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jfiRAHAM'S MAGAZINE. NEW VOL-
- UiLfcb 1354. In announcing bis readiness to
reeoive orders for the few Volume, the editor doei
Hot know ho has any very brilliant ideas to hold
ont in largo capitals to daizle people's eyes
'"Graham" will be pretty much what it has been
tlo laet volume, with some improvements which
experience suggests. No number will contain less
than 100 pages of matter, and tko readers of -Gra-
tt am" may rely witn great commence upon, tu
the volume shall contain " ' ,
OVER TWELVE HUNDRED PAGES !
Of the very best reading matter that capital can
command from original sources, or taste select from
tno va?t mass of available material.
The aim of the editor will be to produce a pub
lication which sholl be valuable in matter, and
choice in taste and style: and he flatters himself.
from the known talents of his contributors, that he
will be ablo to present as many" good original ar
tisles to his readers as any publicatjon of the day.
shall not, however, hesitate to publish, from
time to time, articles from English authors, and
translations from the best German and French
writers, provided the pieces hare never before ap
peared in print in this country. Essays on impor
tant Political Subjects will likewise be inserted,
and criticisms on the Literature ' of America and
the movements of the Age. The Lcview Depart
ment, in which a large and liberal spirit of crit
icism will always be maintained, will be extended.
For tho defeiiCeof American I'iteraturc the editor
will always be ready ; the raHinttinance of a cor
rect tone in the Magazine,' he will, if possible, be
EACH XCJtCnU WILL CONTAIX AS EXGISAVING FROM A
riNE STEEL PJ.ATK IX AOI!TIOS TO THE CHOICE '
DKSIGXS AUDEXOKAVIXGS OF DEVEUUX,
who will supply illustrations for the test in the
body of the book. The aim of the editor will not
be so much to increase the Dumber of his engrav
ings, as to secure for those ho publishes the ut-iiio.-t
finish the artist can give them ; for common
wood-cuts ere so easily multiplied, that the iost
indifferent publication may outrank in dreary dis
play the choicest pel iodic j1.
The Editor does not f jel, that wiili his own rea
ders, he can increase hi? claims to respect by , in
sisting on any very great superiority of Graham'
over ieverAl similar publications, but thinks he
may jafcly eonfidc in their friendship for the
.Magazine, and in its past management lor its pre
sent list, and such inereafs as naturally grows out
of an extended circulation in ' a country where
readers are multiplying so rapidly.
tao January number the first auition will bo
SO. 000 oopks. and the editor trusr his old friends
will la s prompt in renewing old clubs, and ex
tending the list r:nong new wies, that . the first
editioTs'ali ba but hilfos what tho yesr will" ul
tiriately eablish.-as the permanent circulation of
"draJiao." - ' . .
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States may now receive rhe Magazine, by mail,
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ceived. Postmasters and Editors all over tho Union, are
rcspecfaily reouesicd to act as Agent3 for the New
Volume. - - "
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I'or six dollars in advance, one copy is sect three
years. Wc cont-uveuhe fallowing low terms for
Cinbs to bs sent in the cLy to one address, and in
the country, to one Post-oSce.
to the rettcr unj-40
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tiEO. H. GRAHAM, Editor.
Aug. 23. 10 j Chesnut St., Phibvleh uia.
'HAT CAN BE GOT FOU $3 The un-
V V- dersigned have tutored into an arrr.r.genient
by which they a;rec to furnish the Knickerbocker
21." vizine. (monthly.) the lioiao -Joarnal, (weekly.)
and tho iiajieal World aud Times, (weekly.) to
new subscribers, at the very moderate price of five
dollars, a year sor the three publications ; ail or
ders, enclosing that amount to lyer fc Willis, will
Le prompv attended to " - ' -
PuL'iher of the Knickerbocker,
MOIUU.S A WILLIS,
Publishers of the Home ionrnal.
DYLit A WILLT,
Publishers of the Musical World and Times,
S7o Droadwav. Xcw York.
LND LITEHAH Y AND AUTISTIC COMSI-
Afrangcuients have !:-en made to famish the
Knickerbocker 3Irg izinc, the Jion-.e Journal, and
tho New York iiusioal World c-nd Times, to new
saij.ribers. i'jr five dollars a year. This is chua
literatare, wi'h a vcnpnnee. The lini -kcrbocker
is per aniiBos the Homo Journal. Si; and the
Masicai World and Times. S3 ; jaskL-v a year
at the usaal rates. Thlt thrco such works can be
obtained -fr five dolla-.-s a year, is a fact truly wor
thy the Calorir; a;;", which is just now being i-.ah-er--d
in. Of tho Knickerbocker Magazine, edited
by Lctvis tfaylord Clark, it is unnecessary to
epeak. . For twcr.tr yeirs it has been the m'ost
genial; huacorous, and spi?y '-monthly" in the
world; and the prcsert voiaie will 3 better than
any which precccdcd it. - Tho Home Journal, edi
ted by (Jeo. P. Morris, and N. P. Willis, is well
known as the Jnt family newsr.aper in Amrriea;
and the ilnsical World and Times, edited by
Kiehard -Storrs Wii-is wiih Lowcil Mason, (ieo. li.
Curtis. Thouiis Hastings, 7m. P. Bradbury. Ceo.
i lioof, ?ud other musical writers contributing:
nnd which gives, among other things, over 525
worh cf inuic and a full course of instruction in
harmory r.r.r.anlly, is the very best musical Jour
nal ever published. These tliree publications wiil
post a family up in regard to nearly evcryihing
worih knowing : Art. .civnee, Literature; Music.
l juniirg. .vculj ture; Inventions, discoveries; Wit,
Humor. Fancy. Scntimei.t' the Xewcst Fashions
asd o:h :r stti actions for Ladies ; Choice N
ahbath, the Church, and the Fireside;
views ?nd Criticisra of Musical Works, Perfor
mers aud rorforinsivjcs ; in short, the very pick
nd cretim cf Xovclty, Iceideni. History, iiiogra
phy. Art Literal are an 1 Science: including what
ever can bo given in period: als to promote
Hral'hy Amrie;;iont fcil Solid Instruction iu the
r.mi'.y and help to make it Ectter, Wiser, and
Happier, may ba row obtained for riVE ihllai:s.
Addros KYLR & WILLIS. 75 Pruaiway.
Editors publishing the above three times, and
Binding the papers containing it to Dyer & Willis,
will receive the three works named, for one ycari
- Aug. 23, I Sol.
XTorscnoLD WORDS. A
jLJL v.IAUAZiNE AT 5 J PEi
t'i"se v.ho re-id the serial so promptly issued every
week .by lickens, with thoughtful" appreciation,
know how to prize it. '-ilousehyid Words"' is a
juodcrn journal for the people, devoted to common
subjects, uncommonly treaid, excellent in style,
is genius, in manner, and wonderfully fertile in
F'ibjt'ct. The pieces are the right length; they
exhibit wonderful variety and are attuned to a
harmonious key and remarkable unity of eflect.
For the money, thcro i3 ne t the equal of Iloiise
holl Words" for a family journal. Pleasant sto
. rics, useful knowledge, graceful anecdotes, charm
ing essays, alternate in its pages. It is not al
ways convenient to secure a copy of the weekly
issue on the arrival of a steamer; in order to enjoy
regularly tLis delightful work, we advise our rea
ders to posse? i themselves of the handsome months
ly reprint of McElrath Jt Eukcr. who bring out
Household Words" with cominenduble punctuali
ty, at Xew-York. Frederick Parker, 3j Washing
ton street is the Eoston agent. Boston Traut
. Tho nrticles, both in style and thought, aro far
superior to the trash that occupies the pages of so
many of our popular magazincs. JVeto York
Atla-t: - '
The above arc but a few extracts from numerous
notices of the press lately received. Those who
n ish Household Words will receive it monthly by
mail upon remitting tho subscription price. Spe
cimen numbers sent on receiptor fiva ed postage
MeELRATII A BAKER, Publishers,
Aug. 23. 17 Fprnce t., 2?cw York.
ASniXGTGN L. BLADIN,- ArropyEr at
Law, No. M, South Sixth et., Knuaaeipni
AILY & BROTHEIl.
Ho. 212 Chestnut Street.
Have now open a large assortment of the Newest
ctyles and colors of
Sicb. English Velvet, ''.
"Re- Etyle3 " In, Tain
V, ARPPTl TVfi S .
OF THEIR OWN-IMPORTATION, JUST
. ' . LANDED. -
Also. a full assortment of .Super and Medium quality
Mriiiiviv r v? t pti "rem
Many of which being their- own manufacture,
can be recommended as ,
Good Carpetings for a Low Price.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS & CANTON MATTINGS.
of every widih and qualitv.
ntPOnTKRS SIANVFACTrRERS OP CAT.rETIXGS
No. 232 Chesaut Street, Philadelphia.
Ocj. i, 1354. 6m.
PAUL & TAILOR.
ITo. 2;"5 Jlarkei Sfceet,
Have always on hand, at their Wholesalo Ware
house, a largo assortment of
the Newest Style of
BOOT. SHOE. AND ST'itAAV GOCPS.
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
All their goods being of their own direc Im
portation and Manufacture, they are enabled to
offer superior inducements to Merchants laying in
WM. W. PAUL,
N. G. TAYLOR.
Dec. 1. 185-1. Iy.
KNOW NOTHING HEAD-QITAUTEUS.
Detrick's Blacksmith chon.in CunvctsviUe.
nearly- opposite the Post Ofiiee. always oncn. and
Jacou. himself alwavs ready to serve his custom
ers. All kinds of woik done in the best style, and
most durable manner. Horse-shocinjr done on the
shortest notice, and on failure to rendender satis
faction the money returned. ;
All Kinds ct gram taken in exchange for woik
and the money not refused-
CurweriSwile, Dec. C, lSj4.-ly.
MARTIN, 310RKELL & CO.,
(Late OLIVER MARTIN .t CO.)
Importers and Dealers in HOSIEILY. THIM-
ilAWS. COMBS. BRUSHES, FANCY GOODS, ic.
Ho. 24 North iouith Street, riiilslolr-hia.
M. T. MARTIN. CHAS. D. IIAMRICK.
DAM'L J. MORRELL, G. li. PFDbLE. -
Dec. 5. L SANL'RSON It. MARTIN.
CERTAIN CURE FOR AGUE. FAIR TO
ALL! no crits ) tay. Thisprcparation Jia?
an established rcputution, and is offered with con
fidence asaenre for fever and ague, or intenuiUent
fever. It may be taken by the most delicate with
perfect safety, being a pnrc vegetable syrup.
If t.-ken according to directions without esring.
a second bottle will be supplied free of ch srge, or
tho iiiOR"v returned. ioir. rrfii'iiiw fittort the
si- y.'.-,rp' J. H. PAlLETlIOltP, Jr..
No. North Second Street. Philadelphia.
October 11, 154.
AS CHEAP AS THE CIIKAl'EST. AND AS
GOOI AS THE BEST. WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL. Isaac Johnston would respectfully in
form his friends and the public generally that he
husjust returned from the East, where he has pur
chased the liiist sp'cr.did assort ni cut of Boots ii,
Shoes ever Lruught to Clearfield. Every variety
of Ladies slippers, gaiters, pumps. Ac. Ac. Mens
fancy thoes. and gaiters, with an excellent assort
nien tof heavy stock, all adapted to the wants of
the people of Clearfield. He hopes his fiicnds will
give hiin a call at hisbtore in -ha-.vs iiov.-" aud
esj::;irte his stock. June 13,
TfEMPHILIS HOTEL. Tho .noscriber would
inform Li.; friends and tho public cenerallv.
that he s;iil remains at the old st:ind. where be i.'
at i-M times ready and willing to '-entertain struu-ger-?
and travelier."' Jiis bar sioc-ked with the
best liqnois. and his table. will alivuys be supplied
wiih the luxuries of the market.
Thankful for past favors, he solicits A further
share of public patronage.
WM. J. HEMPHILL.
Clearfield, June Ij, 1354-ly.
THE MUSICAL WORLD FOU 1255.
Terms, (ii;vriably in advance.) S3.0t)
Two copies, o,0i)
Five copies, 10,00
I The choico of two of the following musical
portri!.. engraved on steel, neatiy inailed on a
roller, designed as the com M'iit"ni-in to, ' a (i. tilery
o f Musical Portraits : to be hung around every
1. It ;-;;-i;:IT7 SOXTAG, 0.
2. liEF.TlIoVUX, Ct. SCKI'MASy,
.". WF.CEIl, 7. SCIHTKKT,
4. V.NT)i-.I.Sr,OI!X, 8. WALLACE.
Of Ihcfo portraits, that of the lamented Madame
Son'?g is surpassingly fino a; d particularly to bo
con-.menjed. E.uli ;3 subscriber on mailing his
sub?i iptioa will please to state what tv.o portiai;s
he chooses. To club subscribers, and to :U1 per
sons net sending their subscriptions directly to
this o.'joe but subscribing through agents, we can
only afford (from the gre;.t reduction of terms) to
give the choico of but one portrait.
II Fhf.su Music four pages every week
which can bo detached from the rending matter,
is paged separately and can bo bound at the end
of the volume, forming a choice miscellaneous col
lection of pieces for one, two, three and four
voices ; polkas, mazurkas, wa.lt7.es; music for the
guitar, Uute, violin, harp ; music for young people;
sacred music, tor voice. re.o.ic n and organ
music, alone, costs tue proprietor annually -1.70i.
and is worth to t-very subscriber at leat SI 2.00;
setting aside t ie id vantage of its variety and its
superiority as the very pick of all the new music
published. - .
III. Issthuctive MrsirAt Reaping : embrac
ing a weekly-eoiidensed budget of news from all
part3 of the world ; musical stories, biographies,
etc; musical essays; criticisms.
IV. E.ntei:t.umno G.vkhl Reading: com
prising original translations from the French and
German ; ."elections from new books and periodi
cal.; also interesting original contributions.
The Musical World is delivered without extra
charge to New York and Brooklyn subscribers.
Any persons sending us ac'ub of five subscribers
oball reccjvo a copy of the paper for a year and
his choice of one of the abova engravings.
All new subscriptions wiil bo entered for the
first of January, lsio, but the portraits now ready
will be sent immediately to those first subscribing
Any of our old subscribers whoso year does not
expire till after the first of January. ISjj, can al
so have their choice of two of these portraits by
sending ns heir subscription year in advance of
RiCHAitn Storks Willis.
Editor and proprietor, 257 Broadway. N. Y.
J OIlNn.PALETIlOUP, JR., WHOLESALE
CHEMIST A DRI GGibT. No. 89 Xorth Sec
ond St., Second door below Mount Vernon House,
Philadelphia. Dealers in Druge. Chemicals, Per
fumery. Paints. Oils, Window Olass, Ac, Ac
. Novembers, lS3i.-ly.
J7UXST ARRIVAL. FALL AND WINTER
1 GOODS, AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE.
Just received, a large and splendid assortment of
goods 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 tke very lowest prices arc respectfully invited to
call and examine for themselves. . . "
Produce of all kinds received in exchange for
goods. . - WM. F. IfnviN.
Clearfield. !So4. " - -
NOTICE. All those who have accounts with
the late firm of T. II. Fcltox A Co.. aro here
by notified to come forward and settTo them imme
diately, or the books will be placed in the hands
of a propefperson forsettlement. , The books arciu
the possession of James Irvin Sc Co., at Bald Hills.
Bald Hills, Deeember 27, !Si4.-6t.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
- Two doors East of Journal office. Up stairs. ,
Dec. 1.1854. " "
CALEB COPE A CO, No. 183. Market St., Phila
delphia, Dealers in Linens. White Goods, Ho
siery. French. English and German Silk-Goods, La
ce."GloTes. Bolting Cloths. ?.- June 15, '54-ly.
-No. t)5 North
having leased the above well known House, which
has been Renovated and Re-modeled through
out, have just opened it for the reception of visitors
The furniture is all new, and has been selected
with eare from Ilenkles well known establishment
in Chesnut Street, and is of the latest and most
i her location for Merchants and others cominz
to the city is convenient, being in the contre of
Their friends in Clearfield are respectfully soli
i fed to give them a call,".. D.BLAIR,'
I. L. BARRETT,
Aug. 30. 1S34. v Proprietors.
TM"EAV ARRIVAL. M. A. FRANK, has just
-L returncit trotn the East with a large assort
ment of Cloths. Cassimcrs, Neck Ties, Trimmings,
Ready made Clothing, ic, which he will sell
cheap for cash, at his store, two doors east of the
itournal office. -
Fashionable tailoring still done to order, with
neatness and disp;.tch.
lie invites the public to give him a call and ex
amine his stock, Sept 13, lSol.
TO ALL WK03I IT 31 AY CONCERN.
The subscriber wouid most respectfully so
licit all tij';se indebted to Lim, to come forward
and settle up, and if they cannot pay give their
Notes, and further hopes not to be renuired to use
any other means than tnis simple notice, lie can
be found at almost any time at Woodbind, prcpar
cc to settle. F . P. HURXTHAL.
Nov. s. is:4.
EIDLEMAN A HAYWARD Wbolns.il o Gro
cers. Tea Dealers, and Commission Merchants,
No. 273, Market Street, Philadelphia.
TSSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP !
lho partnership heretofore exising between
John Patchin A Sons, was this day dissolved by
ijiutui-1 consent, and the books are left in the hands
of A. A J. Patchin. Those persons knowing them
selves indebted to the firm will cull immediately
nd settle up, or they will have tho pleasure of
paying costs J.NU. I'AIUHU i SUAiS.
Lurnside, v'otober 12, 1M.
P. NELSON & CO., would respectfully in
form the citizens cf Morris township and ad
joining country, that they have just. arrived wiih a
large s:ssorlmcnt of Dry Goods, Groceries. Hard
ware. Qucensvvare, Eoois and Shoes. Hats and Caps.
Ciovks Lookir.g glasses. Confe.-tionarics, Medicines.
Oils. Paints. Tinware, and :;'l other articles usual'y
kept in a country store, which they are determined
to sell low for cash, country prsduce. or Lumber.
Morris Township, November 1, 17j4.
TOITN .H'PIIERSON: CrnntEit axd Tanner.
cJ" sti'l continues at the old stand at the South end
of C'.c.irlit ld. and keeps constantly on hand a good
jissortmeiit of Leather of all descriptions, including
afplcudid lot of Spanish Solcleather. which he will
sell cheap for cash or in exchange for lumber and
Hides. Nov. 22. 'J-I.-Gt.
CAUTION. All persons are cautioned not to
buy. trade for or meddle in any way with a
Yoke of Oxen, now in the posssession of John
Brigs, as the same is mine, and only loaned to s ii 1
Brigs, and arc at my disposal at any time from
this date. August -17th. IS34. T. li. DAVIS.
Furguson township, Oct. 11, 1S.V1.
VE' AND CHEAP STORE. The sul.ri
i. 1 bers would announce to the citizens of New
'Washington. ad the upper end of Clearfield Coun
ty, that they have jt opene I a new and splendid
asoitiiiciitof FALlj AND WINTER G'-M! S. in the
Store room formerly occupied by Ikvin A M'L'kwk.
Every vai:i;;tv of Goods usually found in
a country store, will be sold cheep for cash, lum
ber and country produce.
They respectfully invite all those desiring to
purchase goods, to give them a call. They will
u.? every effort to give s.itisfaetion.
ELIZA IRYIN A SONS.
New Wagkingt.m, November lj, lbj4. ;t.
A T T E N T I O N L T 31 Ii E R ?.I E N THE
k. MAINE COM P. LANDS ARE NOW FOR
SALE. The subscriber offers for sale the following
Tracts of Land, situated on, and ncarthe Clearfield
Creek, in Clearfield county, Pa., to wit: A tract,
warranted to '-Luke .Morris;" containing 473 acres
and 48 ps. A tracr, warantcd to Joseph Holland,
containing 433 acres. 153 pa. A tract, warranted
to Robert 'irey, containing 433 acres, 153 ps. A
tract, warranted to John Bringhurst, containing
4'2'. acres. 153 ps. A tract, warranted to "Sarah
Ward." containing; 433 acres. 153 ps. A traef.
warranted to -Geo. Eddy.'" containing 433 acres,
153 ps. A irti'-t. warranted to Moor Wharton, con-
tain i v.
. A part o! a trct.
ranted to Geo. Ash ton, containing 21J acrca.
'These Lands arc too well known to tho lumber
men of Clearfield County, to render a description
of them necessary it may be srd'ely said, that it is
decidedly the best body of pine lauds in Oca--field
For terms, ic. ar-.plv to
' EUVV. SHOEMAKER,
Eben.burg. Cambria Co.
September 2"".. 1S54.
"p"TE vV FIRM. A A J. Patchin having token
XJ 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 Cars, Boots and Shoes, and every-
Lthing else usually kept a Country Store. Persona
wishing to buy chep.p aud goods Goods, should not
forget that they arc determined not to undersold
by any store in the country. We invite one and
ail to conic and examine our stock for themselves,
as we charge noting for so doing.
Eurnsidc, Noveuibci J, lS54.-tf.
TEW ARRIVAL OF FALL AND V. IN-
1 1ER GOODS, at the cheap Store of Wm. F. Ir
vi.'. Every variety of goods adapted to the season
have just been received, and arc offered for sale at
the lowest cash prices
All kinds of produco taken in exchange for goods.
Ladies and gentlemen, and all the rest of man
kind arc requested tocall and examine his stock.
Clearfield, December 20, 1S54.
JUST OPENED. Tho subscriber has just re
ceived at his store at Grahamtou. a large, new,
and splendid assortment of Pall au.t Winter (roods,
adapted to the wants of the whole community, and
offered for sale at extremely low priees. Dry Goods,
Quccnsware, lots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Bon
nets and Shawls, (j roceries and Confectionaries. to
gether with every other article usually kept in a
country store, may be had at reasonable rates.
Ciish, Lumbar, or produce received in payment.
JAMES B. GRAHAM.
Grnhampton, November 15. 1S54.
TVEW RESTAUKA.NT Charles Greaff,
x would inform the public that he has just open
ed an Eating Saloon in the basement of Hemphill's
Hotel, where he serves up to order Fresh Oysters.
Sardines. Anchovies. A. Tho best quality of ci
gars, and Philadelphia Ale. always on hand. He
invites all lovers of '-good living," to give him a
eo.IL Nov. 22, '54.-3ino.
GREAT MILITARY EXCITEMENT AT
GLEN HOPE! The subscriber has just recei
ved a new and extensive assortment of the cheap
est Goods ever brought into the upper end of the
county: consisting of every variety of articles usu
ally kept in a country store. He hopes his friends'
and the public will give him a call, and feels con
fident he will be able to render satisfaction. . ;
J. C. PATCHIN.
Glen Hope, November 22, 1854.
JOHN Y. RTSIITON & CO., IMPORTERS
AND DEALERS in Earthenware, China. Glass,
Ac, 245 Market St., opposite Red Lion Hotel. Phil
adelphia. - J. Y. RUSHTON,
J. C. HOPKINS,
Nov. 8, '54.-ly. ROUT. STILSON.
LISAlUTII & BROTHER,
No. 105 N. Third 8treet, fiva doors bolow Race,
Nv. 20, ?54.-ly. . Philadelphia.
MOUNT TERjSTON nousE
Second St.. Philadelphia. . Tl
TVrEW MILL At the Old Pioneer Mills on the
ll Moshannon, in Morris township. Ibo sub
scriber has just eompleted a largo new Grist Mill,
which is in successful operation. Grain of all
kinds bought, stored, and sold on commission.
Dec. 27. '54. HENRY GROE. '
ELECTION. The Stockholders of tho Cnr
wensville Bridge Company are hereby notifi
ed that an election for OCicers and Managccrs will
be held in Curwcnsvillo, ' at the ofU v.t of Josiah
Evens, Esq.. on Friday the 23th dav of January,
Clearfield, Doc. 27, '54. President
A GOOD SITUATION FOR A DOCTOR.
Doctor's office and Lot at privatosale.situa
atcd in Frenehville, east of Lutz's Store, formerly
owned by Dr. F. Canfield. For further particu
lars inquire of LEVI LUTZ.
N. B. Drugs. Ac, will be sold with theoffico.
Frenehville, December 27, 1854.
ITSSELL& SCIIOTT. IMPORTERS AND
4 Wholesale Dkalei-s in Dn.-srx, Chemicals.
jan.i.', jo. i.i'Ufcipnia.
pnYRONK CITY HOTEL.--Hi t. iiCS A
B IRYIN, would respectfully inform the ruib'ic
that they have very greatly improved their ilocse,
and aro now abie to uaord the travelling public.
the most comfortable accommodations. ' 'Ibcir bar
is furnished with the very 'best liquors, and the
luxuries of the J'hiluutlpnia market arc to bo
found on their table. They respectfully invite
their numerous friends in Clearfield to give them
a call. . Augnst 0.154.
TEW ROOT AND SHOE STORE. The
subscriber would respectfully lniorni the pub
lic, 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.
Everv variety of Ladies and Gentlemen s gaiters,
laced boots.-pumps, congres-s boots, childrcns shoes
Ac Ac. cheap tor cati. He hopes To receive a
liberal share of atronagc. Boots and shoes made
to order. C. S. LLALlv.
Aug. 1G, 1S54.
ETTLE UP ! All persons knowing them-
K3.-elvcs indebted to the subscriber, by bond. note.
book sceount. 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 scttlo and
time and opportunity will bo extended to them.
JAMES li. till All Ail.
Grahamtou, Aug. 23d, IS54.
Great Ezcitesusx';,. Startlia-T Announcement
rgIIAT the largest, cheapest, and best assortment
J of Goods ever brought into Clcariield county,
have just arrived, and are offered for sale. at . the
Nrtv Store of the subscribers, near the Jowifil
Ofj.'-c. Clearfield, Pa. Never before has a more
brilliant, and at the siac liiac a cheaper lot of
Oo'-ds been' offered to this commnriiiy. They have
all been selected with a view to the wants aud nc
ecs itics of the people of thi3 particular locality,
r.f'ter long experience, and intimate acquaintance
with their business connections.
Dry Goods of every variety, Dress Goods, Cloths.
Casimercs, end Clothing: J.roots and Shoes, Hats
and Caps. Bonnets and Share!, together with a
large and splendid assortment of Quceusware.
Hardware and Groceries.
Defying all competition, they solicit their friends
and the nublie to give them a call and examine
their stock. MOSSOP A POTT Alt Ft.
June 12. 1S.".4. ly.
J 'ZIOXV. Ell YtlL
LS, M )KUIS TOWNSHIP,
COUNTY. The .-ubsci iter
keeps constantly on hau l, at his mills. lumber of
all description, sorts. :r.d .dzes. Phu-icrirg lath and
bills ?-iv.-cd on the shortest noth-c. 'lb esc miils
can run at any time during the season, having a
ncvcrfailing supply of water
All kinds cf produce taken in cr.chitngc for lum
ber, and the cji.'i never refused.
September 20, lS54.-ly Kylcrtown. T O.
iTi-ir i.iim: T-'m-TV.- ( i''iivr
LOUT MAN A V.
X ign and Ornamental l fiia:- is.
Chair makers, and Paper Hangers. c".r t'.
vices to the citizci.s of Clearfield and
Shop next door to tho Jew's Store.
They keep constantly on hand, and mak- or
der every variety of (.'hairs. Lounges. Sofas. .'. . .t.
Chairs, and Sofas made equal in beauty to a::;- :hit
can be obtained from the City, and more d::v.:b!
in workmanship and material.
June 14, "54. ly. ROBERT ROV.'E.
fBIIIE GOOD INTENT HOTEL, and Stage Office.
jL Cunvonsvillo. Pa. The Sub-criber would in
form his friends and the public that he has just re
fitted and lo-iurni. hcd his house and is prepared
to render every attention to the travelling commu
nity. His bar eor'.iins lhjivrs of the first quality, nnd
hid table will always oe supplied with lho best in
lie respectfully solicits hi fricr.ds and others to
give h:m a call." WM. R. FLEMMING.
June II. "51.
C-NOINt; IT ALONE. Tha undersigned hnv
T ing taken to himself the .tore formerly o;vn
cd by Patchin A Swan, takes pleasure in informing
h'.a friends and the public generally, that he has
ust received from the city a splendid assortment
of Dry Good-, Hardft'aie, Qucensv.are, Hats and
Caps. Boots and Shoes, and every thing else usual
ly kept in a country store. Persons wishing to buy
cheap and good Goods should not forget that he
is determined not to bo undersold by any store ia
In the county. His motto is '-a nimble penny rath
er than a slow sixpence."
S. C. PATCHIN.
Glen Hope, July 5. 1354.
NIEL RENNER, Cabinet maker. Shop
same es formerly ocenried bv David Sachets.
Clearfield. Pa., keeps w .-'.ntly cn hand at his
Furi-i ir.ro Wi.r.i n cm:;, r.iul i:.ani..cres to order
at Ci.y prices. ai! I; Url I Ca ?;.-ct. ware.IH!cg an1
1 it-r tublcs. Dressing eases. t.pSo.i.ls. Pedsce t-s.
Wash Stands. Spring bottomed Oha'', Sofas, Sites,
Bureaus, Marble Topped I'sc-ritors. Ac. Ac.
Cofiius made, and funerals attended on sne short
est notice. - .
June 27. 1S54. ly.
-lEOHCJK W. COLLADAY. Conveyancer
and Land Aarent. No. 3. Goldsmith's Hall,
Philadelphia, wiil faithfully attend to all business
entrusted to his care.
June 27, 1854.
BS DUNDY" Attorary-st-Law. Clearfield, Po.
will attend faithfully to all professional bu
siness entrusted to his caro. June 13, '54.-ly.
jT B. McENALTA Attorney at Law. Office
J nearly opposite Judge Wright's Store. Clear
field, Pa., practices in Clearfield anil adjoining
counties. June 13, '54.-1 y.
CHEAP CLOTHING . A large lot of Cheap Clo
thing, Men's and Boys, for sale cheap, by
.Tnni i:t. '51 MOSSOl A
& ruxiAiiti .
LACKBERRY' BRANDY. A certain euro for
the Dysentary, for sale by
June 13, '54. MOSSOP A POTTARFF.
A. FRANK, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Clearficld, Pa., Office in '-Shaw's Row."
June, 15, 154.
AMES GROWTH ER, JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE. Cur-.vc-nsvillc, Pa. Office onnosit? tho
"Good Intent Hotel." June, 15. 1S54,
JAMES B. GRAHAM Merchant and extensive
dealers in lumber. Grakampton, P. 0., Clear
field county. Pa. May 2,1, '54-ly.
- lfl Ha3 of Coffee, just received and for sale
JLUJ at the New Store of A, M- HILLS.
June 14, '54.
?t ftftfi EIGHTEEN INCH SHINGLES
OliaOUvJ of best quality, for sale at tho Sin
of the Red Flag.
June 27, 1S54.
Price $3.50 per thousand.
WE ALL TAKE HOBENSACK. Hobensacka
Worm Syrup and Liver Pills, for sale by
June 13, '51. MOSSOP A POTTARFF.
(f Barrels New Orleans Sugar, at Sixpence per
Aj pound, for sale at the Cheap Store of
A. M. HILLS..
TALUABLE FARM AT PRIVATE
V SALE. The subscriber offers for salo on rea
sonable and easy terms, his farm iu Lawrence
township, containing one hundded acres. and allow
t nee. The buildings are, a good log house, frame
barn, and other out-houses. There is, a!so. on tho
place a promising young orchard of choice fruit
trees, in fine bearing order. Also, a never failing
spring of water. About sixty Acres cleared Two
iai'cs from Clearfield.
Ir.quire of F. P. Bctleb, Clearfield, or the sub
scriber on the premises. JOSEPH LANICH.
. October 4, 154. 3m.
JL The partnership heretofore existing between
C. M. Graham and J. E. Watson, was this day dis
solved by mutual consent, having disposed of their
interest to Jas. B. Graham. C. 31. GK A HAM,
J. E. WATSON
Grahamton, October 27. 1354.
Tho business wiil hereafter bo continued by Jos.
L. Graham, as formerly, who will collect ;ll ac
counts iue. and pay all debts contracted by the
former firm. JAS. B. GRAHAM..
Grahatptnn November 15, 1654.
milE UNION SAFE! THREE CHEERS
JL FUR AMERICA! Thf. Cheap Cobxfr Tni
fMpp nt ! Wc take this method of informing the
public in general, and the citizens of Curwensvi'le
sad vieiuity in partu-nlar. that wc have received
our usua! Targe and varied selection of Pall and
Wtntrr (roods, suited to the wants of every, man.
woman a:ud child in the community. And. we
have no hesitation in saying, that purchasers will
find ft greatly to their advantage to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
. Our stock consists, in part, of Ladies' Dress
Goods in great variety: such as plain black, fancy
silks, Tuik satins, bercge dclains. black and fancy
Alpacas, plain and 'jdaid Ginghams. Manchester
ami Domestio Ginghams, Calicoes of every style,
and quality, at prices ranging from 5 up to 15ets.
Black, blue, and brown l'rerieh aud English
cloths, plain black doeskin and fancy cassimcres.
black, blue, brown and green saitinets.
Checks-tickings, flannels, muslins, toweling, ho
siery, gloves, shirts, ready-made clothing, Ac. Ac
Carpeting find floor oil cloth, window and wall
paper and boidering. and oiled Window rhades.
Shoes of all descriptions for ladies, mi.-ses and
children, togethea with a large assortment . of
Mens" and boys" hats, caps, boots and shoes.
Hardware, planes, Ac, Glassware, Queerswarc.
Cedar and Willow v."re, corn brooms. Ac. Ac
Also, a large assortment rf Fresh Groceries, viz :
Rio CeGcc. Imperial, Y". Ii. and Mack tens. N-O.
sugar, crushed and loaf sugar. New Orleans and
,-rr.p tr, o!
ar ar.d mould
iiosin ana 1-ar.ey soap
caudles. All of which wil'.bc sold in quantities
to suit purchasers, at the cheap Corner Store of
PATTON A RIPPLE.
Curwensvil'e, November 1, 1S54.
rMIIH AMERICAN HOARDING nOUSE.
JL '1 he subscriber would inform the public that
he has just completed a large new building, on the
South ei.d of Second Street, Clearfield, Pa., which
he has furnished and fitted up in the most comforta
ble manner for the accommodation of travcllcis and
His charges will be moderate, and his house con
ducted in a decent, sober and orderly manner,
where all quiet and peace loving people, who may
visit Clearfield can find a temporary -honro."
JOHN S. RADEBACH.
July 15, IfOl.
T fl( GUNS FOR TYRONE CITY ! SE
JLliU BASTOPOL NOT TAKEN! James Ai,rs
isntp., has just opened a fplcr.did Saioon in the
basement story of the Tyrone City Hotel, where he
is prepared to accommodate persons with Oysters.
wb.iTosalc and :etail. and all other articles usually
.kept in a Confectionary and Grotry Store.
N. 15. All orders forOvters bv the Can promptly
attended to by . JAMES ALEXANDER.
Tvror.c Citv. November 1. lS54.-'ir.
IT H'E INSURANCE : SAYK YOl R LI YES.
il AND YiLK. MONEY, by having your life
j!,.::ia-il in tho Susquehanna Mutual Ir.suraaec
Company of Harrisbui !r. Pa.
CAPITA I j 5-lti.l.OOO.
CnAr.TKirv:n IdAnrn 2"d. 1S3I.
Any person can have their own life injured or
that of a friend, from one to ninety, years. Per
sons of 21 years of age. pay SI -52 per SI0i. year
ly. At :; years. S-sM'.O for 1 (l!0.0!. yearly for life.
The wliolo prpiniiini for life in ordinance is
at the age of 25 years, premium ditto, on S100, is
Dr. K. V. Wilson, of Clearfield, Medical Ex
aminer. Any information may be obtained from
Dr. A. T. SCHRYYER, Agent.
September (5. 1854.
PPLENI1P NEW STORE. R. Sn.w A
) Son have jut returned from the city with an
entire new stock of Goods, which they offer for sa!c
on the vi ry lowest. terss. at the old stand lately
occupied by A. M. Hills. West end of the Mansion
lior.se. Clearfield. Pa. Their stock of goods has
been selected with great care, and a better or
cheaper assortment was never brought into Clear
They defy ai! competition, and invite the pub
lic to carl ar.1 examine their goods. Every arti
cle j'j entirely new. :;nd as cheap, if not cheaper
than can be purchased elsewhere.
A. H. SHAW.
Jnne 27, IS54.
AMES BIDDLE GORDON Attorney at Law.
n lias removed Ins oiucc to tne room aojomiug in
the East, the Drug Store of 'Dr. H. Loraiu.and will
devote his whole attention to the practice of his
profession. He may be consulted iu French and
German. June 13, ly.
TJANK NOTICE. We the subscribers intend
5 to niEke application to iho uct Legislature
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for an Act
of Assembly to incorporate a Banking Company,
with Banking and discounting privileges, to be
o v'Ic l the -Clearfield Bank'' and located at the
Dcrough of Clearfield, with a capital of One hun
dred thousand dollars.
A. K. Wkight. James T. Lr.ONARD,
liKii.uto Shaw, James Li. Graham,
Jon at;'. v B'iystox, ' Ellis Irwin,
J. F. Weave a, J. Yv". Siiim,
J. B, MoEnally.
June 271S54. Oiu.
SSAAC M. ASIITON. Hat Store, No. 172
Market St.. Philadelphia. Hats. Caps. Furs.
Ac, of every variety, and the best quality always
on hand. Ju:.e 15. Irf5t-ly.
RY' BEEF, of the best quality just received
and for saie at Wm. F. Ikwin's Cheap Store.
June 14, '54.
ANTED IAD1 ELIATELY. Six jour-
neyinan c-iioemakcrs. Constant employment
"nd liberal wages will be given, Apply next door
to the Joiimul office, at the shoe store of
C. S. BLACK.
September 6, 1354. '
EREGIv .DELAINES. A tupcrior article of
Berego-Deiaines in dress patterns, at 25 cents
per yard, never sold in this county before for less
than 50 cents, at MOSSOP A POTTARFF S.
Juno 13. '54
WA. "WALLACE, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
nf!i?o nearly opr.osito the Court House.
Clearfield Pa., will attend faithfully to all business
entrusted to his care.
June 17, l5i. ly
J II. LARTMER Attorney and Counsellor at
Law. Office with John L. Cuttle, Esq., next
to Dr. II. Lorrein's
Drug Store. Clearfield,
May 23, '54-ly
CONRAD A W ALTON. Hardware Store, No.
255 Market Street, Philadelphia- Hardware,
Iron, Nails. Ac. of every description.
June 15, IS34-ly.
GEORGE J. WEAYER A CO.. No. 10 North Wa
ter Street. Philadelphia, Dealers- in Carpet
chain, Y'arn. Manilla and Hemp Ropes, Bed-cords,
Clothes-lines, Ac, Ac. June 15, 1854-ly.
- f( Sacks Salt, just received at the Cheap
JL UU Store of MOSSOP POTTARFF.
Jan 14, '54.
A . M. ITTT.T. " TVT -o nr, ....
"3 , :-. - viic ii-aioii.
citl Teeth, from one to a full" aeLm.nn.
ted in the most approved modern styla.
Filling, Filing, and Cleaning done with oar
and neatness. . ' ! - - i-..
Teeth extracted with all tho care and dispatch
modern science can furnish.
DR. HILLS, can always be found at his office,
as he is now devoting hi, "whole attention to hig
profession. - June 14, '54.
TT ERO S COMMERCIAL HOTEL. No. IS, South
sLi Sixth St. Philadelphia. The subscriber has
recently enlarged and fitted up his house, and is
now enabled to compete successfully, with any ej
tMhlishnicnt in the City. His orus are comfort
able and weR ventilated, and his table furnished
with the beat in the market. He respectfully oli
cits the largo circle of his Clearfield friends jo give,
him a call when they visit the city. - .
JACOB Q. LEBO.
Jnne 13, 1854. ly. '- . . j .
TVEW FIRM . PATTON A SHOWERS would
L lniorui the public that they have just opened
a new and splendid assortment of Goods of every
variety, at the old stand of II. D. Pattos at Cur
wecsviilc. At their store may be found, almost
everything adapted to the wants and necessities of
the people of this region'. - Dress-goods. Lawns.
Laces. Gloves. Cloths, Cassimercs, Clothing, il.it.
Caps, Boots. Shoes. Ac. Ac, of the best quality and
at the lowest prices.
Also a splendid assortment of Hardware, Queens
ware and Groceries-.'
They invite all persons to give thorn a call, ful
ly assured they will be able to render entire satis
faction. II. D. PATTON,
E. A. HIITEL.
" Curwensville, June 15. 1R54-Ir. -
OHN R. MORROW, Cabinet Maker, Shop oppo-
J site Si. L.. tnurcn, Llearhcld, I'a. keeps con
stantly on hand and make to order, rdl k'snds of
Furniture, such as Tea Tables, Card Tables. Cen
tre Tables. Sofas, Spring Seated Chairs, Beds'eds,
Bureaus, Wash Stands. Cupboard. Safes. Ac Ac.
Collins made on the shortest nctiee. and .Fucrr
als attended. . JOHN R. MORROW.
Juno 13, 1S54. ly. .
THE RED FLAG VICTORIOUS. The Blood
Red Banner floats in triumph on the "Old Cor
7ter Siore.'r where A. M. Hills has just opened the
cheapest and most splendid assortment of Goods,
ever displayed before this community, and exactly
adapted to their many and various neccssisies.
Every vnriet3- of Hats, ftps. Bonnets. Boo'ts.
Shoes, Clotiis, Cassinicrcs. ar.d all other kinds of
dry-goods, that arc unapproachable bv anT other
simitar articles, either i;i beauty of style, quality.
Also an excellent assortment of Groceries, Ilarl
ware. Ktone and Queecsware, with fsncy articles
Ho defies competition, and invites all persons ?
give him a call at the "Old Conrcr," which has tru
ly become tho -Bazarr' of Clearfield.
Every attention will bo shown to cusfcamcrs and
visitors, and no pains will bo spared to send all
smiling away, loaded wi:h his beautiful and valua
ble goods, never surpassed in Clearfield.
A. M. HILLS.
Clearfield. June 15, 1S54 ly.
EW GOODS AT THE CASH STORE. The
subscriber has just recti ved a large and well
selected stock of GOODS of almost every descrip
tion suitable to the season, -nhich he is selling off
at extremely low prices. He respectfully invi'es
the attention of all who wish to buy good Goods at
the lowest prices, to call at the sign of tha '-Cliean-rft
Country produce of almost every discriplion ta
ken at market prices in exchange for goods.
Persons wishing to pun.-ha'-e. and receive a fair
equivalent for their racney, will da well to givs
li i ri a call.
Kci;K-ri;cr the sign of the CHEAPEST GOODS,
on Market street, au I call ad be convin-.: 1 that
there is tiii'h in the words therein inscribe I.
Jnne 1.1. ! 754. WM. F. IRWIN.
stork of S. A.
CITY DRUG STORE. The
cd having purchased the cn'iro
Martin, would take this method of
Natives," ii'ui the public ganeritllr,
that Drugs and
family medicines of all kinls.nd
in fact every thing that is generally kept in a
Drug Store.eau be bad at this csta'uiishmezit cheap
er than at any other in tho cor.nTry. Thi cstao
lishmcct will be under the inau:;gC!ei:t of e::e
that has experience, and is wc!! acquainted with
medicine, and is also competant to prcoribe for
all thoic that may require the advice of a Physi
cian. JAMES M. MARTIN.
P. S. A private Office attached.
JUST ARRIVED the splendid stock c
Cassinicrcs. Vestinsrs. i'rimiuir.rs. Ac.
purchased by the Subscriber, w hich he wiil s?'.l or
make up to order, in (be most fiu-hioubIe and du
rable ni.iiiner. at his store ia -Shaw"s Low." Tho
material and -fits' warranted No charge for show
ing his cheap and beautiful goods.
Ho would inform the trade in Clearfield, that ho
is che :iuiiiorizcd agent for Devcres London and
June 27. 1S54.
OHN B.TJS5ELL & CO. TANNERS A CURRI-
Co.. Pa., keep constantly cn hand an excellent as
sortment of leather, which they offer for salo at the
lowest cash prices. Cash paid for hides.
July 15, 1S54.
LR. CARTER Dealer in stoves, bar-iron.
nails, and castings of all kinds. Also plows,
and other agricultural utensils. On Second Street,
under the Republican Office. Sane 15, !54-ly.
TTJT ARRIS. n.ALE A CO Wholesale DnrcoiSTS.
JLjL No. 259, Market Street, North side between
sixth and seventh. Philade'phia. Drugs, Medi
cines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines. Surgical In
struments. Druggist's Glassware, Window Glass,
Paints, Oils, Dyes',' Perfumery. Ac, Ac.
JOHN HARRIS, M. P.
JOHN M. HALE,
E. B. OR BISON.
June 15, 1754-ly.
TVTEW FIRM. HARTSHORN A McCRACH
il EN, have just opened a new and splendid as
sortment of goods of every variety, at the old
stand of D. W. ROBINS A CO., Lumber city, Clear
field co.. Pa.
They invite the public to give them a call, and
feel assured they will be able to render entire sat
isfaction. Lumber. Hides." Rags, Grain, and all
other kinds of produce taken in exchange.
August 0, 1S54. THOS. McCRACKEN.
OOI) A CO Extensive ury-gooas ueaiers, ro
1 -W-V - T
1S7, Market St., Fhiladclpma. Kcp constant
ly on hand a I arse, splendid, ana cneap smck oi
the most fashionable and elegant gooJs. They in
vite country Merchants to call and examine their
splendid assortment, before purchasing elsewhere.
. June 15, IS51-ly. - - . -; .-'
HANSELL A SON, Manafc-
turers and Importers of SaddlerV, and Sad
dlery Hardware. No. 23 Market Street, Bhiladcl-
phia. Saddles. Bridles. Harness. Trunks, Y'hips,
Saddle Bags. Bridle Filling, Bits, Stirrups, Buckles,
Carpet Bags, ect. June 15. '54-ly.
CAUTION. All persons are hereby cautioned
against purchasing, or in any way meddling
with a two horso wagon and a - pair of bob. sleds
ov in the possession of P.'H. Booz, as the said
property bilongs to me and is in his possession
loauonly. JOHN BRVbAKER.
September 20, 1854. ...--
T. LANE A CO. Wholesalo Clothing Store.
No 171. M.irlrt Sfroet. Every variety cf
ready made Clothing, in the most fashionable striae
constantly on hand. June U, a4ty.
Barrel Fish, for Ml - the Cheio Btoc
TAR.The nr.derstgvpd has just "fve nd
will keep for sale, at hf e
a enperior article of tar tfEORG2 ORB
Clearfield, July 5, l&M "
Angrust 9, 18 W. .