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no.iE facts and fancies. ,
Baiz.roai Mectjng. In pursuance of notice
jcvioustj" given,' a large number ol those in-
rested ia Oie construct! oa of the Tyrone and
barilull Railroad, met at the Court House,
this place,'on WeJa'is J jy cveuing, Feb. 20,
ic Hon. J- Hott, President ; Ellis Irwin,
)hu Patchin a-i. .7. B. Grahani, Vice Presi-
;nts; aI D. W Moore and S. B. Row, Sec-
1 - 11 A 1VT-11 V
('sries. Ja nior.cn, vt . -a.. i aiiace, jL.siir.,
fas called upon to address the meeting ia ex
haustion of its object, llo remarked that he
as a railroad roaa, would do his best to ad-
fancc thjs enterprize, but was not prepared to
take a speech,.' and left the floor by calling
pon Judge Hale, who rose aud said ho would
iiake as short a speech as llr. "Wallace had;
that he had addressed the last meeting here
im the subject; that enough speeches had been
made, aud that it was now time to work, and
not to talk. He further remarked that there
was but a few shares f additional slock r.ecJ
I only some six thousand dollari to secure
the charter, and he thought it would be a great
hame for the people of Clearfield county, con-
' si Jericg their great wealth, and their direct in
terest in the construction of this road, if they
vculd allow it to languish fv.r the want of the
few shares yet required to be taken. On mo
tien, ilr. Crass and Mr.Eoynton were appoint
ed a committee to solicit subscriptions, who
ehortly after mads report that they had ob
tained feviy bhares- ?2,000Ai Fitch, of Jer
sey City, having led off with 30 shares. When
: ?thls' result was announced, leaving but some
$4,000 lacking, Messrs. Boynton, Graham,
Laonar, J. Patchin, G. L. Heed, V. A. Wal
lace and A. K. Wright, set to work and imme
diately subscribed, collectively, $6,000 which
made, in s.11, 8,000. This happy consumma
tion gave general satisfaction to all present,
ani'on motion the meeting adjourned.
J. P. Ilovr, Prost.
D. T, Zoore, c t
Court. The Court, last week, was not so
"Tura.'icasly attended as was anticipated. In
consequence of Judge Burnside not arriving
till late on Monday.no business was transacted
before Tuesday. The Court continued in ses
sion until Thursday afternoon, during which
time the following cases were disposed of:
, Josiah W. Thompson vs. L. J. Crans, Gar
nishee. Feigned issue on attachment. Sur
elocution. Tried and verdict for defendant.
Gordon for PU., Crans and Ilale for Deft.
David Boner vs. Robert Pennington. Ac
tion cf Slander. Defendant pleads not guilty
with leave to justify. Tried and verdict for
Defendant. McEnally and Swoope for Plu".,
tr.i Wallace for Deft.
Samuel Ilegarty vs.Robert Mathers. Eject
ment for SOO acres of land. Jonathan Boyn
ton male co-defendant. Tried and verdict for
Defts., which was set aside because the jury
zsst fzr a -ritness -who had been sworn in the
cvase. Wallaca for Pllf., JIcEnally for Deft.
Montelius, Ten Eyck & Co. vs. Gilbert Te
ster. Appeal. PltTs. claimed for a balance,
-abcr.t SJ, oa a extract for running a raft.
Defence t'.uttka raft was net deli vered accord
ing to contract. Tried ; aud verdict for PlfTs.
-?"7.30. Wallace for Tin., Crans and McEnal
ly for Defendant.
Fitch Sc Boyr.tca vs. Dougherty L McGHcgh
V.:i. Ejectment for 410 acres of Und. Settled
ai per paper Sled. McEnally and Hale for
l'!r., Wallace for Deft.
Argument Lis'. G. D. Lanich vs. M. Shirk.
Pile to i!.ev.- cause. Argued but not decided.
W i'.'ce for rale, Crans contra.
Commonwealth vs. Trnby et ai, and Com.
rs. Lamm et al Rule to shew cause why de
fendants' costs should not be paid by the coun
ty. Reported last Court. Rule discharged.
Stewart Cowens, Jr., vs. John Harsh. rIo
tSon to strike olf an appeal. Appeal stricken
clT. Wallace for motion, Gordon contra.
In tht Sessions. John Thompson plead guil
ty to an indictment for fornication and bastar
dy. The nsual sentence was passed. Jj'cCul
louh and Crans for Com., Wallace for Djft.
Lexis W. Ten Eyck plead guilty to an in
dictment for keeping a tippling house. Fined
$20 and costs. SIcCulIotigh for Com., Wal
lace for Deft.
The Grand Jury had only threa bilk before
them, one for cutting timber and the two
Cosvextio or Directors. Pursuant to call
of State Superintendent of Common Schools
for the purpose of raising salary of Superinten
dent of Clearfield County, the Directors cf the
school districts mentioned below, met ia the
Court IIoi;3o,in this place, on the 23H instant,
a4 organized by electing Wm. Tate, Pres't.,
L. J. Crans Vice P., and E. S. Dundy Sect'y.
A3 the names of the districts were called, the
Directors present, answered ia place : Boggs,
Chas. Slosn, Isaac ness; Bradford, Jno. Cou
Jer, Josr Winnerry ; Clearfield, Jon. Boytiton,
Jao. ifcFherson, Thos. Mills, L. J. Crans, E.
S. Dundy; Goshen, Thomp.'Read ; Knox, Dan
iel Bowman; Lawrence, Wm. Mitcholl, Wm.
Tato, Matth. Ogden, Geo. Thorn, W. P. Pul
ton, Ro;s Read; Penn, Elisha Fenton, John
Russell; Pike, Jno. Dnnlap, Jno. Welch, Jno.
Morris; Union, Henry Eaily, John Dressier,
Joha Brubaker. Bell, Burnside, Beccaria.
Corington, Curwensville, Chest, Decatur, Fox,
Ferguson, Girard, Houston, J ordan, Kartbaus,
Morris , and Woodward were not represented.
On motion, Dr. A. T. Schryver was requested
to address the meeting, who promptly respon
ded to the call. Several other brief addresses
were n.ade. A vote was then taken to ascer
tain whv.her the aalary of the County "Super
intendent should be raised" or not. Oa bal
lot, the vot-j stood, yeas 13, nays 12. The fl
e&1 ballot stiod for raising the salary $100,
;i 5 against ra jDg it at all, 11. After the re
ifult of the lastsaiiot was ascertained and an
nonnced, the rcetng' adjourned to "meet no
E. 3. PrxET, Sect'y.
Ccewessvillf; Ei.fctiox. A friend writing i
from Curweusville s.!ys, 'th: whole American
ticket was triumphantly elected iu the face of
the most violent opposition, aud the removal
of 5 or 6 Americans sinco last spring, with a
gain of from 5 to 7. Neither Moaves or fishes'
were left our discorafitled opponents." .The
following are the officers elect, with mnjorities
ranging from 10 to 17 : Justice, II. McKim ;
Burgess, E. B. Patton ; Constable, D. J. Den
mark j School Directors, Josiah Evans, A. J.
Draucker; Assessor, J. B. Segncr; Council,
A. M. Montelius, A. V. Cooper, G. W. Hur
ley," Joseph Peters, G. R. Wolf, Abr. Gates.
An editor out west lias received from his
friends a new coat. lie is as enthusiastic a
bout it as a boy in his first boots, and savs :
"It fits us as well as if we had been melted
aud poured into it."
Wo should like to know who it is that
youldn't become enthusiastic "in such case
made and provided," as. the lawyers say. If
any of our friends should happen to surprise
us with the "same' sort" of an article, we'll
do some of the tallest crowing that has ever
been got up in th:s patch of timber. X. B.
Our arms are getting "out at the elbows."
Tns Twe:;t?-Secoxd. Last Friday was the
121th anniversary of Washington's birth.
"The Regulafs," under command of Gen. A.
M. Hills, commemorated the event in an ap
propriate manner. They performed a number
of military evolutions in a highly credita le
manner, which attracted universal attention,
and elicited general commendation.
A Fight was 'kicked-up' on Tuesday night
of last week, between 10 and 11 o'clock, on
the street a short distance from oar oiSce,
which was rather a nate' affair, and certainly
displayed to advantage tho ability of the par
ticipants in the way of biting, gouging, pum
mcling, swearing, &c-
Iis-ArpoixrED. -R. J. Wallace has been re
appointed Clerk by the County Commission
ers. "Bob" makes an eCicieut officer, is a
clever fellow and "a peart young man" gener
ally, and we are only sorry that he is such a
GLEASESG3 FE0I;I OUR FXCHANGE3.
Hon. Joshua R. GidJings has published a
letter declining a re-election to Congress.
Nothing elevates us so much as tho pres
ence ofa spiritsimiIar,yets'ineriorto our own.
Bill Brovra s.iys that his Shanghai rooster is
so tall, that ho has to get down oa his knees to
The capital invested in the oyster trade ot
Baltimore, is five millions of dollars, employ
ing 500 vessels and 15,000 men.
A Yankee in Iowa has taught ducks to swim
in hot water, and with 6uch success, that they
lay boiled eggs.
Mrs. Twaddle says one of her children don't
kno.v nothing, and the other one does. The
question now is, which boy is ahead f
A young Englishman, named John Taylor,
has been arrested in Xew York, charged with
stealing an arm-full of prayer books from St.
Thomas's Chnrch. A pious thief.
B.iriag the pa.st year there were in operation
in tho Sandwich Islands seventeen Englisdi
schools fur native scholars, who sre said to be
making rapid progress in their education.
There is a dandy ia Cnicigo of s-ich nice
tastes that he greases his boots with the oil of
beramot. Ho i3 first cousia to the youth
who sleeps on a bed made of sponge-cake.
A bill, conferring the right of suffrage upon
women, having been pis3ed by the lower
House cf the Nebraska Legislature, created
so much excitement that the vote upon it was
reconsidered and the bill killed.
A justice of the peace in Warren, Connec
ticut, who had been over to Kent to fry a li
quor case recentl-, was seized on hi3 way home
by a mob of drunken men, and tarred and fea
thered. Massachusetts pays annually over one mil
lion 6i x hundred and twentr thousand dollars
to promote popular education, exclusive of the
cost of erecting school houses, providing
books, and other matters.
Democratic Ecosomt. The Legislature of
this State ha3 created au additional transcri
bing clerk for each branch another assistant
Sergeant-at-Arins for the Senate, and three
additional assistant Doorkeepers for the House.
Jonah wrote to hi3 father, after the whale
Crst swallowed him, stating that he had found
a good cpeuing for a young man going into the
oil business but afterwards wrote for money
to bring him heme, stating that he had been
There is a paragraph going the rounds of the
newspapers, which states that the clergy ccst
tho United States six million dollars per yeiir;
the criminals, twelve million; the dogs, ten
rnillioris; and the lawyers, thirty-five millions.
These are ccriou3 statistics.
lev Fetters The Passaic Falls, X. J.,aro
completely frozen over, and where was gener
ally a deafening noise is now complete still
ness. The ice extends up to the still water,
and the liquid element i3 not seen again until
it reaches a short distance below.
The Americans of Indiano'a, Texas, have
instructed their Delegates to the State Con
vection, which is to elect delegates to Phila
delphia, to vote for such men for delegates
only as are favorablo to Millard Fillmore for
President, and Sam Houston for Vice Pres't.
Unprecedented. Th St. Lawrence river,
N. Y., was frozen over at the foot of State st.,
Ogdensburg, also from tho railroad depot to
the Island, about three miles below. This is
the Crst time within the memory of the "old
est inhabitant," that the river has been frozen
at the latter place.
SrcsKY. Capt. Walker's government in
Nicaragua, has suspended diplomatic relations
with Mr. Wheeler, minister from the United
States, in conseqaence of our government re
fusing to receive Mr. French ! The Captain
has now 1000 men from this country under his
command and is considered invincible.
Mr. Prince, the well known nurseryman of
Flushing, L. I., recommenda the culture of
liquorice as one of the most important plants I
to be added to American agriculture. A deep
sandy loam, or light soil is adapted to it, and
tho plant is propogated by cuttings from tho
root. It yields an immense crop, is quite val
uable, and now largely imported.
A petition, now in circulation" among the
citizens of Maryland, advances some strong
arguments in favor ot the sux'prossion of the
nunneries which at present exist in that State.
They are termed Private Prisons, into which
girls and women are decoyed under various
pretexts, and there confined without any pro
tection from the laws under their present sys
tem. The Petersburg Intelligencer has received a
letter from Lima, Peru, dated Jan. 9, 1S56,
which states that the late Minister Plenipoten
tiary of Peru to the United States, who re
turned to that country about six months ago,
died lately ia Lima, ia a singular manner.
While asleep, he swallowed three of his falso
teeth, with the gold band which confined them,
and died from tho effects shortlv after. Ef
forts were made to extract the teeth, but with
Da. Fkasklix's Recipe roa a Sleigh Rims.
He recommended to those who could not afford
the expense of a real sleigh ride, that they
should sit in tho chimney corner, put their feet
into a tub of snow half au hour and jingle the
dinner bell all the timer Let thorn close their
eyes at tho same time, and imagine themselves
flying along tha road at the rate of twenty
knots an hour, and they will have a cheap, fun
ny, and tolerably agreeable sleigh ride.
Lynch Law is Mississippi. On the 22 d ult.,
at tho Bay of St Louis, in Hancock county,
Mississippi a negro man, owned by Mr Lamp
kin, murdered and horribly multilated bis
overseer, Mr. Samuel Watson, with an axe, in
the presence of all the negroes in the field.
He thca fled to the woods. Ia twenty four
hours after the deed he was captured, carried
to the spot w here the murder was committed,
and there hanged by the populace.
Dauiso Exploit. Two young men residing
in Grer.ville, Vt., a few days since, traced s.-t-er.-.l
be.irs to their den in a cave upon the
Green Mountains. While ou3 of the hunters
stood guar!, the other tixtecn year f "ge
entered the cave, armed with a double-barrelled
pistol, arid succeeded in killing three bears
without receiving a Wound himself.
Late F2o:i Mexico. The steamship Tcxjs
arrived at New O.leacs from Vera Cruz, on
the loth inst., having sailed thence on the lit.
The Picayune says: We have correspondence
and papers from Vera Crua to the 11th inst.
From the capital our files are n j later than the
17th ult., some being of dates a3 far back as
tho beginning of December. "The State of
the country, is such, that even the post ofUcc
communications are nearly interrupted." Tii
cbla is in a state of seige. Vera Cruz is quiet,
but evinces great enthusiasm in favor of tho
present government. The reduction of duties
and the prospect excites the Vera Cruzanos.
31 A It It I E J),
On tho ltth Feb., lS-ii), at Glen Hope, by
J. W. Wright, Esq.. Mr. EDMr.vo Fi-lkekson
to Miss Maecaret Stanley, all of Woodwai-d
On the 2 let of Feb., by Rev. C. Diehl. Mr.
Jacob F. Ritteu and Miss Pasoai.k.na Wise,
both of Tike township, Clearfield Co.
On the night of the 22d, Joseph W., son of
Michael and Leah Fin, of Lawrence town
ship, aged 10 months.
On the 2Cd iust., Gratt Pir.c, son of Samu
el J. and Amelia C. Row, of this borough, aged
7 months and 7 days.
Tho .TorssAt. is published every Wednesday,
at One Dolt.au akd Fiftv Cents per annum ia
advance, or Two Doi.i.aks witliic the year.
Advertisements inserted at fifty cents per square,
f.;r tho first, and twenty-five ccr-'s for each addi
tional insertion. A liberal deduction inado to
those who fidvrr'He by tho quarter, or year.
Tha Terms'' will be strictly adhered to.
No paper discontinued without payment of ar
rera?s. unless at tho option ol the publisher.
VI'T STOVES, Sr fu'o by
MEltltLLL & CARTER.
Clearf.cld. Feb. 27.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
'i he partnership heretofore existing between
James M. Kelly and Wm. R. Dickinson, trading
under the name of Kelly A Dickinson, 13 ibis day
by mutual consent tliiSulred.
J. M. KEU.Y. -A7.
t'Jlcn Hone. Feb. 13. lSjti.
AU'ADLE HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
V The subscriber offers for sule'Lis ralubla
f.irm, situate two miles from Curwensvillo, on the
Kiver mad leading to Lumber City ; said farm con
t:iir,in,103 acres, sixty acres cleared, under pood
cultivation, tho balance well timbered; with a
good barn, r.etv plank dwelling bouse, and a goid
bearing orchard thereon, and is well watered. For
further information enquiro of tho subscriber liv
ia.? on tic premises. SIMON THOMPSON.
February 20, 1 856 6m
DISSOLUTION. Tins partnership heretofore
existing between J. A II. D. Patton was this
day dissolved by mutual cocscnt. The books of
the late firm remain in tho hands of II. D Patron,
who will pay all debts agaipst said firm. The
Xotes and Judgments have been transferred to
John Patton. " JNO. PATTOX.
Jan. 2!st. 1855. JJ. D. FATT0X.
X. I!. Having taken the stock of merchandise
lately owned by tho firm of J. .fc it. J . Patton, and
added a fresh supply within the last ten days, I
wilt bo glad to furnish all our old customers, as
well as new ones, with goods, at the '-Old Corner
Stand,'' at low prices. 11. 1). PATTON.
Ciirwensville, Feb 13, 1S5i5.
RIED PEACHES, of superior quality, for
salo at S2 per bushel, at tha cheap cash store
feb. 13 It. M0SS0P.
A largo lot of BACON for sale, cheap,
for cash, at f fab. 1.1 MOSSQl' S
0OKIXO and PAKLOR STOVES, for sale in
Curwensville, at the store of
febl3 II. D. PATTON.
RON. An excellent assortment of Iron far sale
by II. D. PATTON.
feb!3 Curwensville, l'a.
IJ0BK and DRIED FRUIT, excellent articlea,
can bo procured nt the store of
Curwensville. Feb. 13. U. D. PATTON.
AGON'S and BUGGIES, for sale cheap, by
. . r T"k a rw rr -x
(fjblo) ii. u rauuj.
HAIX PUMPS, for sale at the "Old Corner
Stand," in Curwensville by yAllU.t
-A lot of excellent Soup Bean
KZJ for sale by
JXT,S A FA31ILelL a'caKtI B.
ClearficM. Pa.. Jan. 3f..lS.r.
JAMES It. GKAIIASI. Dealer in SAW Kl
J.I'M DKil, SQLAKKO TIMBER, SHINGLE!?,
LOARb.S. Ac, is prepared to till, on the shortest
notice, all orders lor articles in his line of busi
ness, on as reasonable terms as thty can be f ro
cured in the county
tirabampton, Clearfield Co., Jan. S-o
llARKISIirRG, Jancahy 2-tb. 1Sv6
nno THE SCHOOL, WKLCTOKS of
JL CLEAUFIELD COUNTY. Application hav
ing been made by the T.oar'1 of lrcctors of a ma
jority cf the School Districts in ClearCold county,
slating their desire to increiise the Salary of the
Counly Superintendent of said county, you are ro
spectfully requested to meet in Convention at tho
Court House, in ClearCell, on Saturday tho 23d
day of February, ISO'S, at one o'clock in the af:er
noon, for the purpose above stated, according to
the terras of the eighth section of tho Supplement
to the School Law, approved the feth day of May,
- A. 11. lllillj.
Peb. C. 1S3B.
Super, of Common Schools.
OOKSI liOOKS!! Greenlcafs Scries of
hcmatioil Works are cow being used in
nearly fill the School?. Academies and Colleges in
tho United States, and are without doubt unrival
led in point cf merit, and in adaptation to the
wants of our schools ; they have the plainest rules
and best examples to illustrate tbe whole business
of life. Tho attention of Superintendents, Direc
tors and Teachers is respectfully invited to these
works before introducing a uniform eerics of any
other kind as the law requires. Tlieso books can
be bad wholesale." retail or iu exchange for eld
Rooks when introduced in the schools, ct C. I).
WATSON'S Drug and Pook Store..
ClearficM. Jan. :S0. 1 h jo 2m.
A I.LOA! XZW WAG0X MANUFACTORY
The undersierned would respectfully an
nounce to his friends and the public generally,
that be has opened out a new Wagon-Making Es
tablishment in '-New Sulcm City." Brady town
ship, Thra he will at all times bo prepared to
manufacture, on the fhortcst Dotice, ail kinds of
Wagons, Carts, Wheelbarrows Ac. The best ma
terial that can ba procured will be used, and his
work wiil bo made in the most substantial wr.d du
rable manner, such as will bear the test or strict
examination. By a close observance of his busi
ness engagements, and by disposing of Lis work
oa the most reasonable terms, which he will do
for either ensh or approved country produce, lie
hopes to merit and receive a liberal share of pub
lic custom LLNJ. B1S11I.L.
New S:i!cm Citv. Jan. 15 1S58.
jHLEARFIELn INSTITUTE. Tho rest
X. term of this Institution will commence ou
the 11th of February, i-ij'i.
All persons wishing to fit themselves fr Teach
r.v.s. or other avocations in life, wiil here reeeue
every desired facility and attention. A thorough
Classic il and Mercantile course is here given, t.n
terms lo-.ver than anv other similar Institution iu
Parents at a dishir.oc cm obtain bonrdir.g for
tkcjrsons or daughters under the immediate care
et luT Principal, where they will receive rare nd-vant:g-,
wiil. Jill the comforts and pleasures of a
home;aiie their morals wilj b carefully guarded.
Tnc rates of tuition per cunrter are. Primary
Euglit.h.?2-S0; High Eng. :.'li.Sj.OC;C!ai?ies.S:l't
Mathematics above Algebra SU; Frencg, Drawi.".;
an l 1'uinting.So each
Farther information can bo hsl bv addressing
V- A- CAMPBELL, vkincipal
Apr. 4, t5J CU-irf.rld. Va.
7VLVU' HOTEL: The old 'Skeiusc Hocsr.,' at
11 NEW WASHINGTON,
hs3 boon re-opened and re-litted by the undersign
ed, who respectfully solicits a share of public pat
ronage. lie i3 well provided with house room and good
etabling. and intends keeping a Temperance House,
at which lie will alwavs endeavor to make his
guesis feel at home. " JOHN SIIETTER.
August 1, lSi5. tf.
TV E W A 11 It I V A L The undersigned has
J. 1 just received a large stock of
sdapted to tho season, consisting of
DRY GO0OS. CUOCEIUES. Q I' E EN" S W ARE,
HARDWARE. CONFECTION ARIES,
X A 1 LS. IIO LLOW-WARE",
JAMES B. GRAHAM.
Grahamton. Aug. 22. ISoj.
AT LUMBER CITY,
Clearfii.d Co., Pa.
rjAIIE undersigned would respectfully inform
X the public, that he has just opened a NEW
HOTEL, at Lumber City, where he is prepared
to entei ia;n nil w ho may give him a call.
Extensive Sfablii:g attached to tbo premises
an attentive ostler alwavs in attendance.
L. W. TEN EYCK.
Lumber City, Dec. If oj.
"FUST RECEIVED, A SPLENDID ASSOHT
t 31 EXT OF NEW HOOK. STATIONARY,
FANCY ARTICLES. CONFECTION" ARIES. TO
BACCO. CIGARS, and DRUGS of all kinds, at
EOEIITS' LITERARY DEPOT,
SHAW'S ROW, Cleared, Pa.
TIIE latest publications always on hand, or pro
cured to order. Putnam, fiodey, Graham. House
hold Words, Leslie's Fashions, Harper. Peterson,
and all the other Magazines furnished Monthly
at Publishers' Prices.
Ho would especially call the attention of 'lovers
of the weed' to his large stock of tobacco and ci
gars, which cannot be surpassed in this region,
consisting of the best quality of "Natural Leaf."
'Black Lat," '-Cavendish," "Congress," ar.d
other tobicos: Havana, Regalia. Principe, Plan
tation. Spanish. Half-Spanish, and -A few more
left"' cigars. Also a good stock of "pipes'" and
lie would also ca.ll attention to the fact that he
has just opened a larje assortment of
DK1GS, CHEMICALS, AND DYE STUEFS,
which he w ill sell rhranr than any other estab
lishment ia the Countv.
November 1 1, 1
JEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS! At the
Old Corner Store of tho undersigned at
They have just received the largestand bestassort
ment ct" Summer and Fall Goods ever brought to
Clearfield; consisting of
Dry Goods, Hardware. Queensware, Goocries, Con
fectionaries, Hats and Caps. Boots
and Shoes. Carpeting, Oil
Linens. Muslins, Dc Laines,
Prints. Dress Silks, Bonnets, Shawls.
Mantillas, Fringes, Fancy Toilet articles, La
ces, Embroideries, and an endless variety of other
articles too numerous to mention, allot which they
offer at tho lowest prices and on tho easiest terms.
Aug. 1. 1333. J. & 11. D. PATTON.
TlTALUABLE PROPERTY AT
V PRIVATE SALE.
THE undersigned oficrH at Private Sale, 20'J acres
of Land, more or Icbs. in Penn township, Clearfield
county. seven or eight acres cleared, the balance
covered with valuable TIMBER, nnd having
thereon tho following improvements
A GOOD SAW-ailLL,
with LATU-SAW. Roso wheel, Ac., t.n a good
stream f witcr, which will enable the mill to
runabout eight months in tho year-
A LARGE TWO-STOIiY HOUSE.
well furnished. plastered and painted throughout,
with a never-failing Spring of water in the cellar
ALSO, A FRAME BANK BARN,
well furnished with threshing floor, stabling, Ac,
all new, having but recently been erected. .
Also, coEvenient, and substantially erected
consisting of a Wood-Shed. Spring House, Smoko
llouso, Ac.. Ao
There is no more desirable property in tho
County.- Any person wishing further informa
tion, can apply to Sami ei, V.'ioEMiRE, living on
tho Premises. Post Office dddress, Grampian
Hills, Clearfield County. Ta
Fenn To'mship, Dec 5. 15S5 -Stt!
"ATOTICE. Vv here Letters of Administration
IN on the Estati of John Auract. lato of L-raay
in.rHi, rh.irf.eld eouiJv. Pa.. dec"d, have been
i: ranted to the undersigned, residing ii
in said town-
..I. m T,rnna indebted to saia estate are re-
;tiip. ail pei
r.M.uir.il in mnlte inn. en i ate r.avment, ana mote
having cUims against the same will present thcui,
properly uuihcJiicated for eeUlemeM. to
1 . ABIGAIL AUKAXT.
Jnn. 23. ISDS-lt Administratrix.
ArARTNEU WANTED. The under
signed, doing business as a Tanner and Cur
rier, nt" Curwensville in this ;ounty. will take a
Partner, who can furnish a cash capital of at least
opportunity can be afforded to an active business
man. with the above capital, who wishes to go in
to a pa jing business. S. B. TAYLOR.
Curwensville. Deo. 19. 1S33. 3mo.
TVEW FIRM. HARTSHORN & M'CRACKEX
1 have just received a now and splendid assort
ment of good at their store in
They invito tho public to give them a call, acd
feel assured thov will be ablo to render entire sat
isfaction. Lumber, Hides, Bags, Grain. s.ai all
other kinds of produce taken in excange.
Aug. 1. ISCio.
rrtO BUILDERS. Proposals will be received
JL by the subscriber for the building cf a brick
School Iluuse, to be one stcry ia height, with a
cellar. I'lan and size not yct'detcrrnined Plans
are invited, t-nd ten doBt.rs wiil be paid to any
person who n ill furnish a y.lr.r. that may be adopt
ed for said building tho house u be large enough
to scat sixty or seventy pupils, two rccitatien
rorms Will be required, also cloths rooms for boys
and cirl. It is supposed the building will eust
r.,ciM,i.4o,'ii., wm ir.vr
11'- ui ci,'vu iy '-vuv. ' ' a..---
Curwensville. Dec. 12. 1355.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE :
GRAHAM'S ROW, CLEARFIELD, PA.
Tho subscriber would inform the public that he
has just opened an entire new stock of Boots end
Jrhoc.3. in Graham's Row. one door east of the Jour
Every variety or Ladies" and Gcntlemons' Gtltcis.
Laced Boots, Pumps, Congress Boots,
Childress' Shoes. 4 c , Ac.
Boo(s and Shoes made to order.
C. S. BLACK.
i TEW ARRIVAL.
Have iust received a new
.- J. PATCH IX
and splendid assort
me:.t of Goods lh best that was cror brou
to the upper end of Clearfield Countv. Th
rile their friends and the public generally to give
them a call, where they wiil f r.d all kinds of
goods usually kept in a Country Store
Come ami examine our sic-k we charge noth
ing for the exhibition
Purnside. Nov. 23. 1S.15.
J "DISSOLUTION. The partnership bcrcto
fore existing between John S. William; ar.d
William H Smith was this day dissolvod by mu
tual consent, said Smith hsvirg disposed of his in
tcrl lo Jvh S. Williams.
.TOiiV S. WILLIAMS.
AVILLIA.M H. SMITH.
New Millport. Dec. 22. ISOj. .
The books and accounts of the firm are iu the
hands of John S W illiams for settlement, where
those indebted will please cail immediately.
John S. Williams.
jan9 St William II. Smith.
VALln LE PROPERTY FOR S A I.E.
. I desire to sell my property in Tyrone City,
Blair Co. Pa., commonly known as the Tyrone
City Hotel. Comprising as follows t
One large three story brick house. Sixty feet,
two fronts, nd finished off in complete stylj. A
large and extensive stable, an excellent wash
house and other necessary out-buildings. There
is also, on the same Lots, one frame house, with
out-buildings attached, low renting for one hun
dred and thirty dollars per annum. The whole
stands upon three valuable Lots as in the plot- of
Slid town, and affords several very eligible loin
lions for store. Oilicej. 1c, ic. The w'utile wiil bo
sold on reasonable terms. And lo any person, de
siring an investment, or speculation, now is the
ebimce. Private reasons caute me to sell this val
uable property, which is every day increasing ia
value. Inquire of Caleb Guver, or the subscriber
J. D. STEWART.
Tyrone City. Sept. 19. ISio.-tf.
LOOK II I'.IIP.
The Cheapest Goods
":: the Cuuufv
THE undertigacd begs leave to inform bis old cus
tomers, and the public, that he li::s just returned
froui the East, with a splendid assortment cf
'i-i i s ji v. v i; i i i i v -
which be will sell lower, for CASH, than theycan
be bought at any other place in the County. He
i? determined to act upon the motto of
' SMALL PROFITS AND QFICK SALES, "'
and will e;ll goods, for cash, at the most uitEcg
advance on cost and enrriag?.
Call and examine the stock, anl sa'.bfy your
self that it is no humbug that
"ZIOSZOP SELLS THE CHEAPEST
GOODS IX THE COUXTY.'
"CRT-GOODS, GROCERIES. QtJEEWS-WARE,
HOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
nsn, tobacco, stationary, i-iocohs,
nnd a little cf everything.
All of which will be sold at lower '-rice? than ev
er before offered in Clearfield. R. MOSSOP.
Clearfield Nov. 14. 1855.
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS and
11U IT GROWERS.-' ARTHOSS PAT
e:it Air-Ti?)u Srlf-Sealia? Cans and Jis, for
Preserving' Fresh Fruits, cci. I his invention fjr
which a piitCLt has been obtained, commends it-J
self to the attention cf Uoascfccepcrs and others,!
on account of it-i great simplicity, ar.d tne effectu
al manner in which it accomplished, a very desi
rable and useful object
Tha cans and jirs are constructed with a chan
nel around the mouth, cerr the tvp. into which
the cover tits loosely. This channel is filled with
a very adhesive cement, prepared for the purpose
and ailowed to harden.. In order to seal the ves
sel hermetically, it is otil y inceajiy to hr.Jt the
cover sit h:!$, a't-I press it into p.'ace. It may b
opened with hs much eise as itiselircd, by slight
ly warming the top. The ordinary tiu cans, used
for the same purpose for whi?h this is intended,
cnunct be closed, as is well known without the aid
ofa tinnsr; are difficult to open, and are generally
so much injured ia opening as to be useless for
By this simple contrivance, the process of her
metical tcaiiug ia placed conveniently within the
reach of evrry individual; and fruit, vegetables
and butter (ii properly prepared) may be kept,
wi'h their nntural flavor unimpaired, tor an in
definite length of time. For s.ib by
MERRELL A CARTER.
Clearfield, Sept. 19, laOO tf.
MICHAEL CONLEY begs
leave t inform th irifn of
Clearfield and vicinity that he f
is now digging coal at tho bank of Robert Owons. )
half a mile east of town, where ho will have on !
nna vieinitv Lust no'
hands, all winter, a lot cf first rate coal, which ho
will sell at the low rate of
J'OTJB CENTS PER BUSHEL
at the bank.
Orders for coal can be had at Eratzcrs Storo.
Clearfield. Sept. 2i). !Sj5.
A beautiful and well selec
ted assortment just receiv
ed and for sate by Sept. 5 V. F. IRWIN.
.p"oCs-----f,.i'5 new stock just received at
CRESi? Sept.i,! W. V.-IRWIN'S
Juno 13. '5f
for sale at
K. MOSSOP 'S.
PARASOLS a most beautiful eeleetion, an4 f
the Utt rrvl. for wle at tbe cheap store of
J;!nr 27. " 1 ' A. M. HILLS.
iUO. The Tannery is large and commodious, aca
... - -1 , t r.
patie ot aoing h muc.i larger too
Sisrriber feels able to do bv himself. No better
PATENT SAUSAGE CCTTERS-S. O
GARTH'S improred Saia Cutters aod
Staffers, for sale by MERRELL & CARTER.
Oct. 31, :
"!VEW GOODS: The endersigned ba jttstre--i
t ceived a large assortment of
at his store in
K A R THA US,
which he offers for eale cheap for cwhor eountry
produce. F. P. HUKXTHALL.
September 5, 1S35. ...
ITlXCHASGE INSURANCE COMPAQ If,
li Xo. 11, Kerch ants' Exotaage,
This Company, with aa ample Capital, well
cured, is prepared to effect Insurances la Clear
field, and adjoining Counties, on terms as liberal
as consistent with the efetT of the Company.
jxo. Mcdowell, jr..
Oct. 3, 1S53. Stcntjtrf.
FIRSI LL Sc CARTER would
1 inform the public, that they have just open
d an extensive
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET-IRON 'WARS
ft." J SA 1 1 v? P W n T V
Ca Second Street in the borau-jh of
where they are prepared to'furnish at reduced pri
ces, every variety cf articles in their line.
Steel, Bar-iron, nails, stcves cf every variety
Ploughs and farming utensils, pomps -cf every
description." etove pipe, patent sausage cutters,
funnels and self sealing cans kept constantly oa
All orders for castings for Flour Milla, Saw Mills,
ic. will be thankfully received End promptly aV
HOUSE SPOUTING DONE TO ORDER.
They are also prepated to receive every varie
ty of article i,c coraciisi-ion, at a low per-ceutage.
O. B. SiERKELL.
Clearfield. Spt. 13, 1S5&-
CAEINET .MAKING The undersigael
would respectfully inform the public, that h
has t il.cn the old stand opposite the Mcihodit
! Church, kuown as
?I O R R O TV S SHOP,
J where he k-ep? tonstant'y g n hand and miciiu.
J tures to order, every variety of Household ansT
iac "-3 Tables. Bureaus. Safe;, Stands Cupboards,
Bedsteads, ic, of everv gtvle and variety.
Clearfield. Pa.. Aug. ISf.ft.
1 A. II. B.l CM A
ll".-i Kocrn t fires djors alove T-Iiys' HottI, Plati
llozd street. Tyrone CisT. lJj.
TvEEF.t constantly on hand a larjre assortment
PhilaJolpl.ia r.nd PiUsburg Cocking, Parlor, Bar
and heating Stoves, of different patterns, sizes and
prices: Stove pipe, shovels, coal hods. Ae.
Also, Cider Mills, Ploughs, Cultivators, 4e. A a.,
all of which will be sold 10 20 per cent, cheap
er than can be purchased out of the cities. If
you want bargains, don't forget to call at Kaomin'i
Stove Store. " Nov. 14, 'iS.-.lm.
FALL AND "WINTER GOODS. The sub-s.-i
ibr hes just received a large and well fa
lectcd stock of EW tiOODS,
of almost overy description suitable to tha season,
which he is selling off at extremely low prices. He
respectfully invites the attention of all w ho wiib
to buy good Goods at tho lowest prices, to call m
th sign of tho
Country produce of almwt every discriptioe t
ken at market prices in exchange for goods.
Persona wibhing to purchase, and receive a fair
equivalent for their money, will do well to give
him a call.
Remember the sign of the CHEAPEST G00D8.
on Market street, aud call and be convinced tha
there is tru;h ia the words thereon iuMribei
November 25, ISS5
FRESH O YS TEKS ! CHARLES GREAF?
would inform his friends and tha rnt,ltn !,
j he is prepared to supply the wants of those a
gii c liuu a ran, ai lis
! cnx Uu.- icuth t.f Hemphill's Hotel, where
! serves up
7HZSE OYSTER?, SAETISES, CHEESE,
and refreshment generally. Xo pains will bespa
red to accon-niodate his customers. lAug. 23.
1 j ,
FOR TIIE TEMPLE OF DONOR
B R A D I X b-Jl-G 1 R K'S,
CCPP22, & SHEET-IRON" WA2H
FiiADIN A M'GIP.K have ju3l opened an exfen
siv" Tin. Cr.pper, X Sheet-Iron B are Jliniifad
ry. vi hero they arc at all times prepared to ;ipt?y
customers with every eocccivsbk article from tha
smallest Coiioc pot spout to the ljcg-j; pipe ixa
ginable. Tkev niil do both a
WHO! ESALE A RETAIL
business, end will at all times have on haai
large assortment cf ready-made ware.
HOUSE S P O UT IXG
dune to crdsr, on the short! not;--, and pai cp
in a !:-kt. ul-tHsttal manner.
STOVES, STOVE-PIPE, $ KETTELS,
of every variety kept constantly cn Land.
They will furnish to order acy of the following
Cook Stoves. vu -.The William Fer.n. Queen ot
tho cst. the Atlantic, and Cook-Comnlet.
all of whijh are suitable for bo;h wool aLd'coai'
Among the Parlor Stoves will be foucd tho -'Ladr
Vi'oihiugtoii." tb '-Excc-isior," 'Some Phrlor,' Ao
Prodiu-r. cf ell kiudi Ukea ia cschange for
fi-ods. A. A. ERADIX.
JNO. D. :.l"GiRK.
October 21. 15.'.:.-tt ,
TttT Ptt!TTiim) v.
"iUTioNai tcfore exiitinz" between Jo
seph and James Hflgerty, in the mercantile busi
ness, at Janesvilie, Clearfield Countv. Pa., hsi
been thi3 day (Nov. 2.) u.'ssc.Ued by mutual eon-
JAMES A. IIAGERir
Nov It, 'oj.-Zi
MISaEs' FLATS, trimmed and nntrimmed,
a beautiful nrticle for sale at the stor of
June 27, V.6.J A. M. HILLS.
A largo os.ortment just re
ceived and opened bv
i A large assortment jrst r
eeivea at very Iowpno
hy Sdpt. irJ
HATS of the laUst styles, and mo3t approved
quality, received, aud for sale bv
June 27, 5. A. M. HILLS.
m- ttt-. . T :
C ,.hs1' s""te" eclors that can'
f oe ceat in qi.aiity or price for sale by
J -SUV ,
A. M. HiLLS.
T ADIES' DRESS GOODS-
a large and beantifat
-Li assortment, for sale chean bv
GRCrcrrzl2 ,A at,1f stock just received at .
CLOCKS. Eight day. thirty boar acd fclana
Clocks for sale at Mosaop's'Store. Jn. 13. " k
LADIES' GLOVES. A very large lot of black
net worked Glcves. at Id ceau a can- worth
25cls it Mossop's cheap cash store. Jn. 13, '55. '
RICHARD MOSOP, hM
jnst received and cpenwd
general iaMrtint rf iiar-twar sr t.u:cr-