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CLEARFIELD, PA., DEC. 21, 1864.
Kaftsiuau's Journal AImanac-18o4.
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TIMK OF HOLDING COVKT.
2d Monday in January, I 3.1 Monday in . Tune.
3d "ia March. 4th in fept-mT.
Of each year, and continue two week if necessary.
COrXTY AND DISTRCT OFFICER. :
Pres'tJudge Hon. Samuel Linn, Bellefoute.
As'te.Judges Hon. J. D.Thouipson, Curwensville
Hon. James Rioonj. Forrest
Sheriff.... Edward Perks. . ..Clearfield
Prothonotary. D. F. ritzweiler, . '
free. 4 Kec. . Isaiah G. Larger . .
District Att'y, Israel Test, . .-. -
Treasurer. . . O. Kratzer. . .
Co. Surveyor. 11. B. Wright.
Couiaiiss'n'ra, -laeob Kuutz. .
. , . , . Autos Read.
Auditors. . . CLiis Worrell. .
11 tt ooawuru,
- F. F, Coutriet,
J V7. Potter
Co SuperiBd't C. B. Sandfor I,
. M8T Ok" mST-OFFICK.-;. .
t,.,W;.;, XtfM of P.O. Sm'ifP
Eeccaria. - 'j.eu Jiope.
- ThcodT.i Vt! l..
- Hon,arty'iX lload Siimiiel Keirartv
Eel!, - - - Uower,
- V M Cra-kpn
.- .... Chest,
- Thos.A. M'tJhr'.-,
- J.W Oampbv'l.
- 11. L. Ilend -.-rs!U.
- Jaiaes iilootn.
- .las. Forrc-.-t.
- U. II. Moore.
- Charles loj-py.
O.itend. - -
Forrest. - -
T . . V . . V - .
Uloom, - -
Jefi'erson Line, -
Furcsid. - NewWashington - James Gallaher.
" ... Uurr.side.
i ,- - - l'atchinviUe,
4. .'. . . East Kidgc,
Cbe.'t.- - - - Ifurd. - -'
... jictJarvey. -
. . - - Wetover.
tearfield. -- Clearfiel 1.
Covington, - Frenehville,
. . . Karthaus, -riirwnriKvilla
V,'. f. Irvin.
S A. Farher.
M. A. Frank '
1. A. (luulin.
J. F.AV Schnarr
T. W Fleming.
Uecaiur, - Philipsburg. Centra cauuty. Pa.
.. . West Decatur. - Sophie Uadthneh
.i . . Osceola Miii-i, . - T. F F'.alich.
Frtrnsnn. - Mrron. - - - - Edm. Uillisimg.
- . . - Helltn Post Ofliee. Flk eounty, 1
tiimr l, - - - J.-oiite'c Mills.
- - - K;ild liills. - -(Jo.-hen,
;- - Miawj-ville, -
rabam. - - rihamton. -Oui-lich,'.-
- Smith's Mi'ilj,
. Ma lera. - -
- C. .Iiai.r.
- Vt'iliiam Ciirr.
. A. Shaw.
- Th is II. I'.irete
- A. li. toy.
- Cha.. J. Pum v.
- laviil T-ler.
- II. Woo (ward
- Eliza Chne.
- tieo. lleekadurn
- M. O. Stirk.
- Jas. Thouips-in
- J . C ijri.-iiuer.
- il V, Speiu'er.
. A. C. .M-nore '
Ilnston, - - Tyler. - - -"
... IV-nnfieM, - -Jordan,
- - Anunvi lie, -Kartb'ans.
- Salt l.iek. - -Knox.
- - - New Millport, -.Morris,
- - - Kylertowu, - -
... Morris'Jale. - -l'enn,-
- - -. Lumber City.J' --..
- - Ura!niii.n UilU
.Piko. Curueiif'viHe. - - 'i
F J 'ale.
I. ru baker.
.... liloominjvii'e. - - i-'nj
I'ninn. -' Kofkton. - - - - l. 1j
Woodward, Jeffries, . . - - Jainif L,.-!i-;-t
4 This Post Ulfiee will do for Chest to ivnsu ij.
V i 1J answer lor Fergi.son township.
STATE 5t U. STATES DiKEC'I OKY
, OFFICF.U5 OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Governor. ... A.tf Oui lin. - - - Ct.ntro county
Kee'v of Com. Eli Slifer.
- - - - L nion county
Dep. secretary, w. u. Arm jong.
Auditories. ' Iau'-o Slenker. -v -Purveyor
Oea. - Jas. P. Barr. - - -
Ft ion county
"Attorney (lea. W. M. Meredith,
Adjutant iei. . A i. i.ngoll. -r
State Treasurer, W. V- M'Uratb. -Sup.
Corn. St-h'a Chag K Coburn,
Deputy Sup't, - S. V. rlate, - - -folate
Librarian. Win Forney. - - -
St PiiEMK CornT- t-ief Justice,
ward. "'' Associates, Ja.8. Thompson
J. M. Keed, D. Aincw. Sessionfi,
Craw ford co
O W Wood
1-t Monday of January, liarriabur -3th Monday
.of April. Suubury lat Monday f October, and in
' FilUburg on the 3d Monday of October.
OFFICERS OF TIIH UNITED STATE?.
President, - - - Abraham Lincoln, Of Illinois.
Vice President. .Hannibal liamlin, Of Maine, '
. Peo. of State, - Wui H Seward, - New York.
Sec. of Trcan'y W. P. Feenden, - Maine
Sec. ol War. - K. M. Stanton, - Pennsylvania
Sec.'ot "!Nar;. ' (iicleojj Welles, '- - Connecticut.
Sec. of Interior I.aac P. IVuir. - - Indiana.
P. M. Gen. - - Mont. Flair, - - - Maryland.
' AttornevGen. - Edward Hates - - Missouri.
'.. .SiritEME ConiT. Chief Justice, Roger B. Ta- j
' ncv, of Maryland Associate' Justice Samuel i
" Kelson of New York, Robert C. Grier of Penrsyl
vaiiia, Jubn'M. Wayne of Georgia, John Catron of
"Tenucsoee. Nathan Clifford of Maine. Caleb li.
' Smith of Indiana. Meets in Washinjton city on
.the 1st Monday of December
milE EXCELSIOR SUNBEAM' FnO-
. X TOtiKAPH, AMBROTl'PE AND
& Co ,,
-have r e- ,
rently re- -.fitted
.U. U.V jrt
- , o u
: r. . - stf
. ourg,eu- j. - . .
.tre co. (at present) where they can supply all those
,' in want of pirtum of any style-or quality. They
have a skylight and sidelight combined, which is
..superior to any other light. Their, pictures are
, sot excelled anywhere and they challenge coin-4-
parUon respecting quality and rrice. notwith
standing the Increase iu price, of chemicals acd
other materi al. They will take Photographs at
the following low prices: large Photographs,
SI, 75, and fr additional copies. ?1.08 4cards
filain, for SI. 25: iuplites 2 cents. 4esrd-. vig-
nette. 51,50 ; d up lioatcs 3l cents .;4 card 'Ferre
etypes Sl..r0: duplicates 35 cents. j .v j .
P. S. Parti'jularatfention given to copyinsall
kins of pictures into photographs at reasonable
; - . i BRADLEY iO i
Jftair nIlirfrs Fa.
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. TEKMS OF THE JOUKXAL.
The RArTSMAs's JorRJtAb i published on Wed
nesday at S1.50per annum in advance. If not
paid at the beginning of the year, $2.00 will be
Advertisements will be inserted at $1.00 per
square, for three or less insertions Twelre lines
(or less) counting a square. For every additional
insertion 25 cents will be charged A deduction
will be made to yearly advertisers.
2o subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no' paper will be discontinued un
til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of
the publisher. .. . . . . .,' ' J5; R0W-
IIO.Mii INSURANCE COMPAN Y,
Office No. 135 Broad w a v, .N Y.
cash capital. : : : ; : : : : 52,000.000 00
assets, 1st July, 1S64. : : : : .: 3.0C0.000 00
liabilities, : : : : : : 51,577 54
C1IAS. S. MARTIN. President,
A. F. WILLMARTII, Vice-President.
JOI1N McGEE. Secretary.
Policies of Insurance against Los or Damaga
bv Kire.bv J. II. FCLFORD Agent.
'August'17. 1b64-nm. " Clearfield Pa
MHO HOUSE OWNERS. The undersigned
JL having recently discovered an infallible and
simple cure for that annoying malady in horses,
known as- Doof-bound." Any person sending 51
in a letter, will receive by return mail a rec pe
giving proper directions as to the necessary treat
ment. Address, JACOB IRWIN.
September 21, 18C4-tf. Clearfield. Pa.
BULK LEY'S PATENT LEMBER DRIED
BY SUPERHEATED STEAM. The under
signed respectfully informs the people of Clear
field and adjoining counties that he has the agen
cy of the above patent and will sell individual,
county or township rights for its nse. The lum
ber dried by this process is stronger, finishes bet
ter, is easier oil tools, and requires less time in
drying than any ether proees known, drying 1
inch lumber perfectly in 35 hours better than
many mouths under the old system using the
same amount of fuel per day that a common kiln
consumes. - The certificate of a number of resi
dent mechanics well known in this community is
amply sufficient to convince the most sceptical of
if utility. 'Persons-desirous of pnich.osing rights
will address JOUN L. CUTTLE.
June 21, li 3. Cearfield. Penn'a.
HIPPLE & FAUST,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY-GOODS, &C.
MAIS STREET, CURW ENSVILLE, PA.
f piIE UNDERSIGNED having tsken the stocK
JL of merchandize of the late firm of Patton.
Hippie i Co., have just added a fresh supply of
, SEASONABLE GOODS,
comprising Groceries, Dregs. Queensware.
IViots and Shoes. Clothing, Muslins, De Laines
Prints. Sattinets, Flannels, etc., which
they offer at low prices
FOR CASH OR READY PAY.
Grain. PorK, Shingles and Boards, taken in ex
change for goods. We respectfaliy asK a share
of pntronage. "Call and examine oursrocx.
Curwensville. Dec. 11. lilPPLK A FAUaT.
N ii. The accounts of Patton, Hippie & Co , are
iu our hands, and we hereby notify persons hav
ing unsettled aciounls- to call ari l settle the same
?i we desire to have the boons closed.'
December II. 1851. HIPPLE 4 FAUST.
NEW FIRM AND NEW COODS.
CARLISLE &. CO.,
Foreign and Domes ie Dry Goods, Groceri ,
Lumber, Shingles, &c.
PHILIPSBrnG. CE.N'THE COUNTT, PESSA.
CARLISLE & CO., have received and are just
opening the largest assortment of the
and most seat-oiuible .goods ever brought to this
i v section of ;omriry, consisting of
DRY UOOIW AND GROCERIES;
Xotif!!.; HjVrihviiro ami Queenswarc;
Lai j IKS' FUBS.
Hoods'. Nubias. Sun tags. Palinoral and Haop
skirts ; Huts. l;is. Boots and Shoes;
et;'lv-w.ul; Cloth iii. :laUt stylos;
SJcnool BookRnd Eittionary ;
lIio-ilmir, i':ii!i:;i an-! C'jrii taroh ;
Drugs, Oils'. 'Paints. -Putty imd G :ai :' Coal-oil
Lamps, Wood and Wi.Iow ware;
TRUNKS AND CARPET Ii ti.S ; "
Pipes. Tobacco nnd Segars: Fish. .Salt. Nails.
Coal and Linseed ' 'i is ; Flour. Feed und
Prcvi-ioos; imd all articles usual
ly kept in a country store
All of which will besdd CHEAP FORCASH
or approved produce, Lumber or Shingles.
X..v 18, liii3-tf CARLISLE. CO.
GODEI'S LADY'S E00K.
FASHION MAGAZINE OF THE WORLD.'
Literature, fine Arts and FasiiimiP. The most
luaguiliccnt Stiel eugravingc. lo;ible r .ishion
piaies. Wool engravings on every subject that
can interest ladies Cbet knitting. Netting,
Embroidery. Article- for the Toilet, for the Par
lor, the Boudoir, and the Kitchen. Everything
in fact, to make acoinpb.te Lady's Book.
THE LADIES FAVORITE FOR 35 YEARS.
No Magazine has been able to compete with it.
None attempt it. ...
for every department of a household. These a
lonc are worth tliu price of the Ljook.
Model Cottages (no other Magazine gives them),
Drawing lessons for the young. Anothcrspc
eiality with 1 Jodey.
Original Music, worth SI a year. Other Maga
zines publish o4d worn-out music; but the subscri
bers to tiodey get it before the music stores
(i.irieiiiiig for Ladies. Another peculiarity
Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart & Co , of
Nffw York, the millionaire merchants, appear in
Godey. theonly Magazine that has them.
Also, fashions from the celebrated Brodie of
Nrw York. . -
Ladies' Uonnuts. We give more of them in a
year than nuy other Magazine In fact, the La
dy's llook enables every lady to be her own bon
net maker. -
Author? of . Afo'.'' IT'il''n pTfh," "JToss
; .SVi." A'c;!j.i." and "ili'rwwi,"
writes for Uodey each month, and tor no other
magazine. We have also retained all our old and
favorite contributors. '
TERMS OF . '. '
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK FOR 1365. V
From ubicli there can Ze no Deviation.
The foilowinz arc the terms of the Lady's Book
for 18-jj. At present, we will receive subscribers '
l.n f.illnu'imr mttA lino linlii.ii u.-ll .a rrii'.n !
if we are obliged to advance, which will depend
upon tho price of paper. ,
One copy, one year S3 00
Two copies, one year , 5 00
Threecopic. one year ' 7 00
Four copies, one year 10 00
. Five copies, one year, and an extra copy
ta the person sending the club, making
six capie - . 14 00
Eight copies, one year, and'an extra copy ' .
to theperronseuding the club.making
nine copies 21 00
. .. Eleven copies one year.and an extra copy
. . to the person sending the club, making
twelve copies ' " i- - ti 27 60 '
. Additions to any of the above clubs. $2 50 each
Subwriber. -'. .. : . . .. .
.... ttodey's Lndy'sltook and Arthur's Home. Mag
azine will be sent. each oneyear.on receiptof 54 50. i
We have no clubs with any other Magazine or i
Newspaper.-- . . . . , H
- 1 he money must all be sent at one time for any
.vino.. . Aauresa , , ,u. a tiULtr, .
K. . Comer Sixth nI Chestnut Streets,
fet W,18M. PTtiladtlphia.
Men, Youths and Boys can 6e supplied with full
suits of seasonable and fashionable clothing at
REIZENSTEIN BRO'S & CO.,
where it is so Id at prices that will induce their
purchase. The universal satisfaction which has
been given, has induced them to increase their
s'ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of the kind in this part of the State.
Reizenstcin Bro's &, Co.,
Sell go at a very small profit, "for cash ;
Their goods are well wade and fashionable.
-They give every oae the.worth of his money-. ;
They treat their customers all alike.
They sell cheaper than every body else.
Their store is conveniently situated.
They having purchased their stock at reduced
prices they can sell cheaper than Others
' For these and other reasons persons should buy
their clothing at
REIZENSTEIN BUCKS A CO. '.
Produce of every kind taken att.be highest
market prices. May 13, lfc64.
" WHAT IS IT?"
GREAT EXCITEMENT IU GLEN HOPE, PA
EVERYBODY SEEMS PLEASED.
Ami Why Shoul-l They Not Be?
Surely,' the people in th;U section of CjJoarfield
county bavo great reason to be rejoiced over
the pleasing announcement that
' JOHN :E0 33 S O N
has just opened in his New Store Room, the larg
est and best selected stock of goods ever brought
to that part of the county of Clearfield.
NEW ST3RE AND NEW GOODS. ' '
The undersigned having removed his store to
his New Building on Pine Street, Glen Hope, op
posite the -4Jnion House,'' is now opening and of
fering to the public the largest and best selected
stock of seasonable goods ever offered iu this
place and neighborhood, and will be soil at pri
ces to Suit the times.
His Stock embraces Dry-Ioods, Notions. Hard
ware. Queens-ware. Boots Shoes. Hats and Caps.
Ready made clothing. Paints. Oils, lilass. Nails.
Bacon, Fish. Hour. Palt; Willow, Stone and Earthen-ware,
OF DRY-GOODS, he has Cloths. Cassimers, Sat
tinetts, Tweeds, Vestiugs, Flannels. Shirtings,
Prints. Cobur sloth. Alpacas, De Lainos. (Jing
bams, Chintz Rerchief , Nubias. Sontags, Nan
kin, Lawns. Linen. Lace Edgings, Collars, Trim
mings, Braids. Vai's, etc. .
OF HARDWARE, he has axes, saws, chisels,
knives and f rks. locks, hinges, screws, augers,
hammers, nails, spikes. Stoves of various patterns
and sizes, flat irons, etc
T OF GROCERIES, he has coffee, sugar, molas
ses, teas, rice, pepper, cinnnion, cloves, Flour,
hams, sidcE. shoulders, fish. etc.
OF QUEENSWARE, he has tea sets, cups and
saucers, cream, jugs, tea and coffee pots, pitchers
bowls, plates, dishes, etc.
OF CLOTHING, he has coats, pants. Tests, un
dershirts, shirts, drawers, neck-ties, gloves, socks,
hats. cups, boots, shoes, etc
Ail the above, and numerous other articles, for
sale cheap for cash, or exchanged for all kinds of
lumber ai.d country produce.
Remember, that I am receiving goods weekly
from Baltimore. Philadelphia, New York and
Pittsburg, and that any goods can be furnished
on very hort notice.
Call snd exaiuine the goods and prices and sat
isfy yoJrselves of the utilitv of buying tit
Glsn Hope. December 23. 18o3.
THE TRIBUNE FOU 1S0J.
The Military tiud Naval successes of 1SC1. with
the auvpiui- us result of our Presidential contest,
have lifted a heavy weight from the breasts of
tij.j Loyal Millions of our countrymen. It is now
full. ttn by those w ho Lave been distrustful and
fiiint-hearted. that the I i. ion i to emerge trium
phant fioiu the deadly strife nheruintn she was
so wickedly precipitated by her assailants, and
that Slavery her rdciitie s foe. is to encoiiHU r the
fate of Human. The perils of foreign interven
tion und of Western insurrection are safely pass
ed ; Abraham Lincoln, no longer assailable as the
choice of a minority, holds the helm of State for
four years longer.: the Rebellion, palpably weak
ened by its defeats and losses during tbe year
uow.tlosuig with its credit so reduced that its
purse-bearer oiliciaily declares that its Treasury
Notes can only be exchanged for coin at the rate
Of twenty-five for one. while its bonds command
but six cents on the dollar but awaits the blow
which shall soon strike tho sword from its parri
oilal hand and remit its master-spirits to the jus
tice, or it may be to the clemency, of a sorely
wronged end jus'ly incensed but forbearing and
magnanimous People. Such are the . auspices
which jus-'ify our yenr soon to open will seethe
Stars and Stripes Uoat unchallenged from every
buttJeuu Lt iu the Republic and the perfect law
of Liberty for All immovably imbedded in the
Constitution of our Union.
The New York Tribune, founded in lStl, will
enter upon its twenty-fourth year with quickened
hopes and enlarged means of usefulness. Its
principles need no- re-statemeut: its aims are the
diffusion of Intelligence and the inculcation of a
spirit of Freedom and Humanity. When this
truth i-hall have generally been recognized and es-tabli.-hcd
:,s the tasis of our in.-:itutioiij aud poli
ty, that injustice to the poorest, tho weakest, the
most despised, is a fearful mistake that nocoin
inuuity or State can afford to wrong e en its hum
blest member then will our land bask once mote
in the culm sunshine of peace aud piospority.
The Tribune has for the last year been publish
ed without profit to its proprietors, solely because'
of the depreciation of our Currency below tbe
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prompt and permanent relief from the Bitters.
The testimony on this point is most conclusive,
and from both sexes.
The agony of Lillious Colic is immediately as
suaged by a single dose of the stiinulent. nnd by
occasionally resorting to it.the return of the com
plaint may be prevented
As a General Tonic, ll-jsti tier's Bttters produce
effects which must be experienced or witnessed
before they can be fuily appreciated. In cuscs of
Constitutional Weakness, Premature . Decay and
Debility and Decrepitude arising from Old Age.
it exercises the electric influence. In the conva
lescent stages of all diseases it operates as a de
lightful invigorant. Whenthe powers of nature
are relaxed, it operates to re-enforce and re-establish
Last, but uot least, it is the only safe StimuIenU
being manufactured from sound and innocuous
materials, and entirely free from the acid ele
ments present more or less in all the ordinary
tonics and stomachics of the day.
The iinnietiJa increase ia the sale of Ilostrtt'rs
Bitters; both at home and abroad, during the past
yearproves that the world, while it obeys the
Scriptural injunction to -try all things." only
'Holds fast to that which is good.'' Spurious
preparations, like poisonous fungi, are continual
ly springing up. but their character is soon dis
covered, and they are -Dung like worthless weeds
away." On the other hand, a great antidote that
performs all it promises, and even more than its
proprietors claimed for it on its introduction, is
"not for a day, but for all time."
No family medicine has been so universally. and.
it way be truly added, deservedly, popular with
the intelligent portion of the community, mJIus-tett-
Prepared by Hostetteh A Smith. Pittsburg Pa.
Sold by all Druggists. G tocers and Storekeepers
everywhere. Nov. 10. Ivi3. 1 yr.
t'oMPofMi Fi.cm EvrKAfT UrrHi-. a Positive and
Specific Remedy for diseases -f tne Redder. Kid
neys. (Ira cel. o-id Dropsical Swellings. This med
icine increases the power of ligction. and excite
the Absorbents into healthy actior, bv which the
Watery or Caleerous depositions, and all u cultu
ral enlarg-Ments are re juctdj as well as Pain and
1 1 EL M HO LIPS EXTRACT R U t il U .
For Vi'cukne.-s arising from Excesses. Habits of
J'issipatbm. early indiscretion of abuse, attended
with the following symptoms :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss
of Memory. Difficulty of Breathing. Weak Nerves
Trembling. Horror of Disease. Wakefulness, Dim
ness of vision. Pain in the back. Universal Lassi
tnde of the Muscular system. Hot Hands. Flush
ing of the Body. Dryness of the tkin. Eruptions
on the Face, Palid Countenance
These symptoms, if allowed logo on. which this
medicine invariably removes, soon follows lm po
tency. Fatuity. Epileptic Fits, in one of which the
Patient may expire. Who cag say that they are
not frequently followed by those Direful Diseases,
'InSTitity und Consumption"
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering,
but none will confess the records of the insane as
ylums. And melancholy deaths by Consumption
bear ample w i'ness to the truth of tho assertion.
Tbe Constitution once effected with Orgimie
Weakness requires the aid of Medicine tost -cugth-en
and invigoratu the system, wbica iielmbold's
Extract Buuhu invariably does. A trial will con
vince the mott skeptical. . ;
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES.
. In many Affections peculiar to Females tho Ex
tract Lucbu is unequalled' by any other remedy,
as in Chlorosis or iieteniion, Ii regularity, Pain
fulness,or Suppression of Customary Evacuations.
Ulcerated or Scirrhous sta'o of the Uterus, Lou
chorroea or Whites. Sterility, and for all com
plaints incident to the sex, whether arising from
indiscretion. Habits of Dissipation, or in tho De
cline or Cntiitse of 1m ft.
Take no n.oro Balsam. Mercury, or unpleasant
medicines for unpleasant and dangerous diseases.
Iielmbold's Extract Buchu and Improved Rose
Wash cures, Secret Disease, in all their stages,
At little Expense. Little or no change in diet. No
inconvenience. And no Exposure.
It causes a frequent desire and gives strencth
to Urinate, thereby removing Obstructions Pje
venting and curing Strictures of the Urethra, al
laying Pain and lnflamation, so frequent in the
class ot diseases, and expelling all Poisonous. Dis
eased and worn out matter.
' Thousands upon Thousands who have been the
"victims of quacks, and who have paid heavy fees
to be cured in a short time, have found they were
deceived, and that the ' Poison'' has, by the nse
of Powerful astringents.'7 . been dried up in the
.system, to brcas out in an. aggravated form, and
. perhaps after marriage.
Use Iielmbold's Extract Buchu for all affections
and diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether ex
isting in Male or Female from whatever cause
originating and no matter of how long standing.
Diseases of these organs requires the aid of a
"Diuretic. Iielmbold's Extract. Buchu is the Groat
Diuretic, and is certain to have the desired effect
in all diseases for w hich it is recomended.
Evidence of the most reliable and responsible
character wilt accompany the medicine.
Price S1.00 per Bottle, or six for 5,00.
. Delivered to any address, securely packed from
observation, t Describe Symptoms in all communi
cations. . Cures guaranteed ! Advice gratis !
- Address letters for information to
II. B. HELM BOLD. Chemist,
104 South Tentb-st , bel. Chestnut, Phil's,
nelmbold's Medical Depot. ' '"-..
Hclmbold's Drug and -Chemical Warehouse. .
591 Broadway, New York.
Beware of Counterfeit and unprincipled Deal
ers who endeavor to dispose of their own and oth
er articles on the reputation attained by Iielm
bold's Genuine preparations. -Extract Buchu.
Sarsaparilla. Improved Rose wash.
Sold by all Druggists everywhere. Ask for
Iielmbold's. Take no other. Cut out the Adver
tisement and send for it, and avoid exposure.
Soy. li, 1863, 1 yr'
CLEARFIELD HOUSE, CLEARFIELD.
The subscriber having purchased .the
furniture and interest from II. II. Morrow, insaij
House, is now prepared for the reception of tran
siect and permanent boarders. Kverv depart
ment connected with his establishment wi'il bo
conducted second to none in the county. Ho res
pectfully soliciis a share of public patronage.
July 11. 18o.-y. GEO. X. COLLI RN.
SERIOUSLY HURT !
AU tbe Merchants in the neighborhood of Cur
wensville, because I have brought on and opened
a large and well assorted stock ot
which I am selling at extremely low prices for
cash. My stock embraces all the variety usually
kept in a country store, and selected with an eye
to suit these
I will not, here attempt to' enumerate all the arti
cles I keep; and their fabulously low pricca
which Imightdo but after you'will have soon
and examined for you'selves. you will exclaim, in
tne language ot the tueen of the South
"HALF HAS NOT BEEN TOLD "
I will merely say, come and see for yourselves,
for I feel satisfied that I can suit your tastos as
well as your purses
Lumber and all kinds of produce also taken in
exchange for goods.
Curwensville. Oct. 22. 1S52. J. F. IRVIN.
- i. -m m i
FRESH -A. 1ST 13 ZPTJ-jR-jB I
IIARTSWICK & HUSTON,
.MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD,
Keep constantly on hand a large and well select
ed stock of
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
Perfumery, Toilet Goods
ULAN K ROOKS St STATIONA K V,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
And a general assortment of varieties and fancy
articles We respectfully invite a call, feeling
confident that we can supply tb wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction. April 29, lo64.
War in QiirwensviUe!
New Good.s Extreraelv Low.
STILL A GRAND MISTAKE'.!!
T H A T A L L T II E M E It C II A N T S A T C I R W E N S -ville
were wounded. 'Tis true, that I was '-.shot
at. but missed." but I ha ve procured another new
aud large assortment of goods from the city, which
I am disposing of at lower rates than any other
house in the county.
HEAD!! READ!!! READ!!::
Among the Ladies' dress goods will be found
Poplins, shallics. delains. lawns, and a variety of
other seasonable articles, at the lowest war pri
ces. Ladies who wish to make a good invest
ment should calj and examine my etock.
CLOTniNG AT REDUCED PRICES.":
Rye. oats and corn for sulo. Also, bacon, fish,
etc., at very low figures.
Bei-t sugar at from 12 to 15 crrts per pound.
Beslyrup at i'0 ccnlsjer gallon. Ail o'her
groceries at the same rate. Hoots and sheas, an-i
?how tir.dii.gj. cheap.
Now is the time to buy, when goods are plenty;
and all I ask is. forepersons to examine my gooJs
and I feel persuaded they will not go away with
out purchasii.sr J. D. THOMPSON.
Curwensville, May 20th, 1833-jal.
Desires to inform his old friends and cu'tomers
thaf 'having enlarged bis shop and increased his
lacilitier for maauiucturii.g. he is i.t.w prepared
to niiike to order meh furniture as m.-ty ne de.-ir-ed,
ir. good style and at cheap rates for cash. He
mostly has tn hand at his "at riture Rooms."
a varied assortment of furuituie. among which is.
.BUREAUS AM) SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes aud Rook-cascs; Centre. Sofa. Parlor.
Breakfast aud Dining extension Tables.
Comracn, French-posts, Cottage, Jeu-jiy-Liind
and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL RINDS. W l u-.VTANDS. hat
RACKS. "WASH-STANDS, .ie.
Spring-seat, Cain-bottom, an! Tarlor Chairs ;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hand, and new glasses for
old frames, wbieh will be put in on very
reasonable terms, on short notice.
He also keeps n hand, or furnishes to order. Hair.
C'orii-hiisk, lialr and Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS, OF EVERY KIND,
Made to order, rm, funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desirable.
Also, House painting done to order.
The above, and many other articles are furnished
to customers cheap for cash or exchanged' for ap
proved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar.
Lin-wco l nnd other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on Market street, Clear
field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Store."
December 4. 1-Siil JOHN GUELICH.
Have just opened a large and splendid assort-
at their old Stand in Clearfield. Penn'a.
They have the best assortment of Hardware th.it
has ever been brought to this county, which they
will sell a' the most reasonable price, among
which will be lound a splendid lot of euatery. to
which they invite the special attention of'lte
On hand an assortment of heavy silver-plated
Forks, Spoons, and Butter knives, of the best
A lot of pistols of tbe best patterns, and other
fire-'irnas. Also a general assortment of pistol
cartridges ; all of which will be sold at reasona
ble prices: -
They continue to manufacture alL kinds of tin
ware, brass kettles, etove pipe, etc.. which cannot
be surpassed in this section of the state.
: They a so have on hand Pittsburg Plows, a
luong w'lich are steel centre lever plows. Also.
Plow castings, and othcrarieultural implements.
Cook stoves, and Parlor and Coal stoves a gen
eral assortment, and of tbe best patterns, for sale
at reasonable prices
Coal oil. Coal oil lamps, paints, oils and var
nishes, a general assortment. Glass, putty, nails,
iron, aud costings, a great variety; in fact almost
anything that may be wanted by the public can
be found in their establishment, aud at prices that
cannot be beat.. '
Now is the time to purchase, if you desire any
thing in their line of business. Give them a call
and examine their stock, and they feel assured
that you cau bs accommodated.
Remember, their establishment is on 2d Street.
Clearfield. Pa., where you can buy goods to the
very best advantage. . ;
Old silver, copper, brass,- pewter and eld oast
ings will be taken in exchange for goods. -
May IS, 1841. MERRELL k BISLS&.
. A. M. liirr s; rn.in.iv ,. ... -
J1 his natrons t m , , - '-'Jt
. J .VH-.-...I1SI CU!... ...
fin t W r
- r---. nero, r Jol.t aui ,', .
streets at a!! times, except whin notice ar-ii
in the tvwn papers to the Contrary .) ulv. V-
SOMETHING SUBSTANTIAL in LTJSIEEi: CITY
Has recently opened a shop in Lumber Cfy p.
where he will keep constantly on hand, he'i" m, '
ufactnre to order, all kinds of Tin Srce- I
and Copper ware '' " 1
RAFTING STOVES oossUnMy on Uni -which
Lumbermen will ,.:e;.se take notic, n.
ders for imti,isr, Ronfiu?, j-p resi.ec'fu1' '"
lieited. Rep airing promptly attended to. " "
Store keepers and dealers suppijeJ &t rri4l ,
ble",rates. as be intends kei-rinuu6e but tL t
of workmen, the public ni:,y rely un N ., !
,ro,t. Call at the Sb,Ut,aJ f,,t nUn ,Ba' u'
for yourselves. J..jiN M 1 l'CLh
Lumber-city March 2, l?f4.
I' ST R E C E 1 V K D AT ov?
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE. i22iBA
'ii uliam s iiow. learlieiu. 1 a., a fine assortincr.t ul
WATCHES JEWELRY. Ac, ic, to which wt in
Gold and Silver buntirg and open faced wa::5i
es. to be had at N'AUGLJi'S.
T he Auiericun Lever of different uuaHties. cab
be had at NALMLK S
Fine setts of Jewelry, such as Cai::-.o. Coral. 1.4
11 Jett. Curbuncli. tiarnett. Opal. J !. r'p:i:.a :t
saic. Goll Stone Mosaic, Porcelain paintim-v ic,
or single pieces at NAUOLE '!.
Plain gold Kreast pins. Eardrops. Hoop Ear r:rji.
chiltl ret 'sear drops and rigat N ALM Lb s.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pen-' and sil
ver holders at " NAFtil.E.
Gents breast ins. sleeve buttons, shirt .-tads. :!i
buckles and gui.rd slides at NAUM."--''".
A fine assortment of gold finger rings of differ
ent styles .1:1 1 quality, gold locket. cora ceck'i
ci-s. si 1 v.-r l oin. oles. spt'c; ides, w at h guards nj
all iii'lici. s in his li:.e. on h:;nd at NAIGIjUS.
J ut r.'t i vd. a line Sor'uuent of Fancy sni
coin in on ("lock;, and Farcy Tiiiie-pie-es. from 1 li
to 1 j do'iars at NAUG1 E 5.
Old ;old and Silver wiil be taken in exchn'fo
for goods it NAl ..I.L S.
All gojds warrants:! as represented, or the
ney retunded. at NAt'iiLK'S
If y-iu winh your watches put in good rrf tir
and warranted, take l--5i .N'AUtJi.E S.
SEWIKCi MACHIIffi !
- -. - - .
v Till: '!'l'n 'Vf'r'lE!
i. TiVTSl Jjt 5..- f
THE SHUTTLE STITCH!
THE WEED SEWING MACHINE COM."AST,
506 MnoADWAr, Nkw York. ,
Marfaefure the mo-t perfect Machine for Sewing,
of all kinds, ever presented to the Amerirau pun
lie, and challenge comparison with any temg
Machine made in ihe United States.
The WEED Machines, with all their valub
improvements,ectirely overcome all iu-perlectiuii
They areSiiievior to all otlu-rs. for
FiiUiilv nnl MaiiunK'turi!! nir".i'?-
Simple in construction, durable in all tbrtr p&r'-1'
and READILY l.NI Ei:STO 'I-'. They baveect
tair.ty of stitch on all kinds of fabrics, and ore -dapied
to a wide range of work without clif"
or adjji'mer.t. Using all kinds of thread. ".:'
H,m '.. Bind. i,tf. B.uid. T.-ei. Q--'
Cnrd. and in fact do all kinds of work reqmrfl
by Families or Manufacturers. TLey lake
hi tec foci Sims tie. Si i test, which cannot be cicf t
for firmness, elasticity, durability and eleffM'
Tliey have ReceiveJ the In-host Tr?
... t :..i ,..., i ..r.i tV..-v bsve !
exhibited in competition w ith other m.i--:r-t
We invite till peisons iu search of an instruaf'
to execute any kind of Sewing now done by J-
chinerv. to inspect tbem. au J
curt the. be'-. bv proving the WEED t,ef,,re. ''A "
chasing. The Company being duly licensed,
Machines are protected again -t iufrincnituti
I5rPersons st a distance enn orler ''J n:a.
with a perfect confidence that tho
reach them safely, and that they '
manage it to their entire sHii-lieti' n
tber aid than the printed tostine'i-" ' ',,
nying eaeh Machine. F.verv explauati'.u
cheerfully given to all. w hether they wi-h t"Fj,tfc
chase or not. Descriptive circulars, together
Spwimeus of Work, will be furui.-hed u -desire
them, by mail or otherwise.
U-ReHahlc Agents Wanted, in
in tbe United States, Canada. Brith Frovicc" . ,
Cuba. Mexico. Central and South Auteric. J
India Islands and the Bahama Islands, to
we offer grenl inn 'net menu. Energetic nie
find it a paying business, as reliabi fct!W1''6 jiT
chines have become a necessity in every ' --
We manufacture a great variety of J1."' jj ;
which we give a few price? : No .2?Jlifj i ji-
No. 3 A 4, Manufacturinir. Set' and 595.
WEED SEWING MACHINE cu
(Box 2 041 P O.) 500 Broadwsy,
: New York, May 25, lSC4.-Sin ;
Thomas Mill., - Clearfield. Pv.
authorized agent for the sale of the .
llatkiae. Call aai
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