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RECEIPTS AXD EXPENDITURES OF CLEARFIELD COUX-
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JOHN McPHERSOX, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in account with
said County, from the d day of January. A. 1. 1855. to the 8th l3y of
To Balance duo County ty Treasurer at last settlement
To am't received from Collectors for, 1S05. and previous year,
To am't received on Unseated Land&ior 1851 and 1805,
SI 038 85
By amount paid Jurors, S16S7 42
" ' Election Expenses, 794 15
7 " " " Constables, 158 59
" " For Wolf and Fox Scalps, 201 72
" " " Assessors, 2o7 91
" . " " For Commonwealth costs, 273 57
" " " County Commissioners, 322 75
" " ' For repairs of Public Buildings. 8rt 98
" " ' Proth'y and Clerk of Sessions, 142 98
" " " Moore & Wilson, for Printing, J 50 00
' " " " H. B. Swone, " 50 00
" " " For Jail l ees, 277 87
" " " CourtcrierondeareofC.il. 74 40
" . " " District Attorney, 34 50
" " For Refunds, 31 74
" " Coroner and Inquisitions, lot 40
- - " For Justice Fees, 75
" " " Clerk to Commissioners, 211 25
" " County Auditors, 62 00
i n p-or Koad Views, 02 00
" " Exonerations. 214 05
' ' For Fuel for County, 78 00
" Commissioners' counsel, 30 00
--, . For books and stationery, 1157(5
- " " On Chest Bridge contract, IDS 00
Treasurer's per centage on receiving S4917 a li per ct. 73 75
Treasurer's per cental on paying $6043 a li per ct. 90 05
Balanco due Treasurer by county,
Amount of State
9 ' Jordan,
and Comity Tar and Mili
and previous years.
James Ben. Jr.
William Bloom. Sr.
William L. Moore.
William Wiley, l
James If. Turner,
John P. lloyt.
George W. Shoff.
William Graham, Jr.
John J. Bnndy,
J. F. Lee,
Joseph A. Caldwell,
William L. Rishel,
V. B. Holt.
William T. Gilbert,
Samuol J. Tozrr,
Ashley M. Hills.
Benjamin F. Sterling.
O. H. Lamb,
T. li. M'Cluro,
George Wilson, Jr.,
Geo. B. Goodlander,
J. B. Gorujont.
Thomas J. M'CuIlough,
tia Fines due for 1805,
County. State. Militia.
151 0" 67 75
1 70 4 69 44 00
2 30 21 08
17 61 2S 50
1 62 33 00
17 32 00
13 40 11 00
11 19 29 00
5 09 29 00
3 10 8 29 7 00
30 01 1(5 2
13 14 11 03 7 00
31 61 41 33 25 00
0 01 29 5:; 12 05
2 "9 21 09 20 00
40 71 47 OS
35 17 19 00
10 13 10 03 17 50
3 CS 9 72 12 00
9 T tf 17 54
03 11 13 37 31 00
10 10 19 00
6 10 23 00
f,r, 04 71 8ft! 15 00
If, 51 117 54 17 00
1G 20 10 54 1 33
C 99 3 34 10 01
3 4ft 63 4 50
03 43 53 OH 13 00
64 43 108 40 3S 50
109 70 H5 07 41 00
44 31 U0 28 33 00
1 92 13 2t 8 00
20 19 21 33 27 00
2I5 03 113 17 17 00
101 20 08 00 19 no
100 39 75 42 13 00
203 II 197 20 31 23
I 77 00 84 22, 47 00
j 177 02! 119 17 90 00
I 21 27 90 21- 3t M
97 7S) 00 89j 40 00
1 200 1 1 109 03 30 00
40 01 00 79 18 00
67 32 CO 61! 13 00
j 77 27 77 191 20 00
John J. Bundy,
James E. Graham,
11. M. lloyt,
Aaron C. Tate,
Total am't due from Collectors, for 1805, and
previous years, .
Amount due on Unseated Lands,
3418 34'3075 22,lo93 S3
3556 12 ' , .
JOHN M PHERSOX. Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in
Account with the different Townships for Road Fiend
for the years 1854 awl 1855.
DR. c - - f n.
To balance due Road Fund last Settlement, u
" am't ree'd from Unseated Lands for 1854 and 183-3, 374 88
By Am t paid Twp e. Balance duo lwp s
lieccana. oy j.
Ucll. 2G 88
Botrsrs, i 74 00
Brady. 6 08
Bnrnside, 2 oO
Covincton. 43 00
Chest, l 24 83
Decatur, I 2(J 00
Pike. 42 Gl 25 81
"Woodward, 43 90 G 50
Balance duo Townships,
JOIIX ZrPlIERSOX. Es7., Treasurer of Clmrfield Comity, in
Account with the different To.nn ships for School Fund
for the years 1S04 and 1800.
To amouut due School Fund last Settlement, $1,401 4G
" ree'd from Unseated Lands for 1854 and 1S55, 823 39
By Am't paid Twp's. Balance duo 1
Beccaria, 103 09 47 59
Bell, 58 57
Bogfrs, 20 05 9 0G
Bradford, 74 42 4 40
Bradv, 90 0 1 5 74 j
Burnsido. 8 Gl 3 00;
Clearfield, 9 7G
Chest, . 33 99 33 95 j
Covington, 25 75 20 13'
Decatur, 92 50 J 39 38 j
Ferguson, 14 92, OGi
Tox, I 84 OGi
Girard, 18 02 1 4G 71
Goshen, 20 GOj 2 95
Houston, 101 SO; 4G 80
Jordan, 139 GO! 3 05
Kaithaus, 40 C3 25 G5
Lawrence, 32 53! 2 39
.Morris, 317 4S
Penn, 13 39 j 21
Pike, 3G 21 7 72
Union, 27 14
Woodward, 53 47
Ealanco duo Townships,
UC9G 23 Balanco duo, ! 393 G2
We. the undersigned. Commissioners of Clearfield County, in th Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, having examined the accounts of John McPherson.
Es.. Treasurer of said county, for the year A. 1). 1800. do certify that wo
find them ns above stated, the amount of debts outstanding due the county,
are six thousand nine hundred and seventy four dollars and forty six cents.
Witness our hands at Clearfield this 12th day of January, A. 1. 106.
Attest. ROBERT MAHAFFEY, )
It. J. Wall vce, DAVID ROSS. VConntyCom-
Clerk. JACOB WILHELM, ) missioncrs.
We. the undersigned. Anditors of Clearfield County, having examined the
accounts of John .McPherson. Esq., Treasurer of said county, for the year
100. do report that they aro as above stated. The amount due the Treasu
rer by the County is Two hundred and fifty ono dollars and forty eight cents,
the arour.t due the Road Fund by Treasurer is one hundred and forty three
dollars and forty cents, the amount due the School Fund is Three hundred
and ninet3' three dollars cnl sixty two cents, and also the- amount due from
Collectors and Unseated Lands, is six thousand nine hundred and seventy
four dollars and forty six rents.
Witness our hands this 12tU Uay of Januarv A.D. 1S06.
Attest, -T. H. SEYLER. )
11. J. WALi.Arr.. GEO. V ALTERS, County
Clerk. FRANCIS PEARCE, 3 Auditors.
GIVE Til EM A TU I A L: SILVER'S
PLASTIC PAfXT. : CHEAP, DURA
BLE AXD PROTECTIVE.
WEATHER & IIB-PRODF.
These Painis wiil staled ai;y climate, wi iinut
crack or blister, ::nd harden by exposure; thus
making in time an enamel of Stone, proicetiug
Wood from decay, and Iron and ohcr metals from
ru?t and corrosion. They differ essentially from
the so-called .Mineral FaiuM of tlic day, which a.c
principally Ochres, and Clays, and are entirely
SILVER'S Plastic Paints are purely METALL
IC, containing uo Alnmin or Clay.
They are levigated finely, mix readily with Lin
seed Oil. (without the trouble of grinding. anil
flow under the brush as frcelp as the. best Whito
Lead, and excel all others in body or covering
properties, one pound of which will cover as mufb
surface as two pounds of White Leai, reducing the
cost two-thirds. There are six distinct colors, vii:
Olive, I LljhtErown, I LiLt Chocolate,
Black, I Dark Do. Deep Do.
All equally valuable as a preservative, and par-
tieaiarSy naapteu to painting uuiit "i
BUILDINGS, FENCES, STEAMBOATS, CARS,
TIN AND IRON WORKS.
Rextxcer ! Exposure hnnlens aud increases
the durubdily of these PJIXTS.
'DIRECTIOXS Mix irith pije Linked Oil, as
thickly as fmtsible, as the Paint is the. lost in? or
protecting Lody, and the, oil simply the mfdiitin,
or ageut in xiirrntms it.
General Wholesale Acests,
JT. W. corner Tenth and Market Streets,
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, Dry and Ground
in Oil, by Sam'l Berlin', Tyrone City, Pa.
Pcaler in Drug. Medicines, Paints, Oils, Brushes,
Window Glass, Xe. Aug. 10, '00.
GULICII & IJENAER, would respectfully
inform the citizens ef Clearfield, and public
generally that they have entered into co-partner-ghtD
CAD1XET MAKIXG EUSTXESS,
an.t keep constantly on hands, and manufacture
to oi W, at the lowest prices, every variety of
furnitu consiting ot
Dining, hial;fasf, aud Centre Tulles, Sewing,
Writing, an t Wash-Stands, Mahogany, and
-- Coi:;non Bed-steads ;
Mahoj, nnj Cai-bottomcd Chairs, Bureaus,
SofM. Lou.cs a5m jtt
Coffins ma.. d funert,, attenjei on tho short
est notice, win. x neat hcat a appropriate
accompanymcnts. . ' 11 f
House Pai nting done ,he elK tcst EotIee.
; cd by Job
lay jj.-iy. Ft
cMrruCTRV KRAXDV. for the euro or cSr
ft r...i.a Iivii.ni jm ami nil other diseusow
jm eiiJi",';-"j " -- - ,,
. of tho 8t6gh and bowels, for sale by U .Mossop
' WIS ASJIOES. A largo and splendid assort
JL3 uientof La lies', Gentlemecs' and Childrens'
- Boots and Shocsy'or sale at Mossop's. Jn. 13.
ACKEREL, HERRING and CODFISH, at tho
atoro of jn. n . r.
r'22, '05.-1 y. DANlEu,:E-
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Business men will find tho Telegrapa tho
verii best Ad vertising Medium in Pennsylvania.out
of the cities. Deo. 12, 'O0.-2t.
CLOCKS of every variety and price, from qo
hours to 14 days, for sale by
Juno 27, '00.1 A. M HILLS.
. : ! : -i
LADIES' Handkerchiefs, all Linnen. for sale by
June 13, '00. R. MOSSOP.
OONFECTION ARIES a -Icrtle the slicAest" as-
sorttnent this Borough ever could boast of, at
27, :00.) A. M. HILLS.
tb w-n. -' '- .
I l .TAN
cash ' ttt 0 cents per yard, at Mossop's cheap
1"; ' fDnwlVOO.
Juno 20. 1
Hams and Shouldersat
W. F. IRWIN'S.
tt ist oi-' t:u tn
SLd lll'ARV TER.M
M. S. Lummado,
D. N. "Heath,
James G. Williams,
A. G Welch,
Wm. II. Mercer,
Matt- M Cullough,
TT IST OF THAI
Z-d FEBRUAKV T
S B. Diller,
D. F. Etzwciler,
J. B. Scgner,
C. L. Worrell,
William Graham, jr.,
Win. A. Reed,
Wm. T. Irwin,
Wm. M. Hartman.
Wm. P Smeal,
O. P. Wilder.
J. Ferguson, of James,
Jos. G. Russl, .
Nathan Cleaver. .
Clearfield, January :
ERS JFROHS FOE
Farmer, Brady ;
Farmer, Burnside ;
To am so r,
Farmer 4 agt do
Lnmb erm an. do
HURRAH FOR KANSAS I The Blood
Red Banner floats in triumph on the 'Old Cor
ner Store," where A. M. Hills has just opened the
cheapest and most splendid nssortim-nt of Goods,
ever displayed before this community, and exactly
adapted to their many and various necessities.
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES, BOXNETTS. CAS
SIMERES. CLOTHS. DRESS GOODS. TOIL
ET ARTICLES, DK LANES. PRINTS,
GLOVES, HARDWARE. STONE and
QUEENS WARE, GROCERIES,
with fancy articles ad infinitum.
Clearfield, June 20. 1S00. A. M. HILLS.
Juniata St., Tyrans City, Pa.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS. MEDICINES. FAINTS,
OILS. DYE STUFFS. WINDOW GLASS,
VIALS, PERFUMERY, ic, Ac.
Having just opened an extensive assortment of
these jirticles.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 aud RETAIL, at tmrest pnees.
I'lle hopes by strict attention to business, and
a desire to please, to merit a share of publns pat
ronage, f April 20, 1300
THE GOOD INTENT HOTEL,
The Subscriber would inform bis friends and the
public that he has just refitted and re-furnihcd his
house and is preparedto render every attention to
the travelling community.
If ia bar ennhiins lirmors of the Cist onalitv. and
his table wiil always bo supplied with the best in
He rcspectfuliv solicits his friends and others to
rive him a call." WM. R. FLKMMING.
August 1, 1305.
KrvTuTrirrTMEiiciiANT. and EXTEN-
SIVE DEALER IN LUMBER, Second Street,
ono door south of his residence, Clearfield, Pa.
Clearfield, March 11, 1S00.
JOHN RUSSELL & CO.,
TAXXERS AXD CURRIERS,
Pcnnville, Clearfield Co., Pa.,
Keep constantly on hand an excellent assortment
of leather, which they ofl'cr for sale at the lowest
cash prices. Hides taken in exchange.
July 10, 1S04.
A P. OWENS,
Has just opened a large aud splendid assortment
NEW GOODS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Of every desonntion and quality,
which he is eel ling off at the lowest prices ever
known in this region ot Country,
DR r-OOODS. JTA R T. V QTTEEXSWARE,
HATS iV CAPS. ROOTS A- SHOES.
C ROC Eli I ES A- COX I--EC TIO XA R IE,
AT CITY PRICES.'
He invites his Clearfield friends to give him
a call, and exchange their rags, lumber, sh ingles,
and every variety of produce, for too rtir.M'EST
and best goods, to bo had wcrt of Philadcl2hi.i.
Feb. 21. Ib00. 1 v.
suit i nm ii m
STARTLING A N N O IT N C E 31 E N T -
LATEST ARRIVAL FEOH THE EAST.
TTJ R. WELCH, has just returned fp-:m the City
Jl with a new and splendid assortment of
Watches, Jewelry, and Silver-ware the largest,
acst and cheapest ever brought into Clearfield i-on-
sisting of hunting ami opcn-f.iced gold and silver
watches, gold lockets, gold chains, gold reus, rings,
breast-pins, spectacles. silver folks, bracelets, sleeve
buttons, cuff pins, ear rings, Ac. Ac, Ac.
w atehes ana jewelry repaired on the shortest
notice. I.June 6. :00.
REMOVAL : Tha undersigned begs leave to
inform his friends that he has removed Lis
BOOT AI7D SKOS STORE,
from "Shaw's Row," to his new building opposito
me vmce oi jnmes h rigiy. ana two aocis south 01
the Othce t. R. JJ Ann ett. tsq.
He still keeps coiutanflv on hands, everv varie
ty oi j.aaics suppers, gaiter?, pumps. vc. -Mens
fancy shoes and gaiters, with an excellent assort
ment of heavy work, all adapted to the various
wants of the people of Clearfield. He hopes his
friends will call at his NEW STORE, and ex
amine his Stock.
Boots and Shoes made to order, and mending
done as heretofore. ISAAC JOilNSTCN.
Clearfield. June 27, lS.'O.
D AVID S. PLOTNER Respectfully informs
bis old friends and the public, that he has
obta incd the services of a good Cutter and work
man ns a foreman in tho. tailoring business, and
ho is now prepared to attend to any orders in his
Line of work on the most accommodating terms. 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 palronngc.
New Washington. May 'J, 1S00.
LACKSMITIIING. The subscriber would
inform tho public that hehas taken tho Black
smith .hop formerly occupied by George Orr. on
tho corner of Third and Main street, in the bor
ough of Clearfield whore ho carries on the business
in all its various branches.
June 6. ISOO.-ly
IJHILlPSBURt; HOTEL: Tho subscriber
JL would inform his friends in Clearfield, and the
public generally that he has enlarged and refitted
his house, and is now enabled to compete suceess
fullly with any Hotel in the country. No pains
will be spared to render his guests comfortable.
His table shull always be supplied with the best
the market can afford, and his charges moderate.
Ho respectfully invites his friends ami others to
give him a call. DAVID JOHNSTON.
Phillpsburg Jan. SI. 1800. 1 y.
TYRONE LIVERY STABLE TheTub"
scribcr, having removed his Livery Stable
from Curwensville to Tyrono City, begs leave to
his friends and tho public, that ho is at all times
Ercparcd to supply them with Horses, carriages,
uggies. and other vehicles on hire, at the most
reasonable terms. Inquire at tho '-City Hotel.1'
T3Tone, January 31, ISOO.-Omo.
Oil. TKOHTMAX, House. Sign and Orna
9 mental Painter. Glazier, Chair inaker and
Paper Hanger, ofiers his services to the citizens of
Clearfield nnd vicinity.
Shop on Marlet St.. just belotr the Foundry.
CHAIRS, LOUXGES. SOFAS. ROCKIXG-
C HAIRS, OTTOMAXS, Ae.,
kept constantly on hand and made to order, equal
in beauty to any that can bo obtained from tho
East, nnd more durablo in material.
Aug. 1, 1300.
AVE YOU SEEN SAJIJ Tho subscriber
would inform his old friends and the public
generally, that he still continues to keep a houso
of entertainment in New Washington where those
who call with him will roceivo every attention,
and be made comfortable
Good stabling, and every other convenience for
horses, on tho premises. DAVID S. PLOTNER.
New Washington, Jan. 311800.
BEREGE DELAINES. A superior article o
Bercge Delaines in dress patterns, nt 20 cents
per yard, never sold in this county before for less
than 50 cents at RICHARD MOSSOP'S.
Juno 13, '50.
HEAP CLOTHING. A large lot of Cheap Clo
thing, Men's and Boys, for snlo cheap, by
Juno 13, '05. RICHARD MOSSOP.
LACKBERRY BRANDY. A certain cure for
' the Dvsentarv. for ante bv
June 13, '00. RICHARD MOSSOP.
V Largo assortment of Stono ware at the store of
June IS. i IRWIN.
MANTILLAS A largo lot of Ladies' and Chil
dron s Mantillas for sale at Mossop's Cheap
Cash Store. jWn, 5.
BOKER, BROTHERS & JONES,
Uo. 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,
Shoo Laces. Gallons, Bindings, Ac,
suitable for manufacturers.
Also, Foreign and Domestic Ftratr and Silk Bon
nets, Leghorn, Panama, apd Palm-Leaf Hats,
English, French, and American artificial
Flowers, Oil Silk, Straw Trimmings,
Having removed to our new Store, No. 15S A 160
Market Street, below 0th. South Side, up stairs, we
invite your attention to our large and varied fctocu
of Straw Goods, Boots and Shoes, which we aro
preparing for the approaching Fall Sales.
All our Goods being exclusively of our own di
rect Importation and Manufacture wo fpel confi
dent that our facilities are such that we can offer
you inducements as regards variety and prices of
Goods, unsurpassed by any houso in the eonntry.
BOKER. BROTHERS A JONES.
Nov. 8, lS04.-ly. Philadelphia.
TYSON A REHN Wholcsalo Dry
Good's Store, No. 140, Market Street. Philadel
phia. lAug. 1, 16J.-ly.
GOOD NEWS ! "VVholeale Store opened in
Tyrono City, where anybody who wants
cheap goods can purchase. The subscriber basj'.st
opened a large and cll selected stock of Goods in
T Y R ONE CITY,
Corner of Lojaa and Juniata Sti.
He has on hands and will constantly keep a large
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Clothing, Hardware, Qvcensware Drugs,
of all kinds, consisting of
Potatoes, Bacon, Fruit. Bean.?. Flour, Wheat,
Corn inca!. Ac. Ac.
ALS1 Bill Ml! SU M.
And he hereby gives notice' that he will sell his
goods as low as they can bo purchased in any town
or county this side of Philadelphia, and will take
Boards. Shingles, or even money in cxehan-rc
July 4. 0O.J F. M. BELL.
tTMnSli IT ALONE. The undersigned bav-
UT in-r taken to himself the store formerly own
ed by Putcbin Swan, takes pleasure in informing
his friends and the public generally, that hehas
just received from thecity a splendid assortment of
i. ' ' , . ir , ,.... ,
UTJ Ktotj is, nur'.iw arc, vucciift w ai tr, .jjwca,
Coiifcotionarics, Hats and Caps, Boots
and every thing elso usually kept in a eonntry
store,. Persons wishing to buy cheap and good
Goods should not forget that he is determined not
to be undersold by r any store intbe county. His
motto is '-a nimble penny rathe than n slow six
pence." S. C PATCH IN.
Glen Hope. July 5. 1304.
T P. NELSON & CO.,
9 Mjrris Ton-whip. Clearfield Co.. Pa..
Would respectfully inform the citizens of that vi
cinity that they keep constantly on hand a large
Dry Goo l.i, Htrd-H'are. Qnrensifare. G merries,
Coufectionaries. Hats A; Caps, Boots A- Shoes,
and all other articles usually kept in a country
store, which they aro determined to sell low for
cash, country'producc, or lumber.
August 1, 1"j0.
IXCnANUE HOTEL, 1111 LIPSBURO.
-J Tho subscriber, thankful for past favors,
would respectfully solicit a continuance of the lib
era! patronage bestowed upon his House by tha
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 nacks from
Tyrone to Clearfield, for the accommodation of the
travelling public. J. G. R.UNX.
I'h'ilpsburg. March 14. Ifi00.-tf.
JEW MILL At thcOId Pioneer Mills on tho
Moshannon, in Morris township. Tho sub
si-ribcr has just completed a largo new Grist Mill,
which is in successful operation. Grain of all
kinds bought, stored, aud sold on commission.
Dec 27. 04. HENRY GROE.
A P PLICA NTS FOR BOUNTY LANDS
-.A- Under the late act of Congress, will find tho
subscriber fully prepared, with blanks, forms, Ac,
to assist them in procuring their Warrants.
Office two doors ca5t of Journal Office, up stairs.
Mar. 2S, '00. 1 H. BUCHER SWoOPE.
PROFESSION A L
rBIIIOS. J. MrCULLOUtJII, ATTORNEY AT
J. LAW and DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Clearfield,
Pa., may bo found nt his office in Shaw's Rowj
four doors west of tho ' Mansion House." Deeds
and other legal instruments prepared with prompt
ness and accuracy. JFeb. 13 ly.
AifliETT & LAK RIMER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
having entered into copartnership in tho practice
of their profession, will faithfully attend to all
business entrusted to their care in Clearfield coun
ty. G. R. BARRETT,
J. H. LARIMER.
Clearfield. July 1?. ISOO.-lv.
ATTORXEY AT LAW.
Cle arfield, Va.
Two doors East of Journal office. Up stairs.
Dec. 1. 1S01.
y JACKSON" CRANS,
JLuU ATTORXEY AT LAW,
Ofiico adjoining his residence, on Second St.
August 1. Ii00.
JAMES BIDDLE CORDON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in the room adjoining, on tho Eat, the
Drug Store, of Dr. H. Lorrain. Ho may bo con
sulted in Fienrh and German.
August 1. 1300.-1 y.
J A. WALLACE,
AT TO li XE Y AT LAW
Ofiice nearly opposite tho Court House.
August 1, 1300.
f A TTORXEY A T LAW.
Practices in Clearfield and adjoining counties.
Office nearly opposite Judgo Wright's storo.
August 1. 1300.
ATTOR XE Y A T LA W,
Ofiice in tho room adjoining on tho West, the
Store of Wm. F. Irwin.
August 1. 1850.
OHX II. MULLEN,
PHYSIC I AX.
Frenrhvxlle. Clearfield County. Pa.,
Having rented the property and situation of Dr.
F. Hoops, tenders his professional services to the
citizens of Frenchville, and vicinity. Office, ono
door east of Lutz's storo. Frenchville.
May 22, 'OO.-f.m.
Grahainpton, Clearfield Counti Pa.,
tenders his professional services to the inhabitants
of Grahampton and surrounding country he can
at all times bo found at his Office, directly onno
sito Mr T Tf i . it
. ..... v. witujiu a Moru, wnen
sionally engaged. Apl. 20.
A. M. HILLS, D. D. P. Ofiico adjoin
ing his Store. Clearfield. Pa. Artifi
cial Teeth, from
d in the most approved modern style.
r tiling, i-Umg, and Cleaning dono with care
Teeth extracted with all the caro and dispatch
modern science can furnish.
DR. HILLS, can always bo found at his office,
as he is now devoting his whola ottemtion to hi
profusion. jnno 20, '55.
BEIDLEMAX A HAYWARD Wholesale Gro
cers. Tea Dealers, and Commission Merohait
No. 273, Market Street, Philadelphia.
Aug.l, 1805.-Iy. A. HAYWARD,
4 T. LANE A CO. Wholesale ClothinglStor.
-TA. No. 171. Market Street. Every variety of
ready made Clothing, in the most fashionable atrlar
constantly on hand. AS- L '55.-1 J.
GEORGE J. WEAVER A CO., No. 19 North Wa
ter Street, Philadelphia, Dealers in Carpet
chain, Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Ropes, Bed-cordr
uiotnes-iincs, Ac., Ac. lAS ISM.-Iy.
ISAAC M. ASHTOX. Hat Storo, No. 172
Market St., Philadelphia. Hats, Cans, Fur.
Ac, of every variety, and tho best quality alwaya
on hand. lAne. 1. 1S05.-1t.
GEORGE W. COLL ADA Y, Conveyancer
UT and Land Agent, No. 3. Goldsmith's Hall.
Philadelphia, will faithfully attend to all busineo
entrusted to his caro. f Aus. 1. lS55.-ly.
CALEB COPE A CO, No. 1 S3. Market St.. Phil
delphia. Healers in Linens. Whito Goods. Ho
siery. French. English and German Silk Goods. La
ccs, Gloves, Bolting Cloths, Ac Aug. 1, 'SS.-ly.
i-VUL & TAYLOR.
No. 255 Market Street,
Hre always on hand, at their Wholesale Ware
house, a large assortment of
tho Newest Stylo of
BOOT. SHOE. AND STRAW GOOD.",
BO I'll FOREIGX AXD DOMESTIC.
All their good3 being of their own dirort Im
portation and Manufacture, they are enabled to
offer superior inducements to Merchant laying in
Dec. 1. 1354. ly.
WM. W. PAUL.
N. G. TAYLOR,
A VISE'S CHEAP W.
2. STORE, No. 72 Nort
ATCH AND JEWELRY
orth Sr.COXa Street- Innnn-
site the Mount Vernon House.) Pphiladclphia.
Gold Lever Watches, full iewolled. IS K .
Silver Lever do., do.; Silver Lepino, do.; Quartien
Gold Spectacles. Silver do.; Silver Table Spoons,
Silver Desert do.; Silver Tea do.; Gold Pens and
Gold Cases; Gold Pens and Silver do.: together
with a variety of fine Gold Jewelry, Gold Curb,
Guard aud Fob Chains. All goods warranted to
be as represented. Watches and Jewelry, rpait
cd in the best manner.
Also. Masonic Marks, Pins, Ac, made to order.
X. B. All orders sent by mail or otherwwe,
will be punctually attended to.
His motto is: "Small Profits and Quick Falos "
Philadelphia, April 25, 1355.
RUSIITOX & CO..
243 Market Street,
Importers ami Dealers in Earthen-Ware, China,
Glass, and Queens Ware,
Opposite tho Red Lion Hotel. Philadelphia.
J. Y. RUSH TON,
J. C. HOPKINS.
Nov. S, 'Ol.-ly. ROBT. STILSON.
OOXS, II FILM AX & CO.,
No. 107 NORTH THIRD ST,
Ia Foreign and Domegtic Dry Goods.
Fifth Door below Race.
AMOS G. 1IE1LMAX.
Philadelphia. May 16, 1355.-Iy.
COWELL & CO.,
176 Market Street,
Wnoi.ESALB Dealers ix Hats. Caps, Furs.
between 0th and 6th St., Philadelphia-.
Jan. 17, 1305. .
MARTIN, 3IORRELL & CO., - . - -
(Late OLIVER MARTIN A CO )
Importers ami Dealers in IIOSTERY, TRIM
Ml XGS. COM BS. BRUSHES, FANCY GOODS, c.
No. 24 Xorth Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
M. T. MARTIN. CHAS. II. HAMRICK,
DAM L J. MORRELL. G. R. PEDDLE.
Deo. 5, '04. SANDRSON R. MARTIN.
I7HUSMUTH & BROTHER, - '
Vn. 105 N. Third Street, five tfcora below Xaoa
Nov. 29. '54 -r Voiiuunu.
? IRON WO li
The attention of the public is invited to tho ox
tensive manufactory and ware-room of the subscri
ber, who is prepared to furnish, at the shortest no
tice, IRON RAILING, of ercry description, for
CEMETRIES, PUBLIC & PRIVATE BUILD
INGS. Also. VERANDAHS, BALCONIES
FOUNTAINS, SETTEES, CHAIRS, '
LIONS, DOG3, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac,
and other Ornamental Iron Work of a decorative
character, all of which is eseented with the expratt
view of pleasing the tasto, while they eomfaina all
requisites of beauty and fubstantial eonstroctioa.
Purchasers may rely on having all articles cart
fully boxed and shipped to their place of destina
tion. A book of designs will be sent to those who
wish to make a selection. ROBERT WOOD,
Ridge Avcnuo below Spirng Garrden St.,
Oct.6, 'S0.-Sni. Philadelphia
OX RAD & AV ALTON, '
255 Market Street,
Importers and Dealers in
JROX, XJILS, 4c, 4-c,
They respectfully invite the pcopla of Clear
field, to continue their favors. ,
Aug. 1, lS55.-ly. -
OUXT VERNOX IIOl'SE,
Ko. 59, North Second Street,
The undersigned having taken 'tho old worV
known house, which has bee a renovated and ro
modeled throughout, respectfully solicits his Clear
field friends to give hiiu a call on their visits to
The furniture is all new, and has been selected
with care 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. I. L. BARRETT,
Aug. 1, 1305.-ly. Proprietor.
ARRIS, ORBISOX & CO., "
No. 209. Market St., North side between Cth A 7tb.
Philadelphia. Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Pat
ent Medicines, Surgical Instruments. Druggist's
Glassware, Window Glass. Paints. Oils. Dvos, Per
fumery, Ac, Ac JOHN HARRIS, "AI. D
E. B. ORBISOX,
Aug. 1, '55.-1 ).l J. SHARSWOOD.
USSELL & SCHOTT, "
Nos. 138 Market St.. 5 Merchant St.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, fc.
They respectfully invito their Cleafield friends
to give them a call. Jan. 17, '55.-ly.
X'TTOOD A CO Extensive Dry-goods Dealers. N"o
JL 167, Market St., Philadelphia, keep constant
ly on hand a large, splendid, and cheap stock of
the most fashionable and elegant goods. They in
vite country Merchants to call and examine their
splendid assortment, before purchasing elsewhere
august l, jsoa.-iy.
ILLIAM S. HANSELL A SON. Manufao-
turcrs and Importers of Saddlery, and Sad
dlery Hardware. No. 24 Market Street, Bhiladel
phia. Saddles. Bridles. Harness, Trunks, Whipa
Saddle Bags, Bridle Filling, Bits, Stirrups. Buckles
Carpet Bags, ect. f Aug. 1, '55.-1
ii.-.AUans andChUdrens 1 11 cash store- - - -
tOtr,,- . - . '
Nathan Cleaver, -J.
V Coder, i .'
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