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lut tlm fouili cniri.t t ho iliHliinn ul ff.-- their ruMont Ii no lonprr ilculrod l titnt. f livo twenty loinlri ifmui.'d Sub-
Uioiiism furtlwr ilmn lie." U in ft culled i It U lime tl.ii npirlt of Lioiiml jToncrip- Kcriilioin to the live tw cut ion liming
!uron bv lhn('lmlrnnr the IWomtlo' tion it hp -l)rd out. unrl th only y .,,p l'"t week flmonnted to nearly
Isime t'e.tlrul Committee, to know if lie ' to rcl.uke nuch littU oute, pnlrlot. ii fu,,r tnlllio1"'
Ii onrreolly report"!, lie (very Mrnngoly through their poekoU,
for n centlemnn of cumlor, at we alwityi
ISAAC KLINK, of Bradford twp.
AMOS KKAl), of liawrenoo twp.
F. F. COUTERET, of Covington twp
Standing Committee Meeting.
lb Democruti County Meeting wilt mot tat
ih oflie of the Cbirmn. in Clear6eld, on Mon
day evening, Pi'pt. 2&. Ai buaiueia of import
ance will l,e bofuro them it la doeirablo (but
there (houlrl bo full in altendanfe aa fnreible.
6ept.l. ISRAEL TEST, CU'n.
GRAND MASS MEETING.
There will be a (Jrand Slum ilet ting of the
DemocracT of Clearfield county, in Clearfield, on
die evening of TUESDAY KEPT. 20. Tbe rea
pootiva tntinahip Club art invited to join Ha in
making tbia worthy ilemoDslration in favor of
Law, Liberty, and an unbroken Union. The
lion. Critra L. PsnaHmo J. II. Onvia, Esq and
ether rpeakera, will adilreaa the meeting, luru
out, follow. citizona, jmd let ui hare a mouetor.
Kept. 18, ISKAEL TEST, Ch'n.
Wiuttuc War m ion. The AlUuiij
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rebellion enileil, llw Southern Htutea
iritfil 111 Mia hi-"". I'f'll nn.l..
,nl,.,l chaHel.,.,!... and credit. Zl O
which rrnof Willmni Aililleiimn, jr., bitten bat in a rbl. '',,J
Lin r.fit.B lurti'li nfPllcu itltlmriilltilv, HI ll'l n a-it... A
el CI-bi field, anil Htate of .'eim) Irania,
2. The pHrtial account of Win. Kina and
lni'ii l OoioiHii, A'liiiinintiaton of all
l,(l Unuti'iir, the gooi.1 and chattel., I A;TI()...aiI perroni are ht'r k H
iii'lits ami cieilil. which aeieof John VJ 'd apnioat burint or la .... J.J e,l
Kmie. lata of llunmide twp., Clcarfi.'1'l tl; following pmporty now ig ljH
cotui.y. I'enn.ylv.nia. . ! I'Vkk ' o m "'
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u. i no iiimi .v..u., ui t n. , j , f, . . . , .--"" U
Alin'.illim fHiintina. not anluflnil will, vt .2
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written copy oi in. M'Cn-wii,cii iiiiiKoa ..... . , , . . ..,it,(l i,,!,, tho Ijnion a.
no.ticli allocation exoe,t ly the moat re- fof h( 0, rerU 1() e. it wna. undnr the Constitution a. it i..-j
mote ;,.,'! Mntin.M inference-firat ,ni, enrullinj, th0uelvca. in which 1 ''I"00 " ' "f" t WJU "lJ
lpl.nB o ..capo pub c n.,um am to ( () "V;, that .lav,;; tmi.t il- Tl.. account of A M. 0,11, Buardi-
di.mwa the .uhject, l.ynUerving that "'A. ....., . ,.,. ,,un lntk 'i i,f,. ,t,n ,!.r.llioiia SmiP. an of the minor heirsofMimuel Hairier,
cunrdiiin ot llcnnolU Kineal, tumor
oil, Id of Jaoob .Smnnl. deccied.
rtivirta of the tprti hrs rt' tirrred on that oefation
are oft ieusty inrompft lt', and not intituled to he
full or liter'a!."
We are sorry for you, Mr. Drow n. Why
not have .aid, in .o mtiny word., thai you
were "the public, libeller of no man ?'
It appears that Mr. Hroh n' objection,
to .Tutlgo Woodh ari) ore founded upon
of milking war again.t Krnnoo and Kng- could le re-arttnillml. .ot an Aiontion
t ... , ntll.VII, JA'IJ'IH I !. 1 J (ffcfici .
T.inl nii.l llin Ilnllinflnt in fMlrlir 1 V v '
Thi. would be quite a variety indeed.
Hut we would auvite thone lunatics to fin
i.h the " ninety days' "job they hava been
engaged at for nearly two yenri and a half,
make sale of the elephant they havo on
hand., before they buy two orlhreo more,
senumenu utte-cu oy ...... . .... cnme ovelocked.
,ii i i)uc'enueiic rijuu, , n um i.tin io
There wrll be maea meetings of the Democrucy
-and all nonaervative men u fullowa :
At New Washington, Sept. 18th, (evening.)
At The Cherry Tree, Eept. 19th, (afternoon,)
At Mutaonburg, (ufternoon A evening) Sept 21ft.
At Kylertown, (evening,) Sept. 22d.
At Williauia Grove, (eveding,) Sept. 23d.
At I'uiltpnlxirg, (evvning.) Sept. 24th.
TTbit meeting in intended an . grand rally of the
Democrat and Conservative men of Cambria,
Indiana and Clearfield eonveriont to The Chorry
Tree, tbe party in each county having united
in tbe call,
Good Speaker will be prevent at theao meet
ing to preaent plain fact to tbe people in a plain
aaoner, and it ia earns it ly requested that all
lover of their eountry and it time-honored in
ititutiooe. (hould come and hear.
6ept. IB. ISRAEL TEST, Ch'n.
WOODWARD and three yean ;
CURTIN and this draft only.
The certificate given to conscripts pay-1
tog their for exemption, by the
Board of Enrollment for this district at
Waterford, does not exempt a man for
Ar year., but only for the " draft of the
27th of August, 181)3." Such are the
word, of the certificate the opinion of
Tuaddeuti Stevens to the conteary not
rihtjnding. The question, therefore, to whether!
the $300 in to exempt a conscript fcr
three years, or for this .ingle draft, (ami
hi. name to go back into tho box and run
the risk of the next turo of the wheel,)
I. still an open one to be decided by the
Jacobin power, at Washington. Of course
they will be guided and controlled by cir
cumstances, and as all the " war pover"
of the Government U potea.ed by them,
whatevtrr " miliLuy necessity" may
dictate will be adopted, ft is fair
to presume that the result of the forth
coming election in thi. StatVe will have a
very controlling influence with them.
Tho question is no doubt kept open for a
purpose. What that purpoae is, i. not
hard to divine. Should Curtin be ic
electud these gentlemen can be called
upon for three hundred dollar moro without
acy fear of the consoquenaes ; hut .hould
Woodward .ucceed as he most certainly
will it may not be deemed just .o pru
dent to defy the plain and obvious mean
ing of the law. To the $300 men the is
ue is therefore a plain ono: Woodward
and three years j or Ct.Kn.v and this dr.ft
JeyVoters remember that every vote
cast for Andrew ii. C'urtin, for Governor,
will be construed by the Abolition party,
to be in favor of a continuation of the war,
with all it. evil concomitant., tho Draft
will be " vigorously" enforced, taxes will
be increased, ai d everything we consume
will double in prices in the event of
hi. election and a few men will become
wealthy nabobs, at the expense of the
many, ana tue present wuite owners oi
property in common with the less for
tuoato of their race will he reduced to
Theoofeatof Judge Woodward would
bo hailed by the Jacobins with unbounded
joy, and a demand would at once bo made
for " tho last man and the last dollar."
A half million of new made graves, hun
dredsof widows, and thousand, of orphan
children, will be the legacy left to the
American people, if the Democracy fail to
carry th great central State..
On the other hand the .ucces. of the
Abolition party, will tian.fer the drama
of tho French Revolution to our shores, 1
and we all must drink the bitter cup. j
"Toe Soldieb's Friend." The people!
are asked to re-elect Gov. Curtin becauoj
he is the "soldier', friend." Go ask the!
war worn teteran of the Pennsylvania'
Reserve, who is the "soldier's friend,"
and he will tell you thai his recollections
of the thtkldv uniforms furnished at Camp
Curtin, which exposed them to tho in
clemencies ot Ilia weather, ana to tno
jeer, of the .oldier. of other Stales nrej
too vivid for him to forget w ho i. not the
" .oidier. friend." That .peculation fill-,
ed the pocket, of a large number of thoddy ;
patriots and many grave, with betrayed ,
oldier.. The " .oldier'. friend" indeed ! '
cember, 1860, (which address wan publish
ed in tho Republican a few week, ago,)
when the whole country whs appealing to
Congress for the adoption of I'eace moiia-
uros. IHd Mr. Jtniicn condemn tho'e smtk
mails then f He did not. On the contrary,
he expressed himself to tho writer of these
lines in the most extravagant terms of
euloium of Judge Woodward for that wry
effort. It they were right then, why aro
they a.Ton.7 now? No, no, Mr. Prown,
Judge Woodward is now just what he
wa in 1800, when you endorsed hi. every
position. If thre i any difhere no be
tween you, you and not he, i. to blame for
Saif Forney the President's dog said,
a abort time ago, that the Conscription
Law was approved by the people that it
was a popular measure, and would Iw
sanctioned by the popular voice, tc, c.
It. popularity i. just now being tested.
In Rhode Island, where the "job" ha.ct.nt tylo. " By their fruit. yo shall know
tttSIoo. any individual in hi. .obor
.ense. believe that ao long a. the people
of tho North and the South contintre to
elect, and be ruled by war advocates, and
war partisans, that we shall ever see peace
within our border, and tho Union restored
again ? Not a man beliove. it. If we con
tinue to elect a majority of war partizani
to our public office., the preent genera
tion will not .urvive the " irrepressible
conflict." Then why, fellow-citizen., vote
for such men ?
A Sicx. We observe by the Armstrong
Democrat that the Republican parly at
their late Ma.. Meeting in Kiltanning, ful
ly adopted the doctrine of amalgamation,
by making a practical demonstration
A mon the several delegation, that arriv
ed from the different towiiahips, wm one
of " American citizen, of African deacent,'"
headed by a black nigger dressed in a U.
S. uniform, flourishing a .ivord In mfigniG-
A 1'oskh. Thi. is tho best tbin(f we
hnve seen : A preacher said to a Imo-
crat: "How can you vote for a triad and
convicted traitor?" The gentleman qui-,
etly and most severely, yet reverently, ,
retiliod: "How, ir, can vou serve the J
IMvine Master whom you profes. to follow,
and who was tried, convicted, and execu
ted for .edition and treu.onf" We .op
pose the Parson wa. able to see the why in
both cases. Ijogan Qacctc.
Joy"l. your master up?" asked an
early visitor of a roblman' valet. "Yes
ir," rejoined tho valet, with great inno
cence ; "the butler and I earned him up
about three o'clock."
been finished, " a inetecn " soldier, were
obtained less than ono in a hundred.
Thus fur in Pennsylvania the yield is about
the same. Hut it affords a splendid har
vest of " Greenbacks "-and with what
degree of approval the poor man who ha
to mortgage hi. homestead to raise the
" Ukcoxditiokal Uniox M..v."Those
creatures who have with Wendell Phillip.,
" labored for nineteen years to break up
tho Union," and whose .teteotyred motto
was " No Union with slaveholder.," and
are constantly denouncing those ai " trai-
glonous three hi.uired and save his life to tor$ ttn,i rehel .ytnpathizers," who d-
l.t. family, will view tin. popular meat ,ocate tm, doctrines of Washington and
ure," the polls on the seconu luetoay ot j8ffer,on(ha rouder of the Union.
October will probably tell.
The ..feat Government in the
Thi. old boast of our., is being
Suoddvites. There are to be found
among this class of creatures a few men te8tod bv .. 0i xbJ-. 4l Washington.
wlio call tiiemseives war Democrats. , Th(J ., tiovrriril(.nt" ride, in a two-
who in common with the Abolitionists, horge conch from t!ie white lleitse to the
advocate a continuation of the war until
the last man and the last dollar" are used
up. i t course sucli men can t see any
thing except "Greenbacks," and will nat
urally vote for Curtin for Governor.
These men ought to know that they havo
Soldier's Homo, under a heavy Cavalry
escort, in a genuine Napoleonic! stylo
As Greo'y would exclaim :
"All hail the flaunting lie."
QrtRf. If Providence call, an individ-
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just a. much interest in the election of "al l"w "l'""'
Judtfe Woodward as have Democrats, as it Marshal, to enter tlie, army to assist, in
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secures all who are not puiltv of crime! " crusinng inis leoeuic.i, ana navwig
against illegal arrests and i.nprisonmoi.U, ! another call on hanj moie ploa.ant and
an.l will restore us all to our rrimitive'nl;l'eR,, can he send a .ut.titute, and
lilorty and freedom ag.in. thereby satisfy the last cr.ll ?
TtTKEOrD CooN.-In tho dav. of tfA gloriou opportunity is now
the Revolution, there were, a. now, but off-r t0 1,11 ,I,e "1o,bI" x-ter. in our
:.. i. ,L!. n. i rnninmnilr who have ber n telected in a
in u tics in tuio wunti j a. rtwn'ta ituu i
Loyalists. Washincton beinc a recouni
zed leader of the former, and George the:r,ny nn(l
III, and hi. stamp and tax gatherer, were
the leader, of the lat tor.
Who ate the boasted loyalist, in this
country to-day? " Abo" Lincoln and his
JayTliry tell of a Cuban lady at a ball
in Sartago last week, whose dress and dia
mond, were valued at ?, 0,KH) !
article to confiscate 1
late of llradfonl to., Clearfield county.
The final account of Joseph McClarren,
administrator of all and singular, the
guo'U and chattel, right, and credits,
which were of Jacob Hugliinan. lute of
Decitur tp , Cleai tield county, Pennsyl
Tho final account of Win. A. Wallace,
guardian of I'Jh. I. Hoover, minor .on
of David Hoover, late of Lawrence
township, Clearfield coucty, Penn.ylva
dece.sed, 7. The account of John Flvnn, adminis
trator of all and singular, the good, and
chattel., right, and credit, which were
of Jeremiah Flynn, late ol'Penn twp.,
Cleat field county, Pennsylvania, deo'd
8. The final account oi Ilenry tiosa, one
of the executor, of the last will and
testament of Jacob Goss, late of Decatur
twp., Clearfield county, Pennsylvania,
are ioiv wun nira on loan
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llrady twp. 6epU J.'03-pd.
Teacher are wanted to take eW,.
Lawrence ohooUfortlieterinoiPnra K"
School to commence about th. i.i v a
Teacher wishing in '.."an
a.v,,.. wnning m apply will,,
meet the Superintendent and Directon lh
1 1. linn J.u 191.1 U .. . I . . UQ llu
What an 9. j',e final account of Lever Flegal, ad
ministrator of all an .insular, the good,
and chattel., rights and credit, which
were of lienjuniin ltnnsall, late of Brady
townahiu. Clearfield county. Pennsvl-
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pritotl from at. entiiely new plate, and U( T. . : , Ar .! .n
Akothrr CofNTERtr.iT. A new spurious
?2 bill on the Farmere' Bank of Lancas
ter, i'a., is in circulation. The nole
does not resemble tbe genuine.
fsMililary button, are very attractive
to a woman, especially if they are also
MAItltll.n-On Hie 10th Init.. by Rev. Wm.
T. Richer, Mr. Jfiebelaa T. Wilson to Mis
Margaret It. Hoover, all of Kradford township.
IMKI In Lawrence townihip, on the 7th intt.
Harry, and on the 1 1 th. Miles, both children
of James S. and Joanna Norris, aged retpec
tively 4 year 5 months and 18 day, and 2
yeara 5 month and 8 itays.
KlizabHh Joeing, Administrator of all
and singular, the good, and chattels,
. i ightn and credits which were of Elias
Lines, late of Brady tp., Clearfield coun
ty. Pa., deceased.
11. The account of John B. Kyler, admin
. isirntor of all and singular, the goods
and chattels, right, and credit, which
w ere of Jacob Keiicliner, late of Morris
tp., Cleaifield county, Pa.
. ISA! A II G. BARGER,
Clearfield, Aug. 2ft, Jifyisttr.
I ACTJO.V Toe nublie, and eitiecially raer
V; chants, are beraby cautioned againit selling j nation one week
any person goods, or any other article, on my
credit, whether with or without order.
Pikejtwp., fiopt. t, '3-pd.
C- AlTK!.Whercai, my ion KDWAKD,
having left hi home without just cant or
provocation, the fublic are hereby cautioned
agalust harboring or trusting him on my aceount,
as I will pay no debt of his contracting after
tbia dato. RUDOLPH SWATSWOKXH.
Lawrence twp, Sept., 17, pd.
" AUTION' All person are hereby warned 1
Vy agaiost trailing ar naruor.ng eunur oi my
two sons, AL'OUSTL'S and JOSEPH, aged res
pectively, 20 and 18 years, a 1 am determined
to ray no debts of tbeir contracting after thi
date. JOHN 1J Ml'LSON.
PrencUvillo, Sept. 9, "63.
The Teachers of Clearfield county are respect
fully reuneated to meet at th Town Hall, in
I'lrarfield, on Monday tbe 5th day of October
next, at 10 o'clcock A. M. for the purpose of
organuinea Xcacher. I.stitutc, to continue in
the object of this meeting is,
for the attainment or greater pronciency in the
different branches of study ; in the art of teaoli
ing, and for th. discussion ofiurh topics a re-
Is to to the advancement and intereat of the com
mon schools, Teacher are requested to prepare
essays, or short addresses oo practical subjects
connected with tbe theory and art of teaching,
so that the exercises may be .1 interesting and
attractive a possible.
It ia earnestly hoped that all teacher, whe
wish to qu.Vifv rttemswlvet more thoroughly, asd
who desire to keep up" with their profVii, will
avail themselves of the advantngea which this
Institute will afford. Other citiiPns, ladie as
wrll as gentlemen, are invited to attend alfthe
exercises of tbe meeting.
Lectures on educational subjects may be ex-
....., - Druiomuor. at f'U..C.I.
era! wages will be given to eo.np,t,t teacL
Uy order of the Hoard
Lawrence tp., Sept, Id, tf.
BY yirtu of sundry writs of renrf,f; r
was, Issued out of the Court of Cob
i 'ti i vmnruiiiu eouniy, ana to me dir
there will be exposed to PUBLIC SALB iu
Court bouse in tbe borough of Clearfi.u .1 ..
day the 28th day of September next,t i o'oW
p. tn., tbe following described Ileal Eilate ?i
A certain tract of land situate lrtChm!
kin rir.M k..J.J wt
.r, . . . . Jt vuuuuea as r0n.
la wit; ItApinnlnir al a ivabI ,n... .u.
86 degree west 150 perohes to a post, th,.,.?
Ian 201 perches to a post, thence along u,j
of Aaron Pierce to a white pine, thenoebjluu
laaao Kirk to place of beginnine, contain!-. n,
acres, more or loss, being part of a larver ,L
ik. r rj..nA m ""f
.u m ubui usmKi irar, wun tetls'
Log House, lilacksmithshop, and Leg btntm
ted thereon, with about 75 acres cleared...
young bearing Orchard. Seiied and UUni...
ecution and to be sold as tho property f Hud
Also A cortain tract of land situate tn VA
son township, Clearfield county, bonnded avl.J
of William Read, Joseph Moore, William Uiw,
Alexander and John Ferguson and Thomai U
ry, containing 2MI acres, more or less, about.
acres or waicb are cleared, and . large Bank t
erected thereon. Seized and taken in extern.
and to be sold as tile property of lionlamio II,.
born, and of Thomas Henry as AduiiniftrttoJ
Thomas McCracken, doceased.
Also A certain tract of land situateiinJ
township, Clearfield eounty, bounded by uMiij
Simon Koraoougn, Anurew ana caluionj. Jw
ana muits .ate oi .uuses 1'ierce anil othsn m
! ft . . . . ,m
tsiaiDE c-- ncrua, arjuui i acre oi wnicb uiL.
el. Seized aid taken ia execottiin and to bemi
as the property of Aaron Pierce nnd Austin Cn,
Also two certain lots 9f ground, .iuutsii
West Liberty, Clearfield eounty, and bouadW i
the west by lot No. 19, on the north by the In,
turnpiKe, on tue ea.t iiy an alley, sodin.,
south by binds of Jacob Holioiiinz, beine SfL
in front and running back 1-0 fvt-t, knono ii j,
of said town as Noa. lit and li, wili, a two.ie
Fratne Hon.-e erected thereon. &itei andtife
in execution sua to be sola at a procrt)gJ,
BV virtue of a writ of Fieri Futiu,;
sued out of tbe satao court, nnd to mi da;
ted, there will be exposed to PUBLIC SALEn
the same time and plnce, the following detciat
Rent Estate, to wit :
Two certain tract of land silual ia En
townihip, Cloarfieli) eounry, PnnsjiioU, oi
beginning at a I.inu corner, ihence xltodiini
improvement of Levi Dale south 16 degrwtu
j peicncs t a post, tuenco nlonj the tarspa,
road so. th fi6 degrees west ICO perches totfu,
thence north one degree west 72 and seveotiii
"Providential manner," to enter the
crush out" thi. "ninety
dav'." rebellion. JIow many willcoj
Military IIorsk Tnievts in Maryland.
We learn, on the authority of reputable
army of stamp and tax gatherers. Over'j nlnn residing on the Sottthen. bor-
J a , l . UCI M VUia j,.vtt.i aj iMiiuuiiq
fifty thousand of tht. class of cormorants MaryiBntif in ,ha countie. adjoining
are feasting and fattening on the .uh- Pennsylvania, indulge largely in the lux-
stance and liberties of our people. What ury of horse stealing. Several case, have
a wtmeness of men and conduct. ! hn slled . " heir patriotic con-
... i duct in this line oi auty. in one case,
lirijrThose who desire to have the L'ov- they took from a man a blooded horse f
einuiont ndministerod without an army
of five hundred thousand men with
muskets, atid disncneo with the amnll
w hich he valued at five thousand dollar.,
giving hint an order on Sclie.nck for one
Ia another instance, (key stopped a
army of asw.sor. and tax gatherers, and man on the highway, in Harford county,
are in favorof carryingon lliecovernmcnt'and informed hiia that they must have
without a draft every ix months, will of , ft- tw0, &e wch dri
1 Iia tmtAalAii L-lifn t)iv viriiiiairirvri In.
course vote for George W. Woodward for ' kin. ,liem from tlMS w8erH. . jroupon
Governor; an-1 those who wish to continue he showed fight. They took hi. horse
the present mode or administering the;nd took him to a Baltimore prison,
atlairs of State-taxation, Drafts, and Pro- hT, ' Ji ?ftfi?d 1 ",".priS
, , , . .,, ' oned him for "disloyal practice.." It was
vost Marshal and .pies, will of course tr,otlttbie t0 fight for hi. property!
vote for Andrew 3. Curtin. j These agent, of Sohenck put their own
. .. " ; , ,., , ! valuation upon the horse, ther capture,
,,-Ihepre.er.tJacoii.nr.jler.atVVas Rnd pay for thera with order, on that he-
ington are condemned with more foeling'ra, who, n hen the order, are presented
nnd bitterness by returned .oldier. than by !to uitti t,llg ,ue victtma that they should
any other men.Tl.ey nre the beat qualified "LPP' en?rl Lee for payment,-tbe
, , , ., .. . . thieve, having previously charged the
to judge, ir.uch.re the sentiment, of ovrner$of tho hoMie, wj.n "disloyalty." -
those who return, what may we presume Thi. charge i. sufficient to justify them
to be the .entiment. of those who arecom- i Schenck'a opinion, for any villainy
pelled to remain ? And when complaints i1'1 mRV c?mmit-. Wht Sehenck doe.
, . . I with these hor.e. i. not known. Perhaps
.o unresisting, come from .uch a quarter. hu agenll UeR, io on- COunty-nd .ell in
tuuuiu uiviiiuna me mi tiers anil .ot her and ahare the nrofit. with ther
School Teachers Wanted.
r"1HE School Board of Jordan township wish to
employ Four School Teachers, for FOUR
month commencing in November next. Uood
wages will begircn. Application can bo made
to DAVID W. WISE,
Sea. of tbe Board.
Jordan tp., Sept. I. pd
"l ACTIO V. All par sens are hereby caution
J ed against purchasing or ia any way med
dling wita the following property, bow ia the
possession of M. 11, Cinoway oil Covington town
ship, vis : On Brown Mare, rne Sorrel Horse'
one Bay Horso, and one Yoke of Had Oxeo, as
the same ha been purchased by us, and bave
only been left with laid Conoway on loan, and
are subject to ur order.
J. W. POTTER,
Freachville, Sept 1(1, 18.3. pd.
will be held at tbe close ot the Institate, and por.
mancnt certificates will be awarded to deserving
candidates. C. 15. SAXDK0HD,
Clearfield, Aug. 12. Co.Sup't.
STRAY 0, Came trespassing on the prem
ises of tho subscriber residing in Girard
township, about tbe I Gih of August last, a large
Kt!l OX, horns very wide, sad tipped with brasi
knobs. Ths owner it hereby notified to com
forward, prove property, ray charges, tts., or he
will be disposed ol according to law.
September 1(1, 186.1.
brothers of these soldiers hesitate to burl master. We have heard of .everal initan-
them from the place, of trust they have 'ce8 of tneir ins? bore obtained in
so shamefully abused ? i this forcible manner .Evening Journal.
teTThe shoddy patriots have been com-! . rR Pleeoino KAViAt. The Abolition
Mn . ... , , I , ., . itt. are trying to kill otT the Democrat, in
pelled to esabhsh a new daily paper in, Kansas-murdering in cold blood. Tbe
t Utsburg, called the Commercial, to advo- mode or operating is, to chase a democrat
cate the election of the " twin relics" or Tarmer from hi. home into the wood, and
war and negro equality-Curtin and A-1 then cal1 nim "huh "hacker" a. a pre-
WANTED A large lot of
' ' FLAX SE ft D in exchange Tor
GOODS at the Cheap Store of
JOHN V. THOMPSON.
Curwensvilln, Sept 16, 1863.
PROPOSAL. Proposals will be received
bv the Commissioner of Clearfield county,
until ThmnJnif tk lt day of October next, for
building a ItitlDGIO acros the Susquehanna
river at the place known as McMurray - trvins'
mil, in Burnsido township. Said bridge to be
about 105 feet long, 16 feet wide, to be covered
with joint shingles, planked with ! inch plank,
and the abutments tn be of .tine 11 feet above
low water mark, Ac, Ac
Plat land specification! can be seen at any time
by calling at the Commissioners Office,
by order of the Beard,
WM. 8. BRADLEY, CTk.
ClearfioM, Sept 9, 18S3.
fW0 good Jonrneymen Blacksmith are waa
X ted by the undersigned, at the shop lately
occupied by Jacob Sbunkwiler. in Clearfield, to
whom ateady employment and liberal wages will
b. given. Apply to
JAMES L. LEAVT.
Clearfield, Fept. 9, 1863. pd
To School Teachers.
IVE TEACH CR .r wanted for the
Penn township School. Persons wishinr
) to .pply for them will please meet tb. Directors
on tn inirrj oeturday in October, ia Penaville.
Perhaps three or four Female will be employed.
By order of the Board,
Aug. 1J, 1868. JOHN FLEOAL'Seo'y.
pectcd at the ovening sessions. An examination J perches to a post, tbetice north 89 degiMtM
124 and Dve-tenta perches to ths end
of beginning, centaining 51 acres and 41 ptl
es, being part of a larger tract of land sorTj.ru
en warrant to Henry WvkofT, about 10 acre
which are cleared, with atwo-storv I'm H'
32 by 32 ft., and Log Stable erected thereon, ik.
alt defctidant'i interest in a cortain tract oflif.
situate in the township, county acd State ofn
said, being alntment No. 5 of tract So. 3U. Imr
ded on the south by th o above ointd tratta
the west by lands of . K. Lobougb, oa the norU
by Long, and on tho east by McGarr'i heirs. c
tnining 81 acres, more or less, about liocmcf
which are cleared, with s two-story plunk ft:im
Mouse erected thereon. .Seired and taken in i
ecutiun and to be sold as the frtiftrvj of toftrr
Also all that certain tract of land situate k
Uurnside township, Clearfield coontj, Ps. k
ginning at a maple corner ; thenee ly laoii:
Wm Brothers, west one hundred und liiij
seven perches to a maple; thence north tftt-l"
degrees west thirty-six perches to a white al
thence by land cf John Patch in, north liitte
degrees east two hundred and sixty. two perttii
to a post ; thence by land of lloraue Pair1.;
north forty-two degrees east one hundred a:
ciehtv rierchea lo a white nine ! thsnea Ink
of Jacol Tingling and others, south four huoli
and nine perches to the place of beginmsg
SCHOOL DIRECTORS AND
TEACH VM S-T h e County Superinten
den I hereby give notice that be wi'l ueet tbe
loaf hers, Directors and friends of education gen
erally, at tbe following named placerand dates,
.it t o'clock, a. m., of each day :
Huston and Fox, at Hickory Kingdom, on Friday
Clearfield and Lawrenco, at Clearfield, on Mon
day, September 21.
Jt-ff Positively no private examination will be
held, except at the written request of three Di
rectors of tbe District in which the applicant in
tends to toach or to fill vacancies.
C. B. 8ANDFORD, Co. Sup't.
Clearfield, July 29, 1863.
tlfHEHEAS, Hon. SAMUEL LINN, Pres-
T T ident Judge of the Court of Common Pleas
of the twenty, fifth Judicial District, composed of
the counties of Cluarfield .Centre and Clinton
and th Eon. JAMKS BLOOM and Hon. JNO. V.
TH0M PSON, Associate Jundges of Clearfield co. ;
bave issued their precept, to me directed, for the
boldtnr of a Court nf Pnnimitn Pleas. Orohan's
Court, Court of Quarter Sessions, Court of Oyer! tnining 30 seres more or loss, surveyed tiii
and Terminer, end Court of General Jail Delivery, i dny cf October, A. D., 1834, on warrant dated lb
at the Court House at Clearfield, in and for the , December, 1793, granted to Samuel Bartley.vii
connty of Clearfield, on the lo8 bouso, log barn and saw-mill erected tin
Fourth AfondaV,tAe2thdoofScptcmbcr, 1803.1",' with abuut 5) cro cleared. Seised
N0TICK 18. therefore herebv .iv.n. to the u.kn !n e""tlon. nl to be M tht P
Coroner, Justices of the Peaae. and Constables, i V'titw8 rS' dt;ceft0!-
n and for said county of Clearfiold, to appear in
their proper persons, with their Rolls, Records,
Inquisitions, Examinations, and other Remem
brances, to do those things which to their office,
and in their behalf, pertain to be done.
GIVEN under my band at Clearfield, thi 18th
day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thou
sand eight huudred and sixty-three.
EDWARD PERKS, Sheriff.
Y VIRTUE of sundry writs ot Ltmrik
etas, Issued out of the courts ol Cosr
Pleas of Clearfield ecuntios, and to n t
rected, there will be exposed to Pl'flli
SALE, at the curt bouse in the borough of C
field, on Monday the 2Sth day of September
at 1 o'clock, P. M., tbe following describe!
Estate, to wit :
All those 3 several tract, of land situate.
in Decatur township, Clearfield county, !
SHAVING and H AIRnRIXSlMl.The , ly extend ng into Centre county, origiosllt
eitisens of Clearfield and vicinitv will take vevml tin nti warntnlj. rlnt. i 1 lit Jul v. KH
notice tbat tb undorsicned ha l opened a Shav necttrelv c ranted to Einunuo 1 Flotcher. Eliak
ing Salooa In Graham I Row, where the various ' Harrison and John Harrison, adjoining lanl'
branches of bis Profession will be eonduotel in a veyed to Joseph Harrison, Thomas Clllingws
style equal U the best city shopi. He respectful- ! Francis Lathron. and others, and patented Apr
ly solicits a trial of hi skill. , 1850, to the anid Henry Billington, cim'i
GEORGE FRIEND, i In?. In the iirr.re.rnin. 1 IHT acres and 22 W
Clearfield. Jul 20. IKM fim lnnflnnH .1,1, ,h. .Itn.nn eTeeotinl Ul"
O TRAY COWStrayed from th. subscriber ' Mt"t.he.refrom t," .n ti
O io Clearfield, co o. .boat th. 2d instant a S1 ' g . av.1" r. t Li bVtVaa
Url.i..iirnw .i,i..i..i.w fnt....i Jobn Oon .nil Abraham Goss, their neiri"
bug. black COW, wtth a .tar ia her iign,( Bnd lh, 0thpr in the 'po.sessioB f
Aaf person f inng informatio. ..to th. wh.rea- . , , ' P .
sbV.ias.r 10 i1.r'D;ba:rR sas
- - "f JZ4 perebe
-thu. exoepted from the onj
vitig 832 .cres and 61 percbei,
A IlXIf I ' Th. miKlin ttm harebv Attilinn. traflta. and lnaviniy
J .gainst harboring or trusting my .on AN- the ollowanoe now oonveyed, be tb. same
CREW a minor who left bia bom sometime or less, together with all and I'ngular the 'h
in May last without any just cause, as I will pay
su more debt, of his contracting.
Kartbau tp., Sept. S, 1868. pd,
Dissolution of PartnerahirJ
pHE Co-partnership heretofore exisUag be- A Tin Orphan.'
- tween tbe undersigned, trading under the X Y. and for sad
v. ... j .vgvvi.o. ' i . .. i. . . - -a . . . .
w.Un rUliia. lihertlel. priviwp
and Improvcmeiit. Seised nd Uken i
tion and to be .old as the property of " !
r. ri C.-Ilrt Jnhn M. lifliau"
1 ,n l.
Also all that certain I wo-otorj " . "' j
.:i ... . -l. . i.:. r Wom""
Estate of Thomas 0. Snyder, deo'd.
CLEARFIELD COUNTY, ES t
Court hM at rtaarAalJ in
- - - " - -y -- . . . li f in
county, at June term, A. V , road leading from Alexander i'"s ' 4-
the ipsnurg, in the village ar raseyvini -
Building, situate in th. township of "'?od.,?rJ
..4 .... - n .u int nn snath lis""
uu uuuui J vivniuvui) v. "-- dli,
I i.j;1 iV..W. rordingt"""
. . . . i - i -a.. ta ...i a nnumit
Dano oi Mj WaUlXuOMo r BOiNS. bUftRii da ' iboj, iq ioe mhimt or tbe appraisement of the lpsourg. in ine Tiuago r r""T aait-J
new. There were three " loyal" paper, in lJj. Zl vet will never cewe to -olww by matu.l consent. ! good, and chattel., right, and credit, which were tb we.t by lot owned by Henry Pewrs, m W
that city, but neither having had a direct I bleed while thrfoulapirit or" the aholU 1 J' w HTTCOMS,' ' :.fThoma.O Snydcr, l.t.ofMorri. town.hip, AI.aae.Wr, "ld
interest in the ahoddv interest. IW .1. I KnnaTi, h -rint f lhe thoU . h?'' !f.'. fcP Court Lf J""1?lX
ouriuago apiurieunui..s! ----- -jj -.fw
and Uken in execution and to be oi
interest in the shoddy interest, they all tion party has it. way
.i...i u ii .aU:..i. r.: j t ..iu -
nuTOliincu i.in dviuiqi a iiioiiu, ill tabu - , , firw oviutv duiihvh ,uaari.ayuiej will oe uuim. waudiuii
era distasteful manner lo .ait the "unJ ..T-??..d',l?, XU Cni?.n W" .UB0.d.ttb..'d .Und under th. title, at "A. 1 a7 of next term,
- - Ll . IIHIKJI. I II H I mmnnr. I ll ...IN IVtABVBV r.
I w.uuu. vv, ' 1 -J . II W " v.
to restore it is to give them the victory. ,
Jun 1. 1863. ABA WHITCOHB. low.: "Jon. 17. 1863. acaroved Ki. Si., and r
saajTha abova business ImereanUlel will ha nnlss .xcenliona am filed nn or hefbra tha firat ed and
will be eonflrin.4 abaolnUly." projerty oi ueorg. n. miiee.
B. WHITC0MB. ' By th. Court I. G. BARGER, KDWAKD 1 1 B"VT ' .
. . I . m , .. .... . . . I 0 L . tW . - f 1 S -1 ..II I . 1 U w -
wooaw.ra, juiy 2a, is.;.. juij 22, i.oa. vi a wphani teurt. oiwm vui vnimwi