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tilt O'Imi frill ,iifiiMii,ut,
( I I Al. i ll l,l, VA
Wrdnenday Mot iiinc. April 8th. 1803
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V'r"in t Ii o IIiiirMuig I'ii 1 1 Lit mil I'nii.n.J
Anraunm Luicoiiioii i no lumpnffo- inn
A 1 imaf iifitiAH Mam hnAfft 1 1 1 I n 1 1 1 f .
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inp the Dnnocrary of the Loyal,0" ' H' tHa ..u. i ..l'
Hliirl not, rr:iili-r, lit Il o nt i nrc-r. t linr.-h-
it's of the explosion. Ui'tiJ tlm follow-.
injj, ntil tlit'ti, wliilo your chocks urn tin;'
linifwilh Kliniiie-ii 'ours wlion -vol
rem 1 it, nn-l ilo still, llmt tU man um It
ncli'i it si'i in tlu- Presidential cluiir of the .c
Ird SUiti-i, the Chi I- Mi:iSr;tle v ikit yn;U
, .lion tell us whether it is not viin;initl
l.y tko oc(Msioi) :
The following oil'iciul 'jrJcr'' i lu'
lishedintlie Coi coi J (New IIiiiiir.iirt )
Iknivarul, mt Abolition r.iioer:
War 1I l MRIHCNT, AjI'TANT tiENERAl.'s )
On n k, Wiishiiiion, Muron 13, J
Speciid Onlers No- I I'.l. (Kxtruct.)
Hi Hji iUriii of the fr-xident, the follow
ing ottioi me hereby dismissed tho ser
vice of llic b'niled Slules. I.ieuteiinnt A.
J. I'Algei 'y, -Hli New Hamiisliiro A'olun
tcc:;, .. circulatiiuj ( ayrhiutl Ticket,"
andilvii,;i nil in his prvrr to promote the t,neecsi
(f the ritil muse in hi", iStute.
By ti'.l. r of the Secretary of W'ur.
L. Thomas, Adjutant (ienerft!.
To the (iovenior of New llntnpshirc.
Think of it, fellow-citizens of nil politi
cal creels think of the President of the
United States, tho War department, the
Ajutant tier.eral, descending hi to the very
miro and filth of low partisan slang, to in
sult and slander, in nn ollieial 'Order,"
a largo nnd powctful parly, that comprises
within its iank3ns much intellectual abil
ity, respectability, moral worth, genuine
patriotism, honor and ivealth as nny party
of e.jual numbers that ever existed. 0,
is it not pitiful ! To hat base uses have
we eonio at last! Can it be possible that
there is a tingle American citizen w-hocan
read it without blushing at the degrada
tion into which his country has fallen ?
Can it bo possible that there is ono base
enough to attempt to justify or even apol
ogize for thooflenive, inciting, disgrace
ful act? II there- be, we must look upon
li i :il as less lliuu man, as ignorant of the
dignity and umvnilhy of tho enjoyment
of citizenship, :inl excellently well Jilted
to bo the abject slavo of a master such us
In our judgment, that 'Older' is a deep,
dishonorable, damning stuih upon him
who directed, tho.e ho counselled, and
those who performed, which no sophistry
can hide, no ait wash away. Let it re
main where it is, a lilting mark to distin
guish those whom the fjiiaiicism of Abo
litionism lias honored and elevated to dis.
grace tho nation and finally dannfiiself to
everla? ting infamy.
But opart from tho disgrace to tho na
tion nnd the int-ult to tho Democratiis par
ty, thcrj is still, in Ibis "Order," tho great
injuslico inflated upon a gullant nnd pa
triotic ollicer. Licit. A. J. Kdgerly was
disaiisseJ the service." What for? The
official "Order" sajs "or circulating 'Cops
fwhead Tickets,' and doing all inliisiow
cr to promote the cuccess of the rebel
causo in his Stale." 'Iho "Order" is a
falsehood. The President and all concern1
cd were guilty of falsehood when thoy iss
ued it. Just piior toijlie New Hampshire
vholo regiment of Abolition
troops wcro sent homo from the Army ol
the Tolomnc to volo Uio Abolition ticket,
for the purpose of carrying Ine Slalo for
I he admicislration, They voted thev
circulated tickets', ofliciis and men they
exercised their political rghts, and the
ndm.mstrat.on papers applauded them for
it, ns no doubt ulso did the admistration. i King- like celerity, and when cur squadron
That was all well enough. Rut no;v comes j l,roke bo pursued and hacked theni so
Hie case of Lt. Edgcrly. Always a Dotno-! ve,'t!y- 'l.e cnplured over fifty equip
, , ...... , , rnepts. 1 he guerilla chief received a aes
-rflt. ho exercised his pol.t.cal right and , yere sabre cut on tho Torehesd.
.oted tho Democratic ticket, ForMslic' We learn that tho Vermont carbine
it umi.W. Tho offence was. neither companies delivered their lire upon the
more-, nor less than wo have stated, for in 'tnc!"y Vlh goo,i t',,'e'1. "t1 Hien opened
v it i- .i .r. to the rtcht and left to a'.low the sabto
New ampshiro here are no "Copper, '-epani,, to charge, but they did not
Leans, neither is there a "cebel cause to come up to the work,
promote," and if the administration were I'1'" bodies of Capt. Flint and Lieut,
j ofsesFcd of any sens?, decerwy, honor orl'rout ,'f,t'1 remarkably fine looking men,
luanhood.u would blu.h at the infamous 1 ''"O'l 'o day, to be forwarded
J't itlia oeinmitted. Put we care not to j .
nigue thecase for Lieut. Fdgcrly let him' ''ho lest Democratic document
peak for himself, nnd let truth and honor I
damn tho violators of truth and honor.
Then follows a letter from Lieut. Edgor- ing upon President Lincoln to lock up
ly, to the Boston 7V', in which hocorrob- i" his Rastiles, Vallandingham nnd other
orates tho above facts-stating that he'''Cilce nlvocatM. "J showing that thru
had not yet received tho ordr, but saw it'"0 1,10 rsl er,emie9 tte rebe,s lmvc 10
and read jt himself in the oflico of the ti,:. .: i. ...
I his simply proves, what we have often
Secretary of Stato at Concord, nnd that told our readers, that the AboKtionists
Iho copy given nbovc Is genuino and ivr- npc' Secessionists are both united, in their
latlm "Copperhead" nnd all. ' i cirrU t0 ro) tho U nion and Hint tho
The card of Jas. 0. Adam. Moderator of
the Oil, Ward, Manchestor, corroborating,
the fads set forth by Lieut L. in Ins let-.
ter, is also appended. ,
aiftj wo not now ask il mere uany oth-
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evidence wantinc to i.rove that tho
have resolved to
usurpers at Washington
reU'ii tho plants they no
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h.i.-a.ds? 1 hoy know well that no parly
Cn stand up before Hie Aueric-.ii pople,
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positively n"itr. (lint II. n. Hnikcr mil,
ii'iiiciliiiti ly nliiM llm Mill imt., nmii li
Jlinl'lly Int., llio rnriiiy c, ill try with Iii
j i linlii ni iny. l'Vvlnj no jrnr unril, iiTli r
tlip timiuu'i' i.f 1 1 1 o lirnl ciniiii.'ior of lv
It ii . roily :,i'ttuin lluit 1 lie Imiif ll.rr.it
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rr oil nun (i iy nun on liny on. it .my in
tl'" 'rar' ''"(, wrilflrr juoiuirt mi.voss
"oit coiifl.l.-ntly. We Imvo no rp(-oi-ts of
Tlio Kcoomiti fion Kentucky imli.iile
Hint thn rehi'l invii'lcrs nro nynin driven
hitck with loss ol some .r00 killed, wound
oil nml ju isoners.
The Confederate nro still hovering in
the, neighborhood of Nashville, threaten
inj; the reiir of Uoseernns, '. ho, wo bcliove,
'' oorujuc Murlieeslorouj.'li.
' I'll., t.j.u-i. fi-..(,! 1' o iinvnt o vniwl it i.,na
and operations, on the Missippi, are by no
means Haltering. The first expedition to
the Yazoo river, for the purpose of gain
ing the rear of Vicksburg, by means of a
cantl cut from the Mississippi to a bnyou
leading to the Tidhihatcliio river, down
which it was to descend to tins Yazoo, was
repulsed at Fort fireonwood, situated tit
the junction of the Tallehatchio and Till
lahoma, anil has not been hoard from for
A second expedition lo accomplish the
same object by way of tho Sunflower and
l'aek bnyou, was also unsuccessful, and re
turned to Young's Point.
In addition to nil this, we have it un
nouncod that the Cut-oil' canal nt Yicki.
burg has been finally ubundored tho en
emies guns covering two thirds of its
The detailed account of tho attack on
Port Hudson on the 11th nit., are receivs
od. Tho land forces did not reach the
scene of action, and relumed to I'.alon
Kouge. Six vessels attempted to pass the
battene?, Coinmodoro F.mngut leading
the way in the Hartford, followed by the
Albatross which were the only ones that
succeeded. The Mississippi, ono of our
best naval steamers, was totally lost, w;th
some sixty of her crew. Tho other ves
sels were so ni'H'h injured as to be unman,
ageable, and floated down stream out of
danger. This all took place after night
presenting a sight grand beyond cicscrip'
tion. Serious fears aro entertained for"
the sal'vty of Com. Farragut and his two
vessels, the Ilattford nnd Albitross, as it
is no.v positively known that tho Indian'
ola was not destroyed cither by fo 'crals or
oon federates, but was taken up tho Hod
River to Alexandria, Lh., by tho latter,
and thoroughly repaired and which, to
gether with the Queen of the West, ami
the W. II. rt'ebb, coniitituto a fleet of no
ordinary pretensions, and quite too pow
erful for Farragut to contend wiili. In
deed, a ruiuor prevailed at New Orleans
that Com. F. had been captured.
Quite a spirited little Rkiruiuli took
! place at Drainesvillo, Va., on tho 1st inst.,
between some sixty rebel cavalry, under
Moseby, and part of the First Vermont i
cavalry, resulting in what looks like a
disgraceful rout ot the Vermontcrs. Tl,a '
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Washington Jtejiublicm says : '
Monuby's men wcro dismounted, and
j received our cavalry with a tiro from be
hind fences, which stvmpeded soino of
the raw soldiers. Ilielieht soon tecame
desperate. Moseby threatened his men
I 11 nn uu.mi 11 uii.j iiuiciieo, aim nimseii
wounded Captain Flint 11 vo times with
j his revolver, killing him. Lieut. Grout,
of the Vet mont cavnlry, and seven men
were also killed. Our loss wasabout sixty
in killed, wounded and prisoners.
Moseby was in the house upon the plcn-
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learn that he rallied his men with li.hN
puoiisiiou is llial going tho rounds
of tho Abolition papers, headed "Pkace,"
coined from the Rinlininml '.,.,-.- n.
1 1 u "llu luc democratic
The Conspirate,, of lie South are op,
p090(J t0 m beCnU8(J wou j
troy the prospects of (heir Southern Con-
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icueracy ; anu me Abolition Conspirators
' l"c-'K " hkcwiso opposed to peace, '
fr 'ar t,,nl rMC0 wou1,1 rcsuU 11 "ress
loraUonif 11,0 nion as il was." Thus'
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nvoro niloi.lcil .u rnllicl-iitlv rxi luinoil
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n..:..l,.r .f ( ,Mrny I,., ni' ,..,l.l.,l.ea In
our llicr Ol lill W i ck. If ti ,hiriMl ilo-
sires to deal faiily with olliceis ai d men
alike, its manager will now pnblih these
resolutions, anil undoeeivo its rentiers as
to what r.ro tho sentiment of tho nrniv
not of tho oflieers only, but of the army it.
..'. "All word hoiiliilv ilieorod
men," ssys the JkutmI, What an insult
to tho common soldior, who has lo bear
iho brunt of tho fierco Kittle !
WllV ATIKMITTO Dr.CKIVgOLRSEI.VKS?
While we are tending in utmost every oflU
eiul dispatch, that starvation threntens
tho vholo Southern people; tint tho so
culled Confederate Uovernment was with'
, r . i ... . .
out funds and without credit ; -that gold
was in u premium ot tour ana nveiiun -
died per cent, in Richmond; nnd that
anarchy and conlusion reigns through -
out tho rebel States wo are at the samo
no informed that this same Con federate
Ciovcmniont h;is just fecureil t loan in
England of JC15.00H.000 or ?7"),fH)0,(KH)
which lot-n tho next day commanded a I
premium of from 3 to 41 per cent. This.
loan, we believe, is secured by the pledge
of cotton, to bo delivered at Southern sea-
ports nt about 11 cents per pound (Ac.
Jlritiih to tome and Uikc it.
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Ikijrll is said Hint ft singlj firm in the Specie . . . .
city of New York has a Government con- I,uo from other Bnnks
..... r . rAn c an in- r .1 . i Ihink Koter of other liunki -triictfor
..OO.frtM) uandcufls, of tho most f; s Xrimmiry Icul lender A dciunnd
approved pnttern perfect W'auties to Checks, bml'ts, Ac -
facilitate the execution of tho Coiwcrip i
tion law. I Com ofl'lutes, rfc, --"."
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iuo union as n was w no are Against
We yesterday gave some reasons for )x
lievinir (snvs the Pbilndnlnbia Jm: nf Fri.
day hist) that th3 Itadicnls do not del ire
to rcslcre the Federal Union. Facts crowd
upon us lo confirm that belief j nay, in the
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nuiiu lie. 11 i..iibi.t.l 'llf.3lt.il.-, BUIIJU VI
their hader. actually confess il in public
The evidence of their treasonable disunion
purposo is accumulating each day, nnd no
hypocritical profession of "loyally" can ex
pungc the damning record, Tho Union
which the Radicals want is not the Union
as il wa?, with the Constitution made by
our forofathers,; il is the Union of all the
win, beginning with Ridienlitm and ending
in l)espotam. It is a Union of which the
fanatics dream, and which would require
tho presence of .1 standing army of half k
million of men to preserve it if it could
ever bo eslablidied.
Tho following resolution of the serios
proposed in tho Legislature of Pennsylva
n!a upon "the stato of tho country," cer
tainly expresses the sentiment of nine
tenths of those w ho honestly desire to have
the Union rci-toml :
Uennleed, That this General Assembly
deem it propel further to declare, Hint it,
0;-'H't'r fith all the truly loyal people of
V'r i i ' , r I'i? n"1'
i o til. t nnu in it n i litii it f mm rt n lfttn n
,,e t of theseoedud Slatei. to ro"tur'n to
their tllegiance to the Government ol the
Union, and would, in such event, cordial
ly and earnestly co-operate with them in
tho restoration of peace and Iho procure
ment of such proper guaranties as would
give security to all their interests.
Against the above resolution, tho follow
ing Ropublicnn Representatives recorded
Benedict, Bowman, (of Lancaster,) Row
man, )of Tioga.) Krown, ol Wurren,)Cliamp
neys, Cochran, Coleman, Freeland, GilfiN
Ian, Grant, Gross, Henry, Huston, Hutrh
nian, Johnson, Kerns, (of Philmlelt hiii )
-niirte, Lee Lilly, Maclay, McClellan,
ihvjji.ji luciuunic, .uiiiiiii, luusseiman,
Olmstead, Panconsi, Kilter, Shannon,
Slack, Smith, (of Chester,)Smilh (of Phil
adelphia.) Strouse, Sutphin, Twite-hell,
Vincent, Warner, While.
We ask tho poople ol Fennsylvania
whother, in their opinion, these men are
honestly and loyally for tho Union ; they
evidently do- not want "the eceded Stat, to
return lo their allegiance;" or I hey would have
voted for the resolution.
MEDtctNEs that CiRt.-One of the spe
cial peculiarities ol Dr. Ayre's preparations
is, that they accomplish what is promised
for them. Who, in this community, does
not know that of all the cough remedies
tho Cherry Tectorai, is by far the best?
Who Hint ever fines- pills but will tell you
Aver's Fuls are nt once the mildest and
most searching, most effectual of nil? Did
nnvhndv ever hoar nf bi l.,.. r.. r.ll
an uoay ever near ot his Acts Clre fail-,by
tng 111 astngio C8S0 7 JNOt an instance has tico, in the host manner, and on the most reas
becn found where icrcr and AmifihM ro, i b' Defying the eounty, all he n.ks
siblea ttio tur.htul trial of it. TI
seem a bold nssertion, but wo are assured
llial p., a in, .ill :
.,o,.uw niic,iu .nut u iiiinurinni Hre
the cfl'octs of his alterative called Extract
op Sarsaparill. One after another, pa-
IICIIIS Come lorltl IrOQl their lenrosv. .
donned and purified into health l jhig
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medico - chemical skill, Saturmod nith
tho accumulated rottenness of years, and
poisoned by the corruption of their own '
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muster combir..Uion, purging out tho foul
uiwu, iuey uun only live 10 lUUer. 1U1S
tmpuiities, has instilled the
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Lioi til clfiint lo rtfiiiploitt.n til" fnct
Hint llir Inw r j.rcirt ll,nl lif Mmll not
;ni; n.,y rr;lr.l ,n ,,, r.i.,,. or ,t.
n',,w',fotliof,.ol Ion rni.oi'.nflirm Hint
l. x U In no wny roil net inn of fy.
riil.iilincn or iiHownnro. Imt i n tnx: nn
nko orcnlon to intimnlo Hint if rrtiro.t
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ougin nn, iniM unwiiiine msilhm.l lo,
Ihi tnoilornle chnrgn who aresllll allowed ,
to draw full pny.
M AltKir.D-.Yr.lcr.lu mnrnlnif, hf Kor, .t. I
l omiy, illintn llollinnn to iMlM I.iJilo Kiirel,
l"'1'1 of ri-,-
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J,,,! IniL. AllITI. inn nf I'll,. ..,,. nun r...
ill rili. Pi,ii;n.i..,. f i ...i. .i..
of Tyrone, geJ nbont 1 yosn,
Tho doroiueil was young min of (Treat prom-
Ue j reinurkalilo for a filinl roverorro nnd docile
ohoillonco to Ms parents, who Instilled Into his
youthful mind Irssoni of Chriitian piety, rognrd
ln; tlumo beautiful liner of tho poet,
"Youth's impressions to old ngt deseoml."
And wull did ho loom. A fact no d.mbt, which
now, under the trying nfllirtinn, will nmtain thoro
w..vo iiu nam 11m uuiiiiiu, ny a vuuuon 0UI
rroTiJoj do,lh 7
f..n,l Ann nnl. .. 1 ..I". I. -.1. I - .1 L ,1 .
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Ernt Dnmine Animnm ejn.
' A FitrBn.
In Urady (p., on M'eilnosdny tho 1st instnnt,
! t " V ' K ' Ul 70
i ilintlY lOfTIlfcUI.).
STATHMKXTof tho CLEARFIELD COUN
TY BANK, for tho month ciidinir Wiirch 3L
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! Cnpilnl Slock paid in
12, us o:
j DuDeiJuor"!1'00 - "
, I'uo on coriif of Deposit,
J InUM"1 antl '"'"S0'
JAMES D. ORAIIAM, Cnnhier.
Clenrfii-M, April S, ISft.l.
rilflE subscriber respectfully announces to tho
JL citiien of Clsarlield nnd vicinily that he is
now prepared to supply tho very best quality of
COAL nl the shortest notice. The trrnns?nipnt
is designed to bo permanent, ami a full nupply
will ulwars be kepi on hand.
I'lUCF,, ft rtnW at the Dunk.
7 rents delivered.
jO'For tho p.iblic convenience, Orders for
Cual will be given al Krulzor'e sli.ro.
CIcwDcld, April 9, I Sf.t. dm.
YUln9 ncJ IJ0YS tnn u "TplirJ ilh
CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS '
at REIZENSTKIN BROS. & CO., where it is
Sold at prices that will induct all Ui bo
2D 02 SOaODa
Ry dovoted interest to tho CLOTHING ESTAB
LISHMENT the universal satisfaction which has
been given has induced them to enlarge their
STOCK, which la quality and (oloction, is low
Inferior to none
Coino, and you enn Laro
j All kinds and styles of Clothing at nearly one
Prices usually asked at other 6tores.
Clothing good enough to sail lbs
Or nny other man.
Remember the placo, in tho MANSION
HOI'S E, opposite the Rank.
HE17.EXSTKIN BROS, i CO.
Cloarfield, April 8, 1863, 3m.
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
O II. I.Al'CIII.IX, having purchased the
kje interest of hit Into partner, is now going it
on his own hook in the shop formerly occupied
I. .h. nn s.n,.n i k. i.. i." ij
by them on Second street, where he is prepared
' 10 K",') Bn 't'l""ion ai a complete workman
doing all work ciftmsted to him on short no-
a fair trial, and a continuation of the pntron
ago heretofore extended. Look out for tho rign of
T " K B 1 G W A T C II .
.- vmb win oo positively exp-eiea
N. D Tho Cash will
mhun tha work ia riliv.r a n i
'- . -. ....... w. H. H.
Llcaruoia, March 4, 1803. y
Flj'Cf's Patent CllUm,
A aunerior art'cle. A fnnilW usinir thim rhnrn
"ever need bo without butter!
Jlll W VUruiUIDII VUCHU j Am UI V A
cheap for Cash or oxchantred
country Produce. Cherrv. Manlo.
- , . .
I.inwood and other Lumber suitable for
taken in exchange for furniture.
'"v u u niwtiii street,
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-?-Remember tha (hop is on Market street,
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t..wn-r,ir in m-n ir.rr rr-i i i t.t rre iirt..
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! "ml fn ! fltliiint tli 0 iitpnns of niipnrt fur niT-
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J,, Wilnr of rrclil.llily, from Hit tnrn.hip
In wlilch rim rmlilcs, must nUn Ir tn ilnrnl,
h., rertiflciilK, iworn to t.i'fur Ilia lloanl, iniiM
ii't forth llml t It o nrpliinnt in the prmo "lie n-e-
r"n, hrrolf U lie : thut the rtntrtnent nf tho '
I ,,u","" r inmuj i" tru ; mm in
i.u .,1'iiMiiu ..ir.-uiiii.iniH''M, anil hit minuj in ne
"B,"i un.l nil uio 1IICT8 lui KTlll ill livr
(i'.iirnilun sra Jimt urn! true.
Forms conlaiuinu thee reimisilioni can l.t ob
tained at the ollii-e of tho Hoard of Relief, when
Bp ieation in made, and the witne"ii appear.
Illness of the applicant, properly proven, will
cxcuii personal attendance.
WM. 8. ISRADLF.Y. Cl'k.
Aril 8, lSfi3.
Opening of Spring (loods
'Xlb.a vsjry IL Jits at Aririv&n
Comprising tho most fashionable styles,
C. W. & H. W. SMITHS',
T 110 ho sold at prices that defy competition.
JL Read carefully our separate lists. We gall
particulur ntloalion to our superior stock of
Ladies' unci Gentlemen's Furn
T i iih
We ..ffer to all, the bet A No. 1 Brown She.tinc. 1 ' , "''" " J",' n","t r" 1,1
four quarter, wide at J74 oenU per yard SV w' 'S. !";he"'."mrkt' '" H'' r
All our bummer Prints, the very bos ,a.i y and I proaLe ' " "'V r
pi vies, from 20 oinls upwards.
Dark 1'rinls froia 22 to JO ceuts.
Noooe shall go away dissatisfied, that will favor
us with an examination of our stock, part of
which we enuinernto bolow :
Mozambiques, Silk nnx'u Cas'nicres
Wool do Iiines Fancy 1I0
Repp. do lil'k ribbed do
Fancy do Mottled do
rrcncli Mozumhnjues 1 willed do
Ilird eye d )
lib ached Miulins
Fancy Sattinelts .
Mack Silk Ties
Hrown J C 4 qr. do Fungo Ilundkeic'."8
Corset Dtills Fancy Cassi. Sb'nts
Shirting Stupes Mnrsailles do Fronts
Checks Unique Scarfs
Ticking Dotn. Linen Collars
Mown Drill. 1 Cord do do
Mx. Thibet Shawh s 3 do do do
Stella do Linen Chokers
etc., etc., etc. Paper Collar
etc , etc.; etc.
Long cane Hoops Magpie do
Round do do Floivere 1 do
Elegant Grd Trail M,inlLs
Hoop Skirls, j Ladies Linen Collars
Misses (.loves Do Hn fried do
B'nck cotton Gloves Do FVv cd "M lr
do Silk do
Mens' nssort'il !-
Mens' Kid do
I liildrens' lloso
Do Lace Fluted do
Twilled cull's to m'trlt
Mourning Cuffs A j
Misses Elastic Garl'rs
Ladiet' d do
Frtiicy Jet Tins
Invisible Head Nets
Tassel tlo do
Crotchet i'o ilo
Chenille do do
Ladle' Slate lloso
Do Mack do
! ook nnd Eyes
I Buffalo Combs
Braid do do
Cotton Fiinges for
lvet do do
ancy tlo do
IP.I'k .v, while- Lacis
Mourning Dress Bins
Fancy col d Agate
Bi'k Thibot Shawls
Aou we (nil
Carpet Rinding Acorn
Skirt Hriid, nil c'll'rsAssoi led Zepbvr.
Americnn Ruche etc., ele , etc.
Prime Rio Coll'e Tobaccos
S: II. Sugar Indigos ami all nr
CTd New Oilcans tides lo be found in
Pure Waler Cracks ) the Grocery lino,
ers for invalides
Soda do do
Young II. 'feu
Ground Rio Cofleo
(A splendid substr
tute lor P.cnnF.)
Brdwn .Stiar nt
v. k ii. w. s-
Clearfield April fi, ISM
At Qirjp LiiSi'fl 0uirt Sailb.
Y virtue of in order of the Orphan's Cenrt of
XJ Clearfiebl roimty, the nnderstgned 1
for 11 1 rl'BLIC SALE at Lulhershurg. on
Clearfield rnn nty, the nndersigned will of
Thnrarlnw tVi 7tri Aav nf lWair navt
. ,, 7. . . .. .
All those ceitam rrcmises. late the estate of Phil
ip hrmer, deceased, situate in Itrady township,
-Uo.S..I.I nn'- l 1. :.: f
TiYYoTe J J- r ' L .."-" u. A w
TRACTS, one flhetn beginning at the corner oil
tracts Nos. 1431 nnd 14.i ', thonce west 1R6 perch-
e to a hornbeams, thonce by lnnd of Frederick
""T' I , , u' .1"" 1,w ""l',x ,ont
Ueates, tract IS o. B.iH, north L17 and six tonths
JT. . . u " rcrcn".
v .H ivv, iiviiiD aiiniii in u viKiiin linn
nr-.ij ,,., v-. un ..
" 17 v v uuiio tiiru in uiviMinn line oi
.... .....v.. u . ,,la
the niorenaid trtoU o. 14 il nnd 14.12 nouth 137
. n ,1 V .nn.Hu r. n . I n .... r .. .
. -v i , - .
and six tenths perches to plaoo of begiuaing.
10U ACreS and 15 Fercheg.
The other tract, conUining 2 ACRES AlfD
!8 PERCHES commencing at a sugar tree, ad -
ininir other and, of I'...., in l .-.:.
1 128 PERCHES commencing at a sugar tree ad
beinir tha m. nmi... i .u. "77
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i uiiip -.riner, oeceasoa, by ISathan B. Peoples
TERMS-Onn lliir.l rA.VIl .k. . r .
Tu:i:.. ; j .
TERMS-Ono third CASH at the tim. nf ..In
and the romaindor in ono and two years thoreaf
' tor wiia- tntererti the tiurchasa nion
cured by Judgment KcnPd pn th. pre
ter with- interest) the purchase money to be so-
ELIAS RISHKI.. Kii .. Tr.i,
Now ( mmhIs j
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.1. P. Kit t.i;h
J. P. KIJAT.KU
J. P. K l A r .KIi
J. 1'. KltATIll;
general as'orlinent 1 f
PRY ClOO S
1)11 Y (ioi'His
Hornets aiui simws !
Ilomicts nnd Sliawls '
Honncts and Shawk
Hardware, (.'iieonsware. Tii...... .
llordwnre, tiieensware, Tinwflr'i lmn'I
Haul ware, iueenrwre, Tinwut otA
11 .rdware, liueenswnre, Tinwnr
QyjiasTijsia fiaJ. IQ)n?s
Ten, Coffee, Molasses, Hiiar, Suit. "
Cnndlcs, Rice. Flour, Hncon, l'i',h
Tuhiceo, Crackers, Vinega., (Jill V.
HOlDTSIgEIOLD (30 u?'
CurpeU Oil Cloth, Dro.-tt, Looking 01.1'
Clocks, fhnrnj. Wash-hoards, Tub,. liu,-k
Irons, 1'nns, Window-Lliiids Wull ,,.,,,',, I
Oil Lamps, Cml.rcllv.. IlL',l-ror,l, Vi:.'"
Fork,, Spoons, Crocks, btove blnckii. i"
which will be iold on the most n.i,.i,..i.i. .
produce. J. V. KRAT7.HI;
rrwit s'.ro t, nbve the Acailemv. t'lenrti. .1 '
April I, ISftJ.
CAUTION. All persons aro hereby ouiug
oil against nieil lling in niH' war with i.
tain RAY .MAR it, now in the use of Curn.i.,
( rowell of (irali mi township, as the sumo i.jl0r.
to me, and is in hit p3ession on loan onjr.
(Irabaiu tp., Mar. 25, 3t. JOHN U0I.T.
caIunkt i: mvo r i ui
C. III N UT-M A K I'.H Wonbl respflMt.
announro tu llio public that he has tin.,i,
a SHOP on Cherry street, nesr the Kiiie.,
Church, and nearly opposite the re-l'Iiace oil
irai7.cr, r.sq., unvreiie lnicnus to carry wi,
Cabinet it'iikiiig Ijiisincss iiv. its different hma
es. IIh vine rervell a reziilnr iipi,rciilin..l..
the business, and worked a .lournejman ct-
six j cars, ocuiics cnrrving cn a sbop Ur Iti-
jf ars, ne iiiiiiits niinsen mat ne cm rvbru
islaclion to those who omj (:. w,r him wiik ii,
cust.m. Having located in I'leai fielil Imr,...
he solicits a sburo of patronage, ami it er
be his ol.jort to make to order neat a ml yth.ls,
tini furniture rnnh ns
T? U T)..J. .TT- :,. .
iicutu aauit H-us. ;xiu will always 6.
nn.l Common ami ( prepai ud lofumisL
irencli .osts to i,i,,.r i;,.
Cltago, Jen. in Chiiirj of
ny Lin. I, .(- I1 d i ffoi t nt
nil other I kinds 111..I
kind of S roniriTiin
r.EHSTEA n.S.j. A O'l IIFR.t II All
with Tcckncr's Patent 1 lie will also fiirniili
Instrnlngs nnd tl.int. lo older llnir, ,,.
ners Patent Spring Red j, Hiiir t.il l'.,ii.n MAT
sieniis. in ur.rtl M nilrRE!PES. Tlinh,
Uilleient Kiii.ls. MI'L nnnel, nnd man; Ml-
ROAKDS. Wnrdrobff, articles, niil be .nslt'
Hook-cases, Parlor and order for euHiissr.,.
Centre Table", Rreuk- -bnrt. notice, cheap r
fust and Dining tubu, ' xu , r ,.x, hnnj;d !.
and iho Inl.'st itnpioved approved counlrj ff,
Lxtensioii Tnbles. llat- tine. Don'l firwlik
racks, n ns slm,.l, I 0 pi ,ce. as 1 tun ilflrriui
let and Woik stands, .-d ti fiirni li 11 silirl
an.l erer.T other kind t.r at the most riitiit,
furailnre in his line. .into.
ff-.M-tplc, Cherry. I'n .lnr. Pino. l.init.m.ljL
every other fuilnl.le lumb'-r. will l ,.ik. ins.
change f ir fiirnitiire, Cash will a!... be i.'J f.
4001I Lumber- 11 v. SiDI'li.
. I.. t olbtis of the lnlesl slrle m4 lt unlet
on snori none, httnern s allcm eil V.t.(
(IcMrablo. f Urn fluid, Fi b. 11,15.
Oflirc of 4 AY ( (M)Ki;
At JAV fflOKR &i fO.. BaiikrYs,
11 1 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
riiiLi.liTj l in, Nov. 1, l-'T.
rilHE undci signed, bav ing e.-n nppoinlo.lSn
X. si'iirTio -torST by the Surslnrjr uf i
Treasury, t now prep.ind (.. tnruih, nt mott.C
Xew Twenly Vear C prrrrnl. Boa!
of the United Stntss, designnled a I'in-Tm'
lift," redeemable al the plea.reof llm li.n-rit
ment, niter tire jear, mi.t siiih..ri,-,l I,, Art
Congress, appn.red February 2.'., Is:'.
TheCM I1 htiXDS UTB .ued Is tan '
$jft, (i no, $ .1)0, fiono.
The RKi.urii nsn in sums of $ iff, lf
$500, Jlfliin. and $:lli)il.
Interest nt Six per cent, per annum lllc
mence from da lo of puicbnse, nnd is
i . 11 Ii I-, 1 N U OLIi, f
Seini-Anniially, which is e'inil, at theirs";
premium on gold, to nboot I'ioiit its crsr. tr
Farmers, Merchnnts, Aleehaiiies, Csi.ilNi'
nnd all who havo any inoucv to in i si, sAwsi I
Ofiknow md reinember llial
Tenii.er lliat thi'c Hoe"-"
- . : .. .
efl'eet, a I'ltST MOKTWAVK upon wit
loads, Cniiiils, Ruuk Stocks and Seciititif."1
tho immense product of all the Muiiiiraeiw!,'
Ac., in Ihe rountry ; and thn! the full i'l ,"T'
provision iniidn lor tho pnynieit of the isf""
and liquiilulii n of the .riucipnl, 1 y Culns
ties, Excise Stamp and Internal Re.-emw.''""
to mnke theso R.ijd, thn
Best, Most Available and Most Pop'
Investment in the Market
Stibscriiitions received al I'M! in Legal Tf
- ! der Notes, or notes and chucks i.( liwnk, ft( V
in Pbila.lolnhin. Su.iseril.Ars hv mail "i11"
ceivs prompt nttentina, and every fufilitJM
explanation will be aflorded or. appliralif"'
a f.,n ..,..,.. ..r i) i . :nv. v.,l ,.n kn
"-.',;!. " "TI".' " i.UIIO. ,.111.1, .
for immediiile delivery.
l.y -i,,,icr t,r,.;M;j(l.
, t,n -. 'V ' 1
t l)ll li I K tllill Ml ! I( l.N"'
il is htreby given that Letters of Admiaisu
nt t . i. . i . . . . i ...ii.aii nn
.. .- s..,u,r,u i,. ,,,r -
- e " .,r i..nt
i mi r)iiurt ti riufii unu, iio va "
township, ClesrHold county, dee d. All pe
, Indebted to said estate, arc requested k
,liniodmlo paymrnl. and those Iiawng ci-
T,n'lJ "le ""!, Pr'ent il"m A"' 1
,tlC'l,H Va AliwkOVC I
I SOPHIA AitM.sTKONd, ijBr
RAUNARAS ARMSTRONt. ,
Clearfield, January 2S, lsCi.l. pd.
' Jaa. McMurrat. Mali. Ir"1
- DFAI FIN IN
I)ry (Ioods, (rroceries I.unvher.
r.ui ns,iiK, l';t
Poa. 2(, i"j.
Lulhertburg, April 8 ltf3.