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CLEARFIELD, MARCH 26, 1862.
Gem. Popk'i Adtakce. The march of Geo.
Fops from Commerce to New Madrid was one
of the moat difficult moremeota ot the present
war. For a fortnight paat hear? slege-gnna
bar been abipped from Mound City by boat
to Commerce, which bare been dragged over
land from tbat point to Gen. Pope's position
In the rear of and near New Madrid. The
ronda are, just now, as all roada are in Spring,
deep and heavy In this part or the country be
yond eonoeption. From six to twelre horses
bare been required tor each piece, and with
thia force tbe progresi has been alow, tho
sticking In mud-boles and sloughs innumera
ble. Added to these difficulties, was tbe bos
tiliry of tbe half-barbarous butternut natlres,
indigenous to the swamps of Southeastern Mis
souri. The entire march of Gen. Fepe from
Commerce to bis present position, is one un
paralleled for its difficulties and hardships.
Many days, when marching from daylight nntii
late at night, tbe column . would not adrance
more than fire miles, and eren then tho wag
ons, unable to keep up would be scattered
orer tbe entire distance, stuck singly or by
dozens in the depths of Missouri mud. Nev
er did a route present obstacles seemingly ao
insurmountable, and nerer were obstacles
more determinedly met and wore persistently
orercomee. An ocean of mud lay every
where, which, without reference to gravity,
bad flowed into rallaya, up the bill-sides, orer
their summits-mud fathom leas an4 unyielding.
Tbe men waded through it, ate in it, slept in
it, were surrounded by It, as St. Helena is by
tbe ocean. .
RcriNEXcirTS iw Rebel CauEttr. The sla
very insurrection has completely turned the
heads, as well as tbe heart's, of the traitors in
Missouri. Neither vtbo tics of religion, hu
manity, patriotism, or neighborhood bare kept
their wonted bold. This lunacy has of late
taken a rery atrango and cruel shape. Tbe
Union men are being honied out by these
lawless dare-devils, like wild beasts or nexious
reptiles. A remarkable instance ef this spe
cies of diabolism is related by a worthy gen
tleman at headquarters. It appears that the
loyal people of Lexington have been briishe
from their homes for some weeks. One f the
Home Guards, a German, Fettes by name,
rentured to rerisit his home In Lexington,
since the proximity of General Prentice. A.
party of rebels discovered him In a bouse saw
der a bluff, and seized him. They did cot
awear him, as some of good-natured folks may
imagine, but aa tbe river was conrieirt!y
near, they tied a rock to his neck with a rope,
and threw him Into tbe river. Tbe peer mar
tyr, struggling for his life, managed to swim
ashore, when these chivalrous sons of Mars
threw him orer again, and again he regained
hia foothold, a third tune they cast bioa dnto
tbe atream, and then left him ferdead. Fet
tea, however, managed to carry tbe rock until
he got into shoal water, and after waiting un
til hia captors had gone, he made kis escape.
The Loss at Fort Donelsok. A corre
spondent of the Chicago Tribune gires the
following statement of the losses at Fort Oon
There nerer baa been a more aererely con
tested fight with such fatal loss on the Ameri
can soil. Lteat. Col. White, Lieut. Col.
Smith, Lieut. Col. Erwin, Adjutant Kirkpat
rlck, and aooe twelre others of the commis
sioned officer were killed.
Col. Logan, Lieut. Col. Ranson, Adjutant
Caphart, and at least seventeen other com
laieeioned officers were wounded on the right
The loss of Gen. McCIernand's Division was
'Rilled 803, wounded 1.054, missing 150 total
J ,607. The loss of the 2d division, Col. W.U
JL. Wallace commanding, which did the fight
ing in the most hotly contested part of the
field was, killed 122, wounded 462, missing
i Uo total o
Tbe heaviest loss to any one regiment was
tbe 11th Illinois, which went into tbe fight
witn iiw men ana officers, and come out with
wU. Two companies in this regiment, com
pany K, Capt. Carter of La Salle, went into
action with 62 men and came out with 9 ; com
pany EI, Capt. Coatea of Peru, went in with
SI men and came out with 10. Thia will give.
an idea of the bard fighting and tbe terrible
A Fearless Dctchman. After the battle of
Mill Spring, our aoldiers entered tho rebel
4'ortificatisns, and one of the first discovered a
barrel wbicb proved to contain apple brandr
Fulling out tbe corncob from tbe bungbole,
he turned it up and filled a canteen. While
-doing this one of Bob McCook'a skirmishers
came in, and aaja :
" Vot yon gets there ?
Tbe aoldier replied tbat it appeared to be
?reuy lair apple brandr, upon which the
Dutchman ran to tbe deor, calling out to bis
companions, furiously t
"Hans 1 Ilenrich 1 aebnaps ! see, come a
rous I.' upon wbicb a dozen Dutchmen came
in, and tbe brandy which was not spilled np
n tbe ground, was soon transferred to their
"Dots," said the aoldier. "roa had belter
lookout; this Is a doctor's shop, there might
uo airyonoiae to tbat brandy."
They paused a moment to look at each other
when one of them exclaimed t
"Py Got, Hans, I tell you rat I do ; I trlnks
some, and IT It don't kill me den yeu trlnks."
.Upon which be took a long and hearty pull at
ilile canteen, and smacking hlsfllps a moment,
iu i aii rrgoi, nans, go ahead."
And they did go ahead, and in a few mtn
utea the cask was empty.
A ITsroio jlrd Da mho Act. Lieut. J. C.
Cbsnln. commanding the. United State ilmtn.
r Valley City, off Roanoke ilaland, writes to
a . - .
oommoaore uoiaauorough, under date of Feb
ruarr 25.t.ollcelns-a mar nanlmnna ar t nr hravn
ry by John Maria, gunner's mate on board
liia Teasel, at the taking of Elizabeth City.
'Fie ays John Davli waa at bis atatlon during
in action, in tbe magazine Issuing powder,
wuu m iien irom mo enemy 'a battery pene
(rated Into the ruanazlne. and extilodml nut
aide of It. lie threw himself over a barrel of
powder, protecting It with bia own body from
fh Are, wbilo at the same time passing out
tbe powder for the guos. Commodore Golds
borroagh, Jo 'transmitting hia letter to the
iavy uepanmem, aayat "it afTords tue In.
Slli. - I m a. a.
cane pleasure to lorwara ID is communication
to the Navy Department, to whose special con
deration I beg leave to recommend the gal
!ant and noble sailor alluded to and add. in
a postscript i "Davie actually seated himself
1 1 a a a . - .
on me oarrei, trie top oeing out, and In this
position he remaloed until the flames were
We think one of Andy Johnson's first effl
clal acta aa Governor of Tennessee should be
to get out a search warrant for Harris and bis
How lonf, oh Lord, bow loug ? Savannah
Republican. Until 70a lay down your arms.
You might know tbat much without aaklu
The confederate expenses ought o grow
Isis and less, for, aa days and weeka wear on
tb.rebelA will hro jIg wd Utt territory to
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COUNT V DIRECTORY.
TIME OF HOLDINO COURT.
2d Monday in January, I 3d Monday in Jane,
3d " in March, 1 4th " in Sept'm'r,
Of each year, and continue two wocki if necessary.
COUNTY AND DISTRCT OFFICERS.
Prea'tJudge Hon. Samuel Linn, Bellefonte.
As'te.Judges Hon. J. D. Thompson, Curwensville
Hon. James Bloom, Forrest
Sheriff. . . . Edward Perks, . . Clearfield
Pro tho notary, John L. Cuttle, . .
Reg. Altec. . James Wrigley,. . . "
District Att'y, Israel Test, ....
Treasurer.. . Joseph Shaw, . . "
Co. Surveyor, H. li. Wright, . . Qlen Hope.
Commiss'n'rs, Wm.Merrell, . . . Clearfield.
& C. Thompson, . Morrisdale.
Jacob Ketotz, ... Lnthersburg.
Avditors. . . J. B. Shaw, . . . Clearfield.
B. C Bowman, . . "
Cbas. Worrell, . N.Washington
Coroner. . . - J. W. Potter . . . Leoontes Mill
Co.SafertaaV't Jeeeee Broomail, . Curwensville
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
Township. Names of P. O. Namesof P.M.
Becoaria, - - Gina Hope, G. AV. Caldwell.
Bell, - - - &twr, - - - W M'Crucken.
.... Cheat, .... Thos.A. M'Uhee,
- - - Cusii, J.W Campbell.
" ... - 0tead, - - - - H. L. Henderson.
Bloom, Forrest. - - - - James Bloom.
Hoggs, - - - Cloarfield Bridge, - P. B. Miller.
Bradford, - Williams' Grove, - Jas. E. Watson.
Brady, - - - Lnthersburg, - - R. II. Moore.
" - Troutville, - - Charles Sloppy.
" - - Jefferson Line, - . John Heberlin.
Burnside, - NewWashington - James Gallaher.
" - - - Burnside, - W. C. Irvin.
" - - - Patchinrille, - - Jack Patchin.
Chest,- - - - Hurd, .... G.Toier.jr.
Clearfrttd, Clearfield. - - - M. A. Frank
Covington, - Frenchville, - - P. A. Oaulin.
" - - - Karthaus, - - - J. F.W. Sohnarr
Curwensville Curwensville, - -T.W.Fleming.
Decatur, Philipsburg, Centre county. Pa.
Ferguson, - Marron, - - - - Ediu. Williams.
Fox, - - - - HelUn Post Office, Elk county, Pa.
Uirard, - - - Leconte's Mills, - C. Mignot.
" - - - Bald Hills, - - - William Carr.
freshen, - Sbawsville, - - - A. B. Shaw.
Urabam, - - Grahamton,- - -Thos. II. Force.
U4lich, - - Smith's Mills, - - A. U. Fox.
.... Maaera, - - - - Chas. J. Pusey.
nuston, - Tyler, - - - - David Tyler.
' - - - Pennfield, - - - H. Woodward.
Jordan, . - - Ansonville, - - - Eliza Chase.
Karthaus, - Salt Lick, - - - Geo. Heekadorn
Knox, - - - New Millport, - - M. O. Stirk,
Lawrence, - Breckenrtdge, - - J. W. Thompson.
Morris, - - - Kylertown, - - - Jas. Thompson.
" - - - Morrisdale, - - - Jag. McClelland.
Penn, - - - Lnmber City.t - - U. W. Spencer.
. . . . Grampian Hills, - A.C.Moore,
Pike, - - - - Curwensville, - T. W. Fleming.
.... Bloomingville, - - Benj. F. Dale.
Union, - - - Rockton, - - - - D. E. Brubaker.
Woodward, Jeffries, .... Jos. Loskett.
4 This Post Office will do for Chest township.
Will answer for Fergi son township.
ITYDE 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. umcuin nouoe. reoruary o, 1001.
JUST FBOM THE EAST.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, tC,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
Rad tk following list of goods and profit tktrthv
FOR THE LADIE8.
Always on hand a large stook of La
lies goods such as Co burg Cloth,
Alpacas, De Laines, Ginghams,
Prints, Chintz, Kerchiefs, Nu-
bies, Bonnets, Gloves, etc.
Always on hand Black, Blue. Brown
and Grey Cloths, Fancy and Black
Casimeres. Sattinets, Cassinets,
Tweeds, Plain and Fancy Vest
ings. Shirting, etc., etc. etc.
Such as Coats, Pant, Vents, Under
shirts, and other Flannel shirts,
Boots, Shoos, Hats, Caps, Neck
ties, Gum Boots and Shoes, and
a variety of other articles.
Saoh aa Unbleached and Bleached
Muslins, Colored Muslins, Linen
and cotton tablecloths, Oil cloth,
Linen and hemp towls. car
pets, curtains, fringe, eto
If you want Nails or spikes, Manure
or other forks, Raw-mill or other
saws, Smoothing irons. Looks,
Hinges, Us., go to Mossop's
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Knives and forks, Butcher Knives,
dbob ana Move black ing. Manilla
and hemp ropes, Ink, Paper or
Pens, Powder, Shot or Lead,
eta., buy them at Mossop's.
IF YOU WANT
Shoe Last or Pegs. Palm or Fane v
Soap, Starch, Wall Paper or Win
dow Shades, Lamps, Lamp tubes
or Wicks, coal oil, eto , go to
Mossop's eheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
Good extra family Flour, White or
brown sugar, hams, shoulders or
sides, coffee; Imperial, Young
Hyson or black tea, buy them
at Mossop's cheap for cash.
IF YOU WANT
Tallow candles, fine or coarse salt,
oyrup or molasses, cneese, dried
apples or peaches, water or so
o crackers, call at Mnsson'a
whore you can buy cheap.
IP YOU WANT
Port wine for Medieal or Sacramen
tal uses, Sweet wine, old Monon
gahela or rye whisky, Cherry
and Cognac brandy, buy at
Mossop's cheap eash store.
IF YOU WANT
R alaens, Figs, Prunes or dried Car
rants; filberts, cream, peoan or
ground nuts, candies, Llquorioe
or Lltjuorio root, buy them
at Mossop's oheap and good.
IF YOU WANT
To buy any other artiole eheap, be
sure to go to Mossop, for he sells
oheaper for eash than any other
iauu in vivarneia county. 7V,
November J7, 1861, aP2f69. A
Approved country produce of every llnd talen at
'"' mnrKri prices lit exchange for goods.
BOGUS TP. FARMS FOR HALE. One
containing 121 aores 85 cleared and under
good I fenoe. A log house U by 2d. plank house Ift
bv 18. lam barn, smith anil all 1... 1
dings thereon. Large prlngaadsprlog-house con
venient to house. The land is wall watered and
has suffiaient wood and fanatn tink ti 1-
an orchard of larra rraflad tr.a . - .
, m m r o m 1 uuiih vr
third AB DIUII. all eholAa frnlt I I. Ti.-i
for Daitnriar drovas. A I.RO ni.lnu. aa -
ores 10 oleared and under fenoe balano well
timharad. Thia land ku. Ia...u . - j ...li.
threa. tot terms apply to
October 13. h. J. CHANS, Clearfield.
CLEARFIELD MUSIC SCnOOL For in
struotion upon the Piano, Melodeon and Gui
tar, and in Harmony and Singing.
TirmsTot pupils under six rears old, $5,00,
for seventy two lessons of one half hour each ;
for all pupils orer six years old, $10,00, for seventy-two
lessons of on hour each; vpon 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, I860. K. A. P. RYNDER. Teacher.
N E W GOOD S !
A FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Spring & Summer Goods
CHEAP CASn STORE.
Just received and opening, a carefully selected
stock of bpnug and bummer goods, oi 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 2ti, 1S61. WM. F. IRWIN
npiIE CLEARFIELD ACADEM Y will be
JL opened for the reoeption of pupils (male and
lemaie) on Monday. September id lei ms, perses
cion or eleven weeks:
Orthography, Heading, Writing, Primary Arith
metio and Geography, $2.50
Higher Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geogra
phy and History. $3,00
Algebra, Geometry, Natural Philosophy, and
iiooK 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
& session and no deduction except for protracted
sickness. Tuition to be paid at the close of the
term. may30 C. B. SANDFORD, Principal
OF FALL FASHIONS
NEW CASH STORE OP
H. W. Smith & Co.
The attention of the Ladies is respeotfully called
to the following notice. We have just received
and opened the very latest and most fashionable
NUBIAS, WOOL HOODS,
Zephyr Wool Gauntlets, Berlin Wool
Gloves with gauntlets, Wool Scarfs, Ze
phyr 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,
ehildrens' Lisle gloves, and a good as
sortment of Ladies', Childrens',
and Infants' hosiery. Also
ELEGANT WORKED SETS,
Elegant worked Collars, elegant worked Skirts
all wool Delaines, Flannels, and a gieat variety of
1 a a a a aa . "
Asresa uooas. ah 01 wnicn will oe sola cheap,
Addenda The Sontags will be opened for sale
in one woen irom this date.
WALL PAPER AND
WINDOW SHADES. We haje just received from
Howell A Brother of Chestnut street, two choice
styles of Paper. Also, window shading, plain and
figured. 11. W. SMITH & CO.
Clearfield. November 13, U61.
JUST RECEIVED ATA(K
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE, PjVS'-l
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 N A IlflT.K'R
The American Lever of different qualities, can
Fine setts of Jewelry, such as Cameo, Coral, La
va, Jett, Carbuncle, Garnett, Opal, Florentine Mo
saic Gold Stone Mosaio. Porcelain naintintra
or single pieoes at NAUGLE'S.
1'lain gold Hreast pins, tar drops, Hoop Ear rings
children's ear drops and rings at NAUGLE'S.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at NAirnrce
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt studs, foh
oucaieB ana guara Slides at MAUGLK'S.
A fine assortment of cold finvpr rinarmr tiiTa.
a - r ft " v' 1 iui 1
ent atvlna and ntmlitv. cnM lnikl. nn..l nAniFt.
j -i j j o .waai iiqvri..
oes, silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards, and
an articles in nis line, on nana at iNAUGLE'S.
Just received, a fine umrtmiinl nf Pin..
common Clocks, and Fancy Time-pieoes, from 1.25
10 o uoiiure hi IMAUUL.K'S.
Old Gold and Silver will be taken n At (ihnnna
e j. .. : ..r.. ""t"
All goods warranted as represented, or the mo
nev refunded, at N A tin i.kh
If vou wish vonr wa.tcT.it n i
and warranted, take them to NAUGLE'S.
JjlLOUR! BACON II GROCERIES tilt
TAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS;
LIQUOR OP VARIOUS KINDS,
Tobacco, Begars, Ac,
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH,
In the basement of Merrell A Bigler's building by
1.37, 1861-1. 0. B. MERRELL.
jyEW FIRM AND Pf E W HOODS!
JOHN A JERRED F. IRVIN.
The undersigned give notice that on the 13th A-
a..ll it a I 1 a. a
I'm nicy enterou into partnership in the mercan
tile business in Curwensville. and that h
Ih business will be conducted by them Jointly un
uer tbe name and firm of John A .1 V. irvin
Thev Inform their nualmnnra ami Ilia miklla I ..
ireneral that thev have rmmlvail from tha !.'.. . ...1
opened at the old stand, a largo and varied stook of
srillNG AND SUMMER
DRY-GOODS, (JROCER1EN, QUEENS
WARE, HARDWARK. AC AC.
specially adapted to the wants of tbe community,
and will sell the sarno at the lowest eah prices.
Also, a laro-a unirlm.nl r Iiw.a Kkn.. n.t.
. ' a - " . "v-t wuvm, Mtmm
and Caps, of tbe latoat styles and best quality, all
of whioh they Intend to sell at reasonable rates.
aivu, an axivnsiv sooca 01 tne most lashlonable
at prloea to suit the times. Now Is the time to
purohase. Call in anu examine our stock before
you purohas your goods, and w feel confident
that wa can atinnl vnn with all llmlif .
at as low prioes and on as reasonable terms as you
can prooare them elsewhere. Give as a trial-
May 30. 1M0. JERRED F. IRVIN.
V. B Peraoni indebted ta tha bM arm in ra.
eueated to call aad settle. may 30.
rZfi YOUNG LADIES WANTED, to ex
Jf amine and reduce the large stook of Drees
Goods. Just received at MOSSOP'S.
DR. LITCII 'S MEDICIN ES A fresh sup
ply of these invaluable Family Medicines
are for sale by M. A. Frank, Clearfield, consisting
of Pain Curer ; Restorative,, greatcure for colds
and cough ; and Anti-Bilious Physic. They have
been thoroughly tested in this community, and
are higniy approved, mr them.
PLASTERING. The subscriber having lo
cated himself In the Borough of Clearfield,
would inform the publiothat he is prepared to do
work in the above line, from plain 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 COOFER.
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Flour ! Flour ! lilT:
and for sale, good family flour, at cash price, by
Jan. 15, 18t2. MERRELL A BIG LEU.
T imirra f"A Iot of enoIc Llqor8 8uch
JJ1LUU1 0 I as Brandies of various kinds,
Whiskey, Gin, etc., just received and for sale by
Jan. 15. 1862. MERRELL c BIGLER.
Dried Apples VtXitS2
pies on hand and for sale by
Jan. IB, 1862. MERRELL A BIGLER.
101 fZl I Jnst received and opened the
VjUdl V11I the best article of
BURNING AND LUBRICATING OILS.
Also Bentine, an article that supplants turpentine
in many uses, all whUb will be sold cheap fcr
cash by MERRELL A BIGLER.
TTo r1 trn ro ! The undcr,i6n'd haTe re
XX.tiU cllt 1 ccntly added a very ex
tensive assortment to their former large stocs: of
Which they are prepared to dispose of for cash at
f Tices to suit the times. Person desirous of buy
ng hardware, should remember that we can sell
cheaper than the cheapest on account of tbe heavy
stocs: we have on hand, and therefore to their ad
vantage to purchase of us. Give us a trial.
Jan. 15, 1862. MEliJtKLL A BIGLER.
Lamps ! Lamps ! ! than &
The undersigned have just received from the east
aa extensive and varied assortment of the best
COAL OIL LAMPS,
ever brought into the county, which they oiler at
prices, cheaper than the 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. 1861. MERRELL A BIGLER.
"NTo v TTirniE- M ALONE Y & Co,
Would respectfully inform th citizens ot Centre
1 t r t l . - .... .
uu i,iearneiu counties, mat nave just received
and opened a new and very extensive atocK of
TIN & COPPER-WARE,
SHEETIRO N-W A II E,
A VARIETY OF STOVES,
and a general assortment ot articles usually kept
in an establishment of the kind, whioh they offer
chap for cash. Approved produce taken in pay
ment atmaricet prioe. Jan. 15. 1862.
New Goods, New Goods.
J. P. KRATZER,
Has mat received a general assortment of Fall
Detains, cwhmers. reps, valenceag, morinos, al
paocas, prists, coburgs, ginghams, ducals, chinti,
silks, muslins, cloths, caJMimeres, tweeds, sattt
netts, flannels, drillings, linen, dtbages, shawls,
cloaks, and dusters.
Over-ooata. dress-coats. busincss-eoaU, pants, vesta,
shaw.g, nnder-shirts, drawers, neckties, fine linen
shirts, Byron collars, choakers, cravats, hats, caps,
fine calf-skin boots, heavy kip boots, shoes.
coffee, tea, molasses, eugar, salt, candles, rioe,
spices, flour, tobacco, eyrup, candies, essence of
coffee, pulverized sugar, crackers, starch, soda,
sperm candles, black tea, saleratus.
HARDWARE & QUEENSWARE.
Nails, spikes, forks, spades, shovels, springs, saws,
planes, axes, augers, smoothing-irons, scissors.
meat cutters, knives and fork. nl.nlTir.li nan.
.knives, white stone tea eetu, tureens, dishes, glass
Nubias, hoods, gloves, hosiery, collars, hoop-skirts,
uBiuiuriti-aairis. oonneis, riooons, nowers, plumes,
bonnet frames, ruches, lace, braid binding, zephyr,
j-arn, innge, ouuoui. trimmings, etc.
Oil cloths, buckets, school bonk a wall nnn.r twin
rafting rope, coach varnish, moss, curled hair
coacn trimmings, velvet, piusn. cotton tape, coal
uii,iinseoa on sperm on, glass, eto.
All of whioh will be sold on the most reasonable
terms for cash or approved country produce.
Clearfield, Nov. 27, 1861.
A New Lot of Goods.
milE UNDERSIGNED hirii.. l.V-.r. tt, .r.
JL of merchandize of the late firm of Patton.
Hippie A Co., have just added a fresh supply of
comprieine Groceries. Druirs. Oueensware.
Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Muslins, De Lainee.
Tt ft.." i a . ...
i nnu), oattineu, flannels, etc,, which
they offer at low prices
FOR CASH OR READY PAY.
Grain, Poric, Shingles and Boards, taKen in ex
change tor goods. 9 respectfully asic a share
of patronage. Call and examine our stooK.
Curwensville, Dec. 11. UIPPLE A FAUST.
N B. The accounts of Patton, Hippie A Co., are
in our hands, and wa hereby notify parsons hav
ing unsettled accounts, to call and settle the same
as we desire to have the boons closed.
December 11, 1861. HIPPLE A FAUdT.
M P O R T A N T ANNOUNCEMEN T !
A Fact Worth Knowing!
The undersigned informs his old friends and the
public generally that he has just received and o-
pencd, 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, whioh he will dispose of at as low
rates as they oan be purchased in the county, and
of as good quality, If not better. He respectfully
solicits all to give him a call and examine his
stock before purchasing elsewhere, and he feels
certain that they will buy from him.
jyl I MATTHEW FORCEE.
Bcnncr & Barrett,
Respectfully announce to the nubile that thav
have completed and are now occupying their new
fronting on tbe Market lot and nearly opposite the
Court House. Cabinet making will bo carried on
in the upper story of the same buitdimr. in all iti
different branohes. All kinds of furniture will
be kept constantly on hand, and sold oheap for
Cash, or exchanged for country produoe or luin-
Der to suum nusmers l heir stock will consist of
PARLOR. ROCKING AND ARM CHAIRS,
SPRING BEATS, CAIN BOTTOMS. Ac.
Parlor, Sofa, Centre, Card, Dining, Extension and
Sofas of all Kinds, Varieties and
Bureaus, Sideboards, Book Cases, Wardrobes, Ac.
Bedstead. Jeney Llnd, High Posts, Cottage,
Frenoh Posts, Ac.
Mattresses nalr, Hair top, Cotton top, and Cora
oubii, oi uie nest materials.
Looking Glasses of all aorta and sites. AIm rlai.
aea for old frames. Also, What-noU, Wash-stands,
Work-stands; Hat-racks, Ao.
COFFINS made to order on short notice, and
Poplar. Cherry. Ul aaA Xim-woad LunW
take in txohasg f r wrk. 0t. 23. 1891.
NEW STONE WARE MANUFACTORV
. IN CLEARFIELD, Pa. URV
Ihe undersigned takes this method of lr.
ing the public that he ha commenced Th m'A
facture of Stone-Ware in the Boro.gh of cu
field, andthsthc is now prepared ta smp,
who may want them with Milk and Cream Crock.
Jugs Jars, Ac., at lower prices, than thev can U
bought elsewhere. He solicits a share ot'v.u?
ge. FREDERICK LEIIZi'sSeP
Clearfield, Pa., May 1859-ly.
The subscribers would .-ttpectfullv info,
the TacrL ke.pert a d others that theyhar. r.
cently started a new Brewery in the lWouch f
Clearfield, and that they are now prepared tj Tf
nish Beer on the most accommodating terms Th
have employed an experienced Brewer, frt.ra U.
east, and they feel confident that they oao suLni,
a superior article of beer. Give them a trial and
judge for yoursolves.
June 20. '60 CHARLES HALT t CO
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, THE rw
REMEBY FOR RIIEl'.H.VTlsM
A NEW REMEDY )
A CERTAIN REMEDY. ( r0R
RHEUMATISM OF EVERY KIND '
No Matter How Stcborm. How Long St.nm:,8
pKorvLA-iNK WlLI- S2?,cr-i IT'
) ILL Cl RK IT.
What it has done. It trill do again.
Doctors read, Doctors examine. Dikt.ws tst
The brxt testimony. Best Medical Authority
Doctors I now it, Patients Ulxrve it, TntJ If T
(From Official Hostital Ksi-orti )
May 1, 1800. Ellen S.. wt. 25, single, t
was very strong. Two years sgo rhe had 4n t
tack of acute rheumatism, from whieh she waca
fined to her bed for two wi-rka. and ubequBtlr
from a relps for four more. She has ben wej;
since then till lait Saturday; while eiitf.tjrei iB
house cleuning, she took cold" had pain in her back
felt cold, but bad no decided chill. Two Ui
later her ankles began to swell which was failoi.
ed by swelling of the knee joints and of the hands.
She has dull pain in ber shoulders, and her V tuck
lea are very tender, red and painful ; both handi
Am afTiOTf.ii rit.r t V. . 1 V l. .). . .
then, is a case of acute rheuniatirm. or. a it it uow
fashionably called, rheuraatio fever. It is a weil
marked typical cane. We a ill careful w;.h tha
ease, and from time to time call your attention w
the various symptoms which present themcWr,
My chief object in brit.ging her before you now i
to call your attention to a remedy which has re
cently been recommended in tbetreatuientof rheu
matism. I moan propylamine. Dr. A wenarius of
8t. Petersburg, recommends it in tbe highest term
having derived great benefit from its use in 2io
cases which came under his care. Various com
mendatory testimonials respecting it have appear
ed in our journals, and I propose giving it acothrr
trial. I must confess 1 am al a vs incredulous at
to the worth of new remedies, which are vaunt i
as specifics ; but this comes to us recommended u
highly, that wo are bound to give it a trial.
SAME CASE FOUR DAYS LATER '.
May 23, 18G0. I wi 1 now exhibit to you the p s
tient for whom I prescribed Propylamine, and
who was then laboring under an attack of acuta
rheumatism. She has steadily taken it ia don
of three grains, every two hours, (intertwining it
at night). The day after you saw her, I found ter
much more comfortable, better than she expectxi
to be for a week or more, judging from her ether
attack. (The patient now walked into the room
The improvement has steadily progTeasod. and
you cannot fail to cotice a marked change la tha
appearance of her joints, which are now nearlyef
theirnaturalsite. Thus farourexperiment would
have seemed very euccviul ; but gentlemen wa
must wait a little while before we can give a de
cided opinion as to what is to be the result.
THREE DAYS LATER !
Mat 23,1850. This is the case of acute rhenoit
tisra treated with propylamine, the first of tho la
which I called your attention at our last elimp
She is still very comfortable, and is now takiL
three gratns thrice daily.
In this case it has seemed to be followed by ver
satisfactory results. The second case to "whicu
your attention was called at our last lecture, b
also continued to do well. I will now britg -fore
you a very characteristic case of acute j
mat ism, and if the result b esatirfactory.
as good jurymen. irestuill juitly render onrvfu.
in favor of propylamine.
lie is asc.tman.Kt. 26. who was admitted a few
days ago. linn had occasional rhenaatic paini,
but not so as to keep his bed, until eight d.ij ay..
The paiu began in his right knee, subsequently
affected the left knee, and liter the jii,te of ti.t
upper extremities. These joints are all iwoilen.
tense and tender. His tongue is furred ; histia
at present, dry, though there has been much sweat
ing. His pulse is full and strong, and aUout VC.
He has now used propylamine tweuty-four hour?.
This gentlemen is what may be called a stricter
typical case ot acute rheumatism. Thore ww ex
posure to cold and wot. and this exposure is fol
lowed by a feeling of coldness, severe aiticul-r
pain, beginning, as it usually eoes. in the locr
joints There is fever and the profuse sweatiuj.
sogenerallyattendant on acute rheumatism.
I did not bring this patient before ou witi tL
intention of giving you a lecture on all the point
connected with rheumatism, but to ajin j:ve
trial to the new remedy we are testing, ci to f i
hibit to you this typicul case, aa I have callel it.
than which there could cot be a fairer opportunity
for testing tho medicine in question. We are,
therefore, avoiding the uso of all other medicimr.
even anodynes, that there may be no mljiviri(r
as to which was the etfioient remedy. You
see the case in a future clinic.
THE RESULT. A FAVORABLE VERDICT
Jetse 9. 1800. The next cf our canvaleaceot; :
thecase ofjaoute rheumatism before youatourc'n
ic of May 26th, which I then called a typical en,
and which it waa remarked wasa fair opportuni?
for testing the worth of our new remedy. It waj
therefore steadily given in three grain doc erary
two hours for four days. The patient h&s got aloe?
very nicely, and is now able to walk about aa you
see. I do not hesitate to say that I have nrivrse
as severe a ease of acute rheumatism so soon rrst'
ed to health as this man has len, and without h
iiifr prepared to decide positively as to the valurot
the remedy we have used, I feel bound to state that
in the cases in which we have tried the chlondt e
Propylamine, the patients have gained their halt
much earlier than under th treatment ordinarily
pursued. I wish, gentlemen, you would your
selves try it, and report tne results.
For a full report of whioh the above i e"
densed extract, see the Philadelphia Medica!a4
Surgical Reporter. It is a report after a fair triI
by the bestmcdioal authority in this country, se t
makes it unnecessary tojgive numerous eertiot
from astonished doctors and rejoicing patier.u.
A Sr-EEor Ccre. Am Effectcal Crur.. Tub
Sauk Result ix evert Case, Wiiemever Trip.
Wherever Tried. What it has poe,
It Will Do Aoaiv.
Bullock A Crenshaw a firm well nown toist
medical men. bv whom the Elixir Propylamine
has been introduced, have sold to us the exelutive
right to manufacture it according to the origin'
recipe, and we have made arrangements tt ocb
magnitude as to enable us to scatter it broadest
amongst suffering humanity.
A WORD TO DOCTORS
If VOU nrefer ta una tha nam a remedv in another
form, we invite vour attention to the PtTBE CT-
TALizan Propylamine, Pcre Propylamine I.iQft".
Pcre Propylamine Concentrated, Ft' iopi
Propylamine, of which we aie the sole losnuf-
Cw-We claim no other virtue for .tne fc' r
Propylamine than is contained in Pure Cryi'
ixed Chloride of Propylamine.
Thk Elixir is more conveniest, and iw"
reaoy for immediate cse. ab mat e ta
according to directions. y a5t one, st
evert one, who das rhechatism of any
SOLD AT 75 CTS. A BOTTLE.
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