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CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 25, 1863.
w-b of Ctn on Central Bead, at Tyroaa-
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tJI05 STATS C0SVE3TTI0.
The I Citizens of Pennsylvania, without
;s:;on of party, who desire cordil!y to
'" .i.atininr the Xalional and Slate -1,1-
-a!ioi, in tbeir patriotic efforts to anp-
-ejas sectional and unholy rebellion against
tie Cuitj f t!le 'pubiic, and who desire to
a-Hrt by every power of the Government,
osr'beroic brethren in arms, braving disease
gad the peri's of the field to preserve the D
of our Falters, are requested to select
, number of Delegates equal to their Legis
lative rf prrseotatives of the State, at aocb
times snd such manner aa will best respond to
lb spirit oi this call, to meet in Slaie Conven
tion, PUSsburg, on Wednesday, the First of
Jnly next, at eleven o'clock, a. at., on said day
to nominate candidates for the offices of Gov
ernor acd Judge of tht Supreme Court, and to
uie sach measures as may be deemed neces
Mry to strengthen the Government in this sea
ton of common peril to a common country.
Casirmac of the Union Stste Central Com.
Geo. W. Hamckslt,- I
Wm. J. Howaed, ,
As Astidote to the Copperhead poison
tki Union Leagues which are rapidly spread
if , at present.
Anraixa to hear the fciaJcy-haired editor ot
the Copperhead organ, call bia sraigM-hatred
To Meftthm Evesixg the loyal citizens
ot Clearfield and vicinity, to organize a Union
League. All should be present.
Catcbt a White Swax Charles Hemphill,
on Tuesday morning last. It measured over
seven lert from tip to tip ot wings.
Ivtiefeeted by our Devil the rnysteri
oas letters !!. P. C's" which were displayed
in the last Copperhead organ, to be IIigb
A.i Exceixest Ncmbee Godey'e Lady's
B wi. tor April. The engrsviugs are msguifi
cent, and canoot well be excelled. Why don't
every lady subscribe for it 1
Causes a wkioolk the notice for a Usion
League which we published last week, among
the small fry Copperheads who at once con
vened the "uaterrified" to form a Dimray
Tat WiATHta. A warm rain set in on
Moods? morning, which, with the melting
itivw, has raised the river to a good ratting
a:je. Quite a number of rafts left this place
F.ioocsxT the wx-eni" sketch deliver-
el i-f.jre the Butternut club, on last Wednes
dtv evening. Here it is "Mister President
and Fellow Dimmycrats : I can git op and set
down again." Tremendous applause."
East Baltiuoee Cosfeeesce. We give the
f lking appointment of the East Baltimore
Conference, for the present year, as a matter
ot a. ma interest to many of oar readers :
Belief oate Diatrict Presiding Elder, B. B
Haralsn. Curwensville and Clearfield, L. M.
'ja-Jier; New Washington, M. L. Drum and
J.T. Crair; Glen Hope, 11. Lynn anC. A.
Gnn; Karthsus, J.T.Brown; Pbilipsburg,
T. II. 5-iter and G. Leidy ; Sinnemahoning,
Ao, the following Chambersburg,.Thos.
Eircbart; Bedford, E. W. Kirby ; Shirleys-l-'g-
C. Graham; Concord, J. M.Clarke;
W;!:iimport. W. L. Spottswood and T. D.
G''.:t; Mifflmburg, Charles Cleaver; Port
Mi:j;da, H. M. Ash.
'injiriD the following licenses, by the
Co.;rt, held in this place last week :
.'nje Haines. Tavern. Beeearia town'p.
! S K4 abaci,
1'. 31. W,aTer.
w A. Maon.
i. F. Smith,
R I Hainei,
Leopold Bronalt, Tavern,
Fli Eloom, Tavern,
- w . Worrell, Tavern,
Bradford town" p.
Sewborg. Chest tp.
F-hard Xoaaop. Vereaaitile, Clearfield Bor.
C:andias Barmoy, Mereaaitile. Covington tp.
A correspondent of the Nashville Uaioa says
t!t an East Tennessee fawnter has collected
aUat 8ve hundred men ia the mountains, who
a pic a squirrel off the top of the tallest
s. with their long rifles, and is ambuscading
Use rebel cavalry at all points, whipping out
We sqaaisof them witb astonishing celer
SoLBitas, ArTTXTiox Pais, disease and
iposnre, with a hot climate, muddy water
"d bad diet will be unavoidable, mat armed
Holloway'a Porifying and Strengthening
Fills you can endure all these and still retain
"i k-ralfh. tlnty 25 cents a bo. ZQ
Below we give the proceedings of the Court
beld last week, in this place :
Fititioi-For a road from C. Hatsfelt's
barn to intersect public road near H. Flats
felt, Sr. Viewers, Boaswell Luther, F. Zelg
ler. J. B. Arnold.
For a road lrom Win. Irrins to Cream Hill
Turnpike lt Bloom town'p. Viewers, Elisha
Fenton, Wesley Horn, A. Rammer.
For a private road from John Goss' farm to
Moshannon creek. Viewers, J. L. Cuttle,
Wm. Reams, Geo. Kepbart.
To vacate road from Shawsville to Mapes'
Sawmill, in Goshen tp. Viewers, Wm. L.
Shaw, J. L. Flegal, Ellis Livergood.
For a road from David Heberliogs in Brady
township to Jefferson county line. Viewers,
R. Lather, Sr., Alex. Dunlap, John Hoover.
For a road from Cbes-ruut Ridge School
bouae in Pike tp., to Snow Shoe and Packer
vine Turnpike near Jacob Burns, dee'd. View
ers, Thomas Moore, J. R. Bloom, B. Harts
For a road from turnpike near James John
son's in Jordan tp., to mouth of Com ford's
run. Viewers, H. B. Wright, Jos. Patterson,
For a road from County line near X. B.
Lane & Co's mill to the Hickory kingdom
road. Viewers, J. L. Cuttle, James M'Clel
lan, T. P. Mulkins.
CoxrtBHEO Absolcte. A road from M.
Ilockenbauh's to road at or near M'Pherson's
The petition for appointment of Ja Supervi
sor, of Bloom township. Whereupon, the
Court appointed James Bloom, Supervisor.
A road from Plank Bridge on road from
Holt's to Graham ton to Cross-cut pike.
A private road from A. Lansberry's to near
est point on the Lamm road.
A road from Lamburn Bridge to Best's little
A rosd from turnpike near J. R. Read's to
Robert Porter's corner.
A road from C. & F. Schnaar'a mill to Sin
nemahoning road in Kartbans township.
Go-irrBMEDNi Si. A road to lead from pub
lic road near H. Ream's to James Johnson's in
A road from G. W. Davis' to the Darling
ton road in Gnelich township.
A road from Dr. G. W. Caldwell's to steam
A road from Glen Connell road to Westo
ver's in Chest township.
. A road from Glen Hope to Madera in Bee
To vacate part of road from the old State
road leading from the Susquehanna river to
CoBTiacED. Order to view road from John
Hoyt's shop to land of W. Fullerton.
Order to view road from Bowersox's shop to
late residence of A. Pierce, deceased.
Order to view road from mile west of
Horn's shanty to Sinnemahoning road near
Reed & Weaver's shanty.
Order to open road from H. A. Courtney's
to nesr Sballenberger's mill in Union town'p.
Order for a new township out of parts of
Brady, Bell, and Penn. And the Court order
ed an election to be held i rsfcrcuce to the
proposed new township, cn the 24th day ot
April, A. D. 1S63.
Former viewers discharged and new revijw
ers appointed on the following orders:
To vacate road from Alex. Reads to Go
shen School bouse.
To vacate road from James E. Graham's to
mouth of Lick run.
To vacate road from Shaw's mill to Mape's
Viewers in above three cases J. L Cuttle,
M. S. Ogden, W. C. Foley.
Oboeks to Ha so Ceetais Fedebax Pbisox
ebs. Among the prisoners recently captured,
March 1st, by General John McNeil is South
east Missouri, and since sent to St. Louis, is a
Captain R. T. Sickel, who was rebel Provost
Marshal of BloomSeld, Missouri. On the per
son of Sickel was found a letter instructing
him summarily to hang certain persons, in order
to save expense and to prevent them from demor
alizing the rebel public sentiment ! Following is
the infamous letter :
Orrica Pbovost Marshal, Pocahostas, I
Abk., January 15, 1S33. )
Certain R. T. Sickel .- Deab Sib: The pris
oner you sent op has been received, and has
been duly forwarded.
In future you will deal summarily with those
men wbo are guilty of criminal offenses, for
wbeo they are sent np to headquarters they
are an expense, without being any benefit to
public st-ntinient. Captain McKie says it
would be better to have them hung than to put
ourselves to any farther trouble.
Yours, He, M. H. Kibleb,
Captain, Provost Marsha, Randolph Co., ark.
Tb guerrilla Captain on whom the above
precious document was found, is now in a
United States military prison. There are
proofs that be did not fail to comply with the
execrable instructions given him. Perhaps
others, as well as the Arkansas Provost Mar
shal, may have an idea as to what constitutes
a criminal effense in war. Yet be may console
himself that he will not be banged to avoid the
elpense of keeping him, still less to avert bis
influence upon our public sentiment.
THE WAR HEWS.
We ha ve from various sources some further
facta and rumors about the condition of aflairs
I near Vicksborg. Special dispatches from
Memphis announce that the Yazoo Pass epe
; dition bad met with a check.- On Fridav 13 fb,-
the Chillicothe encountered a Rebel battery
at the junction of the Tallabnsba and Talla
hatchie Rivers. The f ght lasted all day. One
Shot from the battery entered a port-bole of
the Chillicothe, killing four persons and woun
ding 11. The ChilUcotbe received 1 shots,
and was damaged seriously. The fleet consist
ed of the Chillicothe, De &alb, five smaTT gun
boats of be Mosquito fleet, and IS transports.
Beside the Greenwood Battery, the enemy are
said to be strongly fortified at Yazoo City and
Manchester. The fleet at last accounts was
three miles above the junction of the Talla
hatchie and Tallabnsba Rivers.200 miles from
Helena, and 150 from Yazoo City. Dispatch
es to the lltb say that the Lake Providence
Canal is finished, and water will soon be let in.
Richmond papers state, in reference to the
alleged fight at Port Hudson, that "the bom
bardment commenced at 2 o'clock on the 14th.
At 12 in the night a desperate engagement
took place, the enemy attempting to pass our
batteries under cover of the darkness. The
firing was terrific. One gunboat passed in a
damaged condition. The U. S. aloop-ol-war
Mississippi was burned to the waters edge in
front of our batteries. One large vessel was
completely riddled, a third badly crippled,
and tbe rest were driven back. Thirty -six
men and one midshipman of the Mississippi
were brought in by our cavalry, some of them
severely wounded. Farragut'a Sigsbip went
down the river disabled."
The .Mania Confederacy eonUins an account
ot a raid in North Alabama by tbe Uuioa bri
gade under Col. Corwin. The expedition,
accompanied by gunboats, reached Tuscumbia
Feb. 22. Tbe gunboats destroyed two ferry
boats at Tuscumbia, and another at Florence.
Soon after dark, the Union advance guard
dashed into Tuscumbia and dispersed the
Rebel cavalry, wbo fled to the mountains.
Col. Corwin occupied the town, and issued a
proclamation levying assessment on wealthy
Rebels. On the 25th ult., Col. Corwin pro
ceeded into the interior, taking considerable
plunder witb him.
An armed schooner was captured just as the
was leaving San Francisco bay, on Sunday, the
Iotb, on suspicion of being intended for rebel
privateering purposes a suspicion which
proved to be well founded. Cannon and oth
er arms were discovered on board, end some
of tbe men confessed that she bad been pur
chased by Secessionists, and was to bare tak
en a f ull.compliment of men down the coast.
A steamer bound to Mazatlao, Mexico, was to
have been ber first capture, and witb this
stesmcr it was boped to take tbe two treasure
stesmers before the news of tbe captnre of
the Mazatlan steamer was known at San Fran
cisco. This well laid scheme was discovered
just in time to prevent its execution.
There was a cavalry fight oa tbe Rappahan
nock, beyond Kelly's ford, on the 18th. The
rebels were commanded by Stuart and Lee,
and tbe Union troops by Gen. Averill.who de
feated tbe rebels at every point. Our loss is
less liian forty rebel loss about 200. This is
claimed as the greatest hand-to-hand cavalry
fight that has ever taken place on tbe conti
nent, and only equalled by one in Europe.
The number engaged was about 2.000 on each
side. Averill captured a large lot horses and
prisoners, among the latter Major Breckin
ridge, a cousin of John C's.
Reports from Gslveston state that on the
I2ih the Brooklyn threw a few shells into the
fort on Pelican Sound, and on the 21th into
the town, setting it on fire in three places.
Tbe flames were, however, soon extinguished.
LTbe nirriet Lane is 70 miles up tbe river, be
ing converted into sn iron clad.
Advices from Port Royal state that at !he
latest news from tbe .Negro Brigade, now
marching into Florida, they had taken several
important points, captured much ammunition,
&c, and were still driving the Rebels before
Secretary Chase has received from a cele
brated banking firm in Germany an offer of a
loan of $1QO.UOO,000 worth of bonds, at some
thing above par in currency.
On March 17th by J. W. Sbugart, Etq., Mr.
E.VA5S VcCcllocoh to Miss IIassah Thoxas,
both of Huston township.
On March 13th, by J. W. Shugart, Esq , Mr.
M. V. B. Owexs, to Miss Mabgaret E. Cose
lis, both of Lawrence township.
On March 16, Dabiel M. 'Leaves., cf Cnr
wensville, aged about 45 years.
On tbe 21st March, Jobx Sbibet. Sr., ot
Bradford township, aged 64 years, 1 month,
and 22 davs.
The loyal men in Pennsylvania must not
imagine that the soldier in tbe field is alone
commissioned to crush rebellion. While
"lead and steel' are essential in wiping out
treason, tbe proper direction ot public senti
ment has much to do with tbe preservation
and the enforcement of authority of tbe Gov
ernment. Every man every loyal man at
borne, baa a duty to perform, and he discbar
ges such a duty if be only refutes, daily, a sin
gle lie aa it ia set afloat by some malignant
copperhead. In conversation, in business, ia
public and in private, tbe interests of the na
tion should never be lost sight ot should sev
er be abandoned. Liberty and Union, now
and forever, one and inteperable, should toe
the gurliag council ot at! true men.
Wboopijc-ootsh oa Caorr, however severe may
be alleviated and cared by th use of 'Madame
Zivtoe Porter's Curatxt Bilsam. This invalua
ble Medicine possesses tbe extraordinary power of
relieving immediately Wkooping-fosk, Iloars
nri, DiJUttlif of Breathing, Iliuflhie, and
Tickling in the Throat. It loosens the Phlegm,
and will be found very agreeable to the ta?te. It
is not a violent remedy, out emollient warming,
searching and effect! re. Can be taken by the
oldest person or youngest child. For sale by all
Druggists, at 13 and 26 cents pr bottle. feb4
CAUTION. All persons are hereby eantion
ed against purchasing or in any way med
dling with the following property, namely : Five
horses, (3 bays. 1 black, and 1 gray.) four set of
harness, one baggy, one robe and one blanket
said property being ia the hands of John H.!?mith
agent of I). W. Smith as the same belongs to as
and is subject to oar order at any time.
Feb 23, lo63-p THOMPaON A PATTERSON.
At the "Corner Store' of Wm. Irvin,
A general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Mackerel in half, quarter, and eighth barrels,
Herring in barrels and half-barrels,
Vbieb will be sold as low as at any other store,
JaBsn,lM2. WM. IRVIN
The Latest ews.
Received by Tuesday Evening's MaiL
The ofSclal report of tbe conflict, near Mil
ton, Tenn., on the ISth, between Gen. Hall's
brigade and1 tbe Rebels, has reached tbe War
DepartmentT. Gen Roseocrans says that the
Rebels numbered eight or ten regiments of
Morgan's anil Breckinridge's cavalry, and
that Gen. Hall, after four hours fighting, whip
ped and drove tbem with a loss on our side of
7 killed and SI wounded, including one Cap
tain. Tbe Rebel's loss be says, was 80 ot
killed, Including 3 commissioned officers, 140
wounded, and 12 prisoners, among which are
3 commissioned officers. .
From New Orleans we have tbe gratifying
intelligecce that Commodore Farrago t, lead
ing in tbe Hartford, passed tbe Port Hudson
batteries at eleven o'clock oa the night of the
14th, with his fleet. The Steamer Mississippi
ran aground, was abandoned and burned. The
firing on both sides was rapid and severe. Tbe
army is within five miles of the enemy's
works, in good spirits and bound to win. A
small rebel force was captured six miles below
Port Hudson, together wita the signal book
of the rebel army.
On the morning of the 224,200 Union troops
at Mount Sterling, Ky., were attacked by s
superior rebel force, and after four hours
fighting surrendered. The rebels then burned
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE
ALE. The andersigned is desirous of sel
ling his farm situate in Pe-.n townsaip. CJearfielc
county. Pa., one mile from Pennville. on the road
leading to Panxsutawney, containing one hun
dred acres and allowaiee. Sixty acres of said
land are cleared and in a high state of cultivation,
of which 23 acres are in meadow. There is erect
ed on the premises a comfortable li story dwel
ling house, a good ham and other necessary ont
building There is also a quantity of most ex
eellent Pine and other timber on the land. A
clear and indisputable title will be given Terks
one fouitb in band, and the balance in three
equal annual payments, secured by mortgage er
judgment bonds. For farther information apply
to tEesubacriber residing on the y ramises. i
THOMAS .M. MARTIN.
Penn tp., January 14. lto.V-3t.
Shot At But Missed !!
A GKA.ND MISTAKE!!!
THAT ALL THE MERCHANTS OF CURWEXS
ville were wounded. Tis true, that I was -shot
at. but missed." and since then I hare been at the
city, and procured a very large assortment of
goo'ds of all descriptions, which 1 am disposing of
at lower rates than any other boose in the county
READ;.' READ!.'.' READ.'.'.':
Best Calico, at from 13 to 19 cents per yard.
Rest Muslin, at from 15 to 30 cents per yard.
Best Delaine, at from 20 to 23 eents per yard.
r tstjt t rt at nvnrrr-T?n rr? rr-
Best Sngar at from 12i to 15 eents per pound.
Best St rap at 87 cents per gallon.
AU other groceries at tbe same rates. Boots and
Shoes, and Shoe findings, cheap.
Ladies who wish to make a good investment,
should call and examine the assortment of dress
goods Merinos. Saxony plaids, Plaid Brilliants,
Ac, Ac. Also, Cloaks, Shawls, Hoods, Nubias.
Sontags, Gloves, Ac, Ac.
Dec. 3, 1S62. J. D. TilOiiPSON.
Fall and Winter Goods.
. REIZE.XSTEI.N BROTHERS ft CO.
In tbe '-Mansion House" (Mr. Shaw's old Stand)
Clearfield. Pa., have just received a large Stock of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
Boots, I)u. Traveling Bags, Valises and a large
and well selected stock of Gents Furnishing goods
Can bay your Clothing, tor yourselves and yonr
Boys in every variety and at low easn prices
by calling at the cheap Clothing Store of
Keiienstein Bro s A Co. opposite the
Clearfield Co. Bank, where yoa
Save at least from 20 to 25 percent. All kinds of
Clothing and Famishing goods, are to be
Had at this Store at the lowest Cash pri
ces and receive well made goods.
Would it not be much better to
Much valuable time by calling at once, and lay
ing in year Stock of Clothing for the Winter
at this Establishment, where you will cer
tainly get the full valne for your
Bemensber the place. In the Mansion House,
opposite Clearfield Co. Back.
REIZENSTEIN BRO S A CO.
f'Grain and Furs taken in exchange at the
Jnzbest market rates.
B. K. SHOPE,
CABINET MAKER, -
Would respectfully announce to the publie that
he has fitted up a shp on Cherry street, near the
Episcopal church, and near Kratser's store. where
be intends to carry on the Cabinet-making busi
ness in its different branches. Having served a
regular apprenticeship to the business, and work
ed as a Journeyman over six years, besides carry
ing on a shop for three years, be flatters himself
that he can render satisfaction to those who may
favor him with their custom. Having located in
the Borough of Clearfield, he solicits a share of
patronage, and it shall ever be his object to make
to order, neat and substantial furniture such as
and common and French
posts Cottage, Jenny
Lind. and all other
kinds of Bedsteads,
with Tcctier'i Patent
fastenings and Gard
ner's Patent spring Bed
steads. Bureaus of dif
Wardrobes, Book eases.
Parlor and eentretablea.
Breakfast and dining ta
bles and the latest im
Work stands. Hat racks.
Toilet and Wash stands,
and every other kind of
furni-Urs in his branch.
He will always be
prepared to famish to or
der Rocking chairs of
different kinds, and
common and ether
chairs. He will aim fur
nish to order Hair. Husk,
and hair ad cotton top
Mattresses. The above
named and many other
articles will be made U
order for eostomers, os
short notice, cheap fo
cash or exchanged for
approved country pro
dace. Don't forget the
place, as I am prepared
to famish ail articles at
the most reasonable rates
Maple. Cherry, Poplar, Pine. Unwood, and ev
ery other suitable lumber, will be takes in ex
change for furniture. Cash will also be paid for
good Lumber. 3. K. SHOPS
N. B. CoSns of the latest style made to order
en short notice. Funerals attended whenever
desirable. CltarJuU. Pa-, Jan. 21. IsoX
WASTED. 109. Bashels Flax Seed Uea
ehange for goods, at the Cheap St -re of
Dee 1.1862. J. D.TIiOMPSOM. CarwenrrtOe.Pa
FLOUR A rood article far sale at the store of
Jjaale- WM. F. IRWUf. Clearfsli,
UYDE HOCSE, RIDCWAT,PE55rA.
S. J. OSGXD. PROPRIETOR.
This Hotel ia new, and famished in modem style,
has ample accommodation, and is ia all respects
a first class honse. February 6. 1S6I.
AYER S COMPOUND EXTRACT SAR
SAPAP.ILLA. No one remedy Is more need
ed in this country than a reliable Alterative, but
the sick have been 99 outrageously cheated by the
worthless preparations of Sarsaparilla abroad
that they are disgusted even with the name. Yet
the drag cannot be blamed for the impositions
from which they have suffered. Most of the so
calied Sarmparillas ia the market contain little
of tbe virtues of Sarsaparilla or anything else.
They are mere slops inert and worthless, while
a concentrated extract of the active variety cf
amparilla compounded with Dock. Stillingia.
Iodise, etc- is, as it ever will be. a powerfal al
terative and aa effectual remedy. Sach is Ayer"s
Extract of Sarsaparilla, as its truly wonderful
cures of the great variety of complaints which re
quire aa alterative medicine have abundantly
shown. Do not, therefore, discard this invalua
ble medicine, becaase yoa have baen imposed up
on by something pretending to be Sarsaparilla,
while it was not. When yoa have nsed Ayer's
then, and not till then, will you know the virtues
of Sarsaparilla. For minute particulars of the
diseases it cares, we refer yoa to Ayer's American I
Almanac, which the agent below named will far- 1
ish gratis to all who call for it.-
Aves's Cathartic PlLLS-forthe use Costive n ess.
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Dysenterv. Foul
Stomach. Headache. Piles. Rheumatism, Heart
bum arising from Disordered Stomach, Pain, or
Morbid Inaction of the Bowels. -Flatulency, Loss
of Appetite, Liver Complaint. Dropsy, Worms,
Gout, Neuralgia, and for a Dinner Pill.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, ani they are the
best Aperient ia the world for all the purposes of
a family physic. Price 25 cents per Box; Five
Boxes for SI. 00
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations which they make more profit
on. Demand Area's and take no ethers. Tbe
sick want the best aid there is for tbem. and they
should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J.C. Area A Ce., Lowell, Mass ,
and sold by
C. D. Watson. Clearfield Wm. Irvin, Curwens
ville. S. Arnold, Luthersburg. Elisa Chase, Anson
vilie. J. C. Benner, Morrisdale. C. R. Foster. Phil
ipsburg. and Dealers everywhere March 4. 1S63
FROrESSrOITAL 4 BirSUfRSS CARDS.
HB. WOODS, Attorney at Law. Indiana, Pa
Professional business prvssptly attend j to
wbolesale or retail. Jan. 1, li3
J. -11 kinds cf Stone-ware, Clearleld. Pa.
T J. CRA3S. Attorney at Law aa4 Real Estate
-Ii. -Agent UmrSeU. P.
residence, on Seeesd trt.
tfie adjoin iag hie
Sis j If.
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cles throughout the year.
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dey's Lady's Book for loo, will contain nearly
I3o0 pages of Reading Batter. 24 pages of Moic
12 Doable Extension Colored Fashion Plates, equal
to 21 cf other magazines, over 1200 wood engrav
ings. 14 steel engravings of beautiful subjects. "SO
articles by the best authors in America, And all
thvse will be given in 1S53. at prices for which
see our extremely low club rates.
The oldes. the best, and the cheapest magasine
in America is the Godey's Lady's Book. The im
mense increase in the circulation of Godey (hav
ing trebled itself in the last 4 years) is a convinc
ing proof of the superiority of the work, if the
work itself was not sufficient evidence. And when
it is considered that not a bribe in tbe shape of a
premium has ever been offered, it shows that Go
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merican ladies, who subscribe for the sake of the
Book and sot the premium.
The Literature of the Lady's Book is by the first
writers in America, and has always been remark
able for its high literary and moral character.
Clergymen recommend tbe Book, and it can be
read aloud in the family circle. The matter is far
superior to that of any other magasine, hating a
healthy and instructive tone.
Eight Specialities that no other msgaztne has,
and only found in Godey, to wit: --Original Mu
tic;r "Model Cottages, with diagrams." -Drawing
Lessons." 'Original Health Department." -Children's
Department," - Cbeiuistry for the Young."
-Horticultural Department." and '-Double Exten
sion Fashion-plates." Godey's great speciality,
unparalleled and unapproache-i. Competition
dead in this department. Our imitators have a
bandoned the attempt.
Of Steel engravings, the press have unanimous
ly pronounced Godey's the best ever published by
any magasine of the world. Yoa may look ia
vain for 14 such steel engravings as were publish
ed during the yearlS62. and those for lr63 will
surpass them. Other magazines do not go to the
expeci-e of original designs for their steel engrav
ings. Tbe Double Fashion-plate has from j to 7
full length fashions on each plate. Other maga
zines give but two. Godey is the only work in the
world that gives these immense plates, which cost
S10.UO0 more than the old style. These fashions
may be relied on as correct. They are always
the latest styles, and hence la-lies are not subject
to ridicule for wearing old fashions, when they
v.sit the large cities
Godey s Wood engraving Novelties. Of these
we give double the number of any other maga
sine. no matter what its price may be.
Colored embroidery patterns and lingerie. Ev
ery number eontains patterns of some article for
a lady to work ottomans, backs of chairs, slip
Among the articles to be continued, and which
have been appreciated, will be Gardening fur tbe
Ladies. Sir. 11. A. ttreer. tbe celebrated liorti
cultural of this city, will assist in this department
of Music is
for the miuie alone, the Lady's Book would be
cheap at the price we ass for it.
In the various numbers for 1C3. will be found
diagrams for Children's and Ladies dresses ; chil
dren's samples for learning ; the newest designs
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bonnets, caps, cloaks, evening-dresses, fancy arti
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carriage dresses, brides dresses, wreaths,
mantillas, walking-dresses, morning-dresses, ri
ding habits, collars, chemisettes, nndersleeves,
patchwork, embroidery patterns, and crochet and
notrtcg work. Our designs are received semi
monthly from oar agents in France, England, and
Germany and every new pattern of any portion
of a lady's dress appears first in the Lady's Book.
Drawing in all its variety, useful to the beginner
and the proficient. Fashions from the establish
ment of the celebrated -Brodie" will be in every
nam ber. Also gives Mode cottages.
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indispensable to every family, worth more than
the whole cost of the Book, and a rreat saving of
expense to all those who take the book. Godey's
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every Agricultural exhibition in the United States
another testimony of its worth.
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west of Graham A Boyatun's store. Nov. 10.
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. Clearfield. Pa Makes te order everv des
cription of Furniture on short aocke. Jan. Jl'63
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. Boards and Shingles, Grain and Produce.
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W A LLACE A HALL. Attorney at Law. Clear'
! field. Pa December 17. 1"S2.
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PATTERSON. Attorney at Law. Carweaa-
ville. Pa., will attend to air baint ea-
trasted to his care. Ufhce opposite the New
Methodist Church. Jnn. li, i62.
VXTILLIAM F.IRWIN, Marketstreet.CTearfiela.
M Pa., Dealer ia Foreign-and Domestic Mer
chandise. Hardware. Qaswasware, Groceries, and
family articles generally. Nov. 10.
TR. WM. CAMPBELL, offer his professional
a services to tc citizens or Siorrn an4 adieta-
. 1. r -as - . m
nesiisence wita J. u. L)e eater ia
Kylertown, Clearfield county
JOHN GUELJCH. Manufacturer r an kinds ot
Cabinet-ware. Market street. Clearfield, Pa.
He sJsomskes to order CoSus on short notice, and
attends funerals with a hearse. Aprl0,;59.
R. R. V. WILSON
Clearfield, Pa. Will attend to all nrofes-
corner cf 2d and Locust
Jan. 28, IS63.
DR. M. WOODS. Paacncrso Fbtsich, aad
Examining Surgeon for Pensions.
OSes, Stfsth-west corner of Second and Cherry
Street, ClearSeld, Pa. January 21, 1363.
JB PENALLY, Attorney at Law. Clearfield.
. Pa, Practices in Clearfield and adjoining
counties. Office in new brick building of J. Boya
ton, 2d street, one door south of Lanich's Motel.
ICHARD MOSSOP, Dealer in Foreign and Do
1 mestic Drv Goods, Groceries. Flour. Bacon.
Liquors. Ac. Room, en Market street, a few doors
west of Journal OjUeXm&&, Pa. Apr27.
ARRIMER 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 conn ties. August S, lt&fl.
JAS. H. LABS1H ES. ISaSEL VEST.
"1TTALTER BARRETT, Attobset at Law, hav
fV ing resigned his commission in the army,
and resumed the practice of the law. may be con
sulted on professional business at his old office on
Second Street, Clearfield, Pa. All business prompt
ly attended te. February ink, 1363.
rfUIOMAS J. M CULLOUOH, Attorney at Law.
J Clearfield, Pa. Oftee, east of tbe ' Clearfield
co. Bank. Deeds and other legal instruments pre
pared with promptness and accuracy. July 3.
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BUSH A M CULLOUGU S
Collection Crrice. Clsabfisld. Pim't.
PRtEXDS AND RELATIVES OF TITE
BRAVE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.
PILLS ASD OI5T.nE.XT. -All
who have Friends and Relatives to the Ar
my and Navy should take especial care thse they
be amply supplied with these Pills and Oinimeat ;
and where the brave Soldiers and Sailors have
neglected to provide themselves with them, no bet
ter present can be sent them by their Friends.
They have been proved to be the Soldier's never
failing friend in the hour of need
Coughs and Golds Affecting Trcojt,
Will be ypeedily relieved and effectually cure! by
using these admira-M medicines, and by paying
proper attention to the Directives which are at
tached to each Pot er Box.
Sick Headache and Want of Appetite, Ineidsa
. tal to Soldiers.
These feelings which so sail en us usually arise
from trouble or annoyances, obstructed pen-pi ra
tion, or eating and drinking whatever is unwhole
some, thus disturbing the healthful action of the
Liver and Stomach. These organs mast be reliev
ed, if you desire to be welt. The P Us taken ac
cording to ths pTJSleA. inftractto-ns. will quickly
produce a healthy action in both Liver and Stem
ach. and ss a natural ooBsefuence, a clear head
and good appetite.
Weakness) or Debility Induced by Over Fatigue
- W ill sovB diswppear by tbe use of these invalua
ble fills, and tbe collier will quickly acquire ad
ditional strengta Never let tne Bowels be either
'ysentery ana rlux. raanv persons
supposing mat tney wouia increase tne relaxation.
This is a gTeat mistake, for these Pills will correal
the Liver and Stomach, and thuj remove all the
acrid humors from the system. This medicine will
give tone and vigor to the whole organic system,
however deranged, while health and strength fol
low as a matter of course. Nothing will stop tls '
relaxation of the Bowels to sure as this medicine.
Volunteers, Attention I-Indiscretions of "Jouth.
Sores and Ulcers. Blotches and Swellings, can
with certainty be radically cured, if the Pills are
taken night and morning, and the Ointment be
freely used as stated in the printed instructions.
If treated in any other manner, they dry p ia
one part to break oat ia another. Whereas this
Ointment will remove the humors from the system,
and leave the Patient a healthy and vigorous man.
It will require a little perseverance ia bad cases
to insure a lasting cure.
For Wounds either occasioned by ths Bayonet.,
Sabre, or the Bullet, Sores or Bruises,
Te which every Soldier or Sailor art liable, there
are no medicines so safe, sure, and convenient, as
Holloa-ay 's Pills and Ointment. The poor wounds
ed aad ai most dying sufferer might have h irwoand
dressed immediately, if he would only provide
himself with this matchlessOintmeat. which should
be thrust into the wound and smeared all around
it- then covered with a piece of tinea from his
knapsack and compressed with a hsadkerehiet
Taking, night and morning. 6 or 8 Pills, to eeol
the system and prevent inflammation.
Every Soldier a Knapsack and Seaman's Chest
should be provtded with, these valuable remedies.
CACTTOX. None are genuine unless the
words -J1ollowat, New Ycbk axd Losdos." are
dlscernable as a Water-vase in every leaf of tae
book of directions around each pot or box; the
same may be plainly seen by holdixo tub leas'
to the light A handsome reward will be given
to any one rendering such information aa may lead
to the detection of any party er parties eoaelar.
letting tbe medicines or vending the same, know
ing them to be spurious.
So!d at the manufactory of Professor Hot
towar, SO Maiden Lane, New York, aad hr all
respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicine,
tbroaghoat the civilised wr!d, in bexee at 2i
cents, 62 cents, aad SI each.
There is considerable saviag by taking tbe
N B -Direct 100s for tbe faidasw ef pattest
ia every disorder are eased te each hex.
S Tork- Jaeaay 7. ISM ly.
thiseity. will assist in this department , , tU" r1' h
ical Department. Three dollars' worth F l,
given every year; and if it were only J ,tr"5eI' L r.T T. P,"!shc,d
A' r j - p,,v ,,1 1 ' mended for Dysentery and Flux, raanv