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Th Lite County Fair.
Nothing oould bo- iii'jrti moceuful limit
'ltd Ule Annual fair of the Cleat lield
, oun'f Agrh.uitutsH Sx-iety. J he display
of Stixk, Agrii'uliuiel and Mechanical
jiriulnotlntiii, (to., An., iletcd moft con :
tluiivi'!. (lie deep interel Ml in the en
terprise by all r.lu.tMvt of our citizen. The
euther oaukl not hove, been more plcas
nt, and tiro Turmer, being well through
with ilicii full woi k, largely cor.tribated
to t!ic swelling of ono of the greatcat
ere wis wo ever witnessed in llio county,
which continued, with liule vtriution, for
thioo of tho four dnytsct apart for tho ex
i The oinccu of this Society-both pr-jo.
-.nni.t tnl feniDOi-nrv l'Pryc mo
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th:mks of tho fiuiie comiuunily.
Biiich praise ennnct be given thfnt, for
tho "ood order nnd excellent nrrunge-
jncnts on this occasion, well ait fr the
kuivi'dt-fijl innniier in which thb lutlitu-
tion has thus Tar btcn conauotea. .or0f iuaiuiuot!i iio thu Urgust one mens
ibould o fail to atvnrd duo credit to tl)0'u,.ing 13 ichM j length, nnd 23 j in cir-
iliouaaitdt of spectators ilia brought tO'cumreronco, and weighing 10 pounds.
for tho excellent ordftr and rk-co
'rum that j.revuiUd throughout. I ho po- J
' u... .,.rmi..ftiPiiU wero rnnd. 'nnd in (lip '
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Jnuids of gentlotnon who tool; piido
doing just tvhnt tlioy were ppointod for.
But for all tins, tve think mudi, very
jnuWi, U due to the spectators for th en
tire absi'iice of disorderly conduct.
The atlracuons were numerovt and in
tticstin).', and chi"f among thf lit wn tho
Sa.tc Horn linnd, tho nieniters of which
irero unremitting in their attention, and
Jheir excellent music lent a charm even
jo thi-l which wa of itself changing.
0nthol5th inst., some figLting took
plncj at Harpers Ferry between a portion
f llifi foiTos under Col. (Jeary and atrong
foroe of Confederates, tho latter beirg dri
ten back until rcuiforoed, when Col. Gea
ry fel' bai-k Liking with hiiu a enptured
32-poun'ler Calumbia'l. His lo'j was
ilhdit, while that of the enemy was ropor
teil to bo serious.
The federal foiveR are slendily advanc
ing from Wadiin'ton into Virginia Geu.
Mc'Call, in com man.! of tha rentiavd"1'''
Reserve (."'irps, leading the advance, hich
1 noiv lejt s'.iort distance from Fuirlnr.
.Tlie rotoinno i,s now ftjlly blockaded by
toe Confederals, tlieir batterien on the
"Viry ir: in siJefiring upon every ve-fcel pass
ini: up and do.vn. A Nev York vesel la-
dea with hay, cement, cf-c., was captured
by them on Saturday last. Other cap
tures are reported.
f lie blockading squadrDn on tho Missis
sippi was attacked by a squadron fitted out
al New Olenn on the litis inst., under
command of Capt. llollins, who performed
eonspicui us pAI'l in thu capture of tho
Bteamer St. Nicholas on the. Chesapeake
some nionthsngo. Tho cloopof war Vin
cenr.es was sunk, and soverul other v ei
el are reported a having been driven a
jronndand some prizes taken.
From Missouri tho news is important.
General Trice left Lexington, going South,
and is reported to have been joined V)'
McCulloch a.t C.irthg9, where they are pre
paring to rooeivo Ceu. Fremont, who is in
rapid pursuit. Lexlgton is reported to
Jue re.onpturcd by the Union force".
In the meantime Fremont is one ctay
reported removed the next day, I he re
port is contradicted and tho next, he is
again removed. Gon. Cameron has re
turned from a tour of inspection to M'u-
ouri.aii't them seems to bo no doubt that
orders lor tlio roiuovnl of Fremont have
beer, issued. Gen. Hunter is now said to
be his Buceeisr.
I Lord Lyons and Secretary Sevard are
believed to bo engiged in important cor
respondence. A "letter from each is pub
lished, m the Miljoct of the imprison
ment of r.rilhh Subjects; and in refrrirg
lo this controversy, Io.n, of tho Baltimore
Sun, remarks that tho opinion is gaining
jR-iand that the Southern Confederacy
wiJibe rococnized by KritlaniUnd France
Mr. Mtoon of Virginia, ai.d Mr. Slide!!!
tl Louisiana, having sailed as Ministers,
Jti vessel that escaped the blockade at
For the Republican.
M Penuville was dedicated on Sabbath 22d
Kept. Ivev. T. A. Goitvalt preached the
, Dedication sermon at 1 1 A. M., which wus
tcry excellent and aprronriate. In the
afternoon, alter 11 dif course on tho Nature
ana l'esignoi sacrament, 1110 inetncrsol
the (lilleient ciiurenej present comnierao -
fated the lovo and fullering of our blessed
Lord. JhoeUihcels lranie J. hy 42 feet, '
With a bueniont33 by 21 feet. The house
is painted white, with tw-o oi.los fronting!
The entire cost was
ti,3 el' ihisi mini had
more than I
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halt not r,een provHoil
tor. ; On tho morning of tho dedication a Single IRrcad. Coviagton in tho County of Clearfield aforusaid,
we weie instructed by tho building Com It forms a flat, even, and elnstio seam, which bounded and describod as foli-jws, to wit: Ad
mitfpo in t-Pt.net llio lionso out of debt as WARRANTED not to rip in wear, even if the joining tho River, beginning nt a corner at the
thev unnhl untf Hi is hnlanco: this was
liKae.1 u .1 " u,i ol.,lo .nnlrihiile 1
...r 1 V 1 ,1 ..win,,1
jeneroiisly. We asked the corglOLiuion
wr eighty dollars to lunilMl Hie vnurcii
ilh mailing, carpeting, its, and '.hey
lubscribed !100, I f I his uniount our old
tried frien.ls of Curwonsvilla and vioinity
contributed a very ruir.Foportien. .
v regard Key. Jtl I. liot wait as not on.
J gOO1 preacher but a capital beggar, j
J. S. J.-
ArM MM. I'l ttM V.i
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t , ' 'l;l I ll I tn mI,.. I u, n 1
Allot t , t 1 M til I" 1 1 m V " t
V ; ;":
(I held.. v. ' 171 .(V
I. k i m iH) , H'D 5li ?l'i
J. tl. -mi 1 127 UH i l L't
McKmnco., 4 7 7 !i
I Total, :tij;( hii'J 32 v,
I ARMY VtUK.
1 Clearfield VnU. 30 H7
T.llc do W 00 20
JeHVr.on do 27 27 107
WcKean do 00 00
Total, 57 .'.7
Add ds't tote, 3.t 3:102 3.1
Add ii districts in Cunicron co. 17mnj.li
Totil, C'JIO 3309 3727
Mnjontii's, '21 -i Iul
U-Weuro not nwnrf of any other Vol
untucr oornpitnles to hour from.
Cl.i.mriELD A hit ad. Tlie grout trot that
cams off nt tho Fulr Ian, trek win won by
jcionrfild Phinclmrd'i uplondid lioro
coming oul fur uheitd. Time, by iomo,
ly otlel., 2-53.
tr i ne aitenuon oi an mow tt no are
810K, or tviio tupect 10 ua kick, is cauc-u iu
! card of Dr. Gus in uootht'i cnlmun.
i .i ..i i. i.ii...
HiRD io BsT. Tames Bailey of Law
rnco township, left ul our nlllita two Heat
M .tllli! LOT. On ThursJay the 10th Inntaut.by
Unniol Uuadlnndor, Ksq., Mr. M. Y. Kiilicl of
ln..j.,. ... m... v.,i..
lirMiytj)., to Mix Esther M. Buut of L'nion tp.,
On thosiime dy, ly lli Iter. J, W. Woldon,
Mr. David M. ieains, tu Mits Leuueutlno lloigh
tol.ailof Bittd tii.
On Si'iidiiT. tho !0tb Initint. hv Lever Flf
pul,Esq. Mr. J II. hnpuld (0 M131 Rlizabuth Sul
tduy. all of Brady tjj.
Dlt. IXAAC Cl.'SS, it now pcunanently lo
cated at V'ilUnms Urove, Clearfield county.
Past patronage and success Hatter hi 111 with the
belief thai those desiring ueJic.il aid "ill uot
hesitoto to pive him a call. Ho can bo fuund,
when not professionally ongaged, ut hit OJioo,or
at the residence of Uuorge J. Kylcr.
Cctobor 2J, 1301. 4t. pd.
F U UN ITU HE ROOMS.
BENNER & BARRETT
Respeotfully anaounco to tho pub'ia that they j
have completed and ore now occupying tlio'.r new
furnitur ware-rooms, (routing on the Market
Lot and nearly opposite tho Court Iionte.
Cabinet uiakiug will be rarriei on in the up
per sttry of tbt same building In all its
DIFFERENT B F A N C II E 3.
All kiCls sf furniture will be kip t eonetautly
en haals and saldoheap for enh or oxchange
or oeuatry rroducc, r Lamber to suit the basi
PARLOlt, ROCKING, AND
SPRING SEATS, CAIN
PARLOR SOFA, CENTRE,
EXTESSIOX C- IME.IKFAST
SOFAS, OF ALL KINDS,
VARIETIES AND PATTERNS.
BOOKCASES WARDROBE8, C.
BEDS TEA DS, JEXXY LIXD,
FREXCll rOSTS, te.
Msttrassci, Ilair, Ilalr top, Cottoo Irp,
and Corn Hunk, ef the best material.
Locking QltPin, of all itria and sites,
Also, 0 lanes for old Trnmcs.
Also, Tca-poj s, What-nots, Wash stands,
Work-stands, Uat-rscks, o,
CotT.ni made to order on short notice, and
Poplar, Cherry, and Ltnwood Lumber, taken
la exchange for work.
Clear8fld, October 2.1, 1S81. 1y.
.I'r.pg jth HcmirtCr nilU i cIlCr.
THIS MACHINE HAS A POINT OP
SUPiSXIOB Il'Y PECULIARLY
1 Rt itrViinm ITrmmjun. Br,J rlU
b- ""' V 5L , 5 n W
'?!"". is cutat frequent intervals, and also under
c'r.":,"u,'tance1 -to mthvivk tub wash Ti B."
raiented device of great utility to lenrners,
prevents lbs po.aibility of tho maehin. being
run lu lh wring direcUon, or the ba'aneo wheel
weoring a lady's dros.
Another feature which deserve particular at-
t""" ' .
'Z W ht
Two thousand stitches, or two yards of work,
eD In don In on mlnut withosit dropping-
I f t
'. HVtiJ III i" I --I I. II 'I 111' ! Ml 1 i' ' I I" "'. .
Mim I,iiir. In-Ill nul .i-i.iiily flumlxxl, n4
hi ,in.ii' in I Ii rnn-lii."ll"ii tlml H n'l'UK J'-!
nu n: Iiiim.iiI,ip ..r ll tn grt I tl l' "ii " !
I'lltil lll) I lirunlrl".
"llin imiil'iii.l with it own I'liuti'ir 111111U
II I lie ronlly ulunlile iiiin i'in 11 1 i.f llio Inu1'
r i rii'd 111m limn." I'l'iinpt Ivmiiiin. '
" J'Lli iiiU' lili.o, in th 0 I'l'iiiHMi of tlx) roimnil
tee. Oil nmrn ni'M Iv the riMiuimni'iiU "I I"'1"- 1
Ici'l Tiii ily iiini'liine limn any on oxhiliili ui.
I l iiiiiltliu Juiut txlnljilii'ii llcirt nt IsjS.
'j'wkuig tnlu couiiiivrntiiii) iiiidui'y, clunip
Df durability, mid duiii till wui k, tlie aniunnt
'too were uiiii.iiiiioiiiIv in lnvcr of llio Wilcox it
(jiljbmittt (ingle llui'ud uittflnni'." Ponnnylv
uij. Suite A.ricultunil Soeii'ly'e H"nn t.
"We uiut, in JuHico, ex rjMi our confidence
is tlio inorilM ol Hie V ili'ox A Uibbj Sowing Mil
chine. WeoonnidiT' Hint a Rnnt dusideriituin
liae been iuiili l by it, in rn-oving. beyond
d'lubt, lint two tliri'inl are nol, 11s i rupiim
d, neoeiuury to a good imirit o nt." 'Cbriotinu
Aiivooate and Journul, June I. 1st! J.
"We bve one of these umcliiurt in u.ie, and
think more highly oi it than of uny uf the num
ber ire bnvo trioil." llichiii'ind W hij.
The twdirsiniu'd, Jlifniminry to L7oni.tantin:.
pie, linn exaini-iud 111010 than twenty diflrrrut
kinds of Sowfn Miiidiinen, end otter 101110,11 1
woi-ke cxierioine with Wilanx ( llibtis' 1'iilout.
be baa puiubuod ono of llnuu, ua the best udup
ted to the Vfimti of bis fiiinily, nnd as tlie least
liuhle to roijuiro np.iir. OLIVER I'ltANK.
Huston, July J, H00. t .
The unders'iiud, during ei'btecn montlit, has
had in ulunnt cnaUiit uto, 111 bl' iuitiity W il
cox S. Uiblis biiwina MiicUiue, upou which bus
bet 11 inn (I i the clothes ol hi laiKu fuiuily, from
muslin lu pilot cloth including :hu clotliin; rj
quii'ud fur his ttrvcnil boys j and in 1,0 case have
the funis liiiled, iillboin;h in hard service. The
machine now 10 use in bis loiuily bus required
no ropuir, und is in ull rc.ipectii, Well appointed,
elLcioiit and durable.
JACUli C1UCKER1XO, Boston.
iff-Send for a Circiilur.r
JAMKS ll.t()X, Maiivilactunr.
So. SOS llio Ml way, .New York,
Opposite Pt. Nicholas lintel.
October 211, 1801. tf.
WRIT OF PAETTION.
t. L KA RFIKLD CO U.XTV .V-S :
The Commonwealth of I'finiMjIvuni.tt
To the High Shcrijof Clearfield County
Wnr.Rr.AS, At an Orphan's Court hold at Clear
field in and for the snid County of Cleurfielil, the
21th day of ptomlior, A. V. 161, before the
Honorable Painuol Linn, U ., President, and
his Associutes Jiidgts of the Court, in' the iniilior
of the estate of John I'eter Kider, deceased, the
Petition of WillinKi C. Kider, of the City ot
Pelin in the County of La riullo, and State of llli
uoij, by his Attorney 111 lact, 11. Uuelinr hwoo o.
wus preiented, suttinj; forth, that John 1'. Kider,
lute of Covington township, in tlie County ol
Cloarfleld, died on the duv of A. I.
1801, intestate, luavinj ifsue and heirs nt law, as
follows, to wit. George Ride,', late of Dauphin
Couuty, deceased, who let't children ns follows,
to wit : Abner Kider, Susannah, intermarried
with Ueorgo M. ootts, ana fciixaoetu, intermar
ried with I'atrirk McMullon, all of the age of 21
years, Peter Rider, now of Murab Creek, in tho
County of Centre, Amelia, intermarried with Pa
vid 81. Clair, of Covinpton township, in (he
County u Closrseld nfoieiaid, Itkh ird Rider,
late of Clinton County deed., who left a widow
naiuod Susannah, now intermarried with in.
Hulf, and two children. Win. C. Rider, Ihe IV
tilioner, aud Andrew Rider, who is nnder ago,
ond of whom Robt. McCoruiick.of th said Coun
ty of Cliaton, is Guardian : Sophia, who was in
termarried with Jas, Mulliollnud, Jno. W. Rider.
Sarah Rider andJosb Rider. all of the jnid Coun
ty of Clearfield, thnt tho said decedent died sei
sed iu lee of and in certain reol cstato as follows,
to wit : Allth't piece or parcel of bind situate in
Girari tp., in the County of Clearfield aforesaid,
bounded and described ns follows, to wit : Begin
niug at a lloinlock corner on tho. line between
tracts Nes. S321 and i325. Thence E. 200 per.
along tho said line to a cucuiubur grub corner.
Thence H. 170 per. to a beuilock, Lheuco W. 20U
per., thence X. 170 per. to the place of beginning,
containing 2P0 acres and allowance, (being the
same tract of land conveyed to ih said Jui. P.
Rider in his lifetime by Robt, KuiiiJi, assignee of
James Yard, by bis deed bearing diUe tho 29, h
June, A. !., 18J5, duly roconted in tlie ttecord
ers office of the said County iu Jluuk F, Page 111)
Also a corl aiii tract ol IntiU uluato 111 llio said
County of Clearfield and bounded aud described
ts follows, to wit: Beginning at a hazel in the X.
V.. coraer of warrant VV l.S'sO. Thence S. 211 per.
to a white pine, thonce W. 76 r. to a while oak,
thenee S. along the survey of Lui Lutr., 101 per.
and two-loilbs of a perch lu a post, thence S.
along said sarvey. 121 per. and eight tenths of a
per. to s'ones, thence W. 131 perches te a post.
Thence K. 94 per. to n wbiu oak, iXcnco W, 4i
per. to a foti, Uicnce X. 30 per. and eight tcnths
of a perch to a pst. Thence li. 107 per. to the
place of beginning, containing 1013 acres and 1.11
per , more orless, (being the Mime tract of hind
eonveysd to the snid J. P. Rider in his lifetime by
Jno. Keating, by deed dcaritig dato tho 22nd day
of Juno, A. loll, duly rocoruoo. iu uooa 11.,
pago 41) Also a certain tract, piece or pared of
lund, situated in the snid County of Clearfield,
bounded ond described as follows, lo wit: Begin
ning at a stono cornor SI2 per. E. of while oak
grub, which said whitoonlt grub is the S. W. cor
ner of Patent No. 1895, this tract of lund beitig
part ot said patent, thence R. 220 per. to a while
pine, theuce N. 23 def . R 46 per. to a Hemlock
corner, thence N. i7 dor. W. 2a per. lo a white
nine, thenco . 83 doff. W . fit
per. to a white
, pino, thence N. 105 perches to a stone comer.
1;.., .1, . . t. . i. . . 1, a.
ifteliC0 iv. 100 per. 10 a niupie, lucitce inu psr,
' to tho place of beginning, containino 180 acres
! and 12 per. and allowance (being the same
liant of land conveved to the said J 110. P. Rider
"II ! Inli I n v
i lit i t ii r j o. in
in m. -in r h
' A ii.' !"tf,: til
I ill his lifetimo by John Keating, by i'e e 1 (roaring i ! ,
date tho 12th day of Sept. A. D., 1821, duly Re-1 l '.( LTOK'H NOTK Iw Notice is hero-
I corded in Deed Book E., page 261) Alio a cer-1 lby given thsf Letters Testamentary, 011 the
1 tain tract of land situated in tho taid County, ' Cttato of SAMUEL MOORK late of Peiin
j bounded and described os follows, to wit: Re-; townhipr, dee'd, have been granted lo the un
' ginning at a maple corner, theuce E. 49 per. to a 1 dorsigned. All persons indebted to I estate
I while pins, thonoe 130 per, to post, thenco W. 1 nro required 10 make iiumedieto payment, nid
j 4V per to a stono corner, thenco X. 1139 per. to those having-claims rgninst the same willpresenl
I tho plnco of beginning, containing 48 acres and them duly authenticated for settlement te my
I allowance, boins cart of wiirriini So. 180G. until ittnrapv. L. J. CHANS of Cieurfiuld. or
conveyed to the said J. Peter Rider in his
time by John Keating, by Deed dnted 20th July,)
A. D., 1811, duly recorded in Deed Rook IL,
' rage 452. Also a
rues 4.12. Also a certain lot or around si uute in
Covington township in snid County, adjoining
,be Turnpike Koad on the north, land of treder -
ink Schnarrs on the cast, aud lands of John Yo -
, thers on the South and W est. containing one
nere. beiiior the tn, no niece uf and bought bv tie
" . . ,."..,.t. ,
BHIUVUfclU A. J -'"
agrocimiit from John others. Also, a certain
lot of ground situated in the said township of
River between other land ot Jehu P. Rider onj
Lormn, thence 1 1 Oft. up the River thence b ck to
the Mountain liOft. thonce along tho Mountain
E. 1 1 Oft. to Lormo's line, thenco down said line
120ft. to the plnca of beginning, being the same
lot of groupd bought by ihe said J. P. Rider in
bis lifetime by article of agreement from J. W. ;
R'der. No partition or valuation of the uforo-
quest to uiaka partition 01 the premises u'oreiuid
to and ameng the repreneataUvesf th said in-
testate In such manner and in sueb proportions as
I' il! ll.
( 'iirwcnvili,', '
KlirtllltUH', ; .
. Kiio. ;
Lawrc'u'co, ' ''
IjiimVo ci.tr, .
1'on ti, - '
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nt'i.Hopullicrtns in Italics
Citpt. I'littcrson's Com p.
('apt. McKiernaii's ('oinp.
('apt. Traey's Coin),
by the laws i f this Commonweiiltli i directed, if
such partition can be made without prejudice to
ur spoiling tho whole; but if such p tritium o.m
uot bo in idu thoroof, then to value uod upjirai.-ie
the name and to make nturn of ihe proc iedtn'
according lo law, 4c. A nd horeupou tbisui-l
Ceurl on duo proof and uoiiideiulion of the
preaiises awardec, an Inquest fur tho purpose
aforesaid, notice tube iriveu to the heirs residing
out of ll.e County by publication in in ono news-
paper puldi.-hed in the' County of Cluaiiiold lor
four coiiMicutivo weeks, and a copy thereof mail
ed to tho Post Office addreiis.
tlfrrnrc oiHimnnt you that, taking with
voul2iroud an I luwiul men of your bniliwiuk,
jou go lo und upon the j rciuisus uforetaid and j
thoie,i,i tho presenee of too parlies aforesaid, by
you to bo wnrnedif upon being warned they will I
be pri sunt; and having re?peci to l&o true vaiuit
tion thereof, and upon the oatlis and ulHnuatioua
of the said 12 good and lawful moil, y.u make
partition to and among thebonn und legal repro-
sunlativcs of the said intestate, iu sucii manner
and iu such proportions ns by the laws of lute
Comtuormoalih is directed, it the same can be o
purled and di ided without prejudice to or spoil
ing tho wliolu. An i il'bii' li purutioii ciinuol bo
iniido there.. I w ithout piejudiee lo or spoiling the
whoK Hint then you cause the said inqi.'St to in
jiiire and iii-eertuin wliether the same will con
veniently accommodate in re tnati one oi the said
rcptvtciiliitivos of the said mlestaui, without
prejudice to or spoiling the whuie : and if m, how
uiuiiy it will us alorvMud nccouiu.odate, descri
bing each part by metes a-:d bounds aud return
inK a just vuluution of the sauie. Rut if the said
Inquest, by you to be tuinnuinud as aforesaid to
make the said partition or vuluation. .Shall be uf
pinion that ill u premises ufor . said, with the Ap
purtenances caiiuot be so parted nnd civided us
to accoin mo, I. no inure than one of liie suid repre
sentalives ol tiio snid intestine, that then yuu
cause the iiniue.it to value tho whoiu uf the said
real estate, with tho Apivrtaiiunees, having rea
ped to the true valualioii thereid ugrei'ly to luw.
And thut the partition or valuation so made you
dis'inetiy uiulpouly have before our suid Ju'lges
at Cle.irhcl'l at an Orphans' Court there lo be
held on the regular day of de.iicns thereof ullor
ueh Inquest shall be made under your band and
teAi auj under the hands und ecus of fliore by
whore ouths or aliirnintioiis jou hhall umke such
partition or valuation. And have you then aud
there this writ.
W itness, Samuel Linn, Lei., President of our
taid Court at Clearfield aloresuid, the 1 nth day of
October, A. D., 1MI1. JAilliS WRKJl.RV,
Clerk of O. C.
NOTICE IS IIEPEBY (I1VLX to the above
parties, that by virtue of the ubo' 0 mentioned
writ of pa'titioii, un inquest will bo held und ta
ken upon the prcinUes therein described 011 the
27ih day of XoVeuibcr, A, P., 'Mil, M 1 "'elk,
A. Al., for tho purpose of making partition al
valuation and appraisement of the taid real cs
tato, 11s in the enid writ required, at which time
and plueo said parlies can attend, if they think
F. C. MILLER, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Clearfield. Oct. 2:t, 161. It.
)11 I It 11 " " ill. I I m Olieo
J is hereby given that letters of Administra
tion have been granted to tho unders'gned on
tho c.tnto of JACOB ROUIXS, Utu of lieccann
d. All rersons indebted to said
Cj)llt nr0 M,lUe5h:d to ake payment without da-
lav, a"d those htivinjt clliinis against in same
will presnt them duly uiiihenticutml for settle
mont to sir Attorney, L. J. CHANS, of Clearfield
r SMiiiKW SHOl'F. of Oulich township.
1 n dj-.i r.t Adiu'r.
A.MUtiiiv o. .Moottr. oi renn ,p.,
Oct. IL 18M. fit,
iiiasoiuiiun 01 rsnuersu u.
' rn,IK partnership heretofore existing between
1 I tho ,inf,,,igned in lh? Itlaeksmithing bui-
I t i,uihcrshure, was dissolved bv mutual
,., on the l:uh' intant. The .cco,.ts duo
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ncury n.ii - " .'...-'i. -....
I ,rt W lOm T'ttVlllC
tion, to whom
pn vine nt is to be made without
HENRY II A XT..
Liithorsburg, Sept. 24, 1861. It
T." I). THOMPSON,
-m iaclniltll. Wsgrus, Buggies, Ac, Ao., ironed
(,a ,hrt n th e, acid the very boststyle, nt bis
. tanj pie borough of Cunensville.
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CLLAIIKILLO COUNTY, PA.
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Great Inducements to Purchasers
H. W. SMITH & GO'S.
ONE PRICE. CASH .STORE,
Smith s Corner, cclow Judge Leonard s.
Q V EE XS TIM R E
ST WVite Ornnitn Plate.'.
" ' Soups.
" " Daknrs
" " Tea Set's.
C 1 flee Setts.
" " ' Cups Prti.
" " Ii'uuded Cup SctU.
TpKST Pearl White Tea Setts.
It " " " L'wer nnd Basin.
" Purnsian Tea Setts.
" " Ct,p Sells,
" C'omnon Tcss. Common Teas.
Ooj Superior Lustre fipri Tea Sett.
Creams, Pies, Soups, by the half d jten.
C, C. Nappies, C. C. ri'iwls
Mass Preserves, Glass Suits,.
C Flu e Tumblers
PI 111 do.
Also, Teas, Cullers, do., As.
nnd all ar'icles usually kepi in a country store,
w ill bo kept here, as also many uot usually kept,
bnt much needvd. at cnatlv reduced rrices
And we feel confident that alUlm will make!
. , ,
trial purchase, will find it to their ndvantago to ,
continue as customers.
Superior article Sweeping Brushes.
Largo sVt W niters "most convenient article
Flar.tn Improved Coffee Spice Mill,
Bed Cording, Drum Cording.
W!l Paper, Wiudow Shading
Dandeanorin Coffee, Dandnnnncia Coflto.
Mackerel by barrel or pound.
Varied assortment of
Starch, bv box or pound
Knives ani' Forks
Steel Pens iO ctspor gross,
etc., etc., cto.
Toilet and Promenade Priuts of llio must fusli
iouuble stylo and color. The now much wom
uial.'ri;.l of Colored Alpaca.
Now i: tho time to buy an extraordinary cheap
dress for iu.U season, as wo will close out our
stock of I .awns. Organdies, nreges. Poplins,
Cnrpe do Paris, Baboiines, and ull Summer goojs
at fabulously low prices, lo inuko room fnr our
Fall it Winter stock, which we will joon be able
to offer to our customers, and tlie public general
ly, at the Cosh Storo of
H. W. SMITH A CO.
Also, a limited amount of County Orders want
ed in exchange for goods.
JI-.W ARItlV tl u-. 1 1.. 1
an I nro sellinrr Verv low. 11 Wru-e iloH ,,,.
plete stock of Holi anJ (jhoo vij .
Mens best Kip Hoot
Hoys best Kip Boot,
ileus best i'ulf D ,i.
in.ys best ('all noot.
Cliibls H.st Kij B0)(
Mo,,, best Culf M,,i,roc;
Hoys best e'nlf Monro,.,,
Youth's best Calf Monroes.
. 1 '"''Is best (Joat p.,,,,.,,
Ch.lds best Welt Pumps
Childsbest Button Pump,
Childs best French M iroco heel.
Woman." Mor. Jefferson heel,
Womuns Coat Jelftiaon llio 1.
Wo:nnns Kid Slipncrs.
Womuns Sup. Velvet bound gaiters.
Womnne extra fine lisiiin; g iilcrs
Wotnaus sui. etr:i he ivv moro'-eos.
H. W. SMITH rf- Co.
- - f husine from 7 A JI .lt 8 p. M.
TUIIvl N(ji TIMf'S IN I'll I LA DHL
111 A! ''munition K.rr.itevttnt nmo'17 th
,U,rl,!!rXClTING FOOT H A f K between
the Pliiiadolphin l'"liie and the nomrious Tor
ger ord countoi fi'ltor. J11 nes Buchanan Cross ! ! 1
Crosn Recaptured!!!! Il seems to be the genor.
al opmion in Clearfield, thnt if Cross laid worn a
pair of Frank Short's Frncli-ralf Roots, that ha
would not be taten yet. However, Fhoity it
not much put out at misHin; his custom ; bus
would uiiiiounci) to all llrt.-'k-inriit,;, '"117n,
l.iiirnh, unit licit men, nnd women nnd children
in Clearfield, and Mnuomithoning in partii-ular,
j that he is prepared to furnish thetn with Roots,
Shoe? and (laiters of nny stylo or pattern, sti'.ch-
ed, sewed or pefrjred, (and as bo is u short W
I low ) on ebort notice.
j Ail kinds of country produce taken lu ex,
! change, nr.d cash not r fusnd. Rnpnirinj; d ino
j in the neatest manner and charge moderate, at
1 the Short Shoe shop on Second Street, opposite
1 Reed, Weaver k Co'sstore, FRANK SHOUT,
i X. B, Findings for sale Sept. 2(1, lfflQi
i: W DRUG STORE
The subscribers nave opened a full nnd 00m-
! pleto assortment of DRI! IIS iu tho new brick
, b.iildingof Dr. Wood", on the corner of Leeiist
'and Cherry u'root, in the li.rongh ef Ci infield,
j where they will hi happy to accommodate sriy
! person w ho may desire articles in their line. The
,' bu-.iness will bo confined strictly lo a
Ihnig and Prescription Puoinrss,
And no pnius wili bespurcd to render satisfaction.
Dr. M. Woops. the junior partner, may always
hi) found and consulted in the " Dri g Store,',
when not ahsent on professional business. A
sepai'ite room for consultation is ntiaebod to the
st'ii e, w here patients inny he examined privately.
Erery urtjcle usually found in such nn estab
lishment will bekepton hand, and sold at greatly
red ;oed prices.
Tkrsis beiso STnicn.r Cash, will enobla them
I to odor inducements in tho wnv of prices
Physicians will be supplied at a small per
centage over cost and cnrriags, nnd their orders
nr 6.,i(.it,, Every Uiclo sold will bp pure and
or the bust quality.
I fobC-tf WOODS A BARRETT.
Justice of the Peace.
For PiTATia Township,
will promptly attend to ell business entrusted to
bis cure. P. O. Address, rhilipeburg Pa,
Auf. 21st 1 SCI
irpSIli CI.13ARFIEM) ACADHMV will
I 1 be opened for tho rcecptio.: of pupils (wales
lan.l feinules) on J'onday Sept. 2d, lfCl,
Turns ptr tisesfciun of I'lcvcn Wecksl
Orth 'grapby, Rending. Writing, Primary
I Aiithiiieiie and (ieornphy,
! Higher Arithiuvl'c, English Orammar,
j tjeogrnphy and Hi-'ory,
1 Algebra, (l.'ouietry. Natural rhiljsopuv,
und lio.,1: KeeiHnp,
Latin and (ireek Liintrnacrnj,
To midents de. irom of acquiring a thorough
English Eiiticatioii, unj who wish t) qui,l fy
themselves lor Teaelers, this Institution offers
j Xo pupil reui ived for loss than half x session,
lard no deduction n.ado except for protract'!
Tuition to be paid nt tho eloe of tLe term.
C, P. FAXDFORD, J'rvichml,
Clearfield, A,:g. 7, I rtt 1 . 1 v.
D. J. W. F0TT2I1.
Ilixlcian and sturgeon, hns permanently
located at Lcc mtes Mills, (iinird township, of
fers his proi'os'i.iiial services to the surroiindiug
community. May 8, 1S6I.
uF- ' r. -'V:
':?CW'rftT t-ii"" I'roperaitmtion to
-X -Y'HiJ, tie teeth in proper
Xc -Vtr" wi" l" "f !
in point of health,
ooinfort, and convaiienco.
UK III kl. :;:. t'.Tay Is found al bis rf.
Ccs, ou tho corner uf Front and Main streets,
wheii co mitice to the contrary appears iu this
AU open. tiers is t'-t "ne of bis irofession
performed ,11 tiio In'es. and most improved
styles, nnd anarantecd for ono year against all
( .l,"rU. All person, arc lierehy c.;iit,on
J ed 11 g liust trailing or pnyin; either ,
fjl! owini; prni,;s iry 11 t j a I bearing d.t'n ;Lo
1K,I. day "f Jiiiiii.iiy, A. I. ih , gieaa I y me to
d. J. Yons. Three rallirz for 0,10 lnindrod dol.
lars ce'li, and ono for se. n:,v-;m duluirs. As
I am il. tennine 1 t i 11 it pay eitlier of the, a un
less c .impolio'l by law ns I have re- nired no val
no frr the same. HENRY ZILLlO X, Jr
Brady lp., OcU 9, led. lit. pd.