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The small pox Is prevalent in Montreal.Can
ada, to an nnnsnal extent. ' - '
It la not so honorable 1 to descend from a
high ancestry as to ascend from a low one. '
An enormous cow, weighing; alive 2,650
ponnds, was slaughtered in Boston last week.
Gen "Wool pronounces the treason of Sooth
Carolina as far transending that of Benedict
Arnold.. . ' ' " ,
The receiptor the United States Coloniza
tion Society, last year, from all sources, was
$14,363. ; - - " ' -
- The Buffalo Express says it is fast becoming
fashionable in that city for ladies to wear the
Balmoral without any dress over it.
In a single town of Maine, containing only
four hundred and fifty inhabitants, thirty-two
people died last year of consumption.
Mrsi Yell lately cowhided . Mr. Lay, for not
performing a promise to marry her. As he
wouldn't make her Lay, she made him yell.
.There are fourteen tanneries in Santa Cruz
county, California, employing fifty men, and
producing 40,000 sides of leather per annum.
Gold has been discovered in Arkansas, fifty,
five miles east of Little Rock. In sinking an
artesian well several fine lumps were discover
ed, and the dirt yielded twenty-five cents to
the pan. ' ' '
The reason why so many marriages among
the rich end unhappily, is to be found in the
fact that they do not so much demand that
heart should beat to heart as that purse should
chink to purse. - ' - .
CoLAldricb, M. C, of Minnesota, receiv
ed a letter from a member of the Minnesota
Legislature, stating that upon the receipt of
the news of Major Anderson's gallant exploit
inchanging from Moultrie to Sumter, the Le
gislature passed an act changing the name of
Toombs county to that of Anderson.
A little boy kneeling at bis mother's knee,
to say his evening prayer, asked leave to pray
in his own words, and with 8 child-like sim
plicity said God bless little Willie, and
don't let the house burn np God bless papa
and mama God bless me and make my boots
go on easy in the morning."
Education is Pixnstlvania. The annual
report of the Superintendent of Common
Schools in Pennsylvania, for the year ending
June 4th, I860, shows that there were then in
- the State 11,577 schools, containing 8171 male
and 4835 female teachers ; 314,667 male and
204,249 female scholars, the average attend
ance being 366,061. The number of schools
required is 494, and the number of scholars
learning German is 6753.
TERMS OF TIIE JOURNAL.
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nesday at $1,50 per annum in advance. If not
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Advertisements will be inserted at $1,00 per
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d. A deduction will be made to yearly adver
No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper win be discontinued un
til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of
the publisher. o. i. iwm.
Pres't Judge Hon. Samuel Linn, Bellefonte.
As'te.Judares Hon. Win. L. Moore, Clearfield.
IIon.Eenj'n. Bonsall, Luthersbnrg.
Fheriff. . . . Fred'k G. Miller, . uearneia
Prothonolary, John L. Cuttle, . . ..
Reg. A Kec. . James Wrigley, . . "
District Att'y, Robert J. Wallace, . "
Treasurer. . . Geo. 13. Goodlander, "
Co. Surveyor, II. B. Wright, . . Glen Hope.
Commiss'nTS, William McCracken, Lumber City
Wm.Merrell, . . . Clearfield.
S.C.Thompson, . Morrisdale.
Auditors. . , Isaae W.Graham, .
r . . J.B.Shaw, . . .Clearfield.
' " ' B. C Bowman. . '
Coroner. . '. . George Richards, . . Clearfield.
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
Tournshtps. Name of P.O. Names of P. M
- - -
r ... Cush, - - - -"
- - - - Oatend. - - -Hoggs,
- - - Clearfield Bridge,
Bradford, - Woodland, - -Brady,
- - - Luthersbnrg, -"
. - Troutville, - -
; ... Jefferson Line, -Burnside,
- - - Burnside,
Clearfield, - Clearfield, -Covington,
- Frenchville, - ,
" - - - Karthaus, - -
- Mary Elder.
- Thos.A. M'Ghee,
- J.W Campbell.
- Lewis Smith.
- P. B. Miller.
- Edw'd. Williams
- A L. Schnell.
. Jacob Kuntz.
- J.M. Curomings.
- J as. McMurray.
- Chas. D.Watson.
- F. Coudriet.
- J. F.W. Schnarr
- Samuel Way.
Philipsburg, Centre county. Pa.
Marron, - - - - Edin. Williams.
Fox, - - - Hellcn Post Oflice, Elk county, Pa.
tiirard, - - - Leconto's Mills,
" ... Bald Hills, - -Goshen,
- - Shawiville, - -Graham,'
- - Grahamton,
Huston, - - Tyler, - - -
, . . Pennfield, - -Jordan,
Karthaus, Salt Lick, - -Knox,
- - - New Millport, -Lawrence,
- - -Kylertown, - -
- . - Morrisdale. - -Penn,
- - Lumber City ,t -
" - - - - Grampian Hills,
Pike,;- - Curwensville, -
" . - - - - Bloomingville, -I'nion,"--"-Rockton,
- - -
Woodward, ' Jeffries, -
- William Carr.
- A. B. Shaw.
- Jas. B. Graham.
- David Tyler.
- II. Woodward.
- Geo. Heckadorn
- D. E. Mokcl.
- Jas. Thompson.
- Jas. McClelland.
- W W. Wright.
- A. C. Moore,
- Samuel Way.
- Michael Wise.
- Wm. F.Johnson.
- Thog Henderson
J. A. Hegarty
Smith's Mills, -
. This Post Office will do for Chest township
,WiIl answer for Ferguson township.
1 V '-p j. g;iiartsvick, ' : : f
P H Y SIC IAN "A N D "SURGEON
VAT30. CLEARFIELD, PESH'A. , 1860.
OOTS and Shoes of every kind, for Ladies,
uennenien and children, at
sept!9 - Reed, Weaver & Co's.
A SPLENDID - assortment of Ladies', Gentle
men's and children's Gloves and Hosiery, at
septl9 Reed, Weaveh A Co s.
A LARGE STOCK of Varnishes Copal, Coach,
Whito Damar, White Spirit, Flowiug, Japan
Dryer, and Black Varnish for Leather, Ac, for
sale at . DeclZj IIARTSWICK'S.
DR. LJTCH'S MEDICINES. A fresh sup
ply of these invaluable Family "Medicines
are for sale by M. A. Frank, Clearfield, consisting
of Pain Curer ; Restorative, a greatcure for colds
and cough ; and Anti-BUionx Physic. They have
been thoroughly tested in this community, and
are highly approved. Try them.
CLEARFIELD HOUSE, CLEARFIELD,
PA. The subscriber having purchased the
furniture and interest from H. 11. Morrow, in said
House, is now prepared for the reception of tran
sient and permanent boarders. Every depart
ment connected with . his establishment will be
conducted second to none in the county. He res
pectfully solicits a sharo of public patronage.
July 11, 1860.-y. GEO. N. COLD URN.
T1LEARFIELD MUSIC SCHOOL For in
J struction upon the Piano, Mclodeon and Gui
tar, and in Harmony and Singing.
Terms For nunila nndpr six Tears old. S5.00.
for seventy two lessons of one half hour each ;
for all pupils over six years old, $10,00. for Beven-
ty-two lessons or one hour each; upon 1'iano, Me
lodeoii. Guitar or in Harmony.
Payable, one-fourth at the beginning and the
balance at the end of the quarter. -
Vocal music free to all Instrumental pupils.
Studied alone. $3.00 per term.
Rooms at Mr. Alexander Irwin's:
Oct. 1.1860. E. A. P. RYNDER. Teacher.
PERKY HOUSE, FRONT ST., MARIETTA,
(formerly kept by Mrs. Clements.) The sub
scriber respectfully solicits the patronage of his
old friends, and assures all rivermen Having bu
siness in Marietta that no pains will be spared
for their accommodation and comfort.
' Feb. 22. 1860-ly. ABNER M'MICHAEL.
DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters
xjL of Administration on the Estate of George
Dillon, late of Beccaria township, Clearfield coun
ty, Pa., deceased, feaving keen granted to the un
dorsigned, all persons indebted to said estate are
required to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against the came will present them
properly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN WELD, Jr.,
December 26, 1860-6t Administrator.
JOHN ODELL; UPHOLSTERER AND
' CARRIAGE TRIMMER. Located at A. II.
fihaw's Mills, one mil East of Clearfield Boro
Respectfully informs the citizens of Clearfield and
adjoining counties, that he is at all times prepar
ed to manufacture, at tho shortest notice, Hair.
Husk, and Straw Mattresses of all kinds and sizes,
one of which is a Folding Mattres, suitable for
Cabins on Rafts, which caft be folded in small
compass, and emptied and refilled at pleasure ;
and very cheap. lie also trims Carriages, makes
repairs to all kinds of carriage trimming and Up
holstery,' and makes eords or Masons tracing lines,
ot any thickness or length .ZH Country produce,
corn basks, or cash taken in exchange for work.
Orders left with any of the merchants of Clear
field Boro. will be promptly attended to. - jan9-61
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Fancy China-ware,
and other articles, suitable for Christmas
Presents, far ale at IIARTSWICK'S.
BIBLES. The Bible Society of Clearfield co.
hereby gives notice that their books, name
ly. Bibles and Testaments, are deposited in the of
See of James Wrigley, Register and Recorder at
Clearfield- The books are of various sizes and a-
dapted to supply either private individuals or Sun
day Schools at very cheap rates. Very substan
tial bibles can be had as low as 25 cents apiece,
and testaments as low as ri cents apiece.
The people of the county generally are also in
vitcd to leave with Mr. Wrigley any donation they
may be pleased to make in aid ot tbe tunds oi tho
Society. Signed b order of the Executive Com
niittce. 'ALEX. McLEOD, President.
EW FIIUl AND NEW GOODS!
PATTON, HIPPLE & CO.
The subscribers have purchased the stock of mer
chandize lately owned by John Patton, in Cur
wensville. and have just added a fresh supply of
which will be sold low. Please call and examine
our stock. We respectfully ask a share of public
patronage. The books of John Patton, have also
been transferred and will be settled by us.
' II. D. PATTON,
E. A. HIPPLE,
may 10, 1S60. ' DANIEL FAUST.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
.. . II. L. HENDERSON & CO.,
Have just received and opened at the old stand
of Lewis Smith, in Bethlehem, an extensive and
well selected assortment of the most fashionable
Fall and Winter Goods,
Staplo and Fancy. The stock consists in part of
Prints and Dress Goods of the latest styles, togeth
er with Hardware, Queensware, Groceries, Drugs,
Medicines, Fish, Tobacco, Scgars, Hats and Caps,
Bonnets and Shawls, Boots and Shoes, and a large
variety of Useful Notions and such articles as are
usually kept in a country store. All goods will
be sold cheap for cash. Give us a call and see for
yourselves, before you buy elsewhere. ; AH the a
bove will be sold cheap for cash or exchanged
for approved country produce and lumber.
Oct 24, 18G0. II. L. HENDERSON & CO.
"TOWARD ASSOCIATION. Philadelphia
JL A A Benevolent Institution established by spe
cial endowment, for the relief of the sick and Dis
tressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic dis
eases, and especially for the cure of diseases of tho
Sexual Organs. Medical advice given gratis, by
the acting burgeon, to all who apply by letter.with
a description of their condition, (age, occupation,
habits of life, Ac. J and in cases of extreme pover
ty, medicines furnished free of charge. Valuable
reports on Spermatorrhoea, and other Diseases of
tbe Sexual organs, and on the New Remedies em
ployed in the Dispensary, sent to tho afflicted in
scaled letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or
three Stamps for postage will be acceptable. Ad
dress, Dr. J. Seillin Houghton, Acting Surgeon,
Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth St., Phil
adelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL. President.
Geo. Faircbild, Sec. Oat 2i, 1860-ly.
RESPECTFULLY INVITES TME ATTEN
TION OF II IS
Old Customers, and others,
to his Large and well selected1 Stock, of
.; Ml nnb.3Binfer .(Soobn,
WUICII HE OFFERS VERY LOW FOR
CAS IT .
lie also continues to deal in
Lumber of all kinds,
la any way to suit customers. The highest
market price will be paid for all
kinds of grain.
Come and see for yourselves.
New Washington, November 1, 18G0-Cm.
SI A A A II RAYMOND'S PATENT SEW
lU.UUli ING MACHINE FOR TEN DOL
LARS, will Fell, Gather, or do any kind of fami
ly sewing and so simple that any lady can learn
to operate on it in half an hour. It will make
one thousand stitches in a minute, and for its su
periority in every respect, it took the First Pre
mium at the Maine State Fair over all other Sew
ing Machines. A large number have been sold
and are now in use in this borough (Brookville)
and vicinity, and are pronounced the simplest and
best machine, ever invented superior to most ol
the high priced sewing machines.
. The undersigned having purchased the Right
from the Patentee, to sell these machines in the
counties of Jefferson. Clearfield. Elk, and Forest,
are now ready to fill orders for the same in the a
bove district. - Orders for machines will be filled
in the order of their reception. Persons wishing
machines should send in their orders immediate
ly, as we have over 30 machines already ordered
in advance of our supply. Township rights for sale.
All applications for machines or township rights
by letter or otherwise, should be addressed to
A. B. M'LAIN 4 CO.,
Aug. 15, 1860-tf. Brookville, Jefferson co., Pa.
PROVISION AND GROCERY STORE.
The undersigned keeps constantl on hand
at his store room in PhilipsburM fCentreyconnty, a
full stock of Flour, Hams. Shoulders, Sides, Cof
fee, Tea, Sugar, Rice, Molasses, Ac. Also, Li
quors of all kinds, Tobacco. Segars, Snuff, 4c; all
of which he offers to purchasers on the most ad
vantageous terms. - Give him a call, and try his
articles. . .mar21 . ROBERT LLOYD.
LANKS of all kinds, and Foolscap and Letter
paper, for sale at IJAKTBWICK'S.
Tf EW STONE WARE M AN U FACTO R V
11 - IN CLEARFIELD, PA.
The undersigned takes this method of inform
ing the public that he has commenced the manu
facture of Stone-Ware in the Borough of Clear
field, and tnst no 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 cisewnere. ile solicits a share of patron
age. FREDERICK LEITZINGER.
Ulcarheld, l'a., Mvy 25, lS59-ly.
NEW BREWERY MORE LAGER
The subscribers would respectfully inform
the Tavern keepers and others that thev have re
cently started a new Brewery in the Borough of
liearneid, and that they are now prepared to fur
nish Beer on the most accommodating terms. They
have employed an experienced Brewer, from the
east, and they feel confident that they can supply
a superior article of beer. Give them a trial and
judge for yourselves.
June 20. , 60. CHAKLES HAUT A CO.
GRIST AND SAW MILL FOR SALE.
The undersigned will sell at private sale his
grist and sawmill on Little Clearfield creek, in
New Millport, Clearfield county, Pa. The grist
mill can be run by either steam or water, or by
both at the same time. The machinery is all good.
The location is one of the best in the county. The
saw mill is in gooM running order and capable of
sawing 4000 feet every 12 hours. There is also a
dwelling house with the property. For terms,
which will be moderate, apply to the subscriber,
residing in New Millport
Aug. 15, 1860-3m. MARTIN O. STIRK.
BROKE OUT IN A NEW PLACE ! IM
PORTANT NOTICE TO THE RAGGED!!!
The undersigned having opened a Tailoring Es
tablishment in Shaw's Row, in throom recently
occupied byH. F. Naugle as a Jewelry Store, an
nounces that he is now ready and willing to make
Coats, Ptrtttalootis, Vests, d-c, for his old custom
ers, and as many new ones as may give him a call,
after tho latest and most approved styles, or after
any of the old fashions, if tbey prefer it. By
doing his work in a neat and substantial manner,
and promptly fulfilling his engagements, he ex
pects to secure a liberal share of patronago.
Jan. 18.1860. WM. RADEBAUGH.
FLEMING HOTEL, (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS THE GOOD INTENT,) CURWENSVILLE,
Clearfield County, Pa. The subscriber begs leave
to inform his old customers and the public gene
rally that he has 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 every
luxury the markets and surrounding country will
afford. . HIS BAR will be supplied with the choi
cest wines and liquors. Hlb STABLES, which
are the best and most commodious on the road
within a day's travel, will always be in charge of
enreful and attentive hostlers. In snort, every
department of his establishment will be supplied
with all the comforts and conveniences the weary
traveller could desire. WM. A. MASON.
Curwensville, June 2, 1S5S.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. C o m
mencment of the Seventh Volume. The Pub
lishers of The Atlantic Monthly have pleasure in
announcing that the now volume, to commence
with tho number for January 1861. will contain
features of remarkable interest and attractiveness.
Among these, may be named, a New Novel, by
Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of "'Uncle
Tom's Cabin." and "The Minister s Wooing."
A New Novel, by Chaa. Heade, author of '-Christie
Johnstone," "Peg Woffington," etc., etc.
New Stories, by Miss Harriet Prescott. author of
"The Amber Gods," and "Sir Rohan's Ghost."
A new Romance, by the author of "Charles Au
chester," and "Counterparts."
Also, contributions in Prose and Poetry, by ncn
ry W. Longfellow, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Oliver
Wendell Holmes, James Russell Lowell, Ralph
Waldo Emerson, John G. Whittier, Bayard Tay
lor, Edwin P. Whipple. Henry Giles. Richard B.
Kimball, George 8. Hillard, Rose Terry, Rev. Dr.
Bellows, Mrs. Fannie Kcinble, Charlet E. Norton,
Winthrop Sargent, T. W. Higginson, J. T. Tow
bridge, and other distinguished writers.
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Nov. 23. 135 Washington Street, Boston.
TIIE. TRIIJUNE FOR 1861 PROSPEC,
T US. The XXth Volume of the Weekly Tri
bune commenced with the issue of Sept. I. Dur
ing the past year The Tribune has been obliged to
devote quite a large proportion of its space to pol
itics, but we shall soon be able to forego Political
discussions almost entirely, for months if not for
years, and devote nearly all our columns to sub
jects of less intense, but more abiding, interest. A
mong these, we mean to pay especial attention te
I. Education. The whole subject of Education,
both Popular and General, will be discussed in
our columns throughout tho year 1861, and we
hope to elicit in that discussion some of the pro
foundest thinkers and the ablest instructors in our
country. It is at once our hope and our resolve
that the cause of Education shall receive an im
petus from tho exertions of The Tribune in its Jae
half during tho year 1801.
II. Agriculture. We have been compelled to
restrict our elucidations of this great interest
throughout lSBO.and shall endeavor to atone there
for in 1861. Whatever discovery, deduction, de
monstration, is calculated to render the reward of
labor devoted to cultivation more ample or more
certain, shall receive prompt and full attention.
III. Mascpactukes, Ac. We hail every in
vention or enterprise whereby American Capital
and Labor are attracted to and advantageously
employed in any department of Manufacturing or
Mechanical Industry as a real contribution to the
Public Weal, insuring ampler, steadier, more con
venient, more remunerating markets to tho Farm
er, with fuller employment and better wages to
the Laborer. The progress of Mining, Iron-Making,
Steel-Making, Cloth-Weaving, fcc, in our
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E D. A; I RT I K S'
C O L U M N.
Irvin's Corner Store,
N E W- S TO C K O F
' S T A P L E
of overy description,
' Just received at Irvin's Corner Store,
decl9 Ccrwessville, Pa.
JAFT ROPE, OF ALL SIZES,
For sale low at retail,
And by the coil, at a small advance on cost,
At Irvin's Corner Store.
N E W ASSORTMENT OF
Selling low at ''Irvin's Corner Store.
NEW LOT OF G O O D
For sale very low, at Irvin's Corner Store.
JJEANS AND DRIED APPLES,
A quantity at the Corner Store.
Toadies will find at the Corner Store a
complete assortment of Dress Goods of all
descriptions, such as Tartan Plaids, varions
styles; Persian Twills, Printed Cashmeres,
All Wool and Printed Delaines (in variety,)
Plain (all wool) Delaines and Merinos, all col
ors, Debege, Coburgs, &c, in variety.
Qn hand a large stock of Mens' and Boys'
Clothing, of all descriptions. Seal-skin, Bea
ver and Cass overcoats. - Gents' Shawls. Fine
Dress cloth and Cassimero business Coats,
Pants, and Vests; over-shirts, over-alls, un
der clothing, &c, &c, a complete stock.
A large lot of School Books, embracing all
the standard works used in our public schools,
for sale at the 'corner store.' Directors and
Teachers will find both books and prices to
suit them. Call and examine them.
riroceries, a large stock on hand, (selling
low,) by the quantity or retail, call and see
them, and satisfy yourselves. -
n ents' dress Ilats, and staple Hats and Caps
of all kinds. Boots and Shoes of all descrip
tions selling now lower than ever.
Jgonnets of all descriptions and the
newest styles, at Irvin's Corner Store.
Reversible, Waterloo, Broche, Plaid, and
other Shawls, a complete assortment.
Toadies' Gloves, Gauntlets, Nubias, and
new style Wool Hoods, in great variety.
Qloths, Doeskin Cassimcres, Fancy Cassi
mcrcs and Vestings, in great variety.
guffalo Robes of all sizes and prices, and
Sleigh-bells, Whips, &c, at the corner.
JJOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS, Sad
dlery, Sole and Upper Leather, at the corner.
jTE W WORLD and Noble Cook-Stoves, and
Nino plate Stoves for sale, very cheap.
QRINDSTONES of the best quality, and fix
tuies, for sale at the "corner store."
glGnT-DAr and 21-hour Clocks, of all si
zes, styles, and prices, at tho corner store.
-jANILLA ROPES, of all sizes, Single and
Double Pnlley blocks, for sale at the corner.
QUM COATS, 'f'ants and Boots, a large as
sortment, for sale at Irvin's corner store.
gROAD AXES, a variety, Mann's and Love
land's chopping and rafting axes, at the corner
j"AILS, Glass, Paints, Oils, &c, &c, for sale
very low by the quantity or at retail.
QUSTOMERS are invited to call and exam
ine our goods,' as we are satisfied that an ex
amination of goods ' and prices will induce
persons to buy. E. A. IRVIN-
Curwensville, Ta., October 17, I860.
-bLASTERING.-The subscriber '-b;ilo
JL ., cated himselt mine jutusu ..v.v..--.-,
would inform the publicthat he is prepare i
work in the above line, from plain to orname?t.a'
of any description, in a workmanlike style. Also
whitewashing and repairing done in a neat man
ner. una on reasonaoic wima.
April 7. 1858. . , EDWIN COOPER.
TO TIIE TRAVELING PUBLIC. The
undersigned having taken the Luthersburg
Hotel, situate in the towa of Luthersburg, Clear
field county, respectfully solicits a share of pat
ronage. The house has been re-fitted and newly
furnished, and no pains or expense will be spared
to render guests comfortable. Charges moderate.
may23 WILLIAM REED.
BOGGS TP. FARMS FOR SALE. One
containing 124 acres 85 cleared and under
good fence. A log house 22 by 26, plank house 16
by 18. log barn, smithy and all necessary out-buildings
thereon. Large springand spring-house con
venient to house. The land is well watered and
has sufficient wood and fencing timber. There is
an orchard of large grafted trees, and a young or
chard on place, all choice fruit. It is convenient
for pasturing droves. ALSO, one containing 99 a
cres 10 cleared and under fence balance well
timbered. This land has a log house and stable
thereon. For terms apply to
October 13. L. J. CRANS, Clearfiold.
A M. HILLS, DENTIST. Proper attention to
to tbe teeth in
proper time, will be a
great asssstance to ev
ery one, in point of
health, camfort, and
Dr.Hills can always
be found at his office,
on the corner of Front
and Main sts. when no
notice to the contrary appears in the papers. All
operations in the line of his profession performed
in the latest and most approved styles, and guar
anteed for one year against all natural failures.
Clearfield, Pa., October 10th, I860.
UNITED STATES HOTEL, Philipsburg,
Centre county, Pa. The undersigned would
respectfully inform the traveling public that he
has recently purchased the above named Hotel,
which he has remodeled and furnished with new
beds, Ac, and is now prepared to accommodate all
customers ia the best manner possible. His bouse
is pleasantly located, and therefore a desirable
stopping place. His table will at all timOS be sup-
Elied with the best in the market, and his bar will
e filled with the best liquors in this section of
country. He would especially invite his Clear
field county friends to give him a call as they
pass along, being fully persuaded that he can ren
der satisfaction to all who may favor him with
their custom. . THUS. ROBINS.
Philipsburg, May 9th, 1860.
JMPtfR TA X T ANNO UNCE MEN T t
A Fact Worth Knowing!
The undersigned informs his old friends and the
public generally that he has j list received and o
pened, at his old stand in Bradford township, a
NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
consisting of Dry Goods, Hardware, Quoensware
Groceries, and all other articles usually kept in a
country store, which he will dispose of at as low
rates as they can be purchased in the county, and"
of as good quality, if not better. He respectfully
solicits all to give him a call and examine his
stock before purchasing elsewhere, and he feels
certain that they will buy from him.
jyll MATTHEW FORCEE.
f A DIES ONE PRICE FANCY FUR
J-J M ! JUliiN I A
REIRA, No. 718 Arch Street,
between 7th A 8th Streets,
Philadelphia, (late of 813
Market street.) Importer,
Manufacturer of, and Deal
er in all kinds of FANCY
FURS. Having removed -to
m v New Store. 718 Arch
St., and. being now engaged
entirelv in the Manufac
ture and sale of Fancy Furs
which. in accordance with
the "One Price Princinle''
I have marked at the LOw-gg5s
EST POSSIBLE PRICES COH- E;
sistent with rnasnnnhle "
profit, I would solicit a visit from those in want
of Furs for either Ladies' or Childrens' wear,
and an inspection of my selection of those goods,
satisfied, as I am, of my ability to please in every
desired essential. ElTPcrsons at a distance, who
may find itineonvenient to calt personally, need
only name the article, they wish, together with
the price, and instructions for sending, and for
ward the order to my address money accompany
ing to insuro a satisfactory compliance with their
wishes. Philadelphia, Aug. 22, 18(0-5m.
JUST RECEIVED AT NAUGLE'S
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE,
Graham's Row, Clearfield. Pa., a fine assortment of
WATCHES JEWELRY, &c, to., to which we in
Gold and Silver hunting and open faced watch
es, to be had at NAUGLE'S.
The American Lever of different qualities, can
be had at NAUGLE'S.
Fine setts of Jewelry, such as Cameo, Coral, La
va, Jett, Carbuncle, Garnett, Opal, Florentine Mo
saio, Gold Stone Mosaic, Porcelain paintings. 4c,
or single pieces at NAUGLE'S.
Plain gold Breast pins, Eardrops, Hoop Ear rings,
children's eardropsand rings at NAUGLE'S.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at NAUGLE'S.
Gents breastpins, sleeve buttons, shirt studs, fob
buckles and guard slides at NAUGLE'S.
A fine assortment of gold finger rings of differ
ont styles and quality, gold lockets, coral neckla
ces, silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards, and
all articles in his line, on hand at NAUGLE'S.
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancy and
common Clocks, and Fancy Time-pieces, from 1,25
to 15 dollars at NAUGLE'S.
Old Gold and Silver will bo taken in exchange
for goods at NAUGLE'S.
All goods warranted as represented, or the mo
ney refunded, at , NAUGLE'S.
If you wish your watches put in good repair
and warranted, take them to NAUGLE'S.
FIRM, NEW GOODS, AND NEW
PRICES, IN CLEARFIELD.
The undersigned, desire to inform the citizens of
Clearfield and surrounding vicinity, that they
have recently purchased in the Eastern cities a
large and well selected stock of seasonable Goods,
which they have'opened in the well-known Room
on Market street, Clearfield, (formerly occupied by
Wm. F. Irwin.) Their stock consists ot a general
assortment of the very best Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HARD-WARE.
CUTLERY, QUEENS-WARE, CEDAR A WILLOW
WARE, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS AND
BONNETS, DRUGS, PAINTS, AC, AC.
Their stook of Dry Goods consists in part of such as
Cloths. Cassimeres, Satinets, Tweed s, Vesti?igs,
Muslins, Ttciitig;Cueis. Calicoes. Chintzes,
Ginghams, Canton and Wool Flannels, D
Lcnnes, Cashmeres, Sills, Plaids, Shawls,
Brilliants, Hosiery, Gloves, etc.. etc.
Also, a great variety of Ladies' Boots and Gaiters,
Misses and Childrens Shoes ; Mens', Boys', and
Youths' Boots, Shoes, Hata and Caps, with a large
selection of useful notions, among which are
- Perfumery, Cloth and Hair Brushes, Fancy '
Soaps, Pens and Pen-holders, Combs, fye,
together with many other useful notions, all o
which will be sold low for Cash, or in exchange
for approved country produce. As their stock is
entirely new, and purohased on the most advanta
geous terms, they feel confident that they oan sell
goods to the advantage of the buyer. Step in
and examine for yourselves, before purchasing
elsewhere. Remember the new store is the place
Feb. 22, 1860. GRAHAM, BOYJfTON i CO.
PBOrESSIONAL & BUSINESS CAEDS.
TvR. B. F. Arn v ii IT
U ty, Penn'' """n "earfieId coCo.
' ' : April 1.
DO CROUCH, Pars,,, Curwe.eTT
. field county, Penn'a. CI,.
' May U
DR. H. R. BRYANT, LutirsbuTgTrT"
his professional services to tb.t..k7;: , nd
i.nt u .f""cin -,
"""vlUfg. October 13, i$i9
TJ. CRANS, Attorne
1. Acent. ClnarfioM
residence, on Second strc
, ra. Office adjoining t
TTTILLIAM A. WALLACE. Au r77r-
V Clearfield. P ne?... ' 1 1 ""v i L
Post Office, on Second street: r n"h
"n obert j. Wallace a t rrr-
XV District Attorney,) Clearfield, Pa (7i (Bi
Shaw's new row, Market street. M
WALTER BARRETT, Attorney at LT7T
field, Pa. Office the same that was fJrm V
occupied by Hon. G. R Barrett. cp 1
H BUCIIER SWOOPE, Attorney at LaVrT"
field, Pa. Ofi-ct inGrahans Kow oarf
east of the 'Raftsman's Journal' office. Nor jo
TjlRANK SHORT, Boot and Shoc-makeTr
X on Second street, (nearly opposite rVh .
Weaver's Store,) Clearfield, Pa. V May
MA.FRAJlT' f U8tice of the Peac, JIarkMT
. Clearfield, Pa. Business entrusted I v
care will receive prompt attention. Colleein."
made and money remitted Apr.rij
WILLIA M P. IR W IN, Market 8tre"eTij:
Pa., Dealer in Foreign and Domestic M
chandfce, Hardware, Queensware, Grocerief m
family articles generally. j;ov j"
JOHN GUELICII. Manufacturer of alfkTndTT;
Ca-bfnet-ware, Market street, Clearfieid I.
He also makes to order Coffins, on short notice' and
attends funerals with a hearse. Aprl0,'ij
R. WM. CAMPBELL, offers his profei
services to the citizens of Morris and adjoin
ing townships. Residence with J. D. Dennin i
Kylertown, Clearfield county. May 1 1,
F. NAUGLE, Watch and Clock Maker and
. dealer in Watches, Jewelry. Ac. Room u
Shaw s new row, Market street, oppositethe Raft,
man's Journal office, Clearfield, Pa. Nor. 10
B M'ENALLY, Attorney at Law. clrfi
. Pa. Practices in Clearfield and adjoining
counties. Office in new brick addition. adjoiivD
the residence of James B. Graham. Nov. 10
BLACKSMITHING.-Shunkweiler k Orr, thank
ful for past favors, would respectfully wlicitt
continuance of a share of public patronage in their
line of business. Shop on Third st. Nov. lo.
ICIIARD MOSSOP, Dealer in Foreign and 1.
mestio Dry Goods, Groceries, Flour, Lacon
Liquors, Ac. Room, on Market strtet, a fewdoei
west of Journal Office, Clearfield, Pa. Apr.T.
LARRIMER A TEST, Attorneys at Law. Clear
field. Pa. Will attend promptly to all legal
and other business entrusted to their care in Clr
field and adjoining counties. August 6. 1S;6.
JAS. H. LARRIMER. ISRAEL TKST.
THOMAS J. A WILLIAM M. M CULLOIGH,
Attorneys at Law, Clearfield. Pa. Office en
Market street, directly opposite Richard Motsopi
store. Deeds and other legal instruments prepar
ed with promptness and accuracy. Feb. 13.
JOHN RUSSEL A CO.. Tanners and Currien,
Pennville, Clearfield Co , Pa. Keepconstantlr
on hand an excellent assortment of leather, which
they offer for sale at the lowest cash prices. HiJ
of all kinds taken in exchange. Julyl5-54.
JOHN HUIDEKOPER, Civil Engineer and Land
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 tbe banking home of
Leonard, Finney A Co. Sept. 2i, 18i9.
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 K. Barrett, where' he can
be found unless absent on professional businesi.
ENTAL CARD. A. M. SMITH, offers his pro
fessional services to tbe Ladies and Gentlemen
of Clearfield and vicinity. Alloperation?'.'pTi the
teeth executed with neatness and despatch.' :'.wnj
familiar with all the late iniproveinerts he is pre
pared to make artificial teeth in the best manner .
Office in Shaw's New. Row, Clearfield. Sep. 15.
JJANKING AND COLLECTION OFFICE
LEONARD, FINNEY & CO.,
CLEARFIELD, CLEARFIELD COUNTY, PA.
Bills of Exchange. Notes and Drafts Discounted.
Deposits received. Collections made, and proceed
promptly remitted. Exchange on the Cities con
stantly on hand. Office, on Second street, in th
roo B lately occupied by W. A. Wallace, Esd.
jamk9 t. l.ko!ard. d. a. rissiv. -
wm a. Wallace. '. ::::::::: a. c. fismet.
THE UNION RIGHT SIDE UP Sirfee
the subscribers have started the Chair-making
business at their residence in Lawrence tp ,
I mile from Philip Antes' saw-mill on the weft fide
of the river, where they keep constantly on hand-
All descriptions of Chairs. Setter. Hoston
ROCKING CHAIRS. RUSH BOTTOMS A SPRING
Seat Chairs, from, the common W'inHxor tip'
to the very latest style of Parlor Chairs.
Tbe subscribers having an elegant water-powej
by which they do their Boring, Sawing. Tornitg,
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, 1860. WM. M CULLOUGH A SON.
STIRRING TIMES IN PHILADEL
PHIA ! Tremendous Eicttemeut among th
Masses '.:! EXCITING FOOT RACE fticeeu tin
Philadelphia Police and a notorious Forger and
counterfeiter, James Buchanan Cross !!!!.' Cross
Recaptured !! !!! It seems to be the general opin
ion in Clearfield, that if Cross had worn a pair"f
Frank Short's French-calf Boots, that he wou'd
not be taken yet. However, Shorty is not much
put out at missing his custom ; but would an
nounce to all Breckinridge, Douglas, Lineoli and
Bell men, and women and children in Clearfield,
and Slnnemahoning in particular, that he is pre
pared to furnish them with Boots, Shoes and Gai
ters ot any style or pattern, stiched, ?owed or peg
ged, (and as he is a short fellow) on short notice.
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange,
and cash not refused. Repairing done in the neat
est manner and charges moderate, at tbe hort
Shoe Shop on Second Street, opposite Reed. Wei
vor A Co s store. ' FRANK SHOUT.
N. B. Findings for sale. Aug. 29, ISM-
N HIS OWN IIOOK'TOHN GUELICH
CABINET MAKER. Th mi Wribcr wiibet
to inform his old friends and customers, that"
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 hanq, and is prepared to manufacture
to order, every description of Cabinet-WareMhit
may be wanted in this section of country; coB"
sistlng of Sofas, Lounges, Mahogony and Conn
Bureaus, Writing and Wash Stands; Centre. li
Ing and Breakfast Tables: Mahogany and Com
Won Bedsteads ; Sewing Stands, Ac, Ac. H wU
also repair furniture and chairs, in good sty1
cheap for cash. House Painting done on short no
tice. and easy terms. Now is the time to buy a
reasonable prices, as I intend to sell every thing
in my line of business at the cheapest cash rat
Walk in and examine the articles on hand, s""
judge for yourselves, of the quality and finish.
Country produoe received in payment.
April 13, 1859 JOHN GUELICH-
N. B Coffins made to order on short notice, nc
funerals attended with a neat hearse, and appro
priate aooompanyments. when desired. -
YOUNG LADIES WANTED, to
amine and reduce the large stock or i
Goods, just received at M0evi