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CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 4, 1862.
Time of Cars leaving Tyrone Station.
8.40 p m.
7.45 a m.
7.50 a m.
O f ( n m.
6.56 p m.
The fast line does not stop between Huntingdon
A uq . a; i ........ hat wAnn
and Altoona. m way im.u uu.7
those two points. Enoch Lewis, Gen 1 feupt.
THE PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION.
The People of Pennsylvania, who desire cor
dially to unito in sustaining the National Ad
ministration in its patriotic efforts to suppress
sectional and unholy rebellion against the
. Unity or the Republic, and who desire to snp
i port by every power of the Government, one
-bund'red thousand heroic brethern in aims,
' braving disease and the perils of the field to
preserve l"8 Union of our Fathers, are re
quested to select the number of Delegates
equal to the Legislative Representation of the
M.itt!, at such times and in such manner as
will best respond to the spirit of this call, to
meet in State Convention at Ilarrisburg, on
Thursday, the 17th day of July next, at eleven
o'clock, on said day, to nominate Candidates
lor the offices of Auditor General and Survey
or General, aud to take such measures as may
; be deemed necessary to strengthen the Gov
ernment in this season of common peril to a
- common country. A. K.McCLUUE,
Chairman People's State Committee.
Gr.O. VV. llAMMEBSLT, I Secre,ar,es.
JOUM M. SlLLIVA.V, f""''i.
Ths Season. We have had very fini grow
ing whether in this section, during the past
week having had light showers a majority of
the days. The prospect for a good grain crop
was never better, and Iruit will bo abundant
.from present appearances.
AoRictLTURAL M&ETINQ. The Agricultural
Society of Clearfield county, will meet at the
Court House, on Thnrsday evening of Court
week, June 19th. A general attendance is
requested. The trotting course on the Fair
ground will be open to the public, during both
weeks of court, for training horses.
Fatal Casualtt. Mr. Nicholas Vcrbeck of
Karthaus township, met with a fatal injury on
Sunday the 25th of May. It appears that a
blind horse had broken into his rye Held, which
Mr. Verbeck went to drive out. Thi animal
suddenly wheeled and kicked, hitting Mr. V.
In the aide, and injuring him so seriously that
he died the next day.
A Gr.M. The last number of the Altoona
Tribune, contains the following Item
A lady (f) residing in the lower end of this
comity, wiiile engaged 'in a discussion with
soma Indies and gentlemen, a few days since,
.on the Southern rebellion, fcc, said that "If
'President Lincoln was here, I would cut his
-heart out ami cook it for my supper "
Truly, a very "delicate" remark I
PEOPLE S COUNTY MEETING.
A Convention of tho people of Clearfleld Co.,
who will unite cordially in sustaining the
National Administration in this hour of our
coutry's pet it, will meet at tho Court House
in Clearfield, on Wednesday evening June
18th, 10G2, for the purpose of selecting Dele
gates to the State Convention to be held at
Ilarrisburg, on Thursday the 17th day of July
next, for the purpose of nominating candidates
lor the offices of Auditor General and Survey
er General. A large attendant of the friends
of the Constitution and the Union is desired
A. C. Fin net.
Chairman of County Ex. Committee.
By a dispatch received from Gen. M'Clel
lan, we learn that the rebels attacked bis po
sition on Chicohominy on Saturday the 31st
May, and succeded in throwing Casey's divis
ion in confusion; but neintzleman and Kear
ney brought up their divisions and checked
the enemy. Gens. Sedwlck'a and Richard
son's divisions were then thrown across the
stream, and drove the rebels back at the point
of the bayonet, covering the ground with their
dead. On Sunday morning th rebels renew
ed the attack out were everywhere repulsed.
Our loss is heavy, but that of the enemy is
Gen. Banks' has again possession of Front
Royal, Va. One brigade, preceded by 4 com
panies of Rhode Island cavalry entered the
town on Friday morning, the 30th May, at 11
o'clock, and drove the enemy out. Our loss
was 8 killed, 5 wounded and 1 missing. The
enemy's loss in killed and wounded is heavy,
:as our cavalry cut in among them in splendid
style. We captured 6 rebel officers and 150
Corinth is in possession of the Union army.
The retreat of the rebels appears to have been
in great haste, as the roads are strewn with
knapsacks, haversacks and canteens. Their
army is said to be much demoralized. They
(destroyed much of the property at Corinth
'the citizens, however managed to save about
'60 of the houses in the town. Two thousand
'ebel deserters were captured and brought in.
The .iron steamer Patras, of London, was
ptored off Charleston Bar, with 1400 kegi of
powder, 50 cases of rifles, 800 bags of coffee
Di a quantity of quinine. The vessel and
"rgo are valued at $300,000. She had no pa
Prs on board.
Fulton applied steam to the great practical
of the ago; Morse has brought Galvan
!QJ to be the daily servant of millions of men.
Newton unravelled the mazes of the stars and
?ahj their motions the mariner's guide on
the trackless ocean. What these men have
done in their departments, Dr. Ayer does in
Medicine. He turns the great discoveries in
'-cience and Physics to use in the enre of dis
and makes the occult discoveries of the
reat chemists available for the wants of every
life. His medicines for tho low prices at
'"ich they are sold, briDg within the reach of
"ery mm tbe begt wf8dom an(j the best skill
r odern times. IFimifigon, Del. "Statei.
Correspondence of the "Raftsman's Journal." j
Camp near f kepericksulro, va. I
May 19th, 18G2. ,
Mr. Epitor : The 6th Regiment Penna.
Reserves, to which the Clearfield Company
belongs, is at present located near the Freder
icksburg and Richmond railway, and about
three miles from the first named place. We
arrived hereon the 11th May, altera three
day's march, from Oatlett Station. . . . I
will here relate an incident that occured on
oar reaching the railroad, on our way to Ma
nasses, some time since. We had to remain
all night at the station, and shift the best way
we could for lodginz. An old wairon-bed
served me that night for a bedstead. Tho
night being very cold 1 placed it, perhaps,
Dearer the fire than I should have done for my
own personal safety; at least, when I awoke in
the morning, thn greater part of the cape of
my overcoat bad disappeared. ... The
country, since we left the Potomac, has as
sumed a far different aspect. The boys often
said, if there was no better land in the Old
Dominion than what they had seen, (both in
the Western part and around Camp Pierpont.)
they did uot think the State worth fighting for.
but since we have come here, they have near
ly all changed their minds in regard to Old
Dixie; and 1 have heard them frequently nay
"that they would not mind if Uncle Sam
would give each of them a farm in this section
as soon as the war is over."
Fredericksburg is a town of nearly 10. 000
inhabitants, and contains some very fine bull
dings. The churches in particular attract the
attention of tbe soldiers not, on account ot
very great desire to attend preaching but be
cause they are the most prominent of all oth
er edifices. Opposite Fredericksburg is Fal
mouth, a small town, which oilers but little of
interest to a stranger.
We had a pleasant visit from Messis. John
M'Gaughey and W. W. Belts, who spent a few
days with us ; and I assuro you, it did us good
to meet these old friends strain. 1 hey left
this morning, and we wish them a safe journey
to their friends at home. Yours, J.
Smith's Mills, May 27, 18G2.
Mr. Row : A petty officeholder, visited
our neighborhood recently, who was "long and
loud" in his praises of Breckinridge, i ancy
Dav is, Cobb, Floyd, and other rebels; and
denounced President Lincoln, his Cabinet
and all other patriots, in unmeasured terms
and declaring "that tho some ropo that would
hang Jell Davis should hang Lincoln." The
same individual also made use of the following
expressions : "If the d d Douglas party
would Join with us, we could belt the d d
Black Republicans and sink them to h-ll."
From the language used, every intelligent man
will Infer that tho person alluded to is a traitor
at heart, and that his sympathies are entirely
with the bogus Confederacy, Are the honett
men ot Clearfield county ready to follow such
tory leaders 7 Yours, &c, uueucu.
Official Report of Qcn. Banks.
The following extract is from Gen. Banks
official report to the President:
My command encountered tho enemy in a
constant succession of attacks, and in tho well
contested engagements at Strasbnrg, M iddlu
town, Newton, at a point also between these
places and at Winchester, the force of the
enemy was estimated at about 15,000 men,
with very strong artillery and cavalry supports,
while my own force consisted of two brigades,
less than'4000 strong all told 1,500 cavalry, 10
larTott guns and b smooth bores, TliesUb
stunt ial preservation of the entire supply train
is a source of gratification. It numbered a
bout five hundred wagons. On a forced mars!
of fifty-three miles, thirty-five of which were
performed in one day, subject to constant at
tuck in frout tear and flank, accoiding to its
position, by the enemy in full lorco, notwith
standing the panic of teamsters and the mis
chances of a river passage of more than three
hundred yards, with Blunder preparations for
tod ami -ferry, not more than fifty wagons
From Gen. McClellan's Department.
Gen. McClellan telegraphs to the Secretary
of War that the battle on the 27 lb. May, at
Hanover Court House, resulted in a complete
route or the enemy. It is stated that we have
taken OUU prisoner, and more are coming in.
The loss of the enemy is set down at 1000
Our men buiied one hundred of their dead
Our loss is 6i) in killed, wounded and mis
sing, of which fifty-three were killed. Tho
forces opposed to us wero principally from
North Carolina and. Georgia, the prisoners
from th i former Stato express themselves
very tired of the war. They also say that
their defeat will have a demoralizing effect on
the Rebel army
The New York 1 1th regiment State Militia,
refused to be sworn in, on reaching Harper's
Ferry. They were ordered to leave and pay
their expenses dome.
On the 29th of May, by Rev. J. M. Gallowiy,
Mr. R. K. Fleoai. of Goshen tp., to Miss Ke
ti e ah, daughter of Henry Irwin of Lawrence
On the same day, by tbe same, Mr. R. Born
to Miss Tillie R ALSTON, Lotb of Kylertown
On the 29th inst., by Rev. A. J. Bender,
Mr. George Retndols, to Miss Slsan Tozer.
On the 2d Jnst., Priciila B. Irwis, consort
of Mr. Jacob Irwin, of Lawrence township, in
the 54th year of her age.
On Tuesday, May 27, in Chest township,
Elias Hurd, aged 7i years and 22 days.
On tho 2Cth of May, Leventine, daughter
of Charles Sloppy of Brady tow nship, aged 2
years, i moutus ana iu days.
In Curwensvllle on the 19th of May, Kate
Emma, daughter of Levijand Elizabeth Spiece,
aged 6 years, 4 months and 19 days.
"The tyrant death came rushing In,
La9t night his power did show ;
Out of this world this child did take,
Death laid its visage low.
The golden bowl by death is broke,
The pitcher burst in twain,
The cistern wheel It felt the stroke, .
The pleasant child is slain.
"No more this pleasant child is seen,
r To please its parents' eyo, , .
Tbe tender plant so fresh and green,
Is in eternity." A. B. Ranyan.
DR. A. 31. HILLS, desires to inform bis pa
tients, and those who niav desire his profes
sional services, that owing to the prss of business
in his office in Clearfield, be will be unable ot
visit his usual places any more, but may always
be found at home in future. April 16-tf.
N. B. Badly fitting gold plates oan ba exchang
ed for Vuloanite work.
b. lauchi,!. :::::: charlus holes.
EW WATCH & JEWELRY STORE.
The undersigned havinz located in tbe bor
ough of Clearfield, (at tbe shop formerly occupied
bv R Welch as a iewelrv shoD.i are prepared to
do work of all kinds on the most reasonable terms.
Tha cash will positively ba expected when the
work is delivered. We are confident that we can
not be excelled by any workmen in town or oonnty.
(jo me one : tome all to the &tgn of the tue wmca.
4-Ma 1mA t.Alimi.TVA. TfflT.TTR
sii'ii j i,Aiijbs II Hem em her wa are
selling best quality of calico at 121 cents per
jru, cuen. UlTlflfUU, LUa ft W,
May 21. 18C2 Oceola Mills. Pa.
Dried Apples !
-Several barrels of
excellent dried ap-
pies on band and for sale by
Jan .18, 1S62. MERRELL A BIGLER.
U.I. A brindle cow, with a white face.
M-A She has been gone about ten days. A liberal
reward will bo paid for her return, or for any in-
lurraauon concerning ner.
May 21, '62-pd. G. R BARRETT.
WANTED. A little girl about 10 years old,
to raise, by a family w ho bare no children
of their own. An orphan preferred. For further
information inquire at the Journal dE09.
good, steady journeyman
for. tbe crreater nart of the
rummer, uooa wages will be paid fncah. Ap-
lijr ujr icuer or omerwise. immediately to
May21,I8fi2.-pd. Clearfield. Pa.
"1AUTION. My wife Sarnh Margaret having
v iuii my oeu anu ooaru witbout any just cause
or provocation, all persons ore hereby ciutioued
against harboring or trusting heron my account
us i win pay no uooisoi ner contracting.
May 21. 1862. JOHN KLINE, Jr
TTIXKCUTOR'S NOTICE.-Letters Testa-
JLi mentary on the estato of Isaac Chambers,
late or Curwensville borough, deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned, all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having claims against
me same will present tbem duly authcutioated
for settlement, at tho office of A. J. Patterson, Esq.
in lurwensviuo. UAniiuu laiAMUEiKd,
May 2l,lS52.-pd. Executor.
CJTATK OF PENNSYLVANIA, CLEAR
k5 FIELD COUNTY, SS : I. James Wriirley, clerk
xU Tof the Orphans' Court of said county of
( KKAIi .ClearGeld, do hereby certify, that at an
TOrphnns' Court, held at Clearfield the
17th day of March. A. V. 1652, before the Honor
able Judges of said court, on motion, a rule was
granted upon the heirs and representatives of
Johr Peter Lider, deceased, to come into court on
the third Monday of Juno next, to show cnugo why
tbe real estate ot said deceased should not bo sold.
And it was further ordered and directed that
notice be given the said heirs and persons inter
ested, who are non-residents, by publication of the
aioresnid rule, for tbe space ot throe successive
weeks, in the 'Raftsman a Journal,' published in
me borougb of Ciearneld.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand'and affixed the senl of said court at Clear
field, tbe21stday of March. A. I). 1Si2.
JAMES WHIG LEY,
May 2, 1862. Clerk O, C.
Karket Street, Clearfield, Fa.
hand a largo
ami well selected
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Taint brushes, and Erushes of all kinds
PERFUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES,
TOBACCO Ik SEGARS, STATIONERY,
Liquors for Medical Purposes,
Including Brnmly, Whiskey, Oin, Tort, Sherry
and Madeira nines, Ac.
A large stock constantly on hand, of the most
approved make for durability and comfort.
The Doctor will personally superintend this
department of the business.
May 23, 18(52.
HfONEY SAVED IN It UJ LI) IN i ! To
1TJL save money in building, nnd to put up styl
ish well proportioned and substantial buildings
for less money Uiuu usuul. may be done by call-
in? on A. eitiuan. Architect and Designer.
Those who intend to build either an humble res
idence, or a magnificent hall for the coin fort of
life, will save money by taking the advice of an
experienced Architect, making preparations in
time, and by obtaining tho bills, drafts, estimates,
and specifications at tho proper time, will cuard
against empty purses before the completion of the
The undersigned Would therefore respectfully
inform tbe citizens ot Ciearhcld and tbe public in
general that ho is at all times prepared to execute
jobs, in his line, on short notice, and on the most
lavoraoie terms. Having made bis business a
regular study with several experienced archi
tects, and having aUo had long experience in the
business, he flatters himself he will be able todraw
the best designs of every description of buildings,
make correct draughts of all Kinds of patcrns,
models for patent rights, .tc., Ac., and to give en
tire satislaction to all w ho may favor him with
their patronage. -
People from a distance will, by sending the di
stentions of the ground plan, with a description of
tbe location, scenery, and country around it, be
gratified with a design suitable in style and order
witb tbe location, scenery and country, and well
adapted for its special purpose. 'o charge will
be made if tbe job should not be satisfactory.
Carpenter w ho desire to improve in the theo
retical parte of their important profession may al
ways receive instructions in either of the dinerent
branches of Architecture. Information can at all
times be obtained at my office, up stairs in Shaw's
now, oratueorge iuorn s, ulearneld, 1 a.
May,7,'62.-6m. AUGUSTUS WEITMAN.
SECOND SUPPLY OP
New Summer . Goods,
AT THE OLD PRICES.
J. P. KRATZEIt,
Has lust received another general assortment of
Shawls, . :
Hosiery, ; .
Lave! las, . Cottonades.
valancias, ' flannels,
Ginghams, : ' Tickings, .
Ladies Proininade Jackets. Itonnets
Sun Umbrellas, Carpets, Floor oil-cloths, Hats
and Caps, Boots and Shoes.
GROCERIES. t 4 ;'
Coffee, tea, molasses, sugar, salt, candles, rice,
spices, flour, tobacco, syrup, candies, essence ot
coffee, pulverized sugar, crackers, starch, soda,
sperm and tallow candles, black tea, saleratus,
wines, mackeral, shad, salmon, cod-fish, herring.
HARDWARE A QUEENSWARE.
Clothing, Notions, Jointed hoop skirts, Shakers.
Violins, fifes, strings, bridges, bows, keys, precep
tors, uiusio paper, rosin.
Tin-ware, glass-ware, drugs, lamps, buckets, tubs,
churns, brooms, wall paper, blinds, umbrellas,
baskets, school books, varnish, moss, curled nair,
coach varnish, spirits of turpentine, lead and oil,
fish oil, coal oil, glass, etc., in fact a little of every
thing usually kept in a country store
' All of which will be sold on the most reasonable
terms for cash or approved country produce.
May 28,. 1862. ' , J. P, KRATZiER,.
V A Til trCV f W a . .
Just rcceving and
constantly on hand
and for sale, good family flour, at cash price, by
Jan. 15. 1362. A1EKRELL & BIGLER.
TO THE PUBLIC The undersigned hav
inir Purchased the entire stock nf thn lt firm
of Moore A Etsweiler, and having made large ad
ditions thereto, is now prepared to wait upon cus
tomers. Thankful for the very liberal patronage
heretofore extended to the firm, he hopes by
strict personal attention to business- to merit a
continuence of the same.
March 2(5, '62 -tf. D. F. ETZWEILEK.
1Q0 EYRE St LANDELL, 1 QQ
101)4 Fourth V Arch Streets. Phila- JOUZ
delphiu, are now offering their usual assortment of
Dry Goods, adapted to Serine Sales. Fashionable
Dress Silks, . fashionable Spring Shawls, new as
sortment of Dress Goods, Spring Prints, DeLainea
and Oinzhams.Muslins and Linens of first quality.
Cloths, Cassimercs and Vestinss. Table Linens,
Towlings and Napkins. N. It. Black Silks, be
low regular prices. jAIarcb ll. bi.Jm.
THE UMON NOW AND FOREVER t
READ! HEAD!! ItEAD'.I!
A New Attraction in theso Diggings !
NEW AND CIIKAP
In the "Mansion House," opposite the Clearfield
Co. Bank, (Mr. Shaw's old stand,) Clearfield,
Brunch of llr.izr.nxt fin liroi 126 North'Third
street. 1'hiloftephta, I'a.
The undersigned respectfully announce to tho
inhabitants of Clearfield county, and the public in
general, that they have opened at the above named
place tbe most extensive and best selected stock of
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, that has ever
been exhibited in this borough, and which they
will sell 2j vr rrnt. ehravrr than clolhtusr hat
ever firm mid in this part ofthr country.
Our stock embraces a full and complete assort
ment of all garments generally worn, made up of
good material and in tho best stylo and workman
ship. A general asuortmcnt of
BOY'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING,
furnishing goods, hats and caps, traveling bags,
t rimed flannel and white shirts ; in short every
thing generally found in a well assorted store of
this kind. We also keep a fine assortment of
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
such as pocket books, portnionies, pocKet knives,
combs, brushes, watch chains and guards, violin
and guitar strings, pistols, revolvers, gun caps.
spectacles and a great many other fancy and.u.io
ful articles too nuinerou to-mention, all of which
they will sell as well as the clothing
At the Lowest Cash Prices.
We invite every person in need of clothing or
of any of the above mentioned articles, to favor us
with a call and view our goods and prices, am:
we are conhdent tbnt we can give satislaction. so
that every person shall feel inclined to tell his
friends whero good and cheap clothing can bo got
Wo aro constantly receiving accessions to our
stock from our own manufacturing establishment
in Philadelphia, and shall always he supplied
with a good variety of all articles in our line
which shall surpass in style, cut, workmanship
nnd cheapness those of any other similar cstab-
I ishuient in this part of tho State, and by fair and
honest dealings, wo hope to morit a liberal snare
of public p
April 9, 'f:
KEIZENSTEIN BRO S A CO.
r 1ST OF RETAILERS of . Foreign and
IJ Domestic Merchandize in Clearfield county
for the your 1302. subject to tho payment of
NA.MK. nr.SIDr.NCE. CLASS.
Elizabeth W Wri
;ht, Bcccaria tp. 8
,14 I. g
J. W Thompson,
C. J. Pusey,
Win. K. Dickinson,
' " 14
" '' 14
" " It
" " 14
' " 14
" " 13
Boll , town'p. 14
i; u J 4
Groom, Dickey & Oo.
Lyonel W- Weld,
11. IS, Henderson & Co,
E. W. Brady,
John S. Snyder,
J. Patchin A Son, " "
Stephen Lloyd "
11. Patchin, " " '
J. R. McMurry, N. Wasibngton boro
Wra. Feath, conf. ' "
Juoob Nelf, distiller, "
J. M. Cumminzs, " "
Win, Lumadoe, RoRgs town"p.
Mathevr Forcey, Bradford town'p,
rJ. V atson,
Win. Albert. ;
Brady town'p. 14
A. Montgomery A Co.
Abel Brooks, .
Jaoob Kunts, .
R. 11. Moore,
Dan D. Goodlander,
F K. Arnold.
Chest town'p. 14
Clearfield boro' 12
need. Weaver A Co
David Etrweiler, ."
J. P. KraUor, "
Merrell A Bigler, "
J. G. Hartswick, 4i
H. W. Smith A Co.
Charles Watson, drugs, "
Graham, Boynton A Co ,
W. F. Irwin. : "
M Woods A Co., drugs, "
Leonard, Finney A Co. Brokers
Hessenthaler A Lepold, brewers,
Reizenstein, Bros. A Co., clothing,
A Montgomery, Curwensvllle boro
J. A J. F. Irwiu, " "
Hippie A Co ' " ;t
J. D. Thompson. " "
Wm. Irwin, Patent Med. "
Sti'j.hen Graff, confect' ner " "
r.d. wood win, confectioner " "
J. Baruioy, Covington town'p.
P. F, Ilegarty,
Francis Coudreit, "
Val. Hoffman, confect r, "
Benj. Snyder, confect'r, " "
J. F. Steinar, Decatur town'p.
Drum .Lippencot A Co. " M
Bowman A Perks, " "
W.G.M'Cracken, Dist'y, Fercuson tp.
Jas. Irwin, Girard town'p . 14
Agustus Leconte, " ' 14
A. B. Shaw, Goshen town'p. 14
Ellis Irwin A Son,
Holt, Wilson A Co. Graham town p
T. II. Forcey, Pat. Med. ; "
A. G. Fox,
Guelich town'p. 14
i n 14
" " 14
Huston town'p, 14
J A. Heearty,
P. Sneerineer A Co.
i. i. 14
" i 14
Jordan town'p, 14
Karthaus town'p. 14
Knox town'p' 14
R. U. Haines,
Wm. S. Sankev
Martin O. Stirk,
Lawrence town'p, 14
Furguson, confectioner, 'v 44 8
C.Brenner, Morris town'p, 14
S warts A Bowers, : " 14
J. C. Brenner, " ' 14
M. Steinkerchner, distl. ; " 8
Daniel Brnbaker. : Union town'p, 14
John M. Chase, ; Woodward town'p, 14 .
J, Whiteomh A Sons, " " . 14.
v. j.McCann. . " 14
Thos. Henderson, 1 " , " 14
An appeal for the regulation of such lioenses.
will be held in the Commissioners' office, in Clear
field, on Monday the 9th of June, 1862, where all
persons interested may attend. t i
G. W. SUAFFNER.
wj ii, ioa.;,,; ;. : mercantile Appraiser.
r t J n r n ... . .
f f , ," 'ON. All persons ore hereby caution-
following property, now in possession of -John
vtaggoner, 10 wit : 1 brindle cow. 1 black cow, 1
red cow, I bay mare. 14 sheen. 3 ho.flVr ..iv. l
wagon. 1 plow, I corn plow, 1 harrow, 1 windmill,
i uuioer sieu, iu acres of grain in the ground- 2
oxen, and 1 stack or bay, as the same have been
purchased by ns at Sheriff s sal, and have only
been left with said Waggoner on loan and are sub-
jebt to our order. HIPPLE A FAUST.
March 6, 1802.
CLEARFIELD COUNTY, SS. Notice.
Estate of Jeremiah Flvnn. deceased In the
Urphaus court of Clearfield county, at
March terra", A. D. 1S62, respecting the
appraisement of S300. 00 for the widow.
vi: personal property to the "mount of SjO. and
real estate containing about 46 acres.appraised at
SwS.io, tno court made the following order :
March 17, 1S62. approved ni si. as to portion of
estate set apart tor tbe widow under the S.iOO law,
and publication is ordered to be made in one
newspaper published in Clearfield county, for
three successive weeks, giving notice to all par
ties interested to come into court on or before the
hrst day of next term and show cause why the ap
praisement snouu not be approved absolutely.
iy xne l oun, JA.ML5 li li l,L i ,
April 9, '62. Clerk O. C.
MISS J. E. MITCHELL.
Second Street, Clearfield, Pa,,
(Opposite the residence of L. J. Crans, Esi )
The undersigned would respectfully inform the
Ladies of Clearfield and vicinity, that they have
received an assortment of Fashionable Millinery
toods, to which they invite their attention.
We also do all kinds of millinery work on short
notice, in the latest style, and on reasonable
terms. J. A E. MITCHELL.
May 21, 1862-.1m-pd.
rilllKC.NIHNU MACHINES. The under-
JL signed wish to inform the citizens of Clear-
field county, that they still continue the manafic-
tuje of Threshinz machines, at the Bcllefonte
Foundry, of "a superior nualitv. for one. two. nnd
four horses; also, the celebrated endless chain or
tread power, for either ouo or two horses, with or
without shakers as may suit tbe purchaser. We
would recommend the tread power particularly
to furmcrs who keep but two or three horses.
The machine nnd power, with thakor can all be
set on a small barn floor, and rain or shine, can
be worked to good advantage by a man and two
boys, thus saving in linnds as well as in horses,
and doing the work as well and as f;ist as most
men dosiro. Our four-horse power machines, with
overshot cylinders, are certainly the best now
made; we could give numerous certificates from
reliable farmers, of both Centre and Clearfield
counties, iim to the good satisfaction these ma
chines have given, but deem it unnecessary. All
machines warranted. Orders by mail will receive
prompt attention. A. II A UPT A CO.,
May 21, 1S62. Bellefonte, Pa.
1 eter Bloom of Ansonville, is an authorized
agent for the sale of machines.
yUKlZ PLOWS. It is now scttlod be
f T yond question that theso celebrated plows
go ahead of all others, wherever introduced, in
giving good satisfaction. For the convenience of
our friends and former customers in Clearfield
county, (to whom we are thankful for past patron
age.) wo give below u lint of agents, from whom
these plows, and also shears, can bo had :
Merrell A Bigler, Clearfield, James Watson,
Williams Grove, John Holt, near Grahamton, S.
S. Chapman, near Kylertown.L. Brandcl. Freneh-
viilc, John Kcitcr, Ivarthaus, George Hockendoni,
Salt Lick, J, W. Hewett. Pennville, Hale A Co.,
aim in. iioyd. rmiipsburg, 1 bourns Henderson,
Jeffries. Henry Swan, Ansonville, Samuel Hegar
ty. near Ulcn Hope, John Cummings, New Wash
ington. Wo also make tho McGarvay plows, both right
ana leit bana, also lull side plows, iron kettles.
New World and Hathaway cook stoves, esrz and
nine plate stoves, iron fencing for cemetrics, cast
iron hiuinng posts, wagon spindles ot all sizes,
threshing machines, (see advertisement). Wo also
have for sale J. S. Marsh A Co's celebratad grain
drill and straw and fodder cutters ; we are also
prepared to make nnd fit up mill- castings of any
description wanted. Orders, cither directed to
us by mail or through any of the above named
agents, will reneive prompt attentson.
Bcllefonte, May 21, '02. A. IIOUPT A CO.
FJ BOLSTER'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby
.a. given, in t tno tollowing accounts have been
examined and passed by me, aud remain filed of
record in this office for the inspection of heirs.
legatees, creditors and all others in any other way
interested, and will be presented to the next Or
phans court of Clearfield county, to be held at
the Court Houxr, in the B-yough of Clearfield,
commencing on the Third Monday of June,
1862. for confirmation and allowance :
The partial account of Jacob W. Campbell and
Washington uaruiner. Kxocutors of last will and
testament of Timothy Lee late of Burnside town
ship. Clearfield county, deceased.
The partial account ot Joab Rider, Adminis
trator of tho estate of John Peter Rider, late of
Covington township, Clearfield countv. deceased.
Tho Guardian account of George Wilson, guar-
J : C x I . . I'll i , i . . .
utuii ui me iuiuor cniiuren oi nooert ijeonaru,
lato ot .Lawrence township. Clearfield county, de
mo account oi v.nrisiopoer rvrarzer. Adminis
trator of tho estate of Anthony Kratzer. late ui
Pike township, Clearfield county, deceased.
The acoonnt of G. W. McCully, Administrator
of all and singular the.eoods and chattels, rights
and credits, which were of Jacob Tipery, late of
tne township ot woodward, in the couutyof Clear-
The account of D. J. Cathcart. administrator of
all and singular the goods and chattels and credits
which were of Jane Wilson, late of the township
of Chest, in the county of Clearfield, deceased.
Jibe administration account of wm. Wallace.
administrator ot .Robert iiutler, late of Lawrence
township, Clearfield county, deceased.
May 14, 1362. Register.
Spring Opening at
IT. W. SMITH & CO'S,
Of the latest and most fashionable
GOO D Si
IIRST QUALITY OF PRINTS, Warranted good
; cloth and fast colors, for sale at our former
prices to wit : 124 cents per yard.
Also, a large stock of Pamina's and Zyeias. the
now raging meterials for travelling costumes
and promenade dresses ;
With a complete assortment of Ladies' Dress trim
mings, Buttons, Tassels. Cords. SkirtBraids, Ber-
, Iin Zephyr w orsted, Shetland Wool. Embroi
dery, Silks, etc. A choice lot of trimmings
. for Zouave's, consisting of Gimp, Silk,
White Bugles, Steel Bugles, Gilt Zou
aves, Blark Zouaves, etc. etc., etc.
With Superior Stock of
Bareges, . . Cords, Alpacas,
Prints, Cottonades, Brilliants,
Cambrics. - Denims. - Lawn robe.
Delape Shawls, Furn. Checks. Handkerchiefs,
Stella Shawls, Hickory stripe, Irish Linnen.
Liiainorayg, jiweeus, won la' sancrior
-ti i rw . .
uinguams, uora, urins, jecs ties.
Lawns, Rep De Laincs, Black Silk
Meillures, Balzorines,' . . Handkerchiefs,'
Kent y Jeans, Mozambiaues. ilooo skirts.
i an. Cassimere, Lace Mitts, Dovlies. Chintz.
Doa't lose the. Oppoxiujuty to Economise!
U.Ota II W. b. A Co 8. Where VOU will reeeive a
superior article at a small advance oncost.
: j Men Awake!! - -
Don't throw away your means when by going te
: xi. v . o. dt co s, you can get a real good
article of a kip. Loot for S3.00.-.
Call . and sea also our men's extra heavy
" i .! Plough Shoes. . .
' As Times are Easincr so are out Prices.
jiLOUK. A lot of good flour on hand and for
ILERRKUL k BIGLER'S.
WANTED. All -finds of grain will betaen
in payment of detis due me. for which the
highest maret prices will te given.
; Deo. 11, 1SS1. . . , , JAjfCSB GRAHAM.
T in ii nrc !A ,ot tf hofw Li(ium' upq
J-JllUUlo i as Brandies of various kinds.
Whiskey, (tin. etc., just received and fir by
Jan. 15. 1362 MERRELL A-BIG LKK.
pno Oil I Ju received and opened tho
VUtll VJll! the best art icl of
BURNING AND LUBRICATING OILS.
Also Benzine, an article that supplants turpentine
in many uses, all whi'h will be sold cheap fcr
eh by MERltELL A EIGLER.
LI 31 E! L I M E ! ! -I'.jrnur Ijmm vour
Lsiiuls. The subscriber would iufnrm th
farmers of Clearfield countv. that ha k re a ooa-
stantly on hand "at the Jones Kiln at Tyrone a.
large stouk of lime, aud will furnish on contrart
any quantity at the terminus of the Tyrone and
March 19. 1S62. WM. II. ROBERTSON.
N. B. Lime constantly on hand at Sandv Ridr
Station, on the Tyrone and Clearfield Railroad.
-The undersigned have re
cently added a. very ex
tensive assortment to their former large stocK of
II A K I) W A K E,
Which they are prepared ti 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 bare on hand, and therefore to their ad
vantage to purchase of us. Give us a trial.
Jan. 15, 1S62. . MERRELL A BliiLER.
TH AN EVER.
The undersigned have just received from tbe eait
an extensive and varied assortment of the best
COAL OIL LA Mrs,
ever brought into the county, which they offer at
prices, cheaper than the cheapest. One advant
age in buying from us i. if the burners become
loose we fiisten them without charze Now is the
time to buy. We also repair lamps and put new
burners on when desired.
Jau. 15, ltill MERRELL A BIGLER.
rust received at the ' Corner Store," Curwens
villo, a new and seasonable stock of roods.
which will be sold upon reasonable terms.
Clover and timothy scol of a rood onalitT f,.r
sale low, by WM. IRVIN.
Grain o all kinds, bacon and lard, fur ! t
the '"corner store" by WM. IRVIN.
One new two-horse waxon for sale, innnire nt
Curwcnsvillo. of U'M. IRVIN.
One pair of jrool heavy oxen for a!e hv
March 1262. WM. IRVIN
VO. 2, WAKE FT ! The undersigned would
1 1 respectfully inform the citizens of Clearfield
and vicinity, that ho continues to do all kinds r.f
Blacksmithing ou short notice and in the very
best style, at tho Old Shop alongside of the Town
Hall. Edge tools of all kinds iu ad a and A re-wed
in tho best manner, and warranted to give entire
satisfaction. The puolic will remember, that f
am not in tho habit of turninz off iobson ncconnt
of not being able to do them. All I ask is a trial.
and then the public may judge .f the work for
themselves. Remember "tho '-Did Shop" at tha
Town Hall. JAMES 11AKK.
Clearfield Pa , August 13. 1 SO I .
N. B. Any jobs that Mr. Pufsmore cannot cm.
cute, will be done on very short notice.
M.ME. DE.UOKEST'S QUARTERLY MIR-'
ROR OF FASHIONS. Great improvements.
the Summer number will contain Four laree and
splendid Fashion-Plates, Three full-sized Paterns,
comprising the new trench wait, au elegant
sieve, and a Misses sack, together with nearly 100
engravings oi an tne novelties lor summer bon
nets, cloaks, trimmings, children s dresses, etc ,
and valuable information to Milliner. Dress
Mukers, Mothers, and Ladies trenerall v. present
ing the largest aud best Fashion Magazine in the
world, published 4 7J Broadway, .New 1 orlt. and
sold everywhere at 25 eta., or sent by mail post
free, on roceipt of amount. Yearly SI with tba
following valuable premium. Each yearly sub
scriber will be entitled to theselection of DO cents
worth of plaiu patterns, from the dt.'si'Mis in the
book, or from the show room, or they may be or
dered aud sent by mail any time during theyear,
oy paying tne postage.
Splendid inducements to canvassers. Summer'
number will be ready on or about the 1st of May. :
The subscriber has opened a full and com
plete assortment of D It U G S in the new brick
building which he recently erected on the corner
of Locust and Cherry streets, in the Borouirh of
Clearfield, where he will at nil times be happy to
accommodate jtny personwho may desire articles in
his line The business will be confined strictly to a
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION BUSINESS.
and no pains will be spared to render satisfaction.
JJr. vtood, may alwavs be found aud consulted.
in the '"Drug Store," when not absent on profes
sional business. A sejarat room fur consults
tion is attached to the Store, where patients may
be examined privately.
Every article usually found in such an estab
lishment will be kept on hand, and sold at greatly
reduced pi ices. Term bt-tug strict! i (Jash willen
ablethem toofter inducements in the way of prices.
rnysicians win ce supplied at a small percent
age overcost and carriage. Their orders are solici
ted. Every article sold will be pure and of tha
Lest quality. M. WOODS. '
Clearfield, l'a.. rebruary 13, l.Siil-tf. '
M P O R T A N I' A N N O V N C E M EN T ! !
A XT'.-, .l "lIT-.i 1, 17" , ,rv f
JL V t it UI 111 1VI IU V II 1 II I
The undersigned informs his old friends and th
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 us they can be purchased in the county, and
of as good quality, if not better. He respectfully
solicits all to give him a call and examine Lis
stock before purchasing elsewhere, and he feels
certain that they will buy from biin.
jyll MATTHEW FORCEE". '
EW FIRM AND NEW GOODS-
JOHN & JERKED F. IRVIJ7.
The undersigned give notice that on the I3th A
pril they 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 publio 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-OOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENS,
WARE, HARDWARE, AC, AC, ?
specially adapted to the wanta of tha community,
and will sell the same at the lowest cash price.
Also, a largo assortment of Bots, Slues, Hats
and Caps, of the latest styles ajd best quality, all
of which they intend to sell at reasoncble rates.
Also, an extensive stock of the must fashionable
, READY-MADE CLOTHING,
at prices to suit the times. Now is the time to.
purchase. Call in atiu examine our stock before
you purchase your goods, and we feel confident
that we can supply you with all kinds of goods,'
at as low prices and on as re&sonableterins asyou
oan procure tbem elsewhere. Give us a trial- '
. JOHN IRVIN, : ' a
May 30; I860. J ERRED V. IRVIN.
N. B. Tersons indebted to the old firm, are re
quested to oall aHd settle my 30.