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V , BUSINESS ITEMS.
CWe Call the attention of thoBe interested
to tlveuditor's '.Notice in another column. ' '
'jpTjxose desiring .. situations.; ia'- school
t ehers will find in rrtiiniiy Tiflbrdcd by
referance to the fcotice of the PioP.!,h,P
Co&rd of Directors. ,' 1 -
C7;Ve never advertise patent medicines,
but the euro for ague, of J. A. Paletiiorp jr,
does not come Under the general ban, as we.
knew it to be an almost certain remedy. No
cure, no par. ' : ' " v .
' CEJ-Those persons desirous of purchasing
a valuable property in the vicinity of this
place, will find an excellent opportunity by
rcflerring to the advertisement of Joseph
Lamch tti another column.
JTT-Our merchants and others visiting the
city .will do well to call at Bailt Brother's,
252 chesnut St. and examine their splendid
"assortment of .carpeting, floor oil cloths, mat
tings &c &c.
jjyAlthough a good deal of business was
done during Court week j the new, splendid and
cheap assortment of goods just received by
Wm. F. Iawix, was by no means exhausted.
lie offers for sale, emphatically, the best and
cheapest goods in the county. Call and see."
C7An extensive purchase was lately effec
ted by Geo. D. Mjrqax & co, of all the lands
La Centre and Clearfield counties belonging to
IIaepmax Philips. They are nows offered for
ale on easy terms, in lots, or otherwise to
suit purchasers. See advertisement
" Cyit will be seen that our young friend
Jos. Showers has disposed of his interest in
the firm of Patton & Showers, to E. A. Hip
h.e. The business will be hereafter conducted
under the style and firm of Pattox & Hiitle.
EA large assortment of all kinds of lum
ber, plastering lath, &c may always be found
at the '-Pioneer Mills," of Capt. Henry Groe,
on the M shannon. Those who desire bills
sawed, will Cnd.the Capt. a prompt business
man, and true to hi promises.
EItis said that money is exceedingly
t'ght, but nevertheless 31. A. Frank, has just
purchased a large, new, and splendid assort
ment of Gentlemen's dress goods and ready
mad-; clothing. As Frank is a pretty clever
fellow, he deserves to bo patronized. Store
two doors East of Journal office.
The shocmaking business is prospering,
and C. S. Black advertises for six journey
men. Who wants a good berth ?
" 1 1
7" G it your life insured," and thus insure
to j out family a sufScient competence in the
erent of your death. The Susquehanna Corn
piny at rUrrlshurg, offers every inducement.
Dr. K. V. VTilsox cf this place w the examin
ing physician, and Dr. A. T. Scuhyyer, is the
agent for Clearfield county.
3""A hore, buggy, and harness, can be
fccugfct cheap of TV. M. Rsepi, at Curwens
ilie. . r
CjrQar lady readers who desire to send to
Philadelphia for 3Iiihnery, &c. A.c, will tind
the establishment of Jane Miller s.t So. S
South Sixth St., upper side, where all orders
will be punctually attended to. '
7" It will be seen ia another column, that
Blair & Brrltt have opened the MOUNT
VEHN'ON" for the reception of visiters. . We
wish them abundant success, and have to doubt
our Clearfield friends visiting the City, will
call where they will always meet a warm and
"Secure the s,hadow, 'ore the substance
fades," aad cil at Pcrvian. :s Daguerrean
Gallery on 2nd it., two doors north of Powell
t. Co's. Store. , .
It is always a good plau for men in busi
ness to settle up their accounts regularly.
James B. Graham, adoptlug this course, calls
peremptorily upon those having dealings with
him to come forwrd and settle up.
u7"TliOseof our farmers who have orchards.
fchbuM procure one of Hickok's portable cider
mills, which arc represented as one of the very
he'st articles of the kind ever invented. L. R.
Cartel, t3 the agent iu this place." ' '
" Cr1 The CorporaP in his perigrinatius a few
days since, while ieatching for the 'Know Noth
ing," observed a crowd pouring into the room
next door to the Journal ollicc. Of course he
followed, but discovered the cause of attrac
tion to be a splendid and cheap assortment of
boots and shoes, recently opened there by C.
S. Black. From the excellent quality of his
work, the Corporal'icomer to, the conclusion
that Charley did'nt belong to the Order, t
Z7- It will be seen that D. W. RoBnrxs &
Co., at Lumber city, have dissolved partner
ship. ' The Books and accounts are in the
hinds of D. .W. KoBBisa for settlement.
CPM. A. Frank E.vj, informs his friends
and the public, that lie hi3 removed his busi
ness staml two doors cast of the Journal olnce,
la Graham' Row, where he will be happy to
attend to those who may give him a call.
We call the attention of painters and
others to the fact, that a large aad excellent
wpHyf -Wbite-Lead -an4-Linked Oil, has
just been received at Mossop & Pottarff's.
We request the attention of our readers
to the card of HrcHES & . Irvix in another
oluian,-the 'proprietors, of the Tyrone City
Hotel. Give them a call, when you visit Ty
ne If you wish - te- be - welLAreated, and get
fcaicted with a couple cf devrr fellow:
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tiiT-fcdBeF -lit i ,
-fi v..'f. .. V.--::;, ci.'j ; n'.j '.
A inaieik was lately Tntit up L-styevii a, jS P;
V;uia bear and an Iowa buii to light for three
thousand doll.is. The perlbrmanc-j is thus de
scri'oed by the Auburn (California) herald;
On Saturday lastr a g and hear r.nd bull
fight was advertised to' come oif f t the above
named place- At tea o'clock "iu the nYorning
a crowd abut two thousand persi. ns hod as
sembled to witness the encounter between bru-
in and bis bull-ahipf A large amphitheatre
had been erected, with ample accommoda
tions lor the," spectators, .underneath .-which
tliey crowded In anxious expectancy to' wit
ness the rare entertainment. The sports yf
the dy commenced with a cock Ggtit; alter
which the bull, Chihuahua,-vas ushered into
tha ring. The bear, a full grown animal of
the grizzly species, was led from his cage teth
ered by a raw hide I.triat and a chain. Chihua
hua surveyed his antagonist, pawed the dirt
over his neck, and prepared to pilch into bru
in, who, not relishing such sport; made one
bound, freed l.imself Irom the thongs which
bound him, and commenced ascending the
scats on which sat the spectators. A scram
bling scene ensued which beggars descr.ption.
Bruin succeeded in attaining to the fourth
tier of seats, when he either fell through or
leaped to the ground, on the heads of the
dense mass below. One unfortunate gentle
man raised the canvass to cflect his escape
Bruin perceiving the open ng. made, darted
through, overturning the man in his piss ige,
and made for the deep cannon which runs by
the foot of the town. . In ascending the hill
he overtook a Mr. Courtney, of Mad Cannon,
ami with one stroke of his paw almost denu
ded him. Happily, however, he sustained no
other injury than the loss of his "unmention
ables." The gentleman who was upset in ma
king his escape through the canvass suffered
a severe contusion, and had his head gashed
to the skull from the centre of his forehead to
Meanwhile, the rage of the bull having
reached boiling heat, with a bound and bellow,
dashed through the crowd, overturnrng all in
his way, and in the opposite direction from
bruin, "disappeared in the woods. The scene,
altogether, our informant assures us, was in
describable. The evening wound up with a
wrestling match for $100, in which a Mr. Sims
was the winner, mid the whole "topped off"
with a dog tight. . -
The elegant amusements of our friends of
Iowa II ill we le-jrn, add much to the life and
business of the place, and cause money to cir
The Scmmer h Ended In commenting up
on the eventful summer from which we just
emerged, the New Vork Mirror sjvs that "it
has been a hard aud a hot one. Fires, fail tires,
disease and death, have brought 1 .ssea
and mourning to thousands the calam
ity of s.hort crops aud high prices makes the
poor man look an.xiously to tiie coming winter-
Many who began the season in the ful
ness of health and beauty, have perished with
the early llowers, and hundreds who went
abroad decked in the gay colors of joy aud
hope are now robed m the sombre attire of
grief and mourning. Autumn has come to
many a heart, even in the spring-time of life,
and the earth has become to thousands of its
pilgrims literally "the valley of the shuduw of
death.' They who have passed through this
trying season unscathed by sickuoss and mis
fortune whom the De tth Angel has not even
brushed with his wiDgs, should make their
lives a hymn of thanksgiving to the.Inlinite
God who has dealt with them so gentle and so
graciously! Instead of looking on tiie daru
tide of the future, they should look up in
grateful confidence to the Reaper whose sick
le has left them to flourish a little longer in
the field of time, while thousands, as liiltof
health and promise as they, have been cut
tjywn and withered in an hour."
Rod7ji.g a Hen-Roost. -Jeems Lewkas, ol
Orange county, Va., writes to tiie Alexnd.U
Ga.zi;e that soma d. stones- rogue h is roboed
his hen-roost. He cUs.-s his account of the
fowl tnns-ution as follov.s : ln the morning
we fouiiJ out that sum l'oiler had been kuium.t
tin a si'.i. on Grammar's poeltry and "sever.il
other hens. Mr. Eddytur: when I gi;.-; J arou'ii
upon the wrek cf mutter aud tiie crush ofciiik
ins, 1 w.u- Ld to -' jUi:n in the l.mgwrdj of the
Poit whir he siys I feels most like a feller
who trMa alone some binqu.-t hill deserted,
whose lights are ded, whose gds am tied, an 1
all 'ceptin hiin and an ole rooster and a few
defunct hens d.-p tried Yes; sir, thar'sot that
noLleolu lV;ul lliiemollycliolly on u rock laugh
ing Patience, as Mr. Siukspur s lys in his ;Pis
tle to the Rooslmns. That r war my Gram
mar's favorit Rooster, an I 'could but lament
in my very gizzard to see him a sottiu tip thar
without enny of his numerous wives to co:it
lort hio drooping spiirits: whar was they now
au Ekko anscred mhar !
Dorr.LASs at Home On the oth inst., at
Springfield, the capital of Illinois, there was
a Democratic-meeting in th State Houseof
of Anti-Douglass Democrats, which was ad
dressed by ex-Senator Broese.Judge Trumbull
and Col. . Taylor, by whom Senator Douglass
was denounced in no measured terms. Sena
tor Breese proclaimed him a traitor to his con
stituents, and to tiie Union, lie said he could
find no milder term in which properly to char
acterize his con Inct. It seems that so far
from finding the repeal of the Missouri Com
promise a sure p itii to the Presdlency, Mr.
Douglass will rind aditliculty In maintaining his
position as a Senator.
Gov. Pollock. The Pittsburg Chronicle,
an Independent paper,-Euding to the election
of Judge Pollock, aays: 'IIe is represented as
a high-minded, honorable gentleman. In
private life beyond reproach. . He was a just
and able judge of the Court of Common Pleas.
Repeatedly elected to Congress by the vote
of Whigs and Democrats combined, and there
is no charge of his ever having proved unfaith
ful to his trnst. An! r.Ow. to crorru all, Ji'e
goes Jnto the highest office in the gift of 'the
i'-CCpie of his State, ami it is to his great cred
it, that men of all parties have contributed to
his election. May his administration 'prore.a
Nenefit to the people." . . .' -..'.'. v "
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The Season. Autumn is fairly inaugura
ted, and the brown, autumnal feeling which
denotes its approach hot noon-times and the
demand for soda-water, have gone away to
gether. The sunshine streams slanting 1 iziiy
through the fleecy haze, which at early morn
ing wraps tle hills and 3-ellow-tinged forests
in its cold embrace. A dry leaf occisionry
flutters to the sidewalk, with a sad premoni
tion of the time when ali leaves shall have left.
Winter, with his snow-flakes and icicles, will
soon be along? already, indeed, is the Frost
King here, and in .a few days will bind inrfcy
fetters the deep river and the dancing rill.
XPCol-Reach Frazer, whose devotion to
his party formerly gave him the sobriquet of
the "War Hors'j of Democracy," made a
speech at Whig head quarters, in Lanclsfr,
in congratulation on the defeat of BIgler. We
congratulate Col. F. on his final separation
from a party which, he. aerved with fidelity,
until he found it too corrupt for.au : honest
man's adhesion. Berks Co. Prtt. : "
1 A Kaafu Sewrr.6r aed & Kaiu&a City. '
The "Kansas weekly Herald" ' 13 the titla pt
a newspaper all the way from the disputed ter
ritory. "It is a neatly printed heet, published
at Leavenworth, by Osbom & Adams. It is
the first paper established, in.that territory.
; -Thv -city of Leavenworth,' where the Her
ald ia'.published, is situated about 1 miles be
low Fort LeavenvTorth,is 'laid out' into streets,
sqnares, ice., 'and is growing with itrue-. West
ern rapidity and thrift. - It its destined to be
come a large and impbitant place of business.
It is not far from the new city of Kickapoo.'- '
, The following notices appear editorially 1'
' A large number of hands are. engaged in
cuttiug out the streets of this city !
. The population of this city is neaily as fol
lows : 99 men, 1 woman, and 0 babies. Total
100. Truly a flourishing and promising town.
Leavenworth. has been already talked of as
the future capital of Kansas. We trust it will
have something to fill a school house with be
fore the capital is built.
. Of the O'J male inhabitants of the city, 10
advertise themselves as "Attorneys and Coun
sellors at Law." . There is one physician, a
hotel, a steam saw mill, Beveral dry goods
stores, a book store, drug store, and other
Tue Other Vessel. We learn from good
authority, that probably the unfortrnate pro
peller in contact with the Arctic was not the
-Cleopatra," as was at first supposed,, but a
French .Steamer from St. Peters, with supplies
for the fisheries, on her way back to France.
It has already been stated that one of the per
sons from on board the stranger reached the
Arctic, but that , being a Frenchman lie held
no conversation with any porson there. This
statement turns out ; incorrect. The cook of
the Arctic, it so happens, is a frenchman, or a
man who speaks that tongue.;- He had a short
talk with the stranger, who told him tho name
of the propeller, but this the cooK, unfortu
nately, is unable to remember. The cook dis
tinctly remembers the man telling him that
the propeller was a French vessel, that had
been sent to supply the fisheries with provis
ions, and was now on her way back to France.
This is all the conversation that passed.
Again at Large. J. S. Orr, alias Angel
Gabriel was last week released from j ill, alter
a two week's confinement, on bail. - Mr. Dan
iel Smith, the jailor, it is said restored to him
hi bugle and ensign. Before leaving the
premises, Orr asked, as a favor, that he might
sound his horn, as if to announce that he once
more breathed the outside air of freedom.
The request was complied with, when he blew
loud and prolonged, and stirring notes, attrac
ting to the iron grated windowsthe various in
mates of the institution, both white and black
male and female, who complimented him by
three hearty cheers. The recipient of this
equivocal houor lowed in acknowledgement of
it; and picking up his "traps, "hastened in the
three o:clock train of cars.on his way to Bal
timore. Postage to Australia. Hereafter the sin
gle rate of letter postage between the United
States and New South Wales, Victoria, and
South Australia, either I y packet or by pri
vate ships, na England, will be 33 cents in
ste 1 1 of 45 cents, pre piyment re juired. A
French transit rate of ten cents the tfuurle
ounce must be added in the case of all letters
to or from sail colonies, which may be spe
cially addressed, "' M H-ietUea." The sime
reduction to SCcents the single rate will ex
tend to all letters directed to Van Pieman's
Land, which are sent by the Australian mail
packets, as well as to letters for New Zealand,
specially ad Tressed "via Melbourne," or "via
Sydney," and to latters for Western Austra
lia, ad Iresved to go by the "direct Austra
lian picket." The single r ite on letters, by
private ship, direct fr.ui Xcw Vork, is 6 cents,
A Terrible Tragedy. A letter from our
correspondent at Grueilt. Chenango county,
gives a) account of a thrilling tragedy recent
ly enacted in that vilHge. It appears that a
returned C iliforni m named Davis, had a tais-und.-rsLiuiling
with Lis wile, which led to a
sepir.ition. Dan's met his brother-in-law,
with whom his wife resided, and aftfr a brteT
conversation, they parted, when he drew a involve.-
and shot his relative in the back, kil
ling him instantly. He then proceeded in
search of his wife, whom he also shot and she
expired in a short time after the wretched
man turned the weapon upon his own breast
and slew himself. Xew York Herald.
Dzath of a Kentcckv Congressman. The
Louisville Journal of Saturday says : The Hon.
Presley Ewing, member of Congress froni the
T..ir.l District, died of cholera on Wednesday.
Oa Tuesday, he went from Bowling Greeu,
where the cholera has been prevailing some
time, to the M mmioth C ive, arrived there Un
der the influence of the disease, and died the
next morning. He was a wit, a scholar, a
politician, an orator, a man of genius,-and a
statesman. Though young, he had won a dis
tinguished position in Congress.
For Kaxsvs. The parties already sent out
by the New Vork Kansas Le igue, have amoun
te I altogether to about 600 or 700 persons, and
among them h ive been a number of families:
l.tOO or more are preparing to follow this
month, many of whom belong to the Anieric in
Settlement Company, whose leaders went
about three weeks since to choose a location,
occupy a large tract, and lay out a city. This
is a stock company, the shares of $5 each, en
titling the holder to a vote ; and a city lot.
The plans are matured for the immediate es
tablishment of all the institutions of our re
fined Eastern society in the new community.
All synitoms of opposition to the operations
of the friends of liberty, in Kansas, appear?, to
have ceased. . . ' s
. !X7"A Washington letter to the New Vork
Courier s tys that the President and ; Secretary
01 oiuie n vi interviews last week Wi" Capt
Hollinsand Mr.' Fabens, relative to'ti.e means
to be adopted for bringing the Greytown atrair
t-o a final. Soitie action on the part of this
Government is necessiry. The British have
taken San Juan into their custody, and it will
be rebuilt, if at all, under their protection,
As the Administration organ has proclaimed,
upon apparently ollicial authority, that ?the
destruction of tiie place was ordered as -a
m-easure m cessary to the suppression of Brit
ish influence in Central America, consistency
requires that it should le followed up by equal
ly decided proceedings. It is thought that
Com. Newton of the Home Squadron, will be
employed on this delecateaud responsible ser
vice. ' : ' - v ' - '
Thk Losnox Plagi e. A correspondent of
the Home Journal gives a fearful account of
the plague which . he states to he raging in
London. The plague which one hundred and.
fifty years ago, he siys, was brought to Lon
don in a ch jst of clothes from Alexandria, arid
which carried od' one half of the population,
h is re-appe irod. The bones of bodies which
were buried in pits whore is now Argyle utreei
have been turned up iu cutting a - Newer, and
thousmds have died from the contact. The
physicians state that it is the plague and not
the cholera which is at present ravaging Lon
don. .Business ' issnflVring- tt-rrihly. The
stores in"Regnt street and elsewhere are
closed, and tradesmen, and; indeed : people of
every class,-are flying in all jdirectiona.-
London is being depopulated. ' ' '
N6t j! WonijUr.CKGh.tvd SA-vtiV.iiJai Ms
statenVen? 1b i"e! art! to thy los of the lAte fuJ,
Capt' Luce'jiliiCes the7 eigrrieert" ttoe'crcir and
the Sremen. o: the ' Aretic in thfe in ost od ious
light.". They tjehav-e.d like cowards and wretch es
rather than men and the lac that thus far we
have not heard . of the rescue- of a- woman or
child, is perhaps. the bitterest and the moat
withering - commentary uhat could 1 be -OtTered
upon thuir atrocious conduct ! ' T
Boston, The city of Boston has entered in
to a new forwarding business!.' Four ''paupers'
were recently arraigued before 3 iusticc in that
cUy, on a joint charge of being 'foreign pau
pers, 'and recei ving aid from the city of Boston,
against the peace of the Commonwealth, and
contrary to law in such cases made and provi
ded." The charge of pauperism was sustain
ed, and the Court ordered the prisoners t be
returned to the Queen ol Great Britain. .They
will be forwarded in the ship Star of Empire,
which leaves iu a day or two for Liverpool.
Fatal An raiv Cuacnct F, Stcner .was
beaten to death by some, Irish laborers, in Poca
hontas, Somerset county, Pa., on Saturday
evening 'la:t.--. The outrage was unprovoked
on the part of Mr.- Stoner.
Lire-itoiy c Cleojfield Coualy.
Hon. James Bi rxside. - - Eellefonte.
',... ASSOCIATE JUDGES: ' .
llox. dlicnARD Shaw .-I -, - , . Clearfield.
Hon. John P. IIovt. - - Lumber City. -
PROTHOXATORY: Ae. ' :
William Porter. - ' Clearfield.
SHERIFF: .. .'
William Towei.l. - - - Clearfield. 1
DEPUTY SHERIFF,- - -'
II. F. Wako, ' ' Clearfield.
JAILOR: ' '
Henry Stonf. ' Clearfield.
Roupbt MEHArrr.v. - - . - - Bower.
Sa.mitl SrnoFF. - - - - . Glen Hope
Philip IIkviner. - - - - Pc-nnfielJ.'
- COMMISSIONER'S CLERK:
Gkokge B. Goodt.avder: - - Luthersburg.
TREASURER: v .
John .McPiicnsoy, Clearfield.
. ... PROSECUTING ATTORNEY:
L. Jackscs Cram. Esq. - - Clearfield. . .
Tuos. Ross, Eeq. ' - - - - . Curwc&sville.
COUNTY AUDITORS: : :
Oeo. W. ScnoFr. ----- Jeffries. ..
C. Kratzeh. Clearfield.
J. II. Ssyler. - - .. - - Luthersburg.:
Ariial and Departure the Halls at the
Clearfield Pos;-Cffi.e. -
Tyrone Mail: Leaves every dayj Sunday ex
cepted, at 7 o'clock. A. M.
Arrives at 6 P. M.
Kartiiavs: Leaves CloafSreld, Friday at 3 A.M.
Arrives, Saturday at C P. M.
Smith's Mh.L3. Leaves Clearfield. Fridav at 6
itRAHAMTON: Leaves Saturday at 9 A. M.
Arrives s me day at 4 P. M. .
Flour. per bbl. 9.00
Rye Flour. " " 5.C0
Corn Meal, " 4.00
Wheat. per bush. ' 1.78
Rye, scarce at 1.00
Cors, -. ' .S7
Oats, scarce ' .43
LUMDER TRADE ;
PfRTf.MOlTnCcT. lC; If:54.
Sthct.Com. an! Pannel ineh. ?2.00
Do. ' half inch, S0.00
Samplts. ' ?10.00
Miiugles, ' ' SlSa17
Ifeinl&ck R'Ard3. - Sll.flO
Hemlock Joist and Scantling. Sll.00
On the liUh inst.. by the Rev. Mr. Ke.isy. ilr.
Abraham Van Scoyoc, of Altoona, and Mi C. A.
Junes, of Tyrone, Blair Co.. Pa. k
STRAY Came to the subscriber living in
Rloomington. Clearfield Co.. Pa., s stray Hog.
in Juiy, 1354. ' The owneris requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges, and take him
away, or otherwise, he wiU be dealt with noord
insi o la1- M. M. REX.
Blooinington, October 2S, 1S54. ;
fTLECTIOX. An Election wiU be held at the
. House of John Dunlip. at 1 o'clock, p. m.. on
Wednesday the loth of November, to elect three
'ManHgers. and other officers of the Little Clearfield
Crtek Navigation Company.
- . itY ORDER OF THE BOARD.
October 2j. 1854.-3t, - .
au Auditor appointed to distribute moneys in
tiie Lands of Wm. Powell, Sheriff, arising from the
sale of real caiae (in the case of Patton, assignee
of Ellis' Adminia(ratcrs) will attend at his office,
being the same occupied by John L. Cutt'.e. Esq.,
on Monday the 0th of November, at 1 o'clock. P M,
of said day. JAMES II. LAKRIMER, Auditor.
Oitobcr 13, 1S53.-U. . . . - .
7-.WXEI. EIGHT SCHOOL TEACHERS.
VI Persons wishing to apply Tor .Schools in
ibe District composed of the township . pike
Clearfield co . will please t meet the Board of
Director in Curwtlville, at the house of Inaae
Rlovin LSfj., on Monday the .1th of November next,
at 10 o'clock, A. M,.at which time the euoty Su
perintendent will bo present to examine applicants
and give certificates, and make the necessary ar
rangements for conducting the Schools.
T5y order of the loard.
' '' . ,: JOHN N0RRI3, Sec. '
October 18, 1854. . i .
DMIMSTKATO R S N O T I CK.
ESTATE OF HIRAM E. CARLILE. DECT) -All
persons are herehy notified that Letters of Ad
ministration on the Estate of ltiruin E.' Carlilc,
late of Brady Township, dee'd.', have been grant
ed to the subscriber, in due form of law. All per
sons indebted, 'arc required to make immediate
payment;' and those having claiina will present
them, properly authenticated, fer settlement. '
JOHN f ARLILE, Administrator.''
October 4" .TSj4 .-at . '
ATTE TIIOX REG V LA R?'! You are order
ed to meet for. parade on Saturday, - October
2-ith. at T o'clock. Pv M Each member w ill pro
vide himself with 6 rounds of blank cartridge.
The Company will appear in winter uniform.
There will be a drill on Saturday Oottbr 21st, at
a o'clock, P. M.-- lir order of the Captain; : -
ilEO. W, HUEEMS, Jr., O. S.
Clearfield. Oct. 11. 1854. L
(CERTAIN CURE FOR AGUE. FAIR TO
J ALL! no cl'RE - pay. This preparation has
an established reputation, and id offered with con
fidence as a enre for fever and ague, or intermittent
fever. It may be taken by the most delijato with
perfect safely, being a pure vegetable syrup.
If txken according to directions without curing,
a second bottle will be supplied free of charge, or
the money returned. ' Nan smnin without the
signature.-i J. II: PALETIIORP, Jr.i
- No.-89 North Second Street, Philadelphia. '
October 11, lSi4.
1 ' ... JStli2 Cutit-StYeif . ' v ' t
r 'k'i l a t S l " hi i av- 1
Have nowepeatflaTg sprtmecs of the west
, fctyla acd colors of
' ' ' V-'-n icl liS e.tv' "lt ;,'n
3T-.T Cty!e r-f-&'i v
r.r.. i-: ij.A--pu Tiff S7
.Tlirif.,-! f .-MXi'tKtt.- .i ;? ..i.j.,i
Also s full a.'sortmcr.tcf Su-or id Meiiiim qualiiy
' ' AMERICAN i CAKPETI.XGS, -
- Jluny of w hieh being their owu manufactttre,
can bo recommended ixs
(Scol C-.irpe lugs far a Loiv Price.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS 'A CANTON"- MATTINGS,
of every wiJth and quality. ;.: .
BAI i.sfcii J -j. ,
IMPORTERS A MASLTACTCREnS " Or " CARPETiCS
. 2 2 C.Hesvjt itjes:, ?h.lalelpa:&.
Ocf. i, ISol.im. ..
T J A L V AB LEF A R 31 A T PRIVATE
SALE. The subscriber offer lor sale ou rra
eonablo aud easy terms. ' his farm in Law rence
towusbip. containing one him . arret, and allow
ance. 'ihe buildings are, a good log hous&. frame
barn, and other out-hons.s. '1 here is. also, on the
place a promising young orchard of choice fruit
trees, in tine bearing order. Also, a never failing
spring of water. About sixty Acres cleared Two
miles from Clearfit-ld. '
Ii. quire of F. P. Hltler, Clearfield, or the sub
scriber on the premisos. JOSEPH LANICH.
. October 1, l334.-"m.
"AR IN AMERICA not against foreign
cations, tut against nign prices and impo
sition. R. R. Vv fcLCH. has just returned troin the
city with a splendid new s'ock of Obld and silver
Watches, open and hunting-cased,, gold chains,
keys, seals; arid a variety of other articles usually
kept by Jewelers. ' - : i
His assortment lias been selected w ith great care
and caution, aud will be checfully submitted to
the inspection of all who mav give him a call.
Teehs Cash. . Oct. 4, 151.
flAREWARD. Losl : on the 4th int. a
f JU Pocket Lock cco.iair.ijig one hundred and
furiy-nine dollars, forty-si dollars in' gold,
the paper money was principally all Illinois.
Any person lind'tng'said .Pocket liwk and return
ing the same to thU-office, will receive tbo above
reward. - Ur. F. HANCOCK.
AT T E N T I O N L U 31 B E R 31 E N .-TIl E
MAINE COMP. LANDS ARE NOW " FOR
ALiE. The subscriber offers for sale the following
Tracts of Land, situated on, and near the Clearfield
Creek, in Clearii'-Id county, Pa., to wit: A tract,
warranted to "Luke Morris;'"' containing 472 aereg
and 4 j s. A tract, waranted t- Joscpa Ueliand,
containing 433 acres. 103 ps.. A tract, warranted
to Robert Grey, containing 433 a.-.i;. 1;.3 ps. A
tract, warranted to John Bringbrrs. containing
42J acres. 153 ps. A tract, warranted to "Sarah
Ward,'' containing 433 acres, 1?3 ps. A tract,
warranted to "Geo.' Eddy." containing 4HS acres.
153 ps.- A iraci, warranted to Moor Wharton. con
taining 133 acres, 153 ps. A part of a tract, war
ranted to Geo. Ashton. containing 21G ftoros.
Theso Lands are too well kuotrn to the lumber
men of Clearfield County, to. render a description
of them necessary it may be safely said, that it is
decidedly tho bst body of pine lands fl C!ea
For terms, ic.; apply to '
Ebcnsburg, Cambria Co;.
September 25, ISj-1.
r3I3IBER LAND FAR SALE. The sub
A scriucrs having purchased all the lauds be
longing to linrdman Philips, situated in Clearfield,
Cambria and Centre counties, comprising some of
the best timber lands in those counties, offer them
forsale in lots to suit purchascrs.'ot rea.soi.ablc pri
ces and terms of payment. All other information
respecting them, will be furnished by Wm. lag
shaw or David llough, at Philipshurg.'or .Josiah W.
Smith, Clearfield. - OEO. D. MOKuAN & CO. '
September 17, lS4.-3t.
i fe I N.st r.vvUeI sa vEri JijiTli VES,
AND YOLil MNLV, by having your life
insured in the Susquehanna Mutual insurance
Company of Harrisburg. Pa.
Ci(Wir.-:nf,D March 23d. 1334. . .
Any person can have their own life insured or
that of a friend, from one to ninety years.. Per
sons of i years of age. pay 31 v2 per SUM, year
ly. At 3" years. S3. till for 1000.00. yearly for life.
The whole premium for IiiV iu ordinance is SH9.
at the ago of I'-years. premium ditto, on S100. is
Dr. R. V. YVuso.v.of Clearfitld. Medical Ex
aminer. ';.' '
Any information may bo obtained from.
Dr. A. T. SCilUYVLit. Agesl.
Septum br 6. 1
11 ZllisS. A .itU5 T W N .-:! I '.
CLEAutTLLD C0L'N1Y. 'J he ''subscriber
keeps constantly on hand, at bis milla. lumber of
all description, sorts, aad sizes. Piastei in 5 taih and
bills s.:v.cl 011 the shortest 1.0 1-'. These mills
can run at any timO duiing the season, ' hat ;ng a
ncvcrl'.ii.ing suppiy 01 water-
All kinds uf produje taken in exchange for lum
ber, aud ihe miA never refused.
September 27. lSr4.-'y Kykrtown. P. 0.
5rAXTEl). .-mx 'feathers, coin patent to ira
v V 1 part an English education to their pupi:s.
will find a situation for f ur months, bv applving
to JOHN THOMPSON, President, or D.' J. CA"TH
C ART, Sec, of the Jordin District School Direc
tors. A liberal salary will be given.
Ey order of the Board.
D. 4 CATHCART, Sec y.
Se-tAmbr V). l Vt. H ...
STUA VS. Came to tiie residence cf tL'c sub
scriber in Lawrence town-i;ip, about the 4th or
5th of August last, two Leift-rs about one year old.
I he owner is requested to come up d prove his pro
perty and take ihem away.-otherwise they will be
disposed of as the law directs.
... JAMES FORREST.
September 20, 1S51. 3t
AUT-O-V. All persons are hereby cautioned
dainsr purchasing, or in any wav meddling
with a two horse wagon an t a pair of bob sleds
now in the possession of -P. ilr ISonz. as the said
property bilongs to me and is in his possession a
loan only. JOHN BRUBAKEii, .
Septembnr 20, l&j4..
7VLW ARHIVAL. M. A. FRANK, has just
ll returned from the East wtih a large .i3.-Lrt-m'nt
of Cloths, Casimers, Neck Ties. 1 rimming.''.
Ready made ClotLing,- i'e..'- w bich he will svll
cheap for cash, at his store, two doors east of. the
. Fashionable tailoring still done to order, with
neatness and dispatch.
He invites the public to give him a call and ex
amine his stock, .; Sept 13..1tfd4, .
EDI CATION. Tin Methodist Episcopal
Church at Oleu Hope, will bo dedicated to the
worship of tiod. on the Jin of Octukkr next.
The Rev. J. PoisAl, and other prominent min
isters will be pres'-'nt.
September 2.1, 16i4.
DISSOLUTION. The partnership heretofore
existing between 11. D. Patton and J.ST Show
ers, was this day dissolved, by mutual consent
said Showers having disposed of hij interest to E.
A. Hippie. H. D. PATTON",
. : J. S. SHOWERS, i
Curweosville, Sept. 1st, 1S54. ;
The business will .here's fter. bo conducted by
Patton !t Hippie, who will "pay all debts contract
ed by the former firm. This arrangement will- re
quire no new settlements. .. The firm will eontinue
oi with the old books. II. D. PATTON,
' ' ' E. A. HIPPLE,
, .September 1st, 1S54.-3L ; - .., ..;;
FISST ARRIVAL. FALL AND WINTER
iiOODS, AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE.
Just received, a large and splendid assortment of
ccons of almost every description, suitable for the
season, and selling off at very low prices. Ladies,
Gentlemen, and every person wishing to buy goods
at tie vry lo test prices, aro. respectfully inv ited to
call and examine for themselves,
i- Produce of all -kinds 'received in exchange for
cooU. - - " "- -.-WM. F. IRWIN.
. Clearfield, Sept. 27, 1S54.
rOUNG A31EK1CA' MnnAn i .-
a ...r..i .ni ft vn aanasltf Books far
yoang peopbjT; embracing event ooapcoted ith
the cirlv LisJwy of the cotintry cd hvo of dit-
aa ectij?a5 innU: W.Tfo
lustration of important ovceU, atd fc4ttatuy
illuuiiuatei title raTs. Coctaicics tha lf
DANTLL.W EIltaifaJ JiTCAiaLriJRi
man ; with cumerot3-ajicai.otce illusiruve of b
cLaracter. .ai'd.ttf laitewicg inuatratiots : ,T
Y6"wns Datiol-Tn tae Saw Mil: " s4
Vi -l.si.-r sfMri"' ar VTT9irZ ' - - -
Webster -deciuiing Ihe Clerkship
Wcbsie'r czpoaiiditg tho Outiyu
Ihe Lui.ker iiill celebration.
'. 1 .
' Webster a: Farcuit Hall. - - -
M-trhaeld the rcsidetce of Webster.
Webster on hi laim. . -', " , ,
Ihe rife of liti.ry Clay, the Mill Foyef the
Slashes tine iilua.ratioi;s. "
Tho life of itrjamin Frai.klin, Dtte illuiir
tior.3." - ' .-. . ' .- '
'1 he life of General Washington, nice illustre-
The life of Marion, nine illublratiCus.
Tho life of .Lafayette, nine illustrations. .
The life of Win." Pcnn. nine" illcstrations.
Iho lifo- of ticneral -Tay'or.--nir.e iliuoti atione.
The life of Andrew ktoii. nine- iilusiraijoce.
Iho life of NaiAilcoii Loijaparte, l.icc illusua
tions. The lit-11 of Indep-Midciice : or Philadelphia ia
177l,. nine illustrations.
TLe Yankee Tea party and other siorits of ae
Revtdution. nine ill jstrations.
Containing in '. fcU over, one hundred illtietra-
tioiiS. i . ; .
Each volume is will written. po-es.-ing a hn;a
moral tone, aud can safely be placed in the hauJ
of young people; they . contain numerous fcnt-c'-dotca
illustrative of the early history of onr coun
try, and are well adapted for f.-imily or school . li
biaries. -. . . -. - - : - - j
Price per gut. hanisomely Lound in clc-ih, gilt
backs and ju-iitlv put up in Ik).cs. .70.
Price per vidume., l-.cutly bound, clotli gi!t.'G ct.
Colporteurs. A genu or Sd:oo! Libraries will be
supplied at a liberal discount. '''.' -
Copies will be sent by mail, postage frre. :.upoo
the receipt of the price -of th '-t. or stnv volume.
, . LINDSAY A RLAKTSTON. Publishers. '
Aug.' -2?." - ' "- 25 South C.th ft.. Philadelphia.
MOl'NT VCRTOX IlDl'SE. No. ?.r NVrth
Second St..:Phi!udc!r.hi.-' 'I h e - h nd ersi gned
lia-iiBg-h-ased the above: well Krovn llous". which
hlti bccU .RtNVAte A.ND Kl.-MVl.l-Lk 11- TiiWlOH-
out- Jiaic just opened it for the reception of visitors.
The furniture is all new. ami bar bet n selected
with care from-ILvnkics well ktjc-n-c?tabli.-5iment
in Cheshnt Street, and i? t f the latest' a.vd most
fashionable style. -i ' "" ' ' ' '' -
ILe location for Merchants aad others coming
to the city. L convenient, btiuj; in the coctrc ef
business. .. ,
Thiir friends in ClearEvlJ
cited to give thtm a cell.
arc rc.-prcifullv soli
P. BLAIR.' 7
I. L. BARKETT, -.
Aug, 30,4 Sii,
'O E 3H O V A L . MILLINERY" ESTA15LISH
XV MEN1 I .(AVE MiLt.rn, respectfully informs
htxFt.ke4l ,a.ud,th.e .Public in. j'i.erLthat she
has muc vr I from ber old ataijfi, CavTiig located
herself, at &ktk .SjsA . FtPftC, tj);rr side,
Philiuirlj-hia. where Ehc will' he happy-at all times,
to supply ht-r customers and friends, wiih all kinds
of .Millinery, Ar. 4c. and hopes by strict asten
ticn to busiuc?vto merit a continuance of a liber
al share of custom. Ikr friends aDd tho public ia
invited to call, Lt-fore purchasing elsewhere.' Vcrv
Respectfully, JANE MILLER.
N. R. All orders punctually attended to.
Aug. 30, lS."l.-it. - -
i . t
rMVRONE CITY HOTEL. HL'tillES A
A IRYIN, would resprctfully inform the public
that they have very greatly improved their House,
and are now able to afford the travdlinr- puolic.
the most comfortable accommodations. Th ir tar
is furnished with the very best liquors, and tho
luxuries of -the Philadi h.hia market are to be
found c-u their table. They respoctfillly invite
their numerous friendo ii) Clearfield to give the 111
a call. ; August 9,1331.
"jVTEW BOOT AND SliOg STORE. The
1 subscriber would respectfully inform the pub
lic, that he has just opened an entire new (stock of
boots and shoes, in tirsliiK'j how, otk uoor east
of the Journal Cilice, Clearfield, Pa.
Every variety of Ladie3 and Gentlemen's gaitera,
laced bouta, pumps, congre sa boors, childrens shoes
Ac, Ac. cheap for cash... lie Lopes ro receive a
liborfil share of patrjragc. 'T.oots fcr.d shoes made
to order. . . - C. S. RLAC-K.
Aug. !5. 1S54.
SETTLE -TP ! All persons knowing them
selves indebted to the subscriber, by Loud, r.cte,
book aj.'ouiit. or in any oilier manr.t-r whatever,
are hereby iiotlfitd' to come forward and settle
btfore the September Court, as he is determined to
hive Lis bu.Htncis eciircly settled ep ly tha.t time.
.Those unable to pay. are n-quea'cd to sctMe and
liaie aad oppor:ui.i:y will be extended to Uiem.
. : . JAMEiJ E. GRAHAM,,
Orihamion. Aug. "23d. I3f4.
7:f ANTED IJIJIU. IATLLV.t iix , jour-
wr i;e'yn:ah Sliocm: kers. 'Cci a:tnt tEiploymcat
rd liberal wncs will be iren. Apply re xt door
to .be Joiimul o2ico,-at tt scoo store ox -.
c. a. jslack:
Fcrjtrr.ib?r 6. 15.
LlTlVlANi'E'X JJAOUEHREOTYPL. GAL
LERY, Mron Pt.. 2dctr3 north of Powell
A Co's Store. Clearfield, Pa '
August 23, ISO . ; .
DLvOlrTjON Ol l'AKT:iiEKSItll.-
the partnership iit-retoi'ure existim; between
i. X. K'JUiUNS. ili)MAS McCuACivLN, and
ELI MENDEMiAl.L, ii.dcr ite fi:in of H. W.
IIORLINS, A Co , at Lumber ci'y, Clearfield cv.,
Pa., has been dis.o!vfc.i by n. u: ual coi.sliu. ..Iho
books and aiconnts of the film arc left in' the
hands " D. Y. : Roobii.s for settlement, hcre
those indebted will please call immediately,
D. W. RORUINS.
; - THOS. McCUACKEK,
. , ELI MEN DEN II ALL
Lumber Citv, 15, lfoi. ?.t. .
HEMPHILL'S HOTEL. The sunsiriber would
iuforin bis friends nud the public- generally,
'thai ho still remains at tho old stand, where he is
:aJ all times ready and " willing to '-entertain- straa
gcrs and travellers.'" : Hi bar stocked.. with thje
.oest liquors, and his iahle-will alwjiya be supplied
with the luxnflei'of the tuartctl" "' ' "
Thankful for pa-.i favors, he . solioits a farther
share of publio patronage. ' ?; -
- WM. J. HEMPHILL.,
Clearfield, Jane IS, 1?54-Iy. ' '
fc LIDLEMAN'A 1 1 A Y A R I W h oin s :U e .Gro
J ;crs. Tea Dealers, and Commission Merchants,
No. 273. Market Street, Philadelphia.
, v . . .. .. . VJD. EEIDELMAN. ....
' A. HAYWAKD,' "
'June 15,T854-ly.-'-::v 1 - ;- " :'- ' " --:
CAUTION. AH persons are cauticuicd liot to
buy, trade for or meddle in any way-with a
Yoke .of -.Oxen.- now.', i'the- insssession" of John
Biigs. as the same is niiue. and only loaned to iid
Prigs.' and are at mv disposal at any time from
this date, August I7tb. 1851. i T. JJ. DAYIi; -,1'urguoon.
township, Oct. H,.ifcC4. . . .: ,: .
CALEB COPE A CO, NoT S3. Market 8K. PhiU
dclpkia. Dealers ia Linens., W hite Goods, Ho
siery. French. English and German Siik Goods. Lu
ce?, Gloves. Bolting Cloths. Ac' Junc 15,-,54-ly."
flO SHOEMAKERS. A fii.c lot of Spanish Kipg
JL Men and Women's Morocco pink trimmings,
and Sole Leather, for sale cheapVby.? ,-,
June 13. '54,
MOSSOP A POTTARFr.j
Is: A AC M.
ASHTON. Hat Ske, No. IT2
PhUaderrbia. Hats. Cars.;Kurs.
Ac'..1 of every variety, and the best quality alwavs
onhand.; ' ' ' ' JunelS, li"4-ly"
1VOTICE. All persons arc hereby notified that
J-i 1 will pay no billp contracted by my wifeJMa
ria, or my daughter Susan, and that thorn wbomay
truet them w ill do so at their own risk. ,
'"'' JOHN W. RIDER
Frnehville,-Ang'30, 1SH.-. 1 ' '
A ' T. LANE i' CO; Wholesale Clothing Store,
dY No. 171, Market' ftreet.- Every Variety f
ready made Clothing, in the most faihionable styles
constantly on hand. ' June 15, '541 y.