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E7""Vho lias lust a cow? See advertisement
t.f aa estray hy Mrs. Eliza Ikvis.
DSIt is feared that the result of the Elec
tion in New York lias proved unfavorable, but
the result of an examination of J as. B. Ge a
ham's solendid assortment of fall & winter
goods at his store in Grahampton, will prove
highly satisfactory. Call and try it.
K7"Since the result of the election has secu
red the satetvortnc country, our citizens can
find time to devote their attention more exclu
sively to business. To those desiring to pur
chase goods, :virs. uliza irvin ec isoxs, oner
desirable inducements at their new store in
U.lt win te seen that Uraham ana n at-
sox have disolved partnership. The business
will hereafter be carried on by James 15. Gra
K7"WTe presume most of our citizens reccol
lect an estimable young man named J. B.
Boone, formerly of this county, lie may now
be found at the large and splendid Boot and
Shoe House oCBokek, Brothers a Joxes,N"o.
158 & 100 Market St., Philadelphia, where he
will be happy to meet his large circle of Clear
field acquaintances and to accommodate them
with a cheap and elegant stock of city and eas
tern made boots and shoes. Give him a call,
he's a clever fellow, and is with a good firm.
E7" We were much pleased, on our recent
visit to Philadelphia, by the appearance of J.
II. Palethohp, Jr's Chemical and Drug estab-
ment at Xo. 89 South Second St. Those of
our Merchants, Druggists and Physicians who
desire t lay in a gcod and cheap stock, can
not do letter than call on Mr. Palethorp.
CPOppoMto th. Util Lion Hotel in Philadel
phia, at '2i Market St.. there is a large and
elegant Oueensware establishment, not suras-
sed by any similar House in the Citv. Our
merchants can always obtain a splendid stock,
at the lowest prices, from Jons Y. RrsiiTOx &
Co., Iniorter and dealers in Earthenware,
China. Gl.n.. Se advertisement.
Cv""Tliere will ! a Public Sale, on Saturday
the lSfh in:-t., at the former resilience of F. P
HrnsTii Ai.. in this lioroiigh. Sec Xotice.
EL Persons having unsettled accounts with
V. 1. llrnxTii l, are requested to call and
settle them. See Xotice in another column.
Li. I.et it 1m- published in Clearfield, let it
lw known in Curwctisville, let it be proclaimed
throughout the county, let it lie wafted by the
gentle breeze along tlie West Branch of the
Su in-lianua. that Patto.n & IIipple, luive
just received the largest and best selected
stock of gods ever brought to Curwensville.
See advertisement in another column.
rC7tty reference to our advertising columns
it will le seen that James Acexaxper, of Ty
rone City, is prepared to supply ersons wish
ing Oysters by the Can. at the most reasonable
IT? "A . Ac J. I atchm have taken the store
formerly owned lv John Tatchin & sons.
They have just received a large stock of new
goods. See advertisement in another column.
CC7"J. P. Nelson & Co. take pleasure in in
forming their old customers that they have
just received a large stock of Dry Goods Gro
ceries &c. &c.
C?"Our merchants aud others visiting the
citj- will do well to call at Bailt a Brother's,
252 chesnut Strand examine their splendid
assortment of carpeting, floor oil cloths, mat
tings &c &c.
C7"Although a good deal of business was
done during Court week, the new, splendid and
cheap assortment of, goods just received by
Wm. F. Ikwix, was by no means exhausted.
He offers for sale, emphatically, the lest and
cheapest grinds in the county. Call and see.
CAn extensive purchase was lately effec
ted by Geo. D. MoaAX it co, of all the lands
w Centre and Clearfield counties belonging to
Hiiis Philips. They are now offered for
sale on easy terms, in lots, or otherwise to
suit purchasers. See advertisement
K7""It will le seen that our
Jos. SnowKRs has disposed of his interest in
the firm of Pattox & Showers, to E. A. llir
I'LE. The business will be hereafter conducted
under the stvle and firm of Pattox & Hippie.
HP" A 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 Moshannon. Those who desire bills
awed, will rind. the Capt. a prompt business
man, and true to his promises.
D"lt is said tliat money is exceedingly
tight, but nevertheless 3t. A. Frank, has just
purchased a large, new, and splendid assort
ment of Gentlemen's dress goods and ready
made clothing. As Frank is a pretty clever
fellow, he deserves to be patronized. Store
two doors East of Journal office.
Bp"" The shoemaking business is prospering,
and C. S. Black advertises for six journey
men. Who wants a good berth 1
27" It will be seen in another column, that
Blair & Barrett have opened the MOUNT
VERNON for the reception of visiters. We
wijh them abundant success, and have no doubt
our Clearfield friends visiting the City, will
call where they will always meet a warm and
C7 ''Secure the shadow, 'ere the substance
fadeg," and call at Purviasce's Daguerrean
Gallery on 2nd st., two doors north of Powell
& CVs. Store.
liROWNSON OX "IsIiJilER LAW."
OveMes A. Brownson, the 'thumlcrcr' of the
Catholic Press, recently delivered an address
in Milwuakie, Wisconsin, on a ('Higher Law."
He said that while he believed in a ''Higher
Law," he did not believe in the right of pri
vate judgment, but that "The Church" must
decide whether or not a given enactment was
contrary to the rule of God. The Milwaukie
Free Democrat says :
"After claiming that the religious elemen
is necessary to the preservation of Individu
ality; that without it Authority would become
despotic, he turns round and demands that In
dividuality and Authority shall both bow the
knee and le subject to the Moral Power; that the
Church, which is an association of a part of the
same individuals who compose the State, shall
be acknowledged superior to loth."
Commenting on this, the Pittsburg Dispatch
says: e can t bring ourselves to imagine that
Jirowson believes what he savs. But being
nominally, a Catholic, he is just disingenuous
and hypocritical enough to subordinate his
true opinions opinions taught by sense am
humanity to every true man to a contempti
ble bug-bear called the infallibility of the
Church. Now. look in what a position he pla
ces mmscii. reeling, in nis inmost neart, as
every honest, thinking man feels, that the Fa
gitive Slave Law is a wrong enactment, and
consequently not commanding his obedience
he abnegates his right to judge of it himself
and virtually says, "notwithstanding my utter
hatred of this statue, notwithstanding I believe
it to be contrary to the truth and the right, yet
it .Mother Church authontively sanctions it as
a proper, wise and just measure, lam bound to
believe it to be such and obev its every provi
siou to the letter." Urownson says all this
because he wishes to be esteemed a good Cath
olic; but wc doubt whether, if the church did
endorse the Fugitive Law, his piety and devo
tion would outweigh his innate sense of right,
and so lar sear his better nature as to make
first rate slave-catcher out of him.
But there are thousands of Catholics who
would do this, and even worse, if so bidden by
the priests. Take away the right of private
judgment and you make a tyranny. Constitute
inc l atiioiic ciiurcntne chooser ot nien-s opin
ions, and you make a blood v oligarchy that
would destroy all that is good in society.
The recent case of Bible burning by Roman
Cathlohes, at Ciimniinsville. Ohio, which has
been generally reported in the papers, is thus
commented upon bv a Cincinnati paiicr:
1 here is at our olhce a Bible which reminds
us of" the dark ages, not because of antiquity,
not because it has been copied laboriously with
the len, as all looks were a few centuries ago.
.Not because it is bound in boards and has an
iron chain to it, like that which Luther found
at Erfurth. No. it is one of the latest issues of
the American Bible Society. But it is muti
lated and partly burned by Romish bigots,who
hate the truth as did the persecutors of the
past; yea, they hate and fear God's Word in
the living language of the people. The Bible
agents had scattered this precious ord all
over our country. The priests of ignorance
and despotism were alarmed. They knew that
if the Bible went shining through the land, their
system would vanish like a vapor. Hence they
instigated some of their most bigoted bond
men to burn the look. At Cumminsville only
three miles from our citv, the deed was done."
A package of these Bibles, charred bv the
flames, was recently returned to the American
Bible Society, a suggestive testimony of the
hatred of Koine to the reading of the Word of
God by the jeople. And yet American citizens
who raise thcirvoices in condemnation of these
Romish outrages, and band together to protect
their Bibles, and their religion, and their liber
ties, against the insidtious assaults of the oath
bound subjects of the Pope of Rome, are de
nounced by native political demagogues as
"fanitics," and knaves and traitors," and
'-midnight assassins." It is time for Ameri
can jeople to wake up, for the minions of the
Poje, who publicly bum our Bibles, would, if
they had the power, as publicly burn every
Protestant in the land, or, in the language of
their own journals, '-bang Protestants higher
than any steeple." Pittsburg Dispatch .
Arrest ox a Charge of Arson . htoimrfing
DTth'pmeut. The Albany Trauscript, notic
ing the arrest of a man named Davis, in New
York city, on a charge of arson, says: "From
developments made to us, it is pretty certain
that he is the leader of a regularly organized
band, who go about the country obtaining in
surances on property claimed as theirs, which
they destroy, and then obtain the insurance.
Three cases of arson in this city, three in Reu
se lacr county, and quite a number of others in
New York city and elsewhere, have been trac
ed to this party. Their plan of operations, exhi
bits, great cunning and knavery. Davis has, it
is asserted, caused buildings to be erected and
nearly completed, when, after obtaining insu
rance for furniture, which he said was in the
building, but which was not, obtained heavy
insurance on it, and then destroyed the build
ing and afterwards obtained the full amount he
was insured for. Two others,named Dobson and
Thompson, are implicated with him in his ne
farious operations. Dobson was arrested in N.
York, one day last week, or a charge of arson
in that city.- Many others serious charges are
laid at the door of this band, but we are not
at liberty to divulge them at present."
The Catholic Coi xcil at Rome. The Ami
de la Religeon, (Paris,) of Oct. P.), says:
The Catholic world is at present occupied
with an event which is about to be accomplish
ed at Rome. Bishops are proceeding from all
parts of the earth towards the Eternal City.
From France, II. E, the Cardinal Geusset has
already left for Rome, and has taken the way
of Switzerland. The Bishop of Mans has ar
rived in Paris, on his way to the Holy City,
and is to leave in the course of the week. The
Cardinal Archbishop of Mechlin has arrived
in Paris. Several Irish Catholic prelates, and
among them the Archbishops of Armagh and
Dublin, are also at present in Paris, and on
their way for Rome. Ireland is the only Cath
olic country in the world from which more
than two prelates have been invited by name .
But wc learn from Rome that a great number
of bishops are expected, and that the presence
of other prelates than those officially invited
will be seen with pleasure. All the bishops
will take part, according to their rank, in the
projected grand general assembly. The as
sembly will be preceded by private meetings,
composed, Ave are told, solely of the prelates
Gov. Pollock for President. The Union
County Star runs up the flag of James Pollock
for President, and Hon. John Bell, of Tennes
see, for Vice President, in 18-!6. The Star is
of the opinion that 'the character and posi
tion of this distinguished man point him out,
as, above all others, the man for the next Pres
idency. He has been raised to the position he
now holds by the voice of the people, regard
less of party ties and trammels, and is there
fore their choice for any post; and the claims
of Pennsylvania to have the honors of the chief
magistracy of this nation placed upon one of
her sons, are good and of long standing, and
nay not be lightly regarded."
IIotirikle Affair ix Philadelphia. A wo
rn in is under arrest in Philadelphia, charged
with nlauticide, having killed several of her
children at the time of their birth. It seems
that the mother of the slaughtered children,
whose name is Pamela Snyder, has lived for a
number of years in the neighborhood of Rising
oun mage, in the iwerty-third W ard. She
was in the habit of performing domestic la
bors for families in the vicinity, and tor a num
ber of years has been known by the neighlors
to lead aver' disolute life. She was known
to have given birth to several children, but
tney generally disappeared mysteriously, and
rumors were rile that they had been "foully
dealt with. She has confessed to the Mayor
to having, in succession, killed five of her
children as soon as born, two by one father
and three by another. The last child was
born five days since, and was made away with
like the others by being thrown into the sink.
information of this horrible disclo-
sure was given to the Mayor bv an anonv-
mous letter. The affair happened at
town, in the upjer part of the city.
Sale of the Public orks. The Demo
cratic Union, in noticing our anxiety to have
eariy and efficient legislation for the sale ol the
Public Works, expresses itselt willing to aid
in the good work of accomplishing that object.
It says: "We believe the Public Works should
be sold. Judge Pollock, in one of his elec-
tioneerine speeches, went so lar as to say if
they could not be sold they should be given
away. This wasgoing the length of the tether,
and now that he is Governor, and his partv
claim a majority in the Legislature, we shall
see what they will do. But, whether the works
be sold or retained, we trust that the very
first act of the Legislature will be the aboli
non ot tne canai uoara. v nuer their man
agement there will always be extravagance and
corruption, and we look forward with hope (we
would like to say confidence) to the action of
the next Legislature. Let the Canal Board be
abolished, and the Public Works sold at
Riot ix Williamsburg. A feorful election
riot occurred at Williamsburg on the 7th inst.
The particulars, as near as they could be ascer
tained at the time ot our going to press, were
r" it - o
asiouows: n irisnman was challenged by a
Deputy Sheriff, a fight ensued when some eight
or ten deputies who were on the opposite side
of the street, rushed into the room and com
menced using their clubs freely. The Irish
men, numbering some hundred, tore down fen
ces, and secured clubs, stones, &c., and a gen
eral light ensued, which lasted half an hour.-
The news of the riot spread like wildfire. The
fire alarm bells were rung, and hundreds of the
citizens gathered m the streets : but few were
inclined to go to the scene, when it was repor
ted that many jersons were lying dead in the
streets, and bullets were flying in every direc
tion. Some ten persons were badly injured,
several ol whom were not expected to live.
Flour. per bid.
Rye Flour. " "
Corn Meal. ' '
Wheat, per bnnh.
Rye. scarce at
Oafs, scarce "
9.00 to 9.25
U MBER TRADE-.
Portsmouth Xov. 13. 1854.
Select Com. and Pannel inch. j25,00
o. half inch, $30!(
Hemlock Board. SI 1,01)
Hemlock Joist and Scnntling. 11,00
Xear Xew Washington, on the 5th inst.. .Tonx
Curtix, youngest son of C. C. and Elizabeth Mitch
ell, aged I) months and 14 days.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existintr between
M. (irabam and J. E. Watson, was this dav dis
solved by mutual consent, having disposed of their
merest to j as. u. uranani. V. M. ukaiiam.
J. E. WASOX
trahamton, October 27. 1854.
The business will hereafter be continued by Jas.
Graham, as formerly, who will collect all ac
counts due. and pay all debts contracted bv the
former lira. JAS. B. GRAHAM.
Grahampton, November 15, 1854.
JUST OPENED. The subscriber has just re
ceived at his store at Grahamton. a large, new,
anuspienam assortment ot ftuia?ut Wmttrlioods,
adapted to the wants of the whole community, and
offered for sale atcxtrcmely low prices. Dry Goods,
Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. Bon
nets and Shawls, Groceries and Confectionaries. to
gether with every other article usually kept in a
country Htorc. may be had at reasonable rates.
Lash. Lumbar, or produce received in payment.
JAMES B. GRAHAM.
Grahampton, Xovember 15, 1851.
TRAY COW. Came to the residence of the
subscriber, in Pike tp.. about the 9th inst..
large red and white cow. The owner is reauest-
:p to come forward, prove his property, pay all
harges. and tuke her away, otherwise she will be
sposed ot according to law. JCLIZA IRVIX.
Pike township, Xov. 15, 1854.-3t.
SHERIFF'S SALES. By virtue of sundry
writs of venditioni exponas, issued out of the
Court of Common Plens of Clearfield countv. and
to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, at
me voun iiouse, in tne unrougn ot Ulearlicla, on
Monday, the 18th day of December. 1854, at 10 o'
clock A. M., the following described real estate :
All the right, title, interest and claim of Abraham
Lonnsbury of in and to a certain tract of land situ
ate in Bradford township, Clearfield county, bound
ed by lands of Michael Fink, Geo. Hoover and oth
ers, containing one hundred acres more or less,
.having a two story log house erected thereon, and
about nine acres cleared, being the same tract of
land defendant bonght of Levi Hnbler. Seized,
taken in execution, and to be sold as the property
of Abraham Lounsbury.
Also All the right, title, interest and claim of
William G. Butl?r, of in and to a certain tract of
land sitnate in Morris township, Clearfield county,
bounded on the east by Moshannon Creek, on the
south by lands of M'Minn and said creek, on the
west and north by lands of Blanchard, and lands of
Swartx, containing about 200 acres, more or less,
being part of two large surveys in the name of
Christian Musser and Win. G. Butler unimproved
or timber land. Seized, taken in execution, and
to be sold as the property of William G. Butler.
Also All the right, title, interest and claim of
Daniel M. Dugan, of in and to a certain tract of
land situate in Boggs township, Clearfield'connty.
containing 10 acres, adjoining lands of James For
rest on the west, Wm. James on the south, Jno. Mil
ler on the east, and the Erie Pike on the north, with
a small frame dwelling house, a frame carpenter
shop, and a small plank stable thereon erected,
with about 2 acres cleared. Seized, taken in exe
cution, and to be sold as the property of Daniel M.
Dupran. WILLIAM POWELL. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Clearfield, Xov. 15, 1851.-ts.
Ali;XTIOX REGULARS ! Yn
dered to meet for
nan. on Saturday evening Xv. 25th at C o'clock
in citizens dress. Bv order of the Captain.
" GEORGE W. KHEEM. 0. S.
November, 15, ISO 1.
TVF;W AND CHEAP STORE. The subsci
J. 1 bers would announce to the citizens of Ne
Washington, and the upper end of Clearfield Coun
ty, IU.ll lliey Hav01u.it opened a. n-w nnd sr.lendi.i
assortment of FALL AX U WIXTKK GOODS, in the
More room formerly occupied by 1 nvis A M'Bridk.
LVERV VARIUTV OF GOODS imunlle f.Min.I in
a country store, will be sold cheap for cash, lum
ber and country produce.
lucy respectfully invite all thow defirins to
purcnasc good, to 2ive them a rail T), w ill
use every effort to give satisfaction.
x- - t. ELIZA IHVIX SOXS.
cw nhington, Xovember Id, 1S.j4. lt.
REMOVAL. BOKEK, BROTHERS A JOXES
. Xr I r t. ti'.i) f . .- '
ri." d M 7ZS2UgZ
I hoots ,..i sirm.-s: .!... ...
I French and English Shoe Lastin.'s. Patent l."rh-
er, lvni ana uait t-kms. i-hoe Laces, Gallons. Bind
ing, Ac. Ac. suitable for manufacturers.
Also, r oreijrn and Domestic Straw and Silk TUn.
nets, Leghorn, Panama and Palm Leaf Hats. Eng
lish, French and Amctiuan Artificial Flowers, Oil
Silk, Straw Trimmings, A., Ac., ie.
Having removed to our new Store. Xo. 15s A- ir.ft
Market Street, below 5th. South Side, un stairs, we
invite your attention to our larse and varied Stock
of Straw Goods, Boot and Shoes, which wc are
preparing for the approaching Fall Sales.
All our Goods being exclusively of our own di
rect Importation aud Manufacture, we feci confi
dent that our facilities are such that we can offer
you inducements as regards variety and prices of
Goods, unsurpassed by any house in the country.
BOKKR, BROTHERS & JOXES.
Nov. !, l!N.-!y. Philadelphia.
JOHN V. RUSIITON & CO., IMPORTERS
AND DEALERS in Earthenware, China. Glass.
Ac. 245 Marlet St.. opposite Red Lion Hotel. Phil-
adelphia. J. Y. RUSIITOX,
J. C. HOPKINS.
ov. 8, '54 .-ly. ROBT. STILSOX
JL sell at Public Sale on Saturday the 18th inst..
at his former residence, a large lot of Household
and Kitchen furniture, consisting of Dishes.
Tables, Beds, Books, China. Ac Ac
. Clearfield. Xov. 8. 1854.
JOHN II. PALETHORP, JR., WHOLESALE
CHEMIST A DRUGGIST. Nv. H'J iW Yc
otifi Second door below Mount Vernon House.
rnnaaeipnia. ueaiers in Urujrs, Chemicals. Per
fumcry, Paints. Oils, Window Glass, Ac, Ac.
le subscriber would most respectfully so
licit all tqose indebted to him, to come forward
aud settle up. and if they cannot pay give their
Notes, and further hopes nut to be required to use
any other means than this simple notice, lie can
be found at almost any time at Woodland, prepar-
cc to settle. F. P. lH'RXTHAL.
Xov. 8, 1854.
AILV & BROTHER,
No. 292 Chetnut Street.
pen :i large assortment of the Xewest
St vies and colors of
Rich English Velvet,
" 4- Ingrain,
New Styles 44 Ingrain
V A R P E T I N i S ,
rilElli OWN IMPORTATION, JUST
Also. a full assortment of Super and Medium uualitv
Many of which being their own manufacture.
can be recommended as
U(hmI Carpeting for a Tmw Price.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS A CANTON MATTINGS.
f everv width and quality.
IMPOKTKItS MANUFACTURKRS OF CARFF.TINGS
No. 252 Chenut Street, Philadelphia.
Ocj. 4, 1854. 6m.
THE UNION SAFE! THREE CHEERS
FOR AMERICA! The Chkap Cornkii Tri
i .mpiiaxt ! We take this method of informins the
public in general, and the citizens of Curwensville
and vjj-inity in particular, that we have received
our usual large and varied selection of Full awl
Winter Goods, suited to the wants of every, man.
woman amd child in the community. And. wc
have no hesitation in saying, that purchasers will
find it greatly to their advantage to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Uur stock consists, in part, of Ladies' Iress
Goods in great variety: such as plain black, fancy
silks, Turk satins, bercge dcluins, black and fancy
Alpacas, plain and plaid Ginghams, Manchester
and Domestic Ginghams, Calicoes of every style,
anl quality, at prices ranging from 5 up to 15cts.
Black, blue, and brown French and English
cloths, plain black doeskin and fancy cassimeres,
black, blue, brown and green sattinets.
Checks, tickings, flannels, muslins, toweling, ho
siery, gloves, shirts, read v-inadc clothinir. Ac. Ac.
Carpeting and floor oil cloth, window and wall
paper and boutcring. and oiled U indow shades.
fhoC3 of all descriptions for ladies, misses and
children, together with a large assortment of
Jlens and bovs hats. caps, boots and shoes.
Hardware, planes. Ac. Glassware. Queensware.
Cedar and Willow ware, corn brooms, Ac. Ac.
Also, a lurgc assortment of Fresh Groceries, viz :
ltio Ccffce, Imperial, Y. II. and Black teas, X. O.
sugar, crushed and loaf sugar, Xew Orleans and
i-yrup molasses, clarified and cider vinegar, Ac.
Kosin and Fnncv soaps: sperm, star and mould
candles. All of which will bo sold in quantities
to suit purchasers, at the cheap Corner Store of
J' ATIO A & HU'rus.
Curwensville, November 1, IS5-1.
'GUNS FOR TYRONE CITY ! SE-
BASTOPOL NOT TAKEX ! Jam us Alex
ander, lias jost opened a splendid .saloon in the
basement story of the Tyrone City Hotel, where he
is prepared to accommodate persons with Oysters,
wholesale and retail, and all other articles usually
kept in a Confectionary and Grocery Store.
. 15. All orders forOytcrs bv the Can promptly
attended to by JAMES ALEXAXDER.
Tyrone City, November 1, lhai.-om.
LOST A box of Goods between Tyrone and
Clearfield, weighing about 501bs., marked J.
P. Xelsox A Co., Palestine. Any person finding
or giving information of said box. will be rewarded
for his trouble- J. P. XELSOX A CO.
Morns twp., Xov. 1, 18j4.
fEW FIRM. A A J. PATcnis having taken
to themselves the Store formerly owned by
Jno. Patchin A Sons, take pleasure in informing
their friends, and tha public generally, that they
have just received from the city a splendid assort
ment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queens
ware, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, and every
thing else usually kept a Country i?tore. Persons
wishing to buy cheap and goods uoous, snouia not
forget that they are determined not to undersold
by any store in the country. We invite one and
all to come and examine our stock for thcmslves,
as we charge nothig for so doing.
Burnside. November 1, lS54.-tf.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP !
Tho partnership heretofore exising between
John Patchin A Sons, was this day dissolved by
inutatfl consent, and the books are left in the bands
of A. A J. Patchin. Those persons knowing them
selves indebted to the firm will call immediately
and settle up, or they will have the pleasure of
paying costs JNO. PATCHIN A SONS.
luruMue, uoiooer 12, 103.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing beneun
F. P- Hurxthal and C. B. Hurxthal has, this day,
by mutual consent, been dissolved The booksare
in the namu ot . 1 . jiurxtnai ior collection ana
settlement. Persons knowing themselves indebt
ed to said firm, will please call and settle, and those
bavinig claims will present them.
. t. r. ill ka ill AL,
C. B. HURXTHAL.
Woodland, September 1, 1854.
J P. NELSON t CO.. would rcsp.tfnllv in-
form the citizens of Morris-township and ad
joining country, mat tney have just arrived with a
large assortment ol Dry Uoods, Groceries, Hard
ware. Queensware. Boots and Shot TIwU and f
Clocks. Looking glasses. Confectionaries, Medicines!
. !..:-. 'r- .1 .i ... . .
v-'na, xuiuis, jiii ware, ana aiioiucr articles usually
mxpi in a country store, wnicn tney are determiner!
to sen low for cash, country prsdure, or Lumber
Morris Township, November 1. 175 1.
STRAY. Came to the subscriber, living in
Bloomington. Clearfield Col, Ta., a stray Hog
in July, !So4. Xhc owner is reouested to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges, and take him
away, or otherwise, he will bo dealt with accord
ing to law. M. M. REX.
Bloomington, October 25, 1854.
T 71 LECTION An Election will be held at th
' i ir . c T . i , . . . , ,
jm m liuil&r VI wvuu isuiuup. a 6 X o CIOCK, p. Jr., O
iveanesday the loth ot November, to elect three
Managers, and other offinnrsof tlin T.ifllo Pl.'orfi.iM
vrcea .aviguiioii company.
vr i . r rf
HY ORDER OF THE IKlARD.
October 25, 1854.-3t.
1 UDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned
- an Auditor appointed to distribute moneys in
tho hands of Wm. Powell, Sheriff, arising from the
saic 01 real estate (in the case of l'atton, assignee
of Ellis' Administrators) will attend at his office,
being the same occupied bv John L. Cuttle. Eso..
on Monday the fith of Xovember. at 1 o'clock. P. M,
of said day.
JAMES II. LARRIMER.
ANTE I J EIGHT SCHOOL TEACHERS,
v" Persons wishing to anplv for Schools In
the District composed of tho township of Pike.
l learheld co.. will please to meet the Board of
Directors in Curwensville. at the house of Isaac
Bloom Esq., on Monday the fith of Xovember next.
at m o clock, A. M., at which time the county Su
perintendent will be present to examine applicants
anu give eerxincaics. anu make the necessary ar
rangements for conducting the Schools.
By order of the Board.
JOHN NORRIS, Sec.
October 18, 1854.
4 DMLMSTK A T O R S NOTICE..
XV ESTATE OF HIRAM E. CARLILE, DEO'D -
All persons are hereby notified that Letters of Ad
ministration on the Estate of Hiram E. Cnrlile,
late ot Urady lownship, dee d., have been grant
ed to the subscriber, iu due form of law. All per
sons indebted, are required to make immediate
payment, and those having claims will present
them, properly authenticated, ier settlement.
JOHN CARLILE, Administrator.
October 4. lH54.-tt
BEIDLEMAN A HAY W A R I) W h ol nsale Gro
cers. Tea Dealers, anil Commission Merchants.
Xo. 273. Market Street. Philadelphia.
H. BE 1 HELM AN,
A. II AY WARD,
June 15. lS54-lv.
AT T ENTIO N L U 31 IS E R M E N TH E
MAINE COM P. LANDS ARE XOW FOR
SALE. The subscriber offers forsale the following
Tracts of Laud, situated on, and near the Clearfield'
Creek, in Clearfield county, Pa., to wit: A tract,
warranted to "Luke Morris;'' containing 473 acres
and 48 ps. A tract, warantcd to Joseph Holland,
containing 4:J3 acres, 153 ps. A tract, warranted
to Robert Grey, containing 433 acres, 15.1 ps. A
tract, warranted to John Bringhurst, containing
42'J acres. 15. ps. A tract, warranted to "Sarah
AVard," containing 4.'J-'5 acres, 15."J ps. A tract,
warranted to "Geo. Eddy," containing 433 acres,
153 ps. A tract, warranted to Moor Wharton, con
taining 433 acres. 153 ps. A part of a tract, war
ranted to Geo. Ashton. containing 216 acres.
These Lands are too well kuown to the lumber
men of Clearfield Countv, to rentier a description
of them necessary it may be safely said, that it is
decidedly the best body of pine lands in Clea
For terms. Ac. apply to
Ebensburg, Cambria Co.
September 2t. ISO I.
flIMBER LAND FOR SALE The sub-
X scribers having purchased all the lands be
longing to Hardman 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 purchasers, at reasonable pri
ces and terms of pa3-ment. AH other information
respecting them, will be furnished by Wm. Bng
shaw or David Hough, at Pbilipsburg.or JosiahW.
Smith, Clearfield. GEO. D. MORGAX A CO.
September 27, 1854.-3t.
IFE INSURANCE : SAVE YOUR LIVES,
AX D VOI R M0XEY, by having your life
insured in the Susquehanna Mutual Insurance
Company of Harrisburg. Pa.
CAPITAL SI 00.000.
Chartered March 23d, 1834.
Any person can have their own life insured or
that of a friend, from one to ninety years. Per
sons of 21 years of age, pay SI -52 per SI00. year
ly. At 30 years, S-9.60 for 1000,00, yearly for life.
The whole premium for lifo in ordinance is $2S!l,
at the age of 25 years, premium ditto, on $100. is
Dr. It. V. Wn.sos.of Clearfield. Medical Ex
aminer. Any information niav be obtained from
Dr. A. T. SCHRYVER, Agent.
September f. 1854.
PIONEER MILLS, MORRIS TOWNSHIP,
CLEARFIELD COIXTY. The subscriber
keeps constantly on hand, at his mills, lumber of
all description, sorts, and sizes. Plastering lath and
bills sawed on the shortest notice. These mills
can run at any time during the season, having a
neverfailing supply of water.
All kinds of produce taken in exchange for lum
ber, and the ca.11 never refused.
September 20, 1854.-1 y Kylertown, P. O.
VSAXTED. Six Teachers, competent to im
v W part an English education to their pupils,
will find a situation for four months, by applying
to JOHN THOMPSON, President, or D. J. CATH
CART, Sec, of the Jordan District School Direc
tors. A liberal salary will bo given.
By order of the Board.
D. J. CAT IICART, Sec y.
September 20, 1S54. It
CAUTION. All persons are hereby cautioned
against purchasing, or in any way meddling
with a two horse wagon and a pair of bob sleds
now in the possession of P. II. Booz, as the said
property bilongs to mo and is in his possession as
, , T 1 1 V T1 ITI l."l?T
uaD Univ. juii. iiitinncii.
September 20, 1S54.
NEW ARRIVAL M. A. FRANK, has just
returned from tho East with a large assort
ment of Cloths, Cassimcrs, Neck Ties, Trimming
Ready made Clothing, Ac, which he will sell
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, 1S54.
VALUABLE FARM AT PRIVATE
SALE. The subscriber offers forsale on rea
sonable and easy terms, his farm in Lawrence
township, containing one hundaea TM,and allow
ance. The buildings are, a good log house, frame
barn, and other out-houses. There 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 Clearfield.
Inquire of. F. P. Bitler, Clearfield, or the sub
scriber on the premises. JOSEPH LANICH.
October 4, lb54.-3m.
ALEB COPE A CO, No. 1S3, Market St., Phila
delphia. Dealers in Linens, White Goods, Ho
siery. French, English and German Silk Goods, La
ces, Gloves, Bolting Cloths, Ac. Juno 15, '54-ly.
0 SHOEMAKERS. A fine lot of Spanish Kips
Men and Women's Morocco pink trimmings,
and Sole Leather, for sale cheap, by '
June 13, '54. MOSSOP A POTTARFF .
ISAAC M. ASHTON Hat Store, Xo. 172
Market St., Philadelphia. Hats, Caps, Furs.
Ac. .of every variety, and the best quality always
on hand. r . ,- June 15, 1854-ly.
Ty ROOK. TYSON A REHN Wholesale Dry
JL Good's Store, Xo. Ui, MarketStreet, Philadel
June 15, lSfi-ly-
'yOUJiG AMERICAN'S, LIBRARY
X A useful, and attractive series of .Books for
young people ; embracing events connected with
the eariy history of the country, and lives of dis
tinguished men, written with much care and in
an entertaining and instructive manner,' with il
lustrations of important events, and beautifully
illuminated title pages..: Containing the life f
DANIEL WEBSTER, the Great American States- v
man ; with numerous anecdotes illustrative of his
character and the following illustrations :
Yuung' Daniel in the SawMilI.
Webster fishing at Frysburg.
Webster declining the Clerkship.
Webster expounding the Constitution.
The Bunker Hill celebration.
Webster at Faneorl Hail.
MarshfielJ the residence of Webster.
Webster on his farm. t
The life of Henry Clay, the Mill lU.y of the
Slashe." nine illustrations.
The life of Benjamin Franklin, nin' illustra
The life of General Washington, nioe illustra
The life of Marion, nine illustrations. '
The life of Lafayette, nine illustratiuns
The life of Wm. Pcnn, nine illustrations."
The life of General Taylor, nine illastrations.
The life of Andrew Jackson, ninw illustrations.
The life of Xapoleon Bonaparte, nine illustra
tions. The Bell of Independence ; or Philadelphia in
I77t. nine illustrations, , , ,
The Yankee Tea party and other stories of tha
Containing in all over one hundred illustra
Each volume is well written! possessing high
moral tone, and can safelv be idaced in the bands
of young people ; thev contain numerous anec
dotes illustrative of the early history of our coun
try, ana are well aaapted for family or school li
braries. Price per set. handsome! v bound in cloth, rilt
backs and neatly put up in boxes, SC,76.
ince per volume, neatly bound, cloth gut 5C ct.
Colporteurs. Agents or "School Libraries will be
supplied at a liberal discount.
Copies will be sent by mail, postage free. ' upon
the receipt of the price of the set, or any volume.
LIXDSAY A BLAKISTOX, Publishers,
Aug. 23. 2o South 6th st., Philadelphia.
DISSOLUTION. The partnership heretofore
existing between II. D. l'atton and J. S. Show
ers, was this day dissolved, by mutual consent
said Showers having disposed of his interest to E
.A. Hippie. : II. 1). P-ATTOX,
J. S. SHOWERS.
Curwensville, Sept. 1st, 1S04.
The business will hereafter be conducted bv
ratton A Hippie, who will pay all debts contract-'
ed by the former firm. This arrangement wilt re
quire no new settlements. The firm will continue
on with the old books. II. V. PATTOX.
E. A. HIPPLE,
September 1st, ia54.-3t.
C CERTAIN CURE FOR AGUE. FAIR To
J ALL! so cuke kii pay. This preparation has
an established reputation, and is offered with con
fidence as a cure for fever and airue, or intermittent
fever. It may be taken by the most delicate with .
perfect safety, being a pure vegetable syrup.
If taken according to directions without curing,
a second bottle will be supplied free of charge, or
the money returned. Non pennine without the
2mturc J. II. PALETHORP, Jr..
Xo. S9 North Second Street. Philadelphia.
Oetober II, 1S04.
Y7"AR IN AMERICA not against foreign
f v nations, but against high prices and impo
sition. It. R. WELCH, has just returned from the
city with a splendid new stock of Gbld and Silver
Watches, open and hunting-cased, gold chains,
keys, seals, and a variety of other articles usually
kept by Jewelers.
His assortment has been selected with creat care
and caution, aud will be checfully submitted to
the inspection of all who may give him a call.
Tejims, Casu. Oct. 4, 1854.
HEMPHILL'S HOTEL. The subscriber would
inform his friends and the public crcnerallv
that he still remains at the old stand, where he is
at all times ready and willing to "entertain stran
gers and travellers." His bar stocked with the
best liquors, and his table will always be supplied
with the luxuries of the market.
Thankful for past favors, he swlTcits further
share of public patronage.
WM. J. HEMPHILL.
Clearfield, June 15, 1854-ly.
FIRST ARRIVAL, FALL AND WINTER
GOODS. AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE.
Just received, a large and splendid assortment of
tsrons of almost every description, suitable fur the
season, and selling oil' at very low prices. Lu'lio.-.
Gentlemen, and every lu-rsoii n i.-hiii'' to Ur iroodi
at the very lotrest prim, arc retccifully invited to
call ana examine lor tli-nisclvvs.
Produce of all kinds received iu exchange for
goods. WM. F. IRWIN.
Clearfield, tcpt. 27. 1S..1.
CAUTION. AH persons are cau Honed' not to
buy, trade for or meddle in any way with a
Yoke of Oxen, now in the poss s.-bu of John
Brigs, as the same is luinc. and only loaned to said
Brigs, and are at my disposal at any time from
this date, August 17th. 1S.VI. T. !'. DAVIS.
Furguson township, "ct. II. 151.
MOUNT VERNON HOUSE. Xo. 95 North
Second St., Philadelphia. The undersigned
having leased the alvc well known House, which
has been Resovatkk ad Uk-jioikled through-
o;t. have just opened it forthe reception of visitors.
lhe furniture is all new, and has been selected
with care from Heukles well known establishment
n Chesnut Street, and is of the latest and most
I he location for Merchants and others eominc
to the city is convenient, being in the contre of
Their friends iu Clearfield are respectfully soli
cited to give them a call. D. BLAIR,
I. L. BARRETT. ' -Aug.
30, 185 1. Proprietors.-
RE MOV A L . MILLINERY ESTABLISH
MENT! Ja.ve Miller, respectfully informs
her Friends, and the Public in general, that she
has removed from her old stand, bavin ir located
herself, at No. 8 South SirtA. Street, upper side,
Philadelphia, where she will he happy at all times.
o supply her customers and lr lends, with all kinds
of Millixeky, Ac. ic, uod hopes by strict atten
tion to business, to mcrfi a continuance of a liber
al share of custom. Her friends and the public is
nvited to call, before purchasing elsewhere. Vcrv
Respectfully, JAXE MILLER. .
is. IS. All orders punctually attended to.
Aug. 30, 1854.-2t.
TYRONE CITY HOTEL HUGHES k
IRVIN, would respectfully inform the public
that they have verygreatly improved their House,
and are now able to afford the travelling public.
the most comfortable accommodations. Their bar
is furnished with the very best 4iauors, and the
luxuries of the Philadelphia market are to be
found on their table. They respectfully invite
their numerous friends in Clearfield to give them
a call. August 9,1854.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.Tho
subscriber would respectfully inform the pub-'
lie, that he has just opened an entire new stock of
boots and shoes, in Graham's Row, one door east
of the Journal Office, Clearfield, Pa.
Every variety of Ladies and Gentlemen's gaiters,
laced boots, pumps, congress boots, ehildrens shoes
Ac, Ac, cheap for cash. He hopes to receive a
liberal share of patronage. Boots and shoes made
to order. C. S. BLACK.
Aug. 16, 1854. - ,
SETTLE VP ! All persons knowing them
selves indebted to the subscriber, by bond, note.
book account, or in any other manner whatever,
are hereby notified to come forward and settle
before the September Court, as he is determined to
have his business entirely settled up by that time.
Those unable to pay, are requested to. settle and
time and opportunity will be extended to them.
JAMES B. GRAHAM.
Grahamton, Aug. 23d, 1854.
-1 ff Sacks Salt, just received at the Cheap;
II M P Stnre f MOSSOP A POTTARFF.
' June 14. '14.