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Address of the Whig State Committee
The State Committee appointed by the Whig
Convention at Harrisburg, deem it their duty
to state to their fellow citizens of Pennsylva
nia the principles involved in the approaching
contest, and by which it will, in their opinion,
be mainly decided. They mean to speak earn
estly and explicitly, and very few words are
needed to define their views. Never, in the
history , of Pennaylvan* was there a clearer
wad ettimer line drteaft---never a more distinct
definition or principlia Questions of moral
and social responsibility, of infinite moment
to us and our posterity, have arisen, and the
opponents of the National and State Adminis
trations in Pennsylvania are united on the com
mon ground of resolute opposition to section
al strife, encouraged and stimulated as it has
been by the policy and conduct of the Admin
istration at Washington, in the ittterferance of
the Government in controlling the legislation
of Congress to this end, and to the further ex
tension of the institution of domestic slavery
in the territorial domain of the nation.
On these national questions, the Whig can
didates appeal to the people of Pennsylvania
with confidence. Their opinions are those
which Pennsylvania asserted in ancient times,
and which still are in the hearts of her people.
Those opinions have never been offensively'
expressed. Had the public mind been allow
ed to enjoy the repose which, less than two
years age, existed throughout the land, or had
a spirit of forbearance been manifested by
Thom who have the most reason to invoke it,
the contest which now agitates the country
would have been averted. The passage of the
Nebraska bill by Congress at the instance of
the Administration, and through its undisguis
ed influence, and the repeal in express terms
of an ancient statute, plighting the nation's
word of honor that the Western territory was
to he forever exempt from slavery and the do
mestic slave trade, compell the Whig party of
the North, and especially the Whig party of
Pennsylvania, to break the silence they might
otherwise have kept, and to speak out again,
in language not to he misunderstood, their an
cient and fixed opinions.
To the dootrines of the act of 1780, which
relieved us by constitutional means from a
grevieus social evil—to the great ordinance
of 1 in Its full scope and all its bet t itie e ht
principles—to a resolute determination to ef
fect the absolute and entire repeal of the ag
gressive portions of the Nebraska hill—to the
protection of the personal rights of every hu
man being under the Constitution of Pennsyl
vania, and the Constitution of the United
States by maintaining inviolate the trial by ju
ry and the writ of habeas corpus—to the
sertion of the due rights of the States, of thr
North as well as of the South, and to the integ
rity of the Union, neves,,so much endangered
as when a wanton wrong is inflicted—to these
principles the Whig party of Pennsylvania and
its candidates are solemnly pledged. On this
strong ground they are content to stand, and
and to the support of these principles we in
vite the cooperation of every freeman in Penn
The Congress of the United States, sofn
about to disperse, and the adMinistration of
the general government have, in the passage
of the. Nebraska bill, (the only measure of the
present session,) and in their criminal neglect
of the great interests of the nation, and espe
cially of Pennsylvania, made this single issue,
arid on It, till the will of the people shall de
cide it, we are content to meet them. It is
not an issue that we have made. It is forced
upon Atit, and we meet it calmly and resolutely.
We arraign the National Administration
aided and abetted by the present State -Exec's
five---for in opinion and action they are iden
tified—before the people of Pennsylvania.—
W bold-them responsible for the revival of
sectionalsetation. They have, by the abro.
&ion of the Missouri line, by which, north
of a certain parallel of latitude, slavery was
Cozener proldblted, aroused - a spirit of resist
ance to aggressive which Runty be- dittleuk tci
appease.. They have done this wantonly, and
on them.teats the responsibility. We urge
upon our friendethroughout the State, in eve
ry esewitY and township, to organize, and,
waiving all reitm differences, to elect such a
legislature and representation in congresses
will give a decisive rebuke to those who have
anew involved us ih agitation.
Slsertdd - such a repasentailow be secured, and
Jamie Pollock be elected, (aa we doubt not he
will bey) to the Chief Magistracy of iltellitate;
we may kroir forward to the time when Perin
eYwnele, her n4eroste andaherished econSmi
-44 pedlar ? will ban° longer saeridead, or per .
Posed, or uncle dependeat on the aspirations
or viten idien to her inAiWidandOvelings when
Ake impromattat <,t , s nerrigableskenws and
ik t ikeeds' of her harbors and protection other
beetustrial reseittlirpalt be no 'envy deeded,
*lid when, ati4ii 4 4ernote per*, the art,
prinistration of the gentled government will
of Pevhsylvaula will be called upon to decide
a question of vast moral influence and inter
est. On that question, affecting every h o m e
and fireside, the Committee are not now called
on to say more than it, too, has been forced on
the people by, the abuse and prostitution of
existing laws and systems by which for years
revenue has been derived from crime and mis
ery, from the tears of tae a ives and children
of' the land, and the desolation of the homes
of industry—and by a progress of demorali
zation whir h has at last startled the public
mind, and aroused it to the necessity of ex
treme remedies. Laws, paliativ,?. at least of
this evil and designed to stay this progress of
crime, are at this moment it the hands of the
Exeeutive and will not receive his approval.—
The question Is now finally before the people,
and the Whig candidate for governor has
frankly said that to their decision, through
their representativ e s, he will gladly give ef
To one other matter only do the Committee
think it right to allude, especially in its rela
tion to the approaching election for members
of the Legislature. It is one of vast interest
as connected with the moral and intellectual
training of the children of the land—those
who, when this generation of men shall have
passed away, will succeed to public and social
duties. The integrity of the Common School
Fund is supposed to be in danger. That fund
which. is the aggregate of the contributions
of all the citizens, and which by its aggrega
tion effects its chief good, is threatened by
attempts, under plausible pretexts to divide
and apportion it. It is the COMMON Scnoot.
FUND. So let it always be, and representing,
as we do, that party in the Commonwealth
which never has had sympathy with such de
signs, and has never countenanced them, we
warn the voters of the State of the danger
which is impending, and call then to a united
and resolute eff‘ort to avert it,
In conclusion, the Committee urge upon
their fellow citizens, who unite with them in
these great questions of public policy, to or
ganize and act with system and energy in ev
ery township of the State. Against us are ar
rayed the power and patronage of the two Ad
ministrations, directed to one of its deitart
ments, that of the Post Office, by individuals
Mruiliar with the subtleties of and
little scrupulous in their use. But power anti
patronage never yet have prevailed over the
honest sentiments of the people of Pennsyl
vania, and warning our friends of dangers,
and of the necessity of exertion, we look for
ward to the result ith sure confidence,
A. G C
. URTIN. Chatrinrr
JO UN IT. DILIIL, St'ert:tar.
Signs of Good Breeding
Let your universal motto be —pitch into it."
Never wait fur your fellow boarders, but
"pitch into" the dinner, for remember "the
oarl, lard catches the grub."
Keep on pitching into--the dinner. as if you
had just arrived from a lialf-wrecked ship. and
6.4.1 i on half allowance of —pint" and water
for -• , •veral wee is«
Surround yourself with all your favorite
dishes—so that in case of etnergeney you can
easily pitch into them,
Maintain the duty of every one taking care
of number one—and practice what you preach.
Show your independence by wiping your
mouth with the table cloth and your appi,
elation of comfort by pitching your feet into
your opposite neighbor's lap.
If any one urges a slight objection to our
little ways, always pitch into hint by trrg
that this is a free country.
Lastly, pitch into every thing— no] do 't
object if some time or other some one should
pitch into yon.
What did you come here aftcr r' inquired
Miss Susan Nipper of a bachelor friend wh,,
made her aWI when the rest of the people
were gone out.
I came to borrow some matches," he
t , Matches that's a likely story. Why
don't you make a match t I know what you
came for," exclaimed the delighted Miss, as
she crowded.`;ie old bachelor into a corner,
you came to kiss and hug me almost to death,
but you than't without you are the strongest,
ti everybody knows you are."
InrSnoobledyke lives in the country, and
recently COMaleiteed going to singing school.
He heard the teacher rimy something about
"two beats in a measure," when he eagerly
remarked, ‘, if he means a haat peek:mossure,
the beets must be a darned sight bigger than
the ones we mane, for it takes half-a-dozen of
them to make v. measure P'
t, Grana t a, what% be the laat eardplay
44 Vat anre I don't know, what dear!"
4 , why when the angel Gabriel plays the.
/AO erst mr.
I See that One and go Five Better
0-, being in the west, and short of
cash, could not tell where to get the necessa
ry Wilmot proviso for internal improvements
but, finding a widow who had shot one hus
band, and wounded several other , . be >nt-1(1-
dud to marry her, so zzs to gL a boarding
Shortly after the yello't gar' and s of hymen
were faded, D came in one night slight
ly muggy, as the Choctaw poets ex - press it, and
found his new spouse awaiting his arrival,
She pitched into D. like a thousand of brick.
and spread herself like a fan-tail pigeon, draw
ing a single barrel I istol upon I),_ who, in
stead of travelling, pulled out a revoker. and
remarked as gently as the sight of an iEolian
s. Mrs. I)., I see that t a i. , (hk) and go five
Jones, — sold a gentleman one day
Lst sanni:rt, when railroad accidents were so
numerous, to a lady whose husband WAS a
k,4llan, -.Mrs Jones, do you notl , •1 wor
rit.,l about Mr. Jones while he is on the ears in
, t 1 ilk. many accidents that are now daily
—No, not at all," replied the contented lAy.
"fur if he is killed, I know I shall be paid for
it, because Mr. Williams got forty dollars for
his cow that was run over by the cars a few
PUNCII o BOSNETS.—The last Drumiwr
Punch contains a pictorial guess at the (US-
T ee ai which ladies' bonnets will be wurn
&tau their heads at the next remove. The
tendency has been further and still further
rearward, and the next change, Punch thinks,
will carry them uif the head entirely
represents the next fatihbmik y" ting
dit••• fun dress and bare headed. sail:ng
along the street, IA it h f4mttnan walking s. , nte
ten feet behind, carryi.,ig the bonnets Om ,-
:',77.--Pey dose 'say. that way (low n m II eor
gia, they Makes nigga work 25 hours ebbry
day. N look 'e hca. l'se 'been that a
day hz,.-'nt. g•.os. no more nor hour:s, and I
wants 411, Mr. Johnsing. to slimily to 4i,.;
chile, how dey make 'em work 2.5 hours."
“Golly mighty, what G v•&tmm#S4 nigga
you is, Scipio; why way d. a, ftere, th .y make
poor Diyint get up onc hot,' c day doesn't
that make up 251" Scipi , • .011' .
'""Don't trifle ith the ntl't ‘ls tai" oaan;r
ladies. They .are institntions that never were
establklied 14a- any such purpose. If you don't
contemplate niarriage certificates and the par
son, French hedstcatk, a live hundred dollar
holf4e rent, and a prospective home for the
old folks,, just take your hat and leave. You've
no more right to go on trilling with confiding
calk., than a hollyhock has to pass itself ow
for a rose.
An absent minded editor hating court
ed a Rid and applied to her father, the old znan
Well, you Want my daughter— hat sort
tft` a settlement will you mak. What AN
you give her."
Give her," replied the nib( r, Ivu iz tip
aealltly, O. I'll her a putt:"
Take her," replied the father.
,€ Bring me the
I want to see if these bed hugs put down
their names first for this firth, if not I want
'c•in turned out."
‘c Father what does a printer lire 44/
" Why, child
Because you said you hadn't paid hint for
throe years, and still your take the paper."
" Polly, spank - that child."
A azw Yer drultk again, hey t"
"No, my love (hiccup) not drunk, but slip
pery (hiccup.) The fact is, my dear, some
body has been rubbing the bottom of my boots
(hiccup) till they axe as smooth as a pane of
Tr A. western editor says—'not much edi
torial this week—can't help it boun
cing big boy in this aba.nty—only happens nnee
a year, as we are trying to quit P 2
trr'Sut—There ig a, young itidy up tows A t°
says that if a eart,wheel has nine, fellows, WS
A pity that a woman like her enn't hare one.
Sensible girl that.
Yin:Wry er" writing to her friends,
ma of a polka, that the dancing does net a
mount to much, but the hugging is heavenly.
I lON I D S. PLOT NER--- WCII id inform the
111— , travelling public. that he has opened a Tem
perance Hotel, in New Wt.ishington, Clearfield Co,
Penna. No pains will be spared to make all com
fortable who make his house theirteraporary home.
Good stabling, and every other convettiene fur
keeping horses. [July 15, .1?..L54,
1 4 1RESH
Ru W, would inform, pablie, that thoy
wilt have fresh Lef , f9r 41.•. every Tuesday
and Saturday morning at .."; clock at the Market
House. Cleartield:Pa. [July 15. ISA.
Tlll, I SNOL TION OF P ART N E RNLI P
A' The partnership heretofore existing between
C. P.tieur.7,6 41k. JOBIV Stit AN, under the iit„), le and
film of Patehin 4k, swan, was this day dissolved by
mutual consent, and the books are left for collec
tion in the hands of tz. C. Patchin. Thol,c persons
knowing themselves indebted to the firm will call
immediately and settle up. or they will have the
pleasure of paying
Glyn Hope. July 5, lz-t;i4..
nEruFf"S SALE,---By %irtne of sundry
writs of Fiera FneiaS ipeued out of the Court of
Common Pleas of Clearfield county, and to me di
rected. will ho exposed to Public Sale, ut the Court
House in Clearfield Borough, on tiaturdey the 22d
day of July la's 4, at 2 o'clock. P. M., the following
described Real Estate, to wit:
Lot No. 15 iu the borough of Curwcnsville with
a dwelling , house, store house, stable and other out
houses ereeted thereon, bounded by lot late the es
tate of John Scot on the West. Stephen tlralf on
the East and the Erie Turnpike on the North. Al
so 7b aeres, more or less, of Timber Land. in Burn
side township, Clearfield eounty, bounded by lands
of Jonathan Snyder, Kitchen and others. Seized
and taken in extvation.and to be sold as the prop
erty of Isaac Smith. WILLIAM POWELL,
fuiy 5, 1 7i Sheriff.
15 ANIEL BENNER, Cabinet maker, Shop
same a formerly occupied. by David :,:• - acket.s.
Clearfield, Pa.. keeps constantly on hand at his
Furniture Ware-moats, and manufactures to order
it City prices,altkinds ol Cabinet warciliningand
Pier tables, Dressing cases, Cupboards. Beilteads,
Wash Stands, Spring bottomed Chairs, So fa,i, Safe, s .
Bureaus, Marble Topped flier i tom& e
Coffins mink. and funerals attended on sue Short
June 27, 1854.—1 y.
QPLENDID NEW STORE.---11.
R $i hire just returned from the city with an
entire new stock of (louts, which they otter for safe
on the very lowest terms, at the old stand lately
occupied by A. M. Hills. West end of the Mansion
House, Clearfield. Pa. Their stock of goods has
been selected with great care. and a better or
cheaper assortment was never brought into Clear
They de y all competition, and invite the pub
lie to call and examine their ;Moth. Every
eh: is entirely new, and a cheap. if not eh
than can be purehtoed ekewhere.
111 %liN OT I CE.---1V e the sub m .ritt e ni i ti ts !t pl
,Iq T riontio n t ,, the nest Legislature
of the Cou t r w , L wealth of I'4.nn:;ylcania for an Act
of A:4setably tct ineurpuratt at Banking Company.
with Ranking and priviloges, to he
(ta,lied the -Clearilel l',auk - and located at the
Borough of Clearfield_ with a capital of Otte hula.
ilred thousand dollars.
A. K. Wuttarr, J.vues T. LcusAnii,
‘m t, tin AMAM ,
3e,IN &THA Iii9YSTON'.
J. F. WISAVER. J W. -sLmi.rir.
June 27. —6lll.
I AD! ES AND GEITEr.MEN-1 believe
X.l it :( • 2 maxim that people should purchase
goods Ahe vcr they please. But they should not
buy too hastily, before they ascertain where they
can be beet suited. I would most respectfully in
vite all (Ladies in particular) to call at R.tiLENAN S
Store and examine his splendid alsortment of good
that cannot he excelled in this section- of country
for cub: A t•Nuss, durability or style. They consist
of Gentlemen's Boots of all descriptions and pri
ces, Ladies and Gentletneus gaiters of the latest
style. Boys and Girls boors. shoes and gaiters-
Children of all ages can be accommodated.
I AMES BIDDLE (401tDON—Attorney at Law,
*7 has removed his office to the room adjoining in
the East, the Drug Store of Dr. H. Lorain., and will
devote his whole attention to the practice of his
profeavion. Ile may he consulted in F"-trii. and
Grrman. [Juno 13.
TIEREOE DELAINLS —A superior article of
JI.JI Ilerege Delaines in dress patterns. at 2 cents
per yard, never sold in this. eounty before for tem
than 50 cents. at MOSSOP POTTA REVS.
Jane 13, '54
"UV A. WA LI.ACE, ATTORNEY AT LAIV.
V V office nearly opposite the Court Haus , .
Clearfield Pa., will atterai faithfully tt all busine,-
entrusted to his care.
June 17, 1554.-1 y
V. LAKlMER—Attorney and Cannne,lb,r
Law. Ofllea with John L. enttle. Esq.. 1:t-nt
door to Dr. IL Lorrain's Drag •&ore. Cleartioid,
Pa. • [May .;26,'64-13,-
IaTE ALL TAKE 110BENSACK.—Ilottenanek's
V V Worm Syrup,rid Liver Pills. for safe by
Jana I:7, '54. MOSSOP POTTARFF.
/ill Sacks fait, just reeved et the Chem
k.A.5 More of MOSSOP & PUTTARFF.
June 14, '14..
CILIUM it lIESSEIt. No. IS Mouth 4th Street
k../ Philadelphia, extensive dealers in Busks and
Stationary. [Jung 15, 1854-Iy.
TIRY BEEF, of the best quality just received
.111.." and for sale at W.e. F. lewts's Cheap Store.
June 14, 'M.
TONE WARE, of every variety cheap for . Bash
at the Store of w. r. IRS lii.
100 treis Flak for sale et t w ho v Chea
n s o re,.
June 14, '54.
rillat.---The ►und4ins . igned , .' -, reetfimuidad
J. will keep for sale, at ttia a -*a third Arai*,
. G. ',. , fi it
a superto . r artiele of tar. ' t ota, •
Clearfield. July 5 ISM
cheapest and most splendid assortment of (3 00 ,1,:,
ever displayed before this community. and exactly
adapted to their WWI y and various nmess:itics.
}very variety of Hats, Caps, Bonnets_ Boots.
Shoes ' Cloths, eassimeres, and all other kinds of
dry-goads, that arc unapproachable by any other
artietti,.e, either iu beauty of style, quality
Aleo an ezeellent sakartment of Groceries. Hard
ware, Storm and gueenewartt„ with fancy articles
e 241 iii Ji i t 1(911.
defter trr , ro petition. H ad invites ail per Ams to
give him &eel at the '-1.11,1 Gooacr,' which has tru
ly become the . I.lll7._arr' of Clearfield.
Every attontion will be shown to customers and
visitors. anti no pains will be spared"to send all
smiling away, loaded with his beautiful and valua
ble goods, neVer surpa ss ed in Clearfield.
Clearfield, June 15, 1554,-Iy.
NEW tilY)Dli AT t•f4E CASH IiTOWE,The
subscriber hat= just reeived a large and welt
selected st,wk of GOODS (*f almost every dcivrip
tion suitablo to the season, which he is :4elling 'Yff
at extremely low prices, lie respectfully invites
the attention all who wish to buy good vi'o.Mis at.
the lowest prices, to call at the sign of the "Cheap
Country produce. of almolgt every discriptiou ta
ken at market prices in exchange for goods.
Persons wishing to purchalw and receive a fsir
univalent for their money, will do well to give
un a call.
Remember the sign of the CHEAPEST GOODS,
on hark©t street‘ e•nd eail and be cm:trine-PA that
therv- is truth in the word thereon inscribed.
June 11. 1.7 A. WM. F. IRWIN.
HOTEL.—„The subscriber would
inform hil:friends and the public
that he still remains at the old stand, where he is
at all times ready and willing to "entertain stran
gers- and travellers." Ilis bar stocked with the
bestliquora and his table will always be supplied I
with the luxnries of the market.
Thankful for past favors, he I i fu: !Ler
share of public patronage.
Clearfield, June 1:), 15.4-Iy.
131 R. WELCH; Silversmith
anal Jeweler, next doer to 1111 D
the PozA Office. Clearfield, Pa.
Watches cleaned and repaired --
and good waiclie,i warranted for the If pa.c.v of one
year. jewelry. AevoMeans and other inv,:ical
atrunaents repaired on the shortest notice- and tiast:
reasonahie terms- }June
4.ND BU GGIES FOR
R E.—JAMES:" CROWTHER--
would inform hi friends owl the public
generally, that he keeps for hire horses'
buggies, ea rr g 01) the. roost reasonable
terms ; at his Licery Stable in Curwensville.
Inquire at the , litee . —Flettitning's Hotel.
June 15th, i • !
VW A. FRANK.,—FaAionable Taitor.
14510 r," below the Mansion
lion AP. will be happy to render his 'services
to all the wishing elothes made in the la
.4tyle. and tnoz.t durable manner,
cli z.rtidd. I.‘
CARTElt—header in stoves. bar-iron
1.4. nails. at •itstitags of ft!! kinds. Also plows. ing his Store, tlearfitild. Pa. Artifi•
and other agr: •litural roeiisils. )n Street, ial Teeth. from one to *full set. moon
nr,kr the Ile' !State 15, '54-Iy. 7 ; •wt approccil modern style.
:•..ing, and Cleaning done with Me
H 117,1,E 04 Nt"Boi.: 'mil Dar unts•rs.
greet, Notali side betty cart i with all the care and dispatch
n :h, hplelphia. •ati furnish.
I t 'tte-nt Surgical DR, always be found at his, office,
iti;4•i•sl Glassware, Window - 4 ;14. 4 .4 h _ • • ti whole attentii4ll4 his
pr , ,fe,s, IJ PAO 14,754-
31.111. N IiAItRIS. M.
JO I IN' NI. II
AL;, • iNIMERCIAL HOTEL, No. 18., South
B. B. OR'IIISON SiXth St. Philadelphia. The subseriber has
reeently enlarged aud fitted up his home, and is
now enabled to compete euo.telisfully, with any es
tablishment in the City. His rooms are comfort
able and well rentilisted, Sad his table famished
with the hest in the market. lie respectfully soli
cits the large circle of his Clearfield friends ere
him a call when they visit the city.
JACOB G. LEBO,
X th •
• Lite:, • I:
Paint- t i!,
CR ARLES WIN( ATE. Dealer in Bonnet.g.
Shoes. Boots, and Palm Leaf Hats- No. IS.
North Fourth Street. Philadelphia, Second Store
below Cannterce Street. [June 15. 1954—1;.
VIPEIDLEMAN lIATIVARD—WhoIeseIe tIro
_LP cen:. Tt,a Dealers. and commi.sf.ion Merchants
—No '273. Market Street. Philadelphia_
P BEIDE _LM AN.
ATLI, LI AM. S. itAxsru, & S)N. Ma u Ise -
V turers and. Importers of Saddlery, and Saki
illery Hardware, No. 28 Market Street. Bliiladel
phia. Saddles. Itridle. Ilarness, Trunks, Whips,
Saddle Bags, Bridle Filling, Bits, Stirrups. Buckles,
Carpet Bags. ect. 'June 15. '54-Iy.
FOR Al, -three Lots of Ground, No. 24,
0 5 and 9 4 In the Mo..qop plan. in the borough
of Clearfield. all enclosed. For terms, apply to
WM_ 31. REEDY..
Camel:sellle, June 27, 1254
CO—Etensive Dry-goods Deltlers, No
167, Market St., Philadelphia, keep constant
ihr___N EORGE W. V O LLADAY, Conveyaneet
ly on hand a large, splendid. and cheap steek . of
/.3 1 1 and Land Agent, No. 3. 00M:with's *elk
the most fashienable anti elegant goods. They tn-
Philadelphia, will faithfully attend to alt belinele
rite country Merchants to call and examine their
splendid amattment, before purchasingentrusted to his eare,
elsenhcre. June. tt. u - 04.
Juno la. 1554--i .__...—.....,_.,.. ,„_. ______... ____
CIA LEP; COPE .t CO. No. Js3. Market Bt..
delphia. Dealers in Linens, White Cieetle,
Fronch. Eriglieh a)-141 Gerulan 4ilk (nobs, La
e,* ti" lovers. tolling Clothls, kr, [June 15, '.5,;•.-I,Y.
T. LANE 4: CO —Whulontilk Clothing Store.
• No,. 171. Market Street. Every variety of
readyinade Clothing, in the tnest fashionable styles,
constantly on hand. [June 15, 's4ly.
Ts AAC M. ASTI TON . —Hat %tore. No. 172
IL Market St., Philadelphia. Hata, Cara, Fern.
Au, of every variety : aid the be quality alwar.
W ALTON.---Hard ware Store, Nu
NJ 255 Markot, Street. Philsidelphiv. Hardware
Iron. Nails, .te . . of every description.
June. 15, 1£3.4 4y.
iIIEORUE J. WEAVER A CO., No. 19 North Ws! ,
ILA Le r Street., Philadeiplm.p,. Denlens in Carpet
clinin. Yarn., and - Hemp Itopes, Bed-cords,
Clothes-lines, kon., An. [Jane 15, 1854-Iy.
FirtgOMAF . 11. 'FULTON k CO.—Heratents, and
iL extensive denims and manufesturess In lunt
*).Baidtdlls' Post °thee. play. 26, '44-Iy.
..So+3# R. SWOOPI2--Attorneyeat,Law, Pot.-
AUROltotorly of Ow inn of Scott Stro4o, Hun
tington, Pa. Officto next dom. to, and aim itoquire
vregley's, ("tearoom 2S
, Pa. ' Ifday , .
SlMbtAra4-: io4t of
itorrobi 'New ()Amu, Sugar., at Stxperwo per'Men and Vfmor'll's 314611144 , ttair
'Peilladi SOT 91140 at the 'Cheap Store of and Sole Leath4a. for We eiwoop.lf
A 241. 188.8.131.52,L5. Jtute MOSItOr A POCT A It.FF
of t=o4rils ever timaght into Clearfield tonnts.
have jest arrived, and ere offered for *ale.
New Store of the subserihers, near the
Offiee. Clearfield, Pa. :Never befine has i leer.
brilliant. and at the wane time a cheaper lot t•
t.. nods been offered to this eortimutli ty. They has'
all 1,4,(213 s.-I.'i ted with a view to the wants :Ina tit
to itirs lit* the people of this particular )(walk,
after long experience, and intimate actittaintatir .
with their busi connections.
A s CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, AM/ Ai
I'l GOOD AS THE BEST, WHOLESALE ,?alt
RETAIL —ls Am: Joessros would respectfully in
form his friends and the -public generally that he
has just returned from. the East, where he /lesion.-
ehased the most splendid assort moot of Boots I,
Shoes ever brought to Clearfield. Every variety
of Ladies slippers, gaiters, pumps. ke. Ac. Mon'
fancy shoes, and gai%rs, with an excellent assort
ment of heavy stock, all adapted to the wunt,:. gat
the people of Clearfield.
He hopes his friends will give hiss a call at hit
store in - Shaw's Row' . and ex.Andne his stock,
June 13, 181.4.
- ILrFW R M It .1 11. Alt V; AT ON_have ju.t
vopened a new and 'Boex/did assortment ,!
goals. '44 their Skye in tirahatuton, consisting
I,, A 4Aie6 Drv d s- (;,,,xis, Cloths, C assi efeS. Hardware.
Queensware, Groceries. BOA 46. b 4 )(7s till s , Paints,
and every •-,ther article usually kept in a evuntTy
,=tore. where they offer for tale as cheap, if not
cheaper than any other Store in the t'ounty
kinds produez., and !unifier taken in est:liana
T xey keep eonslantly on hood, wad, make to or
der every variety of Chaim, Lou nges. Jefito..(t . kc_
chai r s, and S.,fas wade equal in b•enuty to any that
v an b e , btained from the City, and more durialo
iu w , ..:kwanAlip and material.
June 14, '.7)4.—iy. LITER' ROWE.
IPHE GOoD INTENT HOTEL, and Stage Office.
Curwensville. Pa. The Submril_.er would in
form his friends and the public that be has just re
fitted and re-furnitthed his house and is preparad
to render every attention to the travelling commu
His har c , ontain_.l liquors of tho first quality. and
table will alwnye aupplied with the brat in
He reepeofnily suli , :ite his friends and tethere ter
give him a call, WM, FLEMMING -
01 - 17 K R.,11011 Itn NV Cabinet Maker, Shop ()pp.-
*, site M. E. Chun+, Clearfield, Pa- keeps son
etantly ton hand and wakes to order, all winds a
Furniture. winch as Tea Tables, Card Tables,Cen
tre `ratites, Spring Seated Chairs, Retsteds.
Ifureaue, }ti ash Stands, Cupboards „ Saha ac. Ace.
Cofftu. wank un the shortest, notice, aid Funer
als attended. JOHN R. MORROW.
June 13, 11V;1.--1y.
100 Bugs of Coffuv_ just reocived and. for /1110
at the Near Store of A- X- HILLS.
1.) Nbr— ttorkey- at-Law, Clostikia,,ps
I'4. will attend ly to all prof Tonal
si nem eel-UW.4 leihiS care. [June IX, 144.-4 y.
B. NicENALLY—A.Upmey at Law. (Mee
. txe. Fi7 oppo.gite Judr Wright's Stone.leivrx
field„ Pa.,—pi'Petacts kft
ulliare• ar. 4 4 ; '
lIE AP CLOTILLNG.—A large lot Chomp 00
thing, Men's and ?Aye, for i t
June 13, 'A. MAWS* 1401,4*Wr.
TAMES CROVVIII ER -JUSTICE OF WI
PEACE, Curwensvillx, OffieD iS
-Good. I ilowt". Oune, O. lOC
. flee aottui glita ,
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