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road to those who advertise by the year.
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No paper discontinued without payment of ar
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On and after Monday, Feb. 23d. 1S57, passenger
trains will leare Tyrone station as follows :
Past Line, 1.47 A. M. 8 51 P. M.
Express, 8 23 A. M. 3 A. M.
Mail. 6.21 P. M. 3 P. M.
PW. BARRETT, JUSTICE OF THE
e PEACE, Lnthersbnrg. Clearfield county, Pa.,
will attend promptly to all business entrusted to
WEST BRANCH FIRE INSURANCE COM
PAJiY, LOCK HAVEN. CLINTON CO.,PA.
Insures Detached Buildings. Stores, Merchandise
and other buildings and their contents.
Hon. John J. Poarce, lion. O. C. Harrey,
John B. Hall. T. T. Abrams,
Charles A. Mayer, I. K. Jackman,
Charles Crist, W. White,
Peter Dickenson. Thomas Kitchen.
Ho. G. C. IIARVEY, Prbs't.
TLos. Kitchen, Sec'y. T. T. Abrams. Vice Pres t.
The undersigned having been appointed a
gont by this company, gives notice that he will
Insure Buildings of every description, Goods, Ac.,
on the most reasonable terms. This company is
in a prosperous condition, and meets all demands
promptly. The capital stock of the company is
5100,000 with privilege of increasing to 5300.000.
A. M. MOXTELIUS.
Curwensville, Pa.; Aug. 20. 1358-6mp
REMOVAL JOSHUA S. JOH.NSO
has removed his shop to the new building of John
Trontman, on Market street, where he will keep
on hand or manufacture to ordor, (of superior
finish,) every variety of Household and Kitchen
snob as Tables, Bureaus, Safes, Stands Cupboards,
fsofas. Bedsteads, 4c, of every style end variety,
which he will dispose of at cheap rates as any o
ther establishment of the kind in the county.
Call and examine his furniture, and judge for
yonreolves of its quality end finish.
JOSHUA S. JOHNSON.
Clearfield, Pa.. December 17, 1866.
aT. S C II A F F N E R ,
LUMBER MERCHANT. MARIETTA,
Of the firm of Linrlsey ami Schaffntr,
Respectfully offora his services to the Timber men
of the West Branch in the spring, to take charge of
the Timber of those who are desirous of returning
home and to their business again. From his knowl
edge of the business he feels confident of being
able to obtain the highest market rates, of all con
signments entrusted to him. All attention paid to
Timber left to bis care after the spring business.
As for reference would refer to
James B. Graham, Esq. Wat. Powbll,
Col. Jons Patches.
Marietta, February 4, 13S7-2m.
Mansion no USE,
The undersigned respectfully announces to the
Snblio that he has leased the above Hotel in Clear
eld borough, and that he is prepared to accom
modate all who may favor him with their custom.
His boose is commodious and convenient, and his
table shall be supplied in tbe best manner possi
ble. No effort will be spared to render general
satisfaction. By strict attention to business, and
to the wants and comfort of his guests, he expects
So secure a liberal share of patronage.
febll-'57 DAN. M. WEAVER.
CAUTION . All persons are cautioned a
gainst meddling with the following property,
now in possession of Wm. Curry, Sr. and Samuel
Curry, of Knox township, as tho same belongs to
me and only left with the said Curry's on loan.
One bay Horse. One bay Mare. One sorrel Mare,
Two setts' of Harness, and Two Cows.
II. D. PATTON.
Curwensville, Deo. 10, 1956-jan7-'57-3m
T OG-FLOATEKS TAKE NOTICE-That
.Li at a meeting of the Lumbermen held at
Clearfield on the lath inst., tho undersigned were
appointed a committee to institute prosecutions a
rainst all personsobstructing the nai igablc streams
by the floating of loose logs. We therefore notify
all porsons concerned, that proceedings will be in
stituted and prosecuted to conviction again.it all
and every person, whether owner, contractor or
laborer, engaged in putting loose logs into the riv
er or any of its tributaries in the countiesof Clear
field, Elk and Centre. JOHN M. CIIA?E.
W. H. ROMS" N". KOKT. MAII AFFEY,
WM. STEWART, JAMES AS KEY,
DANIEL RHOADES, C. W BLAKE.
ROBT. ROTH ROCK.
J. Z. LINDEMl'lII.
August 27. ISob.
J P. NELSON & CO.,
Morris Township, Clearfield Co., Pa.,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of that vi
cinity tLat they keep constantly on band a large
Dry Goods, Hard-Ware. Qneensioare, Groceries,
Confectioneries, Hats ir Caps, Boots & Shoes,
and all other articles usually kept in a country
store, whirh they are determined to sell low for
cash, country produce, or lumber.
August 1 , 18-.i.
TVEW HOTEL: Tl.e old 'Skbrixi Hocse,' at
11 NEW WASHINGTON,
has been re-opened and re-fitted by tho undersign
ed, who respectfully solicits a share of publio pat
ronage. He is well provided with house room and good
stabling, and intends keeping a Temperance House,
at which he will alwavs end.ivor to make his
gues feel at homo. JOHN SHETTER.
August 1, 1S55. If.
FOR SALE. Tbe subscriber offers for sale
his farm, couUinir.g about 02 acres, with a
bout 25 acres cleared and under goad cultivation,
having thereon erected one 2-story bouse and
barn, situated ono and alialf miles above Clear
field town, opposite the lie w bridge. For terms
apply to the subscriber on tbe premises.
may 14-tf Ml LP nOYT.
JOHN RUSSELL St CO.,
TANNERS AND CURRIERS,
I'enuville, Cleirfield Co., Pa.,
Keep constantly on hand an excellent assortment
of leather, wbi;h they offer for sale at the lowest
cab prices. Hides taken in exchange.
July 15. 1854.
M O N E Y
WILL BE PAID FOR 500 BUSHELS OAT3,
at the highest market price,
A. 31. HILLS, Clearfield Borough.
WOODEN WARE A lot of superior Bucket
Tuba and Willow Baskets, just received
and for sale at the sign of the
nov2 CHEAPEST GOODS."
lARLOR STOVES Several excellent Par
lor Stoves to be had at H. D. PATTON 'S.
Anvil 71 lasr
There will be sold at public outcry, on tbe pre
nMes of George Wilson. Sr , in Bogs township,
Clearfield eo., on Tuesday, the 2lst day of April,
1857, at 10 o'clock. A. M., the following property :
Horses. Cattle, and Hogs. 3
Poultry. Bacon, and Bees,
Saddles. Bridles, Carriage. Sleigh.
Carriage and sleigh harness, Ac.
ALSO- farming atensils, such ss
riows. Harrows. Wagons, Sleds,
Cider-mill, Wind-mill, Cutting-box,
Log chains. Fly nets, Wagon and
Plow harness. Ac.,
Besides a variety of household goods. Terms made
known on day of sale by
WILLIAM L. WILSON,
Agent for O. W'ilwni, r,
MreU 2iib; 1557,-St pd.
LET US REASON TOGETHER.
HOLLOW A YB PILLS.
WHT ARE WE SICK I
IT has been the lot of the human rare to be weigh
ed down by disease and suffering. HOLLO
WAY'S PILLS are specially adapted to the relief
of tbe WEAK, the NERVOUS, tbe DELICATE,
and tbe INFIRM, of all climes, ages, sexes, and
constitutions. Professor Holloway personally tn-
Cerintends themanufactnre of his medioines in the
Tnited States, and offers them to a free and tnligbt
ened people, as the best remedy the world ever
saw for the removal of disease.
THESE PILLS PURIFY THE BLOOD.
These famous Fills are expressly combined to op
erate on the stomach, the liver, tbe kidneys, the
lungs, the skin, and the bowels, correcting any de
raogement in their functions, purifying the blood,
the very fountain of life, and thus ouring disease
in all its forms.
OISPEPSIA AND LIVER COMPLAINTS.
Noarly half tbe human race have taken these
Pills. It has been proved in all parts of tho world,
that nothing has been found equal to them in cases
of disorders of the liver, dyspepsia, and stomach
complaints generally. Tbey soon give a healthy
tone to these organs, however much derangod,and
when all other means have failed.
GENERAL DEBILITY. ILL HEALTH.
Many of the most despotic Governments have of
pened their Custom Houses to the introduction of
these Pills, that they may become the medicine of
the masses. Learned Colleges admit that this
modi-.'ine is the best remedy ever known for per
sous f delicate health, or where the system has
boon impaired, as its invigorating properties never
fail to afford relief.
No female, young or old. should bo without this
celebrated medicine. It corrects and regulates the
monthly courses at all periods, acting in many ca
ses like a charm. It is also the best and safest
medicine that can be given to Children of all ages,
and for any complaint; consequently no family
should be without it.
Holloway's Pills are the best remedy Inourn in the
world for the follouring Diseases :
Asthma Diarrhoea SccondarySymptoms
Coughs Chest Diseases Stone and Gravel
Colds Fever and Aguo Venereal Affections
Influenza Bowel Complaints Female Complaints
Costiveness Inflamation Worms of all kinds
Dyspepsia Indigestion Lowncss of spirits
Debility Liver Complaints Inward weakness
Dropsy Piles Headaches
Sold at the Manufactories of Professor Hol
low at, 80 Maiden Lane, N. York, and 214 Strand,
London, and by all respectable Druggists and Deal
ers of Medicine throughout the United States, and
the civilized wolrd, in boxes at 25 cents, 62i cents,
and $1 each.
?There is a considerable raving by taking
tbe larger sizes.
N. B. Directions for the guidance of patients in
every disorder are affixed to each box. apr3'5S
DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY
The Dailt Telegraph. Notwithstanding the ru
mors spread abroad by our political opponents,
that tho 'Daily Telegraph' would be discontinued
after tho election, we announce to the public that
wo shall not only continue its publication, but it
shall be done with renewed vigor and determina
tion to meet tho public expectations and wants.
The publishers will spare r.o labor or expense to
make it a paper eminently worthy of the capital
of Pennsylvania, and one which should be found
at every fireside in our borough
The 'Daily Telegraph' will contain the latest
news received by Magnetic Telegraph and Mails.
We shall give particular attention to our Local de
partment, and endeavor to make the Reports as
full and interesting as possible. The Editorial De
partment will be under tbe management of able
and experienced gentlemen, who, upon all ques
tions affecting the public, will express their opin
ions fairly and freely. Oar next Legislature will
be entrusted with several important duties the
election of United States Senator, the election of a
State Treasurer, the apportionment of the State,
Ac, which will niakc the proceedings unusually
interesting and important. The 'Telegraph' will
be ablo to present this and all other news transpi
ring at the State Capital much sooner and more
satisfactorily than any other paper in the State.
The 'Semi-Weekly and Weekly Telegraph' will
be published, as heretofore. We shall endeavor
to make the 'Weekly Telegraph' the best family
newspaper in the Mate, it will contain all the
latest news up to the hour of going to press. It
will con'aiu full reports of the markets in tho At
lantic cities. A portion of our columns will be de
voted to the interests of Agriculture and Mechan
ics. The 'Seini-Weokly' will bo publisaed only
during the soss'tons of the Legislature. Our efforts
shall bo to make tho Telegraph the model news
paper of the State.
TERMS : The Daily Telegraph will be furnish
ed at a distance for 51 per unnnm; 52 for six
months; or SI for three months. Single subscri
bers in the town will be furninhed at six cents per
week pnyablo weekly to tho carrier.
The J-emi-Wcckly and Weekly Telegraph will
be furnished to single subscribers at 52 per annum.
Our Clubs Kates arc as follows :
Clubs of 5, - - - . - - S3
" 10, 17
" 20. 30
The person who raises a club will receive a co
py of the paper gratis.
Where is the person who cannot afford this?
Three cents per week for a newspaper, which shall
convey to him. in addition to political intelligence,
all foreign, domestic and local news ; in a word,
all of political interest which may transpire ci
ther at home or abroad.
Thanking our friends everywhere for the gener
ous patronage they have extended to us during
the campaign, wc trust that they will at once re
new their subscriptions, and make the Telegraph
in future a constant visitor at their firesides.
Cast your Bread upon the "Waters, for after many
days ye shall find it.
A Certain Cure for all Rheumatic Pains.
dos't cosdems but try it, it casvot fail.
E. C. ALLEN'S
CONCENTRATED ELECTRIC PASTE,
AND ARABIA PAIS EXTRACTOR. FOR MA BORSB.
Copyright secured according to Lave.
SMAL-. JAR 50 CENTS, LARGE JAR SI.
rMIE Electric Paste acts upon the Muscles. Ten
A dens, and upon the wholo nervous system, re
moving torpidity and producing a healthy action
of the blood. There be in if no volatile matter in
its competition, it remains in action until it accom -plishes
its work. It cannot lose its strength, and
is altogether harmless, its constituent parts being
WHAT WILL IT CURE?
We answer Rhcumstic Pains, when everything
else fails. Cramps. Cholic, Coughs, Chilblains,
Burns. Scalds, Sprains. Headache. Toothache. Swel
lings, Bruise. Sores, Ringworm.Tettcr, Stift' Joints,
Contracted Chords, Fresh Cuts.Ulcerate.l Sorcs.nnd
all Scrofulous Diseases where external remedies
ean be ned. Sore Throats. Stiff Necks, Ac.
WHAT IT WILL CLRE for Horses and Cattle,
eweeny, Spavin. Fistulas. Poll Evil, Windgalls,
I leers. Cholic, Sprains. Collar and Saddle Ualls.
Stone Bruises, Stiff Joints, Vertigo, Splints and
ETiTNone genuine but those having the words
"E. C. Allen's Concentrated Electric Paste, o- Ara
bian Pain Extractor, Lancaster. Pa.," blown in the
bottle 1 1?" Look out for counterfeits. Don't for
get lo ask for ALLEN'S.
Letters upon business, address, E. C. Allen, eare
of H. A. Rockafield A Co., Lancaster, Pa.
CFor sale at tho Drug Storo of Charles D.
Watson, Clearfield, Pa., and country storekeepers
and Druggist throughout the State my21'56-ly
JAMES B. GRAHAM. Dealer in SAWED
LI MBER. SQUARED TIMBER, SHINGLES,
BOARDS. Ac, is prepared to fill, on tbe shortest
notice, all orders for articles in his line of busi.
noss, or. as reasonable terms as they can be Pro
cured in tho county.
Grahsmpton, Clearfield Co., Jan. 23, 1856
HOUSE AA'D LOT FOR SALE The late
residence of J. M. Pfoutx, in Ansonville,
may be bought cheap by immediate application to
me. IdcclO-tf.l J. B. M'ENALLY.
lot of fine Broast Pins Ear
' Drops. hiit Studs, Ac, for salo verycheap. by
Clearfield. Dec.3 THOMAS ROBBINS.
A I M K .ATE bett of Blackemithing'iuolB,
including BeUowp. Anvil, Srrew-plates, Ao ,
fcrsaleby pacT MZRREXL A CARTES
REMOVAL The nndersigned begs leave to
inform his friends that he has removed his
BOOT AND SHOE 6 TORE,
from "Shaw's Row," to his new building, opposite
tbe Office of James Wrigly. and two doors south of
the Office (i. R. Barrett, Esq.
He still keens con.tantly on hands, every Tartc
ty of Ladies slippers, gaiters, pumps. Ac. Men's
fancy shoes and gaiters, with an excellent assort
ment of heavy work, all adapted to tho various
wants of the people of Clearfiold. He hopes his
friends will call at his NEW STORE, and ex
amine bia Stock.
Boots and Shoes made to order, and mending
done as heretofore. ISAAC JOHNSTCN.
Clearfield. June 27, 1855.
GOING IT ALOJiE. The nndersigned hav
ing taken to himself the store formerly own
ed by Patch in A Swan, takes pleasure in informing
his friends and the publio generally, that ho has
just received from the city a splendid assortment of
Dry Goods, Hardware, Qucensware, Groceries,
Confectionaries, Hats and Caps, Boots
and every thing else usually kept in a country
store. Persons wishing to buy cheap and good
Goods should not forget that he is determined not
to be undersold by r any store inthe county. His
motto is '-a nimblo penny rathe than a slow six
pence " S. C PATCHES.
Glen Hope, July 5. IS54.
EXCHANGE HOTEL. PIIILIPSBURO.
The subscriber, thankful for past favors,
would respectfully solicit a continuance of tho lib
eral patronage bestowed upon his House by the
Publio Ho is prepared to accommodate water
men, editors, drovers, and all others who may call
with him, in the very best manner.
He also purposes to run a line of Hacks from
Tyrone to Clearfield, for the accommodation of the
travelling publio. J. G. RUNK.
Philpsburg. March 14. 1355.-tf.
AVID S. PLOTTER Respectfully informs
his old friends and the public, that he has
obta ined the services of a good Cutter and work
man as a foreman in the tailoring business, and
he 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 oats, frock coats, vests, and
pantaloons of their own manufacture, and good
material at the lowest prices. With a wish to ac
commodate, he solicits a share of putronnge.
New Washington. May 9, 1855.
t. 4- J. PATCITIN,
Have just received a new and splendid assort
ment of Goods the best that was ever brought in
to the upper end of Clearfield County. They in
vite their friends and the public generally to give
them a call, where thuy will find all kinds of
goods usually kept in a Country Store.
Come and examine our stock we charge noth
ing for the exhibition.
Burnside. Nov. 23, 1355.
1710U SALE the Farm occupied by Richard
Danvers, Jr., situate in Perm township, about
one mile from PennsvilU. It contains 64 acres, of
which 45 are cleared and under good fence. Tbe
improvements are a two-story frame hou.e and
kitchen, barn and out-houses. There is a young
bearing orchard on the place, and the whole is
well watered. For terms apply to
L. J ACKSON CR A NS.
june4 Clearfield, Pa.
TVT E W A R R I V A L The undersigned has
1 1 just received a large stock of
adapted to the season, consisting of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. Ql'EENSWARE,
H A R D W ARE. CON FECTION ARIES,
JAMES B. GRAHAM.
Grahamton, Aug. 22. 1S55.
HO! FOR THE TEMPLE OF HONOR
B R AD IN iV Al'G 1 R K' S,
TIN, COPPER, A SHEET-IRON WARE
BRADIN A MO IKK have just opened an exten
sive Tin, Copper, if Sheet-Iron Ware MannfacJit
ry, where they arc at all times prepared to supply
customers with every conceivable article from tbe
smallest Coffee pot spout to the longest pipe ima
ginable. They will do both a
WHOLESALE A RETAIL
business, and will at all times have on hand a
largo assortment of ready-made ware.
tl O V S E S t' (J U I I A Cr
done to order, on the shortest notice, and put np
in a neat, substantial manner.
STOVES, STOVE-PIPE, $ KETTELS,
of every variety kept constantly on hand.
They will furnish to order any of tho following
Cook Stoves, viz : Tho William Penn, Queen of
the West, the Atlantic, and Cook-Complete,
all of which are suitable for both wood and coal!
Among the Parlor Stoves will bo found tho "Lady
Washington," tbe '-Excelsior," 'Home Parlor,' Ac.
Produce of all kinds taken in exchango for
goods. A. A. BRADIN.
JNO. D. M'GIRK.
October 24. 1855.-tf.
WHOLE-SALE. Tho subscriber wishing to
retire from the Mercantile business, (sole
ly on account of press of Professional business) do
sires to dispose of his entire stock of Store goods
at wholesale and will sell them on the most accom
modating terms. Any person wishing to engage
in trading in any part of the county will do well
to call and see uie beforo making any other ar
rangements. A. M. HILLS.
Clearfield. August 27. 1858.
ITiOR SALE, TWO BUILDING LOTS in tho
1 borough of Clearfield ; several BUILDING
LOTS and PASTURE AND WOOD LOTS, contain
ing from three to ten acres each, near the borough
Also several desirable FARMS and pieces of
TIMBER LAND, in various parts of tbe county.
Terms accommodating. Apply to
L. JACKSON CHANS.
April 16, 185(5. Clearfield. Pa.
HAVE YOU SEEN SAM? The subscriber
would inform his old friends and tho public
generally, that he still continues to keep a house
of entertainment in New Washington where those
who call with him will receive every attention,
and bo made comfortable.
Good stabling, and every other convenience for
Horses on the premises. I). S. PLOlNfcK.
STILL ON HAND! Tho undersigned con
tinues tho CLOCK AND WATCH MAKING
BUSINESS, at his new shop on the corner of Main
and Mechanic streets, one door South of Dr. R. V.
Wilson's office, where be will bo pleased to accom
modate his customers at all times. Repairing done
on the shortest notice Jaug2l R. R. WELSH.
PAY TO-DAY. ANDTRUST TB-MORRDff.
1 8 5 0.
THE OLD CORNER STORE OF
A. M. HILLS. IS JUST NOW
BEING CRAMMED with a choice scloction of
A T THE PURCHASERS OWN PRICES.
READY-MADE CLOTHING in great variety and
of the choicest qualities.
A largo variety of choico DRESS SILKS, which
will be sold at city prices.
Some beantiful CRAPE and Summer BROCHAE
Shawls, which will bo sold very low.
BOOTS A SHOES in great variety, lower than
they have ever been offered in this county
FANCY GOODS extremely low in price, and of
the most beautiful patterns.
CALICOES at 10 CENTS per yard, warranted
fast colors and full width.
PLEASE CALL and exn m hie. MY STOCK
before pun:hasiuzrJseirhere. R-E-A-D-Y P-A-Y
is mi motto, and I am fully determined to sella
L-I-T-T-L-E L-Jt-W-E-Rtlumanv one else,
notwithstaiulii'g 420 et. Jeans worth 40."
X kinds of marketing, boards and shingles ta
ken in exchange for goods.
N. B. A few beantiful Gold Brooches and Gents1
Breast-pins, gold and silver hunting-case patent
lever watches, Ac, very low for the Ready Rhino
Just call at your leisure. I've got goods enough
to do yon all, to that one can't get a head of another
jcMlVW-tf. A. M. HILLS.
A VISE'S CHEAP WATCH AND JEWELRY
STORE, No. 72 North Si:ron Street, (oppo
site the Mount Vernon Hohm,) Pphiladelphia.
Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled, 18 K. cases.
Silver Lever do., do.; Silver Lcpine, do.; Quartier;
Gold Spectacles, Silver do.; Silver Table Spoons,
Silver Desert do.: Silver Tea do.; Gold Pens and
Gold Cases; Gold Pens and Silver do.: together
with a variety of fine Gold Jewelry, Gold Curb
Guard and Foo Chains. All goods warranted U
be as represented. Watches and Jewelry, repair
od in the best manner.
Also, Masonic Marks, Pins, Ac mado to order.
N. B. All orders sent by mail or otherwise
will be punctually attended to.
His motto is: "Small Profits and Quick Sales,'
Philadelphia. April 25, 1355.
MOUNT VERNON HOUSE,
No. 59, North Second Street,
The undersigned haviug taken the old well
known bouso. which has been renovated and re
modeled throughout, respectfully solicits his Clear
field friends to give him a call on their visits to
The furniture is all new, nnd has been selected
with care from Heukles well known establishment
in Chestnut itrcot, and is of tbe latest and most
The location for Merchant and others coming
to the city is convenient, being in the centre of
business. 1. L. BARRETT,
Aug. 1, 1855.-ly. Proprietor.
CONRAD & WALTON,
255 Market Stre?t,
Importers and Dealers in
IRON, XJ11.S, 4c-, S-c.
They respectfully invito the people of Clear
field, to continue their favors.
Aug. 1, 1855.-ly.
J" yTrT'shton & CO.,
243 Market Street,
Importers and Dealers in Earthen-Ware, China,
Glass, and Uueens Ware.
Opposite tbe Red Lion Hotel. Philadelphia.
J. Y. Rl'SH TON,
J. C. HOPKINS,
Nov. 8, '54 .-1y. RO BT. STILSON.
HARRIS, OKIJISON eTtJliT,
No. 259, Market St., North side between 6th A 7th,
Philadelphia. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Pat
ent Medicines, Surgical Instruments, Druggist's
Glassware, Window Glass. Paints, Oils. Dvcs, Per
fumery, Ac, Ac. JOHN HARRIS, "M. D.
E. 15. OK I! I SON.
Aug. 1, '5S.-l.vl J- SHARSWOOli.
RUSSELL A SCnOTT,
Not. 133 Market St., 5 Merchant Et ,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, $-.
They respectfully invito their Cleafield friends
to give them a call. j.lan. I . ... I y.
HOOD A CO Extensive Dry-goods Dealers. No,
187. Market St., Philadelphia, keen constant
ly on hand a large, splendid, and cheap stock of
the most fashionable ami elegjnt goods. 7 ucv in
vitc country Merchants to call and examine their
splendid aAiortment, before purchasing elsewhere.
August 1, lhj.).-ly.
yV-ILLIAM p- HANSKLL A SON. Mannfac
l T turcrs nnd Importers of Saddlerv, and Sad
dlery Hardware. No. 23 Market Street. Bhiiadel
plna. saddles. Undies. Harness. Trunks. Whins
Saddle Bags, Bridle Pilling. Bits. Stirrups. Buckles
Carpet isags, ect. Aug. I. 'So.-ly
EIDLEMAN A HAYWARD Wholesale Gro
cers, Tea Dealers, and Commission Merchants
No. 273, Market Street, Philadelphia.
Aug.l. lS55.-ly.l A. HAVWAHD,
A T. LANE A CO. Wholesale Clothing Storo
J.- No. 171, Market Street. Every variety of
rcauy made C lothing, in the most fashionable stylos
constantly on hand. Aug. 1. '55.-ly.
ISAAC M. ASH TO N . II at Store, No. 172
Market St., Philadelphia. Hats, Caps. Furs,
Ac, of every variety, and the best quality always
onhand. Aug. I. I855.-Iy.
GEOROE W. COLLADAYrConveyancTr
and Land Agent. No. .'t. Goldsmith's Hall,
Philadelphia, will faithfully attend to all business
entrusted to his care. Aug. 1, 1855.-ly.
ALEB COPE A CO, No. IS.". Market St., Pbila
tie I p hia. Dealers in Linens, White Goods, Ho-
aiery. French. English and German Silk Goods, La
ees. Gloves, liolting Cloths. Ac. Aug. I. '55.-ly
1ROOK. TYSON A It It EN Wholesale DrT
Good's Store, No. 14G, Market Street. Philadel
phia (Aug. 1. lS5.-ly.
1 QT Magazine for the 11wi nf the
J OJ I I'rove.GRAIIAM S 1 T.I.I ".S 7 A" .4 -
TED MAGAZINE, the Pioneer Magazine of
me country, rst:triistert in bubscrilie for
the New Volume commencing with the January
number, 1857. WATSON A CO., the new publish
ers of 'Graham's Illustrated Magazine.' annouueo
to tbe Ladies and Gentlemen of the United States
in general, and to the former patrons of the work
in particular, that it is their intention to make use
of all the immense resources at their command to
produce a I'trst Class Magazine. To this end no
expense or exertion will be spared. The best Lit
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nothing that capital, ta.ite and cntrpri.sr can ac
complish will be wanting to make this Magaiino
more than ever deserving the liberal support so
generously extended to it during the past .'in years.
Every u umber will contain 2 fine steel engrav
ings. One illustrative of some of the iuo.-t popu
lar mcturcs of the day ; the other a beautiful col
ored Fashion Plato, drawn from actual articles of
costume. Also, n number of One wood engravings,
patterns for Crochet and Needle-work, engraved
from the articles themselves. All tbe latest styles
of costumes for Lculies and Children will be co
pied from the newest patterns, and fully describ
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Magazine published, and wo are confident their
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and examine it thoroughly, and then see if any
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The twelve numbers of ' Graham" for the year
1857, will comprise ono of tho most magnificent
volumes ever issued ! containing in all
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100 fine wood engravings!
12 handsome steel engravings!
12 bcatiful colored fat h ion plates !
100 engravings of ladies' A children's dresses!
50 coming illustration !
And over 300 patterns for needlework, Ac
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S20 00. '
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to subscribers punctually, and at as early a day in
the month as any other magazine published.
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AGON - MAKING. THE nndcrsingned
would announce that they manufacture
Waggons of all descriptions. Buggies. Sleds, Ac, at
their shop in New Salem. Brady township. Clesr
field county, which they ofTer for sale at as reasona
ble rates as can be purchased elsewhere. They res
pectfully solicit a sbaro of patronage.
Octl-'5f.-tf WILLIAM LEWIS.
CLOTHING. A generel assortment of ready
made clothing just received nnd opened at
Nov2U W. F.IRWIN'S.
OR SALE. A secondhand 2"l..,rsA imn
and a lot of harness for sale verv k
Clearfield. apr2 A. M. HILLS.
CLOTniXG. Ready-made Clothing of all
kinds. Just referred at H. I PATTON '8
A M. H ILLS, D. D. S. Office adjoin-
il-t ing Ins store, Clcarncld. Pa.
Artificial Teeth, from one to a full set
mounted in the most approved modern style.
Filling, Filing, and Cleaning done with care
Teeth extracted with all the care and dispaUh
modern science can furnish.
DR. HILLS, can always be found at hi office,
as ho is now devoting his whole attention to Lis
profession. fJune 20. '55.
MEDICAL PARTNERSHIP. Dr. n-nry
Lorain, having associated with him. in the
practice of Medicine. Dr. J. U Hartswivk, they
ofTer their professional services to the citizens o'f
Clearfield and vicinity. They will attend to pro
fessional calls at all hours, and in all seasons.
Dr. Hartswick will be found during the day at
their office opposito Dr. Lorain's residence, and at
night, at bis residence, on 2d street, one door north
of Rcod A Weaver's store. June 18, 1B06.
M.A.WALLACE, ROBT. J.WALLACE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Have this day associated themselves as partners in
the practice of Law in Clearfield and adjoining
counties. The business will be conducted as here
tofore in the namo of William A. Wallace.
Business entrusted to them will receive prompt
ami careful attention. March 2, 1 357-1 v.
DR. H. E. AKLEY, PHYSICIAN,
trraliamton. CleurfirJd Count'. Pa..
tenders his professional services to the inhabitants
of Grahamton and surrounding country he can
at all times bo found at hi3 Office, directly oppo
site Mr. J.B. Graham's store, when not 'proles.
sionally engaged. I A pi. 25.
milOS. J. M CrLLOl'GH. ATTORNEY AT
JL LAW and DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Clearfield.
Pa., may be found at his office in Shaw's Row.
four doors west of the '-Mansion House." Deeds
and other legal instruments prepared with prompt
ness and accuracy. Fcb. 1.1 ly.
DK. M. WOODS, tenders bis professional ser
vices to the citizens of Clearfield and vicini
ty. Residence on Second street, opposito the of
fice of L. Jackson Crans, where he cau be found
unless absent on professional business.
Clearfield. May 14. I856 "m .
IAKKIMLR & TEST.
A TTO R NE YS A T LA TT,
W ill attend promptly to all legal ar.d other bu
siness entrusted to their care in Clearfield and ad
joining counties. Clearfield, Aug.G.lsjtf.
J.V.S. H. lARUIMCH. 1. TCST.
JR. M'ENALLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices in Clearfield and adjoining counties.
Office in new brick addition, adjoining the resi
dence of James 15. Graham. August 1. 1855.
7 S. Dl'NDY, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in the new brick addition, adjoining the res
idence of James B. Graham. August I, 1S55.
I J A CKSON C R A N S. A TTOR N EY AT LAW,
i Clearfield. Penn a.
Office adjoining his residence, on Second Street,
Oleartield. August 1. 155.
g r DITCHER SWOOPE, ATTORNEY AND
XI. COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Clearfield. Pa.
Office in Graham's Row, next door to Journal
office. April 16 tf.
O. CROUCH, PHYSICIAN. Office in Cur
' wensville. May 14, lS5(j-tf
NEW FIRM. KERRELL &CARTEE would
inform the. public, that they have just open
ed an extensive
COPPER. TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
On Second Street, iu the borough of Clearfield.
where they are prepared to'fui nish at reduced pri
ces, every variety of articles in their line.
Steel. Bar-iron, nails, steves of every variety
Ploughs and farming utensils, pumps of every
description, stove pipe, patent sautage cutters,
funnels and self scaling cans kept constantly on
All orders for castings for Flour Mills.Saw Mills,
Ac. will bo thankfully received snd promptly at
HOUSE SPOUTING DONE TO ORDER.
Tbey are also prepated to receivo every varie
ty of article on commission, at a low per-centnge.
O. 15. M ERR ELL.
Clearfield. Sept. 19. 1S55 ly.
HALLOA! NEW WAGON MANUFACTORY
The undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to his friends and the public generally,
that be has opened out a new Wagon-Making Es
tablishment in '-New Salem City." lirady town
ship, whero be will at all times be prepared to
manufacture, on tho shortest notice, all kinds of
Wagons, Carts, Wheelbarrows. Ac. The best ma
terial that can bo procured ill be used, and bis
work will bo made in the most substantial and du
rable manner, such as will bear the test of strict
examination. By a close observance of his busi
ness engagements, and by disposing of his work
on the most reasonable terms, which he will do
for either cash or approved country produce, he
hopes to merit and receive a liberal chare of pub
lic custom BENJ. RISUEL.
Kew Salem City. Jan. T6, lS.'.ft.
TIJEW GOODS: The undersigned has just re
ll coived a large assortment of
AT HIS STORE IN KAUTIIAUS.
which he offers for sale chenp for ca-di or country
produce p. P. IllRXTHALL.
September 5. 1S55.
SALT! SALT!! A quantity of Coarse and
Ground Alum Salt, for sale at W. F. InwiVs.
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Office Stamps, taken nt par tor subscriptions.
Letters should be directed (post paid) to
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Messrs. Munn A Co., are extensively cngaeod
in procuring patents for new inventions, and will
Siw nf'sV0-"'- WULUt Ch"rse in re8d to tbe
novelty of their improvements
TTO ! 1 OR IOWA!!-The undersign el. de-
rrj A"0"8.0? .0,n? Wert, offers to roll at private
h.fmll"eeI,f"r,tl,CVi""f Marysville. one
nan milo eafc of nonrfi.i.i ..
.i , . uituu, iu coggs town-
,i,u gou scaoie. anu a tiiaca-
!L P' ? he terms'' whith b reasonable,
can bo ascertained by ii.nuiring of the undersign
ed, residing on the premises
J5j2jMf SAMUEL B. DILLER.
THAR; every dcscriptiou for sale
tQ iiA R t at a moderate advance at
WM. F. IRWIN'S.
friWO ONE-HORSE PLEASURE SLEIGHS
" r rale by . 1ULL.
.4 MHROTYPES.-P. C. PIRVIANCE. Pro
. fessor of Photographic Chemistry. Gallery
at his residence on 2d Street, one door South of
Merrell A Carter's Tin-ware establishment. Clear
field, Pa. ryDays of operation : Friday as I
Saturday of each week jiipelVfca
IF YOP WANT CHEAP WINTER CLO
TIIINO.call immediately on M. A. FRANK,
who has just purchased a lot and is now disposing
of them VERY LOW. You will find him in Urv
hsra's Row, Clearfield, Pa., three door east of u
Journal office. . . . - ' .i - Aug. 27.
1YTICE. In the absxnocof EH Bloom, Trea
1 1 surer of Clearfield county, the Books and P
pers will be in tbe possession of Jobn McPhertub,
who will attend to the business at all times.
Clearfield, May 23. .1350 .
VOTl CE. Having purchased the Books of tbe
1 Raftsman's Journal with the establishment
all rmounti unpaid for Subscription, Advertisiec,
or Job-work, are to be settled with the nndersigned.
mar!9 S. B. ROW.
JB' M'ENALLY. ATTORNEY AT LAW
hss changed his office to the new brick addi
tion, adjoining the residence of J Ames R. Graham.
All business will receive prompt attention.
Clearfield: July 16. 1S58.
RAIN! CHAIN ! I Wheat. Rye. Oats and
Corn, can at all times be procured at the Pi
oneer Mills, on the Mosharitton iu Morris town
ship, at tbe lowest selling rates.
July It? HENRY GROE .
GROCERIES. Just receieod aud new
VJ1 opening, a general assortment of L'
clio;ce groceries, wmcn will b fJMd at tr-e I
lowest cash prices at WM. F. IRWIN"?
1 fM i fl(t Fet f God BOARDS wanted by
1UI,UUU A.M. HILLS, at his storo in Clear
field, for which the highest market price will be
p'id in goods at cash prices. (marl9-tf
K. WRIGHT, MERCHANT, and EXTEN
lm f-IVE DEALER IN LUMBER. SeeondStret
ono door south of hia residence, Clearfield. Pa
Clearfield. March 14. 1355.
CLEARFIELD LODGE No. 19S I. O. of O.
F. meets every Saturday evening, at 7i o'
clock, at their Hall in Merrell 1 Carter's new bail
ding on Second street. feb20
"Cnnnfli SHINGLES wanted by A.
JUU.UUU M. Hills, at his storo. for which
the highest market price will be paid la Goods at
tbe lowest prices in the county. june25-tf
7-AGON.3 and BUGGIES.
for sale cheap, by
If. 1 PATTON.
sec k.uc va
CLEANSE THE PL00D AND CUBE THE SICK
Invalids, Fathers, .Mntiirr, Phyaiclaae,
Pliilanttiraplut, read their KflVeta,
a utt JiKiar of I heir Virtue.
OU TliK CCRE OF
Ilcadiicltr, Sick I lend ache, Fun Stomach.
rm.-fcmc, fs- My 1. IMi.
Da. J.C. Avis. Sir: I bin Isn-u r,rtllT rnml of
the W"rt In a Ui 1., our bo. It can bar b a 4oe or tw
of vour I'ilU. 1 1 u-eiiu tuarU tram a foul rrotnach. which
tUt-y ri-Tifc at pun. If Uit-v cur oiltrt as titey do
dr. tlie fart H r.Nth Knowing.
Vour willi great rcrj-ct, KT. W. PKEBLK,
Clerk nf Steamer I Wkm.
Dillons Disorders and Liver Complaint.
Irrtnrxrr or tbe 1nthuc, I
V umiixuto. D. C. 7 Feb, 1VV.. f
Sit. z 1 bv nwJ jor.r l'ills in my c-nerl an. I t;oTii:4
frcti-!;t-e rtir 1u-e ! i-ail tht-ui, an J raum.t hetitit; to
My tbey re tl.e Ih- cnhart:.- we employ. Tlieir re pa
tating action iu lite liver iaqniik ani t-rt'i'l. roiMf)itent
ly tlifcy nr- all mlmiraMe iruinty for dcrntfnm c f 1'iat
orMa. liHlreil, I Imve aelflofn fi.nn.l a case of Srttbu d
u ii' obTiftttt that II did Dut rcaililv vilfi 1.1 t!im.
lralern:il!j Jouia, AI.ON7.0 It ALL, M. D
Pkyiidcn nf tkt llarxnt llnrjnUil.
Dysentery, Rela:, and Wormr.
P.xrr ufuce. P -n.si. Lit. Co, Mira, Not. 18. 1SJS.
tR. n: Vi.nr I'lll, are tlie perA-rtion of Biuirir.
Tay li.T.o itoiie ii' T wife tnor uud th.ui I cau tU voa.
SIh lit! brctt an-k ami pining away ftr mimtlu. 1.fit
oft to t tliirtoiru at ri-Nt exouiH-v tmt p4 uo belter. Sba
then commenced taking y.xtr Pi'ta. which coon curvd her,
by exjtellmg Inrre iinautitieff of worm (ilead) frrm her
bxtv. Tlii-y aHciWiu-tiB cr.rr! her ami onr two children
of l.lowly dyjwiitriy. One of onrneic,titorl:ail itbaiLand
my wife cured bi:u with two if your Piil. mhfie
otlterR antuml u )uti.l from fixe to twenty dollars doctor
bills, and l-wt murh tune, without being cured entirely
even then. Snrh a medicine n. youi , w Lich U actual j
good and holirgt, Will be lrized n-re.
CKO. J. ORirriX. nvlmatUr.
Indigestion nnd Impurity of the Blood.
t'rxm Iter. J. V. It-met, Pi'tlnr nf A lrent Chunk, Baitvu.
Ix. -At lb: 1 liare nml your Villi with extraordinary
n-re4 in my family anil empng thoce I am called torieit
in iliitre,s. To lvc.tl'.ntf the ortrani of diR'Hlion and parity
the blood they are the very HI remedy I tiara erer
known, aud 1 can confidently recommend the-n to my
frieiida, Yonra, J. V. 11 1 VI Hi.
Wsastw, V'TOica Co.. Tf. Y Oct. It. ISM.
Txt Sis : 1 am Ming your Cathartic Pill in my prwe-ti-.
and Po.l Iheni an excellent pureatire to cleauM kh
'J ilt." and purify the tmnt:in of the bkwxl.
JOI1X O. 31 EACH AM, SI . D.
Eryt-ipe-lHs. Scrofula, Kinc' Evil, Tetter,
Tumors, nnd Salt Itheum.
From a y-nronfing Mere), ant tf S. Lonis, fb. 4, ISM.
Ta. Alt: Tour Tiita are the paramn of alt that la
crviit in oie-ltciue. They hare cured my little daughter
.f ulrerou orc npon her han Uand fcet that had prorej
in.-ural in for retire. Hur mother haa been kmc grieToua
ly nlio'ed with MotcWe and pimple on her ikin and ia
tier liair. Alter our child was cure.1. he alan tried tout
fill, nnd tl..-y hare cured Imr. ASA MORGR1IXJK.
IlhcuinatiMn, Neuralgia, and Gont.
F.m Vu 7.Vr. lr. Ha teles, ef Vie i!'Uviet tpis. Caurci.
I't i-iMI Horse. SiTji.Nsttf. G, Jan. 6,
IIoxt'RKD S:e : I tlmuld be uiigrati ful for the relief your
kill list brought me if I did Lot rrp.rt my case to "yon.
A cold k-II led in my liml aud brouirht on cxclucietil j
nut.t!;ic pnine. which emled in chronic thermatieiu.
Xotwiliiatamiinc 1 had the beat of h vhh lain, the dixeaM
firrw iTt and worse, until, by the advice of tour excel-p-nt
iu lli.lt11111.1r. lr. .Mih kenrin. I tried' ronr Tilla.
Their eti.--li were 'ow. biU tire. l'.y ln-rMteiiug in tbe
iwe ol them 1 em 11..W entirely sell. "
FrATS CitxHBKR, rUTos Eotue, Li., 5 Tee 1SJ.
De. Aieb: 1 have been entirely cured y vour Pills of
Rheumatic Uoat a painful ditraee that hail afflicted n
for jean. VJXCKXf fl.IUI.l.L.
For Dropsy, I'letborn, or kindred Com
plaint, redlining an activ j uige, th-v aia an eicei-
Tor Costiveness or Constipation, nnd n
ft Dinner 1111, they are apreeeble aud eOectuaL
Fits, Kti.ir,.Fbion, I'nrHtrsin, Inflsmma
tlo, and 01-11 l)taf,., and Partlnl Itllnd
nr( have bevu cured l.jr the aiteiative action of Ibcaa
M.wt cf the p!H ii, tnarl. t contain Merrnrr. which, al
though a VHluahle r- mv.lv in akilful liana, U dacawioua
in a public pill, fiom tl. dreadful cnaequt-ncea I hit fre
quently lollow ila iix-nutiotia uae. Thcae contain no mer
cury or niinvral aubMance whatever.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
KZA. ItnoACIHTIS, WHOOPING
COt'G II. CKOI P, ASTHMA, IX
and for the relief of conanmptive patient in advanced
tae of t he diaeaM.
We nerd not speak to tba pnblic of if virtue..
Throughout every tow n, and a! mint every hamlet of the.
American Piute, ita wonderful cure of pulmonary com
plaints have made it already known. Nay. few arc the
families in any civilized country on thie continent without
onie pvpnul experience of ita"efect: and fewer yet tbs. ,
coniniiinitiis anv where which have not among them
onie living tmphv of ita victory over the snbtie and dan
gerotia diocaae of'the throat and lunge. While it hi t)
o.l powerful anlidole yrt known to man for the form!-,
dahle and danjrerona diatiwa of the pulmonary orcana, ii
it also the pleaantnat and antr-t remedy that ran be em
ployed for infants and yonng persons. Parent should
have it in store agaii'kt the inaidkm enemy that Iteala
oon tln ni nnptTpared. We have abundant gronads to
believe the CntRRT PtCTom. save more lives by the roa
eumptkma it prevent than thoae it cures. Keep it by
yon, and cure your cold while they are curable, nor neg
lect them until no human "kill ran master the inexorable
canker that, tautened on the vital, eata yonr Ufa away.
All know the dreadful fhtaliry of lung dieordeTl and aa
they know too tbe virtue of this remedy, we need not do
more than to amure them it i etill ninila the beat it
be. We iare no rnrt, no care, .m t,il to ce it tha
i-o-i i". ami mil anocu those who rl, on
it the best -tent which onr skill ce -is'.i lor - 1 - curs
PREPARED BY DP. J. C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chcmi 't, Lowell, Mass
AD SOLD PY
M. A. Frank, aDd C. D. Watson. ClcarfieU . J
C. Urenner, Jlornsdale ; P. W llarrett. Lutbera
burg; J. B. Segner, CurwentriUe, aud by dealer
ttrmnh tbatwratry. gtif, rWf
' "-' i