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ARRIVAL OF TDB ASlit
Th&British mail steamship Asia arrived
at New York yesterday afternoon, about
5 o'clock; havitivitilled from Liverpool at
about 10i - A. , -M4.ori.Saturday morning,
14th inst., with eighlY r lbur passengeriand
the usual•mails, &d, , .
Esorawn`.---ThEEtigligkilaPero aro al
most wholly. 'barren of incident.
The London Sizirsays : ,4 .1 t is reported
in American circles Mit iVlr..Thos.Baring,
of Thiring,Brothers & Co., is about to pro
ceed to the .Ultited POWs, charged,.wlth
special mission, from our Government, to
endeavor to ciirange tho Fishery dispute.
This appointment would give,much satis.
faction on the Other side of the Atlantic
where the antecedents of Lord Ashburton
and family, as well as business cennec
tions; would insure Mr. Baring a cordial
reception. It is certain that this gentle.
man has recently had several interviews
with Mr. Lawrence."
`pm Laid= ,Morning Post, publishos
two lettem from Lord. Londonderry, to
Louis Napoleon, charging him with broach
of faith in not liberating . A.l)del Nadir.
Faarma.—The - President returned to
the Palace of St. Cloud from his newly
purchased Chateau of Lamont) Bezvron,
an Sologue. , Ho passed the whole of Sun
day and Monday there, and minutely in
spected the wdrks,' which ho has ordered
for repairing and, beautifying the Chateau.
A letter ?rote Malinos states that Chan
gamier has returned ',from Germaqy and
proposes fixing his residence at Melina.
Louis 'Napoleon's , : Marriage with the
Princess de Vasa, is deferred, but the pub
tie are not Made ace - Minted with' the res.
son. The Stin artd other' Papers say it
never will take place.
Paussm.—Cholem is committing rave
ges•in the Posen districts bordering upon
the Polish frontier, near Kalisch; At Os
trow°, Pleschen, Kroloschin and',,Priggo
dice, the deaths are aumeroM. -A few
cases, had happened at Berlin,.but , the Po
lice abstain from Alarming the public by
any public announcement. "
The LondonMorninn . Herald, learns
from Berlin, B,th, that th e
,' Prussian Minis
ter to Switzerland, had received orders to
address.s somtnutur to the. Federal Coun
cil calling upon it to re : establish •the an.
cient political relations with Prussia in the
Canton of Nearchatel. In case of refusal
the amicable relations will be looked upon
as broken, and the necessary coersive
measures will be adopted.
AUSTRIA.-A decree, of 31st July, for
mally abolishes the National Guard, and
in its stead organizes a "Reserve." After
having served the eight years- appointed
by law, every soldier, sailor, gen d'arme,
and policemen, the "Military Borders" ex
cepted, I.4ll:belong to the Reserve:' for two
years. The Reserve, it is declared, will
be 'required, "in case of war or under ex
traordinary circumstances to enter into
active service, which active service will
cease with the unusual circumstances."
'Vienna letters say that Government is
about to abrogate that portion of the feudal
law that permits any one to claim a parcel
dined if it had once belonged to his an
testers. Great abuses have crept in under
this law. It , is also proposed to establish
an Orphan's Fund in every province, and
to loan the funds at reduced rates to land.
owners, also to adopt severe measures
against strikes of workmen.
Ixer.v.--There is again talk of with.
drawing the French and Austrian troops
from the papal States, leavingonly a French
garrison at Collie Vecchia and supply the
other stations with the newly recruited
Pontificial army. This latter force comes
on but slowly. The Corriere Mercantile
of Genoa,•says, that a want of money pre
vented the Pontificinl Agents from recruit
ing mgre than 800, or 1,000 Swiss and
Gorman;C.a,t)rlfes. As to the iristi ? (it
continues) upon Wheel' the Holy See prin
cipally relied, they haVe been obtained on
Mt:deride terms, but the English Govern-
Ment will tot authorize suah enlistments,
particularly after the protestant spirit of
Late and Im portant
. _ from Itlexico.—lnsurree
' Wady Blavements.
Nnw Oax,Earis, Aug. 24.
The Picayune has reCeiveci dates. from
the city of Mexico to the 3d inst., and from
Vera Cruz to the 171 h.
Thecountry continued in a very unset
• The,revolution in Mazatlan remained in
. quo.., ,: v
The insurgents however had entered
the city of Guada ! lajara,.te defend which
troops had been Ordered out by the Presi
The' 'labeled° movement was still gain
ing ground. The government was endea
voring' to effete otiations with the lead
It is reporte at Gen.Aranza had pro-
nounced•in• flyer of Arista as Dictator.
Thillegislattire of Vera Cruz had pro
posed to the government, to make a treaty
with the United States for the extradition
. • •
of fugitives from, ju ice.
There is nothing In relation to Cot, So
.loo or the Tehauntepec• rotite.
Internal disorders' and revolutions' aro
rife throughout the entire; coontry.
- Southern Items.
-RALTIMORE, Aug. 30.—The Savannah
7 Reitibliitzfiispresses the opinion, founded
on *hat it deems reliable information, that
Mr. , Stephens,"of Georgia, will support
Mr. Webster for the F'resideney,
FATAI44ARY4O..-7Two men, William
Jackson and Armstrong Powell, citizens
9rtEteal..e `,township, who were with a crowd
serenading newly Married couple, on
feet Thursday evening, - got into a quarrel
. with each other. --,P6We'll stabbed Jackson
'tfireq I.ieiel• i in the abdonen, -.and ‘twenty.
ode 'times in trio side near the heart and in
"the bfirle...l, Jackien lingered
wheli lifter enduring grcal,',slifier
- ing: • lie leaves !ate familk l MPO ‘Vare
dependent upon l hin), for pipptir,,t,,'' Powell
is, p,ow, in jail awaitiog )lio, p,t,the• next,
court.--Agiii Pa., Sentinel; iug..l9.
t , t'
t an, __ague 18.
Yesterdat Mning:wo had.the pleasure
of 'WereOming:CaFitain S.
of Atii,Biiittt infantty,.U..S. ;A.,-direct fronri .
For; "I, 4 axttirtie:, Ca ptain . K.,has
ed into the States unon business, pertaining .
to the serVic,e, and brings his lady with
him. .He has for some tirce,Past; been in
command at" Fort Laratnict; and is proba
bly as intirnatoty acqu a itrand with.tho Jodi.
arq around 'theFurl as,tinY officer that has
,stationed there. A large nein
ber of persons from the Fort and vicinity
hriVe - come into the settlements and this
city, most - of whom will' return this fall:
The emigration to California, Salt Lake
and Oregon had commenced passing the,
Fort before Cat. K.' left. SieknesS had
almost entirely disappeared, but there was
the usual amount of quarrelling and diffi
culties among the companies. At tho Fort
there was an abundant supply 'from. the
surplus of Government stores offlour and
meat, but the past Was not prepared to sup
ply sugar, coffee, Sze. There Was how
ever no destitution between them.
About a days journey from Fort Kear
ney, a couple of men in pursuit of buffalo,
got astray from their party, when they
were overtaken by some Indians. The In
dians approached them and offered to
shake bands, and as the white man, a Mr.
Daily offered his - gun in the left, the Indians
attempted to take it from him. Ad' he
,jerked away and turned around, the Indi
ans shot hifn through thebody,,and he ex
pired soon after. A shot was fired at his
companion, but without effect. The Indi
ans then retreated taking the mules of the
party with them.
The companion of Daily buried him as
well as he could in the sand, and came in-
to Fort ,Kearney, when Capt., Warton,
the post, sent out a detachment of the men
to trace if possible, the Indians, and inter
the-body. Capt. K. was unable to learn
tho.name of Dail's companion. This af
fair occurred , on- the south side of the Plat
te, and it was not known by what Indialis
the outrage was committed. .Tbe party
corning in were detained some days at the
Big 1314 e -by high water. The grass on the
plains was abundant, and the health at
Fort Laramie and Kearney was excellent.
Tremendous Storm at the South—Great Loss
of Life and Property.
MoBILE, Ala., Aug. 30.—We were vis
ited on Thursday and Friday with one of,
the most severe storms that has ever been
known in this section of the country.
The rain fell in torrents, and overy little
stream is swelled into a largo sized river.
A number of lives were lost, and the des
truction of property by land and sea is im
mense. The lower part of the city is en
tirely submerged, and 4 number of vessels
have been sunk.
The loss is estimated at a million and a
half to two millions of dollars.
POTATOES IN KENTUCKY.—The Louis
ville Courier of the 13th, says: we heard
of a contract yesterday, to deliver 2600
barrels of potatoes, ready for shipment, qt
95 cents a barrel. The potatoe crop is
most abundant in this portion of Kentucky.l
A gentleman in Humers Bottom has rais- 1
ed one hundred and trenty-five barrels of
, merchantable potatoes 'to the acre.
BRIEF AND PlTLllt.—The editor of the
Rodney Mississippian, whig paper says :
"We are not going to turn democrat,
but as for supporting Gen. Scott, we can
not . and will not."
MARRIED—On the Bth ult., by David
Dressler, Esq., Mr. James M. Armagost
to Miss Rebecca Emerick, both of Brady
On the 26th , ult., by Rev. W. Champi
on, Meson Garrison, Esq., to Elizabeth
TeMpleton, both of Curwensville.
On the 29th ult., by. Rev. John Flegal,
Mr. William Lines_ to Miss Mary Ann
• • Temperance Meeting.
Wash!natenians ofeleareld noonty will, hold their
1 Quarterly hleetingoa Monday evening the CU, of BePt•
t 2.88. at early candle light. In the coon louses. The friends
of Temper.mca, and tho Ladies in Particular.. are Adbitstd
Au address may be expiated by P Kra.zer.
Aug. WI, G. P. GULlefl. President.
TIITAIIcv I . ar3ugter ir"4!i o la t
i 646lt,oettiFa t.18...1.t.
at the residenoo of the subtoriberCurweniville.
mence et 11.1 o'clock .a. m.— ' •
One Horse, Buggy and Harness--also,
one Sleigh, „Bureau' Tables, Chairs,
Settee, Seta, Bedsteads, Beds and Bed
ding, Carpets, Books, Globes and Sta
tionary, together with a variety of arti
cles, of Household and Kitchen Furni
JAMES J. HAMILTON.
Corweneellle.SePl. 2. 1852.—P11
5,000 to 30,000 keres Land Wanted.
WANTED to FORELIMB IS, U) to Stores of
YWUnimproved Land is Pentnyivani OA*
s, or Western of
;Tinto. for which • 'All i cont , DITY YRCISIINT ~ or fdElt
-1.34N111,tiE, will barren In oarrnent.
. • Atltlrtns, , , • hOTOHELL WIIITE
Dock Mice% Philstlotottla.
.0014.1NG STOVES,(IF the DIOBT APritovEo sTv LE, ut thp tow oleo of
'LP from sts to 00., Ton Plate for se.
Clearfield. gelP • L. it, CARTER. Agent.
O F the best stile pow iu nse., MID recanted at I:3trattonvllle.
elation wanly. Ca. k'or sale Pi • •
Sept. 8. 1852
-BAK-IRON - 2
ego all setts And sizes kept oonstantßiy on GARTKII 'K hand
ILJF by .14
E550t11,.1851.." •'`• • -..• • •
_,. ,i7ta, ..._ ar,i p.
rgr-,...:','‘i (*Amy , to the remise+ or thelsubser , her
t 0 ....-• ., about the Ist P ot Jtkne Inn. a Brlcilia
vi imp r LAUB+ warbout marks. i'j to iowber is re.
- ' • deleted to collo forward. mold property. pay
charges and a le It awar•oocirwise It will be dealt with WI
the law directs. i ALLEN liIrCIIEGL.
Lawrence towailttP, Aug. W. 7652
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” ' 1 0 3 1 1 /Vs . ttVd e f : 3l itg e ii —sa ti p;ot :tl 1 0 p ) ba ,n" il
-- - -- - /CU/ old. The owner Si recttestsd to dome
forward. prove proosyly, pay charges and deg, • theor away- ,
•Othet W leg thief tw id be.dtspOtedgf hs the•lage dinette.
.• 1.7: W...ISYLAIX:
. lAtiirWWiviihili. Aug. al, 1853.—Pd. •'-', ', ." L v.' . ...,
Vommerclal Hotel. . •
rriffeßittneribsy having B e H
Baled the Pabliouse. tanned,
magma es tbe /Upsilon* Bente, rio lEf South Sixth street,
between Market and Chestnut streets. be. changed the name
of dietitian/10 •
Begs liaiveito inform his friends and' the Yeblio. !hat tahl
hoes° has u .dergone a. thorough remodelling'. repairing. re
pnlittleg end , ' set:mooring. from awe to basement. battler
now o. %fa of tutolture. peddle'. Sea— Sea.. hes been Ptectited
liattrttle most celeeratld Menu Ihetaress ln
eront tin contr.?! luoAtion, and Its ohne tolne
Itaildurd .oents. teainuont Landlnge; Places ol Amusement.
tenshlonable Theroda h fares and l'ub'io Squatos..a. otters in.
dhaements to the Morobant vlsitiog the oily oil busmen, or the
Vraveller seeking pleasure. To le:allies and lemaies visiting
the ally. every' facility will he offered. end eyery,eomfMt
larded 'o artke their alai agreeable and pleasant. • -
A share of the public patronage I. reineotfall y sollcitcd.
JACOB G. 1.111111.1 JARED • luviri
Superintendent. .f . toprietor.
Feet. p. IESI —Om. •
"Every Family should have a Copy' .
An invaluable Boolc,only 25 cts. per copy.
MAN. KNOW THYSELF.
• -- •
BUNTER'S MEDJUAL MANUAL AND HAND
.1.0 BOVA MAMIE AFFLICTED. Containing an out
line of 'the Origin. Progress. Trea•ment and Cure of every
Nice of disease. contracted ty Promiscuous Sexual Intercontse.
by Self Mom, or by Seausi Excels. whh advice for their Pre
ventlon. written in a familiar style. avoiding all medical tech.
nicalitlev, and eyery thing that would offend the ear ads.
ceoey, hum the dev o ted some twenty years successful Pm
lioe,exolusivels to lbe cure of Macaws of a delioate
or private stature.
10 which Is added, receipts fur the curs of the above dhoti.
es, end a treatise on the musses. symptoms told cute of the
roYer bud Agee, for twen•y•tive cents a copy; nix conic' one
duller B'olll be forwarded to any part 01 the United litotes by
meil.freo of postage. Address. postage paid. "lion thd, Post
°Moe " or the Autborati North Seventh S tstreet. ,
Philade ly. Iphia.
ept. II 1912
TOUPIN EIGIA.AItd FORMER'. DR. MINTER
IV forfeit 450 if failing to oars any oats of secret disease that
may corn. under his care, no matter how long - standing or
billeting. Either Box are levited to his Private Rooms, lig
North Seventh Street, PistledelPlea. without fear of interruP•
lion from other patients. Strangers and other who have beta
unfortunate in the selection of q Physician are invited to eall
llsf PO lENOY, Thronalt unrestrained indulgence In the
passions. by excess cr self.obrite, the evils are nomerons.—
Vrernature .mootency, Involuntary seminal ditcharges, watt
ing of the means. lose of memory. a distaste for female county,
ggeneral iilt e y ei x ry co o n:nintionel derangement. IMO to
asult the Doctor With confldenoe
healers a perfect aura.
READ AND ItErLuar.—The afflicted would do well to
I reflect before trusting their health. happiness, and In mane
looses their lives, in the hand. of physiorans ignorant of this
class of maladies. It is certainly im,unsthle foe ono man to
understand all the Ills the human family are subject to. Rs ,
cry respeciabfo physician has his peculiar branch. in which he
; Is more sneassetu I than Iris brother professors. and to that he
; devotes noo.t of his time and study.
YGAttrI.OF PRAGIR., E. coo uzively devoted to the study
and treatment of disease' of the salmi organs, torether writs
ulcers upon the body, I h teat. cost or logs. pains $ll the head.
or bones. mercurial aloe manna. strictures, gravel.
ti ise ing P outhful e tes or trien d nia ' l o If
theWdooawheseby th o onstitution au as i bee une m pen ebed,
cue bes the Doctor to ffor speedy relief to ell who may Once
themselves under his care.
Medicine for •nrded to any part or the Untie! Stitt es,—Prioe
five an 1 'f en dollars per package
Sept 8, IH;9 —ly.
1 GENERAL ELECTION
THERUAS, fly nn Act or the General Assembly of
V V .reriusylvania, entittel • 'An Act to regulate the Gen•
eral nteclions.withist this Cern rnontvellth." it is enjoined on
the Sheriff. leibe different cocottes to give public notice of
such (stoutest, the place Ahem to be held, nod the officers to
bo elected :—Theiefo , e. 1. ALEX ANDLif CALL/INF:Id,
urCloartield eouuly, do hereby give
To the Electors of the county of Clearfield. that a GENER
AL Et.ECTI iN will oa hold on the SEriON I) •111Eir , DA, y
of ILI'. HIER next, theme the TWELFTH tiny or the
month ) at the several election districts in said cou;t: : A
which me and plasm the qualified electors will elect.
One person for Judge of the Supreme
Court of this Commonwealth.
One person for Canal Gommissioner of
One person to represent the counties of'
Clarion, Clearfield, Elk, Forest, Jeffer
son, McKean, Venango and Warren in
the Congress of the United States.
One person to represent the counties of
Clearfield, Elk, Forest, Jefferson, Mc-
Kean, Potter and Tiogn, in the Senate
of this Commonwealth.
One person to represent the counttes of
Clearfield, Elk , and McKean, in the
House of Representatives of this Com
One person for Sheriff of Clearfield coun
One person for Prosecuting Attorney of
One person for County Commissioner.
One person for County Auditor.
The Ehrotors of the county of (Newfield will take notice
that the said General Election will be held at the following
At the COURT 110E6E. In rho borough of Clearfield, for
At the house of WILLIAM HOOVER. for Bradford lOwn•
At the house of JOHN GOSS, tot Decant township.
At the homier SAMUEL td. SMITH. fur Beacom' town
At the house of ISAAC BLOOM .0 , In the borough of Cur
weasrille. for Pike township.
At the house of JAW'S MAURER. for Covington township .
At 1110 house of WILLIAM C. F0....EY. for Brady town.
At the School house on Stneoer's Hill, for Penn township.
At the louse of JAhIYM CURR Y • for Chest township.
At Congress 11111 School Hume. for Girard towrithiP•
At the h ,use al Mil ES I.OIIM AN, for Morris toe, aship.
At the house of Ji HI YOUNG. for Burnside township.
At the house of ASA P II ELLIS, fur Bell townshio.
At the house of JAMES bleN NAL. for Jordan township.
At the house oh GEORG th TURNER, for Boggs township .
At the house of JESSE WILSON, lot Huston townshlO•
At the house ofTHOS.
At the housereJollN 1. BUN HY,Ior Fug low whip.
At the bottle ofrOHN WHITESIDE, for Woodward lowa.
At she PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE, for Goshen township:,
AL the FRAME HOUSE. formerly oo.npled as a brawling
house, for Karthaus township.
At the STORM, HOUSE of IL W. Moore, for Union town.
At the COURTHOUSE, for the borough of Clearfield.
At the house of JOHN BLIA.UCKEIL, for the borough of
NOTICE IS FURTHER HEREBY GIVEN. That all
persons (except Justices of the Pence) who shall hold any
Lidice or appointment of melt or Hutt, under the rOVerninent
of tiro United States . or or this Btu& or of any clty or Maar
pointed distr.ct, whether a cossmaiutoped Ober or otherwise
a subordinate allow or agent. whu is or shall be employed I
under the Lewslative. Executive or /edictal departments of
this State or of the Unite,' Stain, or any city or incorporated
Markt : and also, that every Member of Coagreu and State
Legitimism. and of the common or select council of any city.
or OUatalfilfoOnf of ankiecurporated district, are by law Inca
petite of holdirg or eseicising, at the same time, the office or
a .pointment of Judge, inspector. or Clerk, of any election of
this Commonwealth t— an that no Inspector. Judge, or other
officer of any such) e.oction shall be eligible to any office voted
And the Beard Judges of the respective districts aforesaid.
are required to rreet at t iro coart house, in the borough of
Clearfield. on the rm s.!! FRIDAY uext after the raid Be
rood Tuesday of October, than and there to do all those
thingerequiled of them by law.
GIVEN sinner my hand and seal, at Clear field. this twetity.
seventh day of August. in t ir o year of our Lord ono thous
of the U nited i States hundred a
to Seven tv.Sevent fifty-two. and
nt h. of the Independence
ALEXANDER CAL.DWELL. 1314'ff.
Watts hi® 2 Welt.oh(D6 2
ROBI:IR'r R. WELCH
lfT P.EPB castanet!) on head a fine assoitment of Watches
a .t thy follow.ne low lames—
GOLD LANDED, (4 holes) Jeweled, 15 resole. I/50 00
SILVER. HUNTING CAKE. Patens Lev r WI
BILV EH. DETACHED Lever, fulljewslod LI to rib Od
!SILVER tiPliN FRAM I% lopineds. 14 to Id 00
AIso—EGOND lIAND of various Dices..
He IMO always kbeln OD head a loge aesortment ist&-
Trateus C h a ins ATCHES, of the Lost English amannfao•
ture, such as Llanelli, Crystals. Rove, Bto..
Hold Watch Hands, of all kinds, Also. Fancy bleat. and
Fancy Plated, and common French Heads of all /WIC sizes
and pi 11.183.
IMPALRINQ of Cloaks sad Watches deco to - order. and
for almost nothing.
ISretiop op Second street, adjoining Lamb's hotel.
tAeartield. Aug. 27, 1t152.-11-•
GEORGE LANICH, in., '
WOULD respectfully tender his thanks to those si he IWO
If ill heretofore favored pins wills a share of- their ertatorn,
Yellnow lafornii his friends A b et paddle at large, that his
ews are again io blast. and they can find him in that
o d, long establlshed,and convenient shop on hianond wee.,
foimprly occupied by Wald hits, vltioro - .
-•- • Wagons, Buggies, iSitc. •
Will be Ironed end Gelshod oft In thq best style Radon the
shortest.notior, and allother.work belonging to the business
will be done In the best manner and on tne most acoommB62.ode.
Unionise.. , . . CI . earfield. Aug.ll/.1 .
CARPETINGS AND OIL CLOTIIS.
112.11.31 EA L -Sr k • 1:13,05P1EM LI
IMPIItTEIIB and Mannlac:animal of CARP MIN. end
deniers in CANTON and 0.A.304%. IKAITIIVIR OR,
Corner of Twelfth , and Market St's. Philad'a.
Invite attention tn.thair eaten tiro assortment of so pew new
end Vomiting '
Ruttish Velvat.'lnpestry Brussels, and Rich Ingrain
and Vomiting' Carpeting', of their own Importation. Also to
their large stook of .welt seasoned Floor Vothi. in ail
widths, frames.' to eighiryluds. Our stock of LOW PAWED
INGRAIN CARPET!, °fon r own manufacture embraoes trps
host varlet I of well wade goods ever put in rho market—ail of
w hi c h will he cffered on t he most lavortible terms.
August in. Ina2.—Bm." • .
riNE,GOOD TWO Al.O/14.* t,AGaii it tp . 6 tl ei lz .
Suly 8; 11132:
, . .
10 1 .ELLi . 1E WC lEHOL.
teSIALOW-OITIZEN B OF UtiFABFIELD OuONTY—
.I respectfully offer my_self to your consideration as a candidate"
for the office of Bilwurr at the austtina genets' Elect op—
and.if sleeted, pledge myself to perform 'Ouch:ales shamus to
the best of my abilities:rind without feer,lavori or atleollou.•
• • ' - 'J• WILLIAM powight,:,
Clearfield, Aag, U, 1853. . .
MESSRB. EINTLYIOB, • -
Plvaiirehebiittaii the name .or A1111 1 .:$,
BIAJUM ten.. of Pike townehle, MI e eandidoto for the ()Mee
or orrEitier, at the coming ['all election.
, , Ana ID. IPS2.-0/1.
ME.et3l.lB. MOORII 6t YVILL" . ON-•
•GENTLES.I pi —Plenum cutworm° the Emma of CgORGE
R. Minh of Girard towasicti. 511 a Volunteer caudillpte for
tho ollico of COUNTY COMMD3SLONEU at Ilia exttbiult
uotober Eloctiou, and obligo
August. E). 186.. , .
9rIILT: d w 74 ttl hereby givu tiotieo that thiiir h'aVe eon
DR. CATLIN & WIFE,
To continuo in charge of tho Academy daring another year.
Tne Aeademie yenr• Is divide I into POUR .QOARTEktS
of TWELVE WEEKS. each, and PIVE, DAyS of Tenon.
inn in each week.
The next Quarter will commence on MORDAVUNE .
105•2, at tile following
Reduced Rages of Tuition :
COMMON ENGLISH BRANCHES-elneleding
Reading. Wrltme. Spelling, Arithmetic. Vera.
raphy English Grammer and Hirtory $2 00
ALL IItGiIER ENGLIdII !MARCHES—lngle
lug Latin Grittniner $4 do
CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL DEPART.
DAILY EXERCISES given in VOCAL MUSICin Which
all may riarticloate without additional charge.
WEEKLY LECTURES are given to rite. older pupils on
History, end other interesting subjects. without extra charge.
Such of the older pnuits as choose, engage on FRIDAY
P. M. of each week iu exercises Elocution, CoMposidon and
view questions upon their severallitudies. All others attend
to their usual P. M. studies.
The LADIES DEPARMENT Is entirely wombs from
the other on the part of those who emirs It. Two-or three
classes consist of both sexes. for the purpose of economy in
time bet it is optional with the young Ladles whether to
join such clones or trot.
Tuition is charged fro a the (Woof Lilo Scholar' commen•
eine I o the clote of the Term — ded clarion being
.npule in case
of absence soused lip sickness, unit whim a special agree.nent
is made. in advance. with the Principal
MORAL SU ASH iN has hitherto been the chief reliance o
the Teachers in mowing therms ell ditoiplive—and it has been
efficient. Corporeal punishmentils administered onlyjn the
most obdurate and incetrieffile cares.
Theoonstant aim of the Teachers ii to make the instructions
they impart, as well as that of books. Practical, as nett as
The strictest !mention Is , given to the Conduit, !Ishii' end
Morels of , he Pupils. white under the charge of' the Teachers.
BOARD can be obtained et reasonnhie
1 ItiellAßD SHAW. President.
.1 IL IWENALLY, SecrstetY. Junel6,
PENN IRON FOUNDRY;
Machine, Pattern - and Blacksmith shops,
londoutigned would announce to the citizen. of
i Clearfield. and ad j oining . counties, that he has opened it
room on Sec and street, in the borough of Uieerti,oil, near the
store of Leonard Moore, where he Inteuda kceutnit a
GENERAL A,RTIALINT )1 , CASTINtiti. warranted
to be wade of On b eat materiel, and at price. that cannot fail
to [Peas,. The tbilewlnec.o3.lPo , o n alai he tqck on hands :
FIiLTON'S HOT-Alit o)oKiNo raft
Wind of Veal 'thus Stove ha. probably the largest intro
minim clan, other form of ,genes. It has sotorieded in
nine , every wooly, the well k mown ilethaway and 7..ieg•
ler stover. It ts easily underttoad; hod the flue. being so
arranged that nil can be cleanrid without tiny trouble. T/10
peculiar form alibi construcuon is such as to tender it the
moot durable of rill stoves. Numerous testiroon.als could
ne ridded. hat it in deemed ant ecessitty,
IMPROVED euwuriu sroves—cit (roma
PARLOR STOVES—for either wood or coal.
SA LANANDER do a beautiful Coed Stove.
Br. " do
E & TEN PI I A_TE Etovile—VVlV cheap.
NTLE GRATES, with samara bleca, Alargo variety
and superior finished Crites tram PI to PS Inches.
',COWN GRATEd. of nzet.
PLAIN irs.NTO ORNAMENTAL IRAILINE 119Lbovy
WARE; OVEN mourtiB: IRONI. WAFFLE
do. rit.:ALE REAlkid. WAGI)N 00XES,SILEIGII.SLED
& HOU OAR RINGS. for Rafts. ROAD SURA
PER.I,_n new article. CORN tifIELLERN, CORN AND
CA,DI Ititl. l 4 l . warranted to grind 15 Lae. Late pet hone
TOYERES. ill?. best in one ; do. MAN•
DILILLS and TIRE lIENGEIts
Together with the usual variety of artleles kept at Foundry
Also, Made to Order,
GRIST sod SAWMILL GEARlNG—bay.ng decidedly the
largest dock. and beet variety al pignut." at coy temblith•
meat in welders' Pennsylvania :•aIILL DOGS. SHAP
ING—lane and mall nfoast at wrought hon. HANGERS.
DRUMS and PULLIES • How and other approved Water
WHEELS; WOOD and 'IRON LA'PHES: MANDRILLS
for Ctrealar Saw.. WOOD BORING MACHINE 4.
Constantly on hand and for sale,
PANNING MILL.S. THRESHING MACHINES. PEN
; NOCK'S CELEBRATED GRAIN D 11114.15. ig.o. &a.
Any giged Screw, with guy twined mangier al threads to
the Inch, either co are or V thread.
Brass. (kipper, and Babbett's Metal gi
HA ng' mad
M e to order.
To ill Owners.
rriliE undersigned has appointed L. R. CARTER. of
(Yoartield, his earns for the sate of Castings, who will
meek'', MIN for nil triads of Mill Gearing. and oilier maalniat.-
ry. Persons destious to ems tract will tlo tO call and ex
amine the catalogue of ['sacra.. and spew mens of the work.
belie making engagements elsewhere. Castings will be dn.
firmed. Jr neural. at Cisttilialtl, and warranted to be sonde of
good material. and finished in a won.manlilte manner. flay•
ing tri loaning order FIVE r'uperiur Lathes. and other ma
armory in the same pioportion employing mono but the best
'seamen, rising the *my best Pig Iron and Coal, with many
other advantages, no flatters himself thot hi. work will be done
as well as in the brit city 'bons, anion the shortest notice:
For particulars, call on Mi. CARTER, Agent.
NATHAN k 1 Y Ens.
March 4. tHSII. —l4
TIE subscriber most respectfully informs the cit . itens of
Uhaifialu county and the travelling nu blie generally.
that he has taken th e above named 110Tra.. ■ituatedore the
crosier of Frout and Market streets, in the borough of Clear.
Id, where he will at all tim a be per Pored to accommodate
those who may favor him with their custom. leo Pains will
goesby tho proprietor to make hit OLIVOT , rs comfbaable.
hit house a HOMO to tbo.e who may stop with him.
IIuiSTAIIL.E will he mutually attended to—and his TA-
Lux. zutd BAR supplied with ,he best the market wl.I effo .. rl.
WM. J. ilhalYllll..l
August 11. L 8
Saw-Mill and 200 Acres of Land
aFOR SALE or imEST --1- .T.
,11 , 11 E rubseribers offer rovelAWA or .1f INT their eXAW
1. MILL. toirethor wtth TWO 11131 , 4141. ED ACKEB
UMBER LAND. situated In resin 11.10. Clearfield
county. Tots utopians' pusessm many advantages as a Lum•
beans establishment. being Wonted on the stream known es
Itig Run. about •.C.i mi es horn the river. and in .11n midst of
au extensive timber retool.
The prouerty will consist!, be Bold or Dented. The terms
wilt be luvorable and resitssidoe ;riven immediately.
rip- Lem further pa ucu.ars apply eithomp Hugh Leavy, at
Clearfield. or to Clark and Daily, on the"Gramlnfluhills. near
the pro. erty.
OILS, TALLOW, GREASE,
3 0gb lIA tOtELS MADDIN ER It OIL. Place 75 cents
6500 LI ALL(/51:1 Pado
in ...a. es of widens SIVI, 'Prwo 75 ets. Par Cal!Pft. ,
900 RAltti ELS BOILED PAINT OIL, du do do
60t0 GALLONS 1)0 do do
In casks of ratio seizes Du do do
850 lIARRELS TANNERS' OIL. Velflolll kinds and
q cud hies, float 13.1 to 50 per gallop.
1500 GALLONS in Call:tut VliflOUl size:. Various kinds and
oa•lities. from Sato fta par gallon.
60 TONS TALLOW GREASE. tor Heavy agarings, and
• C y omm Machiery. in Darrel. or Cks. of any consisten•
o required. Price U cents per pou as nd.
160 lONS 01110 DIINEAL ratter. in Bairati, at the
lowest mat ketprice.
MAOHINLIRY warranted not to chill in the coldest
went het. and considered by tbuso using tt equal to liperm.oll,
BOILED PAINT OIL, eghtl to Linseed OIL other than
1 am constantly receiving large supplies Of the above named
articles, and toy motto 1.. "Small profits and cluing. returns".
11 F. FUND.
pit Water Street. (under the Pearl it II I+ use)
New York, June 12,18311.—5m0. NeW .Ywk G il?.
A OHNTS of exterrieire wanted.
„ to opernto for the PAU
G AIIITUAL HEALTH
AtitiLMATION OP ILI . Pa.. to whom coed
encouragement will be given. AK , lf at Iho °flux. No. 64
south deoorr,ttitteet — or addles (mat Ladd) .
P. BALCH. Pit:trident. •
Harrisburg, Aug. lg. 1863,
Why . Dont't Yon Insure? '
TLYWMING MUTU ALIN:St/RANCE COMPANY
will continue to make insmance Deepest LOStilli BY
VIVA, on buildings and other lir...petty. at us ltie , a tato as
osby responsible company
if loins occur they aro Promvtly maned no more than. Is
necessary to mike good too actual losses sustained. iscollected
at any time.. Penous residing so Cleuitield county. desirous
of insuring their property eon hare Me saran atteudet to tr y
addressing the subscriberat Idiots cost paid.
August JOHN L. OUTI . LH. Aimee.
Estate.a LL. - hinter; deceased. •
"EENY GIVEN. th‘rt the hooka and ao
counts of". L. 'IGNITE. deceased.' nitre been placed
in coy hands by the Administrator, George limner. for csl.
leo ion and settlement. Persons indebted will do well to at.
tend witbont delay as my °Mee In cuarflow.
Au ust 9 , , lEel3. , JB.
rliflECe.Pattuotship heratote a inking between the sub
j. a u t hors, trad,no as partners In the name of J. P. la
IIOYT. was dissolved by rankual. COritcat, us t h e Pah or
July last-1.); W.iluyt having withdrawn trona the husluess
Tho accounts or the luta run, will be rattled by J. P. Hoyt.
who will continue tbo bustainnut shs ola stand as haretolore.
• ,•• 1 , •. ..4011N , P
"„. ' aoriDAy. tforr.
Fergtuou township . antr.ll4 lo3 ! • • ••' • "
Piercia i:4; "b r
4 1 1iiEl nate b r wa ft;r idfai On' ifni,iiidolib t iftibror
fapi ti ti zen i m t i .ilo ). f.fika. : ,
1%). jJerencliint has on; hie woe noon the 0,0°4 •
'And now.towit. the 14th day ofJal 1, 002, :the tlndernFned
takes thlentathod of Ovine, • r• '!l
• ! : Public:Notice !-„„."1„
oal neurons aterested in the trial or the ahrolo ' ciMse. that
behttsjust rammed rom the Latent Cities ilaraCintlltieet
assortment of . • .
Hardware 4. Queensware
Which lib is now prepared to sell to either poribcrrits
Whigs at the lowest oculist° casts ,priocio or in Exohauccr for
The above stook of goods has beta selected with moat care
as to duality and price—and with u dtterotinatlon to SEW..
(MBA eßit than can, be uuraharad Many other establishment
in Ohs borough of Clontlield.
And as we charge nothing forshowlag heir goods, or tel log
our prim, we earnestly tov,to all Dernocratio and Whig La•
dies and (butternut b call, examine,. and la4ge tor th out.
Atthe old stand on Second 'trent:, nearly' optiosite the nisi.
dance of Uovernor Dieter. 111CII AN/ MOSSOP.
Cioarlield, July 14, 1052. • ,
WAR DECLARED WITH ENGLAND!
WAR WITH Eno wain is here)/ declared nit the lab
terthvr whir reoeived from the•Workiof lit •
VINH, 51'COY tr. CO.. Milesburg, Pa,. an extensive lot of
MON of every desetiotion. and of the very best quality..
which he will sell at the tullowing reduced Pricer
Common , bar, Iron, Assorted,
Horse-Sliod bar, alono, 4 00
Nail Rods, alone, - 4 50
Nails 'at .5 00
and when a larger quantity of - either nails or Iron le ref/aired.
a greater redaction is made. There will els, be found at the
lame estabtishmant, a large assort meat of
Stoves of every description,
Conking Stoves. Ten Plato, Cling Poste. Parlor C.4tl and Wood
Staves, all of which will be slid aseheso, and a little Cheap
er than were ever before altered in thew parts.
Cali and sea lor yourselves, near Leonnru /sr liloore's store.
• L. It. CARTI3II. Agent.
Clearfield, Anzast 5, 1553.
TO TILE TRAVELLING PUBLIC.
Pint Class Hotel—Terms $1 50 Per Day.
mhe subscriber, having lately beCome proprietor
ul the FRANKLIN 1101/SE, Chesnut Street,
between 3il and 4th, PHILADELPHIA , and having
reduced the price of board to $1 50 par dny, gives
notice that• notwithstanding thin reduction, ho
continuo to keep a FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
The Franklin House has just undergone extended
alterations, nod to now fitted up strut finished in au•
perior style for the reception Cl visitors. The Low•
or Floor, lortnerly occupied by stores, is now inclu
ded in the Hotel, knitting ii spacious Reception
Boom, Gentlemen's Parlor, and Dining Room. there•
by allownig an addition of thirty chambers and sev ,
ernl beautiful parlors, fronting on Chesnut at. 'rho
Ronnie of this Hotel ore superior to most others,
being constructed with alcoves. fermiog parlor and
bed chamber attachea, well Highted.and ventilated.
The location Is umnirpossed, either tor business ur
N. H. %V(KAIAN, Prop'r.
Philadelphia, July 26. 1852.
FOR SALE.' .
GOOD oNE E: E -110R, 110 0 Y • with a
Eg2tALeather top. in complete older, end as good
,'al now, for Mile cheap. POI lorther partioalm E. s
engaue at 11116 041°1C
100 I. I , ?htl.
e V •
‘)R Ssetamentel Bud iledteal purposes. for sate et the
FIJHEAP UAtltl &ova of
Jolt 15. MOSSOP.
WM. NEWELL & SON,
Wholesale Grocers & Commission Merchants,
No. 3, South Water st.,
HAVE eiway, on hand a LARGE AND %VELA. SE
I.IIOI'ED aewrtment or GROCERIES. WINES.
TEAS. ate.' tow filch we invite the attentlos f (X)UNTILY
MERCIIANTS. Got. o
B l.ntheribtirg. Pa . 'attend in all burl
sea. ill his line. sod will also furnish WAGOriti. BUG
81.3.. very uncap. and ruanufacta red in the hest style
and warranted. Aug. 1.1851.--y.
(E)17 1 2) UM CO
?VMS PREPARATION is now Feting offered lathe Pantie
as a GUARANTEED CURE for the HEAVES IN
lIORSEi, mid as the• only known medicine la the world
having been used In the private Veterinary practice of the
ntoprietor for the lilt 30 years; and he has never known it to
fell In a slant e frist•nce of producing a lasting cure, and fray
leg the hone id teas spirits fer work. The utter inoomostan•
ay of the horse for latior.• when troubled with this common
disease. should induce every ono having sodh to apply tin
mediately for this reined,. •
PRICE' ON E . DOLLAR PER PACKAGE ,
Which will be sent, "with full dirr miens." to any patted
the United States, All letterset communications to be ad
dres,ed, Past Paid, to
1. P HOYT.
Rear of Nn.lo South Street. Philadelphia,
Wholesn'a agent for the United elates.
N. II —Agents wanted throughout the country to whom
e liberal discount will be given; and their ntmes pieced in
the eilvertisements. Address as above.
AB.IPERII ARTICLE or Preach Brandy, 'tooted at the
enstom•lloure. sad for rale
' 11. 610B0P.
CHAIN PLIMPr3 for sale by
lone Pr. WALLACE. IS DILLE,
Moot conic i Oleo Maalias',
FRmccis . tilUitT. resPeatlally apnea:meek. lbe.i.Pnb llo .
that he hat oornenenoed the above hadnets list I LEAH
FLEW) BRIDGE. to the new Windier' ocenpied by John
Conde. on the west aide of the cites. where he will manilla°.
tare LB 101'8 and 111110Eft. of all kinds. and et fair peons. on
Ow shortest notice, and In the very best wanner.
Give fiIIOBTY a call, June 4,1862.
5A416 4 41,
CAME to the premises of tho subscriber Vp
about the 1 00t h ol July last, a STRAY 4 . A
0 )sv , said cow is of R Ell and WHITE , .............;. _.
co'utir end tho fore lest white, and giving '
oula.. 1 ha ow lint is requested to Wine coma d. prove property.
tel charges tied take bat away, or she will be disposed 01
aceerei g to law. I'JLTER. 811.0.4 OEL.
Covington township August 6. I6LSJ
daQ...a a (g) Mao
A LL person. are hereby cautioned against trustier my
w.ife CATHARINE , on my nominal. She is now living
in a ewe of separation from me. and 1. null cat be rowonsible
in nuy way for her mum u autx , , nor h e wnay debt. of
contracting. At a power time will that 1 have
right to make any Provision even lot her luert•
DAVID PIi W. HOYT.
Ferettion township. Ana 9.1E5%
Estate of Richard Ilavis,dte'd.
ri,T ()TI(E 1 1.1 Klt eat le GWEN, That Letter* of Admin•
1 1 4 Istrattou helve beets granted to the sulncribers on the
rsinte of It LUGAR') 1/Al/16 lute of tlexioatin township.
Glondiohl maul", deceased. All oui.ons indebted to said es•
tate u.e requosted to woke iininediato payment—and those
has Inn domande against the tero3 will .presunt the duly
authenticated hut Lath men t.
H. G. DAVD-3,l3oncaria. Ad'arg•
CEO. GILL, Lhadloid.
August 18. 1832
ANY person qualill d to tesob a 006 d HON SCHOOL
can get a situution at Curtvensville. with a liberal corn
_For particulars addicts the subscriber.
Curweravllle. July 23.1R52.
TRIAL LIST. for Sept. term, 1542.
Leonard & Moore vs roghman St Brooke.
W II Newcomer VS te r jamin !latish=
J 'l' Leonard, Assignee. &o. vs ames Turner
Bennett toe of Modal use of
With Grahent,jr, vs II b Hall
13ellgsberger at. Bloom vs Benjamin [Boom
Us Sabine vs I'' A MoGhee„ et. al.
Green nee of SedAwlek vs B Hartshorn
George W Lung ' vs isaed Smith
Guillim use of It Fhaw vs hi Poreeycoint. ol Guilllm
Thos Elliot v. 'lades IL Mollineken
Philip Antes •ros Bigler St ttood
J times Oa:labor jr. vs Burgonder & kirloklev
John ti Chase vs Samuel A mho'
%Vmes Gallaher.jr. va J Burgunder„ et. al.
U Bloom 'mull Smith ve Pater Bloom
Wm Wilton • vs Wm Bloom
JO1CP1) McCracken VS &lite/Will & Bloom
ULLA%) Wilton vs Christine 81)..11 .•
C Emigh • ys J i pmes Albert dr Brothers
George RftlV3rl2 ' . VII .rehird Ration
Jacobi Snyder . vs P Wig vac& A Pitt, •
Hardman Phillips vs•liamnel Bunny •
13sma vg Win Glasgow
Potable & Song ; i - 1 !N} A "Pale.
A Leconte " vs .) Patch's. St. 11 Patabin
• •, • . • WIC ROICAT/I. krothy.
Aug. 10. 180. . ,
CILUV3S6;eitOIIBS Allb, IiUUNtT.3, for Bab at tho 0/103P
July 14. '"• • " •-' mossor
Estate of Nargaret Reed, dec'd.
OTter: ld klEttlati . lliVEN. that lecture of Actratotstres
tiol22 lICIDO the esteem o sREED, hoe of
Ferguson tP.. Clearfield co.; dee'es hero in doeloren or law
been grantee' to the gubicriber. All Denote Indebted to saki
estate, are rentseteti t nsake' parasols' /lintnedittolle and
those slaving (Aetna Wel present them eluly nothaetleated foe
4 ' DAVID FEIIGMON. Adoer.'
014e.atela, July (.9,1832.
Sherites;Salmtif l &lac. .
B Y virtue of a writ of eavarle Naples. Is.
.11.1.) trued onkel tbaDonxtohOtnorneltrean of
Cleal b field oMilstte nod to nso directed, vir Elbe ex* 'L
p_asess to pa lle side, at the Chinn 'MAO littne borough of
Clearfield, on FRIDAY tbOTWENTY-BEYENTD DAY of
AUG DOT 1152 Cl °Week a ass. tho following sletodbed
building, to wit .—Ereetdd ;In Riot or grimed of Jacob Cor
aas, bought of Fredenek Ze lgtee. Waldo , to I,lig Min Craak•
In Brady tow:10014A. Illnale New 'Mid.. Fifty lent long and ,
Sixteen feat wide. and the lot or cartilage aPParte OM
'to and ell the conveoloneek nemearara pout e the sdhl Ma w- I
seized ring taken in exeunt 03 and to be cold as UPI propenit ' (
OfJaeob Loidas. ' • - • • •
n VIRTUE ern' ar treciiiniotirEkoaniti. 'tenni] nut,
of the same coml. and tp meterseted) will bOtseposee to'-'
I public sale, at the court house. intholertoneh of Ciaartield.
on MONDAY the Nth day of tier"rEhtliEtt nest, the fol
lowing dosertbed 'Ono nt Land ,olte Mo Tike towasbip s
Cleattield county. vit.—, Beekman at a hickeryn'tberilee ,
Du perches to post, thetas ID degtoet twit' liti beat:thee to a •
post. north 49 deercee east 151./ perches to at DWI, thence north
45 degrees wed au perches, betas part of. a tract, or I nd acr. ,
veyed pertinence of warrant yarded' te Adorn binning- '
er, with 93 newel blared land, vveilidg flonsen•feadflAblUi
Barn thereon etected. .rile'xed and taken is epention and tO
ba sold as the property of John Henry and Thomas Deity.
BY virtue of a simnel' writ. fined out of the eath pond.'
and to me directed, will be exposed to pphllo sale at the
same time and place, all the interest te delenilatd In end to a• •
Certain Tract' of Land situate in Nell township, CleadietC.
CODete. cautioning 160 acres, being linot , of a survey, Mare
rant No. HO. in the name or .IJcin besinning est
the two fallen
ash corner on the river, the boundaty of said
originnl survey, thence down the bit rods • thence by a )
tine across Dahl 'Tract to the northern doe of the some so au to
Include le.o PM atria paper end of said large Stifvo/, audio
as to include the improvement of said defendant on said tract.
with two li• urn, Ntabling and dew MAI thereon erected.
and 'trout 90 acres cleared. Belted end taten In execution '
and to be told as ihe property of George Welters. • '
• ALSO, •
• 'lll. Y, virtue of a similar writ. teased out of the same gotta. ,
LP inn to me directed will be exposed to public gals, At the
same time and place, a Certain Tract of , Land situate in
Boggs township, Cleat field coo nty contenting 409 acres mu
veyeti on warrant to Robert Morris, boundiet by Wm. Mr-,
ris titophen • Kingston.' John Houston and John TtiOnitil..—
Also 60 acres la said townshlor, adjoining the Robert Monte
survey, beginning at a post thence mirth 49 perches to ss oor•
perches Jelin Thomas. Mamie perchee to a post.
corner of to plane of beginning. cut oil the eourhwen, of
the Walter Blownt survey, with to awes cleated on the Of
acre tract. Seized and taken in execution and tube oald as the
property of John Mese.
B Y virtue of an alias similar writ, issued out of the sumo
court, and to me directed, Will D 3 exposed to pnblio sale
at !tin same time and place. all the interest of 'Joseph London
acd John London in and ton Certain Treat of Land, situate ,
in Peon to wothip . Clearfield county, beginning at a Malteds
west to Estes' Pi London's land API perches, thee W south inf
land of A. 11. Deed 106 perches to a post._ thence again east
101 l oerchee,•t hence north by land of A. B. Deed 106 perches.
to place of beginning. bong part of slimy known , as No,i
56.0. eat talning about 11 actin , with a Two titory liOnte rend
about 10 acres canted hereon. Also 61 no ea et land situate
n 'tango township. In cold county, boundel by land of Geo.
Wilson, son., and by land of Cadbury, with a Caten.houra..
and Barn and about 10 acres cloned thereon. Seised and: ,
taken In execution and to be old as the property of Joseph
LPY viltue of a sirulter writ, Issued out of lbe same courts!
andto ins directed, will be exposed to public' sale at the
same time and place, to wit—All tire title, interest and
claim of defendant, of. in and to a certain tract of land Inn•
ate in 'Semite township. I ;leattleld county, beginning at a
white pine. thence by the Theron Gibson sway southll6
perches to post, thence by lend poet to survey n west tig
Perches. thence west De the Hobert Wilso 116 perch.
es, thence east by ltuao Racket' in perches loplace of besti
rring., befog Pan or a larger tract in the nem 'Thomas Gibson.
with a Douse and Lite ble pad anent:ls acres cleared thereon.
Boxed and Inked In eleell don and to be gold bathe propene'
or John U. Miller. 0. ..
D Y virtue of a similar writ. Issue/ out of the rem amt.
LP snit to me directed, will In exposed to pobtle sateen the
some time and place, Anti's, right, title. interest and elates of
James Bonin or, cu, and to a t,e tale 'Bret of Lana sattele
in Pane township. Clearfield county, containing 6Ursents.to
wd—begiuning at the township toad leading to tin Cherry
Tree, thence along the line of John Woods to is comet call
ed Bell's corner, mence at right angles Into the balance of
Peter ()Wee. land a proper distance to make hi/acres. with a
house erected theresn. end about e acres cleared. ecisatil and
taken in exemition and to be sold as the Wooed, ol James
Y virtue of I similar writ, issued. oat of the same wart.
LP and to tee infected. will tie exposed to Public sale at the
sine time and place, to wit.- , A Certain Tract ; of Land Wu.
ate in lleceatie t .wnship, Ciesrfield octant,. bounded by
lands of John Patchie, fiertlnno Phillips, end othen. oon•
tattling about ILU acres, with about it acne cleared. Belted
sod rakers in execution and to Witold as the ;Impact, of Jobe
ALSO, _ . _
RV virtue of a similar writ, issued out of the nine °wire.
" arid to me direttted, will be exposed to pub'io sale at the
same Unlit dud place, to wit—A CertaisTract of Laud situate
In Bradford township.4.llearfielacourity.oentainlng
being panel the Peter Wiildows survey. bc_sioning st a chef.
our, Biesee be Jaooh.DOw Niue north 117 Perehea. threw
west 117 perche.„ tiumae tweth by BmitaPs laud perohei,
(brace eta by ass Genrea R ben's survey 1.17 petihee toOwe
of beartsetne,. with the improvements thereon. Brined sad
Been In ezeoutNU earl to be sold sa the property or Mattel
Ili sinus of a. writ of Ficol Fades, lulled out of the saute
LP Coart and to ma diricteil, wilt be exposed to onblio sale.
nu SION DAY the Iligh day of September seat at the thiart
Ilcuse is the Borough of I.3setlisld, the following ptbnerte.
viz ;—A certain lot of ground situate is the borough of Qtr•
wens sills. t.lleerfield cougar, on the north side of buts street,
sad west f Walnut street beginning at s corner of lot now
or late of Wm. Irwin extending along geld street 50 feet to a
lot ot Samuel Wel ; thence along the tarns siorthwardi IS)
fee., more Or less, to an Alley. thence along the same west
warn 6.1 feet to paid lot. now or late of Wm. Irwin; thence
along the same Southward 150 to the beginning with tWo
store dwelling houiw and stable thereon erected. Wined saill
taken in execution and to be sold as Owl:moped) of Samuel
Sheriff s Oiliest, A o gust 5,1852.
t)(7IIEREAS, Tin Honorable JOHN C. KNOX, NO.
Vlf dent Judea of that:cart of Caren/On Pont Of tile nib
teeath Jodi ial D , triot , composed of the counties of Clear
tied, CIIITIOII. .efferson and Venaugo, and the flosmtabies
RICHARD 611 it %V and JOHN I'. HO YT. ArwalateJadeee
in Clea.deld county, have ma ed their precept blares, .dar
the SIXTH day .01 Augatt. Idsd, to we directed, for nol •
Ct •URT OF
T O Q CO U M R NI T nN R
r ti L Ct o it n tisO. ORPHAN'So _CaOr
U O IT
O O Y UR ANDTEAiiIiEIaAND LENERAJuAMDF
At Clearfield, in and for Clearfield oountyi, on thaTDIRD
DIUNDA y GI Sept. next—being tteilOth day of the month:
NOTICE IR. MEREFORE. I fiErtEDY CiIVENs
To the Coronas, Justice, of the Pew, and Con! salesln /ad'
for the county of Clearfield, to appear in their own prow
person.. with Rolls, Reoorde. Innaissalobs, Ristrolnatiosisterts
other liemsnitiranoes. to do thews things whisth then °Moss
and In their behalf appertain to be done' , wwwww..•
and calm persons. prosecuting in behalf onhe Commonwealth
against any prisoner". aro required to bectben and this* lit•
tending, and not depart telthopt. leave. at, their pail.
GIVRN model ray hand err Clearfield. this 6th dal otAagnets
in rho y ear 01 our Lord one thousand dell oadtad an
t'ifty two:. and the Berenty•sevehth year of mottoes fa
ALEXANDER CALM . WELL. Eherlit
I%TOTW' Is patchy given, that the follow lag atecouttle
Lie have been examined aad patted by me. mad rental* IlleP .if
of record to this (Alice lot the inspteuon of heirs, legatee).
creditors. and all others In any other WaY laterestod; sad
be preseuttd tl de:LC:phone court of Cleardeid Gnat?
to be held at the Court home in the Ltorodth of Clearfield, co'
'foorday the/11st day of tlepi. next, for confirmation gad el.,
lot.—Tre partial aocouut , kf John Curry and Sicapd ROis.
boc oh Executors or James Corry, lets of C. est tOrruthspi
Clhal hold county. deceased.
Eder Final Account of Ed aril Williams add' William
Wooldridge. Adminlstraiors of. lielnuel ltarrier,• lulu of
Bradford township. Clearfield county. deceased.
34.—The Partial Account of Jousts T. beonant and William
A. Walla. :xec u rs ol Win. C. Welch, tate of the bor
ough 01 Clatufield. deetased.
4th.—The Front Account of John Read, J miab,ll. Reed sad
Thomas Read. Administrators of Thomas !Road, lama
Lawrenee towusinti : I 'A.rifl red county. decease
6th. The Account of Elenrunfirs Boris/103w Adotlilstrahilt:
and Edythe h Welch, A dmiuittratrlx, of tho tstigeof 43411 e
Welch. Jr.. Woof Etta township. Clatuffeld 00. dee%
Ws. Tho ACCOOiII of C. 11. Goodfoli3w. Administrator of ther
°Jere ol !saint. Goodfellow; late ofElearlield
7th. The final account or Wm,liwinandAmeljaMPMurrey.
Administrators of Ma thew - Irwin, late of tionalide; tosirbii
ship; deo'd. forsettlement.
VAN. PC aTtB., 'Register.'
Ref.ister's °Bice, Cleareld, Angtut
Estate of Wm. 'Whitaker, deo'd.
ET17.1t6 OF istnillteLt3TltArtON we the enticed' Wm.
L Whitaker, late of L wreace t. waship, Clearfield snoustri%
deceased, have been granted to the' uudersignel. Therefore
all potions indebted to sad estate will make immediate Pay
ment—and thole having claims 'Rabat the same will present
Ilion duly authenticated for terlement.
efirOl4.o3 SLOAN: Adirer.
Cleittfielet Bridge, July V ieu.
'Dissolution of Partnership ,
min?. Paitswohiu heretoloit. existing between SAMUEL.
hieKGAIS and GEM( GROG. cradles( ttudet
firm of (MOE. St bIeKEAN in the Lumbedei button% uei
the ) iloshannon creek, was chuolved on the trth Indust, bY
mutual consent. The busmen wil here beg irriesion by
tienrr G roe, who will settle alt the busine M ss of the lateens'.
1 ENlix GUAM.
July t 9. 1652. i .:( 9 I; 1 , ! ,:t:
Estate of .1. B. Ames, lee
AT OTICEtr3 IlEltEtl Y GIVEN. too Lelatis orAdosisiis.
1.1 'ration de bonus non. have been granted In due form of
law to the subsutihat, on the inlet° of the above deceased. late
or Jordantgwptb , p. leaufield iimaUtr , -tui4 thelitU persons
looebted to said estate are requital to make payment without
delay and those having. demands .agulnst Umtata* will pope,
east th em dilly Authentictima for settlement.
A , - • ill. W. MOORS •
Adm'r de bonus non of 411 Ames. d,010..
jolly 48. 1831
• Public Caution, • - • ..,•• •
HE 111111.1 C AttE tiEHEBY CAHT.I.ONEO_OOI
toning the assignment
of o . conain note for FINTE.K
TaLL.Altm. giVtiv we to ELY EHEINPELIVIrs
ti tian the coohlti of We,' 1 11 5/. Jo d i heYIP teneivej ve Feint
the earn,, Mid will not Pb, a tin tomPelleal bY le 1 1
111 INC. of almost sooty iissatlptlon—Cooti. Volta AS
CPantaloons.. • • , ,• • •
4 1 1:novoling tor the Upper extremities., a Waist coat;.aada.
patrol Uuomentlanab es. nit fur 11111E111 voubrdKtl. at.
• , WAt.I.AIII4 11111.1 A.
~ . .:CLL3 e saba.cs• 1-tawatlizictiib •
grime dohscriberf .fo the 13took, of LIN [ON frAjfiltiPf
will tikettotice that they ere required UV Day the LA
pod LID/At, instnpoontof Wick Int them leveret!). ell
The toed. is flow oolnplel ett.'.aud'the Money doe to. she Con.
tractor , . end theta noyl,:elint notice 111117 11Z011011.0 teem
the couseqorneo, . • .
By ortpt of the Maw:Wore,
A. K. VVILIGIIT. Teiit.
Vtearlie:d. July 80, 1651