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For the Clearfield .RepuNican.
GEM SCOTT MEETING.
The friends of Gen. Winfield Scott held
a largo and enthusiastic meeting on Fri
day the 3d inst., in Girard township, at
Lacount 's Grist Mill. It was decidedly the
largest political meeting ever held in this
section of country. A largo pole was rais
ed, and the names of Scott, Graham and
the Union, were unfurled to the breeze,
amid long loud and deafening cheers. Af
ter which a platform was raised beneath
the flag, and the meeting organized by ap
pointing Thomas Leonard Esq., President,
and Geo. B. Smith, Wm. Graham Sr., J.
Curley Sr., A. Mignott Sr., Edward Wil
liams, Jacob Shoff, A. Lacount, J. Speck
man, Amos Krise, William Leonard, and
Thomas Graham, Vice Presidents—Wm.
Murray Ellis R. Livorgood, Jonathan
Sparkman and Patrick Curley, Secy's.
. On motion, the President appointed the
following Committee to draft resolutions,
viz: Peter Lamm' Alex. Murray, Jas. P.
Nelson, Mordica Livergood and George
On motion, Thos. H.Fulton Esq.,was
called for, appeared upon the stand an en
tertained the meeting with an interesting
and eloquent address. After the address
was concluded the ,Coinmittee on resolu
tions reported the following through their
Resolved, That wo give our undivided
support to the nominees of the Whig Na
tional Convention—that General Scott is
our choice for President, and has been our
political idol for years—because he has
devoted forty years of his life in the ser
vice of his country—because ho is a firm
supporter of the Union, the Constitution
and its compromises—because he has
fought her battles amid the snows and
frosts of Canada, and under the scorching
sun of Mexico—because he has at all times
carried her flag to victory, and filled the
world with her national glory and renown.
Resolved, That in Wm. A. Graham of
North Carolina, the Whig candidate for
the Vice Presidency, wo have an eminent
statesman and an honest, upright man—his
long experience in public life, his sterling
integrity, and his acknowledged patriotism
is sufficient to secure our cordial support.
Resolved, That we approve and endorse
the platform put forward by tho Whig Na
tional Convention at Baltimore—that the
resolution on the compromise and the sla
very questions meet our dicided approba
Resolved, That we heartily approve of
the administratittin of Milliard Fillmore,
and.that we recognize. in that illustrious
man, one to whom wo all owe a debt of
gratitudar--true to his trust, faithful to all
C o nstitutional obligations, he will bear with
him in his retirement from public life, the
love of his political friends and the respect
of his sectional opponents.
Resolved, That in the death of Henry
Clay the American people sustained a great
and irreparable toe ; the immortal truths
set forth by him, and sustained by his pa
triotism and eloquence, are like stars in
the firmament, for lights and guides to
Resolved, That we deem it expedient to
have a Whig Press established in our
county, which will represent and reflect
more fully the interests and principles of
our partyl—that we will cordially unite
with our whig friends throughout the coun
ty in supporting and sustaining a press.
Resolved, That the proceedings of this
meeting be written out by the Secretary's,
signed by the officers, and a copy sent for
publication to the Clearfield Republican,
Democratic Whig and Pennsylvania Tele
On motion, the resolutions were unani
On motion, the meeting adjourned with
E S ONA.RD cott and the
. , U s't.
Wzi, anima, Sec'y.
Fargrisco.—We take the following
tle incident from an exchange paper. h
will serve to show that, the "fainting" is
not all done on one side :
At a whig meeting held at a village in
the interior of !Michigan, one of their ora
tors thought it his duty to charge General
Pierce, with weakness and cowardice. He
said it was unfortunate that the General
had fainted at every,,point where hi en s ser
vices were needed. At this esting
period nf, the discussion, a pla i n, nt d ereterm
ined leoking man arose, and said he want
ed toespeak a word to the flippant orator.
"I belonged," said he, "to the fifteenth re
in Mexico, ad I am a W hig; but
tgiinenthe man that calls Frank Pierce a coward
shall fight me any how."
"Why," said the frightened. speaker—"l
certainly have heard many persons say as
I have hero asserted."
"No matter," `rejoined the indignant
soldier, "you must swallow your words or
fight me. The man don't live, that could
with impunity, call Frank Pierce a coward,
in my presence."
This time the orator fainted
k te ?
Mu. CLA.Y.--How few of Mr. Clay's
worshippers pay the least attention to his
, admonitions 1
Ho once fervently and publicly prayed
that Heaven would visit our country "w th
war, pestilence, and famine, or any other
- scourger ratlier than permit our people to
give themselves up to mere military merit
in voting for President of the United States.
Prior to the last Whig Convention, in a
letter which '.was published, ho recom
mended Mr ButFih re as the
se ate of
the whig party. Gen. Scott w
lected on account of his_ military success.
es, and nothing else.
'Thus, while the whips deify Clay, they
treat his' admonitions with perfect indiffer
ence. ' --------
Vierheie•s.rof two , tests et, whiggery in
th%liresent campaign With Webster
whip_ ,a,repudiation of the candidates of
tho party, and with Scott Whigs a repudia
tion of 'its principles. , • •
Later from Mealco-7-Revolutioliary Noiements.
New Orkans, Sept. 1.--By an arrival
here this morning, the Picayune has re
ceived letters from the city of Mexico to
tho 18th ult.
The insurrections :in the various parts
of the country wore spreading to such an
extent that it was expected that an extra
session of Congress would be immediately
called to adopt speedy mea sures for the
suppression of the revolutionary move
ments, though it is feared with but little
prospect of success, as the plans adopted
by the revolutionists were of the most for
Mr. Letchor, the late Minister to Mexico,
arrived at Vora Cruz on the 17th, for
The Indians in the vicinity of Chivabua
were more troublesome, and committed
the most daring excesses.
Trade in Chihuabua was very dull.,
Three companies of Texas Rangers or
dered by Gov. Bell for the better protection
of the Rio Grande frontier, are nearly
completed, and will soon leave for their
Another Steamboat Accident.
Saugeties, Sept. 4.—The steamer Rein.
deer, Captain Charles W. Parham, left
New York at eight o'clock this 'morning,
and arrived at Malden, Saugerties landing,
at a, quarter after one, P. M.
She had landed the Saugerties passen
gers, and was drawing in her gang plank,
when the pipe which connects the flues,
called the connection of the return flues,
The stetim rushed out between decks,
tearing down a temporary bulk head, and
passing through a pantry into the lower
I cabin, where a number of passengers were
The work of destruction in the dining
cabin was complete, every person there
being either killed or badly injured.
The steam also passect up the chimney
carrying away the smoke pipe, which fell
across the hurricane eck breaking it down.
No persons, how deck
above the deck, except the engineers and
We have witnessed the scene of disas
ter, and a more heart-rending spectacle
was never beheld. Language cannot de•
scribe the condition or appearance of the
pitiable objects we saw. 1
Our citizens are unremitting in their I
offices of kindness to the sutlbring, and
their friends at a distance, may be assured
I that nothing will be omitted to render the
wounded as comfortable as possible.
There were seven persons killed, and
upwards of forty scalded, some of whom
it is feared, fatally.
Saugerties, Sept. G.—Edward Sceler, of
New York, who was on board the Rein
deer when her steam-pipe burst, died this
morning from his injuries.
This makes 28 deaths in ull. It is the
opinion of the physicians that nearly all
(the sufferers will die. ,
Saugerties, Sept. 7.—The number of
deaths now reach 32.
Several of the scalded remain in a very
hopeless state, but none have died since a
quarter past five o'clock this morning, at
which hour Edward Zilly, a German, ex
Later from California.
New Orleans, Sept. 4.—The steamer
Daniel Webster arrived at this port from
San. Juan, bringing California dates to the
14th of August.
The passage has been made in twenty
days and a half from San Francisco. The
quickest trip yet made.
The news is not very important.
The miners are doing well, and new dis
coveries of gold are daily made.
The prices of goods and produce were
retained at last advices.
The steamship Columbia arrived at San
Francisco on the 10th ult.
The mails and passengers left San Fran
cisco by the Golden Gate.
There was considerable excitemmt in
California upon account of the death of the
Hon. E. •Gilbert, member of Congress
elect. He was killed at Sacramento, in a
duel with General Deuree. The cause of
this melancholy recontre was a political
On the 10th inst., a grand funeral pro
cession took place in San Francisco in
memory of Henry Clay. Five hundred
Chinamen joined in the pageant. It was
conducted with great solemnity, and with
every testimonial of honor and esteem for
Freshet at the South.
Charleston, Sep. 2.—The late freshets in
the southern country have been far more
disastrous than was at first supposed. At
Mobilo a house was blown down and a fam
ily of five persons were. killed..
All the steamboats and sailing vessels in
the port were more or less injured. Some
of the steamboats broke from their MOOT -
ings, and were forced by the • violence of
the gala into the woods. One steamboat
and two schooners wore wrecked and will
prove a total loss. The light-house was
carried-off, with a whole family on board.
The wharves were nearly all destroyed,
and the surrounding country was inunda
ted.' The cotton, rice' and corn crops,
have in several sections, been for the most
part destroyed. -
At Hamburg, Georgia, the water was
six feet deep in the streots, and Mr. Rissi
ter, a clerk, was drowned.
Theloss of property was immense.
New Orleans, Sept. 4.—A greet earth
quake occurred at Santiago de Cuba oe
the 20th 'ultimo, causing a terrible destruc
tion of; property. All the houses were
more or lefts injured, and.the city is block
ed up, with the fallen buildings. Three
stocks were experienced in the course of
a few , hours, and many others followed
during the next two days.
Late fromltttatia--inival of thellmpire City.
New. York, Sept. 3.—The steamship
Empire City, from New Orleans, via Ha.
vanna, arrived 'at this port this morning.
She lek.Scw Orleans on the 26th, and
Havanna one tho 29th ult. She brings
New Orleans papers of Thursday, the day
of sailing, but they contain no news of
The Empire city ' brings five boxes of
specie, but the contents are not stated.
The arrests at Havanna for public of
ences continue to be very numerous.
The cholera had entirely disappeared
From the city, but tle yellow fever was
DIED.—In Rush township, Centre Co.,
on the 30th ult., Hannah, consort of Jas.
Antes, aged about 30 years.
In Bellefonte, on the 31st ult., after a
lingering:illness, Margaret, consort of D.
M. Weaver, formerly of this place, aged
34 years, 5 months and 21 days.
C 261) lo )(23 , Lr'30ZICCSE 31. a
A LL than kit les and geni lemon who are w Minx to assist iu
biuging at tho Mouth , y Meetings of the Witthingtoitiang
luthintinen. aro requested ro meet at the /kende:Try on Wed •
emlay evening ittopt. , mbor 15th, at 7 o'clock. for the outto.to
Of °manikins a choir aid PrePariaa uste•
kept. AU, latig. Ity ln
request of Commute.
Sign and Ornamenta. 'ainting.
KINDS or LIOTEINtriG. GILDING. bro., done to
ordtr. with neatness and desonteh. The subscriber In•
tending to !Imam only n few weeks In the Once all persona
wishing work in his line ss ill 'demo call in InalliAelY•
Npecnnens sran at Mr. 111:IdP1111.1.'d HOTEL
No. to. Ma. JAS. T. 'WADY
A Two-Horse Carriage for Sale.
E SUBSCRIBER criers for sale a FIRST RATE TWO.
lIORSE CARRIAtiC. It will be told on necommoda
trios two,. end me, baleen at the dlable of EL m IAS
AL WI t
in the Boroug sl h of Clearfield. !iam
1 1 T 6 trittttimoyn,gonlrrtzriN it'lB!ta
et roodettoe of the 'caw:other ia Comeau:llie. to thn•
mance at 10 o'clock .a. m.—
One Horse, Buggy and Hurness—also,;
one Sleigh, Bureau' Tables, Chairs,
Settee, Scfa, 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.
Cu rweniville .Sept, SI. 1839. —pd
AlNeli!ar.t.i.e)aVii4aitetTli..YlLig CARTER, Agent.
~ at the low Om of
O F h lr t om e
Cleartteld, e•ep 11, '52- b., R.
OvC the L,.tY le now in ÜBO, manulactnied titrattonviVe
iatiou count), l'a. For gale bY
L. R. CARTER. Agent
Sept 3. lEZI
BAll -I RON
OFb;ti sorts and itizoi kept c=stantly nu nand anA g en t ale
L. B. eitti.T.LA. •
g.s§ k .o C AME to tne pre i miter of i the a g ie t l x
teV Li l rt"w t Ithhe.,!rm°a;ll42.neThiet.oawner is re
'" '" Q uested to come forward, prove proca•ll. pRY
chnroni,and n ko it away—otherwise It viol Ito dealt with
the law (timely.
LIVNIVICO ownahlp. Aug. 28, 0.55
, f, 1. Cl/1111F. to the premises of the subwriber
•I 0,(I i, '' ' kJ In Alert's townshln, on the 18th day of
' • t • . Angust,ll3:iB, ONE IV OK.F, OF I.A.b.GE
b e t t h e
t.*Pilt other is a rel Stec—solvated toB
"."-''''''''' Years old. Tho owner it requested to coma
lorsverd. move ptottaity, nay chews end lake them away—
other A 110 help will be tli.voad of as Lae law directs.
ii• %V. K Y LAIL.
?dor rig township. Aug : 21. 185 J.—pd
V v (tul.l) respectfullavme l tandetw hisoh th a
slaninre o ks tof
tho tilLir cu a a ho 11i,tota ,1•0
lanti now informs frientis anti the% public
canalt large, that los
lidiows ale eljalll in blast. and thitt they ndhim in that
o loot est Wished. and conyerbent shop on lieound wee
oeunitieti uy David Litt, wham
Wagons, Buggies, ti x,.
%VIII he Ironed and finished oft in the belt style nod on 'ha
shorest actieo, and alother woik belonging t tattiness
wilt t he dont, tho best manner a n t lite triost K.:comm . ila•
Cln•tirld. Aur. ,
ROBERT' R. WELCH
KEEPS constantly on hand a fine assortment of Watches
.t the following low mimi—
c( )1,11 LAPIN ED (4 holes) jeweled, 11l cruets. 4150 00
HEINER HINTING EASE. Pa•not hey r. 110 00
811,V CH. DETACHED Leeer. failjeweled 20 to z 5 uu
Aid I.V CR OPEN I.IION f. EaMned. 14 to 18 tro
AIso—SE,:“ND 11A ND Cllt.S. of ' , adorn mices.
Ile aiso al ways keen. ou Mord a I. runesortmentof MA-
FOE W ATI:11E-9, qf the test Eon roauu lec
ture, such as Chains. Guards. Crystals, Keys, tic., aro.
Gold Watch !lauds. of all kinds, Alio. Fancy tAte.tl. and
FanlY Plated, and common French Hands of all sorts, sizes
El' PAIRING of Clocks and Watches done to order, and
for alinnst nothing.
lar Soap on &mind street, adjoit heldning ,
clea Aug. 21, 11552.—tf.
FOR SA -
p GOOD ONIA101.13E.: BUGGY, with e
ii. Leather tap . In nomtdete ruder, and as good
at new, tor sale cuenti• Fur rtts
fuher ;Iv endlur.. io:ink-1
:r guile OL
mil 1 1 .0
Nno•ameotnl and drdre•l puzposoi, for tale at the
r et.,,r, of
LEVER I.?LEG AL,
B,,ACIC Mt, I.uth.•.•bur,•, In , attend lo bull
ness in his hue, and will also furnish 1:11A(ft INS. BUG
I En. ate , yew cheap, and manufactured in the nest sty'.
and wnrraatcd• Aug. 7. 11354.—y,
WAR DECLARED WI.III ENGLAND 1
vhz from the o bi , k
ao the tub
VINS, wcov CO_ hliksbur sr, a ve lot
tittili of every description, and of P the very ~ an extensi
which he will tell at the following reduced prices:
Common bar Iron, Assorted, $3 75
Horse-Shoe bar, alone, 400
Nail Rods, alone, 4 50
Nails at , 5 00
and when a larger quantity ()reinter will
or iron js required,
a greater rednotum is made. There will Rill.. be found at the
tame estah'ishnaent , a large assortment of
Stoves of every description,
Conking Stoves, Ten Plate. r , toe PAU,. Parlor nd Coal and Wood
Stoves, all of which will lie slid as Cite*. a a little Cheap.
Of than.WellleVOT before offered In these parts.
Call sad tee fer yourselves, near Lcourtru st Moore's rtore,
L. It. CALLTEIL Agent.
C!catfish!. August. 6, 1654.
A SUPERB AILTICIAR of Pronch Brandy ,
A Waded at the
Gnstorn.flould, and for sale
riv 16. R. MO:i.kl3oP,
C"AlluinPetir:3 b"5l "1 WALLACE a, air.u ,,
©© caaca Ell®® Ilallorg,
~. AT CLEARFIELD BRIDGE. . • •
vItANOIS ;amnia% respectfully announces to the public,
I.' that helms commenced the above business et t3l.Gests.
FIELD BIGLIGG, in the new bulidleg cocupied by John
Condo. Ins the west side of the efeek. where he will monufao.
tare [lOOll3 and 8110E0, of ail kinds, and at felt prices, on
the shortest potieo, and In the very best manner. •
Glee 131101 STY a coll. • .16110
Caniaos. Tusk) 444 1111CKET15. for sale at the Chew
Cob etoro of
Ho! ho!! yo lads and lasses
Who nre loud of fun and laughter,
Just call at Wallace & Hills,
And they'll show you what you'r alter;
For tney've the pretticist lot of books
Ever you heard tell o', • • _ ,
And lull of love and Murder.
Within their backs of yellow;
Theo call in ye jolly oner•
Who'have nn hour to spare.
And buy a quarters worth of reading
'o drive away dull care.
IA tWanimagroo a.
Fr fir. fintncriber having leasedthe Pub!lo Muse. formerly
Jr. known [tithe AMOlican House, leo 1813outh8txth street.
between Market and Cbestnut streets. has clanged the name
of thesama to
Zino a vrammorofieall Ellotoll,
Bi,.r le the to inform his Irionds and the Publics. that Leis
house. liar Is dergone a 'borough remodelling. repairing. re
Painting end relmuering, from attlo to basement. An mike
now o Int of I mono re. bedding. kto., fito.. Mu been procured
float tre most celebrated Manulaoturern in this city.
r tom the central lootion, and its close oroximllY to the
Iteilmall,i et ots. Steam Jost Landings. Places Of Amusement.
Yashionatil, Th..rno g ht. res and Pub`io i
dea mos, . it oilers in.
ducen'eots to the Merchant visiting the idly on business
Travel'cr pelting pleasure. To families and females vis it ing
the eity. every facility will be offered, and every comfort re.
garden o mike their visit agreeable and pleasant.
A sham of ilvrpublio patronage is respectfully solicited.
JACOB G. LEBO. JARED IttVlbj,
Foot a. 051—dm.
"Every Family should have a Copy."
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1.1 WM I i Ft 111. THE . Containing an out
line of the Origin. Proves.. 'l'ren maul and Curet& every
folo of disease. cntracted t,y PromitmousiSexnal inteicourse,
by i Self ablldO, o r e
by Sexual Excess. s with soviets tor their Pte
en. wraten In a handl:yr style. nvoidin.: all medical tech.
niatliiias, aril ev e ry thing that would offend the car of de•
cnaY,ffil,ll the result ol some twenty years succesul
li e ce, exclusively d evotod to the cassia dttossos of af deliprao
Of lIIIVIIIP WWI,.
\ To which is added.
for the earn of the above divas.
es, and a Intense on the cantos. symutoms and auto of the
Fever and %gun. tot twee y !Ivo cents aoony : six conic. O n
donor t will co iurwarded to any pas ol the United
mniLl to,' of
Address. postage paid. “ItOx 1913.P05t
l t,111..te "or the Au t hor ,ll o North Seventh Street. Philadelphia.
Sept. V, 1i152-Iy.
I rTY 1W...1.702'i FORFEIT. DR. iIIiNTER Ilss.
U et:o f lading to Imre nay oasis or Lecret disease tit at
MC/ coma odor his cam, no mattes how long standing or
Olt Ming. Either t3SX toe invited to his Private Rooms. IS'!
(sort I, ;Artier+ th to reet • Nob delphia, without leaf of Intertuo•
tom from other oat
sents. tetrancers and others ho have been
untott came in the selection of n Pliysioian are invited to cell
011'0 rliNt:T.—Through unresttrainevilsed indularegence In t he
passions, by Imes. sr veil abuse, ho narrierou.—
Premature .m,micney. involuntary seminal
for dimm ities. ale soc ..is. w ety,
ing of the organs, Mu of mammy, a datum fei
general tiet uity Of COOt.illniollal dinCLUgertiellt. are WO f.O
f011 , ,W if necessary, consult the Doctor with oonti.lence:
Lr oll,rs a perfnct Cate.
It I) AND REV ize . r.—The anDoted would do well to
reflect before trusting their health. nappiness. and in many
oses tou lives, in the hands of physiotans inorant of tell
classofh maladies lit is cot' ainfit impossible to g, cue man to
understand all the ills, the hognau fondly ore subject to. Ev
rip NAM etnb!e Olt slaters has his neculdo branch. in which be
is more suocesslii I than his brother professois, and to that he
devotes mo.t of Wilton° and study.
Y t Alt&_oe PRAtall.E. ego usively devoted to the study
and treatment of disease:dor the Kauai organs, %melbas with
when upon the bOdy, thront,llol3 or legs. pales in the 111.P.d,
or hones in MU ,riettMiStiatit, strictures, gravel. irregulati.
ties, diseases arising Torn youthlul exc nes. or Impurities of
the blood, Valet. by rho cemtitution has become en' etbled,
Dna be. toe Itoctur to tier stmear relict to ell who malt Place
themselves under his into.
Ton tot roiled t any part of the United Stet es.—Price
Too dollars pa o r
Sept. 2. Itgt2.—ly.
TO 'FILE TRAVELLING PUBLIC.
First Class llotel—Terms $1 50 Per Bay.
rwitio subscriber, having lately become proprietor
tr ot the FRANKLIN HOUsE, Chesnut Street,
t een 3d and 4iti. LA DELPIII A, and flame
reduced the iirice of board to $1 50 per day, gives
notice that. outwitlisuinding this redaction, he will
sell (.011111111e to keep n 11 OST CLASS 110 USE.
'rile Franklin house tins josit undergone extended
alterations. unit IS now fitted imp rind finished in su•
perior style for he reception of viol iors. The Low -
er floor, lormerly occupied by buires, is now inclu
ded i the Hotel, formin g a spacious Recepon
Gelltitlllell.B Parlor, and Dining Room. tlie ti re•
by nllimtlig an oddittou of thirty chambers and sev.
eras beautiful parlors, It - wiling oil Chesnut et. The
Rooms of this Hotel are superior to most ,
being constructed with alcoves, forming parlor and
bed-climber attached, well lighted and ventilated.
'rlie location 18 unsurpassedWOOLNl AN.. either tor bul'rop' r. siness or
I east) re. BEN.
' ihia.J uly 16. 1852-
~rnCARPETI~hyGS AND OIL CLOTHS. •
.L.IC k 021E1 Ms,
e i Va(3l7.l.;.'" d
Corner of Twelfth and Market St's. Phtlad'a.
invite attention in their extensive ntsortment of superior neer
anties 01 ',relish Velvet,'lnpettry (Unreels, and litch rein
Vcuitian ettpettriet, tit their own Importation, Also to
thi ir lame stock ol well seasoned Floor Oil LI oths la ri.l
wtriths. from one to slght yards. Our stock ol 1... WA PP ICIAJ
I RAIN I.ARPET-• of our oarti mannfacturu tinthrne,is th
beet verici 01 writ Inn le I'oo le I OCT put In the ilierktt — allul
which will lie tile eil on the most IttYpiab,o terms.
Au curt el, —J
5,000 to 30,000 Acres Land Wanted.
wANiEr) TU 6,i CO to 30,0 10 Acres of
Uo minute I bittrd la rennsylvituta. or Western Vir
gram. it welch ri nod CITY PROPERTY, or MLitt-
Ulf IJks.F., will be etv en in pintos at.
Adortss, MITCHELL. tit nag .
53.ta frock horcei. Philadelphia.
Eitot. a. 18.32 —Bm.
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vvi p A r . ... , , \ s vi ,.!l,
i rr h i n blj e o n f . 1
,al F.earmor wool° tWs Cr onmouwenlth.' it ti enyhniiit on
the tilertifl • or 0, Olt 'lent. Culilltleli to giVe VCItAIC
such eleeiion, the triode Voture io he held, nail the °Mto
he elnied —1 heorfire I. A L.XA he
High e dtte , ill of Ifieatti 4 . .1 county, do heteby give
ACo tho Electors of he uouni of learfield. that a G ENER-
L El.filn lU?4 t w
II oe he ld l on the 12.E.t)ONIUTt l kle . D AY
month C)T a i t f f th li
e ne e a ra t, e l ec ti o n the
tTicWts V A in Fi sa ll d
d c a o y u notty
which time and also° the qualified elector will elect.
One person for Judge of the Supremo!
Court of this Commonwealth.
One person for Canal Gonnnissioner 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 Tioga, in the Senate
of this Commonwealth.
One person to . represent the couuttes of
Clearfield, Elk and McKean, in the
House of Representatives of this Corn
One person for Sheriff of Clearfield coun•
One person for Prosecuting Attorney of
One person for County Commissioner.
One person for County Auditor.
The bieCto , ll of the county ot Clearfield will take notice
that the said General Election will be held at the following
At the COURT HOUSE, to the borough of Clearfield. for
At the house of WILLIAM HOOVER. for Bradford town.
At ill" house of OH N GOSS, for Decatur township.
At the 11011100 f SAMUEL M. WALT'S, fur I.3eccaria town.
At the house of ISAAC BLOOM. j r , iu the borough of Cur
weuxv ilia, for Pike tow eshlo.
At the honor of JACOiI AU AER, for Covington township.
At tho house uf WILLIAM U. FI.n...EV. for Brody town
At the bebop' house on Spencer's Hifi. for Penn township.
Al the house of JAM ES CURRY Jor ()hest townshlP.
At Congress 11111 ti,th•sol House. for Oran' townshm.
At the bitten of J AM E 8 1.0 lIM AN , tor Morris toss whip.
At the boniest Jr MN YOUNG. far stateside township.
At the house of ASA PH ELIAS, for Bell township ,
At the house of Met EA L. for Jordan township
At tire house or GE( iItGE TURNER, tor Boggs townshi . P•
At she house of J tIBSE WII.t3ON, for Huston to wramits •
At the house o THOB. DAVIS, for Ferguson 'awash'''.
At the house a tJoHN BUNDY, for Fox tawnshto.
At the house °NOUN WHITESIDE , for Woodward town
At the MIES ILIC SOIIoOL HIJUSE, for Goshen township,
At the FRAME HOUSE. formerly oompled as a boarding
house, for Knithous township.
At the STOUE HOUSE of IL W. Moore, for Union town.
At the COURT HOUSE, for the bomugh of Clearfield.
At the house of JOHN DILISUC I ER. for the borough of
NOTICE 18 FURTHER HEREBY' GIVEN,
Timone (except Justices of the Peace) who shall hold any
Mike or appoiatmont aerator trust, under the governme Moornt
of the Untied States , or of this State, or of env city or
pointed district. whether a commismoned dlioer or otherwise
underrdinste curer agent. who is or snail be clamored
the Legi Eseoutlve or Judicial depaitingmg if
this State arc& the United States, or ant city og incorporated
district ; and also, that every member of Coptuess and 'State
Leg Plat ore. and of the corntoon or select council of any cItY, I
or oummissionsr of env Incorporated district. ate by law leen.
liable of hotdleg or Worming. at the saran time. the °Moe or I
ate prantment ofJadge, Inspector, or Clerk, of any election ot
this Commonwealth t—sand that no 'lnspector, Judge, or other
Mika of nay such e.eation shall be eligible toast , office voted
A.ud the Return Judges of the respective digit lets aforesaid.
Clearfieldimd to meet at the court house, in the borough of
on the FIRST FRIDAY next after the said Se
toad Tuesday of October. then and thete to do alt those
thloes requited of tbens by law.
GIVEN under my band and year Clerufield. this twilit/.
seventh day of AUgust, io the of oar Lord one thons•
and eight hundred and tilly.two. and of the Independence
of the Unitod States the San tt.Seventh.
ALIGX,A Ito r.
ONE GOOD TWO 11011EGal W . AGON fol gay hr
WALLAOK di Intim.
em..ww-crriz ems OF CLEAtthELD UOUNTY
nvipootrally offer wrier to your aonsidempina age oannigati
for the office of 1311E:RIFF et Weaning General Elect oe
end if elected, pledge myself to perform the duties thereof to
the best of my abilities, and without leer favor. or Mime toe.
Clearleld. Aug. 9 . 1952
PI•aso ennounce the 13111116 of JAMES
MOM. 'on— of Piko towsiship. as a candidate for U. aloe
of tsliEltirl o , at the coming Fall election.
Ang. la. 1852:--ntl,
hIEttSRS. MOORS & Wll..ol`l—
announce the name of GEORGE
R. EM ,of Girard tOWICIthIp. al a VOltlOteer candidata for
tho office of COUNTY eGhll.ll.l36l.UtlEtt at the emitting
October Eloctloo. and oblige
• MANY VOTERS.
August 9, 1853
IMIE TRIM-TEES hereby give notice that they Mimeo" ,
DR. CATLIN & WIFE,
To continuo In chary° of the Academy doling another year
Toe Academicyear Is wide I into FOUR QUAR'T'ERS
ONLINE %VEERS, each . and FIVE llitita of Teach
ine in each week.
The next Othirter will commence on MONDAY JUNE. LH.
1831, at the following
Reduced Hates of 'Tuition :
COMMON ENGLISH lIRANCIIES—IneIediag
Rending. Writ ref, Neelling, Arithmetic. Geog.
raphy. English Grammar and liistorir. .. . .. . ......... $2 00
ALL BIDDER ENGt.WlsialtANCßEP—lnciu•
ing Latin (Stemmer
CL.AtitMCAL Alin MATHILAIATicAI. DEPART.
. . . ... 41;00
DAILY Lab:MARES given in VOCAL. MUSK) in which
all Ina. eartichiato without additional charge.
WEI;KJA lA:uvula e ... 4 are given to the older pupils On
History, and eher p upils
gbject', without extra charge.
Such ut the t older pupils as ' choose, engage on FRIDAY
ea week la xercises Llccution, Cora:oaltio
slew M questions ch
triton the i r several studies. All others a ttend
to their osu•d P. M. vudie.,
The I,ADIErt DEPARTMENT Is entirely septuple trout
the other on the part oh than . who desire it. Two or three
classes consist of both texas. ler the MI tPOIO of economy in
tune; b ut it is notional with the young Ladles whether to
jJin such classes or not
Tuition is charged iron the dame Die Scholars common.
crag to the Moto el the Term—detinorion beam made in care
of absence ceased by cretness, and whoa a special agreement
is mode. In novanee. weh I lin Panel pal
MORAL SUASION has hith 'lto been the chief reliance o
the Tettehete in securing thorough discipline—and it hat been
°Mutant. Corporeal punishment' is administered militia rho
most obdurate a n d Incorrigible caws.
Theconstant atm al the Tennhen it to make the instructions
they impart, as welt as that of boots, Practical, as well as
The strictest attention ii given to the Conduit. Debits and
Morals of the Pupils white under the dime of the Teachers.
BOARD can be obtained at re asoneble prices
I RIOIIARD biaiAW . President.
J IL M'ENAI.I , Y. Sec retsri. Juliel 6 . 1861
PENN IRON FOUNDRY;
Machine, Pattern and Blacksmith Shops,
T"'luadersigned would announce to the citizens of
Clearfield, and adjoining counties, that he has opened a
room on econd stret, in the bcrongh of Clearfield. near the
store of S Leonard e et Moore, where he Intends keeping a
GENERAL ASSORTMENT or CASTINGS. warranted
to be made of the hest metetial, nod at urinal that cannot fall
to weasel. The following wanton p of he stock on hands
FIJ rorrti 110 P-Allt CoOKING tinge. lot either
Wood or Coal This Stove has probably the largest tetra
Auction of any other form of sieves. It has superseded in
alio -at every county, the well known Hat ho fluyh sawa an being sod Zlog•
ler stoves. It is easily understood, end te
arranged that all can be cleaned without any trouble. Toe
peculiar form and construction is such as to render it the
must durable of all stoves. humorous tesurnonials could
he edited, but It is deemed our ecessaryd
IMPROVED PREMIUM COOKING STOVES—at from 18
PARLOR STOVES—foAsither wood or coal.
A IR-TI a UHT do
SALAMANDER do a beautiful Coal Stove .
NIA E & TEN PLATE Stoves—very cheats.
MANTLE GRATES, with summer places. A large variety
aad superior finished Grltin t tom 161 to I.*l inches.
COMMON GRATES. all sizes
PLAIN AN Ii Ow+ AM LIN G ;EN'fALRAG HOWAFFLELLOW
VV ARE • OVEN MOUTHS: GRID .
do SCAI . X. BEAMS, WAG ( iN 130XM13LEIG11,SLED
ta 808 zOLES, OAR RINGS for Rafts. ROAD SCHtt•
PERS, a new article. CORN rimulcus.COUN AND
Cr al 5111.1.8 nrrnnle.l to grind 15 Hug. Ears per hour ,
BLACKSMITH Tll Yl•lltEtt. the best ease; do. MAN•
DRILLS and TIRE BENDERS ;
Together won the usuel vonty of articles kept at roundry
Establ e ishments.
Also, Made to Order,
GRIST and SAW.MI GEMllNG—having decidedly the
largest stock, and hest variety ot patterns of any tsiablish•
went In western Pennsylvania ; MILL DOGS. SHAFT
I Ntl—large and small. of cast or wrought iron , IiANGER S .
DRUMS and PULI•IES ; Rote and other approved Water
w tiELLS; WOOD and tRiIN I ,AT11121S: MANDRILLS
for Cir••nler Sow•. W, KID ISORI NG M
Constantly on hand and for sale,
CANNING MILLS. THRESHING 51ACHINES. PEN-
NoCK'S cut.r.aanTnn GRAIN MULLS. he. Igo.
Any sized Screw, with one desired number of threads to
the inch, either VI ere ig V thread.
Brass, COPpet, and Babbett'e Metal re; modem order
NA sti TH ng AN MY KEN.
To llliil Owners.
rvi , t ticdrrtie ned has appointal 1.. R. CARTER. of
Getarlieitl, ht. agent for the sale of Castings, who will
teceise lotto lor ad kinds of Mtil Gearing. end ottter =whin( •
ry. Persous demons to contract will 4.0 Well to cab and ex
rmine the catalogue of Patterns, and spec, Mall of the work.
before making engagements elsewhere. Castings will he 11
livered, ii clewed. at Clearfield, and wai ranted be made of
cool material. and lintsh•ol in a workmanlike manner. Iles ,
tog or iuntitug order FIVE `opener Lather. Mid other ma•
chinery in the Panic limportiou employing none bu t
workmen, us= the to , best Pig iron mud Oral, wh bay
other advantages. he flatters himself that hi. work will be done
as well as in the best cit shops, an on the shooed notice.
For parucalara. call on y
NATI' AN MYERS.
March 4. Ihsa. —lf
lii E MI Pli I ILL I S
i'l 100 TE IL 9
CLEARFIELD, P A .
'VHF. imbscriber most respectfully informs the cit'sens o l •
.1. Clearfield county. and the travelling public generally.
that he bas taken the above named 110 . 1• EL situated on the
corner nt riont and Market streets. an the borough of Clem.
those' Id w here he will at all times ba prepared to accommodate
who may favor him with their custcm. No earns will
1.)., spare! by the proprietor to make his customers comfortable,
aro his house a HOME to those who may stop with him.
II s STABLE: will be cranially attended to—and his TA
BLE and BAR supplied with , ha best the market whl efford.
WM. J. HEMPHILL.
August It. IBM
Saw- ` 6llll and 200 Acres of Land
FOR SALE or REN T. I " . #'
'1 V ;ru b 'IT'. , b ; 1 , Lor frweirtlflorTWlttrri UM their 're*"
TIMBER LAN D. situated In Penn towel io. Clearfield
bo ile r.llet This property p messes many advantages as a Lum•
ber ettabashment, being situated on the stream known es
big Run. about d miles from the rive Land In the midst of
an extensive timber region.
Tho prooerty will certainly be Sold or Rented. The terms
will be lavorable. and posseurou given immedtately•
t sr F nr further pa ri a niari apply either to II ugh Leavy, at
Claarhald, Cr to GliUk and Daily. on the Grampiaabills. Pear
the pro. arts. 110(111 LEAVY.
lune 18. 1851 WILLIAM CLARK.
OILS, TALLOW, GREASE,
Ohtill..D MilEDLCireglil Penult.
30 n BARRELS MACH INElly OIL. Price 76 cents
'`'" ne• gallon.
2500 0 ALLONS Do do
In _rt..ie of various size., Price 76 otr. per lotion.
M 0 BARRELS BOILED PAINT OIL. do do do
6lito GALLONS Do do do
Do do do
in oasks of vallo-sslzes
357 BARR L
id ES TANNERS' Oil..
allon. Various kinds an
oirales, from 35 to 50 per g
1500 6A lb LUNS in Casksot emir:rut sizes. VaTIOUS kinds and
qualities. from Mt° 50 ca..te . per gallon.
60 TONS TALLOW GREASE, tor Heavy Gearings, and
Coarse Machinery. In Barrels OT Casts. of any coaelsten .
of reonl.ed. Priced cents per pound.
ItO lONS tilllU DIINEAL .PAINT. In Barrels. at t h o
loa est mailetprice.
MAOIIINERY OIL. warranted not to chill in the oohlest
weather. and considered by thots rasing it equal to Sperm OIL
ROILED PAINfr OIL, equ ii to Lin.cod OIL other than
I am cons' anti y receiving largo supplies of the above named
articles. and my mottOir. "tirnall profits and U
11 P. PNI).
68 Water StreM, (tinder the Pearl st Ware) • •
New York. Juno 12,1ti511.— amp. New York City:
Claa CSO o
AGENTS of experienn wonted to operate for the PAR
IS. NESS end AMES MIYPIJAL SWAIM
ASSUCIATION StRUI6IIIIIIO, Pa.. to wceho N m good
enauurnitcmnd will be given. App yet the Offi. o. 62
South &mond duett—or &Wren (post pai ß d A )
.1 F. LCH. President.
Why Dontl You Insure?
Top. Vi e euraiNG minUALiNeUltArca. COMPANY
Bail continue to sake J1211=63 against I.O6SEi BY f
FIRE. on buildings and other ll property. at as lOW a rate as
upy responiible cornering Can.
nod no more thstis is
If Imes OCOUT th-y are toomotly pal,
necessary to nrslito gond the actual tones sustained. 'teaseled
at arty tne. rellOVlresidlas to Cleasdetd county desirous
of laturiug their probed/ eau have the same atteadel to by
addressing the sittuaribesut Clenineld,—All letters_pott paid.
August 111, 1851.—hr. .1( 'UN 1.. CI 'TELE, Anat.
Estate of J. Jr. Hunter, deceased.
- MOTION; 18 HlSlthittlf GIVEN, ea sed .o Banks and so
IN counts oil 111/billitt, de n a ve boa placed
In rns , bands by the Administiator. George Ranter. far ad.
Imam and settlement. Potions indebted will do wait tont.
tend t DPENAiYwitnont delay allay onion Chnulisid.
Annus • • .
riBILE Col'atteership baretoto e exhales between the sub
IL scribers. trading es verteen In the name of J. P. 4 P.
W. IJOYT. Wee dissolved by mutual °meet ou the 16th of
July last—ll: W. Hoyt bevies withdraws' from thebusituras.
The aCcourits or the late Firm will be settled by J. P. 110 4 ,
who will yOutinue the Um bust at the old stand as berritolore,
• JOliN e t :.pqrr.
, L__ DAM W. uutT. •
Ferguson township, 4a5.11. 185
Sheriff's Sale of Real Ellate.''"
Y virtue of a writ of LeVarill 'AMISS: te
~,,, B sued out 01 the Courfol Common Pleas I'
I.ll.;Clearfield bounty, and ta rue directed. will De al' .
Posed to pubdo pale. at the court noose to the botoegruef
Clent field, on PR WA it
cloutWVN UR Y ilif
Al CIUBT 111111, at le o' a mires e following desmtbiell
uallding. to wit .-.E'rected Olt a lot of ground of Jaoob OW.'
des, bought of F.tderick Zeigler. situate on Dig Run Creek,
in Wady township, A. rime's new Mil t Fifty feet lon r an d
Sixteen feet wide. and the lot Or ceritinee appertetsuCt ~
to, and all the conveniences neeessary •t 0 use the said Mill
eel zed end taken to e_ guest on and to be sold es the , preteettY
of Jectob Codas. '
ALSO, . ',, •;' -1 i
11 Y VIRTUE of n writ of Venditiail titans'. Issued pull
M. of the same court. and to mu direeted. will be esposeiliet .
veld:o. tele. nt tile cour. house. la the horonelsol ()Matti • i
on MUN DAY the llth day of SOrl'EMßEtt next, the fo
lnw mg deicribcd Pettit of Lend, situate in. Pike upyrnsalus
Clearfield county. viz—Region int at a hickory, thence west
161) perches 'o a post, thence 00 deg:ees ve.st r/IS perches to a
Post. noith 49 degrses east 150 perchei to a post, thence north
15 degrees watt SO perches. beteg Clart c f a ttact of licialati ,
rayed In 101/101ITICCI 01 a warrant rated to Adam ..4intsting
er, wth 'B5 acres 01l eland le. 2 melte Ifonsesand Cabin
lima i t herein, elected. tie z ed
end taken "'
II execu tion lineup
be told as the property of John (I tory and fhatnut4ltitels. '
ay valXf a similar wiii.luued ont of the saint' °oath
, JI- ) en d , tme directed. win be exposed to entitle tate at the
5 ,ine time end pia:" all the interest (.1 delendant in and to ie
Certain Truett of bend situate In Bell tewtolne. Cleelfield
county. • contain:Di 160 acres. being Pan of a surveil? qn va s
rant No. WAD, in the name of John Nicholson. tantalite
the two fallen ash cornet on the rivet, the bonedarr. of 1
original survey thence down the dement rods Chace hy a
hue nerds, enitl . Tract to the northern line of the gamest" se to
include 1.0 acres of the upper end of rending° survey. aml act
' as to include the Raptor omen of said defendant unsaid , Wilts
whit two fli-uses, etabling and thaw hill thereon erected.
and ttl.out LB awes cleared. eared aid taken lsi execatticm
and to be sold asThe propene of Cootie `Naltlfli• k
.t • . .
[ ALSO,- ,
1 fIY virtue of a timilar WricirStildi ont otitis tards " ob ' aii.
1 ./ui and to me directed will be exposed to publio stife,,,et
same time and place, a Certain 'llia of Lend rlettlattrllL
dog Rs township. Clem field court y, contoinine 41,111 . aerpikettl•
vey..il on warraut to Robert Morris. tiontded tie Vtioe•
rig Stephen Magneto. Josh.'.oon and John i 'flaterserter
`Also6o notes in said towershi adjoining the Itobeittiorne
smear. beg incline at ripest thence north 49 perches terfillor•
I ner of John 'rheum', thence , 015 perches to a 'putt. 'Well 56
Perches to place ci beginning, out oil* the southwest corner of
I the W alter Stewkrt survey, with iso acres cleared on the 408
acre trout. Seized and tukea in execution and to ha odd NI
Property of John Ifieto.
Byvirtue of as alias similar writ, issued 00,1:4, 111 elti
L 5 court, and to me directed, will be exposed to pub lux e
lat J o t time and place. elts listened of Joseph In
I sad n London in and to a Certain Tract of Land. aitnabe
in Penn tow aship.Clearfl eld couttLY, beet ntdnir at 0 hindloot
' wen to Estes' at London's land lOU perches., thanes south be
' lend of A. B. Reed 105 perches to a Post, thrift 40 15 *ma
lull notches, thence north by land of A. U.
to plaimel teginninee being vett Cif sum, wn as
5933.c0r taming about 16 acres, with A TWo Story Bouts and
about 10 acres cleared thereon. Alb 61601011 by
n 'ergs township, in said county, bounded by laud or Goo.
1 Wilson . sem.. and by land of Caininty, with a Catitn.house
and Barn and about 10 acres cleared thereon. Sedged tog
taken in eseentiJa and to us told as the property of Jilted
Bif elute of a sit:inlet writ, hinted out of the earns Murk'
arid to midi:acted, wilt bee:posed to pnblio Isis lac the
same time and place, to wit—All the rich', title, imam" and
claim of defendant. or., is and to a certain treat of land situ
ate in llecoarta township. Clearfield county beginning at a
white pine, alarm; by the Thomas Gibson surrey south 116
perches to a post, thence by land sold to D. 'Pinion west ell
panties, thence west by the Robert
p Wilson surferplace 1(5 perch•
ne. thence onst by h ese Rcokets 9.) es to of n
-111101r• beide Pants. a larger Meths theerch as name Thom Gibs begi on.
with a Reuse and Stable and about 25 awes cleared thereon.
Seized and taken In execution and to be sold as the Molted:
of:Jelin D. Miller.
BY virtue of a similar writ. iStrlei out of the Meataft.
and to me directed, will lre exposed to pebble ' the
J ae tme and elem.
anal tient title, interest and claim at
am m es i Robins ot . in. to a Lei tain Tract of food situate
in pane township, Clearfield county. containing 60aoree.to
wit—beginning at the township toed leading to the cherry
Tien. thence along the 'Meer John Stagatts to a corner call
ed Bell's cornet. thence at right smiles Into the balauce of
Peter Owen's lend a proper distance to make 60 acres, with
house o.loolecitherods, end about n acres cleated. &Med and
taken in execution and to be gold as the propetty ot JllOl2OO
ny 'little of a eirnilat writ, lamed out of the tame court.
LP and Ur me directed. will na exposed to public sale at the
Deeccatie and pi t
e iwce,u to wit—A Certain Tract of Land situ.
ate in ship. Cleatlield count?. Denuded by
leaden( John Patchin, Cardinal' Phillips. and othe. con
taming about lit acres, with about 6 times cleared. rs Belted
and takes In execution and to be old as the proven, of John
BYvitue of ri imilar writ issued ut of tho acme wort.
and r to me di s rected. will ,
bo expose o d to public sale al the
Same time and oleos, to wit—A tenam Tract el I.and shard*
In Bradliord townshtp. Cleadield con nty, elwaleing 101 l aorta.
being part of the Peter Widdows surrey, beeloaing at a ohm
nut, thence by Jacob Duo nieg north 117 perches. them*
west In perches, %hailed south l Smog's land 117 sone.hes.
thence oust by the George It .bens survey 1 1 7 perches Levitt*
01 binning. with the Imm:temnte thereon. Seized as
mace ra in execution and tLobs imict e as the vroportY or Avast
11 Y virtue or a writ uf Fteut Feclas. Issued out of the isms
1.3 Craw and to me dirseted, avid he snoozed to nublio sale.
on 510 N UAV the 21th day of Veptember neat, at the Court
Meuse in the liolough nt Clear fi eld. the followtort property.
viz :—A certain lot aground situate in the hi:negate of CON
wens , ille. Clearfield county on the north ads of 'state %MO&
pad w ag r r w Merit street : beginning at a corner oft lotnow
or late of Wm. Irwin i..xteuding
clotheatd street 5 1 .1 feet ten
lot of Same& Way ; thence alon stifle northward, las ,
feat, more or less. to au Alley. thanes along the same Wed&
99ward 99 feet to said lot. now or lain of Wm. Irwin:, t *
a.ong the womo Sonthward leo to the beginning: with 0 . t OO2 ,
rrdr develltag li Mi lo and att.ble thereon ereoted• Bitted see.
Luke* in eget:twos and to be sold as the property of Samu el
Clark. A. CALEIWZLI.. I3I uni ft.
Sheriff s Olii-e, Al gust 5,1832. .
1,A7 BEREA& Too Honarobie JOHN C. KNOX.
V V tient Jade, of he C.,u aof Corn coon Pines of the Ei ll gt:
teem , ' Judi ial D smut, compoted of the on un h tios or Clans ,
Ciariqn, r tfersou and Venetia°, and she Honorable@
RICHAR I) tqf A 0/ and JOHN I'. 110 Assoc Oda Judges
in Itteedield county, hare tun eit their precept heNvnit dote
the SIXTH day ,o 1 August. Ind, to me directed, for bold-
CiIURT OF COMMoN PLEAS. ORPHAN'S COURT
Ct /CRT or ullmtrrit SESSIONS. AND COURT tHr
OVER AND 'IEttIiIINER AND GENERAL JAIL Dile
At Clearfield, le and for Cl'earflo , d county, on the
MON IDA: of Pent. nt:T.—bold thraith day of the
NOTICE IS. THER.EFURE, HEREBY
To the Co ronor, J amines of the Peace. god Cour able' in and
for the county of Clearfield, to appear la their own proper
Persons, with Rolls. Records, le qui.itions. EIBMiDOIa aid
other Remembrances. to do those things which their °Mow
and in their behalf appertain to be done, and all witnesses.
and othr r persons. prosecuting tu behalf of the CoMmonwt
against any prisoners. are itqui•ed to be then and th ere a t
di, and not depart without leave, at their Peril.
GIVEN under my hand at Clearfield, this tith day of August,
in the year ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred ati
Vifty tw,o and the Sey.aty.saventh year of American/a'
ALEXANDER CAL.IN ELL. Sheriff.
NoTicE I. hereby given. that the following temente
Mire been exemieed end passed by me, and tomato lileP
of record in this aim for the Inspection of , heirs. legatees,
creitors , an al °Purrs other way Interested
be d presented d
to l tl.e next O rp h ans' ra court of Cloestiet ,
to be held at the Court Ironic in the 0 trotters of cworti
Too•doy tholitst day of bop!.bop!. next, for confirmation al
lst.—The partial enount of John Carry and Sinson am*.
ho a gh, Grecuton of Jamas Corry, Into ore , est township.
Cieutlleld 03oatr . deceased,
W.—The Final Accoont ot FAA sad NYilliams and Willima
Wooldridge, Administra.ors of Samuel liatrior. fate Of
Bradford township. Cleettield county, deceased.
Bd.—The artial Accout of /ernes T. I.eonant and Willinps
A. Wa l lace. P.xecu to n rs ot W in, C. Webb. late of the bet.
cog h or Clearfield, deceased.
ath.—The final Account of John Road. Josiah EL. Reed and
Thomas Read. Admit nistlators of Thomas Read, late Of
Leer tenoe township. Clearfield county. deceased.
6th. The Account of Benjamin liartsho,o, Administrates,
and Ellsalse h Welch, A d ministrattlx ,of the estate of Gee.
Welch, Jr.. late of ries township. Clearfield 00. deo'd.
6th. 'l'he Account of 0 . D. Goodie!! i.e. Administrator Olds
e sate of Isaiah Goodfellow, late of Clem field Co" doc'd•
7th. The Fused accot f Wm. Irwin and Asnelia ftichlarraY o
Administrators of Ma o thew Irwin, rate of Burnside. roam . 7
ship, doo'd. for settlement,
WM. PORTER, Resister.
Itorlster's office. Cleateld, August'', la/.
Estate of Wm, Whitaker, dee'd.
ETTERSOF AIISIIIItSTRATI 0 N on the estate of Win.
L Whitaker, late of L,vrreace township, Clearfield neuntl.
deceased, have been granted to the undersigne Therstora
allpersons Indebted to se d estate will make immediate Pal
meat—and those having claims against.the snipe will preterit
them duly authenticated for setlement: ,
clemEeld Bridge, July 29 1852.
Dissolution of ParttiCrship.
THEPaitnersbip heretntoie existing_ between SAMUEL
MoKILAN and HENRY GRUB. trading tondet• the I
firm or UttOr. Sr, IficKEIAN in lb, Lumbering buolutits. On ,
MOthannOn creek, wane diuciived okthe bib izutent by
mutual 4:Patient. %Cho business it
heiestle of the
Henry Gros, who will settle ntl the busleets theists Dm.
, . . IiENEY CISME.
July AI, '11157
Estate of J. B. 'Ames, dee'd: •
&TOMO ls liklitEllY GIVEN. hitt Leiters of Minim's-
IN tuition de bonus uon. havo been granted in doe form or
law wait' subsurieer, on the estate °file abovie doceased, late
of Jordan township, learfield couuty—aad' that all persoaa
noebted said estate are requital to make payment without
delay, end thorn havinst demands astrunst the same Will pm.
sent them duly authanticated lot settleme W nt.
Adm't Obontio non of J Ii imel.dred.
3 DIY 98. 1839:
. Public CaUtiou.
grim punfac mut tlifftElSY VAUTlONEuleftist
1 teeing the assignment of a certain edge roe Fir us it l.
DOLLARS, be me to II F.N ay EllltENelguyt ,de
about the tium lb/ 57 lobl coil I hive Dot recIMMO et
the same and wilt :tut clay it compelled bylaw
Ace 7:11B52. . . Ablol3litlnt.lol,
Itea(ly . Pantie
EDIG , or elmOst Myers teacrivUow—Oosts, Volts BM
, A ooverlag for the Upper eities. a WRlst.aoat. Out a
non at Utiaraentioriab es. all fur mci KB. M
WA LI ALM
'VII El SubsaribeN to the 'hock of 'UNION TURNPIKE;
f-ji.. will ako nom(' that they are required to pee the 'dun
nod FINAL lastalinent (Web/a by them ore:ally subscribed
lie road Is pow amulet ed. sod the moos' doe tc tie 9ore.._
trporon, mid those segleotise this notice mu expect UP WIZ
the oupssollertom. , ' • - . -
Up ordvr of th e Igaziapspi,
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