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I Tub Lady's Book. Godoy and his Lru
dy'a Boole are itill aheadif 'not in time,
in taste and elegance. Tho August num-
tp! ll'tllnll Id VintnwA im ! v... ...111. ,1.
l'rct' .',ndlihment of religion or prohibit- choicest litoraturo and lnott lusty cmbol
'l'' ..tse thereof: OR AIillllH;- Bailments.
JTrnVESDAV. JULY 17. 1801. ;
cr voluntarily surrenuerca iiimsuit as ,a
prisoner. In tho case of e.x -Senator
Green the writ was granted,
fro ..a.rwtf tit.' ttitii.'fii siit
uif Pltl't or the right of the people
...emblo noil to petition the Got-
arsenal, on the ground that tho petition- Unfortunately, a largo party of Chippe
was, anu also parties ot AssimUoines and
Ores were encamped at .St. Joseph, and
the Chippewas fired on tho Sioux while
they were in" tho act of entering Governor
Wilkin's house. Tho Sioux took posses
sion of the house, and, removing the
"chinking" from between tho logs, re
turned the lire'with ell'ect. From this
time until midnight a constant firing was
kept up between the Indians. Six Chip
MAltniED On the Itth Inst- by Isaae Le
mon, Esq., Mr. Luke 8. Munn to Miss Phebo L.
Deauii, both of Brady township.
HjuttEaoiralbmirg ik u It l ,
LB THE KS BURG,
WILLIAM EHKD, Proprietor.
',. ; july 10, 1301. ly.
Later Cul. Smith Reinforced and the
TrCoPS.Frouta.lparUofourcoun: llS'Sn EcohStnS
Coiutitui y wo hear the most gratifying accounts of command at Mimrna whs reinforced ly
4 l.n nr.m - I . U . 1 I I .. Oll I . ,., , , , ,1 1 I I ! . . t : . . e. .
-i . .. . .. ... ., i.., ,...v,u i .. j i ' .... iowas, three .Sioux, and iwo Assiniboines
C Time at Tyrone. "mo "ioni it assercci mat there wi - were killed during tho struggle. Govcr-
r .he Pennsylvania U more wheat gathered this harvest than T' 'J' " fe 'C Wilkie's daughter,, in losing within 1
t;j ,nj,u.rtaolOtbutjuuo wiiibeo. (he collective yield of tho last four or five commander, was forced to' abandon his range o tho comhatanls, was severely
". 1 - .. . .1 . . - ... . . . V minded in tile thlL'h hv mi mrnw.
' tis3 leaVIXO eastward. J".1 4l u.y weatner snoricneu uUi.1.,erauS( ... " A Mr. McFetrMge describes the scone as e authorised to settle and co.lieet .11 debts due
- ' ?" ?" 'to &,SSSk terril.1, r.i,ni andrelatesiasof,..!,.. H. J. PAT..
J1"""..... .p.viso westward. . t- , t0 have been killed, is only severely B""" r1". !'."-.7'
la.." eoo J chan co for them ' Corn. ,in nlimi .rnn,i...t ...;n - i ...l.i.. : ".a bon oi uie riuoi, j;w
. .... . ' 1 ' I limn inii'i in an om Ion
looKs temaiKabiy well.
Dissolution of I'ahtxkrsiiii'.
The partuorslilp of l'atton, ilipplo Co., wu
dissolved on tho 13!h day of June, lsfil, by the
withdrawal of II. I). Patto'o. The looks of the
luto firm are in tho lianj. ol'IIipple itFiUft, v. ho
t ' t.... .,,,1 V,i T.!n W(
, 1I0 at Tyrone.
ffoiin Readiso The Oration of L. J.
iMiEsq nhich will be found on our
Gen. Ta'.toii will please Hccept pur
ink! for a copy of the report on the
.bitrnoted Indian li.iuJd
jjvur Lutliersbuig friends must bear
ih a- ditotlier weeK, when tho proceed
j of their late celebration will be given
Fjtil Accident. A man named Jacob
mlt a citizen of I rady township, was
, led on Tuesday the 'Jih inst , while cut-
timber tor a new bain.
Ort.viNQ Oct. -Our citizens will find
dryoung friend, 11. H'. Smith, very pc-
wmodating uiul polite by calling at hi
;ir il'ore Koi th Second street. Prices to
;: the tiaios.
IgyThe War lippartmont mule a
uiiUon on l.ov. t-urtin. last weetc ror
n fifteen reeimri'ts of Pennsylvania
joi iion ut. the various eiicumpiuenU
Oil Boys. Tho two Clearfield oompa
M a will bo teen by tho imwn from
M. MoC'Icllnn's column, were ordered
jib Cumberland to enter Virginia, and
iutcrci-pt tie retreat of the Virginians j ltI',ltini;
alou ECiir licverly on the 1-lh nut.
PntBio.N's Maoazlvk for August is ul-
Jy on our table, and is ono of the
jl l;i?ciliating nuiubeis iued. It
Air deserve the lug'i reputation it en-
i, as being one of tho nio.il iutoi'C.-.liiig
THE WAR HEWS !
" . , I ! II ,1 1
Confederate J roojtat 1-airfax Nation. hin,sclh .. f-.WI.rii
MOVEMENTS l.V WESTEll
Falls Ciiurcii, Fairfax County, July 12. ,U progress was stopped at tho threshold
There were five regiments veMerdav l)V onei of the Sioux nlenvim? LU bead
ig immediately in and around Fair- through to the chin with nn axe.
Ono Chippewa, I T.., , .,,'
.1 n i.;, ""J""'"-!'-
V UVi.t, 1 M PIIUI - i . . .. . -
three tiiuej in an endeavor to enter thei TVT'Tlt'H. All puraona buvins uneettled ao.
1 oounlaon tho boc.ki of tlio lut' nrm of Pat
ion, liipple & uo., will cull anil settle too mine,
-r.r ir, lax toiut 1 1 oufc, with eighteen pieces of I The house occupied by the Sioux is
.ii.y Ji- heiu artillery in all, and twelve pu ces be about two hundred feet from the river
Battle at Rich's Mountain.
Wasuingto.v July 13. The following
dispatch from Gen. MuClollan was receiv
ed to-day at the Army Head-quarters:
TSfveih r. Iu!v 12t.li. 1HC1.
CV. E. D. Townsaul. WashimiloH, J). V. ,' they are all now bivouacking nightly, as
The success ol to. day is all that I could though on tho march. This is, of course,
desiro. We captured nix brass cannons, a preparation for an attack from u, a ro
of which on is rilled, all the inemy's treat or a forward movement. I, howev-
camp equipage and transportation, evci. er interpret u to mean inat iiioy expect
to his cups. ' speedily to hnvo to full back on Mauuas-
Uie number ol tents w iil probahly reach i is junction but we snail soon see wnai
two hundred, and more than sixty wng" we shall see.
ons. i ney nave natteries commanding every
'1'heir kdled and wounded will amount Approach by road to the Court House, and
to fully 150, with 100 prisoners, and more trees are felled in all the neighboring
coining in constantly. j woods. The 1 il'th Alubama regiment, is
1 know already of 10 officers killed and camped at the intersection of the lirad
( ing m Oattery. I he three most r.UvanceU The Chippewas surrounded it, and, to
regiments are from South Carolina. Imaka their Cfonpe, tho Sioux were com-
I From the Court House back to Centre- pelled to run that distance, and wade tho;
ville the woods are lined with them, (dis I river to the soutii bank, in tho face of a
union troops), in what numbers, exactly, 'constant lio from their enemies. This
I am not ablo to write. Their baggage, : they did, aided by the darkness ol the
;&u., from Fairfax Station, Las nil been night, with but the loss of ono warrior,
' : .l l i. i. it - i .. .li t . . i i . .i f.i . . . .
i.iiTieu uiick to iuii.iiiassus o uiiuiion, uuu w no was iouuu ucau i.v ine Liiippewas in
the morning, on tho south bank of the
stream. I he Sioux left behind them
us it is iiuporUnt tint the book a be cloned with
ns litlle cluluy as possible. i:, A. Jllfri.h
July-3d-lS61. pd DAVL. FAUST.
IV. M. M'CUl.LOUGII,
t CLEAiiriKi.n, Pa.
Oflice In Urahnm'H Uihk JJutldlnp.
July 3d, 1861 tf.
ELECTION 8ATURDAY OF AL'CiLSX.
Tbtir ixlruat is complete.
I occupied Beverly ly a rapid march.
Uarnett abandoned his camp early thfc
morning, leaving much of his equipage
Ho came within a lew miles of Beverly,
but oui rapid march turned him back in i
great cunfusinn, and ha is now letrealing '
on the road to St. Goo'ge.
I have o.-dered Gen. Monis lo follow I
him up closely. j
1 have telegraphed to the tio Pontic,'
sylvaniu regiinunu at Cumberland to join ' between James
Iji'u. Hi.l at lvowiosburg.
dock roal with the road from the Court
House to the Fairfax Station.
From Fortress Monroe.
Fortress Moxnon, July 11. J. T. Song
ster, of Col. Baker's Hegimetit, a native of
Philadelphia, was shot by mistake by a
sentry, on Sunday night, and died jes
Thirty men of Cul. Wardrop's IJegi
ment bad mode a reeor.noissanco within
nine miles ol i oiktown. iiiey went up
iver and Great Bethel.
flie General is 'At the latter place there are posted 00
all his iro:ps at liowles-
Confoderate cavali v and 100 artillery.
One hundred recruits from New York,
for Cel. Duryea'a regiment, have arrived
Tho time of tho ifascachusettg regi
ments will expire on the KHh, and that
Soi'ms'i. I.ii'iit. loi)(;t", who, by tho
is equally the goutlemaii and the
Jit-f, will bo at Wards hotul at Tyrone,
Saturday next, ready to receive any
jur young niPii who may wish lo join
d'.S. cavalry ecrvicein tho relubraled
lull Da.hi. Tho Washington CuJols' Su.
Bstd, of this plaeo, rccpicst us to say to tho
asniof Cloarfiold and vicinity, that they are
Mini of tome new instruments; and propoBO to
irieme uf their choice music on Friday eve-
t llicir room, at nbich time they will bo
wpy to receive contributions for that purpose.
biifPour cHiions will con'ribnte liberally, la
IiiiiLti!eau cntorpr'ze, , ,
The Primary Election.
P.)' tlio proceedings nf the Democratic
Hiding t'oiiiinlttae, which we have pub
liicd fiom time lo timo, our Democratic
cuds ire awar th.it tlio rriniary Klcc
n will be held on the 2d Saturday of
.locust next. Of this fact we preniiuie
wreqxetive Committees of Vigilance
ill cive timely and general notice, in or
burg, and will cut on (iamett .s retreat
near est Union, or, il possible, at !M.
1 may say that we have driven out tome
ten thousand Hoops, strongly entrenched,
with the loss of 11 killed and 3" wounded.
The provision reuirns found here show
GanieU's force to have been ten thousand
men. They were Cistern Virginians,
Teniiessecans, Georgians, and, I think,
ouniiiiimus. . : I .,. .....i.,.l 1... ..
To-moirow 1 can give lull detuiN as tol'"b .,.v... .v
A I Government here:
P7lzi Gen. Cox has, by tl.N time, I,. mUi hm
i u i ,f ,i. i.- .,, ,.i, - ,ii ... ivoi. r ieai i ..as cuuie .11 rjin tiiisnrr euuu
ili-it'nri Wisf n it ol tllLl Jviin itvr.a nlli'V. c . . - 1
ol the First Vermont a few days later.
Col. Sii'ijel's J juts Battle.
Wasuinctov, July I'J, The following
i the account of the recent battle of Coi.
, 1 1 ,111,.,,. .,,,, 1; 1 1 , i I tv, Missouri, w ilh news of an engagement brigade of kcntuckians in t
it case 1 shall ha e nccoinpliMlieU the , , , . . 1 o- 1 1 . w 1 1 1 11 .
r vi,..,:..i.. near Carthage, bu'ween Col. Sieged and aieseivieo. U e should like I
0l ir1 ' r, r"f V. UoT.Jiu-kson. We lost 8 killed and 45 is-.iderslood bv neutrality i
1 1 . . 1 , ' A : .. 1 M. ;,.r .... 1 1 . .
1 .ur ...r.-.-...-v,. -""t-i woun(1(1(L werepulsed tba cnemv. 4.000
of my operations. '" E, , AN ' lor 5,000 strong, nilonced tl.e.r artillery.
r . (, ., i;i,,', ii,,,t ,,r i iii.'in I look 80 horses, and killed nnd wounded
J' i '""la largo number
Special Dispatch from Gsa HcClellan.
The following continuation of the above
intelligence was received in this oily, jes
teaday, bv the brother of Gen. MoCh-U. n:
J'.evkiii.v, July 12th, 1SC.1.
IV. Adu McCUlLtn: Dear Sir Wo
have routed the enemy and driven him
out of Western Virginia. O ir loss is very
biiiall ; theirs large. Tcck all their guns,
tents, wagens, io. Garnett is in full re
treat, and niy people after him. All well.
G. B. MeCi.Ei.LAN, Major General.
The War in .JliMouri.Vore JJriJje
Our two batteries did
most of the lighting, and lost six horses.
Generals Lyon and Sting's are not mere
than four clays distant."
BY LAST NIGHTS MAIL.
T1IK (JLKAHF1KLI) liOYS ix T1IK
Gov. Bigler was at Ilarri.-burg yester
day, (Tuesday) and sent the following dis
patch to his sou at Tyrone at 7 o'clock on
I Holiday evening:
I ,... i i... i i i. , ,i i .
j ' Ll 1 UUJ 9 U.IV1 il U1U911 iu-uji , lunula
Ihiity-two horses, in addition to thoj
twelve stolen ones, and tho dead bodies of
three of I heir warriors.
Mr. JfeFelridge states that the losi-.
dence of Gov. Wilkie resotiibled a slaught
er house, on the morning after the eon- j
fliet. Fivo Chippewas and two Sioux were
lying derd on the floor, which was covered
with their blood. Tho Sioux did not I
scalp the dead Chippewas in the house, j
nor mutilate their bodies. Tho Chippe- (
whs were more brutal ; they cut up the
bodies of their dead foes, and burned I
Although the half breeds of St. Joseph
refrained from taking any pail in the fight, '
they are apprehensivo ot an attack Irom a
body of Sioux, now encamped ut Devil S;
Lake. 1 he fcioux promised to return, ana
settle accounts wjth the Chippewas, in
numbers like the mosquitoes a very for
cible simile in that locality.
Congress appropriated, a year or more
ago, S30.000 lor the erection of a fort on 1
1'embina river, to prevent such outrages I
as this. YVewuhmit that the occurrence
here related indicates the necessity of im
mediate action on the pnrt of the Federal
Government. There should bo a perma
nent military post located at St. Joseph,
or in that vicinity, immediately.
The Lexington tStulf.witui of tho 9th inst.,
chronicles the departure ol "as gallant a1
corps of citizen soldiers as ever kept .tep ,
to niaitial music, for tho Confederate
The sameraper unc'crt.mds that "twen-,
ly Kentucky 'companies -iie row concern-
tratingut Camp Boon," ami predicts that ;
in two mouths there will bo ten such
brigade of Kentuckians in the Confeder-I
lo know what
What ara tho Union men of that State,
who recently gave a majority of 50.0110 for
Union Congressmen about, that they per
mit companies to be organized under
their very noses for the rebel service?
Patriot and I'nbn,
Iitox Ci rv Coi.i.e.ie. The following ex.
tract from a letter of ono of tho recent
graduatesof the lnox Citv coi.lehe, rifts
burgh, l'a., ppenks foi itself:
" Every young num who would tlior
ouhly prepare himself for business, should
avail himself of the advantages here alfor
ded. Students aro not learned, but tauout,
and that with all the thoioughi.ess and
precision the subject demands, by tho
most skillful av.d accomplished iiuiruc
Dining tlio pabt year wo havo introduced to
ho notice of the medical profession of this coun
try the I'urt Crytuliscd t'hlurtdcnf I'mpylnmut,
hum Ei) y rim hiirumatism;
Ye are authorized to announce Qn. James H.
Larrhner, of Clearflold, aa a eadidale fur the
Legislature, lul.ject to the action of the Ilcuio-
crutio party of Cloarfield county
We aro nutlioihod to announce the namo of J.
R. Itoed of Lawrcnoe t., for Aa.-wjiaie Judn,
according to the action of the Democratic party
at the primary election.
We are authorised to announce the name of
John 1. Uhomptoa, of Curweniville, as a candi
date for assoeiulu Judire nubjoct to the action
ol tho Democratic party at the primary election.
Wo ore anthoriaf d to ai.nounco the name of
James lilooiUi of liloijm towniihip, aa a eaudiduto
for the ollioo of Associate Jade, subject to tlio
notion of the Domocratic party at the primary
We are autlmriiod to announco the nna e of
lieniiunin Honsull, of Ilrady tp., nsa candidate fur
Aseooiute ud'e, subject to tho action of the
Democratic party at tho primary el 'Ction.
We are nuihorizod lo announce the iiauio of
Jacob Wilhelin of Urnham if.., ns a candidate
for AsBiwiule Juoge, tulijo it to the action of the
Democratic party at the primary election.
We are authorized to announce the namo of
Orier Dell, Knq., of FerRUSon township, as a can.
didato for Anociate Judge, rjlijcrt to the decis
ion of the Democratic purty at the I rliniiry iloc-
tion. J'"y 1".
We are authorized to anuounco the uatno of
Oeorfre Krhsr.lt, Erq., of Knox townahip, 4
candidate lor Associate Judgo, nubjoot to the de
cision of the Doiuocrutio purty at tlio l'riiniry
election. july H).
Wo aro authorized to announce tho iiume of
Johu AV. Sliugnrt of Clearfield borough, as a eiu
didnte fcr Asocir.to Judge, subject to the decis
ion of the Dcmocratio party at tho Primary dec
We are authorized to announce tho name of
John Irwin. cn., of Lawrence- township, mil
ii i r . .., ... I. ,t 1. 1 candidate for Associate Judge, aubject lo the de-
uu uu.u.j, .v.,.v .v.., (eUionof the Demoeratie purty at tho Triiuary
Jlurnintjto Obftruct tlie Pamttje. of h,g t!ie enemy, without loss.
Icderal Jroojig. j From another passenger ly tho slige
,kT. Ions, July 10. On , Wednesday lnt evening wo are informed that none of
morning Col. Smith's camp near Monroe u CuJds .y6ro it,juro,i Uit that some of
station, Uni ty miles west ot Hannibal, . . . .
itr thai the expression at the polls may
ctkt of the entire i art v. numbei ing .00 men, was aUaoKoU Uy
i i i.... i' ... .1..;....
1. .. .. . .1 ..I.: ...,.:.....,..., ,,. l.OUll secession irvuun, iinunr vicu. iinuiD
4 - .- Ah i no I'll sii run. sen. the rd'leial troons
prly actirn," and "party organialion. . ,ll0 aUlu.k. killing four and cap-
thit'tii.'l. t not from Democrats. I turing live. Col. Smith retreated to Mon-
Ho far firu.i Ihii. Leinir a time fur the Dein-'roe. where he was again uttacked, but re-
O - . T . 1 . I. - . I . I .
trallo rnrty to aliandon its orwilantJon, ! 11 i '
This information is indelinite, is a mat
ter of course, und we aro lelt to conjec
ture that the two l'egiments of ?'oloiiels
lhddlo and Simmons, In obeying tho or-
lateot tidings der ol General .Mcuulan lo nitercejit
!('! inil h oi'.'iii.iid his position. suriouiid the rctreatintr Virainians. encountered
tee very times especially demand its , b ,., e fC(.0,sion loice, but it was'n,,. ; lli0 vicinity of tho tlace called
.....I i . i. . it ill.... ii.. ,.. . . . i
Miino;ou(;li ami compieie orgnanuiu , nclieven lie wouui ue uuie 10 nu.u uu mi : (iVI.;c.c fol,-
every county, township and school-
litnct. Look at the dcjdorarile tondi-
of our country now. Had the prin-
1W ann organization of Iho .Democratic
Gen. OaiiiCit, the comn under of the
Secessionists, is among the slain.
We learu from ilia liarrisburg Vulr'.U if
Culon that Gen Morris, belonging to Gen.
McClellunU'j column, overtook tins re
treating Virginians on the Hill inst., at a
point eight miles South of St. Georges,
where a, hbarp engagement look place.
Gen. -McClellaii reports tho result ns fol-
'"o "' 1 1 ., -ii : i .i. . I ..:.l.-.,J i . ill lows:
uralcivil war, our country "DS oSl.TLer '"We have completely annihilated tho
W'XouM be enjoying unpreccdontc'l a)f0 b?ljt u (ong lU.tachmeiit by the enemy in Western Virginia. Our losses
lperily. If there is ai:y talvulion lor fiuinev and 1'almvia railroad, Willi orders are nut i.i kiiiou, winio me enemy s loss
country, it in ih.-onirh tho Democratic lo onen the route oy to-nigiit.
I'l)'. I-et evety man. therefore, who Qi i.s f.v.111., July 1 1. Capt. McAllister,
July i0. Tho railroad
bridge between here imd l'lilniyia. Mo.,
was burnt last night, also the. bridge on
the l'almvra read, bv the secessionists, in
!rtj Wen failhfully adhered to-had the order to prevent sending troops into Mis
led anl patriotic men of the parly given south (let). Mather bus cent a detach-
ir ...ction to lh.se pielimina. y pros " ; . " , "
l:iiSs, instead of entrusting Iheui lo , ir,si,,i to Marion ' rily. on Hie Missouri
iliOM who only sought i-eir-uggrandiie- nhore, with orders to push from there by
ttrnt-insteud of bein.. in the midst of un land to aid Col. Smith. Ity the route ta
D- . ,. "l.l
from pbyeiciain of Iho Liuhest standing and eh ction.
Irom patients, the
Most Itatteriiig Tcstlmonblsof l!s real valtie
in the treutinont of this painful aud obiti
nate dieasc, we aro induced to present It to the
publio in a form READY 1' )lt IMMEDIATE
USE, which we hopo will couimcnd itsolf to thot e
who are suffering with this ufflicting complaint,
and to the medical pructitioncr who limy feel
disposed to test the poirori of this valublo roia
c.ly. ELIXHt 1'KOPYLAMIXK, in tho form above
6poken of, bus rcccnt'y been extensively expsri
incuted with in tho
and wiln MARKED SUCCESS (as will appear
from tl o published accounts in tho medical Jour
nals.) 'J' It is carefully put up ready fir immedi
ate use, with full directions, and tan bo ohtuincd
from all tho drugguti at 73 cents per bottle, and
at wholesale of HI LLOCK i, CRENSHAW,
Druggists and Manufacturing ClicniieK
july l l.
Wo are authoiizod to anuounco (be name of
Matthew A. Korcee of Hradford township, us a.
candiuate for Associate Judge, subject to the de
cision of the Democrotie party at the Priuriry
election. Juiy ru.
We are authorize I to announe tho namo of
pliij John Ross of Bell township, as a candidate
for Associate Judge, suojoct to tun neiioa oi iue
Dcmocratio party ut the Primary Election.
We are authorised to announce the name of
Joseph titwn, of Lawrence tp., ns a Candidate for
the office of SiiKiurr. subject to tho uction of tho
Democratic parly at the primary election.
Wc are autlorisod to announce the name of John
Mctlaiighey of Lawrence tp. as a candiduto lor
SlieriQ', subject to tho action of the Doinoerutio
party at the primary election.
We are authorized to announce the name of
Jiicoh Faust "f Cnrwcnsville as a candidnlo for
iho office ofSI.eriu", subject to tho action of the
Democratic parly at the primary election.
M'o nre authorized to announce tho name of
Ed wo d Perks, of Morris tp., as a candidate
for tho office of Sheriff, subject to the action of
tho Demoeratie purty at the primary election.
Tho "Clenrllcld County Agricultural Sucicty"
will hold its second nniiiinl fair upon the fair
ground, near tho bniouujiof CleuilU'ld on the
l.iih, lflh, 17th and lsth dnys of OCTOREH
Tho grounds are now bc!ng put in good order,
and tho accommodations enlarged for tho conve
nience nf exhibitors und visitors. A premium
list will shortly bo published,
JOSIAII It. HEED,
WM. MB RIDE,
(I. It. HAT RETT.
wsi Djd lirs B(S'573iircal.
TOST.-A rASS-ROOK was lost on tho Road
Jbi tweeii Curwcnfvillo nnd Clenrliold, contnin-
tors. who five their ttiecial and constant i ing one Promissory Xotc, dated Feb., IUth, lSlil,
' c ... flr... .1.11 C .1 XT .. I.. ...... ...
attention to their puinls. fcvcrv thing u r mij -soveu uunu.n, . e
treated in a scientific and business. like po Promissory 'note dated Ai.ril 2t ., ISfi, cul-i-i
.i ti i i i : linir for titly-two dollars nnd eighty cents, on
manner ; while the I ennni.inship.whicli is T1-mM MuC;,ko . Iln,i two dollars iu money,
taught by the greatest living master ot G'e , r(,c(,ilK Ac Auypcrson fln.ling nnd sending the
art, is unequalled by any thing in the coun
try, IheCollege is pre-eminently worthy
of public patronage. "
A. L. HAllSTHKSS.
,' is not far from -00 killed and the number i
of prisoners wo have taken w ill. amount I
.....v., . -, .... . ,,.,. 11. I. , 1 T !
, " c.l 11'. I 1li:.;J Knm'ninr I una kIiii! l.V HI ICilSl II o iinve eiunuieu I VI
ft. Union, the Cons.itution and our ZlX bnoS enemy's guns in a...
TMn fi'tolu of l,ove Mmen,f' ,,U1? . while placing a picket guard of seven nn rVrrlvu TnVnr, o-ht
'Wbai,ii,u0(l1,,uf DciociaticUood five miles this side of Monroe, Mo. l'"ivo lemble Indian light.
Battle between the Sioux and
Jiidian at St. Jo
I (iuelich fosejih Fry, John S. McKei
' mm. Juhn Jordan.
From tne St. Pauls Pionoer i Dem. of 3d inst. 1 Graham - Levi Ltublcr, llazil Crowell,
e are inuebted to James Mcl'ctrnigo,
81 "ii reins, unite his energies with this men ofC.ptain IVtrie's roinpa.iy, from
ni,ra(ri(,!k. linrl national organic-1 !'iity. wcro alto killed ut tho same
i. time and place
I A lOlTeOI IIUOUI. l,-llo l.ll.unij mraur-
can tav to lh Democrats of Genre lrv b-nve lo-nicbi to the succor of Col.
ttHll.lV ill-it ll.nl ftia liPVi'l f'li ll.nl .Smith.
iron in i. i- i..i.i' f'.i..rt .ti.1v 10 A eenlleman from
il,! "T0 "om ,,mur" ,c,lru'uriM.:i! " .: "t ,r,t left' Bin.. Ul United State, collector t l'em
. .) body r men. 1 1 u kca. ce.y , for Missouri, lie also e-! bina, for Uf particulars of a bloody light
f'wweto make a selection Irom among ' orl tnilt ouo Confederates wero at 'between tho bioux and Chippewas, of
"1U. formini, .w.l,l l.n i-nllml a !..;., Tiont n.ikinif nrenai Bl ions ) wb ich ho was an eye-witness, at St. Jos-
ticket T. ... afnllnmifAir't,, attack Bird's Point, -opposito Cai-,rrh, on tho rembir.a river, on tho 10th of
10. Gen. 1 mow nau neen Fuperscueu in
command of tho secession troops by Col
onel Aikiiif. All was rjuiet ut Cairo.
St. Lotis, July 11. Accounts recetveii
Uloom David Chilson, Adam Weaver,
l'.cccai hi Wm lv. Dickenson, Saaiuel
II. lleinnian, Christ. Groom.
Hell James Savage, Henry McGhce,
Hoggs llolaml Faust, Philip Miller,'
John W. Kejler.
liradl'oid Mathcw Forcee, Edward
Dale, Iieij. Knep.
Brady J. Lever Flegid, Dr. Geo. Wil
son, Jacob Koontz, fSr,
llurnside John King of Keeder, Will
iam King of John, Olhell Sinead.
Clearfield lio. James L. Morgan, Fran
cis Short, Dr. 11. . Wilson.
Chest Thomas Gariley, Win W, Wor
rell, John Smend.
Curwensville lio. Lewis C. I'.loom,
John MeN'aul, A-wis M. Lnporte.
Covingfon F. F. Coudriet, John Briel
Jpo. J. 1'ickard.
Dicatur John Hughes. John Shaw,
P. C. Powiuan.
Ferguson Cortes Bell, Jo'rin A. Howies,
David A. Wise.
Fox .lames McClelland.
Oirard D. J. V. Potter, Leon Coudriet
tx and f hippeiea 1 Bernard McGovern.
ph. Minrcsoia Goshen A. B. Shaw, IuacG:al;
same to mo the abovo reward will be paid by the
subscriber at Lumber Citv,
Lumber City, July-lid pi, Jos. REPKTTO,
nXKCUTDII'!' N I I I 1 1 :. Notice is here.
1 Vbv trlven thai Letters Testumcntnry, on the
es.iito of Ceorao D. Lanieh, lata of the borough
of Cloarfield, deo'd.bavc been gninted to the un
dersigned. All pcrs'ins indebted to said Cetale
are leouircd lo miiko imiuc.liete payment, itLd
thoso having claims rgnlnst the siimc will present
them duly authenticated for setlli'inent.
MA I! I) ABET LANICII, Ex'x
jiily.3-1S0l-6t Jus. T. LEONARD, Lx'r.
Ti.ViJTIOX. ALL pers.,nsnre hereby caution
J ed against buying or in any way interfering
Willi Hie following property, now in tlio possess
ion of Edward (lilnett, of Lawrence tp., via : One
table, ono bureau. 2 pairs ulfhrihteads, one cow
one stovo, one donnhtrouch, one" set of chnirs.
and bed clothes for two beds, as tho same belong
to mo, and havo only been left With hiiu subject
tu uiy orders.
JulyH"W p. J. (jILNETT.
1AL'TIOX."All persons are hereby ciiution
"cd against purchasing or in any war med
dling with, One L'RINDLE and one RLAClv
OX, now iu the possession ol E. L. Miller, of Hell
tp,, as the same belong to me, nnd are in his pos
session on loan only.
July yd-Sl-'OI. F. 0. MILLER.
ClAIM'lOXi All personsnro hereby caution
ycd against purchasing or bartering .for two
certain promissory notes, given to - John
son, respectively doled oil the 25ih of May lust,
duo six uioiilhi alter date, ono calling fr -l
and tho other for $sj, as I am determined not
to pay the i:mo unless compelled by law, ns t
have never received value lor the i.
JOHN McCORD. j
fcggs tp., Jun.2C-ISCl-3t.-pd.
Wo arc authorised to announce the namo of
Conrad Bakor of Knox tp., as a Candidate, for
county C( mmissioner, subject to tho action of the
Democratic parly nttho primary election.
Trrssionof Iho will of the party,' and
give a cordial and unanimous sup .
W lo the whole ticket.
A ErLiAitrj "Prison er." Our fellow
"uiant,. Kratzer. rm- was a passons Cu thnne
fron board the steamer St. Nicholas the has been reinforced, and is
fcAt h tii T.. i.! i ....' in rniipiv the attack.
-ivu osiumuie anu m cii'r.,,v . , , ,rt 'I'l. I
br ii.. tr., l St. Josr.r, July. 10.-1 he express tram
-vj .wroaiuijioip, tiu .... i
Last summer, while tho lion. Charles
Grant was encamped w ith a party of hunt
ers, on Mouse river, twe.ve horses were
J is heroby given that letters of A hniiiistra-
win: vir:u...l... i""" "V" .""''fc,i
i. ill. Hii. nn. in.. I Uie estate of Jacob Kiorchner, Into ol Morris
Huston D. 1'j ler, Goo. Morgan, I hllip ' tnship doeease.l. All persons indebted to said
Havener. estate are requested to nuiko payment without do-
Jordon David W. Wiso, Patlick Gilli-.lav, and thosohaving claims ngalnt the same
can, llobert Paltorson, Jr. ' V'wt hem Jul I,Il,c,,,'"',,"u".,.?r. 'etll-
Karthaiis-Georgo Heekendorn, John ' ,men. . . JOD.N b. UYLAR,
ii t- n:i jun.26-6t.pd. Administrator.
G. Hall, Lvre Pile. ' 1 . .
Knox David Krehard, Henry Shugarts r KRATZER & SON.
(William Sloss JIIJICIIAMS, and denier, in Hoards And
1 Lawrence Samuel Miaflner, V m. 1 .i ghingles; drain and Produce. FR0XT Street,
i Iteed, James McGlaughiin. i above tha Aoadomy Clearfield Pa.,
n.nirlit nato that General Rains, of the t-tolen from bun by a parly of Yankton
State forces, was killed at the battle of Sioux. Ise . lung was heard of the horses . Lumber Uty l o.-Joseph
...... Vi ...I ,.r fi.i Kifpl until the 10th of Juno ast. when a i-artv1 Anthorv Hile, John McDivit
tannage. miu - - v r, . t.: ii. n i.-.,i... 7if.
VOW preparecl Ol unriy-ino ciuux ivnrriurs, iui.-uiiij.nii . aiorris uu .v-i,
4 4 I .1 ... .... 1 - . w'l 1.. ...... I.'. ! 1 InAuan
let. ui inw eiiuuviB. ui uveu 11 ci. nuoei.ii , nini. uro. ...wiv..
iv ilia the stolen Pionert v. for the nuriuso1 New Washington Bo. John M -Cum-
ol a recent : nun gs. i'r. u. w. mewari, .i. n. jsicnturry
..Inan.il. T. TCirKplT '
Jane 12th, 61.
- V .. '.. . t.. i. n I
let Saturday, and as wo are inform- u""? ne. fi.d..v was Monncd at Monrool treaty made between the rembina half-l Dike-Isaac Caldwell, Bli Bloom, llobt.
n... . . . . - ... . . ... I i .,.i .i. V....H.,.. nr UnVon
IT . WW.'
Penn Boss Hoover, Grier Bell, Jr.,
Woodward Thos. Hondorson, Austin
Kline, Wm Alexander.
Union David Welly, John P. Dale,
Uoraco Courtney. - '
of returning it, in pursuance
"PShlc in the highest terms of the! by 400 Confederates, and an effort wade
"ct of their captors, and of the Vir-'. to take possession oT Hi but it escaped
harmed, and backed to nuuson.
W , . "ana' lUCy I St. Lor,.. Mo , July 11. In the United
. and who sent them on their way, gt,lea Circuit Court, this morning. Judge
qwPolo.'isi(i5 in the rnlitfwl kind of a 1 Tunron refused to traot a writ of hahnu
ner for trie brief interruption. ' eorpus tj Capt. Canipbell, confined at tho(
breed hunters and the Yankton Sioux. '
The delegation with the stolen horses a r-1
rived oj'posite St. Joseph about 1 o'clock
in the alteruoonj they immediately cross-'
ed the river and proceeded lo the resi
dence of f?ov. Wilkie, a mombcr of the
late Territorial Legislature.
IN THE MATTI.lt of the sale of tha prop
erty of Williams aud Humphreys, on annli
I cation of F. (I. Miller, Sheriff, T. J, McCullough
was appilntod Auditcr, to distribute moneys
arising from said sale. . ' TKK Ct'R. :
The uudersigncd Auditcr, appointed to report
distribution ol tha monies arising from tho sale
as above stated, fill attend to tha duties of said
appointment St hii oflice in the borough ofClear
lield, on Saturday, the l.'lth day nf July next, at
10 o'clock, A.M , when and where all persens In
terested can attend If they see proper.
T. J. Mi'CULLOL'QII.
Junt.IIth ls-St. ,n Auditor
We are authorised to announco the name of
Jacob W, Campbell, Esq., of Roll township, aa a
candidate f r the office of County Commissioner,
subject to the action of the Democratic party at
iho primary clcoiiou.
Wo are nuthorir.ed lo announco tho name of
Frederick hhoff, of lioccaria tp., n a candidate
for County Commissioner, subject to Uie notion
of the Democratic party al tho primary election.
Wo nre aithorir.ed to announco the namo uf
Jacob Kami of lirady tp., for County Commis
sioner, subject to the action of tho Dcmocratio
party at tho primary ebetion.
We aro authorised th uiiBoiince tho namo of
Wm F. Juliiisi.ii, of Penn township, ns a Candi
date for county Treasurer, subject to the action of
the Dcmoerutic parly ut tho primary election.
We are authorized to announce tho name of
Joseph Shaw, of Lawouco township, as a candi
duto for the c.llieo of County Treasurer, at tlijoa
suing election, subject lo the action of the Dem
ocratic parly, ut the primary election.
We are authorised to announco the name of
Isaac Klino of Hradford tp., as a candidate for
County Treasurer, subject to the uction of tint
Democratic party at the primary election.
We are au'horiicd to announco tho name of J.
A. Torpo of lirady tp., as a candidate fur County
Auditor subject to tho action ol .the Democratic
party ut the primary election.
We nre nulhorUcd lo announoe tho namo nf
Col. C. 8. Worrell, of Chost tp., n a candidate for
County Auditor, subject to thonctinn of the Dem
ocratic party at tfce priuiury election, i '
Wo are authorized to announce the name of
Henry Whitehead of I'nlou township, as a can
didate for County Auditor, subjeot to the decis
ion of the Democratic parly ut tha Primary elec
tion, july 10.
Wo aro authorised to announce the namo of
Win. M. M'Cullough, of Clearfield, as a candidate
f..r District Attorney, subjoet to the action of tho
Democratic purty at the primary election.
Wc ire authorized lo announce the name of
Israel Test of Cloarfield borough, us a candldato
fur District Attorney, subject M tho decision uf
tha Democratic party at the Primary election.
They hnvo just roceived a general assortm"utof
Spring nnd Summer DRV GOODS, consisting of
P K IN IS.
T OP LIN,
L IN ENS,
B HOt )MS.
. S YTHES,
SI I KES,
W 1 N E,
S A LT,
HARDWAHE, QUEKNSWAKK, GLASS,
FISH.. BACON FLOL'H.
AH of which will be mid on the most reasonable
terms for CASH, or approved Country Produce.
C. K KATZr It & SON.
Clearfleld Juno I11SG1.
T AIM.i: AKSOHTMKXT of colored Paiuls.
4 Pry and tlrtund in Oil, in I pound cull",
juit receive. I n J lor sMe at
flllTK ZINC, ground
iu 2 lb. rnns, at