Raftsman's journal. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1854-1948, October 17, 1855, Image 3

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Ended the political excitement."
Slightly lid -Suva" last Tuesday,
Siei the Hon. Lynn Boyd, of Kent-sky.
Chilly the weather and the election returns.
In a fix the man that broke the "staff of life."
Still prevailing the yellow fever in Leuisiana.
Abating the fever in Norfolk and Portsmouth.
Pleasant the election returns to the Demo
crats. '
i'Vocou Brown'i kicking inula . It performs
Qirfei the election in this place. The effect of
the "Jug Law."
Extensive the potato rot in Wisconsin. It
cant beat Clearfield.
Winterish the weather last week. Enowcd on
1'riday and Saturday.
propitious the weather on Saturday evenirg,
for the Catholic Jubilee.
Awful'. The mortality, in Norfolk alone, has
now reached two thousand !
Ntatty executed job work, of every variety, at
thisofiee. Give us a trial. j
Delightful the sensation produced by thcnew3
thatyou're liok'd like blazes.
Comfortable buffalo robes,, over coats, coal
fires, and hot whiskey punch.
Hippy 'sorrel-top.' lie's in his element. Wc
Lopo he wont bust his -'gartker !"
Very rich the pcrfurmar.ee of ;sorrel-top' at the
Catholic Jubilee on Saturday night.
Long the faces of some of our American f liends.
Checr up boys better luck next time.
Dead the Hon- Samuel 1). Hubbard, Post Mas
tor General under President I illumrc.
Jn JViutkiugtou Santa Anua. as the gttcit of
Gen. Armstrong, the present Mexican Minister.
Elected Tom STica. Coroner. Having nothing
else, wc suppose well be allowed to 'crow' over
Accident. A little son of Mr. Shircy. down tin;
river; was run over by a horse on Saturday, and J
badly injured.
An eclipe. A total eclipse of the moon will
take place on Thursday the 20, ist. visible in
orth and South America.
Coming fast the "melancholy days' Green
things are fading, moscjectoes are dead ripe, and
chesnuts are coming to town.
A itetc 'production ' It is said Grace Green
wood is about to 'produce' a second edition of tho
'Little- Pi!griia'T bound iu linen.
Ussiest those type we bought to print a glori
ous victory with this fall. If our neighbors down
town want them, they are at their service. ' '
Something to crote over the election cf Tola
diea, to the very high, powerful, and responsible
t Eeo of "Coroner. " Tom's 'a sour.d egg.'
lit men the two carpenters working in the
street opposite our office. They're 'sumo pump
kins." the one with the white hat especially
iW" arrival ai J. & II. D. Triton's Store in
Curwonsviile. Call ted ace what is said to bo 'be
largest andbost assortment of goods ever brought
to Clearfiold.
ZTnuecesxxry. Seme body in Philadelphia L.-u
feet us a -Ticket'' for 'Salt River.' Our frioiais
need cot trouble themee'ves. us we got a -F:eu
rs3"oa Tucsljy.
High. Jenkins says that the "drift"' of a speak
er remarks fao heard the other night were high-,
tr thanany snowbank he ever saw. Probably the
fcpeaicr was -some.''
Alupud the proposed amendment to the Con
stitution of Connecticut, reoulriug that every , vo
ter must be able to read, by an overwhelming ma.
joslty of the people..
I'cr' zii.i our sa V
p'.ioa 1 ist an 1 j b work.
uem along v.e nre room ur a ic, iuuio oi
iae soit. V'e suspect 2Cewu:fcn Tdd'.s. wid
the a
get the red shirt this year.
IiiPiit male much -old scr::tcb-bdi:r:.i.
Sciarmpting ths meeting at Ca.-wei.rii!!.: t!u
r.ight before the election. He'd be'.icr have siuid
ax homo watching fr mackerel.
IS'evt. The Pope is seCering from an incurable
disease, and it is said LouU Napoleon has his eye
upon the Papal chair for his Cousin, Lucion I-ona-
parte, who is to be made a Cardinal.
Short crop. There is ashort corn eroji ia France,
aud it i3 proposed to adopt free trade, so as to rea
der importations less onerous. Franco will prove
a great market for bread-stuffs this year.
Wanted some -buck wheat" for our Salt Rive
trip. A little fresh butter would be ea.iily ac
ceptable. Wiil some of our happy Demoaratio
friends furnish it at the highest price for cash ?
Illuminated ilonircal. on the r.igbt of th r? 4:h
icst., in honor of the victory at Sebr.t ope! f ive
columns of the "Montreal Herald,' are occurs.--!
ia describing the transparencies used on iLat occa
sion. Won't do it fotnc of the opposition want us to
hollow -enough." No sir-eel That's not in your
breeches. You may knook us down, but we'll get
up again, and we'll give you, next fa'.!, a harder
fight than ever.
The Stat Fair. The j'rojcos!s of the s.ds Vd
tickets for the four days exhibifian of the late
State Fair amounted to over SV-'O'b The expen
ses, however, incurred, will fall but little siurt of
this amount.
Improper. Mr. Mason the American Minister at
Paaris attended the Te. Heuni in honor of the eap
ure of fcbastopol. though the Ministers of all
tothor .neutral powers were absent. Mr. Mason
ought to have aeted with similar propriety.
ThcJZlertion in Kansas. Tho Missourianshave
been holding their usual ficticious election in Kan
sas, pursuant to an act of the ficticious Legislature.
They have polled a heavy vote for their o wn can
didate, Whitfield, for Congress. The Free State
party did not vote. - - ' '
An improvement. louaray Itobbins is fitting up
an oyster saloon across the way, where he will
furnish, during the winter, bivalves of the very
first quality. Tommy i3 an enterprising man. and
deaerv'es to be encouraged, lie will oon provide
food for both mind and stomach. '
Jtibihe int Brady. The Locofoco Anti-jng-law-ites
had a grand jubilee in Brady on Saturday
nigni, ai wmcn lae i.uinersourg l-.seulapius de-
liverod himielf. "Sam" and the "Raftsman'e Jour- i trict of Columbia, vice Jud:re Cranch, deccas
naP.wer burned in effigy. The procession drew Mr- IL lias scl ve1 Con?tcs8-, and was,
.- j.-u,- ....t-i.-yt.x, ' . r. .A dnrino- IV.lk's administration, the representa-
" v u uuuuio jjie uuiiusiw juvng s xioiei, wnen Cant.
n , . " . 4 , A .- r ,
uo u-t. .uiei inarsnati.
supplied the entire crowd with whiskey ! Asplen -
did performance J ' - .
I C. Com. iJ .Senate
Clearfield Borough,
Curwensville "
Brady Township,
Bell "
Burnside "
Decatur .
Karthaus .
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C7- Americans in Italics. Democrats in lismnn. I w.vi
For the Raftsman's Journal.
Coiiiio:; Schools. The County Super! fc! .'1
der,t vill meet, the School.Directors and P-i.l.-c.iuts
(or teaching as lollows : Cm wcus. i!;e
Borough and Piks Township, on Friday IlUii, 1
o'clocU, P. M.. at the sc!io! iionsein Cunv;jis
ville. Cartimns, Goshen, Girard avid Covir.g
ton, will meet 'at th - scho-l house, n-:;r
Preneliville at the turnpike i w.d.oii Suturd.iy.
1 o'clock, P. M. 0:1 th 2,Uh. Oa :4u::d,iy 22 I, j
at Lutliersluirg sehool house, vi A. M. i: ;
Tuesday. 23 1. at LumherviUe, 1 o clock P.
M. trli Vrednesday, 21th, at Kylortown. 10 ,
o'clock, A. M. On'rnd.iy, 20th, :it Gleuiioj.v?, :
at 1 o'clock, P. M. S.turdy, 27th, at rv
Va8!sinstyn 1 o'clock. On Tiuirs 1 .iy.2-itli, at
the Town Ilall, in Clearfield, at 1 o'clock, P. Jf. j
All applicants lor t.u-hing are desirod to;
come l'orward at. tlie public exaininatio js, that
the Directors and Citizens may see, hear. ;;:;u .
know their qualilicAtions. Teachers w'.-.o hoi 1 ,
temporary eertificutes of last year, will com-.' ;
lor ward and 'nave their certiiic.ites roue wed. j
It is honed they have improved,' and v.!!! :
conn Letter prepared, and will obtain a big.,- 1
cr grado of cettiiieate than tiiey did last ytv.r. '
Tiiere are many teachers employed lro;n nec.s- ;
sity, because better arcs not to bo found. Cer
tificates will be given according to tjualiiic
tions, and none need expect hi.ii.T than U:ey
merit. Tcaeliers who hav; nt improved, will
have their certificates male lower in rr.ide
fr.o Iojil' as ttuv inanifeat no interest in their
v - " 5 -
liiprovecient and their pupils) uut
.ortbl-'ss. ami will be cast oil' as wv.t
itil the:
it to t
A teacher who understands only the simple
Eu.zlish branches imperfeetly, and wid not .
study to improve himself so as to impart j
knowledge to bis pupils in a way they can mi- j
derstamt, is unht to teaeli una govern n sc'm.i ; 1
and s'sor.id be reiected bv every !i-tra o
rectors that Pave t!ie good of the coinmirnty
at heart, and wisi: the chiUren taught cor
rectly in their first lesions of ortliej-rapliy,
spelling and readi::?. Errors once m.nl? and
est iblisiiod, are li.trd to correct, t'n'-t ini
I roasiotis are 1:1 o: lust I n;--. and :f cliiidrcn -re
t -.u-l.t err-.us, it is douid-a li".."r to orrcct
them, llenee it iV.'.oWa th.-.t a gi.id t. aehcr is
wi rth douldj that of a j -our oa.- : for uliat is
once do'.ie, is w(-':' d.eu, vA m t lot to
the pupils. Citizens are invited to attend all
public e x a m i : 1 a t i o 1 1 3 .
Teachers may expect a thorough examina
tion on all tl.a branches Ihey jind'es-j to teach,
and I hope will ome prepared IV-r it.
A. T. SCiiiiVVri,
C-,nv-'v Zn-cn.i:.',.kn: (fVlcr-iVJl, Pa.
"Oiri.r CatT.mss.'" thtrtny Fern
writes is i'ollov, s in the Sat. I-lvta.itvt Fust :
Here is a '.TUn.arv scliool ; what a ht of
liti'.a ra;r.L-e-l r.rchii.s are crow din r in
1 step i'l'H'.ie'lv Ri.ioti, them
ni ?
thav take
their placas in swats terraced o'i on.' fttve an
other so that oae'd Kttlo face is' disthietirely
vi .-'.do. Wh-at a pretty siht '. an 1 liow natuiv
lvts to ca:nieiisatj ! sending beauty i th
hovoK deioriuiiy to the hall. Thero's a l.-t.y.
nw, i:i that ragged j ickc-t who is a study for
an artist. See "his" bread, ample -forehead :
mark how his dark eye glows ; and that little
tiirl at bis side, whoso e,'aes:rat curls dn-'ip so
gracefully over her soft (ringed cy,. and dim
pled shots! lavs. And that dmam-child in yon
der corner, with Idns-voined, transpariiul tem
p'es. wliosa spiritual eyes, even new. c 1:1 see
that fadeless saor to which bright antr-'ls beclc
v.i hint- Deal gently with Iiim 'te is passing
away ! Here comes the teacher, brisk, angular
and sharp voiced. Jloavon pity Cue children !
I already experience a mental shiver. Now
she comes up and says (apcdog'..-tically to my
new satin cloak) "you see, madam, these are
only poor children." The loading creature!
Lucky for her that I am cot "A n omn.ittee."
Can't her dull eyes recognize God's image in
linsev-woolsev ? Can site see no genius writ-
tan in yonder broad forehead? Z'.'o poetry
slumbering in yonder sweet eyes ? Did '-"ran!-: -lin.
Clay and Webster study their alphabet in
silk ami velvet ? She ought to be promoted
to the dignity of toe-nail polisher to Queen
Victoria ! Now she hands me a book in which
visiters' names are inscribed ; and requests me
to writ mine. Oertitnly. OJrs. .joan .Smiths
there it is. Hope she likes it as well as I do !
Ar.cu3ts;iop IIcgues En"ior.i.- Pri-sip-nt
Pikuce. During a recent speech in Canadi
this Copisli prelate endorsed Franklin I'ierco
an.i his administration :
'-The distinguished individual who now oc
cupies the position of Chief Magistrate of tlie
American nation is worthy of the office he
fills. He had the honor of knowing, him, and
he was proud to say there was no ground i'or
reproach against liim, or against the party
with whom he acts."
TnK TUFFEHrHT Kis'ns or ice. Professor
Agjssiz tims describes the difTerent kinds of
ice: First, he says, is that produced by the
freezings of th surface of the water and sr.c
enssive lavers of water beneath it a lamina
ted, schistose mass. Into this bubbles from.
the bottom of the pond were frequently fro
zen. Glacier ice is formed like puduingstone,
compact masses being cemented together, so
that when a large lump ot glacier ice is ex
posed to the heat of the sun it will crumble in
pieces. Icebergs can be determined to be
driven from glaciers, and not.to bo the frozen
surface of the oean, by - their conglomerate
composition. . e" - . '. -
- C3p'ITon'. Gr.o. W. Hopkins, of Virginia,
has been annotated Chief Justice of the. Cir
cuit Gonrt of the United States, for the Dis-
r , . t , i .,, j ; , I
tive of our government at Portugal, :u.d is
i now Qp .f thg j,,,! Gf the Superior Court
j f the state of Virginia.' The influence of
Mr. Wise is to he seen in this appointment.
Assembly f D. Att'y.j!
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r-nrcuihcr 27. ult., bv J. W. Wright.
curia twi;
to J-iIj"? -'.i. if
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Mr Vi'iMI 't Kilii'!,i:. to
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lit.!:, all if Ii-'Iiana county P.
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c'..!. ! r:d a-!;o:ri.Tr Ooi-.r.tic-. en terms hs liberal
.: '.'v',i!t tb -suVrv of be Oilman.
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Crr.'ar.tiit.-.n, Oct.
V .SALIL The undersigned will sell
rl li e .lon:ie ot aohn t.-r inam. . r.. m.i n
n lira 'Co-1 township on ?d nalay ihe lat
lav of
. PCil-
XlTCltC. and o:h -r vor?o:i.al i-ropcvty.
,!)MN';!tAHAM.Jr.. A ffj
2;:h iy.
'Vy'not to pureba?
ail "prsons :ire beicby notified,
. or liave anything to do with a
certain no, p. uatou -!.-; i-ui 1 mi
od i.v -io.-coh Fe-ei?. and Mase Raily. in favor o.
3iov'i-l Labo ird. as the undersigned has received
no cmisideration for (he pa:nt. a-ed will not pay i
unless eotnpei'cd by law. .I'J.IiPii PL f Li-...
Curwensville. fcpt. 2o, l.?55.
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WOTICK : As 1 am about leaving the (Vanity.
I'll the books. :iotnnd accounts of tho late f.rm
of D. W. ltobbin .'cCo. are placed in the hands .p
Thomas McCracken one of the firm, an 1 Thomas
Henry Esq. for collection, all persons will please
come'forward and save costs.
Al-o the accounts ar.d notes of Robbins & -ien-det
hall are left with Thomas Henry Esq. for col
lection. D.-W. lt-.C!tlN?.
September 2a. 183a.
V.r. JihfiV. Sr.'t list tte. Whereas, Lotter
of Administration upon the Estate of H corse .
ltheem. Sr.. larc of Clearfield, dc-eased. have been
granted to the subscribers. All persons indebted
to the said Estate are requested to make immedi
ate payment, and those bavins claims cr, demands
n ."a wist the Ks'a'e of the said deceased, will inase
kooMn the same, without dcla v. to the underpinn
ed. 1.Y1HA KilFKM. Adm'x.
ilVJX W. KilEEM. Jr., Adm'r.
I iPThe undersigned having taken the Shop oc
cupied bv his hue rather, respectfully announce
to the public rh;it he will continue to manufacture
and solicits a continuance or tbo liberal patronage
heretofore extended " GEO. V. ItllLErd. Jr.
Clearfield, August 2s.
-i A beautiful and well sc'iee-
JMa,li'A rijp ted u.soruneut just receiv
ed snd for sale by Sept. a, AT. F. I it WIN.
:. r- . -zt) A large assortment just tc
.-I'jlCCo qIj eeivcd'at very low prices
by'"''pSdpt..i - - w. F. 1RV"1N5 ?
fur sale, at the store of
A. M. 11 n.LS.
? TCt.'S.
i ACDN A good lot of Ilaius and shoulders ri,
Lirs.2. - W. F. TVK'S.
Treasurer. Co. Com.; j Auditor.
Coroner, jj
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leave to inform the citizen? of
.'fc3 ClearucM ana vieiuity tnat n
'iyiurr cu.i.1 a; tlio bank of ilobcrt Ower.H.
laiio ej:st of ton n. where ho will have -on
wiuler. a lot of lirt rato coal, wl-ien no
.-ell ift the low rate of
at tLfV-mk. . - . -Oi'-ltrj
f.r coal can t o hi
C:t,.r.1v!d. Sept. 2. lia
at Mrr.ti.er5 Storo.
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,,, h e re as 1 ,t ! rs
c-f A d : a i n : r a t i: a upon Use i.sate 01 .101:11 im
h: ia. Sr.. Pi"? of i'-a-ifonl township ('iearfiebi cc.
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4 l:-:...win i'heruelvus t n iebted to sai l E
i .- rcp'.',;'e i t. make immediate- payment.
,s.- Ii -.i v i n c'oiin-" e.f.iusi- said K state, will
' ;h' :i! ; j .ipe.ly aalhvntieated.
H.hs are left ia the hands of John OraLam.
r.. i
a )
r-l ;:'A:iAM. Jr., )
Cle '-.-!; S
the subscriber, a boy to fif-
t a ui e;
tvi.-n vears ot ae. t- toarn toe
i.i. !..:! ornamental painting
M be m.Tif ininmdiatidv.
J UN T.i'MjTfdAN.
I.). i-.3"); St.
an 1 c:
i".r luak
.i ;
10a ...o
'Vfj; or Jim: ;smjitillan, bl:-
'KA.-'-;:i. : !.euer- of Adininistra tior.b nviii
ranted to the un l"r-i.jr.e 1 on the t-stu
"!,:!!:;, . 1 Uuri!ide township.
e oi
!. i;iei.v ? hereby sHon to all v.ha have ae-
a :!'-', c-r.il c ..to present thorn da'y
:.'!.-.: -Ct'oi- sc-Ultiiicnt. and all who know
.... i,....,bted to the will coaio for-
ia I i jiiI a thoir aseonnis itmnediately.
. I K AK; il' aiiAUAUviil, A lm'r,
:r;':e'd. S?n:. ia. -.).. et.
.1 .-. v.
he Ors
:i be c
":- r i!
j;:so o
I' liT SAId'. T'nder an or-
:.-iu's Court of Cleariield Coun
at pablie sale, on V,"ed
h. A. 15. Hj5. at 2 o'clock, P.
e ,;t h P
;cis. in tn-r-uoron iu
I e i'.'. lowing premises, lab; the
:.-. de'd. vi:-: :
. i;aa- ia the Thorough of Co
-' ; t ..ur.ty. at the souiii . cast
i Thompson streets, eo-.t-ui:;:
i 1 out aa
- in d -
:-et. fifty f
!?b. ab.u.4
t ihtv fe-.-
et. am. ex'eii i
s t: 1 j ijotujiSn
- to a:: a!Iy.
r e j 1 1 .
lay ot sale.
.1 the bal
rr. eiTi:iriii--;tioa.
cuA.MS.:AdmV i. 11. n
1.-... ; i ir.r.
i-i v.rtp:.ic-i i
mi 1 is iViav.ds and the public th:
o su-e'dy
the wants of those who
1 '
Lira a, call.
tit i:Is .
t. r x
- li
ij.fr So-ath of Hemphill's Hotel, when
' serves up
AT - r - r- , --. - - f"-T!7 . i
.m l r:
red t...
li i
rro.dunentJ generally No pains will be sp.v
aconimo la'c Lis customers. Aag. 2s).
?.!.: .'illitliSLL d CASTS!?, would
tta the public, thatthoy have just opened
an 1 xtensivo
c..'i-p:-:u. :
'f.?a -
' r , ' i'-" ' f V rf
1 t'ae birou -h oi
l d,"
1j 72 A Jl
where Cacy are prepared to furnish at reduced pn
c s. cverv variety el" articles ia their Hue.
S.ecL'lie.r-iron. mii'.s. stoves of every variety.
Ploa rh:i a -id t inning u
cn-.dls. pumps of every
sen pttoii, s'ove pipe.
lie and s.::f seaiini
.'."lit t .usage cutlers, tun
cans kept constantly on
A'.I orders for eastings for Eiou.r xvliiis, ir-a
7-ViV.i ,tcwill be thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
lithi timilh iiil 10 Mil.
I hey are also prepared to receive every variety
of articles on commission, at a low pereenieirc.
L. ii. CAtlTEIi.
CIe--5eld, Sept. 10. 1355 ly.
eti AV-'-'i'.Th lf-Seali'-tj Can Jcs, f-Jr
Presar . 1". Fr SA I raiJE, fcc. This invention for
which a patent has been obtained, commends it
self to the attention of Housekeepers and others,
on account of it 5rre.1t simplicity, and the effectu
al manner in wbio'u it accomplished a very desi
rable and useful object.
The cans aud jars are constructed with a chan
nel nnmrd the mouth, ncrr the t ip. into whi"b
the fr:vu atsb. ..'.ady, This eharnel is filled with
a verv adhesive cctaeut. prepared for the purpose
and allowed to harden. In order to seal the ves
sel hermetically, it in on!( .is.cee.i'1-ry to h.t-U the.
rarer sUhOa. and vress it itit ntacr. '- It may bo
opened with as much ease as it isclosed, by slight
ly wiirmiii;; the top. The ordinary tin cans, used
idr tbo siiir.e numose for- which this is intended.
cannot be closed, nsis well known without the aid
of a. tincsr:-nre difficult to open, and are generally
so much injured in opening as to be useless for
tuture service. -
1 tt tlw xitiiTilo contrivance, tho process of her
n,iiii.i tpalin'i is nlaeed conveniently w ithin the
reach of every individual; and fruit, vegetables
and butter (if properly prepared) may be kcjd.
with their natural flavor unimpaired, tor an in
definite length of time. For sale by ,,','
MEltllELL & CARTER;, ,
Clearfield. Sept. 19. lr" tf.- i ,
-TEW tOODS: Tho undersigned bna justrc-.
ceived a large assortment of . ;
!ifa 'swa jn i
at his store in
which he offers for sale cheap for cash or country
produce., " - F. P.; HU11XTI1ALU
Scptertber 6, 1355. ' " ' "
FiiiE-ru-ocr v.
Jirtfe It
tT. for ssrlo at.
P.. Mt350T"iB.
XS. j. itoiirc K s'Si mv property in-, a vroii? i it
Blair Oo. I'a., c-oiumon!jr known as the ayroi;e
Citv Hotel. Comprising as follows: "
One large tlirce story brick house, Mxiy teet.
two fronts, and finished off in complete stylo. A
lar"o ami extensive statue, an exeeiienl wash
house nu'l other neecssarj out-buiI(Iin3. There
is also, on the cims Lots. one-frni Louse, with
out-buildin?3a:.aelicd, ut-w roiijin.' for oi-.e Lun
Iroii ar.d "ihirtv dollars per annaui. The whole
stiinrU jinon three rnluablu Lots as in the plot of
said town, and a fiords several very eligible Joc-;i-tious
for store, cfiiees. Ac., ic. The whule will be
sold on reasonable terms. And to any person, de
siring an investment, or speculation, now is the
. - . e.,ll 'VJi rol.
chauce. 1 rivaie rcasoca c;iu;f
vable projierty, whieh is every day increnstac in
value; Inquire cf Caleb (luver. or tlio subscriber
1 J. 1. STEWART.
Tyrone City.'Sept. 19, 3ji.-tf.
FALL AN O WINTnil GOODS. The sub-stiib'-r
l as ju?t received a large and well se-
ted stock of
'11 VI
nf !,i,nnt pvhv descrintion suitable to the season.
which he is selling off at extremely low prices, lie
resptetfullv biviti-s tho attention ot ali wno wish
fnm.T m-ir.ri CuvU .it the lowest prices, to call at
" ""J f .
the srgn vt the
Country pro laco of alnmt every diseriptiou fa
lcon nt market nriees in en-hanse for aoods.
. Persons wishing to purehase. and receive a fair
equivalent for their money, will 'do well to give
hiin a call. '
itenieuiber tbo sign of tbo CHEAPEST G(OI.S.
on M.iikct street, and eall and bo convinced that
there 13 truth in the words thereon inscribed.
VxM. '. 1KWIN.
September 5, 1855
To the citizens td ClearGchl The subscriber, re
spectfully irform them that he can sell them
With I'iv' mi- Furniture complete, tit t-te loir-
priee of $20 00, delivered at Tyrone Station.
War -a-tcS. ia orcvv ; a-rticirar.
F. i . Fit AN C I SC CP.
rSTIIIE .TCN'IATA CfK S.U)Vi; 20 of these
JL ius'lr eelebrated Stoves jnst reeeived.
This Stove is sanerseedir the Hathaway toner-
sot!S who want a stve that wiil burn a 1 ng stiek.
ai-.d eom-i at a lower nrico. This Stove is beav
t. bites- thick, and w ill bo warranted cqn.il to any
Ccoking Stove 10 use. I his . love w nl take a
tn.-o s't. k. Delivered at a vrone J-taimu tor 2-s
.-asm eoinrdc-te with l'i: c. 'i in .vvl Hallow waro.
.ft. tove
: wantii.1' Hoom, Parlor, atd 9-plato
c.in 't tlieni at a vory lo'.v rate. ).y
, tat::;x wbe?Ler it is for Parlor. Setting-room.
Hi- v.-but si 7.0 Mi.-k Ta use. Ae.. renuttinff us
the amour-t of :-aiue. and v.o wi',1 deliver the Ktove
in '.p.'od eoTidition at the l.e.vi-i
froi of obare-e F-
own It. Jt. -'.at:oii.
i vr rrroVK-s. from via to--S.r.. warranted to
ir i.iiTir-.iftifin. or returned a t m v exriense,
(iciivercl nt Tyrone. F. G i
"57)M:1.0?w ST'lVES, from --" io very large
v;n.ttt,. Smvi-.. from 2J. 25. 2d. 2. and .HI. at
-a.S:b ST. and si. F. C . Fit ANCiSCUS. .
Lewiston, Sept. 12- l'-a.
rrvlri" m:vistows-. stove wake
F. taAMift;i.N.-ii?f.
LUMiiWi taken in exchange
delivered at Tyrone.
QOannO i EKT Ot IC, w
Jlii.-Vi0 ed deiivtrcd at Tyrone stai
navable in Cash on delivery, by addressing
- - v. -. P'tAXCISCUS.
LV 'IBFlt, wint-
12. LV..',.j
Leuistown. l'a.
and i:ti:.
2 i
ier r- v, T-T7-7 q T
w v 1
Cc-rjlia'.s a."-d
tr Bi-
rrg lltiJieatf ! Ci-re l.
Dr L'-: i'':rx: oners to tbe-s n?
Tl...?.'ob:.s IN FAI.LT ;.'!,:". A I" HAL i
tvi from
wliioi have bvicn
of conftrinc'l !ea
vesitr.l ia uear.V ...i.ia! cases
firmed deafness, these remedies er:ut.c
did'erent courses lor lt? : ies ot tto mcrm. miu
,.n. t-.i ..-fr;-!, il cjir. isr.d L'ive been i-ronouui-cd
1.-- t!,n-:-- i-.-i.a ruts I :.;-.r:-?. Dis. Cramer, of Per
if,, i f:.i-;l. ami 1 Man. of i'.nis. Cnrt'N. Piljher and
Veai--!y of Lmdon. as being the M-.biT V. jNu3-.it-F!"t.
PiFFLCTC AL over app'io.i f-.-v dlsesses
of !!,o i;ier;if:l ud raid lie ear. Ur. LeK.. V
IiANT A CCbK in every easa where the car i
porfeetin formation. !!ebas ds.htjeu eerHaeatys
of cures from tho' v,-!o had been f'lOAF AXt
l-'CJ.' V: ar.d whte bearimr is row eompleiely re-
torcd tl'.Ui ate now o:::; ,t.'.i iu iiaui i.iir '--."ri' --s--
he nan:.-s of 2. 7. HI periuii vno Lave Deea cureu
vi'r. LoF.. r-.av t-e fe-m on gj-o'tealion. Pa
ds, bv ierdirga description f !e case, can
have rei
dios sent to any p:
ri o:
atts. .
In eae of r.meits aecnmulat ions 111 tne i-.ti'f'a-
cbain Tu'.e and Tyiup.tnum, ir.n uiniiatHni f t ;e
mucus nn-mbrai-.c. ntrv.'Us a.i- e'.i ui--, ui.-ca.--.- cn
the nienibraiie tympfi.i. called the drum." or
n t. '-.i-i dU.-as eaa be trace I to tho elseeis ot le-
vera or corns, too usf- 01 ion
or iner. nrtal
!!". 'u-me-. !rfl .tCilil-TS lu lii. I ill ill -iiiMii-u. "-
this 'trea'tuent ST VNi'S P:!EFM I NENT. When
the pu iit'.rv is dry ar.d sea.'y. with little or no
secreaoi. ; when the "de nines is accompanied wit
noise in the ear. like falling water, chirping ot
insects, ringing of bells, rustling of leaves, contin
ual pulsations." and discharge of matter, or when
ii stooping, ac:;slt:on is felt as if a rush of blood
to the head had t.iken place; when the hearing
is less aceuto in dull, cloudy weather, or when a
cold ,Ar. been taken, this method of treating the
disease in i i t'.-i'lt!1'. . ,
Pr. Lufwn is the only Oeeulist in too United
State who practices the new painless, and sua
eessful method in treating all the diseases to which
the eye is subject Vi here every other means
havo fniled to afford relief, ho asks from such a
fair and impartial trial.
TESTIMONY- Ibe undersigned practition
ers in medicine in the city of New York, having
bad frequent occasion to'witnrss tho practice of
i.irs. EelJrunn and Ibifton. in diseases of the Eur
and Eye. layirg aside, all professional jealousy,
freely admit, that the course pursued by them in
trcaiinj diseases of these delicate organs, from the
HMnr-fllded snecessfittendiiH . is well worth the
attention of our professional brethren throughout
the United States, feeling assured as we do. that
. .. ..t. .. :.. ..l :o.,. p..
Aural Surgery hf? not met witn tnat atienuoii
whieh its 'Importance demands. Their system of
treatir" diseases of the middle and internal Ear.
l,v T,r.,.lr.-:f Ytir-nrs." rartieul arly in chrome or
comoiieated eases, forras'a new era in the practice
cf Aural Surgery ; such cases yielding m almost
rr-ry in-" I nice to this ne:c mi !,", f I azmt.
This practice fills up a void which has long been
folt by the trenoral practitioner, enabling h.m to
cope, 'snreessfully Kith every ewe where perfect
formation exists. .
In diseases of the Eye. they seldom require t
resort to tlio operation. . .
As skillful Aurists and Oculists, ent nusiasucally
devoted to their profession, we cordially rwota,
wend them to such as mxy Tequire their aid
Si-ned. V. 1). MOTT. JL 1.
. V lELl. JM ..l". -'i- -'
.IAS. 1. Fit AX CIS, I. I).
New York. August 10. IS 19.
Students wishing to perfect CneraseUes ill this
branch of medical science, will End an opportu
nity of joininz the class at the Ear and Eye In
firmary of lr. L'clacy Lel'.runn. Cuion Place.
Clinioues every Tuesday and Friday alternooc,
fr.aii 1 till 3 o'clock, during Medical College terras.
TERMS 5 consultation fee; S10 tee to be
paid when tho hearing is restored to its original
acnteness. or when a watch can be heard to beat
at a distance of Its feet from ear-
Address Drs. LbBHI' ia l r -i v , mi
Place. New York City. -.
. j treatise on the nature and treatment
of 'Deafness and Disease of the Ear. with tho treat
ment of the Deaf and Dum price". ne ..ollar.
Ioncv letters must be registered by th
P.tstniosrer. ' Registered letters only are at our
ris'i ; please bear this in mind.. , 1
Crirrcxw.i-ienl must evcloxe pa-:tige for rrturn
v'r-er.'the "'" poxi'-g 'fate rfiptiritlg pre-pay
W.U G t li tierf. -. . .
Aug- 1, ISjj.
4 v
CtlSP, 181103 PR3TECTIVK: ,-
WBXmm &?lBBrPB00P.-)
Those Paints will stand any climate, without :
crack or blister, and harden oy exposure, u.,
making in time an enamel of fctone, protecting
WoiA irom decay, and Iroq and ohcr metals fmm
rust and corrosion. They differ essentially from .
the so-called Miueral Paints of toe day, which are .
j.riueipally Oehrcs, and Clays, and are ecureij r
worthies. T
SILVEiVS ITastie Taints are purely METAL- -
it', containing no Almuia or Clay. . ..
They are levigated finely, mix readily with Lin- j
seed Oil, (without the trouble of griudicg.Y and
iiow under tlie brusli as ireelp as tne dcsi nmw .
Lead, and excel all others iu body or covcrinjf , .
properties, one pound of which will cover as much
surface as two iioundsof White Ia?a I, reducing the
ust two-thirds." There are six distiuct rolora, vn: ,
Olire, I LiiitLrcwa, 1 Ligi.$ CACcola'o, .
Liaa:-:, Dark - Do. J Deep Bo. : t
All equally valuable fts 11 preservative, and par- -'
tieularly adaptej to painting the outside of- '
TIN AND IU0X WOliKS. -Rkm!:mbkr
! Expostire hardens aud tncreases -
ihs du rab.liiy o f these JSf- TS.
D J fl t'CTIO X,3li.r irith pure Linrel Oil, a
thUl-h; r?t poxitl'le, ox the I'atnt is the lasting or
protect hi n l-O'fy, out the oil simp'y the tnnHum, .
or aztU in fjr'ndtns it.
TT X7. corner Tenth and T-Tarket Street!, "
P 11 1 1 A D EL PHIA,
For sale. AVholesale and lletail. Pry and Ground
in Oil. by Sav 1- Berux, lyrons Ciy, l'a.
Dealer in Drugs, lleclieine Paints, Oils. Brushes,
Window Glass." A-e " Aug. la, 'j j.
tr-TiMv o."winlKPtV fliiniK! t tbo
j V " 1,1, T . . V 4 ' . ' . . , X... ' -
Old Corner Store of the uudercigned at .;-
C-- - . - ti f. r T T T T"
o ci i ! a ki , 1 I xi Ju . .
ILo lias just received the largest and best assort-
laau of Summer and 1 all Goods ever l;rouglit to
Ciearfie'.d; consisting of
Lrv (I oods. Hardware. Quecnsware, Gojeries, Cou .
feeUoiiaries. Hats and Cans. iooU
cad Shoes. Carpeting. Oil '
Cloth. Ae. "
Cloths, Casiiiicrcs,
Linens. Muslins. De Laines.
prims. Dress Silks, Bonnets. Shawls.
Mnmiiius. i iamres. Fancy Toilet articles. La
ces. Embroideries, and an endless variety of other
articles too numei oas to mention, all of whieh ho
otters at the lowest irieos ami on the easiest terms.
Aug. 1, L-Oa. J. & 11. LK l-.VItU.N.
jHAPINET MAuIMf. The undersigned
J would res pectiuiiy lulorm tne puojic. mat no
h:-.s taken the old stand oppoit the Methodist
'."hareh. known as
X O 11 11 o W 'S SHOP,
whrre he kaefs constatdly on hand and manufac
tures to order, cery variety of liousehold aud
Kite Leu
such as Tables, lltueaus. .afes, tHands Cupboards, .
sofa. Bedsteads, ic. of cverv style and variety.
j(.suca johnson. ;
CierrnoULPa., Aug. 15j3.
.T()TJCK The subscriber resj.ectfuUy informs
1 the citizens of Clearfield county, that he has
rented his Tannery to Johu Mc'laughcy. whom he
can recommend to" his customers as attentive and
obliging. Jiciilso respectfal.'y requests all persons
tocoiae iJi-v.ai-il and suitle tueir aecoants ns.nc is
... 1 - 1 .! ... . lTt.l.,a lolrntl
'ies-roes ot lo.-ntg up nu n-. ni.no "
on old accounts. - J HIX MoPlIEH&ON-
AUg. t; ljj. -
The undersigned respceU'ully announces that ho
has rcn'ed the
T A a a E !l V -
of John McPherson. where he will keep on hand a.
;n,i 1 n-.-oi tmciit of all kinds of leather, and hooes
by strict attention to meet a share of public patron--"'o
Leather exchanged, or cash pai l for hides.
. ,V1IN j.Ic iAC'JHI'Y
Ai.z- S.13..:. Cmn.
S "K VDli ll'LIC HAM. The subscribers beg
IJL lcuve io inform the publi- that they have
tattvhase l the patent right of Vv. i li. Douglass'
impraved Premium
f'fv Tt. 5ji
- -JJ- ? - v f-S ii- 'S-j 2j--jJlL,-y
r-. V. rf vi.-4sk "i-!1.. i - -."ij
for f iieir.g waiter up bill, for the Counties of Jcf
fe: '.- ui. Clearfield. Clarion. Crawford and Venango,
'ihev warrant the action of the Machine one
, .l-.: .r.r.T.. . 1 T W
ir iwiiea inere is susa-ieu.- v....
it.! if ordinarv attenfun is pail to it.
'! I: - '-'tanr' is a simple and effective machine
for forcing water to any required distiiu.ee or ele-
il'- iier U ilU H:n.,l ... t--i, v. w .
it is perfectly itr.plieable where IS inches
m be ha 1. tho' the greater the fall appli-
of fall can
raare powerful the operation of the machine.
nv ouantitv of eertilicates can fco obtained tcs-
ic :
ifvin -g tne superiority of this machine over every
other instrument for" f.Tc;ng water to a given ele
vation. '
Letters addressed to the subscribers at Curwens
ville. Clearfield Co.. Pa. will be promptly attend
August 15, lafi.-Smo.
L have just received a new and splendid assort
ment of goods at their store in
They invite the public to give them a call, rnd
feci as'sured they will bo able to rtsnder entire sat-irfa.-tion.
Lumber. Hides, Rags. Grain, and all
other kinds of produce taken in jux
t iibs. Mccracken.
Aug. 1, Hia.
rVT M W A U K I V A L. The undersigned has
just received a large stock of
adapted to the season, consisting of
CEDER-WARE. , , . , . ,
4c.. tc.
Graham ton, Aug. 22, ISiv. - . '
LEItiTEl7lTXNSTTT I'TE. Tho next
t rm of this Institution will ccraaacnca on ,
tho :ld of September, l&oa. -
All persons wishing to fit themselves far Teach- ;
ers. or other avocations in life, will here receive,
every desired facility and attention. A thorough
Classiepl and Mercantile course is hero given, on '
terms lower tf.an any other similar Institution, in
the State- . . ',.,,-'
Parents at a distance can obtain boarding for
their sons or daughters under the immediate care
of the Principal, where they wiil receive rare d- :
vantn-cs. with all the comfort- and pleasures o.
m,i-0!Tid their morals will be care.illy guarded. -
TS-e rate of tuition per quarter aro: Primary
r.nr';h Out High j;nglish. S0.00; Classics. ?5.(?0.
:.'ta'thcinatic3, above ALgcbra. ?3; French, Draw
ing, and Painting' j.cach
Further inforniation can ne had by addressing
W A CAMPRELL, pniscirAm :
Apr..f'55.J -Clearfield, Pa. ,
WANTED A YOUXG MAN to Lire by tins
f month. Cool wnges will be given to sui-.
tabic hand. Apply to . .
VM. IRVIN, Curwensville.
July 11. 135. ; '- ' '
A la?ge assortment just re
ceived and opened by '
A new stock jast received at
iJUlgfjjfRiESij Aug- 22.
ttr UTrtl AKD MOSSOP. has
'HA R 61,Va &j Jast received and opened
(rencral ass
scrtment of Hardware and Cutlery.
Aug. 22. -
t . stock iust rciTfl
'Aug. 22.
'.ii '