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I , I'm township.
Hi ri nua tow nship.
CI. arlicld borough.
William 'i I"
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., ho S. riadebach,
V. M. Wester,
W. A. Maacn,
Jiariil F. Smith,
Henry Goml lander,
H. J. llniuea,
W. W. Worrell,
Sisr,n,.K 'I'll UN per Storm. Laut Sab
l.tli evening, in the in'ul.st of a blight snow
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aioriii, uiiiin iiimmn i
liea'li III tllll place. ;
A gpnilemnn from the southern t.art of
e , ' '
the cotli.ty, informs us that the bulk of
thfi Bloi nt was in iliut section, ud lire-
aetilnl many very rtniiukable feuiureb.
Tho tltnn wan about 5 V. M., the snow
ih ;;( ndud thick tun f.ist, rendering the
attuos.hire tn ilark that each fcuccesbive
flaiili ol lightning taimeJ u brilliant illomi
nation, folloivoJ by loud and continuous
peals of lliumlnr. The i ranged, tmrt of
it tvft that there was not a particleof rain,
and the ihermouieU'r stood at ten degrees
bvov the freezing point. .
VBt liiK War Wit t. Em. TLo fol
owing reKlutiyn npr oara among loose
r-i-Jnr led at a lioeting of lh inenibets of
Guii'-any A, JOtLh repimenl. 1'. V., nt or
tioif N eop n t Ne', Vn. '1 he dalo of the
roof.ting is not gim.
" Iiwlvol, That there is no other means
nnn- nt our dii-po.-al. lor uppreafing tho
l cbeUion and u-atoring tet.ee to ourcauh-
try. ejconM in at. active an.l determined
,, wy ij I. ov.. o .
proseeut.cn of I he war, until rvery et-jre
-f lienaon, W acoirscd eavte, Shall Le
Hero shveiyh no doubt referifd
ihe ''rocursed .caute" ol the war. aud
nt y one can toll .how long it vriil tftko to
' efrcce'' rt thnt is, 4o wipe it out jhey
enn app;oxinialo ttie iLinte ivhen the var
Uni'ABAitoK Cau.hu ron The reader
tv ill rrtucmber our notice a few vt eekf-ao,
of the indivJiitv olleiol to tho Coliun ie-
aioiH t s of Cli-HtSokl county in
if the OntnliiiPsioiicrs of Vettnne.o county.
III referring t this afjiiir, the Verango
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Sy.ef.M'ir, in Iho name ol the pcpleol,
that county iiuis calls unon their County,
Commissi'ji.eis either to . clioavcw the
'gro iiibuli," or "iisi-nmo (l:e reM'cnsi
hility." "The trcpcnfibilily of ll.is gto?s insult
to the Coniiiiie.-ioiiei's of (.'lemlield ctn'tity
is i;i be decitred by ihe. jction ol'eurCom-niik.-.ioii'Mf.
We know nothing o( the
enke, except n slated above; yet ihe acr
c- inpl.iiiicd of nitiat meet the condi inna
tinn of every man who regards the aniens
ii ics of life. If tome unatit hoi i.ed per
a.m has done this, the Cominissinnt-ra o(
he county owe it to themselves and to
'the people of Venango to disavow Ihe act
;y removing the peraon who did it from
iitjr employ, (ttherw ise they assume the
COPPERHEADS" w. REPUBLICANS.
TUB DKMOCRATIC IiOCTItlNE.
I an fir gi'l ting buck theSotithem States
r,;r nnd lionorable means, il sticli a
.thing be rwS'blo; and I will hopo for the
''The Union 1 desiro is a union of hentts
and of i.i'rtds-.fUfh. as our lathers pave u.
Nothing I. t,at!B,'y nie ll)n the
I 1IONAS II. tiEYKOI R.
inr. Rtpi-niicax i:.0, Ttsr.
I will not Btultily myself b)' '.supposing
that we have any w arrant in the ConstiiV't'
tion for this proceeding.
This talk of restoring the Union as it
wai, uuder the Constitution rta il is, ia or.e
of the absurdities w hich I have heard re.
peated until 1 have become about sick of
,!, The Union can never be restored aa it
was. There are uiuuy things which ren
der such an event impossible. Thia Un
ion never shail, with my consent, be res
tored un ler Ihe Constitution as it is. with
eWvtry to be protected by it.
Hon. Thaddkls Stktens,
the Administration leader in Congress.
STATr.M V.VT of the CLEARFIELD COUN
TY BANK, for tho month ending Feb. 28,
Bills discounted -Pennsylvania
Specie - - - ...
Duo from other Banks
Bank Notes of olhor Hanks .
T'. S. Treasury legal tender A demand
Checks. Dralls, to. - - .
Over dralta, -Furniture
Cost of Plates, rfe.,
I". S. Revenue Siampe - -
Lois and Expenses,
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368 43 '
am an ,0 !
Capital Stock paid ia . $.iO,6(iO 00
Note in circulation -Due
Due on certif of Deposit,
Interest and Exchange,
JAMES D. 0 RAUAM, Cashier.
OlesrEdld, March 11 , 1863.
12M.&CJ anil Pifiits
WANTED by the subscriber.
riearteld, Dec". I, 1S.
I I I Mil III l ( U)l Ml will
ITi"! f..r the race f.1 Inn i f pupil I malsa
and f. m I s I in V iti. Int. r eh, Pih, 1
'I i ni prr ""loti of I Jr t ii H rrkst
OiHi t hy, Ite-dlng. n rtirif(. Primary
A i rl n.etie and r n . k y.
Higher Arithinot'c, I.ugllab, Grammar,
(".graphy an J llitnry,
Algebra, Gemnatry, Natural l'hlloso hj,
ml llork hrepirfg, 4 "
Lai'.n and Greek Languages, 0 Oil
To students desirous of acquiring a thnrntigh
r.iiKiian r.oniiin. anu woo wikii in i "ii ij i
, , . , ., . ... .,
llitiiM1vna lip TaMr.liitra llna Inatlliiniin nflera
t ' 1 V. I.' I .1 l L ' L 1 . . - 1 . 1
i No pupil rvoeivtd for leat than half acaaion,
ami no deduction made except for protractod
Tuition to be paid at the cloe of the term.
' C. C. BANDKORD, Principal,
I Clearfield, Feb. 4, 18M.ly.
LETTER-SHEET "t'RICE CURRENT"
ARE I'lIlMSIIKU EVERY BATt'RDAY,
Ko. ill f;oi.n m it i :i: I,
BIOOKArUICAL RKF.TC'UKH 01
The Merchants and Manufacturers
THE OPULENT AND THE IEDIGENT,
Secret of Their Success and Adversity,
WILL BE CONTINUED.
Feb. 25, 1S6.1. pd
HE BOARD OF RELIEF for the county of
i J. Clearfltdd, will meet nt the Couimiaaionera'
oflicc, on W cdne.dny and Thuradi.y, tlio
and Zftili Uaya ol March, A. V., lMtl.t.
J1"-jf0"1. .f liBlil',f hnve -irected that the
wile of the eolilior must appear before the board
Hod produce her iworn atntcuicnt detailing name
of '"Idicr, regiment and eompuny; when enliatcd ;
the number ot children, with agii and aex of each ;
,h townaliip in which tbey roaided nt the time
of euliainicut, and tteir ireacnt residence ; and
that ake i without the meant of aupport for her-
aclf and children, who are dependont upon her.
Two witneaaea of credibility, from the township
in ahicb she reaidea, must alan lo pnduoed,
whoje certificate, aworn to before the Hoard, must
act forth (but tho applicant la the persoa he ren
reaeuta herself to be; that tho auttciuont of the
uumbcr and age of her family is true ; that she ia
in destitute circumatancca, and her family in ac
tual want; Mud that all the facta act forth in her
application are juat and true.
Forma containing thoao requisitions can he ob
tained at the office of the Hoard of Relief, when
app.icaiiou ia made and the witneascs appear.
llliieas of the applicant, properly proren, will
excuse personal attendance.
W.M. S. BRADLEY. Cl k.
March 11. IS63.
rnil.ADEI.rillA k ERIE RAILROAD.
rpillS great line traverse the Northern and
-L North weatern counties of Pennaylviibia to
y f Laku Erie.
! u, be'u ll" !1 b h"' ' "hV"" ?'
i ronij lonnjioiu, mid under their tufpiccs is he-
, jnf. rB)ii,ly t.BcJ ,hr,.nUollt itJ rt3 Ifn,f
, lt i Uow in uae for Purscriger ar.d Freight bu-
. aineas from lliirricburg to Sinndimhnning, (1st
' "r- 1 n" f'l "n the til -tern Jlivialon, nnd
c.n. ii,..n,ni.i i,. I"-;- i-u...;i... ,u n .....
Tirrr of Fiitnrntjrr 7'rai'na (it Driliruoil.
Expres Train arrives at 2 10 P. M.
Lxjiri ss Train leaves west 12 45 P. iM.
' Cars ma through withoi t ciuMna both ways
en these trains between Philadelphia and Lock
Daren, and between Baltimore nnd Lock Haven.
Kleynut Sleeping Cars accompany the Express
Train hoth ways between V illiamport and liulti
nioie, and Williamsport nnd Phi'mlclphia.
Foi" information terpectiiig Fassengir business
"iW "lf - n ""' ,
And lor Freight businefS of t ie Cmnnui'i
Agents, ti. li. Kingston, jr., Cor. l.Jth and Market
'",. PhiUdelphia ;
' J. U . Reynolds' trie ;
J. M. 1'rill. Agent N. C. R. R. Haltimsre ;
n.w. iioi-stox. ,cn i j-reigi.t Ag t, l'biia
I.kwih L. Hoi i'T. Ci'sn'l Ticket Ag't. Phila.
Jos. D. I'orTS, tien'l ilnnagcr, Williams port.
Jan. 21, 18113.
IHE CONSTITUTIONAL UNION
Ttie Largest and Cheapest Weekly In the
INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS.
A New and Powerfully Written Polit
NOW IS THE TIME TO SURSCK1RE.
flIIE ovcrwclming evidence of the detertninn-
X lion of tho people to rescue the Government
from the desperate and reckleaa purposes of Abol
itionism, that have so nearly wrecked our once
glorious Uniin and destroyed sll Constitutional
guarantees, indicate nn immediate future full of
events of the most momentous interest. Ceatral
iiatian, Terrorism, and Robbery, will not submit
to dethronement without a atruggle. The con
tett, therefore, has but juat begun I nnd for the
year to ce me, the aotion of Congreeaes, Cabinet.,
and Legislatures, will be regarded with scarcely
res interest than the moroments of opposing ar
mies in the field. The object of the war will be
made again whatsit was before Abolition fanati
eismperverted it simply to crush the rebellion
and restore the Federal authority. There will
also at the eame time be in progress the Groat
Duttlo of the People with the mioiona of Dospnt
lun. and in thia battle the Press, no longer thack
led, no longer threatened with Abolition mobs
and frowning baatilcs, will lake a ready and con
It ia one of the best results of the recent elec
tions that their positive rebuke of the gross and
maJiifc-1 abuse of power by the Administration,
has given 'be people the privilege of light and
e ..l.-u. lirivilecea that will art utiin kaj
Umelv vieMoil. These changei circumstances
'J ' . . r . i .i -
will bring the aci." iu cignesi. in iuo
Government to i fihunal of public opinion,
aid tha Preaa will a'ain become the medium of
the free tuuughta of the pe.'ole, and the fearleaa
i . . r . ' llni'irnm.nl md (..
auvociiie oi voueiiiuouuai
The Proprietors of the CoxsnrrfrrnnAL Umo,
in isauiDg their now prospectus, ae.' before tbem
a field of enlarged usefulness, and it Is their par.
pose to spars no effort to make their paper of no
equal acceptability as a medium of intelligence,
andareeordof events that must absorb publi.s
thought. It will contain full summaries of the
proceedings of Congress and the Suite Legisla
ture, full accounts of the movements of the army,
foreign and uomestte news, literary intelligence,
commercial anl agricultural news, 4c, Ac,
In consequence of the enormous advance in the
price of paper, amounting in three months to
nearly filly per cent, the Proprietors have found
oeceesery to advance the price ol the paper to
Clubs to $1.50 per annum ; but even at this price,
w ff,'rd mnr' reading for the earns money than
any other paper printed In the State. The ad-
Tanc S in, "f6"' 0,,0-
Among olhor aumctioos ia contemplation, we
shall eommence, ia the first timber ia January,
a new and tHiwerfulW written Politiea.1 8torv.
founded on ths eveuts immediately preceding the!
"i. . I'' 01 U " i
Hit interior in raising and forwarding Clubs,
I'L-U I13 .
Single copies, one year, J so
Two oopioa, ( one address,) 1 50
Ten oopiea, 17
Twenty copies, so to
TJT'All eafcacn'-Kioae to ht paid inmriably fa
TH03. B. FLORENCE k CO.,
Publishers of CossTITfTloHal Umos,
K'o. ISO Snath THIRD Street, Philadelphia.
Dte. 3, i.3t
1 1 1 I 1
Offlre f I M I INIHI'.,
rl f!.-'i ItM'tln A0f.1T,
li J tt (oiiki; k to., nnUr,
111 BOl TH THIRD PI ItEK.T,
Philadelphia, Not. 1, W2.
1 1 Ml H nndei signed, hating een ip olntrl ft: a.
1 ariirTin ytuaar ly lh S.irelnry of the
lrrauy, la now prepared ti furniah, atnce, Ilia
NfwTwfnty Tear 6 prr cent. Iiouds
of tin United Slnles, dealinati-d as "'ire-7W.
, . . . . . . , -
lie", fcdffinab at tin pleat lire of tba Ijnvarn
inent, after Ave years, and auihoriied by Act of
Congress, approved February !.', 1 f fia.
The Ctd l"t.N 1IOXD8 are Issued In sum of
$.'n, $mo, liiio, f moo.
The HrnisTna IIoniib In suuia of $j0, $100,
$500, f 1000, and $6000.
Intereat at Six per cent, per annum will oum
tnence from dale of purchase, and ii t
PAYA11LK IN GOLD,
Retnl-Annually, which ii equal, at the preaen
promiutn on gold, to about Kioar rta cunt, rita
Farmers, Merchant!, Mechanics, Capitalista,
nnd all who have any money to irvest, should
know and remember that these Honda are, la ,
effect, a rill.Sl' SIOHTGAdE upou, all Rail-i
roads, Canals, Hank Stocks and Securities, and
the Immense produot of all the Manufacture, d el
Ac, in the country ; and that the full and ample
proviaion made for the payment of the Intereat,
and liquidation of the principal, by Custouia Du-1
tioa, Excise Stamps and Internal Revenue, serves .
to make these Honda the I
Sest, Most Available and Most Popular
Investment in the Market.
Subscriptions received at J' Ail in Lepnl Ten i
der Notes, or notes and elm ks of Hanks at par
in rbllndolphia. riuoscrihers by mail will re
ceive prompt attention, and every taoility and
explanation will be afforded on application at 111 i
A full supply of Honda will bo kept on hand
fur immediate delivery,
JAY COUKE, tSulicrijitlon Ayent. ,
Nov. 12, 18(12. 3ia 1
is hereby given tjmt Letters of Administra
tion have been granlod to the subscribers on the
estate of Joshua Armstrong, lato of Lawrence
township, ClearDeld county, deo'd. All persona
indebted to aaid e.-dato, are requested t make
immediate- payment,' and thoao having clniinn
against tho smite will present thorn duly authen
ticated for settlement.
SOPHIA AHMSTUON'H, 1
HAHNABAS AHM3TR0XQ, J
Clearfield, January 2B, WS.l. pd.
Dissolution of Part nership.
rfll II Co partnership horotoforo existing he
J rwecn the undersigned in the cnachmuking
buainess in the borough of Curwensvillo, is llusi
day dissolved by mutual enscut. The books
and accounts are dcaircd to lie closed with aa lit
tle delay as poaaible of which all torso us hav-'
ing unsettled accounts will take notice. I
Cuiwenavillo, Fub. 2:id, II. KERNS,
1863,51. paid. J h. ,M, LAI ORTK,
V.I IMAM A. WAl.l.At'It.
JOHN U. II A I.I,
WALLAOIS & HALL,
Attorneys at Law,
iir .1 i if c,-l T
Watches, Jewelry tySilvcr-NV are.
HE nndorsigned would rcspoctfnllT invito
vnur attention lo bis well selected stock ol
Fine Cold and Silver WATCHES, Fin (lold
J EWELR Y, of every kind and variety of styles
com: rining all of tho atWKST and must hjaiti
Also, SOLID SILVER WARE. 7ao to Coo.
and the best make of Silver J'ulnl It'nre. Each
article ia irnrraultd to bo aa represented. I
flrWatchea and Jewelry carefully repaired
ana saliatacuon guaranteed.
(Siicretsor In tStmiffW if- J'irn,,)
No. 622 Market Sircet, Philadelphia
March J, 1863. 3m. pd.
A National Democratic Newspaper,
To he jiulfiafidl uifi nnd Weekly in the City
af Philadelphia, by
A. J. GI.OSSItREXNKU .1 CO.
A. J. ei.ossBi'.KSHr.ii F. J. rini Nn w n. wim.sii.
"THE A(iE" will advocate, the principles snd
policy of the Democratic party, snd w ill, there
fore necessarily favor tho restoration of the Union
as it nss, and defend the Constitution of the Uni
ted States, and that of this Commonwealth.
It will freely and fairly discuss all lifgilimnto
subjects of newspaper comment, including, of
course, and pre-eminently ut this time, all idea
tions connected with tho oxlstitii unhappy con-
Idition of our countrr.
It will learlcssly criticise Ihe public acts of pub-'Just give mm a call on court-week, orut nny other
lie ser'-aius, and defend the legal nnd constitu-, time, and see for yourselves. lie would just ra
tional rights of individual citincns and af sover-1 'nind the public that his shop is now on Market
eign States, against assaults from any quarter, i street, in Shaw's Row where you will find him
it will seek to awaken the minds or the people jui aa aaon as usual n noi a tittle thorttr of
to a proper aense of the actual condition of thejCAaii than he would like to be.
Republic to present to them, truthfully, the' All kinda of work on hands and made to order
fcurful perils ia which we stand aa a nation to i a ahort notiec, and aa wcll'made, and as good fits
exhibit the magnitudo of the teak that is bofore j as con be "skoered" up here or elsewhere,
them, if thoy would check our downward trogresa ' 'ift-Don't forgot the shop on Msiket street,
and to inspire them with patriotic dctermina-
tioa to apply Tiir. behmy for our national ills.
In brief, it will, in all things, aim to be the
faithful exponent ef Democratic principles, and
to render itself worthy to bo an organ of the
Dcmocratio party, under whose auspices our
country prospered so long and ro wel'. The
restoration of that party the party of the Com
STiri'Tioa and the Uniur to power, In the legis
lative and executive governmental branches of
the States and of tho Union, we believe to be no
cessa ry to avert anarchy, and tho utter ruin of
the Republic. To contribute to that restoration :
will bo our highest aim. I
The News, Literary, Commercial, and other
departments, will recoive due attention, and will I
be an conducted at to make "Tan Aoe" worthy I
Vi.'&.lhe "iny Uitt.eii Ilea now surroiiml.ng an
Tu.-.,... v. .... u. ..... U ...u v,,
( undersigned are engaged, require thorn toappcal
to Iha tiuhlia for a o-ennrnna aitlinorl. anil toftalr
undersigned are engaged, require thom toappcal
to the public for a gonorons aupport. and to ask
for "The Agk" a liberal putrunugo and extended
The proeent llate of the preparatory arrange
M.n,. ..nam. .h. .mMtnlin. . , lias r...
mum. nnii..Mia .uw v"v w ..ut. , .ur. .liw llll..
number of the Daily will appear before the close
of the present month, (February. 1863.) The
Weekly will be issued loon thereafter.
Per annum, $2 00
Six months 1 00
Three Mouths, 50
10 copiea ono ad's 17 50
20 " .'12 00
30 " ' ii 00
Per annum, $6
Six Month, 3
Three Montna. 1
Copied delivered at
tho coui.ter and to
Agents & Curriers 2cts
jr-rt Payment required invariably in advance,
... . ... rtflCMI pv v-rii . r.r
Address, A. l. itiiu.5cnivr...i ci a
Feb. 2, 1863. 430 Chestnut at Philadelphia.
T . r Illr""Jj- ' ...A v, rt
HB eiihecriber havo a modium eued FIRB
TROOF SAFE, nearly new, which they will
dispose of very cheap.
REED, WEAVER A CO.
Clearfield, June 25, 1842.
DK. M. WOODS,
w-tanACTrclNfl Pkvsician. and Kiamininz eur
I t geon for Penaioia. Office Sonthwo.t corner !
Second and Cherrv streets, Clearfield, Pa.
( , January 21, 1863. ly.
WM. M'C'lLIiOlJfiH, Attobssv at
, Law, Clearfield, Pa. Office with L.J..
( Crana, Esq., 00 Seeond etroot.
March 26, 162, tf.
VJ. PATTUKSON, Attorney at Law, Cur-
weosvillo. Pa., will attend to all business
entrusted to his care. Office oiposite the New
Methodist Cuarch. F . ,2.
C lintt I ui iiMiiit I
u bw.n c 'a y, vl 'B in
DKaiRM In Inarm his old frlrnda ami es
I mrs that, hating enlarged lis ahnp and
liMiea-ad hn fi' lHHi-a for maiiiirai-t'irlnp, h Is
now fcsrel to maksto nnler lurni'nre as may
I,. d ired, In ood style an d at cheap rstos fur
I nh. lie u o'tly hn. on lund at hie "Fuml
lore It'ioma," a Varied asnrtiiient of llcaily niaile
Furniture, amotin ahirhari
lliirr.'in nml Slil-Ibinnlu
Wardrobes and IIOoV Cases: Centre, Pnfa, Parlor
I'.rcakriint and Jlnlng Extension Tables.
Common. French Post, cottage. Jenny-
Lind and other Bedsteads.
SOFAS (.fall KIN1W. WOUK-STANDS
' 1IAT-RACK.S, WASH-STANDS, Ao.
Hocking nnd Arm Cliairs,
Spring-Beat, Cane-Iluttora and Parlor Chairs
and Common and other Chairs.
. O O KIX O-GLA .y.S KS
Of every description on hand -, and new rIiisoi
for old frainea, which will bo put in nn re-
ry reaaouablo torma on ahort notice.
IIo alsokeepa on ham", or furnishes to or
der, Hair, Corn-Husk, Hair and
Cotton top Mattressoa.
COFFINS, of every kind,
Made to order, and funerals attended with a
Hearse, whenever desired.
Alan, lloiihe I'alntlnjr i),i;e to order.
The subscriber also manufactures, and has
constuntly on hand,
Clement's Patent Washing; Machine,
The beat now in uso, Thoao ittn( thia machine
never need he without clean clothes I lie nlaohai
Flyer's 1'utcnt Churn,
A suporior art clo. A family using thia Churn
never need bo without butter !
All tho above and many other articles are fur
nished to customers cheap for C'akh or exchanged
for approved country produeo. '.'lieiry, Muplc,
Poplar, I.inwoiul and other Lumber auilnble fur
Cabinet work, taken in exchange for furniture.
.MT-Honicmber tho lhp is on Market atroot,
Cloardeld, l'a..an l nearly opposite the "Old Jow
Stora." JOHN UULICI1.
Nov. 20, 1 Sfi2. y
! WALTEK JiAKKETT,
1 Attorney at Law,
HAVING resigned his commission In the ar
my, and resumed (ho practice of Law, may
I be connoted on prolossinnnl business at hia olhce
on Second street, Clearfield, Po. All tiuainest
promptly attended to. Feb. 11, '63.
JOHN L. CUTTLK,
Attorney at Law and Ileal Instate A
OTc'ou Mttrtrttt. (tyjmnite the Jail,
"1 EbPICCTFL'LLY oflera his a rviccsin scll
LV ing nnd buying lands in Clearfield and ad
joining counties i nnd with an experience of over
twenty years as a Purveyor, Hatters hiiuaolf that
he can rendrr satisfaction. And
O I l'c r s for Sale
KKH) acrei of coal and timber Lund, siluat in
Decatur ton iul.ip, Clearfield county, in luta to
u" purcliaaera, incatuu near Tlio lyruui and
'M0 acres of first rate farm i.nd timber land
I n Jicll township, I leal n.,1,1 county, situate o n the
waters of Curry's Run.
lll'ij acres in two Kits, one of 112) und the oili
er of in ncrs, siritnble for Farming purposes, sit
uate in Highlaiid township, Elk countv.
i-y..lieiifral warrantee dci-ds for all the above
lands. Feb. IS. 'C.I. y
GREATEST P-ATTI.E ON RECORD 1
. 15,000 Killed and Wounded, and
j 30,000 taken Prisoners !
j WITH CAMP EQUIPAOE AND
70,000 Contrabands freed from the
BONDS OFJLAVERY ! !
INVERT man thnt hns read any thing of tho
j past history of this WAIl must finally come
to tho conclusion that the Confcdcralo Govern
ment would bo broken down. It was only a ques
tion of time. But now we have tho above (jlori
ou soul-stirring news to cheer us up j and the
only dnnv-baok to our joy and glorification is the
iiuiiiiucnt danger of the Conirnhanda coming
North to "ent out our auhstunce," and to wear out
ur aliocN S But of one thing the people of Clear
'leld countv mav bo assured, nnd that ia, that
FRANK SHORT for abort called Sliort-te ia
selling Itoota & shoes ss cheap as any other
man in the county; and if you tlon t believe it,
in fhaw s How, directly opposite Rev. II. u
ewoope a ottice. jr. SHORT.
' StrnnrtA'a nftie.
.1 ('!..nrfi..l,l .In 11 lSST
Great Arrival of Fall and Winter
RE1ZENSTEIN BROS. & CO'S
Cheap Clothing Store,
In ihe Mansion Jfnu.ie,, oppotit; lb Bank,
(Shan't Old Stand.)
mlfft UniArifTrsr1 tlr A nlnnaitfA In inniinM,n
; J ,0 ,(, mankind that they have just received!
r anil e ceant stock of Faahionali a
' TJ V. A flY-M A FP T'T HT1 TIVH
! ' '
i fiolecterl with great Jarc, and which will be sold
cheaper than the cheapest
riease call, as wo have ' I
' Clothing to suit the old, young and gay. j
j Cluthingte keep all comfortable on a Winter day ;
' Clothing of all colon brown, black and blue -I
Clothing well made, and fashionable too ;
Clothing of elegant fit, I declare
Clothing all take a pride in to wear;
Clothing the best that can bo bought,
Clothing well sewed just as it ought
Clothing which any one Clathinj may call,
Clothing far men, youths and all.
j Clothing, tho largest assortment in town,
Clothing for Smith, for Jones and for Brow a ;
Clothing for all the rest of mankind,
' Clothing-nnd what belongs In that line
, Can now be bought Cheaper than evet before
' At A'EIZENSTEIX'd great Clothing Store.
: In additica to the luregolng will be found and
' kept contnntly provided
Hats. Caos. Boots.
Shoeaj Fancy Geeds,
Notiona, .frc, Ac.
-We lake this method of returaing our
tlianKS tor ia Tors neretoiore exien.lcl, and reas-
sure iuo puuuv me coHuuence wun wnica we
have bon favored, we will strive to merit in the
rey-URAIN and FURS taken ineiabange at
the highest market rntts. ,
RE1ZENSTEIN BROS. &, CO.
l.i:- . 1. . 0.1 .t . . .
Branch ef Rcixenatein Bros., 421 Market St.
CA lit Nl:T IliMlMHtlUM.
tniM.r.M ki h-.acm re
nnnca to the piiMie (hat ha I i f 'l i
a Ml'il" on t harry stieel, linr Hie l.p-- ; i
hiinh, and nesrly o poslle the re-l l" n. e i f (' i
kiimr, tan., ahare be Intcn.N curry on lh
Cal iBi t irakinj I tiinns In Its different I mrch I
: es. lis Ina: s, rted a resular apprt ntlr.al.fp In
the hu'lneaa, and worked aa a Journeyrr m oi ar .
'ait years, healdes earrylnj cn a shop for Ihiso
' vesrs. he fliiltcri Mm.elf thai ha ran render sat-
ialaclii.n to those who In
mav Isvnr him with thalr
rust i in. Kevins; located In Clrarfleld boronch,
he solicits a share olpslroiisce, and it shall evr
be hia bbject to make to order nest and suhitun
t in i furniture auch as
and Common ami
He will always he
prepared to furni.Oi
to older Rock
ing I'hairs of
py Unit, t
IlEDSTK A DS,
IIo will also furniah
to order Hair, Husk, a'nd
with Teckner'a Fatniit
fastenings and (lard
ner't PatentSprinc Itcd-liHnlr and Cotton MAT
steada. BUREAUS ..rlTKEKSKS. The above
diflcient kinds. glHF. Pnanied, and many other
BOARDS. Wardrobes.! nrtiolos, will be made to
It fin lr -rn it'll. Parlor amlllorder for customers, on
Centre Table i, Broak- short uotioe, cheap lor
fast and Dining Uiblai I Caah, or exchanged for
nnd the latest improved
approved country pro
vince. Don't forget Iho
Kxtenamn Tublca. Hat
racks. Was stnnds.Toi
place, aa I am rlctcrmin
let and Work stnnda.jjod to furniah all article!
and every other kind ofi at tho most reasonable
furniture in his line. 'in tel.
j?fr Maple, Cherry. Poplar, Pine, Linwood and
ererv other suitable lumber, will bo taken In ex
change for furniture, (,ii.-n win a.ao ne pain iur
ood Lumber- H- K. SI10PE.
N. 1). ColTma of tho lntcft style made to order
on abort nutico. Funerals attended whenever
deeiniblo. CUarfitlii, J'a., Feb. 11, '63.
" FLOUR ! FLOUR ! "
DOUBLK EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR
for sale nt C. W. 4 II. W. SMITH'S, fofmerly U.
W. FMITII A Co. Thia flour is made from the
best white wheat in tho West, and wo warrant
tnlirc fati.'faciion to purchaser. '
March 4, 1SC3,
New Jersey Lands for Sale,
jiff do a oir FffTJiti If1 jiffies,
CiUITAUI.E for 11 rapes. Peaches, Pears, Rasp
ICJ berries, Strawberries, Illackberries, Currants,
ifc, of I, 21, 5, 10 or 2U acres each, nt tho follon-
ing prices for the present, vir : 20 acrci i for $ 2(10.
10 acres fur fllO, 5 acres for if 60, 2J acres for
$40, 1 acre for $20. Payaldo by one dollar per
Also, good Cranberrv land., nnd villago lots in
CHETWOOD, 25 by lilO feet, at $10 each, paya
b!e by one dollar a week. Tho above land nnd
farina are situa ed at Chctwood, Washington
township, Burlington county. New Jorsey. Tor
lurther inlurination, apply, witb a 1'. V. eta:-ip,i
for a circular, to
11. FRANKLIN CLARK.
No. 90 Cedar street, New York, N. X.
Jan. 21,11)63. ly.
J. P. KKATZER,
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
Ac., etc., lie, &C,
Front Street, Above the Academy.
Has just received a goncrnl assort
Donncts ' Cloaks
Hoop Skirta, Shawls,
Dress-Trimmings, Head Nets,
Caps, Nubias, Roods, Sontags, Cor
sets, t!lovcs, Collars, Scarfa,
Over-Coats, (i e n t a
Shawls, Shirts Hats, Caps,
Ender-Shirts and Drawers, UooU
and Shoos, (um Shoes,
Huffulo Shoes, era
tj tH, ' , si U aali
1 iin-waro, uiaps-wnri'. i.jden- aro,
t Stationary, Ac., Af.
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Drugget, Looking (ilas-e.
Clocks. Churni. Wash-bonrdw. Tubs. Ruckota, flat
Irons, Pans, Window-blinds, Well-paper. Coal
Oil Lamps, L-'mbrellts, Red-eords, Knives and
Forks, Spoons, Crocks, Stove blacking. All of
which will be sold on the most reasonable term -,
and the highest marked price paid for Grain,
Wool, Shipping Furs si j sll kinds of country
produc. . Nav. 19, H2.
laaSl E f i a- V) c
' 1 i f .
IN I UK
fi:U: IHE I II AND" A f-.Wl XT linSAltl,
(UtlVil MorillAf PF. AM) NH, HAIHIA
p., ,. w aS to I I'lesrad willi and e liaird
for Prin r Whits and Hound TLI'III ? la
)r. Win. llaril'a l lilltallid Toelli
I'n'wiler, wir in cd (f- from add, alkail.or say
illjU'ii H Ull '" I'll"-. ' "' l"T t'OV
rfr Bi wate of the ordinary ehenp ioolh Pew
dcrs. which whiten but dftrr.
Do you wish lo be c. ..! .. 'hat yonr llRKATU
la run- sweet, and ngreUo to husband or wire,
'lover or fienla? I "urd'a Celohraled
1 Mnulli H ash. Prieo V "" pr h .' o.
' This a'tiing-nt iali i' n,u h bf Ht remedy ia
I tlio w irld fur C.u.l.rr, Had iti oiith. Bl.iding
'tluins. Ki to M.utli. etc. It lai cured liun.lreds.
Do vju, or your children suiier Irmn TOOTH
ACHE? (let Dr. llurd'a MaRlu iwMl.atlie
IXHipn. l'licc 15 cuiita por bottlo.
Are uu afflicted wilh N El' P. AI.fi I A ' Oel
Dr. Hin. llurd's Xcqralla I'lu 'ft.
The moat effective and delightful remedy tv u.
for pains in the face, cheai, shoulders, biit't, r
sry ; art i f the body.
They tin not adheie nor blister, but soothe c- i
..lib ni i n io iiaav. Trv Ihoiu. Price, 15 aoi sT
oeoia. Muiiod on r:eiptuf price.
V. . i isle at i'l the best si ires throughout llu
; 'Ai'Tiox .As there aro dealers who teko id
vnnti'KO of our advertisement to impcae upou
th.ir tuslouicrs inferior preparntlons, it is neoea
sai t to insist upun having what you call for, am
j oil will iif.t thu uir, thoroughly tested, ant
prepared by an t jpcriciicoa auu scienuuc n
tiat, Trcosuier of t! e New York rotate Dentist's
Assi oalicu and Vice Prsidcut of the New York
UJ Dental .Society.
WM. E. flURD A CO., Tribune Bai.'dlr-s
Jaa. 21, lHCj.
I'OUKIGX and DOMESTIC COOLS,
Just received nt MOSS-OPS'.
GIXOHAMS at Sensation prices
U LOVES a I
I HON NETS at,
J COLO RED I ,
! MUSLINS f
! All to be
1 1. IN EN at
uid at MOSSOPS.
I'AP.LE CLOTHS ai
LACiS at fiensanon price
IIOSIERY at Sensation pricoa
RIBBON'S at Sensation prices
lot' ;vll kinds &
at Sensation priaes.
in anv Qtinn'ty
Aiwavson hand nt MOSSOPo
CASS1 MERES at
S ATT I NETS at
.S II I KIT NOS
j fJLOTHI NO such "1
j ',,. i,, , !
Under Mnrls, Vat sensation pnoon
Hats and Ckp',
Now for ealo at MO.nSOPS
ir i n n m i ti V
such as Saws.nails
as Wine, Brandy,
O i n, W h i.skey,
Cog-nac, elc, etc.,
FRUITS, such ns
Figs, Filberts, &c,
Tea, C r a c k e rs,
at sensation prices
at sensation pric
at sensation pric.
Coal Oil, etc., etc.
Always at MOSSOPS'.
BLACK I NO
At tho storo of RICHARD MOSSOP.
Alwavs heeps on hand a fult
lassottment of all kinds of goods required
ifor the accommodation of the public.
' Nov. 12, 1862.
i JAMES TEST,
I DEALER IX
! Pr&vSsSeics, Lr3jaffi5a?, & a,,
j nilLlPSBURC, CENTRE COUNTY, '
i TEEPS always on hand, a large aaeorttaen.
! J in his line, such aa
I Market al
I Wh'tio Fish
At.SO, Wheat. Rye, C rn and Oats in the gr.m..
Limiors of nl! kinds, Confec'.i ini ty, nuts A Fruit'
Corn I!room, Sole-Leather, and a very great t
Iricty of mi.-cellancous articles.
Ilia situation and faoilitioe f ir pnrchaaiiig, aoini.
of the avticlct herein named, are nichai rive,
j him peculiar advan'sges over many persona ir,
I selling at a small profit. He would therefor.,
respectfully solicit a cull from persons wishing
: nny thing in bis line, aaiished that It will preTv
! a ntually sdranngaoiu. , Not. IS, 'AZ-tu