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CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 10, 1865.
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A dispatch from New Orleans states that
the Rebel ram Webb ran past that city on
the afternoon of the 24th nit. At first she
displayed Union colors bat afterward substi
tuted Confederate. She was, then fired up
on and a 125 pound ball passed through her
bow. Gunboats started in pursuit, but
when 24 miles below the city she was fired
by her crew and blown up. The crew sub
Arizona advices of the 12th of April
mention another fight with the Apaches, in
which 12 Indians were killed, and one sol
dier killed and one wounded. , The Indians
fll fiiJWt W. HoDkins. a member of
the Arizona Legislature ; Carlos W.. Smith,
one of the officers of that body, and several
other whites had lately been murdered by
A letter has been found in Richmond,
which proves the fact, that the steamer J.
H. Russel, destroyed on the Mississippi in
April 1864, was set on fire by an incendiary
employed by one Stimson, under contract
with the rebel authorities. The vessel and
mtm was valued at $307,250, on which
Stimsoo claimed a percentage of $55,725,
The Copperhead Commissioners of York
countr. Pa., refused to allow the County
Court House to be draped in mourniDg, on
the death of President Lincoln, who lost his
life through the teachings of just such cop
perheads as those commissioners. The peo
ple took the matter in hand and draped the
Court House, nevertheless.
Charles P. Clarke, who has been teller in
the Commercial Bank of Philadelphia ibr
fifteen years, absconded on May 2d, being a
defaulter to the amount of $300,000. Spec
ulation, intending to return the money after
he had used it, is the excuse for the defal
About 2,000 more parolled prisoners were
at Vicksburg when the Sultana left. 3,'
others were left at Andersonviile in conse
quence of the railroad being destroyed be
tween Andersonviile and Jackson. They
will be sent to Annapolis by way of the sea
Oregon papers mention the hanging of fif
teen horse thieves and highwaymen in Wal
la and Boise counties by lynch law within a
short time. The vigilance committees had a
list of one hundred and fifty rogues who will
be driven out of the county or punished.
Wade Hampton was the only General who
refused to be included in Johnston's surren
der. He was promptly relieved, and Gen.
Baker put in command of his cavalry. Hamp
ton left with Davis-and Breckinridge, who
are said to be making for Mexico.
It is said that many citizens of Virginia
intend moving to the Northern States in
the hope of so merging in the general popu
lation as to escape the odium that attaches
to them on account of their rebel proclivities.
The infantry portion of Gen. Stoneman's
command is cleaning the mountains in North
Carolina and Tennessee of bushwhackers,
guerrillas and horse thieves, and they are
making clean work of it.
A number of unemployed Generals will
soon be mustered out of service. It is con
templated to retain only about fifteen Major
and sixty Brigadier Generals, and one hund
red and fifty Colonels.
The rebel ram Webb, ran out of Red riv
er at a speed 35 miles an hour. Before
etarting she took on 250 cords of wood, and
50 tons of pine knots. So says one who was
A steamer running on the Rappahannock
was captured on 31 ay 1st, and proved to
have several kegs of specie on board, which
had been stolen in Richmond.
The surrender of Johnston includes sixty
eix general officers, ranking as follows : Full
Generals 3, Lieut. Generals 5, Maj. Gener
als 20, Brig. Generals 3S.
A proclamation will soon issue, declaring
vessels sailing under Confederate flags, pi
rates. They are to be pursued, and if capt
nred, treated as such.
Ex-Governor Aiken, of South Carolina,
it is said was arrested by order of President
Johnson, based on his refusal to take the
oath of allegiance.
Admiral Chas. II. Bell, late of the Pacific
squadron, has been placed in command at
the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Vice Admiral
Between three and four hundred millions
of U. S. securities have found their way in
to the hands of foreign capitalists princi
Mining busines is prosperous in Califor
nia. The deposits in the mint during A-
pril were about $2,225,000. The crops al
eo look well.
Eleven hundred and sixty-five National
Banks are now in operation, with a capital
of two hundred and sixty-five millions.
The subscription to the seven-thirty loan.
, amounted to $5, 23 1 , 1 00 on Monday, May 2d.
Pretty good days work.
Chief Justice Chase has gone South to re-
. organize the United States Courts in the re
- A monument in memory of President
' Lincoln is proposed to be erected in Wash-
. ingtoncity: .
The order, prohibiting the exportation of
.- hay has been rescinded by order President
Visitors to Fortress Monroe must go by
ft Baltimore boats.
TEW1S OF TOE JOURNAL. -
The Raptsm ax's Joursal is published on vv ea-
nesday at S2.00 per isnom n advance, i aet
.;a . ,. k..;.;nnrthmr. $2.50 will be
charged, and S3.00 if not raid before th close of
toe year. m .
Advertise ests win do luicncu ,.
square, for tnree or km
or less) counting a square. For every additional
insertion sucenm wm ub curgcu a.
wiil be mie to yearly advertisers.
No subscription tafcen lor a snorter time man
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un
til all arrearages are paid, except at tne option 01
the publisher. B. J. ROW.
nOE SALE at cost 4 good
stoves , to
JD close out the stock, at the cheap cash
MOSSOP, Clearfield. Pa.
DR. LITC1VS MEDICI ES. Afresh sup
ply of these invaluable Family Medicines
are for sale by M. A. Frank. Clearfield, consisting
ot Pain Curt-; Restorative, a greatcure for colds
and cough ; mi Anti-Hilton Physte. 1 bey nave
been thoroughly tested in this community, and
are highly approved. Tbttbik.
TO HORSE OWNERS. The undersigned
having recently discovered an infallible and
simple cure for that annoying malady in horses,
known as' Hoof-bound." Any person sending SI
in a letter, will receive Ly return mail reo pe
giving proper directions as to the necessary treat
ment. Address, JACOB IRWIN.
September 21, I864-tf. Clearfield, ra.
ED. A. LEVIN
MERCHANT AND DEALER IN LUMBER
Of every description, just received at the "Cor
ner Store." and selling as low for Cash and coun
try produce as can be bought elsewhere in the
county. The stock eonsists or i'ry uooas, uro
eeries, Hardware, Queensware. Glassware, Wil
low-ware, Woodenware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
Ready-made clothing. Flour, Bacon. Molasses,
Syrups. Rice. Fruits. Candies, Nuts. etc. Pur
chasers should see the goods and post them
f-tlte in prices. July 13, 1864,
"WHAT IS IT?"
GREAT EXCITEMENT IS GLEN HOPE, PA
eterybodt seems pleased.
And Why Should They Not Be?
Surelv. the neocle in that section of Clearfield
county have great reason to be rejoiced over
the pleasing announcement that
J O H 1ST ROBSON
has iust onened 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 STORE AND NEW GOODS.
The undersigned having removed his store to
bis New Building on Pine Street. Glen Hope, op
yosite the '-Lniou House, ' is now opening ana oi
fering to the public the largest and best selected
stork of seasonable iroods ever offered in this
place and neighborhood, and will be sold at pri
ces to suit the times.
His Slock embraces Dry-Goods, Notions, Tlard-
ware. Vueens-ware, Hoots. noes. iiats ana iaps.
Keadv made clothing. Paints. Oils, Glass. Nails
Uacon, tub, Hour, bait: n mow. atone ana ear
then-ware, and Stoves.
OF DRY GOODS, be has Cloths. Cassimers. Sat-
tinetts. Tweeds, V estings, flannels. Shirtings
Prints, Cobu'fc .-rloth. Alpacas. l)e Lames. Uing-
hams. Chinta Kerchief. Nubias, ontags, Nan
kin, Lawns. Linen. Lace Edgings, Collars, Trim
mings, Braids. ails, etc.
OF HARDWARE, he has axes, saws, chisels
knives and forks, locks, binges, screws, augers.
hammers, nails, spikes, Stoves of various patterns
and sizes, fiat irons, etc
OF GR0CERIE3. be has coffee, sugar, molas
ses, teas, rice, pepper, cin.imon, cloves, flour,
bams, sides, shoulders, fish, etc.
OF QUEENSWARE, he has tea sets, cups and
saucers, cream jags, tea ana coBee pots, pitchers
bowls, plates, dishes, etc.
OF CLOTHING, he has coats, pants, vests, un
dershirts, shirts, drawers, neck-ties, gloves, socks.
hats, caps, boots, shoes, etc
All theabove, aud numerous other articles, for
sale cheap for cash, or exchanged for all kinds of
lumber and country produce.
Remember, (hat I am receiving goods weekly
from Baltimore. Philadelphia, New York and
Pittsburg, and that any goods can be furnished
on very short notice.
Call and exan.ine the goods and prices and sat
isfy yourselves of the utility of buying vt
Glen Hope, December 23, 1863.
RICHMOND HAS FALLEN !
Richmond has Fallen!!
and so has the
PRICE OF GOODS
AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE OF
J. I. Morris & Co.,
Philipsburg, Centre co., Pa.,
Who have just returned from the city with
large and well Selected Stock of Goods- (Spring
and Summer,) purchased since the late decline in
prices, and which they are prepared te sell cheap
er than the cheapest.
Prints, delaines, balmorals and hoop
skirts, ladies and children's circu
lars, ladies baskets, &c, &c.
Notions in endless variety. Boots and
shoes of all kinds for ladies, men
Cloth in of all kinds for men and boys at sensa
tion prices. Hats and caps in endless vari
ety, for men, boys and children.
Hardware: Broad axes, double and
single bitt axes, rafting axes, bark
ing axes, augers, &c
Groceries: Rio, rye and lagunra coffee; Sugar,
brown, yellow and white; Imperial, black
and young byson tea; Fresh caned peach
es; Pickets, je'lies, catsup, pepper
sauce; Syrup of all kinds, all
Stoves: Cooking and parlor stoves
Saddlery. Bridles, saddles, lines, horse collars,
hames, harnees, whips. Ac , Ao. Grindstones
Carriages, buggies, ileighg, wagons, Ao., A
Clover seed, plaster, Ac., fio.
' To Lumbermen and Contractors
We would say. that we are prepared to rurn:sh
them with flour, feed, bacon fish. salt, in fact any
thing in our line, cheaper than the cheapest
We guarantee persons, vision $ our store, to
go away satisfied with the bargains they can have.
Thankful fr past patronage; we hope to merit
a continuance of the same We are still at the
old stand in the Building known as the Exchange
The highest Market price paid for lumber,
shingles end country produce.
J- I.MORRIS A OO.
RADEBAOff S LINE
THE travelling public are respectfully in
formed, that a new line of coaches has just
been established for the. accommodation of trav
ellers to the several points West and East of
The coaches will leave Philipsburg immediate
ly on the arrival of the ears', and will connect
with the line of coaches running between Clear
field and Clarion and Franklin. Going east, pas
sengers will be earned through in time to connect
with the cars rrom rmnpsnurg to yroD.
Passengers will dine at the Blue Ball Hotel,"
whether travelling East or West.
April. 12, ISC5. Proprietor.
Life Insurance at Home.
The Penn Mutual Lif? Insurance Co.,
921 Cbestsut Street, Phiia.
Insures Lives on favorable terms, and will issue
folicieeon any of the approved plans of insurance.
Assets liable to losses $T,221,289 71.
Surplus divided Annually. Losses paid prompt
ly Premiums may be paid in cash; annually,
semi-annually or quarterly; Jr one-half in cash,
and one-half in note. By a supplement to the
charter, notes hereafter received will participate
in all Dividends or Surplus. Scrip certificates up
to January. 1859, inclusive, are now receivable in
payment of premiums
Agency, at the office of H. B. Swoope. Clear
field, Pa. Dr J. G. Hartswick, "Medical Exami-
r. August 24, lsbi.
GRAND OPENING OF
C. W. & H. W. SMITH'S,
comprising a general assortment of
Dry-Goods, Groceries, Queens-ware,
Wooden-ware, Boots and bhoes,
Notions, &c, &c, &c.
Bert quality of Prints, Delaines. Moiambiques,
Linen, Poplins, Baliarines. Lavellas, Ginghams
check, drilling, ticking and sheeting, shawls,
plain silks, fowlard silks. cassam res cottonades,
jeans, tweeds, satinetts. bleached muslins (at less
than city wholesale prices) brown muslins.
HOSIERY, Gloves, Ribbons.Trimmings, But
tons, (in great variety) collars,velvet ribbon,veils,
headnets. embroidery, braids, handkershiefs. la
dies elastic pages, whalebones, bindings, chil
drens', misaes', and ladies' hoop skirts, Quaker
and Corset Skirts,
A'EIV STYLE BALMORALS.
Sugar. Tea. Coffee Molasses, Spices.Ac. Oranges,
Split Peas. Lemons, Full Tea Setts. Dishes, com
mon and fine ware, cups.saucers.preservejars Ac.
TFKS, Brooms. Churns, Mops. Buckets. Meas
ures, bruttbes, combs, wicki. fancy bassets, oowis.
door-mats, window blinds, cords, tassels, etc., etc
Cbildrens, Misses and Ladies' morocco boots,
shoes, balmorals. and gaitors.
HO! FOR IRWIN'S.
SECOND SUPPLY OF
JCST RECEIVED AT
WILLIAM F. IRWIN'S STORE,
O.f MARKET ST.. CLEARFIELD, PA.
THE CUEACEST AND BEST
ARE TO BE IIAD AT THE
CHEAP CASH STORE. '
The undersigned has just received from the East
ern cities a large ami well selected stock of the
most seasonable goods, which be can dispose of at
tha reasonable prices. His friends and custom
ers are invited to examine his stock of goods, and
ascertain the prices before purchasing elsewhere
as he (eels persuaded none undersell him. His
stock embraces a well selected assortment of
DRY-GOODS AND NOTIONS.
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS AND GLASS.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
BUCKETS AND BASKETS,
School Books and Stationary,
NAILS AND SALT,
And great variety of other useful articles, all
which will be sold cheap for cash, or ex
changed for approved produce.
Goto the ''cheap cash store1' !f you want to buy
goods at fair prices.
Dec 21. 18fti. WM. F. IRWIN.
"RALLY 'R0UHD THE COTJNTFB. BOYS."
THE 2D SERIES
Of Grand Itaces have commenced on
the Lumber-City course !
OPEN FOR COMPETITION
Every day, ( Sundays excepted. ) A prize
for everybody. Apply immediately to
the proprietory Kirk & Spencer,
at their Aeto Cheap Store,
in Lumber- City, Penn a.
The fact can be no longer denied the people
have said it, the people know it, and everybody
believes it, that the ifew store is the place to buy
cheap goods, to buy new goods, to buy fashiona
ble goods, to buy auy kind of goods you want.
The summer stock, now opening at Kirk A Spen
cer's, is the largest, the best assorted and best
that ever came to the place
Ladies can find delaines, alpacas, merinos,
cashmeres, French and American ginghams. lawns,
plaids, nankins, berege.cambrics muslins, biilmo
ral and hoop skirts, silk and cloth mantles, veils,
edgings, lace, braid, nets, corsets, bolts, eollaretts,
hosiery, gloves, ribbons, bonnets. hats, trimmings,
bobinett, mull and swiss trust ins. shawls, combs,
wristlets, linen handkerchiefs, toilet articles. Ac.
Gentlemen can find coats, pants, vests, boots,
shoes, hats, caps, collars, neck-ties, suspenders,
shirts, handkerchiefs, perfumery Ac.
Children can find toys in great variety, candies,
It is the place to buy your dry goods ; your gro
ceries, your boots and shoes, hats, caps and bon
nets; your notions your bard ware, scythes, forks,
shovels, hoas. rakes; your brooms, cedar and wil
low ware; your clocks and looking glasses ; your
stone and queensware; your flour, fish and bacon ;
yeur glass, putty, paints, oil and- varnish ; your
nails and spikes ; in tact anything you want. If
you wish the highest cash pi ice for your produce,
your butter, eggs, grain, flax-seed. rags, timber,
boards and shingles, it is the place to exchange to
the best advantage to yourselves Any art cle not
on hand will be ordered on short notice. Ladies
wishing bonnets or dress goods can have them or
dered by calling at Kirk A Spencer's cheap store,
as special arrangements have been made for that
W e do not wish to wound or seriously hurt any
body, but will do our utmost to maintain the rep4
utation we have won, of selling goods a little
lower than anybody else.
"Rally 'roi nd tbe counter, boys!' and be con
vinced of the truth of our assertions.
- Lcmber-city, June 24- KIRK 8PEXCER-.
499 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
TJJE attention of the Public and the trade is invited to our NEW SCALE 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD
PIANO FORTES, which for volume and purity of tone are unrivalled, by any hitherto offered in
this market. They contain all the modern improvements. French Grand Action, Harp Pedal. Iron
Frame, Over-Strung Bass. Ac. and each instrument being made under the personal supervision of
Mr. J. II. (J roy est ken, who bas had a practical experience of over 30 years in this manufacture, is
fully warranted in every particular.
The "Grovesteen Piano Fortes" received the highest award of merit over
all others at the celebrated World's Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments from the best makers of London, Paris. Germany, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Boston, and New York ; and a'so at the American Ins'itute tor five successive years, the
gold and silver medals from both of which can be seen at our ware room
By tbe introduction of improvements we make a still more periect Piano Forte, and by manu
facturing largely, with a strictly cash system, are enabed to offer these instruments at a price whice
wi'l prelude all competition.
Prices. No. I. Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood plain case S275.
No. 2. Seven Octave, roand corners. Rosewood heavy moulding 5300.
No. 3. Seten Octave, round corners. Hosewood Louis XIV style S325. a fae simile of tbe
above cut. Terms : Net Cash in current funds.
Descriptive circulars sent free. New Yor. March 15, 1865 -'A-ac."
CLEARFIELD HOUSE, CLEARFIELD
PA. The subscriber having purchased the
furniture and interest from 11. II. Morrow, in said
House, is now prepared for the reception of tran
sient and permanent boarders. Every depart
ment connected with his establishment will be
conducted second to none in the county. lie res
pectfully solicits a share of public patronage.
July 11. ISfiO.-y. GEO. N. COLBURN.
JUST RECEIVED AT ,
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE.
Graham's Row. Clearfield. Pa., a fine assortment ol
WATCHES JEWELRY, Ac, Ac, to which we in
Gold and Silver hunting and open faced watch
es. to be had at NAUGLE'S.
The American Lever of different qualities, car
be bad at NAUGLE'S.
Fine setts of Jewelry, such as Cameo. Coral. La
va. Jett. Carbuncle. Garnett. Opal. Florentine Mo
saic. Gold Stone Mosaic, Porcelain paintings, Ac.
or single pieces at NAUGLE'S.
Plain gold Breastpins. Eardrops, Hoop Ear rings
children'seardropsand ringsat NAUGLE'S..
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at NAUGLE'S.
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt Ftuds, fol
buckles and guard slides at NAUGLE'S.
A fine assortment of gold finger rings of differ
ent styles and quality, gold lockets, coral neckla
ces. silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards and
all articles in his line, on band at N AliG tE'S.
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 gojds warranted as represented, or the mo
ney retunded. at NAUGLE'S.
If you wish your watches put in good repair
and warranted, take t"tn r NAUGLE'S.
Desires to inform his old friends and customers
that, having enlarged bis shop and increased his
facilities for manufacturing, he is now prepared
to make to order such furniture as may be desir
ed, in good style and at cbeap rates for cash. He
mostly has on hand at bis -Fui riture Rooms,"
a varied assortment of furniture, among which is,
BUREAUS AND SIDEBOARDS,
Wardrobes and Book-cases; Centre, Sofa, Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jenny-
Liind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ac
Rocking and Arm Chairs,
Spring-seat. Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on hand, and new glasses for
old irames. which will be put in ou very
reasonable terms, on short notice.
He also keej a on hand, or furnishes to order, Hair.
Corn-but-k. Hair and Cotton top Mattresses.
COJTI.N'S, OF EVERY RIND,
Made to order, and 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-
L roved country produce. Cherry. Maple. Poplar,
in-wood and other Lumber suitable for the busi
ness, taken in exchange for furniture.
Remember tbe shop is on Maritet street. Clear
field, and nearly opposite the -Old Jew Store."
December 4. 18.11 JOUN GUELICH.
Have just opened a large and splendid assort
at their old Stand in Clearfield. Penn'a.
They have the best assortment of Hardware that
has ever been brought to this county, which they
will sell at the most reasonable prices, among
which will be iound a splendid lot of cnttlery. to
which they invite the special attention of the
On band an assortment of heavy silver-plated
Forks. Spoons, and Butter knives, of the best
A lot of pistols of the best patterns, and other
fire-arms. Also a general assortment of oistol
cartridges; all of which will be sold at reasona
They continue to manufacture all kinds of tin
ware, brass kettles, stove pipe. etc.. which cannot
be surpassed in this section of the state.
They a so have on hand Pittsburg Plows, a
mong w'lich are steel centre lever plows. Also.
Plow castings, and otberagricultural implements.
Cook stoves, and Parlor and Coal stoves a gen
eral assortment, and of the best patterns, for sale
at reasonable prices'
Coal oil. Coal oil lamps, paints, oils and var
nishes, a general assortment. Glass, putty, nails,
iron, and castings, a great variety ; in fact almost
anything that may be wanted by the publio can
be found in their establishment, and at prices that
cannot be beat..
Now is tbe time to purchase, if you desire any
thing in their line of business. Give tteui a call
and examine their stock, and they feel aasured
that you can be 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 old cast
ings will be taken in exchange for goods.
Ma7 13, 183. MERRBLL A BIOLER.
GROVESTEEN & CO.,.
J 7ODDER CUTTERS of a superior makt
I El for sale at reasonal le pr'ses. a MEKRE1.L
and lHGLEft'S. Clearfie'i.
ali : sjik :: a prime ari
9 cle of ground alum salt, put up in patent
jai-KS. at S3. 25 per sacic, at the cheap cash stoi e of
November 27. K. MOSSO
BONDS AND NOTES FOR SALE Tbe
undersigned is prepared te furnish, to thoe
seeking investments. Government and county
bonds Also five per cent Government notes.
II B. SWOOPK.
Clearfield May 4. 18M. Att'y at Law
UK. A. M. HILLS Dr.SIRES TO INFORM
his patrons that professional business con-
yjwrg". nnes bim to Ii is office
jvU3 f " tho ,iue- " he
r5S-r will therffor hm nnm
JgjG&Zg bie to make Profes--jnfirrj"
sional Visits to any ol
rpsSwtesSf bJ? ccM,,o,ei! p1"
JX?TrmT I Lf VTTs thi Kum miT huttni
SafSSAiEa be found at his office
.? -4V,fif- - on the south west cor
'"tig"' ner of Front and Mate
streets at all times, except when Dotice a pear
in tbe town papers to the contrary. July, JbG-f
CLEARFIELD NURSERY. ESCOUR
AGE HOME INDUSTRY. Tbe undersigned
having established a Nursery, on the Pike, about
half way between Curwensville and Clearfield
Boroughs, is prepared to furninh all kinds of Frui'
trees. (Standard and d wart.) Evergreen. Shrub
bery. Grape Vines, Gooseberry, Lawu'n Black
herry. Strawberry and Raspbeiry vinvs. Also
Sibrian Crab trees. Quince and early Scarlet Kheu
barb. Ac Orders promptlv attended o. Addreft
Aug 31.1864. J. D. WRIGHT, Curwensville.
All tbe Merchants in the neighborhood of Cur
wensville. because I have brought en aad opened
a large and well assorted stock of
which I am selling at extrem 'ly low pri.es for
cash. My stock embraces all tbe variety usually
kept in a country store, and (elected with an eye
to suit these
I will not, here attempt to enumerate all the ai ti
des I keep; and their fabulously low price
wbich I might do but after you will bare bo n
and examined for youselves. you will exclaim, in
the language of the Queen of the South
"HALF HAS NOT BEEN TOLD "
I will merely say, come and see tor yourselves,
for I feel satisfied that I can suit yur tastos as
well as your purses
Lumber and all kinds of produce also taken in
exchange for goods.
Curwensville. Oct. 22, 13S2. J. F. IRVIN.
FJFIESXI -A.TSTXD IE XT IR. IE 1
IIARTSWiCK & HUSTON,
Market st., clear field.
Keep constantly on hand a large and well select
ed stock of
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS AND varnishes.
Perfumery, Toilet Goods
BLANK BOOKS ft STATIONARY,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
And a general assortment of varieties and fancy
articles. We respectfully invite a call, feeling
confident that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction. April 29. 1H04.
"War in Curwensville!
New Goods Extremely Low.
STILL A GRAND MISTAKE ! ! !
THAT ALL THE MERCHANTS AT CURWENS-
ville were wounded. 'Tis true, that I was '-shot
at. but missed." but I have procured another new
and large assortment of goods from tbe city, wbich
I am disposing of at lower rates than any other
house in the county.
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Among the Ladies' dress goods will be found
Poplins, sballies, detains, lawns, and a variety of
other seasonable articles, at the lowest war pri
ces. Ladies who wish to make a good invest
ment should call and examine my stock.
CLOTHING AT REDUCED PRICES:::
Rye. oats and corn for sale. Also, bacon, fish,
etc., at very low figures.
Best sugar at from 12 to 15 cents per pound.
Best Syrup at 90 cents per gallon. All other
groceries at the same rate. Boots and shoes, and
Shoe fundings, cheap.
Now is the time to boy. when goods are plenty ;
and alt I ask is. for persons to examino my goods
and I feel persuaded they will not go away with,
out purchasing J. D. THOMPSON.
OorwansvilJe, May Hh,
Raftsman's Journal Alman&o-l&CC.
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TIME OF HOLDING COURT.
2d Monday in January. I 3d Monday in Jaoa,
3d " in March. 1 4th in Stpt m'r,
Of eaeh year, and continue two wk if LxmV,'
COUNTY AND DISTRCT OFFICERS
Prea'tJodge Hon. Samuel Linn, Et!!,.'uct,
As'ie.Judges Hon. J. 1. Thompson. CurxsirUla
iion.Jtmri moom, rurrtit
Sheriff. . . . Jaoob Fau:t. . .
Prothonotary, D. F. r.tiwilr. .
Reg.AKec. . Iiaiah U . Bargar .
District Att'y, W M M Cu'.loagh,
Treasurer.. . C. Kratter. . . .
Co. Surveyor. H. B. Wright,
CouamissVrs. Thos. Dougherty, .
Amos Read. . .
Conrad Baker, .
Aaditors. . T U Woodward, .
F. F. Coutriet,
M L. C. Lvan. .
H. W. Parka.
Co.Superind't C. B. SaDdford.
LIST OF POST-OFFIClia
Tovntkiv. Name ef P.O. Nmmtt f P.M.
Glen Hon. - - Win S. VTrical
. L tahville, - - - Theodor YTld..
Hegartj'iX i.uds iramutl lUjartj
Bower, - W M'CraekB.
-Chest, - - - - Thos A. iluba.
- Cush. - - - J.W CampbelL
Oitend. - U. L. ilcr.daraoa.
Forrait. - - - - Jam Eloua
Clearfield Bridge, - Jas Forrest.
- Woodland. - - - Wui. Albrt
- Lutharsburg. - R. H. Siuore '
- Troutville. - Charl t-Iopey.
Jefferson Line, John Hbrlia
Bloom, - -Boggs.
Brady, - -
G. Toier. Jr.
Id. A. Fiat!
P. A. liaalia
J. F.W Sa'tmaj
T. W riamiar.
- - PatebinrilU,
" ... iant Ridge,
Chest,- - - - Hurd. - -'
... MaGarvay. -
... Westover. -Clearfield,
Covington, - Frenebville,
" --- Kartbaus, -
Philicsburg. Centra coauty. Fa
West Decatur, - Sophie Kadkaa
- Osceola Mills. - - T. V Baali.h
Marroa. - - - - Kdrn. Wjlll.au.
Fox. - -
Kalian Post OS. Ilk eoaaty.ra.
- Leeontc's Mills,
C. Mi real.
Bald iliils. -
A. B. Khaw.
. Tho 11. Fwre.
. A. a. lex.
Cbat. J. Pukj.
- H. Weotwars
- M. O !
- J. C Braactr.
. 11 W. pnf.
. A. C. Moor
. T W. Flemiaf.
. Benj. F Dal.
. D. K. Brabakat,
Graham. - - Grabauiton.-
Guelich, - - Smith' Mills.
.4 .... Maaera, -Huston,
- - TyUr. - -
" ... Pennfiald. -Jordan,
- - Ansonville.
Karthnus. - Salt Lick. -
Knox, - - - New Millpor
Morris, - - - Kylertowu. -
. ' ... Morriadale. -
Penn. - - - Lumber City. -....
Pike, - - - - Curwensville,
- .... Bloomiagvill.
Union, - - - Rockton. - -Woodward.
Jeffries. - - -
This Post Office w'll do for Cbt towntaia.
Will answer for Fergi ion towmh'.p
STATE & l STATES DIRECTORY.
OFFICERS OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Governor. - - - A.G. Curlin. - - - Cntrecaaty
Sec y of Com. KliSIifar, .... I'nioa oani
Dep. Secretary, W. H Armstrong.
AuditorGen. - Isae Slenker, - - Unien eoJ
Surveyor Gen. - Ja. P. Barr. - - - Pituburg.
Attorney Gen. - W. M. Meredith, Philadlrkia
Adjutant Gen. . A '.. i.ussell.
State Treasurer, W. V M Grath. -Sup
Com. Sen." Cha R Cobura,
Deputy Sup't. - S. P. rfate, - - - Crawford
State Librarian. Win Forney. - - - Harrisburj
Skpbkmb Cocrt -t'-ef Justice. G W Wood
ward. Associates, Jas. Thotnpfon. V"m Ptrosj.
J. M. heed. D. Agnew. Sessions. Phila l!pb.a
1st Monday of January. Harrisburg 4th Monday
of April. Sunbury 1st Monday of October, and la
Pittsburg on the 3d Monday of October.
OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATB
President, - - - Andrew Johnson, Of Taeniae
Sec. of State. - Wm. II Seward. - ww Tori.
See of Treas y Hugh M'Culloch, -Sec.
ol War. - E. M. Stanton. - - Pneyloi
Sec. ot Navy Gideon Wellea - - Connecticat
Sec. of Interior Isaac P. Usher. - - Indiana.
P. M.Gen. - - Win. Dennison, - - Ohio,
Attorney Gen. - James Speed, - - Keotneky.-
Sura sue Cocrt Chief Justice. 8. P. Cb
Ohio Associate Justice Samuel NeIonof "
York. Robert C. Grierof PennayUaoia. Jmei M.
Wayne or Georgia. John Catron of Tennee. J
than Clifford of Maine. David DavU of lllmoir.
Noah 11. Swayne of Ohio Samuel F. Miller I
Iowa. Stephen J. Field of California. Meat is
Washington city on the 1st Monday of December-SalnrvofPhi-f
-tuf'ice5M'0."f iwii'nM S
SA! T- a goad article, and ' ehe-p t
store of WM. F. IRWIN. Cijj
MISS K. A. P. RYNDER,
Teacher of Piano-Forte. Melodeon.Cabinet-Orgaa.
Guitar. Harmony and Vocal Mufic. Also. 'e
gent for Clearfield county for Chickenng
Piano Fortes, and Mason 4 Hamlin's Cabinet Vt
gans Room with Mrs. II. D. IVA.
Music Books. Paper, and Sheet Musie eoDt
ly on hand at the store of Mrs. H. D. Wel.-h-
Clearfield. Pa., Dec 7. 164 .
THE undersigned having completed bis Photo
graph Gallery, in ShaWa Row, two doors westj di
the Mansion House, ClearfieW. Pa., is rl,,i
to wait on those in want of first class FortrX
My arrangements are such as enable me to i-
ish thr se beautiful productions of "sun drawing
in tbe highest style of tbe art. HT,D n"'",
my rooms at considerable expense, with
to the comfort and pleasure of my patron., I BJ
by strict attention to business, and a desire to
isfy those who call, to merit a liberal " .
public patronage. A good t,dli
Rosewood, and mould frames; Album
endless variety of cases on hand, at
ces. Particular attenUon given to copying"
kind of pictures. H- EK Artist.
?r:.UorBJiS art of Photography-.-trd
efwrato fornirted ef J"