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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF CLEARFIELD COUN
TY, FOIl 1855.
JOHN McPHERSON, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in account with
aid County, from the 3d day of January, A. 1). 1855, to tho 8th day of
Januarv. A. D. 135G.
To Balance due County by Treasurer at last settlement, S103S 85
To am't received from Collectors for 1855, and previous years, 4719 64
To am't received oa Unseated. Lands for 1354 and 1855, l'J7 90
By amount paid Jurors,
" ' Election Expenses,
For YVo!f and Fox Scalps,
. " For Commonwealth costs,
' " County Commissioners,
" - For repairs of Public Buildings.
" " Proth'y and Clerk of Sessions,
" " Moore fc Wilson, for Printing,
" "If. B. Swoopo, " "
" ' ' For Jail Fees,
" ' CourtcricrandcareofC.il.
' " " District Attorney,
. . Coroner and Inquisitions,
" " For Justice Fees,
Clerk to Commissioners,
" County Auditors,
m i y0I Hoad Views,
c - Exonerations,
For Fuel for County,
ic Commissioners' counsel,
.ii For books and stationery,
' .c c " On Chest Bridge contract,
Treasurer's per contage on receiving S4917 all per ct.
Treasurer's per oontago on paying i-6013 all per ct.
Balance duo Treasurer by county,
Amount of State
' - Jordan,
Car wens ville,
and County Tax and Mil
a tut previous years.
Jam os Rea. Jr.
William Bloom, Sr.
"William L. Moore,
Didie Hugueny, .
William Wiley .1
James II. Turner,
John P. Hoyt.
William Graham, J I.
John J. Bundy,
J. F. Lee,
Joseph A. Caldwell,
William L. Kishcl,
V. B. Holt,
. William T. Gilbert,
Samuel J. Toier,
Ashley M. Hills,
Benjamin F. Sterling,
O. 11. Lamb,
T. It. M Clure,
Goorge Wilson, Jr.,
Geo. B. Goodlander,
J. B. Goruiont,
Thomas J. M'Cullongh,
Charles M Cracken,
ilia Fines due for 1855,
County. State. Militia.
151 07 67 75
1 75 4 69 44 00
2 35 21 08
17 61 23 50
1 62 33 00
T7 32 50
13 40 11 00
11 19 29 00
5 09 29 00
3 15 8 29 7 00
30 01 16 23
13 14 11 03 7 50
31 61 41 33 -25 00
6 01 29 53 12 05
2 79 24 59 20 00
45 71 47 58
35 17 19 50
10 13 10 93 17 50
3 68 9 72 12 50
9 74 17 54
63 14 13 37 31 00
10 10 19 50
6 10 23 50
66 04 71 88 15 50
46 54 117 54 17 00
16 25 10 54 1 33
6 99 3 34 10 04
3 4S 68 4 50
53 43 53 03 13 50
64 48 10S 40 33 50
159 76 H5 57 44 00
44 34 115 2S 33 00
1.92 13 24 8 00
20 19 2 33 27 50
215 03 143 17 17 00
101 25 68 50 19 00
105 39 75 42 13 00
253 11 197 25 34 23
77 50 81 22 47 50
177 02 119 47 95 00
21 27 90 24 34 00
97 79 56 89 46 00
200 11 159 03 36 00
49 51 65 79 18 50
67 32 66 64 13 00
77 27 77 19 25 00
John J. Bundy,
James E. Graham,
Aaron C. Tate,
Total am't due from Collector, for 1855, and
Amount due on Unsoated Lands,
3418 3413076 22;1593S8
JOHN M'PHERSON. Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, m
Account tcith the different Tounships far Road Fund
for the years 1S54 and 1855.
To balance due Koal Fund last Settlement, . 5oo4 ol
am't ree'd from Unseated Lands for 1851 and 1855, 374 88
Bt Am't naid Twn" Balance duo Twp a.
Balanco duo Townships,
. 48 GS
. 1 80
JOHN MPIIERSON, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in
Account with the different To.nnships for School Fund
for the years 1354 and 1855.
To amouut due School Fund last Settlement, $1,4G1 46
" " ree'd from Unseated Lands lor 1854 and 1835, 828 C9
Bv Am't paid Twp's. Balance duo Twp's.
Balanco duo Townshipsr
1396 23Balanco duo, 393 02
We. the undersigned, Commissioners of Clearfield County, in tbo Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, having examined the accounts of John McPherson.
Esq.. Treasurer of said county, for the year A. D. 1855. do certify that wo
find them as above stated, the amount of debts outstanding duo tho county,
are six thousand nine hundred nnil seventy four dollars and forty six cents.
Witness our hands at Clearfield this 12th day of January, A. D. 1855.
Attest, ROBERT MAIIAFIvEY, )
It. J. Wallace, DAVID ROSS, County Com-
Clcrk. JACOB WILHELM, ) missioncrs.
We, the undersigned. Auditors of Clearfield County, having examined the
accounts of John Mcl'herson. Esq., Treasurer of said county, for tho year
1855, do report that they aro as above stated. The amount duo tho Treasu
rer by the County is Two hundred and fifty one dollars and forty eight cents,
the amount due the Road Fund by Treasurer is one hundred and forty three
dollars and forty cents, the amount due the School Fund is Threo hundred
and ninety three dollars enl sixty two cents, and also the amount due from
Collectors and Unseated Lands, is six thousand nino hundred and seventy
four dollars and forty six cents.
Witness our hands this 12th day 'of Januarv A.D. 1856.
Attest, J. H. SEYLER. )
R. J. Wallace, GEO. WALTERS, County
GIVE TIIE3I A TRIAL: SILVER'S
PLASTIC PAINTS -.-CHEAP, B URA
JJ LE AND PRUT EC TIVE.
WEATHER & FIRE-PROOF.
These Paints will stand any climate, without
crack or blister, and harden by exposure; thus
making in time an enamel of Stone, protecting
Wood troin deeay, and Iron and other metals from
rust and corrosion. They differ essentially from
the so-called Mineral Paints of the day, which are
principally Ochres, and Clays, and are entirely
worthless. ,, , r
SILVER'S Flastic Taints are purely ME XAL
JC. containing no Aluuiin or Clay.
They are levigated finely, mix readily with Lin
seed Oil. (without the trouble of grinding and
flow under the brush as freelp as the best White
Lead, and excel all others in body or covering
nrnnvrtips nun notind of which Will COVCr as lUUCb
surface as two pounds of White Lead, reducing the
cost two-tmrus. J.ncre aresixuisuuui zvivio,
Olive, Light Brown, Light Chocolate,
Black, I Dark Do. Deep Do.
All equally valuable as a preservative, and par
ticuiarly adapted to painting the outside of
BUILDINGS, FENCES, STEAMBOATS, CARS,
TIN AND IRON WORKS.
Remember! Exposure hardens aud increases
the durability of these PRISTS.
DIRECTIONS Mix irith pure Unseed Oil, as
thicily as possible, as the Paint is the lasting or
protecting Ooity, anil the oil stmpiy me meawm,
or ageut in spreading it.
FRENCH" A RICHARDS
Gbxeual Wholesale Agents,
IT. W. corner Tenth and Market Street!,
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, Dry and Ground
in Oil, by Sam'l Beblix, Tyrone City, Pa.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines Paints, Oils, Brushes,
W indow Ulass, etc lug. u, jj.
GULICn & DENSER, would respectfully
inform the citizens of Clearfield, and public
generally that they have entered into co-partner-fhip
CABINET MAKING BUSINESS,
and keen constant Iv on hands, and manufacture
to order, at the lowest prices, every variety of
furniture, consisting ot
Dining, Breakfast, and Centre Tables, Sewing,
Writing, and Wash-Stands, Mahogany, and
Common Bcd-sleads ;
.Mahogony and Cane-bottomed Chairs, Bureaus,
fcofas. Lounges, Ac, Ac.
Coffins made and funerals attended on the short
est notice, with a neat hearse, and appropriate
House Painting done on the shortest notice.
Shop and Ware-rooms, same as formerly occupi
ed by John G-ulich, taearly opposite the 'Jew Stoi e,'
Clearfield. Pa JOHN GULICn,
May 22, '55.-ly. DANIEL BENNER.
BLACKBERRY BRANDY, for the cure of Chol
era Morbus,' Dysentary and all other diseases
of the stomach and bowels, for sale by R Mossop
BOOTS A SHOES. A large and splendid assort
ment of La lies', Gentlcmens' and Childrens1
Boots and Shocsypr gale at Mossop'g. Jn. 13.
ACKEREL, HERRING and CODFISH, at tha
store of . yn. is.j w . r. in. wijn'.
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ISTOFCJRAND JURORS FOR FEB
t KUARY TERM, 1850.
CLOCKS of every variety and price, from ne
hours to 14 days, for sale by
June 27, '55. A. M niLLS.
LADIES' IlandkerchieJs, all Linncn. for sale by
June I3j '55. R. MOSSOP.
ONFECTIONARIES a "leete the slides t" as
sortment this Borouch ever could boast of. lit.
June 27, '55.) A. M. HILLS.
USLTN, at 5 cents per yard, at Mossop's cheap
.cash store. - June 13, '55.
BACON A good lot of Hams and Shouldersat
June 20.1 " W. F. IRWIN'S
M. S. Lu ram ado.
D. N. "Heath,
James G. Williams,
A. G Welch,
Win. 11. Mercer,
Matt- M Cullough,
LIST OF TRAVERS JURORS FOR
FEBRUARY' TERM, 1850.
S. B. Dillcr,
D. F. Etiweilcr,
J. B. Segnen,
C. L. Worrell,
William Graham, jr.,
Wm. A. Reed,
Wm. T. Irwin,
Wm. M. Hartman,
Wm. P Smeal.
O. P. Wilder,
J. Ferguson, of James,
Jos. G. Russel,
J. F. Coder.
To amso r.
Farmer A agt do
rTURRAII FOR KANSAS ! The Blood
11 Red Banner floats in triumph on the 'Old Cor
ner Store," 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 necessities. .
1HTS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, BONNETTS, CAS
SI MERES, CLOTHS. DRESS GOODS, TOIL
ET ARTICLES. DE LANES, PRINTS,
GLOVES, HARDWARE. STONE and
QUEENS WARE, GROCERIES,
with fancy articles ad infinitum.
Clearfield, June 20. 1S55. A. M. HILLS.
Juniata St., Tyrone City, Pa.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS. MEDTCINF.S, TAINTS,
OILS. DYE STUFFS. WINDOW GLASS,
VIALS, PERFUMERY, Ac, Ac
Having Just opened an extensive assortment of
these articles.Physicians will find it to their advan
tage to give him a call, and examine his Stock be
fore ordering from the Eastern Cities; and Coun
try Merchants can also be accommodated with all
the Essences, Tinctures. Patent Medicines, Ac,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL, at lowest prices.
IVsHe hopes by strict attention to business, and
a desire to please, to merit a share of public pat
ronage. April 25, 1855
THE GOOD INTENT HOTEL,
The Subscriber would inform his friends and the
public that he has just refitted and rc-furnished his
house and is preparedto render every attention to
the travelling community.
His bar contains liquors of tho first quality, and
his tablo will always do supplied with tho best in
He respectfully solicits his friends and others to
give him a eall. WM. R. FLEMMING.
August 1, 1855.
K. WU1CI1T, MERCHANT, and EXTEX-
SIVE DEALER IN LUMBER, Second Street,
one door south of bis rcnidcnco, Clearfield, Pa.
llearncld, JUareh H, ISjj.
JOHN RUSSELL & CO.,
TANNERS AND CURRIERS,
lennville, Clearfield Co., Pa.,
Keep constantly on hand an excellent assortment
of leather, which thev offer for sale at the lowest
July lo, lbJ4
Hides taken in exchange.
II os ton ;
Luiub enn en. do
Clearfield, January 23, J 850.
J TYRONE CITY,
lias just opened a large and splendid assortment
NEW GOODS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Of every description and quality,
which be is selling off at tho lowest prices ever
known in this region of Country,
DRY-GOODS, HARD tV QUEENSWARE,
HATS iV CAPS. BOOTS ir SHOES.
GROCERIES tV CONFECTION.LRIES,
AT CITY PRICES.
He invites his Clearfield friends to give him
a call, and exchange their rags, lumber, shingles,
and every variety of produce, for the cheapest
and best goods, to be had west of Philadelphia.
xco. sj, iojj. ly.
imm nm at list!
LATEST ARRIVAL FR02I THE EAST.
RR. WELCH, has just returned from tho City
with a new and splendid assortment of
Watches, Jewelry, and Silver-ware tho largest,
est and cheapest ever brought into Clearfield con-
sisting of hunting and open-faced gold and silver
watches, gold lockets, gold chains, gold l'cns, rings,
breast-pins, spectacles, silver forks, bracelets, sleeve
buttons, cuff pins, car rings, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Hatches and jewelry repaired on the shortest
notice. June n, 'oo.
REMOVAL: Tho undersigned begs leve to
inform his friends that he has removed his
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
from "Shaw's Row," to his new building opposite
the Office of James Wrigly. and two doors south of
the Office U. R. Barrett. Esq.
He still keeps constantly on hands, every varie
ty of Ladies slippers, gaiters, pnuips. Ac. Men's
fancy shoes and gaiters, with an excellent assort
ment of heavy work, all adapted to the various
wants of the people of Clearfield. Ho hopes his
friends will call at his NEW STORE, and ex
amine his Stock.
Boots and Shoes maJo to order, and mending
done os heretofore. ISAAC JOUNSTCN.
Clearfield, June 27, 1S55.
DAVID S. PLOTNER Respectfully informs
his old friends and the public, that ho h.-is
obta ined the services of a good Cutter and work
roan as a foreman in the tailoring business, and
ho is now prepared to attend to any orders in his
Line of work on the most accommodating tcrms.and
short notice, and will have clothing on hand at all
times, such as dress coats, frock coats, vests, and
pantaloons of their own manufacture, and good
material at tho lowest prices. With a wish to ac
commodate, he solicits a share of patronage.
New Washington. May 9, 1855.
BLACKSMITIIING The subscriber would
inform the public that he has taken the Black
smith Shop formerly occupied by George Orr. on
the corner of Third and Main streets, in the bor
ough of Clearfield where ho carries on the business
in all its various branches.
June 6, 1 855.-1 y
IHILIPSB URG HOTEL: Tho subscriber
. would inform his friends in Clearfield, and tho
public generally that he has enlarged and refitted
his house, and is now enabled to compete success
fully with any Hotel in the country. No pnins
will be spared to render his guests comfortable.
His table shall always be supplied with the best
the market can afford, and his charges moderate.
He respectfully invites his friends and others to
give him a call. . DAVID JOHNSTON.
Philipsburg Jan. 31.1855. 1 y.
TYRONE LIVERY STABLE The sub
scriber, having removed his Livery Stable
from Curwensville to Tyrone City, begs leave to
his friends and the public, that ho is at all times
Erepared to supply them with Horses, carriages,
uggics. and other vehicles on hire, at the most
reasonable terms. Inquire at the '-Citv Hotel."
Tyrone, January 31, 1855.-Cmo.
J"dlIN TROUTMAN, House, Sign and Orna
mcntal Painter. Glaiier, Chair maker and
Paper Hanger, offers his services to tho citizens of
Clearfield and vicinity.
Shop on Market St., just below the Foundry.
CHAIRS, LOUNGES. SOFAS, ROCKING
CHAIRS, OTTOMANS, tyc,
kept constantly on hand and made to order, equal
in beauty to any that can be obtained from tho
East, and more durablo in material.
Aug 1, 1855.
AVE YOU SEEN SAM? The subscriber
wuuiainiorm ma old friends and tho public
generally, that he still continues to keep a house
of entertainment in New Washington where those
uo can wun mm wm receive every attention,
and bo made comfortable.
Good stabling, and every other convenience for
horses, on the premises. DAVID S. PLOTNER.
New Washington, Jan. 31, 1855.
EREGE DELAINES.-A superior article o
Bcrege Delaines in dress patterns, at 25 cents
per yard, never sold in this county before for less
than 50 cents at ; RICHARD MOSSOP'S.
June 13, '5j.
".AP CLOTHING. A large lot of Cheap Clo
thing, Men a and Boys, for sale cheap, by
June 13. 55. urnu tt mAoonn
BLACKBERRY BRANDY. A certain oure for
the Dysentary, for sale by
June 13, '55. RICHARD MOSSOP.
Large assortment of Stone ware at tho store of
Jnne 18-1 , W. F.IRWIN.
ANTILLAS A larco lothf T.ndien' and Chil
dren's Mantillas for sale at Mossop'g Cheap
Juno 13., U.
BOKER, BROTHERS ft JONES,
3cs. 138 & 160, Market Street,
Importers and manufacturers of City and
EASTERN MADE BOOTS AND SHOES.
Also, every variety of French and English Shoo
Lastings, Patent Leather, Kid and Calf-skins,
Shoe Laces, Gallons, Bindings, Ac,
suitable for manufacturers.
Also, Foreign and Domestic Straw and Silk Eon
nets, Leghorn, Panama, and Palm-Leaf Hnts,
English, French, and American artificial
Flowers, Oil Silk. Straw Trimmings,
Having removed to our new Store, No. 158 A IfiO
Market Street, below 5th, South Side, up stairs, we
invite your attention to our large and varied Stock
of Straw Goods, Boots and Shoes, which we are
preparing for the approaching Fall Sales.
All our Goods being exclusively of our own di
rct Importation and Manufacture, we feel 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.
BOkEU, BRUTUERS JONES,
Nov. 8, lS54.-ly. Philadelphia.
BROOK. TYSON A -REHN Wholesale Dry
Good's Store, No. U6, Market Street. Philadel
phia. Aug. 1, l)j.-ly.
OOD NEWS ! Wholesale Store opened in
vJT Tyrone City, whero anybody who wants
cheap eoods can purchaso. The subscriber has jst
opened a largo and well selected stock of Goods in
Corner of Logan and Juniata Sts.
Ho has on hands and will constantly keep a large
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Clothing, Hardware, Qncciisware Drugs,
of all kinds, consisting of
Potatoes, Bacon, Fruit, Beans. Flour, Wheat,
Corn meal, Ac, Ac
Alt BATS. IE m SC..
And he hereby gives notico tha he will sell his
goods as low as they can be purchased in any town
or connty this side of Philadelphia, and will take
Boards. Shingles, or even money in exchange.
July 4, !55. F. M. BELL.
GOING IT ALONE. The undersigned hav
ing taken to himself the store formerly own
ed by Patchin A Swan, takes pleasure in informing
his friends and the nublic generally, that ho has
just received from the city a splendid assortment of
Vrj Goods, Hardware, yucensware, urocencs,
Confcctlonarics, Hats and Caps, Boots
and every thing else usually kept in a country
store. Persons wishing to buy cheap and good
Goods should not forget that he is determined not
to he undersold by r any store inthe county. His
motto is 'a nimble renny rathe man a slow six-
Dcnco. o- v x-ixvmh-.
Glen Hope, July 5, 1S54
NELSON ft CO.,
Morris Township, Clearfield Co., Pa.,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of that vi
cinity that they keep constantly on hand a largo
Dry Goods, Hard-Ware, Qiteensinare, Grorerie,
Confictionaries, Hats t!j- Caps, Boots If Shoes,
and all other articles usually kept in a country
store, which thev aro determined to sell low for
cash, conntry'producc, or lumber.
August 1, lb JO.
I .EXCHANGE HOTEL, PHILIPSBURG.
i The subscriber, thankful for past favors,
would respectfully solicit a continuance of tho lib
eral patronage bestowed upon his House by tho
Public He is prepared to accommodate water
men, editors, drovers, and all others who may call
with him, in the very best manner.
He also purposes to run a line of Hacks from
Tyrone to Clearfield, for tho accommodation of the
travelling public. -J. G. RUNK.
Philpsburg, March 14. 1855.-tf.
NEW MILL At tbeOld Pioneer Mills on tho
Moshannon. in Morris township. The sub
scribcr has jusTeompleted a large new Grist Mill.
wJiich is in successful operation. Grain f all
kinds bought, stored, aud sold on commission.
A PPT.TCAXTS FOR BOUNTY LANDS
Under the late net of Consress. will find the
subscriber fully prepared, with Wanks, forms, Ac,
to assist mem in procuring tncir warrants.
I'mco two doors eastoi Journal "'nice, up stairs,
Mar. 28, :55. II. RI CHER SWoOPE.
FTUTOS. J. MrCULLOUGII, ATTORNEY AT
A LAW and DISTRICT ATTORNEY, Clearfield,
Pa., may be found at his office in Shaw's Row,
four doors west of the '-Mansion House." Deeds
and other legal instruments prepared with prompt
ness and accuracy. Feb. 13 ly.
BARRETT & LAR RIMER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
having entered into copartnership in the practice
of their profession, will faithfully attend to all
business entrusted to their care in Clearfield cun
tv. (1. R. BARRETT,
J. H. LARIMER.
Clearfield, July 19, 1855.-1 v.
ATTORNEY- AT LAW.
Two doors East of Journal office. Up stairs.
Dec 1. 18.iL
F JACKSON CHANS,
Li. A TTORNEY AT LAW,
'Office adjoining his residence, on Second St.
August 1, 1S55.
JAMES B1DDLE GORDON,
AT TOR NE Y AT LA W,
Office in the room adjoining, on tho East, tho
Drug Store, of Dr. 11. Lorrain. Ho may bo con
sulted in French and German.
August 1, 1855.-1 y.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office nearly opposite tho Court House
August 1, iS55.
B. M'EN ALLY,
Practices in Clearfield and adjoining counties.
Office nearly opposite Judge W right's store.
August 1, 1S55.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, "
Office in the room adjoining on the West, tho
Storo of Wm. F. Irwin.
August 1. 1855.
JOHN II. -MULLEN,
Frenchville, Clearfield County, Pa.,
Having rented the property and situation of Dr.
F. Hoops, tenders his professional services to tho
citizens o Frenchville, and vicinity. Office, one
door east of Lutr's store, Frenchville.
May 22, '55.-6m.
DR. B. r. AKLEY,
Grafiampton, Clearfield County. Pa.,
tenders his professional services to the inhabitants
of Grahainpton and surrounding country he can
at all times bo found at hi3 Office, directly oppo
site Mr. J. B. Graham's store, when not profes.
flinnnllv nncpnerorf f A 1,1 55.
j i i
A, M "HILLS, D. D. S. OfSco adjoin
ing his Store, Clearfield, Pa. Artifi
cial Teeth, from one to a full set, moun
ted in the most approved modern style.
Filling, Filing, and doming done with care
Teeth extracted with allho care and dispatch
modern scienee can furnish.
DR. HILLS, can always bo found at his office
as be is now devoting his whole -attmtion to his
profession. fJune 20, M.
The attention of the public is invited to the c
tensive manufectory aud ware-room of the subvri-
flce 1RO V Im F". vV rnUh' tLe Sh0rtest no
tice, IKON RAIDING, of every description, for
CEMETRIES, PUBLIC A PRIVATE BUILD
INGS, Also. VERANDAHS. BALCONIES
FOUNTAINS. SETTEES, CHAIRS '
LIONS, DOGS, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac, '
and other Ornamental Iron Work of a decorative
character, all of which is executed wilh thses-rc. '
view of pleasing tho tasto, whilo they combine U
requisites of beauty and substantial construotioc
Purchasers may rely on having all articles earo
fully boxed and shipped to their place of JestiLa
tion. A .book of designs will be sent to those h
wish to make a selection. ROBERT WOOD,
Ridge Avenue below Spirng Garrden St..
Oct.6, '55.-3m.) iy w Philadelphia
OXRAD & WALTON,
255 MurVct c-..r
Importers and Dealers in
. IRON, NJILS, 4-c., $c.
They respectfully invito tho people f Cltm
neld, to continue their favors.
OUNT VERNON HOUSE,
No. 59, North Second Street,
The undersigned having taken the old woIV
kuown house, which has been renovated and re
modeled throughout, respectfully solicits his Clear
field friends to give him a call on their visits to
The furniture is all new, and hag been solected
with caro from Henkles well known establishment
in Chestnut Street, and is of the latest and most
The location for Merchants and others coming
to the city is convenient, being in the centre of
business. 1. L. BARRETT,
Aug. 1, 1855.-ly. . Proprietor.
AURIS, ORBISON & CO., "
No. 259, Market St., North side between 6th A 7th,
Philadelphia. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Pat
ent Medicines, Surgical Instruments, Druggist's
Glassware, Window Glass, Paints, Oils, Dyes, Per
fumery, Ac, Ac. JOHN HARRIS, M. D
E. B. ORBISON,
Aug." 1, '55.-1 . 1 J. SHARSWOOD.
RUSSELL ft SCIIOTT,
- Hob. 138 Market St., 5 Merchant St.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
DRUGS, CHEMICULS, fc.
They respectfully invite their Cloafiold friend
to givo them a call. Jan. 17, '55.-ly.
HOOD A CO Extensive Dry-goods Dealers, No,
187. Market St.. Philadelphia, keen constant-
Iv on hand a larrre. snlcndid. and rhpan atrwh nt
the most fashionable and elegant goods. They in
vi to country Merchants to call and examine their
splendid assortment, before purchasing elsewhere.
t71LLIAM S. HANSELL A SON, Manufao
? T turers and Importers of Saddlery, and Sad
dlery Hardware, No. 2-J Market Street. Bhiladel
phia. Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Trunks, Whip
Snddlo Bags, Bridle Filling, Bits, Stirrups. Buckle
Carpet Bags, ect. Aug. 1, '55.-ly
BEIDLEMAN A HAY WARD Wholesale Gro
cers. Tea Dealers, and Commission Merchant
No. 273, Market Street, Philadelphia.
D. BE IP ELM AN,
Aug.l,lS55.-Iy. A. HAY WARD,
AT. LANE A CO. Wholesalo ClothingStor
No. 171. Market Street. Every varietyof
ready made Clothing, in tho most fashionable stria
constantly on hand. Aug. 1, '55.-ly.
GEORGE J. WEAVER A CO.. No. 19 North Wa
ter Street. Philadelphia, Dealers in Camel
chain, Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Ropes. Bed-cord
Clothes-lines, Ac, Ac Aug. 1, lS55.-ly.
ISAAC M. ASHTON Hat Store, No. 173
Market St.. Philadelnhia. Hats. Cans. Fun.
Ac, of every variety, and the best quality alway
on hand. I Aug. 1. 1Sj5.-1v.
GEORGE W. COLL AD AY, Conveyance
and Land Agent, No. 3. Goldsmith Hall,
Philadelphia, will faithfully attend to all busines
entrusted to his care. I Aug. 1, 1855.-ly.
CALEB COPE A CO, No. 183. Market St., Phila
delphia. Dealers in Linens, White Goods, Ho
sicry. French. English and German Silk Goods, L
ccs. Gloves, Bolting Cloths, Ac. Aug. 1, '55.-ly.
13AUL & TAYLOR.
No. 255 Karket Street,
II'e always on hand, at their Wholesale W
house. a large assortment of
the Newest Style of
BOOT, SHOE. AND STRAW GOODS.
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
All their goods being of their own direct Im
portation and Manufacture, they aro enablod t
offer superior inducements to Merchants laying In
WM. W. PAUL,
N. G. TAYLQR-
Dec 1. IS54. ly.
A VISE'S CHEAP WATCH AND JEWELRY
STORE, No. 72 North Secoxd Street, oppo
site, the Mount Vernon House,) Philadelphia.
Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled, IS K. cases.
Silver Lever do., do.; Silver Lcpine, do.; Quartier;
Gold Spectacles, Silver do.; Silver Table Spoons,
Silver Desert do. ; Silver Tea do. ; Gold Pens and
Gold Cases; Gold Pens and Silver do.: togethe
with a variety of fine Gold Jewelry, Gold Curb,
Guard and Fob Chains. All goods warranted to
be as represented. Watches and Jewelry, repai
ed in the best manner.
Also, Masonic Marks, Tins, Ac, mado to order.
N. B. All orders sent by mail or otherwise,
will bo punctually attended t'o.
Ilis motto is: ' Small Profits and Qaick Sale "
Philadelphia, April 25, 1855.
Y. KUSIITON & CO.,
243 Harket Street,
Importers and Dealers in Earthen-Waro, China.
Glass, and Queens Ware,
Opposite the Red Lion Hotel. Philadelphia.
11 J. Y. RUSHTON,
J. C. HOPKINS.
Nov. 8, 51.-ly. KOBT. STILSON.
KOONS, II EI L.M AN ft CO.,
No. 107 NORTH THIRD ST.,
In Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods'.
FiAh Door below Race.
AMOS G. HE1LMAN
Thiladolphia, May 16, 1855.-ly
OWELL ft CO., " -
176 Market Street,
Wholesale Dealers ix Hats. Caps. Furs, 4
between 5th and 6th St., PfillaJclphia.
Jan. 17, 1855. 'J
ARTIN, MORRELL & CO.,
(Late OLIVER MARTIN A CO.)
Importers and' Dealers in HOSIERY, TRIM
MINGS. COMBS. BRUSHES, FANCY GOODS, Ac.
Ho. 24 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
M. T. MARTIN. CHAS. H. IIAMR1CK,
DAM'L J. MORRELL, G. R. PEDDLE,
Dec 5, '54. SANDRSON R. MARTIN.
17JRISMUTII & BROTHER rr
Ifo. 105 N. Third Street, five ffoors below Bce
Nor. 20, '54 ThnaxwiA.