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Clearfield, Pa January 16,1842.
0:Y -Our thanks aro respectfully tender
ed to Hon. ALFRED GILMORE,' fgt. valua
ble Congressional Tairors.
Tho constituents of this gentlemen will
ho pleased to learn that their' faithful rep
resentative is now at his seat in Washing
ton, from which he was absent for several
weeks on account of , the severe illness of
11 It. T
, ere ll*
KrHis Excellency Governor BIGLER,
and lady, lea home this morning for Hay
risburg, where they expect to arrive to
morrow evening. A special train of cars
will bo at Tyrone to conduct them down,
KrThe first three days of the present
• eels were almost as cold as any we have
had this winter. Thri-river is again cles
cd with ice.
TUE Lv.otsweruntt.—Wo announced
the organization of the Legislature in our
last, and the election of J. S. Ruzy,Dem
vcrat, Speaker of the House. Wm. Jack,
Democrat, of Westmoreland, was elected
The Senate was organized by electing
J. H. WALKER, Whig, of Erie, Speaker.
Nothing of importunes hao yet trans•
pired in either House.
TIIE aPOCKET•PIECE VETOED.—On
Friday last Governor JOUNSTON sent to the
Senate hi's veto of the bill repealing the
fith' section ofthe Act of 1847, which for
bid the use of our jails for the temporary
confinement of fugitives from labor. The
reasons assigned by the ._Governor are
not altogether original, but are about
as fallacious as any ever urged by sensible
men,. We have not room for it in this
(3 ' 'The Forrest divorce case has occupied
the time of the Supreme Court of New
York for the last month, and is not yet fin-
Our readers will find in our paper to
day the lust (and certainly the least) an
nual messaged Governor JOHNSTON. Its
brevity will'afford every reader an induce
meat to give, it a thorough perusal, and it
is therefore unnecessary that we shoUld
do more than to respectfully call their at
attention to it.
We cannot refrain,, however from ex-
pressing our deep regret that the Governor
should again 'call up his favorite subject of
small notes, and urge the passage of a
law authorizing their issue by the banking
institutions of our own State. There may
be other topics in the inessago eqnally ob
jectionable; but this measure has many
advocates, in both political parties, and
nothing but the watchfulness and unceas
ing vigilance of the people will prevent the
evil that would follow such mischievous
Wo have between thirty and
forty millions of dollars -more specie in
our country this day than we had a year
ago, and every man should know the fact
that nothing but the superabundance of
paper money keeps this specie from circu
lation among the people. If there was
more real value in paper than in the arti
cle which it only claims to represent, there
might be some reason for trying to keep
gold and silver out of circulation. The
excuse is, that the lawof 1850, forbidding
the circulation of small notes of !Anita' in
othes States, is disregarded in certain
sections. If this is true, make the law
more binding,.and compel the enforcement
of its penalties. This is all that is wanted
But if the circatation of this contraband
-- 'currency is en evil (and the Governor
.treats it as such) will that evil be.cured by
adding another to"it 7 Tho Governor says
thatthls foreign trash—about the solirency
.of the institutions issuing them we know
nothing—will be'drivon home by our own.
But this is a mistake. They would still
remain with'us,'and would be peeping out
of every " shrew - d speoulator's pocket, and
when they would' , finally 'become so torn
and dirty• es' to be 'unable to show oven
the:State they came from, they would in
liinectfsesoutof ten,,be found in the,hands
--- .soMe honest, hard-Working poor-man.
As well Iparwe,expeet to see our Califor
nia golsit drivet! out of circulation by the
drat arrival of the yelloW stuff from Ans.
tralia. Two currencies of equal value
may circulate together ; but experience
has abundantly proven that wherever there
is a difrer . e . nce that of the least value_ will
- f.KS paid to the labeling and indu.strial
r. We have every confidence in the integ
.-rity of the present Legi:slature, and think
that no such mischief need be 'apprehend-
F4Alk their bands Besides this,e . fter
day next, the people. will ,have a Chief
• Magiatrate whose feelings and teachings
tire more in unison .with their own Olf this
vita topic; :and thOi'mai feel themselves
compratively 'safe for 'at' least threoettiti
TUE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE.
. . . . . . . ,
The imam' of deaths thaiVecbrred in is sold for $40,000 ; the proceeds invested
the city of New York, for the year ending in gin; the gin transported to France, and
Dec. 31, 1851, was 16
there sold for $60,000 ;that sum again in-
. ,610. .Of which vested in silks, which are transferred to
number 2,223 died of consumption, 1,085 England, and there exchanged for cotton
of inflamaticn of the lungs, about 1,000 of goods of the value of $50,000, which the
dysentery, and 513 by accidents. vessel returns home. The custom-house
The number of emigrants/for the same books would, in this case, exhibit an export
period, was 289,601,•being an increase of of $2O 'OOO ! and an import of $60,000,
and according to whip arguments, an in
about 77,000 over the previous year. debtedriess by the country forth() difference
The number of vessels that arrived was' between the two amounts—a fallacy which
3;888—of which 2,381 were American. ..1 has often been exposed. The proposition
The number of vessels built and launch- • may be stated in various ways ; but all.
ed at New York, during the same period,
agree in c, the result of proving the fallacy;
. iof any argument based upon the figures of
I was 81, measuring 65,038 tons. Of these . the custom house books as to the real con
-39 were steam, and 42 sailing vessels. dition of the trade of the country, and that
'rho value of merchandise,..zoceiveil at i it is not possible to ascertain from tbern,
with any degree of accuracy whether the
New York for the - same period, was $131,.
balance is for or against us."
229,663, on which there were paid duties This is conclusive. But it may be
amounting to $31,079,209. added, by way of clinching the nail, that,
There wore 342 fires in the city during since the foundation of our government to
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the year 1851, destroying property to tne ,tae present time, the amount ofour foreign
amount of $1,144,526. . i imports has exceeded our exports by some
750,000,000 dollars; which, according to
The whole number of persons commit-
the logic of the protectionists, would make
ted to prison during the year was 16 '11 3, the United States at this time just that a
of whom 10,003 were white men and 4.71 I
0 mount poorer than they were in 1791 ! !
white women, 626 black mon and i 431 [Lynchbu
— rg _Republican.
black women. Thus showing that while
tho blacks constituted only about one-fifli-
eth - part of the population, they commit
about one-sixteenth part of the crimes,—
"A very instructive fact," says the writer
from whim the above facts are taken, "and
one admirably calculated to show the value
of freedom to the negro, usit affects his mor-
al position, and, of courso, his general com
fort and happiness.. -In the South, where
the black is in his proper sphere, the case
is exactly reversed."
C* - The Bostonians , seem to have a
strange way of punishing offences. An
exchange says the other day a man was
knocked down by the wind of a locomotive
at ono of the crossings in that city, when
he was taken into custody by the police
and sentenced to twenty-four hours im.
prionment, It is not said what was done
with the locomotive.
The Troubles in Utah—Plurality Wife System.
A long document addressed to President
Fillmore, has been published by Chief
Justice Sa m'J. G. Brandebury, Judge Perry,
A. Brocchus, and B. D. Harris, Secretary
of Saucer Utah, in reference to the reasons
that led them to abandon their official posts
at Salt Lake City, and come on to Wash-
ington. It is, however, but a repetition, in
an extended form, of the statements that
have already been made. The hostile and'
seditious feelings of the Mormon Governor,
Brigham Young, and the Mormons general.
ly, to the United States government and
its officers, are said to have been such as
to make longer stay there not only danger
ous but impracticable.
The officers repeat the charges of pro
fanity, blasphemous allusions by, Gov.
Young to the death of General Taylor, and
contemptuous defiance of the government
of the United States. The Mormon Gov
ernor is also said to have abused Washing
ton at a public meeting, saying that "he
was a greater man than George Washing
ton ;" that he "know more than George
ever did." &c. The excitement of the
people became so great that the officers
,their lives. Misappropriation
of the United States funds is another of the
charges brought against Gov. Yodrig,.—
The vice of polygamy, according to these
recreant officials, has reached an outrage
ous height- We extract the follcming, in
reference to this point, from their letter to
"We deem it our duty to state, in this
official communication, that polygamy or
"Plurality of gives," is openly avowed and
practised in the territory, under the sanc
tion and in obedience to the direct com
mands of the church. - So universal is this
practice, that very few, if anv, leading
men in that community can be - found who
have not more than ono wife each, which
creates a monopoly, and which was pecul
iarly hard upon the officers sent to reside
there. The prominent men in the chtirch,
whose example in all things it is the am
bition of the more humble to imitate, have
each many wives, some of them, we are
credibly informed and believe, as many as
twenty or thirty, and by Brigham Young,
the Governor, even a greater number.
, Only a few days before we loft the terri
tory, the Governor was seen riding through
the streets of the city in an omnibus, with
a large company of his wives, more than
two thirds of whom had infants in their
arns—a sure sign that the evil is increas
ing.. • It: is not macommon to find two or
more sisters married to the same man; and
in ono instance, at least, a mother and her
two daughters are among the wives of a
1 leading member of the church. The prac
tice, regarded,and punished as a high and
, revoltinc , crime in all civilized 'countries,
would, of course, never be made a statuary
drone() by a'Motmon Legislature ; and if
a crimO nt common law, the court would
be powerless to correct the - evil with Mor
The. document shows a most monstrous
state'of social as well as political morals
in Utah. -1 . - J
TO ;BALANCE OF TnADE.—The fallacy of
the argument employed by the Whigs and
protectionists in 'support of a tariff, that a
nation is improverished just in proprtion
as its imports exceeds its expertsos effect
ually exposed by a correspondent of the
Wasingten‘ Union; in the following brief
The Balance of Tracle.—Suppose a
vessel 0,011 from New York with a cargo
of-flour valued , at s2o x ooo. for the West
In,dies, and on its arrival there, that it is
dispesed 'cif 'for fifgo,o,oo • sugarl Purahased
SOME Gums, in kissing, purse up their
mouths as if they were about to perform
on the flageolet. Thisis wrong. Kissing
is a luxury that should be indulged in with
"an appetite," and not nibbled at as if it
were "a pizen."—N. Y. Dutchman.
ANOTHER SCI EN 71FIC WON DER PErstrt
n Artificial Digestive Fluid, or Gastric J t otco !
A great Dyspepsia Curer, prepared from Rennet.
ul the fourth Slinincli of the Ox, slier directions of
Baron Leihig, the great Physiological Chemist, by
J, S. Houghton, 51, D., NO. I 1 north Eighth Street,
Philadelphia. Pa. Tiny 18 a truly I,vunderlut rem
edy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver
Complaint, constipation, and Debility, curing alter
nature's ov% ti method, by nature's own agent, the
Gastric Juice. See Ad vertisement in another col
MARRIED—At Clearfield, on Thurs
day evening, the 15th inst., by the Rev.
Miles T. Merwin, Mr. JOHN F. WEAVER,
to Miss REBECCA, daughier of A. B. Reed,
On Thursday, Dec. 11th, by Rev. C.
Jeffries, Mr. Philip Miller to Miss. Eliza
beth Stott, all of this county.
On Thursday, Dec. 2,5 A, by tno same,
Mr. Thomas V. Weinright to Miss Eliza
bf:th Lamour, all of this county.
On Monday, Jan. sth, by the same, Mr.
John Low to Miss Lydia Beck, all of this
DIED—On Friday lust, in Frenehville,
very suddenly, MICHAEL SCHNELL, aged
n""A correct sketch of the life of the
deceased would fill a volume of stirring
interest. Ho was among the number who
sought our inviting shores as a refuge from
the wrongs and oppressions of the old
world, during the first feiv years of the
present century. We believe he was
native of the city of Hamburg, and served
in the wars of Europe, first against the
French, but being made prisoner, after
wards espoused the cause of Napoleon, and
served through several campaigns up to
the battle of Austerlitz, at which place, we
believe it was, he was severely wounded.
He then returned to France, and married
a wife in the city of Lyons. He has re
sided in this county for twenty-three or
NOTICE TO COLLECTORS.
ALL Collector. fur MO. and for farmer yeap. WllO know
thomsevor to ftrfOlifl Mu sequd.t (.1 to pay to the Tioarur
or the whole amount of thew_du plicate.. on or ',afore the next
Fatimaly . noun. 'Muse who neglect chic police can have an
opportonity of peeing eoroecort loth(' lillevittroon alter court.
r!iud sumo of the Collector. fur 11111 had better keep a loot cut
for that. Officer. fly °retool the Commkutiners
G. Lt. (1001)LAN DER.
A Tavern htand and Farm
FOR SALE ott RENT.
THE duhsoriberso&r. for sale the wall known TAVERN
Bl'Abill kricwo as the
JEFFERSON LINE HOTEL,
Situate adjoining tho Jettosou county line, to Brady town.
stdp.C.oraticld ouuaty on the turnpike road trading to Erie.
The house is large and cornaunt,ouy, en d we ll li lte d a, got a
Timm clause, with litobling.N.u.. rabidly& Theis is ()NE
nutsintvi) weals or 1..1 attached to it, of a good quo,
it, fur farming purpose,. if riot sold soon it will be rented.
Palomino will be gives on the fiat day of April next
For further particulars. apply to tha subscr ß. ibor at Clea ßAlLltt.Trfield.
/Ronan , 16, nu
SLEIGH FOR SALE.
A 0001 ) t3UIIi3II[3TIAL BI.E10!1 ref 1331 e. Empire
73n 15 1552. 11Ubi1E13.43
Estato of Isaac Bally, dcc'd.
NTOTICE 1111111113 Y GIVEti. That betters or Admin.
/.11 titration on tho estate of Is Hails, Into or PIIIP town
ship. Clen.field coo nty. deceit/at% hare been granted to the
subscrib immed i ateerw indrhiod to sold estatearo requested
to make pas meet—and all who have claims against
said swots are requested to present them duly authenticated
Estate of Wilson McClure, dec'd.
NTOTIOE IS fl.EllEllY GIVEN, That Letters of Admin.
L 'straiten lame been granted to the subscribers on the (;.-
tale of Wilson fil'Clure. tate of Me [sweatily' Clearfield
coon' y. deceased. All persons indebted to sa id will
therefore make immediate payment. and those having claims
regains , said estate ate wrested tomemo. them duly anthem
heated for settlenwnt. Upbeat W. ht'N aut. at Ontvransvllla.
will give the business attention at aII times.
it. W. 111 . 14AUli. Admlnisttatar.
MARY fiI'CLURE. Admits istratrit.
Carwenivitla, Dec.2o. P 331.
Estate of John W. Miller, dcc'd.
NOTICE 1 II enrol , nIVEN. That Letters of Admin•
i i tiation have bo n Issued to the setnenber. on the °dole
of John W. Miller, late of deccaria towsisthp, deoenzed. All
Parsons Indebted to add inlet* will therefore wake Innnalinte
payment—end thins haying claims ay. Ma the same. aro re
quested to present them to the- subscriber lo Ilecceria town.
ship, duly au.heutlaatad for eettkiuseut. Immediate attentson
Is required to thiz notice. its 0 Tiler that the estate may be settled
LIONAL W. WELD. Mixer.
Saccade township. Jay.15.1652—pd.
In the Sadiery Business.
FLEMING dr STERLING respectfully announce tc; their
frier ds and the public in general, that they have entered
Into Co•Veri nubbin in tho above hotness. Co rwensville.—
Their shop le on blots street, &Toth° elootield's hotel, lately
occupied by D. S. Fleming, where they have on hand
are always prepared to make at the shortest notice, all &m , ica
In their 10 of businew. inch as
Saddles, Side- Saddles, Har
tttt. ness, Gears, Aiding and
All of which they will warrant to tri• mace in instated and
WORKMENprd' styles. As they are both EXPBRIDDICED
they feel satis fi ed that they can-grve general
satisfaction. - • •
Their terms are liberal—and they will take In a:Ubangi/. for
work all Merchantable Prodacia.sncb as Beef Diders.i.dimber.
Grain. &U., and oven CAtrill not refused.
They, would respectfully smite the public to ca ll and exam
hie Dieu stock and aviatat remadves.
. D. S. FI.EMINP.• •
Ouprensville, ;ask. 8, e..1311.441,1fi.0.
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES ,
, • of
ARTHUR HELL, Esq , Tremor - it of Cleastintd county, In
neaouns with gala county from the 7th of January, MOO
the7th of &mum, anti, incluslve,
To nm't received from owner, of Unseated Lands. eati 113
To amount received from Cutlacton, - ,
.; g,r4.1) 133
balsuoo of floral fund for !bait a. 11147 nacalott
for, uow transferred to county,
To balauco dna county at last settlement,
Valance dap its', 801 l funs county ,
fly amount paid Jnrora. 4 968 01
By amount of 15Iaction Expenna. 643 WI
By am nut otConstalitus' wagia.lso fill
lly amount paid ganarors, . Oil 84
13y amount paid County 42cramissior.en, 261 40
By amount paid Road Viewers. 129 00
By amount paid Prothonotary. 152 lb
fly amount paid 1:lorit to Commissionary. 148 72
By amount void fog coats In Common flout, n 8 86
lly amount paid lot Foot and !Stationary. 112 10
By amount paid County Audliots. 27 V)
By amount raid far Vona's. 251 611
Ely amount paid on Printing contras', CO
O m it
lay nrnonnt paid for Counsel, W
Ily amount odd Court Layer.
[By amount paid elherili. •.. 89 22
fly amount paid fot Panther. Pox and Wolf Fordo, 179 87
fly amount paid lot Iquitos. 67 bil
lly amount paid late 'Promo ier, tho balance due. 10 LO
fly amount paid for mustione' fen, Lar CO
1 Hy amount pawl for Jail fem. 18 21
1 114 amount of exoneration to Colleaton 75 41)
Ily amount paid tor Auditing Prothonotary's account% 12 1.11
lly amount paid on potation of Lot No. 74. 800 00
lly croon u: paid on J utlsement clue Aundemr. 316 07
117 arouliut itettadod, 04 ea
Ity amount :mid for riuneying
try amount of Peel pad [Patriot Attorney General. 23 I '6
Ur amount endued to 'l' retinter and placeu on uri
nated Ilet lur co i lection.
rrounreg's per cent, on [17.71)7 81 at 13[ per Gent .
Outstanding Debts due County.
From Owners of Unreored Leads. 22.214.171.124 00
From James ILLII, Jr., Lol' ro 1 Jordan. 1817. 101 07 $07 '19
F lor r o om m l4 l9l . l B op er A n ntes d d : ' rtu f w n entr jB dt . D 7 IS 0934 Ila
Erom David Lou do Fox do 1 .lo
From AtJ'ur Nueocer do Peon do 804 169
From listu'l Spout:sr do Pike do •63
From Jos. rabies do 'Wigs 1849. 14 48
From Ibrvid Luz do t.imulleld do 17.01
From J McMurray do purnsi3o do 1:.1 34 11 7i
From *lams Persica do Cost do 116 61
From D. Ilutgeny do covlngton do 161
From Thomas Fenton do Pena do 41 77 ob
From J. bauderha do sled DIIO 41 711
Prom 11.'1 tuner do Boggs do 79 13 13 23
no a 11. Gcodmoder 413 HMI,' du 4189
From James 51Evistu do Buintalo do 117 69
Frain 4. P. Mort do Ferguson mo 6VO
From A. A flood du Goshen do 474
From T. Wit beroW do Jordan do 38 08
From W. P. Fulton do Lawrence do 811
From J. Hothrodt du Morris du 31 43
From Won Irvin do Fite (13 114417 • 61
From 17. W Noir do ~Wootrard do 29 .0 'BO 70
From E Haymaker (10 Betlearlft 18a1 117 or 104
From ii. Brads du 11411 do 170 73 11l lib
From 15500 Mess do Bores do 03 lt 49 Sid
From Wm. Graham .ir do Hrothord do r,2 07 84 84
From P. ithiler do Brady do 43 47 4ni
From Jho Young do Ilarnside du 1:93 07 69 e 8
From Elias hard do Chest do ul 05 ,U ob
From 7 / a vid krodlet do 1 ovingtor. du 81 89
From George titutz rt.) Decatur do lb 51 II 12
From W. 61oCrae en do Ferguson do 80 s 3 110 1.9
From J(7 Bundy do Fox do B4 11 49
Front Charh %blignot. do lifrord do 81 74
From 13. W. Graham do Gosh.m do 49 93 18 58
From '1 homanlle mu do r onstuo do I'l4 el ti 7u
From David toselset do Clontheld do 811 47 1.4 lai
Four David lh'itlianas do Jordan do 149 79 lu 76
From Wm. Wadi:ens do 1 orshous do 47 74 11 74
F•orn Robert Owens do Lawrence do 11.0 91 110
From .Iro.ls 1 , 1 Ise do 51orns do 119 6.1 83 53
From 11. b 'Jennie do Venn do lil 99
From Job Erglond do rite do 603 44 28178
From M. llollopator do I 45m11 do 115 71
From T. Deradorson do % oud'ard do 11 . 89 78 ir.
Er 587 41 LOW Et
Outstanding Orders, 1 552 43
Arthur Bell, Treasurer, in account with
Townships for Road Tax.
Amount of Head Tux received and paid out for
1850 and 1851, us per statement herewith utt•
nosed, viz :
Ain't, Pd. Aml, Ree'd.
Borough of Penfield, 22 00
Becarin towdship, . 407 488
Bell township, 21 66 21 65
Bnggs township, 28 48 28 48
Bradford township, 23 41 23 44
Brady township, 77 88 88 89
Burnside township, 9 00 9 00
Chest township, 9 71 64 95
Covington township, 19 10 19 10
Devator township, VAI 65 34 41
Fox township. 03 0 0
Girard township. 9
Goshen Tuvrisship, 132 01
illusion township, 55 60
Jordan tov‘innup, 44 48
Karhaus township. 91 01
Lawrence Township, 65 28
Morr.s township, 6 98
Pik(' township. 5 73 25 41
11'oodwaril town , hip, 7 22 7 22
limn township, 1 41 95 92
636 05 821 85
Bal. Due road fund,lBso '5l 188 80
Road Fund fur 1818 and '49
'hal duo from lob' bottlo't. 107 22
By ain't pd. Bucurta tp. 2 22
f !tient tp. 20 60
Covington tp. 12 98
Fergtmot tp. 4 81
(100 ten tusvi:altip, 3 50
Jordan ip. 16 92
Kartliatil tp. 13 90
Balance due Road Fund
fur 1848 and 1849
Balance due Road Fund liar '59-'5l
Total Road Fund due, 221 U 5
Cr. By amount paid F,G, Miller, as
per his receipt in lull for balance. 221 05
Arthur Bell, Treasurer, in account with
Received from unseated lands, including balance
due at lust settlement, viz. DR. CR.
Amount paid Becaries District. 65
Amount paid Bell District 39 24 55 19
Amount paid Borough, 2 99
Amount paid Bradford, 24 16 28
Amount paid Boggs, • 18 61 44 69
Amount paid Brady, .61 56 74 24
Amount paid Burnside, 22 69 22 24
Amount paid Chest, 44 68 42 83
Amount paid Covington, 3 10 10 83
Amount paid Donator, 32 70 32 70
Amount paid Fergusin, 7 'lB
Amount paid Fox, 3 90
Amount paid Girard, " 30 3 04
Amount paid Goshen. 180 21 84
Amount paid Iluston, 44 16 44 16
Amount paid Jordan, - 15 77 2 32
Amount paid Multiunit, 03 6 61
Amount paid Lawrence, 08 11 88
Amount paid Morris, 12 30 19 35
Amount paid Penn, . 9 15
Amount paid Pike, , 22 15 29
Amount paid Woodward, IC3 43 110 51
Amount paid Union, ' 288 67 13
Bulanco of School Fund duo Aistricts and Treasurer
as fellows i Duo from Treas• Duo Tre3ll3 from
Bolt ' 15 95 Recearia, 65
Borough, 2 99 -Burnside, 40
Boggs, . 26 05 Chest 1 85
Bradfon!, 16 04 Llusion
Brady' 14 68 Decater
Covington, 7 73 Jordan, 14 45
Deeater. ' Woodward, -52 92
Ferguson 798 _
Fox, 3 90
Girard, 2 '74
Goshen, - 20 54
Karthaus 6 58
Lawrence, 11 80
Morris 7 05
Penn, 9 15
Pike, 15 07
Union, - . 64 25 ,. . .
Duo Dis'ts. 75 , 27.3 i To :.Duo Treas l Lino 27 .
Duo School Disiticts '45 . 23z 50
Am't, pd, F. G. Miller, as per roc'ts. in full. 232..50
lINTE th e undersigned Comentstioners of Clearfield county.
g g having examined the automata of DELL,
Tretuuter or eala county lot DOA. Do certify. that we hod
them as above itated--and that the outstanding dentition the
county amount to Five , thousand five Mindful and e•i,ghty.
seven dolor, and fortY•one cents •
Witness oat hands this lihh day of January. A D.. 1812.
BANUE.t. WAY.' •
' AtilD(Atit DEL Cou.neiti.
1•1111.1 P 11.EVENEtt,
Attest—G. D. GOODLANUICA. Ueit. . • •
WAITE the undersigned AuditorsofCloarfietdcountr. having
V examined the accounts of ALM:ilt BEMs: Treasurer
ofeleartistd county lot the year 1851. Las report, that the ao.
counts areas above stated—that the county of Cloarliald is In
dbbt to said Treasurer the sum of $1454.1..and that saidTreas
user aas paolnver to his Bugs:moor Orme th revi s ion mount
of Bead and kohoolgoontytonnd.by outset'o bolo
ids bands, and that the outstanding debts due the panty
amount to PAO dollon had el cents. •
Witaoss our hands this Atari day_ofJeosuary. A..' R.. / 13 5 2 ..
' KU Arl.
• if. - Witatil4l4 4 1141 ° 11 '
gest—A U. 8111A.P7, Cpg. , •
BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF CLEARFIELD
LEONARD & MOORE
MDROHANTS AND LAISIIIEII. DEALERS—SmII
utreot, vet WOQII Market acd Locust—Vow
Dee. tJ. IHII.
• J. H. JONES;
cm*: & [ lour ftlitKEß—Aojoruina 1:14 reoldene4 on
10 Ida:4ot, botweeu Third and Fourth ahooti,—Uluarlodu,
Deo. 4:), Ibsi.
JAS. B. GRAHAM !
POST MASTER , MERCHANT and DEALER IN LUM
BER—Grahamton. Bradford township
• Me. IT,
m B e R ,
Li c a '
a A i N i
d T .Lo A u gp it k e u u m tti a t rti ld . A LER—Corner
'ADDLER AND HARNESS 61AKL113.-1n his now chop
1.7 on Market street. nous Monall's
WALLACE & HILLS,
El , Erni!,Ens OF FOREIGN ANL) LAIMESTIC titEk-
MAL Oil ANL/WE—et E'llow's old Blaud—Glentfleld.
uocyr sHoEmAKva—Weit end of Show'a Row on
/LP Mnihnt ettet.t--thourlitki.
J. L. HUNTER,
lAMILE!: or routouN DOMEbTIO MEPANIAN.
UNE —blat ket Itteet. lwo (loots went of Morrell I. hotel
VASIIIONABLE TAll.tnt—ln tihew's How, on Market
street., inont,Jiately over the rout We—Clearfield.
A. K. WRIGHT,
a MICH/INT AND EXI'Llf , ll l / 1 !: 126.96.36.199:11 IN
Uorutr of the llmaakrid—Clettil) hi.
Leo, 111, 1851,
G, C. PASSIIIOItE,
131..At:KH111111—tit tt.a Uld Foundry —Cumveuivillu.—
LiO Priure 'Boit (ha times. Mu. W. INS'.
RICHARD MOSSOP )
vol BTAILER D I.)OhIE.STICDIEI:-
L AN LKIEMIS—A: Uo'' eh
Mend. n'sn, on the west eine or 2t: street. Deo. 3n.tia.
G EO. RICHARDS,
1A Th(fl ABLE TAILOR—West oud of Shßw's (tow
1: LIT) s eld. Dec. 00. IbJ .
& door in :.‘hriwi's Row on
LI ?Anglia ari-bl--Cloarliniii. Mu. dJ, 1651.
MRS. ELIZA IRVIN,
VXTENtIIVE RETAIL. Da OF Fi)touGN AND DO
I_ll n.cAtie AltichaLd.zs---Eaut end strut-I —4:urweru
villa. Deu 1951.
AtlJ DBALEIL IPI LUIVIIMII AND
LTI Country ro.!orre sentralLy—State street. between Cherry
tool Loeust—Curtvensville. Dec. U.
G. W. TURNER,
reAVIIONARLE TAlLua—At tho northwest earner o
Front and bleukot streets. Deo. 30 ISM
GEO. W. It EEM
Q.. MIDLER, HA TRUNK, MANUFACTURER
—4.ln Thud Waft betwcen Maitet anl Loam'.
Ilea. a), 1831.
I. L. BARRETT,
11RPRCIIANT. LUMBERMAN AND GENERAT, PBO
-11.11. WILE ERALER—At Burette wets. h. Cirurf eld
Brides Leo. 130. 183 i.
D. S. PLATTMER,
"TAILOR—New WasLingtoa. Burniide townifilp. Clear
1 lima county. December k 9, 1831.
JOHN FLEGAL, •
rz I diettNtil ITll—Lutheribtug Wagons. Itaggire. &c
Neatly Tuned on the abcotost notice 11 , -o IV, nsit.
CEO. B. GOODLANDER,
WACON-MAl(llll—LuthorsbuTc. Work .:C.G.3 to order
on shint notice, and OD good terms. DP c •.:11 '5l
A. L. SCHNELL,
TAlllt—Luthenburg.—will sib his work just as root! act.
as uhrop, Os :soy other fellow. D„,,, J. NS.
KSMIT, ac JUSTICE OF THE I'MACE—Lutti
P , ‘ II 1)00 IVhl.
17 RON-POLI 4 .1 ttElt unr Lothenburg—wnere all rotte of
td&toug*WCl made at Urs boat material, and on ootsunank
THOMPSONS, HARTSOCK, &
I RON-F(UN DEUS—Comm vino, Au'estenc Ye tlzott
meta aCastiugs mad° io 1N.:1
CHAMBERS & KLEPFER.
ATI/EHLWItIGHT at CIIAIHSIAKERS.
Pmt Pike,uwelhip. Dec :V.
821.83 813 85
B. F. STERLING,
ABl . 1 1
.3t a A liNISIgK IL It e dJL 11g11 01SV1 ,
urwe e bee . .
ROBERT Mc NAUL,
TANNER—AIibi ULD STAND in Curwoutvilln.
H. P. 'IHOAII'SON,
1.3 I YSICI &N—Muy be round either at hi. office, or at Sea.
hutel--Conirdoodie—when not not oroletatonalli
Lira. 'tH teat.
;OUT and tiLithEMAKEW—Carwansville.
Ilea. W. Ihsl
WM. W. FLEMING,
rhYSTEN. SALOON. EATING-11(.41E5E and CON , 'EC-
Tr.)INIA lir —Car Neorvidn. Deo. 23, MI
EDW. B. PATTON,
rIAIIINETMAKER—East end of State Meet—Cur. , cm
-1.-1 vt e. bee. ieJ
SAMUEL B. TAYLOR,
TANNER. and HOOT and SLOE MANUFACTURER—
UM wooly 1116. Dee. V 9, IN I
WM. P. CHAMBERS,
171711EELWRIGHT, CHAIRMAKELL and HOUSE: be
V SWIM PAlLiTtat--Curwonsvilln.
Df 0.19. 1851.
M. E. WOOD,
aHYSICIAN. My always be Lined at 'his residence In
Cawensrille. when not protessiunaliy absent..
Dec. ifd. 1 351.
LAPORT & LEWELLIN,
c 0 011 and tILEIGIIMAKERB—Corwas e , t :
J. D. THOMPSON,
lz LAU LB MITI!. Wagons, Buggies. Sm., Ego . ironed on
/LP short notice. and the very best style, at htsold stand LL
the borough of Cur svensville. Deo. 1b59.
JOHN C. RICHARDS,
DIIYPRICIAN—Ci thri nitiso Rout to Chest croak, four
hum Curwoueville. Dee.Str,
ETAILER AND DEALER. 1N LUMBER—None:at
111 , U*1110764 Slat° and Locust stmts. Untringy
• ISRAEL COOPER,
POSTMASTEI at Glen Hobe —Botaller of Focalize and
Domestic Merchandise. and extensive dealer in Lumber.
S. C. PATCHIN,
CIL:FN HOPE. Retailer of Foreign and Doraetticr Mer
obaudite. and Lumber Merchant. Dat,eso.
- • • • MESHICK. THOMAS,
BARBER EIND HAIRDRESSER—WiII attend to nll de.
firands fu his line on short notice. end la the moat statist
factory manner. Melo= will be Wand In tbe basement ataxy
of the Mansion House, • • Janactry,K
0. B. MERRELL,
IC OPPER:BAEET IRON WA12,11 _
liklli—At Donned's old Rand on Monet aneetrtllou.
114 4 YriliPgaTeliSsUld
Cleatflaid. D ec . uy.
. ' WM. T. OILBERT: ' • '
veI•AORBNITIP7At. Mcgisee'a in Bell township...-
1P where all work hn his line b done on sport notion nod on
retuounble Loons. Poo. ii•D. Jen.'
griltheK4l3.B..-E3o4antl Boston !.414c4.41113 ['Dived an
now selling at thestoto of :
aid july;l2sl. J. L. lIIINTER.
BLAtilli tot sato here. , ;,
Sheriff's Sale oaf Real Estate.
of nu uliss writ of Venn Went Plypenni,isinedant
LP of the Court of Common Pleas of Clearfield county. and to
ow directed, will be exposed to Public rale. et the (welt botree
In the horoe,rti - ,of Chatfield, on 51i IN DAY the VA day of
FEBRUARY, next, the folle wing PrOpelty, to wit ..—Alle , -
triltgtoot of tend situate In - lownthlp, Elearlhddinnor
Elk) county. heninning slu maple LI - Milo cornet'Of let No.
.134. I henet4 teeth IfJ chums nod :7) tinily to a tonter, titmice
west chutes n coma, thence sou 11 4 emits and C 5 1,15 i .
loin count. thecae weal 6 chains In it career. Louth 501inksto
et corner, west 15 chains and 25' links mat 10. Orin; ea d 61
ljnts to r corner on the north sole of said4l.4. No. 4, 1 4, thstreer
erut ill ehnins and 15 links to Ltd Waco of "beginning. C. Mat.
none 115 1-4 senor and 11 roda steal tnoinurn. with a Moto.
tune Horns, a Urainery and (Went WO acres cleared nevi nu
tirchnid thereon. Also a Tract rutioieing the above cement
ing 76 now, more Or lOn. being thosnenetruct bought vr list.
calah and Zehnlon Worntr. 1 1 . eized rind token iu siteuutleu
and to be told as the property of John (incliner.
BY virtue of a olmtinr writ iscuad not of flisit moo conrt and,
to ma oirento4l. will La exposed to I , al-i•to bal. a 'ha servo
time end Ono,. n curtain ttact of land onul o tu Fos town.'
shin. Olcarfield noway, I....gmairi.t at a • ratloct., shoooo Ly
kit No. 4218 eaot 174 awl f-iolior to it °Omer.
tlitmottoo a Into p'an'ful with to, No. 4 1 02 :MI pe.r.thos to a
Unmet in lino IA tot No 'I'M , . Oran, LY .nu" W4at 173 rinA:
Laud tenth perches to a a (ma , IieLCO WO , ya
by lot o,
820 ocrohes 'Otte.. of l,,riuu , iic flan aininv
more or I'm. of Un•rwoo Land. the wasteromoss taint
hart of a I wrialu tract GI lam satv.! ,, in I !instance of war.
rata No. 4140. row... Anna tat ra at cstouttort mut to
no Uta pronctly of nom • uYor
BY VIIITUE of n enn.lar writ. lone .1 Ohl of the Won
Cent.. and to 11N Jru i Il i K 11l UhNte,u4,,A w Oub1;0 //kW,
at the sumo t the earl place. a Cetlitilt Welt of Laud 10thato in
LeiNtulteo towasbio. Clearfield oeuuty, adketut.it lands 0.
Robert OwLna. heir,of lartnelitll and Gorelfellew. It chart
_hart and other. uosthaitlina abont SIXTY-FIVE U 1143.
mwe or lead and oaken in rut:ellen ras.e. to UJ to d rY
tho ntoourty of ItoLel I. Wallace.
BY VIRTUE:aI u similar wr.t, lastitl out of tho hoobruoult
nod to mo ditao , ll. Uwe v. iII he expale I to ',oldie vile
at tho mon time and place. Tract of Load satiate
la Con ogtou low t , thip, Clontlie'd frotii' Y. I.oti ntlell I.) lona,
of healing and others, coutomiug tftN GI V I:11X noiu,. waft!
pa !lout FIFTY lures cleared ar' 11.uto ;Ind itninot,ontrits
thereon. Kozbd and talttn in otwettuu t lad to La said as tixo
plupe.t./ of John lluetlerson.
Y ramie of a Plureus pans., issue.: out
.Li of the swirl court. and to Rid li`lecl4ll, %VIII lA/ClL...tit. ,
;MIA! o solo er crane line awl lilac.% u certain Tract of Lend
rituutuia VOTQUICIII township, Clearfield outrady, corroded try
fount of Thomas II !nisi., John Campbell. and Moot+. ai3ll.
Mining ON H UNDIWO AHIHEO, with a hewed 1
1103r4/, Illsoricinith chop and Fraind h orn, unit abet Flt-
ITEM acres cleared thoreorr. belZerl IttlFl
d to be sold at the proinnty of Act! row I)avii.
BY Y VIRTUE of r. writ of Vuntlitlati Vv..' nes.. iitimd nut
LP of the LEIDIO amid. and to ate directed. will tpto•; wed to
politic sale. uL the 1.0.131. 1.101:/ God Ooze, SIXTV-..tt.V Vag
loom and ttorty-thme potehos of laud. situate in Woodward
to Clealfodo know ri la 'lli rernbide Plauc
trim pada t Ito Rjohard Whitehead Tract a 'Motu.: laud of
l'airiek Dowho. 'Rooms Lutoid. nod ott.ers, wqh a Log
Howe and 6..0u1l Stable thereon erected, nod about TWELVE
cum cleated. Seaed and ti,Lea to est....Luta cud It, be wal
as the property of John Loanu.
6Y a s imilar writ.itcued out of the mune Poen.
and t., mts sitoicto.l. will he taps:awl to nubile salts to the
same time and Wane. A Getttin Tows of La u d situate in Pike
'owruldp, (.lunnte d count,. on the bonito. li vole end Water•
lord turnpike 01 msles.wezt of CutweasysPe, being 00,101
tact No. Pd.sti, warstadvd in the name of Nicalin ts: Urlinth,
and adjdlun lends of the tintquel.nn on 'soli Yr aterford turnpike
Coal Puny on the wed., un 1 Used of George Boutsy s,n the oast
and north. conthinine FIFTY n2rei s MUM Or low with the
000r011 matos snoreon. sioir.ml nog taken so extsoutiuss and to
ho sod as Lie prooesty of John
A. CAI.I)YV , LL Ehatil(
ghoriff I :ff. e. I) sc3mber ,A,1831.
SAItTAIN'S MAGAZINE FOR 1952
Unrivalled in Beauty and Excellence
ighty Pages of Reading Matter in each
Number, being sixteen pages of addi
tional Reading over and above the us
ual quantity given in the 83 Mugaz's.
THE oroprietnrs of this PePoles redtollool will 110 011 1 3 0 •x•
dente tu the ellLrt to itopiat the most decided suP lITIOILY 10
their Mrepizioe hod trust to leonine 1110 sego muted 09.4 e.
elation that. btu heretofore rewarded tht a entvrptue.
AMERICAN LITER ATURB
Of the highest clam will be found in their nage'.
Consirtiog of unevoripts 11003 EU Paintleils by eminent
A !VI Ettlt AN ARTINTH. will aline exceed 1c vela° the pnce
A MP/H.OIIA DEPARTMENT
Ilits ['vett added u. their evutt I form nf canititila.lol3. whine
HIER myritivit.iNo PI/NCH.
W ill monthly open his putifolioel the Choicest "good thins."
oni he oil from ell ~.litts au). world A summery of MIMI
CAL,. LITE RA II V, unit ARTIrSTIO INTELLIGENCE.
will tie treeare, for every number by Mr. Cl/ . ).
LELA No. ren'n acme us u r.roniinent featu e, ititurestiog 111.
, 01111:1 DI 1110 11111110 ft of Continental Europe. nll'lllloll pu hli.
colt •ru. This. with ti el Lb ODli IMPARTIAL REVIEW
Iltl••1Rlid1131 w lA, thvy hope, unost mPh the ttoprOvtd of
tin it blot,?) fro:l;th.
hni.rienl design. of EffrTAGE end VILLA AltElfrrEc-
TURE. with one mennying wound ohms owl it v.i,itni etre,.
Ines. wilt Le furrilthe.d by the tulente tr.:Mite, 11: WAD•
Si: I Ell Evil,
lIEBIJA OP PROVERBIAL PHIL.
OSOPII V PLIKIIEA I. EN I L E Mr
rAbIIIONS, ChOTCHLT PAT. .
W ill ....al:initiate to the monthly variety they PrOmho their tab
At all Potiovuters ere REGULAR AGENTS for the woe K,
pal on, to obtain a luta.' deseriptiou of rt. or torso
ercia.rn t.:otiy. will oli•ado cal; U 1114 IN 31,:.t PUILPI2.IOI%
who will receive the INIVP.IICe paynieut, nut lumeid their
amine' and the 11101201.
ferrous vi get up a Club will be 'applied with
iocAri.en 0 . 3,,y
lir tile now noitid jaw, which went iota ope.at.un to Jaly,
the EN.NTAGE (IN TiltS MAGAZINE; GNEATLY
Re: J uilt;Eit. When pall quenerly pi advance tt is now as
fullowe —Under 550 wiles, 24 cent t over 50P toile'.
TENNIS. FON IN ADVANCE.
One 011i1 eve year. $3. Two eopiei Dee rear $3.
two year. 95. live copses one year tlO. 'lea copies 011/1 yen
S;:U, nor'. copy to the person wooing a Club of Ten.
u a 25 cents.
meal Note' IA a ti.oeut Stater reoeirod at pat. Club cub.
curb:toms sent to ifilluient Poo itflhiei.
Addle.", JOHN dAtiTAIN Cl)..
Januar'. thij Philedulphla.
For February term, lE+52.
. ... . ..
Row Read Formor
Jordon Bead Farmer
Janoir Campbell F/111116i
George W. Elder Farmer
Josiah Millwood Fernier
DISIPUI K.-hart Farmer
Itmtel tllrowaller Farmer
Irmo McKeo Farmer
/norm M r (Kinard !Muria
Jtretnltill Shies Framer
John Dunlap Former
Joseoh II rt num or
Reeder k iny Farmer
J.. 1113 Byers Moan,:
M. A. Frank Taira
Jacob Golder Pnrrusr
(by or Hoyt Clack
John Firgno , nl Format
John Suaokman Girard
William Tooker FttaVIOT
David Kite Millwrlaht
John 1:110111W3 Finale!
Goma Wilma. h• Farmer
For February term, 1852,
John biehutlY Illittlloluß final a
Joreph Ned do tio
Gliber Westover do do
William Atoll' ion do
Joseph Eason do do '
Samuel Fullerton Fauna Lawrenco
David Brown do db
James Irwin Farm., ,f
Alexander Read eaw, or
John Gollob Cabinetmaker
thigh Leavy Val d o or
lseno Thompson do
John ii • as
Grier 1141 • do
Jamas Johnson Farmer
throw Elilager Farmer
Jackson 801161111 do
A. L Schnell Tailor
John Bollowpeter Farmer hobo
William Taylor do Bradford
11. avid Wilson do dr.
Miles Murray Blacksmith do
Patrick Llowl in Farmer Woodrum!
limy 11. Bard do Chem _
Ilimon ttorabJugh do do
thinks Bloan Miler !ford o es
Valentine Goart Farmer .
Thomas Bala= Carpenter
Russell tdotituri Framer
John T. Woe do
Joseph MPlwood du
Milieu, L. Bloom du
J a 6ob Lydick do
. This Way! •
NEW and FASHIONABLE.
CONFECTIONARY um! OYSTER SALOON.,
I:BP.ROTFULLY tenders her compliments to her sumer
ons friends la' the borough of Clearfield and 'Maas
And takes pteasure In annourletrur to them that ibe has how
recehlsd her stock or GO .IDS and has them fitted op in good
style In her new buildinc.ou timid [Second litreet. west side.
where may be found nitesetal atsortmeat of • '
C'ONFEOTTOIVARY,'' . TO ES,
WhichCeOwilldispoioofon the most reasonable terms:
Phe will also be at all that?s sAPVIird with PA- 441 . PM ,
. and • ' ' •
, resit. Oysters:
;And thous fond of "the FLEW! 'talihave them milks
their taste on sholee. OW YttESILTISIED. LW
trEl). t3T.EIVEDf FLUTTERED. OrtICOLIAWAP,;..:.
•• • - , ,;
: t tli:tilfH t all ." 6i um.bet '
Medici& Kay. 20.101. • .14