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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 October 1854

HE IHTSHAI'S JUMBAL. T5THG STATE NOMINATIONS : , FOR OOVEBXOX, Hon. James Pollock, of Northumberland County FOa CAXAIi COMMISSIONER, '-. ... Eos. Qeorge Dartie, of Allegheny County.. - - ' -"' . FOR SUPREME JCDGE, : ' . Hon. Daniel M. Smyser, of Adams County CLE.ARFIELD, PA., . Wednesday,' October 4, 1854. BIGLER'S ADDRESS. ... " Ve hope our readers will not fail to read 'our article in another column, in reference to the recent 'appeal' issued by Gov. Bigler.- Wc were compelled to write it hastily and im perfectly, nor could we occupy sufficient space, to treat the address as its length demanded. It nevertheless cantains some points, which will afford matter for reflection. Remember. That Gov. Bigler is in favor of the Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, and that his election will be hailed as a Nebraska Victory, as an endorsement by Pennsylvania of this "infamous Bill," which has-been' dc nounced by every true friend of Freedom. PHILADELPHIA. We have news from Philadelphia by which...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 October 1854

I -r- T1IE JOTJRiVAL. -BUSINESS ITEMS. CyLttera -of administration havo been granted to Jons Carlilo Esq., on the estate j of nifm E. Carlile, Ute : of Brady townsh Ip deceated. . '. -. c; EThoae . persona desirous -of purchasing a Taluabla property in the vicinity of thia place,, will find an excellent opportunity ly refferring 'to the advertisement of Joseph Lasich in another column. 27"Onr merchants and others visiting the ity will do well to call at Baiit a Brother's, 252 cbeurat St. and examine their splendid assortment of carpeting, floor oil cloths, mat tings &c &c. CyOur friend Robsbt Wti.cn has just re ceived a new and splended assortment of jew elry. "We hope our friends will give Robert a call. :. , ; rjyThe attention of Lumbermen and .others in invited to the sale of. a lot of splendid tim ber lands on Clearfield Creek. Apply to Ew SnoaMAKEK, Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa. CAlthough. a good deal of . business "was done during Conn- week, the new, splendid and cheap ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 October 1854

. I8! THE QBE AX BMW tfOIBlTJG SONG, ... j lU-' .-:, i .0 .'; AlB BWi WHTrWoW.? ? - -l' .-,?..- t..r.-'. L;.vii-t ,;..ir.'..-f:iY J.at'.AU Of all the many mighty things in this here Quaker City,' -.V; V--- ; : J ' " Of dark, and brown," and. blue-eyed girls,., with cheeks so plump and pretty ; Of all the wonders of the' day that's horrible or shocking, . J '' ' The greatest question of. them all is, who are the Know Nothings? ' ' "Chorus I don't know, Nor you don't know, Then don't yon ask me anything, ' . For I don't know. These men wear -white hats all turned up, and at yon boldly stare, sir,', " -They only speak with nods and winks, and never -""'-. comb their hair, sir, They beat both Whigs and Democrats, wherever they may go, sir, . - And if yon ask them any thing they'll answer, I don't know,' sir. . I don't know. Ac - The ladies, too, God bless their heart?, I, cannot help but love them, . For who with all their nods and winks, can ever be " above them, No,' they know their t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 October 1854

U 11 COMK AM TAKE ME. Dcvivinir. CLEARFIELD. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1851. NO. 15. VOL 1. RAFTSMAN'S JOFRNAL. Be." Jose3. Publisher. Per &r.nnm, fpayable in aivanoe.) SI 00 If paid within tf year, 150. Aflor the expiration of th yrar, 2 CO "o papsr dUooctinusd nntil all arrearages arc A failure la notify a di5ontfcuanc at th expi ation of the term subscribed for, will be eonaider-e-i anew engagement. " (Criginal iikral Cn!e. WJLITiaS TOR THE JOCRMAI.. THE camiQET sEccurD. CHAPTER III. Continued from laslveek.) Just as the rite ended, the door suddenly opened, and a middle-aged woman entered. Sbc fixed her eves, for a moment, on the youth who still stood on the floor, with his thoughts raised to heaven. At a glance, she seemed to comprehend what had taken place ; and, rush ing forward, threw her arms around his neck, exclaiming: "O, my son my son! heaven hath heard thy mother's prayers."' "Yc3, mother," said he, '-rejoice with me. My thoughts bid me hither to-night; and I am now o...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 October 1854

VJ is 1 i I M m 'tt a At 5. i 3 I '4 Hi! '111 I; . ? HI ( V MM j -L TIE MffSMft imUk r, . -7 "7 : . c lTf: a ii f 1 i: l n, p..r Friday, October 51,. 1354. We hope our friends will look over all uiscrepencies in this "number of the Journal, as the late election received all our attention, and since that event the disposition to "crow," entirely unfits ns for writing, or anything chic. Ilurra for Pellock and Americanism ! I HorsEiioLu Words. The October number of this valuable periodical is on our table. We recommend it to our readers as one of the very lest American reprints, of 'British literature. - Peaches. Wc hav to-thank some! ody, we dont know who. lor a lot of the finest peaches we have ever caused to disappear lcneath ur vest- The friend, or friend who sent them have our warmest thanks. Wc hope we shall leara.who it wa-s, that we l.tay look for a few more of the same sort.- Ifo Tickets in Brady. We have received a letter infoiming ns that there-was-not a single Whig ticket i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 October 1854

iUi 1 - . , , , . - -. ' ... t , L t .... . .; - . . . TJlE-JOUPtNAL t'i , . -,- "c BUSINESS ITEMS. -ft.!? i frFLettfers ef sdmiaisSratioo "have " been VriTitc-dto. Joas CablizV. Esct., on. the estate of : ITotm F.- erKle?. bite of Brady towussiiip . . . r-.- d?Those persons desirous of purchasing aralnaWe property in the vicinity t.f this place, will find an excellent opportunity by TX-tTerring- to the advertiseau-rrt tA JosT.rn .Laxicti in another ?oTum, . 7"OarWrchant.j and others visiting the city, will" do well to call atU.vii-T 4 Rhotheivs, t'yi chesnut St, and examine their splendid assortment of carpeting, floor oil cloths, triat- Vings &c See. - ,-. ; - : ROur friend Robert Welch has just re ceived a new" and splcudcd assortment of jew el ryi-: . We hope our friends will giva Robert a call. , ' . : . 7Tite atteiitionf Lumbermen and others U invited to the sale of a lot of splendid tim ber land on Clearfield Creek. Apply to Kdw SiiOKMAKETtEbeusburg, Cambria Co., Pa. X --...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 October 1854

Hi 11111 I 4 I' SI "I 1. 4 a; ; I! - -I' s ? If 15oiia!ar long. . POP GOES THE WEASEL. When d night walks in as black aa a sheep, And de hen and her eggs am fast asleep, Pen iato her nest with a sarpcnt's creep, "Pop goes the weasel." CHORUS, Ben form two lines as straight as a string, Dance in an out, and three in a ring. Dire tinder like de dnck, an sing. Pop goes the weasel." Oh all de dance dat eber was planned, . ; To gaWeniie de heel an hand, Dar's none dat mores so gay an grand, As "Pop goes the weasel." Jen form, etc. De Polka now pokes quite obsolete, Ie Waltx no more our time can beat; De Schottische am shot by defeat, (de fe-t,) Dea "Pop goes the weasel." Den form, etc.. "De wotld and all do rest ob mankind," .. Am in dis "progress" step combined, v, Kings, qweens, and comets all are jined In "Pop goes the weasel," Den form, etc. D loTer when he panU through fear, To pop de question to his dear, Be Joins dis dance, and in her car, "Pop goes the weasel." Den form, etc. Nap...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 October 1854

I iLffif-,, ,Jf ili.aj -10 h If" i ' i i COME AND TAKE ME In vivier. Y0L..1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER; 18, 1854. Hi NO. 16. . fi II I I T J A A. ,v , - - L I ' . -: ;-.-. - : v. n '.". !' '' ' . r- '. come and take me ih vivier. m TIE BAFTSIIAH'S vJlIlIAl. CLEARFIELD, PA; Wedatslay, October If, 1854 i- --...-..-.; k . Notice. . An eroneons impression has got abroad that ,11. Biciier Swoon, Esq." has abandoned the ! legal - profession,: and is now devoting his whole time to the editorial chair of this paper, The Journal occupies but' a small portion of his attention, and all those who have profes sional business with him, ; will find him ready and willing to attend to it, by calling atHiis office two doors East of the Journal office, u p stairs, in Graham's Row. , i- The absence of the Publisher, together with a very natural desire to rest a little after the labors of an exciting political contest, must be onr . excuse for' issuing a half-sheet, this week. Hereafter we shall is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 October 1854

I f: .1 n r- i - n - ; t it l u mi in l if A 1 ii IN ft ys i N 'i ; m u THE JOURNAL? BUSINESS ITEMS.' . i l '; C7" W"e call the attention of those interested- to the Auditor's J otice. in another column. """"""Those desKig sitljations" as ""SchooL teachers, will find an opportunity afforded by reference to. the .notice of the Piketownship Board of Directors. fW'e n,ever advertise patent medicines, Jbo4thefcB.ja for ague, of J. A. Palethorp jr, does not conic nnder the general laii, as we know it to be an almost certain remedy. 2s cure, pay 1. CiS"""Tbitf person, desirous of ' purch'aiing a valuable proicrty lii the yiejnity ;tf tbip place, will find an excellent " opportunity by refltrring ,' to tftc advert iscnjent of Joseph .Lasicu iu another coluiiin..." l.jl 1: :;j D"Ouracrolanti ad,., others .visiting the .city will do well ta call at Baiiy" a Bbotheb?, 252 chesnnt 'StrnntT exiiin? thefi splendid "assortment of carpeting, floor oil cloths,' tiiat- . ; ' - t - . -'(' - " ? : :',...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 October 1854

Jr ( m I I Id - - urx ii i r -ai ii ii mi ir it . 11-1 ii 11 ib-41 ir-a nil tra ryr r. 3 ifc uit. ........ fa j i ci iff if if ' f. if tf if -l l "f ii . -o'.-.-.-i-" .'r-3 I . w. ' - - ...-'.'.'.'..- : COME AND TAKE ME,-1)cvitib.;. ' V ' - - ' '' " ". " ' -. - ' ' -." VOL 1. ; CLEAimELl), Ei)AKSM . , . - K0. :17. fried 5orirtj. .PAT'S RETURN FROM THE POLLS. BaioacT. Com 9 Fatrick, me bomt, what m&xcs yo . ... afadTi ; ..... com 6 horn from th Seventh Ward rUd . Pat. Ah ! Bridget me dirlint, how uo I look gay. Wheu tio bloodj 'Know Nothings" have carried the day! They hare taken the country from Airland away, Acd O'Leary and Eiler no loDgr will sway . BaiDcir. Oeh! cheer tip, me Tat, whatyeaay can't be thru; ... But what makes yer face all over co blue? Prom ye'r head till yer fait ye are corertd with blood. And yer shirt looks a if ye'd been rowl'd in the i - mtsd! Tat. Ah! be jabere, me darlint, the rale Is too - - three, And I'll tell ye what.makes me face all over bine; Bat ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 October 1854

V ill initiia9 iiiMaa ii i 11 m 7 .,'( ' k ? 3 TIE EAPTSUAH S JflffRIAL; CLEARFIfiLD, PA., Welnealay. October 2. 18e4. . "The Editor will be absent for sometime, and we hope our friends will look over all er roT, as well as the lack of the usual quantity of editorial, until his return. He has gone to procure a new supply of paper, &c. .... , CL7Tlie Attorney General of the U. States is preparing to carry the Booth case (in which the Wisconsin court decided against the con stitutionality of. the Fugitive . Slave Law,) vp to the Supreme Court. Elk CorsTr Official. Pollock's majority 37. Mott, 704. Baird, 20. BircUy, 401. Cald well, 223. Against the Prohibitory Law, 23. ALEXANDER CALDWELL. , ...... It is rumor 3-1 that Mr. Caldwell's majority is 1,700. We have Elk official, at 229, which insures his election beyond a doubt, whatever may be the result in AIcKean. OFFICIAL VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. With only Potter and McKeanto hear from. Judge Pollock's majority is 2S.223. The whole vote i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 October 1854

ALdl mm TilE-JOURNAL:: V , BUSINESS ITEMS. CWe Call the attention of thoBe interested to tlveuditor's '.Notice in another column. ' ' 'jpTjxose desiring .. situations.; ia'- school t ehers will find in rrtiiniiy Tiflbrdcd by referance to the fcotice of the PioP.!,h,P Co&rd of Directors. ,' 1 - C7;Ve never advertise patent medicines, but the euro for ague, of J. A. Paletiiorp jr, does not come Under the general ban, as we. knew it to be an almost certain remedy. No cure, no par. ' : ' " v . ' CEJ-Those persons desirous of purchasing a valuable property in the vicinity of this place, will find an excellent opportunity by rcflerring to the advertisement of Joseph Lamch tti another column. JTT-Our merchants and others visiting the city .will do well to call at Bailt Brother's, 252 chesnut St. and examine their splendid "assortment of .carpeting, floor oil cloths, mat tings &c &c. jjyAlthough a good deal of business was done during Court week j the new, splendid and cheap ass...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 October 1854

ciisiiiiiisimi '3 I ,j H US mi Jli Iff ii 1 V II mi ill.. i r J mm i i i -. -THE OTHEir-SIDE JORDOX, T l-tW - -'-2.. a J C. ; , -ii! tJj ---- '-.- -t" i - . -i cvrrlfeY JOttS L. 2XSBX3L , . ," ... Oh, X roekV to da East, nd I look to de T7el, in I seed a might j big chariot a oomin, "' Wid forty gray horses a crack in oa do lead, For to take tts to de oder side ob Jordon. So I pulled off rny coat, and rolled up my -. v. sleeve, . Jordon am a hard road to trabel, So-1 pulled off my coat, and roiled" up lny i :.:.. : sleeve, Dere'a mercy on the other aide of Jordon I " ' believe. Den I lookee to dc Norf, and I lookee to de Scnf, An I spied a purty mighty flower garden. An old Fader Miller a blowin de clarionet, To i&rit-s us to the other side of Jordon. So I pulled. 4o. Joe Smith and Fader Miller dey got into a fight, An dere wa3 no one near for to part 'cut, nose. Fader Miller kicked Smith an he tumbled on hi An be akected to d udder side of Jordon. " So I palled, Ac. David and G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 November 1854

If, ! ' """"" COME AND TAKE JIE. Dcvivier. VOL. 1. CLEAEEIELD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1854. NO. 18- RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. ' Bex. Jones. Publisher. Tor. annum, (payable in advance.) . . SI "0 If paid within the year. 1 50 After the expiration of the year. 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the term subscribed for, will be consider ed a new engagement. BT REQUEST. Is it Anybody'! Business 1 The members of the "Mind-your-own-bnsiness Society" propose for consideration the following QrERIES. Is it anybody's business If a gentleman should choose . , To w;.'t upon a lady, If the lady don't refuse? Or, to speak a little plainer, That tho meaning all may know, Is it anybody's business If a lady has a beau? Is it anybody's business "When that gentleman does call, Or when he leaves the lady, Or if ho leaves at all? Or is it necessary That the curtain should he drawn To save from further trouble The outside lookers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 November 1854

".-. -St- i ;tt': II Hi HI I IF ill i f j I 11 I. YVI a - -1 ; mi . i - 3 rv- m ill a ; . I i .; h Li 7. v a tH-ii A. S TIE RA?TSMAM:S JOHRHAL 5f- CLEARFIELD, PA,,. ' Wednecdy, EovcralrcrT, 1854. ' Fird. On Saturday evening last, about 8 o'clock", the people of cur town ,: were thrown into quite an excitement from a 'bright light easiof this place, and ringing of bells. IC was generally supposed that a house or ' barn'was on fire, but after repairing in ; the direction from whence the light proceeded; it " was soon discovered to be a board-pile, lying ontlid bank of the river, belonging to F. P. Ilnrx thal. They bud been hauled and piled there for the purpose of taking them to market ns soon as the river would raise. There were about one hundred and fifty thousand feet burnt to ashes. . : A'man, living in that neighborhood, by the name of Benjamin Lounsberry was taken up on suspicion of having set tiro to the boards, brought to town and tried. lie was held to bail in the sum ol $100...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 November 1854

Ml THE JOURIAL; - s BUSINESS ITEMS. rIT7"X-ot It'ba publisheJ.ln Clearfield, I -t . It le known in Curwensville, let it lw proel limetl throughout the county, let it be wafted by the gentle beze along; the TTcst 'Branch of the Susquehanna, that Pattox & -Hiri'iK,-- liave just received the largest and best selected stock of goods ever brought to Curwensville. See advertisement in another column. , " E7"By reference to our advertising columns it will be sen that James 'A'lexaxdue, of Ty rone City, is prepaired to supply persons wish ing Oysters by the Can, at the most reasonable rates. 7A. & J. Patchin. have taken the store1 formerly owned hy John -Patch in & sons. They have just received a large stock of new Kds.' Sec advertisement in another column. ZPJ. P. Nelson & Co. take pleasure in in forming their old customers that they have just received a large stock; of Dry Goods Gro ceries &C..&C. , '' : 's COur merchants and others visiting the city will do well t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 November 1854

it 1; f. ''if t k i popular long. HOP DE DOODLE DO. Oh de India Rubber Overcoat, llop do doodle doo. Dc India Rubber overcoat, Hop de doodle doo. De India Rubber overcoat, 'lasses candy shoes, Nigger on de telegraph tryin' to read the news. Chorus Oh 'what's de matter, Susoy, Oh what's de master, my dear, Oh what's de matter, Susey, I am gwine to leave you now. Oh Simon had a son born, ' Hop de doodlo doo. Simon had a son born, Hop dc doodle doo. Simon had a son born, an' thought it was a daugh ter, A yalla gal, a Georgia gal, a big-bug in dc water. Oh what's de matter, Ac Oh Massa gib me jonny cake, Hop do doodle doo. Massa gib me jonny cake, Hop de doodle doo. . Massa gib me jonny cake, Missus gib me bread, Dinah kissed mo three times, an' killed dis nig ger dead. Oh what's de matter. Ac. Oh De ole mare she kicked high, Hop do doodlo doo. Dc ole maro sho kicked high, Hop de doodle doo. Dc ole maro she kicked high, de cows began to prance, Dc ole sow whistled a jig for do pigs to d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 November 1854

1 -, t -. li r COME AN1 TAKE ME. Duvivieb. VOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, NOYEMBER: 8, 1854. NO; 19. RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Be. Jones, Publisher. Per. annum, (parable in advance,) ?l 00 If poid within the year, 1 60 After the expiration of the year. 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the Utiu subscribed for, will be consider ed a now engagement. ' . From the Cincinnati Commercial. GENTLE BLUE-EYED TIAIDEE. I:V J. L. CIST. "Way down in Sangaiuonna county. Where Sangamouna river flows When summer comes iu all her bouuty. Hij.e with each fruit and flower that blows All up and down the wild, wild prairie, Ten thousand blossoms scent tho air. ; 'Twas there I loved a charming fairy, Herself the sweetc3t flower there Gentle blue-cyed Haidee. Loved Nature's child No flower so sweet and fair. you'll meet In afl tho prairiir'wild -Straight as an arrv. tall an blender, All lithe and graceful wad her form Meek as a c...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 November 1854

V 1 I ' " . . HI Elif 1115 I 1 r a V4 1; 4l 4. ft. ' TIE RAFTSIIAH'S JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., Weinetaay, November 8, 1854. K7 Those of our patrons who desire to pay their subscriptions, advertising, &c, with pro duce, can hare the opportunity.' SECRETARY OF STATE. Among others, we frequently hear the name of our friend Saxdeesox, of the Daily News, favorably mentioned for Secretary of State. Mr. Sanderson, is a clever fellow, has a thor ough knowledge of the politics of the State, and would no doubt make a good officer. L GOV. POLLOCK AND THE PRESIDENCY. "We see that a large number of our exchan ges have hoisted the name of the lion. James Pollock, as the American candidate tor Pres ident in 1856. Although we regard the move ment as premature, at this time, we are still in favor of Pennsylvania taking a high posi tion, and embracing the first opportunity to furnish one President ; and we know of no man surround with more auspicious circum stances, or who has a stronger hold on ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 November 1854

iai nil 1111 isainia THE JOUETfAL, - BUSINESS ITEMS. CAfc presume most of our citizens reccol Icct an estimable young man named J. B. Booxe, formerly of this county. He may now lie found at the large and splendid Boot and Shoe House of Boker, Brotuebs Jokes, No. 153 & 160 Market St., Philadelphia, where he will be happy to meet Lis large circle of Clear field acquaintances and to accommodate them with a cheap and elegant stock oj city and eas tern made boots and shoes. : Give him a call, he's a clever fellow, and is with a good firm. We were much pleased, on our recent visit to Philadelphia, by the appearance of J. H. Paiethorp, Jr's Chemical and Drug estab ment at No- 80 South Second St. Those of our Merchants, Druggists and Physicians who desire to lay in a good and cheap stock, can not do better than call on ilr. Palethorp. E7"Orposite the Red Lion notel in Philadel phia, at 245 Market St., there is a large and elegant Quecnsware establishment, not surpas sed by any similar H...

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