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" " if pad trithtti tht year,
" " tfnot jiaid triMin tin year, 2 00
Vnfa nfi ttia A h . j a. .. . I
r TtiSn -0 ?fl0 ConT ; PROTEST
AVOW 10, 1S04. f The following h the caW vote on the ' rTt'"nCt ,p
;proPoBed amendment, to the State Con-! W 11'., TgiZ
Biuuuon : uurmeuea with taxks to defray the exueusce of
Holire.-By Divino permission, the Rov. T.
Van f-coyoc will preach in tbo Baptist church In
thii place o" Sabbath, (August Hth) at 11
o'clock n "o ruoimng, ar.d nt Curwensville in
I . ELECTION
The public a ro respectfully invited j5occ
Meeting ! ! SXi
I 1. lil?cnp llfll art... -l.l.t. .1 , . WoOIIl
,,.... "mvu no uecra oi sttcn ii, I-
Jlmpornnca ai to require tho assembling of-ho 'uril8lda
,(iio 01 ine cosnty, opposed to tbo Despotie -
tnd Hevolutionary policy of tbo present National CUarfieid
JmmlslratioD, to meat In ; Covin L'ton .
Fox - - .
Gulich - -
MASS COUXTV CONVENTION,
i.rrirp'''.0.' "Ur ?U0IEST K"init, and
KM ll'l Alt, Ilia lOntlUluntl runlni nftfl m f 111
Lie manifesto of Abraham Linooln addressod "To
ir4ii it may rultm," in which ii enunciated
, mo inc., inai mo war n eow carried on oxclusivo.
y for the overthrow .f tho institution of sloverv
luil thai It must ho abolished before a peace will
, ,,a coneludod. The elouients of our Govornmeut
,we found in an obodionce to. and aarnorl of.
the CONSTITUTION and tho UNION, ' xTthaJ,
s ja in ma uncontrolled Knox - ;
Treed otn of Speech nnd of tho rreHS. Lawrence - j
JAud nhuuld ever aland ready to I'norarr and na. I dumber City ;
jrMD those rights which legally belong to all eit- ' Slorris - - ;
iioniin evory section of our eotrtnon oonntry. ' N Waahih'tV
Jn order, therefore, to obtain a more complete es-1 Jnn . . i
pression of the viewi of tho Deuiocratio purty, 1 Vj,,0 . . ,'
teuching the exciting questions now distractinc ' 1 ; :
fiuir land, A CONVENTION OF THE PEOPLE ? "
Vill be held at tbo Court llouie ift Clearfi,..l o I " OOdwnrd 1
Saturday, August 3ih, 1 86 1 .
t 1 o clock, P, M., for lb purpose of a free in
erchnnge of opinion. It issarnostly hopod that
I Maintaining colored persons, do by tueio pres-
sipo cu uroiecL uurna sbi Qriar ir hv it.mv.
JUt Am't.l2d Ant't. 3d Am't. in8 ,0'ucu per-oni the uso of all housoi in mid
' ! tuWlllhin tn r.iui.U in l'iu. ,l.Alt.. . t. .
1. ...uv .... ,.vl ..,u uist uajr ui iio-
ceiuber, 1804. It la further arjed that after tbo
aid 1st day of December, Istlt, any pcrfou Lav.
ing, or taking, or leasing any buildiHg tv iucb
persons of color, shall pay unto tho Ovorreers of
the Poor of mid tuwntuip ton t'o Urs j snd a'i
give security or bond of ono thousand dolUrs
that ho or tbty will keep tbeui off the township.
138 'John Srmw, jr.
214 J. J5. bliatv
34 J C Scbryver
1 A Otvena
C 'J bliaU'ner
Wru. C Duir
Wm. Ii Morgnu
42 Nicholas Kline
K .Sw at-Is wort Ii
W P Fulton
.Tames A Uoail
N B reoples
A S CUdon
C5 .Joseph WooJm
87 J. W. Thompson
29 I John Powell
42 Georjro Ilcnjingcr
'2912083 13012074 1327 2079 Mobps Fulton
.T7T 7T. r: I 1 " Lanich
w-wur ieuow-citizens ol Lawrenco tp.'Philin Mullen
- 1 1
uuoso ripposcdto ih. Abolition dogmas of tho have determined to carry out tho ideu1 John Fawset
,ny, ii.a in favor of a restored Luioii and an .1 . . .
lonorallo Peace at the earliest day posiblo, will lljat' ttn 0l,nc0 of renlion is worth n L' 1 ,ral "ue
It la uttondanco. Freomen ! oouio forward ! pound of cure." Their agrcemont is Biyo-: 'lbtWall i"
frt!:rJ tut Truth, to Liberty and Lata, , ed ty a largo mnjority of tho tax-pnyers of! ) ,'vid. KUon"0
Milortu:ayMu:anano J ear Matt awe." the district-but one or tiro refusing to'Mtirtin K!in3
tsyAddroigeR will be delivered hv Ex- an it 1,,, ,i. :i...i ...1:, '
1 . . t . . . . . .... . . ' w . . w . nun i uuuuu urii.es
l.ALl., nna others.
By order of the Uein. Standing Cora.
T. J. McClll'iuoh, 0. L. REtD.
, as well as Hack,. They deserve credit for , u.t,"!Ln,1r,
... ... . . Bumamin D.da
8a doing Locauso it howg consistency in W'ui. Ulea
ineir auvocacy 01 liie uocinue ol perfect -Hugh Utr
John M. Ug len
Wm. K Keams
Take a Look at them. The altontioh
Vn I , . , , .... I " " " . w H,.vi,iU,i L IIU lU I AlUUIT
Vlft'cult.ta8k to aay what lho-of M persons is directed to our now ad-! Hugh Daugherty
verlhements. If you want a splendid J,iIUM Y'iug,, y
Democratic campaign paper or a situa-: j Uweiis' ''
lion as a school teacher or want to send James Dougherty
a child to a good school or want to buy j Clark Brown
a splendid farm-or a lot of chenn cloth- i ' Ji. ' "ompson
ing you can thero find where you can be
news redly is.as regard i army tnovehiente.
The embargo on the press becjouds every
thing connected with tho invasion, about
which so much interest it felt. Some re
purls represent that tho rebels, hdvirig
secured" the harvests in the Shenandouh
wlley- gathering and threshing tho grain accommodated
j lur tue one lentu and sending it towards 1 ' -
1 Kichmond 010 now ' falling back. .But S&T Our County Merchant, will bear
lilipiB are other. nn,l nnito , itn.n en. ' nnnd that the house of G. W
( i W Cvden
fl W AnnhnnlmiiL'h
11 i c. , c
ivctu a, kjv., jiiiton Mcliriuo
?cotinU. Ono i, that Lee is at Munuscag M;lrket tecl is ono of the largest andj James Spackman
I with a heavy forco ; that Early is in the
I neijililorhood of Marlinsrurg with 30,000
1 In 3.1,000 men, with outposts as fur north
,s llogrrstown, tho whole intending to
2 ini'Hiln PonnxvlvAtiia i1ihh1. 1 l.n r..M.l.A.
, - - J - . ...... .m.vuib U,U UUIU -
best Clothing Houses in Philadelphia
W A Head
ti Kill ii 1 io
W T Wilson
ikiflt seems to bo definitely settled 0e0- Ifaney
' doun u imio
til at llm
. , . , i Joseph S WrIhou
a Pomocratic cnntlidftte for Cooizress in 1 i .i, t
unit jvausum t
, land valley; and that another equally this district, will be held at Kidjway. ou ! Goo It Klino
, inrgo reuel lorco is still further up the Thursday, the lit of September.
I... .. ... , . Iho Sunday School Convention tor
j o.ate. i ne caning lor eu,uw mi.it.a t.y nciie(onto dig,rict( M. E. Church, held its I B P Bloom
Oov. Curtin, the fortifying the fords of the Second Annual Session in the Methodist I Samuel Brown
5 8u'iuehanna. and thevarious roads lead- church at Philiptburg. Cenliecouutv. Pa., I C Stafford
ing to the Pennsylvania railroad from the! Ju.'y "Vli4, n , t. , ,
Samuel K lilootn
John U Parks
(Jeo. V Owens
8oijIu, nnd tho exodus of citizens and
tiegroes from the Cumberland valley, and
their congregating at llarribburg, together
I Hi ih iho movetueius of the oflicers of the
jPennfylvniiia Ituiltoad Company, would
' icem to give credit to the last mentioned
tflpori. A report prevniled at llarrisburg
on Sunday hist, that a heavy battle had
been fought that morning somewhere on
1 1 i e line of the Potomac some of the chi
tons alleging that they heard the) roar of
runnon ! Tho announcement that Gen.
,!rnnt was in Washington on Satnrday
: lust, nnd tho report that he had gone up
.tho liallimcro and Ohio railroad, ilso
strengthened the idea of an invasion. If
;(irant is there, it is reasonable to suppose
that his at my, or at least a portion of it,
.is with him, tuid that tho siege of Peters
en therefore imsed. Gen. cheridnn has
been appointed to supercede Gen. Hunter
, in iho cctumand of the forces at Harper's
Ferry. . ,
The last battle in front of Petersburg
nhich wo briefly noticed in n postscript
jn part of our edition last week wr.s a
seveio rcpulso to the Federal arms. A
fortion of tho rebel worka had been
lined, tho explosion twok placo about
half past four in the morning, a charge
made, the first lino carried, a portion of
.tlic second, when the negro division was
fut iii to finish the work apparently so
well begun. But they soon broke and
Cod in the wildest disorder, creating tho
(iraost confusion in all parts of the field,
nd by noon the respective forces occu
pied about the same positions they did the
lay previous, with a loss ou our sido of
fbout 0,000. The rebels report their loss
ftl only 800.
? From Sherman we 'have the account of
severe repulso of a rolel assault on Iho
rjficio, in tho chair
the Convention was opened by reading
the 13lh chapter of 1st Coiinlhians, sing
ing the 1010th II) mn, and prayer by Itev.
T. II. Switzor.
C. K, Foster was elected Secretary.
After culling tho roll, the Convention
proceedod to business only a brief out-
iinoof which can Le given in thiscommu-i Wm T Irwin
A committee of five was appointed to Goorgo Gulich
arrange a more perfect organization, and j Thomas l'eves
to select some plan by which to secure a : John Woodle
more general interest in Sunday School j Abrnhnni Liiz
Conventions, upoa the part of preachers Owen Campbell
Henry F Trump
W F Shaw
Jos. G B tiley
John D Dotigheity
Koberl, W Bead
E F Irwin
A P Moore
Several important questions and reso
lutions were discussed, among others the , Simon Cams
propriety of forming Missionary Societies Wnr Daniel, jr.
in our Sunday Schools, and the holding of G W Watson
special meetings for the children, as di-! A Mc'.irids,
rcctcd by the Discipline.
It was recommended by the Convention
that two delegates be elected, at tho first
Quarterly Conference in each year, to
attend, with the preachers of the charge,
the annual Sunday School Conventions.
According to previous arrangement, the
A O Tato
R Shaw jr.
: Taylor Bowles
; John J Bend
,Geo. 1' Logan
11 M Bowles
!A T Bradley
O V Bradley
M V OA-ens
: l'itus II Bowles
;A 1 Klino
:L U K.mles
:l4!vi Bowles -dlugh
;A Hamilton Heed
;James M Becd
;Wm- Z Milligan
IE K McCullough
:.lobn Bui lur
ll'ho nas Bead
A J Hoyt
,1 A Antes
;Wm P Bead
IS B Joulau
:John Shaw sr.
;Wm ii Hoover
IS E Kreamer
;W J Lumuduo
IG D Goodlellow
jJas. JI McCullough
G 11 Hall
'George Bowles sr.
!Wm S Bead
l.Iohn Dougherty jr.
I) B Beam
'Robert E Daniel
'J M Nichols
IT J Dunlup
j.l P Bo id
,M W Snyder
; Robert Wrigley
; Henry Kreamer
T D Peoples
:J C Bead
iSohn A Bead
:M S tigden
l.lames M Mullen
;J ames M Ardery
i.John W Tnte
;Wm T Schryver
!W W Walson
J M Marshall
August 10, 1SG4.
CAdDtlEB & HEMMttIC'3
GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS
C ARDNEA, HailKlKOS & (Jo . l-lIOrBIKTORS
DA-vGAnnxEa - ir.R
The Mimcmvnl lks plwitiira
laannounrinrlhal fr lh at aa
ol 11, thej ,n rnul.l, il o pre.
nt trmj r nil trUin nor
Him, SIHUU4 which mti U u-
dj A J , . : i .
' Consiatin ef "7s
5 Male andFenjftle
And Jecot.iKs, .
Of ha moil silnfrilinary df.
criitiuM, lumaiokl au;ons Uicli i
V. A it A ,
Tho Ileiulful Arab Girr,
TitlOXl.T FCHAI.C CWTOKTIOIC.
1st in thb Woai.n, whosa len
wonneriul a character,
Orphans Court Sale of j
VALUABLE REAL KSTATfiJ
BY vlrtno of an order of tho Orphans' Court i
of Clearflald oounty, thoro will bo exposed to 1
?U.?.9 va SATCKDAV, tbo 20th dav of:
A L Q L ST next, nt tho ' Klue Hall Hotel," in I-'
catur township, tho following described Heal
Estate, late tho property of IVtor Suienl. dee'd : i
A certain tract ot land in B.-3s township, I
Clear liuld county, containing . " j
One Ilumlred and Xiue Acre, j
Peglnning at a white pine, thence by hmdd of W. I
6meal north 118 perches to pu.t, l!;cnco eai t
1571 perches to post, thonco by lands of O. 0.
ij Morgan A. Co., south 118 perches to post, tbcioo
i-v mud ol .leremiun Smeal lj,J rcr:hcs to plove
ot I oiniiing with about i
Twenty.l'utir Acres of Cleared I.nnd
thereon. Part of this laad is well timbered with '
white and yellow p'ne, nnd i i ppnsoJ to con- '
iluin inejlmustiblo q nntitii's of coal.
TEH.VS. Ono half cash at sal", and the re-f
inaindor in ono year thereafter, nith interoat, to i
bo secure J by j-idgiuent bond. ;
T-jaaie u commence at i clock p. m. O
Still" ou ii Rusk !
eovm o, Showers & gr.iu.isi:
Hut thejr haT bean a ili.ma of said day, when duo attendance v. ill bo civen br
COIITHnalion vhcrovor h. v,,. . ' .v". "e.
ALI HAS SAM,
Prcmiu Cthnait of the Tiovfc
Th8rfsi oricitial in Triwi
lirf.;nnr. Thia Tmin AraVi.m
Oymtifnt, duriHK Iiii t-ilrnnaHint-ryAft,
H A NtiS HY THK NICK
on the Krifil Bur of tli TrifM
and while (hut tuaientlrd l ean &
(!mn M unni vi rm thk Dri-m.
Thia Son of lrt ptTornit
mtnjr other nw nd atarthif
feats totally unlit anything cyr
Isaforti avert in this country.
the Man f Strettfth.
'A e l a ,
(ha Fomalo Gynit;astic Wonder.
the attnniehini ArahlanGymraat,
form the tlicr uicml era cf ll,n
troui. who all n er inFirnr
I'vfiaMltia. Darino I. vara. Ac,
lllttatratinf (i jrmnailica upon the
Ureal Deaerl ol ilia Old Viorld.
CY It EMITS HOWE, Adm'r.
MAKY SMKAI., Adtn'x.
And Very Cheap ! !
pOYSTOX, SIIOWEUS i. OUAII AM kjc!
. ecsior.i to Boyntoii A Showers respectfully
announoa to the utlio thnt they are now opm-.
in an extensive assortment cf
S U M M E It GOODS
18G4. ' i. it.. i i rl-r.,i : r.ai.n,,,-. n i.;i,i: r !.;, ',
PHILADELPHIA 3c ERIE BAIL ROAD, they f.fler to rill nt sidonfohiiijrly low pr'. -,
(conidonnir their cist !) for cash or nppruv
ed country prodm o. Their stock of
CANNOT BE SUBFASSEDI -Customers
can thcro find
CALICO!"; WITH FAST COLOBS !
j MUSLINS! DKLAINI-:S! LAWNS !
CLOTHS ! CASSIMKILS: VOTINGS
! LA DI ICS' SilAW L 3 '. GENTS' SHAWLS !
HATS .V CAPS ! BOOTS & SIIOKS 1
OUB STOCK OF
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STYLE
AND V A B 1 KT V, ctnbraci Rg
NOTIONS ! NOTIONS ! NOTIONS !
Tht Mauser would call attention to the
MAGNIFICENT BAND CHARIOT
ronitructedeipreiilir for the ecaion at the col of 8W0
!TVldlnf Mrotliora, Hit felebrati Coach Fuil.lfnof
New York Citr. The iteeisn of thia chariot la of the
inoai unique and moat a lah,iratedi.iioription. 1 be .re.
Ttiltiif colore are sold, ri'd and blux, and at It cntnra
town upon the mornltif nfeihibitiua drawn 1 j 12 f i i.tn.
did Ciiaaocas failf compariaoncd. a tout aiiferal'le Is
fraeanlrd of impoialiif rlchnot and srardrnr. THE
AVILl.lON whirh ie capable of aratlns rnOepettatc re
la entirely new and u as manufact ured i arrtrsly I'rr thia
Sa,in, at a coat nf $Jm by Jlr. Ilnnry I'nuihertT i t
S iuth St., New Vork. The Caaa l.l, HaKKtaa, Ilia,
aiui Vina, I'RoPcHTTKa and A ft o i ntm KRTa arnbdauti.
ful in tha eitrnme. TheSTunof llonaka, 1'uHica and
ali'i.Kt are ol'Uie flneat and beet tra inad collection in tbo
w.irld. The Troui of I'nrrormer compose thsklitaof
the Profoeaion. Look at the Nam j
rMHIs pretline travorsos the Northern and
l ortnnestorn counties of Pennsjlvahia to
tho city of Erie, on Lake Krie. x
It baa been leaaod by tho I'ennattvnina Unit
mnd Cimifmiiy, nnd uiiUlt their auspices is be
ing rapidly opened throughout its ontire length.
It ij now in use for PiiEtencrer ar.d Freight bu
sincsjfiotn Hurrisburg to St. M amy's (2ilr'or)t,
211 miles) on Ihe Enstern Division, and from
Phollield to Erie, (78 niileti) ea the Western
Timv f Pautmjtr Tntim at Kinpinm.
Express Train lenvos ens' ward .1 otl P. M.
Ac.'iu'n Train arrives westward 1 :i() P. JI.
mrs run tnrouj;n without rntNGa both ways
on these trains between Philadelphia and Luck
Haven, and between Uitltimoro and Lock Haven. '
Elegant Sleoi.ine C,tis accnmiianv tho Express
Train both wayf between Williamsport nna liaui- ,
j more, and Williamsport and Philadelphia. j
j For infiinnnlion r-spectinj Passenor buiinesi
i apply at the rf. K. Cor. 1 1th aud Market ets. i
I And for freight busiu-.'s of tbo Company's
'Agents, S. II. Kingston, jr., Cur. flith nnd Market j
' its., Philadelphia ;
I J. W. Kevnolds' Erie; I
1 J. M. Drill, Aont N. C. H. R. Paltimoro; 1
11. II. llot'STo.t, (Jcn'l Freight Ag't, Phija.j .
I I.awis h. llooi'T, Uen'l Ticket Ag't, Phila.; ;
i Jot. D. Pott, (lou'l Munnger, Wiliiam?porL
i nvty 2S, isiu. !
JL'S1I having applied for Liconso
as an Auntioneer, tindnr iho U. S. ltevenua
Laws, respectfully Informs hid friends and tho
public generally, that bo is always prepared to
atteni public sales in nny part of the county, nt
the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable
terms, llo can be nddrcicd, personally or by
letter, nt Leconl's Millf, Clearfiel I county, Pa.
jj'l'l -lt JUSTIN PIE,
A DMIMSTRATOirM NOTICH. Notice
Xjl is heroby given, that Letters oi aiiiiiiiui.
tration on the ostato of Ureonwood McCrackon
Adunnlstrstor. IT r
. . . at .1.1 t n ... I
Sunday School children of Philipsburg tho unJeredVui.
assembled in the afternoon at the church, j ,,,, lnjeBt(!a (0 ,, estate nro required to make
and listened attentively to speeches l)' immediato payment, and thoso having claims
M. L. Drum, J, L. Chandler, and Henry agninst the same will presont them duly nu'honti-
W ilon. catod lor settlement. jtojh. uunuu,
The sneakers were particularly happy jun.22 fi4 pd.
in their effort to interest and instruct the, sr AHJt OF 220 AOKKS
children, and their bright eyes ami cheer-, 11 s Persons dcsirini; a bar
ftil countenances clearly proved what "Zn jn jne purcbaso of a FARM, will do well to
their joyous heurts rolton the occasion. I crnbraoo tho opportunity now offered. Tho farm
Milcsbure was agreed upon as the plCO j, situated in Morris township, Clearfield county,
for holding the next Annual Convention. I about 0 acres cleared and improved with good
In the evening, we had tho pleasure of, outbuildings, and is advantageously located, and
listening to a very able discourse upon tho can be made highly productive. It wi u bo . M
.,,bjectgofChri.tL Fidelity by the Psi-J-
dent, B. B. Hamlin ; alter which he mm- Kvlerlown Post Office. Clearfield county.
utes were react up, the benediction pro-, in. , 2n1 Pd. FKEDERH'IC KECEu
the I'oojila'a 'evorits C 'I own
Etjucithan ami Ti4 Hope Artikl
Tuualer and Comic Vocalial.
the Celebrated Kueetrian.
Signor De Louis,
the Best Uymnaat of the Ae.
the accotrpliihrj M&ttr
Uoi If, tin.
Uie Great American TumbUr.
Miss Eliza Gardner,
the Pride of the Arena.
Die Kittied I'anaian jueirt
eitne. La Petit Camilla
the Infant l'rodij
the I'oi-kct Clown.
Also Messrs. Dubois
Nuda, Cooper, &-.,
tocellier Willi ttim.cr'iiit well Fe.
lecled Auliliariee Ihe above I
Talented Artnta will ai,r at I
ea h tihil ilion, in conjunction j
with , 1 .
The Arab Troupe,
In arery variety of Si i.m Kinlu,
TairK lCiiif;. livMwi.Tir and
ArRntfATle K:Ri'Ma. TvM.
aunv, liaxciRu. SiNeiRU, kc,
Til AY OX r.V Strayed awav from Iho
premises of tlio subserioer, in (jtrnrd town
ship, the one about the 2nd. ami tho other about
the ;Ulth Juno last, TWO OXEX, 5 years old hut
spring ono with bluek sides, whito streak nlong
tho buck, nnd som? wbite about the head ; the
other red, with whit'; (ol hi; lnu'c, nr, l light "ar
marked. A liberal nwnrd ill ot-j .1 ' i iuf r.
ination concerning said oxen, by a i heni;;. tbo
undersigned, either personally, or by letter lo
Lccontc s Mills post office. '
jyl3 1!. M'dOVFUX. ,
-Tho RED OX described in tho'iibovo
advcrtlsemont has boon found. uug:i
AISSOI.UTION. Tho partner.hip heroin.
XJ 'ore exisling letwoen the undersigned.
ptlUiritll, was ,
tho I tlh ol
Ilcnd-Xets ! Xcck-Tiou I
I'ort Moiinalcs ! rrushes !
Pliotogfftphic Albums !
riPKS. TOBACCO & SKGABS !
PKRFUMKRY OF ALL KINDS!
Or anything else in the Motion Lino !
Q u c c u s av a r e ,
All of ihe best quality, nnd si'iectud with special
regard lo the trade of Clo irlield comity.
" A I F. 1JOYNT0X, .
. . FUWAKD URAHAAI.
Clourfloia, July 2",
! the publication of tho t'lmrjhtd J,
dissolved by mutual consent on
Jtilv. ISA I.
I Tho Rooks nre in tho hands of the junior part-.
1 ner for colli ciion. Those patrons knowing them-1
! selves indebted to the lato publishers for either
subscription, advertising, or job work, are rt. rliE snMenber in order to aeeemi.iodnlo Iho
j rptctfutljr invited lo t nit and settle their aecuiiut
I D. W. MOORE, .
! (!. L. CUODLAXWUl.
j Clearfeld, July V, ISO I.
j rriHK partnership heretofore ex istlng between
j I tho undersignod in tbo pritelieo ot the Law,
I in Clearfield nnd ndjoiiiing coitntiei', Is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
WM. A. WAM.ACi:,
! JOHN. U, II ALU,
t iearuciii, Juty 1'fll.
jfrTho business will be continued at Clcar-
: Quid as heretofore, by
WJt. A. WALLACE.
"ATTItlX All persons are horeby caution- ' mediate payment
Vy ea against tnliin;; an uasignment f a pro
or Grand Orchestra,
ie competed of many muKnl re
Ithrities, lioaded It the fee.it
Maeslra, la it, llm.
Tho Grand Procession,
will h" of (tin met et;ant rh,r
a'ter. haadiit t'JT Hie Hral Hamt
( hari.il. and will enter ihe town,
letwoen and lo o'clock, A. M.
ro r.shilii "'h day. Af.
fnrnonn and l.venins.
ll"i,ra l,cn at '2 and 7 P. SI.
rerf.inn anc to comments half
an hiur later.
AnvtHSien o0 and 25 Cf.sts,
r fn f V, a nav nnrl T)Ate. hnt
issory fote iriven by tho undereiL'ncd to John
Smith nnd llnfoft Hewrtrt, dat d in An-tt nr '
; Septeuiber, I Si; 2, and payable ih tho Pprinr;oi
isu.i, as ram nolo i.nj oetii pal, I in Hi It,
JOHN MXOX. i
Dradford tp., July in, If.fil-pd. I
citir.ons of Ctirwensville, nnd tho paLlio'
penerotlT, has fust reecfvefl a let ot
COOK, -ND PAKLOU STOVES,
f.r wood or coal, nblrh ho will dispose of very
cheap for ea--h or f Mdoco.
JOUS P. THOMPSON.
! Nov. i, l.C3-tf.
STOVI'. IMP!?. For sale at the choop store
of John I). Thompson, in Ctirwensville, at Ij
cunts per pounJ. Kor. 1 1, 1803
VIiMIMSi'stATOK NOT1CI- Xotico
3 lirroby ;rfven thut lotterii ol slmii.i. tration
on !in Ktateot WM. Ii. M0UKK, lato of Clear
field borough, Clearfield county, deceased, having
betn prauted to tho undersigned, all persons :n-
debteil to said estu!e uie rcfpieotcd to omke inl
and thoe havin? domnnds
nirninst tho amo will jircsent tlicin duly authen-
ticatod for settlement.
HANNAH MOOTU:, AHm'x.
jly 27 'CI. JAS. A. JtOOlU). Adm'r.
CAM 1 A I G N AG E.
TUB P111I,ISI1KR.S OF
THE PHILADELPHIA AGE
wait for the Uie; Show. mil ihe RealTronpo
of Arab", i'00'' eof0,ind t,liI ,lU
other eatibiiahment. We defy competi
tion aft,defy equality-
WILL I XHiniT
Will Issio a Catnpnijrn Phoot for
anil totisorvative inii'ses.
It will bo printed on n largo sheet of One whito
paper, at such rates as will bring It within toe
reach of oil. It will support tho nominee" of tho
Democratic National Convention, tho full pro
ceedings of which will t e published in its col
umns, ft will holillv nrlvncntA thn riclitd nf Ikn
C U It W E N S V I L L K : nil8 ni"n' frarles-dy su,Utin all the consll
rte, xrAn 4 n 1t , t'"'onnl rights of the citien. no matter fioui what
vu muuuoj, auguDi, 'quarter thev mar be ar aile.!.
Tho first number wi I iie Issued nbotit the 5th
of August. Tho whole number will bo thirteen
following each olhor weekly, until the Presiden
tial election, tho result of which will bo enntain
j ed in tho final number. Democratic nnd Conser
vative Clubs, County Committees, A'rents and nil
interested in tho cnuso are invited to co-nperalo
in the circulation of
.1XI44TTOUS' 0TICI r.otters tcta-
ineiitary on tho cstnln of William S!o.s,lati
i,l kimx ip dec d, having been Kruntcu to tan
' tin dendrite I. 'H persom indehlod lo siid estate
nro re tiote I to makj intmedinto payment, and
tlic.e having ehiltns sn!i!t tbo same will prosont
' tiiem duly autbenticnted for settlement.
, JUI1.N' rSI.O.3,
A. C. TATK,
! " OH IMU NSr COUR rSALtT
j Fifty Acrts tit Kaitliaits Totviibhlp.
nouncod by Rev. J. W. Olwine j and thus 1 -
,ix r II I L I P S B IJ H fi,
On Tuesday. Angnst 16.
"Kn 2t. H- "AKDKEK, Agent.
MAINE STREET, CURMENSVILLE, TA.,
WM. A. MASON. Proprietor.
rpiIIHIonK established and well known 110
X. JKL, situated in the west end of tho town,
has beenromoddled, enlarged and improved, and
Y virtue nf nn order of tho Orphan's Court
of Cloartl' ld coor.ry, the fallowing Heal K-
tnte will bo I ,ud on thn premises on fiATVBDAV,
; tno 2:id day of Al'UI ST, ISlit, nt 2 o'clock p.ni.,
vis: A certain Intot nf land tilintto in K.irth.iite
tnwnahip, bounded ly landl of I. C. M'Clnshnv,
D. Mooro, et al, containing FIFTY ACKI.-",
ahntit twenty ncca of wiiich l cleared an 1 under
cultivation; tile residuo is farming land of gonl
quality lato tho osfntoof John Uurtang, doo'd.
Tcruis One half tho p'ir:haso money at con-
: firniation of salo, and the balance Cieroof in one
. ........a a i i . . hn riT-o r. r 1 1 rut Mtnas I Tn 1 1 a nnminnai I A his nil
" . . . ,. . m . 1 1 IIV K I N r nahinfliin A llnnnPl.f. naiR. flCIP. '"V asa .-a.. a v .--vi is ii ii j RiiuouM v.. xv
closed tho hecond Annual tession or "'C, c ghakers, Ribbons, Flowers. Plumes, . merous friends, and to the travelling public, that
Bcllefoate District Sunday .School Con-, rnp ijonn8t gnks and Millinery Goods gener- he is now prepared tp accommodate all who may
. . . ..... . . C..- him with
n vi'H "rr v? 1T7J :c" 10 uo fecureu iy nonu nna mor'jraire,
ZIuli Xki'vX L.Vl..iie OOPFltKY ItAKTZ'Ml,
i ,f; ?7-lt - Adm'r cf John lIrt7.o,i, di e'd.
TF.HMS : ;
The CAMPAIGN AOK, of Thirteen Numbers.
Cuas. R. Fostkr, Secretary.
MoE Rsfi'rkss The Cumberland val
ley trains on Saturday broupht to this city
iSrUliof July, in which their loss is stated write number' of while und black refugees
t . . I . t. . n M.l
al frnm fntir to five thousand. The cav- 'rom lue variona towns uetween
all v. cheaper than the cheapest at
J. P. KRAZER'S.
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
SII. I.AUCIIMN, having purchased the
e interest oi his late partner, is now going it
on his own book In tho rhop formerly occupied
1 1 ' , , M' I l.. AfthA . . ' '
lit sedition under Stouemao. after " JC"T"e- . U''"'"-'" by them on socon.l street, where ho i. preparea
- . ., , ... ireoois irom iiacerstown noriiiwnn
mi i in. t ilirt nfaron railroad, and Ietrov- i : i . ,-
'H .--. " ,-.iaiumiiw UlUI llllllfJ 1 lAFit'l t Am KU icini
. iti2 a rebel train, was ri"ued, and almost anti thouaan.I. in terror, abnndoninir tice. In the best manner, and on the most reas
northward on , ,c(.n up his reputation as a eoinploto workman
iftnic. ; by doing all work entrusted to him on short no-
Uotallv destroved. ' His force consisted of, their homes and nmnnrls wiihuutwailimr onablo terme. Dofying the county, all he ask
'over three thousand, of which a losaof;for conBrmation of the aUrtlintt rumors. 'r ,n "" "'P'?'"
two th ds is ack nowlrvle-ed. The disaster , From two to three thousand negro refu-1 heroU7I e 'j v A T Q II.
cees, oi ikhi. sexes una all n pop. are now i n n.. n..u -m
. , a . .1 ll e D IHO VMU v "w I'voiii ivi; rat-7viv.
ouarterod In the Pennsylvania railroad when o,, work i. delivered. 8. 11. L.
depot, crowded toaether nromiscuouslv I Anrtl 7. lSUl. .
upon Mobile, with every prospect oi sue- upon the platlorms. f early all of these "
!tes, ,' - :. t - I poor creatures are in adestitutecondition, ! TJOWABW ASSOCIATIoSi, .
r P. S Iut niaht'amail .conHrms) theirn(.ped and penniless paupers upon tho 11 . . v ' TintAMu-mA, Ta.
Urt of theretiring cf tho rebels up the,
Bhenandoah Valley. But passengers re-tubsit them.' They occupy a .urge por-)n " ,, th, now,ra Association, sent by
ort that a battle wa fought on tho upper lion of the depot, to the great annoyance mM a ,thti letter envelopes, fres of charge.
Potomac, In which the robeli wero dofeat- 0f travelers aud tb inconvenience of lLo Address, Dr. J. SKILLEN li0i'OHTO,lleir.
. 1 ' 1 I . .1 I t ar c.iL il!il. Di a ni.fl
iu. . rAilroftd COmmnv, llOff mwe people nro ra abioo iauod, xio. bouid ninu ctreot, i nu
W,u OhTF-nT Wnl erM to be dialed if h tter of r io , sdejpM. 0- et ly
f.lTi r r. -n t iu 1 wni"i.ii .w avail ileuau, justice oi ine roaee, L-
ftr.rter Professor McCurdy, Trincipal of the , mMJ of then wi find th6ir way td the . j th,r,br8, Clearfield contty Pa., will attood,
Tlearfiold Academy, will open ou i the firi 1 poor houses of thia and neighboring promptly to all business entrvitel to his care.
WlayorSepleruktrowt. leountif. 7rtr;tC Union, .,. t J L .Latherslorg, April vW'-i..,, I-.-U 1
r ' , " , 't ' i - '
favor him with a call.
Ample, safe and comfortable stabling is at
tached to tho premises, and trusty attendants
will always be on band. Charges moderate
. . Feb. 12, 18rtg.--tf.
JORKBRLT AT TUC "KLLKIOKTS rOI XURT caAXtiK
f,jt fLAft Of SCSISKSS. (
IIAIJPT & Co.,
AVINU leased the Foundry nnd Mscbino
Phnpaat Miletbarg, known as " URfct.N a
vol NPRV." are prepared to maaufarturo and
repnir Steam Engines, sweep and tread power
Threshing Machines, New World and Ilnthaway ,
Cook moves. Wagon Spindles, Plows, and Castr ,
ine of all kinds at short notice. They alsohave
.V. . ..iic. t t :i i - - f
bum av ceneionie ana .mieeuuiK. noi j vi
' Cook and Tarlor Stoves, for soft coal, of Pitts
burg manufacture. Call and see for yourselves.
j NOTICE & CAUTION.
TTAVINO aiade application to tho Assistant
Folr Cor.rs for Iho series - - SO cents ' A-L A"Cf:'V'f, 6. ,,'''th Of1 X)Ulri?i r
la Ctrajef net less than 2 to eno address II 'ennsylvanm hnd I License , as AnMlonoer hav-
ii jn ii III ing been gran tod to mo by tho proper authority,
; I wnnld Inlorm tho citizens nf Clenrfieki county
Cah must sceompin.v each ordor. and NO VA- thnt I will attend to "calling sales " whenever
RIATIOV WILL, UK MADE IN A.NV CAPE alre(1 !n ny psrt cf ,h; eoun,v, chnrjf,
FROM THE ABOVE TERMS. i moderate. Address JOHN I.. REAM.
Orders should bo sent in Immediately, or at Dee. Iff, lHfi:l-tf. Clearfield. Pa.
latest by the firt day of Attijust. to i p. S.Any person " calling " sales withont a
t;I.O!HiU;.N iVI'.lt .t Wl'.rsll. Hr-cnse is subject to a penalty of fM, which will
ISO, tlemt Hlrcct, , b. enrreed In accordance with the law, egalu l
Philadelphia, Pa. jBij rcrsoi,i violating the statute.
TJIH UN ITKD STATICS HOTEL
HARRISBURO, Pa. -
Susquehanna lie use,
,V. W, Yt OKKAIX, Proprietor.
TIII3 large an4 comraodi tiw I10TFL is Je
lishtftilly located rn the bank of Ihe Sus
(uohanna, In the borough of Curwensville.
J. C. IIAL'Pt is agent for the York snd
Columbia Insurance Cjmpanies Jr2tl,6-tjr
TAPLE Pry Goods. Cloths, Cas!tneros j
Cloak-rlotbe, Tweeds, Patinotts, Mlkwarp tviti n .ii.d .hh ererr ttiinir the rar-, . A
Muslin, Liaen, Print, at the kcl lffor(,ti K,f,men WW alw.Ts find his "lrfffch ,nd Iho P
i .. x o ?'. i ir
C0V ECLV i UUrCIIISOrro.riYor..
ri111I3 Hotel, so well kniwn to the traveling
I public) of Clenrili H eountv, is bow In a coc-
ditiou loaflord the most excellent accommodation
old prices at
Iho present proprietor will spare o effort to ,;,(... r,,r ih0 transient iiuost or the teruiaEont
render bis customers ru-f..-'''. and hopes to hoarder.
merit a liberal share of puidio piou4.'. i xhe "I'nilod States" bas now alt tbo fonvfn-
1 1 TO Tl I Tl I V- f T i I ( .." t.-r,i. J r.f
rrpnotorsare determined to spaie aeltli-
' J. P. KRATZER'S.
Ls J. CRANS
'63... , . ,., , CLrAsriSLO, rA.
Mr. ZJ, 'Ci. tf. ' er expense, time nor labor to ensure the eoiui'oit
. - - Ar Ik. ,,.! TV. V.le,,n.. ..f Ih. tr. ,.! .
T ADIES' Dress Goods New Flylcs Alpacas, pul)ic j, M,pctfuUy sulicitej. jly 1, 'OiJ, y.
to Bislch, of Coats,
, duster', lloya Clo.
J. V r.i,AIiCr.c.
tVAt.TIR BARStT I tn.;j. xin.ambiatie
CHANH AND BAKRET. mlT. eilks. Wool Dominss, Frenf h Merinos, t.hi- LOTH 111 tl Full sails
At (or lifts at Law, ! banss, Lawss, Just opening at y pints. nd verli. overalls, duster'. Hoy.
. 1 - T - k' I.R.'11MUSai i : . a
v a n ii n i ii wi ii i nine eu