Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, March 25, 1852, Image 3

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    THE ..REPUBLICAN...
Pab; M0.6'25;1852.
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(Subject to the decision of the ' bensocratic
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.111140ArfAl , COMBIISIBIO I E II .
W ftL I A '5l S.E Ft 1 G - H T,
OF FAYPATII 01111/NTY.
0 - We aro again . compelled to defer
the publication of the programme of the
late school exhibition. '1
o*-His Eteellency, Gov. Iltorxn, made ,
brief visit to his family last week... Ho
arrived on Saturdßy evening and returned'
°Harrisburg again on Tuesday, he ea
'oys excellent health,and rooks very well.
nd who wouldn't look_ well after having
efficiently put a check to careless and
• njurious legislation, in the manner he has
,onel
AmosT.—Our entire population kis
.een engaged for the last two weeks in
.reparicg our lumber for market. The
'ver was in fine order during the last
eek, though most of the time too high for
•a fety. On Wednesday morning it was
n good c.ondition,und every thing seemed
be afloat, On Thursday the weather
et in cold, and , from that until the follow
ng Ttibtday fro had first rate winter.
SAUTAIN B MAGAZINE, For April is
-rice: bird of a book. WhO would be so
gardless of the beauties of literature as
r dose to patronize it.
IP - The "old fashion" . part of the pre
t winter Still abides with us. Last
hursday, Friday and Saturday threaten
very hard to prepare for another grand
reak-up 'by bridging our streams with ice.
on Sunday and Monday nights several
'.ches of snow fell, and so far as the ap
- canoe of the outer world is concerned,
• well as the jingling of sleigh-bells, one
ight suppose we aro still in midwinter.
PtgIICRICCOTYPING.—Our citizens CON 1
VC a fair opportunity to procure well
ecuted Daguerreotype likenesses. From
t we have seen of the productions of
• :srs. SILVECTIIOII/1 & AICMEEN who
bo found in the room over the office
sq. Wrigley, we should judge them to
ell Worthy of patrOnage.
iu t—We regret to learn . that the
ling of Wat. Fust,Eirro , s, on the river
t two miles above this place, was en.
destroyed by fire, on last Friday
ing. ~/P number of watermen were
house over night, and the morning
.very cold, a large fire was kept up
an early hour. The fire was not
• lered until about daylight, when the
:`men tmd ull left,, and had progres
-. far that but , few articles of furni.
ould be rescued from the devouring
umwrs.—We have heard of almos
rribei of accidents and narrow es
of limbs, and lives, during the pre
fling season. Two were of a fatal
ter , --the ono, that of the drowning
n on the ri!ier somewhere above
• nsville ;' the other, the crushing or
of a man at Queensrun dam.—
arc rumors, however, that are not
rifled, and'ai there are difFerentsto.
id. we begin :6 hope . that there is no
tion for (herd. ' •
he Elk -County Advocate is ou
.ted io favor"pf - thri repeal of the law!
ing the circulatien of small notes,
down upon us like "a thousand-o%
for the manner, in; ‘vhich •we allu
a certain vote of Mr. GILLIS on this
t. Now, we are not going to quer
: h our friends of the Advocate. We
ko to quarrel; and the long and the
f it is, we won't quarrel—with such
owe. But we should like to have
pace to show, , that on This subject
we are right, and they are wrong.
lernen, your small notes, whether
or' domestic issue, are' no more
business and honest industry
4 Vour mammotlipirie sturizps ire
: to theimprovement and produc
oar
,'verdant, soil. And as to the
bility of excluding them from cit.-
; that is settled. Our business.
their praise -he spoken"-took
yin hand, and, although they for•
t our onlyctiirency 'when The
.
)fflato„operatiouot - foreign,, small
w seldom -met with. Nor have
serious complaint:for': the
s tinge more than was the ease
So would.,,,bey'
in every
knot excepted, if their men of
ho gerierally put money in
return 'for the :produttsof tho
:Auld ckras most or thOho ar our
• in the' :habit of .and Pre
' ' nee Mi. the shadow—or, tno.
~~z:~ : ~
``C
T. 8,. ociri;:has placed in our
!lands a copy of "Eintl AND,T#un Lovn,"
a new novel by the agreeable author of
Consinna.e" "Incilana,"'&e. Idea very
!excellent work, in 'many respects. Pric
60 cents. 228 pages., , ,
TnE . N.Tmi,orz tiIIANDR.- 2 —The
following are said to be the number of kil
led and .wounded in - the several engage
ments 'between the Liberators and Mexi
cans, since the,dcemmencement of the out
break on the Rio Grande:
First battle of .Camargo, Liberators,
I none . killed, 6 :wounded; Mexicans, '4O
killed and wounded: • At Matamoros, L's,
4 killed and . 8 wounded ; M's, 50 killed
land wounded. At Cerralvo, L's, 10'kill
ed: and 20 Wounded ; M's, 52 killed and
60 wounded. The last battle of Canter-
L's, 6 killed, 16-wounded ;'M's, 70
killed, 100 wounded., ,
A NOT!! ER SCIEN TIFIC %WADER PErsll%
tat Artificial Digestive Fluid,or Gastric Juice !
A great Dyspepsia Curer, prepared from Rennet,
01 the Murat &mulch of the Ox, after directions of
Baron Leibig, the great Physiological Chemist, by
J, S, Boughton, 111, D., No.ll North Eighth Street.
Philadelphia. Pa. TMa is a truly wonderful rem
edy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver
Complaint, constipation, and Debility, curing lifter
rinipro's own method, by nature's own ,agent, the
Gastric trice, See Advertisement in onothercol.
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate.
ti:BY aortae of a writ of Vstuditionl Expo- zi
,on' L nos, Issued out of thoeourt of Common Maid ••• - •N ,
11184 Clearfield uouuty. and to me directed, will be ex•
raised to pubdo sale. et the court noose in the botodgh of
Glen:fill& on MONDAY the 81:COND DAY nr MAY nest.
the followlog property, to wit :—Uste Tract of 4C4i ccres.sar
veyed on warrant to Jacob Dowulag. in Dacatnr townshM,
bounded by treats In a the names of Benjamin West, John
Tay t0r.110,6 Ely and Richard Thomas, a ith a small Ito•
provement on the same made by Jonathas Kephart. One
the residue of John Llano:tan. Is Ilea:patio township.
containing 833 acres 153 perches, bounded by tracts of ered•
crick llonaman•John Malts, lands of Joseph Smith. tortathet
with nu improvement on the same by Samoa: Also, 175
I acres of leorge Graft. in Deesour township. bounded by
land s of Edmund Athelt. Shawano, floury tiltudo an
tracts ofJo oph nad MIL hansom. Also in 'emu township,
the rezidite of ho Wm. Pansom surveY. contalninz 318 Bonk.
bounded by tends of Jacob I.' Bank. Eels turnpike, lands of
Michael rank. Georce Smeal. Wm. Drinker and Lichtpd
Thomas. Also, the residue of Uenryrinkee, containing
lia3 eines. In 11.(e tuts townshlp. bound ed
by 'nude of Antnuel
Green. Joh', Gets Alphas(' Thomas, Hugh Ely nud Thomas
1 Cope. on which there is an Improvement made by Josiah
51111wo Also.one Tram. in name of Thomas F,dcaanson.
containiag 401 acres cud 14 perches, bout , ed by sithagtoo
formic Jim Drinker, and lands of Daniel Albert. wilts the
improvements made on the same by Da del Kephart. senior.
John Reams. atid John Rettros,janins,in Detains township.
Also, survilk in the name of John Drinker. containing 4id
sorts 74 perches, in Decatur townthip. bounded by treats in
'names of Thomas Edmonton, Patrioa Moore. Jonathau Nea
-1 bit. John Sky run and Hotel Allied, with Improvements .
I Riede by [leery Kephart. junior. Also, the residue et John
Skimp, in Mourn r tewnthio, cinteinine ewes 114 tpi•
to, bounded by Jahn Drinker, 11. chard Tnomus, Benjamin
W pton. and 11111 , 1§ of Jacob linceliman. Also. survey in the
mune ot Wm. Wiison, in tlecoatia township. containing SR
AMA 143 vetches, bounded by surreys in tile mama of William
ilawle, tionjausin Young, Henry and Herman Witown—late
the estate ol Daniel U timers a. d Miter' N.. Stanley. anti seiz
ed and taken in execution and to be sold as the property of
said litlmart and Stanley.
ALSO,
f 2 Y virtneof a similar writ. issued out of the same cbort.
IJ , and le me directed will be eXpesed 10 publio sale et die
same time and place, SI Go' stain Tracts of Land situate In Bake
townslop. Imude.i tied nescribed as Maws ;—Ono 01'nnd mem
begiuoinc nt a fallen wit le oak center, ammo by
:tomtit' Blcdgetsouth 37 dexteei vast 1.13 otroli,s•to a pat.
thence north 18 du riot Weer 41 and fire tenth per
lo ft
post, thence 'Guth 7 degrees 60 porches to a pep, thence south
Al degrees start 41 and li ye tenth percino to a white nine, ti.ence
south o velphes to a Chollllllt O%IIL (1 . 311tra.) thence EMI( M per.
ahem to it Post, thence north by land of Hugh a , " 713 Perches
to a pad. thence east 63 notches to a post, tnence non h CO per
ches ta a post. thenne west 16' and seven tenth t etches to a
white pita stump. them.* uoith he perches to apost. thence
mo
tnen north Ed d ate:see d4O perches to mood. thecae south
Meares* v s. ho and five jeoth parches to a post. thence
south k3degears east 74 I trolls/ to a post, thence by land di
Wm.ll.3.shorn south 5 d •grees west 145 perches too hemlock,
thence by land dl luau' Bloom south its degrees east 11l pa.•
elm to a cucumber, thence south a decrees eest 4., re abet to
the place 01 beginainC, coutainlec TWO HUN DRLD AND
etWENY-EIGUT awes and eighty and seven tenth perches.
with ado Recce for roads, &0.. with about EIGUTY acre.
Monad. with Wee Drellirg Poe et. Stabliog add a small
Satithsho., Mewls meted. Dam likes ol hod is deter.
ed se follow, .—tleginuing eta white piny. thence by laud of
&limb .m llarso.k north 71 perches to a white oak. Pierce 14
land of Hugh 110 south
perchesgres east t 7 of
to e
st h,re„ pine, thence east 47 to the place of bsginnina.
coetainia I'EN ac es anti allowance. Seized cud taken m
axe at:on and to be said as the property of Gems.° G. rats-
MAO.
ALSO,
Y VIRTUE ors Ind of Venditlosifxpttana ittred eut
of the same cond. and to ma directed. will he aapo,ed to
',atoll° sale. at the tams tiros and °Doc a certain Tract or
I.ot of Land ai mate in Penn townihip. Cleattistd county. In
Pminvits, bounded by John Ste'', Sfshn Fe lon acd the
Ginn Hoye tnroptse mad. with a Mute and Li !sand' baton
hire to erected Seized and taken in It :caution and to be
sold as the property or Minty Ll•it ÜbAY
A. LDwr.L.L.f . herilE
Sheriff s Office. March 0.1852.
Estate of Isaac Draucker, deceased.
nrOTLCE
beenllElttir GIVEN. That Letters of t h e 1 istration have tutted to the subnilbers oo the estate
of halo Draneker late of tired, township. deceased. Al
Parsons Indebted to raid estate will thereat" make immediate
parmant—and those staving claims air in.t the same. ore re•
guested to preens, them to the atalieribets. Is Brady t., en
thin. dal, ao.hoatosted for se•tlenseat. Immediate attention
is required
to t y h .
i s notice. In order
Y that
i t h A e estat. ma y be settled d
wMhoohdta PERaD 10HEA.m'd.
Mosiotorz 6t o.
maricE is hereby given. that the follig accounts
1.11 have been examined and pasetKl by ma. an d semain filed
of record in •thir office for tbo inepsotlon of heirs. Legatee.,
creditors, and all others In an other war lateretted, and W il l
be otezentsd to the next Orphans court of Clear fi eld Coanty
to be held at the I :out bones in the 11‘trouos of Clearfield. on
Tuesday the 4th day of May next, for confirmation anti a:-
lowa ace.
let The account Of Georg* Weaver Executor of Gottfried Wen•
nes, tale de township . , Clemlle'd °entity. et ejated.
2d. The of Oadiriod Zellict, Executor or th, estate
of Catharine Weaver. late of Brady township, CleatfiAd
county. deceated. '
II 1. The Account of Simon ThompsonAdministtator of the
ettere of James Lord, late of lleccat la township. Clearfield
counts , . deceased.
lth. The 600011ut ofJonatban Kephart. Admini tinder cf the
*state of 'l'hornal Morgan. la eof Deo - .tur township. Clear
11 Id emnaty. deceased.
'NV. po R TEA, Register.
Reglstersofilx. Cleartit Id. March Uft.l• B s l . •
cesatscratieDuca. .
A"rrnions aro hereby tuoutioued Bunn purchasing. rr
radioing with the following described Prot:arty. now lo
e vraselsion of Peter 13. ler.
one e°one Dower Threw/sing Alaeldne ? all the (::11olts and
!oli t il'i be g Trpogni,niantalVoduin'erriBlgt:gioneautPadtirifililifilitl°. voesne
Vjoe and 1,011 WMe of grain is the eronnd.raimid
uromtty
belongs t , DAVID WELT YSt tiAbIUEL MOULD.
March 95. • .
SAVE - YOUR. MONEY.
CHARLES P.' FREEMAN. & CO.,
LATII FREEMAN. IiODGE3 & CO:)
„IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS: .
144 Broadway, ,I,st door below Liberty st.;
u AVE now on hand, And will tedriVAdaily through the
I SWUM, NEW IMOLA directffim the EtirOoonn men.
uraotafen.an 'CASH AIR)TION et, RICH FARM(
FANCY SILK bIILIANERY CitiODS. Our stock of RICH
4tRIBONS. comprises every minty of the latest and most
beautiful designs imported._
Many of the geode are ilientiluotarea azoressly to 011 r order.
from our own designs and patterns. and stand narivarbol.• We
(Maryut good/ for NETT CASH, at lower pikes than any
credit house in Amcrion can afford:
*All nu Liti:Wera will find it steads to their interest to reserve
a porton of their money and make scitctious Rom oat great
vetiety of RICH CHEAP GOONS
Ribbons_ rich for Bonnets. Cans. Sashes and Bolts.
Sonnet dabs. Satins Cranes, blues and farlstons.
jiimbielderl.r. Col ars. Cneaihretts. Capes flonthss. •
fiebitl,Sleevin. Cull,, Engravings, and insertions:
Embroidered Ltsvlere. Lac°. and Ike Mititoh combo° Hdkfs:
Biondel.•tilusions , erd Emorolderedbelies for Cans
- lientloa. lidechion. Vainactenei. end 'Brussels Laces.
English and Wove Thread. Smyrna. Lisle Thread end Cut.
toe Lacer. ' ' •
Kld, ,bisleTbraad. Silk and Sawinglillik. Gloves and Mitts.
Small and American Attilimal flowers.
French Lace. English. American and Italian.
Straw Sonnets and Tr mining.. • March 43. 1842.
ilzilloot 7.aoimaarillo Eialinzon.
11.88 OUTILFI Will oommosee the Paned Quarter of
her - 1 4 1.11 , E0T PEMAL4 8011001, on m ee dey th e
TWENTY-ti.P4 O D day Of blartOD. (instant.) la the
baronets of Cleattlelcr.' TOO fiChool will be open at tho cam•
m•neement„ to all who desire to send. until it I full : and it
Ii hoped those wb%lmend sending will i coat:lance as near the
tombir Day of the Qnsrter as petals. The Quintet will
consist of TWEL.VEI wr,etce. and FIVE DaYti echool
each week. bolo:days will be charged 110111 the time they enter
the School, salts ke T pt i er itzt ay 4 b l . l , itatti qs•
. .
•
seeding. Wrlthan aid SPetllng . • ' $9 00...
l'lgnifsPh7t.OlaPllnag and arithrecio. with above. 800
1 Toe above Dicauzbas. whialuturat Philosophy. ills
tort'. to , and Ornamental Needlework 400
Mosle„pssQuartar ot Bel Lessons. .4 6 00
eirviosi who are not provided 'with Pianos are Informed
that they Cu have lessons on Miss CLIVITL,PII3. ••
!demob 19. 19Z9 —,14 .. , , ',, • ? .., —,•,. •, , , ,
. • - NOTICE, •
rrtrE martial meetinf , thi 014VOL i trIFJ.D COUNTY
I..}IIIIIAKAVOIET ler tite'eitietlo of °Matti'. wt be
Win tbe igriboditt , .otteobel Chew In the oorougb of
Uttirfield,oe BIONDAy._ Much 15th. ea 7 o'oloob i.e ev
enlite. all Maws are Prnvectfaily Invited to attend.
Ulttufield, Much MRVIN. Oetev:
114(lbsei Belt tow athip
Wparb ail 161rk lP h 10,116101, dc!skto 'bog. notice, and on
TOPOnable tetmv, Ve0.119,1601.
nealizt Motsurihrit,e_. _1
Of hireigif and Dotostii Merihandiso in Clear
. field County,,for the year 185 V,
BELL. TOWNSHIP..
110 • 14 Clan
John El. lieley.• - 'l4 do
euwart at Co. do 14 do
Tkoran Rattaw. do
••• •• BURNSIDR TOWNSHIP.
Dossier kAke,. no • 14 do
Cummings& Mobialg. do 14 do .
James fdoMeiry • do • 'l4 do •
to. Bons. do' • 14 ..do
BECCARIA TOWNSHIP.
Paella & Hwnn. Llquor. , 14 do
Corer & Ilaucock, ' ' 14 do
Is 4.lCoorer . no i;rinor 14 do ;
lloyntim Dimino, do •. ' 14 do
lsrl.h Wrinkle. do . „. 14 do
. BRADFORD. TOWNSHIP.
James Graham. •no liquor. 11 do
liurithail eta Bro. . /11.
BOGGS TOWNSHIP.; •
It. Bl.l3tevenson &Co. no IlqUor. 14 do
1. L. Hansa. .do 14 d o
BRADY TO,WNSHIP.
P. V!• Harritt, no liquor. • . 14 do •
Juseph Lilolll, 14 do
Hamel Arnold.. do 11 do
R. 11. Moore. do ' 14 do
loroderick Arnold. do 14 do
CHEST TOWNSHIP.
Bradt dr Hornbautli. no liquor._l4 do
Nathaniel Hughes • do l4 do
H. Pennington. • liquor. 14 do
COVINGTON TOWNSHIP.
Francis Gondriel. 11(81Or. 14 do
John K. Barmoire, liquor. 14 do
J. P Mkt. dem 14 do
Levi
Lutz - no liquor. ; . 13- do
CLEARFIELD BOROUGH.
A. K. Wright. 'no liquor. 14 do
Leonard lt. Moors. do 11 dr,
Waggles ft lials. do ' 11l do ~
4.1. limiter. do ld di
R. 41.450 p. ha . 14 da
do 14 do
G. hrthztr.
1 'avid Whitetails. ' do &4 do
R. Wimp, liquor, ~, Id do
Glitinld , KAl.oolc l .—n. Smith, II 8 do
CURWENSVILLE BOROUGH.
Wiiliim 41'Bride. on Honor 13 do
William A. Bloom. liquor. Id do
!rano Pmith. do 13 do
DECATUR TOWNSHIP.
J. G&G. H. Rainer. no liquor. 14 do
FERGUSON TOWNSHIP.
wm.G. flatlet. nollouot. 14 do
John I'. Gott. do 14 do
GIRARD TOWNSHIP.
T. 11. Potion. & Go. no Honor 13 do
4. Patehin & Pons do 14 do
Anenitsu Leconte. Minor. 14 do
GOBIIEN TP.—B. Irwin & boos no laltinot. 14 no
itubToN Ti'.—'. it. 'mei:, do do 14 do
JORDAN TP.—Jno. M. charm, do do 14 do
KARTHAUS TOWNSHIP.
Poets el freeman, no liquor 14 do
11. I). Hall & iCo. ' do 14 do
Ildward McCarver do 14 do
LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP.
Wm. Addlemen,jr.. & Co. no liquor 14 do
James Forrest no liquor 14 Co
MORRIS TOWNSHIP.
J.ll. Wine. no liquor. 14 do
E. W. Rule. it Co. do 14 co
P. J. Doom do 14 do
Mott. McKean. do . 14 do
Moore & Bro. dol4 do
,
James M. Leonard. liquor. 14 do
PENN TOWNSHIP.
Robins & Mendenhall, no Honor. 14 do
hobo timid]. liquor. 14 tl3
PIKE TOWNSHIP.
Diet Irvin. no liquor. 13 do c.:-.
Joha & li. D. Patton, do 12 do
Georize Recur, liquor. 14 do
PATENT 51E111(1114F: 4 TOWNSHIPI Po do
UNION
R. W. Moore, no liquor. 14 do
Henry Wniteriend,. do 14 do .
WOODWARD TOWNSHIP.
•
Lytle tic Souls, to liquor. 14 do
Jost ph Kemp. • do 14 do
I do hweby may the above to be a correct hat of there
ft 1101 of Fo clout and Domeitio Mnrohund Ise in etesofintd 00..
Or the year 1' u 3. .111114. L LIITILE, Mar. Appraiser,
Cie wfield March 13.18511.
Imo' A n A Dorn! will bu held at tho Commisolonem Of ioe. in
he tioroneh of Clearfield on Moe dav the fehrd Ms - •
FOR CALIFORNIA.
Through Passage to San Francisco Direct
TILE 13UPERIOR CLIPPER.
tia:).oLz) V.roz)zzaticiPas•e,
0 Tons bort hen Opt J.ll.Yonng Commander
Wll.l. EtAIL I , IIOIiIPIIILANCLPHIA on Tavares
the nth or Anril LI tila t trim with passengers,—
al.l. This splendid ship Is fitted tits with one aunmodions
sa ooe. 100 last long. with state moms and berths for families,
aftdidingr the best and cheapest pawns° this (as the
mail steam ships ate full until Jane.) and will sail on the day
or expenius paid. It is c.nfidently expected this ship will
make the passim in 100 days. rot passim. aad small lota 01
fraight apply immediately. N. B. hit) dELEY.
87 South Front st
rir Passaca in poor tibia MI, Lower mars cabin , c°.
miuth 1452.
11,1ACKEREL , 1
SHAD, CODFISH, Constantly on hand
SALMON, , . and for rata by "
HERRINGS, J. PALMER & Co„
PORK. Market Street Wharf,
HAMS AND SIDES.PHILADRI.PIyA. ,
I
LARD AND CHEESE, March 11, 1852.
EMacmaciaist.
YIRENVIO COUTILIEZIVE
FRENCIIIILLE, Clrarfield Co., Pa.
feld
I.l.'`',.sol:a l ;ll',LjeiTana n o n ae t n i kT: 1.71: 1 7t1 c 4rg I Fo i l;
stand formerly occupied by M. Lamour,. where' he has ° ou
hand every variety of 0001.1 S usuall kept In a retail atom.
all or which will be sold t3IIIIAP lor CAbH or eschanged for
nt
coury produce of all kinds. COUDBLET.
Frenchvilia. of
PENN IRON FOUNDRY;
Machine, Pattern and Blacksmith Shops,
Chrilora, Yen.
TH O E i etfinedker,siande d a d 'wo uld g
annnune t ha t
h h h u i op z e en e o a
room on kleceed street, in the borough of Clearfield. near the
store of Leopard at Moore, whets he Intends keeping
GENERAL. A SSORTMEN T f IAb'TINGS. warmed
to be made of the best materiel. and at. prices that. cacao' fail
top.ease. 'The following conic/map-it of he stock on hands :
FULTON'S fIUT-Allt COOKING INTOVE, for either
Wood or Goal This stove lies probably the largest intro
damson of any other form of doves. It has superseded In
almost every countY, the well known Hathaway and Ztug.
ler doyen. It is emit, understood, and the floes being so
arranged that all can be cleaned without any trouble. Toe
Peculiar form and construction Is such as to render It the
most durable of all stoves. Numerous testimonials could
he odds& but It Is deemed 01100C4111111 , 1•4
IMPROVED PREMIUM WOKING tOTOVES—at from 18
to $2O.
SARIMIL STOVES—for ellher.wood or coal.
MR-TIGGIIT do
SALAMANDER do a beautiful Coe/ Stove.
ABE • do
EGGdo
NINE & TEN PLATE Stoves—very cheap.
MANTLE GRATES, with summer
_pieces. A large vatletY
and superior thilshe Gilles I rpm I li to IS inahes.
COMMON GRATEB. all sizes.-
PLAIN AND • GIINANIENTAV RAILING •, iirnAnw
WARE ; OVEN MOIITHS: GRID IRONS. WAFFIX
tiCALE ROAMS. WAGON BOXES.SLEIGIL SLED
UloUtf IaULN.M. DAR RINGS tar Rafts. ItOAD
PERS. a new 'micas. COHN CORN AND
1~1 f 1 warranted to grind 15 Has. Ears pet hour
BlinCitrisarni TIJ Y ERE'S. the bed In use ; do. MAN.
DRI Lid and 'ITRE HENI)EIO4 ;
Together with the usual veirieLy of articles kept at Foundry
Establishments.
Also, Made to Order, •
GRIST and SAW.MILL GC ABlNG—lseveng deol'ilrAly the
largest steels. and best variety of patients or any establish.
meat In western Nunsytveala I DIII.L 1.1003. 13UArr.
INtl—largo and sinall,oloatt or terrenght Iron lIANGERti,
GRUbrIS and PULLIES ; Hose and other approved Water.
ty ROM: WOOD and IRON LATHES; MANDRILLS
fcr (Ampler SAWS. WUOD HOEING MACH IN ps.
, Constantly on hand and for sale,
FANNING MILI.S. THRESHING MACHINES. JPEN
NUCK'I3 GEL.EBRATELI GRAIN MULLS. Sta. llto.
Screw-Cutting.
Any sized Bonsw„ with any, rhisired .number of threads to
the Inch, either eq .are or V thread.
Liraa. llouher. and Babbett'e Metal liattlazimede to order.
March 9, 1831.-11.
To 111111 Owners.
THE under/doted has appointed CARTgEI. of
Clearfield. his nous for the sale of Casting", who will
receive bills lot all k iv* of fdlll Gelding; and Diner maahinr
U. Persons desirous to contract will do WO, to cell and ex"
POPO the catalogue of Patterns. end specs trots of the work.
before making engagements elsewhere. Outings will be ds.
livered. if desired. nt. Clearfield. and warranted to be made of
good naltlarlid..and Minim! in a workmardiko manner . flay.
inn in running ordet FINK titipenor Lathes. Dud other gm
chimer, in the semi 01000n1011. employing none but the best
workmen, using the very bestt, rig Iron and Coal, with MIMY
other advantages, begetters himself that hi. work will be done
as well as In the best city shops. ant on the shortest notice.
' , mondial:4m call on hIr,LIA.U.TaII, Anent. • ,
MYERS.
March 4.11ga —l7 • •
DISSOLUTION' • • "• • •
rst , PARTNERSHIP.— , The co.Partstrthir. heretofore ex
gur Witte between' the so tradition. traqtaala.the !tame of
. 'I..APUBT t' to the. uoson end eteigh
Binhafttothry. at Oorweesviite. is thistle! dltsol!ed by mutual
consent.. 7110 boots of the arm are in the hand; of Lewis
Ltwort. tirho will carry on the boar at the sir plane. • •
DLR. IN SLLYff.
Ourweaettnle. Yeb.iCteasi.
TREASURER'S SAI4E
0 TiMelE l 42lol , LAMM
In Clearfield Comity; for' 'faxes. ~-
TN PUnnencs at the let section of an Act ofAasmbly ofthe
.4. 18th of tdarch.lBls, entitled. "A* Act to amend an Act ,
mooing the meaner or soiling I.laseated i jrds for Taxes.'
and brother outposts." there will be ex slot to P 1161610
SALE. no the 15BLIONIO.MONDA y 1,4 J ICE NEXT a 1
the Cowl House in the boron eh ot Clearlield. Clearfield 00.:
(and adrouraed from dsy today nosh the whole are sold ) the
lollowinx Unrested bonds nod to-0 Lots In said county. for
the 1 moral of tee set °noodle etch tract. . , ,•• .•
. , .
Ara. Ac's Ps. Beccaria- 'ThlonShip. :Tax.
79 g. Brown 81 P. 'lesion. t. 'Si 61
•• • 7d., 180 Soloman Lyons.. , • ..• 4 115
ad 154 WillitunCireY. . .18 65
483 196 John Ford met , . one year. 6pi
•
1117 John Trluler,_ , • • .6a)
60 Carnahan fa Turner • . 292
Lt) . elooket. , 156
161 Jacob 61assersmith. four years. 11t
60 James Blain, . ~. 200
4161 John Allen. , 11 111
Bell Township. ..• •
• ..
6166 lA.'. ' Henry Bach, • • , •
1,3 0.. 1
4U16 do' . . do
11t6d '450 John rsioholroa. ' 16
6918 191 Mukha, 86 Griffith. . ' 8• '
, 6911 186 do . 4 •
Boggs 7bw,:ship. •
897 Si Johtaminia
052 John Hall,
78 John Hail,
410 10 Peter Pogue,
10' Fintbans Snyder,
10A John Kean.
195 (Norse Boorman,
100 Bonn , Pianos.
100 , dd.' dd. •
58 do. do
Bradford 7burnship.
101 —25 John Campbell.
121 Mal al Garr.
4 0 Aaron Leavy.
4; Cramset. Lauich dr Fulton 3(
I U Manche Poroy .
40 Metes Sages he.rs
110.1 John Nichulto-,
1a Jape Cissophell.
854 '6l- James I)unoan,
2011 John Irwin.
00 Blair 51' (Anchors.
117 , isahella Jordan.
Dodos abider Evans.
4C.Q f John 13 Skyron,
997 Thomas P. COP,.
437 17 ttliir 61'herinhan.
Mohr. llons , ov,
414.11.Vontitighaus,
10J• Joe or. %A Micro Saloom.
4904 62 rowels Wee',
IMJ John llsonnas
0 William tan on,
/11 do. do.
70 D B. Oraway.
145 Thomas 11. Poore).
1110 Kyles,
k6V B. Dolt,
W Graham. ie..
t 5 Joins Graham. tr..
.100 WJI am Money.
Brady Township.
Jamd lnoonoll, •
do. do.
John Hirt.
do. du.
Jonathan B
Joseph Ferron. lora years.
tremor! Johnston.
John Dunlap.
Robertand Fox,
James Rood,
Caspar Silos%
Joseph Seeman,
(:noo do
vaen d orge A. Weaves,.
Jesse Lines
David Dnniari.
Robert
do. do, •
do, do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
MO
1113
LYN
Lu 2
P9O
274
641
645
6681
6876
810
115
823 60
431
9603
193
880 100
77
5r:91 963
emi 160 les
119
60
8371 53
8371 1
8 111
Me 4i
WWI /17
BAO 100
8617 B 3
1191 LW
1800 1 10 7
10,07 L 0
Burnside Dnvnship
John Birch.
Chtistisn Stake. ,
Chest l'ozeuship.
433 113 William Cook,
413 118 John Goodeeker.
112 180 Mitchell do Wood.
433 163 John Money.
431 103 Daniel Erase.
151 Philip Thomas,
121 George Rots.
SIO F•ednek Kuhn. .
la ions Canninhetn.
100 Mat th ioA ttion g tn.
89 (id John Groff,
204 Paul lotntnlnger.
Peter Getz.
3;6 J flentl Alsuiser...
vus acob stnuersmab,
Covingitht Thumshir.
his Morris dr. Stewart.
g.-. 0 do do .-
Kea do do
645 do do
$O6 do -do
WU ,do do
1836
1K.,/
1901
1911
1E97
1593
18
11391 1101 do do
1591
..Irl
203
do do
Decatur 21nonship.
Joseph Raper,
3ult. ~ Joseph liardsca.
id Ilan
bun.
Ttnonship.
319 John Stlsomers
-993 159 John Hamtittitht.
433 153 Daniel Turner,
433 153 George Ross,
lido John Goaglidoa.
IW P. Cronin ger,
10) Johubwae.
100 Wiley's sedate.
rot Thwnship.
t 1 4 0
do d 057 James Wits ro,
•
PM do do
do. do do
do. do do
do. do do
do. do do
100 Denjamle Hoist,
80 Mildest Clack
' - . Girard Township.
1890 - 887 45 Morris ig Stewart.
900 !dame& Palos. four gears.
IEB . O lio Morris $ Stewart,
1931 549 116 do do
1933 bB9 do do
1930 103 do do
1918d110 GC 16 do do
18 a do
1111 918 53' do do
158) 254 190 do do
18.101
10311 16 D
1837 57 1011 do do
13911 10 do uu
Goshen nwnship.
50 P. P Roretbal,
MO
George Shaw ,
58.13 MO Mend,
Huston nwnship.
NMI 990 William Powers,
193 Ihivid lihrddsrall;
5373 lon • moors ac Belau'''.
ri74 1041 Fl do , do
50.,7 990 William Powers,
5066 990 do do'
5675 1041 Moore & Delaney
4256 990 James Wilson,
4902 420 Wilhelm Willink,
4889 990 do do
4902 55 do do
5063 100 William Powers,
5061 1113 do do
5670 1041 80 Moore & Delaney,
5671 1041 80 do do
5679 1041 80 do do
5672. • 347 27 do do
5064 990 %Valium POWOIII.
200 • Wing and Rldtr,
60 Wilhelm Willinh,
50 do do•
100 . 1,10 do
Jordan Township.
Eng
4200
41St
41g1
419:1
4271
413 E
. 433 153 Richard Peters,
do. do. Peter Kuhn,
do. do. - Fredrick Reales,
do. do. John punwoodie, do,
216 156 Adam Heiger!..,.• 9 92
197 80 Silos Wilcott, 910
200 %Villinm Wilson, - 13 80
600 Geo.& Mary McCormick.27 GO
200 . JamesoblcNeal, 828
120 • William McKee, .'7 38
218 William Wiley, 1502
433 163 Isaac Watripolo, 19 .73
433 153 William Hunter, 19 74
433 153 • • JohorCersey,' , 19 74
' • Karthata• 7bianship.•
1900 GOO 'Morris and Stewart,
1901 778 do. do .
1913. 'so7 ' • do do •
1093 - 200 ' do do .
1093 '79 , 22 Charlost•Wiliink,
10'23 • 86 do do
3463 .
3475 co 147 do !;; .
1944 513 95 Morns and• Stewart,
Woodward Thanskip.
300. William Parker ! 11 'lO
58 William Wistar, 213
240 William Drinker, 8 88
76 Henry Vaunco, 259
300 J. Morgan, 11 1.0
260 Sr, P. Louden, 6
..18
110 , :,Charles l'Audea, 2 4
. 443 77 'Samuel mlin, 16 35
440 120 Henry Drinks, ' ' 00"78
Mori* Township..- .
16331 John Fry, ~3. 6131
• Philip Wager, 16 .201
.• • 421 . 'less° 15 96
345. 85 John Addraws, • 13 12
,330 125 William A. Smith,. 12 50
, 409 139 William Smith,, , A 5 36j
• 166 .24 Wril.,M.' Smith, 6 2'41
486 32 •do -
.18 .44
• 90 '.. - John Palmer,. • 342
407. 86 William Smith, .-15 48
300 . Peter Yarnell, •11 40
183 Francis Johnston; , 8 42
248' John Fry, jr., 7.48
330., , Thomas, , ' 10 80
150 Francis Johnston, 7 12
183 Stephen Kingston; 8 00
170 Blair McLenahan, 6 52
466 ' Jacob Wetzel; '22 25
382 . Joseph Simons, 14 50
,40,6 150 John Sltyron, .15 44
218 John Price, • 4 '26
200 J. Nicholson, (w. 4) 7 00 1
98 Andrew Dunlap 350
102 Jacob Morgan, 3 86
221 John Morgan, 8 30
217 Casper Haynes • 824
385 Christopher Baker, 14 02
. 3B John Bost, 1 74
217 Casper Haynes, 822
Penn Township.
583 200 Andrew Rees, 0 001
5982 425 14 John Nicholson, 12 77
" 168 John Nicholson, 070
" 40 G. R. Barrett, •1 20
5937 90 . Catholic congre'tion, 246
" 93 Cochrane Tract, W.
Hipburn, 2 80
Pike Thwnship,
5781 950 John Nicholson, 19 92
5778' 1020 do 18 32'
200 A. &W. P. Reed, 8 65
5777 1020 24 John Nicholson, 31 68
5780 720 04 do 13 12
100 Wm. Hartshorn, 200
220 D. &. W. Hartsock, 4 62
468 47 Juo. M'Fenon, &c0.,8 40,
Union Thwnship.
2006 475 Roberts & Foi, 17 47
3587 350 do . do 13 08
3591 300 do do n 23
4251 850. iJamss Wilson, 31 83
3581 276 Robots & Fox, 11 00
3568., 50 .do do . 183
3010 ''7s do do 279
3608 59 \ do do 183
No. s. \ Clearfield Borough.
66 John Fleming,
106 Hugh Wilson,
121 J. Klino,
122 J. Burg & Hofrnoise,
4,years, \2 68
133 Jacob Kline; 2o
143 P. Shindle & Shaffne r l,
88
170 Andrew Brown, 80
184 Michael Lentz, 80
185 R. M'Clurc, 89,
156 J. Watson, , 120
- 175 . • . .Christ. Kaufman, 40
180 A. Whitmer, 40
181 H. Barr, 40
F. G. MILLER, Trs'r.
March 5, 1852.
11 00
18 79
8 87
8 87
43 IX
15 11
609
b
1, 4°
It mg
1$
6 2
a
40
9 90
I 66
416
PI 14
3 76
10
, i 1
92
IV
6 1 14
3
14 00
40 04
40 40
IA 49
10 elf
87 80
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
BY VIRTUE of an Glider of the Orphans! Court of Clear.
field county. them will be exposed to PUBLIC arms.
at AP RI L I Nevi Washington, on MONDAY t describ e d g
of 1832. at PO o'clock, M., the following
• • REAL ESTATE,
Late the property ofJonathan Pearce. decene•
situate in Bell township. Clentud con n.
.UL • Is. and known ae the ItOltAlIA UGH
P..i11; , containing
100 Acres,'
More or len. adjoining lands of Miller &redden the North. of
Mactnantis on the West. tinniest en, der pn the South. and
sosder onthe heals), thereon ended& comfortable
Two• Story Log House, a Large Log Barn,
with about 76 acres of Cleared 'Land in
a good stute of cultivation, and a good
bearin g Orchard thereon.
TERMS.
ftNE-lIALP Bash at the coafirmation of these's% and the
bilious in one tear there all er. with iutereut. to be secured on
the premises by Bend and Mortgage.
By order of theVourt
lessp. nurrott..
JOHN HY
, SAMUEL wr.a.ven.
Administrators cfJonathan Pentoe. deceased.
March 12.
13 VI
ti 18
18 8,
0 04
tS 110
813
43U
al3
18 is 4 '
Hi 86
82 €3
8! 61
3163
11.1
*2BB
440
04
DD. ITARDDIAN P. TUOMPSON,
S ipm.AVING located in Curwensvitleiefrors St,
his professional services to the citizens S
,‘"
ul that place and the surrounding country.
2 Whon not professionally engaged, he will be 5
2 found at the office formerly occupied by Dr. '1
J, C. Richards, or at Scofield's hotel. Calls S
will ho attended to at all hours, ap. 3, 'M ,
Tl Irikco Notaappo
UNHERBRHiED intends DRIVN 0 LOGS rom
the of the Ohms , 'free and Users Creak. t oeth
Boom at Lock Haven. during this SPring ; said logs are all
marked with a K cut in the log, and most all beanug the tti-
Idols of the undersigned stamped la the end. -
HE HEREBY CAUTIONS ALL PERSONS, not to later.
fete or prevent the fl oating of sold logs by detaining or har
boring them a they will be dealt with according to law.
Feb. 2/, 1152.--ew.spd. JANE S W. KELLY.
Se 76
408
174 76
86 76
10 76
20 76
21 84
9 26
8 82
10 3G
. NOTICE
To Justices of the 'Peace. • •
11112 Judges °fine Ooti rt of Qn Snot Bessiona hare appoln.
tad me to proieoute on behalf of the Commonwealth for
the bounty of Clearfield. Thai/salmi at the Peat* wilt there•
fore plea.o make rears to me of all Commoewealth business
by mall or otherwise. Cl soon after the same comes before them
a. the nature thereof will admit of.
JOSEPH t 3. PRANGE.
Clearfield, Deo, 20,1951,
21 84
7 20
20 76
4 20
I 86
1 84
2 10
TAKE CARE.
'PRE t ers of township. will take onjoe
L that tho t oowine kUiiOOi . fAX on the Duplicate of
Robertw ens, Collector for the year Ic6l. or on the Duplicate
ofJes. A. deed. &hoot Mature+. for the prcyrous tea ,
teout red to pay the BOMB to the enhscriber, on.os belore FRI.
DAY the 20th instant. Those necleorinc to do so may pre-
Pare for war. N. K. Alckita.LAN, Constable. •
rob. fl. 1252.
Ibttee to Tta.Payers.
ALI: PEttfi. nNS who pay to theCotteoldrs or their teepee.
(ice townships, the whott emount of their t:TTATB TAX
on or before the first day of.' ULY nest. shall bays an abate•
ment of FIVE CENT allowed to them by the CrAteators
of their respective townships. Ur order of the Commbalonets.
Commis , lonsta t se,l Attest,
Feb. nth, Ibtd. G. B. GOODL.AN DER. (Wk.
Nolte° to Collectors.
MOM& 18 UERESY . GIVEN, shpt all C Aleetors of
1.111 Catiti.i and Stele Tax wilt be °halal Biz per cent Dr.
TESEST on all mower due frcin one year alter the dale of
their tespectlve Duplicator.' 11l order or the Conanabudoters.
Atteit, G. D. coa....LANlign.
Contenlealv eta' Mks. Feb. U. 1134 Cletk..
27 00
35 20
22 80
9 90
3 52
3 95
28:70
23 07
Letters of Administration.
oTicg HEREfty GivEN.thet WIWI' Or AdMillittra•
ri Sloe neon the estate of Jun BalllMPl.inte Al Monis
tossarttlit (Newfield a mita', itetotased„ hays In the form or luw
Wen wrested to the sobrerlb nu All perms, ladettted to mid
estate are rtmiestect to p make payresat Immedi tell. end
settlement., Claims will reterit them duly authenticated (or
setement.. CA.THAKINie BROw Pi. Admlsist rates,
Feb. 27,1852.,,EVH ,
ITII. Admmistrauv.
Eitate of William Dunlap, Deceased,
MOTICE IJELLEBY GLVEN. teas letters►
of AMAMI,:
111 birettas open Om Estate of William Lenten. d.o'd.,lete
or Ms tow osbb. hairs bees le due to m of law, granted toile
subscriber. Ati persons bevies Maims entelust said estate will
'vegeta them properly eutheattosted for settlement. end those
envies said estate will make 18 pa
AA y sn t) u ( UN
lonned N
latety.
6.011', • • -
• • • • Joutpipu rsi LAP, Pike tows:l'o,n.
rob:O. !B&B. JAM PS A. 1E96 EP. Law rot oe synth , p
.
Ot — lo S ho e m akers fpfd Others..4o,
'First
, i.itte'SERSEY.C,AL ' 'F' SKINS acid'
Mena Marocco and Pink Liningo,
Fos a
tithe ld ds. vo rzchqap lathe Lion of J. L.. MN ITU.
Cle MVO 10. 'bti.
~,SA it B. TAYLOR
TANNER. and BOOT and 1311L1E
Caratawsvilin; • • Dea.lo/.labi.
'CHAMBERS, KLEPFER.;-,
71IEELAV RIG !IT .0.11A.111#1,41BitEl.; big -4104
Poll , ran .owash:p. lJec. 1851. •
. . . .
.GEO, !, itr,v
TAlLva—vvest eta .I%q *tow. ,
staqi—Cleatneld.• • • • Irsl
S.: - ''• •
.
B°°" Lfil Oda In'ii.miei'itgw On
Market stroat-431eptifiald... • • ,I)ce.a ) ?to it. r
MRS. ELIZA IRVI
weal°ltrchaHE a TAllAtt
e•
n l d e
lATStattElirea&
/lU'. u ps .
vino:. r o ;ha :91.1e51.
, JOHN 'FLE(3r,III4'
P.VEIOMPSOiV,' •
Di'
NWye tel N-61 fty be finin LI either MI br: cazi,.#o' •
' !tutel7Carwensv flie-Then DIA L Not pro 9 t
Omen% . • • • • 1)60.11. 861. r•
SAMUEL %y
BOOT awl giU9gidAK4--Ourweritylieji.o.,
WM. W. FLEIIIING • I
aIkYSITER SALOON. gATINtI-11UUSit 80(1_001414C7
,TIONAItY—Car tensville. .. • Deo. W IWI *.
EDW. B. 'PATTON,'
,
CABINETMAKER—ksit. end or State' latent—Mira lir
'Li vitas. ' Dec..t ISO!,
JAS. B. GRAtIAM;..
OST AFfrEst. MrlWill ANT and iMALED. IN WE—
BEK--Qrahamtop.ltradlotd township. • • • ,
Doe Y 9.1951.
C. • KRATZER, - •
it/I-ER(3I/INT AND LUMBLIL I IgALER--Cionser *IF
LTJ. Front and Locust streets—Clearfield..
. , Ve5.0,11351t,
JAB; ALEXANDER,; •
OADDGER AND NALltElizi MAKER—Ia hisiturshop
oa Marketstreet.setamerreirshotel.
D4o. 99.1851.
•
WALLACE & HILLS, • •_'• I) ''•
ETAI LEM OF FOREIGN AND, LKIMWSTIC Mt L
ILOIIANDISE—at 8133sy's old Btai3o—Cllesift61 4 1.
- Deo: 910.101.;
I. L. BAIIRET'I I ,
m Etten LUMBliituAri
AAA• OIJCE üBALER--At Murata rota'. at tout *ld
Dr,idsto • , L k , a 811 . 1 ow
, ~ .
'D. S. PLATTMER,
rip/aunt—New weemnetee.•Buretkle tonii: tl,
field conmy, • ' VecTlPb w er IA 4 41 . i
--'
. .
JOHN CARLILE, • '
BI.ACKBMITH. & JILISTiC in? VIZ PEAPE - • Unita
arc ors D 00.24 v
. MESHICK GRAHAM, ' .' 1 ",
.. • •1._.. . 3
AREIER RN D HAIRDRESSER—WiII attend *all se.
wands In his line on short notice, and la the Moat ant e 4 .
lento* manner. HletWal, will beloand * the bas•Mmit Mo '
ra.
Mil
of the anas Dm
00. - , , . Julian, V. Viii.
. _—
O. B. MERRELL - , '
ri Q PPErt. TIN it tiArEl s IRON WARE AIANtIiAC:i,
estptei a old Itand oo Monet otrelergillt
Geld, •
2 00
1 20
1 20
ROBERT MANLY, :
Vr j uiEeirkTeViTt."ffiliUgini lt rYMgiintaa L t o,
ems; md. • Deo. a?. 14904 1-
J. &. J. G. RUSSELL
TTANNERSISt COURIMIFI AND DEALERS Pt At/l.
kinds of Loather: !inlet, Veal a, Ito" taken la PIO/page&
Venom Pn.—Grainplanhiin P. 0., lab. 4. 1818,-
• WM. P. CHAMBERS,
ufTilEEGwittotrr,dlikklithiiiKEß. sad 110M3D
PAlNTED—Durvmatille..
Dec.lo. WI..
G. C. PASSMORp,
LAcKstarrn—At the Uld Foundo—Curve
vtirdle....
Prices to snit the limes! ' • Dee. 104.1831. '
MOSSOP,... •
ErAmnit OF FOUA.ON 'AND DO:Ai:2llc MER-.
CHANDWE LILIUORti--At Blgig iv Os's. DIM
stand. Also, on the west side of iklst.teet. . Ma.
PETER SEYLER, •
RON-FOUNDER—Near Lathembure—groare aA Botts' , el
I t.:attrags are made , of the bett material.ma 2 ragitiOle
terms.
THOMPSONS, HARTSOCK,'&.CO" —
• •
u ON-FouNDEß4—corwoi.vithi. An extanstvil anon- ,
meat or Outings mAde to order. - Dec. 24 1851",
• AVM. I%icBRIDE, • -
11ETAILiBEI AND DEALER IN •LIAIDES—NostiaiK
Cornet of State and Locust areets•Durrenswllie• • •
• Deo.•80,
ISRAEL COOPER
Et tall o f Farris aad
P°lormaTAFll.l.G,4l°.MPATentivi e delo itplbs„ ,
the. 20,
ISAAC JOHNSON,
.Frit?aTke a tigt ill)EMAlC ifer. Wr " " d re:ll6
3. L. HUNTER,
R ,
ETILER OF FOitEIGIN dr. 1)661 . 63T10 81E40 1 MS - t
1.11 Old E—Dl ar tot stoaet. two doors west of Mestere tote.:
Deg, la. /WA. ;
THOMAS. SEIF,A,: •
ABEIIONAB TASLOR—Ie Pltw's Row, ell kteo,l4 ,
street. tmosodtatetrOver the Post Oce—Cleeifteld '
Deo. Wd.
A. K. WRIGHT,
TUT UV:HAIM ANDOw eXCEN*IVE_ ai
PHALER J1V144,
LTA PER—Douthwest ner of OW Disoddneatii Id.
, , , Deo. Mi. 1614:
• S. C. PATCHIN;" j i •
MOPE.' Retailer ot Foreign And Domiditie pie;
VI - eland's'. and Ltuntier Merchant. Pack IinP.RMI.
B. F. STERLING;!,: •
SADDLE & AaRNEBSVAREIL. asd JUSTICE CHIP
THE PpACE—Cutyrcumdio. , Deo.lld. ON.
ROBERT McNAUL, •.'
TANNER—Ai the DUI STAND fit Cu tweurittle. _
Dec. ea.
LEONARD 6r, MOORE, , i ci ,
ERCHANTd AND LUMBER
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ISAAC SMITH;
MERCHANT. AND Dgm..Ett. IN LUMBER 'AINHE
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and Locast—Curwoosvilte. &Min, •
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• M. E. WOOD,
PHYSICIAN. Mn, always be faind at hi. 111
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