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CLEARFIELD, PA., AUGUST 28, 1861.
" lime of Cars leaving Tyrone Station,
Fast Line, 9.17 P. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. M.
OOINO WEST. -
Exprees, 6.40 A. M. Mail train, 5.40 P.M.
Religious. Rev. James Clarke, will preach
a National Sermon, intha M.E. Church, in this
place on Thursday evening next, at 1 o'clock.
Costisced. We have been requested to
state, that all the civil causes have been con
tinued by mutual consent. The jurors that
have been summoned lor the second week of
Court, therefore, need not attend.
Camp Meeting. The United Brethern of
-Kahoning circuit, have made all necessary
preparations for holding a Camp meeting on
the premises of Mr. John Rjn near tho Mt
Joy meeting Iloase, three miles Southeast of
New Washington, Clearfield county, Pa.,
commencing on the 29th of August. Rev. J.
R. Litman, Wm. S. II. Keys, J. Owens, Armor,
Smith, Kephart, Crowel, Shimp, and others,
are eipectvd to be present to aid in the ser
vices. Wm. K. SniMP. .
To Corrkspojidents. Tho following com
munications were crowded out this week:
The "affidavits sent by W. F. Johnston,"
and "Lines, by J." .Also several original,
and other articles, which wore intended for
this weeks paper. We have been compelled
to omit them on account of the publication of
the Sheriff's sales and Election Proclamation,
which came to band, after we bad set np sev
eral articles that might have been dispensed
with. They will, however, appear next week
Glen Hope Campmeetixo -A Campmeeting
for Glen Hope circuit, is to commence on Fri
day the 30th inst., in the grove belonging to
Mr. James Hunter, near Maj. David Wise's
The Clearfield Curwensville, New Washing
ton and Philipsburg charges, are respectfully
invited to tent with us. All . Huckstering,
and sailing of articles of traffic, without per
mission from the authorities of the meeting.
is positively prohibited. The location is cen
tral, the shade ample, and the water plenty.
J. S. Lee, Pastor.
C0EEE3PONDESCE OF THE "JOURNAL."
Camp Tesallt, Aug. 23, 18G1."
Fbif.sdRow: Since I last wrote, we have
had nothing but rain, except mud, and that
equals the rain ; which I am told is no unusual
thing here. Such weather does not suit sol
diers, it interferes with their drills. It has
been cold and disagreeable, so that we needed
all our covering during the several last nights.
Our regiment has been on outpost picket duty,
four miles from camp, on on of the coldest
nights we have had. We were deployed over
a line of about six miles straight across the
country, one of the most troublcsone posts
here, on account of the amount of travel. Y o
were placed on at dark for 2i hours, and for
tunately for us it lid not rain. We were not
interrupted, although several rebel horsemen
caoia in sight ; but fled when hailed. During
the day several of our officers went to tho
i.Aktn lirlj.n " tint flio :(titfrat Tlf IP tinii ' '
One gunner, at 11 miles distant, hit the "cen
tre" with a 32 pound shot. The gun was then
reloaded with a shell, and, at the report of the
gun the shell could bo seen going in the de
sired direction, and the instant it reached the
Urget, exploded and scattered the frame-work
to the "four winds."
Company C. wus posted over an extensive
fans belonging to un old Secessionist. He
says he has lost night ."ebntrabuands" two
were taken If Jeff Davis' party and six can
awnr. These eontrabfandr" vary in color,
l?oni th; iWVcst Jne f a very-rear approach
to white. Wo Wru treated well efeough, and
could buy whatever we wished, at reasonable
prices. Our Col. is down on "fillibustering,"
therefore, our regiment has always received
good treatment from Iriend and foe.
Most of the regiments under Gen. M'Calt,
had a grand review, several days ago. It was
interesting to see so many men under arms at
the same time ; but we lacked music, having
only one brass band. The regiments from
other States are well supplied in this respect.
Why Dot the Pennsylvania 7 . Are the men
who compose the bands in out State cowards ?
The 5th, however, will have one in a lew days
it comes from York.
On Saturday our regiment was mustered in
to the service of the United States. We were
lormed in a hollow square, facing inwards.
Each man held up his right hand and took the
oath of allegiance" swearing to 'defend the
government against all its enemies.' So far
as we were concerned it was a mere form in
order to get our pay according to law ; we
having been shorn into the service on the 21st
of J unn last. .Nearly two months pay is now
due, which will be a welcome visitor when it
I am sorry to hear that tho new Clearfield
company is a failure. I know many are anx
ious to be " in at tho Bgbt," and to "wade up
to the knees in traitor blood." Jeff Davis
most feel quite relieved on account of this
liilure ; aa he has beard, no doubt, that they
are unavoidably kept at home.
Henry Spackman was a fine young man,
and much liked both by officers and men. He
was ready to lay down his life for bis country,
and looked forward to the time when be would
have an opportunity to fight for his flag ; but
the Grtat Conqueror came too soon, and he
has gone to bis final home.
We have a Chaplain a member of the
Methodist clergy who is a good speaker, and
Las no doubt undertaken the hardships of a
military life to do good, and be about "his
Masters business." Yours, M.
Conditio or Manassas. Manassas is, on
the whole, at present, one of the most stinking
spots on the face of the globe. The only
wretched hatel which was there has been clos
ed What Is called the guard honso consists
of a open shed in the street, where the prison
ers are compelled to remain, exposed to the
elements, until they are removed to Rich
mond. With the exception of Jeff. Davis,
during his visit at Manassas, and a few of the
eiierals, the officers all have to sleep on the
"or, and the head-quarters of Beauregard,
recently removed to Mr. Ware's house, resem
a dilapidated pig stye on a large scale.
Manassas, however, will continue to be the
Vm focus of the Virginian army. .
A Socthers Repoet.--The Mobile Regis
erhas the following report: "It may be com
jurtable for Lincoln to know that a letter has
Uen addressed to a high officer in the Confed
erate service, by a high officer in the U. S.
. y. Who holds a very important post, offer
"8 to join the cause of the Sooth himself, and
lender his command Into the hands of onr
"P. The letter itself will vouch for this
JUDGE PEARSON ON THE NATIONAL CEISIS
Tn his char2 to the grand jury on the open.
ing of the Lebanon county Court this week,
Judge Pearson,spe3kiog on our present nation
al conflict, and the laws relating to the duties
of the citizens concerning the same, instruct
ed them in substance as lollows : .. ,
You are well aware, gentlemen,' that the
eovernment of the country is now engaged in
a great struggle with rebellion. A very con
siderable portion or me estates ot tmsUDion
have risen against the laws, endeavored to
throw off their allegiance, and are now in o
wen arms, with a view of subverting and de
stroying the Constitution and government of
the lnitea states. This is no mere party con
test, such as has frequently agitated our coun
try, to be ultimately settled at the ballot box,
but a great struggle for national existance, to
be determined by force of arms alone. It is
scarcely necessary for me remind a true and
loyal people, like those of Lebanon county, of
their duty as citizens in such a contest, and
to say that they are bound by their allegiance
and interest not only to do no act and 'utter
no word or sentiment calculated to embarrass
the government in its action, but to render all
the assistance in their power to aid it in car
rying on the war, so unjustly forced upon it
To levy war against the United States or ad
here to the enemy in time of war, giving them
aid and comfort, is high treason, but this
crime can be tried only in the Federal courts
Treason jnay also be comitted against the
State of Pennsylvanie by the same acts or any
endeavor to subvert and overturn the govern
ruent ? and over that offence you and we have
jurisdiction. But the law to which I particularly
wish to direct your attention as having a more
practical bearing on the action of the people
in the present exigency, was passed at the last
session of the Legislature, and should be
known and understood by all, lest any might
transgress unwittingly. The act punishes
with great severity the aiding or abetting the
enemy now at war with the United States, by
joining their armies or procuring any one so
to do, or furnishing them any article for their
aid and comfort, carrying on a correspon
dence with them, or giving them any intelli
gence, whatever. I was also prohibits under
liko penalt3',every endeavor to dissuade persons
from entering the service of this state or ot
the United States or from joining any volun
teer company or association, about being mus
tered into service ; or being mustered into
service, to induce or endeavor to persuade
them to abandon or withdraw from the same
Every resident ot Pennsylvania who is pro
writing or printing anything with the view
and purpose or which may have tho ellect of
preventing others from entering the armies of
the btate or nation, or may induce others al
ready entered to desert their colors and aban
don the service. We all most highly prize
the liberty of speech and freedom of the press,
yet at a time like this, when great calamities
may be impending over the nation, the rules
of morality, our allegiance and duty alike re
quire that wo shall abstain from doing any act
or uttering any word or sentiment calculated
to show that our councils are divided, where
by the hand of the enemy is strengthened and
that of the government weakened, and sucn
act is well calculated to give aid and comfort
to the enemy ; and writing, printing or advis
ed speaking before the people against the ac
tion of the national government, directly tends
to induce those in tho service to leave it, and
those about to enter to change their intentions.
Persons violating these plain duties may read
ily bring themselves within the penalty of the
law; and if the Grand Jury, or anyone of
them, know of this statute having been trans
gressed, it is your bounden duty to present
the transgressors, so that they may receive
punishment according to their demerits.
Advice to tiie Uniox Me.i or Kentuckv.
The Louisville Journal says : "The Courier
announces that hereafter any shipment of
guns to the Union men of Kentucky is to be
resisted "now and forever." The Courier
says that the "people" have so willed it. It
evidently means that the Secessionists have
so willed it. Now every sane man knows per
fectly well that any attempt to carry out the
programme thus placed before the country
will lead to bloody war in every part of this
state. The Union men will not submit to the
perpetration of any such villainous outrages.
In view of these threats, we say to the Union
men of Kentucky, "forewarned, forearmed."
Take, warning from the course which has been
pursued in the seceding States towards your
brethern.. Be ready. Lose not a day. Organ
ize, in the most thorough manner id every
neighborhood. Perfect yourselves in milita
ry dicipline. Trample no one, insult no one,
but, if Secessionists daro inaugurate civil war
in Kentucky, let them feel that you are free
men, and, while asking nothing wrong, - sub
mit to nothing wrong. .
The Fishermen Ready to Fight. The Bos
ton jUdvertizer says : " We were called upon by
a resident of Gloucester, anxious to learn what
steps should be taken to secure the acceptance
of a fleet of fishing schooners with crews from
Cape Ann, to be armed and sent to cruise a
gainst the privateers, and especially to look
into the shallow is orth Carolina inlets, we
are sorry not to be able to give the desired in
formation. The hardy fishermen are ready
and eager for service. They are perfect sail
ors, fearless fighters, active, enterprising and
brimful of patriotism. Their vessels are pre
cisely what is wanted for the service, and
when the strength is not enough they can
make up a fleet sufficient fo any enterprise.
Gloucester alone can blockade North Carolina
effectively, if the opportunity is given.
The Rebels and a Balloon. We find the
following in a Fortress Monroe letter : A ne
gro, wno escaped irom oeweirs roini, gives
an amusing account or things there at the re
cent balloon assensions by La Mountain, when
he hung in the air directly over the rebel batter
ries and camps. They looked up to it with a
profuse use of profanity, if Sambo is to be be
lieved, and their rage amounted to a perfect
frenzy. They thought seriously for a time of
trying come of their longest range rifles upon
it, but finally concluded that this altitude was
so great that the attempt would only resnlLin
failure. Nothing else has occured during
the whole campaign which has so much en
raged them. ; The balloon was let up, attach
ed to a long rope from a steam tug in the river.
Waked up the Wrono Passenger. A pur
chaser of boots and shoes, from Lexington,
Ky., who is now in Boston, reports that in one
store a dougbtaced salesman . not know-
og the strong Union sentiments of his custo
mer, remarked that "he bad rather be under
he rule of Jen Davis than Abe Lincoln."
This sentiment elicited a scorching rebuke
from the Southern merchant, who left the e-
stablisbmeut in disgust saying he had fought
disunionists in Kentucky, and should not pat
ronize them in Massachusets. ,.
Gen. Wool. The presence of Gen. Wool
at Fortress Monroe would seem to indicate
lively operations in that quarter as soon as
new troops reinforce the post. With thirty
thousand good troops Richmond would bo se
riously threatened, and instead of meditating
an inenrsion into Maryland the rebel leaders
would have full employment for their forces
in defending Richmond. ' .
The Latest News.
Received by Tuesday Evening's MaiL
On the 24th. as the train was going east from
Cumberland, the engineer discovered several
cross ties on the track when 8 miles out, and
when ' he got near he increased the speed of
the locomotive and threw the ties off, having
seen a large number of armed men coming
down the hill at the lime. The design was
evidently to take Gov. Thomas prisoner. ..
Whilst Gov. Thomas of Maryland was ad
dressing the citizens of Cumberland on the
23d, some secessionists raised a disturbance,
which resulted in their being driven home and
the destruction of the dlleghenian office, a se
Wm. Hulsey, hailing from Ithica, N. Y.,
was compelled to leave Scranton, Pa., on the
26tb, or be rode on a rail. lie had endeav
ored to induce parties to take the Day-Book,
and uttered the rankest treason.
Richard Wallach, Esq., was on the 2Gth,
elected Mayor of Washington by the City
Council, to supply the vacancy occasioned by
Mr. Berrett's involuntary absence. He was
Mayor Berrett of Washington, has been sent
to Fort Lafayette, on account of his secession
sentiments, and his refusal to take the oath of
A Proposition from a Woman. The St
LouisDernocrffpublishes the following patriot
ic proposition : "Are there not Union ladies e-
nougb in this place to equip, without feeling
it, a company of cavalry, to be called the
"Knights of St. Louis?" Let us all melt
down two of our heaviest sets of silver, to be
gin with, and if that don't do, let another go,
until we get enough. I reason as a woman
if we restore our glorious Union, as we
must do, we can afford new and fashionable
ones ; and if we do not, and are doomed to
clank the conqueror's chain, let our spoons
and forks be of the same material. One born
on the oacred ooil.
East Tennessee. Jeff. Davis has issued a
proclamation ordering all residents in the se
ceded States, who do not recognize the Con
federacy, to depart within forty days, under
pain of being "condemned as aliens and ene
mies." The purpose of this order is to oper
ate on the Union population of East Tennes
see ; for all opposition to the despotism to the
Confederate rebels has been thoroughly crush
ed out, long since, in every other part of the
South. Will not the Administration do some
thing to help these loyal Tennesseans make a
stind against tho rebels? All they ask is a
supp'y of arms and ammunition ; and surely
the government can afford them that.
Even those who are in the enjoyment of perfect
health frequently have need to recourse to tonics
as preventives of disease. We are never too well
armored against the assaults of "the ills that flesh
is heir to." Such an invigorator they may find in
Hostetter's bitters a medicine that cannot be ta
ken regularly without giving vitality and elas
ticity to the system. At this season, particular
ly, the strongest man is not proof against the
malaria, in certain sections of the country. In
all cases of fever and ague, the bitters is more po
tent than any amount of quinine, while the most
dangerous cases of billious fever yield to its won
derful properties. Those who have tried the med
icine will never use another, for any of the ail
ments which the llostetter Bitters professes to sub
due. To those who have not made the experi
ment, we cordially recommend an early applica
tion to the Bitters, whenever they are stricken by
disease of the digestive organs. Sold by drug
gists and dealers generally everywhere. fSee
advertisement in another column.
JJANKING AND COLLECTION OFFICE
LEONARD, FINNEY & CO.,
CLEARFIELD, CLEARFIELD COUNTY, PA.
Bills of Exchange, Notes and Drafts Discounted.
Deposits received. Collections made; and proceeds
promptly remitted. Exchange on the Cities con
stantly on hand. Office, on Second street, in the
room lately occupied by W. A. Wallace, Esd.
james t. Leonard. ::::::::: d. a. finsev.
wm a. Wallace. :::::::::: a. c. finney.
C CLEARFIELD MUSIC SCHOOL For in
J struction upon the Piano, Melodeon and Gui
tar, and in Harmony and Singing.
Terms For pupils under six yeiSrs old, $5,00,
for seventy two lessons of one half hour each ;
for all pupils over six years old, $10,00, for seventy-two
lessons of one hour each; upon Piano, Me
lodeon. Guitar or in Harmony.
Payable, one-fourth at the beginning and the
balance at the end of the quarter.
Vocal music free to all Instrumental pupils.
Studied alone. $3.00 per term.
Rooms at Mr. Alexander Irwin's.
Oct. 1, 18G0. E. A. P. RYNDER. Teacher.
BOGGS TP. FARMS FOR SALE One
containing 124 acres 85 cleared and under
good fence. A log house 22 by 26, plank house 16
by 18, log barn, smithy and all necessary out-buildings
thereon. Large springand spring-house con
venient to house. The land is well watered and
has sufficient wood and fencing timber. There is
an orchard of large grafted trees, and a young or
chard on place, all choice fruit. It is convenient
for pasturing droves. AL.&U, one containing 90 a-
cres 10 cleared and under fence balance well
timbered. This land has a loir house and stable
For terms apply to
13. L.J. CI
BELLEFONTE MARBLE WORKS !
The undersigned adopts this method of in
torming the public and the patrons of the late
firm of S. A.Gibson k 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 Work,
of the latest classical designs, and superior work
manship, such as Monuments, Box Tombs. Cra
dle Tombs, Spires, Obelisk, Grecian Tombs, Ta
ble Tombs, lleatl Stones, Carved. Sculptured or
Plain, as cheap, if not cheaper, than they can be
naa at any otner estaDiisnment in tne country.
Thankful for past favors, the undersigned solicits
an increase of patronage. WM. GAIIAGAN.
Bellefonte, Pa., Marcn 23, 1859-tf.
CIIAIKS !! CHAIRS !!! CHAIRS !!!!!
OnW TS TTTT. TIME Tfl UTTV "
The undersigned has now on hand, at his Furni
ture Rooms on Market St., Clearfield, Pa., a short
distance west of Litz's foundry, a large 6tock of
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS,
manufactured out of the beet materials, finished
in a very superior manner, and which he will sell
LUW irOK UAfeH. His long experience in the bu
siness makes him feel confident that his chairs are
made in a substantial and workmanlike manner,
and will stand the test of trial. Persons wishing
to purchase chairs should call at once and get
them while they can be had at the lowest rates.
Feb 27,1861. JOHN TKOUTMAJi.
LOOK HERE, GENTLEMEN ! WAGON
SUOP AHEAD!'.!! The subscriber thankful
for past favors, takes this method of informing
his old customers and the publie in general, that
be has removed bis shop from tne Foundry to tne
shop formerly occupied by George W. Orr, on Sec
ond street, Clearfield, Pa., where he will continue
to manufacture Wagons of every description, to
order, of good material and in a workmanlike
manner. Also, Wheelbarrows, narrows, Grain
cradles, to., made on short notice, -in superior
style, and of the best stock. Repairing of every
kind done with dispatch, and on reasonable tsrms.
June 2?, low. ' - WILLIAM n. iJKUWis..
J. G, I1ARTSWICK,
PHYSICIAN - AND SURGEON
MAr.30. . . CLKARFIKLD.PKNN'A, 1860.
CAUTION. The public are hereby cautioned
against purchasing or intermedling with one
yoke red oxen in the possession of Matthew and
Levi L. Tate of Lawrenoe township, as the same
are left to them on loan and subject to my order
only. WILLIAM TATE.
Lawrence Township, July 17, 1861-3t.
NOTICE. All persons having unsettled ac
counts on the books of the late firm of Patton
Hippie Co., will call and settle the same as it is
important that the books be closed with as little
delay as possible. E. A. HIPPLE,
July 3, 1861. DAN'L FAUST.
NOTICE. Dr. R. T. Hubbs, of Frenchville,
having relinquished the practice of Medi
cine, would hereby respectfully request all per
sons indebted to him, to come forward and settle
without delay, as his accounts will have to be
closed. Frenchville. June 12, 1861.
TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED ACRES
OF LAND AT PRIVATE SALE, extending
to the mouth of the Moshannon. An eligable
property; on reasonable terms. Inquire of
II. BUCIIER SWOOPE,
Decl9-tf. Attorney at Law, Clearfield, Pa
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership of Patton nipple - Co., was
dissolved en the 13th of June, 1861, by the with
drawal of H. D. Patton. The books of the late
firm are in the hands of Hippie and Faust who are
authorized to settle and collect all debts due said
firm. H. D PATTON,
E. A. HIPPLE,
July 3, 1861. DAN'L FAUST. .
AGRICULTURAL FAIR. The "Clear
field county Agricultural Society," will hold
its Second annual Fair, upon the Fair ground
near the Borough of Clearfield, on the 15th, 16th,
17th and 18th days of October next. The grounds
are now being put in good order, and the accom
modations enlarged for the convenience of exhib
itors and visitors. A premium list will shortly
be published. RICHARD SHAW,
O. R. BARRETT, JOSIAH R. REED,
JOHN M GAUGHEY, WM. M'BRIDE,
Clearfield. June 26, 1861. Ex. Committee.
TIIE CLEARFIELD ACADEMY will be
opened for the reception of pupils (male and
female) on Monday, September 2d. Tet ms, per ses
sion of eleven weeks:
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Primary Arith
metic and Geography, $2,58
Higher Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geogra
phy and History. 63,00
Algebra, Geometry, Natural Philosophy, and
Book Keeping, $4,00
Latin and Greek languages, $6,00
To students desirous of acquiring a thorough
English Education, and who wish to qualify them
selves for teachers, this institution offers desirable
advantages. No pupil received for less than half
a session and no deduction except for protracted
sickness. Tuition to be paid at the close of Hie
term. fmay30 C. B. SANDFORD, Principal.
ON niS OWN HOOK! JOHN GUELICn.'
CABINET MAKER. The subscriber wishes
to inform his old friends and customers, that he
is now carrying on the Cabinet Making business.
on "his own hook," at his old shop on Market
Street, nearly opposite tne "old Jew Store," where
he keeps on hand, and is prepared to manufacture
to order, every description of Cabinet-Ware, that
maybe wanted in this section of country f con
sisting of Sofas, Lounges, Mahogony and Oommon
Bureaus, Writing and Wash Stands; Centre, Din
fng and Breakfast Tables : Mahogany and Com
mon Bedsteads; Sewing Stands, tc, feo. He wil'
also repair furniture and chairs, in good style
cheap for cash. House Painting done on short no
tiee, and easy terms- Now is the time to buy at
reasonable prices, as I intend to sell every thing
in my line f business at the cheapest cash rates.
Walk in and examine the articles on hand, anC
judge for yourselves, of the quality and &nish.
Country produce received in payment.
April 13, 1859 JOHN GUELICH.
N. B Coffins made to order on short notice, anc
funerals attended with a neat hearse, and appro
priate accompanyments. when desired. J. i.
NOTICE fo School Directors and Teachers of
Cleajield county. Public examination of
Teachers will be held this year as follows :
Bloom, Ferguson, Lumber City and Penn town
ship ; September 4th and 5th, at Lumber City.
Curwensville, Knox and Pike; September 6th
and 7th. at Curwensville.
Clearfield, and Lawrence ; September 9th and
10th, at Clearfield.
Girard, and Goshen ; September 11th and 12th.
at Goshen School House.
Covingtor, and Karthaus ; September 13th and
14th, near John Riders.
Bradford, Graham, and Morris; September 16th;
and 17th, at Graham ton.
Boggs, Decatur, and Woodward; September
ISth and 19th, at Centre in Decatur.
Bell.' Burnside, Chest, and New Washington
September 23d and 24th, at New Washington.
Beccaria, Guelich, and Jordan ; September
26th and 27th, at cross roads in Beccaria.
Huston, and Fox ; October 1st, at no. 1 Ilouso in
Brady, and Union ; October 3d and 4th, atLu
thersburg. At 9 o'clock A. M.
Jesse Bhoomall, Co. Sup't.
CurwensvilU, 7 th mo. 24th, 1861.-pd.
Grand Opening !
N E V FIRM, NEW STORE, NE V GOODS.
Great Inducemets to Ptirsasers at
H. W. SMITH & CO'S
ONE PRICE CASH STORE, SMITH'S CORNER.
BELOW. JUDGE LEONARD'S.
A splendid assortment of Goods selling at prices
to suit the times, consisting in part of
Prints, Lawns, Organdies, Poplins,
Bareges. Ginghams, Muslins, Checks,
Balmorals, Trimmings, Dress Girde, Balzorine
HOOP SKIRTS, HOOP SKIRTS,
French Silk Mantillas, French Silk Mantillas
Traveling Dusters, Crepe de Paris,
Zephyrs, Zephyrs, Zephyrs, Zephyrs,
Shakers, Shakers, Shakers, Shakers,
Fine BlacK Broadcloth, Cassimeres, etc.. ett.
ALSO. GROCERIES SUCH AS
Sugars. Coffee, Teas, Spices, Salts, Sodas. Rice,
Brooms. Mackerel, also Queensware, Boots a Shoes,
Wall Paper, Carpeting, Flagsf Stationary Ac., Ao.
AH articles usually kept in a country Store will
be found here ; as also many not usually kept, but
much needed, at greatly reduced prices. We feel
confident that all who will maice a trial purchase,
will find it to their advantage to continue as cus
tomers. Also, a limited amount of county Orders
wanted in exchange for goods. July 10.
TUST RECEIVED AT
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE,
Graham'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, Jett, Carbnncle, Garnctt, Opal, Florentine Mo
saie, Gold fctone Mosaic, I'orceiam paintings, sc,
or single pieces at NAUGLE'S.
Plain gold Breast pins, tar drops, Hoop tar rings.
children's eardropsand rings at NAUGLE'S.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at NAUGLE'S.
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt studs, fob
buckles and guard slides at NAUGLE'S. :
A fine assortment of goia anger rings of diner
ent styles and quality, gold lockets, coral nockla
ees, silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards, and
all articles in his line, on band at ii AtuLb B.
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancy and
common Clocks, and Fancy Time-pieees. from 1,25
to i dollars at jXAUULiti'o.
Old Gold and Silver will ba taken in exchange
for goods at NAUGLE'S.
All goods warranted as represented, or tne mo.
ney refunded, at . - " NAUGLE o.
If you wish your watches put in gooa repair
and warranted, take them to NAUGLE S. !
A f7To tiffla and v&rv ehean at
JMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! !
A Fact Worth Knowing !
The undersigned informs his old friends and the
public generally that he has just received and o
pened, at his old stand in Bradford township, a
NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
consisting of Dry Goods, Hardware, Queensware
Groceries, and all other articles usually kept in a
country store, which he will dispose of at as low
rates as they can be purchased in the county, and
of as good quality, if not better, ne respectfully
solicits all t give him a call and examine his
stock before purchasing elsewhere, and he feels
certain that they will buy from him.
jyll MATTHEW FORCEE.
EW FIRM AND NEW GOODS!
JOHN ft JEERED F. IRVIN.
The undersigned give notice that on tho 13th A
prilthey enterod into partnership in the mercan
tile business in Curwensville. and that hereafter
the business will be conducted by them jointly un
der the name and firm of John & J. F. Irvin.
They inform their customers and the public in
general that they have received from the East and
opened at the old stand, a large and varied stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENS
WARE, HARDWARE, AC, AC,
specially adapted to the wants of the community,
and will sell the same at the lowest cash prices.
Also, a large assortment of Boots, Shoes, Hats
and Caps, of the latest styles and best quality, all
of which they intend to sell at reasonable rates.
Also, an extensive stock of the most fashionable
at prices to suit the times. Now is the time to
purchase. Call in and examine our stock before
you purohase your goods, and we feet confident
that we oan supply you with all kinds of goods,
at as low prices and on as reasonable terms as you
can procure them elsewhere. Give us a trial.
May 30, 1860. JERRED F. IRVIN.
N. B. Persons indebted to the old firm are re
quested to call and settle. may 30
A FRESn ARRIVAL OF
Spring& Summer Goods
CHEAP CASH STORE.
Just received and opening, a carefully selected
stock of Spring and Summer goods, of almost ev
ery description. Staple and Fancy.
DRY-GOODS AND NOTIONS,
HARD-WARE AND QUEENSWARE,
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS AND GLASS,
Boots and Shoes,
HATS AND CAPS,
Stationary, Cedar-ware. New Mackerel in half,
quarter, and eighth barrels.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR OF SUPE
All of which will be sold on the most reasonable
terms for Cash or approved country produce..
June 26, 1861. WM. F. IRWIN.
BITTER S. The proprietors and
Bitters can appeal with perfect confidence to phy
sicians and citizens generally of the United States,
because the article has attained a reputation here
tofore unknown. A few facts upon this point will
speak more powerfully than volumes of bare asser
tion or blazoning puffery. The consumption of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters for the last year a
raounted to over a half-million bottles, and from
its manifest steady increase in times past, it is ev
ident that during the coming year the consump
tion will reach near one million bottles. This im
mense amount could never have been sold but for
the rare medicinal properties contained in the pre
paration, and the sanction of the most prominent
physicians in those sections of the country where
the article is best known, who not only recommend
the Bitters to their patients, but are ready at all
times to give testimonials to its efficacy in all ca
ses of stomachic derangements and the diseases re
sulting therefrom. This is not a temporary popu
larity, obtained by extraordinary efforts in the way
of trumpeting the qualities of the Bitters, but a
solid estimation of an invaluable medicine, which
is destined to be as enduring as time itself
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters have proved a God
send to regions where fever and aguo and various
other bilious complaints have counted their vic
tims by hundreds. To be able to state confident
ly that the 'Bitters' are a certain cure for the Dys
pepsia and like diseases, is to the proprietors a
source of unalloyed pleasure. It removes all mor
bid matter from the stomach, purifies the blood,
and imparts renewed vitality to the nervous sys
tem, giving it that tone acd energy indispensable
for the restoration of health. It operates upon
the stomach, liver, and other digestive organs,
mildly but powerfully, and soon restores them
to a condition essential to tho healthy discharge
of the functions of nature.
Elderly persons may use the Bitters daily as per
directions on the bottle, and they will find it a
stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort declining
years, as it is pleasant to the palate, invigorating
to the bowels, excellent as a tonic, and rejuvena
ting generally. We hare evidence of thousands
of aged men and women who have experienced
the benefit of using this preparation while suffer
ing from stomach derangements and general de
bility; acting under the advice of physicians,
they have abandoned all deleterious drugs and
fairly tested the merits of this article. A few
words to the gentler sex. There are cc, tain pe
riods when thoircaresare so harrasdng that many
of them sink under the trial. The rotation of mo
ther and child is so absorbingly tend ?r, that the
mother, especially if she be young, is apt to for
get her own health in the extreme anxiety for her
infant. Should the period for maternity arrive
during the summer season, the wear of body and
mind is generally aggravated. Hero, then, is a
necessity for a stimulant to recuperate the ener
gies of the system, and enable the mother to bear
up under her exhausting trials and responsibili
ties. Nursing mothers generally prefer the Bit
ters to all other invigorators that reoeive the en
dorsement of physioians, because it la agreeable
to the taste as well at certain to give a permanent
increase of bodily strength.
All those persons, to whom we have particular
ly referred above, to wit : sufferers from fever and
ague, caused by malaria,' diarrhoea, dysentery, in
digestion, loss of appetite, and all diseases or de
rangements of the stomach, superanuated inval
ids, persons of sedentary occupation, and nursing
mothers, will consult their own physical welfare
by giving to Hostetter's Celebrated Stomach Bit
ters a trial.
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, Hostetter'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. BfPrepared and sold by llostetter if Smith,
Pittsburg, Pa., and sold by all druggists, grocers,
and dealers generally throughout the United
States, Canada, South America, and Germ any.
Agents Ge.W. Rheem and C. D.Watst n, Clear
field ; John Patton, Curwensville ; D. Tyler. Hus
ton : F. K. Arnold. Luthersburg. Oct21,'60.
CH EESE ! A larga lot of superior Cheese,
for sale by WM.i XBWIN ClearSeld, Pa-
PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS.
B. WOODS, Attorney at Law, Indiana, Pa.
. Professional business promptly attended to.-
O. CROUCH, Phvsician, Curwensville. Clear
. field county, Pena'a. May 14.
I J. CRANS, Attorney at Law and Real Estate
J. Agent, Clearfield, Pa. . Office adjoining hU
residence, on Second street. May IS.
ILUAM A. WALLACE, Attorney at Law,
Clearfield, Pa. Office, ouo door north of tho
Post Office, on Second street. Sept. 1.
OBERT J. WALLACE, Attorney at Law. (and
District Attorney,) Clearfield, Pa. Offiee in
Shaw's new row, Market street. May 26.
ALTER BARRETT, Attorney at Law, Cfear-
field, Pa. Office the same that was formerly
occupied by Hon. G. R Barrett. ecptVeo
H BUCIIER SWOOPE, Attorney at Law.CIwir.
. field, Pa. Office in Graham's Row. one door
east of the 'Raftsman's Journal' office. Nov 10.
I-jlRANK SHORT, Boot and Shoe maker. Shop
" on Second street, (nearly opposite Reed and
Weaver's Store.) Clearfield, Pa. May 4, 1859.
KRATZER A SON, Merchants, and dealers
. in Boards and Shingles, Grain and Produce.
Front St, above the Academy, Clearfield, Pa. fjl J
WM. M'CULLOUGH, Attorney at Low, Clear
. field, Pa. Office, in Graham's new brkk
building, on Second floor. July 3, 18CI.
CHA'S II. TOWERS, Attorney at Law, Clear
field, Pa. Office, up stairs in Graham's new
brick building. Business entrusted to him will
be punctually attended to. July 3, 1861.
HOMAS J. M'CULLOUGH, Attorney at Law.
Clearfield, Pa. Office, over the "Clearfield
co. Bank. Deeds and other legal instruments pre
pared with promptness and accuracy. July 3.
ILLIAM F. IRW IN, Market street, Clearfield,
Pa., Dealer in Foreign and Domcstio Mer
chandise, Hardware, Queensware, Groceries, and
family articles generally. . .Nov. 10.
JOHN GUELICH, Manufacturer of al! kinds ot
Cabinet-ware, Market street, Clearfield, Ta.
He also makes to order Coffins, on short notice, and
attends funerals with a hearse. Apjlft,'59
DR. WM. CAMPBELL, offers his professional
services to the citizens of Morris and adjoin
ing townships. Residence with J. D. Denning in
Kylertown, Clearfield county. May 11,185'J.
F. NAUGLE, Watch and Clock Maker, and
. dealer in Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Room in
Shaw's new row, Market street, opposite the Haf'tt
man's Journal office, Clearfield, Pa. Nov. 10.
JB M'ENALLY, Attorney nt Law. Clesrfield.
. Pa. Practices in Clearfield and adjoining
counties. Offiee in new brick addition, adjoining
the residence of James B. Graham. Nov. 10.
RICHARD MOSSOP, Dealer in Foreign and Do
mestic Dry Goods, Groceries, Flour, Bacon,
Liquors, to. Room, on Market street, a fe w doora
west of Journal Ojjice, Clearfield. Pa. Apr27.
LARRIMER k TEST, Attorneys at Law. Clear
field. Pa. Will attend promptly to all legal
and other business entrusted to their care in Clear
field and adjoining counties. August 6, 1856.
JAB. H. LAKRIMER. ISRAEL TEST.
OHN RUSSEL A CO., Tanners and Currier,
Pennville, Clearfield Co , Pa. Keepooastantly
on hand an excellent assortment of leather, which
they offer for sale at the lowest cash prices. Hides
of all kinds taken in exchange. JuIyl5-54.
R. JEFFERSON L1TZ, having located atGra-
Vn..fAn ntMA.C.J T Ml .4
m m iiiuuiuu, mitral uciu cuuuir, r win Kucau
Promptly to all professional business entrusted to
is care. He may at all times be found at his of
fice or at the resdence of J. B. Walters. rhen not
professionally engaged. March 13, 1861.
JOHN HUIDEKOPER, Civil Engineer and Land
Surveyor, offers his professional services to tho
citizens of Clearfield county. All business en
trusted to him will be promptly and faithfully ex
ecuted. He can be found at the banking house of
Leonard, Finney k Co. Sept. 21, 1859.
DR. M. WOODS, tenders his professional servi
ces to the citizens of Clearfield jind vicinity.
Residence on Second street, opposite the office of
L.J. Crans, Esq. Office, the same that was recent
ly occupied by Hon. G R. Barrett, where he cau
be found unless absent on professional business.
DENTAL CARD. A. M. SMITH, offers his pro
fessional services to the Ladies and Gentlemen
of Clearfield and vicinity. All operations upon tho
teeth executed with neatness and despatch. Being
familiar with all the late improvements he is pre
pared to make artificial teeth in the best manner.
Office in Shaw's New Row, Clearfiold. Sep. 15.
R. JulTCH'S MEDICINES. A fresh sup
ply of these invaluable Family Medicines
are for sale by M. A. Frank, Clearfield, consisting
of Pain Carer ; Restorative, a great cure for colds
and cough ; and Anti-Bihous Physic. They biro
been thoroughly tested in this community, and
are highly approved. Tnv the.
HMO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC Tho
X undersigned having taken the Luthersburg
Hotel, situate in the town of Luthersburg, Clcnr
field county, respectfully solicits a share of pat
ronage. The house has been re-fitted and newly
furnished, and no pains or expense will be spared
to render guests comfortable. Charges moderate.
may23 WILLIAM REED.
f y Y R O N IS CITY II O T E L.
TYRONE, BLAIR COUNTY, TA.
A. P. OWENS, Proprietor.
Also Oysters, Wholesale and Retail. decl9
PROVISION AND GROCERY STORE.
The undersigned keeps constantl en hand
at his store room in Pbilipsbur Centreycounty, a
full stock of Flour, Hams. Shoulders, Sides, Cof
fee, Tea, Sugar. Rice, Mola sses, Ac. Also, Li
quors of all kinds, Tobaoco. Segars, Snuff, Ac; all
of which he offers to purchasers on the most ad
vantageous terms. Give him a call, and try his
articles. ImarZI ROBERT LLOYD.
LOUR ! BACON!! GROCERIES!!!!
PAINTS. OILS, DYE-STUFFS ;
LIQUOR OP VAHIOUS KINDS,
Tobacco, Segars. Ac,
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH,
In the basement of Merrell k Bigler's building by
Feb. 27, 1861-tf. O. B. MERRELL.
STIRRING TIMES IN PHILADEL
PHIA ! Tremendous Excitement among th
Masses .'.'. EXCITING FOOT RACE hciweta th
Philadelphia Police and a notorious Porger ami
counterfeiter. James Buchanan Cross Cross
Recaptured It seems to be the general opin-
- m -u . i i ; e t, i i c
i ou i u vsicumciu. mat ix vruss nau worn a pair ui
Frank Short's French-cut f Boots, that he woald
not be taken yet. However, Shorty is not tnach
put out at missing his custom; but would an
nounce to all Breckinridge, Douglas, Lincoln ami
Bell men, and women and children fn Clearfield,
and Sinnemahoning in particular, that he it pre
pared to furnish them with Boots. Shoes and Gai
ters ot any style or pattern, stiohed, ewed or peg
ged, (and as he is a short fellow) on short sotioe.
All kinds of country croduoe taKen in exonsngc.
and cash not refused. Reoairinadone ia the neat
est manner and charges moderate, at the Short
Shoe Shop on Second Street, opposite Reed, Wea
ver 4 Cos store. FRANK SHORT.
N. B. Findincs for sale. Aug.Z'J.lfebO.
IOR SALE. A good two-horse wagon with
box, for sale very low. Apply to George W.
i, New Millport, Clearfield co., Pa. Mar20-p.
FLOUR. A lot of good flour on hand and for
sale at MERRELL k BIGLER'S.
EST Philadelphia Sugar-Cured Hams at tka
e f . t L
new store oi ukaham. duij io-- - w.
LOUR A good article for sala at tha storeof
ijanloj r. tttvv. viearnna.