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, Tb reason s sailor is called a Ur is because
ha iapiichtd by the ocean. l
- Data Swift, hearing of a carpenter falling
through the scaffolding of a house which he
was engaged in repairing, dryly remarked that
be liked to see a mechanic go through his
- A. sleepy deacon, who sometimes engaged
m popular games, hearing the minister use the
words "shuffle off this mortal coil," started
tip rubbed bis eyes, and .exclaimed : "Ilold
on? Its my deall"
A boy aged sixteen years was recently tried
in one of the counties of England for the
crime of having two wires. lie was found
guilty, and ought to bo transported to where
there are no women.
Ur. Earnnm, lately attempted to deliver a
lecture on Money-Making,at Oxford, England,
lint was greeted with groans and hisses, hit
with an orange, and peppered with chesnuts,
till ha was compelled to silence.
It seems that a lawyer ia something of a
carpenter ; he can file a bill, split a bair, make
an entry, get up a case, frame an indictment,
impanel a jury, pot them in a box, nsil a wit
ness, hammer a judge, bore a conrt, and oth
er like thingi
The plagues of Cuba are mosquitoes, ants
and cockroaches. Tbo latter eat your clothes,
boots and buttons and toe nails ; the ants yonr
provisions, and one species your house and all
kinds of vegetation; while the mosquitoes,
more modest, eat nothing bnt yourself, espe
cially if yon are a new comer.
A glutton of a fellow who was dining "at a
hotel, in the conrse of the battle of knives
and forks, accidentally cut his month, which
was obaerTed by a Yankee opposite,who bawled
"I say, Mister, don't make that hole in your
countenance any larger.or we shall all starve. "
The following question was recently put to
newly imported son of the Emerald Isle :
"If the devil should be told he might bare
one of ns, which would he first choose 1"
"Why, me to bo sure," responded Pat.
And why so ?'
"Faith ho knows he could get either of ye
t Dan," said a little four yearold, "gave me
ten cents to buy a monkey."
"We're got one monkey in the house now,"
Mid the eldest brother.
"Who is it Dan 7" said the little fellow.
'You," was the reply.
"Then give me ten cents to buy the monkey
soma candy." His brother "shelled over"
Arrival and Departure of Hails at Clearfield.
Eastern, daily, Sundays excepted, at 7 P.M.
Western, " " 8 P.M.
Smith's Mills, Saturdays, 5 P.M.
Sinnamahoning,Wednesd. & Satnrd. 8 P.M.
Karthaus, Saturdays, 6 P.M.
Kylcrtown, Mondays & Thursdays, 12 M.
Eastern, daily, Sundays excepted, at 4 A.M.
Western, 4 A.M.
Smith's Mills, Fridays, 7 A.M.
Sinnamahoning, TuesdaysSc Fridays, G A.M.
Karthans, Thursdays, 8 A.M.
Kylertown, Mondays & Thursdays 1 P.M.
The Mails will close at 9 o'clock, P. M.
N. B. Business men, of town and vicinity,
will please preserve this for futnre reference.
CD. Watson, Post Master.
Mail arrives at Curwensville from Indiana,
via Newman's Mills, Burnside, New
Washington, Chest, Bower and Gratnpianl Jills.
Tuesday and Fridays at 11 A.M., and de
parts same days at 1 P. M.
Mail leaves Curwensville for Marron, via
New Millport and Lumber City, every Satur
day at 6 A. M., and returns same day at 8 p.m
TEiOIS OF TIIE JOI RNAL.
The ItArrsM as's Jocrxal is published on Wed
nesday at $1.50 per annum in advance. If not
paid at the beginning of the year, $2.00 will ba
Advertisp-vcxts will be inserted at 51,00 per
square of 12 lines for three or less insertions, i'or
very additional insertion 2j cents will be charg
ed. A deduction will be mode to yearly adver
tisers. No subscription taken for a shorter time than
fix months, and no paper will be discontinued un
til all arrearages are paid, except at tbe option of
the publisher. S. B. ROW.
Prea't Judge Hon. James Burnside. Bellefon te.Pa.
As'te. Judges lion. Wm. L. Moore.' Clearfield.
Ifon.BenjB. Bonsall, Lnthersbnrg.
Fb.eriff. . . . Fred'k it. Milter, . Clearfield
Prothonotary, George Walters, . .
Rag. A Fee.". James Wrigley, .
Treasurer. . . John McPherson. . . 44
District Att'y, Robert J. Wallace, . 44
C. Surveyor, John L. Cuttle, . . 44
Commin'n'rs, John Irwin. Sr. . .Clearfield.
George Earhard, . . NewMillport.
William McCracken, Lumber City.
Auditors . . Peter Hoover, . . Curwensville.
Aaron C. Tate, . . Clearfield.
Isaac W. Graham, .
Coroner. . . . George Richards, . . Clearfield. .-
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
Townships. Name of P. O. Nam,, of PJH.
cecearia, - - uien nope,
Bell, - - - - Cower, -....
... Cnsh, - -----
El am Rakcstraw
- Mary Elder.
- Thos.A. M Ghee,
- i.ewis Smith.
Boggs, - - - Clearfield Bridge, - P. B. Miller
Bradford. Woodland, - - m Edw'd. Will
Woodland, - -4 Edw'd. Williams
Brady, - - - Lathersbnrg, t A L. Schnell
" ... Troutville, - - - Jacob Kuntz.
41 ... Jefferson Line. - John loovtr
New Washington - 2.1l. Cummings.
Jj Mrf nrr.v
- Chas. D. Watson.
- F. Coudriet.
- J. F.W. Schnarr.
- Samuel Way.
Curwensville Co rwenmlle,
Philipsburg, Centre countv. Pa.
Fox, . .
G rah mi.
- Marron, - - - - Edm. Williams
llellen Post Office. Elk conntv. Pa
- - Leconte's Mills, - C. Mignot.
- - Bald Hills, ... William Carr.
- - Shawsville, - - - A. B. Shaw.
- - Graham ton, - - - Jas. B. Graham
- - Tyler, - ... David Tyler.
Jordan, - . Ansonvill'e, -Krthans,
- SsltL-ck. - -Knox,
... New Millport, -Lawrence,
. - - Kylcrtown, - -
' -' Morrisdale. . -
Fenn, - Lumber Citv.t .
- .... Grampian Hills,
Pike, - - Curwensville, -
. . . . Bloomingville, -.
Union, ... Boekton, - - -
Woodward, - Jeffries, - - -
n. Woo l ward.
- D. K. Mokel.
- J-W. Thompson.
- Jas. Thompson.
- Jas. McClelland.
- Tho M Cracken
- Samuol Way.
- Michael Wise.
- Wm. F.Johnson,
- Thos Henderson
smith s Mills,
X?.hu Po 0ffi,,e wm d for Cnoet township
T Will answer fur Fergneon township. -
- A. lla?artv
PROFESSIONAL A BUSINESS CABDS.
DR. B. F. AKELY, Grahamton, Clearfield coun
ty, I'enn'a. April 1.
O. CROUCH, Physician, Curwensville, Clear
. field county, Penn'a. May 14.
I J. CRANS, Attorney at Law and Real Estate
J. Agent, Clearfield, Pa. Office adjoining his
residence, on Second street. May 16.
TTTILLIAM A. WALLACE, Attorney at Law.
if Clearfield, Pa. Office, one door north of the
Post Office, on Second street. Sept. 1.
JOfEPH GOON, Manufacturer of Boots and Shoes,
Shaw's new row, Market street, Clearfield, Pa.
Made np work always on hand. Aug. 11.
ROBERT J. WALLACE. Attorney at Law, (and
district Attorney,) Clearfield, Pa. Office in
Shaw's new row, Market street. May 26.
BUCHER SWfXJPE, Attorney at Law.Clcar
. field. Pa. Office in Graham s Row. one door
east of the 'Raftsman's Journal' office. Nov 10.
1) W. BARRETT, Justice of tbe Peace. Luthers
. . burs. Clearfield eo. Pa., will attend prompt
ly to all business entrusted to him. inar25-tf
" r a.
FRANK, Jnstice of Jits Peaco, Market St.,
iVL. Clearfield, Pa.
Business entrusted to his
care will receive prompt attention. Collections
made and money remitted Apr27'59. "
GEORGE W. RHEEM. Dealer in Drugs, Medi
cines, Stationary and Fancy articles. Room
formerly occupied by Lorain, on Market Street,
Clearfield. Sell cheap, for cash Apr20.
"1 17TLLIAM F. IRWIN, Marketstreet, Clearfield,
Pa.. Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Mer
chandise, Hardware, Queensware, Groceries, and
family articles generally. Hoy. 10.
MERRELL & CARTER, Dealers in Stoves, Tin,
Copper, and Sheet-Iron Ware, second street,
Clearfield, Pa. House-spouting and Roofing done
to order, on short notice .Nov. 1.
JOHN GFELICil, Manufacturer of all kinds of
J Cabinet-ware, Market street, Clearfield, Pa.
He also makes to order Coffins, on short notice, and
attends funerals with a hearse. AprlO,'ai.
OSUUA S. JOnXSON, Cabinet Maker, Market
street. Clearfield, Pa. He will also attend fu
nerals with a hearse, when called on ; and make
coffins to order, on short notice. Nov. 10.
F. NAUGLE. Watch and Clock Maker, and
. dealer in Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Room in
Shaw's new row, Market street, opposite the Rafts
man's Journal office, Clearfield, Pa. N'ov. 10.
ful for past favors, would respectfully solicit a
continuance of a share of public patronage in his
line of business. Shop on Third st. Nov. 10.
JB M'ENALLY, Attorney at Law, Clearfield,
. Pa. Practices in Clearfield and adjoining
counties. Office in new brick addition, adjoining
the residence of James B. Graham. Nov. 10.
IARRIMER & TEST, Attorneys at Law.Clear
J field. Pa. Will attend promptly to all legal
and other business entrusted to their care in Clear
field and adjoining counties. August 6, 1836.
JAS. n. LARRIMER.
mllOMAS J. M'CCLLOl'GIl, Attorney at Caw,
JL Clearfield, Pa., may be found at his office on
Market street, one door west of Richard Mossop's
store. Deeds and other legal instruments prepar
ed with promptness and accuracy. Feb. 13.
JOHN RUSSEL & CO., Tanners and Curriers,
Penoville, Clearfield Co , Pa. Keepconstantly
on hand an excellent assortment of leather, which
they offer for sale at the lowest cash prices. Hides
of all kinds taken in exchange. Julyl5-54.
JOSEPH PETERS, Justice of the Peace, Cur
wensville, Clearfield county, Pa., one door east
of Montelius A Ten Eycks Store All business
entrusted to him will be promptly attended to, and
all instruments of writing done on short notice.
AMBROTYPES. P. C. PCRVIAXCE, Professor
of Photographic Chemistry. Gallery at his
residence on Second Street, one door South of
Merrell A Carter's Tia-ware establishment, Clear
field, Pa. rirDays of operation : Friday and
Saturday of each week. junel356
JAMES B. GRAHAM. Dealer in Sawed Lumber,
Squared Timber, Shingles, Boards, &e., Gra
hamton, Clearfield county, Ph., is prepared to fill,
on the shortest notice, all orders for articles in his
line of business, on as reasonable terms as they can
be procured in the county. Jan23-'6-tf.
DR. M. WOODS, tenders his professional servi-
ees to the citizens of Clearfield and vicinity.
Residence on Second street, opposite the office of
It. J. Crans. Ksq. Office, the same that was recent
ly occupied by Hon. G R. Barrett, where be can
be round unless absent on professional business.
TvENTAL CARD. A. M. SMITH, offers his nro
J fes-iional services to tbe Ladies and Gentlemen
01 Clearfield and vicinity. All operations upon the
ictiu ciccuuu wnn neatness ana ae.patcu. rieing
familiar with all the Iato improvements he is pre
pared 10 maae amnciai tectn in the best manner.
othee in ftiiaw s Mew Row, Clearfield. Sep. 15.
ATOLR TEETH ! DR. A. M. HILLS, desires to
1 announce to nis triends and patrons, that he
is now devoting all of his time to operations in Den
tistry. Those desiring hisservices will find him at
bis office, adjoining his residence, at nearlv all
times, and always on Fridays and Saturdnys, un
less nouueu oinerwue in me town papers tne week
octore. Ail worn warranted to be satisfactory.
"IIT AGON - MAKING. The nndcrsingned an-
nounce to tbe public that thev manufacture
Wairgons of all descriptions. Buggies. Sleds, Ac, at
their shop in New Salem. Brady township, Clear-
neia county, wnicn iney oner lor sale at a3 reasona
ble rates as can bepurchased elsewhere. They res
pect! any solicit a snare ot patronage.
Octl-'5G-tf WILLIAM LEWIS. ,
T OOT k SHOE MAKING .The undersigned hav-
JL mg entered into partnership in the above bu
siness, at the end of the new bridge, 1 i miles a
bove Clearfield borough, are rreoared to do all
kinds of work in their line on the shortest notice
and most reasonable terms. JOHN S. HOYT,
A. G. HOYT.
N. B. All kinds of eonntrv nroduco and bides
taaen in exenange tor work. June 1:6.
BAKBEK AND HAIR DKESSER. Tbe
undersigned takes this method to announce
to the citizens of Clearfield and the surrounding
country, that he has opened a Barber Shop, on
Market street, in Shaw's new row. where he is pre
pared to accommodate all who may give him a
cull, ana hopes to receive a liberal patronage.
Oct. 6, ISatJ. JEREMIAH NOURIS.
LAGER! LAGER! LAGER! LAGER!
LAGER BEER SALOON.
hating House.' Eating House '. and lialery!
bating House! Eating llnutit! aiui ISaAery !
uottse: bating Jtoite: attrt LStukery :
Ine undersigned libm thmaihn,) r inrrn,;n.
the citizens ot, Clearfield and the public in gener'
f, : .4a 5" ha,s 0Pened an EATING HOUSE and
fx. V n5 rooni on Market street, known as
the "Old Jew btore." where he will keep on hand
a general assortment of Confectionaries, such as
Candies of all kinds, NuU in great variety, Figs,
Eaisens, Prunes, Ao., Ac. ne will also keep Ala
and Lager Beer at all times, which, he does not
hesitate to say, is a superior article, and from the
best -breweries in the west. ALSO, a large assort
ment of Tobacco and Cigars, always on hand.
As he is a Baker by trade, be will always keep
a supply of FRESH BREAD and CAKES, as well
a rihs of every description that tbe season will
afford. He will also bake to order, on short no
tice, anything of the kind that. may be wanted
by the citizens of Clearfield.
The public are respectfully invited to call and
ace his stock, which ho thinks cannot fail to meet
the wants and wishes of persons who desire anv
of the articles in his line of business. He solicits,
and hopes to receive, a liberal share of patronage,
as it will be his constant aim to accommodate and
please all who may favor him with their custom.
Call and judge for yourselves. Remember the
rice, me vu) JEW STORE," on Marketstreet.
Clearfield. Jap28J WENDLIN LNTKE6.
PUBLIC IIOUSE-Tbe undersigned ves
pectfully announces to the traveling public
in general that he now occupies the Tavern house
i mile east of S. Bauder's old stand, in Covington
township, where he is prepared to accommodate
all who may favor him with their custom. His
house is commodious and well adapted to the en
tertainment of travelers, and his table will always
be provided with the best that tbe market can af
ford. His stable is also convenient and good. -March
9, 1859. BENJAMIN SNIDER.
HALLOA! 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 "New Salem City," Brady town
ship, where he will at all times be prepared to
manufacture, on the shortest notice, all kinds of
Wagons, Carts, Wheelbarrows Ac. The best ma
terial that can be procured will be used, and his
work will be made ia the roost 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 bis work
on the most reasonable terms, which he will do
for either, cash or approved country produce, be
hopes to merit and receive a liberal share of pub
lic custom BENJ. RISUEL.
New Salem City. Jan. Hi, 135ft.
LOOKTIEUE ! LOOK HERE !! The un
dersigned take this method of informing the
public generally that they have entered into co
partnership in the Blacksmithing businss. and
can be found at the shop formerly occupied by Ja
cob Sbunkweiter, on Third street, in tiie borough
of Clearfield, where they will be pleased to see
their old customers, and as many new ones as can
make it convenient, to give them a call.
Bring on your hoes, your spades, and picks,
Your log chains Rnd yonr pulling sticks.
Your sleds, your sleighs, your hcrse and mare,
No three-year old, shall then go bare.
Your spears we'll work up then just right,
To pruning hooks for every hight,
Your swords too, shall then be wrought
To plough-shares such as Cam ne'er bought.
Dec. 6, 1338. GEORGE W. Oin.
IRON DEPOT, KEPT BY
MEli K ELL if CA K TER,
ON SECOND STREET, CLEARFIELD. PA.,
Is the place where all the following articles can
be had at reduced prices: Bar Iron of all sizes by
the small or by the quantity; Cast Steel, of vari
ous sizes and best quality; a large assortment of
Stoves, among which will be found the NEW
WORLD COOK. OAK PREMIUM. GREAT
REPUBLIC, BUCKS PATTENT, and the
Elerattd Minnesota. ALSO, a large assortment
of Nine plates and Parlor Stoves, and Air Tights
of various patterns. ALSO, Plows of the best
and latest patterns. ALSO, of tbctrown man
ufacturing a largo assortment of Tin-ware, Stove
pipe, Sheet-iron pans of all sizes, and all articles
of the kind in their lino kept nlxrnys on hand.
House Spouting done to order, and Tin Roofing
done with di.-pateh. ALSO, a large assortment
of all kinds of house keeping ntensils constantly
onhand. COUNTRY MERCHANTS are in
vited to call, as they can be accommodated nt
very low figures, with anything in our line. All
orders will bo thankfully received and promptly
attended to. O. B. MEUHELL,
' L. R. CARTER.
N. B. They will also receive every variety of
articles on commission, st low rates. M. & C.
AYER'S SARSAPARILLA, a compound
remedy, in which we have labored to produce
the most effectual alterative that can he made. It
is a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla, so
combined with other substances of still greater al
terative power as to afford an effective antidote for
the diseases Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It is
believed that such a remedy is wanted by thoso
who suffer from Strumous eoinplainte, and that one
which will accomplish their cure must prove of
immense scrvico to this large class of our afflicted
fellow citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many of the
worst cases to be found of thefollowingcomplaints:
Scrofula and Scrofulons complaints, Eruptions
and Eruptive Diseases, Ulcers. Pimples, Blotches.
Tumors. Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Syphilis and
Syphilitic affections, Mercurial Disease, Dropsy,
Neuralgia or Tic Douloureux, Debility. Dyspepsia
and Indigestion. Erysipelas, Rose or St. Antho
ny's Fire, and indeed the whole class of com
plaints arising from Impurity of the Blood.
This compound will be found a great p'romotcr
of health, when taken in the Spring, to expel the
foul humors which foster in the blood at that sea
son of the year. By the timely expulsion of tbem
many rankling disorders arc nipped in the bud
Multitudes can. by the aid of this remedy, sparo
themselves from the endurance of foul eruptions
and ulcerous sores, through which the system will
strive to rid itself cf corruptions, if not assisted to
do this through the natural channels of tho body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the vitia
ted blood whenever you find its impurities burst
ing through the skin in pimples, eruptions, or sores;
cioanso it wnen you boil it is obstructed ant slug
gish in the veins; cleanso it whenever it is foul,
and yourfeelings will tell you when. Ev6n where
no particular disorder is felt, people enjoy better
health, and live longer, for cleansing the blood.
Keep the body healthy, and all is well; but with
wis pabulum of lite disordered, there can be
no lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and tho great machinery of
me is a:soricrea or aitogotuer overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has. and deserves much, the repu
tation, or accomplishing these ends. But the
world has been egregiously doceived by prepara
tions of it, partly because tbo drug alone has
not all tbe virtue that is claimed for it. but more
because many preparations, pretending to be
coccentrrted extracts of it, contain but little of
tbe virtue of barsananlla. or anv thin? else.
During late years tho publia have boon misled
by large bottles, pretending to give a quart of Ex
tract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most of these
have been frauds upon tbe sick, for they not only
contain little, if any, Sarsaparilla. but often no cu-
rauve properties wnatover. Xlence.birter and pain
ful disappointment has followed tha use of the va
rious extracts of Sarsaparilla which flood the mar
ket, until the name itself is justly despised, and
has become synonymous with imposition and cheat.
Still we call this compound SarsanariM.a. ami
intend to supply such a remedy as shall rescue
the name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have good ground for
oeueving it nas virtues which are lrresistable by
the ordinary run of the diseases it is intonded to
cure. In order to secure their complete eradica
tion from the system, tho remedy should be judi
ciously taken according to directions on tbe bottle.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aym Co., Lowell, Ma3S.
Price SI per Bottle; Six Bottles for So.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, has won for it
self snoh a renown for the cure of every varie
ty of Throat and Lung complaint, that it is en
tirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence
of its virtues, wherever it has been emploved.
As it has long been inconstant use throughout
this section, we need not do nioro than assure
the people that its quality is kept up to the best
it evor has been, and that it ma v be relied on to do
for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
AYER'S CATHARTIC riLLS.fbr tho cure of
Costivencss, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Ueadacho,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint. Dropsy, Totter, Tumors and Salt
Rbenm, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a Dinner Pill,
and for Purifyinjr the Blood. Thev are sui'nr-
eoated. so that the most sensitive ean take them
pleasantly, and they are the best aperient in tho
woria xor an tne purposes or a family physic.
jrnce io cents per box ; tivo .Boxes tor 51.01).
G reat numbers of Clergymen. Physicians. Staies-
mon,and eminent personages.havc lent their names
to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these rem
edies, but our space here will not permit the in
sertion of them. The Agents below named furnish
gratis our American. Almanac in which they are
given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and tho treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. Do not be put off by un
principled dealers with other preparations they
4U J)TOnt on. Demand Avr.it r and take
no Others. Tim i.t k..i : J 1. ;
for them, and thay should have it
All Our Remedies are for sale by C D. Watson
and M. A. Frank, Clearfield ; E. F. Brenner, Mor
risdale : C. R Foster, Philipsburg ; John Bing,
Lnionville: Mm. Irvin. Curwensriiia
Arnold, Luthersbure : and bv all Irr,Ut. th-'
out the country. - December 2J, ISi8.
AR AND HOOP IRON, small round iron for
stove rods, tc for sale at the store of 1
October 6. WM. IRVIN. I
AIL ROAD nO USE, CORNER OF
Main and White Streets. BROOKVILLE, Pa.
Feb.gi R. R. MEANS, Proprietor.
GLORIOUS NEWS ! NATIONAL EX
CHANGE Tbe subscriber having taken
the above well known stand, iu Curwensville, Pa.,
is ready to accommodate all who may favor him
with their patronage. His table will always be
supplied with the best the market can afford, and
his Bar with the choicest liquors. His stable will
be under the care of attentive hostlers.
April 8, 1S08. DAVID SMITH.
WASHINGTON IIOrSE. MIDDLETOWN,
Dauphin County, Pa. The undersigned,
having become proprietor of the above Hotel, re
cently kept by Mrs. C. Griffee, solicits a continu
ance of the custom which has heretofore been so
liberally extended to the house, especially by the
citizens of Clearfield county, trusting that he will
be able to render satisfaction to all who may fa
vor with a call, by strict attention to the wants
and comfort of his guests. L R. DEEG.
Middlctown, Pa , March 30, 1859-."in.
MT. VERNON HOUSE, LUMBER CITY,
CLEARFIELD COLNTY, PA. The under
signed notifies tho publie that he has opened out
the above named house, and that he is well pre
pared to accommodate all Mho may favor him
with a call. The house is three stories highr is
commodious aud well furnished, and no pains will
be spared to render satisfaction to guests. His
Bar is always supplied with choice liquors of all
kinds. There is plenty of stabling connected with
the house. . Ho solicits a share of public patron
age. L. W. TEN EYCK..
Lumber City. April 21, lS.r8-3m-pd.
SUSQUEHANNA II O USE,
Curwensville, Clearfield ComUy, Penn'a.
The subscriber, formerly of the Exchange Hotel.
Philipsburg, having taken the aoove house, situate
in the east end ot the Borough ot Curwensville.
on the bank of tho Susquehanna River, would res
pectfully announco to the travelling public, that
he is fully prepared to aecommodato strangers
and all others who may favor him with a call.
The house is new, well furnished, large and com
modious, and travellers will find every convenience
necessary to their comfort. Ample stabling is at
tached to the premises DAVID JOHNSTON.
Curwensville, February 17; 1858.
171LEMING nOTEL, (FORMERLY KNOWN
1 AS THE GOOD INTENT.) CUKWENSV 1 LLE,
Clearfield County, Pa. Tho subscriber begs leave
to inform bis old customers and tho publio gene
rally that he has recently taken the above well
known stand, and that he has entirely refitted and
refurnished it in a stylo adapted to the age. and
the wants of the entire travelling community.
HIS TABLE will always be provrded with every
luxury the markets and surrounding country will
afford. HIS BAR will be supplied with the choi
cest wines and liquors. HIS STABLES, which
arc the best and most commodious on the road
within a day's travel, will always be in charge of
careiui anu attentive nostlers In short, every
department of his establishment will be supplied
with all tho comforts and conveniences the weary
traveller coum desire. - w.il. A. JUSUS.
Curwensville, June 2, 1853.
CLEARFIELD II O USE, CORNER OF
FIRST AND MARKET STREETS. CLEAR
FIF.D, PA. The undersigned would respectfully
inform bis friends and the travelling pubtte in
general, that ho has taken the above house, ffor-
merly known as the Hemphill Hotel.) and that
me noose nas been recently refitted, improved
and newly furnished: that extensive stablin?
has just been completed; and that he is pre
pare! 10 accommodate all who may give him
a cail in the most plcasinz and aereeable manner.
Ho is amply provided with everything to render
his house a desirable stopping place, and will
endeavor to entertain his guests in a manner that
cannot full to give the fullest satisfaction. The
house is situated in a pleasant and quiet part of
mo own. ana no expense or attention will be spa
red to make it one of the besthouses in the countv.
A liberal patronage is respectfully solicited. His
bar will bo supplied with an assortment of choice
liquors. ljuuez- osj U. I1AXS MORROW.
A is tha Tims for Bargains
Now is the 1 Time' for Bargain'''
The undersigned has just received from tho East
and opened at his store in Grahamton, Clearfield
county, on extensive and well selected stock of
tsPKlAU AND SUMMER GOODS,
embracing every variety of Dry Goods, Hardware,
Queensware. Groceries, etc.. cto.
These goods have been selected with an especial
view to supply the wants of this community, and
will be sold on the most reasonable terms. They
w ill POSITIVELY be sold as cheap as tho cheap-
u ine country, lor UAflll.
Particular attention has been paid to the selec
tion of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, among which
are Plain and Fancy Silks. Plain Bareges, C Dalles.
Barego Delaine, Robes. Embroidered 'ftullam ntrt
sleeves. Kid Gloves ; Shawls, a great variety ; Man-
iiiiiis, .trimmings; enic and iinen Fringes; Bon
nets of tho latest styles; Bonnet Ribbons and trim
mings. tVc Also, Parasols, Hosiery, Glove. Mils.
Bisop and India-Mulls, Jackonets, Domestic and
French Ginghams, Lawns. Calicoes. Barred and
Cjeck Musiin, Diapers, Crash, Napkins, Ladies'
tiaiters, children s shoes.iic, aud there is no doubt
mat nil ran be well suited.
ALSO, French cloths and cassimeres, American
cloths and cassimercs. Marseilles vestinrs. Boots.
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and a general assortment of
mens ana boy Summer wear.
He has also a stock of READY-MADE CLOTH
ING, which ho will sell low.
The undersigned is determined to sell his goods
at the lowest prioos for CASH. This is not more
pretence and vain boast he will do it.
JAMES B. GRAHAM.
Grahamton, May 26, 1868.
GOODS!! GOODS!! GOODS!! GOODS!!
GOODS! GOODS!! GOGDS !! GOODS!!
Pall & Winter Goods .' t- Winter Good's !
Fall tJr WnUer Goods '. Pall d- Winter Good, !
Tho fubseribcr has received a large and well se
lected stock of seasonable goods, at his store room
on Market street, (nearly opposite the Clearfield
House,) Oarfield. Pa., which he will sell cheap.
His stock consists of a general assortment of good
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARDWAkE.
QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, DRUGS fc OILS,
ar.d a host of other articles that are frequently
sought after; among which can be found an ex
tensive and varied selection of the latest and neat
est styles, and best quality, of plain and fancy
CASSIMERES. CLOTHS, SATTINETS
SATIN VESTING, TWEEDS, HATS A CAPS,
and an extensive variety of Boots and Shoes, for
either Ladies', Gentlemen or Children; with al
most everv othor nrt !! fl,ut KAo i i.
. . ...... Ill 11 J K.UlU J
the citizens of the town and surrounding vicinity.
o vwiatij uiicmuu 10 Ola
selection of Ladies' Dross Goods, among which are
DUCALS, PERSIANCLOTH, DEBEIGE.
COBURGS, CASHMERES. DELAINES
ALPACAS, FRENCH MAKINGS, PLAIDS
and a full assortment of Bonnets for tho season.
The pressure of the money market having had
the effect of rpfinmno. 4Ka ..r
x M.n it'll i:ir nrinnon 1 a aar.Arti.kii .i ; .1 a- i -
" " mivo wi umujr articles
ot merch&nmsA ti a nJnrilrn..r V. n k, l. 1 1
- 7 .. i f, iiwn " 1.0 wvtu uuauieu
to buy his stock at such rates that be can soli goods
at prices to suit the times. And having hereto
fore endeavored to please his customers, both in
the nuaJitv nt' irvtila .nil v. . , ; , : 1 ,
sold them, he hopes to receive a reasonable share
01 uaimuago. an in want ot goods, will please
call in and examine his stock of cheapest goods.
j i-ruuuuu ui&eu in exenange tor Roods
October 27. '57. WM. F- IK WIN.
TO JUSTICES OF TIIE PEACEJust
tmnted and for aotn .tti,. i j-, ,
Jo it nuil office, a lot of superior blanks, tn wit-
Blank Subpoenas, Blank Executions,
Blank Summons', Blank Marriage certificates
Judgment Notes, with and without waiver.
FOR SALE, by Merrell & Carter, Corn Shel
ters and meat cutters, the latest and best in
market. Also, a larse lot of coods. in thir lino
just received and for sate, cheap for cash or pro
duce. Also, S. A S. Haupt's Clover Uullcr. See
aaverusemcnl in anothor column. Dee. 8.
OLD RYE WHISKEY, BRANDY, GIN and
WINES, for sale at tha oh Ann nuih rrf nf
pr3 R. MOSSOP.
rIARPETS, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Ac, can
Mayl2. JOHN PATTON.Curwemville.
ANSON VI LLE PROPERTY FORSALE.
The property formerly occupied by James
Smith, being 3 adjoining lots, having a two story
plank house, 31 by IS feet, and a plank shop, 21
by 1I feet, thereon erected, is for sale, or rent, on
March 21. L
J. CRANS, Clearfield.
COMMERCIAL nOTEL; No. 20. Sooth
Sixth street, between Market and Chesnut,
Philadelphia, has been recently opened for tho
accommodation of the public. The house is in a
central location, and Lasnndcrgono extensive re
pairs the charge per day is 51.2a.
Sept- 22. ISjS. D. BLAIR. Agt.
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No 117 and
119 2nd Street, above Arch, Philadelphia.?.
This Hotel hs been refitted, aud is now again
opened fur tho accommodation of the traveling
public. It is located in a pleasant part of the eity,
and every effort will be made to make guests com
fortable. Try the bouse. Boarding SI. 2i per day.
A. M. HOPKINS, Proprietor.
September 22, 1853.
FOR SALE, TIIE FARM occupied by John
F. Wiley in Ferguson township, containing
106 acres, SO acres cleared ; house, barn and other
buildings thereon erected.
ALSO, 50 acres of land or the timber thereon,
situate in Pike township within oue and a half
miles of the river on a good road to haul.
For further description and terms apply to
L. J. CRANS.
May 2f). 1857. Clearfield.
VISE'S CHEAP WATCH AND JEWELRY
jL STOKE, No. 72 North Second Street, (oppo
site the Mount Vernon House,) Pphiladelpbia.
Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled, 18 K. cases.
Silver Lever do., do.; Silver Lepinc, do.; 'uartier;
Gold Spectacles, Silver do.; Silver Table Spoons,
Silver Desert do. ; Silver Tea do. Gold Pens and
Gold Cases; Gold Pens and Silver do.: togethci
with a variety of fine Gold Jewelry, Gold Curb
Guard and Foo Chains. All goods warranted ti
be as represented. Watches and Jewelry, repair
ed in tho best manner.
Also, Masonic Marks, Pina, &e., 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,
Philadelphia, April 25, lrtjo. -
NEW YORK TRIBUNE. 1S5S-0.
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npOBACCO AND CIGARS. An assortment just I
opened apd for sale at the store of
-November WM. F. IRWIN.
AILS. An' assortment just received at the store
t V rt ! man w
O TEACITERS, DIRECTORS, AND PA
RENTS. The "Practical Urthoeranbio Chart.
designed to exhibit the Natural and Organic Ar
rangement of the stands beard in the f.ngush, Lan-
f uage." and the "Key" to the same, '-Containing"
lefioitions and Forms for Orthographic Analysis
are now published, and will be sent by mail, post
paid, on receipt of the prices, being as follows .
One Chart ami Key, 50 cents ; One Chart in colore,
and Key, f.0 cents ; Two Charts and three Keys,
SI; Four Charts and eight Keys, $2; Ten Charts
and eighteen Keys, a5. Keys, p;rcopy, 18 cents;
Keys, per doxen, SI 50. Copies of the Key for ex
amination, sent on receipt of 12 cents. Directors
desiring to supply their districts, will be allowed
a reasonable discount on the above prices LeM
than one dollar may be remitted in postage
stamps. Address, JOnN W. FOULKS. ,
Jan. 2'j. '59. Indiana, Indiana co.. Pa.
OR SALE OR RENT A VALUABLE
TAVERN STAND AND FARM of 85 acre
of Land, 65 of which are cleared and nnder culti
vation, situate on Clearfield Creek, on the main
road leading from Clearfield town to Clearfield
Bridge, in Clearfield county, Pa., and three mile
from the former place. The house is large, new,
well calculated for a Tavern, and will command
nearly all the custom of the watermen during the
frcrhcts. which usually last from four to six weeks.
There are also a good Barn, Wood Shed. Wash and
Bh&c House, and various other buildings necessa
ry for convenience aud comfort. The terms of sale
will be made easy say four annual payment:
For further information inquire of L J. Crans.
Esq., Dr. A. T. Schryver, James 11. Larlrtfer, Esq :
Clearfield, or L. W. Weld, Glen Hope, Clearfield
county, Pa. Possesflon can be given so that tuS
buyer or rentor can have the benefit of the spring
business, which alone will amount to more than
double tbe rent A, T. SCHRYVER.
Clearfield, Pa., January 5, 1859-tf.
TOSIIUA S. JOHNSON, CABINET MAKER.
J having fitted np a shop a few doors eaet of
the 4-01d Jew Store," on Market street, desires Ui
inform the community at large, that he keeps ou
hand a variety of CABINET WORK, at his
shop, and that he manufactures to order, (of su
perior finish.) every description of Household and
Kitchen furniture, among which are Contre, and
Dining Tables; Mahogony and Common Bureaus;
Common and Fancy Bedsteads, Stands, Safes, Cup
boards. Sofas, Lounges. Ac, which he is determin
ed to dispose of at as cheap rates, for cash, as they
can be purchased at any other establishment o'f
the sort in the county. Persons wishing to buy
furniture are invited to como to his shop and ex
amine his articles, and judge for themselves of its
quality and finish, before purchasing elsowhere,
a.s he feels confidunt that bo can suit them in prioo
and quality. Gauntry prod tree will be taken in
payment for furniture. November 10, 1S53.
N- B. He is also prepared to make COFFINS to
order on tho shortest notice, and attend funarala
with a hearse, when called upon. J. S. J.
ON HIS OWN HOOK '.-JOHN GUELICn.
CABINET MAKER. Tho subscriber wishes
to inform his old friends and customers, that he
is now currying on tbe Cabinet Making busies,
on '-his own hook," at his old shop on Markot
Street, r early opposite tho "old Jew Store," whre
ho keeps on hand, and is prepared to manufacture
to ordor, every description of Cabinet-Ware, that
may bo wanted in this section of country ; con
sisting of Sofas, Lounges, Mahogony and Common
Bureaus, Writing and Wash Stands; Centre. Din
ing and Breakfast Tables: Mahogany and Com
mon Bedsteads; Sewing Stands, Ac.. o. He will
also repair furniture and chairs, in good style,
cheap for cash. House Painting done on short n
tico, and easy terms. Now is the timo to buy at
reasonable prices, as I intend to sell every thing
in my line of business at tho cheapest cash rats.
Walk in and examine the articles on hand, aad
judge for yourselves, of the quality and finish.
Country produce received in pavment.
April 13, 1S5'J . JOHN GUELICH.
N B Coffins made to order on short notiee. and
fu ncrals attended with a neat hearse, and appro
priate accompanyments. when desired. J. .
BANK NOTE LIST." ' -
Tbe following are tho rates of discount at which
the notes of the banks given were purchased lat
1. 1. .1. , , -. , . , .
ujr luc urouersoi l unauoipnia
mass iriir-i KTT
Bk of Commerce, par
B.uuKof South Coun
ty, Wakefield. ZH
Tiverton Bk, Tiverton,
Warwick Bk, Warwick S
Rhode Island Exchanga
Bk, E.Greenwich. t
liK oi -America, par
Ek of Northern Lib. par
Bk of Penn Town"p, par
Com. bk of Ponn'a,
Corn Exchange b.
Far. A' Mech's b.
Mau A Mech's b.
South wark bank,
State bk, Camden,
.Mt. Vernon Bank, i
Jloptmton Bsuk, Z-i
All solvent backs, i
Bridgeport City B, . t
Bk of Hartford Co.
Hatter' Bk. Bethel, i
Kxch. Bk, Hartford, t
Charter Oak Bk. t
Mercantile Bank " i
Cncns Bk, Norwich, i
Wooster Bk. Danbury i
Woodbury Bank, 5
Paweafuck Bauk, i
Bk of X.Am. Seymoar f
Pcquonnock Bank. i
Windham County B
Agricultural BK.Herk 6
Addison Bk, Addison i
Bk of Orleans, Albion, M
Central Bank of New
Chemung County Bk I
I'uion baiik, not started
estern bank, par
Bk of Beaver co.
Bk cf ChestcrValleypar
Bk of Commerce. Erie, a
Bk of Crawford co. 5
Bk'of New Catle,
Bk of Pottstown, par
Bk of Lawrence co. 1
Central B.of Pa.. Hoi. i
Fayette Co. bank.
Jeiey Shore b.
M'Kcau co. bank,
I nion b. Reading,
Warren co. bank.
York county hank.
Bk of Penn'a, Phil's 70
1 nil a Danks,
par . Dairymen's Hank,
niir Kln;M 1 1 I- 1 :
Allcntown Bank, par
Anthracito bank, par
Bk of Chester co.. par
Bk of Delaware co, par
Bk of Gerraantown, par
Elmira 11 til.- Klntn
Hamilton Ex. Bank. 2o
Medina Bk. Medina, t
Niagara River Bank, 1
Ontario Bk. L'tica, 50
Ontario Co.Bk. Phelps ft
Pratt Bank, Buffalo 2i
Oliver Leei Co's Bk 4
Reciprocity Bk, 3u
ik ot .Montg y co.,
Bk of Pottstown,
Bk of Catasauqna,
Fr. A Mech . bK Easton par
Far.Btiof Bucksco. par
Far.BK. Lancaster, par
Jacket! s Harbor 44 Sn
Western Bk, Lockport It)
Yates Co. Bk, PeuYan
Solvent banks, )
Brrgen County Bans:
at Hackensack, 25
Solvent Bank's, 1
City Bank, Cincinnati 4 .
O. LifeATrugtCo., Cin
Senaca Co. Bk. Tiffin,
Sandusky City Bk. CI 30
Lancaster Co. Bank, par
Lebanon Bank, par
Mauch Chunk Bk, par
Miners' Bk PoUsv"e. rar
Stroudsburg bank, par
Wyoming Bank, par
Harrisburg Bank, par
Bk ofCh am bersburg,par
Bk of Middletown, par
York Bank, par
Bk of Gettysburg, par
Bk of Pittsburg, J
Litnens BK.Pittsb. i
Exchange Bk. Pittsb. i
IronCitvBK. PitfK 4
uiv ui juooiub bounty
uayion Bank, Dayton
Miami V1.Bk, 4 .
Mechanics' BK.Pittsb I
Mononga'Ia b, Browns i
Bk of Northumberl. par
Bk of Danville. par
West Branch Bank, par
Lock Haven Bank, par
Lewisburg Bank, par
Allegheny BK.Allgh'y i
Mouaom River Bank
Rockland Bk, R'kl'd
Canton Bank, China
Exchange Bk. Bnr an
Maratime Bk, Bangor 10
Sanford Bk, Rockland
Hancock Bk. Ellsw'th
BanK of Hallowell, 7a
Danby BanK. Danbv,
P.K of Sooth Royalto'n,
Bans of Royal ton, ,
Solvent banks, i
jiv vi Lawrence co., 1
Honcsdale Bank par
MerAMan Bk, Pittsb. i
Erie Bank, &
Erie City Bank, I
A f - T- f, 1 T
i'Jiacaii luuuij iw, 1 ... Ivn
Tioga County Bank, 10 I Solvent Hw.
nyrirmi?TTT- !lM F.IRWIN.
A ln a I. -J ,
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