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QLEARFIELD CO. DlJsZCTGl Y
TIME OF HOLDING 00173?.
W Monday In January, 3d Monday In Jun,
8d Monday la March. 4th Monday In Sept.
of each year, and continue two recks if neccsaary
COUNTY AND DISTRICT OFFICERS.
Trna't Judge on . Samuel Linn, Eellefonte.
Aa'to Judges Hon. J. D. Thompson, Curwenaville
Hon. James Bloom, Forrest,
Sheriff, Edward Perk. Clearfield,
Prethonotnry, D. F. Etaweilor, "
Reg. A Reo. Is&lab O. Barges, "
DistrieeAtt'y, Israel Teat, "
Treasurer, C. Kratier, "
Co. Surveyor, II. B. Wright, Olen nope.
Commissioners, Thoa. Dougherty, Clearfield.
Amos Head, do
Conrad Baker. Ansonvllle.
Aaditoaa, Charlei Worrell, N.Waah'gton
11- Woodward, Pcnnflald. I
F. F. Couteret, LeconUa Mill '
Coroner, J. W. Potter,
Couaty Sop't C. D. Sondford, Clearfield.
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
TWinsi'x, Pott Office, Pnttmafter;
Beeearia, (lion Hope, Win. 8. Wright
Vtahville, Theodore Weld,
tfcgarty'i J Roads.Saml. Hegarty
Bell, Bower, W. McCracken,
Cheat, Th. A. M Uhee.
" Cuah, J. W. Campbell,
" Oetehd, H.L.Hendersoo,
Bloom, Forreet, James bloom, H
Hoggs, Clearfield Bridge, James lorrett.
Bradford, Woirand, William Albert.
Biady, LutbtJraburg, R. II. Moore,
" troutville, Chan, floppy,
" Jefferson Line, John Ilebcriin,
Burn;lde, New Washington, Jos. Gallahor, "I
W. C. Irvln.
G. Toier, Jr.
8. A. Farber,
M. A. Fruiik,,
i w u !
T. W. Fleming, I
Centre county,. !
Grampian 11 II a,
p. naauoacn ,
T. F. Doaiich,
J as. McClullan,
A. 11. Shaw,
(1 nihil m,
Jo. A. Hegarty.
J a j. Thompson,
J. C. Bronner,
II. W. spencer,
A. C. Moore,
T. II, Fleming,
llenj. F. Dalo,
ii v n...i...bH. t
nut tntrnithin. I '
TMs Post Office will do fr Cheat township.
fiu answer tor terguson township,
JOHN L. CUTTLE,
Attorney at Law and Heal rotate Acerit,
Office on Market tl. Opjo.iiU the Jail,
RESPECTFULLY offera hia a trices in sell
ing and buying lands in Clearfield and ad
joining eonntiea ; and with an experience of over
twenty yers as a Surveyor, fkttera himself that
o can render enafacttun. Feb. '63 tf.
M. MCULLOITGII. Attorjikt at
Law. Clearfh d. Pa. Office on Market
Rtt J.r tMt t h "OU.rficU Qmmty
Bank." nay 4, lS84-tf.
LAUrtlU J. IJLAKI'I.Y,
Attorirey and Counsellor nt Law,
Will attend to all bnsineea entrusted to hia
ear In Elk and adjoining oouptiea at St. Mary 'a
8emlogerP. 0.) ip 13, 6 mo pd.
THOMAS J. M'CIJLLOUfJII,
Attorney at Law.
j-i. .jii.i. .u. t' i. , ,i
. 8 ., OTU10r.7 orcnp.ea pj
Will., 7Z TSVttte"V: !
Pa Will attend promptly
of Landa, Ac.
to Collections, Sulo
Doe. 17. '2.
ROBERT J. WALLACE, Attoxubt at Law
Clearfield, Pu, Cffiee in thaw'. Row, op
poaite the Journal office. -
dee. 1. 1 9 58. tf
L. i. CRAVS. WA1.TKB DARRIT
CHANS akd BAIiUKT,
Attonieji at Law,
May 3, 'S3. CLBARrici.n, pa.
DR. M WOODS,
PRACTICING Physician, nnd Examining Sur
geoo for Pensions. Office Southwest oorner
eond and Cherry streets, Clcarfiold, Pa.
January 21, 186.1. ly. "
Justice of TnE Peace.
For Dr.cATCn Township,
will promptly attend to all business entmated to
bis care. P. 0. Address, Philipsburg Pa.
Aug. 21st 1S61
I EVER FLEGAL, Justice oftho PeacT, Lu
J thersburg, Clearfiold oouE'.y pa., will attond
promptly to all buaineaa entrvnod to hia care.
Lutheraburg, April 4, 1801.
J. P. KRATZER,
MF.RCI1ANT, and dealer In Dry Goods
Clothing, Uardwaro, Queenswaro, Uroccrics
Front Street above the Acadomy Clearfield Ta.
April 20th 1844,
H. W. SMITU ft CO.
MRRC'IIANTS, and dcnlera In Dry
Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queenaware, and
everything usually keyt by the trade. Store on
SECOND Street, bolow Judge Loenard'a, oppo
site the Presbyterian Church, Clc&rfiold Pa.
Dee. 4, 1861.
Jai. McMiuy. MatiTTrvTii.
Dry GooJh. Groceries Luiub.cr, io.,
Dee. 24, 1 862.
JOSEPH R. APjMUKRAY
6 NJLDA L KIi IN L UMB Eli'
Mew Washington, Clearfield Counlv Ta'
July 1st 18C3.-tf I
- , I
WM. M. ItlOOM, nf Piketown.hlp.de-1
eirca to Inform his friends and the publio
generally that he has taken out a License
M an 1
AUCTIONEER and will attend to the crying
p-ivn mij ymt VI IUU VUUI11J sll IIIO inUrlPl
notice! and at llie moct roMonable churgej. Ad
drtPi, cither personally or bj lottor, either al
CurwcDsvilla or IttooinriJIo. April 6. '64. tf.
Sr Apple, Dried
Peaches, received regularly
from the west a tth store of J. P. KRATZKR.
D. W.McCUBDY, A. fi. Principal.
THE next Quarter will opn on Monday the
6tRof December, 1S64. Terms at tuition aa
Common English, comprising those branch
es not higher than Reading, Writing, Arith
metic, Geography, English Gramuier and
ltiatory, per qnarter, - . - $5 00
Higher Euglish, per quarter, - - 7 50
Languages, per quarter, - 10 00
Not. 23-, 1361.
CARLISLE & CO,
DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, L UMBER,
PHILirsmjRCJ, Centre comity, Peun'a.
Ilnvo received ami nro just opening
the Urgett atwrtmcnl of ht belt,
'CHEATEST, AND MOST SEASONABLE
Yr troutit hVlAie ateeYoa oeomilry, tout tiling
DHY CifMU) A CROCKimf,
JIAUPWAHB akd QUE SWARF,,
Li ri.d les V uvsi
Hoods, Nubias,Sontags, Balmoral
and Hoop Skirts !
"ATS & CAPS
BOOTHS &, SHOES !
Ready Mado Clothing, of Latest Stylo
SCHOOL-BOOKS & STATIONERY !
Drugs, Oil?, Paints, Putty & Glass!
Rice - Hour Farina and Corn-Starch!
COAI.-OII, LAMPS H'(K)l) AXD WIL
Trunks if Carpet-Bags !
PIPIvS, TOBACCO AND SEGA US !
Fish, Salt, and Nails !
' Dwl Riafl LanDsail Oils,
Flour, Ff.f.d and Provisions !
And all artirloi usually kept In a flrat-clasa
country atoro all of which will be eold
Cheap -for Cash !
or approved produce, Lumber or shingles.
Philipaburg, Not. IS, ISM-tf.
DESIRES to inform hia old frionda and cos
Umera that, havinir enlarircd hia ahan and
i increaecd his facilities fur manufacturing, he is
now prtDnrca to make t0 order furniluro-rt m
- W .h.P i
Cash. He mostly has on hand at his "Furni
ture Rooms," a varied assortment of Ready-made
furniture, among which Bra
IJureaus and Side-Boards,
Wardrobes and book-Cases ; Centre, Sofa, Parlor
lirenkfaet and Dining Extension Tables.
Common. French-Post, cottage, Jenny
inna ana otner iJecisteaas.
.SOFAS of all, KINDS, WuKK-STANDq
BAT-RACKS WASH-STANDS, ic.
Rocking and Arm Cliairs,
Spring-Seat, Cane-Bottom and Parlor Chain
and Common and other Chairs.
LOO KIN G-GLA SSES
Of every description on-hand; and new glasses
lor oia iraines, wlilcti will be put in on ve
ry reasonable torms on short notice.
II o also keeps on bant, orfurniRhee to or
der, Hair, Corn-Husk, Hair and
Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS, Of every kind,
Made to o'dor, and fuuerals attendod with a
Harse, "vhenerer desired.
Also, Mouse Painting done toordcr.
Tho subscriber also manufactures, and has
constantly en hand,
Clement's Patent Washing Machine,
The beat now in use. Thoso usine this machine
never need be without cloan'clntbea 1 Ho alao haa 1
I Iyer's Patent Churn,
A superior artxle.' A family ueinj this Churn
never noed bo without butter !
AU the above and many other articles are fur
nished to customer cheap for Cash or exchanged
for approved country produce. Cherry, Maplo,
Poplar, I.inwood and other Lnmher suitable fur
Cabinet worhv 'ken in exchange for furniture. '
jTRemouibcr (bo ehop is on Market street,
Clearfield, Pa., and nearly opposite the "Old Jew
Stora-" JOHN GULICU.
Not. 2, 1862. y
CLEAltFIELD COUNTY, PA.
WILLIAM SCIIWEM, Proprietor.
May 19, 1863. ly.
NOTICE k CAUTIOX!
HAVING mado applicatibn to the Assistant
Aascsaor of the 19th Collodion District of
Pennsylvania, and a License- as Auctioneer hav
ing been gran tod to me by the proper authority,
I would inform the citizena of Clearfiold county
mat i will attond to "calling sales" vthonover
any part of tho countv. Charma
Adilreia JrillV T. u'pimq
T,-. ..,,7 .- -.. ......mo,
.. in, looj-ir. Clearfield, Pa. i viearneia county. Having purchased the ln
P. S. -An tun.. (I .n: h . .1 strumanla. rtraft. 1 . Af lit Ua Tknt,. tin..
.. , ' I .muiiK PHIOH vrilUOal At
license is sul.Joct to a penalty jf $r,o, which will
be enforced in m.nr.i. T. ., . .'
I w 1 4.11 uio law acainisj
ail persons violating the statute i
snARPETINO-Wrain r,.. v . , I
J Floor Oll.rlit..n.. .'U eP. cwir,
" "0li"' ""r mats, Ao.
J. T. KRArER.
Glassware, Wooilonware, looking Glasses
Clocks, Nails, Glass. Oils, Paints, Lnmps, Wall
"rv' "i an prices at
J. P. KRATZER'S.
Second Street, above Arch,
A. T. IILAIR, Proprietor.
(I to of the "Surf House," AOsbUo City.)
r pt. 2.1, 1863-1 y.
CHEAT EXCITEMENT in GLEN HOPE
THE undcraigned, having removed his stare
to the ijw building oppotlto the I.'nlon
llouae, on Pine street, (J leu Hope, Clearfield eo.
Pa., ia now ottering to the public.
THE LARGEST AND BEST
SELECTED STOCK OF
GOODS EVER ..
OFFERED ' TO THE
PUBLIC AT THIS PLACE;
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
rnicES to suit the times.
His stock has been selected with particulnr
regard to the wanta of (he poople, and embraoes
HATS AND CATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
READY-MADE CLOTH I NO,
01 LS A N D-TA 1 NTS,
FLOUR AND BACON,
GLASS ANp NAILS,
OF EVERY SIZE AND PATTERN
Together with all other articles necessary to
complete the aaaaortmcnt of a firat class eountry
fl-All kinda of LUMBER and Country Pro
duoe taken in exchange for gooda, at the high
est market price.
Aa be is receiving new supplies of goods
weekly from Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia
and Pituhurg, th puhlio ran ana at onee that he
will alwaya be prepared to supply any article
in the market.
Glen nope, Deo. 23, 1S63.
The Hesison why
Everybody purchaso Iheir CLOTHING o
REIZCNSTEIN BROS. & CO.
Bccanae they soltso Tory cheap for Cash
Beeauae they keep the beat gooda;
Because their Clothing ia well made A fashionable
Because they keep tho largest assortment;
Because they gt New Goods every week ;
Because they give every one the worth ofbla mon'y
Because they take the adrantago of nobody;
Bccauao they treat their customers well ;
Because everybody likes to deal with them;
Because they sell ehenper than the rest ;
Because their Clothing are well sewed A fit well
Becnuso tbey can suit everybody ;
Becauso their Store is so conveniently situated;
Because nobody leaves their store dissatisfied;
Because all who deal with them are sure to eal
again, and send their neighbors ;
Because tbey have purchased their Stock at such
reducod prices that tbey can afford to
These aro a few of the reasons why they sell so
r-All kinds of Country Troduco taken at
the highest market prices.
HEIZENSTEIN BROS. & CO.
Clearfield, Not 11, 1863, 3m.
-u K . ... .
U McmwKbT, rraetscal SurTeyor.of-
IS) m ftti hia nrefeaalonal aervlcea tnlha nennla
.. . ...it
. ' ' , " " - u ' .. m
d0'"' "1 ttBd to business on
ii.-.u Artavat nnttit kaa a at wm i.ja a..nll.J k 1m
- . wo ut v a mv vu tr wiinuiwva . mf i
" with Robert Ross, one mile from Cur-i
"")!'. w l-tter addressed to him at Cur-f
w.neviiio. ft. l0Wl,USIk.li,I.
ap. 27 'il ly.
THE subscriber in order to aeootnmodate the
citiiena of Cnrwenavillo, and the publio
generall y, has Just received a hit of
COO if. Ax It Pinmn OTnvpq
r ood oreeal, which hi will dispoae of Tery
ior eaah or produce.
v .'a 1... . WUN D- THOMPSON.
Kor. 4, 1863 tf.
STOVE PIPP.For sale t the theap store
or joha D. Thompson, la CurwenavilK at li
, eepti p Kim,J. No. u;'lgW
f.ie V ftri i4
i - o s,
CTffFi Ege, trj
7V, S lis o mOI S
- WAR, O K NO WAlt I !
A FEE SHTrBIVAL OF
Summer Goods !
AT THE CIIEAF CASH STORE.
I am Juat receiving and oponing a carefully
elected stock of fashionable Spring A Suuime
u tp e up s
of almost every description,
A beautiful aaaortmont of Print! and Dry
goodi, of the newest and lateat stylet. AUaoa
great variety of useful notions.
inv 'luiriB vi VMTinve
AJl I'Viuviu mil' iivAxvu.
llata and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, a large quantity,
Druga and Modicinea,
Oil and Paifnta,
Carpet i Oil Cloths,
ti i r n i' tj T r c
U 11 W J U IV J XJ k7 ,
Fish, Bacon and Flour,
Mackerel in 11 and i barrels,
of the beat quality, oil of which will be sold at
the lowest cash or ready pay prices.
My old friends and the public generally, are
respectfully invited te call.
. . ..... . -?n,r.. -
II. All mnus or vtsAui ana approvoa
COVSTH Y PllOOUCE taken in exchange for
WM. F. IRWIN.
Clearfield, May 4, 1884.
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GpODS
MUSLINS at Sensation price
DELAINES at Serisation pricea
COHURUS nt Sensation prices
ALPACAS at Sensation prices
Juat received nt MOSSOl'S'i
GINGHAMS at Sensation prices
COLOR KD I
nt Sensation prices
All to be had at MOSSOPS'.
TABLE CLOTHS nt
LACE at Sensation prices
HOSIERY nt Sensation . prices
RIBBONS at Sensation prices
of all kinds L
in anv nuan'ly
nt Sensation prices
Always on band at WUSSOl'S'.
CASS I ME RES at
CLOTH I NO sucM
as Coals, Pants,
at sensation prices
I lata and Cans.
Now for sale at MOSSOrS'.
such ns Saws.nails
ns Wine, Brnndy,
Gin, W h iskcy,
Cojinao, etc-, etc.,
FRUITS, such ns
Figs, Filberts, 4c.
Flour, H n m s,
Spices, Can diet,
at sensation prices
nt sensation prices
Coal Oil, etc., etc. j
Always nt MOSSOPS'.
At the store of RICHARD MOSSOr.
Always keeps on hnnd X lull
'assortment of all kinds of coods required
for the accommodation of the public.
Nov. 12, 1862.
IIARTSWICK & HUSTON
MARKET Street CLEAKFIKLD PA,
KEEP constantly on hand a large
and and tcell selceted stoef; of
DRUGS and CHEMICALS
PAINTS 'OILS AND VARNISII
PERFUMERY A TOILET ARTICLES.
BLANKS, BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
And n general assortment of ARI
AT1ES and Fancy ARTICLES.
Vi't respectfully invito a call, fooling confi
dent that we can aupply the want of all, on
terms to their satiifaetion.'
HARTS WICK A IIUST0N.
Clearfield April 27th 1863. tf
MAINE. STREET, CTJRMENSYILLE, TA.,
WM. A. MASON, Proprietor.
rpiIISlong established and woll known UO.
X TEL, situated In the west end of the town,
has becn remoddled, enlnrf ed and Improved, and
tho proprietor respectfully announces to his nu
merous friends, and to tho travelling public, that
he Is now prepared to accommodate all who may
favor him with a call.
Ample, safe and comfortable stabling is at
tached to the premises, and trnsty attendants
will always be on hand. Charges moderate.
Feb, 12, 182.-tf.
GOODS at the Chean Store of
JOHN D. THOMTSON.
Carweosfille, Sept 1, 18V-
Still on a Rusk !
BOYNTON, SHOWERS k GRAHAM.
And Very Cheap ! !
r0YNT0N, SIIOJrVERS A GRAnAM-ue-
Mi ceaaors to Boynton A Showers respectfully
announce to the publio that they are now open
ing an extensive assortment of
At the old stand In Graham's new building which
tl, ..it.,- n ...ii ..i..nLl,:.j.
j (considering their cost !) for caeh or approv
ed eountry produce Their stock of
1 CANNOT BE SURPASSED I
Customers can there find
CALICOES WITH FAST COLORS !
j MUSLINS I DELAINES! LAWNS
CLOTHS! CASSIMERSP VESTINGS
LADI ES' Sil A W L 3 ! G ENTS' SHAWLS !
HATS & CATS ! ROOTS X SHOES !
CARPETS & OIL-CLOTHS!
' OUR STOCK OF
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STYLE
AND VARIETY, embracing
NOTIONS I NOTIONS! NOTIONS
Scarfs! I lead-Nets ! Neck-Ties!
Satchels! Port Monniucs ! Brushes!
J Photographic Albums T
1 FITES, TOBACCO A SEGARS !
I TERFUMERY'OF ALL KINDS !
Or anything else in tho Notion Lino
All of the best quality, and aelected witb special
regard to the trade of Clearfield county.
A I F. HOYNTON.
Clearfield, July 27, 1864.
Lumber Dried by Superheated Steam,
rpiIE undnciignod respectfully informs the poo
I pie of Clcarfiold and the adjoining counties
thai he has the agonry of the above Patent, and
will aell Individual, County and Township fighta
for its uso. The Lumber dried by thia process ii
atronger, finishes better, ! easier on tools, and
requires less time in drying than any other pro.
ceet auun ii aim urjm,c i iiivu luuiuvr )oriociiy
in J6 hours, and hotter than many months under
the old system using tho sanio amount of fuol
pur day that a coonimon kiln consumes. Tho cer
tificates of a nuiubor of resident mechanic?, well
known in this community, is amply suflici.-nt to
ronvirce the most skeptical of its practical utility.
Pcrsous desirous of purchasing rightswilladdreea
JOHN h. CUTTLE,
July 1, 1863. . Clearfield, Pa.
BONNETS Fashionnble Bonnots, bats, Nets
Caps, Shakers, Ribbons, Flowers, Plumes
Crape, Bonnet Silks and Millinery Goods gener
ally, cheaper than (be cheapest at
.J. P. KRAZER'S.
New Watch and Jeweliy Store.
Sit. I.AIJCIIMN, having purcbaaed the
a interest of Iiia lato partner, ia now going it
on hia own hook in the abop formerly occupiod
by them on Second street, where he la prepared
to keep up hia reputation as a eomplote workmau
by doing all work entrusted to him on short no
tice, in the best manner, and on the most reas
onable terms. Defying tho county, all he ask
la a sir trial, and a continuation of tho patroaa
age heretofore extended. Look nut for the sign of
TH E BIG WATCH.
N. B The Cash will be positively expected
when the wort ia delivered. S. II. L.
Cloarfield, April 7, 1SA1. y
Discssca of the. Nervous, Seminal, Urinary and
Sexual Systems new and reliable treatment
In reports of the Howard Association, sent by
mail In sealed letter envelopes, free of charge.
Address, Dr. J. SKILLEN HOftUITON, How.
nrd Association, No. 2, South Ninth Street, Phil
adclphia, Pa. Jy20-'64 ly
WATCH & JEWELRY
riMIE undersigned respectfully
J. informs his customer and the
publio generally, that ha has just
reoofVed from the East, and oi on,
edathis establishment in GRAHAM'S HOW
Clearfield, Pa.,' a fine assortment Of Clocks, '
WATcnssf and Jswklrt of different qualities,'
i from a single pice to a full sett, which he will
' sell at the moat reasonable prices for cash, or in
exchange for old gold and silver. '
I CLOCKS of every variety on hand, at the mist
' reasonable prices.
i ALL kinds of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
s.ire fully repaired and H'orrnneii.
A continuance oi patronnge is oiinu-u,
Sept. 19, I860. n. F. NAUULX
ITSICAL GOODS Flutes, t iolfns, Fires,
llarmonlcans. Preceptors. Music Paper, Vi
olin Bows, Bridges, Strings oftho best quality at
C VR WENSVILLE, Pa.
V. tV. UOUIIAI.I., Proprietor.
THIS large ana commodious HOTEL is de
lightfully located on the bank of the Sus
quohanna, in the borough of Curwensville.
Tha present proprietor will spare ao effort to
reader his customers eemfortable, and hopes te
merit a liberal share cf publio patronage
HIS BAR AND TABLE
Will be welt suppliod with every thing the mar
ket affords. Raflioen will always find hia "lotrh
string" out. Mar. 2361. tf.
rtTAPI.E IVt Goods Cloths, Cosalmeree
kj Cloak-cloths, Tweeds, Satinetts, Sllkwarp
Flannels, Ticking Muslin, Linen, Prints, at the
oid prices at p jjtjATZEU'S.
BOOTS and Shoes a complete assortment of
Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses', Boys' and I
Children's Boots Bhacs and Gaiters at J
J. ?. KHATZEU'S. I
A . -
vnr. wosttfa caaT siKttI m
Sorofala nnd Sorofuloua Dl,.
fos JSmerg lUlei, a Wcll kmKn t..T1,
Jtt.l.A .t never f,t c?uo M'A
l.wrrt efl. and full MtUfncliorT to t 0'
it. As Twit as our prop e try it. tho ..vl".' 'K
ben no muik-iuc Lkc It iZniSZ lh,"m
ErupUona, Pitnplo., Blotches, VrZ
I cer3, Borea, and aU DUsnao, of thii!'
rrvwi 4ci . si
" 1 only do m
11M. Slr,UlOH. .,, "?.
I omy uo my duty to on ii.d ,i' ",'"t.
I add o th'atU P.bU.a",b
dldnsl virtue ofvour SAiaVKii la 2
Ut, awi ton, bad an al.ilB m , "u.
eyea,and hir for ywra, whicn weirVK,
cure uutil we tried your B.taaaMHi'W
been well for aomo montba." tit
From Jtfn. Jane jr. ntre, a Kn It-
My daughtw haa auff.W twl-l
aerofuloua eruption, wtSlj waa vJt i,N?t,',"l'
Nothing afi-ordod any rclicr until wn l1a.
Kausai-ARU.LA, which aoou complete!,
...... v v., mnmirucfiireri n.r
pnjxm U Siuhuu, V. . ww f ;wi
I had for aeviiral years a very tm,vi
humnr In my face, which crew tmvXSr
until It (iisnKunxl my reaturua and LmmT: '
eral.le amica.m. 1 fried almoHVer?.'"11'!
wml.J of both advice and medlclno h,7 ?ui
rcll.f whatever, until I. took your a.,..'
It Immoilmtnly mailu my fnoo worn .
it mWit for a time, but in a few w7V. ,i "
aaiu ocpan o torm under tlie olotdui . J
tlnn.il until my fare la aa smooth i, lifti?"
and I am without any aytnptoina of th, Z, H
I know of. I dnjoy p.rfLt health, and STt
doubt owe It to your Sarsapakilu.-i nlmi
EryaipoUa-General Debility -Purirw,.
From Tr. Jlolt. tmcin, Unukm-SL. ym v i
"Dr. Avkk. I evldoin foil to rwnonfr
and SomfuUnu r hy tlve irr.,i-!.....nf
hARsAPAUlu.A.and I have jwat now euprtm.H0'!
of Malign Erv,i,,ln$ with It. No iurtti.
!li.l ll. npr...ul.,n " .f"
dreile of dollara worth of modicinea Tha St
were ao bad that the corda became vl'ilbu .Tj?
doctors decided that my arm must be SmStSi1!
began taking your SAimr.vim.i4. hTJ
tin, ami aomo of your I'n.i.s. Towtlwil .i
rured mo. I am now us well and sound ai iw bt?
Ilcing in a put.hc place, my case U knnwn J
body in this couuuuulty, aud ext.itt. Ul(. w
Frcm mn. flenn) Monro, M. P. P.,rf S'twu
C. ft'., a touting member of Ma CunaJi irffi
' I hare nacd
ror (snvral itM(i(, and for ptirifyG
with verv boiirfiriiii nfl,ittfl. bihI
ooiumeudiug it to tint aXUctud." B
Bt. Anthony's Fire, Boso, Salt Bhm
Beald Head, Bore Eyes.
Firm narrrn SifHer, Kiq., th Mi Mihr V4,
yViiiiiiinnoet lltmocntf, I'tntuyltmut.
"Our only hilfl, atiout three yean ofam.vi,
attai'kod by jiimples on his forehaart. They tapMlt
sireau unui ini y lurmra a lonimome inn rinixi
sore, which covemd hia face, and actoally blioW
but nyre for some days. A etilful rhjakiaa apivd
Hit rat o of silver and other remedies, without ?
appareHt itTtt't. Kor fifteen daya we pntWloi
Imts, I, Kt with tlirm he should tear om tho H
Vving and corrupt wound whleh corered hlivboi
fao:. Having triel erf thing else weluilB;
bopo from, wo tan ring your SAKfAktiu,
nu applying the iuh!c or pjtnrh luttun, j
dtnot. "th aore bufran to heal whw we had pin
the drat buttl', aail ai-'li when we hH fiiiw
tlie socoud. The cliiM'a eyulisliea, which twiai
out, frfw nf tun, and ha Ik now as healthy tad lu
as any other, 'i lia wln.lo ueilitoruiwil prullcbd
tlut the clnld mutt die."
Bay-pkilia rnd Mercurial Disoass.
Frr.m Dr. Hiram Skmt, of M. lauil, Uumi.
"1 llnd your rUKArAKii.LA a mora eifo:!
remedy for tho accundary symptomii of Skwu
and fur vp!iltitic din iww llurn any other wo pat!.
Tho prol'easlon are iinlrbtud U you for Klua d lb
U ht mcitieiuea we hare."
tYmt A. J. Fi tnch, M. D., an mintnl aVai-iea
jMft ciu-e, Mm., vhn U a prcminmi mfmttr
the lAyitlatHrt of Ma$taclmttUt.
' in:. A x kr. My dear Sin 1 have found yoer
Saiis.vi'.moi.I.a an exeellcnt ncnedj' for Miiv,
Uotli of the primary and awtnry type. and ctTw
tual iu aiimo casus that were too obstinate to ntM
tootlar rrniedlea. I do not know what weemm
ploy with more certainty nf BuucB9,lii'aNtf
fol alterative Is required."
Mr. Clw.. .9. I'an lierf, nfjem Itrmiirkt,.,
bad dreadful aloera on bla fugs, cau"d by U bw
of mercury, or mar.nriri tliftm, whifh ppwmoft
and moro aj;ravatl for years, In spin of nnj
rvmexly or trcatmynt that could be applied, oonl th
ppraevi'rlnjf iiac of AVKU'n S.vus.vrAKtLUItiajal
him. t ew casts rnn Iro fouml more Inretmlf ud
iVttresi!ii than t!Ua, aud It took tortril dum
buttli a tu cure bini.
I,ouoorrh,CBii, Whites, Fomols We&kais!,
aro gi'iiiTiilly produced by internal SrrMtnuU
otnUion, anil aro very often cured hy tlw alwntln
illt of thia Sark.vi'AHU.i.a. .emeeafos noJir.
hoivev.-r, in nid of the S viisArAKHXl, th aliml
aiipllcntlou of locd rjiiRMil.-fl.
Frvm tht ir.U-knvm rml H.l lyetkbnlti
.l imb Merrill, tf t'iiii-inmn'.
" I hnro found your S.mis.vi'.m:ii.i.a an ticlW
altrntivo In diseases Of females. Many eaea et
Invunlnrity, Ix;ncorT)i!a, Int. ninl l lceration.aaa
local ill t'iiity, nrisiuc from (h aerofnloasdiathiw,
'have yield ' ! to iti uul there am f'W that do art.
when it a effect ia properly allied by loeal ttitttimt.
A Ut'-y, tHitciWuy to allow te publkatic "
" My ilait'ifhte'r and myself have Iwn wired f
very dVlilllUtini? l'iieorrha-a of lone standing, t(
two boltlea of your SARS.vr.vnu.L.i."
Rheumatism, Qou, Liver Cfmploint, Dj
Tifnativ. ITnart DiseMC. r0uraigi,
when enusod bv S.-rnfiiln In the system, are rifWf
curud by UiiJ Ext. Sausai-awlla.
possess so innny s.lvantascs over tlie other
purgatives in th? ntarkvt, and their nipm
virtuvs aro so univcrsrlly known, thstwenew
.1.. ...,.. il n assure the HUMlC tllr
i quality is nmlntainiMl equal to the be' j'f"
Ims iH'i-n. ntnl thr.t they msy be dcjicnW on
to .In nil tlnit they lisvo ever none.
l'reptireit l y J. C. AYEK, M. D., Co
Lowell, Mass., nnd sold by
I "TV SOLD by C. D. Watsos an1 HTIW,"U
;ilrsTO. Clearfield: E. A. 1 RVLt, Crwensvi
IFostsh A MoUirk, Philipsburg; S. aiuoLD, w
thersburg : end by dealers everywhere.
DR. A. II.
1 A KSIKDO "
I I form bi" I1-
ns inn piu..-
. l l....in.
iVr,tiT4.r( h. time, andl''.'
f. i "V " ' -5. V im
" " . i
ito makerroict" ".
may be found at his ottic on Kpi
nor of Front and Main streets at all Uieej.
when notice nppeare in tue i'.tf.
tvr I V
u nn v? v v - .
.J .T...,a -r WOOL wm"J-
50,000 Zl whitho highest
:ll I., n.til hr. .
!,,.. u p. ERA14""
Clearfield, May 13, 1863 -
TOADIES' Dress Goods-New S'T1" .
jj riaijs, juoiimM.iM. r-r-h m
Cia, SlIKS, OOI rieiiiiue, iivuv- -k.ms,
Lawn, jurt opening jjaT2ER'
GKOCEKllaa A mil n ,
ie. at. -nail 5fffi
O reasonable terms. ArHv to iT,
ang. 17, 186. WALTER U" j,
LOTHIMG-Full suits to mate h, ot
thing at ax&
SnAWLS-Breehe, ts eua, -CMhmere.IluboUanqoR.
From J. B. Mnttcn, Bmj., Waimm. niu
Kor tw.lve years, I had the
on my right arm, dering which time I w!3l?