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For the "Raftsman's Joitrtial." c 1
TIIE LOVELESS BRIDE. ' BY CLARE. I saw her at the altar With Jewels on her brow, "With gems tipon her pearly arms, And on her breast of snow. " - - i I heard the vows that bound her, Unloving, to his side, And saw her proud lips curl in scorn, As he stooped to greet his bride. Three years have passed I see the bride, As jewels deck her brow ; But rose-buds fair and beautiful, - Twine round her forehead now. And o'er her pulseless bosom strewn Are flowers, pure and white ; And the hands are meekly folded, And the eyes are closed in night. They laid her in a vaulted tomb, No flowers above her wave, And though her life was blighted, She found a peaceful grave. They tell a story about a man out West who had a hair Hd. udou which he performed an op oration himself, by inserting into the opening a piece of chicken flesh it aUucreu ana nuca up the space admirable. This was well enough, until in compliance with the prevaling fashion be attempted to raise moustaches, when one aide grew hair and the other feathers. A magistrate asked an Irishraau whom he was questioning : IIave you ever seen the sea T" "Iver seen the say, your honor ! Be jabers, an'doesyer honor suppose that I was tlirun died all the way over the salt ocean in a wheel barrow ?" ' A druggist sent his Irish Porter into a dark cellar; soon after hearing a noise, he went to the opening and cried out : "Patrick, keep your eyes skinned !" 'Och ! the divil an eye," roared Pat, "but it's my nose that's skin't entirely." In the street of Leicester, one day, Dean Swift was accosted by a drunken weaver, who, staggering against his reverence, said : "I have been spinning it out." Yes," said Dean, "I see yon have and now you are reeling it home." PokeY Sharn says that his wife is equal to five "fulls" beauti-ful, duti-fu!, youth-ful, aw-f ul, and arm ful. Wanted, for the ornithological department of the Museum, the beak and claws of a touia Lawk. TERMS OF TIIE JOURNAL. The Raftsmax's Joi-rsal is published on Wed nesday at SI. 50 per annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning of the year, 52 00 will bo charged. Advertisements will be inserted at 1.00pcr square of 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 tise rs. 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. ROW. COUNTS' DIRECTORY. Tres't Judge Hon. James Burnaide,Be2Iefonte.Pa. As'teJudges Hon. Wm. L. Moore, Clearfield Hon.Benj'n. Bon sail, Luthersburg. Sheriff. . . . Josiah R. Reed, . . Clearfield Prothocotary, George Walters, . . Reg. A Rec. . James Wrigley, . . " Treasurer. . . John MePherson, . . " ,4 Co. Surveyor, John L. Cattle, . . ' Commiss'n'rs, Jacob Wilhelm, . .Grahamton. John Irwin. Sr. . . Clearfield. George Earbard, . . NcwMillport. Auditors. . . Francis Pearce, . . Woodland. Peter Hoover, . . Curwensville. Aaron C. Tate, . . Clearfield. CONSTABLES can be supplied with Blank Sales, by calling at the Raftimau's Jour nal office. Clearfield. rpO JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Just A printed and for sale at the Raftsman's Journal office, a lot of superior blanks, to wit: Blank Subpoenas. Blank Executions, Blank Summons', Blank Marriage certificates Judgment Notes, with and without waiver. JQ;r REWARD. Was stolen from the under ttemAJ signed residing in Beecaria township, on the night of the 1st of October, a Hive of Bees. The above reward will be paid to any person or persons, who will give satisfactory information that will lead to the detection and conviction of the thief or thieves. VM. A. NEVLING, Oct. 13, lS58-3tp. TUPS. GLASGOW. 1 QT ACRES OF LAND, on the Erie Turn JLtmJ pike, about 7 miles west of Curwensville, and 135 ACRES OF LAND, adjoining the same will be sold on accommodating terms. The land lies well, is all susceptible of cultivation, and is well covered with choice pine timber suitable for shingles, sawing or square timber. A taw mill near by. Apply to L. J. CRANS. mar25 Clearfield. CAUTION. All persons are hereby caution ed against buying or in any way meddling with thefollowing property, to wit; 1 timber sled, 1 two-horse waggon, 1 yoke of oxen. 1 raft timber of 3400 feet in the woods. 4 hogs. The above pro perty, now in possession of John Robison. of Chest township, bas only been left in his care, and is subject to my order. July 21. l$iS-?.m. H. D. PATTON. FOR SALE, THE FARM occupied by John x. Vt iley in Ferguson township, containing 105 acres, 30 acres cleared ; house, barn and other buildings thereon erected. ALSO, 50 acres of land or the timber thereon situate in Pike township within one and a half miles of the river on a good road to haul. For further description and terms apply to L. J. CRANS. May 20. 1 So 7. Clearfield. Yl7"ATCn AND CLOCK MAKING. w T II. F. XAUGLE respectfully announces that he has commenced the above business in SHAWS XEW ROW, Clearfield. Pa., opposite the Journal Office. All kinds of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Ac, entrusted to him will be neatly re paired and warranted, according to quality. By close attention to business, and doing his work in a superior manner, he hopes to secure a liberal share of public patronage. Sept. 1. 1658. LIST OF JURORS, for the ADJOURNED COIRT, commencing Nov. b 2d Monday. Chest Baicl Dimond. Robert Miles. Clearfield Bor J. H. Jlillburn, Henry Stone. Covington James Mullen. Francis Mignot. Curwensville Bor James Thompson. D. Reams. Beecaria Jacob Bumgardr-er. 5UJ7JiNeWrmler- Arth Cell- T. Campbell. Bradford. Abraham Pearce. Geo. Bowersox Brady. Frederick Zeiglcr. John Hoover. Burnside.-RnsselM Murray, I.rael Rorabaugh. Girard. Thomas H. spence. Goshen. George A. Morrison, Jacob Kuhns Graham- Daniel Wilhelm. Huston. Warren Bliss. Knox. Jacob Arnold. Win. G. Bell. Lawrence. G. D. Goodfcllow Morris. M Brown, of J, Dan. Beams, D. Flegel. Penn. Jonathan Evans. Pike. Eli Bloom, James Hile. David Ro. In ion. John Potter, jr.. Emanuel Doner. Woodward. John Coulter. ' ". ADJOURNED ORPHANS' COURT SALE. Valuable Saw-Mill Prormrtu. Estate of Richard Cnny. Sr., deceased. In pur suance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Clear- neiu county, granted at May term. Iba7, there will be exposed to Public Sale, by outcrv, on the prem ises, on Tuesday, the 9th day of November, at 2 o'clock, P. M., that Valuable Saw-mill Property and Timber standing, late the Estate of Richard Curry, Sr., deceased, situate in Piko and Knox townships, in said county, on Little Clearfield creek, about one mile below New Millport, bounded and described, as follows : Beginning at a hemlock, cor ner of Wm. Rex's land, north 100 perches to post; east 121 1-10 perches to post ; north 140 perches to post: east 94 9-10 perches to post on Fitch A Boyn ton's land ; south 240 perches to post, and west by lands of Thompson A Sloppy 216 perches to be ginning; containing 205 acres and 112 perches and allowance, and having a Saw-mill in good running order, with a new dam, and a small log house thereon and having a large quantity of valuable Pine and Oak timber thereon ; and a part of the Land being valuable for farming purposes. ALSO, all the pine timber standing on 100 acres of .land adjoining the same, now occupied by George W. Curry beginning at sugar corner of Wm. Rex's land cast 121 1-10 peaches by land of Curry's heirs to post; south 140 perches to post; west 121 1-10 perches to post, and south 140 perches to he beginning. Tho title is indisputable. TERMS OF SALE. One-half on the confirma tion of sale, and the balance in one year with in terest, to be secured by Judgment upon the prem ises. -. jOHX S. CURRY, WILLIAM REX, October 13th, 185S-4t. Administrators. rTUUAL LIST, FOR XOV'R. TERM, 1S5S, J- commencing on 3d Monday, the 15th day. H. Sr C. Pennington vs John Rickets. CathnrinePennington vs Yodder A Rickets, vs tame vs Lainborn, vs Best, vs Mathers. vs Hartshorn, vs Julian Bease. vs Adams, Powell ct al, vs Pennington, . vs Snydgr A Large, vs Bloom, vs Kelly, vs Pennington, vs Same, vs Bloom, vs McFarlin. vs Irish A Hinds, vs Pfouti, vs Swan, . vs Karthaus. vs Michaels A Worrell, Patchin, M'Farlin, Hcgarty Draucker. Sch noil's heirs, Cadbury A wife, Mitchell, et al, Welch A Snyder Pasmore, Cooper, Gedles A Marsh. Same M Kec, Best, Houtz, Comcford, Riddle, Curtin, Taggart, Irvin, vs ilinn Michaels V Worrell, vs John Taggart, Spalding A Fulton, vs ArmstrongAGarnble B. D. Hall A Co., vs Jerry Gaines, Long, vs Knarr, et al, Secbler, vs ltodkey, Patchen, vs Keirn, Morgan, vs Smith Bycrs, A Co., Kerlins, vs MoGarvey, Shoff. vs Jameson. Lloyd. vs Rowland, Merrell, vs Blanchard, Wilson, vs Long, Long. vs Reams McBriJe A Wright, vs Michaels A Worrell, Gillcland, vs McGhecs, Patton, vs Bilger. Hoover, vs French, Taylor, vs Flicn, Hollopcter, vs Patton, Craven, vs Bloom, spencer, Leonard. Brubaker, Mulson, Leonard, Langdon, Logan, Thompson, Thompson, G roe, Galcr, Dunlap, Lutz, Curry, Fiscus. Rex, vs Owens, et al, Ardrey A Potter, Coder, Price, Welsh, Soukin. GooUfellow, Leonard, Mays, Beyers, et al, Barrett, Evens, Beyers, ct al, vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs ise, Beems, vs Leonard, Irvin, ts Gibbons, Barmoy, vs Hunott, M CrackinAPaulhamsvs Gibbons. Wood. Bacon A Co, vs Montelius. A Co. Leonard, vs I.ivergood A Shirey, Leonard, vs Mock A Leonard, The first 40 causes, in the above list, have also boen put down for trial at the Special Term, com mencing on the Secoud Monday, the 8th day of November. 1858. J Oct. 13. ' GEO. WALTERS, Prot'y LAGER! LAGER ! LAGER! LAGER! LAGER BEER SALOON". Hating House! Eat ins House '. aiul Bakery! Eating House! Eating Hons ! and liaktry! Eating House ! Eating House ! aiul Bakery! The undersigned takes this method of informing the citizens of Clearfield and tho public in pcuer al, that he has opened an EATING HOUSE and BAKERY in the room on Market street, known as the ''Old Jew Store,'" where he will keep on hand a general assortment of Confeetionaries, sueh as Candies of all kinds, Nuts in great variety. Figs, Raisens. Prunes. Ac. Ac. He will also keep Alo aud Lager Beer at all times, which, he docs not hesitate to say. is a superior article, and from the best breweries in the west. ALSO, a large assort ment of Tobacco and Cigars, always on hand. As he is a Baker by trade, he will always keep a supply of FRESH BREAD and CAKES, as well as PIES of every description that the season will afford. He will also bake t8 order, on short no tice, anything of the kind that mny be wanted by the citizens of Clearfield. The public are respectfully inv'.tcd to call and see his stock, which he thinks cannot fail to meet the wants and wishes of persons who desire any of the articles in his line of business. He solicits, aud hope3 to receive, a liberal share of patronage, as it will be his constant aim to accommodate and please all who may favor him with their custom. Call and judge for yourselves.' Remember tho place, the -OLD JEW STORE." on Market street Clearfield fap2S WEXDLIX EXTRES. GREAT DISCOVERY OF TIIE AGE. IMPORTAXT TO TOBACCO CUEWERS. I)r. Gustav Linnard's Taste Restorative Troches, the Great Substitute for Tobacco. It is a well known and incontrovertable fact that the use of Tobacco is the promoting cause of many of the most severe MEXTAL AND PHYSICAL disorders to which the race of man is subject, as cureful an alasis and long and painful experience have clear ly proven that it contaiasccrtain narcotic and poi sonous properties most dangerous in their efforts, which by entering into the blood derange the functions and operations of the Heart, causing ma ny to suppose that organ to be seriously diseased. TOBACCO affects also she entire nervous system, manifesting itself as all who have ever used the noxious weed will bear testimony in Lassitude. Xervous Irritability, Water Brash. Dyspepsia, and many other disorders of a similar character. The 'Taste Restorative Troches" arc designed to coun teract these baneful influences, and have proved completely successful in a multitude of cases, and wherever used. Being harmless in themselves they exert a beneficial effect upon the entire sys tem, restoring the Taste which has bocomo vitia ted or destroyed by great indulgence, complete ly removing the irritation and accompanying tick ling sensation of the Throat which are always consequent upon abstaining from the use of To bacco, and by giving a healthy tono to the Stom ach, invigorate the whole system. Persons who are irretrievably undermining their constitutions and shortening their lives, should use these Troches immediately and throw off the injurious and unpleasant habit of Tobacco Chewing. These Troches or Lozenges are put up in a con venient and portable form at the low price of 50 cents per Box. A liberal discount to the Trade. Prepared solely by the undersigned to whom all orders should be addressed. JAMES K. BOWERS. Druggist Corner 2d and Race streets, Philadelphia. April 14. LSoH-ly IOR SALE. A yoke of good and large Oxen, by WM. IRVIN. rjwensville, September 22 1SS3. 0Lvn J Y E villsKEY, BRAXDY. GIN and V IX KS, for sale at the cheap cash store of alrb R.MOSSOP GULICII & BENNER, would respectfully inform the citizens of Clearfield, and public generally tfTat they have entered into co-partnership in the CABINET MAKING BUSINESS, and keep constantly on hands, and manufacture to order, at the lowest prices, every variety of furniture, consisting of Dining, Breakfast, aud Centre Tables, Sewing, Writing, and Wash-Slands, Mahogany, and Common Bedsteads ; Mahogony and Cane-bottomed Chairs, Bureaus, Sofas, Lounges, Ac, Ac. Coffins made and funerals attended on the short est notice, with a neat hearse, and appropriate accompany ments. " ; . House Painting done on the shortest notice. Shop and Ware-rooms, same as formerly occupi ed by JobnGulich, mcarly opposite the 'Jew Store, Clearfield. Pa - JOHN GULICII, .May 22. '55.-ly. DANIEL BEXXER GREAT REVIVAL. READ! READ!! And be Convinced The great Revival has done immense good in al most every State, county, and town in the Union, outside of Clearfield. Therefore, in consideration of the above rumor. Frank Short has taken the responsibility upon himself to revive the Boot and Shoe business in Clearfield, and set a good exam ple to his fellow men. He bas to announce to his old customers, and as many new ones as may favor him with a call, that he has on hand a largo as sortment of fine work and any amount of coarse. Also, Gents' gaiters made to order, and of any style to suit customers. Morocco. French Calf, and Pattent Calf gaiters constantly on hand. Findings forsale; kit excepted. All work leaving his es tablishment warranted not to rip. Customers coming to town will find him at the shop formerly occupied by R. R. Welch, dee'd.. as a watch and clock establishment, nearly opposite Reed A Wea ver's Store. Roll in boys and get new soles or your old ones repaired, as some or them stand in great need of it. FRANK SHORT. Clearfield, June 30, 1558-3ni. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. The Golden Prizo The Golden Prize. The Golden Prize. The Golden Prize. The Golden Prize. The Golden Prizo. The Golden Prizo. The Golden Prize. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. ILLUSTRATED! n.i.rsTBTRn! ILLUSTRATED ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK. Vhtstratetl every week. llhistrateil every weeh. Illustrated every ice&. Illustrated every ireei. Illustrated every tceei. Illustrated every week. Illustrated every tceei. Illustrated every week. ILL VS Tli A TED EVERY WEEK Svrcimett copies sent free. Specimen mpies sent free. THE GOLDEN PRIZE Illustrated ! Illustrated !! Illustrated The New York Weekly Goldex Prize is one of the largest and best weekly papers of the day. An Imperial Quarto containing eight pages, or forty columns, of entertaining original matter: and ele gantly illustrated every week. A Gift worth 50 cents to 500 00 in Gold will be presented to each Subscriber immediately on receipt of the subscription money. One copy for one year, S2 00, and 1 gift. One copy for two years, 3 50, and 2 gifts. One copy for three years, 5 00, and 3 gifts. One copy for five years. 8 00, and 5 gifts. AXD TO CLUBS Three copies one year, S5 00, and 3 gift. Five coj'ies one year, S 00, and 5 gifts. Ten copies one year, 15 00, and 10 gifts. Twenty-one copies 1 year, 30 00, and 21 gifts. The articles to be distributed are comprised in the following list : 2 packages of Gold, containing $500 each. 5 packages of Gold, containing 200 each. 10 packages of Gold, containing 100 each. 10 Pt. Lever Hunting Cased Watches, 100 each. 20 Gold Watches. - ..-.-.75 each. 50 Gold Watches, ------- 60 each. 100 Gold Watches. 50 each. 300 Ladies Gold Watches. ----- 35 each. 2i0 Silver Hunting Cased Watches. - 30 each. 5U0 Silver Watches. - - - - S 10 to 25 each. 1000 gold guard, vest A fobchains. 10 to 30 each. Gold Lockets. Bracelets, Brooches, Ear Drops, Breast Pins, Cuff Pins, Sleeve Buttons. Rintrs, Shirt Studs, Watch Keys, Gold and Silver Thimbles, and a variety of other articles, worth from 50 cents to $15 each. Immediately on tho receipt of the subscription money, the subscriber's name will be entered upon our subscription book opposite a number, and the gift corresponding with that number will be fur warded, within one week, to the subscriber, Ay mail or express, post p.tid. "All communications should be addressed to DEAX A SALTER. 4i and 49 Moflat Building, 335 Broadway, X. York. 7: Specimen copies sent tree. Agents wanted. New York, March 17, ls58-lamly. CA CARD FROM DR. JAMES M. JAR RETT, .OF THE NEW-YORK LUXG IN FIRMARY. My connection for the past eight years with the above Institution, as Chief Physi cian, and a twelve years' courscof steady devotion to the Cure of Pulmonary Consumption nd its kindred diseases. togther with my unrivalled op portunities and advantage of pathological research aided not a little by a perfect system of Medicai Inhalation has enabled me to arrive at a deci sive, direct, and successful course of treatment for the positive and radical cure of all diseases of the Throat, Lungs, and Air-passages. By Inhalation, the vapor and curative properties of medicines are directly addressed to the diseased organs of the in tegument. I do not advise the use of Medical In halation of any kind, to the exclusion of general treatment ; and although I consider it a useful ad juvant in the proper management of those foarful and often fatal diseases, yet I deem it very neces sary that each patient should have the benefit of both general and local treatment. The success of my treatment in the above diseases, and the high character of the Institution over which I have so long had the honor to preside, are too well known to need any eulogy or comment from me. At tho solicitation of many private and professional friends, through whose philanthropic aid the above charity has been long and liberally supported and after due consideration, 1 have concluded to make such arrangements as will bring the benefits of my experience and treatment within the reach of all, and not confine myself, as heretofore, to those on ly who entered the Infirmary, or who were able to visit me at my oCiee. Hoping therefore that the arrangement will give entire satisfaction, both to my professional brethren and the public, I would respectfully annonnce in conclusion, that I can now Le consulted perxonaJly or by letter, on all dis eases as above, and that the medicines, the same as used in the Institution, prepared to suit each in dividual case. Inhaling Vapors. Medical Inha lers, ire., d)-e , will be forwarded by express to any part of the United States or the Canadas. Terms My terms of treatment by letter are as follows, viz: S12 per month for each patient, which will include medicine sufficient for one month's use; also, Inhaling Vapor, and an Inhaling Apparatus. Payment as follows : $5 to be paid to Express A gent on receipt of the box of Medicine, and the balance So at the expiration of the month, if the patient be cured or is entirely satisfied with the treatment. Patients, by giving a full history of theircaso, and their symptoms in full, can be treat ed as well by letter as by personal examination. Patients availing themselves of Dr. Jarrett s treat ment may rely upon immediate and permanent relief, as he seldom bas to treat a case over thirty days. Letters for advice promptly answered. For further particulars address JAMES M. JARRETT, M. D. No. 820 Broadway, corner Twcltth St., N. Y. P- S Physicians and others visiting the city are respectfully invited to call at the Infirmary, wnere many lnieresiing eases can be witnessed sea. a and where our im proven avoaratus for the inha lation of medicated vapor can be seen and in- spected. New-Yofk, August 4, 1858. Cm TO TIMBER MAKERS ! A lot of Mann's Celebraied Double-bitted Axes, at the Low Price of TWO DOLLARS, for sale by , ., RICHARD MOS30P. Clearfield. Pa.Scpt. 29,1 $53. READY-MADE CLOTlflXGTBwtsand Shoes, a full assortment, at the corner store of October 6. 1858. WM. IRVIN. LADIES"' FX Rs, a frwlcTofTrrenchables7at the store of WM. IRVIN. D OLE'S PATENT S A W -G UM M E R7f oFsal en f saws gummed to order, by Clearfield, June 9. MERRELL A CARTER. JPANISII Sole Leather, for sale at the corner 3 store. Hides taken at the highest price. October 6. WM.. IRVIN jk KSONVILLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. J The property formerly occupied by Jollies niith. being 3 adjoining lots, having a two story plank house. 34 by 18 feet, and a plank shop, 24 by 15 feet, thereon erected, is for sale, or rent, on accommodating terms. - Apply to March 24. L. J. CRAXS, Clearfield. GR A II A M T O N AHEAD!! Now is the Time for Bargains'.!! Now is the. Time, for Bargains'.!! The undersigned has just received from the East and opened at his store in Grahamton. Clearfield county, an extensive and well selected stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, embracing every variety of Dry Goods, Hardware, Queensware, Groceries, etc.. etc. These goods have been selected with an especial view to supply the wants of this community, and will be sold on the most reasonable terms. They will POSITIVELY be sold as cheap as the cheap est in the country, for CASH. ' - Particular attention Iras been paid to the selec tion of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, among which are Plain and Fancy Silks. Plain Bareges. Challes. Barege Delaine, Robes, Embroidered collars and sleeves. Kid Gloves ; Shawls, a great variety ; Man tillas; Trimmings; Silk and Linen Fringes;' Bon nets of the latest styles ; Bonnet Ribbons and trim mings. 4'C. ' Also. Parasols, Hosiery, Gloves. Mits. Bisop and India Mulls. Jackonets, Domestic and French Ginghams, Lawns, Calicoes, Barred and Cieck Muslin, Diapers. Crash, Xapkins, Ladies' Gaiters, children's shoes. iVc, and there is no doubt that all can be well suited. ' ALSO, French cloths and casimeres, American cloths and cassimercs. Marseilles vestings. Boots. Shoes, Hats. Caps, and a general assortment of mens' and boys' Summer wear. He has also a stock of READY-MADE CLOTH IXG, which he will sell low. The undersigned is determined to sell his goods at the lowest prioes for CASH. This is not mere pretcuce and vain boast he mil do it. JAMES B. GRAHAM. Grahamton. May 28. 1858. E EMOVAL OP ROBINS' LITE 11 Alt Y DEPOT. Thomas Robins' having removed his Book and Drugstore to the Store Room formerly occupied by Riahard Shaw A Son. one door W est of the "Mansion House," where he is prepared to accom modate his former customers and the public gen erally, with cveryihing in bis line. Having late ly added a general assortment of Groceries to his former stock, ho is now prepared to nccommodate all who may favor him with a cull, with COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA, MOLASSES, Ao , Ac. Also, trith BOOKS OF ALL KIXDS AND STYLES, Stationary. FANCY ARTICLES AXD COXFECTIOXARIES, Tobacco and Cigars. DRUGS, MEDICINES, DYE-STUFFS, PAINTS, Chemicals, tyc, Crc. Among his stock will be found Histories, Biogra phies, Sketches, School Books, Poetical, Scicntic, Sleebanical, Medical and Law works ; the latest publications alwa3s on hand or procured to order; all the Magazines furnished monthly, at publish ers prices ; fancy and common letter paper ; plain and ruled cap paper; perforated paper; note pa per; fancy and common envelopes; blank Deeds; a great variety of Steel Pens; common and fancy pen-holders, pencils, Ac. Ac. Ac, which he will sell at the most reasonable prioes. His stock of Drugs. Medicines. Dye-stuffs. Paints, Ac, is large and well selected; among which nro Calomel, Blue Mass. Quinine. Morphia. Red Pre cipitate ; Rhubarb, root and pnlvcrizcd ; Rochelle and Kpsom Salts; Cream of Tartar, Sulphur, Sen na. 1'u.k Root, Sup. Carbonate Soda. Tartaric A cid, Sulphate of Ziac ; Liquorice. Couinbo and Gentian root; Logwood, Oil Vitriol. Boe Vitriol, Coperas. Alum. Red .Lead. Prussian Blue, Chrome Green and Yellow, Vermillion, Terra de Sienna, and in fact a general assortment. He has also a fine lot of Ladies' Gold Breast Pins. Ear Drops, Finger Rings. Ac. Also, Watch Guards and Keys. Penknives. Hair oils; Hair. Reading. Fine and Pocket combs. Tooth-picks. Ra zors and Strops, Sndlcrs' Silk, Pearl powder, Fan cy Soaps and Perfumery a great variety. Also, Prunes. Figs. Raisins, Almonds, Tea-nuts and Filberts; Candies a general assortment; Cin amon. Cloves. Pepper, and other spices; Blacking, and Spool Cotton ; the most popular Patent Med icines of the day ; all of which will be sold at the very cheapest rates. Call and examine the stock and judge for vour .selves. lSept23J THOMAS ROBINS. HAMMONTON LANDS New England Settlement. Hare Opportunity. To all v:anting I'arms in a healthy place. Ii.-:ut:-fii-e tniet from Philadelphia, on the Camden and At lantic Railroad, New Jersey. An old estate has recently been opened for sale, and the first divi sion of 10.000 acres divided up into farms of 20 a crts and upwards. The soil is of tlie best quality for tho production of fruits, grains. Ac. The price is S-15 to S20 per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly instalments, within a term of four'ycars, with interest. The terms are made easy, in'order to insure the rapid improvement of the land, by enabling every industrious man to buy a farm. It is now being extensively improved by good roads, and some of the best citizens from New England aud the Middle States are erecting largo improve ments. It is a sceno of the greatest improvement out of Philadelphia Seventy-five houses have been built in 4 mouths. lractical farmers and bu siness men from the length and breadth of the U nion are settling there. It is an important busi ness place, on account of its being in the midst of a great market. Every article raised on this land finds an immediate salo. The water 13 excellent, and no such thing as fever is known. The soil is a sandy or clay loam, with a clay bottom and re tentive, of manures. It is free of stones and easily worked. It abounds largely in the phosphates, and such is its fertility that from the crops pro duced both upon this land and the area adjoin ing under cultivation, it will be found not to bo excelled anwhere in the production of crops most adapted to its market. The reader may be well aware that the earliest and the best fruits and veg etables come from New Jersey, which are annual ly exported to the amount of millions of dollars. Tho laud, besides being accessible in every way for fertilizers, has an abundant supply of the best quality of muck manure. Lumber and building materials can be had on the spot at a cheap price, from the mills Other mills are now being opened, aud brickyards being started on the ground. A person can put up a franio tenement for present convenience for one hundred dollars. On account of the extensive em igration, this is tho best course to pursuo in order to get a place to live in at first. Carpenters and buil dersareon hand to put up houses on the best terms. In settling here tho emigrant has many advan tages. He is w ithin a few hours' ride of the great cities in the Middle States and Xcw England ; he is near his old friends and associations; he is in a settled country, wh to every improvement and aomfort of civilization is at hand ; he is in a heal thy place, and is not subject to the certainty of losing the greater part of his family and his own health by those malignant fevers which make the graves of so many millions of tho young and har dy in far off regions away from home and friends. Besides, he has a mild climate and an open winter. There are three trains daily to Philadelphia, and to all those who improve, the railroad compa ny gives a free ticket. The reader will at once be struck with tho ad vantages here presented, and ask himself why the property has not been taken up before. The rea son is, it was never thrown in the market ; and un less these statements were correct no one would be invited to examine the land before purchasing. This all are expected to do. 1 hey will see the land under cultivation ; they will meet persons, no doubt, from their own neighborhood ; they will witness the improvements, and can judge of the character of the population. Persons should come prepared to purchase, as many are locating, and locations aro not held on refusal. t The Hammonton Farmer, a monthly literary and Agricultural sheet, containing full information of Hammonton, will be sent to each inquirer, and can be obtained at 25 cents per annum. Title indisputable. Warrantee deeds given, clear of all incumbrance, when purchase money is raid. Route to the land Leave Vine street wharf. Philadelphia, for Hammonton by railroad at 7 A. M , and 5i, P. M.; when there inquire for Mr. Lymes. Boardinz conveniences will he found Betters and applications can be addressed to S B COUGHLIN, 202 South Fifth Street below Walnut, Philadelphia. Mans and information cheerfnllv furnished. Sept. 8, Hi5S-3in. MACKEREL, Herring, Bacon, Codfish. Ac, for sale at the store of , JOHN PATTON, Curwensvillo. rpiIOMAS G. SNYDER, MERCIT ANT, Deal A er in Sawed Lumber. Shingles. Square Tim ber, et cetera. KYLERTOWN, Clearfield Co.. Pa. Juiy 1. 1857. tf. -: TOH N RUSSELL & CO., TANNERS AND F CURRIERS, Pennville, Clearfield Co.,J.'a. Keep constantly on hand an excellent assortmen of leather, which they offer for sale at the lowes cash prices. Hides taken in exchange. July 15. 1S54. JAMES 15. GRAHAM. Dealer in SAWED LUMBER. SQUARED TIMBER, SHINGLES, BOARDS, Ac, is prepared to fill, on the shortest notice, an orders for articles in his line or basr ness, on as reasonable terms as they can be Pro cured in the county. Grahampton. Clearfield Co., Jan. 23, 1356 T EMOVAL. The undersigned notifies It his old customers and the public that he has removed his BLACKSMITH SHOP to his new building a few doors south of the shop ho former ly occupied, where he is prepared to do on the shortest notice any work in his lino of business. April 15, 1357. JCOB S11UNKWE1LER. "t "STAG ON - MAKING. TIIE undcrstngncd v T would annonnce that they manufacture Waggons of all descriptions. Buggies. Sleds, Ac, at their shop in Xew Salem. Brady township, Clear field county, which they offer for sale at as reasona ble rates as can be purchased elsewhere. They res pectfully solicit a share of patronage. CAMBRIDGE JOHNSTON, 0ctl56-tf WILLIAM LEWIS. BOOT AND S II O E M A K I N G. JOHX S. A A. G. IIOYT, Having entered into partnership in the above bu siness, at the end of the new bridge, 1 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. IIOYT, A. G. IIOYT. N. B. All kinds of country produce and hides taken in exchange for work. June 23, 1S58. MANSION HOUSE, Clearfield. Pa. The undersigned respectfully announces to the public that he has leased the above Hotel in Clear field borough, and that he is prepared to accom modate all who may favor him with their custom. His house is commodious and convenient, and his mote snail te supplied in the best manner possi ble. No effort will be spared to render general satisfaction. By strict attention to business, and to the w.ants and "comfort of hig guests, he expects 10 secure a iiocrai snare ot patronage. febll-'57 DAN. M. WEAVER. REMOVAL JOSH UA S. JOHNSON, CABINET MAKER, has removed his shop to the new building of John Troutman. on Market street, where ho will keep on hand or manufacture to order, (of superior finish.) every variety of Household and Kitchen F U II X I T U 11 E, such as Tables, Bureaus, Safes, Stands Cupbonrds, Solas. Bedsteads. Ac. of every style and varietv, which he will dispose of at ciieap rates as any o ther establishment of the kind in the county. Call and examine his furniture, and judge for yourselves of its quality and finish. CHAIRS of all kinds' on hand or made to order. He is also propared to make COFFIN'S to order, on the shortest notice, and will attend funerals with a hearse, when called upon. JOSHUA S. JOHXSON. Clearfield. Pa , December 17, 1S55. FLE31IXG HOTEL, (FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE GOOD INI EXT.) CUR WEXSV1LLE, Clearfield County, Pa. The subscriber begs leave to inform bis old customers end 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 afl'ord. HIS BAH will be supplied wiih the choi cest wines and liquors. HIS Si'ABLES, which are the best and mot commodious on the road within a day's travel, will alwavs be i careful and attentive hostlers In short, 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. G LEAK FIELD HOUSE, CORNER OF Fl BS'f AND M A R K ET STREETS. CLE A R HED, PA. The undersigned would respectfully inform his friends anil the travelling pnbiio in general, that he has taken the above house, (for merly known as the Hemnl, ill Hotel.) and that tho house bas been recently refitted, improved and newly furnished; that extensive stabling has just been completed; and that he is pre pared to accommodate all who may give him a call in the most pleasing and agreeable manner, lie is amply provided with everything to render his house a desirable stopping "place, and will endeavor to cutertuin his guests in a manner that cannot fail to give the fullest satisfaction. The house is situated in a pleasant and quiet part of the town, and no expense or attention will be spa red to make it one of the best hou?es in the county. A liberal patronage is respectfully solicited. His bar will be supplied with an assortment of choice liquors. junc2- 5S H. HAYS MORROW. CHOICE OF GIFTS! Hereafter every purchaser before pur chasing his books has his own CHOICE OF GIFTS AT HANNEIS CHOICE OF GIFTS A T RAXXErs CHOICE OF GIFTS AT RAXNEY'S CHOICE OF GIFTS AT RANNEYS 9. frr92,C U VF AT RA XXE YS ?.Wl,CUVOIFTS AL KAXXEYS CMOICE OF GIFTS AT RAXXETS Great American Gift Booi House. J Xo. 293 Broatltray, New York, where the gifts, consisting of Jeu-e'ry, A -., anA varying in value from 75 cents to Tiro Hundred dollars, are always on exhibition, in ample Show Cases. Our Xew Descriptive Catalogue, contain ing a large variety of Books in every department i of Science and Literature, (all of which are sol.l I at regular publisher s prices.) and explaining OUR I NEW AND ORIGINAL SYSTEM or allowing eve ry purchaser his omn choice of gifts, and setting forth unequalled inducements to Agent, will be sent, post paid, to any individual on application Address. A. KANXEY, Agent. July 7. 1858-fim. No. 293 Broadway. N Y. TTO! YE HUNGRY AND THIRSTY! A A The appeasing of hunger and tho quench ing of thirst, is a matter that has attracted the at tention of many wise heads in various agesot the world. What conclusions they have arrived at and what theories they have propagated, it is need less to mention here. In these latter days men have conceived the idea that the "inner man" can be at least bountifully supplied by means of res taurants. With this laudable purpose in view nnd a desire to gain a livelihood, the undersigned has fitted up an elegant saloon in the basement of Merrell A Carter's new building on Second Street, Clearfield Pa. One of tho rooms is neatly furn ished with carpets, stands. Ac, and is designed for the accommodation of ladies. He has had consid erable experience in the business, and therefore flattors himself able to render satisfaction. Dunne thesummcr hcwillconstantly keep on hand thebest quality of Ice Cream and Cakes of various kinds. He will also keep a large stock of Candies. Xuts Oranges Lemons Figs, Dates. Prunes. Raisens! and fru.ts of all kinds generally kept m sueh an establishment Sardines. Spiced Oysters, Bolo-ne SMS; CrfIke"'IBoilej,l's- -. can be had at all times Aro Ale and Lager Beer. Cider. Lera onade.and all kinds of Summer drinks; toetuer Th- i rrSe nssortme"tf Cigars and Tobacco. rP,?bJ'5 re TcJfMy solicited to extend a liberal patronage, and to call in and try the arti cles on hand. ijnne2 R. B. TAYLOR. riU BS AND BUCKETSA variety just recelv J1cdaud for sale at WM. F. IRWIN'S. H AKPWAllE- A large assortment just receiv er od nd opened, and now for sale by Xovember 25- WM F. IRWIN. A OF PRIME BACON on band and for Baae oy v F. IRWIN. MLLOW BASKETS A i..r.,n hr,J r siue by fXov251 WM. F. IRWIN. 1T . TT t " . r - W -n assortment just received at the store trf lyv2jj -JKWIN. AL.t cf good Grindstones, with fixtures, forsala y JOHN PATIoy, Curweasviujr PROFESSIONAL. DO. CROUCH, PHYSICIAN. OlEee iTcur"-- wensville. . May 14, 18o6-tr w ILLIAM A. WALLACE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CLEARFIELD, PA. I J ACKSONCRANS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, J. Clearfield. Peewfa. Office adjoining his residence, on Second Strett, Olcarficld. August 1. 1S55. RJ. WALLACE, AfTORNEY AT LAW, Clearfield. Pa. Office for the present in the eastern end ef County Buildings. Clearfield, May 26. 1858.-tf. JD. M'ENALL ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clearfield, Pcnn'a. Practices in Clearfield and adjoining counties. Office in new brick addition, adjoining the rcsi' dencc of James B. Graham. August 1. 1S55. LARRIMER & TEST. A TTORNEYS A T LA W, Will attend promptly to all legal and other bu siness entrusted to their care in Clearfield and adi soining countiea. Clearfield, Aug. 6. 1858.. JAS. H. LARRIUErt. I. THT DR. M. WOODS, tenders his professional tT vices to the citizens of Clearfield and vicini ty. Residence on Second street, opposite tho of--fiee of L. Jackson Crans, where he can be found' unless absent on professional business.. Clearfield, May 14. 1856 3m. TIIOS. J. McCULLOUGII, ATTORNEY AT LAW and DISTRICT ATTORNEY', Clearfield, Pa., may be found at hw office in Shaw's Row, four doors west of the "Mansion House." Deeds aud other legal instruments prepared with prompt ness and accuracy. (Feb. 13 ly. DR. B. F. AKLEY, PHYSICIAN, Grahamton, Clearfield County. Pa.. tenders his professional services to the inhabitants of Grahamton and surrounding country he can at all times be found at hig Office, directly oppo site Mr. J. B. Graham's store, when not proics sionally engaged Apl. 25 V OUR TEETH A TAKE CARE OF THEM !! ..... ttuuuu ulo iv ma friends and patrons, that he is now devoting all f his time to operations in Dentistry. Those desir ing hisservices will find him at his office, adjoining his residence, at nearly all times, and always on In Jays and Saturdays, unless notified otherwise in the town papers the week before. N B. All work warranted to be satisfactorr Clearfield, Paul j 22. 1S5 7. ' PW. BARRETT, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Luthersburg, Clearfield county. P will attend promptly to all business entrusted tj kj"1: mar25-tf AMBKOTYPES.-P. C. PURVIANCE. Pro fessor of Photographic Chemistry. Gallery at his residence on 2d Street, one door South of Merrell A Carter's Tin-ware establishment, Cleir field. Pa. rSDays of operation: Friday and Saturday of each week june!b'5G JOSEPH PETERS, JUSTICE OF TnK 9 PEACE. CURWENSVILLE. Clearfield Coun ty, Pa., One Door East of ' Montelius Jr TtnEyeA's Store. All tu-.ir.css entrusted to Lim will be promptly attended to. and all instruments of writ ing done on short notice. April 7. 1S5G. TYKXTAL CARD. A. M. SMITH, offorshls -a-f proSessional services to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Clearfield and vicinity. All opera tions upon the teeth executed with neatness and despatch. Being familiar with all the late im provements he is prepared to make artificial teelh in the best manner. OCiee in Shaw'a New Row. Clearfield. Pa.. September 15. Is58. ULl. a. Jl. H1L ,S. rincirai tr. . i - 7 JfcT S. LAWRENCE'S NEW PAPER. 1. PRINTERS' CARD AXD ENVELOPS Y arehoiise. No. 405 Commerce Street. PhilaJai phia. I s- Cash buyers will find it for their intar est to call. January 6. lS5S-y. CONRAD A WALTON, 255 Market Street PhU a-elphia; Importers ard Dealers in Hard ware. Iron, NaiJs. Ac, Ac. They respectfully in vite the people of Clearfield, to continue thir f r ri. Aug. 1,1S55.-I y . COMMERCIAL nOTEL, No. 20. SouOa Sixth street, between Market and Chesnus, Philadelphia, has been recentlv opened for tho accommodation of the public. The house is in a central location, and has undergone extensive re pairs the charge pcrdav is Sl.25. D. BLAIR. Agt. MfaT, 5"EKSO.N HOTEL, No. 117 and 1 19 nd street, nhnv lr.h Ik;i- i-i-i.:- n a, - . , . 1 . .x l 1 I U 111, a. UIS liotel h '3 brcn rcfirf...! J opened for the accommodation of the travelin-' public It is looxro.I in nl., . .1 , " t .... '.il 1 ui I II U CUT, and every effort will bo made to make guests com- 1 j iuc uohsc. iMianune si, 33 per aav e . 1 . .i-s, i-roprietor. September 22, ls5S A VISE'S CHEAP WATCH AND JEWELRY STOKE. No. 72 North Sermn , site, the Mount Vernon House.) Pphiladelphia Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled. IS K. cases Silver Lever do., do.; Silver Lepine, do.; Quartier- Gold pectaclcs, Mlver do.; Silver Table Spoons. Sliver Desert do. : Si!i-6rTj jIa r..i r- ' 7 Gold Cases; Gold Pens and Silver do toth with a variety of fine Gold Jewelrv i:.i Vk Gunrd and Foo Chains. All goods warranted U bo as represented. Watches and Jewelry, repair ed in the best manner. Also, Masonio Marks, Pins, Ac. made to ordor.. i. 15. All orders V, . :i ... will be punctually attended to. i.V-i . 1 . - .' oml111 and Quiek Sales Philadelphia, April 25, 1S55. C US Q V EH ANNA HOUSE. rhe subscriber, formerly of the Exchange Hotel. I hilipsburg, having taken the aoove house, situat ' " ;r- c"" i;orough ot Curwensville. on the bank of the Susquehanna River, woul.' res pectfully announce to the travelling public, that he is fully prepared to accommodate strauo-cr and all others who may favor him with a call 1 he house is new. well furnished, large and com modious, and travellers will find every convenient necessary to their comfort Ample stabling is at- rnsviHe,Fcbruary 17. 1S53. MTS-ES nWSE. LUMBER CITY, signed notifies the public that he has opened'out the above nnmo.l 1. ....... 1 .1 . , . 1 - "!!, uu 1 nut ne is well pre pared to accommodato all who may favor him with a call. Th ln... j i t- commodious and well furnished, and no pains will - .-.v.v tcoutr satisfaction to guests. Ilia l.at 13 always supplied with choice liquors of all kinds. There is plenty of stabling connected with the house. He solicits a share of public patron-SC- : L. W. TEN EYCK. Lumber City, April 21. l5S-3m-pd. T3 ALL AV ANTING FARMS, see advertisein A of H am m on ton T.nnita Sir. S K-.o TO ALL WANTING FARMS, see advertisement of Hammonton Lands. Sept. 8 1S5S TO ALL WANTING FARMS, see advertisement of Hammontou Lands. . .Sept S 1S5 TO ALL WANTING FARMS, see advertisement of Hammonton Lands. Sent S 1H5S TO ALL WANTING FARMS, see advertiscme' t of llaiuinonton Lands. Sent R iSSi TO ALL WANTING FARMS, see advertisement of Hammonton Lands. Sont K-"i i 4 Il.C.BROCKEN, 22CtrjrSt.Nne.Yort, - W MAXrFACTt-REn i:tl cvdix-oi- i ruvj x-i-ii .... .. ".iui AltU Jlr.AN rl rh' .L,KsriNG BOTTLES. ETC Glass Waro . t"n PU' Dru-SSists- Perfumers, Photograph. etc Green Glass Ware bv the package. A liberal discount made to the trade. Orders from Country Druggists and Dealers solicited. Price ListsjwnUin application Aug. 4, 185S-3m. SUGAR. While and Brown sugaTliTbe"' had at ember 2,5. wj y. IRWiys"'