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THE JOURNAL. .
CLEARFIELD, PA., DEO'R 3, 1862. -
of Cari i?aving Tyrone Station.
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1 7.45 a.m.
10.50 a.m. .
9.07 p.m. 9.5(1 p m
2.12 a m
ft. 23 a.m.
5. OS p.m.
I 5(1 n m
7.50 a m.
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6.45 p m. $.04 p.m.
315 p.m. 2.30 p.m.
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Tli lASt of r o
!itiu Tie way train only runs between
and AIW"- Ksorff T.ru is rtn"l Snnt.
those two V:,
wa noiti"- ' r :
jjjr, Sferal bind . 4'uVrters of good beef
fkcn ,ne ""oornei umce," in pay-
mf3toi accounts; ,
j-act when our armies win victories,
the reputation of our country wil be at a pre
mium, and gold will not.
TriKiTS. Several Turkeys will bo taken
la payment of subscription, at the Joiirkal 6T
jflce, if brought soon.
Thanksgivisg. The day was pretty gener
ally observeJ in Ibis place. Services were
bad in several of the churches.
Tax Weather. Several inches of snow
hare fallen, during the past week, in this sec
tion; but the weather being unusually mild
for the winter season, it has mostly disap
peared. Leo Smasde'd. A Mr. Robert McCIoskey
had one of his ankles smashed, and the knee
of the other leg badly cut by the cable, whilst
Id the act of tying np a boat on the Clarion
river on the 21st November.
Installed. On the 16th November, the
Rev. J. P. Flentz was regularly installed as
Minister of the Lutheran congregations con
stituting the Indiana charge, he is a young
nian of air promise and ability.
Relioioi's By Divine permission the Lord's
nipper will he administered in the Lutheran
Church in this place, on Sabbat li morning
text. Services to commence at 10 o'clock
Preparatory services on Saturday at 2 o'clock
Wood. A number ot persons having prom
!ed us wood in payment of then accounts,
will plea-e deliver it without delay other
uise. we will have to buy, and perhaps disap
point those who have agreed to pay us in that
Isji-bt Death. On the 20th Novem
ber, Solomon Aaron of Limestone township,
Clarion county, had his skull ko severely frac
tured by the falling of a beam at acid r press,
Iliat he died in a few hoi.rs after the occur
rence. For Bots A War-vi-to. On the 21sf No
TemNr. a boy nirned Ho'weaVfTi, of Cherryhill
township, Indiana county, was so severely in
jnreJ, by a stone being hurled against him by
another boy, that he died on the following
day. This should be a warning to at I boys
lio are in the habit of throwing sfativa at
each other. '
A Soldier's Fi .kbal. The' body . f James
T. Junes, whose death' we noticed last week,
arrived here on Satnrday afternoon. The fti
iiiTal obsequies took place on Sund.iy. His
remains were followed o the burial ground on
the hill !y a large concourse of people pre
creded by the Cleat Geld '-Suxe Horn Band"
a:id i detail ot military. May. hs rest in peace.
Ss Kill;:d. Mr. Sam'! Cut bin of JefTcr-
fjnconr.rv, was SulK-d on T.V'.rsdiv the 27lh
November, in lite fbllo.vjng manner t Mr. C.
was engaged in running a raft on ths North
Fork of Clarion river, and in pissing roand a
slx.vt twiil the oar got fast in s-me brush ani
threw Mr. C. into the creek, when ho was
caught between the raft and a rock. Ills body
was recovered nest morning, and on examina
tion it wis f..nnd lhat his head was complete
V smashed, breast bone-broken, and left arm
broseu in two places. Mr. C. leaves a wife and
bree small children to mourn his sad death.
A Iltno Exgixeer. Some twoweeks since
passenger train was coming up the Mountain
from Johnstown, a short distance in the rear
fa heavy rejght train. At tho foot of one
T the beavi est gride the passenger locomo
tive wu detached for the purpose of assisting
tt'e freight train p the grade. At this mo-a'-nt
the engineer, Mr. Powell Sharp, observ
1tiiat the freight train had broken loose and
running with Katwense velocity on tbe
Togcr train, and nUer destro;tion seemed
Inevitable. Mr. Sharp, however, was up to
!e immergency. He at once put his engine
w motion to meet the M-cgiiive" freight cars,
and nm to meet them at full speed. The re
sult ws the destruction of the freight train
nd the saving of ,he ,ives of thu Jiasgengers
n other train, the p.-rssengers at once
contributed $300 as a teStrajon'al of their
"auks for ;he preservation of their Jives by
"ie noble engineer, who risked bis life to save
tboai; of the passengers under bis care. Long
tor be he remembered for this gjnerous act.
AStose wtTH a Heart in it. A notable
Instance of benevolence is related of Aruasa
k'ooe, the great railroad man of Cleveland.
as among those drilled, in Cuyahoga
conniy, Ohio, and tipon learning the fact bid
-'-K) fort aubstitate.. Shortly after, a nian
THied for the position, and Mr. Stone wrote
check for tho anove amount. Mr. Stone, on
king enquiries regarding the pecuniary af
rsoftbe man, learned that he was poor,
nd had a wife and seven children depending
6P" hitn. He recalled the check lor $200,
"rote one for $2,000, and gave it to the
u"titute. A Tery generous act, indeed.
Cbcde PtTRotrt The. Franklin Citizen
KV k?'JI at Utest ,dTice. not command.
lr.h -gb ,rice" itdidaneelc g..the
Ueco..mV A'Iegheny havinK linUId
ordTnV.nnn d,cul.li f transportation. Ac
uing to lh best information t .
-nnt sent . Pittsburg , .one. during' ,
e? "."ot far irom ifMijfur Mrrels."
CLIPPIJTGS AND SCEIBBLINQS. ,
n"Plenty weddings and mud, during the
past month. .''., ' '
"Slippery the plank side walks, these
("Scarce fresh butter and the "spondu
lix." Would like to have "a few."
Q"The yoiiiig lady who I cat trie gentle
man's fancy has returned it with thanks.
rr7"The Cotton Mills at Lowell, Mass., em
ploy 4,900 hands, only 200 less than In 1860.
QNi'ne thousand horses are employed in
the hospital service of the United States army.
C7"X)oh't take too much interett in the af
fairs of your neighbors. Six per cent, will do.
ILAH the cotton and tobacco in Richmond
has been destroyed, for fear of the Union army
EE-The paper mills of the State of Maine
are forced to Stop manufacturing for the want
CJ"it is estimated that Maine has paid in
bounties over $2,000,000, varying from $20 to
$300 per man.
C?Oak is being cut in large quantities on
the mountains hear Manchester, Vt., for tbe
CCTfjen. Butler, it is stated, will soon or
der a draft in New Oilcans, to fill up vacan
cies in hi.-several regiments.
lIA sew volcano has been discovered in
a mountain In Iceiand, the top of which is
covered perpeVaally Vitli "snow.
rjCT-Wuile it is very unjust to say that avery
Democrat is a traitor, it is a fact trial every
traitor claims to be a Democrat.
CjKa firm in Philadelphia are making C0,
'OOO Waterproof blankels in the form of Span
ish cloaks, fur the Pennsylvania troops.
3CFFour tiain loads of the II irper's Ferry
parolled prisoners passed over the Penn'a Rail
road from t.'ie West, last week, tki their way
ttWe know a good naftired bachelor so
generous that, poor fellow, he would give e
ven his heart away,- if be could only find an
interesting object to take H.
CI7"Tlic rebel papers are gratified with the
patent democrats success in Pennsylvania, but
fear the ravy, knowing there are no "politics"
in the firing ot its big gnus.
CThe Grenada "Appeal" calls the rebel
troops invading Kentucky 'the arrows of
vengeance." We guess that most of Iherii ar
rows arc in n quiver ere this.
CCp-Nine thousand Italian priests have jast
presented a petition to the Pope, in which
they entreat of him, in the name of roliglon,
to nbaudon tho temporal power.
?".Mr. A., I understand yo6 said I sold
you a barrel of hard cider that had water in it."
"No, no," was tho reply, "I only said you
sold me a barrel of water with a little cider
CC7" Vanity Fair's advice to Brigadiers is :
'Coin, old boys! go in, and lose your legs
Think of the facilities this will afford you when
the war is over, forstnraping ycur respective (
V?Ke".Iark by a city scavenger: "When
dead horses and other garbage is left lyin.'
loose around a camp, the newspaper reporter
writes and says : "Our army is again assuming j
"ijPrculice saysthat the people ofthe reb
el cities point proudly to the long, rank grass
in their streets, as proof of the astonishing fer
tility of the Southern soil in comparison with
the sterile jToitti.
!TFTho Charleston Mercury says "the. Yan
kees love the nigger." T!le complexion of a
large portion of the servile population of the
South is a pretty strong indication that tho
chivalry "love the nigger."
Distress'inj Casi.ai.ty There Brothers
BntttD Alive. On Friday morning, Novem
ber 21st, Jonathan Smeigh, ol Windsor town
ship, York county, came to their death under
tbe following painful circunistalites : It bp
pears that sortie time during tlie forenoon of
that day, they came to the bouse for a mattock
to dig out a rabbit that had taken shelter from
the dog pursuing it tinder the roots cf a large
tree that had been felled by a late storm. The
trunk of the tree was cut of. the usual distance
from the roots, leaving an ordinary length of
stump, but very heavy, as the tree had been
a large one. The three lads, tlie oldest about
13 or 1G years of age, commenced to dig un
der the upturned roots, to which was attached
a large quantity of soil, arid, from some cause
or other, the whole mass turned over to its
former place, burying the unldrtbhate children
alive. At noon tbe father came home, inqui
red after all three of them and was informed of
the mission they bad gone on.. Not returning,
however, until after the nsual dinner hour,
he became uneasy and went in pursuit of them.
As he came to the scene of the disaster, he
saw the faithful dog lying near, and the up
righted stump, together w ith the demonstra
tions ofthe animal, at once made him realize
the sad fa to of his only three sons, as he dis
covered one of their leet projecting from the
g 'roand. In an almost frantic condition be
was obliged to travel some distance to several
neighbors for assistance to resurrect the un
fortunate v retinas, which was accomplished near
nightfall but, alas I what a scene presented
itself tho mangled and dead bodies of three
loving and beloved sons, who, a few hours be
fore, in alt tho tuoyancy of youth and health,
were engaged in one of the moat exciting and
pleasing sports of tbe school boy, when the
grimand unwelcome messenger of Death so
ruthlessly ovortook them.
How to Ccrb A Fstoir. When one of these
painful torments appears on the hand, says an
exchange, apply a piece of rennet soaked in
milk to the affected part, nd renew the appli
cation at brief intervals, until relief is found.
Tho rennet may be obtained of any butcher.
It has been tried in many cuss, and It has nev
er fai'ed to afford relief. V' i
The Latest jfews. -
Received by Tuesday Evening's Mail.
Congress. This body met On Monday last,
December 1st. A telgraphic dispatch states
that the President sent in his message at an
early hour that he favors colonisation, and
enclosed his emancipation proclamation of
September, and says there is no iiiie, straight
or crooked, suitable for a national boundary
upon which to divide and that he recom
mends the adoption of an amendment to the
Constitution. proosins that the slave Slates
shall abolish the institution before tbe 1st o
January lOO, trie owners to be compensated
by tbe United States. lie also maintains that
without slavery the iebellidri could never have
existed, and without slavery it could not con
tinue. We will prini tlie message in our
next weeks paper.
Brig. Gen. Stab!, b? Siegel's army corps
with 800 cavalry attacked the rebels at Snick
er's Ferry, on the 30th, and followed them in
to their camps fcn the others side of the river
near BerrvV'jile driving the rebels in all di
rectious. Nearly all the rebel officers were
captured and their colors taken. Another
body of cavalry was also attacked and routed
ami 40 men with their fcorSes taken prisoners
and fifty killed ani: wounded and two colors
One wagon load ni pistols and carbines were
picked up on the road by our men. which were
thrown away by tho flying rebels. Eighty cat
tie and eighty horses were also brought in
Our loss in killed and wounded was Art een.
New rebel earthworks appear almost daily
one the hills back of Freder;ckslnrg whils
some of their camps disappear. A few shots
were thrown over the river by bur ieft wtng
batteries, probably to try the tango of tho
guns. Five gunboats are in the Rappehan-
nock, opposite King George Court House.
On the 27th the rebel cavalry (Hampton's
Legion) crossed the river above Fredericks
burg, and captured most of the men of two
'companies of the 3d Penn'a Cavalry.
Geh'. Burnside made a brief visit to Wash
ton ion Vbe28ih, and had an iuterview with the
President and Gen. Halleck. He has retured
to his headquarters.
. Jackson is reported to be at Culpepper, on
his way to Fredericksburg.
On the 27th ult., by the Rev. T. D. Got-
walt. pastor of the Methodist E. Church, W
M. McCcixorffH, Esq., to Mi3s Will. Socth-
ari, botli t'f this placs.
TESTATE OP 1)11. G. "VV. STEWART,
M-a .Ufci,ASJt.u Police is bereby given, to all
parties concerned, that Letters Testamentary h ave
this day been issued to me, on the Kstaie of Dr.
(. W ikewnrtj late 'of Clearfield county deceased.
All persons having claims uaraint said estate will
present them duly authenticated for settlement,
and those persons indebted to the same will make
immediate payment to MAKV E. STEWART,
EiecUtri of Q. W. Stewart, deceased
New Washington. November 2. 18n2.
Fall and Winter (roods.
The undersigned has just returned from the
east, arid is opeuing a largo stock of seasonable
goods, at bis store in Ansonville such as Cloaths,
Cassimeres, and Satinetts: Ladies dress irooda.
Cloth Cloaks and Couneti'; Ready-mado clothing;
Hardware and Groceries; Boots and Shoes; Salt
and Leather. Cooking-stoves and Stove pipe ; in
fact, a good, assortment of such articles as are
neeueu uiiuu senson 01 ine year, country pro
duce taken in exchange for goods Coh not re-
:u3ca. U. SWAX.
Ansonville. November 23. 1S"2.
REGISTER'S NOTICE. Notice is hereh
J' given, that the following accounts have been
examined and passed by rt!, .and remain filed of
record in tbis olnce for tba inspection of heirs,
legatees, creditors, and all others :n any other way
interested, and will be presented, to the next Or
phans" court of Clearfield county, to bo held at
the Court Hon, in the Borough, of Clearfield,
commencing on the Second Monday of January,
tor confirmation ana allowance:
The Final Administration account of Theodore
Weld, Adminhtorof UeortfO Dollen, late of Becca
ria township. Clearfield county, Penn'a. dee'd, of
whom John H eid, jr., was the tirst Administrator.
The Pinal accouutof Theodore Weld, Executor
of the last Will and Testament of John Weld, late
of Becuaria township, Clearfield Co.. Pa., dee'd.
The Final account of J. C. McCIoslrev, Admin-
iitratorof all and singular, the goods and chattels.
-L . . 1 - I : . . i. t. r x- .i i 'Pi . .
tiuu auu i-rcuiu). wuiuu nereox oilman iU vtua
key. late of Pike tp.. Clearfield Co., Pa . do'd.
The Final account of Je.-se Button and Mary E.
Kelly, Administrators of all and singular, the
goods and chattels, rights and credits, which were
of James M. Krllj. late ot Beccaria township,
Clearfield county. Pertn'a. deceased.
The final account of Wht AlcCracken, Adminis
trator of all and singular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits, which were of Wm. McCrack
eh. Sr , late of Bell township. Clearfield Co.,deo'd.
The final account of John Weld, (dee'd.) Guardi
an of Hannah Hoover, one of the children and
beirsof Abba Hoover, late of Beccaria township,
Clearfield county, Pennsylvania deceased.
The final account of Jeremiah Hoover and Ja
cob Beams. Executors of the Ihst w'll and testa
ment of Henry Beams, late of Morris township,
. ' . . JAMES WRM LEY,
November 12, 1363". Register'.
EXECUTORS SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE. The subscribers will offer
by publie outcry at the public house of David S.
Plotner in the Borough of New Washington, com
mencing at 10 o'clock. A M.. on Friday the IVth
day of December next, the following" described
real estate of James Thompson, deceased, via :
No.' 1 . A tract of timber land in Chest township,
Clearfield county, adjoining laTids of Armstrong
Curry, the heirs of John Irvin, dee'e, John Tea
pie and others, containing 31 acres and 105 perch
es and allowance.
No. 2. A tract of land id Chest township. Clear
field county, adjoining tbe Above mentioned tract,
lands of Jonathan Westover. George Crist and oth
ers, containing 1 13 acres and 55 perches and al
lowance, part of this tract is cleared and a dwel
ling boose and stable thereon, now in the occu
pancy of Wm.B. Thompson.
No. 3. The undivided one half part of 150 acres
of timbered land in Chest township. Cambria
county, adjoining- other land of said James
Thompson. dec,d. and Wm.Sumervilleand others.
No. 4.- Tbe undivided one hair part of 270 acres
of timbered land in Chest township, Cambria co.,
adjoining the above last mentioned tract and oth
ers Chest creek runs through all of the above
No. 5. A tract of timbered land in Chest town
ship, Clearfield county, adjoining lands of Wm.
Westover. Daniel Fry John Port and others, con
taining 149 aeres and allowance.
TERMS OF SALE. One third of the purchase
money cash or personal security to the satisfac
tion of the Executors, fayaole 1st May 131:). the
remainder in two equal .annual payments with in
terest, first payment to be made May 1st 1354. to'
be secured by Judgment Bond and Mortgage, with
clause restricting the cutting of timber farther
than payment is made. WM. FEATH and
N. Washington, no v. 2. JAMES M'EWEN.Ex'rs
"COLOUR A good article tor sale at tha store of
.;Uan,0J -fa'.wH . V-iearnem. t
STRAY BULL. Came trespassing on the pre
mises of the subscriber in L pion townohip. "in
the month of June, 1882, a black bull, about twS
years old ; the owner is requested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges, and tale him away,
or he will be disposed of as tbe law directs.
No-12. 1862-p. ; T ' HENRY UNNINUER.
PLASTERING The subscriber having lo
cated himself in the Boroneh r.f riparfiW
would inform the publicthat he is prepared to do
work in tbe 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. 1353. EDWIN COOPER
E STRAYS Strayed away from thesubscri
. ber residing in Lawteuce township, some
time in the month of August. 8 head of yearling
cattle, one white, one black, and the others red
and brindle 6 steers and two heiffers, one hav
ing on a bell. Also, 5 head of sheep having a
crop off the left ear. Any information respect
ing the above estrays will be gratefully acknowl
edged. Oct. 23, 1H62 p. AMOS B. TATii
IIAIRS !! CHAIRS !!! CHAIRS !!!!
V .NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY !! !!
The undersigned has now on hand, at his Furni
ture Rooms ou Market St., Clearfield. Pa., a short
distance West of Litx's foundry, a large stock of
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS,
manufactured out of the best materials, finished
in a very superior manner, and which he wilt sell
LOW FOR CASH. His long experience in tbe bu
siness maksshim fee! confident that his chairs are
made in a substantial fthd Workmanlike manner,
and will stand the test of trial. Persons wishing
to purchase chairs should call at once andtget
them while they can be had st the lowest rats.
Feb 27. 1801. JOHN TROUTMAN.
T 1ST OF LETTERS rcmaini
in the rnst
1 i Office at Clearfield, on November
Ammerman. J. F.
Bam, Miss A.
Boa!, Christian .
Brown, Philip, 2.
Brown, Miss Mary li
.Nelson, Miss Nancy,
Peterm an. Jacob
Bubb,,Juhn . ...
Records, Miss Eiiiabeth
Hatch lief. David
Snvder. Wm. H . -
Cyphert. Miss Margaret Shaw, Miss Mary
Davis, Joseph Smith. Miss Mary J.
Harsh. (orge- . . Swan. Miss Mary A.
Maines, Miss Nancy J. ;Vanvalin, Oliver
Martin, Wui. . WUU, Mri. Joan
Mincer, Mrs. Fanny, 2 Wagner, Mrs. Frances II.
Persons calling for letters will please say that
they are advertised. M. A. FRANK, P. M.
THE ARMY MOVING !
AND NEW GOODS ARRIVING !
Jk F&ESII ARRIVAL OF
Fall and Winter Goods
' CHEAP CASK S'TORE.
'. . and opening, a carefully selected
II and Winter goods, consisting cf
stock of Fa
DRY-GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Hardware, Queen swaive7
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS AND GLASS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
BUCKETS AND BASKETS,
Sffliool Books and Stationary,
NAILS AND SALT, 1
And a great Variety of other useful articles, ail of
wtiicn will be sold cneap tur.ca.-ih. or ex
changed for approved produce.
Go to tbe "cheap cash store'
goods at fair prices.
Nov. 12, 1S32. ;
if you want to boy
WM F. IRWIN.
J. I. OATZE R,
F0BEIGN ANB DOMESTIC DEY-G00DS, ETC.,
trout Street above the Acalemy,
Has just received a general assortment of
hoop skirts, shawls.
ming, head nets, caps, nubics, hoods, sont.-igs. cor
sets, gloves, collars, scarfs. Comforts, crrenadine
veils, titble covers. "
Coats, pants, vests, overcoats, gents shawls, shirts.
uats, caps, under shirts and drawers, boots, shoes,
gum shoes, buifalow shoes, crovats. collars, gloves,
hardware, queensware. notions, musical coods.
Tea, coffee, molasses, susar, salt, candles, rice.
flour, bacon, fish, tobacco, candles, rasins, cur
rants, spices, crackers, wines, brandies, vineirr.
oils, varnish, alcohol, tin ware, class ware, wood-
ware, sta ionary.
Carpet, oilcloth drugget, looking glasses, cloaks,
eburns, wasn boards, tubs, buckets, flat irons, pans.
window blinds, wall paper, coal-oil lamps, um
brellas, bed cords, knives and forks, spoons. crocks.
stove blacking Alt of which will be sold on the
most reasonable terms, and the highest market
price paid for grtin, wool, shipping furs, and all
kinds of country produce. J. P. KRATZER.
Clearbeld, November 19. 1SR2.
AYUiVS PILLS Are you sick, feeble and
complaning I Are you out ol order with your
system deranged and your feelings uncomfor
table f These symptoms are often the prelude
to serious illness. Some fit of sickness is
creeping upon you, and should be averted by
timely use of the right remedy. Take
Ayer's Pills., and cleanse out the disordered
humors purity the blood, and let the fluids
move on unobstructed in health again. They
stimulate the functions of the body into vig
orous activity, purity the system from the
obstructions which make disease. A cold set
tles somewhere in the body, and obstructs its
natural functions. These if not relieved, react
upon themselves and the surrounding orgtns.
troducing general aggravation, suffering and
disease. While in this condition, oppressed
by the derangements, take Ayer's Pills, and
see how directly they restore the natural action
of health again. What is true and so apparent
In this trivial and common complaint, is also
n many of t'-e deep-seated and ..dangerous
distempers. The same purgative effect expels
them. Caused by similar obstructions and
derangements of the natural - functions of ihe
body, they are rapidly and many of them
surely; cur'd by tbe same .means. None who
know tlie virtues 'of these Pills will neglect to
employ Ibeia when suffering from the disorder
they euro, such as Headache, Foul Stomach,
Dysentery, Biiioiig Coi"pUtots, Indigestion,
erangement of the Liver. Costiveness or
Constipation. As a Dinner Pill they are both
agreeable and effectual. - . -
Prepared by Dr. J. C. A ver A Co.. Lowell. Mass.
Price 25 cents per box Five boxes for $1. ,
.C. D. Watson, Clearfield. Wm. Irvin, Curwens
ville, S. Arnold, Lilthersburg. Eliia Chase. Anson
ville, J. C. Benner, Morrisdale, C. R. Foster, Phil
ipsburg, and Dealers everywhere.
May 7. I8b2 - - -'
ALT a good article, and very eheap at the
store of - ., . . WJI. F. IRWIN, Clearfield.
DISHES AND PLATES Just received
SOOdoien of 6ifbe and plates, all of which
will be sold at half price. . Wholesale dealer are
invited to call at tho cheap Cash Store of '
Oct. 22. 1382. P MOSSOP. , '
A DMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Notiee
a"jL is herehy given that Letters of Administra
tion have been granted to the undesigned, on
the estate of Benjamin Tingling, Esij-- !a'e of
Bnrnsbie township, dee'd." All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make payment
Without delay, and those having claims against
the same will present them duly authenticated
for settlement to WM. FEATH.
Burnside townshih, " JOHN TINGLING,
Ang.l3. ISY2. ' " -Administrators.
DISSOLVED. The, partnership heretofore
eiisting In the name of Lippliicdlt, Long &
Co.. in the Mercantile basinest at Osceola. Clear
field county Pa., is tbis day dissolved by mutual
consent. Persons knowing themselves indebted
to us, will please call and settle their account and
save trouble. LIPPENCOTT, LONG Co.
Osceola, September 1, 1862. S 10.
The above business will be carried on by .the
undersigned at tbe old stand, at Osceola Mills.
Cle'rfield county Pa. Thankful for former pat
ronage, an solicit a continuance of tho same by
old customers. A. B LONG & SONS.
TVOTICE. AH persons are hereby, notified
i' not to purchase or in any way meddle with
the following property liow in possession of Dan
iel Crowell, via: One Threashins Machine, one
bay horse, one mare and colt, one IwO horse wag
on, one wind mill, one cultivator two plows, one
harrow, six hogs, four ton of hay in the barn and
all grain in the ground of which Daniel Crowell
had an interest in. as the ssid property has all
been purchased by me, and is left with Daniel
Crowell on loan, subject to my disposal t any
time. SAMUEL HEGARTY.
Beccaria township, September 20th, 1S62 -pd.
Fall and Winter Goods.
rlElSENSTEIN BROTHERS & CO.
In the' Manlion HoMso" (Mr. Shaw's old Stand
iiearneid, ra'., have just received a Urge Stock o
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
Boots, Hats. Traveling Bag's, Valises and a large
ana well selected stock of Gents Furnishing goods
Can buy your Clothing, for yourselves and your
lioys in every variety and at low cash prices
by calling at the cheap Clothing Store of
Keizenstcin Bro's fc Co. opposite the
Clobrfield Co Back, where yon
Save at least from 20 to 25 per cer.K All kinds of
Clothing and furnishing goods, are to be
bad at this Store at the lowest Cash prf
ces and receive well made goods.
Would it not be much b'stter to .
Much Valuable tSibe Ey calling at once, and lay
ing in your Stock of Clothing for the Winter
at this Establishment, where you will cer
tainly get the full value for your
llemembcr the place. In the "Mansion House,"
opposite 1'iearneia i;o. lianic.
REIZENSTEIN BRO S & CO.
S eG rain and- Furs taken in exchange at the
ntgnest uinrKei rates.
rjROSPECTrS OF the continen
1. PAL MONTHLY There arc Periods
n ine woria s nisiory maricea oy extraordinary
aid violent c'rliies, rtddert as the break ir.o- forth
of a volcano, or the bursting of a storm on the
ocean. These crises? weep away in a moment the
landmarks ot generations. They call out fresh
iaiem. hnu give io ine oia new airection. it is
then that new ideas are born, new theories dove!
oped. Such periods demand fresh exponents, and
new men lor expounders. . . -
This Continent has lately beeri convulsed bv
an upheaving so .sudden and, terrii! thtthe re
lations of all mch hbd 5l classed to each other are
viclenl disturbed, aiid people look" about tor the
elements with which to sway the storm and di
rect the whirlwind. Just at present, we do not
know what all this is to bring forth ; but wa do
know that great results must dow from such ex
At a juncture so solemn and so important, there
is a special need that the intellectual force of the
country should be active and efficient. It is a
time for great minds to speak their thoughts bold
ly, and to take position as the advance guard. To
this end. there is a special want unsapplicd. It is
that of an Independent Magaf inc. whi h shall be
open to the first intellects of the land, and which
shall treat the issue presented, ami to be presented
to the country, in atone no way tempered by par
tisanship, or influenced byfea'r,l'avoror the hope
of reward , which shall seiic and grapple with
the momentous subjects that the present disturbed
state of affairs heave to the surface, and which
can not be laid aside or neglected. -
To meet this want, the Undersigned have com
menced, under the editorial charge of Charles (J.
Leland. the publication of a. new Magazine, devot
ed to literature and National Policy.
In Politics, it will advocate, with all the force
at itscommand, measures best adapted to preserve
the oneness and Integrity of these L'nited States.
It will never yield to the idea of any disruption
of this Republic, peaceably or. otherwise: and it
will discuss with honesty and impartiality what
must be done tosave it. In this department. some
of tbe most eminent statesmen of tin time will con
tribute regularly to its pages. ......
In Literature, it will bs sustained by the best
writers and aoiest tninKers ot this country.
Among its attractions will be presented, in an
early number, a ' New Serial of American Life,"
by Richard Kimball, Esq.. tbe very popular author
oi "ine Revelations ot v all Mrcet, -St. Legcrt
4c. A series of papers by Hon. Horace Grecly.
embodying the distinguished author's observations
on tbe growth and development of the Grea.
West. A series of articles bv the author of
"Through the Cotton Slates," containing the re
sult of an extended tour in the) seashore Slave
Sjlt'es. just prior to the breaking out ofthe war,
and presenting a startling and truthful picture of
the real condition of that region. NO pains will
be spared to render the literary attractions of the
CoNTsiNTAL both brilliant and substantial The
lyrical or descriptive talents ofthe most eminent
literati have been promised to it pag;s ; and
notning win be admitted wnicn will not be dis
tinguished by marked energy originality, and
solid strength. Avoiding every influence or as
sociation partaking of clique or coterie, it will be
open to an contributions ot real merit, even from
riters differing materially in their views : the
only limitations required being that of devotion
to the Union, and the only standard of accept ano 3
that of intrinsic excellence. ,
The Editorial Department will embrace, in ad
dition to vigorous and fearless comments on the
events of the times, genial gossip with the reader
on all current topics, and also devote abundant
space to those racy specimens of American wit and
tumor, without which there can be no perfttct ex
position of our national character Among those
who will contribute rejrularly to this department
may be mentioned the name of Charles F. Browne
(Artemus Ward), from whom we shall present in
toe Marcn number, the nrstot an entirely new and
original scries of "Sketches of Western Life "
The Costisestel will be liberal and prorrres-
siye. without yielding to chimeras and hopes be
yond the grasp of tbe ago ; and it will endeavor
to reflect the feelings and interests of the Ameri
can people, and to illustrate both tbeir i crlous and
humorous peculiarities. In short, no p uns will
be spared to make it the Representative Mairaaine
of the time. - , .
TERMS : Three dollars per year, In advance
(postage paid by the Publishers ;) Two copies for
9a; three copies tor so, (postage unpaid); Eleven
copies for .20, (postage unpaid). Single numbers
can be procured from any Newa-dealcr in the
United States. The Knickerbocker Mazaxineand
the Continental onthly will be furnished for one
year at St.
Appreciating tbe importance -of literature to
the soldier on duty, the publishers will send the
Continental, gratis, to any regiment in active
service, on .application being made by its Colonel
o Chaplain : he will also receive subscriptions
from those desiring to furnish it to soldiers in the
ranks at naif the regular price : bnt in such cases
It must be mailed from the office of puMieaiion.'
a.n.uitauiVK, no Iremont St., Boston,
Charles T. Evans, at G. P. Putnam's 632 Broad
way, New York, is authorized to receive subscrip
thjos in that city. . ' rpb. 12, 181
PEOrESSIONALft BUSINESS CABP8.
HIL WOODS,' 'Attorney at Law, Indiana," P
i Professional bnsinesspromptly attendo i to
DO. CROCCH,PHrsicia.s, Curwensville. Cleax
field conhty, Penn'a. . May 14.
I J. CRANS, Attorney at Law and Real Estate
J. Agent, Clearfield, Pa. -Office-adjoining bis
residence, on Second sti-ett.
WM ViCLI,lS,n' -,t0" Clear
. field. Pa. Office, with L. J Orn. v.
on Second Street.
TiriLLUM A. WALLACE,. Atforiiy.at Law
Y Clearfield, Pa. Office, ndjoinicir his U
denco on Scebni strict.
ROBERT J. WALLACE. Attorney at Law. Clear
i field. Pa Office in Shaw's uew row. Market
street, opposite Naugle's je widry storo. May 24.
TT F;NAlJ,.LE. Watch and Clock Maker, and
a a . ueaier in vt aicncs, jewriry, 4c. Kooti In
Graham's row, Market street.
HBUCHER SWOOPE. Attorney at Law. Clear.!
. field. Pa. Offict in Graham's Row. four doo
west of Graham i Boynton's store. -' Nov. 10.
P. KRATZER Merchant, and dealer in
Boards and Shinties. Grain and Pnuinn
Front St, above the Academy, Clearfield, Pa, jll
A J. PATTERSON, Attorney at Law. Cnrwens-
will attend to all business en-
trusted to his
care. Office opposite the New
Jan. 15, 13(52." -
WILLIAM F. IRWIN, Marketstreet, Clearfield,
Pa., Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Mer
chandise, Hardware, Qtoeehsw&re, Groceries, and
family articles generally. Nov. 10.
DU.WM. CAMPBELL, offer his professional
services to tbe citizens of Morris and adjoin
ing townships. Residence with J. D. Denning in
Kylertown, Clearfield county. May U,185S.
JB M'ENALLY, Attorney at Law. Clearfield,
. Pa. Practices in Clenrfield and adjoining
counties. Office in new brick building of J. Boyn
ton, 2d Street, one door south of Lauich's Hotel.
JOHNGUELICII. Manufacturer of all kinds of
Cabinet-ware Market street, Clearfield, Pa.
Ho also makes to order Coffins, on short notice, and
attends funerals with a hearse. Aprl0,'59.
RICHARD M()SSOP, DeaTcTiFbreiKnand Do
inesCj Dry Goods, Orocerie?, Flour. Bacon,
Liquors, Ac. Room, on Market street, a few doors
west of Journai OJice, Cleirficld. Pa. Apr27.
LARRIMER A TEST, Attorneys at Law, Clear
field, Pa. Will attend promptly to all legal
and other business entrusted to their care in Clear
field and adjoining counties. August 6, 1856.
J AS H LA.KK1MER. 1MKAEI. TEST.
Dlt. M. WOODS, tenderr bis professional servi
ces to the citizens of CleaVneld And vicinity.
Residence on Seeond street, opposite tbe office of
L.J. Crans.Esq. Office, tbe same that was recent
ly occupied by Hon. G K Barrett, where he can
be found unless absenton piofessional business.
alllOMAS J. M'CULLOUGII, Attorney at Law,
. Clearfield, P3. OIBoe, over the -Clearfield
co. Bank. Deed? and othnr legal instruments pre
pared with promptness and accuracy. July 'i.
D'. o. BVsn. : : : : : : : : t.j.m'ccUocoh
BUSH t M'CULLOUGirS "
Collect wv Ofi-ice. Clearfield, PexS'a.
WniTTEN'S GOLDEN SALVE.--Th
Lrreat l'ros-resive and Hkilt tisr Kfiedy .
An article that prasents a challenge td. the world
to produce in any remedy yet invented, an equal
for the painless and rapid, cure of .external in
flainatory calamities, or diseases. It is good for
Painful Swellings. .Sores, Ulcers, Burns, Scalds,
Rheumatism, Sore throat. Bruises, Spiaics, Cuts.
Tumors, Erysipelas. Warts. Sor eves. Roil
Chapped hands, Frosted feet, etc.., etc. Give it a
trial. Price 20 cents a box. For eala by J AOOii
'JOSS, in Woodward township. jMarch 19,'62.
KOLLOCK'S DANDELION COFFEE.
This preparation, made from th hnst lr.
Coffee, is recommended by phvsicians as a supe
rior nutritious beverage tor General Dehilitv
Dyspepsia and all bilirtus disorders . thousands
whe have lten rotnr elled to aWndott tlU b.-w nf
coffee will use this without injurious effects. Ono
can contains the strength of two pounds of ordin
ary coffee. Price 2j cents. -
KolWk' Lev aix. Tbe pnrcst and best baking
powder known for making light, sweet and nu
tritious Bread and ca!'es. Price l.i ei-nta
.Manafacturet by M. J!. '. liDLLOGft' Chemist.
corner of Broad and Chestnut Su. Phil'a. and sold
oy ail irnggiils an I i.rocers. Feb.- 2$. 1362v.
MISS J. E. MITClIEr.ri
Second Iteet, Clcirfield, Pa.,
(Opposite the residence of L. J. Crans, Esq.)
The undersigned would respectfully inform the
Lndie of Clearfield and .'vicinity, thnt they b a
received an assortment of Fashionable Milliue
ijods, to which they invito their attention.
We also do all kinds of 'millinery work oh
j liciec in the latest style, and on reasonable
------- .Ui 1. vUCLIi.
MONEY SAVED IN BUILDING !To
save money in building, and to put up styl
ish well proportioned and substantial building
for less money than usual. .may be dono by calls
ing on A. Weitman, .Architect and Designer. -
Ihoso who intend to build either an humble res
idence, or a magnificent hall for h c comfort ot
life, will save money by taking the advice of an
experienced Architect, muting preparations in
time, and by obtaibln tbe bills, drafts, estimates,
and, specificnt'.ofjs at the proper time, will gnard
against empty purses before the completion of the
The undersigned would therefore respectfully
inform the citizons of Clearfield and the public in
general that he is at all times prepared to execute
jobs, in his line, on short notiao, and on the most
favorable terms. Having made his business a
regular study with several experienced archi
tects, and having also had l"ng exnerience in the
business, be Matters himself he will'boahle todraw
the best designs of every description of building,
make correct draughts of all Kinds of paterns
models for patent rights. Ac, 4e . and to give en
tire satisfaction to all who may favor him witbt
their patronage. .. .- . ... , -
People from, a distance will, by sending tbe di
mentious ofthe ground plan, with a description of
the location, scenery, and country around it be
gratified with a design suitable in style and order
with the location, scenery and country, and well
adapted lor its special purpose. No charge will
be made if the job shonld not bo satisfactory
Carpenters w ho desire to improve in tbe theot
retical parts of their important profession may al
ways receive instructions in either of the different
branches of Architecture. T, F..1 j.
times be obtained at my office, np stairs in Shaw'a
Kow, or at George Thorn's. Clearfield. Pa.
.May ,7, 62.-bm. A CG USTL'S WEITMAN.
PUBLIC VENTUE. The undersigned will
-- expose to pnolie sale, at his residnca in
v oodward township, on Thursday the 27th day
of November, ltW2, tbe following described per
eon1 PrPy, to wit: Nine horses. 4 eolts. fi
cows, 9 head of young tattle, 25 bogs, one 4-horse
wagon, one, 2 horse spring wagon, one buggy, one
ox cart, one timber cart, i timber al,l.
twin sleds, one sleigh, chains and harness, one
steam engine and boiler, two circular saws, one
shiugle machine. set of car wheels,. tS tuns of
hay, and various otkr articles." . . ,
Terms. A credit of three, six,' nine and twelve
months, (on notes with approved security,) will be
given. ....... '
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day
7lfANTED. 100 Bnshela Flu. SA
L, .cJ,.De. 5-.v:ood at ,he ceap St
Oct. 1,18 2. J. D.THOMPSON, CnrmmsTil,