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dLEAEFrETLD, DEC. 3, 1862.
To win the regard of aome people, give
year hand to auiat them along ; to fain tbe
rwpect of othera, bIp them along with your
foot.; ' ' :J
If tobacco geta scarce, there's no barm
done. If yon can't chew, es-chew.
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til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of
the publisher. - , , S. J. ROW.
COUNTY DIRECTOR V
a. f's TIME OF HOLDING COURT.
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' COUNTT AND DISTRCT OFFICERS.
Praa'tJndre Hon. Samuel Linn, Bellefonte.
Aj'te. Judges lion. J. D. Thompson, Curwensville
lion. James Bloom.
Sheriff, . . ... Edward Perks, .
Prothonotary, John L. Cuttle, .
Reg, A Rec. . James Wrigley, .
District Att'y, Israel Test, . . ."
Treasurer. . . Joseph Shaw, . .
Co. Surveyor, H. B. Wright,
ConuniatVrs, Wm.Merrell, . .
, ; S.C.Thompson,
Jacob Kuntx, . .
Aoditern . . J. B. Shaw, . .
B. C Bowman,
, ., . Chas. Worrell,
Coroner. ... J. W. Potter . .
Co.Superind't Jeeeee Broomall,
. Glen Hope.
. Lecontes Mill
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
' Townships. Names of P. O
Beecaria,- - Glen Hope,
Bell, - - - Bower, -
.... Chest, - - -i
... Cush, - - -
'..-- Ostend, - - -Bloom.
- - Forrest. - - -
Names of P.M.
- G. W. Caldwell.
- W M'Craeken.
- Thos.A. M'Ghee.
- J.W Campbell.
- H. L. Henderson.
- James Bloom.
Boggs. ... Clearfield Bridge, - Jas. Forrest.
Bradford, - Williams' Grove, - Jas. E. Watson.
Brady, - - - Luthersburg, - - R. H. Moore.
. v - Troutville, - - Charles Sloppy.
. . Jefferson Line, - - John Heberlin.
Burnside, - NewWashington$ - James Gallaher.
... Burnside, - - W. C. Irvin.
" Patcbinville, - - Jack Patchin.
Cheat.- -- - Hard. - - - - - G. Toser, jr.
Clearfield,- - Clearfield. - - - M. A. Frank
Covington, - Frenehville, - - P. A. Gaulin.
., . ---Karthaus, - - - J. F.W. Schnarr
Curwensville Curwensville, - - T. W. Fleming.
Decatur, Philipsburg, Centre county, Pa.
- - West Decatur, - - Sophie Radebach
- - Osceola Mills, . - T. F Boalich.
Ferguson, - Marron, - - - - Edin. Williams.
f0Xf . ... Hellen Post Office, Elk eounty, Pa.
Uirard, - - - Leconte s Mills, - C Mtgnot
... Bald Hills, - -Goshen,
- - Shawsville, -Graham,
- Graham ton,- -Guelich,
- Smith's Mills, -.
j - - - - Mauera,
Huston, - - Tyler, - - - -
. m - .... Pennfield, -
Jordan, - Ansonville, - -Karthaus,
- Salt Lick. - -Knox,
-- New Millport, -Lawrence,
- - Breckenridge, -Morris,
- - - Kylertown, - -
. . ... Morrisdale. - -Penn,
- - - Lumber City.t -.
- .... Grampian Hills,
Pike, .... Curwensville, -
" - - - Bloomingville, -Union,
.- - Rock ton, - - -Woodward,
Jeffries, - - -
- A. B. Shaw.
- Thos. II. Forces
A. G. Fox.
- Chas. J. Pusey.
- David Tyler.
- H. Woo (ward
- M. O. Stirk.
- Jas. McClelland
- U W. Spencer.
- A. C. Moore
- T. W. Fleming.
- Benj. F Dale.
. D. K. Brubaker
4 This Post Office w'U do for Chest township.
Will answer for ergi son township,
YDE 1TOUSE, RIDGWAY, PENN'A.
This Hotel is new, and furnished in modern style,
has ample accommodations, and is in all respects
a first class house. bebruarv 6. lol.
JUST FROM THE EAST.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. .C.
MARKET STREET. CLKARriLLD. PA.
Read the ftlloimnz list of coo I and profit tkrrrhy .
VAMP F0& THE LADIES. ,GooJ
1'P. .,. v.-J . 1 -1. r T - itrOOtfs
dies goods such as Coburg Cloth,
Alpacas, le Lames, diubams,
Prints, chints. Kerchiefs. Su
llies. Bonuets, Gloves, eto.
Cheap Always on hand Black. Blue. Brown .Good
Utieap ana ry llotns. r ancy ana Uiask
Choap Casimeres. Sattioets. Cas$iuets,
Chap Tweeds. Plain and Fancy Vest
Cheap .ings. Shirting, etc.. etc. eto.
Cheap Such as Coats, Pants. Vests. Under
Cheapl ihirts. and other Flannel shirts,
Chapy Boots, Shoes. Hats. Caps, Neck
Cheap' ties. Gnm Boots and Shocs.and
lhMpl a variety of other articles.
Unbleached and Bleached 0o'J
Muslins. Colored Muslius. Linen
and cotton table cloths. Oil cloth,
Linen and hemp tow!. car
' pets, curtains, fringe, etc
Cheap If you want Nails or spikes. Manure Goods
or other forks. Saw-mill or other
saws, Smoothing irons. Locks,
' Hinges, eto.. go to Mossop's
where you can buy cheap.
'': - .. IF YOU WANT
Knives and forks. Butcher Knives,
Shoe and Stove black ins. Manilla
i.and hemp ropes. Ink, Paper or
Pens, Powder, Shot or Lead,
etc., buy them at Mossop's.
IF YOU WANT
CAsan.Shoe Last or Pegs. Palm or Fancy Goods
Soap, Starch, W all Paner or Win-
, dow Shades. Lamps, Lamp tubes
or Wicks, coal oil, etc , go to
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
Good extra family Flour, White or!J
brown susar, hams, shoulders or A j.
sides, coffee; Imperial, Young
Hyson or blacs tea, buy them
at Mossop's cheap for cash.
IF YOU WANT
. Tallow candle fine or coarse salt.
syrup or moiassear-cbeeee, dried
apples or peaches, water or so
do cracsers, call at Mossop's
where you can .buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT .
Cheap.Port wine for Medical or Saeremen-
CAeaj tal use, Sw-'et wine, old Monon
Cheap' gahela or rye whisKy, Cherry
CAapj and Cognac brandy, buy at
Cheap " , Moasop s cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
Raisens, Figs. Pruned or dried Cur- Ml'
r,nl4 - ftlhorta .'TOO-IS
rants; nioerts, eream. pecan or
-. ground nuts, candies. Liquorice
or Liquorice root,- buy them
, . - at Mossop's eheap and good. '
IP YOU WANT
To buy any other article cheap, be gj.
"i"" jnHwwp, ior ne sens Goods
cheaper for cash than any other .Goods
person in Clearfield eounty. -nj.
November 27. 131. ' : aPJ7'59.
nntry prodnte of.ery iid taienai
hWW99te iNttWlt JiWsW Mk5 t90eWHf$
Tbe nndersizned has on hand a number or
Flyer s Patent Chums, and Clement's Washing
Machines, which be desires to dispose of. They
are good, and perform their work well.
November 18, 1S63. Ciearfield. Pa.
J JIPORTA.Vr ANNOUNCEMENT ! !
A Fact Worth Knowing!
The undersigned informs his old friends and the
public generally that he has just received and o
peued, 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 dispuse f at as low
rates as they can be purchased in the county, and
of as good quality, if not better. Ho respectfully
solicits all to give him a call and examine his
clock before purchasing elsewhere, and he feels
certain that they will buy from him.'
jyll MATTHEW FORCEE.
CLEARFIELD HOUSE. CLEARFIELD.
PA. Tbe subscriber having purchased the
furniture and interest from H. II. Morrow, in said
House, is now prepared for the reception of tran
sient and permanent boarders. Every depart
ment connected with bis establishment will be
conducted second to none in the county. He res
pectfully solicits a share of publio patronage.
July 11, ISfiO.-y. GEO. X. COLUURN.
BXSK1XG AND COLLECTION OFFICE
LEONARD, FINNEY & CO.,
CLEARFIELD, CLEARFIELD COUNTY, PA.
Bills of Exehanze, Notes and Drafts Discounted.
Deposits received. Collections made, and proceeds
promptly remitted. Exchange on the Cities con
stants on hand. Office, on Second street, in the
room lately occupied oy w. A. n aliace, Jtsa.
James t. leoxard. ::::::::: d. a fixset.
K A. WALLACE. I'llllZZZZA.C. TISSEX.
ust received at the 'Corner Store," Curwens
' ville. a new and seasonable stock of goods,
which will be sold npon reasonable terms.
W.M. in VIA.
Clover and timothy seed of
good qualitv, for
sale low, by
Grain of all kinds, bacon and lard. for sale at
the ' corner store" by WM. IK IN.
One new two-horse wagon for sale, inquire at
Curwensville, of WM. Ill IN.
One pair of good heavy oxen for sale by
March 12,'62, WM. IRVIN.
1VO. 2. WAKE UP ! Tbe undersigned would
11 respectfully inform tbe citizens of Clearfield
and vicinity, that he continues to do all kinds of
Biacksmithing on short notice and in the very
best style, at the Old Shop alongside of the Town
Hall. Edre tools of all kinds made and dressed
in the best manner, and warranted to (rive entire
satisfaction. Tbe puolie will remember, that I
am not in the habit of turning off jobs on account
of not beinz able to do tbem. All 1 ask is a trial
and then the publie may judije of the work for
themselves. Remember the -Old Shop" at the
Town Hall. JAMES IIAFF.
Clearfield Pa , August 13. 1S61.
2i. B. Any jobs that Mr. Pasamore cannot exe
cute, will be done on very short notice.
Market Street, Clearfield, Fa.
Constantly on hand a large and well selected
DRUGS AD CHEMICALS,
Paints, Oils, Tarnishes,
Paint Brnshes, and Brushes of all kinds
PERFUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES.
TOBACCO & SEGARS, STATIONERY,
Liquors for Medical Purposes,
Including Brandy. Whiskey. Gin, Port, Sherry
and Madeira Wines, Ac.
A large stock constantly on hand, of the most
approved make for durability and coajfort.
Doctor will personally superiutend
department of the business.
May 23. 1S62
XEW DRUG STORE.
The subscriber has opened a full and com-
Elete assortment of 1 K T U S in the new brick
uilding which be recently erected on the corner
of Locust and Cherry streets, in tbe Borough of
Clearfield, where he will at all times be happy to
accommodate any personwbomay desire articles in
hisline. The business will he confined strictly to a
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION BUSINESS,
and no pains will be spared to render satisfaction.
Dr. Woods, may always be found and consulted
in tbe '-Drugstore," when not absent on profes
sional business. A separate room for consulta
tion is attached to the Store, where patients may
be examined privatel v.
Every article usually found in such an estab
lishment will be kept on band, and sold at greatly
reduced pi ices. Terms bem. strictly Cash will en
able them to offer inducements in tbe way of prices.
Physicians will be supplied at a small percent
age overcostand carriage. Theirorders are solici
ted. Every article sold will be pure and of the
best quality. M. WOODS.
Clearfield. Pa.. February 13. 1861-tf
OFFICE OF JAY COOKE, Subscription
Agent at Jay Cooke A Co.. Bankers. 114
South Third Street. Philadel phia. Nov. I. li52
The undersigned, having been appointed Sub
scription Agent by the Secretary of the Treasury,
is now prepared to furnish, at once, the
XEW 20-YEAR PER CENT BONDS.
of the United States, designated as '-Five-Twenties,"
redeemable at the pleasure of tbe Govern
ment, after five years, and authorized by Act of
Congress, approved February 2j, 1S6.J.
The Coupon Bonds are issued in sums of $50,
5100 SoOO $1000
Tbe Register Bonds in sums of $50, $100, S500,
SlOt'O. and $5000.
Interest at Six per cent, per annum will com
mence from date of purchase, and is.
PAYABLE IN GOLD,
Semi-Annually. which iseqnal. at the present pre
mium on gold, to about 8 per cent per annum.
Farmers. Merchants, Mechanics. Capitalists. and
all who have any money to invest, should know
and remember that these Bonds are. in effect, a
First Mortgage upon all Railroads. Canals. Bank
Stocks and Securities, and the immense products
of all the Manufactures. Ac, Ac., in the country;
and that the full and ample provision made for
the payment of the interest and liquidation of
principal, by Customs. Duties. Excise stamps and
Internal Revenue, serves to make these Bonds tbt
Best, Most Available and Most Popular
Incest mnt n the Market.
Subscriptions received at Par in Legal Tender
Notes, or notes and eheeka at par in Philadelphia.
Subscribers by mail will receive prompt atten
tion, and every facility and- explanation-will be
afforded on application at this office.
A full supply of Bonds will be kept on hand for
JAT OOOKB, Subscription Agent
1TrGGIES FOR SALE. One Janny
L top Buggy and one open bugsy. both new
for sale at tbe store of
September 17. 1862.
ALT! SALT!! SALT !!! A prime arti
cle of erronnd alum salt, put up hi patent
sa-KS. at S3.2i per sock, at the cheap cash store of
November 27. R. MOSS J P.
ray and llt
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THE TRIBUUE, New-York
SALT! SALT ! S.ALT !rr Just received 1000
Sacks of firstrate Ground Alum Salt.putuptn
Patent Sacks at a-very low price, at the cheap
Cash Store of R MOSSOP.
7 ANTED by the undersigned, a good, so
T T br and industrious journeyman Cabinet
maker. Application to be made soon. Address.
November 19, l?o2. Clearfield. Pa.
rrUVENTY-FIVE HUNDRED ACKES
I OF LAND AT PRIVATE SALE. extending
td the mouth of the Mnshannon. An eiigable
property; on reasonable terms. Inquire of
U. liUOIlEK SVfPE.
Dcel9-tf. Attorney at Law Clearfield. P
At 'he "Corner Store" o : V. m .Irvin,
A general assortment of Dry Ooods, Groceries,
Mackerel in half, quarter, and eighth barrels,
Herring in barrels and half-barrels,
Which will be sold as low as at any other store.
Junel8,lSR2. WM. IRVIN.
. : -j
rTM) CONSUMPTIVES.-The Advertiser. hav
JL ing been restored to health in a few weeks,
by a very simple remedy, after having suffered
several years with a severe lung affection, aud that
dread disease, consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of enre.
To all who desire it. he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge), with the direc
tions for preparing and using the same. which they
will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma,
Bronchitis, etc. The only object of the advertiser
in sending the Prescription is to oenaSt the afflic
ted, and spread information which heeoneeives to
be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and
may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the pre
set iption will please aauress
Lev EUWARD A! WILSON,
Nov. 12-3ni. Williamsburgh, KingsCo., N.Y.
JUST RECEIVlillAT s5ti!
CHEAP JEWELRY STOKE, fli 1 iiS"ya
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 XAUGLE S.
The American Lever of different qualities, can
be had at NAUGLE'S.
Fine setts of Jewelry, such as Cameo, Coral, La
va Jctt. Carbuncle, Uarnett. Opal, Florentine Mo
saic, Gold Stone Mosaic, Porcelain paintings. Ac,
or single pieces at NAUGLE'S.
Plaingold Breastpins,Eardrops,Iloop Earrings,
children's ear drops and rings at NAUGLE'S.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at NAUGLE'S.
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt studs, fob
buckles and guard slides at N A UG LETS.
A fine assortment of gold finger rings of differ
ent styles and quality, gold lockets, coral neckla
ces, silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards, and
ail articles in his line, on hand at NAUGLE'5.
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancy and
common Clocks, and Fancy Time-pieces, from 1.25
to 15 dollars at NAUGLE'S.
Old Gold and Silver will be taken in exchange
All goods warranted as represented, or the mo
ney refunded, at NAUGLE'S.
if you wish your watches put in good repair
and warranted, take them to NAUGLE'S.
SECOND SUPPLY OP
ew Summer Goods,
AT THE OLD PRICES.
J. J?. KItATZER,
U as just received another general assortment of
Summer Dry Goods.
Ladies Prominaie Jackets, Bonnets
Sun Umbrellas. Carpets. Fluor oil-cloths. Hats
and Caps. Hoots and Shoes.
coffee, tea. molasses, sugar. saU. candles, rice,
spices, flour, tobacco, syrup, candies, essence of
coffee, pu!veri.ed sugar, crackers, starch. Soda,
soenn and tallow candle, black tea. saleratus.
wines, uiaukeral. shal. salmon, cod-fish, herring.
It A KD WAKE A QUEENS WARE.
Clothing, Notions. Jointed hoop tkirts, Shakers.
Violins, fifes, strings, bridges, bows, keys, precep
tors music paper, rosin.
Tin-wnre glass-ware, drugs, lamps buckets, tubs,
churns, brooms, wall paper, blinds, umbrellas,
baskets, sc'iool books, varuish. moss, curled hair,
coach varnisii. spirits of turpentine, lead and oil,
fish oil. coal oil. glass, etc.. in fact a little of every
thing usti.-i'ly kept in a country store
All of which will be sold on the most reasonable
terms for csh or approved coantrr proda?e.
Mav2-i. IS-52 J. P KKATZER.
In renewing of my acquaintance with the many
friends of my medicine. 1 deem it proper to cau
tion them and the publio. generally, against the
use of an article prepared and sold by a man call
ing himself -Geo. H. Keyser, Pittsbury, Pa.," who
has tbe impudence to call it
LINDSEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER,
and states that it is made from my recipe, and. as
if to carry out a regular game of -itop Thief,"
he tells ihe public that "there is a counterfeit iu
tbe market.'' to see that name is over the cork
of every bottle"' Ac He also publishes the most
extravagant certificate headed -A Blind Man
Cured" " Bad Sore Leg Cured," Ac. I allowed
him to proceed in this way for nearly twelve
mouths, knowing that those who had either used
or sold my article would have nothing to do with
his. but I found there was a number unacquaint
ed with mine who were induced from the above
statements to give his a trial Tbe consequence
was disappointment to them and injury to me. as
they would at once pronounce Liudsey's Blood
Searcher a humbug, without knowing that mrne
ONLY GENUINE BLOOD SEARCHER
which has proved itself to be invaluable in the
cure of . . .
Scrofula, Cancerous formations, Cutaneous dis
eases. Erysipelas. Boils. Pimples on the face,
Sore eyes, Scald Head, Tetter affections,
. Old and stubborn Ulcers, Rheumatic
Disorders. Dyspepsia, Costiveness.
Jaundice, Salt Kheum. Mercurial diseases. Gen
eral debility. Liver complaint, Loss of appe
tite. Low spirits. Foul stomach. Female
complaints. Together with all other
disorders from an improper con
dition of the circulatory system. As a general Ton
. ic. its effects are most benignant, and cannot
fail to benefit, where use4 perseveringly,
and according to directions.
Those desiring my genuine Blond Searcher
must be careful in purchasing, as counterfeit med
icine is like counterfeit mo: ey. it ean be afforded
at low prices which U a sufficient inducement
with some to endeavor to palm it off for genuine
Buy only from Respectable Dealers Ask Dis'
tinctly for the
It LOO D SEARCHER
prepared by ME. and take, no other
,aL!y i- R MfiMurray. New Washington,
and H T. Henderson A Co , Bethlehem, and all
good drajgisU and storekeepers throughout the
country. J. M LINDSEY. M D
t Hollidaysburg. Pa.
i. K.. F, Kinports, wholesale and retail
gents. Cherry tree. Indiana county. Pa
nnon MuHg, Pittebarj, Pa., Sola agB.
MORRISDALE DOUSE.--Tbe undersign,
ed having taken tbe Morrisdale House, sit
uate in tbe town of Morrisdale, Clearfield county
respectfully solicits a share of the public patrou
sgf . No pains or expense will be spared to ren
tier Bests comfortable. Charges moderate.
April 2. '62 GEORGE RICHaRDS.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia
for tbe relief of the Sick and Distressed,
afflicted with Virulent and Chronic Diseases, and
especially diseases of the Sexual Orgacs. Medi
cal advice given gratis by the Acting Surgeon.
Valuable reports on Spermatorrhoea or Seminal
Weakness, and other, diseases of tbe Sexual Or
gans, acd on the New Remedies employed in the
Dispensary, sent in sealed letter envelopes, free
of charge. Address
Dr. J. SKILLIN HOCG nTON. Howard Asocia-
tion. ISo 2 iHoth Ninth 5-t., Philadelphia, Pa.
July 23. ISJ2.
fLlXIR PROPYLAMINE-. THE NEW
Hi RLMEHY FOR KIIEI'MATIS.M,
A NEW REMEDY . )
A CERTAIN REMEDY.
RHEUMATISM OF EVERY KIND ;
No Matter How Stcbor.v, How Lcso standisc,
SWlLt C0XQ.CKR IT,
Will Ci-kk it.
What it has done. It icill do again.
Doctors bead, Doctoi-.s fxamine, Doctors tp.t it
The best testimony. Best Mediad Authority.
Doctors ioit it, Patieittsbelieve it. Tried ir True.
(Fkom Official Hospital Rnports )
Mat 19, 1S00. Ellen .. at. 2S, single, never
was very strong. Two years ago she bad an at
tack of acute rheumatism, from which she was con
fined to her bed for two weeks, and subsequently
from a relapse for four more. She h:u been well
since then till last Saturday; while engaged in
house cleaning, she took cold, had pain in her tack,
felt cold, but bad no decided chill. Two days
later her ankles began to swell which was follow
ed by swelling of the knee joints and of the hands.
Hie has dull pain in ber shoulders, and her knuck
les are very tender, red and painful ; both bands
are affected, but the right is the most so. Ibis,
then, is a case of acntc rheumatic tu. or. as it is now
fashionably called, rheumatic fovcr. It is a well
marked typical case. We will carefully watch the
cafe,and from time to time call your attention to
the various symptoms which present themselves.
My chief object in bringing her before you now is
to call your attention to a remedy which has re
cently been recommended in the treatmentof rheu
matism. I mean propyl amine. It. A wenarins of
St. Petersburg, recommends it in tb highest term
having derived great benefit from its use in 2zt)
cases which came under his eare. Various com
mendatory testimonials respecting it have appear
ed in our journals, and I propose giving it another
trial. I must confess 1 am always incredulous as
to the worta of new remedies, which are vaunted
as specifics ; but this comes to os recommended so
highly, that we are bound to give it a trial.
' SAME CASE FOUR DAYS LATER '.
Mat 23. 1SC0. I wi'l now exhibit to yon the pa
tient for whom I presbribed Propylamine, and
who was then laboring under an attack of acute
rheumatism. She has steadily taken it in doses
of three grains, every two hours, (intermitting it
at night). The day after you saw her, I fouud fcr
much more comfortable, better than she expected
to be for a week or more, judging from bar other
attack. (The patient now walked into the room.)
The improvement has steadily progressed, and
you cannot fail to notico a marked change in tbe
appearance of ber joints, which are now nearly of
their natural sire. Thus faronrexperimeut would
have seemed very successful ; but gentlemen we
must wait a little while bclore we can give a de
cided opinion as to what is to be the result.
THREE DAYS LATER!!
Mat 26, 1860. This is tbe case of acute rheuma
tism treated with propylamine, the first of those to
which I called your attention at our last clinia.
She is still very comfortable, and is now taking
three gratns thrice daily.
In this case it has seemed to be followed by very
satisfactory results. The second case to 'which
your atteution was called at our last lecture, has
also continued to do well. I will now bring e
fore you a very characteristic case of acute rheu
matism, and if the result be satisfactory. I thinl
as good jurymen, ire shnJl justly render our ezit,.,
in t a co of propylamine.
He is a seaman, at. 26. who was admitted a few
days ago. Has had occasional rhcumatis pains
but not so as to keep his bed. until eight days tgo
The pains brgan in his right knee, subsequently
affected the left knee, and later the joints of t!:e
upper extremities. These joints are all swollen,
teure and tender. His tongue is furred ; his skin
at present, dry. though there has been much sweat
ing. His pulse is full and strong, aud about "0
He has now used propylamine tweuty-four hours.
This gentlemen is what may be called .i str;';:!y
typical case ot acute rheumatism. Thare waaer"
posure to cold aud wet. and this exposure is fal
lowed by a feeling of coluness. severe criiculai
pain, beginning, as it usually Joes, in the lower
joints 'i here is fever and the profuse ews uiug.
so gent rally attendant on acute rheuinutistn.
I did not bring this patient before you with the
intention of ghicgyou a lecture oa all the point
connected with rheumatism, but to agaiu give a
tri.il to the new remedy we are testing, and to ex
hibit to you this typical .case, as I have called it.
tuau which there couid not be afairer opportunity
for testing the medicine in question. We .ire.
therefore, avoiding the use of ail other medicines
eveu auodyues. that there may bo no misgiving
as to which was the efficient remedy. You
see tbe case in a future clinic.
THE RESULT. A FAVORABLE VER1 ICT.
JrK 9. l6o. The next of our convalescents is
the case of acute rheumatism before you at our clin
ic of May toth. which I then called a typical ese.
and which it was remarked was a fair opportunity
for testing tbe worth of our new remedy. It was
therefore steadily given in three grain doses every
two hours for four days. The patient has got along
very nicely, and is now able to walk about as you
see. do not hesitate to say that 1 have urver seen,
as severe a e tseof acute rheumatism so soon restor
ed to health as this man has hren, and without be
iu prepared to decide positively as to the value oj
the remedy ire have usrd, 1 feel bound to slate that
in tin cases in which ire have tried the chloride of
Propylamine, the patients have gained their health
much earlier than tinder tin treatment ordinartlv
pursued. I wish, gentlemen, you would your
selves try it. and report tne results.
For a full report of which the above is a ceo
densed extract, see the Philadelphia MrJicaland
Surgical Reporter. It is a report alter a fair trial
by tbe best medical authority in this country, and
makes it unnecessary to4give numerous certificates
from astonished doctors and rejoicing patients.
A Speedt CrR. As Eftectcal Ci-re. The
Same Result i evebv Case, Whenever Tried,
W .. T '
untltlitLtt inibu. tlHAT IT HAS DoK,
It Will Do Agaix.
Eulloci A Crenshaw a firm well inown to most
medical men, by whom the Elixir Propylamine
has been introduced, bave sold to us the exclusive
right to manufacture it according to tbe original
recipe, and we have made arrangements of snch
magnitude as to enable us to scatter it broadcast
amongst suSering humanity.
A. WORD TO DOCTORS.
If you prefer to use tbe same remedy in another
form, we invite vour attention tn iha Pnt f-
talized Propylamine. Pcre Proptlamise Liqcid,
rCRE r-ROPTLAVISB OOSCE5TRATED, Pl'BE IODIOE
Pboptlahlse, cf which we are the sole inanufae
turers. CSWe claim no other virtue for the Elixir
Propylamine than is contained in Pure Crystal
ized Chloride of Propylamine.
A HE CLIXIR IS MORE CO.VVEIET, A!fD i'.WiTI
READT FOR IV MEOIATS CHE, A-ND MAT BE TAKES
ACCORDISO TO DIRECTIONS- BT AXY ODE. BT
. EVERT O.NE. WBOHAS RBECBAT1SM OF AST EI5 D.
SOLD AT 75 CT3- A BOTTLE.
Orders may be addressed to-1 Propylamine Man
ufacturing Co., Office. Room No. 4. S. W Corner
tour to and Chestnut bts , Philadelphia.
Or to either of the following Wholesale Agents :
Bullock A Crenxbaw ; French, Richards A Co
John M. Maris A Co., Geo. D. WetherellA C.
Peter T. Wright A Co., Zeigiar A Smith. T.JCor
rii Perot A Co., Philadelphia. Dm. , y
LIME! LMi .:!!Uw;t;
Lands. th subscriber would inform the
farmers of Clearfield eouutv. lb be ksp.oo
sta;ly on Land at the Jones Kila at Tyro.
Uige stock of iime. and will furnish ox congest
any quantity at the terminus of the Tyrone su
Philipsburg Railroad. - - - -
March lv. 1S52. WM. H. ROBERTSON. '
N. B. Lime constantly on hand at Sandy Rid,
Station, on the Tyrone and Clearfield Railroad.
1T E W STO N E WARE M A N V FACTORY
ll IN CLEA It FIELD. PA.
Tho undersigned takes this method of infartn
ing tbe public that he has commenced the inana
fat-lure of Stone-Ware in tbe Borough ot Clu,
field, and tbst be is now prepared tosnsnlv l
who may waut them with Milk and Cream Crock i
Jugs. Jars. Ac, at lower prices, than they can be
Dougnt clsewnere. tie solicits a share of pitroa-
age. . rKEDEKICK LEITZINGKR.
Clearfield, Fa.. May 2o, lS59-ly.
a h LArrwLijr. :::::: crablc boles
TVEW WATCH JEWELRY 1STOKE.
X The undersigned having located in the bor
ough of Clearfield, (at tbe sb'-p funuerly occupied
by K Welch as a jewelry shop.) are prepared tc
do woik of all kinds on the most reasonable terms.
The cash will positively be expected when tb
work is delivered. We arecoc!4eot that we ean--not
be excelled by any workmen in townorconnty.
Come one ! come all to th e Sign of the Bi Watt .
April 8,'62-ly-pd. LAUCHLIN .V HOLSS.
FARM FOKS A LE.-The following describ.A
farm, situated in Decatur township.Clearfield.
Co., Pa. two miles and a half west of Philipsburg.
on the Glen Hope road, containing one htitdrrj
and twnity-on acres and allowance. There ara
about eighty-five seres cleared and under a good
state of cultivation ; with a large, well finished,,
frame bank brn. a comfoitable hewed log house,
and a well finished frame dwelling house aad
other out buildings erected thereon, never failing
springs of water at tLe buildings, and a large and
well selected assortment of bearing fruit trees.
Tbe wood land being well timbered and under
laid with a four and a half foot vein of stone eoaL
The above farm effords rare inducements to par
chasers For further information .. quire of
Ii D. SHOWALTi.it. Philipsburg.
Oct. 23. 13;i:-C:n. Centre. CoTa.
A Xew Lot of Goods.
rrtHE UNDERSIGNED having taken the sloes.
JL of merchandize of the late Arm of Pattoa,
Hippie A Co., haT just added afresh supply ef
comprising Groceries. Drg. Queerswar.
Boots aud ho2. Clothing Muslios, i Laiaat,
Print!, Sattinets. i iaccels, etc., whisk
they offer at losr prices
FOR CASH OR READY PAY.
Grain, PorK. Shingles and Eoar Js. tasen In ex
change for goods. We respt;tfuiiy ac a share
of patronage. Call anl examine our s.o?c.
Curwensvule.. Dec. II. IilPPL A FALST.
N B. The accounts of Pntt-ou. Hippie A Co.. are
in our hands, and we hereby notify parsons hav
ing unsettled accounts. toeVl and settle thetaiaa
as we desire to have the hjosr closed .
December 11, 1601. HIPPIE A PACiT.
FANCY FI RS ! !
JOHN FAREl RA. No.'
Arch Street, below Eighth,
sou'h side Philadelphia
Importer and Manufactu
rer of, and Dealer in all
kin-is of Fancy Furs,
for Laliei and Chil
Id?ire to say to my friends
i iiearaeia and liia sur
rounding Counties that I
bave cow in store, una of
tbe largest and most beau-
tilul as.ortxnenti of all 4
kin Js and qualities of fan
cy mrs. icr Lailics and vtr Js'rS
Childrtus- Wear, that will 5SS35ft
be worn during this Fill and Winter Season.
My 1-nrs were purchased in Europe, previous
to the rise in Sterling Exchange, an-i the Sew
iuty Imposed oa all Furs, Imported sicse the
first of August.
I would ais.i stAe. (bat as long as my st
lasts, I will oZer it at prices proportionate U
what the gooiscost me: Inf. it will be impotaiola
for me to Importand Manufactare any more Fars,
au J ss'il tbem at tLe same r. rices, owing to tie ua
Set;-.J st. tie of tbe affairs of tbe t'ountry.
f3r"Reniem,rr ths name, number and street
JOHN iWUXniA, 7IS Arch Street.
October I, lif)J-5mo. Philadelphia.
Benner & Barrett,
Respectfully announce to the public that they
havs completed and are now occupying thair new
froulicg on the Maiket lot and nearly opposite the
Court House. Cabinet making will be carried oa
in the upper story of the twit building, in all its
different branches. All kinds of furniture mill
be kept constantly on hand, and sold cheap for
Cash, or exchanged far country produce or lum
ber to suit tbe business Their s'tock will oocsirt t,f
PARLOR. ROCKING AND ARM CHAIRS,
SPRING SEATS. CAIN ROT TO MS. Ae.
Parlor, Sofa. Centra. Card, Dining. Extension aid
Rreakfast J ables
SDfas of all Kinds, Varietiea and
Euraus, Sideboards, Book Cases, Wardrobes. As.
Bedsteads Jenny Lind, High Posts, Cottage,
French Kosts. Ae.
Mattrasses Hair. Hair top. Cotton top, and Ct.i
husk, of the best materials.
Looking Glasses of all sorts and sixes Also glas
ses for old frames. Also. What-nou, Wasb-standi,
Work-stands; Hat-racks. Ae.
COFFINS made to order on short notise. and
Poplar, Cten-y, Maple and Lin wood Lumber
taken in exchange for work. Oct. 23. IStl.
Furniture! Furniture !!
Desires to inform his old friends and customers
that, having enlarged his shop and increased Lis
facilities for manufacturing, he is now prepared
to make to order such furniture as may be desir
ed, in good style and at cheap rates for cah. He
mostly has on hand at bis -Fui nitare Rooms."
a varied assortment of furnitute, among which is,
BUREAUS AND SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Book-eases; Centre, Sofa. Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jen-ny-X.ind
and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ae.
Rocking and Arm Chairs,
Spring-seat, Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs;
And common and other Chairs.
L O' OKI XG -GLASSES
Of every description on hand, and new glasses fof
old frames, which will be put in oa Tery
reasonable terms, on short notice.
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order. Hair,
Corn-husk. Hair and Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS, OF EVERY RIND,
Made to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, House painting dona to order.
Tha above, and many other articles are faraishsd
to eustoiaers cheap for cash or exchanged fer ap
proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar,
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for tha basi
Bees, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember tho shop is on Marset street. Cla
field, and nearly opposite tho -Old Jew Storo-T
Dwoambwr 4, 1M1 OHM SCSUMf
FANCY FURS ! 1 I