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CLEARFIELD, PA., DEC. 4, 1861.
Tim of Can leaving Tyrone Station.
- GOI50 EAST.
'Tut Line, 9.17 P. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. M.
'" GOIXQ WEST. '
Express, 6 40 A. M. Mail train, 5.40 P. 31
Thahm3Ivino.--Thanksgiving day was ob
' served by most of oar citizens. Divine ser
vices were had in several ol the churches.
White. During the last week the weather
has been quite like winter, in this region.
Several inches of .mow fell, rd the oarth now
wears its accustomed white mantle, and the
streams wRl soobe confined in their chan
nels by the icy bandsofBoreas'
A Pbesknt. Miss Emma Barclay will please
aceept our thanks for a number of very fino
apples, sent us on last Thanksgiving day. May
he be so fortunate as to have "some of the
"sort" on each returning thanksgiving day
and we the recipients of a present.
Jjost' A. Newfoundland dog eight or nine
' months old, black" and curly, except white on
the breast, a little white on the back of the
neck, fore feet and tail tipped with white.
Any one finding such a pup and returning him,
or giving information of him to the subscriber
shall be suitably rewarded. - Alex. M'Leod.
Jotocs. The few inches of snow, has made
the juvenile portion of our town quite jubilant ;
and, no doubt, "old winter" is a more wel-
' come visitor to them than any., other season of
the year, for with it always come the skates,
the sled, and. other sports, so much admired
and enjoyed by children. But whilo they cn-
' Joy these -sports, they should remember that
these privileges are granted to them by a good
and a merciful God. '
Pessacola Navi-Yard Burned. By re
cent news from the south, we learn that
Captain. Brown, who. is in command of Fort
Fickens, has succeeded in. burning thePcnsa--cola
Navy-yard, by throwing hot shot into it
from the Fort. . The distance is about G miles,
and must have taken some sharp shooting to
accomplish its destruction. This is consider
able cf a loss to the United States Govern
ment; bnt at the same time it nlay prove of
much greater inconvenience to the rebels who
have no navy. Be this 'as it may, important
or not important to the government, the Navy
yard has been destroyed.. Cut the most im
portant news which we have to communicate
to the people of this county at the present is,
that Richard Mossop has just opened a large
stock oi goods at his cheap cash store ; which,
we are told he is selling exceeding low for
cash. All who are interested in this fact,
should call and make the proper inquiry with
out delay; --''' - '''
Intercourse at the Table. To meet at the
breakfast, table father, mother, children, all
well, oright to be a happiness to any heart ; it
should be a source of humble gratitude, and,
should wake up the warmest feelings of our
nature. Shame on the contemptible and low
bed cur, whether parent or child, that, can
never come totle breakfast table, where the
family have met in health, only to frown and
whine, and growl, and lre.t. It is prima facie
evidence of a mean, and grovelling, and self-
hit, and degraded nature, whencesoever the
churl may have sprung. Nor is it lejs repre
benniWe to make such exhibitions at the tea-
table; for before the morning comes, some of
the circle may be stricken by some deadly dis
ease, to gather round that table not again for
ever. Children Jn good health, if left to
themselves at the table, become, after a few
ntouthsfols, garrulous and noisy, but if within
stall bearable bounds it is better to let them
alone, they eat less, because they do not eat
so rapidly as if compelled to keep silent, while
the very exhiliration of spirits quickens the
irctt!.ition of the vital fluids, and energizes
digestion and assimilation. The extremes of
society curiously meet in this regard.. .The
tables of the rich and the nobles of England
are models of mirth, wit and bonhommie; it
tkes hours to get through a repast, and they
Jive long. If anybody will look in upon the
negroes of a well-to-do family in Kentucky
while at their meals, they cannot but, be im
pressed with tho perfect abandon of jabber,
cachination and mirth ; it seems as if they
could talk all day, and they live long. It lol
lops then, that at the family table all should
meet, and do it habitually, to make a common
interchange of high-bred courtesies, of warm
flections, or cheering mirthfulness, and that
generosity of nature which lifts ns above tho
brutes which perish, promotive of these things
re of good digestion,high health and long life.
ono but a physician knows how much a
reliable alleraliu is needed by the people.
On all nides of us, in all communities every
where there are multitudes that suffer from
"mplaints that nothing but an alterative cures.
Hence a great many of them have been made
"! pit abroad with the assurance of being
Actual. But they fail to accomplish tho
cures they promise because they have not the
intrinsic virtne they claim. In this state of
jne case, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.. of Lowell,
-ve supplied us with a compound Extract or
rsaparilia wbicb does prov to be the loDg
c,rcd.retnedJ Its peculiar diSerenco from
'tier kindred preparations iu market is that
furu .tne diseases for which it is recommend
a while they do not. We are assured of this
ct by niore than one of our intelligent Phy
iTth in thl8 neikbborhood and have the
tr k ev'enca of oar OWD experience of its
"Dtti Tennessee Farmer, Nashville, Tenn. ;
Cuariks Wilk.es. Captain Wilkes.who has
conie famous as the capturer of tho. two
"o'or oosand aristocratic rebels, Mason and
t e'istbpus de8crbed : He looks the pictnre
tl De Srand old plucky naval ofj5ce.r. Six
I -"'gh, not, too slender, not too old, his
hes neat, but not too trim in their fit, ha
4 A'ad looks a an admiral, not so young
iLd LinS B picture Nelson,- not so gray
retf 2e legRed M the, old Ben-Bow. sort -of
wred English- sea-captains but half ' way be-
n the two, just as an American admiral
enUemau should look. . . - - v
Tbe hog Cholera prerails in York county !
The Latest JSfewsU i
The State or Feeling. There is ovidently
pervading in all branches of the Government
a far more . hopefal fee,icg concerning, tlte
speedy termination 'and successful ' result of
tho present conflict than heretofore. In
reference to the British press, it is believed
that it will bo as earnest as our own in discus
sing the circumstances of the arrest of Mason
and Slidell, but no apprehensions are enter
tained that the question will be produciivo of
serious embarrassment to the two countries.
A Schooner Captcned. VThe British
Schooner Mabel has been taken into Port Roy
al. She purported to be from Havana to New
York, but was heading for St. Charles sound
when captured. She will be sent to Philadel
phia for adjudication, Her carge consisted
of 7 bales of blankets, 4 cases of cloih,3 boxes
of starch, 25 boxes tin, 120 bags of coffee 20
barrels of potatoes, 350 pigs of arrow root, one
case of pistol revolvers,2 cases cavalry swords
and two cases of stores.
' East Texsessee: The Richmond Dispatch
says, (among other good things,) that there
is "a band of three thousand marauders in the
mountains of east Tennessee, under Parson
Brownlow and .Major Gilham, who-are doing
more mischief than the Yankees in Kentucky,
but they will have to be stopped in their
treasonable movements, and we, think they
will be, as Gen. Lovell is after them with the
H ome. Guards Of Memphis and Knoxville.'
Good for the Parson. . '""
New Mexico. The call of the Gorernnijut
or New-Mexico for 12,000 militia men to gar
ri8on the different posts in the Territory has
been promptly responded to. The whole
number will in a short time be reported for
duty. At Santa Fe the merchants have re
solved to endorse for. the Government to any
amount that may be advauced to the territory
A light battery, commanded by Lieut. Ander
son, D". S. army, left Santa Fe for the South
James River. The steamer Cambridge
went up James river within sight of Cabin
Point; but saw no rebel batteries. She also
ran up the Warwick river about two miles
where Gen. Mansfield found a rebel regiment
encamped. A few shells from the Cambridge,
however, caused them' to decamp in "double
quick." The rebels appear to be scared at
the great influx of troops and vessels in the
vicinity of Fortress Monroe.
-Rebel Congressmen. The rebel "rump".
legislature of Missouri met at Neosho, but n t
having a quorum of members present, they
made up the number by appointing proxies; after
which they elected J. B. Clark and R. L."Y
Ileyton, Senators to the rebel Congress. This
is the first timo in the history of this country
that a legislative body lias transacted business
by proxy. Surely rebellion is a great "insti
. A Reconnoisance. Col. Bavard. with 700
men of 1st Penn'a Cavalry reserve, made a
reconnoisance to Drainesville, and succeeded
in capturing eleven rebels, having killed two
and wounded ono of the enemy. Two of the
prisoners are cavalry with their horses, arms
and equipments. Col. Bayard and two others
were slightly wounded.
The Eastern Shore. Several rebel officers
were captured by bur troops in Accomac and
Northampton counties, Vn. , All traces of dis
loyalty seems to have disappeared. The peo
pie will adopt the State government for West
ern Virginia as a temporary measure, with! a
hope of being annexed to Delaware or Mary
land in the future.
Gen. Cass. This "gentleman has written a
corumunicationt the Detroit Free Press, in
which he justifies the arrest ol . Mason and
Slidell, and shows that it was in strict accor
dance with the position of government upon
the light of search question as maintained in
the coirespondence with the British Govern
ment iu 1858.
A Slave Regiment. The National Republi
can, printed in Washington, has advices from
Winchester, Virginia, that the rebel General
Jackwon commands a regiment of slaves, who
are fully armed. This forcing of "chatties"
to fight,, is rather a "black!' speck jn the
history of the rebellion.
Town Burned. The principal portion of
tho town of Warsasv, Missouri, was destroyed
by fire on the 21st. -Some of the Government
ston-s, for which there was no transportation
at hand, were also destroyed. " The fire is said
to be the work of incendiary Secessionists.
Capture of a Pirate. The pirate vessel.
Beauregard, has been captured by the U- S.
gunboat G. W. Anderson, of Boston, with 27
prisoners and one long pivot gun on her deck.
The pirate was laying at Key West, and made
no resistance. -
Pirates. The government of Italj has a-
dopte.d stringent measures in reference to the
piracy vessels , engaged in depredating n
America commerce. The American Consuls
are keeping a sharp lookout for suspicious
vessels. .'- :
The Rebel Capital. The. Richmond En
quirer says, the rebel Congress has passed a
bill for the removal o"f the Capital from Rich
mond .to Nashville, Tennessee. Truly these
rebels are & shifting set of rascals. - ? -
More Troops. Five hundred regulars from
California armed at Nw York on the 25th.
One of the officers, Adjutant Scott, was soon
afterwards arrested, having been charged, by
the passengers, with secession. ,'( ; - ,
Slidells Lands. The discovery , has just
been made In the land office fhat John Slidell
owns fifty thousand . dollars worth of public
lands in Minnesota. It will of course be con
fiscated. . V :
A- Cargo . of Cotton. Tho bark Thomas
Dallet arrived at Philadelphia from Porto Ca-
bello, with seven hundred and eighty bales of
Cotton on board. 7 ;' ' ' ' . :
!Jail Burnt. The Montgomery connty jail
at Rockvilla was entirely destroyed by fire.
A prisoner who
was incarcerated, for firing
i set it on ftrtt.. lie exulted
grain iu the stock
over his act and said be done the act to get
into the penitentiary, where he now is.
Received by Tuesday Evening's IfaiL
Congress assembled on Monday. A quorum
of both Ilouses were present. In the House
a resolution was passed, expelling J. W. Ried,
a member from Missouri, for having taken up
arms against the United States. The . House
passed a vote of thanks to Capt. Wilkes for
his arrest of the traitors 11 a son and Slidell.
The rebels having confined Col. Corcoran as
a convicted felon, the House requested the
President to similarly confine J. M. Mason -also,'
to similarly confine John Slidell as a
hostago for Col. A. M. Wood of the lath N.
Y., who is confined in a felon's prison In the
South. The President's Message was to be
delivered at one o'clock on Tuesday. i ,
A report has been circulated that the rebel
steamer Nashville had captured the mail
steamer Arago, on which Gen Scott had taken
passage for Europe. This is doubtful, as the
Arago carries 4 rifled cannon of long range,
besides a large number of small arms, and can
be defended by a crew of 100 men.
It is reported that Col. Kerrigan, of late
the 25th N; Y regiment, has been tried by a
court martial for treason and sentenced to be
shot, and that his death warrant has been
signed by the President. Kerrigan is a mem
ber of Congress lrom New York city. '
Tho Secretary of the Navy approves of the
Capture of the rebel commissioners by Capt
Wilkes, and says he might have captured the
vessel bearing them.
The Tribitne''s correspondent saj-s, that at
the urgent request of Geo. D. Prentice, Gwin
and Benham have been released from Fort
There are now 700,000 volunteers whose
services have been accepted by the United
States and the several States.
. A skirmish took place at Black . Walnut,
Missouri, In which 8 rebels were killed, 17
wounded and 6 captured.
The rebel steamer Page captured, on the
Potomac, two vessels laden with coal and
lumber. - .
A railroad train was seized by the rebels in
Missouri, but the money and mails were saved.
Nothing definite has been received reference
to the bombardment of Pensacola.
Of typhoid fever, in the military hospital at
Camp Pierpoint, Va., on Friday, Nov. 29th,
Nathaniel McOlosket, aged about 28 years
Deceased was a member of Company K. 1st
Riflj Reg. P. R. V. Corps. He enlisted at the
formation of our company at Curwinsville in
May last. The same social qualities that en
deared him to friends at home, have since
commanded our respect and esteem, and it is
with deep regret thai; we record Una the first
gloom that his fallen upon' us. A young man
zealous in the cause in which be was engaged,
of upright principles and correct habits ; we
feel his loss, and know that a brave spirit has
gone from our midst, leaving us the lesson,
"Be ye also ready, for ye know not at what
timo the Son of Man cometh. I.
1VOT1CE TO OWNEKS.-On or abont the
11 4th of October, came floating down the river
and was lodged by tne subscriber on bis promises,
in the berough of Lumber City, a number of Oak
and Pine timber sticks, for - which the owners are
requested to come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take it away, or otherwise it will be
disposed or according to Jaw. - '
C1LE Alt FIELD MUSIC SCJIOOL For in
gtiuetion upon the Piano, Melodcon and Uui
tar, and in Harmony and Sinning. -
Terms For pupils under six years old. $5,00,
tor seventy two lessons of one half hour each ;
for all pupils over six years old. SI 0.00. for seven
ty-two lessons of one hour each; upon Piano, Me-
iodeon. Uuitar or in Harmony.
Payable, one-fourth at the beginning and the
balance at me end ot tne quarter.
Vocal music free to all Instrumental pupils
Stndiei alone, $3.00 per term.
Rooms at Mr. Alexander Irwin's.
Oct. 1, ISfiO. K. A. r. RYNDKR, Teacher.
yULGAXITE BASE FOR
JVlt lll'lC lAL. "I' J IS I II.
Attention is especially called to this article, as
substitute for gold in inserting teeth. Many per
sons who have tr rd all kinds of metalic based pre
fer this, and in those cases where it is applicable,
it will in a great measure become a substitute for
gout, silver or platina. Its chief advantages are
cheapness, lightness and perfect adoption to the
mouth ; it having a soft fleshy feel to the parts of
tne moutu with wnich it comes in contact.
A.M. Hills is prepared to put up-teeth on the
Vulcanite Base, with Goodyear's Patent Gum,
which is the only reliable preperation, and can
only be had through their regular agents.. As
there are very many kinds of spurious crams in
use, of a very inferior quality it will be well for
persons desirous of procuring teeth on the V ulcan
ite Base to be well acquainted with the moral re
sponsibility ot the JJentit they employ. ,.
Persons desiring teeth will do well to call and
examine specimens, bothlin and out of the mouth
Dr. Hills will always be found in his office on
Friday and Saturday, unless notice appears to the
contrary, in the town papers, the previous week.
New Goods, New Goods.
T. P. KllATZEIt, !
Ilaii just received a general assortment of Fall
and Winter " . .. '
DRY-GOODS. ' i
Delains, cashmers, reps, valenceaa, morinos, al
paccas, prints, coburgs, ginghams, dncals, chintz,
silks, muslins, cloths, cassimeres, tweeds, satti
netts, flannels, drillings, linen, debates, shawls,
cloaks, and dusters.
CLOTHING.: -: ' ... . I
Over-coats, dress-coats, business-coats, pants, vests,
shaw s, under-shirts, drawers, neckties, fine linen
shirts, Byron collars, choakers, cravats, hats, caps,
fine calf-skin boots, heavy kip boots, shoes.
coffee, tea, molasses, sugar, .salt, candles, rice,
spices, flour,, tobacco, syrup; candies, essence of
coffee, pulverized , sugar, crackers, starch, soda,
sperm candles, black tea, saleratus. ;
; HARDWARE & QUEENSWARE. i
Nails, spikes, forks, spades, shovels, springs, saws,
planes, axes, augers, smoothing-irons, scissors.
meat cutters, knives and forks, steelyards, pen-
Knives, white stone tea setts, tureens, dishes, glass
ware.' ' '
. . .. NOTIONS.
Nubias, hoods, gloves, hosiery, collars, hoop-skirts,
balmoral-skirts, bonnets, ribbons, flowers, plumes,
bonnet frames, niches, lace, braid binding, sephyr,
yarn, fringe, buttons, trimmings, etc. r
Oil cloths, buckets, school books, wallpaper, twine
raftinr rope, ooach varnish, moss, curled .hair
coach trimmings,' velvet, plush, cotton tape, coal
oil, linseed oil dperm oil, glass, etc. . , .
All of which will be sold on the most reasonable
terms for cash or approved country produce.
Clearfield, JNov. 21, iSil.
ir?LOVK.-AUt of good flour on hand and fr
I1. mU at , TERRELL BIGKBR'S.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership of Patton Hippie 4 Co., was
dissolved on the 13th of June, 1861, by the with
drawal of II. D. Patton. The books of the late
firm .are in the hands of Hippie and Faust who are
authorized to settle and collect all debU due said
firm. - H. D PATTON,
K. A. I1IPPLE,
Jnly3.1861. DAN'L FAUST.
JpLOUR ! BACON !! GROCERIES !!!!
PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS; ' C
LIQUOR OP VARIOUS KINDS,
' Tobacco, Segars, &e., . -
. FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH, . .
In the basement of Merrell 3s. Bigler's building by
Feb. 27, 1861-tf.
O. B. MERRELL.
FARM FOR SALE. The following described
farm, situated in Decatur township, Clearfield
Co., Pa. two miles and a half west of Philipsburg,
on,the Glem Hope road, containing one hundred
and twmty-one acres and allowance. -There are
about eighty-five acres cleared and under a good
state of cultivation ; with a large, well finished,
frame bank barn, a comfortable hewed log house,
and a, well finished frame dwelling house and
other out buildings erected thereon , never failing
springs of winter at the buildings, and a large and
well selected assortment of bearing fruit trees.
The wood land being well -timbered - and under
laid with a four and a half foot vein of stone coal.
The above farm affords rare inducements to pur
chasers. For further information enquire of
R. D. SHOWALTER, Philipsburg.
Oct. 23, 861. 6m. . . Ceptre. Co. Pa.
OF FALL .FASHIONS
Y ' " ' 'atthe -.
; i NEW. CASH STORE OF-
II. W. Smith & Co.
The attention of the Ladies is respectfully eallod
to the following notice. We have just received
and opened the. very latest and most fashionable
KUBIAS, WOOL HOODS,
Zephyr M'ool Gauntlets, Berlin Wool
" : Cloves with gauntlets, Wool Scarfs, Ze- - l
phyr Wool Shawls, large and small ; heavy
double all wool Shawls,' Chenile Shawls, Cloth
Cloaks, and every variety of .Zephyr. ' A superior
article of gauntlet Kid Gloves, gauntlet Lisle
Gloves, gauntlet Buck Gloves, gauntlet Cash
mere gloves, childrons1 Cashmere Gloves,'
children' Lisle gloves, and a good as
sortment of Ladies', Childrens',
and Infants' hosiery.. Also
ELEGANT WORKED SETS,
Elesant worked Collars, elegant worked Skirts,
all wool Delaines, Flannels, and a gteat variety of
Dress Uood3. AH of which will be sold cheap.
' Addkxda The Sontags will be opened for sale
in one week from this dare.
WALL PAPER AND
WINDOW SHADES. We have just received from
Howell fc Brother of Chestnut street, two choice
styles of Paper. Also, window shading, plain and
figured. .. H. W. SMITH A CO.
Clearfield. November 13, 1E61.
TVTEW-YORK TRI BUHE NEW VOLUME
il On the seventh of September. 1861. THE
NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE commenced the
twenty-first year of its existence; the THE DAI
LY THIBli -TB. being some months older and THE
SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE somewhat younger.
For more than twenty years, this journal has la
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cause of Humanity, Justice and Freedom, endeav
oring to meliorate the condition of the oppressed
and unfortunate, to honor and encourage useful
exertion m whatever sphere, and. to promote by
all means the moral, intellectual and material ad
vancement of our country. It has aimed to be
right rather than popular, and to espouse and
commend to-day the truth that others may not be
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incited our readers to think and judge for them
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As to the Civil War now devastating our coun
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er before known a Rebellion in the interest of
the few against the many a Rebellion designed
to raise higher the walls of caste and tighten the
chains of oppression. Having done all we could
without a surrender of vital principle to avoid
this War and witnessed the forbearance, meek
ness, and long-suffering with which the Federal
Government sought to Rvert its horrors, we hold
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to stand by the nation and its fairly chosen ru
lers. and to second with all our energies their ef
forts to uphold the Union, the Constitution, and
the supremacy of the laws. And, though the Re
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terroism, and spoliation, fearfully strong, we be
lieve the American Republic far stronger, and
that the mnanimous, earnest efforts of loyal hearts
and hands will insure its overthrow. But on all
questions affecting the objects, the scope, and du
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and of action indispensable in so grave an emer
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THE TEIBVKE,No 154 Nassau st., Kew-Yerk. -j
CAUTION. All persons are hereby cautioned
against purchasing or meddling with the fol
lowing property.now in the handaof Luther Bar
rett of Ferguson township, to wit, 1 bay horse. 1
sorrel horse, 1 wagon, 1 yoke 3-year old steers, I
yoke 2-year old steers, I 2-year Id steer, 2 cows,
28 sheep, as the above property belongs to u and
has only been left with said Luther Barrett on loan ,
subject to our order.
Nov. 13, ISttl. PATTON, HIPPLE & CO.
JpiTORTANT AXKOirKCEMETJ I
A Fact Worth Knowing!
The undersigned informs hrsold friends and the
public generally that he has just received and o
pened, at his old stand in Bradford township, a
NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
consisting of Dry Goods, Hardware, Queensware
Groceries, and all e-ther articles usually kept in a
country store, which he will dispose of at as low
rates as they can be parchased in the county, and
of as good quality, if not better. He respectfully
solicits all to give him a call and examine his
stock before purchasing elsewhere, and ha feels
certain that they will buy from him.
jyll . MATTHEW FORCEE.
T ADIES ONE PRICE FANCY FUR
JLi STORE ! JOHN FA
REIRA, No. 718 Arch Street,
between 7th & 8th Streets,
Philadelphia. (late of 818
Market street.) Importer,
Manufacturer of. and Deal
er in all kinds of FANCY
FURS, for Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Wear.
Having now manufactur
ed and in store my usual
large and beautiful assort
ment of all the various
styles and qualitiesot Furs,
adapted to the coming Fallit
would respectfully invite s:
an examination of my stock and" prices from those
intending to purchase, as I am enabled te offer
them very desirable inducements. .
All my Furs have been purchased tor ewsh, and
made by experienced and competent hands; and
as the present monetary troubles render it neces
sary that I should dispose of my goods at very
small advance on cost
lam satisfied that it will be to the interests of
those who design purchasing, to give me a call.
Recollect, the name, number and ctreet: John
Fareira, (New Fur Store,) 713 Arch Street Philad'a.
Sept.J 1, 1861-5mo.
Respectfully announce 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 be carried on
in the upper story of tbo same building, in all its
different 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 stoek will consist of
PARLOR, ROCKING AND ARM CHAIRS,'
SPRING SEATS, CAIN BOTTOMS. Ac.
Parlor, Sofa, Centre, Card, Dining, Extension and
Sofas of all Kinds, Varieties and
Bureaus, Sideboards, Book Cases, Wardrobes, Ac.
Bedsteads Jenny Lind, High Post, Cottage,
French Posts, Ac.
Mattrasscs Hair, Hair top, Cotton top, and Corn
husK, of the best materials
Looking Glasses of all sorts and sizes. Also glas
ses for old frames. Also, What-nots, Wash-stands,
vtorK-stands; itat-racKs, dc
COFFINS made to order on short notice, and
Foplar, Cherry, Maple and Lin wood Lumber
taken in exchange lor worK. Uct. 2-i, ISbl
TnE LADY'S FRIEND GODEY'S LADYS
BOOK FOR 1862. The world's favorite. For 32
Years the Standard Magazine. Pronounced by
the Press of the United States, the beet Lady's
Magazine in the World and the Cheapest.
' The Literature is of that kind that can be read
aloud in the family circle, and the clergy in im
mense numbers are subscribers for the Book.
The best Isulij Writer in America contribute to
its pages, and we have some that write for no other
The Music is all original, and would cost 25
sents(the price of the Book) in the musio stores ;
But most of it is copyrighted, and cannot be ob
tained excert in "uodey "
Our Steel Engraving. All efforts to rival us
in this have ceased, and we now stand alone -in
this department, giving, as we do, many more and
infinitely better engravings than are published in
any other work.
Godcy's Immense Double Sheet Fashion-Plate.
Containing from five to seven full length Colored
Fashions on each plate. Other magazines give
only two. '
. Far Ahead of any Fashions in Europe or Amert
en. Godey's is the only work in the world that
gives these immense plates, aud they are such as
to have excited the wonder of publishers and the
public. I he publication of these plates cost 510,
000 more than Fashion-plates of the old style. and
nothing but our wonderfully large circulation
enables us togivetbem Other magazines cannot
afford it We never spare money when the pub
liccan be benefited. These fash ions may be relied
on. lresses may be made after them, and the
wearer will not subject herself to ridioale.es would
be the case if she visited the large cities dressed
after the style of the plates given in some of our
so called fashion magazines .
(Jitr Wood Ungravuigs. of which we give tw ice
or three times as many as any other magazine,
are often mistaken for steel, xhey ar so far
superior to any others.
nutations. Beware of them. - Remember that
the Lady's Book is the original publication and
the cheapest. II you take uodcy. you w ant no
other magazine. Everything that is useful or
ornamental in a house ean be found in Godey..' -
Urawmg LSssons. 2to other magazine gives
them, and we have given enough to fill several
large volumes. -
Our Keeeintt are such as ean be found nowhere
else. Cooking in all its variety Confectionery
the Nursery the Toilet the Laundry -theKitch-en.
Receipts upon all subjects are to be found in
the pages of the Lady's Book. We originally
started this department, and have peculiar facili
ties lor making it most perfect. ' ibis department
alone is worth the price of the rkok.
iiodies Wort lable. Ibis department empri
ses engravings and descriptions of every article
that a lady wears. ' '
Model Cottages. No other - magazine has this
department. - ' .
Terms. Cash iu Advance. One copy one year.
$3. Two copies one year, $5. Three copies one
year, so. J? our copies one year, tf J. t ive copies-
one year, and an extra copy to the person send ing
the club, $ 10 Eight copies one year, and an ex
tra copy to the person sending the club, 515.
Eleven copies one year, and an extra eopy to the
person sending the elub, S20. And the nly
magazine that can be introduced into the above
olubs in plaoe of the Lady's Book it Arthur's
Home Magazine. - '
- Special Clubbing vnth other Magazines.
Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's Home Magazine
both one year for S3 50. Godey's Lady's Book
and Harper's Magazine both one yer for 54 50.
Godey, Harper, and Arthur will all three be sent
ono - year, on receipt of S6 00. Treasury Aotes
and Notes of all solvent banks taken at par. Be
earefol and pay the postage on your letter.
313 Chesnui Stn-e, Philadelphia,
FE0FESSI01TAL ft BUSINESS
B. WOODS. Attorney at Law, Indiana. Pa.
r Professional business promptly attended to.
O. CROUCH, Piitsicui-, Cnrwen8ville,Cloar
. field county, Penn'a. May 14. -
LJ. CRANS,. Attorney at Law and Real Estate
. Agent, Clearfield, Pa. Office adjoining his
residence, on Second street. May 18.
"1 TTTLLIAM A. WALLACE, Attorney at Law,
Clearfield, Pa. Office, one door north- of the
Post Office, on Second street. - Sept. 1.
OBERT J. WALLACE, Attorney at Law. ,and
District Attorney. Clearfield, Pa. Office in
Shaw's new row, Market street. . . , May 28.
WM. M'CULLOUGIi; Attorney at Law, Clear
. field, Pa. Office, in Graham's new brick
building, on Second floor. July 3, 1RG1.
HBUCIIER SWOOPE. AttorneT at Law,C!ea7
. field, Fa. Office inGrahamrs Row. one door
east of the 'Raftsman's Journal1 office. Nov 10. -
J P. KRATZER Merchant. -and dealers in
. Boards and Shingles, Grain and Produce.
Front St, above the Academy, Clearfield, Pa. (jl2
WILLIAJ F. IRWIN, Market street, Clearfield,
Pa., Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Mer
chandise, Hardware, Queensware, Groceries, and
family articles generally. Nov. 10.
DR. WM. CAMPBELL, offers his professional
services to the-citizens of Morris and adjoin
ing townships. Residence with J. 1). Denning in
Kylertown, Clear&eld county. May 11,135?.
F. NAUGLE, M'atch and Clock Maker and
. dealer in Watches, Jewelry. Ac. Room in
Shaw's new row, Makct street, opposite the llmf.s
man's Journal office, Clearfield, Pa. . Nov. 10. ,
JB M'ENALLT, Attorney at Law. Clearfield.
. Pa. Practices in Clearfield and adjoining
counties. Office in new' brick addition, adjoining
the residence of Jaiaes B. Uraham. Nov. 10.
JOHN GUELICH, Manufacturer of all kinds of
Cabinet-ware, Market street, Clearfield, Fa.
He also makes to order Coffins, on short notice, and
attends funerals with a hearse. Aprl0,'&9.
RICHARD MOSSOP, Dealer in' Foreign and Do
mestic Dry Goods, Groceries, Flour,- Bacon,
Liquors, Ac. Room, on Market street, a few doors
west of JourtialOffice, Clearfield, Pa. Apr27.
THOMAS J. M'CCLLOUeH, Attorney at Law,
Clearfield, Pa. Office, over the "Clearfield
co. Bank. Deeds and other legal instruments pre
pared with promptness and accuracy. July 3.
JOHN RUSSEL A CO., Tanners and Curt ion.
. Pennville, Clearfield Co , Pa. Keep constantly
on hand an excellent assortment of leather, which
they offer for sale at the lowest caah prices. Hides
of all kinds taken in exchange. Julyl5-54.
LARRIMER A TEST, Attorneys at Law.Cleai
field, Pa. Will attend promptly to all legal
and other business entrusted to their care in Clear
field and adjoining counties. August 6. 18ifi.
. JAS. H. LARRIXE1. ISRAEL TEST.
DR. M. WOODS, tenders his professional servi
ces to the citizens of Clearfield and riciuity.
Residence on Second street, opposite the office of
L.J. Crans.Esq. Office, the same that was reoeat
ly occupied by Hon'. G R. Barrett, where he eaa
be found unless absent on professional business.
rp Y R O Hi K CITY HO TEL.
TYRONE. BLAIR COUNTY, PA. '
. A, P. OWENS, Proprietor.
Also Oysters, Wholesale and Retail. declO
TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED ACRES
OF LAND AT PRIVATE SALE, extending
to the mouth of the Moshannon. An eligable
property; on reasonable terms. Inquiro of
H. BUCHER SWiJOPE,
DeclSMf. Attorney at Law.. Clearfield, Ta
DR. LITCH'S .MEDICINES. Afresh sup
ply of these invaluable Family Medicines
are for sale by M. A. Frank, Clearfield, consisting
of Pain Carer; -Korafitv, a great cure for colds
and cough ; and Anti-Uiltous Physic. 1 hey have
been thoroughly tested in this community, and
are highly approved. .Trttbem.
TO THE TRAVELING rUBLlC The
undersigned having taken the Lathersbttrg
Hotel, situate in the town of Luthertburg, Clear
field county, respectfully solicits a share of pat
ronage. The house has been re-fitted and newly
furnished, aud no pains or expense will be spared
to render guests comfortable. Charges moderate.
may23 WILLIAM REED.
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE Letters
of Administration on the estate of Aaron
Pierce, late of Chest township, Clearfield county
Pa., dee'd, having been granted to the undersign
ed, all persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same, will present them prop
erly authenticated for settlement. WM. FEATH,
New Washington, Oct. 9, 1S61-6tp. Adm'r.
PROVISION AND GROCERY STORE.
The undersigned keeps eonstantl on hand
at his store room in Philipsbur Centreycounty, a
full stock of Flour, Hams'. Shoulders, Sides, Cof
fee, Tea, Sugar, Rice,. Molasses, Ao. Also, Li
quors of all kinds, Tobacco. Segars, Snuff, Ac; all
of which he offers to purchasers on the most ad
vantageous terms. Give him a call, and try his
articles. mar21 ROBERT LLOYD.
BANKING AND COLLECTION OFFICE
LEONARD, FINNEY '&; CO., ;
CLEARFIELD, CLEARFIELD COUNTY, TA.
Bills of Exchange, Notes and DrafU Discounted.
Deposits received. Collections made, and proceeds
promptly remitted. Exchange on the Cities con
stantly on hand. - Office, on Second street, in the
room lately occupied by W. A. Wallace, Esd.
JAMES T. LE05AHB. i : : : : '. z : : 0. A. riSSKV.
wm a. Wallace, r ::::::::: a. c. fisnet.
VO. S, WAKE UP ! The undersigned would
1 1 respectfully inform the citizens of Clearfield
and vicinity, that he continues to do all kinds of
Blacksniithiog on short notice and in the vary
best style, at the Old Shop alongside of the Town
Hall. Edge tools of all kinds made and dresced
in the best manner, and warranted to giventire
satisfaction. The public will remember,, that I
am cot in the habit of turning off jobs on account
of not being able" to do them. All I ask is a trial,
and then the public may juige of the work for
themselves." Remember the Old Fhop ' at the
Town Hall. - r JAMES HAFF.
Clearfield Pa, August 13. 1S51. ..
N. B. Any jobs that Mr. Passmore cannot' exe
cute, will be done on very short notioe.
E W FIRM 'AND It E W - G O O D fc !
JOHW & JEERED T. IETI3T.
The undersigned give notice that on the 13th A
pril they enterod into partnership in the mercan
tile business in Curwensville. and that hereafter
the business will be conducted by them jointly un
der the name and firm of John A J. F. Irvin. .
They inform their customers and the public i
eeneral thattbev have received from theEaatand
opened at the old stand, a large and varied stock of
SPRING' AND SUMMER ' ' ,
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, Q VEEN8-
WARE, HARaW ARE, XV., XU.,
specially adapted to the wants of the com,rnsnity,
and will stl tae s.une at the lowest cash priced.
Also, a laree assortment of BooU,. Shoes, llxis
and Caps, of the latest styles and best quality, all
f which they intend to sell at reasonable rate.
Abo, an extensvve stock or the most fashion ii :
READY-MATJE CLOTIlfNG. '
at prices to. suit 'the times'. Now is the time to
purchase. Call in anu examine tvr tock befera
you purchase-yonr-goods, and we f -jel confidr-nt
that we ean supply-yon with all inii of goo '.s,
at as low pricesand on as reajonaUe terms as you
can proeura them Ue where. . Give w a trial. .
: JOUX 4KYIN,
May 30,1880. JEI1RED F. IRVIN.
y. rJ. Person Indebted so the old firm are
quested to call aid settle. - may Ji