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u.lv.XI).Y friMur 17 KiU
iu.juy VK.usr 17, lbol
0itf ynr paid m wli-oiicc,
, H ijj,aitl within the year,
' " " i) not paid within the year,
Vv..".. . u.wbii..it.i,. iug im
Latc insist on the 8th Scntenibrr n,
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eday lor tlie meeting of tho Convention.
Irtow of the meeting oflhe China o
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ju ueiegatus ueem ii impolitic that two
el. important astenibla rtwml.l
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ill 1 BO rlnnfl fftrVA'llnf ll T
,. .v.mvi, uuu luiiuuiu vuu's
h Elk.-n hich we hopo will bo datsifac-
ry to our friend, of Erio and Warren,
CuAStiB or SciiEucLE.-Tho ens now ar
e at Thilipsburg at 11 o'olock, A. M.,
nl leave at 3.60 P. M,
fcaTTurmers, lumbermen, school teach-
ft, and the publio generally should read'
ur new auvertifiemotjls.
Enrollment and Quota
I Clearfield rouuty under tho cull of July IS,
IStil, fur iUO.OOO men.
Town or bvr. 2o. en'Ll.
74 Burmido i, N. Washington
Clearfield Dor, 141
Curwcnrwill A Tike 204
Jordan 8 J
Penn A Lumlor tity 1 13
itust bo an error.'
f Township Meeting.
1 The citizens of Mt. Joy met on the 4th
1 Inst., for the purpofn of consultation on
tho coming draft. The meeting v as called
w orucr by mo i'resnlent, Capt. M. Ogden.
. C. Dull' and others were chosen Vico-
'PresidentB, and J. B. Shaw. Secretary.
I On motion of S. II. ShalFner, tho I'reai-
5 dent appointed a couimlltto of three to
draft resolutions exprcsf ive of tho meet
ing, viz: Hugh Orr.S. 11. thaO'uer, and
E. K. !sh irey.
f After retiring a thort time, they prc
'lentcd tho following, which were ununi
.'tnously adopled : '
Jicsohcd, That to long as this war was
carried on for the preservation of tho
'vUnion, it duservod and received tUe anc-
tion and support of every lover of tko
.Union; but as soon a the war was changed,
,a.nd it became manifest that its only pur
pose was tho liberation of the negro, then
. the allegiance of f very lover of his yc jntry
Jlt.ioluJ, That this meoting concur in
; tho resolutions passed by tho Central Club,
v at Clearfield ; and that wu will attend the
.JlttM Meeting to be held ut Clearfield on
Iho loth, in a solid body,
Signed by the ofiicers. j
' A BARinnoisOiTiuur. The Xw York
r.xprat of last evening says; .Since writing
j' th a: tide in our first edition concerning
I tho "branding of white men" at the Pro
vost. Marshal's ofiice in Tarry town, we
J havo been visited by one of the young men
i, on whom that infamous outrage has been
lepetrnted His name ia Theodore Low
(.is, a resident ofSlaleu Island. He slates
1 that ho desired to enter the army as avol-
unteer, and for Iho purpose presented him-
rolf at theoflieeof (he Provost Marshal at
I Tarry town. lie was examined by thesur
fgpon, n ho having rejected him without
j' giving his reason for so doing, branded him
f t'ion ric lark, imprinting fin X between the
i tliouUers uith mslic. We have seen tho
mark mado, so inhumanly by Ihe cflicers,
and enn vouch for tho facts. Anothor
voting man named Jes.o Davenport had
to submit to the samo brutal outrage
S We hopo tho military authorities will at.
onco investigate the matter, and punish
$ tho surgeon of Iho above district in such
, a manner as will deter other subordinate
i odicials from committing fuch inhuman
! acts. Wo can not believe that orden have
j been issued from head'itiarters, ordering
f Provost-MarEhals and their rurgecns to
I brand human beings the tamo in army
I horsep, and look therefore to Urn. l'ix or
Gen. Hays for an explanation ofihisabom
! lnablo praotico which is degrading to the
service and outraging civilization.
' An Afiiistick, Tiikn Phage, iv Ernors.
The steamer Hibernian, from Europe, ad
; vites us. to-dav. of a probable armistice,
( for nino months, between the Danes and ,
f l r I I. - 4 .1.-1 I
Oermans : also, a favorablo prospect that
the now Peace Conference, sitting at Vi
enna, will be ablo to arrivo nt such a con
clusion a-j will conduce to the interests of
What evil hito is it, that condemns us,
core, in America, to fipbt on and tiiht er-
fT whilo the crownpil humid of tlin Oldl
IVorldcan teeure armistices, and enter' For Bocearia aad (lulich, at (Hon Hopo, Satnr.j Morrisdalo ; Michael Johnston, An.-stown ; Mc
rUpon the preliminaries of pence without! day, 17. ' i Connick f- Lung, Pittsburg ; W. S. Lloyd, Ebens-
much apparent dilliculty T Is it the des- fr U irard and Goshen, at Congress Hill eehcol burg; S. Silkknilter, Huntingdon; S. Wilson,
tinv of liepublics only tobe cverml-ift on! house, Jonrf.iy llflh. Strattonvillo ; Dull Terry, Terrytown ; C. Roy-
ehe'dLof Malar,, rT.tK.An
jesand "strong GoiemmenU' . drive (For d Fox at K0. l icUool house in Hollidny, Hollidaysburg; M. M. Adams, Cres-
through tho perils or war to the quiet w. Huston, Friday 23d. son ; AV. D. Zeiglor and Joseph S. Pee I, Hun
ters of peace f Is tho sword to bo the por-.For Clearfield and Lawrcnco, at Clearfield on tlngdnn; all of whom havo purchased Porlablo
lion of America only and theoiivebrnnch Monday 2(Uh. Steam Engines and l'ortahlo Circular Saw Mills
Mid the dovo rescrvod for Europe alone i Noprivato examination will bo hold, unless 0fus.
V. Y repress ,iatisractory causo bo ahown , and then applicants Wo folly warrant our engines and saw mills to
" " ' ' must present a written roquost, signed by at least bo nindo of first class material; workmanship
s TllK Cost OF Abomtios. The llcrull folr roombors of the Board of Directors of tho j iho same ; with Brass Pall Valves in pumps, nnd
lruly remarks of tho condition of the ne-, di,trif' In which they proposo to teach. Nolehecks, and to saw from (5,000 to 10,000 foet of
trnra 'Jniitli "Afnrn thnti half ft million tc Clin b,8,l'lRCed in hool under any cir- j lumber per day (say ten hours.)
C W i. t Lr, vverfi 7od bv w ' oul "rtineato, which tho fl-Ordor. a elicited. Descriptive circulars
a pgers who, three years ago were fed by , Dir9Ctora should examine carefully beforo oon- ,9DT to oil correspondent!.
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pianiurs on nog una nommy, i nun ieu
V the. U S. on hard tack and salt horse.
fobrinff about this chaneo it has cost the!
Jnited Slates about five thousand dollars
m,l i:r. -r !.:.
j". mo iiiu u. uuo iiiw u.u .y.
Mo find rnn .HAil ltit Iha aahlil irrfitrh.
'a wero r.ot in all respects better as fliey
fore. Northern and Southern men, to
i.vi vilfril nun ouumiitt muui v.
ne number of tt million have fallen in
ttle or have died rnoro horribly in hos-
ilala and (ha i;ri i. orl hrolr.n
owl - c n.BVn v" y ,br0ke I
own With financial nmharpAamntl Atiil
ii ,, . , - - a
I Lis has been done to make some Lun-
reds of thousands of niggers nsn more
jretcuea than they were, I
, Swapping Horse-A Little Storv.
(l '"uouiuug wiuow maker now en-
throned at tho White Hn.,Bin w.i,;,
;ton, has made a joke into ou aphorism.
and for the third tune in hi Jifo cuE
Iho story of swapping norses when r'ro.H.
l7l m.T:. .i ' "
slv rcfeFencfl to H. ,..r"
,i,. i i i .
.- . ,, , . , hi ins
iT'- . .? "UlL'U Riay account for
uio unamuio cnaractor. lio
Lad lime to BIYAn llftrtpa ivI.am
says it is
stream, yet has applied his nrimmm.t i
cross wg n
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OSrCO B Ul Abo flint nrilinni- tu .,.. i.
;, u 1, .,1 ...... T V "-"".'"B
1 . . V "K'T9. ?fi:
i"" "" luwiiurso uisidieuiiiai i.e coulu
iin-- ... I 1 , - ... 1 1. i
v.. ..1 "ucu luuuiiis trnen mo Keeper
!r lLo ''Pf,0 urcd tho country that no
ft"? ui l'1"".' by cn?ssin8- " ht!a tho
three inonthj 1,,1 ,".
,, :r "l , r fc " . , " ,1UU' ' V r3
WLC ii nste.Kl ol crossing the stream direct -
j .v.. Liuiui; jar uiuow mo fatal I- Ul l" '-uumy cuiiorintenJont tncreot, you
ing point, and lott sight of tho landmarks ' nro "I"ully requested to meet in Convention
he ttruck out for--v. hen ho has chnnred ?l, ,uho,couri '10U8('' j" Clearfield, on Tuesday tho
Uis course, and inatend of mukiDK Mros. ' I',,b d"y ff SeP4niber at 1 0'c,rk in tho
the ttrenn m. r,l.,i. . i !i i .osa . afternoon, rr tho purpose above stated, aeeord
mo stream coes pluncmc wi dlv down n . tn i.. ,h. .... r .1,. . :..i..u .v
10 tue sea ol destruction whtu a million
ol Ins groomsmen have been lost by him
when the granary of his keeper is ex -
hausted when tverv original nlan excant
"my plan' is lost sight ol, we tbink it timo
to swap. When crossinn tho atrnnm il. mn
be well enoush to hold on Imt lion .
ing down the stream, and each day tho
stream ii growing wider, till its banks
are lost in the distance, it is timo to swap.
Hut let us seo if the national 6exton
has lived up to his tripleted ideas- When
this war broko out he swapped tho coun
sels of Douglas for those ol Sewaul. Ho
swapped tho vigor of America fur Ihe
emasculated weakness of Spain. JIo
in ' tlio rotoinnc. Ho swannnl
4 -. - - .v. KvilbllUN 1.1
iiouKorcrossinff mo same stream. Hook
er for Meado crossing the rotomac. JIo
swapped Meade for Grant crossing tho
llapidan- He awappod I'.uller tho beast
lor iSanks tho blunderer crossing the
mouth of theilississippi. llivswupped
Hanks for Can by crossing tho Tied river.
lie swapped Curtis for iSeofield crosMnc
il. f it 0
niv ui'n-i iuiosiasippi, jie swappoa Hun
ter for liilmoro crossing tho bar at Charles
ton. He swapped Ditpont for Dahlgreu
before l'"ort iSumtcr. lio swarmed Kre-
niont for Curtis in tho river beforo St.
Louis, Ho has swapped the sword for an
outlndibh proclamation when -crossing
tne Hellespont, lie lias swapped Ham
lin for Johnson when crossinc the I!ubi-
con. Ho has swapped told for worthless
paper currency when crossing the river of
prosperity and plunging into tho gulf of
national bankruptcy and nalionul ruin.
Ho has swapped the Constitution of our
country for tl.o bcdlamate mouthings of
fanatics. Ho has swapped IhcOoddoss of
Liberty our nationnl riguro head lor
the pate ai:d wool of a nigger, Ho has
swapped a land of peace for a deiert of
graves, iio li.Ta swapped prosperity for
taxation joy for mourning, and national
greatness for certain ruin. He has swapp
ed all Iheso as he once swapped jokes in
an old saloon in Illinois, yet has the face
to ay to the country hi this hour of trial,
w hen jokes sicken the heart, that it is no
time to swap him for any other horse or
as. LaiTowc JJomcaaC.
CyThe Albany Statesman (nti-Shoddy
Hopublican) takes a very discouraging!
view ol Lincoln a prospects, and c;wji up
on hiui to resign as a candidato for the
Presidency, to tnako roonj for a more
available man. Tho Stateiman. says :
There is only one way left to prevent
tho Democrats from electing the next Pres
ident, and that is to havo President Lin
coln declir.e the nomiHtition, his success
or to bo cither Gen. Grant, Sherman, JJut-
Icror Hancock. Such n nomination would
unite the party. JS'othing elso ever will,
Divided as tho party now is, between Lin
coln, Chafe, Fremont, Seward and Weed,
the party cannot avoid a mostbutniliating
defeat in November. Tho catastropho
can yet bo averted, but only by tho de
clension ol Mr. Lincoln."
MA It HI H On the 4th in-tnntby Amos Ilile,
Ksq., Mr. Pavid AT. Moore to Miss Martha Der
rick, all of l'orn township.
On Friday last, by Iter. h. M. Gardner, Mr. Jo-
....I. tl..-.. Mi. . HI... II.. M
bi-iiu i nun vid iv iu ics i.1 ui ill .I1UW1 V, UUI u Ul
J)II'.l--In Ooshcn township, on Iho-fltli ins!.,
ot dysentery, Robert Loonard, son of Leonard
nnd Elizabeth llunigarner, aged V years 4 moi.
3 weeks and 2 days.
In this borough on tho 4th inst., of dysentery,
Eunico J. daughter of Augustus and Sarah
(loodrich, uged 3 years and 111 days.
I'l'I.lt'AMS for schools will meet for cx
l. nralnalion nt the fullowini! named places:
l or Rrady and Illoom, at Luthershurg, Monday,
For Ferguson and Penn, at Lumber city, Tuei
day, .September 6.
For Roll, at Ilowor, Wednrtdny, .September 7.
For Kurnsido, Chest and Mew Washington, nt
Riddle s school house, lhnriday, iSeptember H
For jorjun and Knox, at Ansonvillo, Friday
For Curwensville and Piko,at Curwon.Tville, 6'iif-
urday, September 10.
For Boggs and Bradford, at Williams' Grovo,
Monday, September 12.
Graham and Morris, at Kylertown, WtdnttJav,
For l)ecatur and Woodward, nt Coutre school
house in Decatur, J humday, September 15
iraeting. Applicants win bo required to attend
' at thoso places nearest iho district to which they
r applying for schools. The examinations will
commenco at ociocic, a,m.
,ug. n is4. h. Co. Bunt,
C AUTION'. The publio are hereby caution
ed against buying or rolling, or In any way
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meddling wim tnerollowing personal property,
B0W in th P f Taos. J. Booth, or Bra -
d7 township, vis :-Two horses, one two-horss
wagon, one sott double harness, 8 head of sheep,
, i ,.i
O reaa ni nogi, ono piow, one uinocr ich, inn
0as Cooking stovs as the said property legally
belongs to ms. JACOB PEN1Z. 1
Ian for Bumside when crossing tho JUpa-'crty'pay elm
hannock. JIo swapped liuinsido for' posed of as tli
9nif if., aug. 17, l364.-pd.
I pOUSTV nusm t,nFht ana sold upon
' ' v" v,"""u .vims, rtppi7 10
aug. 17, 1SC1. WALTER BARRETT.
To Scliool Teacher?.
, 1TLICATI0NS will Lb reeeivod bi
Board or School 1'ircctorj or Clearficid I
rough, until Au
"h ''. "''.AU-. " h"a Teachers-
, niMMuunnu two lor the l'r unary Denart-
"' icaiii nir six months Ironi tliu 1st
, fH'pfoniber, 186-1. An examination will bo nm,l.
O rr"-" in me ruunc pctiool Jtouso, ia
Liinruei.i, uniueliitti tf August, by tho County
I Sl,l'.ititcndcnt, in presenco o.' tho Rourd or hi-
' ' .. iini
y orucr or the Hoard,
ll. J. WALLACE, Scc'y.
Aug. 17, lSCl.?t.
I r , ' y,
tn having Wn
COUtitv. Iinn.no:! Arnlli-n.
," uurmg uccn inarto by tho Iionrda of Di rco-
l0" 01 a nJrity or the School Litricta in Fnid
', county, stating their desiro to increase tho -ala-,
'plement to the School law, approved the 8th day
j of May, isii. c. It. counts,
1 UK-17, '61. .SVf. Com. School.
rflHE undersitjncd Auditor, appointed in open
I court t0 a,ll,it n,1(1 "Tort distribution of mo-
, noy in the band of . K. llejarty, admin ihtra.
tor or Lyman Miles, lato of Ileccuria tnwnrhip,
. Clearfield county, decoased, gives notice that he
will attend to the duties of said appointment , on
j Saturday tho 3d day of September, 1SC4, at hi
' office in the borough of Clearfield, at which time
'and place all persons interested may attend, if
they see proper. W. M. McCL LLOl't; II,
uug. 17, 'til. 3t. Auditor.
1'II VV Il)ltSI-'Ciiio to the premises if
tho sulseiiher, in Lawrence tuwn.-liin, about
t lm ill I. Ami...!.! inl 1I...I. II It TV .
i,vrili.r ia run ni mil tit inma r.irix-nrj nfm-.. ..p....
, ......, ,.,
irges, Ao othcrwiso he will bo dis-
ic law directs.
aug. 17, IStTl. 4t
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Corner of Market and Third wii eut.-i,
ZANKS VILLK, OHIO.
Having added greatly to our former extensive
facilities, wo nro now turning out a largo number
of our improved l'ortahlo yteaiu Engines nn.l
Portable Circular Saw Mills, many of which aro
finding thrir wnyinto Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indi
ana, and Illinois. Thoso already-received and
in operation nro giving tho most cntiro satisfac
tion. There is uow hardly a Stato or Territory
in tho L'nion but that our Improved 1'ortublo
Engines nod Saw Mills aro in use. All our
Engines have spnrk arrester stacks on thoui,
which confine tho flying sparks.
Wo would rCjipootriilly isfir j-m tri f1ift;fl.ltrtw.
ing gentlemen and certificates for the portability,
utility, nnd practical operations of our l'ortahlo
Steam Engines and Saw Mills :
AvoNDAi.it, Chester Co., Po., April S, 'Gl.
Mnssits. J. 1 J. II. Iiuvai.1 (ientlemcn Tho
Portable Engino und Saw Mill got of you give
cntiro satisfaction. I chooiluby recommend
thoso lu want of Saw Mills to give yon a eall.
Respectfully, IS. 1 WICK E US II AM,
Mineral Toint, Cambria Co., Pa.,
May 21. Isiil.
J. A J. II. DrvAt.i. Gcntleuion : With Mr.
S, llardesty as sawyer, we havo sawed, with tlio
l'ortahlo Stenm Mill sent to Cambria Iron Com
pany, in nine hours, eight thousand loot of lum
ber, (two thirds of it being cul;,) ami would
cheerfully recommend your Mills to thoso in
want of such. Vory respectfully.
JOHN MO It R ELL.
For Cambria Iron Company.
Milnitisn.u.K, Juno 2, ISM.
Mrsstis, J. A ,T. 11. Di vam. With the assist
ance of Mr. llardesly, wo sawed, tho first day wc
sot up your Engine and Saw Mill, seven thousand
two hundred and fifly six feet of one Inch pino
boards, when everything was now and had lo
como very rutty by three weeks cxposuro in an
..J,"" - " -"r-
open car. Vt e are well sati.-lied that the mill will
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. cut fully ono thousand feet of inch lumbur per
Imitr. With millllliln lmln il elinitrrnlli' r..i.itiit-
; mend your mills and engines to any in want, as
we aro fully satisfied they aro tho best mill and
engine ana mm ol mo Kind we nave ever teen.
Yours truly, Jos. UKEXNElt ,
For llronucr, Truoks A Co.
EBKNsntno, pa. Fob. 2f!tb 1S64.
Mossrs J. A J. H Pcvaix. D'nr Sim : Our
portable saw Mill uud ongino arrived last week
nil safo and right, wo believe and wo can sny
without meaning any fiattury ia behalf or Mr.
Hnrdosty that he did himself crodit inputting
the mill up and starting tho same. Yesterday,
just ono weok Trout tho timo wo uulnaded tho en
gine, ho sawed with fourhands, about COllO foci
or lumber in about eight hours, a portion or tho
logs wcro oak and ash. So lar as wo aro aide to
' judge, we think wo will be abbi to send you a
better report after a whilo. Wo are satisfied
with the Mill and Engine, nnd can recommend
them to any person who may uneiro a poriaoio
mill and oniriuo.
Yours, wishing you all success,
REES S. LLOYD .1 CO. :
For further roTi-ronces wo will give tho names
of James A Evans, Ebtnsburir. Pa. Messrs.
Hunway A Co., I.ntrobo, Pa. Messrs. 1'runer A
Hurley, Tyrono ; Adams, Cabin A Co-, Cresson ; J
S. Milliken, Hollidaysburg ; llileman it Hesser, )
Altoona j Mossrs. Reed A Pro., Tyrono i W. I)il-,
worth, jr., Pittsburg; S. Rhynes, Lako City ; 1
rollett A Co., West lir?cnvillej R. J. Nicholson,
Uronkvillo ; J. MrUonegiil, Hemlock; Cambria1
! T. Tt.t- . T' T 1. - . nn
A J. IT. T) IV ALL.
Corner Market and Third Streets, just opposite
C, 0. B. 11, Depot, Zanesvillc, Ohio.
aug. 17. ly.
HACHUKM IVAXTI J).-Tho School Di-
aui.i.b , t-uii
TUREK Tcaehers for the Winter Session ot tho
Publio SohooU. Applicants are expected to bo
; in attendance at the examination by the County
Superintendent at Congress Hill School House
1 In September next. The wages will bo from $2
j . , .. .
By ordor of the Board,
PETER LAMM, Sac'y.
August 10, mi.y i.
STATEMENT OPT1IR CI.EAR1 IKIJ
, , , ,JAXK.f"rtb. month cuJiug
July SOth, Uol:
ronusylTauia btalo Stock
Due fri'in other Bunkn
lianl; Xotpsot'otliLT L'anki .
J,;il tender r.otos,
CllL'C'liH, I'riiftB, Ac. ...
Ovlt draft., .
licvonuo Stamps, .
)uo from Connnonwoalth, (fpeciul)
hud bud r.'.lK'Usej,
Onpiia! ?tock paid in . $,.0,0(10 PO
Nute in circulation . 41,9!i2 00
Duo III positor.i . . ,", ;;; ( 53
line on cerlif of Deposit, p!ll7 H
iuo oilier llanltJ, . 7 '.K12 41
luie t'ummouwealth, . tj (11)
Interest uui L'xchange, 7,U02 (10
Clearfield, aug. 10 '04.
J. G. ELACKWELL,
(ICO. W. 11 & CO.
Also, Jobuera in
Clulh.-i, CissinuTi'3 si ml Sstttincts,
o. I.i Wet nil cct,
I"orlh sitl J between Fourth and Fifth,
r"Call and sco our cstensiv e stock.
Aug. 10, 04. If.
For Sale A Fruit Farm.
rjUK subscriber fillers for sale on reasonable
SL terms his FARM situated ii Lawreneo town
thip, u'i.ut midway hctweeu Clearfield and Cur
wmsville. It contains about 85 acres, with about
65 acres thereof cleared, with a Frumo House
and l'raniij Lam. Tlicro are upwards of 400
grafted A lo trees in good condition sumo 20
I'car trees, with u quantity of Cherry treas,
Grapevines, and other small fruit there. n tho
wholo being well. located. Tho tillo is indisput
ubb. Fur torais apply to tho subscribor at
Clearfield. GEORGE THOR-V.
August 10. lSCl.tf.
Orplinn's Court Sale
OF VALTJAHLH IIKAL KSTATE
JY VIKTl'K rf an order of tho Orphan's
J Court ol Clearfield cuuuty. at June term. ISO 1 ,
tlicro will be exposed ut I'tRLIC SALE in Ky
SaUnl v. flic 1(h day ofAugiist,
at 2 o'clock P. M.,lho following REAL ESTATE,
viz: TWENTY ACHES of land, situate in Morris
towuship. Into the estato of Taniel Will, bounded
and described as follows: Iieginning at n post,
thence hy lands of Ardery d- Phillips north,
one and a half degrees east, ono hundred pcrchos
to a wliilo oak, theneo by Ilaniel II. Will south
thirty-1 wo dogieos, west ono hundred Und cigh
leeu perches to a f o.-t, thmce by Jno, Will, east
lil'ty-i.iuc perches to the place of beginning, con
taining tuenty acres, more or le.'s,
Tki.ms : One half tho purchase money at the
confirmation of tho sale, tho balanco in ono year
thnrrnfter, to be secured bv bond mid mortgage
on tho premises. JOSEPH II. JONES,
Kylertown, Aug. .1, I'rOt. Administrator,
Chop! Chop! Chop!
;)r rtrir. Rushels sspcrior ItVE-CIIOP
V9Ul just received and for sale at
.'t 7,1 por hundred. '
Philipsburg, Aug. 8, 1SSL pd.
rpiIE next Annual meoting of tho Clearfield
County Teachers' Institute will bo held ir.
tho borough of Clearfield, commencing on Tues
day, August 23, ISfll, at 10 o'clock, a. m.( and
continuing in session Fot n pats. A full atten
dance of Teachers, and friends oT cducution, is
C. D. SAXDF0RD,
Aug. 3, 131. Co. Sup t.
I.T M. McKIERXAX, Dentist, respectfully in
. forms the eiliens of lilen Hope, Janrsville
and icinity, that ho has looatod ia Junesviile,
where he ii: prepared to wait upon uUwhomtiy
desiro his professional service. MrCnlls to
other parts of tho county will bo promptly attend
ed to. F. M. McKIERN'AX.
I 0RERT J.
WALLACE, Attor'ikv at Law
JLV ticartild, Pi., (illieo in
fctiw's Row, op
p 'situ tuo Jouruiu oU:co.
dec. 1, TS5S. tf
1 ) l .l.l ! ' NOTlt'i:. Tho Hoard or Relief
.1 V f"r tho county of Clonrliold, will meet at tlio
I ommissioners' ofiice. on Wednesday and Thurs
day, tho 21th and Hitk days of August, 161'. 1.
The Hoard have directed that nil new appli
cants must appear beforo Ihe Hoard and produeo
their sworn siatemcnt detailing name of soldier,
regiinrnt nnd company! when enlisted the
number of children, with ago and six of fadi :
the township in which tliey resided at tho timo of
enlistment, and their present residence ; and that
she is without the means of support for hersoif
and children, who nro dependent upon her.
Two witnesses of credibility, from the township
in which she resides, must also be producod
whoso certificate, sworn to beforo the board, must
set forth that tho applicant is tho porsun she cp-r
roscnts herself ta bo; that tho stateiuiucnt oftho.
number nnd ngo of her family is true ; that sho I
is in destitute circumstances and her family iu !
actual want ; and that all tho rants set forth iuher
upplic itiou are just and true. I
Forms containing these rcjuUitions enn be oh- !
tained at tho otfice of tho Hoard of Relief, when I
application u made nnd tho witnesses appear.
Aug.,.'!, l.SCI. WM. S. H UAH LEV, 17.
DR. TOBIAS' .
. VENITIAN LINIMENT.
T cures cobra, when first taken, in a few hoors
Js. dyscntury in half on hour; tootharho in live
minutes. 1 1 Is perfectly innocent to take inter-
cino. In cases of Rilious Colic and Colcra Mor
bus I reguid it as a sovereign remedy. Your
Venetian Horse Liniment stands unrivalled ns 11
horso mcdicino nmongst f'nrries'nnd boatmen on
this.canul. WM. LEWIS.
Sup't North Lrunch CanaJ.
Trice 25 nnd fjiljcents a bottle. Sold by ull
Druggists, Olileo 50, Curtlandt street N. Y.
july 0th, laiit-lm
Attorney nt Law
and Ileal I'state
CLE 1! FIELD, PENN'A.
OJF.yon M.nhftsl. Opt ifc fi Jai
1-) ESPECTFL'LLY' oilers 'his a-rvices in sell
V ing and buying lnnds in Clearfield and ad
joining counties ; nnd with an experience of over
twenty years as a Surveyor, flatters himself that
ho can render satisfaction. And
Offers for Sale
KMX) acres of coal and timber Land, situnli in
Decatur township, Clearfield county, in lots to
suit purchasers, located near the Tyrono and
!KMI acres of first ra!o farm and timber land
in Hell township, Clearfield county, situate on tho
waters of Curry's Run.
Uiii acres in two lots, one of 112J and tho oth-
t of SI) acres, suitable for Kiirminir nnrnopna. sit-
uate in Highland township, Elk county,
.....in iii.u ,..i,i 1.-U. '
itueneral warrantee deeds fur all the above
ands. Fob. Is.
MTL'SICAL GOODS Flutes,
IT M. llarmouicana, I'receptors, Musio Paper, Vi -
olia Bows, Bridges Strings of th best nuatitjcat
M, 1 . K KAZEK S. .
nai.j , .... . reconi nemieu oy uie mosi eni.ncni f , , b , ciearliel.1 eountv, deceased, having
Physicians in l,,o Lnited States. Pr.ee 2, A ..Oct.. n r,m;,l'ta the undersigned, nil person. In
loNAW.lNn.1 P Aug. , 1-1,1. ,d t0 fni(, c,,.,;0 nro requested to uiuko iin
, I. Tobias, Now iork : Dear Sir I havo ,. , p!,ymont, and those having demands
ued your cnc-ian Liniment with great success, ' ho wi cscnl R,m Uu)y BUlhen.
fuiu ub uii iiiii-ruui n wrj nn nn V X tLTMili lUL'tii i
DEMOCRATIC NATIONA L CAMPAIGN
rat lLLi a UK 1301.
15.M0 m'FOR THE PUESIDENTI A L CAMPION.
f)2 f 7 '
214 DtPIIE f-pproaching Presidential election is
2SU 10 ! X unquestionably to be the most important
4Sb (Si' , yr held sineo tko establishment f our Govern
4U0 00 ment. f pon its results may not unlike! ilennn,!
l'10 continuance or our reftiblican Government on
this continent. The lihertif uf the woule hard
'"" iunttlitf, under the pretence of preserving
liberty ; tlicir rights assailca uniler a pretended
defenso of thoso rights ; their constitutional priv- j
ileges destroyed under tho plea of sustaining tho J
Tho war lor the suppression of tho Southern 1
rebellion has been made tho instrument or flsur- i
Ipationnndor oppression, and the patiiotism of .'
j tho people turned to on assawlt upon free govern-1
, ment, The prodigal liberality of our citizens in
, support of tho war has been used as a uwans of
enriching officials, their Mends and favorites,'
ami Hie money contributed to sustuin our armies
has been diverted to tho basest of t artisan uses
to the mtst corrupting practices hi every brunch
of tho Administration.
ri-i . , . ,.
I lift sOWer nTiil Hi iifinon if nut. flnfa.,.,hi
ninoiiB niitiont hua been fnttcrea awny, and a
monarchy ePtathshod on our UordorH, w about eo
uiuuu ns u iiu8i irum mo n bBinuj,'lvq AUUHU1I
tration. Ihe riijht rJ titylum fnts liee'i t-inotirii
with the connivance and aid ol the Admini.-ilra-tion,
and foreigners, who had sought a homo on
oui ttiuica have been h Muniipeil !., Culu-d Suites
officials, and sent out of tho country, In violation
of law and right.
7mi Wa rty of the frrtu hut hcen iuvnrfett news-1
i' papers have been suppressed by military power,
persors have been seized, imprisoned, punished,
without warrant, without trial, without judicial
e.Mimiration, and our boasted freedom is fast
becoming a byword nnd n mockery.
Finally, tho Prosidant hr.s u oned his detonui-',
nntioll to convert tho war into nil nlmlilinn em. I
I sade, and refuses to entertain proportions for
peace, except upon condition of tho abandonment
of slavery in all the States.
Shall tho Administration, which h is thus failed
in its duty vhiih has thus triimpU-d upon
rigliti 01 too peojiie ho continue.! in power
Sliallthe political party which sustains such ifli
cial niisgoverunient ho permitted to maintuin its
ascendcHcy 1 TliJLuiswcr of every hotest r atiiot
is an indignant N
To aid in tho gre.A work of re-CHtahlishing tlio
Constitutionof restoring tho l'nion, nr.d of se -
curing to tho peop
plo their rights and their liber-
tics, special efforts must bo put
enlighten and influenco tho ru,'1''15
expose tho wrongs and abuses rf tho present
Administration, arouse the pioplo to a sense of
their djngcrs, and disFcniinutc, throughout tho
lengih and breadth of t.io hind, during the Presi
dential campaign, the great principles of Hcioo-
cracy, ot civil liberty, ani of personal and politi
In addition to our regular Daily, Scini-Wcekly,
and Weekly editions, we shall issue u special
campaign c littion, to bo called
TILE CAMIUKIX WOI!LP,
commencing the first week in September, with
ihe proceedings of tho Chicago Convention, and
terminating with the election. It is designed to
lits faithful, oat nest, nnd i iorous exponant of
tho sentiments or tho great opposition party
uf tho country, to promote the success of its can
didates, and to uid in restoring tho L'nion to its
former greatness nnd power.
To give the Campakin Worti.n tho widest pos
sihio circulation, on earnest appeal is made to
State, County and Town Committees, Democrat
ic Associations and Clubs, and to patriotic indi
viduals in overy part of tlio country, to aid in its
Fiikk Disrnitii nod iu every neighborhood thro'
uut the I nicm. A million of copioa should be
spread broadcast among tho pocple.
The price of tho Campaign World will bo as
low no tho present very hiith eoit of pnpurwill
permit. Orders will be taken nt tho following
rates, and must bo for tho wholo series of uiuo
Ten copies tocnoaddreFS, $3 00
Twenty copios to one address, S 00
Fifty copies to one address, 111 00
One huu'lred espies to one address, IS 00
Order.) murt be for packages of tho numbers
above indicated, nnd always accompanied hy thoj
cash. To avoid losses remittances should, when'
convenient, be by draft on Mew lork. It is do
sirablo that orders reach this olfieo as early as
possible. Letters may bo addressed lo
nug.10, 37 Park Row, Now York.
D. W. McCURDY, A. B. Principal.
riIIE next Quarter will opon on Monday tho
1 6th or September, lblil. Terms of tuition us
Common English, comprising lhoe branch
es nut higher than Reading. Wi iling.Arith
metic, (ioognithy, English (iraiumer und
History, per quarter, - - - ft 00
Higher English, per quarter, - 7 .'0
Laniruiii'cs, per quarter. 10 I'S
August II), I Ml I.
OIaTIIANS' court salk
ELSAL 3! Kg ACT.
I'Tfly Acrts In Kartlinus Townslilp.
EY" virtue or nn order oT the Orphan's Court
or Clearfield county, the following Real Es
tato will be sold on the prciui-es on SATURDAY,
tho 2.'!d day of At'ijt'ST, 1 SO I, nt 2 o'clock p.m.,
viz: A certain tract of land fittiato in Karthaus
township, bounded by hinds of I. C. M'CIosknv,
I). Moore, et al, containing FIFTY ACRES,
about twenty acres of which Is cleared nnd under
cultivation; tho residue is farming land of good
quality lato the estate of John Hart.og, dee'd.
Terms One half the pitr?haso money nt con.
Urination of sale, and the balanco thereof in ono
year, to bo secured by bend nnd mortgago.
jy27- lt Adin'rof John Hnrtznir.lcc'J.
V" DMIMS'I Pi VTOHN MlTIti:,-Notice
is hereby given that letters of administration
on iheeslateol WM. L. MOORE, late of llear-
tieatoJ for settlenier.t.
HANNAH MOORE, Adm'x.
jly 17 'i'(. JAS. A. .MOORE. Adiu'r.
j Xr.t i rORS' N01HT Letters tcstv
J j mcntary on t!i estate of 'Villiota Sles, lato
of Knox (p., doe'd, having been granted to the
undersigned, all persons indebted to said estnte
nro requested to mnko Imaiediato pnyinent, und
IYIIHIII, Ullll ,
those having claims against the same will present i
them duly authenticated for settlement,
A. C. TATE,
THE UNITED STATES
CO ERLY it II UrCUISON, Proprietors,
THIS Hotel, so well known to the traveling
publio or Clearfield eountv, is now in a con
dition to afford the most excellent accommodation
either for tho transiont guest or the permanent
The "United Suites" Lai now all tho conven
A FIUST CLASS HOTEL,
, ... pr,,nri,., determined to spnro acith-
.xn.n,. or lobor to ensure Iho comfort
.. '. ra-i. . ..r iIia trnvalinir:
cr expense, time nor labor to ensm-o
C .1.- TVi. nntrnnsire of til
,oi ine guests.. i P '
I publio is respectfully aolioiUiiL Jly 1, '03, y.
Mt MIOUMAKIJIt. The- subscriber d-
I .ires to employ FIVS Journeyman Shoe-
uiakers imiuediauly, to wotk Ij the month or
i,r the rlecO,
3fO. if, 1?Std. lohonl,rs Pa-
Still on a Rush !
BOTXTOX, MJONERS & GRAHAM.
il 1 1 11 1 11 f V
1 . m.
Very Cheap! !
1-0YKT0.V, SHOWERS A GRAUAM-suo-0
ccssors to Boynton A Showers respectfully
announoo to the publio that they ire now open
ing an extensive assortment of
SUM M Eli GOODS
At t IS M nM silnn.l in flT.in.t.'a t: t I.
1 -! vi an ii 111 d Him still ! 1 11 ir f UlUll
.1 ..a- .
! (couaWeriug their ooit !) for cu.li or a .prov'
od country produce. Their stock of
--v "1 ": T" "v n.
JLJ K I U U U U
OANKOT HI.' SUnPASJIi'ni
Customers can thero find
CALICDES WITH FAST COLORS!
ML'SI.I.VS! DELAINES! LAWNS!
CLOTHS! CASSIMEHS! VESTINOS
LADIES' SIIAWL5 ! GENTS' SIWLS !
II ATS & CAPS 1 BOOTS &. SHOES '.
, CARTE'I'S it OIL-CLOTIIS!
..., c tkit- ,m
: FANCY GOODS
I-S UNEXAMPLED IX STYLE
AX I) VARIETY, embracing
NOTIONS ! NOTIONS! NOTIONS 1
' y nc,i
Head-Nets! Neek-Tioa !
'1 , Ssitchcls ! Port Monnsucs ! LruMhes !
Photographic Albums !
1 1 PES, TOI5ACCO i SECARS I
PERFUMERY 01' ALL KINDS ;
Or nnytliinr else in tho Notion Lino 1
All or tho best quality, nnd selected with tpoeUl
regard to the liudo of Clearfield eountv.
At F. IioYNTON,
Clearfield, July 27, l.Stil.
roiiMEBi.r at run BKt.i.KrovTn ror.NDnr cha.vog
l'LJUE OT lIlflXESJ.
BJAi;5'r & Co.,
AVI.Nli leased tho Foundry and Mechino
Shupsat ."lilcsburg, known us " OREEN'H
l-'OL'N'DRY," nro prepared to inanufartiiro nnd
repair Steam Engines, sweep nnd trend power
Threshing Machines, New ll'orld nnd Hathaway
Cook Stoves, Wngnn Spindles, Plows, and Cast
ings of nil kinds ut short notice. They alsohavo
b ,ili at LYllcfont-) nnd Mileshurg, a variety of
Cook und Parlor Stoves, for soft coal, of Pitts
burg manufacture. Call and sco for yourselves.
J. C. IIAVPT is ngont for
Columbia Insuranco Companies'
the York and
TJ71AUM OP :
JL1 SA LE. l'ers
Ol'1 :.'( ACKI'oS FOIJ
ersotiH dubirincr a bar-
g iin in tho purchn.-o of a FARM, will do well to
emhr.toe the opporliunty now olkrcd. llio farm
is situated in Morris towns-hip, Clearfield comity,
ahum (Id acies cleared nnd improved with good
outbuildings, nnd is advantageously located, and
can bo mado highly produelive. It will ho sold
at a bargain. J . tf'Fnr further particulars apply
to tho subscriber either in person or hy letter to
Kylerluwn Post Owieo, 'livn fi.-M county.
j ii ii. I, 2in pd. FREDERICK NE PEL.
I) O.NNE'l'iS Fnshional.lo Iiunnets, hnts, Nets,
) Caps, Shakers, Riblnns, Flowers, Plumes,
Crape, Eonnet Silks and .Milliuory (joods gon"T
ally, cheaper than the cheapest at
d. 1 KR-VZEU'
rons Hint f rofession-
M. y. V --v ill lint 'TtrnKi (.iinriiiea
-w.-w'-'. u 2 Inin to Lis office nil
.i - -.tho time. Mid lio will
' - v-"f,; therefore bo nnalilft
-s- ........... - . " .
10 niimo rroiessionui
Vl.il. I,, ii-. f i ;.
.- , ..... w ... Ul.
ttceust .jiucd nlacoa
this summer; but
mar be r.,uad aI bis tinleo on the swulhwesl eor
nir of Front and Main streets at ail times, except
when notice appears in tho tos-n papers to tho
contrary. July S, 'lj:t. tf.
MV. PAHTM'.ls.lll heretofore existing
between Stncy W. Tii"inpson and James K.
Wits1 n isthisdav dissolved by mulnnl concent.
The l ii-ini -s nil be en lucted by Ja. E. W ijson
who will settio tho business or the firm.
STACY W. THOMPSON,
Sraryavillo, Jim. 2P JAMES E. WATSON.
New 7atch and Jewelry Store.
S1I. I,.t;CllI.IN, hnving purchasrJ the
interest of his lato partner, is now coin? it
, . . , " ..." ,
'" ' " 1 ' '"P lorinenv ."ecupics
to keep up his reputation ns a coinpi,'to workman
by doing all Work entrusted to hiui on short no
tice, in tho best manner, and on tho inot reas
onable terms. Defvintr Ihe eountr, nil ho nsk-
is a fi'.ir trial, and a continualiuti of tho patrons
I ngo hcrctuforo extended. I."k out for the sign of
T II E Ii Hi W A I J 11.
jft rjTho Cash will bo positively f Tpcted
when the work is delivered. 8. 11. L.
Clearfield, April 7, 1361. y
Diseases of tho Nervous, Seminal, Urinary and
Sexual Systems rsew and reiiablo treattnent
in rsp')rts or the Howard Association, eont by
mail hi scaled letter envelopes, foci oT cbnr'i.
Address, Dr. J. SKILLEN HOl'tiHTON, How.
ar.l Assoc iation, Ko. 2, h'outh .Ninth Struet, Hi
adelphia, Pa, Jy2J-Slly
t T EVER FLEOAL. Justice eftho Teace. Lu-
J J thorsburg, ClearfiolJ contty Pa., will alb'trd.
pruuiptly to all business entrusted to bis tare.
Luihersburg, April 4, IttiL
CLOTHIMU Full snij to m;.th. of cost ,
pants ao I vcsU. overalls, dnriuri, Roys' Clc
thing rt J. P Kl ATZKR'A.