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..:.VT4 7r ""li'rtT V i , ?lin$of ,ho Central Democrats
fjBJNEtOAV1::::::::::::::::AfOfbT3,l!!0i.,tlub, of Clearfield county, hold at their
r:trrrr- ! m
ffnt ymr if paid tn adianrv,
" " if paid wilkin the yrnf,
' "if mil jwitf it Uhin Iht jtnr.
.,n,l f.Vn ftrnnf n T..-..
Clh ult., UoofGrabt'a corps crossed
j iue iunu iub ui iue unmcH river, on ;
ittloon bridges, when this movement
0 discovered by th enemy a vlgoroua' "iC"
iackwaa made upon tho Union forces, 'J, ,
ey buuii miiifu, uia enemy repulsed ro'iucm onjectg should be made to yield
ib tho loss of four cuns ond about sixtv i t0 i,s al'ainnjent.
isoner- ThoaeponnLnv. Unsolved, That we folomnly protest
MonerS 1 ho account . nys.thoUo corps ngnin8l nnJ utterly repudiate all Cas
.cceeded iu crossing tho James and there at variance (herewith, 'and denounce Tho
trenching. On Saturday morning last manifesto of Abraham Lincoln addressed
it explosion oMi mine under the ene-1"'0 w hom mn.v concern," as revolution -
v'a worki took t,lnnn n.r; i la,'y in sentiment, contrary to law. and
, work, look p ace, throvnng a volumo! subversive of ,' Constitution andTo
Idirt turee hundred Teet into the air, nllirm, that a servant of tho people who
ben an immodiale attack was made a-J'hu places himst-lf bove the law, has
jug the wholo line, assisteiby the thun- ro'ritetI H claim to our confidence, re -
Art.nr.nn Ti.:- : r ,
was in iron i ot
Petersburg. Tho first lino o. theenomie's be requested To Tn MaCon velf
works ore said to have bcon captured and lion, at the Court House in Cloai field, on
Jio loss was heavy on both sides. j Saturday, the 13th duy of August, 1801,
Tho truth respecting Sherman's opera- Ji."?!; "C np" ni- t0 crres8 solemn
a- i . . , ,, ,le'ms their abhortence of a nroloniifti ion
tionsare beginning to be told. He has f tho war for such object, and Mo take
hot. ueuii gaming viciorics, nor invosimg
and besiceini? At untn On tli,nnti.im;
o - "'JJ
in the engagements on tho 2Jd & 23d our
forces woro severely repulsed losing 2.C00
prisoners, 22 guns and 500 wagons, and
our loft wing forcod back many mile. This !
Recount is furnished by correspondents j
to our own papers. Shermau, at last dates
as on the defensive.
nAiu-Brnxixo of cltam-
, JJEIlSItUHG. j
; Chambersburg was entered on Saturday 1
last ty aboily of Kelel cavalry only 3.0:
"strong, according to the Uarrisburg Tclc-
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ju uuuiuuiivu a comriuuuon oi
U'O.COO in gold, or ?500,OOU in green
backswhich was refused, when the torch
iW3 ppplicd to the railroad buildings, the
courthouse, and other publio buildinc?.
iThe flames spreadinc toother buildiuL-s.
hho principal part of the town, to the'
.Dumber of 2G3
houses, were consumed, i
iAbout three hours after tho aipearanee'
of tho rebels Gen. Arerill, at the head of
. some 1,500 cavalry, mado his appearance,
i the rebels retre,tling tvoativard, when pur
suit was immediately given, and kept up
to MeConnellslurg, in Fulton county.
fFrom there the rebels loft for the Poto
i tiiac at Hancock.
This seems to be about the truth
: tinru il.ni lUa in nna i
accounts Sllld 80.0 (1 i rnnn at Plinn.,o...l
i e j oners, s weu ns- a iev guns, i lie lots iu
JJbursburg, and that they were divided into'' men is estimated at 1,000.
?two columns one going towards Harris-1 'From -all that our informant could
Urg and the other making for Mount fuir"'ro "er." but S""' lpt tho'
i i. . . , , . , ,thero seems to bo somo doubt that the
i 1 D1Q or Altoona-is not bcheved. -nemv did canturo some.
rr TI I 1 . l . t 1
j x. a iy iasi nigni a man we nave ac
fcouuts of a severe repulso to Grant's
norces in tronlot l'elorsburg.
j place iu the assault of tar the explosion rjen. Mulligan', death was still reported
Jabove mentioned. The work was progress- at Baltimore ystrday, but thero is noau
ling well unttl the negro Division was or-phen lid inforrnuliun on the subject.
Idered forward, when they were mot with I W i,,.U rcPnr'i ,0'.l,,1 H"B 1,16
a galling hro. Ihey sooa broke and
tame comjiieteiy uemoralued, nnu tied to column, no not make it more thun lh.OlHi
the rear. Their loss, especially in oflicers, 'or I'.OOO men, making the wholo strength
is very severe. This took place on Satur- 'of the rebel force now in tho valley and
U;iy. I upon tho borders of the Upper Potomac
Thero is no later news from Sherman. -betwen 5,000 and 30,000 men or all
Nothing further from tho recent raid- arms,
cis. One report says they left McCbn-j This force is understood to be com
nell. burg in the direction of Bedford; and 'mnrided by firn. A. P. Hill, Gen. liurly
another, that they were ovortaker. six
miles below McConnellsburg and severely
punished, when they retreated towards
Si'ecial NoTKE.-rThe relatives and
friends of deceased persons must excuse
us for omitting the publication of vorses
they aro in tho habit of attaching to obit
uary notices unless accompanied v. ith
tho pay 'at tho rale of Jive cents per lino,
Our limited pace compels us to this
Led pace compels us to this
id if persons will only reflect for
. .. . . . ,
t, tliut however precious , they
may appear to the parents', or immediate
relatives of the dead, thev are of no inlor-
'i est Kl.ntoom. !., ii,-.
uiuvi VI 1WMIIJ UVVIJ ViDl", T i ii HI
I once agrco with us as to its propriety. .
KiT John S. Ellis, a son of Richard and warning- to the ualtimorb press.
1 Julian j;ilis, of Ferguson township, was' Baltimore, July 2Gtli. Private ordors
killed in tho battle at Fort Stevenson, w."e f1.1' iucd to the press of this
i,. ,. . . ' city, prohibiting, under pain of suppres-
j near Washington City, on tho 13lh of 6iol)i nny pihlication whatever in "reler
I July last. Deceased was a member of enco to the rid, either of federal or rebel
I Co. A, Cist regiment T. V. ! movements.
, CoNGRES8I054L CONFERENCK' Thoi'0 p
j fears to be some difficulty in agreeing up
u uny lor me meeting of the C6ngres-
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1 eional Conferees for this irftlrict, at Ridg-
nay. ine barren ledger names Thurs
day the 1st of September, which is con
curred in by the Erie Observer ; while the
Elk Advocate names the 8tU or September.
; This difference should be reconciled with
out delay. Either day will suit tho Dem
. ocraey of Clearfield but we
J earliest day named.
Letter from a Prisonkr of W.-Th."l iho, 1st of August the rent for
follnwin,, U.n i.trnotnf n loltflr rpooi....!
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by the wife of Mr. Charles Larnmer. who
Wcia inl. M it, ...,.! ,tnu l.niil nf
was taken on the second dav'a battle of
' tho Wilderness. It was postmarked Old Gen. I ay no has also restricted the sale
Toint rv.mfi.t T..lo 01. !, iu ,in,. or nrms and ammunition to persons con
joint Comfort, July -4, but its t ncctea with the army, and to iueh only by
i shows serious dolay somewhere 1 I permit from his headquarters.
Danville, May 14th. 1804. I Tho purchase of supplies can only be
Hear Mart-Wa woro transferred to elTectcd by permit from the surveyor, and
""'".place yesterday. There are quite a
Jumber of us aro now quartered in a to-'
nioco factor alone the river sido. M. 13. '
Cramer. E. F. Carr and Wm. Carr are
"ere with me we are all well, and the
Trospeot for tho continuance of our bcatth
is rather good. You need have no fears
for our safety , Your husband.
boron Ph nf ('.
Saturday even inc. Julv 30. isiu. m. 'm.
lion, a committee of Ave were annoini,i
7 i . I f , . , . . , i J -"
to draft te-olutiorisexrressive of the genii;
v iiuir. wiiii rpifiiru in ilia
present policy of tho Administration at
i7t L e ' K J uurneu io meet
W 00,u on wonUay evonijpg.
I " "u" evening, A Ug. Ist.-Ulub-mel.
J3AMH jt; 13AK(iER, sec y.
liaokeJ, That peace upon tho basis of
nion as formed Lvnur r..ii.r
tho Jtenrtfflt desire of everv truo
lover of our institutions, and all other
i . .,.., tu, ,
uca oiner steps as tho crisis mov
T. J. McCi i.Loutiir, Ch'n,
I'. F. Ktzweiler,
L Wai.tkb 15arrei,
1L W. Park,
Committee on liesolutions.
THE WAR NEWS.
ANOTHER REBEL INVASION.
Atotck and ttrfcal at f!en. (nnh'i
uur wis 1,(IU(J (Un. Kelly not killed The.
dca'.h of Gen. Mulluan tii'l reported Ucbd
jorce repnneil at from i.'5,(MJ0 to 30,000.
under Gen. A. P. Hill.
" PlIILADrt mil. .Tnfir 97
Tho telegraph lines to Baltimore being
under an embargo by the Government, wo
iavn'' otirsehej of the following informa-
!"0?' afp'.vo? ''01n. a weI1 ,n.wnieU gontle-
man of that city, in regnrd to tho impor
tant movements now Iransnirinn on iIia
'Vi"1 11,0 particulars of tho abandor.-
r r." r" 1 "! rr ny ul?
is now clearly ascertained Ihnt as soon tfs
the fact of the return of the Sixth
- v' i" 'Mi'iii iiiu iiiuiiiiur. ji
towards Washington was commenrwl iIia
rebels availed themselves of the important
advantage thus presond, and their rear
fpjl upon Gen. Crook's command near
Winchester, with ueh overnowerini.
numbers as to compel that gallant olficer
osing a coimileritblo number
men in killed f.nd wounded and pris-
... ii r . .
With regard to the reported death of
Gen. Kelly, it is uilicient to eny that he
i. ....'il. f r i i . .
. . "' rooKs, out was, and
'Lf l I A I nrnlms ....I
in iue Dorouga of Clrarfield. on
be-jeutire force composing the recent raiding
'.having been obliged to retire from aclivo
, tlu'3' on account of his wound breaking
out afresh, and it is said he has been n-
signed to tho command of the Richmond
As to the dei-igns of the rebel force now
!on the borders of Maryland, for it is be
lieved that up to this time they have not
' crossed tho l'otwmac at least iu any force.
, All is conjecture.
The most probable viow is, that they
will attempt on extensive raid into Penn
J'ivania, ana oy mniui
lrne" friTZf n!'
send away mnreot his
)'lvania, and by making a great show of
force Gen. Grant to
army from before
In corroboration of the opinion exnres
cd as to the strength of the rebel force,
uui iinui 1'iuiifc Bimes winy ui-u. oiuuni u"
plotted that the rebel line of battle con
i fronting him extended four miles.
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Heign of Terror in Kentucky.
1 ne l'urcnnso 01 rrorcrtv irom. nnu ravmcnt 01
wel:uu. Disloyal Persons, rrohibited-Ammu-
nition to be sold to Foldiere only, and on Cer-'
tain Conditions Disloyal Citiseni ordered !
SlRtnAnothnr Guerilla Killed ;
Confiscation of Hobel Stores in rducah-No
Leniency to he shown to Traitors.
Cairo. July 2Cth, 18C4. Gen. Payne
has tiruhibited all persons from occupying
houses or other buildinas of wood, as leu-
antB, in tho district ot Western Kontucky,
,nnd from paying thorefor, except to the
landlnrlK rw n.M rT iinilae inl in IT lnv alt v. i
nnnnt.uiM r i...;ri: . i .. i j...TA.-ni
nupying bUllUingl or lands Ot disloyal
.... .-. vu ,iu iu uai eosi i uiii niuiii.i-
ters, and ne payment of rent to disloyal
nnrinni will La ai;,l
ISIS InUSL llrt nnid tn IhA I nilnnlAfniOI.
porsons will be valid.
merchants can only bring goods into the ;
district by conforming to section 58 of the
rcnulations of the Treasury Department.'
Several stores have been closed and large
.numbert ol (lis loyal ciiizens or I'mlucah
jnr nrjtju uiuviuu tvaiu uw- i w iiuiajv
Tho notorious cuerr,illa Keslerson will
bo f hot at raduoalt to morrow. " ,.
Gen. Tuyno ha, already confiscated to
tbo use of the Government Cfieea stores
of disloyal parties afeTaducah.
REIGN OF TunTinii iv innvr .x-r.
J " ' v ' ' li iiumrr UHO
taken measures to punish Maryland trait-
via. no (iirpois I hut nil
persons who aro
known to havo pointed out the property
U union men lor ueMoil nre to to
promptly urrcsteJ nud uut to
will thonce 1)6 pnnk In iha
military prison at Wheeling, and their
lamines Deyonu our inp South. Th r
1 Louies aro to he seized and used for Gov-
ernnip,lt hospital and store-houses, and
tlieir lurnituro will bo sold ut auction lor i
to have lulibrea by information given by
) , 1 ho citizens of FreHerick have been or-
dcreJ l? r,rort ul tlie Frovoot's office bo-
een tho 25th and 30th, and tk. tho
oath of eg'unce.
! Eumors ia Baltimore,
' '"""em-iiia, July W. A gentleman
,vho orrived in thi5 city this morning
f,mn '"'ore, furnishes us with the
folIo!,'in(? information :
1 , Wllh refinrd l? the command of our
i " 1" ' ' " proicss 10 te re
Iiably Informed, declniod that Gen. Hun
tor and not Ueu. Wright is in chief com
mand. When otir informant lft Baltimore tho
city was caloi and quiet but there was a
pood deal of anxiety to learn tho i.ows.
The authorities had iesued imperative or-
flprR tA thn rirlas itrtt In .imI.IIU ...t.:Mi.
, . i " " uj mmj
I whatever in retard to tho invasion, or the
movements ot either confedeiateor feder.
ul troops, lioubtless the niotivo for this
restriction was a proper one, but whether
the object sought to bo obtained by it
will bo secured is questionable.
In tho absence of all authentic informa
tion, the wildest possible stories were bo
ing circulated, and the mere fact of sup
pressing intelligence, Boomed to bo best
icalcul.iled to increase app.xhension and
! promote a panic. The effect of this un
certain state ofaflaiisand ignorance as to
I the realities of tho situation, which our
1 """""ani refinrueu as oy no means sen-
ous or critical, was that nervous pooplo
were teginn:ng to imagine all sorts of
direful possibilities, and it was currently
reported that various bank cfliceis, and
other publio functionaries, were making
arrangements for on expeditious removal
of valuables should it be found that the
enemy were making an effort to advance
Our infoimant was, however, decidedly
of the opinion that Baltimore was not
even menaced, but fhat if the enemy ad
vanced at all aeioss the Potomac, it would
be towards Pennsylvania, and befuro they
can do this, they must fight and dofeut
our forces threatening their right flank.
Baltimore, July '26. A dispatch to the
American from Frederick, this morning,
says oil was juiet thero. The news from
the front looks favorable. Wo still hold
llarpei's Ferry, and it is not even menac
ed? Adams' exprcrs eomnanv received nn
order this morning from their agent there
to forward goods as usual.
We have a report this morning, but it
is believed to bo sensat'.orinl. of some un
easiness on the lino of tho Northern Cen
tral Roilrond, and that apprehensions of
a ram were Doing euterlaineit ; nlt-o, that
ordeis were issued to remove all the rol
W amiitutov, July 2. The latest au
thentic intelligence is that Gon. Kelley
now occupies Martinsburg ; that there
has been no heavy fighting within the
past lurco or four days, and that there is
no information that the rebels Lave re
crossed into Maryland.
The Itfpvblican in on exlm says: A dis
patch from Oen. Hunter to the Govern
ment, received this morninf, soys ther.e
has been considerable skirmishing across
the river with th enemy, the hitler oc
cupying l ulling Waters, on the Virginia!
side, ana onr Hirces occupying Willuims
port, on the Maryland sido. and the con-!
test being for the river ford betweentho j
two places. j
Up to this mot nine there is no evidence
that Gen. Early has been reinforced.
The affair at Winchester, in which Col.
Mulligan was wounded, was nothing more
thnn a skirmixh. (ion. Crook was forced
to full bick from Winchester by finding
his little command flanked upon the
right and left.
tajr"Howard of tho Timet" called for a
fust and four hundred thousand men. He
was put in Fort Lafayette. Lincoln calls
for a fast and five hundred thousand men.
Now, then, what should bo done with
I) EI-li:i'' XOTICK. Tho Doy.rd of Belief
I V for the county of Clearfield, will meet at the
Commissioners' ollieo, on Wednesday and Thurs
day, the 21th ond 23th days of August, ISC I.
The Board have directed that all new appli-q
cants must appear before the Hoard and produce
their sworn statement detailing name of soldier,
regiment and company; when cniistod I the
number of children, with ago and 1 ex of each ;
the township in which they resided at tho time of
enlistment, and their present residence; andtbnt
sho is without the means of support for herself
anl children, who aro dependent upon her.
Two wilncssos of credibility, from tho township
in which she rasidet, must also bo produced
whose certificate, sworn to beforo the board, must
set forth that the applicant is the person the cp-r
itiunibcr and age of her family is true : that she
kh-nh umioi n u. luoimii nmcuiiui-ui mmv.
i in destitute eircumitanoos and her family io
aotual want ; ami Hint all the faiU setforth in her
Spldieation are just and truo.
i'orins containing these rcqui.ltions oaa be ob-
tainod at tho office of the Jloard of Kelicf, when
ap)ilication it mado and tho witnesses appear.
Aug., 3, 18A4. WM. 8. UKADLKY, Clk.
T euros colera, whon first taken, in few hours;
1. dysentnry In half an hour j toothache in live
minutes. It is perfectly Innocent to take inter-
Aug. o, ISO.
Dr. S. I. Tobias Mew York Dear Sir I hava
1 scd your Venetian liniment ;ih gVea t success!
',..1.: i. i ii r. i j:
both as an Internal as well as an external medi
cine. In cases of Bilious Colio nod Colors Mor
bus I regard it as a sovereign remedy. Y our
Venetian Horse Liniment stands unrivalled as a
horse mediclue amongst Tarries and bonfmPQ on
this.canal. WM. LEWIS.
Sup't North ilranch CsnaL
fries 25 and oOjecnts a bottle. Sold by all
Druggista, Oifleo Sti. Curtlundt street h.Y,
Airiinv.ii . v
iory jioto given by tho uuaoraiifnoa tg Joha
' n iivrf ai i, uuicu ill r iiuev vi
f 'Pw"" J8S. and payable in tho Spring oT
' M tui not tlM raid full. , ,
ErsJford tr., July 2o,i6i ,T , , . . ;"j
A . ,1.. . - , 1UK S NOTICE. Notice 1
U hereby ifiven. Th:.t T:i. f i.iri.::.
l?n thB eelu'8ofonoodMeCrackon"i
b'.ra io me unders gneJ.a 1 per
iod indebted to said estate arc retired to make i
.mmedut. p.ymont na those Ling claims i
cated for settlement
-. wui present them duly au'licnU-
J011.N II. KOWLES.
'IValV H -2f5 A('J1 roil1
jjL phii. 1 crsons desiring n bar-!
gain in the purct.te cf tt KARAT, tit do well to ;
, . TPr unity now offered. The farm
, about 60 ncrce cUurcd oJ iu.provod with good
outbuildings, .tl ,s dvnutnireon,1 lM,o,l ..H
icun '""do highly productive, "if mbo'"o"ld
Vi J,"f riirthcr parth-ularg imply
o ho tubfcnt,or o.ih.r iu porrou ur by k-tteV &
Kylcrtown Post Office, Clenr'ield cm,,,;.
B0,?XK!.?F"I,1'ioI1"1l Lonnots, hats,"j;7ts,
taps, bhtiker,, liibl.o,,,, Flowers. I'luu,e8
trape, Uonnct bilks and Millinery Uooda scner
ully, cheaper than the cheapest nt
J. T. KUAZKR'S.
New Watch asd Jewelry Store.
SII. 1.AUC1II.1X, having purchased the
iutm-cst of his lato partner, in now coin-it
ou his own hook in tho thop formcrlv oceuiSed
by them on t-econd street, where he is 'prepared
to keen un his reimtat!on i. n.,...i..... i
by doing all work entrusted to him on short no-
tice, in the best lunuuor, and on the most rea -
ouublo terms. Ilel'ving tho county,, all ho ntk -
is a fair trial, and u continuation of tho patrons
ago heretofore extended. Look out for the tin of
T II K til It V VT'1I
N. E Tho Cash will bo positively expeeted
when the work is delivered. s. II. L.
CL0T1IIMU Full suits to match, of co.,ts
pants and ve.-t., overalls, dint, rs, Hoys' Clo
tliing nt J. .1' W. A '1 KK'S.
MAINE STKKET, CVRMEXSVILLE, I'A.,
WH. A. MASON, Prorrietor.
rpin.Slonff Cftublbhodand well known 110-I
1 TEL. situated in tin west end of tho town.'
has beeoreruoddled, enlarged and improved, mid
tho proprietor respoctt'ully announces to bis nu
merous friend?, and to tho. travelling publio, that
he is now prepared to accommodate all vho mav
favor him with a call.
Amplo, suf nnd comfurtablo stabling is at -
tarhed to tho preniir es, And truMy attendants
will always bo on hand. Charges moderate.
. Feb. 12, ISliL'.-tf.
NOTIUI3 & CAUTION.
n AVIXU mode application to tho Assistant
Assessor of tho ly.l, Colle;tion District of
ronuiylvanLi, nml ft Licnso as Auctioneer hav
ing been granted to nie by tho proper authority,
I would inform the citi.ens of Clearfield county
that I will attend to "calling sales" whenever
desired in any part of tho county, Charges
moderate Address JOIiN L. ltKAMS,
Dec. 1, 1,s3-tf. Clearfield, I'.i.
P. S. Any person "calling" sales without n
license is subject to a penalty of $ilt), which will
bo enforced in accordance with tho law, og.uust
all persons wuluting the ctat'ite,
THE UXITKI) KTATKS'llOTKL
CO ERLY il IlUrciIISON..nV.
MUS Hotel, so well known to the t r.'ivc'in '
public o.f CIcartiiH county, is now iu a cor -
ditiou to all'ord the niot-t execllejit necoiniuodation
either for tho transient jjuost or tho permanent
Tho "United States" bus now all tho conven
A FIJiST CLASS HOTEL, '
and tho Proprietors aro determined to spare nit!i.
or expense, time nor labor to ensure tho comfort
of tho guests. The alroiuigo of tho travoliii"
public is ro'twutfulljt-oiicitcd. jly 1, ';!, y,
D. W. McCURDY, A. B. Priacirtal.
flR next Cuarter will nntn on Mi.mlin-
iiu oi April, ioi.
i.l. ..r . ... . . . '
tuition as fol-
Common KngHsb, comprising those branch,
os not higher than Reading, Writing, Arith
metic, Ucogruphy, Knglish Orammer and
History, per ioartcr, - no
Higher i;ngliPh, per quarter, - 7 Oo
Languages, per quarter, ' - H) 00
Tl'SlIN PIH, having npplicd for I.ieenso
ft as an Auctioneer, under tho U. H. ltevenuu
Laws, I espectfullv informs his frieails nnd iln,
public generally, that ho is always prepared to
attend public sales 111 nv rnrt of the oouniv
the shortest notice, and on tho most reasonable
terms. He can be addruascd, personally or by
letter, nt Lccont's Mills, Clearlield county, Pa.
JyU-ilt z J L jsTIN I'lK,
TH AY OM'-.N. Strayed away from tho
premises of tne subscriber, In (lirnrd town-
shin, the ono about tho 2i!d, and tlio other about
tho HUlli Juno last, TWO OXF.N, 5 yenrs old last
spring ono with black sides, while streak along
tho back, and some white about tho head : tho '
other red, with white on bis back, and right ear
marked. A liberal rewind will bo paid for infor- '
nintiun concerning said oxen, by addressing iho
undersigned, cither personally, or by letter to
Leconto s Mills post ufheo.
Jv13 B. M'GOVFKX.
-Tho RED OX deseribod in the abovo
advertisement has been found. aug:t
OIlMtRLV AT TUB BKLLKl'ONTI ForjlDRr
' TLACK Of BI SIXESS.
IIAUPT & Co.,
n AVIXU leased the Foundry and Jiecbino
Shops M Jlilo.burg. khown as " GHLl.N'S
FOL'XDRY," nre prepared to manufarturo and :
repair Steam Engines, sweep nnd tread power
Threshing Maehiucs, Xcw ll'orld and ilathnway
Cook Stoves, Wagon Spindles, Plows, and Cast-
ing of nil kinds at short notice. They nlsohnvo
both at BellefontO and Milcsburg, a VnrietV Of
Cook and Tailor Stores, for loft eoal, of Pitts,
burg roauufneturo. Call and seo for yourselves,
I J. C HAl'PT is npent for the York ond
Columbia Insurance Companies- jy20,nt-ly
PiuLAum.i'iti A, Pa.
Diseases of the XervoitV, Scinlnnl, Urinary nnd
Scsual Systems new and reliable treatment
in reports of the Howard Association, sent by
mail in sealed lettor enTelopes, free of charge.
Addres( Dr. J. SKILLtN HOt'GHTOX, How.
ard Assoe iation, No. 2, South Ninth Street, I'hil
adolphia, Pa. . . JyJO-'Bt ly
fore existing Ictwecrf the undersigned, in
the publication of the ClrinjiHH Jl,),ntlir,i, was
dissolved by mutual consent on the 14th of
July, IflU. .
The Books are in the bnds nt the luninf rrl.
. (,.w o.J l.n, i nn 1 I. ........ I . I I
' '"i j fui miu-iok mem-
."")cbtdJ ,0 V! f-" tl.her
sub? or i ut ion , advertisinff. or lob work, are re. I
specttully.invitf J to call nnd settle their accounts'
at their earliest convenience
D. W. MOORR.
. G. B. 60UDLAXDFR
Clearfield. July 27, 1S6L t
' ! DISSOLUTION.
frHE partnership heretomre existing between
the ondersignad is the practice of tho Law.
in Clearfield and adiuinln counties, i. t',1. .1.
. it.- . , . '
Uissoiveu ty mutual conaens, i
, -l WM. A. VTA T.T.Apr I
J01LV. O, HALL. ;
Clearfield, July 27, 1S61.
. (tfrThi business will la eontinneJ 41 Clear..-
field BS herstofor, by ' -; '
- '. i 1TJI. A. WALLACE. I
Still on a Hush !
. NEV FIRM.
BOISTOX, EH01VLR3 & GRAU.IM.
And Very Cheap ! !
R0YKT0N, SnOWElTs I ORAJIA M-un.
cewors to Boynt iu A Showers resneetfullv
nr.noi.r,.. Ii, ..1.11 .1 1 . " '
ingnn elten; "
At the old stand io Graham's new tuillin which
tney oBor to fill nt
nctoiiishinly low price",
(cousulorinu tlieir cost !) for eofh
cd country prudtire. Their stock of
T T f f T d
'. JLJ 111 X JC J J i ,?)
CAXXOT BE SURPASSED 1
r . .. ,'
f Customer? can thero find
CALICOES WITH FAST COLORS 1
MUSLINS ! DELAINES ! LAWNS '
CASS I ME US ! VESTIXaS
LADIES' SHAWLS ! G ENT.'i' SII AWLS !
HATS & CAW ! LOOTS & SHOES !
CARPETS & OIL-CLOTHS!
OUli STOCK OF
i (f 1 V fi 4 ( B fffi Ti 01
- " - J JL Jf U'UiJ'KJ
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STYLE
AND VARJ ETY, embracing
. NOTIONS !
' o , ,
notions i notions:
Hwl-Nots ! Xcclc-Tios!
.Satchels! Port Mommies 1 Hnishes !
rhotoviuiliie Alliums !
' r IPF TOPSAf'f'O ?lf". Tsi !
I .'.. ... U '
i'hlvl' L'iSlEUY OK ALL KINDS
, -ii l ,i -v- T- i
',Ul tluno tlsu 111 "IO Motion LlllO !
j . "
Queens w are,
-M- V. , T T-J JL. V JL. 1
All of tho best ncality, nnd solected with spociul
regard to tho t.udo ul Cb-arlield countv. '
At F. I.OYNio.V,
Clearfield, July 27, lid.
11 1. fub-ciil.cr iii order to necomnuiJa
subscriber in order to accommodate tho
citi.ons of ( ui 'wcnsvillc, nud the pullin
general! v, has liit received a lot of
COOK, AND PAKLOIJ STOVES,
lor wnoii or ciia!, wlnrh ho ill disposo of Very
JOHN D. THOMiVOX.
Nov. I, lSo:i-tf.
"ii i', 1-1 i-i',. l or tale nt tho cheap store
KJ of John D. Thompson, in Curweusville, at fj
veins pr pound. hor. 1 1, HU.I
i 4 XM'AI. VlMTf'.MI.NT ottlin VinTiTc,".
IX. of Clearfield lbooiigl; School llistrict for
ichool ycur cudiag Juuo I, Iblil:
Kahinoo due from J. .M. Kittlebarzer. Treasurer.
' for school yea r cii.lina Juno 1 . ISli 1.
fl',"'! J" from Ueiijiimin Spaekman,
Collector for school year ending 1st
June, t:, (' caring interest.)
Ilalanec due from William Itadcbaugh,
Collector for school yonr ending 1st
Juno, 1SIU, (bearing interest,)
Sfif 00 I
Dnlanco due Wm. Porter, Collector for
Outstanding orderf not bearing
Outstanding Interest orders,
Interest nn sumo to) 1st Juno,
1SH, unpaid ...
"" I'' Wright, judgment,
I'npaid interest ou tamo to
1st June, H61
Excess of assets
$1,110 10 $ 1 ,110 10,
The per centre of Collector i-'pnekman, and
Iho exonerations nnd per centage of Collector
r.adobangb, have not boen doduclod from tho
balnncrs Carried up against then.
I U ll.Uli.1 e, llllll .. 1'rABiilAnf I
It, J. Wai.lack, Secretary. jy20-.1t
i I M I MMH ,V1 l S I K i:. Notico
j, hereby given that bitters oradministrntinn
on the estato ol WM. L. MOOltE, Into of Clear-1
field borough, Clearlield county, deceased, having
been iri-nim.,1 Io ll.n nmlersi-ned. nil m roina in.
debted to said nstute aro remiested to inake im-
mediate pavment, and those having demands
against (he snmo will present thorn duly autben-
tieatod for settlement.
11 AN'XAIl MOOr.E. Adm'x.
jly27'61. JAS. A. JIOOr.E. Adm'r.
XIXI,'Tm' XOTICt:. Letters to'hv
nicntary on tho estate of William Slots, lata
of hnnx tp., dec d, bav ing been granted to the
nndersigncd. all persons indebted to aiiil ottato
nre requested to make immediate payment, nnd
those having claims against tho snmo will present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
A. C. TATE,
OF . -
rifly Acrta In karthans Township.
Y virtu of an order of tho Orphan's Court'
of Clearlield eonntv. tha follnwln V.,.
tate will be sold on the premises, on SATl RDAY, 1 ro of first rate farm and timber lan V-
, the 2:id dav of Al'Gl ST, lHfit, at 2 o'clock r m., in tnslip, Clearfield county, situate ou tho.
j vii: A rortatn tract of lnnd sit-iata in KarthAus ; wafrj of Curry -j Bun.
' township, hounded ly lull's of T. C. M'Olnskor,' lti'i res in two lots, one of 112J and theoth
' I. Moore, ct al, conlaininir FIFTY ACHES, rf "'res, tnitahle f..f r .inning purpojea, sit-
,,m,t twenty acres of which 7 cleared and under
cultivation : t. residua is farming land of gHil I
.11. - I... .1 ii. T l. IT. .(.A ni'il.
iih.t intw inn csrnio oi juiih ii...-,
Terms One half the nnr?hnse money at con-
hruiation of enle, nnd the Mance tnorooi m 009 .
I year, to be secured by l"til ana mnrifigo. j,
t ..... .. .fu. lt,.,f. w.l
I Iv II r n ,i l inn iii'Mi,
aAMLE in great vari.tv at
il J. P. KJUZER'J
FOR SALE BY C. 1 WATSON.
l-'AMILY UVU COLOKS.
.French Lltia.'ujf fx -a
i iVii ii rf VmicH, I
1 t I'lliUfCH,
Liijht It rub,
JJui li Orccn,
1 L i'jh t Green,
h l i Vf'A ,s""''.
T'r d.vcin ?ilk, Woulen an.t XflxjJ Good
Slinwls, t-carfn, lrc??i9, Iiilbeii.. ti'.nvti.
Bonnets, .Vat?, FcAlliers, Kid iilovfo,
Chil lren'j ClotliTu, nud all kimij
of Wouring Apparel, f'c' .f-c.
tA SAVING OF b'J l'LU CI'.NT.-a
i'or 25 cents you can color aa nutiy goods at
would otherwise tost five times :hut amount.
Various nudos can be produced from tho tame
Pyo. Tho process is simple, and any one can
'110 I've w.m veil'.TJ tiigcosn.
I. reeUons iu Kn.lUU, ITeach a.a.Crmat.
insido of each ymokugo.
lor further iul'ormaiion in Pyoirfg, nnd giving
a perfect knowlcd;.;o of what colors aro .best d
aptcd to dye over other?, (with many valuable
rccir ?s), purohaso Howe A fujvens' Treatise on
Dyeing and Coloring. Rent by mail on receipt
of prico 10 couts. Manufatnred bv
HOWK t STEVENS,
2oil, liroadway, Hoston.
For salo by Drucgists and Dealon gcurrally.
eeptamber 2Jd, 1303.
Crphaus Court Gale of
AI.UAIJLi: REAL ESTATE.
irjiY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court
3 of Ckurlio'.d county, thero will bo exposed to
public salo on BATl'KDAY, tho 20th duv of
AL'tU'ST next, nt the" Illne Hall Hotel," in De
catur touiuliip, tho following described Kcal
L.-tate, lato the property of l'eter Suioul, deo'd :
A certain tract of land iu Uoggs township,
Clearfield county, containing
One Hundred and Nino Acres,
Deg'nnlng nt a white pine, thenco by bind; of W.
Saieal north 118 porches to post, thence can
tii'l perches to pot, tboneo by lands of G. l.
Morgan A Co., south 115 perches to post, thesua
by land of Jeremiah Kmeal 1 57 i perches to place
ot bi'gii.uing with about
Twinly-I'uur Aires of Cleared Land
thereon, l'urt of this luad is well lunborod with
white and yellow p'ne, and is tupnoccd to ecu
tain inexhaustible quantities of coal!
'J'URMS. Ono half cash at snln, nnd tho re
mainder in oho year thoreafter, with iutorm;, to
li secured by judgment btmd.
i)"Sal to couiuieooe ut 2 o'clock p. m. o
said day, wbeadjo attendance will lio given by
CYKi-.XIUrl IIOWK, Adiu'r.
jy20-4t MAUV bMUAL, Adm'x.
V. Y. HOllll.VW,, I'loprietor.
nn'ir.S !nr?o nn 1 comtnodiniis HOTEL -is do
A Ii'htfully located nn tho bunk of tho g is
'VioliHima, in tho borough of Curwensville.
Tito present proprietor will Fparo mo effort to
render hU custoaieis comfortable, nnd hopes to
merit u lflieral tiiaio of jiublic p(r6ifugi!.
HIS BAR AND TABLE
Will bo woll S'ippliod with every thing tho njjr
Lot aliords. liafiuica will ulivaws find his "V,Kcli
out. Mar. 2J, 'til. it.
Sll(i;SIAKi;iiS.Tlio stibscribor de
ques to employ 1 i va Jotirucviuan Khac
makci's immediately, to woik by the month or
by tho piucc Applv U
Jan. 27, lSfi-l-p. Luthorslurg, l'i.
" LVl'lt riJ-tlAJ., Justicj
of tho J'ea"e. 1 u-
I J Ihersliui'i
Ck.uiicid cour.;y l'a., will iittciiil
pi' aip'ly to all biuiuess cnlru.-teJ t Ui car.
I.ii'lo reburg, April 4, 1 5(1 1.
Goods Cloths, Cassiinercs
Tweed?". Satinotts. KilLtvnm
Flannels, Ticking, Jltulin, Liaou, I'rintf, at the
: old prices at
J. P. KItATZER'S. .
t'R : s. WAi rrn uinnt i'
CKANS and IlAl'i; l'!T,
Attorneys at 1 aw,
May 3, 'C.I. Ci.i,u:i jEi.n, pa.
4 GCOD TWO-HOKSK WAGOX wi'l be j d l
U.V ''Y tho undersigned, upon the most reason
able tei ms. u. L. KKLD ft C J.
ClearliclJ, Dee. 1(1, 13C3.
I A DICS Dress ioods New Ptylcs Alpicasj
J I'laids. Mozambique, UrcebcMohair. Vulc:i-
em, Silks, Wool Delaine, French Merino", (Jlu-j-32
hams, Lawns, just oponing nt
J. 1'. KRATZER'S.
DR. A. 1, HILLS
I KFIKB.S to in.
i -v HA :. rons that profession-
-"V n. ji H bniiiioss conlinea
a- '.-- t c-i.-w- . 11 - nnu 10 UIS Oiaco ul
and he will
seetistomed p 1 ace
tint luuimer; but
mnv be found at bis ofTipii nn t.lm nuiiliirAEf -..
ncr of Front and Main streets at all times, except
whpn notico appears in tho town papers to the
, contrary. July 8, 'tit. tf.
' ..j, , :. ; ;
;TfCMCAL GOODS Flute", Violins, Fileji,
I'M Harmnnictns, Preeentcr". .Music Paner. Vi
olin Bows, bridges, rjtrin,:s of the best (iiinHftt nt
.1. 1'. KRAZEIt'S. '
Sm nil Farm for Sale.
rpiIK siibsrriber r.(r,rs for rnle tho ( itowinr
.L described Roal Mstato and I'ersonn. I'roiier--t.v,vi:
FOItTY AC It 1S of LAN!) about TKN
acres of which Is cleared with a small 1'larrk
lloiifo and Log Barn, In T.awrenrn townsliii, !t
w't of the borough of Clearfield. Also,
,h0 Castings for a Saw-AIill, bUivo and Slovo-
pipe, 11 set of harness, together with llouiehuU
I and Kitchen Furniture '
I 1'ossesMon will bo given ou the Ut of April
! nrit, if desired.
Term w ill be made Itftonn, and further pa:tie
ulars given, by calling upon tho subscriber.
' JOSEPH ECIJBUNO.
, Lawrence tp., March 16, Itsbl,
- JOHN lT ctjttlk,
j Attorney nt f.nw nnd Vtn K.state A"ent.
cm. uirir.ou, I A.
OJflceon M n L ltt. Oyyoii-v JX( Jod,
1) EtPECTFl'LLY nflers hin s rviees in soil-
"ing and buying lands in Charliebl antl ad
joining counties j aad with an e xperience "f over
twenty years as a Surveyor, ftnttera himself that
he cau render satisfnvtioe. Asd
O i fe r 9 f o v .S a 1 o.
IOOO acre of eoal and Umber Land, siluuttin-
Dcratnr townthip, Clejirlield comijr, (ji Igln t
"ill purrhcers, located near tho Tyruuo and
ao in Highland township. Elk county.
rWoucrui warrnnie ucens lor alt too aoovn
Feb. 18. Z
rPHK .PATlTXr.nMIIP heretofore sxirt n"
.i n. . ... . .
j. ueiween otaey v . luompjon and .Lunet b.
I Vatson is this day dissolved by mutual Wient, '
iThe bu'tness nil he conducted by 3. E. u'tano,
' i"" eu-mess n oo eoniucien Jas. t. U a tan a
. . ..... . . . .
wbo will settle IU business of the Arm.
ST AO W.TIlOMl'SfiV.
MTysvtlle, tun. 29 I A M CS E. WATf'..
f -Si. '---. 'ho time,
UTTTfrnj r vtry-tberefore bo
J ' V-. . M N-..f V'1-"" IO