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FUN, FACT & FANCY.
It Is said of lather Mabillon, who, through
out his youth aDd early manhood, was noted
lor his stupidity, that at the age of twenty-six
he pitched against a staircase, fractured his
skull, was trepanned, and afterwards possessed
a luminous understanding. Perhaps other
Stupid fellows might as well try the experi
ment. At any rate no great harm could be
TVoman, to a little boy: "Jimmy are your
folks all well?" Little boy. -"-"Yes, ma'am,
all but Sally Ann." Woman. "Why, what's
the matter with her 7" Little ly. "0 iiothin'
particular only she bad the hoopin cough once,
and she haint neyer got over it. The cough
haint of any account now, but she has the
An old lady walked jnto an office of a Judge
Of Probate, in Massachusetts, once upon a
time, and asked s "Are you the Judge of Kep
robates?" "I am the Judge of Probate."
"Well, that's it, 1 expect," quoth the lady.
Tou see my father died detested, and he left
scTeral little infidels, and I want to be their
"You are from the country, are you not sir V
said a dandy clerk, in a book store, to a hand
somely dressed quaker, who bad given him
some trouble. "Yes." "Well, here is an es
say on the rearing of calves." "That," said
.... . , A 1 . 1 . A rtMk
Aminadao, as ne inraeu ro iraic m
"theo had better present to thy mother."
Pczzle. A lady being asked by a gentle
man to join in the bonds of matrimony with
him, wrote the word "Stripes," stating at
the time that the letters making up the word
ktripes, could be changed sons to make an
answer to bis question. Who can give the
"Poppy, the corn's up." "The corn up 7
Why, I only planted it yesterday." "I know
that, but the hogs got in last night, and guv it
a lilt you hadn't counted on." Scene closes
with a grand tableau, in the midst of which
..poppy" seizes a poker and rushes out.
A Gentleman ol the name of Marten, mar
ried a lady of the name of Martin, and it was
punningly said that he knocked her eye (i) out
on the day of her marriage.
Mirabeau said of a man who was exceeding
ly fat, that God created him only to sho.v to
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what extent tne nuniau bk.iu uui dlii.u
A Yankee editor says ho liked to die a lar
fin, to see a drinkin' chap tryin' to pocket the
shadow of a swinging sign for a pocket hand
kerchief. The good heart, the tender feeling, and the
pleasant disposition, mako smiles, lovo and
? The Chinese think that tho soul of a poet
passes into a graysbopper, because it sings till
The JomsAL is published crery Wednesday
at On-e JJom.ar and Fiftt Cbnts per annum in
advance, or Two Dollars within the year.
Advertisements inserted at fifty cents per square.
t,f twelve lines, for the first, and twenty-five cents
for each additional insertion. A liberal deduction
made to those who advertise by the year.
The 'Terms' will be strictly adhered to.
No paper discontinued without payment of ar
rearages, unless at the option ot the publisher.
On and after Monday, Feb. 23d, 17, passenger
trains will leave Tyrone nation as follows :
Fast Line, 1.57 A. M. R.55 P. M
Express, 8.23 A. M. 3 A. M.
Mail, 6.21 P. M. 2 1 M.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. The late
residence of 3. M. Pfoutx. in Ansonville,
may be bought cheap by immediate application to
Me, pieeiu-ii.j i. r. . r,. i i .
B. GRAHAM. Dealer in HAWED
LUMBER. SQUARED TIMBER, SIIIXtiLES,
BOARDS. Ac., is prepared to fill, on the shortest
notice, all orders for articles in his line of busi
ness, on as reasonable terms as they can be pro
cured in the county.
(rahampton. Clearfield Co., Jan. 23. 1355
Oil SALE. The subscriber offers for sale
his farm, containing about 62 acre, with a-
boat 25 acres cleared and under good cultivation,
having thereon elected one 2-story house and
fearn, situated one and ajhalf miles above Clear
field town, opposite the new bridge. For terms
apply to the subscriber on the premises.
n-svl-t-tf MI LO IIOTT.
IACK AGAIN IX THE OLD SHOP,
OX THIRD STREET.
The subscriber informs his old friends and tho
public generally, that he is now re-established in
the OLD SIIOIon third street, lately occupied by
Jacb Shnnk weiler, where he hopes by strict at
teLtion and keeping a good stock of assorted iron,
to merit the favor of the public. Country produce
and cash never refused. An apprentice, from 16
to IS years of age, will meet with a good situation
if application be made soon.
Clearfield, May 13, 157. G. W. ORU.
LOG-FLOATERS TAKE NOTICE That
at a meeting of the Lumbermen held at
Clearfield on the lath inst., the undersigned were
appointed a committee to institute prosecutions a
gainst all persons obstructing the navigable streams
ly the floating of loose logs. We therefore notify
all persons concerned, that proceedings will be in
stituted and prosecuted to conviction against all
and tvery person, whether owner, contractor or
laborer, engaged iu putting loose logs into the riv
r or any of its tributaries in the counties of Clear
field, Elk and Centre. JOHN M. CHASE.
W. H. RORISOX, KOBT. MAHAFFEY,
WM. STEWART, JAMES ASKEY,
DANIEL RHOADES, C. W BLAKE.
KOBT. ROTH ROCK.
J. Z. LIXDEMl'lll.
August 27. 1803.
A VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
desire to sell my property in Tyrone City,
5- 1TiF'' eomnionly known as the Tyrone
City Hotel. Comprising as follows:
Unel-.rge three u,ry brick bouse, Sixly feet,
two fronts, and finished off in complete style. A
large and extensive stable, au excellent wash
house and other necessary out buildings. There
M also, on the same .Lots, one frame house, with
eut-bnildings attached, now renting for one hun
dred and thirty dollars per annum. The whole
Stands upon three valuable Lot as ;n the plot of
said town, and affords several very eligible loca
tions for store, offices, Ac, Ac. The whole will be
Sold on reasonable terms. And to any person de
siring an investment, or speculation, now is the
chance. Private reasonseause me to sell this val
uable property, which is every day increasing in
value. Inquire of Caleb liuyer, or the suliacril.tr
J. D. STEWART.
Tyrone City, Sept 19, 335.-tf.
A FIRST KATE Sett of BlacksmithingTools,
including Bellows. Anvil, Screw-plates, Ac ,
for tale by jan7 MEKRELL & CARTER
CAU TION . All persons are cautioned against
meddling with a oertain Gray lione, now in
the possession of John J. McCracken, Knox town-.
ship, as tne same Belongs to us ana is oniy icii
rith the ?aid McCracken on loan.
jnne!7-3t McMUP.BA Y & ILEA ARTY.
OR SALE IX SEW MILLPOKT. FOUR.
lots, each 50 by 110 feet. One has a largo
two story frame- dwelling house upon it. J ney
will be sold cheap and on easy terms. Apply to
John S. Williams, at Sew Millport, ot the subscri
ber, at Clearfield.
junc24-'57-tf J B. M'ESALLY.
"IVfOTICE. Letters of Administration on the
1 1 Estate of John Miles, late of Knox township,
Clearfield county. Pa., dec d, having oecn granted
to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said
estate ere requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against the same to pre
sent thcra, properly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN S. WILLIAMS,
NOTICE. The stockholders of the Tyrone and
Clearfield Railroad are hereby notified that
the second instalment of five dollars a share was
payable on the first of March last. Athi.d instal
ment of five dollars a share will be due on the 1st
of May next; a fourth instalment of five dollars a
share on the 1st of June nett; a fifth instalment
of five dollars a share on the 1st of July next, a
greeably to resolution of the Board of Managers.
As the company have now a large force of in on at
work, it is absolutely essential to the prosecution
of the work that the stoc k be regularly raid.
JAMES T. LEONARD,
Clearfield. April 29 1857. Treasurer.
ALLOA! NEW WAGON MANUFACTORY
The undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to his friends and the public generally'
that he has opened out a new Wagon-Making Es
tablishment in "Xew Salem City," Brady town
ship, where he will at all times be prepared to
nianufactnre, on the shortest notice, all kinds of
Wagons, CarU, Wheelbarrows Ac. The best ma
terial that can be procured will be used, and bis
work will be 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
foe either cash or approved country produce, he
hopes to merit and receive a liberal share of pub
lic custom BEXJ. 1USI1EL,
New Salem City. Jan. 16, ISofl.
SOMETHING NEW ! H all's Yus Amkr
ica Fire-Crack En Tistol! This is admitted
t be the most amusing Toy ever offered to Young
America, suitable for all times a year. It makes a
report equal to the common pistol, and carries a
bull witn tne samo precision lortcn paces, tnongn
not with force enough to kill, making it the only
cheap and harmless pistol for target practice in ex
istence. 100,00(1 sold in fonr weeks f lletail price.
25 cents and upwards, according to tho market.
Trsideprice, 14 dollars tor 100 pistols, cash on de
livery. Sent by express to any part of the conn
try. A. W. HALL, ?,X Broadway, N.Y.,
Inventor and solo Manufacturer.
A full description, with engravings, sent to any
address on receipt of a postage stamp.
FIRE-CRACKERS constantly on hand. r"lOO0
Agents Wanted. A beautiful Specimen Pistol sent
by Express or Mail prepaid on receipt of SI.
REMOVAL. JOSHUA S. JOHNSON,
has removed his shop to the new building of John
Troutman, on Market street, where he will keep
on hand or manufacture to order, (ot superior
finish,) every variety of Household and Kitchen
such as Tables, Bureaus, Safes, Stands Cupboards,
Sofas, Bedsteads, Ac, of every stylo and variety,
which he will dispose of at cheap rates as any o
ther csUMialitucut of the kind in the county.
Call and examino his furnilurc, and judge for
yourselves of its quality and finish.
uii.iks ol all Kinds on nana or mnae to oruer.
Ho is also propared to make COFFINS to order.
on the shortest notice, and will attend funerals
with a hearse, when called upon.
JOSHUA S. JOHXSOX.
Clearfield. Pa.. December 17, 1856.
A MONEY MAKING- TRADE FOR
JEFFRIEF S MANUAL OF PROFITABLE
USEFUL TRADES. ARTS AND OCCUPATION'S.
WITHOUT A MASTER, IS NOW READY FOR
SALE. This is one of the most valuablelittle books
of the times, to all persons out of employment,
as a number of money making trades and arts, can
be learned without a master, beside all the genu
ine and popular receipts, and instructions of the
day. for the manufacture of the most beneficial,
and saleable articles, now in common use. Any
pennon forwarding one dollar post-paid, toC7. JEF
FRIES, Jeffries, Clearfield Co., Fa., or to A. II.
Bun man, Tyrone, Blair Co., Pa., will receive a
copy by return mail.
And any person forwarding twenty-five cents,
post paid, to C. Jeffries, will receive by return
mail, one of the three following instructions:
How to make the celebrated artificial Hosey.
How to raise double erops, of all kinds of vegeta
bles, with little expense, and how to catch all the
Wolves. Foxes, Minks and Muskrats in the neigh
borhood. Any person forwarding fifty cents, will
receive the whole three by return mail.
June 4, 1856 ly.
ILY, SEMI-WEEKLY St WEEKLY
Tub Dailt Telegraph. Notwithstanding the ru
mors spread abroad by our political opponents,
that the 'Daily Telegraph' would be discontinued
after the election, we announce to the public that
we shall not only continuo its publication, but it
shall be done with renewed vigor at.d determina
tion to meet the public expectations and wants.
The publishers will spare no 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 MaUs.
We shall give particular attention to our Local de
partment, and endeavor to make the Reports as
full aud interesting as possible. The Editorial De
partment will bo under the management of able
and experienced gentlemen, who. upon all ques
tions affecting the public, will express their opin
ions fairly and freely. Our 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 make the proceedings unusually
interesting and important. The 'Tclezranh' will
be able to present this and all other news transpi
ring at the State Capital much sooner and more
satisfactorily than any o:ber paper in tne Mate.
The 'Semi-Weekly and Weeklv Telegraph' will
be published, as heretofore. We shall endeavor
newspaper in the State. It will contain all the
latest news up to the hour of going to press. It
will contain full reports of the markets in the At
lantic cities. A portion of our columns will bede
voted to the interests of Agriculture and Mechan
ics The 'Semi-Weekly' will be publisacd only
during the sessions of the Legislature. Oureflbrts
shall be to make the Telegraph the model news
paper of the State. ,
TERMS : The Daily Telegraph will be furnish
cu at a aisiance ior a per annum; 5-2 lor six
months: or 51 for three months. Sinsle strbscri
bers in the town will be furnished at six cents per
week payable weekly to the carrier.
The Semi-Weekly and Weekly Telegraph will
dc iurnisnca to single subscribers at?Zpcr annum
Our Clubs Rates are as follows :
Clubs of 5, - - ... . 59
" 20, - 30
The person who raises a club will receive a co-
pv of tho paperr-raf'.
Where is the person who cannot afford this?
Three cents per week for a newspaper, which shall
eonvey to him, in addition to political intelligence,
all foreign, domestic anu local news ; in a word
all of political interest which may transpire ei
ther at home or abroad. .
Thanking our friends everywhere for the gener
ous patronage they have extended to us during
the vuiupaigii. wc trust that thiy will at once re
new their subscriptions, aud make the Telegraph
in 1 mure a constant visitor at their firesides.
I , , lhtt ' Corner Store" of Win. lrvin in
yyOBTwensville, if you want to. buy cheap goods.
4 LOT of good WINDOW SASH, 10" bv 12. jor
- sale by MERRELL & CARTER.
f ILL U. MlA.lt: 1 ne unuurmgncu con- ,
& tinuestho CLOCK AND WATCH MAKINtt
BUSINESS, at his new shop on the corner of Main
and Mechanic streets, one door South of Dr. R. V.
Wilson's office, where he will be pleased to accom
modate his customers at all times, llcpairingdone
on the shortest notice. at'g20 R.R.WELSH.
would inform his old friends and the 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 be made comfortable.
Good stablin-r, and every other convenience for
horses on the premises. D. S. PLOTXER.
I7IOK- SALE A farm of 120 acres on the river
above Curwensvillc ;
A farm of 64 acres in Teen township ;
A farm of 100 acres in Ferguson township ; .
A farm of 100 acres in Penn township ;
2 farms of 100 acres each, 'adjoining.) in Fergu
300 acres timber land in Bell township ;
233 acres timber land in Ferguson township.
For description and terms apply to
mar25 L. J. CRAXS, Clcarfiold.
TP. NELSON & CO.,
Morris Townslip, Clearfield Co., Pa.,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of that vi
cinity that they keep constantly on hand a large
Dry Goods, Hard-Ware, Queen nrare, Groeerie,
Confectionaries, Hats if Caps. Boots Shoes,
ml all other articles usuallv kent in a countrv
tore, which they are determined to sell low for
cash, country produce, or lumber.
August 1, 1355
T71XCHANGE HOTEL. PIIILIPSBUKG,
All The subscriber, thankful for past favors,
would respectfully solicit a continuance of the li o
eral patronage bestowed upon his House by the
Public He is prepared to accommodate water
men, editors, drovers, and all others who may call
with him, in the very best manner.
He also purposes to run a line of Hacks from
Tyrone to Clearfield, for the accommodation of the
.1 n: T n lil'W
Philpsburg. March It. lS55.-tf.
-pvAVID S. PLOTNER Respectfully informs
A his old friends and the public, that no nas
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 coats, 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 patronage.
Xew Washington. May 9, 1855.
A. Sr J. PATCH I N,
Have just received a new and splendid assort
ment of Ooods the best that was ever brought in
to the upper end of Clearfield Connty. They in
vite their friends and the public generally to give
them a call, where they will find all kinds of
goods usually kept in a Country Store.
Come and examine our stock we charge noth
ing for the exhibition.
AARON PATCH IX.
Eurnside, Nov. 2S. 1S55.
fcj A !m u e ; L JO II N S TO X ,
lO BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER,
wonld respectfully inform the citizens of Clear
field that l e has opened a shop in "Shaw's Row,"
in the room recentlv occupied bv F. Short, as a
Boot and Shoe shop, where ho is at nil times ready
to cut Jl.iir in the most fashionable style and uo
Shaving in the most scientific manner. Shampoo
ning also performed He solicits the patronage of
the public. Jan. 7, lifl7.
ile also keeps On hand a cosmetic lor removing
dandruff, which receives tho highest praise of all
who uso it.
GUL1CII & BLNN'ER, would respectfully
inform the citizens fit Clearfield, and public
.generally that they have entered into co-partner
ship in the
CABINET MAKING BUSINESS,
and keep constantly on hands, and manufacture
to order, at the lowest prices, every variety of
furniture, consisting of
Dining, Breakfast, and Centre Tables, Sewing,
Jl ritiag, ana It ash-stands, Mahogany, and
Common Bedsteads ;
Mahogony and Cane-bottomed Chairs, Bureaus,
Sofas, Lounges, Ac, Ac.
Coffins made and lunerals attended on the short
est notice, with a neat hearse, aud appropriate
House 1 ainting done on tne.shortcst notice.
Shon and Ware-rooms, same as formerly occupi
ed by John Guliuh, ui early opposite the 'Jew Store,'
Clearfield. Pa JOHX C.ULICII,
May 22, '55,-ly. DANIEL EEXXER.
IO ! FOR THE TEMPLE OF ITOXOR
B RAD IN ir M' G.l 11 K ' JS,
TIH, COPPER, & SHEET-IRON WARE
' PHIL1PSBURG, PA.
BR A DIN & M'GIRK have just opened an exten
sive Tin, Copper, Ir Shert-Iron Ware M.inufaetu
ry, where they are at all times prepared to supply
customers with every conceivable article from the
smallest Coffee pot spout to the longest pipe ima
ginable. They will do both a
business, nnd will at all times have on hand a
large assortment of ready-made ware.
U U S -fc SfUUXlJSU
done to order, on the shortest notice, and put up
in a neat, substantial manner.
STOVES, STOVE-VIPE, $ KETTELS,
of evcrv variety kept constantly on hand.
Thev will furnish to order any of the following
IsOOK. OlOVeH, Vl . AHC II liliuui J viiu, uccii ui
i tr. - Tk. vr:n: . T i . t-
the West, the . Atlantic, and Cook-Complete,
all of which are suitable for both wood and coal.
Among tho Parlor Stoves will be found the "Lady
Washington," the Excelsior," 'Home Parlor,' Ae.
Produce ot all Kinds taken in excuange ior
goods. A. A. BRADIX.
October 21. lS5".-tf.
T ROBINS' LITERARY DEPOT,
a Shaw g Row, Ciearhcld, fa.,
CAN ALWAYS BE PROCURED
BOOKS OF ALL KINDS,
FANCY ARTICLES AND CONFECTIONARIES,
Tobacco and Cigars,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, DYE-STUFFS, PAINTS,
Chtmteals OfC., Ofe-t 6re
Among bis stock will be found Histories, Biogra
phies, Sketches, School Books, Poetical, Scicntic,
Mechanical, Medical and Law works : the latest
publications always on hand or procured to order;
all the Magazines furnished monthly, at publish
ers prices ; fancy and common letter paper ; plain
and ruled cap paper ; perforated paper ; note pa
per; iancy ana common envelopes; blank ueeus;
a great variety of Steel Pens : common and fancy
pen-holders, pencils. Ae. Ac. Ac., which ho will sell
at the most reasonable prices.
His stock of Drugs, Medicines, Dye-stuffs, Taints,
Ac, is large and well selected; among which are
Calomel, Blue Mass, Quiuino, Morphia, Red Pre
cipitate ; Rhubarb, root and pnlverized ; Rochclle
and Epsom Salts; Cream of Tartar, Sulphur, Sen
na. Pink Root, Sup. Carbonate Soda. Tartaric A
cid. Sulphate of Zinc ; Liquorice, Columbo and
t.enlian root; Logwood, Oil Vitriol, Blue Vitriol,
Coperas, Alum. Red Lead, Prussian Blue, Chrome
Green and Yellow, Vermillion, Terra do Sienna,
anu in iact a general assortment.
Jle has also a fine lot of Ladies' Gold Breast
Pins, Ear Drops, Finger Rings. Ac Also, Watch
(tuarus and Keys, i'enknives. Hair oils; Hair,
Reading. Fine and Pocket combs. Tooth-picks. Ra
sors nnd Strops, Sadlers' Silk, Pearl powder Fan
cy Snaps and Perfumery a great variety. ' -
Also. Prunes, Figs, Raisius, Almonds, Pea-nuts
and Filberts; Candies a general assortment; Cin
amon. Cloves, Pepper, and other spices; Blacking.
o.i-i i-iiuui uuiiuu , mo must popular 1 atont Med
icines of the day ; all of which will be sold at the
very cheapest rates.
Call aud examine tho stock and judge for your-
,."" tuceii 1I1UJ1AS ItOUIXS.
M liiUiiii-svx. A general assortment of readv
w t. ... u.l. .-1...V.:... : a i -
. uivia viwuwug jueit xwvcTuu u on openod at
Xov2t5 W. K. IRWIN S.
fLD RYE WlIISKE V', BR ANU Y, GIN and
WiLS, lot sale at the cheap casb store or
aprS K. MOSSOr.
F.RST OF THE SEASON.
M. P. IE WIN
Has just received and is now opening at his
store in Clearfield borough,
A L ARGE AST) WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
SPRING & SUMMER
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, &c,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AXD CAPS,
and a general variety of such articles as are usual
ly kept in a country store,
which he oilers to the public at the most
reasonable prices. (may 13
"WAR IN CHINA!
AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE !
JUST received from the eastern markets, one of
the largest, best, and cheapest assortment of
KPTtTVIJ. 4VI1 KITMMKR MI)S ever brought
to Curwcnsville, consisting of a fine stock of
BOOTS AND SnOES,
& n s 1 1 a,
LATEST STYTLE, AND
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
ALS. keeping a nnmber of the best workmen in
the Shoo Shop, making all kinds of work to order
at the shortest notice and lowest prices. All kinds
of Lumber. Hides and country produce taken in
exchange for Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ac: We are
thankful for past favors, nnd invite all to give us
a call, examine our handsome stoclt or goods, tree
of charge, before vou buy elsewhere.
June3- 67 SlOXTELI US 4 TEX EYCKE.
ON HAND AGAIN!
NEW STORE !
mnw 0 q id 8 y
AND NEW PRICES ! ! !
HI. PATTON would respectfully annonnee
to the public that he has returned from
the East with a large and well assorted stock of
which he has opened at his NEW STORE ROOM,
in Curwensvillc Borough, a few doors cast of the
Good intent Hotel, and which he will sell at the
lowest prices. His stock is extensive, embracing
a large and splendid variety of
CLOTHS, CASSIMEKES, VESTINGS,
LADIES DEESS GOODS,
Shawlsi Mantillas, Embroideries,
Gloves, Hosiery, &c.
BOOTS AND SHOES, ITATS AND CAPS,
QUEENSWARE, &c, &c.
Domestic Goods, Xcck Ties, Cravats, Collars, Car
pet Sacks, Inrushes, Handkerchiefs, l'erfume
ry, Ribbons, Laces. Edging. Gloves, Para
sols, Combs, Hair Pins, Thimbles,
Sewing Silk, ic, Ac.
Also, a stock of
and a general assortment of such articles as are
usually kept in a country store.
Don't forget to call at the NEW STORE, if you
want to purchase good and cheap goods. Call in,
it costs nothing to look at goods.
Curwensvillc, June 10, 1357.
JOHN RUSSELL & CO.,
TANNERS AND CURRIERS,
FenuvuU, Clearfield Co., Pa,,
Keep constantly on hand an excellent assortment
of leather, which they offer for "Sale at the lowest
cash prices. Hides taken in exchange.
" OKT'' A Magazine for the Ilomrs of the
J OO I People. GRAHAM S ILLUSTRA
TED MAGAZINE, the Pioneer Magazine of
the Country, established iu 1827. Subscribe for
the New Volume commencing with the January
number, 1857. WATSON i CO., the new publish
ers of 'Graham's Illustrated Magazine,' announce
to the Ladies and Gentlemen of the United States
in trcneral. and to the former patrons of the work
in particular, that it is their intention to make uso
of all the immense resources at their command to
produce a First Class Magazine. To this end no
exnenee or exertion will be spared. The best Lit
erarv and Artistic Talent will be employed, and
nothing that capital, taste and enterprise can ac
complish will be wanting to make this Magazine
more than ever deserving the liberal support so
creuerouslv extended to it during the past .10 years.
Every number will contain 2 fine steel engrav
ings. One illustrative oi some ot me inosi popu
lar pictures of the day : the other a beautiful col
ored Fashion riate, drawn from actual articles of
costume. Also, a number of fine wood engravings,
patterns for Crochet and Needle-work, engraved
from tho articles themselves. All the latest styles
of eastnmes for Ijadies and Children will be co
pied from the newest patterns, and fully describ
ed and illusjyited in every number. '
Ladies about forming clubs of subscribers are
requested to compare 'Graham'' with any other
Magazine published, and we are confident their
good taste and correct judgment will decide in
Gentlemen who arc about to subscribe for a Mag
azine for their own reading, or to present to their
lady friends, should procure a copy ot "Graham"
nnd examine it thoroughly, and then see if any
other periodical presents equal inducements for
The twelve numbers of 'Graham" for the year
1857, will comprise one of the most magnificent
volumes ever issued : containing in an
120 pages of reading matter !
100 fino wood engravings!
12 handsome steel engravings!
12 beatiful colored fashion plates !
100 engravings of ladies1 & children's dresses!
60 coming illustration !
And over 300 patterns for needlework, ie
TERMS : One copy, one year, $3 00 : Two co
pies, $5 00 ; Five copies, and one to getter up of
tint). 9lU U" ; xaoven copies, uiu u w ageui,
Graham's illustrated magazine will be supplied
to subscribers punctually, and at as early a day in
the month as any otner magazine puonsuea.
Send in your subscriptions early to the Publish
ers, WATSON CO..
- 50 South 3d street, Phil'a.
EYTRA NOTICE. Subscribers sending Mrrs
dnllnrs for one vear's subscription to "Graham,
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one Tear without eharre !
Seud for specimen numbers of Graham'slllustra-
iea magazine and Graham's Ladies' raper.
ROCERIES. Just received aud now
V opening, a general assortment of tK
choice groceries, which will be sold at the isas
lowest cash prices at WM. F. IRWIN'S.
O. CROUCn, PHYSICIAN. Office in Cur-
wensville. Jiay i, iojv-u
I JACKSON CRANS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Am Clearfield. Petin'a.
Office adjoining his residence, on Second Street,
Olearfield. Angust 1. 1855.
JR. M'ENALLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices in Clearfield and adjoining counties.
Office in new brick addition, adjoining the resi
dence of James B. Graham. . August 1. 1S55.
ARRIMER & TEST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will attend promptly to all legal and other bu
siness entrusted to their care in Clearfield and ad
joining counties. Clearfield, Ang.0,1866.
JAS. H. LARRIXER. 1. TEST.
DR. -I. WOODS, tenders his professional ser
vices to the citizens of Clearfield and vicini
ty. Residence on Second street, opposite the of
fice of L. Jackson Crans, where he can be found
unless absent on professional business.
Clearfield. 5Iay 14, 1856 3m. -
THOS. J. McCULLOUGIl, ATTORNEY AT
LAW and DISTRICT ATTORNEY, Clearfield,
Pa., may be found at his office in Shaw's Row,
four doors west of the -Mansion House." Deeds
and other legal instruments prepared with prompt
ness and accuracy, ' Feb. 13 ly."
DR. B. t. AKLEY, PHYSICIAN,
Grahamton, Clearfield County. Pa.,
tenders bis professional services to the inhabitants
of Grahamton and surrounding country he can
at all times be found at his OUice, directly oppo
site Mr. J. B. Graham's store, when not profes.
sionally engaged. Apl. 25.
WM. A. WALLACE, ROBT. J. WALLACE,
ATTORNEY'S 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 name of William A. Wallace.
Business entrusted to them will receive prompt
and careful attention. ..March z, ittJV-ly.
MEDICAL PARTNERSHIP Dr.. Henry
Lorain, having associated with him. in the
practice of Medicine, Dr. J. G. Hartswick, they
offer their professional services to the citizens of
Clearfield and vicinity. Ihey will attend to pro
fcssional calls at all hours, and in all seasons.
Dr. Hartswick will be found during the day at
their offieo opposite Dr. Lorain's residence, and at
night, at his residence, on -J street, one door nortn
of Reed Weaver's store. June 18, 1856.
TT4 W. It A. R RETT. JUSTICE OF THE
J. a PEACE, Luthersburg, Clearfield county, Pa.,
will attend promptly to ail business entrnstca to
ALEB COPE 4 CO, No. 1S3. Market St., Phila
delnhia. Dealers in Linens, White Goods, Ho.
sicry, French, English and German Silk Goods, La.
ces,G loves. Bolting Cloths. 4c. Ang. 1, 'o5.-ly
riEORGE "V. COLL AD AY, Conveyancer
VJT and Land Agent, o. 3. Goldsmith s Hall,
Philadelphia, will faithfully attend to all business
entrusted to his care. I Aug. 1, isao.-ly.
ISAAC M. ASHTON Hat Store, No. 172
Market St., Philadelphia. HaU, Caps. Furs,
ic., of every variety, and the best quality always
i T. LANE A CO. Wholesale Clothing Storo
La No. 171, Market' Street. Every variety of
ready made Clothing, in the most fashionable stylos
constantly on hand. Aug. 1, '5a.-ly.
T EIDLEMAN A 1IAYWARD Wholesale) Gro-
oers. Tea Dealers, and Commission Merchants
No. 273, Market Street, Philadelphia.
Augl.1855.-ly. A. II AY WARD, .
"w."riLLIAM S. 1IANSELL k SON, Manufac
v T turers and Importers of Saddlery, and Sad
dlery Hardware. No. 23 Market Street. Bhiladel
pbia. baddies, rsnaies. Harness, iruuxs, vtnips
saddle Bags. Bridle tilling, ISits. Stirrups, liuckles
Carpet Bags, ect. Aug. 1, '5j.-ly
TTOOD A CO Extensive Dry-goods Dealers, No,
JLX 1S7, Market St., Philadelphia, keep constant
ly on hand a large, splendid, and cheap stock of
the most fashionable and elegant goods. Ihey in
vite eountry Merchants to call and examine their
splendid assortment, before purchasing elsewhere.
AUgUSt I, I3JJ.-iy.
WEAVER, F1TLER & CO.
No. 19 North Water Street, Philadelphia,
Dealers in Carpet Chain, Yarn,
MANILLA AND HEMP ROPES,
Bed -cords, Clothes-lines, Ac, Ac.
January 1. 1857. 1 rear-p.
HARRIS, ORBISON & CO.,
No. 259, Market St., North side between 6th A 7th,
Philadelphia. Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Pat
ent Medicines, Surgical Instruments, Druggist's
Glassware, Window Glass. Paints, Oils. Dyes, Per
fumery, AC, AC JUU.3 11AKK1S, yi. JJ.
E. B. ORBISON,
Aug. 1,'55.-1.1 J. SHARSWOOD.
T Y. RVSIITON & CO.,
J 245 tfarket Street
' PHI L ADELPHI A:
Importers and Dealers in Earthen-Ware, China,
Ulasa. and yueens Vk are,
Opposite the Red Lion Hotel. Philadelphia.
J. Y. RUSI1TON,
J. C. HOPKINS,
Nov. 8, '51 -ly. ROBT. STILSON.
aTIONRAD ft WALTON,
J 255 Market Street,
Importers and Dealers in
IRON, Nj3ILS, $c., $c.
' They respectfully invite the people of Clear-
neia, to continue tneir lavors.
Aug. 1, 185a.-ly.
UTOUNT VERNON HOUSE.
1TJL No. 59, North Second Street,
The undersigned having taken the old well
known house, which has been renovated and re
modeled throughout, respectfully solicits his Clear
field friends to give him a call on their visits to
The furnitnre is all new, and bas been selected
with care from Henkles well known establishment
in Chestnut Street, and is of the latest and most
The location for Merchants and others com in
to the city is convenient, being in the centre of
business. 1. L. BAKKKTT.
Aug. 1, 1855.-ly. Proprietor
4 VISE'S CnEAP WATCH AND JEWELRY
XL STORE, No. 72 North Second Street, (oppo
site, the Mount Vernon House,) Pphiladelphia.
Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled. IS K. cases.
Silver Lever do., do.; Silver Lcpinc, 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
witn a variety ot nne uom Jewelry, Gold Curb
Guard and Foo Chains. All goods warranted t
be as represented. Watches and Jewelry, repair
cu in me oesi manner.
Also, Masonio Marks, Ting, Ac., made to order
N. B. All orders sent by mail or otherwise
will be punctually attended to.
His motto is: "Small Profits and Quick Sales.'
a. uiiituvipum, April 43,
WAGON - MAKING. THE undersingned
would announce that thev manufacture
Waggons of all descriptions. Buggies. Sleds, Ac, at
tneir shop in Aew Salem, Brady township, Clear-
ncld county, which they offer for sale at as reasona
ble rates as can be purchased elsewhere. They res
pectfully solicit a hr of patronage.
Octl-'56-tf WILLIAM LEWIS.
MACKEREL, SHAD and HERRING, for sale
at the "Corner Store," by WM. IRVIN.
Curwewville, May 27, 1857,
IiOR SALE A first rate new ROCKAWAY.
1 built by MorreU & Park, by
ACON, FLOUR, and SALT, just received and
for sale at the Corner Store.
Curwensvillc, Aprii 25. WM. IRVIN.
TT"OTICE. Having purchased the Took ur th
11 Raftsman's Journal with the et lament
all rmounts unpaid for Subscription, Advertising,
or Job-work, are to be settled with the under-ied.
inar!9 ' Ww-.
PERI I AM OUTDOXC!-The proprietor of
the Mercantile Guide vvoul respectfully eall
the attention of merchants, Urtners and mechan
ics resiJin? outside of this c'ty. to the niodorate
sum of yearly subscription to the Guide, being to
mail subscribers only fitly cent per anram, ma
king it the cheapest family newspaper in the Lni-
tea Mates, me columns will contain we oauai
variety of original and spicy articles, written not
only to please but to instruct. In regard to poli
tics, the Guide will maintain an Independent tona,
and from time to time will advocate such measures
as will conduce to benefit the greatest number.
Postmasters and others are respectfully request
ed to act as agents for this piper, to whom we for
ward specimen copies Ireo when desired to do so.
PREMIUMS. As inducements for persons to in
terest themselves to obtain subscribers to the Mer
cantile Guide, we offer the following premiums :
i pon receipt, oi names ana pay in advance, we
will forward them by express or otherwise if order-"
ed, to the address of those entitled to them for
three hundred and sixty subscribers, cash, thirty
five dollars; for two hundred and fifty subscribers
we will give a splendid fine cold watch, warranted.
thirty dollars; for two hundred subscribers, ono
elegant gold locket, four glasses, worth fifteen dol
lars ; for one hundred and sixty subscribers, an el
egant bracelet, worth eleven dollars; for one hun
dred subscribers, a gold vest chain worth eight
dollars: for seventy-five subscribers, a gold pen
and holder, handsomely engraved, worth ten dol
lars; for fifty subscribers, a gold pen and holder
worth eight dollars; for forty subscribers, a gold
pen and holder worth six dollars; for fifteen sub
scribers, a medium gold pen and bolder, worth twv
dollars ; for twelve subscribers, a gold pen and
hotder, worth one dollar and fifty cents,
All communications should be addressed to v.
A. BLAKENY. Editor and Publisher of the New
York Mercantile Guide, No. 164 Greenwich street.
Newspapers throughout the Union, by pub
lishing this notice two months, and calling atten
tion editorially to the same, and sending us the pa
per, will be entitled to an exchange, and receive a
gold pen and holder worth twelve dollars.
June 17. lhji 2m.
FOR THE RAPID CVKK OF
Colds, Coughs, and.
I)nFitui, Mass, 29th Dee, 1855.
Da. J.C. Atek: I io not herniate tony
the lrt remedy I have ever funnd for
Coughs. Ilonrsenetia, Influenza, and tlia
concomitant ympton . tf a Cold, ia yoar
Chebrt Pectoral. Its constant dm ia
my practice and ror family for the hat
ten years ha shown it to pnwun npe
rior virtue for the treatment f the
complaints. KBKN KMUIIT, M.D.
A. B. MOUTLEY, KSQ-, ol Utica, X.Y, writes: MI have
used yonr 1'cctobaL mv,-lf and in niy family ever Sinn
yon invented it, and believe it the beat medicine r Ite
purpose ever put ont. With a ld old I ehuuld uw
pay twenty-five dollars fr a bottle tbaa do without it, ur
take any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
SraixonzLD, Miss, Feb. 7. 1SJ.
B ROT fir Ann: I will cherrfnlly crrutjr your Pectobai
Is the lest remedy we peeti for the cure of H-?orm;j
Cbufp't. Cirmp. and tho climt diseases of children. Ve vf
your fraternity in the ulh appreciate your skill, and
commend your medicine to mir people.
II IK Ail CONKLIX, M.D.
AMOS LEK, EsJ,MorrET. I A, writes, 3d Jan,lSS:
"I bad a tedium luflueuza, which confined m in docra
ix weeks; took iuauv uieduiurs mahout relief: fiu&lly
tried yonr I'ictorl by the advice f our cleryj iuao.
The first dee relieved the sorenen in niy thnmt and
lung; less than one half the Uittle Rtm-ie me ciMUptctety
well. Your medicine are the chracst well as the hn't
we can buy, and we esteem vim, Ductur, aud yonr reme
dies, as the wur man's friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, and Tironchitia.
Wist MiMtiirsTra. l', KcU. 4. 15i.
5m: YmrCntKKT Pcitosal is performing marvellous
euros in this section. It lias relieved several from alarm
ing symptom of roiisumptiim. and is now curing a muu
who has tailored uniler an affection of the lungs for the
hut forty years. - I1KNKY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M.D, Almax, Mono Co, Iowa,
writes. Sift- 6, i"il5: Dnriug ray practice of ntanv years
I have fonud nothinfc equal to yonr I'liiSKT 1'cctos.a'l fr
giving ease and relief to cousuinptiva palieuts, vr curing
such as are curatile."
We might add volumes of evidence, tmt the Biuat eon
TincinK proof of the virtues of Ibis remedy 1 found iu iu
effects npoa trial.
Prohaldy no one remedy lias ever tieen known wtiwh
cured so many and snch daturei oos cases a this. Some
no human aid can reach ; bnt aven to those tne CnxasY
PictokaL arTords relief and comfort.
Asroa IIocsc Nsw Yor.c Orr. March 5. 1S&0
Dorroa Atek, Lowiu.: I fori it a duty and a pleasure
to inform you what yonr Chkkbt PctoWLal has done for
my wife. She had been five months mhurin; nnder the
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid
we could procure gave her much relief. F?ie was steadily
failing, until Dr. Strong. nf this it y. when w havecome
for advice, recommended a trial of yonr medicine. X
bless his kindness, as we do ynnr skill, for she has recov
ered from that day. the is But yet as strong s she- used
to be. bnt is free from her cough, and calls herself well.
Yours with frratitnde ami regard.
ORLANDO MltLllV, or Sbkutvillx.
f"bnrairfrre. do not di-spair rtTI yon bare tHcd Avls's
Cherkt I'ectokal. It is Dixie I uiu of the best medical
chemirts in the world, and its ci m -il whidJ as besak
the high merits of its virtnts. lliUailAphui Vtdgtr.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
THE science of Chemistry and Medicine hare beta
taxed their utmost to produce this best, most perfect
pnrgativ which is known to man! Innumerable proofs
are shown that theas Pills haw virtues whk-h surpass in
excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win an
preccucntedly npoa the esteem of all men. They ar swt
and pleasant to take, but powerful to cuts. Their pene
trating properties stimulate the vital activities of the body,
remove the obstrncfions of it organs, purify the bawd,
and exI disease. Tbry purge ont the foul humors which
breed and prow distemper, stimulate stngKbh or disor
dered organs into their natural action, and impart healthy
tone with strength to the whole system. Mot only do
they cure the every-day complaints uf every body, but
also fonuMalile and dangerous disease Utat have baffled
the best of human skill. While Ihey rodiice powerfai
e fleets, they are at the same time, in diminished dose, tba
safest and best physic that can be employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleaaant to tiike ; and bein(
purely vegvtaMe, are free from any rink of harm. Curse
bare lieen made which tnrpas belief were they not sub
stantiated by men of such exalted positiou and chivracto?
as to forbid the suspicion of nntruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have tent their names to certi
fy to the public Ui reliability of my remedies, while oth
ers have sent me the asanrance of their conviction tba
my Preparation contribute immensely to the relief of m
afflicted, suffering fullow-rnen.
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish graUs a;
Anierican Almanac, contniuing direction for their its ac t
certificates of their CTree, of the following complaints:
Costlvenem. Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy,,
Heartburn, lleailarhe arising from a font Stomach, Nau
sea. Indicestion, MorUd Inaction of the Rowels and Pais
arising therefrom, Flatulency, ls of Appetite, all fleer,
ous and Cntaneons lWmasfS which require an varuaul
Medicine. Scrofula or King's Evil. They also, by purify
ing the blood and stimulating the syatem, cure many
complaints which it would not l supposed they could
reach, such a. Deafneas, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia ai.4
Nervous Irritabilitv, Derangements of the Liver and Kid
nevs, Gout, and other kindred eomplMnu arising from a
low state of the body or obstruction of its fnuctions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with soma
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Anu's
Pills, and tks nothing else. Xo other they can give
you compares with this iu it Intrinsic ndu or curatieg
powers. The sick want ths best aid there is fur them,
and they should have it, 5 -
Prepared by lr. J. C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
fwa Cts. ran Box. Fiva Boxxa Foa $ 1.
. , SOLD BY
M. A Frank, and C. D. Watson, ClearfielJ ; 4
C.Brenner, Morrisdale; P..W Barrett. Lathers
burg; J. B. Segner, Curwetuville, and by dealers
through the country. . ,. Sept 3, 1&6-