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KATY VAT LIFS OX DE BLAIN".
The following parody on Tannahilo's universal
iy popular song, '-Jesse the Flower of Dunblain,'
was written, it is thought, by the Don. James M
Porter, of Easton. It is one of the best of its kind
De sun vas gone down shoos t pehint the blue moun
Und left de tark nTebt to come on us arain.
Ven I sthumbled along 'mongat do sob warn ps and
To see vonce my Katy vat lifs on de blain.
How sohweet Is te lilly, mit its prown yallow plos-
Und so is te meatow. all cnforpil intf itmh
- 'Bat no-ting so burty, and schtiuks in mine posom,
" ov-ureei iuue rk.aiy rat his on ae uiain.
File's pashful as anv. shustlike her annt Chinnv.
She's noider high larnt, nor yet foolish nor vain;
Und he's a great tillain, midout anv feelin.
Dat would hurt mine sskweet Katy vat lifs on
My tays vas like noting dill I met mit mine Katy;
All dem tings in do town dey vas nonsenso and
I tidn't see a gall I vould call my tear lady.
Till I met little Katy vat lifs on do Main.
I ton't care how hizh I misht eat in de nation.
From all dem high places I'd come town aain,
.mt .iun ib tv ojs uuiiog ij uave u rrcat station.
Yen I couldn't have Katy vat lifs on de blain.
Enisi lTisToar or GrAsto. The London
Farmer's Magazine furnishes the following
: comprehensive history of Guano : "Guano,
as most people understand, is imported from
(the islands of tho Pacific mostly of the Cbin
cha group, off" the coast of Peru, and under
. the dominion of that government. Its sale is
made a monopoly, and the avall3, to a great
extent, go to pay the British holders of Peru
vian government bonds, giving them, to all in
tents and purposes, a lien upon the profits of a
treasure intrinsically, more valuable than the
gold mines of California. There are deposits
of this unsurpassed fertilizer in some places
to the depth of sixty or seventy feet, and over
large extents of surface.
The Guano fields arc generally conceded to
be the excrement of aquatic fowls, which live
and ncstla in great numbers around the is
lands. They seem designed by nature to res
cue, at least in part, that untold amount of
fertilizing material which everv river and
" brook is rolling into the sea. The wash of al
luvial soils, the floating refuse of the field and
forest, and,bovo all, tho wasted materials of
great cities, are constant!- being carri:J by
the tidal currents out to sea. These, to a cer
tain extent at least, go to nourish, directly or
indirectly, submarine vegetable and animal
life, which in turn goes to feed the birds,
which in our dny are brought away by the ship
load from the Chincha Islands.
The bird is a beautifully-arranged chemical
laboratory, fitted up to perform a single opera
tion, viz : to take the f sh as food, burn out
the carbon by means of its respiratory func
tions, and deposit the remainder in the shape
of an incomparable fertilizer. But how many
ages have these depositions of seventy feet in
thickness been accumulating J
That a little bird, whose individual existence
is as nothing, should in its united action pro
duce the means of bringing baek to an active
fertility whole provinces of waste and barren
lands, is one of a thousand facts to show how
apparently insignificant agencies in the econ
omy of nature produce momentous results."
Tcreisji Fust Wheat. Thero have been
received at the Patent Office one hundred
bushels of Turkish flint wheat, procured by the
United States Dragoman at Constantinople,
from the foot of Mount Olympus. The wheat
has alreedy been tested in Virginia and Mary
land, and has proved both hardy and produc
tive. It possesses, in a remarkable degree,
the quality of long koepin, as was indicated
bv a sainplo shown us, u.-KiU In vutt x-a
this country, by Captain Porter of the Navy,
four years ago. We learn that the Sultan takes
a lively interest in the affairs of this country,
and has intimated that there are other wheats
in Ills dominions which would be highly desi
rable for our government to obtain.
A plan has been suggested which would un
doubtedly prove highly advantageous to the
agricultural interests of this coui.try cf im
porting largo quantities of wheat from the
shores of tho Mediterranean and Black Seas
lor supplying our farmers with seed at about
the cost of tho original purchase, freight, &c.
It has been proposed that the storeships of the
navy, which usually return from the Mediter
ranean in ballast, be freighted with seed wheat,
purchased by government, and sold to agricul
turalists at a nominal rate, on condition that
they shall cultivate the same, and report the
result to somo proper authority, by whom the
excess of cost may be refunded to them. We
understand that wheat of an excellent quality
can be purchased at Constantinople, under or
dinary circumstances, lor less than half the
usual price in the Atlantic markets and the
United States. If this be true, it would be
cheaper and more profitable to tli-3 farmer in
the end to sell his own, and purchase his seed
wheat from abroad, as the change of soil and
climate would often cause his crop to mature
earlier and give an increased yield.
A Simile tft Certain Ctre foti Pjr.rs.
In view of the immense suffering by this dis
tressing complaint, I request spcae'ln your
columns to make known a certain, safe and
simple remedy, with the hopo that it will be
copied by other journals, that all afflicted may
have the" benefit of it. It is simply white pine
pitch, mad into the size of ordinary pills, and
from ten to eighteen, (according to tho state
of the disease,) taken during the day, until re
lief is had. One case among the many which
have been cured was that of a person who, af
ter havim failed to obtain relief from the most
eminent medical skill, and even suflercd a re
sort to the knife, without obtaining relief, has
been entirely cured by the above, and now en-
jovs excellent health. 1 our3, &c, 11. A.
N. B. The pitch should be used in its natu
ral state, or in the condition it is in when ta
ken from th tree. Albany Alias.
- There are many truisms in the world.""' -Fk
the following as a sample in cvery-day life:
One new bonnet will make a young lady feel
happy very- One "funny man" will bother
a whole neighborhood. One goose hiss will
disturb a whole assembly. One bad novel will
waste whole reams of good paper. One drop
of oil will ston a hideous noise. Ono "jolly
rnw" will turn all the inhabitants of a street
out of doors. One pretty flirt will makeado-
r.en plain girls unhappy for an entire evenin
One song will set thirty people talking.
oTn Babylos Dr. Oppert, of France, has
BPc.uVwo yean oa the site of old Babylon, ei-
Biniu.-6 .v cuneiform inscriptions on iuo
bricks ana -., s. jie states that this famous
old city, in the ,,vs of jtg granfieur acd pow
er, covered rather than afJ area of 00
nqnare miles, being aW two and a half more
than the site of London. ,.,t u h,
was not Inhabited, there being -g flld9
to supply tho city with corn ana tttr8 in
caso oi siege. .
: 'A friend jest returned from abroad says
uce found, two Austrian custom officers en
deavoring to maka out bis name from bis trav
elling "trunk. One called while the other
wrote. They had got it Mr. Varranti Solei
jier." The trunk was marked "Wen-anted
i t v a-CBm.
COTwisn, i "1 " A.CON- A
' A Lady o.x Beards. A fair correspondent
of the Home Journal has the following sensi
ble remarks on the wholesome habit of wear
ing the beard, which has lately come into fash
ion : .........
"It is astonishing what change a few years
has wrought in regard to shaving. Once, ev
erybody shaved, but now, I mnch mistake, if
every gentleman has not found to shave or not
to shave, a qnestion suggested by his morning
toilet. Alas for the razor-strop man. His oc
cupation is nearly gone. I hope he will suc
ceed in finding another, for the present gene
ration will be a bearded race.
"1 was quite interested last winter in read
ing a XaturaI History of the Human Species,'
by Lieutenant-Colonel Charles 11. Smith, in
which ho states that the bearded races are the
conquering races. For this reason the beard
less races are averse to the union with them.
This aversion he states to be the result of ex
perience, proving the superior activity of those
who have sprung from such races. Jcnghis,
Timurand JSadir Shah, were directiy, or in
their ancestry, descended from Caucasian mo
thers, and hence, also, the jealous exclusion of
European women from China. T he progres
sive nations, be tells ns, are a bearded and
hairy race. Samson's strength lay in his hair.
Bereft of that his mighty power was gone.
The lion is the king of the forest. IIow much
of bis proud beauty he owes to his magnificent
mane, bhave him, and he is king no longer.
"I cannot imagine whv a beard is given to
man, unless it is to try his patience, if he is to
spend r.;s time m a daily cutting it off, as it
daily asserts its right to a manifested exist
ence. The beard is an emblem of manly pow
er and dignity, and is certainly an clement of
manly beauty. Tho Father of the Faithful
and all the old Patriarchs and Prophets wore a
beard ; so tid tlie fcaviotir, when he dwelt as
man among the hills of Judea. So, too, most
of the venerable divines who have transmitted
to us their schemes of theology. It is a uiod-
n innovation to shave off the whole beard.
It was not commotr before the commencement
of (he last century. Moses forbade the Jews
to mar the corners of the beard, and David,
when Lis Embassadors were insulted by Ila
nan's shaving oil" one-half their beards", per
mitted them to tarrv at Jeric'uo till their
beards had crown.
While the beard, properly wornl is nn or
nament, it 13 sometimes rendered hideous by
inc manner in winch it is trimmed. A round
mass of bristles on the chin is never becom
ing, yet sometimes thin-cheeked, long-faced
gentlemen elongate their countenances in thia
war; o!t-?a these tuffs irr-part alow, animal
expression; they never confer dignity nr
bear.ty. Some few are greatly improved by
full vhiskcr3, others by a moustache. Son:e
look best with the beard trimmed rather close.
It requires an artist's eye to decide on what is
most becoming. Nature leaves a varying out
line to the beard which is more perfect than
any semi-circie cut by the razor.
"Perhaps you may think I have wandered
from my proper sphere in writingabout beards.
I had no idea of doing so when I commenced
this letter; you must charge it all to the snow
storm. I must leave tho sulject ol ladies dress
for another day. Yours, &c,
; The man who built the overslaugh has taken
up ins residence in .eir Jersev.
of oysters a-
last he drove
cross Newark Bay.
CLCARFIELD LODGE No. 103 I. O. of O.
F. meets everv Saturday evening, at 6 o'
clock, at their Ha'.fin Mcrrell & Carter's new buil
d ir.g on Second street. feb?0
JOHN RUSSELL & CO..
HHS AND CZTRnriCKS,
I'emivilU, Clearfield Co., Pa.,
cash prises. Hides taken in exchange.
Jnly 15, 1S51.
DAV11 S. PLOTS Ell Respectfully informs
his old friends and tho public,- that he has
obta incd the services of a good Cutter and work
man as a foreman in the tailoring business, end
he is now prepared to attend to any orders ia his
Line of work on the most aceomraodatin:: terms. and
short r.otice, and will have clothing on hand at all
times, such a3 dre?s coais, frock co its, vests, and
pantaloons of their own manufacture, and good
material at the lowest prices. With a wish to ac
commodate, ho solicits a share of patronage.
New AVashington. May 9, 1855.
BLACKS.MITITIXG. The subscriber would
inform tho public that he has taken tho IJlack
sictth Shop formerly occupied by George Orr. on
tne corner ot lnird and JMain streets, ln-tiio Dor
ough of Clearfield where he carries ou the business
ia all its various branches.
June 6, 1335.-1 y
PIIIL1PSBUHG HOTEL: The subscriber
would inform his friends in Clearfield, an 1 the
public generally that he has enlarged and refitted
his house, and is now enabled to compote success
fully with any Hotel in the country. -No pains
will Le snared to render h:s eucsts comfortable.
His tahlo shall always be supplied wun tne dcei
tho market can afford, and his charges moderate.
He respectfully invites his friends and others to
ito him a can. u. iv
Philipsburg Jan. 31,1355. 1 y.
nnYllONE LIVERY STAPLE. The sub-
JL scribcr, having removed his Livery ttaMc
from Curwensvillo to Tyrone City, begs lcavo to
his friends and the public, that ho is at all times
prepared to supply them with Horses, carriages.
hussies, and other vehicles on hire, nt the most
reasonable terms. Inquire at tho '-Citv Hotel."
Tyrone, January 31. lS55.-fimo.
"FOIIN TKOUT3IAN, House. Sisn and Orna
mental Painter. (J lazier, Chair maker r.nd
Pancr llanser. offer? his services to the citizens of
Clearfield and vicinity.
tlton en MtrL't .. j'tt Ifloie the Vnnnitrv.
CHAIRS. LOUNGES. SOFAS, NOCKING-
CHAIRS. OTTOMAN'S, Ac,
kept constantly on band and made to order, equal
in beauty to anv that can be obtained from the
Ea't, and more durablo in material.
Aug. 1, IS55.
AVE 1 Obi Si.KA SA.ii:-lnc subscriber
would inform his old friends and the public
generally, that be still continues to keep a house
of entertainment in New Washington tthere those
who call with him will rcccivo every attention,
and be ma le comfortable.
Good stabling, auJ every other eonvenier.ee fir
horses on the premises. DAVID S. PLOXNER.
New Washington, Jan. 31, 1355.
BEREOE DELAINES. A superior article o
Bcrego Delaines in dress patterns, at 25 cer.t3
per yard, never sold in this county before for less
than 50 cents at RIC1LVUD MOSSOP'S.
June 13. '55.
HEAP CLOTHING A large lot of Cheap Clo
thing, Men's and Boys, for sale cheap, by
Juno IS, 'jS. RICHARD MOSSOP.
LACKBERRY BRANDY. A certain cure for
the Dysantary, for sale by
Juno 13, '55. RICHARD MOSSOP.
A Largo assortment of Utono waro at the store of
Tunc 1S.1 W. V. IRWIN.
MANTILLAS A large lot of Ladies' and Chil
dren's Mantillas for sale at Mossop's Cheap
Cash Store June 13 '55.
T LACKBERRY BRANDY,
for the cure of Chol
nd all other diseases
J era Morbus, Bysentary and all other diseases
stomach and bowels, for sale by R Mossop
MACis.lREr herring aui CODFISH, at tho
gtore " fin 18.1 W. F. IRWIN.
BAtX M of Hams and Shnuldersat
Jan30 ) - . W. F. IRWIN'S.
good lot of WXInwiN'
jacT)H Smith, - .lti.
Clearfieldr January 23r
4 K. WRIGHT, MERCHANT, asd EXTEN-
XJL SIVE llEALEKIJN L.U.UIJfclv, second direct,
one door south of his residence, Clearfield, Pa.
Clearfield, March 11, MoX.
mr rim a ii for
KANSAS t The Blood
Red Bunncr floats in triumph on the lOld Cor
ner Starr," whero A. M. Hills has just opened the
cheapest and most splendid assortment of Goods,
ever displayed before this community, and exactly
ndapted'to their many and various necessities.
HATS. CAPS, HOOTS. SHOES, LOXNETTS, CAS
SIMEKES. CLOTHS. DHES3 GOOUS. TOIL
XT ARTICLES, DE LANES. PRINTS,
GLOVES, HARDWARE, STONE and
QUEENS WARE, GROCERIES,
with fancy articles ad infinitum.
ClcarfioliL June 20. ISjj. A. M. HILLS.
REMOVAL : The undersigned begs leave to
inform his friends that he has removed Lis
BOOT AND SEOS STORE,
from "Sha-.v's Row," to his new building, opposite
tho Ofaee of James Wri.?!y, and two doors sdlith of
the OSce G. 11. Bakrett, Esq.
He still keeps constantly on hands, every varie
ty of Lailies slippers, gaiters, pumps. Ac. Men's
fancy phocs and gniteifl. with an excellent assort
ment of heavy work, all adapted to the various
wants of tha people of Clearfield.' Ho hopes his
friends will call at his NEW STORE, and ex
amine his Stock.
Roots and Shoes made to order, and mending
done ns heretofore. ISAAC JOHXSTCX.
Clearfield. June 27, 155.V
GUL,1CII & BENNF.R, would respectfully
inform the citizens of Clearfield, and public
generally that they have entered into co-partner-thin
UABIXET MAKING BUSINESS,
and keep constantly on hands, and manufacture
to order, at tho lowest prices, every variety of
furniture, consiiting of
Dinincr, Breakfast, ami Centre Tables, Seici?it?,
Writing, and Wash-Stands, TJahcgGtiy, and
Common Bei-s!caJs ;
Mahogony and Cane-bottomed Chair?. liuri-aus.
Sof i.?. Lounires. c, tc.
Coffins made cud funerals attended ou the short
est r.otice, with a teat hearse, and appropriate
Hcuje Painting dune oa the shorted noiL-e.
Shop niid Ware-rooms, same us formerly occupi
ed bv John Galich. mearlr onposite the 'Jew .Store'
Clearfield. Pa JOHN G L'LICII.
May 22, :oj.-Jy.
ffMIE bOOD INTENT HOTEL,
JL CU3VEN5V1LLS, PA.
The Subscriber would inform his friends an I the
public that he h.isju5t refitted an J rc-farni.-heJ Lis
hou.-'e and is prepare lto render every attention to
the travelling community.
Ills bi.r contains liquors of the first quality, and
his table will always be supplied with tho best in
Ha rcsncctfully go'.iciis bis friend-? and others to
give him a call. WM. R. F LEMMING.
August I. 1S55.
G1IVE TriE.tr A TRIAL: SILVER'S
"T PLASTIC PAINTS : CHEAP, DURA
BLE A XD VII OTECTI VE.
aneae i anus will stand any climate, without
crack or blister, and harden "by ciposure ; thus
making in time an enamel of Stone, protecting
W ood from decay, and Iron and oiher metals from
rust and corrosion. They differ essentially frcra
the so-called Mineral Paint-s of the day. wbuh arc
principally Ochres, and Clays, and are entirclv
SILVER'S Tlastic Paints are purely JSIETAL
IC, containing uoAlumin or Clay.
They are levigated finely, mix rcadilv with Lin
seed Oil, (without the trouble of grinding. and
flow under the brush as t'reolp as the best Whito
Lead, and excel all others in body or covering
properties, one pound of which wiil cover as much
urlacc as two pounds of bite Lead, rcducinx tue
ccit two-thirds. There arcsii disunct eolors. vis;
Olive, I Lijht Brcwn, j Lia-ht Chocola'.e,
Slack, f Dark Eo. Deep Do.
All equally valuable as a preservative, and par
ticularly adapted to painting the outside of
Remember ! Exposure hardens citi increases
the durability of Arte PAINTS.
DIRECTIONS Mix with pure Linseed Oil, as
tht citij as po.i.uLle, as the l aint i t tne lasting or
protecting body, awl t'te oil simply the inrjium,
or asreut in sprridinr it.
FRENCH k RICHARDS
C e.veiial Wholesale Ac::.vts,
H. VI. corner Tenth and Market Streets,
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, Pry an 1 Ground
in Oil. by Sam l Uep-lin, lyroite City, Pa.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines Paints, Oils, Brushes,
Window Glass, Ac IAug. 13, '35.
riTUIE PENNSYLVANIA TELEGKAPH.
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THE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED. On and af
ter the first of January, 1S35, the Pennsylvania
Telecbai-ii, published at Harri.tburg, Pa., will bo
owned and conducted by tno unaersignea. hqo
will give their best energies to xnako it worthy of
its cuusc and ot its lnends.
It will commence the new year printed on cn-
tirclv new tvpe. and tho Wecklv crcatly enlarged
in form while the prico will bo lower titan that of
any other piprr of its class rvc.r publisltea at tue
CupU.it of tie rtate, axi payments will nr. ke
yrir.tD stiui-tly is advance. No paper will be
sent until it i3 paid for. and all will bo discontinued
as the subscriptions cxpircs.unless they are renewed
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sheet of twenty-four columns, duringt ho sessions
of the Legislature, and WEEKLY on a douh'.e
sheet o f forty-eight columns tho ren.aiueder of the
3'ear. It will present a comprehensive summary
of the Legislative proceedings ; all important
general laws, as they nro passed, and aiia to give
tbe current political intelligence of the times in
the fullest and most reliable manner. In short,
the proprietors hope to make ita complete Family
and Political Journal, and they confidently appca
to the people of Pennsylvania to sustain their enl
Tho Tr.Lcr.itArn wiil advocate a liberal political
policy, and aim to unite all thoso who, though an
imated by the same common purposes, and looking
to the same benilicont results, seem distracted by
tho conflict of distinctive organizations. It will
sustain the highest standard of American Nation
ality; and while yielding a sacred obedience to the
compromises of tho Constitution, will dcterinod
lv rcsht tho extension of Human Slavery. It will
give a cordial, earnest and independent support to
the administration of Gov. Pollock.
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Tho Teleokwh will be furnished SEMI-WEEKLY
during the sessions of tho Legislature, and
WEEKLY, on a double sheet tho, tho remainder of
tbe year, at tho following low rates the mosey
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number over twenty. Clubs should be made up at
onco. and the subscriptions forwarded before tho
first of January, so that they can commen?e with
the session of the Legislature.
Subscriptions will bo forwarded from this office
All orders must be addressed to
M'CLURE & SELLERS,
Hsr3 Easiness men will Gnd the Telec.kapa the
very best Advertising Medium inPennsylvania.out
of the cities. Deo. IZ, ao.-2t. '
CLOCKS of every variety and price, from
hours to 14 days, fur sale by
Juno 2?. 'aa. A. M HILLS
T ADIES Handkerchiefs, all Linnen. for sale by
f 1 0N FECTI0N A RIES a "lertle the slictett" as
sortmont this Borough ever could boast of. at
Juno 27, '55.) A. M. HILLS."
T.T CSLIN, at 5 conts per yard, at Mossop's choap
X-H- cah store. June la, 'ia
"I300TS k SnOES. A larce and splendid assort
j ment of Ladies', Gentlemeas and Childreni'
Boots and Shoes for sale at Mossop . Jn. 13.
OKER, BROTHERS tc JONES,
Bos. 158 & 160, Market Street, .
Importers and manufacturers of City and
EASTERN MADE BOOTS AND SHOES.
Alao, every variety of French and English Shoe
Lasting?, Patent Leather, Kid and Calf -skins,
Shoe Laces, Gallons, Bindings, lc,
suitable for manufacturers.
Alo. Foreign and Domestic Straw and Silk Eon
ucta. Leghorn, Panama, and Palm-Leaf Hats,
English, French, and American artificial
i'lowors, Oil Silk, Straw Trimmings,
Having removed to our new Store, No. 15S t 100
Market Street, below 6th, 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 tho approaching Fall Sale..
All our Ooods being exclusively et our own oi
r"ct Importation ov.il Manufacture, we feci confi
dent that our facilities aro such that we can offer
you inducements as regards variety and prices ot
Goods, uusurpiissed bv any house in the conntrv.
POKER, BROTHERS A JONES.
Nov. S. laj-i.-ly. Philadelphia.
ROOK. TYSON t REHN Wholesale Dry
Uood's Store, No. 14d, MaiketStrcet. Philadel
phia. Aug. 1, lSS.-ly.
GOOD NEWS ! Wholesale Store opened ia
Tyrona City, where anybody who wauts
cheap goods can purchase. Tho subscriber basj-t
openod a large and well selected stock of Quods in
T V KO.VE CITY,
Grnor- of Lojan and Jcniaa 5t.
He has on hauls and wiil constantly keep a lnrge
Dry Goods, Gmeries, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Clothing, HarJicare, Queensieare Drugs,
p so v is i a n s
of rH kinds, cor.-ii-fting of
Potatoes, Bacos, Fruit, Beans, Flour, Wheat,
Corn meal. Ac. Ac.
mi mi mi m u.
And ho hereby gives notice that he will se!! his
goods as low astut-y eon be purchased in anv town
or county this side of Philadelphia, and will tako
Boards. Shingled, or even uiouc v in exchnngs.
July 4, ' p. M. BELL.
pOING IT ALONE. The undersigned Lav
HJ3ir.;j tnken t himself tho store formerly own
ed by Patching Swan, takes pleamiro in inforinin,;
Li friends and the public generally, that ho has
just reueive.1 fru;n ifcc city u splendia assortment oi
Dry (.loo 1. Hardware. Quccasware. Groceries,
Cotfsotionaries, Hats and Caps, Boots
and every thing els-3 usually kept in. a country
store. Persons wishing to buy cheap and good
Goods should not forget that ho is determined not
to be underbid by r any store iuthe county. Ilia
motto is "a niiabls l cucv rathe than a slow six
pence " " S. C PATCHIN.
Glen Hopo: July l, 1351.
"sT P. NELSON & CO.,
8! Murrix Tuu-nship. Clearfield Co.. Pa.,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of th.it vi
ciuity that they keep constantly ou hand a large
ury into i tl ir.l- i xrr. IJtuenswirr. trrorerttS,
Confectioneries, Hits Cups, Bozt !f Show,
and all other articics usually kept m a country j
s;oro, v. uicn iney arc ueterimncu io ecu low ur
cash, country produce, or lumber.
lXC'IIANOE HOTEL, PHIUPSCI IIG.
JLJ The subscriber, thankful for past favors,
would re.-pectfully solicit a continuance of tho lib
eral patronaro bestnu-cd upon iii House by tho
Publis lie is prepared to accommodate water
men, editors, drovers, and all othcr3 who uav ca!l
with hiju, in the very best manner.
He also purposes to run a line of Hacks from
Tyrone to Clearfield, fur the accommodation of :he
travelling ?uWi:. ' J. G. KUNlv.
Philpsburg. March II, ISoa.-tf.
.MILL At thcOld Pioneer Mills on tho
loshaniion, in Morris township. TViiil.
scribcr has juit completed .1t-... r.m oi
g.Wfi Ln-.-.r,-itvrcd. "as4 sold oo commission.
Doc.2r.-5-l. 1 1 KS R YG R O E.
HO INT Y LANDS
Under the late act of C-:
neross. will fnd tho
subscriber fully prepared, with blanks, forms, ic.
to asiat them in procuring thtir Warrants.
Office two doors cast of Journal Office, up Rtairs,
Mar. 2-, '55. 11. BUCHER SWOOI'E.
P it O F L" S S I O N A L .
1IIOS. J. MrCl'LbOlCH, ATTORNEY AT
LAW and DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Clearfield,
Pa., muT be found at hi olhce in Shaw s Row,
four doors west of tho '-Mansion House.'' Deods
and other legal iustryuents prepared nith prompt
ness and accuracy. Keb. 13 ly.
AUHETT & LAi:UI?TEIJ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
having entered into copartnership in the practice
of their profesian. will faithfully attend to all
business entrusted to their care in Cleerfield coun
ty. G. K. UAKKKlf,
Clearfield. Julv 13. 1555-
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Two doors East of Journal office. Up stairs.
Dec. I. 1S54.
L JACKSON CJIANS,
.. A TTO R NE Y A T LA W.
Offieo adjoining his roidonec, on fecond St.
August 1. 155.
JAMES BIDDLE CORDON,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in the rooui adjoining, on tho East, the
Drusr Store, of Dr. H Lorrain. Ho may be con
sulted in French and German.
AViguft 1. 1855.-ly.
OCicc. nearly opposite the Court House.
August 1. 1-V6.
J 15. 31'ENALLY,
ATTORNEY AT L-iW.
CLE AIRFIELD, PA.
Practices in Clearfieid and adjoining counties.
Office nearly opposite Judge Wright's store.
August 1, 1S55.
ATTORNEY AT LAV',
. CLEARFIELD, PA.
Office in the room adjoining on the West, the
Store of Wm. F. Irwiu.
Anguft 1. 1S53.
OI1N' II. MULLEN,
Ficnehville,. Clearfield Coinitit. Pa..
Having rented the property and situation of Dr.
F. Hoops, tenders his professional services to the
citizens of Freucbville, and vicinity. Office, one
door east of Lutz's store, Ficnehville.
May 112, :55.-Sm.
B. E. AKLEV,
Grahampton . Clearfield County. Ftz.,
tenders his professional services to the inhabitants
of Grahampton nni surrounding country he can
at ail times ho found at bis 0ace, directly oppo
site Mr. J. B. Graham's store, when not protes.
sionally engagci. Apl.
A. M. DILLS, D. D. S. 02i?e aljoic-
IL ing his More, Ueiuuel.l, Pa. ArtiU-
cial Teeth, from ono to a f.;il set, moun
ted in the most approved mociorn style.
1'illins, Fiiinx and Cleaning done with care
Teeth extrnultl with all tho cars and dispatch
modern science can furnish.
DR. HILLs. can always be found at his office.
as he is now devotinz his wholo attention to his
'Tune rr, "55.
IRON WORKS ,
Tho attention of the Tinblie is invited to th
tensive manufactory and ware-room of theeubcri
bcr, who is prepared to furnish, at the shortest no
tice, IRON 11AILINU, or every description, for
CEMETRECS, PUBLIC & PRIVATE BUILD
INGS. Also. VERANDAHS. BALCONIES,
FOUNTAINS. SETTEES, CHAIRS,
LIONS, DOGS, 4c, 4c. 4c, 4c,
and other Ornamental Iron -Work of a decorativ
character, all of which is ex eon ted with the exprea
view of plesiiig tho taste, while they combine all
requisites of beauty and substantial constrnction.
Purchasers may rely on having all articles care
fully boxed and shipped to tbetr place ot destina
tion, -v dock oi aesigni win oe Bent io incie wno
wwh to make a selection. ROBERT V OOD,
Ridge Avenue below Spirng Oarrdcn St.,
Oet.O, '5i.-3ni. Philadelphia
CONRAD & WALTON,
235 Market Stre:t,
Importers and Dealers in
IRON, NAILS, $c., 4-c.
They respectfully invito tho people ot Clear
field, to continue their favors.
Aug. 1, 18ia.-ly.
MOUNT VERNON f
x 27o. 9, Sorti
The undesigned having taken the old well
known house, which has been renovated and ro
modeled throughout, respectfully solicits hia Clear
field f.ieuds to give him a call ou their vi:ts to
The furniture is a:l new. ainl has been selected
ti:h care from Henkles we'll known e itablishtnent
in Chestnut Street, and is of the latest und most
The locution for Merchnrit.s and others coming
to the citr is convenient, being in the centre of
tu?inc" ' 1. L. BARRET?,
Aug. 1, !S55.-ly. Proprietor.
AUK1S, ORBISON 4 CO., "
No. 259, Market St., North side between 6th Jfc 7th,
iiii-iucipiiia. l'rugs, -Medicines. Chemicals, Pal-
ent M(iii'iiip S
urical Instruments. Pruz'ist'a
futaerv c., A;
JOHN HARRIS. M. D.
E. B. ORl'.ISON.
Aug. l,'55.-lj. J. SUARSWOOD.
i'ssell a scnoTT.
.V Nos. 13d Market St.. 5 2!erchaat St.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
DB UGS, C HEMIC. 1LS, $c.
They respectfully invite their Cleafield frier.di
to give them a calf. Jan. 17. '55.-ly.
jTTOOD A CO Extensive Dry-goods Dealers. No,
3. A lit, Market St., Philadelphia, keep constant
ly on hand a lurg. eplendid. and cheap stuck of
the most fashionable and elegant goo li. They ia
vite country Merchants to coll cud examine their
eplendid assortment, before purchasing elsewhere
August l, lS55.-ly.
7TLLIAM S. HANSELL &, HON, Mauufae-
T turcrs end Importers of Saddlery, and Sad
dlery Hardware, No. '2-i Market Street. Bhilaiei
phia. Saddles, Bridles. Hurncss, Trunks, Whips
Saddle Bags, Bri Jle Filling, Bits. Stirrups. Buckles
Carpet Bags, cct. I Aug. 1. '55.-ly
tIDLE.MAN i HAYWARD Wholrsiile Gro
wers. Tea Dealers, and Commisjion Merchants
No. -7;:. Market Street, PLiladolphiM.
AT. LANE h OO- Wholesale CI
- --o'tuado CJothlnr ' Aug. 1,
C.-inwf,."- .. ... .
-VEORGE J. WEAVER A CO.. .-"o. 19 North vY.v
Jf ter Street. Philadelphia-, Dealers in Carpet
chair.. Yarn. Maniilaand Hemp Ropes, Bd-cordi
Clothes-lines, ic, Ac. fAuS l.lSC-o.-ly.
SAAC 31. AS21TON Hat S:orf. o iTJ
arkct St., Philadcl:.hia. Ha'3, Caps, i uri.
lc. of every variety, anJ tbe best quanty-nway
on hand. " Aug. I, l-i.j5.-ly.
GEOUUE W. COLLADAY. Conveynncer
und Land Agent, No. 3. Goldsmith's Hull,
Philadelphia, will faithfully attend to all business
entrusted to his car. l-nS- li lSis.-ly-
CALEB COPE A CO, No. ISO, Market St., Thila
dclphia. Dealers in Linens. Whito Gooda. Ho
siery, Ercncb. English and (ic-rman Silk Goods, La
ces, Giwves. Bolting Cloths. &s. Aug. I, '5o.-ly.
iAl'L 4 TAYLOR.
No. 2oj ilarket Etrcet,
Have always on hand, at their Wholesale Ware
house, a largo assortment of
the Newest Stylo of
BOOT. SHOE. AND STRAW GOODS.
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
All their goods being of their own direel Im
portation and Manufacture, they are enabled to
offer superior inducements to Merchants laying ia
WM. W. PAUL,
N. G. TAYLOR.
Dec. 1. 1551. It.
VISE'S CHEAP WATCH
- STORE, No. 72 North Sect
coxa Street, (oppo
site the Mount Vernon House..) l'phila'aelpnia.
Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled, IS K. catct.
Silver Lever do., do.; Silver Lepine. do.; Quartier;
Gold Spoctacles, Silver do.; Silver Table Spoons
Silver Desert do. ; Silver Tea do. ; Gold Pens and
Gold Cases; Gold Pens and Silver do.: togetbei
with a variety of fino Gold Jewelry, Gold Curb
Guard and Fod Chains. All goods warranted t
bo as represented. Watches and Jewelry, repair
ed in tho best manner.
Also. Masonic Marks, Pine. Ac, made to order.
N. B. All orders sent by mail or otherwise
wiil bo punctually attended to.
His motto is: "-Small Profits and Quick Sales,'
Philadelphia, April '5, 1655.
Y. KUSIITOX & CO.,
245 Market tr?ot,
Importers and Dealers in Earthen-WareTChina,
Gloss, and Qacens Ware,
Opposite the Red Lion Hotel. Pbilade:phl.
J. Y. RUSHTOX,
J. C. HOPKINS.
Nov. 8, '51.-1 y. ROBT. STILS0N.
rOONS, HEILMAN 5s CO.,
No. 107 NOKIU THIRD a i..
In XcroiTi and Domestic Dry Goods.
Fifth Door below Race.
AMOS G. 11L1LMAN.
Philadelphia, May 13, lSio.-iy.
COWELL & CO.,
173 Karket Street,
Wholesale Dealers in Hits, Cap?, Furs,
between 5th and 6th St., Philadelphia.
Jan. 17, 1S55.
MAIiTIX, MORRELL & CO.,
(Lato OLIVER MARTIN & CO.)
Importers and Dealers ia HOSIERY. TRIM,
riVGS.COMBS.ERUSHES, FANCY GOODS, ie.
Ifo. 24 North Fotirth Strtat, Philadepohia.
M. T. MARTIN. CI1A3. 11. HAMRIl'K
DAM'L J. MORRELL, G. R. PEDDIJi.
Dec. 5. 'at.l ' SANDRSON R. MARTIN.
TJUISMUTH & lmOTUEK,
ITo. 105 !T. Third Street, djors below Rsoe
Nor. 20, ii -ly. five riatASxtpuia.
Janiata St., Tyrone City, pt
Wholesale and Retail Deal.r in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS. MEDICINES. Piint
OILS, DYE STUFFS. WINDOW GLAi '
VIALS, PERFUMERY, io., &e.
Having Just opened an extensive aasortment
these articlea.Physicians wiiifnd it to their drn
tage to give bini a call, and exam in hU Stoct iZ
fore ordering from the Eastern Ciliee; and Cn
try Merchant! can also be accommodates wl-h .m
the Essences. Tinctures. Patent iltdiciat
WHOLESALE and RETAIL, at lowst
f"He hopes by strict attention to busintM HJ
a desire to please, to merit a ihare of public ,a
ronage. April 25. la
Has just opened a lares and splendid anvraccti
NEW GOODS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Of everv deiarintion and analitr.
which he is feliine off at tbe lowest price ttJr
known in thi region of Conatry,
DRY-GOODS. HARD Br Q UEENS WA R
HATS & CAPS, BOOTS V SHOES.
GROCERIES a- CONFECTIONERIES.
AT CITY PRICES.
He invites hi Clearfield friends to cU Lin
a call, and exchange their rags, lumber, fhlnglct.
and every variety of produce, for the CHEanij
and best goods, to be had wcat of Philadelphia.
rD. Zl, 1SJ0. iy. .
SEBASTOPOL Mi AT IAS!!
ST ART LI-NO ANNOUNCEMENT.
LATEST ARRIVAL FROM TEE EAST.
KK. WELCH, has just returned from tho City
with a new ana splendid assortment cf
atcnes, Jewelry, and fcilver-ware the larz-tit.
1 iest and cheapest ever brought into Clearfield ooa
j sisting of hunting and open-faced gold and t:Wr
watches, gold JocketJ. gold chains, cold Pecs. r.a;t.
breast-pins, spectacles, silver forks, bracelets, s'.tcto
buttons, cuff pins, car rings, Ac., Ac, Ae.
Watches and jewelry repaired on tho shorui4t
notice. June C, '5i.
THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNETiisiTe.
TnE Tkitk-ne is now in the middle of its fif
teenth year; Vol. XV. of its wockly insue commen
ced on the 1st of September last. The Amerieau
public need not now be made acquainted with
character or claims to consideration. With but
subordinate regard for prudenca, policy and pop
ularity, it has aimed to stand for KigheoasucA
tir. IWfe fSnd7p.fVaKoB.aiaerBifi Jnio-i-'
trader on this Continent, tho' he may ner re4'V
anything but his bills of sale and notes-pay j
who does not know and hate the Tkibc.ve; therein
not an extensive fabricator of drugged and poison
ous Liquors who does not cotsi-Jcr it a very dan
i very dan
ler why it V
gerous ana immoral paper, ana wcnier
publication is tolerated in a commercial.
buvinir Citv like New-Yoik. The Neicjr
ry once lorcioiy remaraea mat it nai never aaown ,
a h-r-J, griping, screwing avaricious employer who
was not hostile to tho Thisi'vi:, nor one eminently
ger.erocs and kindly who did not like it ! Prompt
and plain-spoken in its denunciations of Iniquity
and abuses of power, whilst claiming no exemp
tion from human fallibility, it may have don
temporary icjustico to individuals, but it has nev
er been unfaithful to Principle, nor deaf to tho
cries of the wronged and suffering. In its columns
the advocates of novel and nnpopalar theories con
teroplating the melioration of "human woes, espe
cially those of the voiceless and down-trodden,
have ever found audience asd hospitality ; while
it has already resisted, and will persistently com
bat, every attempt toproscribe and degrade any
class because of diversities of Nativity, or Creed.
In defiance of calumnies the most atrocious, and
of ho'tililiee the most deadly and untrue, tbe Tat
riWE has grown steadily in public appreciating
from thedHVof its origin. Its means of Benioj
th'e publie have been augmented in proportion.
Instead of a single editor with oner two aniet
auta, its organization now coxup'ses a nomaroiii
boa v of writ era each,;JJ)', bv special accouipiijb
Jafi&iif of TeTf.b lis iVXKH'vfJ'i!.
Tuples ttr.l o: its earnest ities; a Tos-a
correr-pondetts encircles the globe, trauswiuics;
early trd intelligent carratioc of whatever U
ntost worthy of aKention; while Tolitics, Legisla
tion. Litcmture. Art. History ia short, whatever
uUV-cts the 0?ial well-boing of mankind. Polrmid d
Th'-c.ocv alone excepted finds hero the freest
ar,d most searching diescussion.
Attached bv iiroi'ound conviction to the beclfi
cct:t --oiicy c-t Tndustrial development and Intern
e! Iut-rC'jr:?murjieation whose most conspicuous
ciiiuipk'u tiir.-agh the last half-century was Uas
uv Clav imbued, moreover, with the spirit f for
bearance towards our weaker neighbors, and tow
ard the much wronged Aborigines of this Conti
nent and of Peace with All which will hallow tbe
uauic of Whig, the Triccse, while surrendering
no jot of its proper independence co-operated ea
ncsily on! urdently with the Whig party so long
as ius vitality was preserved. When in 1S50-2 an
attempt was made to interpolate slave-bunting in
to its creed. e sternly resisted that imposition;
when, at tho close uf the last Presidential can
vass, it was soon that a large portion of the Whigs
preferred to defeat their own party rather than
allow its Anti-Slavery wing to share its triumph,
even under a conservative Chief on a Pro-Slavery
platform, wc knew and proclaimed that the Whig
party was no more Subsequent events, including
the rise and calumniation of the Know Nothing
conspiracy, and the speedy absorption therein of
the whole force of Pro-slavery Whigisin, only con
firmed our ucdoubting anticipations. With u
sickly lamentations, therefore,-for the Inevitably
bygone, but with hope, and joy, and sympathy,
and words of cheer, havo we bailed the beginning
and watched the progress of that mighty REPUB
LICAN movement which impelled bv the perfidi
ous violation of tbe Missouri Compact, and stimu
lated by the astounding ourrages wncreof fee
rights of the Free Settlors of Kansas havt been tho
victims by repeated and utter vitiation of their
elections by an armed mob collected by conspiracy
and burled suddenly upon them from the border
counties of the neighboring S-leve State, is destin
ed to sweep away the landmarks of old party
feuds, and unite the true hearts and strong arms
of the free-sou lei in one mighty effort to confine
the scourge and scandal of our country within tho
limits of the States which unwisely uphold it. To
the succew of this effort, the energies of the Tlti
BrxE will be sternly devoted; while the TEMPER
ANCE REFORM, including the entire suppression
of the traEc in intoxicating beverages, will End in it.
as hitherto, an earnest sud unflinching champion.
Commencing as a daily folio sheet of moderate
siio, and with pesrdely a shadow of patronage, the
TaicrsE is now bsued in quarto form Daily (three
dii-tinct editions), Sftni-li rttly. and Weiily. on a
sheet 44 by 31 inches, eight ample pages of six col
umns each. Its circulation has steadily grom
from nothing to the following aggregate : . .
Dailv issues, eve. and morn : '29,500 eopU.
Somi-Weekly : : : : 14,175
Wcely : : : 186,500
California edition : : : 6,000-
Total. : : : : 1S0.17S copies.
We believe no ether newspaper in the world hc
a subscription list over half so large as this ; and
no periodical of any sort can rival it. And while
its extreme cheapness rendering an increase of
paying readers otily as indirect pecuniary advant
age to cs, has doubtlcrs largely swelled itsub
script ions list, it would be absurdity not peroeiva
in this unprecedented patronago some evidence
cf rnblio approval and cs;ocm.
TESTIS1 Tho Triw-xk employs no traveling
cgenis and sends out to papers on trust. If it is
not stopped when the term paid for expires, and
tho subscriber dees not choose further to pay for
it. we resort to no legal process to compel him. On
the Weekly, we mean to stop every paper on thef
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agents wisn no money paid to any when the pay
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us: onco mailo 1, its safety is at our risk, (and as-'
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ry one who deems it a good work to obtain and for
ward the names and money of his friouds and,
Eeighbors. 0'ir terms invariably are for tho
DAILY TRILUNE. ono copy. So per annum.
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WEEKLY, S2; 3 copies for Si; a for $3; 10 for
$12; 20 copies to one address for S 20; larger clubs
il each subscriber. Additions may at all time
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Kov. 21. ' .Vs. 154 .YMru Sti, JtnoTtri.