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QUVAnvmuv, jujv no, vm,
J ha been tha (wmfideiit ,uiaf ot lllba?
paopla North thai lvrrl l Institution,
datfioraliaed and weakened any nation , TM
belief ha also bniiniiie a political aaioin, or
fundamental principle, not to bu flfnp tilwl, fu
all the modern id.ilosophy t Ihu growth and
economy of rilat.&a, us taught by tha most
learned and profound of European wi iter or
thinkers. On tha other sidu, tha aUlesiiiun
and authora, who have sprung up in our alava
Htatas, have boldly aesertnd arid stonily main
tained that no foim of aocial organization so
cured audi progress, power or atahility to a
nation aa that which tha corner atonu of tha
Iiolitical edilca was slavery, Thu .Southern
aadera havu alwaya contondod that their pe
culiar Institution wad a them tha most power
tal people, considering numbers, on tho face
of the glohe and that alavery, in ao arrang
ing tha condition of labor that tha free male
population were ever ready and able to take
up anna, and at the aama time Inspire each
other with a loftinoss ol bearing and a daunt
less bravery never known to the menial and
underling hordes, thu mud-sills and white
alavcaof a free State, rendered them irrosist
Iblo in war. Thla notion has been scouted by
tho North as the olfspring of tho grossest ig
norance and prejudico and that tho men who
held it have been either pitied Tor their want
of judgment and for deplorable5 stupidity , or
denounced fur tho utter selfishness and im
pious cruelty ol their reasonings. Tho pro.
gross of events is bringing tho question to tho
only decision that can bo thorough and final
that of war; and in this conflict, as it has
hitherto been carried on, looking with clear
fight and fair judgment at tho present position
ol tho two contending bouts, must it not bo
aald that the power which relias upon slavery
Is not 10 essentially weak and mean as some
have hitherto supposed. Must wo not admit,
also, that the army which is sent by freedom
to tho field, and which takes whatever it has
of strength ond courage from free institutions,
Is not so instantly triumphant and always so
irresistibly overwhelming when matched a
gainst tho power of slavery, as some enthusi
astic spirits have continually asserted.
It is an excellent thing to havo a dispute
which can never bo determined by profound
writing and thinking, or tho most intermina
ble arid eloquent speaking and debating,
brought at last to an arbitiiment which is con
clusive. There is very little sophistry in tho
naked facts or war, and a most resistless con
elusion follows from its iron logic' If free
dom is the strongest 5 If her resources aro the
largest and her endurance tho greatest ; if her
army can overmatch and overcome the army
of slavery, let them be brought together on
tho battle lleld,nd then we shall all see and
know for ourselves ; and wo may all become
thoroughly pursu.ided and convinced, that
such an army as our army, made up of such
material and fighting for such a cause, cannot
possibly be beaten. liut the .next telegraph,
that brings the bloody fact of a perilous falling
Lack for tho shelter of a wide swamp and a
deep stream, or the bulletin that feeds our
hope ol victory with the meagre assurance
that our army is safe, shakes down many hasty
conclusions, and we begin to ask if slavery is
not also strong, and even if under somo con
ditions its armies may not prove stronger than
The history of tho world is full of proofs
that the truest devotion, the sincerest belief,
and most eloquent professions, do not always
or oftenest overcome in tho world's conflicts
Keligion is good and God fights for it, but the
pagan and the infidel with arms in their hands
will bang, burn and crucify all tho saints
and apostles. Civilization is a growth that
heaven blesses, but the sturdy and fierce bar
barian can pluck its weak and eliminate chil
dren by the beard, and give them all with their
palaces and temples to lire and sword. When
men fight for so sacred a thing as Protestant
Christianity they must not only trust in God,
but always keep their powder dry ; and some
believe that Providence is always on tho side
of the tyrant and oppressor whenever he has
the most cannon. The great battle may now
easily enough go against the Union and tree
dom ; and go for secession and slavery. All
that is necessary to the utter, ignominious,
and irreparable overthrow of our causo is suf
ficient bad management, enough delay and
hesitation, a lack of energy and sagacity in
the administration, and a good supply of in
capable generals. I he heavens smile on jus
tica and freedom, but they frown terribly. on
incompetency and stupidity. The stars in
their courses may shed blessings on the Union,
but they fight fiercely against blundering con
ceit and headstrong folly. There have been
battles gained by men with large brains
Conquering heroes have not always fought for
freedom or humane rights. Sometimes
cause as holy as ours has been cloven in twain
in tho shock of war ; and the races and nations
who have conquered the world, havo not gain
ed their prowess from Christianity, or their
strength from r reedom. Imperial Home drew
at first her mighty strength from the dugs of
the wild wolf; and who shall say what terri
ble power this desperate confederacy may
draw from tho black breasts of slavery ? This
is at least certain that if Freedom and Union
cannot overcome secession and slavery, then
we are the weakest; and all the outrage and
suffering that have heretofore been the lot.of
weak people, will bo as nothing compared with
tho fate that Is in store for us, when the mon
gerl black and white power is established by
our side. Chicago Tribune.
The nerve which never relaxes, tho eye
which never blanches, and the thought which
never wanders these are the true masters of
True politeness is as far from affecting grav
Ity in the company of the merry as from laugh
Jng in the presence of tho serious.
Boys should be very careful how they steer
their life-barks, if they would arrive without
Shipwreck at the Isle of Man.
Showing kindness to tho wicked and un
grateful is like feeding strange dogs that will
bark at you none the less.
What a poor world this would be without
women and newspapers! How would the
news get about 7
A man cannot possess anything that is bet
tcrthan a good woman, nor anything that is
worse than a bad one.
It is the acquisition of no contemptible
scienco to know how to bear with tho ignor
ance of lools.
The vanity of human life Is like a river
constantly passing away, and yet constantly
Let ns moderns appreciate our dignity ; we
shall bo the venerated ancients of futuro
Good habits are maintained and bad ones
avoided only by constant effort.
Novcr turn a blessing round to 8oe If it has
a da rk sido to it.
Tho religion of many la only diagovorablo
fiom their lips.
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CJOUNTV OIHI t'TOKV
TIME OF JIObDINO CO I HT.
2d Monday in January, I 3d Monday in Juno,
M in March, 4th in Hept'in'r,
Of each year, and continue two week If nuccssary.
COUNTY ANI DISTRCT OFFICERS.
Pros't .1 ti'lif a Hon. Samuel I, inn, Hullcfonto.
As'te. Judges Hon. J. D. Thompson, Curwensvillo
lion, .lumen l.iooin, Jorrest
Sheriff. . . . I'M ward Perks. , . Clearfield
Prothonotary, John L. Cuttle. , . '
Keg. A Reo. . Jnines Wrigley, . "
iMstrlet Att'y, Israel Just, ....
treasurer.. . Joseph Miaw. , . "
Co. Surveyor, II. It. Wright, . . (lien Hope.
Comnilsa'n'rs, Win. Mcrroll, . . . Clearfield.
h. C. 1 hompson, . Morrisdalo.
Jacob Kuntz, . . . Luthorxhuri:
Auditors. . . J. li. Shiw, . . Clearfield.
It. 0 liowmnn, . .
Chas Worrell, . N. Washington
Coroner. . . .J.W.Potter . . . Leontos Mill
Co.Superind't Jcssco Lroouiall, . Curwensvillo
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
Townships. Names of P. (J. Names 11 f P.M.
Ilccoariu, - (Hen Hope, - - J. W . Cald woll.
Bell, - - - Bower, - - W M'Crackcn.
41 .... Chest, .... Thos.A. M'Uhoo,
" - - Cuoh, ... - J.W Campbell.
.... (Intend, .... II, L. Henderson.
Rloora, - Forrest. .... James Jiloom.
Hoggs, - - - Clearfield ttridgo, Jns. Forrest.
lirudford, - Williams' Urove, .las. K. Watson.
Brady, - - Luthcrsburg, H. II. Moore.
" --- Jroutvillo, - - Chnrlos Sloppy.
' - - Jefferson Lino, - . John lleherlin.
Durnsida, NewWnxliington James Oallaher.
" - - - liurnsido, - W. C. Irvin.
' " ... I'utchinvillo, - - Jack Patch in.
Chcut.- ... Ilurrf. - . - . (. 'I'liior. tr.
Clearfield, - Cloarfield. - - - M. A. Frank
Covington, rronchvillo, 1. A.daulin.
- - - Korthaus, ... J. F.W. Schnarr
Curwensvillo Curwensvillo, - - T. W. Fleming.
Oeeiitur, -. I'liilipxhnrg, Centre county, l'a.
" - - West Iieealur, - - Soph io Kndebnch
Ferguson, - Marron, .... IMm. Williams.
Fox, ... - Jlellcn Post Office, Klk county, l'a.
liirard, - - - Leeontu' Mills, - Mignot.
" - - - J:.M J Mils, - - - William Curr.
Ooshcn, - - Shawavillo, - - - A. li. Shaw.
Orfthnni, - - U ralminton. - - - Thos. 11. Forcee.
Ouelich, - - Smith's Mills, - - A.. Fox.
1 .... Madera, Clias. J. Puscy.
Huston, - - Tyler, .... Oavid Tyler.
- - - l'ennficM, - - - H. Woo Iward
Jordan, - - Anonville, - Kliza Ohn.o.
Karthaus. - Salt Li'-k, - - (co. Ucckadorn
Knox, -- New Millport, - - M. O. Stirk,
Lawrence, - lireckenridge, - - J. W. Thompson
Morris, - - Kylcrtown, - - - Jas. Thompson
" ... Morrisdulo. ... Jug. McClelland
Penn, - - - Lumber City.t - - 11 W. Sponcer.
.... Grampian Hills, - A. C. Moore.
Pike, .... Curwensvillo, - - T. W. Fleming.
.... L'loomingvillo, - - Uenj. F. ln!o.
Union, - - - l'.ockton, - - - - I). E. Iirubaker.
Woodward, Jeffries, Jos. Loskctt.
6 This Post Office will do for Chest township.
Will answer for Fcrgi son township.
L 1 YDE IIOUSi;, RIDGWAY, PUSJIW.
S. J. OSGOOD. PROPRIETOR,.
This Hotel is new, and furnished in modern style,
has ample accommodations, and is in all respects
a first clas houso. FehruaYy 15. lstil.
JUST FROM. THE EAST.
n 1 a 11 a kFmos s o p,
FOREIGN A NO DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, A.C.,
MAllKtl STIIEET, CLEARFIELD, I'A.
Read the follow ng list of goo J s an I profit lli rrehy.
FOR THE LADIES.
Always on hand a large stock of La
mes gooas sucn as uoourg uiotn,
Alpacas. Ie Laines, Ginghams,
Prints, Chintz. Kerchief's, Ru
bies. Bonnets, Gloves, etc.
Always on hand Black, Blue. Brown
and Grey Cloths, Fancy and Black
Casimores. Sattincts, -Cassincts,
Tweed?. Plain and Fancy Vest
ings. Shirting, etc.. etc. etc
Such as Coats, Pants, Vests, Under
shirts, and other Flannel shirts,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Neck
ties, Gum Boots and Shoes, and
a variety of other articles.
'iSueh as Unbleached and Bleached
..n.i Muslins. Colored Muslin I.inon
and cotton tablecloths, Oil cloth,
Linen and hemp towls. car
pets, curtains, fringe, etc
u Y't. '
'y.JIf VOU want Nails or anikpa. Mnnnrn
X'."-"'l ...1... r-.i. . o. r I,. ' - ITOOU
"i uiuui lums, oaw-iuiii or oincr (f0oi
saws, Smoothing irons. Locks,
mnges, etc.. go to Mossop's
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
trim,ci nu j iuiii3, juiuiier jvnives,
Cheaps Shoe and Stove black ina;, Manilla
Cheap1, and hemp ropes. Ink, Paper or
.Fens. I'owder, Shot or Lead,
etc., buy them at Mossop;s.
T I? VrtTT I, A VT,
Cheap shoo Last or Pegs, Palm or Fancy
Cheap, Solipi starch, Wall Paper orWin
L.lieap dow Shades. Lamps. Lamn tnboa
Cheap or wicks, coal oil. etc . iro to
C It t ip
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
Good extra family Flour, White or
brown sugar, hams, shoulders or
sides, coffee; Imperial, Young
Hyson orblacK tea, buy them
at Mossop's choap for cash.
IF YOU WANT
Tallow candles, fine or coarso salt,
Syrup or molasses, cheese, dried
apples or peaches, water or so
do cracKers, call at Mossop's
where you can buy choap.
IF YOU WANT
Port wino for Medical or Sacramen
tal uses, Swet wine, old Monon
gahcla or rye whisKy, Cherry
and Cognac brandy, buy at
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
Raisens, Figs, Prunes or dried Cur-
rants; filberts, cream, pecan or
.. i: T? -
ftiuunu uuib, vuiiuil'.l, ijiquoriCQ
or Liquorice root, buy them
at Mossop's cheap and good.
IF YOIT AVAXT
To bnv ftnv other nrlinlo nhnm Vn Li0".
. . , - x j moils
ouid wk'iw luusBup, jor ne seup Goodt
cheaper for cosh than any other (on,i,
v',r"'i v .:.u::,,i; -y.; I'mons
Cheap: Aiuvfiiioer it, laoi. apzi OU. (0r,3
Approved country pro lure of every kind taken at
tliejnsnal market prices in exchange f or goods.
BOG (iS TP. FARMS" FCIirsXLK.Tln'e
containing 124 ncros S.i cleared and under
good fence. A log house 22 by 20, plank houso Ifi
by 18. log barn, smithy and all necessary out-buil-dings
thereon. Large springan J spring-house con
venient to house. The land is well watered and
has sufficient wood and fencing timber. There is
an orchard of large grafted trees, and a young or
chard on place, all choice fruit. It is convenient
for pasturing drovoa. ALSO, one containing 90 a
crcs 10 cleared and under, fence balance woll
timberod. This land has a log houao and stable
thereon. For terms apply to
0tober l3. L. J. CRANS, Cloarfield. '
J Ml (HIT A AT ANNOt'lH'rWKrVI' 1 1
A Kncl Worth Knowing!
' ia iiitdarsinad Inform M'nld frlund' mid Ilia
puhlia generally that lie lui jnut r"ulvod nd o-
peiiuil, at hi nld efaiii) 0) tni'lf.-rd luwimhip, a
NI,W AND W Lid Hl'IdC'J T.D KTOC'K Otf
h iiAHONAii 1 ;i : a ao i s.
niiriuialiiig uf Dry O00J4, Hardwar, Oniunx ware
GriMifciiiiH, and all othur urlhdea usually kept in a
country ulnre, nliiuli ha will di'Hpoeu of at as low
rate as they can bo purchased in the uounty, and
of aa good quality, if not butler, lie rospoctfully
solicits nil to give him a cull and examine his
stork before purchasing ehewhere, and ha feels
certain that they will buy from him.
jyll MATTHEW FORCEE.
(m:aimii:m) houni:, cleariield,
J PA. The subscriber having purchased the
furniture mid intercut from If. 11. .Morrow, in said
Houso, is now prepared for tho reception of trim
sient ond permanent boarders. Every depart
ment connected with his establishment will be
conducted second to nono in thu uounty. He res
pectfully solicits a I'll aro of public patronage.
July II, IHiiO.-y. GEO. S. COLIJLRN.
L O 0 K II E K K
Now Summer Goods!
Aftcsh arrival of Spring nnd Summer Goods at
Oceola, Cleariield county, Pa.
Wo havo just lecoived and arc opening a care
fully delected stock of Htuplw and Fancy
DRY UOOJJS A.M) MTIO.S,
Groceries, Hardware, Queenswarc,
DRUllS, OILS, PAINTS AND GLASS,
Boots and Shoes (warranted,) Hats and Caps
(latest style,) Stationary, woojlen ware,
Brooms, etc.. etc.
Boat Cineinati sugar cured hams ut 121 cents per
pound, plain hams, excellent quality 9
cts., shoulders 7 cts., per pound.
All of which will bo sold on tho inot reason
able terms for cash or approved country pro
duro. May 21, 1S02. LIPP1NCOTT, LONG t CO.
jVTO. 2. W'AKi: UP ! Thoundersigned would
11 resjieetfully inform the ciliuns of Cloarfield
nnd vicinity, that ho continues to do a!l kinds of
Blncksiiiithing on Fhort notice ami in the very
b!.-it style, at the Old h'hop alongside of tho Town
Hall. Edge tools of all kinds made an 1 drenfud
in the bi'st manner, and warranted to give entire
satisfaction. The ptiolie will remember, that I
am not in the habit of turning off jobs on account
of not being able to do thorn. All ( ask is a trial,
and then the public may judo of tho work for
theintel vcs. Remember the '-Mid Shop" at tho
Town Hall. JAMES HAFF.
Clearfield Pa, August 1.1, 1801.
N. B. Any jobs that Mr. Passmoro cannot exo
cuto, will be done on vory short notice.
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
Constantly on hand a largo'.ind woll selected
stcck of "
DRUCS AM) CIIK.MIUALS,
Paiiits," "Oils, Varnishes,
Paint Brushes, and Brushes of all kinds
PERFUMERY AM) FANCY ARTICLES,
TOBACCO & SEGAIIS, STATIONERY,
Liquors for Medical Purposes,
Including Brandy. Whiskey, Gin, Port, Sherry
and Madsira Wines, Ac.
A largo stock constantly on hand, of the most
approved make for durability and comfort.
Tho Doctor will personally superintend this
department of the business.
NEW DRUG STORE.
The subscriber has opened a full and coin-
Elete assortment of D K V G S in the new brick
uilding which ho recently erected on the corner
of Locust and Cherry streets, in tho Borough of
Clearfield, where he M ill at all times bo happy to
nccommodate any personwho may desire articles in
hislino. The business will bo confined strictly to a
DKL'G AND PRESCRIPTION BUSINESS,
and no pains will be spared to rendersatisfaction.
Dr. Woods, may always bo found and consulted
in the "Drugstore," when not absent on profes
sional business. A separate room for consulta
tion is attached to the Store, where patients may
be examined privately.
Every article usually found in such an estab
lishment will be kept on hand, and sold at greatly
reduced ptices. Terms being strictly Cash will en
able them to offer inducements in the way of prices.
Physicians will be supplied at a small percent
age overcostand carriago. Theirorders are solici
ted. Every article sold will be pure and of tho
best quality. M.WOODS.
Clearfield. Pa.February 13, 1861-tf.
Spring Opening at
11. w. smith & cos,
Of the latest and most fashionable
a o o d s.
T71IRST QUALITY OF PRINTS, Warranted good
JL' cloth and fast colors, for sale at our formor
prices to wit : 121 cents per yard.
Also, a large stock of Paulina's and Zygias. the
now raging meterials for travelling costumes
and promenade dresses ;
With a complete assortment of Ladies' Dress trim
mings, Buttons, Tassels. Cords. Sk irt Braids, Ber
lin Zephyr Worsted. Shetland Wool. F:mbroi
dery, Silks, etc A choice lot of trimmings
for Zouave's, consisting of Gimp, Silk,
White Bugles, Steel Bugles, Gilt Zou
aves, It lark Zouaves, etc., etc, etc.
With Superior Stock of
Bareges, Corus, Alpacas,
Prints, Cottonades, Brilliajits,
Cambrics, Denims. Lawn robes,
Delano Shawls, Furn. Chocks, Handkerchiefs,
Stella Shawls, Hickory stripe, Irish Linnen,
Chambrays. Tweeds, Gents' superior
Ginghams, Cord. Drills, Neckties,
Lawns, Rep Do Laines, Black Silk
Meillures. Balzorines, Handkerchiefs,
Kent'y Jeans, Mozambique, Hoop skirts,
Fan. Cassimero.Lace Mitts, Doylies, Chinta.
Don't lose tho Opporiunity to Economise 1
Goto II W. ft. A Co's, where you will receive a
superior article at asmall advanoo oncost.
Don't throw away your means when by going to
11. W. S. A Co's, you can get a real good
articlo of a Kip Boot for $3.00.
Call and see also our men's extra heavy
As Tiuioa are Easing so are our Prices.
I A HI IN I I.AfUlM lMiiHiil.tr M Hin
4 atdlliig b4 finality of iihII.iii at t il) (Unla'pur
yard, Naali, M('MMJUT, ,ll,Mt CO,
May VI, I
OnunU Mil l'a,
II M IJ( hi M V,I'nmnt J,iM0 your
-4 lituid. k 'J ,e pulinniiliBr would inform Ilia
ai mem of Cleurlltibl nuimty, that h kaepalunir
ta rilly on band 'at the Julias l iln at ' vrono a
aru;a aliaik of lime, anil will liiriiioli on roittntrt
any quantity at tha tenniiiu of thu Tyrouu and
Alanh IU, Innjl, WM.JI, IIOIIEIITSON.
N. i, Lima onndlantly on baud at Handy KiJga
Million, on IhuTyrona and Cbiarfield Railroad.
NEW HTON I! W A l( i: M AN I' I A VJ'Oll V
IN CLEAR FIELD, PA.
Tho undersigned tukei this inethod of inforiii
lug the u Id in that hu has uommuiieed the mini 11
liioliiiu nf htoue-Ware in thu Borough of t'li nr
lii 11, and that ho is now prepared to supply all
who may want them with Milk and Creiuu Crocks,
Jugs, Jurs, Ac, at lower prh-oa, thiiu they can lie
bought elm w hero Hu aolicits a share of piitron
age. FREDERICK LEl'I ZING Ell.
Clearfield, Pa., May 2i, IHjU-ly.
h 11. i.AiTiiMN, cmaiu.kh hulks,
TVTEW WATCH & J EWEEIt Y N'I'OIIE.
1 1 Thu undersigned having located in the bor
ough of Cleariield, (at the shop formerly occupied
by it Welch as a jewelry shop,) are prepared to
do work of all kinds on the most roasonabln terms.
Tho cash will positively bo expected when the
work is delivered. Wo aro confident that wo can
not bo excelled bynny workmen in town oreounty.
Come one! come all totheSisrn of the lii W'atth.
April ,'02-ly.pd, LA UCHLIN HOLES.
(II.KAKFIEM) .MUSIC SCHOOL For in
J struution upon tho Piano, Melodcon and tlui
lar. and in Harmony and Singing.
Terms For pupils under six years obi, S'),00,
for aeventy two lessons of one half hour each ;
for all pupils over six years old, 1 0,(10. for soven-ty-two
lessons of one hour each; upon Piano, Mo
lodeon. Guitar or in Harmony.
Payable, oncd'ourth at tho beginning and tho
balance at the end of tho quarter.
Vocal music free to all Instrumental pupils.
Studied ulono. $:.00 per term.
Rooms at Mr. Alexander Irwin's.
Oct. 1. IWJ0. E. A. P. RYNDER. Teacher.
WIIITTEVS COLDEN SALVE. The
Great Progressive and Ileal 'i ir llt niril '; .
An article that presents n challenge to tho world
to produce in any remedy yet invented, an equal
for tho painless, and rapid euro of external in
llamatory calamities, or diseases. It is good for
Painful Swellings, Sores, Ulcers, Burns, Scald,
Rheumatism, Soro throat. Bruises, Sprains, Cuts.
Tumors, Erysipelas, Wnrts. Sore eyes. Boils,
Chapped hands, Frosted feet. etc.. etc. Giro it a
trial. Price 2 cerits a tiox. For sal. i by JACOB
GO.SS. in Woodward township. March lit, '62.
-iHAMtS !! CIIAIKS !!! CH A1KS !!!!!
hOW 13 THE TIME TO BUY !! !!
The undersigned has now fin hand, at bis Furni
ture Rooms on .Market St., Clearfield. Pa., a short
distaneo west of Litz's foundry, a large stoek of
CIIAIKS OF ALL KINDS,
manufactured out of the best materials, finished
in a very superior manner, and which ho will sell
LOW FUR CASH. His long experience in the l u
siness makes him feel confident that his chairs are
made in a Hihstantial and workmanlike manner,
and will stand the test of trial, l'ersons wishing
to purchase chairs should call at once and get
them while they cun bo had at tho lowest rates.
Feb 27, 1801. JOHN TROUTMAN.
rilHE CLEARFIELD ACADEMY will bo
JL opened for the reception of pupils (male and
female) on Monday, May 19, lbo2. Tarns, per ses
sion of eleven weeks:
Orthography, Reading. Writing, Primary Arith
metic and Geography, ?2.50
Higher Arithmetic,' English Grammar, Geogra
phy and History. . . ' S3,u0
Algebra. Geometry, Natural Philosophy, and
Book Keeping, St. 00
Latin and t J reek languages, $l),00
To studonts desirous of acqniring a thorough
English Edacation, and who wish to qualify them
selves for teachers, this institution offers desirable
advantages. No pupil receivod for lees than half
a session and no deduction except for protracted
sickness. Tuition to he paid at tho close of tho
term. may 30) C. B. SANDFORD, Principal.
I71AKM FOItSALE.-The following described
farm, situated in Decatur township. Clearfield
Co., Pa. two miles and a half west of Philipsburg.
on the Glen Hope road, containing one handled,
aikl ticenty-one acres and allowance There are
aiiout eighty-live acres cleared and under a good
state of cultivation ; with a large, well finished,
frame bank barn, a comfoituble hewed log house,
and a well finished frame dwelling houso and
other out buildings erected thereon, never failing
springs of water at tho buildings, and a large and
well selected assortment of bearing fruit trees.
Tho wood land being well timbered and under
laid with a four nnd a half loot vein of stone coal.
Tho above farm affords rare inducements to pur
chasers i'or further information enquire of
R. D. SHOWALTER. Philipsburg.
Oct. 23, 1 SCI . fim. Centre. Co. Pa.
EW FllOI AND NEW GOODS!
JOHN & JEItRED F. IEVIN.
The undersigned givo notice that on the 13th A
pril they cnterod into partnership in tho mercan
tile business in Curwensville. and that hereafter
the business will be conducted y them jointly un
der the name and firm of John A J F. Irvin.
They inform their customers nnd the public in
general that they have received from tho East and
opened at the old stand, a large and varied stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
BKY-COODS, UKOCEItlES, QUEENS
WARE, HARDWARE, AC, AC,
specially adapted to the wants of the community,
and will sell the same at the lowest ensh prices.
Also, a large assortment of Boots. Shoes, Hats
nnd Caps, of the latest styles and best quality, all
of which they intend to sell at reasonable rates.
Also, an extensive stock of the most fashionable
at prices to suit the fines. Now is the time to
purchase. Call in an,I cxamino our stock before
you purchase your goods, and we feel conident
that wo can supply you with all kinds of goods,
at as low prices and on as reasonable terms as you
can procure thorn elsewhere. Give us a trial-
May 30, 1860. JERRED F. IRVIN.
N. B. Persons indebted to the old firm are re
questcd to call and settle. may 30. .
MONEY SAVED IN BUILD IN (3 ! To
save money in building, nnd to put up styl
ish well proportioned nnd substantial buildings
for less money than usual, may be done by call
ing on A. W7eitman, Architeot and Designer
Thoso who intend to build cither an humble res
idence, or a magnificent hall for the comfort of
life, will savo money by taking tbo advice of an
experienced Architect, making preparations in
time, and by obtaining the bills, drafts, estimates,
and specifications nt tho proper time, will guard
against empty purses before tho completion of the
The undersigned would thercforo respectfully
inform the citizens of Clearfield and the public in
general that ho is at all times prepared to execute
jobs, in his line, on short notice, and on the most
favorable terms. Having made his business a
regular study with several experienced archi
tects, and having also had long experience in the
business, he flatters himself he will beablo todraw
the best designs of every description of buildings,
make correct draughts of all Kinds of paterns,
models for patent rights. Ac, Ao . and to givo en
tire satisfaction to all who may favor him with
Penplo from a distaneo will, by sending tho di
rnentions of tho ground plan, with a description of
tho location, scenery, and country around it. be
gratified with a design suitable in stylo and order
with tho location, scenery nnd country, and well
adapted for its special purpose. Nochnrgowill
be mado if the job should not bo satisfaefory.
Carpenters w ho desiro to improve in the theo
retical parts of their important profession may al
wuys receive instructions in either of the different
branches of Architecture. Information can at all
timas be obtained at my office, up stairs in Shaw's
Rw, or at Oeorge Thorn's. Cloarfield. Pa.
May,7,'62.-6m. AUGUSTUS WHITMAN.
Mini fur nitl, good f.Hililv li'Hir, at miali piiea, by
Jmi. I (Maul, MlllUFLL Vltl'lld'.U
I . . U.VL! I "A Mi.fidn.hifl Liquors, fue l.
IjHjlHUhJ at Rrandle of variou kind,
WliUkey, Gin, etc, Just reeeived and fr sala by
Jan la, 103 M Kttltl.LL V JilGLIJl
ri 1 ( IJust rreeived and oj'ttned tha
vOllI vjjll the Lett atliola of
BURNING AND LUBRICATING OILS.
Also dentine, an artieb thai ftinplai.tt turpentine
in many uii', allwlii h Hill (mould ehean fir
M ERR ELL A IHGLER.
I 'BLASTER! ML The subscriber having lo.
ruled himself In fha R.frough of Clearfield,
would Inform the publiethat ha is prepared to do
work in (he abova line, from plain to ornamental
of any description, in a workmanlike style. Also
whitewashing and repairing done in a neat man
tier, and on reasonable terms.
April 7. IS58. J'L,WJl? COOPER
ni nlwiro !-ni",ne,i ,,ftve rc'
dill U till., J cently added a very ex
tensive assortment to their former largo etocK of
II A K D V A It li,
Which they are prepared to dispose of for ensh at
prices lo suit the times. Person desirous of buy
ing hardware, tdiould remember that wo can sell
cheaper than the cheapest on account of the heavy
k toe k we havo on hand, and therefore to their ad
vantage to purchase of us Give us a trial.
Jan. IS, 1SH2. MERRELL A BIGLER.
Lamps ! Lamps !! tSaxe'S
The undersigned have just received from the cast
an exteusivo and varied assortment of the best
COAL OIL LAMPS,
ever brought into the cnuntj, which they Sffer at
prices, cheaper than (hn cheapest. One advant
age in buying froni us is. if the burners become
loose we I'imteii them without charge Now is the
time to buy. We also repair lamps and put new
burners on when desired.
Jan. 15, listll . MERRELL A BIGLER.
IVo V Fil'inn- M ALONE Y& Co,
X1 I 11 III PHILIPSBURG. PA.,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of Centro
nnd Cleariield counties, that have just received
and upened a new and very extensive stoon of
TIN & COPPEK-YVAKE,
S II K K T IRQ N-W A 11 K,
A V A R I ET Y 0 F STO V ES.
and a general assortment of articles usually kept
in an establishment of the kind, which they offer
chap lor cash. Approved produce taken inpay
ment atiuarKct price. Jan. 15. 1S02.
Fust received nt the "Corner Store," Curwens
villo, a now and seasonable stock of goods,
which will be sold upon reasonable terms.
Clover and timothy seed of a good quality, for
sale low, by WM. IRVIN.
Grain of nil kind, bacon and lard, for sale at
the ' corner store" by WM. IRVIN.
One new two-horse wagon for sale, inquire at
Curwensville. of WM. 1R IN.
One pair of good heavy oxen for s.ile by
March 12,'62, WM. IRVIN.
A New Lot of Goods.
rMIE UNDERSIGNED having taken tho stocK
JL of merchandize of the late firm of Patton,
Hippie A Co., have just added a fresh supply of
comprising Groceries, Drags, Quoensware, '
Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Muslins, Do Lainet,
Prints, Sattinets, Flannels, etc,, which
they offer at low prices
FOIl CASH Oil HEADY PAY.
Grain, PorK. Shingles and Boards. taKen in ex
change for goods. We respeetfuliy nsK a share
of patronage. Call and examine our stocK.
Curwensville, Dec. 11. I1IPPLE A FAUST.
N B. Tho accounts of Ptton. Hippie A Co.. are
in our hands, and we hereby notify persons hav
ing unsettled accounts, to call and settle the same
ns we desire to have the booKs closed.
December 11, 18(51. 11IPPLE A FAUST.
Benncr & Barrett,
Respectfully announco to the public that they
have completed and are now occupying their new
fronting on the Market lot and nearly opposite the
Court House. Cabinet making will bo carried on
in the upper story of tho same building, in all its
diffefent branches. All kinds of furniture will
be kept constantly on hand, and sold cheap for
Cash, or exchanged for country produce or lum
ber to suit the business Their stock willconsist of
PARLOR. ROCKING AND ARM CHAIRS,
SPRING SEATS, CAIN BOTTOMS, Ac.
Tarlor, Sofa, Centre, Card, Dining, Extension and
Sofas of all Kinds, Varieties and
Bureaus, Sideboards, Book Cases, Wardrobes. Ac
Bedsteads Jenny Lind, High Tests, Cottage,
French Fosts, Ac
Mattrasses Hair. Hair top, Cotton top, and Corn
husk, of tho best materials.
Looking Glasses of nil rrs and sizes. Also glas
ses for old frames. Also, What-nots, Wash-stands,
Work-stands; Hat-racks, Ac.
COFFINS jnade to order on short notice, and
Poplar, Cherry, Maple and Lin wood Lumber
taken in exohange for work. Oct. 23, 1861.
F urnitiire ! Furniture !!
Desires to inform his old friends and customers
that, having enlarged his shop and increased his
facilities for manufacturing, he is now prepared
to make to order such furniture as may be desir
ed, in good stylo and at cheap rates for cash. Ho
mostly has on hand at his -Fui niture Rooms,"
a varied assortment of furuiture, among which is,
BUREAUS AND SIDEBOARDS,
Ward robes and Book-cases ; Centre, Sofa, Parlor,
Breakfast and Dining extension Tables.
Common, French-posts, Cottage, Jenny-Land
and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS OF ALL KINDS. WORK-STANDS, HAT
RACKS, WASH-STANDS, Ac
Spring-scat, Cain-bottom, and Parlor Chairs ;
And common and other Chairs.
Of every description on band, and new glasses for
old frames, which will be put in on very
reasonable terms, on short notice.
He also keeps on hand, or furnishes to order, Hair,
Corn-husk, Hair and Cotton top Mattresses.
COFFINS, OF EVERY KIND,
Made to order, and funerals attended with a
lloarso. whenever desirable.
Also, House painting done to order.
The above, and many other artiulea are furnished
to customers choap for cash or exchanged fr ap
proved country produce. Cherry, Maplo. Poplar,
Lin-wood and other Lumber suitable for tho busi
ness, takon in exchange for furniture.
Remember the shop is on MarKet stroeU Clear,
field, and nearly opposite the "Old Jew Store."
Docember 4. 1851 JOHN GUELICH.
171 LOUR A good article tor sale at the storeof
ljanl6 WM. F. IRWIN. Clearfield.
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to U mouth ,.f , Mo.h.nM.h An I
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TIN WAHH AT REDUCED 1'UlCI.Hf
LYMAN WH HUT,
Market atroct, IlarrJaburg, l'a.
OffeM fur tala the UrMt lock of Tin aadRhwi
Ironware in llarrl.hurg, at low ,n,
constantly uu hand a general xorlinoiit uf ,
best pattern of Hovn .,r eookii, mul n,llllll(
room. Also agent P.rthe iala of Hanfont t t..i
enl I'artabU llouier. '
Store keepers will find it greatly t ihotr .
torest to pure huso their supplies from ma
July 2. inilm-pd,
I I I XI It PROPYLAMINE, THE kw
1-i It KM El Y FOR RHEUMATISM,
A NEW REMEDY 1
A CERTAIN REMEDY. J roB
RHEUMATISM OF EVERY KIND ; '
No Matteu How STtnoii.s. How Lou a tie .
PlIorVLAMlNI! I Wll.1. CoN'yl kk T,
J 1 1. 1. tl'ME IT.
H7r it has done. It will do again.
Dill'TORS HEAD. Dot'TOKS E X A H 1 r . I , , Toll TKTlT
The hest textitnnii y. Jlest Medical Authority.
Doctors know it. Patients believe it, Tifd & Trm,
(Fitnut Okkh ial 11oimtai. Rmohts )
May l, ISG0. i:ilen S.. at. 2S. aingle, tti,t
was very strong. Two years ago he had an at
tack of acute rheumatism, from which she waj con
fined to her bed for two weeks, and aubjeqoentlv
from a relapse for four more. She has been wef
since then till last Saturday; while eng4ged la
bouse cleaning, the took cold, had pain in her tack
felt cold, but had no decided cbill. Two daj
later her ankles began toiwrll which wr,,n0i.
ed by swelling of the knee joints and of the bt,4,.
She has dull pain in her shoulders, and her knuck
les are very tender, red and painful ; both hnj
aro affected, but the right is the most so. Hi,,
then, is a case of acute rheumatism, or. as it it now
fashionably called, rheumatic fever. It is a m
marked typical case We will carefully match thm
ease, and from time to time call your attention to
tho various symptoms which present tbeoic!rt.
My chief object in bringing her before you now if
to call your attention to a remedy vLichhai re
cently been recommended in tho treatment of rbaa
matism. I mean propylamine. Dr. Awenarin f
St. Petersburg, recommends it in tha highest terms
having derivud great benefit from it use in 1j
cases which came under his caro. Various com
mendatory testimonials respecting it have appear
ed in our journals, and I propose giving it another
trial. I must confers 1 am alwaya incredalons t
to the worth of new remedies, which are vaunlej
as specifics ; but this comes to in recommended ij
highly, that we are bound to give it a trial.
SAME CASE FOUR DAYS LATER !
Mat 23, ISf.O. I wi'l now exhibit to you the pa
tient for whom I preshribed Propylamine a&J
who was then laboring under an attack of aeulo
rheumatism. Sho has steadily taken it in dn
of three grains, every two hours, (interrolitinjf it
atniht). The day after y..n saw her, I found her
much more comfortable, better than she expected
to be for a week or more, judging from ber utbr
attack. (The patient now walked into the rount.t
Tho improvement has steadily progrerd. and
you cannot fail to notice a marked change in iam
appearance of her joints, which are now nearly U
their natural size. Thus far our experiment wouli
have seemed very successful; but 'gentlaraaa
mast wait a little while before we can give a dv
cided opinion as to what is to be (be result.
THREE DAYS LATER!!
Mat 26,18G0. This i the case of acute rbaona
tism treated with propylamine, the first of thoae to
which I called your attention at oar last cliai.
She U still very comfortable, and is now taking
three grains thrice daily.
In this case it has seemed to be followed by very
satistactory results. The second case to whi'a
your attention was called at our last lecture. ba
also continued to do well. I will now briog
fore you a very characteristic case of aeul a
matism, and if the result b satisfactory.
good jurymen, vc shall justly rtndtrvur ...
til favor of propylami nc.
He is aseaman.mt. 2ii. who was admitted a fW
days ago. Has had occasional rheumatic paius.
but not so as to keep hit. bed. until eight days a-.
The pains began in his right knee, subsequent!
atTeoted the left knee, and later the juir.tsof tha
upper extremities. These joints are all swollen,
tense and tender. His tongue is furred ; hisskiu
at present, dry, though there has been much mtit
iu. His pulse is full and strong, and about 88.
lie has now used propylamine tweuty-four hours.
This gentlemen is what may be called a strict! v
typical case ot acute rheumatism. There was ex
posure to cold and wet. and this exposare is fol
lowed by a feeling of coluness. severe articular
pain, beginning, as it usually sloes, in the lower
joints There is fever and the profuse sweatiag,
sogcnerallyattendanton acute rheumatism.
I did not bring this patient before you with the
intention of giving you a lecture oa all the points
connected with rheumatism, but to again give a
trial to the new remedy we are testing, and lo ex
hibit to you this typical case, as I have eallsd it.
than which there could not be a fairer opportunity
for testing the medicine in question. We ars.
therefore, avoiding the use of all other medicines,
even anodynes, that there may be no miigirinfrs
as to which was the efficient remedy. Yea skail
see the case in a future clinic.
THE RESULT. A FAVORABLE VERDICT
June 9. 1860. The next of our canvaleseents is
thecase ofjacuterheumatisin before you atourelin
ic of May 2rth, which I then called a typical ease,
and which it was remarked wasa fair opportunity
for testing the worth of our new remedy. Ilwas
therefore steadily given in three grain doses every
two hours for four days. The patient has got along
very nicely, and is now able to walk about as yoa
see. do not hesitate to say that J hart never tern,
as severe a caseof acutt rheumatism so soon restor
ed to heaJth as this man has been, and vntheut b
ing prepared to decide positively as to thi valuff
the rente y ee have used. I feel bound to slat that
in the case in vhich. ire have tried ths chloride of
Propylamine, the, patUnts have gained their ktaltk
much earlier than under thi treatment ordinan.f
pursued. I wish, gentlemen, you would yoar
selves try it, and report the results.
For a full report of which the above is a eee
densed extract, see the Philadelphia Mtditaland
Surgical Reporter. It is a report after a fair trial
by the best medical authority in this country. "
makes it unnecessary tojgive numerous certifiet
from astonished doctors and rejoicing patients.
A Speedy CmE. Ax Err etti'al Cfbe. Tbb
Same Result im evert Case, Wheseteb Taia.
Wherever Tried. What it bas doxb,
It Will Do Acai.".
Bullock & Crenshaw a firm well inown to is
medical men, by whom the Elixir Propyls!0
has been introduced, have sold to us the exojuJi
right to manufacture it according to the original
recipe, aad wo have made arrangements of soca.
magnitude as to enable us to scatter it broaden
amongst suffering humanity.
A WORD TO DOCTORS.
If you prefer to use the same remedy in another
form, we invite your attention to the Prae Cbts
talizrd pRorrLAiinE. PrRE Proptlabie Liqxip.
Pure Propylamine Cosckstbated, Pubb Iodibb
Propylamine, of which we are the sole manufac
turers. . ,
jriVe claim no other virtue for the ZUx it
Propylamine than is contained in Pure CryitaJ
ized Chloride of Propylamine.
The Elixir, is more convenient, and a.wrf
HEADY FOR IMMEDIATE t'SE, AND MAT BE TAX I
ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS. T ANT ONE,
EVERY ONE. WHO HAS RHKUH ATISM OF AST XI" .
SOLD AT 75 CTS. A BOTTLE.
Ordera may ba addressed to'PrMr'''
fact arias- Co.. Office. Room No. 4. ft. ton
Fourth and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.
Or to either of the following Wholesale Arer :
Bullock A Crenshaw ; French, Richards
John M. Maris A Co., Geo. 1). wof
Teter T. Wright A Co.. Zwgler .
ris Ferot A Co-, Philadelphia. Dec , l '