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D7ilerchants visiting t!w-:iTv4 .UrdMre-ll
to call on Mart,, SroaKiojtn ;
Hosiery, i rimiuug,' nonius, 'crajm-f- "'
fancy ; eoois, 3flW2$ orCutVrfb';
wbertv. they will :be ! cordially .rcrceived ;and J
well treated. It is one of the best Hons-. sin
the city. -. .. , . -.- . . , ......
''''TTlic'Kiiow .Soiling', head "quarters," ; in
CunvewiUts, are tVdurins the day-to.."Yis-rtts.vMrii';
Jacob praics; the" prorri.?Tp"r;; is
always ,re4y , to daeycry variety, of .EUck-smithiu"-
in th Ivst style and most durable
in;tiintvr. . Jirti.Liiaa caII-...,, ..,
7The .general complaint aboot 'hard times'
honM induce us to be cautious;'ahd endeavor
to purchase cheap substantiaLgords,,A'os,s
wvchatits who have tins object in view, when
I.iying.in "their .stockwi1I do wtll !oc'airat"PAri
& TavlkV "Wholesale Boot. Shoe, and Straw
Goo-Ts Tji-irohnuo . Xo. 255.arke"t"t:,Piii,4
"'cyTlic best Toba'o estlihlishniexiti iuPhib?
giklplM is that of Fkismlth &. BaoxasH.lUo
Third St.. ve doors lielow Race." They keen
every variety of tobacco and clears." The best
liavanas Regalias Pt'incipes, &'c.', are direct
ly iuixrt.?il, by thmrc!,: and can be fconfl
dcntly relied tin' as the genuine article. ,.-
T7lut fjiolid the Brigade Inspector, at Glen
Hope, lias just received a new and spIendiJfts
sortniciit vf gyods., Clark jsaclever fellow, and
Ave advise all nr friends to give him a call. '
'tTCnnvonsylllc . enjoys. t!ie ' 'reputaitiod of
being the boat business place in the County,
and -we observe from the quantity of new goods
purchased, they arc! determined to keep it up.
Mrs.Er.iz Ih vrv & So?) have just received and
open'tiil'a new :.in splendid assortment.' They,
are determined not to be beat ibrcheap goods.
See advcrrfseVherit in another coltiniiii ; .
CThost! who desire to obtain an excellent
article of Spanish Sole leather, will do well to
cal on our friend Joux MPHEBSoS,-"at his'old
and well' known stand al the South end of
Clearfield.- : lie keeps a 'gid assortment of all
kimls ol leather. ; See ad vcrt-isvment.
r-7-All lorers of good oysfers, sardines, &c.,:
sTjoul ! eaH'at thtVik'WjR'esriUrant, in thebasc-iu.-rit
f IIcin.hiir Hotel.: where our irieud
Ciiaci.::y Greaff, ill be, delighted to -accommodate
them. Ciiark-y's sound on the '-goose
uuestion.'' See Card, in aViother columii.
!X7The SherifTs' Sales,?and otT:er .Court af:
fairs are worthy t?" altentioi:, this week. Some
v.i'maM'- 'ri'rtv will be exposed to sule. : '
CC ill 'and s. ttb-.' Mrs. Eliza luvix is de
t ritiitied to s.-tt' -J:p her individual business.
Sor XdMcv in'artoThor eolumn. - , .
'Jr Vv t-dl tli attention of oui readers to
tltc Kegister nvUeS i'J anotlier column, y f
r.'7'lt is fe-.red thtt tlie result of the E!ee
iun hi Xf- York has prr-ved uid'avorable, but
ivsuli nt" av. exj:ai:i;!tion of .Tas. li. (Jri
zam's !;:"-. ;d"'- r.sVt'rfment" '6'f' fall & wilder,
g..:ls at his store-in Gralmmpton, will prove
highly sal isfacturjY: .Oalfaiu! try it.
".'7i:u-.. the result; of the eleetiyn has secu
red the s-.li-ty ot-'-tac eviiutr", uuneitiaens ean
tin I t;:a- t devot? their aftentzyaiuorc .iqiy
!y lo bui:tes. .To those desiring to pi:r-
?ns- go...ls. Mr. Ki.isa Irvis ?c" Sons, of&r
uvir.ille i;jjit-j;ulfu!s at their, 'iiew , store fcj
,ew Washin'-'ttiW.'. - '
T"It ill he seen thai Git ajiam and Wax-sn-
hive lisolved partnership.- The business
will hereiiilei :be"c?rn -d on by Jaks B. GeA
uaji. . . . - : . -'- . -.
DT7"V"c presume most oiour citizens rcccol-it-ot
an tiniable young-man named Ji B.
jJooxe, formerly of this county, lie may how
bo found at the large and splendid. Boot and
Shoe House of TJokfr. Broth ees Jones, o.
I'A .&. lGOMurket St.v Philadelphia, where W
will le happy to meet his large circie of Clear-
Iltld acquaintances and to accommodate them.
u ith a cheap mid elegant stock of city and easr
tcrii mad? boots and shoos: Give him a call,
he's a clever fellow, and is with a- good firm.
CP" "NVirwCre much -pleased, on our recent
. isit to Piilladelphi,i Ly. U10 appearance. of .J.
H. 1'Ai.KTHORP, Jr's Chemical and Ding estab
i:;ent u't Xo. 89 South Second St. Those of
iiir Jit.'telLantsj Druggists and Physicians' who
les"re to lay in a good and cheap stock, can
not .do better than call on ilr. Palethorp.
7jppMre:the Red Lir.n Hotel in Philadel-
;liia, at Zii iLuikvt St., .there is a large and,
legnnt f Jueensware establishment, hot surpas
sed by any similar House in the City. ' Our
iiu rchanfs'caiT always Vfetain a'splctidld stock,
:-t the lowest ;prices from Jon N.Y.TitsuTON &'
Co.. Importers "and 'dealers in Earthenware,
China, Glass, &cV; See advertisement., . .
C7" Persons having unsettled accounts with
r. P. Hi RXTHAL, ' are. requested to call and
Kettle them. See Kotice in anothex column. .
rr7"I.et it be published in Clearfield, let : it
5 known in Curweuaville, t be proclalnied
tiirughout the county, let it be wafted by the
gcntl breeze along the West Branch of the
Susquehanna,' 'that - Pattox & Hitple, have
yit received; the largest and best ' selected
sK:k'orgoods ever brought to Curwensville.
S je adyertiscuient another column. .
A StaiOl S CAARfiE AGAINST COXGRESSMES.
A correspondent of -K. Y. Courier, who evi
dently Is of -tho" opinion that British gold had
a much ns anything else to do, in makinjr the
sr-c.alled Denucracy, adopt, the British Free
Jiaie poliey; saysJ,ia'ife,pIv;to theinquiryi who
t to Llaiue for our Cmomeiitiry- disasters, "we
point you to Congress; and e believe that ma-1
h.ivp Leen inadg Jiuvy with foreign cash, ill the
w.iy of bribery, to pre vent the passage of laws
wi-.J.-h won.i stop excessive iraportation3,while
they woul J fcring ahout a healthy trade by ma
i ?our exports, exclusively of speciei bj.1in&
- vuresporrs, exclusively oi specie, oa.Linc
I'opoi t if :ons exclusively of specie aiso.H .
rT.sfr-Ka un A Stt;?Mz&l'X&'im jn
e:t .kitil, i-jmjSj;!?-cai.iM.:lT.a?e t
"1; Hl'd 'rittV S7
in ei-i Vf iid.t?'.'.t he. tloeuaeVt.f54.?"s.
k y v t' th4 y e.i'i ha.t J&i-tis'jhv,
4v v taT.i: t, tt rpa,.,,. A ;ie tivcfj Lpy s. .u -j.aiumjj .a
Jutw i.l.e .pf. t'.iis factjii r nV,itt brotUolassean
gemess to the Capitol, and sold, readily; core
ies of an extra-' containing a President's mes
sage, Tvhich ionic '"members' purchased' des
patched :to - distant friends,' who" will Wonder
at 'tli?' close1' reserablace' it, Lears'to' tlio f3es
siige seoit to Congress hut-year J .';
REJIOVEDi PcnviAxcE S Daguorrean Gal-
ler.j- to Uraham's Row, two -doors east of the
.fourtai- ofSce, upstairs, lie will be happy to see
his friends. "nd, farnisn th?m vivid, lit'o-Jike pic
tures. ; Give bima-eall.-;; ! ;- Dcaj 13,,'5i."
XT BUCHEIl SWOOPE, V '
XJl'.,i ., ; . t: ATXOIiXEY :AT LAW,
''. r ....' . . - ,. : i Clearfikm),. Pa.
.n Two. doors East of J0v-rn.1l oCcti. Up stairs..,,, ! -
.-.i.'u'ii. . :i . ; . .
: xoiv ,'-o'TiTir;c its AD-qr autkiis,
l-'Detkick's l)Tat'l"iuiiu.ithop. in CurwcccviiJe,
nearly. ,ojposito the ; Poet. Ofiiee, always open, Kd
Jacob, himself a3 ways ready to ncrvu" his oustojiit
crs. ' AH kinds' 6F Work done in the heat style, and
moELdurable manner. Horse-shoeing done on the
shortest notice, aud un l'ai'urs to rendendcr jati
faction the mcupy returptd.'.' 1 ' ' ,.'"''' " - S
: -'.Ail kinds of grain taken in CieL.an'g? forvrprk
and the monev not refused-' : "' "''" 'V.;J
' - ' JACOB PETKICK. "'
Curwenstille; fee:. C:' IS.il.-ly. . . ;..'."'.
MARTIN, XOURELI & CO.;
;'-(I.atc OLIVER "MARTIN k CO. ""
Importers aud lealcrs''fi JTOSTEh'Y; TRjT.fr
MINGS. C0.Mf5.-s. BUUSHEj?, PACT (JQ0D.,
NW24 ?Torth 'Fourth Street:, Philadelphia. -M.
T. MAltTINT CIIAS. II. IIAMKICK,
lAiM!li.M0lHEIJ.r4-. -ISJDtti. s r
le3.:5, '.- 8AMkKSO.V K.;MAIlTI
AIL.V- BKOTJ I EK , , ....,! :
. Ho. SS, Chestnut Street.
'..'.-. PHILADELPHIA,. . -Ilavc
row open si iargo ftesoitmeat of the Newcet
, . tyle-and wkr of : '
, . . . iRich English Velvet,
. . ;'. - '-. " . -" n. Tapes-.i-y,.,:, ,
.' -. -.: .Ingrain,.,,., ..r.
C A ILP FTI :v t; s.
OF flltUi OW.V IMPORTATION, JUST
Also. a full a&scr tmont of
-aper and Medium quality
Many of whiv'h, ibi)ir.gi iLeir own. uiiinufasturc,
can be reoommended s . 1 . "
Alooil Carpetihs for a-Lcw Price.
FLOOii OIL CLOTHS SeCATON MATTIXU.S.
: of evcrV' wfcith nnd quaiitv..
B AIL Y & BUOTHES, -
IMI'OKTKKS - . -M-tSryACTCKERS OF CATIPETINGS
Uo. 232 Cheiaut Street; Philaielohia.
Ooj. 4. 1854. 6th. -. :-- . -
It "0. Liiii 160 3JARKET CTREF.T. PHILADELPHIA,
Importers and ManufturU' rersj of Vity and Kaxteru
tmuie iiVOTt? and also every varict-rof
1'rcpeh an 1 Ihi'rlisih SLoo Lalin-'?. Patent leath
er, Kid aud Calftkins. Shoe Laces, (taUons, Bind
ings Ac. ic., suitable for inanufacturerr!-.
: Also-Jb'onsign and Ioinestie Straw and Silk Fn
uets. Leghorn, Panama nnd Palm I.enf Hats. Ene
ltsh. French and Ametiean. Artilicial Flowers. Oil
Silk,.Straw Trimmings. &.. &c. Ac.
Having" Temoved to our new Store. Xo. 1.VS A lf0
Market Street, below c-th. South Side, up 3tair. we
iuvito-your attention to ur largo and varied Stock
f Str:nv. tod.s, JJth)ti and Sii:e.-. wliieh we arc
prv-parir.g fi r tiie.aT iru;ieJiii l'ail Sales.
,AJi our (Jvscids 'Au ceiu.ively of ourowu di-r'-ct,
Inpii ta ion :id Maiiufactare. wc fi vl eouti
dent that' cur favilitivs are u-h th.a't we can oiiJi"
you iii'iuoenif jits r.s r;-girds variety -iiud pi W-? o!"
1 1 OO la
ur r.rp-isa.-d by any housv in the country.
J' ii i !;. let'. ill iu :
ERTAIX CTiKi: roil Atil'E. FA XL T
V- ALL! j in: fay. Thisprei'a-!ti-!: I;.-!:
an tasi&viisiica rcpitifttior... ini iscRuj i viiu
icuC(t.;'saeti: for ;.vc- and agi o, or
lever., U y, : t;.;.e:i by t..e. UiO-t tl::3,!rc -.Tii.ii
1'ci fect sutV'y, V'-'Lig a j;ure vegetable yrup.
If ttikcu aucjidiu to uirc-ttiou-s v. i:to t i-ai irj'.
a s-jond 1.
"I.- v i!! b, :
lip;.:!-' 1 five clu(j.'.' -.V,.
St 'til-, !::.: J, t 1.
u. iM.jjnTioi;",.-!- .:.
Street. 1 Lti: Joh.hia.
Octolcr U, 1;
": Piill, A2ELPHI A.
lilwnv.s r.n hrn I. at their "Wfcoltsalo -"W.-fc-1
' ' , hcitsc. a Ltrgc v. -vt:i.f r:t"vf
' the Ncv.c?t Stvie of ' " "'
: WOT. SIJ'M-:.' AM!) STK W t0(lS.
BOTH FOR!-:r;N and noMUsric: ':' '
'An tiicir "oo. is iicmg o:
1 ortaiion nnd Matufac-ure.
tr.'cir liwn .hrcc.!:a
theV are enabled t;
i.'i. r tupcrior ii
their stock . '
lui'.mcts to yU t ihtints laving iu
;i)ec. 1.-1S51. 1-
EW.AM) CHEAP tSTOlIE The subs ri-
Warh-ini:Son. and the upper end of Clearfield Coun
ty, that they have just oreiio-l a new an 1 splcn lid
asetrticnt of FALL AXL V.'IXTKii G')(IS. inthe
Store Vooua formerly occupied by 1 bvin & ii' 'Juiuk.
iiIl K1E.Y.. YAiilf'.TV 6F GooDS- USl'.all V fo.'.nd in
a country store, will be sold cheap for cash, lum- J
ncr auu country pro uice. ,
They respectfully invite all thoso desiring to
purchase goods, to give them a Call, - They iTr'.l
use every effort to give siitislaciioiii .
i - ELIZA IMVIX .v SOXS.
Xcw VfUshiDfrton Xovcuibt-r 15. ISal.-Jt.
P. MILSO.N & CO., would rcpectfu!lv in-
rm the citizens of Morris tov. r.t'ain and:a,l-
country, that they have jusa arri-.ud with a
large asoi tiut nfc ot lry Uood34 Groceries,. Hard
ware, (tucensvvaro. Loou and Shoos. Hats and Caps.
Clocks, Lookiufcfihisses. Confectinnaries. Medicines.
ils. I'aiftis, Tinware, and all other articles usually
kept in a country jtore, which they arodeteriniiied
to sell low for cash; couutry prsduce. or Lumber. -Morris
Tow nship, Xovember 1, 1754. - .
CHEMIST .tlni"GUIST..A". WO North
and Ft'.. Second door below Mount Vernon House.
Philadelphia. Lealers in Drops. Chemicals, Per
fumery, Paint. OilsW Ihdow Glass, Ac, & c. , ?
Novembers. Ibi4.-Iv. . -''.
IO ALL W1I03I IT MAY COACEIIN.
The subscriber would most respectfully so
licit all tqosc indebted to hiui, to come forward
and settle up. and if they cannot, pay give their
X'otes, and further hopes not to bs refjuired to use
nny other nieaus than this simple notice, lie can
be found at almost any time at Woodland.' pren
ccto settle. , F. P. IILTIXTHAL.
-Nov. J. 1854. --
vkiili:man a haywari
i?acrs. Tea Dealers, and
73. 'Market Street. ?hi!.i.Jclphia. '
'- 1). KEI1VKLM
' '- A. IIAYWAKD.
Jnae 15. 13-l-ly:' ' "'
D INVOLUTION OF PARTNERSIIIPT"
The partnership hcrcto&.ro :xising letX'cn'
Jolin.Patchin k Sons, was this day dissolved by
mutuwl consent, and the books arc left in the hands
of A. fc J. Patchin.' Those person knowing them-,
felvcs indebted to the firm will call immediately
and 'tcitlo up. -of they will have the- fleasnre of
paving costs ' JXO. PATCHIX 4 SUXS. ,
-Hurnidc. OoU:bcr 12. 1S54. - - ...-' ' t-
TRISMUTII & BIIOTIIER
A-. 7- V -WIIOLKSALR -r , . :r'r.
-' - - TaBJCUO IERS-, ' '" "
No! 105 N. Third Street, five doors below Race
Nov.' 2'J, "54.-1 v --Philadelphia:
lAm.M.in. r p,T 4T)T V - 'AtTiwypv .if
''4 Law. No. 1 Ptii p;vtK- pv-'.i,?rir.?ii f
Law. No. J Pntl, f xth- t ThibtdcNhic
Augnrt y." l ?.'.ir- ' .-.-. 1
tvtfp!fiT ! We tke'thi iiitlMd eriiaoriniTig the
f al tla in:gi,e!.&ati tho oifiefts-f Cnrwef.tilTi
m4: Titijiity in ?Arti;rtlaV. i ?U we liarer -Tccefte4
op OfcB!U-large dt!T: varied roti of-i7'-t-t
Ifmt4v4d.-suti to the Wsfit f Wery "rfvo n-'
woir.irt p.ind cbiW i-ni the-(.TOWtiriify.v. And. '--We
havvMW hc;HiU.toi in-payinW. h pTirehaseT.' rlll
flnl it greatly to thrrdra.'t Jf .to andtserti
ine our stnok -bfirru pnrebasiv else-.vhere. V- "
; Our -9Ut-k c-ciictsta.' ia part, of l.adievi' -Threw
Goodwin great Tftriety :-feuc-h as pl:iin htaek. fancy
silks. Turk sarin. -ere- rt !r.-:ti. hlflek and fancy
Alpsfcas, .pTuinf: ai:t -ifdRldi J-iiTjf!iuinii.- .Manchester
tiKii UoinesticiJinghams." Calioo.' of every style.,
aud quality, at f rkes ra'fliri frOfci 5 up' to 15cVs.'
lslai-ki blue, find bown-'-i'reiteh and Eiir!i?h
cloths, plain black doeafcjTi mid fancy cn.-simoW,
blaek, h'ue. brown nnd green sat'ine;..'
- Chackn, ticking. : ftaAnels. raulisis. toweling, ho
siery, gloves, shirts, ready-made clothing, -o., Ap.
'' Carjttftins nsd floor oil cloth, wii.dow and wall
paper and bciitering. and oiled Vindov shades.'-
Shoes of ail do?Tif-tiri3 for ladien. m'i.-ses and
ehiUlren, together- with a- Irg0 a.ortinent of
Mens' and boys' hats, cap?, boots :md ?!uos. --
; II.'tr'lwai-e."ianes. &c; Glassware. '"ecnew-arej
Cedt'.r and VViiiow ware, oorn brooms. to., t e-. .
-Als i. a largo a.wortnreitt fit' Fresh Uroeortes. xit t
Rio Office, imperial, Y. H. and Hlaek teas, 2M).
uari crushed ! and loaf su?ar. Nf w Orlcaus ar.I
Syruptittrtttjues. elaiiEod aiid eider-Vitlprar, ic.
"liosin and f.cy aoiips; snorra: star and mould
candles. ! Alf which will bo'Pold iw'qnautities
to uit purchasers, at the cheap Coiner Store of
PATTOX A HIPl'LE,.,
Curwen'viMeTYoveniber 1, lSJi. '' ' ff '
4 T T i; T I O N L TJ3I Ii Ell M E N.-TI1K
j. 31ALXE IIJMK JANHS AUK '.NOW FOJt
SATE. The snt'eriber offers for salethc following
Tracts of Land sUuftted on. aud nearthe Clearfield
Creek, in ClearfiClL.wuuty, Pa., to wit : A tract,
warranted to -Liiku-Morri?;" containing -47:'. acres
and 4-S ps. A tract, vtiranted to Jouejdi lfelland.
containing 4;3 aeresVloS ps. - A tract, warranted
to Itobert Grey, containing 4.".;! acres, ps. A
tract; warranted to John Briughurst,' containing:
439 acres.' 153 p' - A tract,-- warraittod to --Sarah
Ward,': containing -1 .';." acres, 153 ps. A tract,
warranted to '-tto. Eddy," -containing 43,'i aeres.
153 ps. A tract, warranted to loor Wharton, con
taining 433 acres, 1;3 ps: A p:(vt of a tract: warr
l-atifefl to treO. Ash ton. containing 21ft acres. : 1
These-Land are too yell kuown to the' luinber
nfeii of Cle;irtield County, to render a description
of them necessary it in;iy-bo safely said, that it is
decidedly the best body of pine lands in Clca
field County. ;
For terms, sc.. apply to
! -; ' ' LinV; SIIOKM.MCITil, '
'. "' ' - Ebcr.sburg. Cambria Co.'
September 25. 1851.
1 fJ HVSS FOIl 'TV 15 OX 11 CITY ! Sl
J UU IIASTUl'OI. XOT TAKLN ! J.amks Alkx
A.Mf:n, has' jnst -opened a Fplcudid St loon in the
basement story of tho T lymie City Hotel, where he
is prepared to accommodate persons tvitii Oys:cr.i,
wholesnle and retail, and-all other artietes usniilly
kept in a Confeetionary and (rroctry Store.
X. 15. All orders forOvters by the Can promptly
attended to by JA.MKS ALEX AXDKli.
Tyronft City. November I. 15.i4.-fim. - ' ''
"VIEW FIK3I. A A J. P.m-ciiin having taken
J-1 to themselves the Store formerly owned by
Jno. Patch in fc Sons., take, pleasure in informing
their friend; aud tha' public, gchcrnlly. that 'hey
have just received from the city a splendid assort
ment of T ry Goods. iroccries. Hardware, Queens
wj're. Hats and Caps, Loots and Shoes, and every
thing else usually kept a Country Store. Person?
wishing to buy cheap and goods Goods, should not
forget that they are determined not to undersold
by any store in the country. We iuvite one aud
all to conic, and exaininn our stm-k for themselves,
as we charge nuthig for so doing.
" ' ; " A.VHOX PATC1IIX. t
, ' " .i.cksn; patch ix.
Burnsidc. yovemher 'I. ldal.'-tf: :
? ."FK.MPIllLL'S H'tTKi.. The surwriber wonld
1 3 Inform his friends and 'the public gcr-.traHv".'
i th:i !. sti'.I ren'iins at the old sotnd. where lie is
at n i 1 times rt ady and williug to -eiitcrt.'in srran
pnrf and travellers."- Jits har stocked with the
best liquors, and his ."ole v. i;t tilivnys b" supplied
v.-ih the luxuries of Tha m:uket. ' ';
Thankful for jiist favcis- he solicits a further
share of pirbiie i.atronao.
V. .M. J. HKMI'H ILL.
1 IB ST AlVl I V. V L.-:-V I.L
!"'.?. AT TliK CiTKAP
Jusfr r .
iarg'V an si-
v-! V l-:.-V;i'-!-.-v.. t.a'ii'
:cj.i.- i-. :
.;-ii!.'C ol all
;"'!-.-011 v.-3.uiig to buy oo.J-
: i.-S'-- .T'.'i---
. J :;--'
1 -:. ! .
1 ,' buy. tr.;dc
! "'vhu of O.VCU,
AH i'or?oi.s arc"
vautui:cl liot io
i'.n : mobile
a ant- :-Y with a
liow. . ID tac vos:
.-1 4 ' 1 1 . 1 X .JOliil
s, ai ihc same Ls 1111110. ami
;ld V loai.cd Vi S lid
1 Juis. and .arc
s. and .arc at lav disv.
ii at any time from
ii-u;''.j. UL:'-;-l l.ti!. l.-i.ll.
J . JJ. VA IS.
I'lirtisou tuivi:s';i::. ',
i Ti REAT'SlILITAKY EXCITEMENT AT
1 LIT GLX 11.2: The. -ub.-.L-1-ibLi- has. just reooi-
ved a new and ;;;r:-'i".'. a-.-oriu.-.i t of the cheap
:',-.', a-.-oi ii:.-.i't ot tlsc cucap
;ht Into the ui per end of the
:' every variety of articles usu
ry sn ro. lie h.oj.3 his friends
giv e hiai i. cal nnd fools cou-
est Goods, u-.-i.-i' brought Into the ui per end of the
count v: e-.n.i.-.;iitjr of every variety of articles usu-
a ly ken; in a eouut:
and tbe puiilic will
hdent he will be ab.c i j rcudur i-ai iii action.
' .I.C. 1'ATCIIIX.
C. ion ITujie, Xovcnifccr 22, i-i.
' -ffOIIX M'rilEK.SON: Ct't:i-:irn .'.. Taxm:i;.
9 Miil continue-s at the old stand a.t the South end
o: tcrrhcld. and kcps cons-tniiily on hand ar.y.L.
a--s--rf!Ufr.t of i,caUic'r itf .'1! dcript'ors. inclu.'dn.
ii splendid lot of Spanish Sole 'leather, which he will
Foil cheap for cah or in exchange for lumber nnd
Hides. ' Nov. 22. '.'il.-St.
jVTEW REST A I Ii A!T. Cu.vni.i'S -1! rratf.1
J. would ivfoi in tl-.e public that ho has jusiopfn
cd ail Katinjr Saloon -in the hn?cincntof Hemphill's
Hotel, ' where hi serves up- to order Fresh Oysters.
Sardines,. Anchovies. &. The best juality"of ci-pars!-and
Philadclphii'Ale. always on hand. He
invites all lovers; of ''good living' to give him a
call. ' Xo'v. 22, ;jl.-:imo.
1 UST OPENED. The subscriber has justrc-
" ccived at his store at (irahamton. a large .new
and splendid assortment of Pall aud iiUe Goo-lf.
adapted to the wants of 'lhc whole cominunity,aui
o lie rod for sale at extremely low prices. Dry Goods.
(uocn:-warc, Loots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Bon-,
nets and Shawls, Groceries and Confectiouaries, to
gether' with "every other article usually kept in a
country store, may be had at reasonable rates.
Cash, Luinbor, or j.iodue' received in payment.,
JAMES B. GKAIIAM.
GrahampUn, Xoveuiber lj, 1854.
WAK IN AMERICA not a-ainst foreign
? nations, but sratr.st high prices and impo
sition. ' R. It: WELCH, has just returned from the
city with n splendid rcw stock of Ghld and Silver
Vf'atches.- open and hunting-eased, gold chains,
key., seals, nnd a variety of other articles usually
kept by Jeweler?.
His assortment has been selected with great care
and caution, and will be chccfully submitted to
the inspection of all who may give him a call.
Tkrms Casu. ;'','. Oct. 4, 1S51.' '
Ff1AR.-The"nnderirned has just received and
JL will keep for sale, at his shop on third street.
a supanor article of tnr.
Clearfield, July 5. 1554.
' . i' I ;
ISAAC M. ASIITON. Hat Store. Xo. 172
Market St.. Philadelphia. Hats, Caps, Eurs,
Ac, of every variety, and the. best quality always
on hand.. . , June 15, lS54-ly.
TOIIN V. ItrsiITON & CO.. TMPORTKR5?
U AND HEALERS ia Earthenware, China, Glass J
Ac, 245 MxrLct .. opposite Red Lion Hotel. Phil
adelphia: " - J. ' Y. RUSITTON, .
J. C. HOPKINS.
Nov. 8, '51.-ly. R0BT. STILSON. ,
WTF ALL T A ICE t HOP.ENSACK. Uc.bensac"k's
Ti Worm Syrup and Liver Pills, for sale by
Juno 13, 'SI:
M0SS0P & rOTTAKFF.'
rits of ventli;ionf Exponas, issued out of
Cc'trW of Common P'.c.is cf Clearf.eld tountv.
t iBO -'directed.' wil? 'Wt!rposed to public sale,
tS -Court House;' .jn':tte Borough ot Clcarnet'd.'J
ate in Tra4ford'toirftvb1p:ciCarfitl,fcountv,borr.a
ed by lands of Michael Fink. eo ifoovefanxTolh-
ets. ctvataininj? one hundred acres' more or less,
""o i-wo- ftory, tog house erected, thereon, and
about nine- ncre clesred. beinfr the same tract of
Ia:;i d cfendaut hcught of Lc.ti . Hublcr. ' Seised,
tnken in execution, and. to be sold' as the property
of A'brahnrri r.onr.shttry '-'' " -
..Ai-All'the right 'title,- Intetejf and ttaim'bf
William (t. HutTer, of in nnd fo a certain tract Of
land silua'c in Morris-township, Clearfield county,
bounded on the1 c:rt by Moshsnncn Creek, on the
south by land of M'Minn and said creek, on the
west and north by lands of L'lanchard, and land? of
Swartt, containing about' 200 acres, more or?Ks:
being part of two. large "surveys 'in' the name of
Christian Mnsser and Wui.'O. Lutler unimproved
or timber land: Seized,", taken in execution, and
to be sold as the property of William G. Butler.
A?,so AH tfee;rjght. title, interort and claim of
Daniel M. Dugnn.of in and to "a certain tract of
land situate in I'oggs township. Clearfield county.
coatajnijaO: actesaUjoiiapg land of Jatns J'or
rest on thq west, Wui. James ou tho south, Jno. Mil
ler on the east, UBd the Trie Pike on the north, with
a small frame dwelling . Louse, a frame carpenter
shop, and a small plank stable .hereon erected,
with: about 2 acres cleared.. Seized, taken iu exe
cution, and to be sold as the property of Daniel M.
Dugan. .-, WILLIAM PUWLLl Zhrriff.
,hvriffs Office Ciearficld, oy.jIJ, 135I.-ts..
REGISTER' NOTICE. Xotice. Is hereby
riven, that the followiiifl" accounts have been
examined and passed ..by lueV and remain filed. of
record in this office for the intpectiou of teira, leg
atees, creditors, and all others iu auy other wayln-h-rested.
and will be presented lo the ncstOrpbans"
Court of. Clearfield county, to be held Jit the Court
House in the loro' of Clearfield, on Tuesday the lth
day of Dec. nest, for confirmation and allowance :
1. Partial account of James Wily, administrator
of Joseph' Wily, deceased, for settlement.
.2. The final account of D. W. Moore, administra
tor, de bonis non of Jonathan R Ames, deceased.
3. The final account of Margaret Xces. adminis
tratrix of Miles Hartsock. deceased.
4. The account. Benjamin Spackman, Guardian
of Martha. Jane Welch, minor child of James, an J
Mary Welch, for scitlcmcnt. ,
5. The account of. Margaret Xcoa. Guardian of
miuor children of Miles Hart sock, deceased, for ict
tlcmcct.. ... ;V WM. rOKTLR.
Register's OtTiec, Xov. 22. 'ul.
BARCATNK! RARC: AINK ! I Mns. Ei.iza
Ikvin Si SON'S; Lave just received, and opened
for sale, at the obi stand in Curwensville, tho larg
est, and most splendid" assortment of Goods ever
brought to Clearfield county, consisting, in part, of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware. Queensware. Tin
warc. Saddlery and Harness, Hats and Caps, Boots
and Shoes, Drugs. Oil. Taints, Glass. o., Ac,
They would particularly call the attention of tho
Ladies to their large stock of Pancy Goods, of eve
ry description, feeling satisfied that it is a Tcetlc
tiie best that c;in be found in the Cuunty. L'on
nets of all descriptions, and prices. ", "
The gentlemen have liot been forgotten, as will
be seen on inspecting their very large assortment
of ready-made Clothing, Cloths, Cassimcres, Sati
nctts, ic, tc. Their Clothing is all of good qual
ity, none of your Jew, sopAtvp stuff, but on tho
contrary, well made and fashionably cut. and war
ranted goo-1 and cheap. Give them a call, as they
are determined to sell cheaper than all others.'
All kinds of lumber and country produce taken
in exchange for goods, and the cash not refused
when offered. Call and examine for yonrsclves.
CurwonsviHs. November 22. 185 1 .-.it.
riTYRONE CITY HOTEL. HUGHES t
JL 1KVIX, would respectfully inform the public
that they have very greatly improved their House,
and are now ablo to afford the travelling public.
tLv -uost comfortable accommodations.-'- Their bar
is fin nishe;! v. 'th ho very Los: lienor, and the
luxuries of the Philadelphia market are to be
found o:i thc-ir table.' 'ii.ey respectfully invite
their numci-jus fVL-nds in CleariieM to give them
a caih .August 9.1854.
VEAV ROOT ANJ SO OS STORE. The
J- t subscriber would respectfully inform the pub
lic, that be has just opened an cntiro new stock of
boots and shoes, in Graham's Row, one uoor cast
of the Jourtial Office. ITcaj-field, Pa.
Every variety of Ladie nnd'GeutlemenVgafters,
la:-r-1 boot-', putr.iis. o'nrress boots, childrens shoes
Jf. licni-s to receive a
Loots and .-V.ccs made
0. S. BLACK.
iETTfil! IT' ! All persons knowing them
K?sdvc indebted to the' subfrriber, by bond. note,
iior.k isiTflii.t. or 'in any other manner ' whatever,
arc h'Teby-riylifii'd to come forward rnd settle
l-cfore tli'' 'September Court, as he is d rte-nnined to
have. his buyinc? entirely Settled up by thnt time.
'i'hve ur.i'ib: to pay. arc requested to settle and
time and ..'."ortui.Pv will be extended to them.
JAME.S .15.. GRAHAM.
T83J. '.'." '" .
' i rul.am ten. 'Aun'ili
Jl-TOUNT VERNON" HOUSE. No. '05 North
jjtJl Second St.. j'liiladc'.j-'hia. The undersigned
having. leased the above well known House, which
bar in-6n Ii i:vdv.at::h ' smj B c-Miini'i.cn Timorr;n
Oi t. have ju-t epened it for the reception of visitors.
The furniture is all r.cw. and has been selected
vi.h care tV.-m Hcnkles well, known establishment
in Chesnnt Street, and is p,F' the latest' and '-most
fashionable -style:''' - ' ' :' - . '
The location 'for Merchant? and others et.mfpg
to the city i.t couv'enleht; being in the contrc of
. Their friend iv. Clearfield .-.re respectfully soli
cilcd to give thLiu a call. J. BLAIR.
I. L. BARRETT.
An.ar. -'50. 185
Ti'W..AHUIVAL.-r-Jl. A. PRANK,- has just
1. t returned from tho East with a lartre. tissort
lucnt of. Cloihs. Cassimexs. Neck Tics,. Trimmings.
Bcady-iuade Clothing, ic, v.hi.ii he will sell
cheap for u-h, lit his siore. to lors east of the
Journal ciliee. . t . .. ---.'"'::'' : 5
i'asiiionab'e tailoring still done to order, with
neatness and dispatch.
lie invites the public to give him a call and cx
l. mine his stock, Sept 13, 1S54.
XfA LUAUhU F A R 31 A T P R I V A T K
V SALE. The subscriber offers for sale on rea
sonable and easy terms, bis farm in Lawrence
township,- coutair.ing uiu htitdu-d ncrrs. aa-l allow
ance, 'iiie buildings are, a good log house, frame
barn, and other out-liousce. There is. also.-on the
place a promising young orchard of choice fruit
trees, in lino bearing order. Also. -a never failing
spring of water. About sixty Acres cleared Two
miles from Clearfield. ..
Inquire of F. P. Rctlkb. Clenrficld. or the sub
scriber on the premises. JOSEPH LANICH.
October 4, 154. Sin. -
-DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSIIIP.
3ur The partncrsliiti hwcioibro ciistiii? between
C. M". ;raham and J. E. Watsou, wii3 this day dis
solved by mutual consent, having disposed of their
interest to Jus. B. Graham. C. M. GRAHAM,
J. E. "WATSON
Graham ton, October 27. 1854.. .
The business willhereafu-r be continued by Jan
B, Graham, as formerly, who will collect all ac
counts due, and pay all debts contracted bv the
former firm. JAS. JJ. GRAHAM.
Grahamptou, November 15, 1S54.
CtALEB C(TE & CO. No. 1??, Market St., I'hihi-
delphia., Healers ia Linens, White Goods'. Ho
siery. French, English and German Silk Goods. La
ces. Gloves. Bolting Cloths, ic. . June 15, '54-ly.
mO SHOEMAKERS. A fine lot of Spanish Kips
X Men and Women's Morocco pink , trimmings,
and Sole Leather, for sale cheap, bv '
Juno 13. ;54. M0SS0P & POTTARFF
BROOK. TYSON REIIN Wholesale Dry
Good's Store, No. 146, Market Street. Philadcl
phio.''- ' ' ' .' ;- ' Juno 15, 1854-Iy.
TONE WARE, of every varietv. cheap for cash
at the Store of W. F. IRWIN.
Jnnel4,.'54 -' .' ?..;-.':' :'(' ' :. ',,.--'
Barrels New Orleans Sugar, at Sixponce per
mJ pound, for sale at the Chean Storo of ..
A. M. HILLS.
.nonuay.-'trie-Iih' day of Heccmbcr.TSM. atJU'o
cTocJcA. M.'.-th;foHo-wir.s"descrlbed real estate';"
All the right, titlmth-est and claim of Abraham
Trfiiinsiturv oF i-n'btid in rJeiz-w-iA t.t' ,.nri titr
X. Tho Cm.3;ii ?a.ta.ot Caa.oven.
r xor iiisTaovkd. Lord acvciixu. in T
tortcai ucteues oi .-taicsnip-n whu flourished m tL
nmeor i.eorge irje Jinr.i,.- gives some rcmsiUahJc
e'xainplesrshowii.ff the ' great lew ni'stained br Eng
land in the history of its statcsnfcn. and of 'itV- b.
tional progress, tbronjh rthe itboerfeot sta:to('rkari
ii.imeuiary reporting in former, times. I:c opens
his life tit" Lprd Ci.Anr.Vit lhu- --There is haivliy
any man in modern iiiacs. w!t; ihc exception, per
haps, of. Lord Somtrs, who fills so large a space in
our history, and of whom we know so little. as Lord
Chi' ham; nd yet he is the person tb' whom every
fne would at once point, if desired to name the most
successful statesmen and most brilliant orator that
this couutry ever produced. Of Lord isomers, -in-doed.'
wo c:ui scarcely be said to know anything at
all. That ho was a person of. unimpeachable integ
rity, a judge of great capacity aud learning, a firm
friend of liberty, but a cautious and safe counselor
iff most difficult emergencies, all are ready to ac
knowledge. Bat "the authority which he possessed
among liifc cotemporaries. tho influence which his
sound and practical wisdom exercised Over their
proceedings ,the services which ho was : thus ena
bled to render in steeriug the Constitution safe thro'
the most trying times, and saving usfiuiu arbitra
ry power without paying the. price of our liberties
iuiinarchy and blocdsh'ed-nnyxonductingthc whole
proceedings of a revolution'with all the delibera
tion; and almost in the forms of an ordinary legal
proceedings, huve surrounded his name with mild
yet imperishable glory. Which, in the contrast of our
dark , ignorance respecting all the particulars and
details of his life, gives tho figure something alto
gether mysterious aud ideal. It is now unfortu
nately too late, by supplying this information. tofili
up the outline which the meagre- records of his time
have left us. : Bnt it is singular how much of Lord
Chatham, who flourished within the memory of the
present generation, still rcstsupou vajrne tradition.
As a statesman indeed, he is known to us by the
events w hich history luii recorded to have happen
ed under his administration. Yofevenof hissharo
ii? bringing these about, liitle 'hits been preserved
of detail. So, fragments of his speeches have been
handed down to us, but these hear so very small a
proportion to the prodigious fame which his elo
quence has left behind it. that far more is manifest
ly lost than has reached us; while of his written
compositions but few letters have hitherto been
given to the world. The imperfect state of parlia
mentary reporting is the great cause of this blank."'
What S.ouicrs and Chatham have lost in fame by
the oblivion of all the masterly efforts of thicr
minds which, wielding the power of Parliament,
conducted the march of Government- dciinjr their
connection with it. the history of (ho nation has
also lost for want of the vigor and verity, the clear
ness,, the freshness and beauty with which its
events and their causes might have boon preserv
ed in the luminous eloquence of its orators.
The great men w ho conducted the Revolutionary
struggle in the Continental Congress have left uo
history behind them of the views and events which
had their birth in their debates, except in ihc mea
gre formula of a jonrnal. The fervid feelings of
the hour, the impelling circumstances, the argu
ment, tho eager controversy which set the subject
in ever' variety of light, passed away with the
breath that gave thcra utterance; and men who were
not surpassed, in the oi-inion of Lord Chatham, by
'the masicrstatesmen of the world.'-have bequeath
ed to posterity nothingof the eloqifenee' which gui
ded our National Councils but '-the shadow of a
name." Recent publications show how graphic
history becomes when the . actors in it speak fr
themselves, and events as they emerge,, stamp
themselves on. its page. Congress has now taken
care that this sort of genuine history shall fall from
the press, full and perfect, day by day; and thus
every public man will make bis own history, and
blend it imperishably with thnt of his country-.- -
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one frequently possessing no interest for the rest
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Washington City, November ?2,'1S54."
THE MUSICAL V70RI.D TOR'!
Te rms. (irrmr'aMy in a lvar.ee. ;
wo copu-s, - - - - ' - -
ive copies. ' - ' -
v)'"i:nts : '. -' 1
The choice of two of the fo'towing musical-
portraits, cnravtfd.' on steel, neatly'' mailed on a
roller, designed -as the rorrtfnrriitenl of a G.ullery
of Afit-'f'-ti Part rati 9. to be hwr.g around "every
family plaro.""- " ,i f': - f- ''- r ' '
1 llEXttl-rTS SONT Cx 5.-l.!ST.-- ' -
2. rK"Ti:o'E", C. srnrji.wx,
3. WF.BER.' : ' '" ' 7. Sl-fU'tKP.T,
4. MEXnKLXSOnT,' ; - S. WAtLAcK.
Of these portraits, that of the lamented Madame
Sontag is stirpnsirtv- fine nnd particularly to be
commended. Each S3 subscriber on .mailing his
subscription will please toseTrbat two portraits
he chooses. To , club ' subscribers, nnd to all per
sons not sendintr their snLerivt'ons directly to
this office but snb?erfbinw through Rgcnts, we can
only afford "(frbut the great" redn'ction of terms) to
give the choice vf but 0-7- portrait. '
II FitEstt . Mrstr four pages every week
which can be detached from the reading matter,
is paged sep'aratcly and can be bound at the end
of the volume, forming a choice miscellaneous col
JcclifWoT pieces f.-.r'-hrW,To-.tnrce"Trn!l tout
voi -cs; polkas, lnazurkits; - waltzes; music for the
guitar. Sute, violin. hrpi uiu.-ic for youug people;
sacred music, for voice, melodcon and organ. This
music, alone,' costs the proprietor annually 1.70K
and is worth io every subscriber at. least. Jl 2.00 ;
setting' aside 'the advantage of its variety audits
superiority as1 the very pick of all the new wushi
published.- ".'- - . .: .-.; ' ; - -
III. I n'st!;i 1 7iv k Mr?ii. Rkaiinc; embrac
ing a weekly-condensed budget of news from all
parts of the world ; musical stories, biographies,
ete.-: musical essays; crilicisins. : - .
IV. Enti:kt.umm . Gi:xi:al Rkaoing: cora
prising oiiinnl tr.irslstior.s from the Trench and
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DECEMBER TERM, 1851.
... TRIAL LIST. ,' ,.r, '
Jane nn'nfer vs T.' A. T Hunter. '
Tohn Patchin vs.Iofiab Lambourn. . - -
J.i'ji-s i'liaiitv vs Lurunder i Eriskley:'. -
.it-rciu:an .-..ycre vs Jhrni-.$ -..artir,.
(rrorg.W. Sl-ffT vr H'-b.t 'I.y.le. - . i "
George W-. Sh'.-ff v Lytic it Hem;:. -l
John Sibcrts' vs Moses Pearce ,
Philip Ante.vvs Rigler Kccd. ' -
. Samuel Caldwell vs M. Sterenson. -
Tuokncr k Heiiher v John Stiles. . , .
Oscar F. Moore vs O. P. Wilder.
C. F.-Renaud ts John NoITer' ' - - - '
Renjumin Cooilqy -vsViliain M-' Dugan. . -Thomas
Craven vs Robert Penningiun.
JViiutv Cnrlty vs Janies Cnnshlus. - '- -
C. 1" Renaud vs J(.hit-2S'odier fc Itoussa'ot. -t.trgc.Vi
Csrter 13 Srydc r A Large. ,.. . , .
Conncll l-'fedcriek vs' Henry t'fow.- '" ' '
J. i J. lleynti.TX- AbraSim-Dy r. .''i'i y': Z
George Giil vs Thomas Hull.
Iic:ia-I Ouiglc vs Ji.o. ti Jaiuce 21. Leonard".
J. A .1. M. Lcouard. use of J. j-ouard sM.,t2uigle.
Peter DicUerson vs Vogals .t Ero.;h,r"s'
John Fryniire vs Peter L'atmn.. ' - 'i--Kellev
tDickerson vs H. B. ?liller- '.
II. R." Miller vs Kellev & Dickerson. ' ' . .
II. B. MiikrVs J. M."Kcl!ey.v- '- '""
1 : same '? j: vs .-rsatsc..-; ; - j-, - .
Irwin A iliioinaa-vf Isaac ?fiec. .
Philip Antes vs G. L.'RccJ." ' '".'.'''.'
'J'orbett, Crrino. et. al vs Alexander Cnldwc-IL'
SamuehM-.-Koau vs James AI. Dixon.
LIST OF GRAND JCnORS.' "'
Samuel P. objs, ,n. carpenter. Hoggs'.' "-
John S. Brooks, farmer, Jordan. .
Charles Sloan, justice of peace, P-oggs.
RoheVt .Tohn.-cn. fatracr Jordan
L. W Mucson, farmer, Roggs.
Richarh Ianver. farmer. 1'enn
. Henry Wetzel, farmer. Uell.
f Charles Sholl", farmer, Pcuu. . .
James H. Tle:ciKg. carpenter Curwensville.
John Dressier. Jr ,-fariiicr. I niOn.
Hugh Krise. farmer. Union.
Klia? Hci.dt.rion.. farrner: Lawrence.
" John Moore, gunsmith. :'
John Rayhorne, farmer, Morris.
Wiili.i:!! h. Mcrrell. farmer, Morris.
Samuel ii.-on. firmer. Rradford.
James Gunsalus. farmer-. Karthaus.'
John Gulich. cubiiictinaker, Clearfield.
Asa Young, farmer. Huston.
William Feath. carpenter. Purnside.
Tolbert Dale, fanner, Rrady.
i M. Johnson, farmer. Grady.
Schooly Scott.fiii-mer. Woodward.
George Ross, farmer. Pike. .
LIST OF.TRAVLItSL JURORS. - -John
Schofi', fanner Deccaria. : . :
Thomas Kyler, farmer, Morris.
Robert Swarts. farmer, Morris. '
Joseph Syhowalter, farmer. Morris.
Amos Keed. farmer. Pike.
John Welch, farmer. Pike.
Peter Mays, fanner, Pike.
John Miies, farmer. Ferguson.
G. W-. Shimmel. fanner, Hoggs. '-
Henry Irwin, farmer. Lawrence. - .:.
J. B. Larmoy, luuibcrmau, Covington.
Joseph Trwin, farmer. Lawrenc e. '
Arthur Pell, farmer, liell.
Lhn. J, Read, farmer. Lawrence.
Thomas Hcwit. farmer. Huston,
(i. D. Goodfollow. lumbcnii an. Lawrence. ; -'
Philip Chambers, farmer." Huston.
A. S. Leonard, farmer. Goshen. i -Daniel
ll.u iiotk, I'aruicj, Rrady. ,
James Albert, farmer, llecatur. .
George. V.T. Long, innkeeper. Rrady.
Jacob Ake. merchant Rurnsitlc. ; " ,
AVilliam Lrisbcn. farmer, Rrady. .
Samuel Diss, farmer, Curr.side."
John W. Nelson., farmer. Rrady. .' - . . s
Anthony 11 He, firmer. Penn. .
I'aniel Itishcl, farmer! Brad-.
John LabordeJr.,' farmer, T'nion.
'Reuben Caldwell, farmer, Jordan. - -Frederick
Holiopeter, farmer. Union.
William Antes, farmer, Bradford. .
John Hare, farmer, I'nion. -
John Peters, farmer. Bradford, r .
Peter Labroile. (of John) farmer, I'nion.
Witliani K. Wrigley, farmer, Bradford. '
Abrahaiu Byers, farmer, Woodward.
JACKSON CRANS Attorney at Law. Of-
fice adjoining residence. Clearfield. Pa.
' ' ' : J -.May 2il. '54ly?
just received' at the Cheap"
MOSP '4 POTTARFF.
June 1 1, "14
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