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lv Improbable M nil thinking Men, wlio! l'J tli
have the ftitnrp wplfnrp, nnd the oontim sMrv o f ),
p happy Rii'l prosperous ronuitiun oi
llioir country' Rood nl heart.
It only need a cnlm and unb'aswl ut
flirt onnnlrv In find tlml the eforlton of I
Abraham Lincoln to the Presidency, ill ( pairing a Journey through
rPM.1l in no eood to tl.o country: hpnee 1-onion oi nenuicKy anu irginw, i cm
The Feeling in the South.
Vorrt'imifrptr nf ikt JlriHllimn.
Wurruso, Vn., tVl.
ATION OF OUR NATIONAL UNION, toj
go totho poll, on XEXTTUFSlUV. and J";ny
vast hi vote for tlieUEALUNO EL EC TO- Armstroni!.
their labors, tLe DISSOLUTION OF THE
UNION is about to Le conBummntcd by
the election of Lincoln. They also know
that the friends of the Union never raised
jiy false alarms as to tho attacks of
its enemies. Jlicy Know tliat it was Monro
" saved " in 1850 y tho enactment of tho Montgomery,
Compromise Measures. They kno-v thai Montour,
it as " saved " in 1852 by the election of orhamt,tont
.... , .... .... iortiiumbcrland
Pierh. Ihey know that it was "saved " in Terry,
1850 by the election of Ecihinas; and ' Thiladclphia,
they know that it would be " saved "irjik?.
agnin.and perhaps forever, if Lincoln is 'gjUf'jj.jjj
feuted. Hut their Lope is to dcslr-y, not' Snyder, '
tave the Union, and hence their efforts to Somerset,
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make it appear that there is r.o danger,
THE LAST OPPORTU
may le, Democrats of Clearfield itv s '
county, that you will never Lave enother , AVashin-'ton,
c pportunity to cast a vote for a President Wayne,
of th IViU-d States. The signs of the! Westmoreland,
times point in this direction with a fear- W-yoS 1D e'
IUI DJlJliJV. UlJtC. L ULU Uitllt l IJCICi (ill tTrtl
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LAST AlfEAL. every painoi snouni prevenv ma nn-ui'ii
W'hiTtt we candidly coutet to but lit- to the office to which he Buffos,
tie hope of preventing the election of Pennsylvania Election for 1360 Offi-
Linioln, we would yet, with nil the encr.j
rv that lnneunuo can convey, exhort every The following it
MAN WHO DESIKF-S THE rEKFETU-, Governor by counties:
HAL TICKET. llWer,
We say we have but little hope of a to. 1 J
vorablo result, yet we hope that EVERY ( ja-lT '
NATIONAL MAN will record his vctoj lirutlford,
ivs a recorded FKOTESTagainst thecandU I'.ucks.
dates of the sectional lilaek Republicans. ueJr
It is melancholy to think that a majority, ; , ,on' '
or that even a respcctublo portion of the '(.Vntre,
people of Pennsylvania will cast their Chester,
votes in snch a way n will almost certain-; C,'ariln', ,
, , ., . , . , ClearnelU,
Jy destroy the Confederacy. et such P -! t-lisston.
pears to be their determination. In that Columbia,
event, patriots have but ono course to Crawford,
pursue, and that is to march up to thejun'De.rlMIH''
polls, every man of them, and doiosit f xe!ewarJ
their votes in the ballot-box, not orE)
lireckenridge, louglas or Bell but bEne,
tho UNION AND THE CONSTITUTION Fayette,
, . ! Forest,
of our country. ; pmn. .'
, , , . . i rianklin.
We know that it is the habit of the Ab- Kuiton,
olitionists to say that this cry about the Greene,
Union being in danger, is stale, and is J Huntingdon,
only used to frighten tho weak, Ac, 15ut : j"ji(!Jn
in their hearts thuy know that it is true, J Juniata, '
that our country is just now in the most .Lancaster
nnd that the grand aim of, l-awrcnce,
Ibraeo the occasion of a few moment's
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l,, lb ttrl-llMimn MIidrlM U1 bn ,1
lr, n Ibi- i I ( V HI' '1 "t "t tlrt iT tin' ad
Jnlnlnp r,.uiillr. , Iht, ota 'wdl 1" J 1
lol withonl th )li l l l livlis" )" "I"
ninl.-Mn'ion - nllli,iu I) th n" I, tidm.no
cxritPm.ntnndMtpi nHt of lVolinpl-tM.
Men of tho North lp" cf Mouth
no longnr talk u rl.H lien ofaeonnnon
'oiigin and a conimon diliny-but us
'inoitnl enemies, ready to lmn orslnught
eraithey ma) havo tlie power. Can such
! things be, and our country In no danger t
I Alan. I rear h awful truth will not bo
acknowledged or realized until It U
l.ut. " . . Yours. .
Fku.ow Citizen: With a desire to pro-
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leisure to give yon a faint Idea or what I,rao,e J'our "0hl i"
saw and heard on that occasion. t . t0 r ""try-so long and ao vmlently
Until now, I never lost hope of tl.o convulsed by slavery ag.tation-we again
ho Union. We are taught "cl,n'CS9yu- .. .
It would bo madness to uisguwo me
i.- i:.:..i ... . J preservation of tl
rn na Arn iiinr unii in i in itikh itrnvi
donee, has frenuently interposed in behalf Ml, painfully apparent, that there is now
of our beloved country, and brought us
safely through every ordeal. Nothing ex
cept Divine interposition can save us from
dostrqetion now, should Lincoln bo elect
ed. I nm no ulnriu'ud ; but have been
hopeful and confident in the midit of
those who were filled with alarm and
fears. This is not in the nature of things,
or consistent with human nature, when a
fearful and horrible crisis such as history
has never yet recoided is staring ua in
I am awaro that your readers will jiot
fully realize tho danger ; that being secure
themselves, and far away from the dread
ful foars and alarms that exist among our
Southern brethren, they fancy that all is
well ; that this storm, liko all iU prede
cessors, will pass away, without material
a poisoned puono senuuu'in jiruvnuwg
among tho people, well calculated to
awaken the most serious apprehensions.
Abolitionists and their allies havo about
consummated their work of national in
condiarinrn,by combining tho North against
the South, in a most unnaturul warfare, and
demanding that tho Constitution and the
laws shall be interpreted and excouted by
an insolent and factious majority, in utter
derogation and entire disregard of tho
well defined rights of a minority,' by the
highest judicial tribunal known to this
country. Pounsy lvania the great break
water of faction, that has so frequently
stayed the storm seems now to be giving
way ; and the recent election of a Gov
ernor, who, in direct violation of his
former pledges, bowod, in Chicago, at the
hopo and pray that it may be 'eel of th0 misl ral"J Abolitionists In this
country, is indicative ot tho decay ot con-
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.Vniled Kliitc. l Is ritublcl todo'l 11,
Willi a fiAco li'inni 'S llntl, veijr h, illi
'of livate f" liiig hnViln lpn mndi'i th"
'Di'iiiocinlio I hi I. v i oucn inn e uniled In
'the siippinl l t!i reguhiily nominalnd
ILUctoial ket, which, In it apiegal.
n pipupnts tho pub'.io seiitiniPiit of lVim-
pjlvaiiiii, adverse to Mctimtnliin, and
I faithful to the Union and the Constim
I Tho object of tho State Committee now
is, to invuko lor that ticket a tpaiou ana
active suppoi t. Such a support, iven in
every county of thoNtatP, tuny reveruo the
dpfoat at tho State election, and, even if
it doe not, will save tho Domom-ntio par
ty from that disintegration, which an nt
parent abandonment of its ling would
seem to threaten, and which our ancient
cnomioH so much dosiro. If tho Demo
cratic party in Pennsylvania can bo de
moralised and broken to piece, the per
manent success of the inorcenury crowd
now forming tho J'eoplo'a or Republican
party, will be secured, and the State,
which is more substantially Imoeratio
than any ono in the Union, be handed
over for a scries of years, to the cofttTol of
those whoso policy is alion to its true in
terests thepolicy agaiDsl which the Dem
ocratic port) lias so long and so resolute"
A thorough organization and lull vo.o
of tho Democracy at tho Presidential ele
tion, is important for other reasons. J :
Intoxicated tv ono vietorv, won
cned ourcouEtry Wore, and nothing butt
so j hut J see no rational grounds for hope,
The Southern people may bo wrong
in many of their notions and
prejudices, as doubtless they are; but,
whether right or wrong in , reality,
Tntr believe tuet are right in claiming
tqual pricikget in tho Territories tho com
mon property of the Government with
the people of the North j and rather than
submit to a surrender of that equality of i
rights, which they believe they possess,
they will shed their last drop of blood.
The election of Lincoln will be notice to
them that they ki'st srimiT. Submission,
they 6ay, is dishonorable, to which an
honorable death, in defence of that glo
rious charter of liberty and equal rights
bequeathed to us by our revolutionary
fathers, is preferable.
Put this, m bad as it is, is not the worst
feature in the dark future. Many South
ern people mdeod, I might say nil of
them beliive that all the friends of Lin
coln are rank Abolitionists, and that they
are ready to ignore State rights, Constitu
tions, compromises, laws, and everything
that is in the way of tho total abolition of
slavery. Nor is this all. If it were, wo
might still have hope; for an attempt to
do so would bo resisted in the North, as
well as in the South as the free Stat
would then Le overrun with hordes of
idle, lazy, thieving, worthless negroes. But
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Tot at "30 57 "6 349 ' s'".i " must mrcaicn-
the defeat of Lincoln can avert the calam-1 Curtin's majority, 32,092 "6 "6" 18 " ' "V
ity. Go, Ihen, to the foils, and rRO. Total vote of tho State for Gov- thtmka have learned that they are tho
TEST against tho election of a Sectional 'r"or' n -.a . .7 . I T C"
Presidency recording jour votes for the' theorth an the South and very many
. , i itep., js,4. of them have every whore botrayedunmis-
Reading Electors, oucando no more i ' ' Atner. 7.003 .in- .i . .i .
. . , T -., , . i j-,- r- takablo sign that they look upon the
now. Put to do LESs, is to fail in doing 4o,3oo j J '
your duty to your country in the time of i Decrease on rota for Congress. ' 16.271 e!e,c,,0D of I',nco,,n "s the cm"H f thttr
her greatest r.eed. This, we are sure, the! We hare not been able to get the vote if""'' 0t 1nI ih'y Bre to le
Democracy of Gearfield were never guilty of Cameron county. 1'bcrat1 fro bondage, (for that is a con-
of, and now as th. is perhaps the ,.a,t Th. .n-- , d.lion that but few of them requeat.) but
. 1 , 1M repumicans hare commenced that they are to be elevattd to an equa toeial
i ail, uc hope they will prove themselves sauabbliB:: in Tennsvlvania to sea hn a.....,. , Tu.:!.
iAUH,.in,uuii.;i, y. ... - . . : ... lv" iirano m:i.
. y v. ,sriaU be nator ,n j,jace 0r iir. Bigler.
David W ilmot, John W. Fornev, Morton
The Popular Vote in 1856.
As much misapprehension ex'sti,
in ordinary well inform! quarters.
the result of the popular vote for Presi
dent in 1856. and some Republicans eran
cherish the belief that had the election
depended on the people, Fremont woulj
: MeMichael, Alexander McClure, ex-Gov-cven
ernor Pollock, A. II. Recder, Thwldeus
as to ti: qv.c t r o r i
,-icivus, iu ouici, iiciirj j. varey, anu
William B. Mano, are named for the
! Thanksgiving Day.
have been Trident, we have Ukon the Py?"i. In the name and by the
. . , , . i, . i authority of the Commonwealth of
trouble to compile the follo-v.ng sUte. ;l..J 0frennsylvania, William F.racker,
ment, which will le found interesting and Governor of the said Commonwealth :
useful for reference : i A moclaiutio.n.
new esclaxd states. Fellow CiTUEXi : The revolutions of
rremont, oOj.jI j a year have again brought us to our annu-
Buchan.m 159 ,4 al fertiral of Thanksgiving to Almighty
Fillmore 2,124187,218 God. In no preceding year have we had
- more abundant cause for rratitude and
297 ' praise. The revolTine sea9ons have bro't
with them health and plenty. The sum
: mer fruits and the autumn harvests have
been gathered in unwonted exuberance
Fillmore, 230.S97 803,8tV5
a l. .i.t.r.. l i .i
I'ltiJiK'i n riiinui pciiviiT ou nervaaea an me
-- ,i J ,..,. , r i;r - f t i i 2..JZ-.
try has met with a generous reward.
i he increase of material wealth has been
; liberally employed in sustaining our Edu
cational and Religious Institutions ; and
-1,089,413 ( loth are making the most gratifying pro
1.235 grcs in enlightening and purifving the
I'uuuc iuiiiu. u uue, in x.urope, central
Majority against Frement 1,088,175 and a bsolute governmcnu, by their pres
w esTcas states. J sure on personal rights and liberty, are
Buchanan 577 53 (producing excitements, which threatens
Fdlmore I23,Vl2-7iV,,344 i to urheave the very foundations of society
Fremont 577,3' 5 j an(1 tave 'e,, 10 me in'nces, to bloody
. ' " ! and cruf I wirs, we, in the enjoyment of
Majority a;aint Fremont 12? ,039 lCOIlfett-lional. .1Iberty, an d uuder tho
'rrolect-.on of just and equal laws, are
total vote in all tiie state. ,,cacefully pursuing the avocations ot life,
Bjchanan, 1.8Sj.9ij0 ; and engaging in whatever promises to ad-
Fillmor. 835,900 2,736,92') , vance our social and individual improve-
FrccKnt 1,324,553 ment and happiness. " The lines are. "
I indeed, " fallen to us in pleasant placos
I and we have a goodly heritage.", In all
1 this we st-e the crdtrings of a kind and
! merciful Providence, which call not only
' for recognition, but for our public Thanks
giving and Praise.
Under this conviction. I. William F.
I Tacke. Governor of the Commonwealth
Majority agaiut Frexoot, 1,402,357
It will thus be seen that Fiemout did
not receive ono third of the popular rote
of the country, that he received a majori
ty in but one, a-.d that the smallest, sec
tion of tha Union, and that the majority
against him was largely in excess of the
Yotefcereoeired. Thai Abraham Lincoln,
with cot a tithe vi Trtisofit'i popuUrit y
of Pennsylvania, do hereby appoint Thurs
take in this. And it is the certain knowl
edge of this fact that causes mo to iiy that,
without some certain interposition of the
Ruler of Nations, the days of our happy
Union are numbered.
That this slate of feeling exists among
the slaves is manifested in various ways.
You see it in the increased watchfulness
on the part of the owners ; in the numer
ous attempts at insunection, conflagra
tion, poisoning, &c; in the general con
duct of tho negroes ; but abore all, in tho
c t that among the thousands of Southern
amilies who have been spending the sum
.: er North, msr.y of thein yet remain, the
men only returning, until itshall be known
whether that most horrible of all strug
les a ttrvile iruurretfion is to curse the
I believe the Southern people love the
Union with greater ardor, and truer af
fection, than the people of, the North.
The memories of Washington, Jefferson,
Madison, Monroe, Jackson, &j live- in
their affections with a much greater in
tensity and real glory than does the mem
ories of Franklin, the Adamses, Uamilton
with the people of the North. And
I believe that the Southern peoplo are
ready to sacrifice everything except their
honor in the support and defence of tho
Union. Rather than sacrifice their honor,
they prefer separation and disunion, and
at least nine out of every ten men j ou
meet in the South, has made up hie mind to
scrvatism in our State.
In view of theso events, all pointing to
the triumph of n geographical party, start
lingly described by tho "Father of his
Country," in his " Farewell Address to
tho people," it become the intelligent
voter ca'mly to refloct boforo depositing
his ballot. Shall our people endorse sec
tionalism, against the protest of eighteen
States in this Contederacy, and in direct
violation of the rishts of ten millions of
equds under our Constitution T Must
right give way to might, and Pennsylvania
bo Abolitionized ? We feel that the elec
tion of Andrew G. Curtin is no answer to
theso Important, these vital questions.
The sober second thought of tho people
already indicates n gfcat change at the
approaching election. The recent union
of the Democratic forces tho timely
imous and united determination to sup
port the regular Reading electoral ticket,
must bo attended with the most happy
coiifequences. A united Democracy are and
will It invincible. , A great conservative party
can save the country from disgrace, and turn the
tide of treason.
The Opjosition, flushed with victory,
and blind to tho just retribution that
must follow their temporary triumph, ari
making great exertions to catry the State
for Lincoln and Abolitionism. Satisfied
that the " irrepressiblo conflict", is at
hand, and confidently counting on our
lethargy, they are actively engaged in can
vassing fcyery election district. Socrot
emissaries, supplied with money, misrep
resentation, and falsehood, are every where
at work. C)ear3eld coun ty a majority of
whose citizens have always been true to
tho Constitution, and conservatives in
principle is to bo made speak in favor of
tho candidate for President, who, in Con
gress, on tho 2d of March, 1846, voted to
ttarve the " American soldier," then fight
ing the battles of his country on a foreign
Will you. then, fellow-Democrats, lay
down your arms because of tho "whirl
wind" that has passed t Will you remain
indifferent while danger and disgrace
threaten our common country 1 Will
you, by inactivity, strengthen this senti
ment, that demands rebuke T Will you,
by staying away from tho polls on Tues
day, the 0th of November, allow the
cue my to tako you prisoners and carry
the county f
Troud of your fidelity heretofore, we
exppct once moro to see it manfully dis
played. Considerations of great weight
require your services. Give another day
to the country, and as conservatives dis
charge your duty, so that whon bitter
ness, contention, and insurrection shall
distract our laud; whou the civil, social,
and political equality or tho negro shall
crowd tho white man from his place, and
herald the Abolition Millenium ; you can
say to yourselves, and to the world,
"Against these things wo havo entered
our protest." Stand for the ticket headed
by Koim and Vaux, on which our party
has united. Let nothing keep you from
the election, and have every Democrat
there. For if you will, the day i ours ;
and Pennsylvania will be erect, relcasod,
redeemed. D. F. ETZWEH ER,
Chaiiman Standing Committee.
PVm.iV K.U.IC-'fliv. will be k
imlilin iilr, at th to ref,on,' of ibe gut,,,
in (lltAIIAMl'UN, L'learfloM county, on
URDAY, tlio 10th dnyof NOVliMUEH
til o following property, to wit: , .
1 Young Ior(, 1 two yenr.uld Colt, 1 CJ
liond of fut Etttf CutUo, 1 twg-hori .J
1 fAl koi-oA lV....n 1 Tl I.!-
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enmo, i ninauw mm, a send of
Ptock Cattle, 1 H nijide Uur.
n, Sloi(;h, Bleds. Flows,
Harrows, .rimins, '
Fmmiutf Iiujilouiunts, and othor toolt tot
, cut to mcntiou.
Alio, a lot of Wheat, Ilyo, Coru.'ie
Pnle to cOmiuouee ut 10 o'clock on said di,
Ierms. All Hums 6r j;j nd undor. cul
nil larger funu, a Credit df tlx moutlii wi"
Riven, tho notes,, with approved soouritj-, J
j, A deduction of ton per cent per atiDtut
' each. " .
1. "f ho drain will Vc sold for cash orly
I - ': .: James r. XEi&f
. , ., ,i , , I UruliauHon, Oct. Zl, ll. oci
milling llliwiiu iiiw uuunj'j'j ii iii-i 7,iv;uo ,
I tuilllitit iMniQ
k,) k in mum 1 1 n ,.,,
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Huron, liiBt li I i'ln, .
N' lieiit per. hutli.
On the 2nd of October, by tho Rev. Burni,
Mr. Eamiel Shiver, of . Luihersbur, Cleartield
cennty, to Mip. Caiioune CinvKii, of St. Cluire-
villo, Bedford county, I'a.
On the 25th of October, by the Rov, .Jauies
Johnson, Mr. Faciitaira Kom.r.R, of Troulvillo,
Clearfield county, to Miss HAjry CnAirronn, or
Mie tame place. ' - '
la Pcnn township, on the 11th inntnnt, at tho
residence of the brides Father, by Friend Cer
emony, Mr. Thomas W. Mooac to Mis R. Jaa
.fis Hoovin, both of Clearfield county, Ta. .
On Sundav. the 28th instant, by D. S. Moore,
Esq.. Mr. Mattbiw Hemrt to Miss. WARr
(straw, both , of Ferguson township, uicaruew
I am just receiving and opening- Iur;t
FALL AND WINTER O'OOI
of almost every description
A benuiifiil af."ortmcnt of Prints anl i;
goods, of the newest and latest stylos. A,,
great variety of useful notions.
A large assortment, rcady-mi;
C L O THING;'
Iionnets, Shawl, '
Hats and Caps,
HouU aud Shoes, a large quanta
, ,, Hardware, yi ouueware, .
..llruirt aud Modieinn.
Oil and Paints,
Carpet i. Oil Clotus,,
, l'isli, Sacon and Floj
of the boct quality, all of which will be ig(
the lowext cm.Ii or roudy pay prices. . '
My old friendf and the ul,lio geutrall;.
respertfully invited l call. r
Clearfield, Oct. 31, 180U. WM. F. IRWI
..ir-TN. H. All kinds ofOM.Vand ni
CUl. WRY PRHOUW taken in cxcbsif
of the Democracy, sure, - without effort, TjRESH ARRIVAL OF " " ' '
of another in November, the leaders of JL; ; M GOOD S'
the Hepublican party nro meditating an1 ""' , ,
extensive export of Pencsylvania voters ' , , AT THE CHEAP CASH STOKE,
into tho neiifhborino States, especially ' iox ,.i v
New Jeisey and Delaware, where tho non-
lesi is very close, ioi wuuieu, ns iney
think, here, they will bs very Bervioeiible
there Let this fraud bo frustrated, if
possible, by sucli activity on our part, us
will compel our adversaries to rornain at
home. It may be, should the attempt at
colonuingbo persisted in, that Pennsylva
nia now can be redeemed. ,
But there is a higher and stronger mo
tive to action. Every Democratic vote
cust in Navember uvery vote, indeed,
against tho Itepublican ticket is a vote
for the Constitution, the Union, and for
tho rights and property and saloty of our
Southern brothern, and swells the groat
conservative body, which, whether it be
at the timo a majority or minority, now
strnds as the only barrier to sectionalism
and fanaticism. Should Mr. Li rooms bo
elected, and his Administration irove, as
we lear it will, to bo animated by the ag
gressive spii it of anti-shivery fanaticism,
and threaten still more the well ascertain
ed rights of any portion of the Union; the
Democratic party of Pennsylvania will be
the great crnstituent of the constitutional
opposition, which must check and con
trol tho Executive. It is nil inijxjrtant
that the elements of such nn opposition
should dovelope themselves at the polls
now. Kuch a demonstration of Northern
Democratic sentiment, even if It' should
not insure victory, may ultimately save
the Union, by showing to the Son i Ii how
many true friends they have In tho North,
and especially in those Middle States,
which are the truest and most loyal to the
Constitution Ix-t it be remembered that
when, in 1S34, the stornt of kindred ftmut
icim broke' upon Pennsylvania, the
Know-Nothing candidate' was elee'ed
Governor by nn overwhelming majority;
and yet, in lcs than two years, fanaticism
died out as suddenly as it arose, and the
Democratic party, true to its principles
faithful, even in disaster, to Its standard
resumed its influence anil predominance
in tho State," So will it be now.' - All' dc
pends on activity, on concert, orl honora
Lie and magnanimous torgetfitlnesH of
past cliileMticps.' Let any ono who) hiilts
at their revival. w!to seeks to excite again
any unkind feeling among Democrats, be
marked as an enemy lo his country and to
Ins party. Ict the-County Committees
take immediate measures to secure n full
vote of the Democratic party, even in dis
tiicts where local success 5s impracticable ;
for, remember that, in November, every
vote counts in the treat result and that
every Democrat who stops at home, ex
presses his despair of tlie Hepublic, and
pwctieally votes with the enemies of the
Union and the Cor.Milution.
WILLIAM If. WELSH, Chairman.
Democratic State Executive Committee
Rooms, Philadelphia, October 2H, I860.
COURT . PROCLAMATION
..WfUtllKAS.-lloii.. IjAiMUKb LhNN
I t l'rcsideut Judiro of. the Court of Cob:
Pli as of the Uenty. liftl Judicl J listrict,tl
poseu or the counties Of Clearfield, Cfntn
Clinton and the Hon. Win. L. Moore and F.
lienjamin Porifil, A-soointe Jndgea of Cllart
county ; liave issued their ,recept. to int di
ed, for tho holding of a. Court of Common P,
Orphan's Cmtrt, Court of Quarter Sessions, f
ot Oyer and Terminer, and Court of (Icntnl
Delivery, nt Clearfield, in and for the CW
ClenrSeld, on the '
frtond Monday 12th Joy) cf Xwcmh :
-. i to cvittbtue w.e iceeki '
NOIIChl IS, thereforp; hereby pivol,
Coroner, Justices ofthol'euce, and CoMUi
In and for' said couhty of Cleartield, tu apm
tbeir proper persons, with thuir Rolls, Hsr
Inifuihiuous, Knuui nations uud ulboi ((rtsj
bratices, to do those thiiigs w hich to their off
add in their behulf, pcrt.it n to be dun?, ani
rore be then and there attending, and ootti
part nilliout leave, at their peril., '.
UlVEN under ray band ul Clearfield, ii?
day of el., in tho year of our IrJl,! 4
sand eight linndrou and aixtv.
F. U. .MILLER, PM
, Oct. 28, I86 0. ; ,
, SHERIFFS SALE., .
I5y virtue ofsur.dry writs of Tet. '.
issuetl out of tho ca art of Common Pic
(. a ib i ia ami l.y coming counties, umlu
directed, wHll bj ox posed to public
ut the couit Iiouko in tho r borouti
Clenrfitld, on Monday tlie 1-tU day of
venibor, INoO- Iho lollovVm descr
rronertv, vj..- i .
All tlie right, title and nitorest of l
jaiiiiii 1 ingluig-r -L Jn and to ot
cres of . Ui;d hounded bv Klicrivi'L A
lingling, on llioea.itbv vVui.iwt
south by John l'atchen, with log lid-
log barn, saw null in good running (!
and, about litty acros cleiced thereot
Seized taken, in execution and io be
as the proiicrty of IeniamiU Yinyliag
. 'h . Miller,
Oct. 24, 1800. Sheriff Oflice, Clear a
. DIED. . . ti ,
la Goshen township, September 2G, of Diptho-
ria, Aucbibald v., Son of Win. L. and litabeth
Shaw, aged It years, 1 month, and 28 days,
In Goshen .township, Ootobei 24, of, Kmily
' . ' ' , , Teachers Wanted. t
The board of Directors of Knox toH
ship are demrous of employing four d
potent teachers, for a term of 4 motiUV
K.lJipplication to tie made iminediatei
ConraAt lluker, resident, or D. J. U;
cart, Secretary, D, J. CATUCABT-'
, ,Oct.3dI8C0. Ct.'
..All persons will please take aotice !
stud book of Jumvt Wall is left in ml '
row collnptlon mntl nil. tn,ii,a ,m riuillifSi
Jane, daughter of Wm. L. and KliiabctU Shawjnake Imniediatcraymcnt to mo. Calif"
nirnfl A vaari. .1 months. Ann ilnvs. l a . . ..
O l ' - ' . CBTB COS1S,
Christ will all needful strongth impart; - Oct 24th 16CC At pd.
Linger nua aouui no more
8r,Thc idea of installing the Tope in
T... 1 1 I i . i . i i . .
separate from the North. They say that Th nfur!
they are abundantly able to take care of, ther from Jerusalem to JafU than irora
themselves, and that no probable condi-i Home to its sea-iport, Civita Veohia; a
tion could add to their present horrors, as ; railroad would place Jerusalem within
ihey are how in constaut dreal of their i one ,lr of tho Mo'iiterrarean, and it
live, by the dagger, the torch, or the roK ! .71 SSTiSJ. h
sonodcup. would add, also, very much to the ad-
In this part of Vircinia the Abolition, !anoe of Christianity in the East. T,
ists are quite numerous, and in this city Fronca rmy fy . ia can easily take pos-'
With streaming eyes and aching heart,
11 is pardoning gmee implore.
Comt, then come now ; a Savior seek ; ','
Be pardoned, saved and blossed.- : "'
0 ton,e, yo weary, faint ani weak, . (,
And Christ will give you rest. ; m. a. S.
In Lawronce township. Oct- 29.1860. CaAaLEs
Edward MoMt'Lun, eon of U.K. and llatmah
iMc.Mallin, aged 4 yean, 11 months, and la days.
II. W. KPW-
Administration baring been this du.v Jr
t d to tlie undersipned on the estate ut 'u-,
lllanton , late of Decatur tn.. Clearfield (ft
P. deo'd., all' persons Indebted to said fj
are requested to tnnko immediate pn.yiei
those having claims against saide'Ute arerr
tod to Drcsent tlietn dulv auLhonticated for
tlemeut, ' , ELIJAH AEECK,. Ada
, Oct 24. lSoO-rl ;
day, the .went ninthdni. , M. TTrT EZ
next, to be oberred a a day of public i " Lincoln & 11 Ami it, " banners I have seen . thev sa v it wnul.l Ia t.lm .uioit ... n
ThacisgiyiDg and Prayer, and rewm anywhere, is itretchei across one of tkejsettJe Ine Koman question.
DIISOLIITIOX. The partnership hereto-"
fore existing between tho uudorsiaiieu,
under the title of Loral no A Co., in the lrug
and Variety Uusiness, has been dieBolved this
day by mutual consent, '
, The Hooks and Accounts are la the bands of
J. U. Uartawick for settlement and. oolloetioa,
and the business will hereafter be carried on by .
him. , . , .. , J. O. L0UA1XK, t
J. G. 1IABXSWICK,
Clearfield, Pa.; Oct. 27, I860. , oet;iQ.3t
1NGKAIM C Altl'liTS,
Manufactured and for tale by
M. PIPER A Co, .
Leiberman A McDo will's Building,
N. K. corner Seoond and Itace strveti,
Entrance on Race Street. Philadelphia.
jM-yoods Warranted. octO lm
of j,rfng'pnd Foe1
Uuiwonsville. V ivH. 186m t K. A. IRVP
' ' A ' e-r lrr
' t oJuliiiriff of the laist fnr r'l I
(looking Slyvca of various and pric
L'..le"j ', " K. A.
'f itfkervl aall. hViring for sale at the''
111 store or
-, i ts,
W-l.,. 11..., if. "T"..r. .. . t I'l ...... ,1. M
P i-iu.'an't-.ru'.-r tv ' . ' " K. A. lKt
(iiirwi mvtllc) May I-t, 4f,, "' "
i ( ....
sirio ot iv.u iwjitlier tt
lor Cttjh by ii. A
Curwensville, May 1, lil0.