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TEE JOUENAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 27, 1858. . A FIXE CHANCE! The approaching XoremherOourt will afford good opportunity to persons in different parts ('f the county to transact business in this place. Those "'ho are not culled here themselves, can doubtless get their neighbors to attend to little matters that should not be put off. We bare been for tho last year very lenient with our patrons ; but, as we are in need ol money, we fscl ourselves compelled to call upou those in arrears to give us some "material aid and com fort" at this time. We trust, therefore, that they will respond to our request liberally du ring the November Courts. The Sitrra Citizen, printed at Downleville, California, under date of September 18th, con tains the following paragraph : 'Accident On Thursday last, Mr. Hender son, loriuerly or Pennsylvania, while at work on the Middle Fork ol the Yuba, was caught In the windlass of a water-wheel derrick, and lad his leg brokcn,and was otherwise injured." The person named alove is Mr. II. L. Hen derson, who left Clearfield some mouths ago, ud is well known to many of our citizens. W are sorry to hear of the accident that has I fallen him. Ntw Firm a.nd New Goods. Mr. C. Krat aer and Sons have entered into partnership in the Mercantile Business in this place, and fcave received a large and varied stock of Seasonable Goods, which they offer to the pub lic at the lowest cash prices, as will be aeen ly an advertisement in another column ot this paper, to which we direct special attention. Seasonable Goods. IVm. F. Irwin has re ceived and opened his usual variety of Fall & Winter Goods, at his store hi Clearfield, to which ho invites the attention of purchasers. His btoc'n. was selected with a special view to the wants ol this community, and will be sold at prices to suit the times. His advertise inen will bu found in another column. Tub JIt. Viuno.v H-jtkl, Xos. 117 and 119 Second street above Arch, is one of the best kept public houses iu Philadelphia, since it iia passed into the hands of Mr. A. M. Hop kins, and will doubtless be well patronized by K former customers who reside in Clearfield cunty. A Bkab Treed nr a Horse. Bears aro more numerous this season than for several vears iu the central counties of the State, and adven tures with thvni are quite common. Mr. D. Cross, f Fairfield, who recently visited Eaton .tounty, related to us an atl.iir which occurred .Jour miles east of Eaton liapids, which pre sents an example of maternal care by a mare for her eoit that is rarely exhibited by the taorke kind, if it was not a hair breath adven ture. A mare with a colt by her aide, was feuding in a pasture, when she was approached by three bears an old oue and two cubs near Jy full growu. Alarmed for I ho safety of her -;olt the mare forgot the usual fear of the horse for these ajiiaiala, and attacked them with such vigor that they were forced to retreat. They were pursued so closely that one of them was compelled to seek safety, and remain in a tree tintil the owner of the mare, who had watched the whole proceeding, went to his House for .a yua. returned and shot it. Adi lan, (Af.c.'ii gJii) Waich Tower. A correspondent of the Springfield Repub lican sys that a natural d mgliter of Aaron Burr, and his residuary legatee, comes curi vnsly into possession of quite a fortune, in this way : Burr held a lease from Trinity church of the Richmond Hill property, three r lour hundred lots in the centre of New York, for Co years. lie released the laud for f,3 years to Astur and others, and Iheir lease spires in 1S00. The lease for three years then belongs to Burr's daughter, and the claim is indisputable, and the value of the lease very yrant. Already neveral of the lessees have compromised the claim for from $1500 to $-'-"j0 per lot. Thfi Hon. J. Clancy Jones, the best-whipped wan in 'he country, has accepted the appoint ment of Minister to Austria, which the pres ident ol!ored him in such hot haste after the news from Pennsylvania reached tho White House. The Union of the 21st rcr.iatks that th appointment was "eminently fit to be made." We are glad to know what the Ad ministration deems official fitness. What ma jority against a Lecompton Democrat would entitle him to the Ministry to England ? What to the Ministry to France 1 Let us have the official scale, Mr. Buchanan. Let us have it before lh November elections. A Narrow Escape. Mr. Paul Grabhit pos sesses a philosophical turn ol mind which ena bles hint to extract consolation from the most depressing circumstances. Upon rending the election returns from Pennsylvania we hard ly need inform our readers that he is ono of the stiffest-backed democrats in this region of stiff-backed democracy ho exclaimed, 'Ju das, didn't our folks narrowly escape a severe .drubbing in the old Keystone state," and then lie added, saying as a sort of mental reserva tion, "Aos who stayed away from tht yells, I tnean." Gloucester Telegraph. Some idea of tho cost of the Utah expedi tion may be gained from this fact : Corn at Fort Laramie to feed the cavalry horses costs tlx dollars a bushel. The ague rages so in some parts of Iowa that the people are obliged to sleep with corn cobs in their mouths to keep thew from shak ing their teeth out. MARRIED: On the 21st Oct., by Kev. Chas. Cleaver, Mr. Henbt McGhee, of Bell Tp., to Miss Ar.sKs Ann Rose, of Burnsido township. On the 21st Oct., by Mr. Piter Zixmsr- man, of Bell Tp., to Miss Axsk Robabaigu, .of Burnside township. On the 21st inst., by Wm. M'Kec, Esq., Mr. Hexst Scih cart to Miss Elizabetii St-opr, allot Knox township, Clearfield County. On the morning of the 23d inst.. by Isaac Iemon, Esq., Mr. Wji. Jokdas to Miss Han.na Wis, all of Lumber city. We don't know whether "lemons rolled In and got a squeeze" or not ; but tho lady must undoubtedly have a H'inn-ing way about her to anceeed so well, and we trust she may find that, after all, "Jordan" ,is not a hard road to travel." DIED: In Ferguson fowiiship, on tfie 21t Oct., of -typhoid fever, Eli H. Moore, on of Mr 2 wph Moore, r. the 24th yecr cT fcl a CLIPPINGS AND SCR! 3ELINGS. . tjTln demand good, fresh eggs. L-CRan o-p-h smart Robert's ground-hog. LRather scarce good article of chestnuts. E5"0nhand aheavy frost, on Tuesday morning. idGrowiug fine the fall crops, in the vicinity of town. EFxeeedingly pleasant the weather, for sev eral days past. ' ty Created quite an excitement Parson Wea ver's coon, ou Monday last. ISctill waiting we are fur those turkeys we had the promise of. Bring 'cm along, friend". Progressing tho good work of improving our streets. That's right, gentlemen, go ahead ! t37PuDch says, '-the comet rejoices in a tail, which strangely enough, has been denied to the dog star." I!An editor, who was very short of traveling funds, sat upon a saw-horse for an imaginary jour ney in the country, and wrote letters home fur his paper. . tTCTbe Democrats of Indiana have succeded in electing English, hut they are liable to indictment by the Grand Jury for passing a notoriously bad "Bill." Wl biee inches of snow fell in the neighbor hood of llornellsville, N. Y , on Thursday night a week. Snow fell along the Erie Railroad as far east as Great Bend. t.WIn successful operation over the left the Atlantic Telegraph cable. Wonder if Boyle has proclaimed the moro recent "great democratic a chievement," in Pennsylvania. A bear, weighing over two hundred pounds, was recently killed by two or three hunteson the mountain above Dauphin, Pa. These animals are said to be quite numerous this season. Cyiood whistler the imp-udcnt chap at our right hand. We saw him try it Truly, was it said, "Music bath charms to soothe a savage, Bend a rock and split a oabbagc." Ltf 'The Gospel in Chinese. The new Testament is about to be published in the Court dialect of China, in one octavo volume of about one hundred and fifty leaves, at a cost of from twelve to fifteen cents a copy. t""James Bonn, aged SS years, no inmate of the Poor House at Kingston. Lenoir co.. N. C. with his family, consisting of a wife and three children, it is said, has inherited a handsome estate amount ing to SI 50,000. I"s7"A man was found, a short time since, lying within ten rods of the Joliet and Chicago Railroad near Chicago, where he had lain for teu days, suf fering from typhoid fever ! He had knawed the Ceah ofT from both his hands ! MrThe remaining Indians in Florida, it ap pears have determined to become citiiens. Fifteen of them visited Mintui. Fla., on tho 1st, and an nounced their intention to live in peace, aud be governed and protected by the laws. F"Charles Chance, formerly of Rochester. X. V . hilt ffir th last twn vur n irntst- ,.r (Kn j Franklin County Infirmary, at Columbus, has be come possessed ol a legacy of nearly one hundred thousand dollars. Charles is. undoubtedly, a firm believer in c-iairr. rP"The Washington Union exultingly calls at tention to the fact that when the comet turned tail upon us and took a Southern course, it was. to the eyes of the people of the North, diminished in brilliancy and beauty. Must even comets be drag ged into this sectional warfare? Wil. Frost, the editor of the Town Talk, a flash paper published at Cincinnati, was unmerci fully eo hided by a Mrs. Lyons, a short time ago, for impugning her character in his paper Flash editors should remember that lions are dangerous hanimals." especially when town talk is only pro tected by frost. rSchuyler Colfax, of the Ninth Ind ana Dis trict, made one hundred and oue speeches before his constituents during the late canvass. Tho De mocracy boasted that they would beat him. but he is re-elected by a triumphant and increased ma jority. InltS he was elected by 10'J6 majority. Now his majority is 1!):0 ffVii! the President Resign ? Judge Porter, of Pennsylvania, has resigned his scat upon the Bench of the Supreme Court, because his party has been defeated in the State. As the Judge is a bosom friend of the President, his conduct has raised the question in political circles, whether tho President will resign also. OThe Cincinnati tlazette states that not less than SloO.OUO in bets have changed hands in that city in consequence of the late oluctions. Several persons haTe been nearly made bankrupt by the loss of the money they have staked. Of the hats, coats, lager, oysters, etc., which have been won and lost, the number is euoruious. IT'Cauie to hand a fine cake, that was intend ed to accompany the notice of the marriage of our friend John M'Gaughey to Miss Caroline Wrig loy. The cuke was au excellent one. and a all hands did ainplo justice to it. so they all join in tendering our grateful acknowledgments, and winning the happy couple a plrasant and prosper ous voyage down the stream of life. So mote it be A Touching Poem : CANTO CANTO ir. Tho wind bleu hi. The hitlers tost, AM hands were lost, And ho was oue, A spritfhtlv lad, NUn 21. Poor Jonathan Snow A way d id go All on the ragio mane With other males All fur to ketch wales, fc ncrc com back agin. lr Rochester. X. V , - still lives'' and preserves its reputation. Saturday nijfht it wife was killed by her husband and paramour. Sunday, P. M., a man was nearly killed in a barn, by a man sccre tod there. Monday evening tho body of a man was found in a mill raco. and it is believed was robbed aud murdered. The trial of Manley Locke, for murder, is now going forward. Horrible ! UPTorty-two of the passengers of tho Austria burned at sea September 13th, have just arrived in this country in the British steam frigate Valorous, from iayal. Six of them were women. One had been severely burned, and all more or less injured by the fire. Mrs. Betty Frdwurm was on her way to Charleston, South Carolina, with four childreu, to meet her husband. She lost all her children. !"srOff with their Heads: Orders have gone from Washington to bring to the block every fed eral office-holder tainted with the Douglas heresy, t hat is the latest report from the Palace. Thir teen decapitations are already announced, and Jack Ivetcii is making ready for others ! Sinco tho humiliating defeat of the Administration in Pennsylvania, Ohio. Ac., rcvougc" appoars to bo the watchword at Washington. ATT LS TION It F(i r LA US You are here by notified to meet at the Aruiorv on Sat urday November 6th, 1S68. at 1 o'clock, i. M., for the transaction of the business of the company. The members are requested to return all cartridge boxes, belts, and all accoutrements, immediately, to the armory. By order of the Captain. Oct. 20. ISoS. G. W. RHEEM. 1st Serg' t. LICENSE NOTICE. The following named person has filed in the Office of the Clerk ef the Court of Quarter Sessions of Clearfield Counfv, his Petition for License at the NOVEMBER Session next, agreeably to Act of Assembly of March 2i, 1856, entitled "An Act to regulate the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors." tc. W. W. Anderson, ot Pennville, Penn township, to keep a tavern. Oct2i)-'08 GEO. WALTERS, Clerk. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of 3 Fieri i'acias issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Clearfield county, and to me directed there will be exposed to public sale, at the Court House in the borough of Clearfield, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, IS3S, the following described real estate, to wit: Lot No. in tho Borough of Cloarfleld, upon the South East corner of 2ml and streets, be ing CO feet front on 2d street and extending 200 feet in depth to an alley, with a 1J story frame house, large barn, Ac thereon. Also an out-lot in Lawrence township, beginning at stone in pub lie road, corner of Wm. Merrell's land, thence by same S 13. W 6fi perches to post, thence by Leavy's land S 43. E 34 perches to white pine, thence by Wtn.L. Moore's N 13, E 68 perches to stone on publio road, thence along said road N 61, W 2fi perches to beginning, containing eleven acres and 100 porches strict measure, being same premises bought from II. Shaw. Seized, taken in execut.on S71rCl-l Oct , ISf S DUVALL'S GALVANIC OIL. Profrsxor II. Dm Vail, after twenty-five years'Iabor in experimenting upon tbe whole cat alogue of medicines, has discovered ELECTRI CITY in a positive form, and that agent is put forth to the world in-his (rALVAIVTO OIT,. and , i now the only medical preparation that will pos j itively cure all Sore and Painful Disease - This Oil is rendered electrically positive, and acts on the system by imparting to it electricity in the Galvanic form. It is expressly recommended for all sore and painful diseases, as the following: Neuralgia in all its forms, gives relief in a few minutes. Pain in the Bad, Breast or Side, lihen matitm. and all painful disease of the Stomach and Bowels. In short it will relieve pain wherev er located All tbat is asked, is. try the Galvanio Oil for the cure of any disease of the abo-e class. J. 1). S-TONEKOAD, Lewistown, Pa., Proprietor, to whom all orders must be addressed. For sale by Moore & Ettweiler. and Reed It Weaver, Bowman 4 Perks. J. B. Graham. E. Wil liams, C. Kratzer, Irwin & Son, A. B Sbaw, James Forrest, A. Montgomery, Wright fc Hagerty, and by country merchants generally. Lewistown. August 25, 1858-y. REGISTER'S NOTICE. Notice is here by given, that the following accounts have been examined and passed by me, and remain filJ of record in this office for the inspection of heirs, legatees, creditors, and all others in any other way interested, and will be presented to the next Or phans' Court of Clearfield County, to be held at the Court House in tho Borough of Clearfield, commencing on the third Monday of NOVEMBER, 1853. for confirmation and allowance: The testamentary account of Lewis Erhard and George Erhard, Administrators of Christian Er hsrd, deceased, who was Executor of David Er hard. late of Knox townshsp, dee d. The final account of Uoswell Luther, Adminis trator of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits ot James W. Dunlap, late of Brady township, deceased. The Administration account of Maria Ililburn aud Matilda Magee, Administratrixes of the Es tate of Mary Magee, late of tho Borough of Clear field, deceased The final Administration account of George W. Rhcem and Lydia Rheetn. Adm'r, and Adm'rx.of the estate of George W. Rhecm, sen'r., late of the Borough of Clearfield, deceased. JAMES W RIG LEY, Clearfield, Pa.. Oct. 13, 1858. Register. COURT PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the Honorable JAMES BURXSIDE, Esquire. President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the twenty-fifth Judicial District, composed of the counties of Clearfield. Centre and Clinton and the Honorable William L. Moore and Benjamin lion sal I, Associate Judges of Clearfield county, have issued their precept, to me directed, for the hold ing of a Court of Common Pleas, Orphan's Court, Court of Quarter Sessions. Court of Oyer & Termi ner. aud Court of General Jail Delivery, at Cloar fleld. in and for Clearfield Co.. on the Third Mon day, the 15th day of NOVEMBER next. NOTICE IS. therefore, hereby given, to the Cor oner. Justices of the Peace, and Constables, in and for said county of Cloarfield. to appear in their own proper persons with their Rolls. Records. Inquisi tions, Examinations, and other Remembrances, to do tho!o things which to their offices, and in their .behalf, pertain to be done, and Jurors and Witnes ses are requested to be then and there attending, and not to depart without leave, at their peril. GIVEN under my hand at Clearfield, this 13th day of .Oct. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight, and the eighty first year of American Independence. JOSIAH R. REED. Sheriff. rilAKE NOTICE ! TAVERN KEEPERS JL and the public, that Gross b Kunkel, whole sale Grocers. . Canal Street Wharf, Harrisburg have ou hand a large lot of Liquors at reduced prices, by the barrel or otherwise, to suit pur- uniiers. vuuaisuug ui i'jq loiiowing . Pure lirandies. New England Rum, Lisbon Wine. Pure Holland Gin, Rectified Pitts.Whiskey Port Wine. Maderia Wine, Pure Holland Gin, Domestic Gin. Old Rye Whiskey, Domestic Brandies, Monongahela Whiskey Blackberry Brandy, Peach Brandy. Lavender Brandy, Cherry Brandy, Scotch Whiskey, Aud other Liquors Gesler s Pure Chamnagne. Ac. Ac Ae ryOrdors promptly attended to. GROSS A KUNKEL, Wholesale Grocers. Canal Street Wharf, between Walnut and State Streets. Harrisburg. Pa. MarlO-'iS-ly. CLOVER Ill'LLERS The subscribers take this method of informing the Farmers of Clearfield county, tbat they manufacture at their shop in Mill lleim. Centre county, Pa., the cele brated lluHjtrke.r' Improved Premium, Clover JIuller. These Hullers can be attached to any power for either 2 or 4 horses, or water power in mills; are warranted to work well, and with good seed will clean from 25 to 30 busheU perday. Any person wishing to see one of these machines, and learn more particularly of its eperation. will please call with Mr Win. A. Reed, farmer, 3 miles east of Curwensville, who purchased and had one in use last season. Machines wilt be delivered at Curwensville. if desired. For further particulars inquire of Wm. A. Reed, Clearfield P. O., or tho subscribers. S. A S. HAUPT. Mill lleim. Centre co.. Pa , Sept. 15, lS58-3ra. N. B. All orders promptly attended to. VLL WANTING TO EMIGRATE to a mild climate, good soil, and fine market, see ad vertisement of liamuionton Lands. ALL WANTING to emigrate to a mild climate, good soil, and fine market, see advertisement of liamuionton Lands. Sept 8, 1858. ALL WANTING to emigrate to a mild climate, good soil, and fine market, sec advertisement of liamuionton Lands. Sept. 8, 1858. ALL WANTING to emigrate to a mild climate, good soil, and fino market, see advertisement of llnmraonton Lands. Sept. 8, 1858. ALL WANTING to emigrate to a mild climate, good soil, and fine market, sec advertisement of llammouton Lands. Sept. 8, 1858. ALL WANTING to emigrate to a mild climate, good soil, and fine market, see advertisement of Hammunton Lands. Sept.8-'53-;'.m TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser hav ing been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe Lung Affection, and that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of enro. To all who desire it he will send a copy of the prescription used (free of charge, with direc tions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure Cure for Consumption. Atthma, Bronchitis. Ac. The only object of tho advertiser in sending the prescription is to benefit the. afflict ed, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remo dy. as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blesing. Parties wishing the prescription will please address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Scpt.29,'58:3iii Willi.-irushurgh. Long Island. FIRST IN, FIRST SERVED. Eoots & Shoes always on Hand, of our own make.) JOSEPH GOON, thankful for past favors, and grateful for future prospects, de sires to inform the citizens of this vicinity and his old friends and patrons in particulur, that be has removed to the FIRST ROOM in the EAST END of Sit AllTS NEW ROW, the first door vest of the Mansion House, where he has on hand constantly, a large assortment of every variety in tho BOOT AND SHOE line. Custom work attend ed to with dispatch. The very best of stock will be used and no pains spared to make neat fits and durable work. All of which can be obtained of said .J. Goon, very low for the Roady Rhino. X'learfield, August 14, 1858. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The partnership heretofore existing be tween Dr. Lorain and Dr. Hartswick in the prac tice of medicine is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons having accounts with them will please call and settlo immediately, and if tbey can not pay give their notes. Their books will be left at their old office, where Dr. Hartswick can be found at all times, either to settla, or attend to profcosional business. HENRY LORAIN, Oct. 18, 1858-20.'t. J. G. HARTSWICK. A LARGE STOCK OF NEW GOODS, at the cor ner store. Curwensville, . October 6, 1858 WM. IRVIN. F LOUR, Oat. Rye, Ac., for sale at the cheap store of .JOHN FATWN, t urwensrwe. ATEST STYLE of Fall and Winter Bonrets. at the corner store of WM. IRVIN. 1 FREDERICK SCnMAEL, CLOCK AND 1 WATCH MAKER, Cherrv street (ono door east ot me .Methodist Lfcuren.J ciearneia. i repair Clocks. Watches, Ac, on short notice a reasonable terms. Sept. 29, 1858 aOAUTION. All nersos are hereby cautioned against pnrchaaing or meddling with One Dark Brown Horse. 4 years old, past, in the pos session of Thomas Dixon, of Boggs township, as tbe same belongs to me. JOHN Jd. Cll Ask.. Woodward, Sept. 8, 1S58 sept22 "OARBER AND HAIR DRESSER The JL undersigned takes this method to announce to tbe citizens of Clearncld and tbe 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 call, and hopes to receivo a liberal patronage. Oct. 6. 1858. JEREMIAH NORRIS ntORIOl'S NEWS ! NATIONAL EX JC 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 with tbe best the market ean afford, and his Bar with the choicest liquors. Bis stable will be under the care of attentive hostlers. DAVID SMITH. Curwensville, April 8, 1858. TNDIANA SEMINARY. JL FOR LADIES AM) GENTLEMEN. J. Willis Westlaee, A. B. j R. T. Cobswkll, 1 Principals. The first session of this Institution will commence on Monday, November 1st, 1858, and continue 22 weeks. N.B. Special attention will be given to tbe training of teachers, tor particulars, send for a circular. Address either of the Principals, Indiana, Indiana co., fa. Octo- 8-4tp. A MB RO TYPES FOR 50 CENTS! J . The undersigned would respectfully inform tho Ladies and Gentlemen of Clearfield and vicin ity, that he has fitted up rooms in tho new rote of Jndse Shate, opposite tbe "Raftsman s Journal otnee, wbcre be will remain lor a lew days only prepared to present pictures to all who may favor uuu wiin a can wmuu nui jlcccu iuc cApcciniiunB of the most fastidious. Photographs of every des cription taken when called for. Secure the shad ow ere tho substance fade. A.M.HALL. Clearfield. September 29. 1858. - TIBLES. The Bible Society of Clearfield Co., JL hereby gives notice tuat tbeir hooks, name ly, Bibles and Testaments, are deposited in the of fice of James Wrigley, Register and Recorder at Clearfield. The books are of various sizes and a- dapted to supply cither private individuals or Sun- uay schools at very cheap rates. cry substan tial bibles can be had as low as 25 cents apiece, and testaments as low as 6j cents apiece. The people of the county generally are also in vited to leave with Mr. Wrigley any donation they may be pleased to make in aid of the funds of the Society. Signed by order of the Executive Com mittee ALir.A.. SleLtMU, Fresideut. HALLOA! NEW WAGON MANUFACTORY The undersigned would respectfully an nounce to his friends and tbe public generally that ho has opened out a new Wagon-Making Es tablishment iu 4iNew Salem City," Brady town ship, where he will at all times be prepared to nianuiiicture, on tbe shortest notice, all kinds ot Wagons. Carts, Wheelbarrows Ac. The best ma terial that can be procured will be used, and his work will be made in the most substantial and du rable manner, such as will bear the test of strict examination. By a closo observance of his busi ness engagements, and by disposing of his work on the most reasonable terms, which he will do for either cash or approved country produce, he hopes to merit and receive a liberal share ol pub lie custom BENJ. RISHEL. New Salem City. Jan. 16, 1856. fiLEARFIELD BOOT AND SHOE KJ MANUFACTORY. A WORD TO ALL. The subscriber takes this method of informing the citizens of Clearfield and vicinity, that ho has LOCATED himself on MAIN STREET op posite the J ail, ana is now prepared to wait upon and render general satisfaction to all who may fa vor him with their patronage. He feels confident in saying that never before has there been offered to the public of this section, such inducement' as he oners. AH articles purchased at this establish ment will be warranted, and if proven not to be as represented, will bo made good without extra charge. His work cannot be surpassed, as he is determined to use only tbe very best materials in their manufacture. The "world and the rest of mankind" are requested to call and satisfy them selves of the fact, that his articles are of tbe best and most durable materials. GEORGE SHULTZ. Clearfield, March 17. 1853. FitUL llAiM.MUjN i? AKMr.lv, a newspaper JL devoted to Literature and Agriculture, also setting forth full accounts of the new settlement of llammouton. in New Jersey, can be subscribed for at only 25 cts per annum. Inclose postage stamps tor tbe amount. Address to tititor ot tho farmer, Hammonton, Atlar.tic county, New Jersey. Those wishing cheap land, of tho best, quality, in one of the healthiest and most deligbtlul climates in the Lmon, sec advertisement ot Hammonton Lands. Sept. 8.1 S58. Tub Hammontos Farmer, a newspaper devoted to Literature and Agriculture, also setting forth full accounts of the new settlement of Hammonton, in New Jersey, can be subscribed for at only 25 cents per annum. Inclose postage stamps for the amount. Address to Editor of the Farmer, Ham monton, Atlantic county, New Jersey. Those wishing cheap land, of tho best quality, in one of the healthiest and most delightful climates in the Union, see advertisement of Hammonton Lands. Sept. 3, lS58.-3m. VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. Tho valuable farm, of tho undersigned, former ly the property of John Antes, dee d, containing Seventy-five acres, Fifty of which arc cleared, is offered for sale upon reasonable terms. This farm is beautifully situated, two and a half miles from Clearfield boro', and one-fourth of a mile from the Pike leading from Clearfield to Curwensville. It has upon it a good house, a large spring-bouse with fresh water constantly flowing through it. It als, lias erected thereon, a good log stable, an out oven, aud other out-houses, necessary lor a coun try residence. There is upon said farm, a bank containing the best quality of bituminous coal. Also an orchard of choice fruit, consisting of ap ples, peaches pears, plums, Ac., and other requi sites for a good home, too numerous to meution. Now is your chance to purchase a home, for you and your children, that m your declining years, you may sit down by your own peaceful fire-side, and enjoy all the comforts of old age. Oct. 6. 1S58. WM. M. M CULLOUGn, Sr. THE "BROADWAY OMNIBUS," THE GREATEST PAPER OF THE AGE! A Uantlfulhf Illuttratcd Monthly sheet, aiul a Pa per that is a Paper, A budget of Wit, Humor, Facts, and Scenes drawn from life iIlere yoa are, right away, rihtaway, Broatlway, Broajlway, ri-,ht npy Only Fifty Cents jump in and take a ride. Once seated in our '"Omnibus," we will endeavor to both amuse and instruct you. and give you. in the course of the year, at least fifty cents worth of Fan and useful information. We will show you up Broadway, d.wn the old Bowery, through Chatham and the other principal streets, giving you ample time to seethe Elephant and get a good peep at the Peter Funks, Confidence Operators, Ac. We will show you the city by day light, by gas light, by moon light, by candle light, by star light, and will drive the '-Omnibus" to some parts of tho city whero there is no light ! We will endeavor to post you on all the tricks and traps of the great metropolis, and also amuse many an hour with interesting reading matter. 'Throw physic to the dogs." If you have tho Blues, the Dyspepsia, Gout, Rheumatism, or are unfortunately troubled with a scolding wife, we will guarantee to make you forget your troubles, langh almost against your will, and grow fat. Ev erybody should subscribe to tho Omnibus" at once. The "Broadway Omnibus" will mako its appearance on the first of each month, filled with amusement and instruction for all. Price. Fifty Cents a year in advance three oopics to one ad dress, One Dollar; the cheapest paper in the States! Who will get us two subscribers and receive one copy free? All communications should be ad dressed to CHAb. P. BRITTON, ; Editor "Broadway Omnibus." ept.-29,I$58-9t. 3PT Petri tmcst. y.T. RAIL ROAD HOUSE, CORNER OF Main and White Street. BROOK VI LLE. Pa. Feb2t. R. R. MEANS. Proprietor. DR. LITCTI'S PAIN Cl'RF.R. ANTI-BILIOUS REMEDY, and RESTORATIVE, for Colds. Coughs. Croup. Ac-., sold at Joseph Goon's Shoe Shop. Clearfield. Fa Oct 28. PLASTERINCJ. The subscriber having lo cated himself in the Boron gh of Clearfield, would inform the public that he is prepared to do work in the above line, from plain to ornamental of any description, in a workmanlike style. Also whitewashing and repairing dono in a neat man ner, and on rcarcnablo tcrni3. April 7,1858. EDWIN COOPER . COAL! COAL!! The Mibseriber respectful ly informs the citizens of the borough of Clear field and vicinity that ho has taken a lease ot Judge Moore s Coal Bank, adjoining the town where be will keep constantly on hand a full sup ply ot the article, either lump or mixed, rosin purchasers. Persons in town can besupnlied with it at their homes at six cents per bushel, or at the nana lower than ever A share of public patron nge is solicited. I'AllUUK .MLLVA.tl. Clearfield, Sept. 1, 1858. E XCELSIOR MARBLE YARD The undersigned hereby annoan-j27 ces to the citizens of Clearfield county. TL that he is still engaged, at his old stand J4EE&3 in TYRONE CITY, in erecting MONUMENTS and BOX TOMBS. Also Head and Foot Stones of the latest and most approved styles, and on the most reasonable terms. All orders promptly at tended to. Address, ISAAC BERLIN, Aug. 25. 1858;-dec2:t-'57. Tyrone City FARM AND TAVERN STAND FOR KENT. The undersigned committee of (eorge J. Kylur, offers for rent the large tarin in JSradtord township, at tbe intersection ot the road from Graham ton, Kylertown. Morrisdale, Phillips burg, and Clearheld- consisting of - acre, ovc 100 acres cleared with a large and commodiou House, a large barn and other buildings thereon Aslo a large orchard of choice fruit trees Any in formation can be obtained by applying to 11. Is Swoope. Esq., Clearfield, l a, or to the undersigned July 7, loos. lWUt.Ul MiltJifcLL.. rj R O F E S S O R D V V A L L S L TASTELESS GALVANIC PILLS. Prepared OriguiaJlu by Prof. Durull. formerly o, the College of Surgeons, Part's, is now offered to the public fur the cure of all those diseases in which alteratives and resolvents are indicated. These pills are rendered void of tate by which means the most delicate stomach can take them as well as tbe smallest ehild. From three to five boxes will cure the worst case of Scrofula. From two to four boxes will cure the worst case of S:tlt Rheum. From two to 3 boxes will cure the Ring Worm Ono box will cure Scaly Eruptions of the Skin From two to four boxes will cure all old Ulcers and Running Sores. Ono box will cure Humors in the Eyes. From one to three boxes will cure the most in veterate case of Nursing Sore Mouth. From one to two boxes will oure the severest case of scabby head in children. From three to six boxes will cure the (common ly called) IbicK neck or tjoitre. From two to four boxes will cure tho Dropsy from one to three boxes will cure Juandice. From two to six pills will cure the Sick Head Ache when accompanied with Bilhous One box will cure the Fever and Ague. For all diseases arising from an impure state of tho blood, and bilious habits, the la steles im! 'van ic Pills are the best pilla ever known in tbe annals of medicine. Zo cents per Hot Anv a;jeiit on receipt of 51 will send four boxes to any part of mo idiwi ciaios, iree oi postage. J. D. STONEROAD, Proprietor. aug25-'5S-y Lewistown, Pa. For sale by Moore A Etzweiler, Clearfield, Pa and by country merchants generally. flinE .MONTHLY .MASONIC MAGA- X. ZINR OK TUB AOK. IS r.NTITLEO "THE AMERICAN FREEMASON.-' It is devoted exclusively to the Instruction and r.ntertainment ot freemasons, their A ives. Fain iies. and Friends. Each number contains Por traits of distinguished Freemasons, and other En gravings, by the best Artists; aud the articles by Dr. A. It. M.iriey, Rev. George. Oliver, Giles F. Yates. Albert Pike. Rob. Morris. John Dove. J. Theo. Holly, and others, comprise Masonic Law. History, Jurisprudence, and Belles Lettres. from the Pens of the leading Masonic Authors of the present century. Asa Masonic Monthly Magazine it has no equal, either in beauty of Mechanical execution, or Value of its articles, in the World. Each mothly part contains as much reading mat ter, not to speak of the costly engravings illustra ting the same, as all the other monthly issues of tho -Masonic 1'ress in America, rolled into one. It is acknowledged to be the Monthly Magazine of las .ngc. TERMS PER ANNUM. Single subscriptions, I year, postpaid, S3 00 " 2 years, - 5 00 Clubs of Two to Eight, each 2 50 Clubs of any number above Eight, each 2 00 The Cash in all cases must aeeomnanv the or der?. The subscriptions for each year commence with the nrst (January) number of that year, thus supplying the subscriber with the .Masonic Ro tnanco series complete. But tbe work being ste reotyped, any numner or series or numbers will be mailed, postpaid, on receipt of the price, 25 cents each. Address J. F. BRENNAN. Editor and Publisher, July 7, 1858 Louisville, Ky. "A Casket of Gems of Wit and lYit'lom."1 A THOUSAND AND ONE STORIES, Of Fart and Fancy, W'tt ami Humor, Rhyme, Rrasou, and Romance, koited BV 8. g. GnoDKicn (PETER PARLEY.) One volume, large Octavo, handsomely bound in red morocco, with gilt side and back ; containing 7 oO pages, and Il lustrated hy COO Beautiful Engravings. The de sign of this book is to bring whole libraries into a single volume to furnish a mental meal for every day and every hour for every taste humor, age, caprice a book for the grave and gay, the old and young; we have, therefore, Science and Phyloso phy, Rhyme and Reason. Wit and Wisdom, Fact and Fancy, which, put together as they come, pro duce a sort of intellectual plum pudding, inas much as the whole is peppered and spiced with putis, conundrums, and drollories, to say nothing of a garnish of three hundred engravings. In these pages are given the essences of thought and sentiment from Goethe. Sydney Smith, bam Johnson, and many others ; clerical anecdotes, Hi bernian eccentricities, Western extravaganzes. gathered from the four triads of the Press; out lines of the talcs of Don Quixote and Gil Bias; of the Fables of Flavian and Lafoutaine; of the epic poems of Jerusalem Delivered, Tolemachus. Or laud Furioso. and others; of the Life and Sayings of Mrs. Partington and the Widow Bedott; of the Bunsby Papers and the Green Mountain Girls ; of the Life of Sam Houston. Gerard the lion-Lillcr. Cummins the elephant-destroyer, and Livingston the giraffe-chaser; of Stevens' Travels in Egypt and Palestine, Paul and Virginia. Alexander Du mas tho Swiss Family Robinson. Mr. Gliddnn nH Sam Patch ; with spicy citations of prose and po etry, from tho master-spirits of the day Longfel low, Bryant, Bayard Taylor. Dr. Kane. dore Perry, etc. It furnishes also, a fund of in formation for the serious the Natural History of the Bible, which is a subject of exhautless inter est; atriking facts in Astronomy, Chemistry, and Natural History; remarkable Biographies, inter esting Travels, and Wonderful lin.-.v nrina In Art and Science. Peter Parley, the editor of thi boolr. Itiui world wide reputation, as an arthor his writings hay ing become familiar as household words wherever the English languago is spoken. This is his tail irork. and wo predict for it a popularity equal, if not superior, to that acquired by any of his form- er publications. . tj?"This work will be sold ex clusively by subscription, at the low price of S3 50. Agents wanted in all parts ot ne country to ob tain subscribers for it. Specimen copies will be sent by mail, prepaid, to any address on receipt of the prico. For full particulars address tr.itui s. UAthMl.N, fublisbers Aug. ll-58! 19 Nassau St.. New-York. r-JBACCO AND CIGARS. An assortment just opened and for sale at the store of November 25. WM. F. IRWIN. B AR AND noOP IRON, small round ironTfor 6tove rods, t:.. for eals at tha stern f AT. SCIIRYVER has resumed tho praetlo of medicine, and will attend promptly to all calls in his profession, by day or night. Resi dence opposite the Methodist churok vm the Bor ough of Clearfield. May 12lh, 185S i -n VI Wff7A flu VXyK! rlON CITV COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, o i o p'"sh. Pa. : : : : Chaptered. 1S65. .100 Students attending January, 1S0S. Xow th largest and most thorough Commercial School of the United States. Young men prepared for ac tual duties of tbe Counting Room. J. C. Smith, A M.. Professor of Book-keeplnz and Science of Accounts.. A T. Doithett. Teacher of Arithmetic anl Commercial calculation J. A. HernntcK and T. C. Jenkins,. Teachers. of Book-keeping. A Cowlrv and W. A. Mules, Professors. iA Penmanship. SINGLE. AND- DOtELE ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING, as used in every department of business commercial ARrrBMETic-KAPLD btsi.vf.ss wkitixc- nr.TECTISG COl-NTERPEIT BOSKY-Of FRC43TI1.E COR- Rr.spoxDESCE-cosi h eRClAi.La w-aie taught, and all other subjects necessary for tbe suocetw and thor ough education of a practical business man 12 PREMIUMS. Drawn all tho premiums (a Pittsburgh fol the past three years, also in East ern and Westeoi Cities, for btt Writinr NOT EN; RAVED WORK. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. Student? ealer at any time No vacation Time unlimited Re view at pleasure Graduates assisted in obtaining situations Tuition for Full Cammcrcial Course, .io.vv Average time Mo 12 weeks Board. S2.5u Ornamental 'Writing inclose two stamps, and ad- uress f. . Ji.KINS. September 1. l-SSv Pittsl-argh. Pa. IRON DEPOT, KEPT BY MERRELf. ir CARTER, ON SECOND STREET, CLEARHKLD. PA Is the place wfcee all the following articles ean be had at reduced prices : Bar Iron .f all sixes by the small or by the quantity; Cast Steel, of var ous sizes and best quality; a large assortment of Elevated Minnesota. ALSO, a larg assortment of Nine plates and Parlor Stoves, and; Air Tighta of various patterns. ALSO, Plows of tbe best and latest patterns. ALSO, of theirownman ufactur'mir a large assortment of Tin-ware, Stov pipe. Sheet-iron pans of all sizes, and all articles of the kind in their line kept always on hand House Spouting done to order, and "Tin Roofing done with dixpatcb. ALSO, a large assortment of nil kinds of house keeping utensil constantly on hand. COUNTIC Y MERCHANTS are in vited to call, as they can be accommodated at very low figures, with anything in our line. All orders will be thankfully received and promntly attended to. O. B. MERhEI.L, L. II. CARTER. N.B. They will also receive every variety of articles on commission, at low rates. M. A C FARM LANDS FOR SALE 25 miles from Phil adclphia by Railroad in the State of New Jersey. Soil among th best for Agricultural pur poses, being a good lam soU. with a clay bottom, fhe laud is a large tract, divded into iniall farms, and hundreds from a.' 1 partv of the country are now settling and building. The crops can bo seen growing. Terms from S-16 to S20 per acre, paya ble within four years by instalments. To visit the place Leave Vine St.'Wharf at Philadelphia, at 71 A. M., by Railroad for Hammonton, or address R. J. Byrnes, by letter, See full advertisement iu another column. Sept. 8, IS5S. FARM LANDS FOR SALE 25 miles from Phil adelphia by Railroad in the State of New Jerwy. Soil among the best for Agricultural purpoes. be ing a good loam soil, with a clay bottom. The land is a large tract, divided into small farms, and hundreds from all parts of the country are now settling and building. Thecropscan be seen grow ing. Terms from ST5 to 520 per acre, payable with in four years by instalments. To vi-it "the place Leave Vine St. Wharf at Philadelphia at7J A M. by Railroad for Hammonton. or address R. J. Byrnes, by letter. See full ad vert icon: cr.t in as other column. Sept. t.' lS53-;tui. GIFTS! tilFTS!! CJIFTS!!! GIFTS!!; SPLENDID G IFTS ! ! ! ! ! At iZ3 Che,, nut Street. The onlit Original Gift Book Stort. G. G. EVANS would inform his friends and the public that his Star Gift Book Store and Publish ing House is permanently established in Brown's splendid Iron Building, 439 Chestnut Street, two doors below Fith. where the purchaser of each book, at the regular retail price, will receive one of the- following gifts, valued at from 25 cents to One Hundred Dollars. worth each 550 Patent Englith Lever Gold Watches, $-100 Oft 550 Patent Anchor 50 (10 400 I.ndies Gold Watehe?. lSk. cases. 35 00 600 Silver Hunting Watches, warranted, 15 00 500 Parlor Timepieces. 10 C 500 Cameo Sets. Ear Drops and Pins, .10 0 500 Ladies' Gold Bracelet. S 00 to 12 00 500 dents' Vest ond Fob Chains. 10 00 1(1110 Hold Lockets. (larjr.- sire double ca.ej 10 00 2000 Gold Lockets, (small size.) 3 00 10O0 Gold Pencil Cases, with Gold Tans. 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Those desirinz.so to act. can obtain full nr;i. lars by addressing as above. N. It. heme larirely interested In nnMi.Vi books, and buying from other cublishers in im mense quantities, for cash, I am enabled to make larger diiseounts to Country Agent and Book Deal ers than can be had at any other bouse in the country- tj?Anv book published in thel'niie,! Stat. the retail price of which is ono dollar or upwardc. will be promptly sent, Gift included, on receipt of publisher s price. An extra SI Book and Gift given to any person ordering ten books to bo sent to one address. Send for a Catalogue. - Address, G. G. EVANS. Publish ur. Aug. 25, 185S. 3iu 4-9 Chestnut St., PhiFa.J H' n v i rr it t w esvi T. t. t incniri v nn:rR inf.,pm. v.i.u .... - . WV.-J A .1 J . ... .j. ui V1U Llll tomers and the public generally, that be has ta ken entire control of the CABINET MAKING fUTtn .itnlpH t.v P.l-..r Ji- 1 hn in nrenared to furnish Bureaux. TnJJe 71t- steads. 4-c, at all times. ALSO. COFFINS Eld to order, ana ouriais attended with Hears. Country produce of all kinds taken in exchaj-r for work. Shop on Walnut street,-opposiie Uatna" Blacksmith-shop, Curwensville. Aug4-5S-St A BLACKSMITH desirous of doing a goo4 business, ean secure a ehop with, a iarg custom, by applying immediately to ' WILLIAM IRVIN, September 1. 1858. CurwensviHe. LADIES' MANTILLAS, Shawls, Bonnets. Skel eton Skirts, and f.H,. .1 . 1 - kinds for sale low by JOHN PATTOX. curwensville. .May 12. 1S53. . L ' FLOUR. Just received 30 barrels Extra Fa : I T" i , - . ... . ... - . . ' j x iour, wnicn wut ne eold lowtorcasn ' December 2. , RICHARD MOS30P CARPETS, Oil Cloths. Window Shades, iot " be procured at the store of ' Mayl2. JOHN PATTON, CnxwonsyUf , "COFFEE-and Molasses, by tho Caj a4 E - J for eila at th etoro cf - . ." ca "it iAViy.raxrcjOfT f 11 i per wee stationary, su.uu fcntirecos:. t0.00 to 570.00. tTMiniatcrs' sons received at talf priee. 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