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CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 2G, 1859.
Jlonx G. Cai.v, Esq., Smith's Mills, is au
thorized to receive subscriptions and adver
tisements for the Journal, and receipt for all
ninnies paid him on accounts due this otlicc.
We direct attention to the card of Mr. Rus
sell JIcMurray in our advertising columns.
Sealed proposals for erecting a church in
Pennsvillcwill be received until the 10th Nor.
by the building committee. See notice.
St. Asdrew's Church. We are requested
to state that on and after Sabbath the SOth
Inst., evening services will be held in the E
piscopal church in this place the morning
services as heretofore.
Sxow. Last Friday and Saturday a sufii
cient quantity of snow to whiten the ground,
fell in this region. Though the atmosphere
lias been cool ever since, the judications arc
now in favor of fine weather.
Win. F. Irwin has received his stock of Fall
& Winter Goods, at his store on Market St,
His goods have been selected with a view of
supplying the wants of the community, and
will be disposed of at moderate prices. Ilis
advertisement will appear in our next issue.
The attention of persons wishing to purchase
Flour, Bacon, Groceries, Cheese, etc., is di
rected to the advertisement of Wni. M.Gorm
ty, Xo. 271 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
.Mr. G. docs a large business, and sells articles
in his line on the most advantageous terms.
Isjcrek. Last Saturday forenoon, as a boy
of about 11 years of nge, son of Mr. Jonas
1'ownall of Bradford township, was approach
ing town from the cast, the wagon on which
Jio was seated ran into a rut, jolted him off",
and severely bruised him about the body in
consequence of coming in contact with one of
the wheels. He was brought to town, and, af
ter dressing his wounds, was takca home.
Oa Friday night, the 21st inst., Geo. Wea
ver, aa aged and esteemed citizen of Brady
township, died from injuries received some
six weeks ago. Ac that time, he and his wile
.v.arted for church in a buggy. Soon alter,
li.e horse took fright and ran off, throwing
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver out of the vehicle, the
head and side of the former striking the cor
icr of a rail fence, breaking several cf his
r.bs, and otherwise injuring him much. He
'.irigerci on in this condition until death re
..eved him of his sufferings at the time stated
a'jove. Mrs. Weaver also sustained some in
juries, but has recovered from the same.
OiR BoHorr.u seems to participate in the
.-nil it of tl.e age in which we live. Where the
of the traveler formerly was greeted by a
itrw log cabins, now stands a neat and flourish
ing town. Year alter year improvements Lave
5 ten added until It has reached its present
and this is but the commencement of
v.-i;ut it is going to be. The accumulation of
.vealth affords its citizens better means to add
:o its improvements, and the time is net very
i;stant when Clearfield may be considered one
A the most thriving places in the interior of
; Vunsylvania. The resources of the surround
' country are immense, and when it gets
.e facilities of exportation which other pla--..-i
of importance now enjoy, it will be en
S.Iied largely by them. It is, however, to be
fretted that so little care has been taken in
-t-card to the laying out of the lots and streets.
As bug as property is of little value and the
: i. sidings riot costly, people do not dispute a
L; tit a few feet of grouud ; but whenever the
v-iuo increases, as it lias done already, dis
; utes may arise which will cost more than a
re-survey of the whole place. It would, per
haps, net be amiss to suggest to our citizens
that something should be done in regard to it.
The expense will be nothing compared with
the difficulties which may arise ii it remains
in its present condition. We trust, therelore,
that the Borough authorities will take the mat
ter in hand and employ a competent surveyor
to make a correct return of the different lots
and streets, so that hereafter no mistakes will
be made in the location of buildings.
H. D. M'George's Suixgle Machine. This
t.uly great invei tion is now exhibiting at
.Spencer's Mills, Bridgeport, a mile west of
Cuj-wensville, where every person at all inter
ested in lumbering, should go and see for
himself. With 4 horse power, fifteen to twen
ty thousand beautiful shingles can be made in
12 hours, more perfect than can possibly be
ione by haud. Any kind of wood will an
swer, so it is sound, and presented to the saw
as to cut lengthwise, or with the grain of
tlie wood. The shingle is sawed, planed and
"hiished at one operation. There is no hum
i ug about this machine. All that is required
a visit to it to convince every intelligent
man of its utility as a great labor-saving ma
chine, and one that must eventually take the
place of all and every other keowu methods
it making shingles. Parties who have Umber
can with one of these .machines make more
niouey than by any other way of preparing it
for market. Men -iu other locations, less fa
vored for the business, have in the short space
A three coniha paid all expense fora mill
ad right to use. $20 per day can be cleared
with all cavj. Shingles from 14 to 28 or 30
inches long, of any desired breadth or thick
ness, as well as barrel heading, staves, &c,
can be made on the mill by any person, at
Crst trial. For further information respecting
ti:e terms for machines and rights, please call
-n John G. McCormick, Brilgeport, or ad
dress Johs Heath, Proprietor, Pittsburgh.
Captain Peard, the gentleman made famous
faring the late war as the Englishman- attach
ed to tho corps of Garibaldi, has wiitten to an
English jonrcal to say that the stories about
his love for shooting Anstrians, and his re
crd of th-j number he bad killed, are entirely
He aerred with Garibaldi from love of
r-', Itilian cause alone,
CLIPPINGS AND 50R1B BUNGS.
ICAbont J. Frost, Esquire.
C-Requisitc over-coats and shawls, for
several days last week.
EOn hand the plan and specification of
tne Oentre meeting nouse.
K?-The 14th of January, on an average of
. 1 J 1 - .
3 cars, is ue coiuesi uay .in mo year.
tE7Circulating counterfeit $ bills on the
"Catasauqua Bank." LooK-out for them.
tE7Formidab!e affair the Chinese navy. It
consists ot two vessels, mountiug ten guns.
KPStill in existence a map of China, made
a thousand years before the birth of Christ.
CP" J. Edgar Thompson has been elected
President of the Pacific Railtoad Company. .
EP"Scarcc unhooped ladies, disinterested
friends, common honesty, and first-rate butter.
CyContradicted the statement, that Pres
ident Buchanan intends to prosecute Forney
K7Appointed by Gov. Packer, Thnrsday
November 24th, as a day or Thanksgiving in
CMistaken we were,about that chap Ben
ton, lie beats Beyer a "phew" votes, which
K7Walking wires a "Professor" Price, iff"!
Tamaqua, Pa. lie stretches the wires from
G"Vrong the majority for County Sur
veyor, as given in our last. It should be 35$
instead of 45G.
E?Remeiuber the poorest education that
teaches self-coutrol, is better than the best
that neglects it.
K7"Hard to beat that hunch of celery pre
sented us by Dr. Hills. May he always have
plenty of the "same sort."
CCT'IIad his left eye shot out a noted duel
ist in the South. He can take aim hereafter
without the trouble of shutting it.
tCF"Fact a man might as well try to sit still
with a crooked pin under him as to run with
the girls and not learn to love them.
CJThc Governors of New York and Rhode
Is!-u.l, have appointed Thursday the2Ithof
November, as a day of Thanksgiving.
"Asserted that some of the villages in
the West are so healthy that the folks have to
shoot a man to start a burying ground.
KPOn exhibition the autographs of John
Milton and his wife, recently bought in Eng
land for $21-5, by a citizen of Philadelphia.
E"ReceRt advices from Nebraska, report
thi prevalence of a terrible malady among the
Omaha Indians. Numbers are dying daily.
d7"A grocer lately got painted two large T's
on his chimney, one black and the other green,
to intimate that he sold black and green tea.
Hp-Theodore Parker says that "a grain of
coca is better than a diamond." Every barn
yard fowl in the couRtry would agree with hint.
C7At the close ot the horticultural exhibi
tion, at Louisville, some ot the peaches which
had been on exhibition were sold at$1.30 apiece.
DCp-Easily obtained a nosegay, now-a-days.
Four brandy toddys a day for a few mouths
will give yen c-ne that will astonish" ail your
CCTTen thousand cigars are on their way
from Havana to Paris, for the private smoking
of the Emperor. They cost three hundred
dollars a thousand.
C7"The Queen ot England has received a
petition, signed toy 460 clergymen of the Es
tablished Church, praying for permission to
revise the Liturgy.
X7IIeId a meeting the colored people of
Canada, to consider the expediency of seeking
a new home. They propose to emigrate to Ja
maica, West Indies.
rrp-A preacher lately said in his scrraon,
'let women remember while putting on their
profuse and expensive attire, how narrow are
the gates of Paradise.
C?"Not satisfied La Mountain, with his last
balloon trip. He is going try it again. The
top of that Mountain will hit a stone some day
and knock its brains out.
HFA singular reason is urged against beil
ding a Railroad in Northern Michigan : it is,
"that the flies and mosquitoes will render it
almost impracticable in summer."
T7-A man who don't believe the world is
growing better, says the time may come when
the lion and the lamb sfcall lie dmvn togeth
er, but if it does, tse lamb will bo inside ot
2C7Thc capacity of the Great Eastern is
27,000 bales, hence this vessel clearing once in
each month would, in 1820, have carried our
whole cotton crop, but weuM nw carry but
one-fourth of it.
CP"A publisher of a newspaper out West,
in the first issue of his jourual, returns thanks
to those who loaned him the pecuniary means,
and gratitude to Heaven that there is no law
in the State enforcing imprisonment for debt.
E7A popular writer says it is not the drink
ing but the getting sober, that is so terrible in
a drunkard's life. Some persons, influenced
probably by this important consideration, seem
to have deliberately resolved never to get sober.
Dflf you have any sore or painful disease,
purchase a bottle of Du ValFs Galvanic Oil.
It will give you relief in a few minutes. Two
bottles will cure the worst case of Piles, and
three bottles will cure five cases out of seven
T7"The antipathy of mad dogs to water Is
nothing to the aversion of Democratic journal
ists to Election Returns about these days. You
can hardly coax one of them to print tho word
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, or Minnesota much
less give any figures. What is the matter with
gy-xS. young lady .daughter of Mrs. Pearse,a
widow, of Schenectadv, N. Y., went for a ride
into the' country on Tuesday. On returning
home to her mother's house in the evening,
hhe ran up stairs, when on coming down again,
she tripped, fell, fractured her skull, and
broke her neck.
JX7"There 4s a new cause cf trouble in the
domestic affairs of Tippecanoe county.Indiana.
There is a surplus of $18,000 in the treasury !
and there is a great deal of discussion and di
versity of opiuion as to what ought to be done
with it. It is very doubtful if any other coun
ty has a similar affliction.
A novel case was tried in Baltimore on the
lith inst. Two men, cousins,and both named
Augustus Albacfc, were arraigned, charged
with voting on each other's naturalization pa
pers. It turned out that both had procured
their papers in 1832, on the same day, from
the same court.and presenting them in succes
sion, the similarity of the names and dates led
to their arrest. One voted, and the other was
arrested in the act. They were both honora
bly discharged. "
of Administration on the Estate of Thomas C.
Davisdate of Lumber City .Clearfield co, Pa.,dee d,
. . A rho nndprmirned : all Tcr-
bods indebted to said estate arc requested to make
fm".diate payment, and those having cUims w, .11
present them duly authenticated for settlement,
presenun BRANSON PA VIS, Lumber City,
T : 1- .1 .. .. . ' "t
" common oo.ervation tnat there are more
sufferers from debility, among Americans, than can
be found among any other civilized nation. Tbc
reason is obvious. We take too little exercise. and
forget the wants of the bodr in the ahsni-hin? nflr-
suits of business. In all cases, ordinary medicines
can do no good. Whatis required is just such a
wu.o auu mvigoraior as ur. J. Hostetter has given
to the world, in bis crlebrated ''Bitters" The weak
and nervous denizen of the counting-house, the ex-
uausix-u toner upon ine stiop-board, and the pros
trated student of the midnisrht limn, have found a
wonderful regenerator in the 'Bittera," and prefer
ii w more pretentious, cut less emcacious medi
cines. But it should not be forgotten that the a
gent which is so magical in its influence upon a
frame which is merely debilitated, is equally pow
erful in assisting nature to expel the most terrible
forms of disease. Who would not givo it a trial ?
Sold by druggists and dealers everywhere. Sce
advertisement in another column.
On the 17th inst., Ltdia A., daughter of P.
II. and Catharine Booz, of Union township,
aged 15 years, 9 months and 23 days.
On Friday, the 21st inst., Caroline, wife of
Thomas Booth, of Brady township, aged 25
years and 4 months.
On Friday night, the 21st instant, George
Weaver, of Brady tp., aged about 60 years.
Clearfield Market Prices.
CORRECTED BT RICHARD MOSSOP.
The following are the prices at which the ar
ticles named were selling yesterday
Floor, per bbl. 7.50
xiuuis, pr iu. .X-2
Shoulders, " .10
Dr. peaches, .14
Dr. apples, .13
Eggs, per dozen, .12
Wheat, p. bush. 1.37
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Letters
of Administration on the Eetate of Joseph
Wrigglesworth, late of Penn township, Clearfield
couttty, Pa., deceased, having een granted to the
undersigned ; all persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same will present
them properly authenticated for settlement.
MARY WliltiG LESWOllTII,
Sept.23,lS53. ELIS1IA FEN ION, Adiu'rs.
TO BUI LDERS Scaled proposals for build
ing a church en A. Addleuian'a farm, in Law
reace township, ktrown at Centre Meeting Houso,
will be received by the undersigned Building Com
mittee, until tho Sth November. Tlans aud speci
fications can bo seen after the 1 7th October at cith
er of the printing offices in ClcarOeld Borough.
J0STA11 It. REED,
October 12, 1S59. Building Committee.
LAGER BEER BREWERY. The subscri
bers would inform the citiicns of Clearfield
county, and elsewhere, that they have just erect
ed a 15rewery in the East part of the LorougU of
Clearfield, and thai they are now prepared to sup
ply Tavern-keepers and Eating-Saloons, with a
superior article of Lager Beer. The quality of
their Beer is equal to any manufactured in the
State, and as they are determined to sell at the
most reasonable rates, they flatter themselves, that
they will be liberally patronixed in their new en
terprise. Give them a call and satisfy yourselves
f the superior quality of their Lager.
JACOB 1 1 ESSK N f E LLE R ,
Oct. 19, 1S59. CHARLES HALT.
JOSHUA S. JOHNSON, CABINET MAKER,
having fitted up a shop a few doors east of
the '-Old Jew Store," on Market street, desires to
inform the community at large, thut he keeps on
hand a variety of CAUINHT WORK, at his
shop, and that he manufactures to order, (of su
perior finish.) every description of Household and
Kitchen furniture, among which are Centre, and
DiDing Tables; Mahogony and Common Bureaus;
Common and Fancy Bedsteads, Stands. Safes, Cup
boards. Sofas. Lounges. Ac, which ho is determin
ed to dispose of at as cheap rates, for cash, as they
can be purchased at any other stablishment of
the sort in the county. Persons wishing to buy
furniture arc invited to come to his shop and ex
amine his articles, and judge for themselves of its
quality and finish, beforo purchasing elsewhere,
as be feels confident that ho can suit them in price
and quality. Cuntitnj produce will betaken in
payment for furniture. November 10. 1853.
N- B. He is also prepared to make COFFINS to
order on the shortest notice, and attend funerals
with a hearse, when called upon. J. S. J.
7VEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS. The un-
11 dctsigned. having become sole owner of the
store of Eliza Irvtn & Sons, in Curwensville, Pa.,
would respectfully iuform the public, and the old
customers of the establishment, that he has just
received frem the East, a large and extensive as
sortment of SPUING & SUMMEll GOODS, which
he will dispose of at the lowest prices.
He desires to call particular attention to the
great variety of LADIES' DltESS GOODS, which
have been selected with an express view to meet
the wants of the community, lie has also Cloths
and Cassimcres of the latest styles, and a large
stock of Beady-made Clothiug. Hats and Caps,
Boot3 anil Shoes. Ladies' Bonnets of the latest
fashion; Mackerel and Herring; Sugar, Tea and
Molasses; Hardware, Quocnsware, Ac, Ac, all Of
which he will sell at priees to suit the times..
Lumber and country produce of all kinds, ta
ken in exchange for Goods.
lie invites purchasers to give him a call before
supplying themselves elsewhere.
Curwensville, Pa., May 18. 1S59.
ON HIS OWN HOOK! JOHN GUELICH
CABINET MAKER. The subscriber wishes
to inform his old friends and customers, that ho
is now carryins on the Cabinet Making business,
on '-bis own hook," at his old shop on Market
Street, nearly opposite tho "old Jew atore. where
he keeps on hand, and is prepared to manufacture
to order, every description of Cabinet-Ware, that
mav bo wanted in this section of country ; con
sisting of Sofas, Lounges, Mahogony and Common
Bureaus, Writing ana asu tanus; centre, uin
in and Breakfast Tables: Mahogany and Com
mon Bedsteads; Sewing Stands, Ac. Ac. He will
also repair furniture and chairs, in good style,
cheap for cash. House Painting done on short no-
. . -v- - . .1 ... , - .
tice, ana easy terms. iow is me ume io ouy hi
reasonable prices, as I intend to sell every thing
in mv lino of business at the cheapest cash rates.
Walk in and examine the articles on hand, and
judge for yourselves, of the quality and finish.
Country prouuee received in jiayinem.
April 116'od JOHN GUELICII.
N. B Coffins made to order on short notice, and
funerals attended with a neat hearse, and appro
priate aceompanyments, when desired. J. U.
Ansonvii.ee in the ring : new
I'm. ivnwrvTKR conns' ir. swan
announces to the citizens of Ansonville and the
surrounding country, tnai ne nas just, reiurnea
from the East and is now opening at his store an
extensive stock of choice and serviceable Fall and
Winter Goods, consisting of a general assortment of
tv i? v umiiw i!l(OPi:HIl.N IfAItllWAUK.
QUEENSWARE, HATS A CAPS, BOOTSaShoes,
and a great variety ot usctui iancy gooas, among
which mav be found the latest styles of Ladies'
DKESS GOODS, SHAWLS, BONNETS,
The undersigned would direct particular atten
tion to his extensive selection of Parlor and Coal
Stnvno Cook Stoves and fixtures. Stove pipe, Ac.
1T VII o lrr n.iintlln nf Salt. PorsonS dcsifOUS
I. .(, - - . ,
of purchasing any of the articles in my line ot
business, are invited to can anu exainiuo ovo.
vr. k.. oinkom on r fool t r .s u a J e d that
I can supply them on as reasonable terms for cash
as any other store in tno coumy.
rv (loanrintinn- and arDroved country produce
taken in exchange for goods. U. SWAN.
... -. , , , o r. a
Ansonville, iNovemoer . iq-j-
UNIVERSAL FEED CUI Ttu-a new
and excellent machine, for sale by
Aug. 31. MEKRbLL S ClUlitiv. vicarucm.
CLOCKS AND LOOKING uuassa, 01 various
kinds, just received and rsaUbj
April 27, 1859. wai. r. ixvaj.
EDAR AND WILLOW WARE, received at the
cheap cash store, ana ior w dj
PIAUTION. All persons are' htfreby caution
J ed against purchasing or in any way inter
meddling with Two Bay(darR) Horses, and two
ir - . i T 1 1 ii
cuiio jinrness, now in me possession ot iiifiuu
Ditsworth, of Graham township, as the same be
long to me and are subject to mv order only.
sept2l-3t HARVEY IJISSELL.
FLOUR! FLOUR It The undersigned hav
ing made arrangements with a large manu
facturing establishment to tupply hiui with Flonr,
he gives notice to the public that he is prepared
to furnish all who want a good article, at the very
lowest price, in as large or small quantities as
may be desired. He also keeps on hand constant
ly liquors of all hindd, which he will sell whole
sale or retail. JAS. Ii. GALER.
Tyrone City, Pa , July 11th, 1859.
BELLEFONTE MARBLE WORKS!
The.undersigned adopts this method of in
forming the public and the patrons of the late
firm of S.A.Gibson A Co.. that he designs car
rying on the MARBLE BUSINESS in Belle
fonte, in all its Various branches, and Will hold
himself always in readiness to furnish those who
call upon him. with all kinds of Cemetery IVori;
of the latest classical designs, and superior work
manship, such as Monumrut. Box Tombs, Cra
dle Tombs, Spires, Obeliiis, Grecian Tombs, Ta
ble Tombs, llead Stones, Cart'ed. Seulptnred or
Plain, as cheap, if not cheaper, than they can be
had at any other establishment in the country.
Thankful for past favors, the undersigned solicits
an increase of patronage. WM. GAHAGAN.
Bellefonte, Pa., March 23, 1859-tf.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCH
FROM DUNDALK. IRELAND
As this seems to be a fast age in more than one
instance, and as we are in the midst of bogus Dem
ocratic Conventions and the excitement caused by
the Sickle's trial at Washington, it is not surpris
ing that the folks of Clearfield would get some
what excited to keep up with the times; ai.las
the subscriber likes to keep up to the fashions in
more respects than one, he would announce to the
people of town and country that he has constant
ly on hand a largo assortment of Boots and Shoes
of every description. French and country Calf,
Kip and Stogy Boots; Ladies' Morocco Lace Boots,
dressed and undressed, with or without French
heels; also, any amount of French and country
calf Lace Boots ; Gents French calf and cloth Gai
ters, on hand or made to order; walking Shoes of
every description from the Sickles' Laccr to the
coarsest brogan ; also, findings on hand; all the
above will be disposed of at extremely low prices
for Cash or Hides. Custom work made to order
on short notice; and as the times are mending I
will pay particular attention to mending Boots,
Shoes and Gaiters. Iam always to be found at
the Short iihoe Shop on Second street, nearly op
posite Heed A Weaver's store. Please call and
see Shorty. FRANK SHORT.
Clearfield. May 4th, 1659.
JUST RECEIVED AT NAUGLE'S
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE,
thaw's Row, Clearfield, Pa., a fine assortment of
WATCHES JEWELRY, Ac, Ac, to which we in
Gold and Silver hunting and open faced watch
es, to be had at NAUGLE S.
The American Lever of different qualities, can
be had at NAUGLE S.
Fine setts of Jewelry, such as Cameo, Coral, La
va, Jctt, Carbuncle, Garnett, Opal, Florentine Mo
saic, Gold Stone Mosaic, Porcelain paintings. Ac,
or single pieces at NAl'GLE'S.
Plain gold Breast pins, Eardrops, Hoop Ear rings,
children's ear drops and rings at NAUGLES.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at N AUGLE'S.
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt studs, fob
buckles and guard slides at NAL'GLE'S.
A fine assortment of gold finger rings of differ
ent styles and quality, gold lockets, coral neckla
ces, silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards, and
all articles in his line, on hand at NAL'GLE'S.
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancy and
common Clocks, and Fancy Time-piecs, from 1.25
to 15 dollars at NAL'GLE'S
Old Gold and Silver will be taken in exchange
for goods at NAL'GLE'S.
All goods warranted as represented, or the mo
ney refunded, at NAUGLES.
If you wish 3'our watches put in good repair
and warranted, take them to NAL'GLE'S.
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
It is a fact that, at some period, every mem
ber of the human family is subject to disease or
disturbance of the bodily functions; but, with the
aid of a good tonic and the exercise of plain com
mon sense, they may bo able so to regulate the sys
tem as to secure permanent health. In order to ac
complish this desired object, the true eourso to pur
sue is certainly that which will produce a natural
state of things at the leasthazard of vital strength
and life. For this purpose, Dr. Hostetter has in
troduced lo this country a preparation bearing his
name, which is not a ucw medicine, but one that
has been tried for years, giving satisfaction to all
who have used it. The Bitters operate powerfully
upon the stomach, bowels, and liver, restoring them
to a healthy and vigorous action, and thus, by
the simple process of strengthening nature, ena
ble the system to triumph over disease.
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nausea,
Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, or Bilious complaints,
arising from a morbid inaction of the Stomach or
era Morbus, Ac, these Bitters have no equal.
Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so generally con
tracted by new settlers, and caused principally by
the change of water and diet, will be speedily reg
ulated by a brief use of this preparation. Dyspep
sia, a disease which ls-probably more prevalent,
in all its various forms, than any other, and the
cause of which may always be attributed to de
rangements of the digestive organs, can be cured
without fail by using HOSTETIER'S STOMACH
BITTERS, as per directions on tho bottle. For
this disease every physician will recommend Bit
ters of some kind; then why not use an article
known to be infallible ? AH nations have their
Bitters, as a preventive of disease and strengthen
er of the system in general; and among them all
there is not to be found a more healthy people
thau the Germans, from whom this preparation em
anated, based upon scientific experiments which
have tended to prove the value of this great pre
paration iu the scale of medical science
Fever and AorE. This try ins and provokins
disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on the bo
dy of man, reducing him to a mere shadow in a
short time, and rendering him physically and men
tally useless, can bo driven troui the bodv by the
uso of HOSTETTER'S RENOWNED BITTER'S.
Further, none of the above-stated diseases can bo
contracted, even in exposed situations, if the Bit
ters are used as per directions. And as they nei
ther create nausea nor offend the palate, and ren
der unnecessary any change of diet or interrup
tion ot ordinary pursuits, but promote sound sleep
and healty digestion, and the complaint is remo
ved as speedily as is consistent with the produc
tion of a thorough and permanent cure.
for Persons in Advanced Years, who are suffer
ing from an enfeebled consitution and infirm body,
these Bitters are invaluable as a restorative of
strength and vigor, and need only be tried to be
appreciated. And to a mother while nursing these
Bitters are indispensable, especially where the mo
ther's nourishment is inadequate to the demands
of the child, consequently her strength must yield,
and here it is where a good tonic, such as Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart tempo
rary strength and vigor to the system. Ladies
should by all means try this remedy for all ca
ses of debility, and, beforo to doing, should ask
their physician. wiio,'if he is acquainted with the
virtue of the Stomach Bitters, will recommend
their use in all cases of weakness.
Caution. We caution the public against using
any of the many imitations or counterfeits, but ask
for Hostetter 's Celebrated Stomach Bitters, and see
that each bottle has the words "Dr. J. Ilostetter's
Stomach Bitters" blown on the side of the bottle,
and stamped on the metallic cap covering the cork,
and observe that our autograph signature is on the
label. t3r"Prepared and sold hy Hostetter If Smith,
Pittsburg, Pa., and sold by all druggists, grocers,
and dealers generally throughout the United
States, Canada, South America, and Germany.
Agents ueo.w.Kheem ana v.U. Watson. Clear
field ; John Patton, Curwensville : D. Tyler. Hus
ton ; F. K. Arnold, Luthersburg. Sept24,'59.
STCVES cooking and parlor, an assortment, on
hand and for sale at the "cheapest corner," in
MACKEREL AND HERRING, of best quality,
just received and for sale cheap by
Apr 27, 1359. WM. F IRWIN-
FLOUR, Oat?, Rye. for sale at the cheap
Btoeof, JOILN rATTON.Curwensville.
CURWENSVILLE PROPERTY FOR SALE
- A house and lot in Curwensville borough for
sale ; for terms and description apply to
JuneS, 1S59 L. J. CKANS. Clearfield.
BUFFALO ROBES By tho bale or robe, at
Georsre F. Womrath's, Nos 415 and 417 Arch
Street, Philadelphia Also, a large assortment of
.Ladies xancy i-urs, or own manufacture.
-N. B The highest price paid for all kinds of
snipping rurs. repiemocr 23, i?3S-im.
FTNITED STATES IIOTEL. Thes ubscri
KJ bcr announces to his Clearfield friends, and
the public in general, that he has taken the above
named house. located at the Railroad, in Harris-
burg, Pa. He will endeavor to make this house
one of the most desirable stopping places in tho
State Capital, by accommodating all who may la
vor him with their custom in tho best manner pas
Bible. fjulylll BEN. HARTSHORN. Sap't.
GIFTS. SPLENDID GIFTS TO PUR
CHASERS OF BOOKS. AT THE ORIGINAL
AND THE ONLY GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE,
Established in 1S54. Ifead Quarters for the
j Tfntted States at the Publishing House, ofG,
G. Ecans, 439 Chestnut Street, Phtlo'lephia, o
Pa, CataJojsrites sent Free. Since I Odgina- g
-ted the Gift Book Enterprise, I have repeat-1
- edly called the attention of the public to my .
M large stock of liberal offers, to which they 5'
5 have always warmly responded. lean now,"
with more satisfaction than ever, call attention S.
to my largely increased inducements to pur-5-
chasers. .Being very heavily engaged in pub- 53
jc lishing, I exchange my own publications for
r those of other houses, and am enabled to pro-
cure all nry books at tho original cost of ini-
.3 king, and thus can and do supply the uiajori-
g ty of the other houses engaged in the Gift 5
b Book trade,with their ooks cheaper than they ??
g can procure them from other publishers. I can Z'
o also, by my heavy purchases of Watches and 3
Jewelry, for cash, furnish them with their S
Gifts, at lower rates than they can buy them
from the manufacturers. Having such an advan
tage in buying, I can insure my customers a great
deal better Gifts with their books than any other
house, and can give my agents a larger commis
sion. A vnluableGilt will be delivered with each
Book at the time of sale, (lifts worth S500, at the
lowest wholesale prices, will be impartially dis
tributed with every SI. 000 worth of Books sold.
Send for a catalogue, which will be mailed free
to any address, containing, the most valuable col
lection of Standard productions in Literature Phi
losophy, History, Geography, Travels, and the Sci
ences, with all the favorite works of Fiction and
Romance, and every other department of Litera
ture, classified as described below. Send for it. for
if you don't wish to order book3, you will obtain a
valuable book for reference as it contaius nil the
desirable books in print. and will cost you nothiug.
Particular attention is requested to the list of my
publications, which will be found in th': latter
part of my Classified Catalogue. It contaius a large
number of deservedly popular works, by various
authors ; among which are all of T.S Arthur's best
works, well know nas a moral. instructive and pleas
ing author.also. interesting biographies, travcls,Ac.
CLASSIFICATION OF BOOKS.
Agricultural This department embraces all
standard works upon general Agriculture, Cotton
planting. Flowers, Gardening. Farm Implements,
Horses, Sheep, Cattle. Fowls, Bees, Ac. Ac.
Albums Ladies', (a great variety,, Floral, Cap,
Quarto, Royal cap. Demy Quarto. Autograph, Ac
Annuals A large and elegant assortment.
BMcs A splendid assortment ef pocket, pew and
Family Bibles, in every style, from SI to S50.
Prayer Books A complete assortment, in eve
ry form and stylo and at all priees.
Hymn. Hooks As used by the different denom
inations, (plain and fancy bindings.)
Biosrrajihical-Works of Irving, Headley,Weems,
Sparks, Bancroft, and every other standard author.
Botanical By Comstock, Gray, Lincoln, Derby,
Wood, Ac, Ac
Cookery Receipt and Cook Books, by Mrs. Hale,
Leslie. Widdifield, McKeniie, Ac, Ac.
(rertnan Standard German Literature.
Dictionaries Webster's English, French, Ger
man, Spanish, Latin, Greek, Italian, Ac.
Cyctopchias All tne standard authors.
Gros-raphical-The latest t, most improved school
and otherGeographics.Maps.and Travelersguidea.
Geology The works of Hugh Miller, Harris.
Hitchcock, Lycll, and many others.
Historical By Prescott, Irving, Bancroft, Rob
ertson, Hume. Gibbons, Macauley. and others.
Humorous Embraces a world of Fun.
Juvenile Embracing every description of Il
lustrated books for children.
Ltw aiut Medicine All the standard works of
JMechamcal atul Scientific The most approved
works on Mechanics, Architecture, and the exact
Poetry English aud American. Octavo and
literary editions of the standard Poets; pocket
and cabinet editions plain and illustrated, bound
in every style to suit the taste of all.
Works of Fiction By Scott. Irving, Cooper,
Dickens, and all tho approved Writers.
School and Classical. Travels and Adventures.
Games, Sports and Pastimes. JlrJi'srions, Biblical
and Theological '. Musical and Glee Books. Odd
Fellowship aud Free Masonry
Miscellaneous Our Miscedaneous Department
embraces everything not included in the above
classification, of an interesting and instructive
character, that is in print.
The Gifts consist of Gold ane Silver Wntehp
Gold chains, Ladies' Splendid Black and Plaid
fcUK Drosses, Patterns, Parlor Time-pieces. Silver
plated ware, costly sets of Cameos, Mosaic. Flor
entine, Coral. Garnet, Turquois, and Lava Jewel
ry, Gold Lockets. Pencils and Pens, Ladies' Neck
and Chateline chains, Gents' Bosom Studs and
Sleevo Buttons. Pocket knives. Port-monDaies. and
a Thousand Varieties of (rifts, of use and value.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
To Agents I can give more liberal inducements
thau can be afforded by any other houso. In addi
tion to larger commissions, it is much easier to get
subscribers for my enterprise than any other.
tne I'ecuiiar advantages are A larger stock,
and better Catalogue to select from. A better as
sortment and Quality of Gifts More punctuality
and correctness in filling orders. Bv actincr as a-
gonts for me, Persons wishing a valuable Library
can procure it gratis. Those seeking an easy
method ot earning a livenood can find it.
For full particulars, send for a catalogue.
My large capital, together with mv lonir cxneri-
ence in the business, and consequent familiarity
wuu an us ueiaus, gives me an almost incalcula
ble advantage over all other parties. All I ask is
a trial. Send me an order, and vou will be convin
ced that there is no exaggeration. Do not forget
to send for a catalogue. Persons visiting the city,
are requested to call and examine for themselves.
G. G, EVANS, Head Quarters.
439 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
Branch Store, 45 Cornhill, Boston, Mass.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO BOOK BUYERS
My attention has been called to statements made
through the publie journals, by a New York Gift
Sto. e, which are calculated to deceive ; who even
presume to advertise th. tnselvcs as the originators
of the Gift Book Enterprise, which was first suc
cessfully established, and I may say honarably
conducted by myself. This concern, who are pro
claiming themselves, "TheOldest in the business,"
are indebted to me, not only for their first ideas of
conducting the business, but for stock to commence
with, and a place to commence in. Their state
ment, that this is '-The fifth year of their location
in New York," is also faise.
It has been thought, on account of the name
connected with this New York Gift Store, that it
was a orancu ot my Original Enterprise; but it is
not so, and I wish it distinctly understood, that I
am not in any way responsible for their deceptive
advertisements, nor for the manner in which New
York Gift concerns are conducted. And holding
the position I do, as the Originator of the Gift
Book Enternrioe in tbe United States having es
tablished it and brought it to its present high po
sition, by constant labor, unwearied application,
and large expenditure of money, I deem it my du
ty to the publie and myself to expose these pre
tended originators,", who are attempting to im
pose upon thepeoplc. I would here publicly state
that these parties have been referring, without
authority or permission, to the largest and most
widely known publishing house in the U nited
States. I am in ormed by this firm, which is lo
cated in this city, that, not only have they never
given permission to this New York Gift Store to
rerertothem, but they utterly disclaim any knowl
edge of their business or standing. The fore
going can be substantiated to tbe satisfaction of
any person or persons, by th most incontroverti
ble proofs. Ju'y 1 1 , 1852-PiB.
THE FARM in Jordan towsbip noeonpied by
John Kiliou, being 50 acres, Hi of which an
cleared and under good fence, and having a hone
and barn thereon erected, for sale. Apply to
Jnne 15, 1S59. L. J. CRANS, Clearfield.
GOAL! COAL!! COAL!!! The undersign
ed will deliver the best quality of Stone. Coal,
to the citizens of Clearfield, on the shortest notice,
for six cents' per bushel. All orders to be left with
Franklin Short. MICHAEL CONELLT.
Clearfield, August 20. 1S09.
TVEW STONE WARE JIANPFACTORY
11 IN CLEARFIELD. PA.
Tbe tinderslgccd takes this method of inform
Ing tho publie that be has commenced the manu
facture of Stone Ware in the Borough' of Clear
field, and thst he is now prepared to supply all
who may want them with Milk and Cream Crocks,
Jugs. Jars, Ac, at lower prices, than they can be
bought elsewhere. He solicits a share of patron
age. FREDERICK LEITZINGER.
Clearfield; Pa., My 25, lS59-ly.
DR. II A3I PTON 'S Compound Diuretic Pillt.
are. highly recommended by eminent Physi
cians. a3 a safe, certain, sneeJy and permanent cur
for Gravel, strictures and all diseases or derange
ment of the bladder and kidneys. Price fifty rcnU
per box. Sent to anv address free on receipt of
price. Address D"R. J T. HAMPTON A CO.
No. 405 Spruce iftreet, Philadelphia.
Also. Proprietors and Manufacturers of Dr.
Hampton's Anti-Rheumatic Mixture. Dr. Hamp
ton's Medicated Cough Syrup, and the Great De
sideratum or Hair Restorer. Oct. 5, 1853-2ni.
BOGGS TP. FARMS FOR SALE. One
containing 121 acres So cleared and under
good fence.. A log house 22 by 25. plauk house KJ
by 13. log barn, smithy and all necessary out-buij-uings
thereon. Large springand tspring-Lnuse con
venient to houc. -The land is well watered and
has sufficient wood and fencing timber. .There is
an orchard of large grafred trees, and a young or
chard on place, all choice fruit. It is convenient
for pasturing droves. ALSO, one containing 90 -crcs
10 cleared and under fence balance well
timbered. This land has a log house and stable
th ereon. For terms apply to
October 13. L. J. CRANS, Clearfield.
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I860. '-It is the duty of every citizen of this
Great Republic to foster and encourage native
geuiudand American enterprise." Dax.Webstek.
THE "GREAT REPUBLIC" MONTHLY.
A Magazano devoted entirely to the elevation of
American authorship, who ly national, in no wise
sectional or sectarian ; having for its motto the
words of the great statesman :
"Ao Sorth, JXo South. JYo East. Xo West ,"
having nothing to do with politics, aiming only at
the highest in Art, Literature and Science, and em
ploying the best writers in every branch, is again
before the American public, seeking their support.
This Magazine is now finishing the first year,
and drawiug near the close of the Second Velum,
and has met with unparalleled success.
The Third Volume, will commence with the num
ber for January. 1850. which will be Issued early
in December, 1559. Every number will be splen
didly illustrated in the highest style of art. A
moug the numerous contributor engaged for the
coming year are the following well known distin
guished authors : Fitz G reen Halleck, Orestes A
Brownson Seba Smith (Jack Downing George P.
Morris. J. T. Headley, Geo. 1. Prentice, Wm.Gill
more Simms. Alice Carey, Park Benjamin, John '
G. axe. Calhoun McKenzie. M. F. Maurv. Hannah '
F. Gould, Mrs. Kirkland. Mrs. Oases Smith. Mrs.
Ellet, Phebe Carey, Ac, Ac. Ac, Ac.
In the January number will be commenced th
most strikingly original novel of the day, entitled
lite Prophet; or, Scenes of Border IAfe, By Elis
abeth Oakes Smith. There will also be commenc
ed in an early number of the coming volume a'
most startling and intensely interesting original
novel, entitled The Slaver of the Coast : or, The
Ajncaii Trader. By Calhoun MeKcnzie.
The t-G rent KtiiM; Mnnii.i,.M :., i .
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w Ua. anuauy Been expended to bring it to It
present high degree of merit. The publishers are
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irorld. A ith this view they make the following
maguif cent offers. And they refer to every sub
scriber now on their books as to the fidelity with'
whieh they fulfil their obligations.
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either of the following magnificent Steel Engrav-"
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" " magazine ior one year, gratis.
This splendid offer will enable every one, by a
trifling exertion, in getting subscribers, to obtain
as fine a collection of rare works of Art to adorn'
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v.. nunc 1UI LTi'CTI-
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respectable persons who may desire to act as A
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toe above liberal offer, arc authorized to forward
us subscribers at the prices before named, deduct
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mai single subscribers sendins tlie atnonut set op
posite to each of the above engravings, shall re
ceive tho engraving chosen and one copy cf th
magazine for one year. Some of these engraving
aro 01 uiree nines the value cf those offered by the
Old Art Union, and all of them are better and of"
more intrinsic worth than any engraving ever of-,
fered by any 'Gift Enterprise' or-Art Association.'
Ivinsr." should adorn the wallsof n.v.nai.
man and Scholar in the country.
No such offers as these were e-r md. hpf.-r
there is no chance" in the matter, no "lotterv
no gui uum-oug. ne call upon
Clergymen, Postmasters, travelers, scholars, and"
all who are interested in the success of Amrricau
Literature and Art, to avail themselves of these,
generously liberal offers. In addition to all of thl
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