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CLEARFIELD, MARCH 5, 1862
COREESPOJTDEJTCE OF THE "JOURNAL."
FiiiLirsECKO, Centre connty.Pa., )
Mr. Kow : As it is seldom that anything
appears in your columns of the sayings and
doings of this "Alpine village" of the cloud
capped peaks of the Allegheny's, I conclud
ed I would inform you that the town stjll ex
ists, and is fast throwing off that ancient look
it has so long worn. Some tine brick build
ings Lave been built recently ; and we can
toast of a hotel, built last summer, that is the
'Continental" of this "neck of timber." A
nother one, J understand, is in contemplation
the coming summer, and several dwellings.
In fact, our town is making rapid strides and
will soon be in the land of Rail Koads The
Tyrone an Clearfield Railroad, is fast approach
ing completion to this place, and the ''ma
chine" will soon come snorting down the
Talley of the laurel banked Moshanon, strut
ling the denizens of tho majestic forests from
their silent haunts that they have so long en
joyed wake up the "speckled beauties" that
have long been revelling in the sparkling
waters of Trout lvun.ancl bavo never yet been
Tisitea by "uapt. Jsiirn" or any of his pre
catory minions, and admonish the logman to
"spare that tall pine," who has stood sentinel
for centuries, and never j et failed to give the
countersign to "old Boreas" when demanded
in a gale of a strong 'nor wester. Yes, sir,
the time is fast, coming, when logging will be
among the things that were, whrn our peoplu
will see that they should have built a railroad
ieng ago thereby bringing their money into
the country instead ol "driving" it out. But
people must live and learn ; and the people of
the Moshanon are not an exception to the rule.
Times are dull nothing doing save some
small log jobs but they are a speck, in com
parison with what was going on last winter.
It would have been a fine thing for some of
the logmen if there had been a demand for logs ;
as that would have helped to put down the er
ronlous notions they got into their shallow
pates abort Jetf". Davis & Co. If there had
been contracts for logs, of course our logmen
would have been "in," and they could have
relieved their "dumies" with the green and
blue backed modern Continental. But as there
was no chance for fat contracts, the only way
to get at Uncle Samuel's salamander was to
pnt on his regalia ; which many of them did.
The disciples of Secessia had better surrender
if the Bucktails, company D of the 53d, or
the Mountain Regulars are about (for they will
be as cool as though they were on the "drive"
or eating their baked beans) when the ball
The "Confederate States" have some rep
resentatives here too, as well as in your town.
The recent victories set hard on them. They
have been preaching for some time, that the
war, on the part of the Union, was a failure
that the die was cast at Bull Run and that
the valor of the north had winged its flight at
Ball's Bluff. But I think they bad better bo
emigrating to the other side of the gulf of
Mexico, ere long, if they want to preach such
doctrine. Yours, Leroi.
Isstahtlx Killed. The Athens, (O.) Mcs
senger says, a sad accident occurred, a few
days since, in Trimble township, which resulted
in the death of Joseph McDaniels. He was
examining his gun in which be supposed
there, was no load, and upon blowing into the
muzzle, he placed his foot upon tho hammer
of the gun to raise it, which slipped off, and
there proving to be a load in t'je gun, the
powder exploded and the ball entering his
mouth passed through his brain, killing him
A Glasgow antiquarian recently visited
Cathcer Castle, and asked one of the villagers
"If he knew anything of an old story about
the building J" "Aye," said the rustic,
there was anither auld story, but it fell down
The old fogy National Intelligencer has &
long article in defence of Bright. Washing
ton atmosphere is a bad one to live in. Trea
son is so rampant there, that it comes to be
looked upon veryleniently, if not with favor.
A debtor severoly questioned as to the rea
son of not paying a just debt, replied : "Solo
mon was a very wise man, and Samson a very
strong one, but neither of 'em could pay their
debts without money."
A Vermonter has invented a new and
cheap plan for boarding. One of his boarders
mesmerizes the rest and then eats a hearty
meal the mesmerized -being satisfied from
gong of the bouj, "I'm afloat, I'm afloat."
' Xittitg bj be defined is love pereoarfied.
the Seat of War in the South-West.
TERMS OF THE JOURNAL.
The Raftsman's Journal is published on Wed
nesday at $1,50 per annum in advance. If not
paid at the beginning of the year, 52,00 will be
Advertisements will be inserted at 51,00 per
square of 12 lines for three or less insertions. For
every additional insertion 25 cents will be charg
ed. A deduction will be made to yearly adver
tisers. No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six'months, and no paper will be discontinued un
til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of
the publisher. S. J. ROW.
LIYDE HOUSE, RIDGWAY, PENN'A.
S.J. OSGOOD. PROPRIETOR.
This Hotel is new, and furnished in modern style,
has ample accommodations, and is in all respects
a first class houso. February 6, IStil.
JUST FROM THE EAST.
II I C II A II O MOSSO J?,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, &.C..
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
Re-uil the. following list of goods and profit therehy
TOR THE LADIES.
Always on hand a large stock of La
dies goods such as Coburg Cloth,
Alpacas, Ie Laines, Ginghams,
Prints, Chintz, Kerchiefs, Nu
bies. Bonnets, Gloves, etc.
Ch Ca p
Cheap Always on hand Black, Blue. Brown
Uheup an Mrey .iotns, t ancy ana uiack
Cheap Cashneres. Siittinets, Cas.siticts,
Cheap Tweeds, Plain and Fancy Vest
Cheapl ings. Shirting, etc.. ete. etc.
Such as Coats, Pants, Vests, Under
shirts, and other Flannel shirts, j
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Neck
ties, Gum Boots and Shoes. and
a variety of other articles.
Such as Unbleached and Bleached
Muslins, Colored Muslins, Linen
and cotton tablecloths, Oil cloth,
Linen and hemp towls. car
pets, curtains, fringe, etc
'If you want Nails or spikes, Manure
or other forks, Saw-mill or other
saws, Smoothing irons. Locks,
. Hinges, etc., go to Mossop's
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Knives and forks, Butcher Knives,
Shoe and Stove blacking, Manilla
and hemp ropes, Ink, Paper or
Pens, Powder, Shot or Lead,
etc., buy them at Mossop's.
IF YOU WANT
Shoe Last or Pegs, Palm or Fancy
Soap, Starch, Wull Paper or Win
dow Shades,, Lamps, Lamp tubes
or Wicks, coal oil, etc , go to
Mossop's cheap oa-h store.
Cheap lc X,JU "AiMi
CheapGw extra family Flour, White or
sides, cottee; Imporial, Young
Hyson orblaoK tea, buy them
at Mossop's cheap for cash.
IF YOU WANT
Tallow candles, fine or coarso salt,
eyrup or molasses, cheese, dried
apples or peaches, water or so
do craoKers, call at Mossop;s
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Cheap -Port wino for Medical or Sacramen-
tal uses, Swjet wine, old Monon
gahela or rye whisny, Cherry
and Cognao brandy, buy at
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
Raisens, Figs, Prunes or dried Cur
rants; filberts, cream, pecan or
ground nuts, candies. Liquorice
or Liquorice root, buy them
at Mossop's cheap and good.
IF YOU WANT
To buy any other article cheap, Coods
sure to go to Mossop, for he sell? roods
cheaper for cash than any other Coods
person in Clearfield county.
November 27. 1861. aP2759. K
Approved country produce of every lind taken at
ine nsuai market prices in excliange for goods.
BOGGS TP. FARMS FOR SALE. One
containing 124 acres 85 cleared and under
good fence. A log h ouse 22 by 25, plank house 1 6
by 18, log barn, smithy and all necessary out-buil-dinga
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 larre srrafted tn nH
chard on place, all choice fruit. It is convenient
tor pasturing droves. ALbO, one containing 90 a
cres 10 cleared and under fenoe balance well
timbered. This land has a log house and etable
thereon. For terms apply to
October 13. L. J. CRANS. Clearfield.
WANTED. Good eighteen inch Shingles
in exchange for an excellent Rifle, and a
splendid new .Side-saddle.
Jan. 8, 3862. 3t.
A. M. KILLS. j
OF FALL FASHIONS
NEW CASH STORE OF
H. W. Smith & Co.
The attention of the Ladies is respectfully called
to the following notice. We have iust received
and opened the very latest and most fashionable
NUBIAS, WOOL HOODS,
Zephyr Wool Gauntlets, Berlin Wool
Gloves with ganntlets, Wool Scarfs, Ze
phj'r Wool Shawls, large and small ; heavy
double all wool Shawls, Chenile Shawls, Cloth
Cloaks, and every variety of Zephyr. A superior
article of gauntlet Kid Gloves, gauntlet Lisle
Gloves, gauntlet Buck Gloves, gauntlet Cash
mere gloves, childrens' Cashmere Gloves,
childrens' Lisle gloves, and a good as
sortment of Ladies', Childrens',
and Infants' hosiery. Also
ELEGANT WORKED SETS,
Elejrant worked Collars, clezant worked Skirts
all wool Delaines, Flannels, and a gieat variety of
xress uooas. ah ot wnicn will be sold cheap.
Addenda The Sontags will be opened for sale
in one wceK irom this date.
WALL PAPER AND
WINDOW SHADES. We have just received from
Howell & Brother of Chestnut street, two choice
styles of Taper. Also, window shading, plain and
figured. H. W. SMITH 4 CO.
Clearfield. November 13. If 61.
TUST RECEIVED ATAf
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE. fraCiSS
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
e3. to be had at NAUGLE'ri.
The American Lever of different Qualities, can
he 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 NAUGLE S.
Plain cold Breast pins. Ear drons. Hoon Ea r rins.
tuiiuicji s caruroiSHiiu rings at iALiUljl! S.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at NAUGLE'S.
-u:u j ' V" '
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt studs, fob
oucKies and guard slides at NAUGLE'S.
A fino assortment of cold finjrer rinzs of differ
cnt styles and quality, gold lockets, coral neckla
ces, silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards, and
.11 . . 1 , , - , 1 . . . . . .
mi articles in nis line, on nana at rAL'tii,E S.
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancv and
common Clocks, and Famsy Time-pieces, from 1.25
10 u aouars ai . iNAUGLE S.
um uotu and fcUvcr will be taken in exchange
for goods at NAUGLE'S.
All goods warranted as represented, or the mo
ney refunded, at NAUGLE'S.
If you wish your watches put in good repair
.uu n-iirxameu, tane mem to iNAUULE S.
PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS;
LIQUOR OP VARIOUS KINDS,
Tobacco, Scgars, Ac,
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH,
In the basement of Merrell A Eigler's building by
Feb. 27, 1861-tf. O. B. MERRELL.
JEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS!
JOHN & JERRED F. IRVIN.
The undersigned give notice that on the 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 A 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 tho wants of th e community,
and will sell the same at the lowest cash prices.
Also, a large assortment of Boots, Shoes, Hats
and Caps, of the latest stylos and best quality, all
of which they intend to sell at reasonable rates.
Also, an extensive stock of the most fashionable
READY-MADE CLOTH iNfV
at prices to suit the times. Now is the time to
purchase. Call in an2 examine our atnlr kr.a
you purchase your goods, and we feel confident
that we can supply you with all kinds of goods,
at as low cricea and on as reason ahl a farms o
can procure them elsewhere. Give us a trial-
May 30, I860. JERRED F. IRVIN.
N. B. Persons indebted to the old firm
quested to call aad settle. may 30.
SALT a geed artiole, and very cheap at the
stors cf WM. F. IRWIN, Clearfield.
frrv YOUNG LADIES WANTED, to ex
Ovl amine and reduce the large stock of Dress
Goods, just received at MOSSOP'S.
DR. LITCTI'S 3IEDICIN ES. A fresh sup
ply of these invaluable Family Medicines
are for sale by M. A. Frank, Clearfield, consisting
of Pain Curer; Restorative, a great cure for colds
and cough ; and Auti-Bilious Physic. They have
been thoroughly tested in this community, and
are highly approved. Trt the.
PLASTERING. The subscriber having lo
cated himself in the Borough of Clearfield,
would inform the publicthat he is prepared to do
work in the above line, from ptain to ornamental
of any description, in a workmanlike style. Also
whitewashing and repairing done in a neat man
ner, and on reasonable terms.
April 7. 1858. EDWIN COOPER.
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Flour ! Flour ! "Jlfhlid
and for sale, good family flour, at cash price, by
Jan. 15. 1862. MERRELL A BIGLER.
T iniinrc I A lot of choice Liquors, such
LllLlUlo. as Brandies of various kinds,
Whiskey. Gin, etc., just received and for sale by
Jan. 15. 1862. MERRELL A- BIGLER.
Dried Apples ItSS, SSl?
pies on hand and for sale by
Jan.lC, 1862. MERRELL A BIGLER.
" 1 "Vjl I Just received and opened the
J Otll Vjll I the best article of
BURNING AND LUBRICATING OILS.
Also Benzine, an article that supplants turpentine
in many uses, an wni3n win re soia cneaii icr
1 1 wrulil'll f. DTilI l'l
MERRELL A BIGLER.
-The undersigned have re
cently added a Tery ex
tensive assortment to their former large stocK of
II A R I W ARE,
Which they are prepared to dispose of for cash at
prices to suit the times. Person desirous of buy
ing hardware, should remember that we can sell
cheaper than the cheapest on account of the heavy
stocK we have on hand, and therefore to their ad
vantage to purchase of us. (Jive us a trial.
Jan. 15, 13d2. MERRELL A BIGLER.
Lamps! Lamps!! th"neverr
The undersigned have just received from the east
an extensive and varied assortment of the best
COAL OIL LAMPS,
ever brought into the county, which they offer at
prices, cheaper than tho cheapest. One advant
age in buying from us is. if the burners become
loose we fasten them without charge Now is the
time to buy. We also repair lamps and put new
burners on when desired.
Jan. 15. 18;1. MERRELL A BIGLER.
TOY TiriTl-E- MALONEY&Co,
Would respectfully inform the citizens ot Centre
and Clearfield counties, that have just received
and opened a new and very extensive stocK of
TIN & COPPER-WARE,
SHEE T I It O N-W A II E,
A VARIETY OF STOVES,
and a general assortment ot articles usually kept
in an establishment of the kind, whieh they offer
chap for cash. Approved produce taken inpay
ment atmarKet price. Jiin. 15. !S'i2
iew Goods, New Goods.
J. P. KRATZEE,
Ha-s just received a general assortment of Fall
Delains, cashmers, reps, valenceas. morinos, al
paecas. prints, coburgs. ginghams, ducals. chintz,
silks, muslins, cloths, cassimeres, tweeds, satti
nctts, flannels, drillings, linen, debages, shawls,
cloaks, and dusters.
Over-coats, dress-coats. busincss-coat3. pants, vests,
shaw s, under-shirts, drawers, neckties, fine linen
shirts, Byron collars, choakers. cravats, hats, caps,
fine calf-skin boots, heavy kip boots, shoes.
coffee, tea, molasses, sugar, salt, candles, rice,
spices. Hour, tobacco, syrup, candies, essence of
coffee, pulverized fugar, crackers, starch, soda,
sperm candles, black tea, saleratus.
HARDWARE A QUEENS WAR E. j
V - T , :i i , 1 ,
oaus, spiites, iotks. spaies. snoveis. springs, saws,
planes, axes, augers, smoothing-irons, scissors,
meat cutters, knives and forks, steelyards, pen
knives, white stone tea setts, tureens, dishes, glass
Nubias, hoods, gloves, hosiery, collars, hoop-skirts,
balmoral-skirts. bonnets, ribbons, flowers, plumes,
bonnet frame, ruches, lace, braid binding, zephyr,
yarn, fringe, buttons, trimmings, etc.
Oil cloths, buckets, school books, wall paper, twine
rafting rope, coach varnish, moss, curled hair
coach trimmings, velvet, plush, cotton tape, coal
oil, linseed oil sperm oil, glass, etc.
All of which will be soul on the most reasonable
terms for cash or approved country produce.
Clearfield, Nov. 27. 1S61.
A New Lot of Goods.
mil E UNDERSIGNED having taken the stocK
JL of merchandize of the late firm of Patton.
Hippie A Co., have just added a fresh supply of
comprising Groceries, DrHgs, Quecnsware,
Boots and fchoes, Clothing, Muslins
1 rints, battinets. Flannels, etc.. which
they offer at low prices
FOR CASH OR READY" PAY.
Grain, PorK, Shingles and Boards, taKen in ex
change for goods. We respeotfuliy asic a share
ot patronage. Call and examine our stocK.
Curwensville, Dec. 11. HIPPLE A FAUST.
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i jo. ine accounts ot ration. Hippie a Co.. are
in our hands, and we hereby uotifv persons hav
ing unsettled accounts, to call and settle the same
as we de.irc to have the booKs closed.
December 11, 1861. HIPPLE A FAUST
J MPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! !
A Fact Worth Knowing !
The undersigned informs his old friends and the
public generally that he has just received and o
peucd, at his old stand in Bradford township, a
NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
consisting of Dry Goods, Hardware, Quecnsware
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, fie respectfully
solicits all to give him a call and examine his
stock before purchasing elsewhere, and ho feels
certain that they will buy from him.
jyjj MATTHEW FORCEE.
Bcnner & Barrett,
Respectfully announco to the public that they
nave completed and are now occupying their new
fronting on the Market lot and nearly opposite the
Court House. Cabinet making will be carried on
in the upper story of the same buildinsr. in all its
different branches. All kinds of furniture will
be kept constantly on hand, and sold cheap for
Cash, or exchanged for country produce or lum
ber to Buit the business Their stock will consist of
PARLOR. ROCKING AND ARM CHAIRS,
SPRING SEATS, CAIN BOTTOMS, Ao.
Parlor, Sofa, Centre, Card, Dining, Extension and
Sofas of all Kinds, Varieties and
Bureaus, Sideboards, Book Cases, Wardrobes, Ae.
Bedsteads Jenny Lind. High Tests, Cottage,
French rosta, Ac.
Mattrasses Hair, nairtop, Cotton ton. and Corn
husk, of the best materials.
Looking Glasses of all sorts and sites. Also clas
ses for old frames. Also. What-nots. Wash-stands.
Work-stands; Hat-racks, Ac.
COFFINS madn In nrrn Wt 3
Poplar, Cherry, Maple and Lin wood Lumber
takta iz ezcLargc fir work. Oct. l!l.
NEW STONE WARE MANUFACTr
IN CLEARFIELD. PA TCR
he undersigned takes this method of itJn
the public that b h.. . . A ItSo
facture of Stone-Ware In the Boron-hf r
field, and thst he is now prepared to sarW
who may want them with Milk and Crean- 7
Jugs Jars, Ac., at lower prices, than tueT
bought elsewhere. He solicits a ehare r.f . '
Ke. FP-EDKRTPk- 1 HT7I.-I "
M .J w . ..." " "-i-M
vnarneia, x a., aiay za, Isi9-ly.
TVEW BREWERY. MOB K
XI 1 he subscribers wcul
the lar. ke per a d others that ttu v'L,1
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE T
REMEBY FOR HHLT.tU'
A CERTAIN REMEDY.
SM OF EYKky KIXl, - '
'k UlTTTT! Ifil vtr TSTf UrtP T II
Propylamine " Wn it.
. , mu- One it
l hat 'it haj done, h u-itt L'0 ',,
Doctors reap. Doctors KXiMivj !.,, '
The best testimony. Brst m.j TI;v 11
Doctors inoiv it, Patients U.'uic a T,
iriigM urmiAi, hospital 11m
May 19. IStiO. El en r?.. :ut n
,.- , t '- -itur
lined-to ber bed lor two wetka
iroin a rciapse ior i our more. Mie hsv.
since then till last Saturday; Li! ei-,. ."'
bouse cleaning, she took cold bad paiB in
felt cold, but bad no decided cLili. j"
later ber anWes began to swell w?iH'hw.Jf )''
e l by swelling of the knee joints and of tfct j.,,,
she has dull pain in hertboulders. atJheki a 1
les arc very tender, red and painful: ky'fe h ,
are affected, but the right is the most o. . ' '
men, is a case 01 acute riieuiuati.-m
or 4 it r
fashionably called, rheumatic
fever. - ,
marked typical case
We will carefully w!:hr
case,and from time to time call yoarattmn -,tu
the various symptoms which present th v.
My chief object in bringing her before rcaisiVw
to call your attention to a rerecdv wi.'.h fc. ...
centiy oeon recommend d in the truaiirpr.:,
maiism. I mean propylamine. bt.Avu
St. Petersburg, recommends it u tjeLi -
l. :. .1 . J . L ... - . " ' '
uaving ucrivea great oeneui irom
cases wbiclicame under his care. Vhr'uui
ui'-imaiui j ivjuiLuuiai! reieciin u tavt ar jje.tr
ed in our journals, and I propose giving : ;!"u;ht;r
trial. I must confess 1 am alwajj in.rrui::. u u
to the worth of new remedies. nLi.-h are vauL.e.t
as specifics ; but this comes to us recoiuiucr.dii
highly, that we are bound to give it a triI.
SAME CASE FOUR DAYS I. All: 11 '
Mav 23. 1S60. I wi 1 now exhibit to yon th pa
tient for whom I preshribed Propylamine, iti
who was then laboring under an aach of acuv
rheumatism. She has steadily taken it in lurt
of three grains, every two hours, (intrreit:!n$ a
at night). The day after you saw ber, I four.-U.-r
much more comfortable, better than she ciptoW
to be for a week or more, judging from Ler o:hr
attack. (The patient now walked into 'he r-joc.
The improvement has steadily progreicd nj
you cannot fail to notice a mnrked charge in t! s
appearance of her joints, which are i;ovr L"jriit
theirnatural size Thusfarourexper:m'l,,. u"u
have seemed very successful; but geuMnaca
must wait a little while betorft we can give s de
cided opinion as to what is to be the result.
THREE DAYS LATER!!
Mav 2(5, 1SJ0. This is the case of acute rhLir.i
tism treated with propylamine the firt of th- .-c :j
which I called your attention at our las l e'.i'.i
She is still very comfortable, and i i,oiv tak .l'
three gratns thrice daily.
In this case it has seemed to be followed by verv
satisfactory results. Tho second case to wii it-it
your attention was called at our l?.?t lecture. La
also continued to do well. I will now bring -fore
you a very characteristic oae of nou;: a
matism, and if the result b o satisfactory.
as good jurymen . veshatl jutlymiJtrourf....
in I art i of propyl a mi ue,.
He is aseainan.iet. 2. who was admitted aftw
days ago. Has had occasional rheumatic paicf,
but not so as to keep his bed. until eight da ; a;u.
The pains began in his right knee, sub.-cnueiuir
affected the left knee, and later the joint ..f tu
upper extremities. These joints nre all aw.Ihu.
tense and tender. His tongue is furred ; bis .-K in
at present, dry, though there has been much wrat
iuff. His pulse is full and strong, and aU ut
He has now used propylamine tweuty-four hour-.
This gentlemen is what may be cafied a 'ri-.-:lv
typical case ot acute rheumatism. Th?re ex
posure to cold and wet. and this exposure is fol
lowed by a feeling of colautss. severe v:ic .':r
pain, beginuing. as it ugually loe3. in the Iowt
jonts There is fever and the prot'u- fca;rj
sogenerallyatten Jatit on acute rheumatism.
Idid not bring this patient before you w;th the
intention of giving you a lecture on all the puinu
connected with rheumatism, but to agu in -:v 4
trial to the new remedy we lire tearing, and iu ex
hibit to you this typical case, as I have el:.1! sr.
than which there could not be a fairer opportui::rj
for testing the mcdiciuc in question. W re.
therefore, avoiding the use of ail other tned:.'
even anodynes, that there may be no mNgirin?
as to which was the efficient remedy. You sl. i.i
see the case ia a future clinic.
THE RESULT. A FAVORABLE VERDICT
Jcse 9, ISoO. The next of our canvales-eut '
the case ofjacute rheumatism before you at our clin
ic of May I'Gth, which I then called a iypieal c-e-and
which it was remarked wa?a fairopportuiii:
for testing the worth of our new reineiy. lit.
therefore steadily given in three grain d"-- ev ry
two hours far four days. The patient hagot aiun
very nicely, and is now able to walk about a
see. Ida not hesitate to say that J have never
as severe a ej.se o f acute rheumatism .10 soon tenur
ed to Ittalth as this m.in has been, and urilhvut Is
ing prepared to deride positively as to the ri.'nr 0'
the rrmedy we hare used. I feel bound to st'i'f t'-a!
t n the cases in u-hit h uv have tried the ehfnridt o
Propylamine, the patient t hare gainrd their
much earlier than tinder tin treatment oritirtan')
pursued. I wish, gentlemen, you would your
selves try it, and report the resulia.
For a full report of which the above is a ec
densed extract, see the Philadelphia Mrdtedli' i
Surgical Reporter. It is a report after a fair tr.f
by tho best medical authority ;n thi cour.'ry.
makes it unnecessary tcjgive numerous certiiat-
from astonished doctors and rejoicing pa:ien:.
A Speedv Ccbe. As ErruCTCAt Ci ke. Tee
Same Resclt ix evekv Case, Whenever Taitr
Wheuever 1'RiF.n. What it has done,
It Will Do Auain.
Bulloc- A Crenshaw a firm well -fnown tom.;
medical men, by whom the Elixir Propyl"";"
has been introduced, have sold to us the eieiusir
right to manufacture it according to the ori)"-'
recipe, aud wo have made arrangements f
magnitude as to enable ns to scatter it Lroio2?t
amongst suffering humanity.
A WORD TO DOCTORS
If you prefer to use the same remedy in soi!"!
form, we invite your attention to the Pcp.r. Cpt
talized Propylamine, Pike Pboptlamme Utt-i'j
Pure Propylamine IM.sckvtkated, Pipe l-jbiiz
Prop vl am is e, of which we are the ole icanafas
EiT"We claim no other virtue or the E:'
Propylamine than is contained in Pare CryiU
ized Chloride of Propylamine.
The Elixir is more convenient, a.nd alw"
READ V FOR IMMEDIATE C9E, AND MAT it t"'
ACCORDING TO MP.ECTIONS, Br AST ONE, Br
EVERT ONE, WHO HAS RHECHATlSM OF ANVX1-
SOLD AT 75 CTS. A BOTTLE.
Orders may be addressed io propyl'""?'1'"'
ufacturing Co., Office. Room No. 4. i."--"
Fourth and Chestnut Sts., Fhilsdolpbia.
Or toeither of the following noiesaie
Bullock A Crenshaw ; French. KicnardJ
John M. Mris A Co., Geo. D. V etaereii y-
Peter T. Wright A Co .. Zetgler A fctnita. 1
lis Perot A Co., Philadelphia. (Dec. 4. l--
FLOUR. A lot of jfood floor on tta J ni ?-.
-a! a t .M fi P. P. Jf L L 2 1 01 "
Clearfield, and that they are now prepaid t f
nih Brer on the most accommodating te-nn V'
have employed an experienced Piewer f- n
east, and they feel confident that thev can i..r '"'
a superior article of beer. Give them a tr " "
judge for yourselves.
June 20. nO ClIARLES II APT l co