in sell
X ingnnd buying lands in Clearfield and al-
joining counties ; and with an experience of over
twenty years as a Surveyor, flatter himself that
he can render satisfaction. And
Offers for Sale
10)() acres of eoul and timber Land, siluaH in
Decatur township, Clearfield county, in lots to
suit purchasers, located near !ho Tyrom and
acres ol nrst rate rann find timber land
in Hell township, Clearfield couutv. situate on the ..
waters of r...' Il
watersof Curry's Run.
acres in two lots, oae of 1 12 and theoth-
er oi an acres, suitable for l aruuiig purposes, sit-
uate in IHl,l,..,l ......I.;., l. il ...?.'.. r
iSs!L.General warrant.,. .1..1. for .li ih. .bn.-
Feb. IS. '6.-
DAMEL CONNELLY begs leave to inform
his friends, and the eitir.ena of Clearfield
and vicinity generally, that he has taken the shop
latejy occupied by George Newson, In Shaw's
Row, where he intends to lie ready at all times to
wait upon those who iray favor hi in with their
He will cunrnntee bis work to be as well exe-
auted as can be mada lsewl,r nn.l t nnlfn aa
reasonable prices. He is bound to win the good
opinion of all who walk in shos-L' other whether
mole or female and nli he a.ka is a fair trial.
Clearfield, July 8, 1801 y
j Attention, Fanners. ,
TUB EXCELSIOR WIND-MILL. Ono of
the best Windmills evor invented is now bo- ;
ing offered to the citiaens of Clearfield county.
, The undersigned Agent is now in this place ror
the purpose of sup lying every farmer with an
' article of the first lass. Ho only asks a fn'v trial
to secure its successful introduction. Farmers
are particularly invited tu call and examine the in
before curcbaaing any other pot'ern.
Clearfield, July I, ISM. Agent.
L. V.fRANI. WAITIR BlRSlT.
C1U'S and BAKHKT,
ttonjpys at f.aw,
May-4, '43. Ci.Kar;L0, rs.
1) OtKRT J. WALLACE, AiTonsar it him
I L Clearfteta, ft., uric id
osite tbtJcuroal oflie.
dec. I, IS33.-IX
a r n r. mi a n it ! v a t. o i-
I 0(1(1 !
at iii;i iirAi,t '-ii sioin:
'..l,.7l,".., f:";i" t-t.ir.r M.-ri.tw
1 M",I I !",; ..,.) ?mmrr ,,,,
l "ItiM'st rvcrv (.cHcrtpiioii,
A I,...uhIuI a,,..,,,,,,.,,, , f ,.t; , ,,,
Rood, of the h.wa.i and 1.1., t iirUt. Aluo ,
grciil ariclr nf n.u noil,,!,,
lKV..M)sj AM) NOTIONS.
llal and I'apt,
Uoota imd Shoei, a liirgo qininlilr,
iiiiiunarc, vi eeiiiwnin,
Iirugt and Mt.llcino,
Oil and Puiuti,
Carj ct A Oil Clolha,
(J K o c l: K I E s ,
Fiah, Bacon and Mour,
:clcrt. in i and Imrrcla,
th loweal eaah or" rendv nay uric.
... v,i ii.iniuy, an oi which will b mid at
i My old friendi .ml il'm .nl.iu ..'.....n. ...
rMMU.fi.ll. .. .... '
T-r-S. II. All kinda ofr;? 4 V ..,! 1
CO I TH )' 1'HOVVCE taken In MrhiLn ol
taKen in exchange ot
! t-lesarflulil, Juno 2li 1863 tVM, P
Clicap ru mi i( nie!
DK.SIRES lo inr.irm his old frinnds and cua
t' mcrs that, having enlarged hia shop and
iuorenscd his facilities for luuiiufaoturing, be ia
I now prepared to make to order furnituro as may
bo desired, in good stylo and nt cheap ratca for
, Canli. He mostly has on linml at his "Eirni
ture Ruoins," a varied assortment of Ready-made
furniture, auionc which an
i bureaus and Side-Donnls,
Wardrobosand louk-Ciises : Centre, Sofa, I'urlor
liroukla.st aud Dining Extension Tables.
Common, French-Post, cottage, Jenny-
iiniu auu oincr iieasieaus.
SOFAS r.fnll KINDS. WOKK-STANDS
IIAT-IUC'KS, WASH-STANDS, Ac.
Uo&ing and Ann Chairs,
Spring. Sent, Canc-Rottom and Parlor Chairs
and Common nnd other Chairs.
L O 0 A'.Y G-GLA SS ES
Of every description on bund ; and now glasses
for old flames, which will bo put in on vo
ry reasonable terms on short notice
He also keeps on ham", or furnishes to or
der, Hair. Corn-Husk, Huirnnd
Cuttun top Muttressee.
COFFINS, of every kind,
Made to o-dor, and fuueraU attendod with a
Hearse, wshenovur deairod.
Alsn, HoiiNf Palntlli",-done toorder.
Tho siil.seriber also monufaotures, and has
ConMantly en hand,
Clement's Patent Washing Mahim;,
The boat now in use. Thoso using this machine
never need be without clean clothes ! Ho also has
XATlOSAt. COllMLIiCfAL COLLEGES.
S. C. cor. Ttb and ( bestuut Streets,
New York city, Brooklyn. Albany, Troy,
Buffalo, Detroit. Cleveland,
Chicago and St. Louis.
")00K-KEEl'lNO, I knm ixsiiii", CovMKnruL
, ... ...... i
j , A RiTiuiKTtr, CuMiir.RriAL Law, Fons, Con
...... . . ' "
.. 1 . . J . h
These Collfgei being under the saint. General
and local management, and uniting in each tbo
advantages of all, oiler greater facilities for im
parting instruction thun any other similar insti
tution in the countrT.
A Scholarship issued by ayiy oue is good in all
for nn unlimited time.
'I ho Philadelphia, Collego has been recently j
enlarged and r-jfurnished iu a auperiur manner,
and is now the largest and most prosperous Com
mercial Institution in the State.
Hryaxt A Stnitton'a series of Text Books, em
braving Hook-kuepiug, Couimerciiil Arithmetic, I
' c"lllucre'l '-aw, for snlo, and sent by mail.
pi'orJM ,, fut ,.in.,ar
New Goods nt Reduced Prices.
rphe ( Id stock to be sold it I a reduction to cor
J respond willi the new goods.
I Has just received
a gene.-al assortiueut tf
'DP.Y (jt)ODS Jit reducrd (uices
1 DI.'Y HOODS ut reduced prices
I DliY (i(K)DS nl icdueoJ imeen
DliY (it lOD.S at reduced prices
lionncts and Shaw
lionnets and Shawls
Honnets and Shawls
I'onnets and Shawls
-lardwave, ttipptiswaie, Tinware
1 1., ., n u,. i t;. ..........
II.. I . . . . ... '
iiai'mare, .iieeiifwure, 1 1 invar.-,
" "'dwarc, tleoiKsivnic, Tinware,
O. n . .. , . .n J1 11
XS9-hijZiL4Z SJlil iU.
Tu"' Coffee. Mobiles, Sugar, Salt,
. .nines, meo, i-iour, iincon, risn
Tolr.cco, Crackers, Vi negas, Oils, Varnish,
, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Drugget, Looking Glasses,
Clocks, Churns, Wa.'h-boards, Tubs. Buckets, fl:,t
Irons, Pans, Window-blinds, Wall-paper, Coal
Oil Lamps, Umhrclli, Bod-c ords, knives and
Forks, Spoons, Crocks, Slnvo blacking. All of
which will be sold on the most renaouublo terms,
nnd the Mgho.-t market price paid for Grain,
Wool, Shipping Furs and all kinds of c iuntry
produce. J. 1. KRATZEK,
Front stre t, above the Acadoniv, Clearfield, Pa.
June 3, 186.1.
i: k I ac; i: orah hoh x I'oh sai.i-:
'1 he subscriber offers to sell, on vorv rniwin.
aiile terms, a J vt u iiiiK.r. CAHRIAGK, ana also
t-lil -Altlli);.H WAGON, nearly new
snd both in good running order.
J. li. u S AHA V.
ug. o, 6.1.
TAXTIU an active, intolligont boy, It or
M 14 years old, to lenrn the Storrkeeping
I'.usiness. Apply tu JAMES E. WATSON.
DR. A. M. HILLS
a W X
ESillKS to in
form hia pat-
fl - t iijhi. iiruicssion-
Cyfj, 1 business rnnfines
,jj -: i.im to mi oftico all
tho titnn. find im wit!
.-ry"il.rfor be unable
... ... ... .... ... Ii
io maae t ruieasionai
Visits to any of bis
Ibis summer; but
aoay be found sut bis office on the southwest cor
ner of Front and Main streets at all tiroes, except
when notice appears in the t'.wo papers to the
contrary, July , 'fi3. tf.
A Iirill.i ii ,' i ; in vi i !,
i t'iii: IONIC
1IIU ILL llM in I Mil Al I I li .;r, t
Xot Mdhv Drunkards.
run-Ale i.ii i,v
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
PIIH.ADI I PHI l a.
Will FlTectnally and Most Certninlv
CUKi: ALL I) IS MASKS
ARISlXrt FROM A
ILUori.AXjrs CKIi'.MAN lUTTKi
Will cure every case of
Chronic or Nervous Debility Dianas, of tbo Kid
neys, ud Discosns arising lV.nn ii Di.
OBSICRYK TDK FOLI.OWIM, SYMl".
turns resulting from Disorders of the
Digestive Organs :
r u 1 1 n e as t r
lilood to the
Head, Acidity of
the Ktoiuaoh, X'uuioa
liuiirtbmu, Disgust for
Food, Fuluesa er Weight
in tl-o Stomach, S.-.nr Kru,
tntions, Sinking or Flutteiinj;
(it the Pit of thcrtoniacli, svln,
ining of the Head, Hurried an.;
Diliicult Hreathings Klutterii s
lleurt, Choking or aullucating Sensi.
tiiiions when in a lying posture, linmiesa
of Vision, Dots or Webs beforo tho
Sight, Fever and dull pain iutii
Hem), Deficiency of Pcraplrution,
Yellowness of Skin and Ly.j,
Pain in tbo side, Hack, Clu . tA
Limbs, .f c, Sudden Flush
es of Heat, Uuruiug ii.
the Flesh, Constant
Evil and great
D e p r essieii of
PARTICULAR NOTICK.-For those who
sue and will have a Liquur Eitters, we publisU
the follow iug receipt: (iot one botilo Hootluud's
Oeriiuin Hitters and mix with Three Quart f
tiuuil llrumly , Whitley, and the rcsuft will bo
a preparation that will.ir ired in medicinal vir
tues and true e.tcelleuce any of tho numerous
Liquor Hitters iu the market, aud Hi!! r..i mwh
.. You will have all tho virtues of ff;,,h,nr,
Ilitlci H in colincctiou ith a yooV orticlo uf Liquor,
at a much less price than these iui'erior prepara
tions will cost you.
IIOOFLANIVS (..'KKMAX IJITTKIiS
WILL UlVJi Yol'
a r, o o i) a v v 1: t i t i:
Will give vou
STItO.Vti II KA l.Tli Y NF.KVFS,
Will give yon
BllISK AND KNEKUKl'K; KKKT INffS,
Will enable yuu to
And will positively prevent
YELLOW FEVER, BILLIOUS FEVER, 4c
Those suffering from Hrokcn Dewu aud Deli
cate Constitutions, from whatever caus, eithor iu
Mule or Female, will lind in Hoofluiid's (Jorraan
Hitters, a Remedy thut will restore them to their
umal health. Such has teen the rate in thou.
auds of n, nances, and u lair tii.il is but required
to prove the asscrtir.ii.
Hemeiubcr that tiiee Hit'.ers are NOT Alohe-
i holic, aud .NOT intended as a Hevuugo.
The proprirrnrs have thcueunds o.'Letteis from
the most eminent Clergymen, Lawyer., I'hysi.
ciaiis and Citizenr, Testifvinir t f their oh n ner-
eo mil knowledge, to the beneficial effects and
I medical virtues uf these Hitters.
from .i. J. At'irli.M lirunn, I). l., Editor uj tht
Encyclopedia uf Uili'jiom Kifiwltdyt.
) Although uut disposed to favor or rouoiiiujeu.I
, l'tit.'nt -Medicines in general, tbruugii ditlrua
i of their ingredients and effects, I yet know .t no
sufficient reasons why a limn may not testily to
. tbo benetito ho believes himself to' have received
I from any simple prepurution, in the hope that ho
j may thus contribute to tho benefit of others.
1 do this the tuoio readily iu regard to Hoof
land's German Hittcrr, prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jackson, of this cit, becnuio I was prejudiced
j egainst them fur many years, under the imprera
I ion that they were chiefly nn alcoholic mixture.
I am indebted to my friend Robert Shneuiaker,
! Esq., for the roinoval of tiiis prejudice by prune.
I tesir, and for inenuriiguiueiil to try them, whou
: siiflcring from great and long continued debility.
I'i'ho use of three buttles of these iiitlors, at tho
I beginning of the present year, was lolluwed by
'evident relief, and restoration to a degree of bod
ilyiind mentul ligor hich I had not felt for six
mouths betoio, uud l,nd almost despaired of ro
! gaining. I therefore thank God mid my friend
for directing mo to tho use of them.
J. NEWTON HROWN.
, Philadelphia, Juno 23, 1 SRI.
, Diseases of Kidneys and Bladder, in Youn; or
Aged, Male or Female, ure speedily remored,
and speedily restored to health.
- Delicate Children those suffering from M.iras-
, inns, wasting awny, with scarcely any flesh on
tbeir bones, are curod in a very short timo ; ouu
bottle in such cases, will have a most surprisiuir
i Parents hu :ng suffering children as above, and
wishing to ruit-u them, will never rejiut tiiu day
. they cionuimeed n iih these Buur..
Lit -'aiy man, .Studenu, uud tbos.i woikllig
; hsr.l w ith tbeir In aiiis, should alua;s keep a hot
llo of Himflliind's Hitters ueur them, as they will
find much benefit fioiii its use, to both uiiud and
body, invigorating and not deprjuiuj,-.
It is uot a Liqiioi jtiuiu'uiit, unj leaves no pros,
And the friends of Soldiers.
We call the attmtiuu hf ail having relauous or
fi-A-nda in the army to the f..ct that "llooflaud's
German Hitters" will euro nine tenths of tlo dis
eases induced by exposures and privations ieci
dcut to comp life. In tho ii.-Lr, published aliuo.t
daily in the uowspnpora, on tho arricU it li"! sick.
ill bo noticed that a very large proportion
""lenng irom Ueuitity. fcypry caoftliat
KIUJ('an nc res.iiy cured by UoofUnd's Gonuuo
Hitters. Ho have no he?iUtion in stating ihnt,
if th.'.o L'iiters were freely used imi.n.g ojr o'
uinr, iiiinurcnj tu ii.-pt flight be S'svcd that oth
crw ise would be lost.
The propiicturs are daily reoeivin; llmnkful
letters from sufferers iu the army and hurpitala,
who have been rcrtored to health by the use of
these Hitters, sent to them by their fne iije.
PKWAUE OF fXUlKTFI.'fKn'S :
Crs tlist (he signature cf "C. M. JACKSON" Is
on tho k TArrra of each Bottle.
Prlcp per Itoltly 75 eent,
Or half liis.cn for l.
Should your neare-l druggist not have Miearti
cle, do not be put off by any of tli intoxicating
prejiaratjons (Lot may be offered ia its lci, but
cD'1 t0 ' 8n e lU t"rn, iarc y prkiJ,
' J . '
i'niici,ai un ceanj ilanulafllory, no. nil Aroh
(.Successors to C. M. J.rivv A C".,.
TFor ial. al H.rtrwick A Hos'n'a ttrtif
(tore, Clearfield, Pa. july I 'fj T