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"I got somo boot in that bargain," as the
loafer said when kicked oat of doors;, 7 j -
A paragraph commences thas : "Women in
arms I" Well,' where should they be 1
Tho Williamsport and ElmiraRailroad is to be
sold at auction, at the Philadelphia Exchange,
on the 18th ol April. ' ;
The treasurer of?Hlwaukie, Wisconsin, Mr.'
Scwarting, has decamped, being a defaulter to
tho amount of over $30,000.' r;
An exchaage advises husbands to love their
f wives. The suggestion is good, ' but - we a
' mend by adding an admonition not to love
eath other's wives. - ' . . , . .
Sir Peter Lely made it a rule never to look
at a bad picture, having found,by experience,
... that whenever he.did so, his pencil took a tint
from it. Apply the same to bad company. .
A lady in Montreal, on the 1st, recovered
$2,000 of a MajorBreckfoid for kissing and
hugging her'f'er roughly. She ought to
set a high valjL-Vithe money, as she got it
by a tight squeeze.
On tho 1st mst., Missouri, in, a full State
Convention, resolved to support Hon. Edward
Bates for the Presidency. Delegates were ap
pointed to the Chicago Convention, and an c
lectoral ticket formed.
It Is doing some service to humanity to a.
muse innocently, and they know very little of
society who think we can bear to be always
employed cither in duties or meditations
without any relaxation.
A pretty girl was lately complaining to a
Quaker friend that she had a cold, and was
sadly plagued In her lips by chaps. "Friend,"
said he, "theo should never suffer the chaps
to coiuo near thy lips !"
Lord Bacon says : "A man would do well to
carry a pencil in his pocket, and write down
the thoughts of the moment. Those that come
unsought are commonly the most profitable,
and should be secured because they seldom
Had Him Three. A "peart" young lawyer
once boasted to an old member of the bar that
lie had received two hundred dollars for speak
ing in a certain lawsuit. "Pooh 1" replied
the other, "I received double that sum for
keeping silent in that v?ry self-same case !"
Heabt is the Weoxq Place. An actor,
eulogizing his mistress one day, indicated by
his manner a somewhat different position of
the heart. He went on thns : "The angel !
I have her picture here I always wear it next
my heart !" And here he produced the pre
cious daguerreotype, not from his bosom, but
from a pocket in the tail of this coat 1
TERMS Of THE JOURNAL.
Tho Raftsman's Joubsal is published on Wed
nesday at 51,50 per annum in advance. If not
paid at tho beginning of the year, 2,00 will be
Advertisements will bo inserted at SI, 00 per
iquardof 12 lines for three or less insertions. For
every additional insertion 25 cents will be charg
ed. A deduction will be made to yearly adver
tisers. No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un
til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of
the publisher. S. B. HOW.
Pres't Judge Hon. Samuel Linn, Eellefonto.
As'te.Judgcs Hon.Wm. L.Moore, Clearfield.
Hon.Benj'n. Bonsall, Luthersburg.
Sheriff. . . . Fred'k G. Miller, . Clearfield
Prothonotary, John L. Cuttle, . .
Reg. A Rec. . James Wriglcy, . . "
District Att'y, Robert J. Wallace, . "
Treasurer. . . Geo. B. Goedlandcr, "
Co. Surveyor, II. B. Wright, . . Glen Hope.
Coniniiss'n'rs, Georg'o Earhard, . . NewMillport.
. William McCracken, Lumber City.
nm. Merrell, . . . Clearfield.
Aaron C.Tate, . . Clearfield.
Isaac W. Graham,
J. B. Shaw.
. George Richards. .
Arrival and Departure of Kails at Clearfield.
Eastern, daily, Sundays excepted, at 7 P.M.
' Western, " " " 8 P.M.
Smith's Mills, Saturdays, 5 P.M.
Sinnamahoning,Wednesd. & Saturd. 8 P.M.
Karthaus, Saturdays, 6 P.M.
: Kylertown, Mondays & Thursdays, 12 M.
Eastern, daily, Sundays excepted, at 4 A.M.
. Western, " " 4 A.M.
Smith's Mills, Fridays, 7 A.M.
Sinnamahoning, Tuesdays& Fridays, 6 A.M. .
Karthaus, 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 future reference.
C. D. Watson, Post Master.
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.
' Mail arrives at Curwensville from Indiana,
via Newman's Mills, Burnside, New
Washington, Chest, Bower and Grampianllills.
Tuesday and Fridays at 11 J A.M., and de
parts same days at 1 P. M.
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
Townships. Nam of P. O. NamesofP.M
Beccaria, - - Glen Ilope,
- El am Rakes traw
- Mary Elder
- Thos.A. M'Ghee,
- J. W Campbell.
- Lewis Smith.
- P. B. Miller.
Bell, - - - - Bower, , - - ,
.... Chest, - - -"
- - - Cush. - - -
. - - - Ostend. - - -
Boggs, - - - Clearfield Bridge.
Bradford, - Woodland, - -
- Edw'd. Williams
- A L. Schnell.
. John Hoover.
- J. M. Cummings.
- J as. McM array.
- Chas. D Watson.
- F. Coudriet.
- J. F.W. Schnarr
Brady, - - - Luthersburg, -i
... Jefferson Line, -Burnside,
... Burnside, - .
Clearfield, - Clearfield, - -Covington,
- Frenchville, -
" - - - Karthaus, - -Curwensville
- Samuel Way.
Decatur, Philipsburg, Centre county. Pa.
Ferguson. - Marron, - - - - Edm. Williams.
Fox, - - - - liellen Post Of&ce, Elk county, Pa.
Girard, - - - Lecontes Mills, - U. Mignot
... Bald Hills, - -Goshen,
- - Shawsville, - -Graham,
- - Grahamton,- -Huston,
. - - Tyler. - - -
" .... Pennfield, - -Jordan,
,--- Ansonville, - -Karthaus.
. - Salt Lick. - -Knox,
- - - New Millport, -Lawrence,
Morris, - - - Kylertown, - -
" - - - Morrisdale, - -Penn,
- - - Lumber City.t -
" - . . . Grampian Hills,
Pike, - - - - Curwensville, . -
. .... Bloomingville, -Union,
- - - Rockton, - - -Woodward,
- Jeffries, - - -
Smith's Mills, -
- A. B. Shaw.
-Jas. B. Graham.
- David Tyler.
- II. Woo Iward.
- Eliza Chase.
- D. E. Mokel.
- J. W. Thompson.
- Jas. Thompson '
- Jas. McClelland.
- W W. Wright.
- A. C. Moore,
- Samuel Way.
- Michael Wise.
- Tbos Henderson
- J. A. Hegarty.
' 4 This Post Office will do for Chest township
fWill answer for Ferguson township.
PROFESSIONAL & EUSINESS CARDS.
B. WOODS, Attorney at Law, Indiana, Pa.
, Professional business promptly attended to.
TAR. B. F. AKELT, Grahamton, Clearfield conn-
ty, renn'a. April 1.
T 0. CROUCH, Physicus, Curwensville, Clcar-
JLi field county)tPenn a. May 14.
TR- H. R- BRYANT, Luthersburjr. Ta.. tenders
I J his professional services to the public in gen-
Luthersburg, October 13, 1859.
LJ. CRANS, Attorney at Law and Real Estate
. Agent, Clearfield, Pa. Office adjoining his
residence, on Second street. May IS.
WILLIAM A. WALLACE, Attorney at Law,
Clearfield, Pa. Oflice, one door north of the
Post Oflice, on Second street.' - Sept. 1.
ROBERT J. WALLACE. Attorney at Law, (and
District Attorney.) Clearfield, Pa. Office in
Shaw's new row, Market street. May 25.
TJ BUCHER SWOOPE, Attorney at Law, Clear-
XT., field, Pa. Office in Graham's Row. one door
east of the 'Raftsman's Journal' office. Nov 10.
FRANK SHORT, Boot and Shoe-maker. Shop,
on Second street, (nearly opposite Reed and
weaver s store,) Ulearneid, Jfa. .May 4, laoa.
m W. MOORE, Land Surveyor, will attend to all
a . business eutrusted to him with care and dis
patch. Grampian Hills, Pa., Nov. 23. '59-6mp.
Hf A. FRANK, Justice of the Peace, Market st.,
tX. Clearfield, Pa. Business entrusted to his
care will receive prompt attention. Collections
made and money remitted Apr27'59.
i EORGE W. RHEEM, Dealer in Drugs, Medi
JC cines, Stationary and Fancy articles. Room
formerly occupied by Lorain, on Market Street,
Clearheld.' Sell cheap, for cash Apr20.
"IT TILLIAM F. IRWIN, Markctstreet, Clearfield,
V V Pa., Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Mer
chandise, Hardware, Queensware, Groceries, and
family articles generally. Nov. 10.
JOHN GUELICH. Manufacturer of all kinds of
fj Cabinet-ware, .Market street, Clearfield, Pa.
He also makes to order Coffins, on short notice, and
attends funerals with a hearse. Aprl0,'59.
TOSHUA S. JOHNSON, Cabinet Maker, Market
fj street, tlearbcld, Pa. He will also attend fu
nerals with a hearse, when called on; and make
comns to order, on short notice. .Nov. 10.
DR. WM. CAMPBELL, offers his professional
services to the citizens of Morris and adjoin
ing townships. Residence w?rh J. D. Denning in
Kylertown, Clearfield county. May ll,185tf.
AB. SHAW, Shawsville, Clearfield county, Pa.,
. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware, 4c, sells cheap for Cash, or exchan
ges lor Lumber or approved country produce.
HF. NAUGLE. Watch and Clock Maker, and
. dealer in Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Room in
chaw's new row, Markctstreet. opposite the Rafts-
man s Journal cmce, Clearfield, I'a. Nov. 10.
JB M ENALLY, Attorney at Law, Clearfield,
. Ta. Practices in Clearfield and adjoining
counties. Office in new brick addition, adjoining
tne residence ot James ts. Graham. Nov. 10.
T)LACKSMrriIING.-SbunkweiIer & Orr.thank-
D ful for past favors, would resnectfullv solicit a
continuance of a share of public patronage ia their
line ot business, chop on lbird st. Nov. 10.
RICHARD MOSSOP, Dealer in Foreign and Do
mestic Dry Goods, Groceries, Flour, Bacon.
Liquors, &c. Room, on Market street, a few doors
west of Journal UJfice, Clearfield, Pa. Apr27.
T ARRIMER & TEST, Attorneys at Law.CIear-
Li field, Pa. Will attend promptly to all leal
and other business entrusted to their care in Clear
field and adjoining counties. August 6, 1850.
JAS. H. LAURIMEH. ISRAEL TEST.
milOMAS J. M'CULLOUGH, Attorney at Law,
X and Notary Public, Clearfield, Pa. Office on
Market street, one door west of Richard Mossop's
store. Deeds and other legal instruments prepar
ed with promptness and accuracy. leb. 1.3.
JOHN RUSSEL & CO.. Tanners and Curriers,
Pennville, Clearfield Co , Pa. Keep constantly
on hand an excellent assortment of leather, which
they offer for sale at the lowestcash prices. Hides
of all kinds taken in exchange. Julyl5-54.
JOHN HUIDEKOPER, Civil Engineer and Land
J Surveyor, offers his professional services to the
citizens of Clearfield county. All business en
trusted to him will be promptly and faithfully ex
ecuted. He can be found at the banking house of
.Leonard, i-inney & Vo. bept. 21, 18a9.
DR. M. WOODS, tenders his professional servi
ces to the citizens of Clearfield and vicinity.
Residence on Second street, opposite the office of
L. J. Crans, Esq . Office, the same that was recent
ly occupied by Hon. G R. Barrett, where he can
be found unless absent on professional business. .
TlENTAL CARD. A. M. SMITH, offers his pro
XJ fessional services to the Ladies and Gentlemen
of Clearfield and vicinity. All operations upon the
teem executed witn neatness and despatch. Ueing
familiar with all the late improvements he is pre
pared to make artificial teeth in the best manner.
Office in Shaw's New Row, Clearfield. Sep. 15.
STOUR TEETH ! DR. A. M. HILLS, desires to
J announce to his friends and patrons, that he
is now devoting all ot his time to operations lnDen-
tistry. Those desiring hisservices will find him at
his office, adjoining his residence, at nearly all
times, and always on Fridays and Saturdays, un
less notified otherwise in the town papers the week
before. All wont warranted to be satisfactory.
BOOT A SHOE MAKING. Theundersignedhav
ing entared into partnership in the above bu
siness, at the end ot the new bridge, li miles a-
bove Clearfield borough, are prepared 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 country produce and hides
taken in exchange for work. June 23, 1858
EXTENSIVE DEALER IN SQUARE TIMBER,
BOARDS. SniNGLES. AC. vK
Soul j ?letd nssortmeni ntrU
in a well sitppl c0
T ASKING AND COLLECTION OFFICE
LEONARD, FINNEY & CO.,
CLEARFIELD, CLEARFIELD COUNTY, PA.
Bills of Exchange, Notes and Drafts Discounted.
Deposits received. Collections made, and proceeds
promptly remitted, exchange on the Cities con
stantly on hand. Umce, on Market St., opposite
tne resiaence oi jas.i.uranam,isq. jAprl.i.
james t. i-eonard. ::::::::: n. a. pisnet.
wm a. Wallace. .:::::::::: a. c. fixket.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !! The undersigned hav.
inz made arrangements with a laree manu
facturing establishment to supply him with Flour,
he gives notice to the public that he is prepared
to furnish all who want a good article, at the very
lowest price, in as large or small quantities as
my be desired. HS also keeps on hand constant
ly liquors of all kinds, which he will sell whole
sale or retail. JAS. H. GALER.
Tyrone City, Ta , July 11th, 1859.
AGENTS WANTED ! to sell Gary's Patent
Cap and Breast Lantern. To those furnish
ing satisfactory references, a liberal salary and
expenses will be paid. The article is needed by
every farmer and mechanic in the country, and
will meet with ready sale. For particulars address
J. C. CARY, Patentee,
Dec. 14, 1859-4t. 81 Nassau St., N.Y.
EXECUTORS' NOTICE Letters Testa
mentary on the Estate of James Henry, late
of Pike township, Ulearneid county. I'a , aeceas
siding in Union township, all persons indebted to
said estate are required to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against the same
will present them duly authenticated to my Attor
ney, L. J. trans. Esq., Ulearneid, l a., or
WILLIAM X. JUllNSiUN,
February 8, 1860. Executor
TTEEP UP THE EXCITEMENT Re
JLV movals always cause excitement, and since
the great excitement about the removal of the
Court House has subsided, the community gener
ally have become somewhat excited upon hearing
that (Jharly Watson has determined to pull up
stakes and remove to Virginia. But the latest
cause of excitement is the fact that I have lemov
ed my Saddler Shop from my old stand opposite
the Court House to my new shop on Market street,
nearly opposite the jail, where all who may favor
JiL ..II 1 1 -.1 O 111 C"
me wiiii a can can do suppiiea wua oatiate-j, o
git Harness, Double Harness, Tug Harness, Sri
dies, Collars, Whips, Halters. Housings, Breech
bamis. Side Straps, and in fact every article in the
line of saddling and Harness making, lhanklul
for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed
I solicit a continuance of the same and a call from
as many new customers as can make it suit.
Aug. 29, '59. GEORGE W. RHEEM
P. S. My being connected with tho Drui busi
ness win not interfere with my shop, tor 1 have
the Drug Store attended to by careful hands and
intend devoting my time exclusively to my regu
w v UuiUvOa . VI IT ltd
A HOMESTEAD FOR $10. Homestead
for $100. Also, Homesteads for $1000 and
over, situated on and near Rappahannock Jtuver.
above and u jIow Iredericksbunr. in Virginia.
A new town, called Jxapnahannock, has recent
ly been laid out, in Cnlprper County, in the midst
ot the trola ttegion oj Virginia, surrounded by
Mines and Mining Companies; and Farms and
Town Lots in alternate divisions or shares, can
now be had for a "Mere Sons," simpiv to induce
settlement in this desirable region. 154.900 worth
of land is to be divided amongst purchasers or
given away as an inducement to come on and make
improvements, and the land is of the most linnrov
able qualities. Many have already settled and
scores of others are coming. Good farming land.
in tracts of any size to suit purchasers, can also be
had at from $10 to S20 per acre, payable in easy
quarter yearly instalments. Unquestionable ti
tles will iii all cases be. itiveii. I3"Acents are
wanted every where to sell these lands : liberal
inducements will be given. For particulars,
Address, L. BALDER, Land Agec,
Port Royal, Virginia.
Or apply to Thomas Robins, Agent at Clearfield
C'learheld county, Pa. Dec. 14, 18j9.
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Records of the Revolutionary war: contain
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' ... - .:..,.
TftT.ASTERING. The subscriber' having lo
eated himself in the Borough of Clearfield,
would inform the pubucthat he is prepared to ao
work in the above line, from plain to ornamental
nf anv descriotion. in a workmanlike style. Also
whitewashing and repairing done in a neat man
ner, and on reasonable terms. f
April 7. 1858. EDWIN COOPER.
TTNITED STATES HOTEL Thes ubscri-
U ber announces to his Clearfield friends, and
the public in general, that he has taken the above
named house, located at the Railroad, in Harris
burg. Pa.' - He will endeavor to" make this house
one of the most desirable stopping places in the
State Capital, by accommodating all who may fa
vor him with their custom in the best manner pos
sible. Jjulylll BEN. HARTSHORN, Sup't.
TVEW STONE WARE MANUFACTORY
11 IN CLEARFIELD. PA. -
The undersigned takes this method of inform
ing the publio that he has commenced the manu
facture of Stone-Ware in the Borough of Clear
field, and thst ho is now prepared to supply all
who may want them with Milk and Cream Crocks,
Jugs. Jars, Ac, at lower prices, than they can be
bought elsewhere. He solicits a share of patron
age. - FREDERICK LE1TZ1NGEK.
Clearfield, Pa.. Muy 25, 1859-ly.
RANKLIN BILLIARD ROOM The
ndcrsigned informs the publio that he has
fitted up a Billiard Room, up-st airs in Dr. Lorain's
Building on Market street, Ciearheld, I'a., lor the
accommodation of all who may wish to indulge
in this delightful and scientific recreation His
table is of the latest and best pattern, and all the
appliances are of a similar character. No atten
tion will be spared to insure the comfort and plea
sure ot customers. ixuuiitr bill ill.
Clearfield, December 21, 1859
DANIEL GOODLANDER, BOOT A SHOE
Maker, keeps constantly on hand for sale at
his shop, near Luthersburg, Clearfield county, Pa,
BOOTS & SHOES. SOLE A UPPER LEATHER,
Rip and Calf Skins, (French and American;)
and a variety of Linings, Bindings, Shoe Pegs,
Nails and Thread, Boot Webbing, Blacking, ire. ;
in fact, everything usually kept in a shoe-finding
establishment. He has also Flour, Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, Rice, Soda, Syrup, Tobacco, Segars, Nails,
Crlass, Ac, all ot which can be had cheap for cash.
I il i x- i n , . r 1 1
jjuiuersourg. iovemoer , ioj'j-iyp.
1 OOK HERE, GENTLEMEN ! WAGON
JLi SHOP AHEAD !!!! The subscriber thankful
for past favors, takes this method of informing
his old customers and the public in general, that
he has removed his shop from the foundry to the
shop formerly occupied by George W. Orr. on Sec
ond street, Clearfield. Pa., where he will continue
to manufacture agons of every description, to
order, of good material and in a workmanlike
manner. Also, Wheelbarrows, Harrows, Grain
craaies, sc, made on short notice, in superior
style, and of the best stock. Repairing of every
jtina aone witn aispatcn. and on reasonable terms.
June 2, Io. WILLIAM il. BROWN.
THE UNION RIGHT SIDE UP Since
the subscribers have started the Chair-ma
king business at their residence in Lawrence tp.,
i mile from Philip Antes' saw-mill bn the west side
ot the river, where they keep constantly on hand
All dexerivtifws of Chairs. Settees. Boston
ROCKING CHAIRS, RUSH BOTTOMS A SPRING
Seat Chairs, from the common- Windsor vp
to the verv latest stule of Parlor Chairs.
Tbe subscribers having an elegant water-power
by which they do their Boring, Sawing, Turning,
Ac, they are enabled to sell every style of chairs
at reduced prices The public is respectfully in
vited to call and examine for themselves. All
work warranted either new work or repairing.
Jan. 4, I860. WM. M'CULLOUGH A SON.
NEW OYSTER SALOON. The undersign
ed would inform the citizens of Clearfield and
vicinity, that he has recently fitted up a SALOON
adjoining his Uakery, where he is prepared to
serve all customers who may call with choice
BALTIMORE OYSTERS, SARDINES,
and ail the attendtnt "fijeins" that may be desired
. flliCU, VAULO, lUiO, AITliLO, Oij.,
on hand and for sale at reasonable rates for cash
Persons wishing anything in this line are reques
ted to give me a call, and I am confident that
you will be pleased with the quality of the edi
bles, aswell as with the arrangement of the room.
uememoer tne place, tae "Old Jew fctore," on
Market street, Clearfield.
Nov. 2,1859 WENDLIN ENTRES.
T OOK HERE ! LOOK HERE !! The nn
JLi dersigned take this method of informing the
public generally thst they have entered into co
partnership in tbe Blacksmithing business, and
can be found at the shop formerly occupied by Ja
cob Shunkweiler, on Third street, in the 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 and your pulling sticks,
Your sleds, your sleighs, your horse and mare,
No three-year old, shall then go bare.
Your spears we'll work up then just right,
To pruning hooks for every bight,
Your swords too. shall then be wrought
To plough-shares such as Cain, ne'er bought.
Dec. 6, 135S. GEORGE W. ORR.
OH SALE OR KENT A VALUABLE
TAVERN STAND AND FARM of 85 acres
of Land, 65 of which are cleared and under culti
vation, situate on iiearneia licck, on the mam
road leading from Clearfield town to Clearfield
Bridge, in Clearfield county, Pa., and three miles
from the former place. The house is large, now.
well calculated for a lavern, and will command
nearly all the custom of the watermen during the
freshets, which usually last from four to six weeks.
There are also a good Barn, Wood Shed, Wash and
Bake House, and various other buildings necessa
ry for convenience and comfort. The terms of sale
will be made easy say four annual payments.
For further information inquire of L. J. Crans,
Esq., Dr. A.T. Schryver, James U. Larimer, Esq.,
uiearneia, or u. v. neia, uien nope, uiearneid
county, Pa. Possession can be given so that the
buyer or rcntor can have the benefit of the spring
business, which alone will amount to more than
double the rent A, T. SCHRYVER.
Clearfield, Pa., January 5, 1859-tf.
IGnLY IMPORTANT INFORMA-
TION.-JV'w Spring Goods.
L. A W. REIZENSTEIN, corner of Main and
Joy streets, opposite William Barker's "Mansion
House," LOCK HAVEN, PENN'A.
The undersigned would respectfully announce
the citizens ot Ulearheld county, especially
Lumbermen coming to Lock Haven, that they have
just received their Spring goods, comprising a
tremendous stock of fashionable and seasonable
READY-MADE CLOTHING. ALSO. FURN
ISHING GOODS HATS AND CAPS
BOOTS A SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES. AC,
which can't be found in any town this side of the
city ; all of which, they are determined to sell at
so slight an advance on city cost, and at such a
great reduction from the usual prices, as to aston
ish even the closest buyer. The goods are all new
and tashionnble and have been selected with tbe
greatest care and will be warranted in point of
duraDiaty. Aememocr the place !
L. A W REIZENSTEIN,
Opposite Wm. Barker's "Mansion House."
Lock Haven, Pa., March 16, 185-3m.'
ON HIS OWN nOOK!-J0HN GUELICn,
CABINET MAKER. The subscriber wishes
to inform his old friends and customers, that he
is now carrying on the Cabinet Making business,
on "his own hook," at his old shop on Market
Street, nearly opposite the "old Jew Store," where
he keeps on hand, and is prepared to manufacture
to order, every description of Cabinet-Ware, that
maybe wanted in this section of country ; con
, Writing and Wash Stands; Centre, Din-
Breakfast Tables : Mahogany and Com-
ing and Breakfast Tables : Mahogany
mon Bedsteads; Sewing Stands, Ac, Ac. . He will
also repair furniture and chairs, in good style,
cheap for cash. House Painting done on short no
tice, and easy terms. Now is the time to buy at
reasonable prices, as I intend to sell every thing
in my line of business at the cheapest cash rates.
Walk in and examine the articles on band, and
judge for yourselves, of the quality and finish.
vvuuuj iiuuulc fecciveu in payment.
April 13, 1859 JOHN GUELICH.
N. B Coffins made to order on short nnt-inn and
funerals attended with a neat hearse, and appro
priate accompany mcnts, when desired. J. G.
fyillE FARM in Jordan towship noccupied by
-L John kiliou, being 50 acres, ia of which are
cleared and under good fence, and having a house
and barn thereon erected, for sale. Apply to
. JunelS, 1859. L.J. CRANS, Clearfield.
TVTEW GOODS !
NEW GOODS!! FIRST
11 ARRIVAL !!-
'ust received at the "corner
store" of Wm. Irvin. in Curwensville, a very large
an.t vott 4 !, T 17.. 1 IT-' . il J.
comprising everything adapted to the wants
tne people. Please call and examine the goods
ana prices. . . September 24, 1859
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER. The
undersigned takes this method to announce
to the citizens of Clearfield and the surrounding
country, mat ne nas opened a Uarber Shop, on
market street, in bhaw s new row.wbere he s pre
pared to accommodate all who may giva him a
call, and hopes to receive a liberal patronage.
uct. e, 1808. JiJKlsailAU N0B.IU5.
riLORIOUS NEWS ! NATIONAL EX-
UT . CHANGE Tbe subscriber having taken
the above well known stand, in Curwensville, Pa.,
is ready to accommodate all who may favor him
with their patronage. His table will always be
supplied witn tne oest tne market can anord, and
his liar with tbe choicest liquors. His stable will
be under the care of attentive hostlers.
April 8, 1S58. DAVID SMITH.
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 tho 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 eomfort of his guests. L li. DEEG.
Middletown, Pa., March 30, 1859-3in.
i uliijiu Jim ine unaersigned res-
X pectfully announces to the traveling publio
in general that he now occupies the Tavern house
mile east of b. Bauders 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
i. , i .i .i , . . i ..i , .
uu prvviueu wua ue oesi mat me market can af
ford. His stable is also convenient and good.
March 9, 1859. BENJAMIN SNIDER.
fTILEMING nOTEL, (FORMERLY KNOWN
JL AS THE GOOD INTENT,) CURM ENS V 1 LLE.
Clearfield County, Pa. The subscriber begs leave
to inform his old customers and the public gene-
rauy mai ne nas recently taken the above well
known stand, and that he has entirely refitted and
refurnished it in a style adapted to the age. and
the wants of the entire travelling community.
HIS TABLE will always be provrded with everv
luxury the markets and surrounding country will
afford. HIS BAR will be supplied with the choi
cest wines anu liquors. Ills S1ALLES, which
are the best and most commodious on the road
within a day's travel, will alwavs be in charere of
careful and attentive hostlers In short, everv
ucparuneni oi nis estaonsnment will be supplied
with all the comforts and conveniences the weary
A II 11 1 a v .
iravcuer coum aesire. UM. A. MASUA.
Curwensville, June 2. 1858.
iLliAKllliLU HOUSE, CORNER OF
Vy FIRST AND MARKET STREETS. CLEAR
FIED, PA. The undersigned would respectfully
inform his friends and the travelling public in
general, mat ne nas taken the above house, (for
. . i . , .1 i . . ., . V
inerly known as the Hemphill Hotel. and tbat
the house has been recently refitted, improved
ana newly . furnished : that extensive In!ilin
uo juhs ueen compietca; and that ho is pre-
lurcu 10 accommodate all who may give him
a call in the most pleasing and agreeable manner.
He is amply provided with everything to render
nis nouse a uesiraoie sconninsr place, and will
I....."-,. . . . . . " . "
"u""" j cuicrmiu ms guesis in a manner mat
w give me luwest sausiaouon. ine
uuuso ia Miuaicu in apieasant and quiet part ot
me xown, ana no expense or attention will be spa-
. ... . . '
" .u uuu VJl 1 11 C urai uuu,rN 1 1 1 I MH I'l 111 Fl V
a paironage is resDecuuiiv solicited. His
bar will bo supplied with an assortment of choice
nquo s. Ijune2-'5S H. HAYS MORROW.
MUSEUM, CABINET, AND SCHOOL
FELLOW COMBINED Merry's Museum
tor ISG0- The Illustrated Dollar Magazine for
Jioys ami uiris, A new volume commences with
the January Number, with greater attractions
than ever before. We have completed a series of
arrangements by which the Museum shall be ren
dered valuable and useful far beyond precedent.
We shall have some of the finest engravings that
have ever appeared in a Magazine of the kind ;
and it will continue to be the Yonug People's Fa
vorite, xnese illustrations will be accompanied
with rich and racy articles too, from Robert Mer
ry, Htram Hatchet. Aunt Sue, Cousin Hannah, the
Old Major, Laura Elmer, and many others of our
l ... . X" . . 1 1 . . l - , rr-
ucsn Binti.-. now is lue nine io suoscrioe. 10
all iu-,io subscribers we will send a fine Steel En
graving of "Lncle Frank," in the January num
ber, bend in your names at once. Terms onlv
vne i'oiiar a year, in advance. Address
J JN . STEARNS A CO., Publishers,
Dec. 14. 116 Nassau Street, New-York
EV FALL AND WINTER GOODS
ANSONVILLE, O. K. 11. SWAN
announces to tho citizens of Ansonville and the
surrounding country, that he has iust returned
from the East and is now opening at his store an
extensive stocK ot choice and serviceable Fall and
Winter Goods, consisting of a general assortment of
Lri uwu. UriUUfcKl.fc.iN 11 AKD-W A HE,
QUEENS-WARE. CEDAR-WARE. TIN-WARE,
AJUiNfcJ.S, 11A1S & O'Al'H. BOOTS A SHOES,
Ready-Made Clothing, Varnishes. Paints
and Oils, Drusrs. Patent Medicines.
and a great variety of useful fancy goods, among
which maybe found the latest stvles of Ladies'
Livia wuuDts SHAWLS, K1BBONS, LACES,
JJL.UWJiH,S . lliiMMI rsiiS. Ac. Ae.. Ac.
The undersigned would direct particular atten
tion to his extensive selection of Parlor and Coal
Stoves, Cook Stoves and fixtures. Stove nine. Ac.
ALSO, a large quantity of Salt. Persons desirous
oi purcnasing any ot the articles in my line of
business, are invited to call and examine my stock
before buying elsewhere, as I feel persuaded that
x can supply tnein on as reasonable terms for cash
as any other store m the county. Lumber of ev
ery description, and approved country produce
lanen in exchange tor goods. H. SWAN.
Ansonville, .November 23, 18j9.
i LARGE LOT of new Prints. Delaines. Plaids.
m Ac. Also a fine selection of Cashmeres. Eng
lish and t rench Merinos, and all styles of Ladies'
dress goods, at the "corner store" of Wm. Irvin.
in Curwensville. September 24.
A LARGE LOT of Nails, Glass, Paints, Oils, Bur
ning Fluid, Turpentine, Alcohol, Ac, very
I . 1 1 . 1 . .. M
ow ujr mo (juauiuy, at ine "corner Ftore ot
vurwensvuie. eepremoer zi. ivji. lltviN.
HENRY DISTON'S Mill and X-cut Saws, and
Loveland A Mann's superior chopping Axes,
at Wm. Irvin's. in Curwensville. Sent. 24.
HIDES taken at the highest price in exchange
for goods by Wm. Irvin, at the "cheap cor-
ner" In Curwensville. September 24.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, an assortment, at
the "cheap corner store" of Wm. Irvin. in j
Curwensville. , September 24.
COOKING AND PARLOR STOVES, for sale at
the "cheap corner store" of Wm. Irvin, in
Curwensville. September 24.
Spring. Shear, American, Eng
and cast Steel, at the cheap cor
Wk. Irvix, Curwensville.
ner store of '
A FEW set of Ladies' Furs will be sold very
T low-at tho "cheap corner store" of . .
- "' 23' ' 1 Wm' Ikti Curwensville.
GRIND STONES with fixtures, for sale by AVm
Irvin. Curwensville. September 24.
P LOUR A quantity of good Flour, in 100-lb
sacks, for sale by Ws . V. Ibwix. Clear fold.
SKELETON SKIRTS, all sizes and
sale by Wm. Irvin, Curwensville
WAGGON AND BUGGIES, for sale cheap, by
Wm. Irvin, Curwensville. Sept 24.
Afi BUSHELS of Clover Seed for sale at
store of Wm. Iuvin, CurtcaisuiU,
F Tn OF ALL KINDS C.U
v tT , ' ' .MERRELL A Iui?ER s
lor Japaned-Ware, goto MebkellA B.cler'.
1 or Brittania-Ware, go to Mebbell A Biolee'V
r a,r,d-" re' t0 Mfbbell A BillH l
For Hollow-Ware, go to Merrell A Biglkb's
. JAPAXNED WARE.
x or lancy waiters, go to Merbell A BioLrH,
vr fan7Jde boxes, go to Merrell A Bigleb's "
For good dust pans, o to Mekrell A Biolp-"
of 'aescups.gotoMEBREU. Jfc Bicl
t or gooa toot tubs, go to Merrell A Bigler's'
For water coolers f . mERRELI f Bi"k'.
J:or water coolers. go to Merrell A Bigler's
For chamber buckets, goto Merrell A Bigleb'r
8TOVES, 8TOVE Hxtcres C .
For stovesof all kinds,gotoMeRttr,'.
For farmers' boilers, o to M J '
For good stove-pipe, go to Meure,.,. 4 b",
For summer furnaces, eo to Merrell A .
For large iron kettles, go to Merrell A Bisi.v'f"
For coffee roasters, , . go to Merrell A Biqler '
For stove brushes, go to Mekrell A Biglek'i
For German blacklead.go to Merrell A Hi,:, ...f.'
For stove collars. . goto Merrell A Bigler's"
For Rafting stoves, . go to Merrell A Bigleb'
For superior coal oil. ro to Merrell A r;t..
For fancy coal oil lamps, go to Merrell A Big'w f'
For old dominion coffee-pots to Merrell A mi .
For fancy gas chandaliers.go to Merrell A Biw.-
a : i li, if ,it...,eri.
For good grain cradles, - go to Merrell A Ui!cr-!'
For superior ploughs, go to Merrell A lli!..."
For side hill ploughs, go to Merrell A BiglerY
For good road scrapers, go to Merrell A BiglerY
For superior sand screens, go to Merrell ABiierg'
For good platform scales, goto Merrell A UtglerY
For good counter scales, go to Merrell A Bigler g'
For superior hay scales, go to Merrell A Bii.-."
For patent milk pans, go to Merrell A Lig!er-,'
Forgood clover hullers, go to Merrell APiVer?'
For fancy lamp shades, go toMerrell A Bir;. '
For good spelter and zinc, go toMerrell A EigierY
For superior fruit cans, go to Merrell A Iiigler '
r or good nouse-spouting, go to Merrell A Biglerg
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS.
For bar iron of all Kinds, go t Merrell A Bii.-.
For superior cast steel, go to Merrell A i:Hcr-g'
For good nails and spikes, go to Merrell A EHerY
For good English steel, go to Merrell A Biier i
For neat smoothing irons, go toMerrell A I!iu.-.
For good spring steel, go toMerrell A BiVler g'
For superior door locks, go to Merrell A BHer'i
For American blistersteel, go to Merrell A L'ig;er '
For iron axles and files, go to Merrell A Bigler's"
For superior pump chains.go toMerrell A Bigltt,'
For all pump fixtures. go to Merrell A Iii5i--.'
For good buggy springs, go to Merrell A Bigler's'
For butts and hinges, Ac go to Merrell A BiglerY.
or superior urass Keiiies.go to .uerreil & liiglet
For good uastin kettles, go to Merrell A RiirWa
For nearest waffle irons, go to Merrell A BiglerY
or good sausage cutters, go to Nerrell A Bigler's.
For good sausage stuffers. go to Merrell A- Iii irW.
For superior coffee mills, go to Merrell A Bigler's.
For superior porch feet, go to Merrell A Biirler a
For shovel plough wings, go to Merrell A Kigler'g.
r or gooa norse shoe nails, go to Merrell A Bigler .
For superior hotel lamps, go to Merrell A Bigler's.
For barn door hinges. eo to Merrell A BiHer"
For superior gate hinges, go to Merrell A Bigler's.
For superior jack chains, goto Merrell A Bigler's.
For long handled shovels, go toMerrell A Bigler's.
For spades and hay forks, go to Merrell ABigicr's.
For hoes and iron rakes, go to Merrell A Bigler'a.
For ferrels of all sizes. go to Merrell A Biu-Ier's.
For superior brass cocks, goto Merrell A Bigler's.
For Brass candle sticks, go toMerrell A Bigler's.
For brass snuffers t locks, gotoMerrell A Bigler's.
For superior lard lamps, go to Merrell A Bigler's.
lor good lemon squeezers.go toMerrell A Bigler's.
For good cork screws. go to Merrell A Bigler .
For egg codlers k beaters, go to Merrel I A Eigler.
lor good bread toasters, en to Afrr-ll A Tt;.lor'.
For superior flesh forks, so to Merrill .fe ):;lrr-"
For good basting spoons, coto Mprwll A P.iwifV
For good twine boxes. antn Mrwit i;. .!....
For neat spring balances, gotoMerrell A Bigler's.
1' OT CTOOrt eorn rrr nH aya A AT 1 1 n T5 : -T '
I Jror goou corn shellers, go toMerrell A Bigler's.
ror parent saw gnmers, go to Merrell A Hitler'
or superior castors, gotoMerrell A Biqler
Country produce, old metal, brass and eopr
I HI HC11 ill f ( ' 1 1 11 71 IT ( aQrha . I , A W 1 w . ( I
I O wimiuvm,imu5tl, iojj
WANT SUPERFINE FLOUR
IF you want good Extra Flour, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Extra Family Flour, go to Mdssoi-'s.
IF you want good smoked llama, e-o to Mossop'b
IF you want Sides or Shoulders, go to Mossop's.
ir jou want excellent lined Beef, goto Mossop s.
IF you want good Brown Sugar, go to Mossop's.
IF you want superiorWhiteSugar.goto Mossop's.
IF you want the best Rio Coffee, go to Mossop's,
IF you want Extract of Coffee, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good Imperial Tea, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good Black Tea. go to Mossop's.
IF you want good Young Hyson, go to Mossop's.
IF you want coarse or fine Salt, go to Mossop's.
rv- . .......
ir you want excellent luce, go to Mossor s.
IF you want fresh ground Spices, go to Mossop's.
IF you want superior Candies, go to Mossor's.
IF you want Adamantine Candles, goto Mossop's.
IF you want good Tallow Candles, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good fresh Mackerel, go to Mossop'r.
it you want good Iresh Herring, go to Mossop s.
IF you want superior White Fish, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Molasses, all kinds, go to Mossop's.
IF you want fine Dried Peaches, go to Mossop's.
IF you want fine Dried Apples, ga to Mossop's.
IF you want Oranges and Lemons, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Nails inn Sr,ilrM cm tn
IF you want Hardware of all kinda.go to Mossop's!
IF you want a good Grass Scythe, go to Mossop's.,
IF you want a good Hay Fork, go lo Mossop's.
IF you want a good Manure Fork, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good Garden Spades, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Willow Baskets, go to Mossop's.
IF you want a good Buggy Whip, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Tobacco and Cigars, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Fanoy Wall Paper, go to Mossop's.
IF you want ManillaA hemp cords.go to Mossop's.
IF you want Palm or Fancy Soan. sro to Mossop's
IF you want Shoe Lasts and Pegs, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good Saw-mill Saws, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Powder, Lead A Shot. go to Mossop's.
IF you want good Shoe Blacking, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good Stove Blacking, n-o to Moss.p'
IF you want superior Blacfc Ink, go to Mossop's.
IF you want a Smoothing Iron, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good brown Muslin, go to Mossop's. .
IF you want good White Muslin, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good colored Muslins, go to Mossop's.
IF you want silk Handkerchiefs, go to Mossop's
IF you want cotton Handkerchicfs.goto Mossop's
IF you Tant Linen Table cloths, go to Mossop's
IF you want cotton Table cloths, go to Mossop's
IF you want UmbrellasAParasols, go to Mossop's
IF you want a superior Clock, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Fancy Carpet Sacks, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Table Oil Cloths, Ko to Mossop's.
IF you want good FloorOil ClM.h, go to Mossop's.
IF you want new School Books, go to Mossop's.
IF you want a good Undershirt, go to Mossop's.
IF you want fashionable Coats, co to M.-.ssop s
IF you want fashionable Pants, go to Mosop's.
lb you want fashionable Neck ties. go to Mossop's.
IF you want fashionable Vests, ea to Mni"i
IF you want fashionable Hats, go to Mossop's.
IF you want fashionable Hand ks, goto Mossop's.
IF you want fashionable Boots, go to Mossop's.
xt you want lashionable Shoes, go to Moss
IF you want Boys' Coats A Pants, go to Moss
J. Zlnt Fh?H.sf g to SSOIs'
" y0U Dt Chl,dren 8 Sho58 g o Mossop's.
jr you want iasnionabie Bonnets, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Calicoes, new styles, go to Mossop's.
IF you want new fancy DeLaines, go to Mossop's.
IF you want good French Chintz, go to Mossop's.
IF you want French Ginghams, go to Mossop's.
IF you want Domestic Ginghams, go to Mossop's.
II you want first rate Alpacas, go to Mossop's.
IF you want old Monongahela. go to Mossop's.
IF you want Port Wine, superior, go to Mossop's.
IF you want " for Medical use, go to Mossop's.
IF yOU Want " Sa!rmpntl nt. Vnacir'j
IF you want good Cherry Brand v goto Mossop's.
" you want good Sweet Wine, golo Mossop's.
IF you want Fancy Cassimeres, go to Mossop
IF you want Black Cassimeres, go to Mossop's.
c jou want piam&iancv Tweeds, goto Mossop's-
it you want superior Cassinets, go to Mossop's.
i i.' . n - .
you want superior Sattinets, go to Mossop'
IF you want ground White Lead, go to MosscrV
IF you want fino ground Zinc, go to Mosskp',
IF you want Pure Flax-seed Oil, go to Mossop's
tp y0U want any other articles, go to Mossop's
IF you want to buy cheap for cash, go to Mossop's
vicwucm, x a., April a, ioos. -
TVEAV GOODS VERY rnPJP i.,f e
X 1 ceived and for sale low at th "rhranegt eor
ner," Curwensville, by