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CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH, 19, 1862.
Time of Car leaving Tyrone Station.
T..)t:.. o 17 P. M. I Mail Train, 11.55 A
GOING WEST. '
Eipress, 8.40 A. M. 1 Mail train, 5-40 P. M
Arbf-STED. We learn that a man Darned Ad
am Keith was arrested at Cberry-Tree, several
waekg since, on a charge of lifting and break
ing open letters belonging to other persons.
He i3 cow In Pittsburg jiil awaiting trial.
We hit received the "Bulletin of the 8Uh
Regiment Pa. Vol.," which was issued by the
printers of the regiment, whilst in Martins
burg. Persons wishing to write to the soldiers
are requested to direct, S4tb Penn'a ol.,
care of Col.TVra. G. .Murray, Afartinsburg, ir
ginia, Via Hagjtojvn
Promoted. Lieut. W. Ross Hartshorn, of
company K, ha been promoted to the position
of Adjutant of the 1st Rifle regiment. Lieut.
Hartshorn ha for some time past been attach
ed totbe "Signal Corps of Observation," and
will bo gladly welcomed back to the '.'Bucktall
Regiment," by his numerous friends.
Ratting. The latter part ol last week, the
weather was quite mild, and "rafting in" was
commenced, and is still progressing, notwith
standing the weather has been quite cool dur
ing the past two days. Quito a uuruber of rafts
started down the stream on Monday and Tues
day ; bat, as the waters have fell considerable,
it is not likely that many more will get oft'du-
log the week, unless- it should rain.
Pat Up. The late County Treasurer, G. B.
Goodlander, would respectfully call the atten
tion of twenty two Merchants- in Clearfield
county, to the fact that they have thus far
failed to pay him their License for 1861, and
that he was compelled last November to pay
the full amount of such License to the State
Treasurer, or loose all bis fees. All who fail
to pay their License at March Court may ex
pect to be notified in some other way. 2t.
C0BHE3F0NDSNCE Or THE 'JOURNAL."
Ci'MBErland,MJ., March 12, 1862.
Editor Raftsman's Jocknal -.Dear Sir : I
fee in your last issue a card of the Indies of
Clearfield, inviting contributions for a box of
supplies fur the benefit of the sick of the 81th
Regiment Pa. Vol., now in hospital hero. 1
nut well assured from the names of the ladies
appended to the card, that it will be forthcom
ing, and that the contents will bo equally well
chosen and valuable. I have lor the last two
months or more, been (".otailed on diity by my
Colonel, to see to the wants and comfort cf the
nick, more particularly of our own Regiment.
Cumberland, I may siy, has been a general
hospital house for the reception of the late
Gen. Lander's division. The kind and char
acter of the military service to which the roost
ct this division oj 20,C00 men were subject,
wxs followed with its inevitable consequences.
The Genernl himself fell a victim, and many
of Lis command shared his fate and many
wi!l follow yet.
Three weeks ago there were in seventeen
hospital accommodations in Cumberland, such
its court house, academy, halls, saloons, en-
pine bouses, commission warehouses, lecture
r' cnis, and vacated hotels, ssventeen hundied
ii more sick. An additional hospital was fit-
t.-i up for the accummodatlt.n of two hundred
aiid thirty more, in a spaeirus hotel building
i.ear Frostburg, some six r stvtn miles from
r.ere. ill ah iiiese receitaclus, disease was
doing its fell work. Pneumonia, catarrt.,
i:h-.i1is, typhoid and inflnmruatory fevers,
il:t tinr'.t:sM. diarrhoea and dysentary, were
trr-tkirijr down the strong and infirm alike.
N.tit!ifandiiig the skill and industry of the
corj.). of medic tl men in attendance for In
;. 'Union to the town physicians, the Medical
Arii.v Director, called to his aid physicians
from t:io udjicnt towns, f and even from
txe'.i: and Cincinnati and other far off
I'lscrs tf-e men perished eight, nine and ten
'iiv, still thev were sending up from the
r.i.iip. Every forced aud night ni-irch, at the
j i;,t.:t;r.;;i order, and often under the daring
iej.I r tl; Gem-rat himself, despite all weath
r, ail wind?, sent its sufferers hither. Men
o! iri-n ncivu ami lirazerrmnscla might h'
uiihstood, 1 tit ordinary flesh and flrre, even
the Uo'A 1 1 o:ir hirdy backwoodsmen it crip
p.e,. and luid upon their backs. Many a strong
Bio ivy nun I luvo seen broken down and
he!pU-s and fc-eblo as a child others wild and
raving in the delirium of fever, or trembling
a.J quivering in Typhoid the cough, so dis
trestdng ar.d exhausting, of pneumonia but
t wan not thu degree or extremity of one suf-ftrJi-g,
cr of many ; these sights and sounds
n;et jU at every turn out ot one hospital in
t" another the suffering was there, and perhaps
of a worse type.
L:int week owing to the march of the divis
ion down to Martins!. urg, and the new allot
"innt of Cumberland, as a locality, to General
Kesoncranz's command, the influx of the sick
has been arrested. There are now about 1400
cases in the towu hospitals, and npwards of
20 in Frot.tbr.rg wards. I visited two dying
man to-day. Every second day I gy to the
dead-house, where the corpses are tall out
and coftined, ready for bin-rial. There I find
constantly Irom six to eight or ten dead. I
invariably attend to the burial of the dead of
"crown Regiment, but not only of them, for
I take my turn with the seven or eight other
chaplains, in following the ambulance of de
ptrted Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan and
Hrgiuia soldiers a prayer, a brief bnrial
"irvice, three vollies discharged from tho mns
k;ta of tho 12 or 18 men always detailed to
ro.trch to the grave.
Should spring be early and mild tfery many
f the sick will recover." A new Medical Di
rector ordered here, has Inaugurated a better
snitary regimen and there is now an efficient,
'We corps of post and ward surgeons. The
"ck of medicines is enlarged and improved,
'""I !l the details of ward masters and nurses,
"Ie and female, ventilation and scrubbing
"I sweeping are ridgrdly enforced. Many
aji crange and apple or bit of candy I have
'Hied into the hand or under tho pillow ol a
poor sufferer. Yours, Alex. M'Leod.
Wjishixcton, D. C, March 12, 1862.
riAR Journal : The long looked for for
movement has been made, and Manassas
ours without striking a blow, or seeing an
tnercjthat place that seemed to be a terror
'he commander of an nriny of two hundred
aoos-jfid men. Sunday night the army on
"to side of tho Potomac began to move, and
Monday nig'jt the advance bivouacked In the
eserted entrenchments at Manassas. Persons
lrct from thero state, that the rebels com
eneed leaving on Friday previous, and that
0 '-t had left only a few hours before our
j,0.0 oteied. The place presented a scene
the utmost desolation a mass of charred
blackened tnins. At Centrcvitle. they
3&t !:rfe?t thir piani cf destruction, as a I
4y- AvcuT fowrhC0P L rPZDEflfCX ciTvAy , s
ViARREMTOM has' a7 Ml ft ) . J g
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great amount of clothing and other stores fell
into our hands, and hnts sufficient to shelter
one hundred thousand men, und several thou
sand horses. Liter reports state, that the re
bels could not have had more than 50,000 men
at Manassas and Centreville for tho last two or
three weeks; and that nearly all the guni
mounted at Centreillw were of the same kind
of thos at Munson's liill wooden blocks paint
ed to resemble cannon. Thbre are about 15C0
dead horses at Centrevillo on account of the
scarcity of forage so the place is untenable.
If all these statements are .correct, and there
appears to be but little doubt of it, there will
bo considerable censure resting somewhere,
for keeping an army lying Idle here and per
mitting the rebel army to escape to the cotton
States (for it is not probable that they can
make much of a stand in Virginia) where sick
ness in summer is likely to do more lor their
cause than they have been able to accomplish
with all their Generals and army. Be this as
it may at all events a committee are going to
Manassas to investigate the circumstances.
It is also said, that Monday was the last day
Gen. McCIellan had given him to make an ad
vance ; and, if he had not, President Lincoln,
by virtue of his office as Commander-in-chief,
would have oidered an advance himself.
It will be difficult to make much futher ad
vance overland, on account of all the bridges
and railroads having been -torn tip by the reb
els hence a difficulty of forwarding supplies
after the army. It is probable that a part of
the army will be sent by vessels southward,
instead of marching overland.
Some of the cavalry regiments that were
not mounted have been taken to occupy tho
fortifications us artillery, bo that the infantry
who occupied them can be brought into more
active service. There are still quite a number
of troops on this side of the Potomac.
Mr. Lincoln Is very popular In the army, a
rnong alt former parties. Men who operated
against his election, would now use as much
effort In his favor, If he were a candidate tor
re-election. Yours, Union.
Camp Chase, Paw-Paw, Va (
March 4, 1862. J
.FbiendRow As we have been troubled of
late with quite a number of offensive letters
from Luther-sburg and vicinity .disparaging the
present administration and insulting Union
soldiers in this place by sneeringly referring
to their hardships, and as it would consume
quite too much time to answer them in detail,
permit me to say through your paper to those
Secesh sympathisers, that we have not regret
ted the step we have taken, but are as much
attached to the government as ever we were,
and have full confidence Id the present Ad-I
One of these fellows says "you now see what
your Jtepuoiican anminisiruon uas orougm
you to," and then adds, "d-n such an admin
istration." We don i presume to noia a man
accountable for his ignorance, but would just
say to Mr. II., that that is not the feeling of
the soldiers in this part of tho army; but we
do bitterly curse the Administration that could
and did not nnell this rebellion In tbo bud.
A word to the wise is sufficient.'
Further, I would advise thoso would be
friends that they had better ie a little careful
how they iasult Union soldiers by such con
temptible letters, for (by the way) some of us
intend visiting that place after Secession ism
Is buried. Please take the hint from these re
marks and let your letters have the shade of
loyalty hereafter, and be careful not to rni
take the signature. W. R. A.
Below we publish several extracts from
private letter which, no doubt, will be read with
interest. We omit the greater portion of the
letter, for th i reason that it has lost its inter
est by the forward movement of tho army :
Camp Rocssac Ky., Feb. 15, 1862.
Friend Nannil : I embrace this my earli
est opportni ity to reply to your very welcome
letter. I know of no better way of apologiz
ing for my delay than by giving a brief histo
ry o! what has been transpiring in this part of
"Kane an' turkey." . . . We remained at Camp
Llorabnght hve days. It was a very pleasant
place ond we enjoyed ourselves 'amazingly.'
Most of the water used by the brigade was ob
tained from the Dripping Cave," one of the
numerous caverns for which this country is re
markable. I examined tt as far as I could
penetrate tor water. I also visited the "Hun
dred Dome Cave." I was highly delighted
with it. Tbe first room of this cave is fitted
up for a ball room. 'It is floored and has ta
bles, closets, and staging tor the band, and alt
complete. 1 did not admire this room as much
as those in which Nature was the only archi
tect. The long avenues, the spacious rooms,
the deep chasms, the high domes, the huge
columns, the formations which encrust tbe
rocks, the myriads of dormant bats which hang
in ponderous (and almost numberless) bevies
from the ceiling, all presented to me a now
and interesting seene. We had no guide, and
no light only that which our parraffine candles
produced. We clambered down ladders and
stairways, across bridges and around ledges,
sometimes walking and sometimes crawling.
We couid not see thu bottom of many of the
chasms by the dim light of our candles, nei
ther could we see the ceiling of some of the
highset domes. We continued our explora
tions until our curiosity was entirely satisfied,
and then returned to camp with a number of
specimens of quartz, gypsum, lime formations,
petrifactions, eto., eto.
I forgot to state that we had a torch-light
procession and a general jollification upon the
reception of the news from Fort Henry. It Is
a novel sight to see a whole regiment march
ing with torches on a dark night, zigzaging
from point to point. We paid our respects to
the General, and then proceeded to the camps
of the regiments of our brigade. We left camp
Ilarabright on Sunday last. It was a'Iove of
a day," very warm, calm and pleasant. We
had a good road all tbe way and passed through
some delightful country. Time were many
fine residences aud nice farms. . .
Your friend, N.J.
Gen. M'Clellan. Tbe President has final
ly ordered Gen. M'Clellan to take tbo field.
He has a mighty army, in splendid condition,
under his command, lie is relieved of every
other duty, and tbe nation has a right to ex
pect that he will soon perform something wor
thy of the army he commands.
Right in one thing becomes a preliminary
towards right in everything ; the transition is
not distant from the feeling that tells that we
should do barm to no man, to that wbicb tell
us to do good to all men. .
YRONE CITY. II O T E L,
TYRONE, BLAIR COUNTY, PA.
A. P. OWENS, Proprietor.
Ato OvsTfE"! Wholesale and Retail.'- fdecl?
TATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, CLEAR-.
FIELD COUNTY, SS : I. James Wrizley.
Clerk of the Orphan's Court of said
( SKAirJA CouDty of Clearfield, do certify, thatat
v7"0"vix an Orphan's Court, held at Clearfield
on the loth day of January, A. D. 1802. before the
Honorable the Judges of said court, on motion a
ruie was granted upon Abner Rider, Susannah
Botts, Elizabeth McMullen. Peter Rider. Amelia
St. Clair, Susannah Huff, William C. Hider, Rob
ert McCormick, guardian of Andrew Kider, Sophia
Alulholland, John W. Rider, Sarah Rider, and
Joab Rider, heirs and representatives of John Pe
ter Rider, deceased, citing them, and each of them,
to be and appear before the Judges of said court,
at an Orphan's court, to be held at Clearfield, on
the third Monday of March, A. 1). 1SG2. then and
there to accept, or refuse to take, the real estate
of the said John Peter Rider, deceased, at the ap
praised valuation put upon it by Inqnest, was
granted and allowed to issue out of the said court,
and it having been shown to the said court that
some of the aforesaid heirs and persons interested
were non-residents of the county and State. It
was further ordered and directed that notice be
given the said heirs and persons interested, who
are non-residents, by publication oFtbe aforesaid
rule for tbe space of three successive weeks in the
"Raftsmans Journal," published in the Borough
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand, and affixed the seal of said court, at Clear
field, this third day of February, A. D. 1862.
Maroh 5. I8G2. JAMES WR1GLEY,
Clerk of Orphan's C.
LICENSK NOTICE. The following namod
persons have filed in the office of the Clerk of
the Court of Quarter Sessions of Clearfield county.
their Petitions for Lioense at the March Session
next, agreeably to the act of Assembly of March
28th, 1856, entitled "An Aot to reeulate the sale
01 lntuxioating Liquors, io
uenj n. snyaer, lavcrn,
Leopold Broenel, Tavern,
- Deoatur township.
Beoo ari atow n sh i p .
Girard township. "
Henry Post, Tavern,
John Sheeser, Tavern,
Eli Fy, Tavern,
Edward Albert, Tavern,
Andrew Cross. Tavern,
Margaret Lanich, Tavern,
David Johnson, Tavern.
Isaac Bloom, Tavern,
Wm. Mason, Tavern,
Geo. Albert, Tavern,
R. W. Moore, Tavern,
Henry Goodlander, Tavern,
Adam Knarr, Tavern,
Valentine Hoffman, Tavern,
David Smith, Tavern,
R. J. Ilay'nes, ' Tavern,
John Suifridgo, ., Tavern,
Wm. Woodward, Tavern,
A. L. Ogdcn, ": Tavern,
W. W. Anderson, Tavern,
Jacob Mock, Tavern,
Wm. Reed, Tavern,
James Haines, Tavern,
Aaron JIartman, Tavern,
George Richards, Tavern,
Wm. W. Worrell, Tavern.
Panl. M. Weaver, Tavern,
Nanoy Bloom, Tavern,
James Haines, Tavern,
John Jordan, Tavrn,
Henry Evans, : Tavern,
rranois KoussiMot, Tavern.
. Johntv Kadebaoh, lavern.
John Robson, Mercantile, Beccaria tp.
Claudius Barmoy, Mercantile, Covington town'p.
Riokard Moesop. Mercantile, Clearfield Boro.
, . JOHN L CUTTLE, Clerk.
Clearfield, February, 26, 1862. . ' -
NOTICE. A large square pine timber stick,
marxed J. P., was caught during the Jannary
flood, and tied up on tbe premises of the under
signed. Tbe owner can have the same, by calling
and paying charges before taking it away other
wide it will be sold. V : J B. HEIEY.
All persons are hernbv cautioc-
againsf purchasing or meddliusr with a
certain Brown Mare, nivr in possession of Jona
than Mays, as th same belongs to me and is sub
ject to my orders. PETER SUMMERS.
Ansonville February 2V 18G2-3 tp.
TVOTICE. The undersigned, now located in
ll Curwensville, this county, gives notice that
he intends to remove to Clearfield on the 1st of
April next. All persons having watches, clocks.
to., in mj shop for rapairs, will please call and
get the same on or before that dato.
S. II. LAUCHLIN",
March 5. 13G2-3t-p. Watchmaker.
CAUTION. All persons ore hereby cantion
ed against purchasing or meddling with the
following property, now in possession of John
Waggoner, to wit : 1 bricdle cow. 1 black cow, 1
red cow, l nay mare, 14 sheep. 3 beilzer cft'Vea. I
wagon, I plow, 1 corn plow, 1 barrow, 1 windmill,
1 timber slid, 10 acres of grain in the ground- 2
oxen, and 1 stack of hay. as the same have been
purohased by us at Sheriff's sale, and have only
been loft with said Waggoner on lo.m and are sub
jebt to our order. HIPI'LE A FAUST.
Maroh 6. 1862.
ATTENTION, DEE KEEPERS. R. Ad
am t Co., having purchased the Right of
Clearfield Co . for "J. S. Harbison s Patent Im
proved movable comb Bee Hive." would respect
fully direct the attontion of Bee keepers to the
many advantages it possesses over any other Hive
out. Wi'h this Hive you can have complete con
trol over your Bees can at any time remove your
surplus honey without killing Bees can masa
artificial swarms when desired pan proventyour
Bees from being destroyed by moth and other
advantages it possesses which will recommended
it to all interested in Bee keeping For Hives.
Individual or Township Rights, address.
R. ADAMS t CO.. .
Feb, 19. M2. Cooksport. Indiana co., Pa.
RPI1ANS COURT SALE. Under an or
der of the Orphans' Court of Lancaster and
Clearfield counties. Pennsylvania, there will be
exposed to public sale, at the Court House, in
Clearfield, on JlTondni the 7th day of March
1832, all of the following described Real Estate
situated in Jordan township, Clearfield county,
Pa., late tbe property of Isaac Pusey, dee'd :
One pieoo, being that part called 'Greenland,'"
warranted to Richard Peters, beginning it a white
oak, down, corner of the tract, thence South 41
degrees East 141 perches to post, thence by pur
part A South SO degrees West 188 perches to post
on ttact line, thence by said line. North 40 de
grees West 141 percbag to pine on line of J. R.
Howell, thence by said J. R. Howell North 50 de
grees East 174 perohes to beginning, containing
150 acres and 81 perches.
The other pieoo, being part of traot called "Rich
Grove '' surveyed on warrant to John Dunwoody,
beginning at post corner of William Hunt-er sur
vey and this tract, thence South 40 degrees East
3H8 perches to post, thence South 60 degrees
West 95 aud five-tenth perches to traot line, thence
by purpart D North 40 degrees We6t 333 perches
to post on tract line, thenoe by traot line North
50 East 95 and five-tenth perohes to post and be-
f inning, containing 190 acres, and 48 perohes.
he said two tracts being purpart C as described
and allotted in the parrition of the Pusey Lands,
as made in tbe Court of Common Pleas of Clear
These Lots of Lard' are heavily timbered with
a fine growth of White Pine Timber quite a
quantity of Spars, and tho whole being within
two miles of Clearfield Creek, is a desirable prop
erty for logging operations Title is indisputable.
TERMS OF SALE. One-fifth cash at striking
down the Property; ons-fifth at confirmation of
the sale . and the balanoe in three equal annual
payments from date of sale, with interest, to be
seoured by bond and mortgage upon tbe premis-
with a elause restricting taxing off timber ex
cept In proportion to payments made. By order
cf the Court. CEAEXES J. PUREY, Ass'r
Ftrniirv . '
TIT M. M'CULLOUGII, Attorney atLsw, Clear-
. field. Pa. Office, with L. J Crans. Esq,
on Second Street. July 3, 1861.
CLEARTIELD HOUSE, CLEAEFIELD,
PA. The subscriber having purchased the
furniture and interest from K. 11. Morrow, in sail
House, is now prepared for the reception of trau
sient and permanent boarders. - Every depart
ment connected with Lis estab'iphmet.t will b
conducted second to none in the coucty. . H re
pectfullv solicits a share of pubhc patrous.se.
July 11, lStiO.-y. i.LO. N. COLECKN
BLACKSMITH WAN TPS AT GRAHAM
TON. One who can cciae well r-aos3jendi
for industry and sjbViety N.jr.e c:hr r.eed ap
ply. A good shop with "three f.-s ar.d three set
of smith's tools (if desire j. Rni a heuse. garden
and stable will all be -tweed Lr oca vear from
the 1st of April next, and far a linger time if sat
isfaction is rendered to co Homers and to mvsif
Address. JA.-'. B. GRAHAM.
CnUKCIl INCORPORATION -All ner
sons interested aro herrbv r.otiSe-1 thin anap
plication for a charter of Incorporation hss ben
made, by the Goshen Mehol:st Ki.:sjol.h! o'aarch.
to the court of Common l'leas of Clearfield count,
in accordance with the provisions i f tiie Act of As
sembly; nnd un!es3 cause is slown for its refusal,
thesamo will be"grautcd at tho next term of sari
court. By older cf the court.
JOHN L CUTTLE.
January 29. 1CC2. I'rothon.-t&ry
JJANKINU AND COLLECTION OFFICE
LEONARD, FINNEY & CO.,
CLEARFIELD, CLEARFIEI.H COUNTY. PA
Bills of Exchange. Notes and PrafuTiJocctd
Deposits received. Collections ins le. and proceeds
promptly remitted. Exchange- on th Ci'ties con
stantly on hand. Oflioe, on fecund street, in thr
room lately occupied by V. A. Wallace, tsd.
JAvtr.s T. lkosaro. : : ::::.:: u. fissky
wm a. WALLACE. a t ri.vt
PROVISION AND GROCERY STOKE.
TLe undersigned ket pj cemsu&L,U ou hand
at his storo room in Phil-lpst ui, CViilreysonuty, a
fnll stock of flour, Hams, !.oii!icr3 ide. Ooi
foe,Tea, lugar. Rice, Mo'a ! . . c A!?o, Li
quors of all kind. Tobacoo. Scgars. fr.uff". Ac ; ail
of which he cfi'c-rs to purohs3erj on the most ad
vantageous terms iJive him a e.iil. nnd trv h:i
articles. uiar211 KuiiERT I.LOV D.
CHURNS t CHURNS ! ! uy pcii a de
sirous of purchasing th right of ClearStd.l
county, or township riht". to tr.aiiiifa'Mure IJuck a
Patent churn twenty st of caprins for the s:ti:;
to be given in with the county right can obtain
the requisite information L-v aj.oiviii? ti
J ACOii JRU IN',
Murch 5, ISC2. C"arfii-iJ. P-i
N. P. One of the cLun.s can be rsu I y i-uiliii
at the Jovknal office.
KOf.LOCK'S DANDKLION C'OFFLK. -This
preparation, made t run the best Javu
Coffee, is recommended by rhj.'icians us a supe
rior nutritious beverage for General Debility.
Dyspepsia and all billious disorders. Thousands
who have been compelled to abandon tbe usts of
coffee will use this without ii;juriin effects. (is:
can contains the strength of t-.vu j'cuu J? of oiiliii
ary coffee. Price " cents.
Kollock's Levain. The pnr-t and ietbskic
powder known for mitkitip lipbt.swpet and nu
tritious tread and cakes. Pri-. 13 clU.
Manufactured by 21. 11. K"'!.T.O('K, Chetuis?.
corner of Broad and Chestnut j?:s. FiuFa aud aai i
by all Druggists and Groc-rs. Y.t b 2. l.v',jy.
FAUN FOR SAI.n.-The fallowing described
farm, situated in Decatur township Clearfield
Co., Pa. two mi It-sand n halfwit of I'fcilipsburg.
ontheGlen Hope road, containing one hu.-idrrd
and twrnty-one acre aud allowance, i here are
about eighty-five acres cleared and undtr a gfod
state of cultivation ; with-a largo, w.-il Stashed,
frame bank barn, a couifoitaLle hewej K.T Louse,
and a well finished frsmo dwelling Lousy ai.-i
other ont buildings eroctei therwr , rver faiMs,t
springs of water at the buildings, nr.d a :are ani
well selected assortment of b-ftrir! fruit treeg
The wood land bt iug well timbered and undt r
laid with a four at 1 a half foot vein of stone coal.
The above farm a'Tords r;.re iuJiiiftiCBa t j pur
chasers For further information ei.ijuire of
11. D. i?fKWAl.li;U. Piiilri.-sb-.-r.-'.
0.:i. 23, lSei.-. Cf.-.:.-. C;. W.
yULCANITE BASK FOR
Attention i3 especially called to this aiticie, ai a
substitute for gold iu inserting teth. Masy par
sons who have tr rd all kinds tfnietulic bases pre
fer this, and in those c;scs whrre it 3 apt.iica .Si.
it wi!) in a great measure, becorne a sr.biMt-i'.e fVr
gold. Biiver or platina. Its chif fidTintages are,
cheapness, lightness and perfect adoptron to th
mouth ; it having a soft fleshy feel to the. parts tf
the mouth with which it soraej in ojntait.
- A. JM. Hills is prepare! to put up aln ou the
Vulcanite Laso. with Joodysar''Pttt-tt 'Jum
whioh is the ou y reliable pret.-er&tluu, cd can
only be baa through their ret'iiir bt.'.s.
Dr. Hills will always bo founl in hi oH:2-?.cc
Friday and Saturday, unless notice acnoars th
contrary, in the town papers the previous week
TLe subscriber hns opened a fa'l uc.i of i-.-plete
assortment of D H 1' (j S in t'je new brick
building which he recently orocted on the Corner
of Locust aud Cherry streets, in tho I'urouh o:'
Clearfit-ld. where he wi!l at all times be happy t
accommodate any pt-rsonwhomay dere urti;le in
his 1 ine. TLe business w' 11 be eor;S i,ed t-.'.t i; y to ft
D.KU'3 AND PI-INSCRIPTION LUSlNJI-i.?. .
and no pain? xvi'l be sp.-red to rei.-ler satisfaction
Dr. Wood3, may always bo foand Hid couju'.tod
in the '-Drugstore." when net ab-er.t on profes
sional business. A separate room for consul ta
tion is attached tt tbe-tore, wiiero pi-ien-.i ir. ?
be examined private! v.
L'very arti-jle uhuniiy found in such ts estab
lishment will be kept on hand, an 1 sold j-t greatly
reduced prices. Trms bi-iw strict 'i Vai.'t will en
ablo them to offer inducem-.nti in tho way of priits
Physicians will bo supplied at a :tna!l percent
age over cost and carriage. Their orders are aoiici
ted. Every article sold will be pure and of th
best quality. M.WOODS.
Clearfield. Pa., February IS. ISftl-tf.
Desires to inform his old friends and customers
that, having enlarged his shop and increased hi
facilities for manufacturing, ho is now prepared
to make to order sut-h furniture a? may be tjejir
ed, in good style and at cheap rste for cah. He
mostly has on hand at bis -Fui r:ture Rooms "
a varied assortment of furniture, among wbiih is.
BUREAUS AND .SIDCBOAHD3.
Wardrobes and Dock-esses; Centra. Soft, Par!er,
Breakfast and Dining extortion Tables.
Common, French-posts. Ccttage, Jcn'-ny-Liind
and othsr Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ac.
Spring-seat, Cain-bottora" and Parlor Chairs ;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hufld. and new glasses for
old frames, which will be put in on very
reasonable terms, oc short notice. :
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes lo order, Hair.
. Corn-husk, Hair and Cotton top -Mattresses -
COFFINS, OF EVERY RIND.
Mado to order, and funeral attended with a .
Hearse, whenever desirabla
Also, House painting done to ordr. .
The above, and many other article are furcishei
to customers eheap for cash or xshacged fr ap-
L roved country produce. Cherry. iUpi. Poplar,
in-wood and other Lumber suitable lor the bit!-:
nese, taken ia eichacje far furcltor.
Reasember the shop fs ca MarKtt streti. Cle:-
5?ld, and nearly oorrrfts tjta -Old Jew Siora