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0o in,' Democrat!! I
Wo learn that tlm r.inn,!,, f vrnpi.it..
,-. I . -- - ...uuvu w4 luvuivinu )
'" aerffaa "we" .othorparU oflho State, are! ;
mr t7i m 'ioe, . ii so """"(i imposition io lite irienas or;
if said viliin (A Mar: 175 Linrnln nnil.!.. 1:1..- it-l. . T r'
t . --i I :!,.'.;. on ""'fc imo hub: ill t-usa ui
AT WHOLESALE ONLY!
I OP EVERY DEsrnroTinw it tnn i
PBICRS. FOli CASK!
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT TH3 , inPRICESof FALL 4 WINTER GOODS I
McCiellnn'a election, they (the Democrats) ' A ' ' 4
agree to 1HI all Quotas, disnense with eon- ' ' ''-
McCLELLAN" k PI-INDLKTOX
THE NEWS. ' agree to fill all ouolaa. disnenaa with mn
A severe' Utile wag fought in th She- scription, and leave the Republicana slay!
nnilcan va'.Uy, near Slrasburg, on Wed- at home after the 4th of March next, ifj '
ccfdny la'. between the forces of fiheri-! hf Republicans will agtee to act in like
(Un and Taily The attack was made by, manner towards the DeraocraU 'in case of ABTLfV APfn? TtDfiDC !
the rebels at early dawu,' resulting in a" Lincoln's re-election. The proposition is ' AlllU 1 iiuUJj JJiiUlD I
severe defeat, and lmost route, of the perfectly fair, and we advise Democrats
federal forces, driving "them back some everywhere to Vgo in."
five or nix miles, with the low of many' , ' ;
guns' wagen., ambulances, about ' 2,000 1 , A "Uc Dm'- A pWio discus-
.1 1 A Avx v vwutu S il U l AJULIiniNlllirV. fill
or forces ware immimlil f!n I nx' Monday even.ng, at 7 o'clock, be-
Wrifihl, who, with- :three other " cener.i S. B Ben,o.v. E,q., of Erie county,
-ni-.. -,, .1,.... o !"UUr. 1. J. lSOTBlt.
The sovoroiga romeJjr for the Cure of
fever axd ague,
BILIOUS Dl S EASES!
,Y"- f WV W'j P. K It A T Z E It.
A H a tV ry 9rcliant, l,,i,r Tr.w' ront Etreet. Clearfield, Penn'a." !
JJ. ik..p0dna "aving purchased a largn stock since the; Voter. who tW.re an Honorable Peace,
jewoirjoi snypiutorn or qunliiv and in oot " ,e ufull,D 10 rr'eea it now prepared to , i ,
...titj mad. u order. K,tii.tM for offer neat Uftin. in . ' and a Jtasloied Lnion, can only express
. ! "U0'1 ft 'lotiro by depositing in the BttWot-
Anytiyiooi uoods innniifBcturcd, tich m in- f r , i I
volitions, etc., at lort notico. r,. lllCllCSl 1 I'Ul. til. ( inn tie. '
vaasing Clerks, with a small capital, can fln.l eon. i I
riSrnt! u---i".tiir.-ie.yi-yFt7o Delaines, i
1 no i-roiu io tiie Rctaitcr Is very targb. ,
A U ho!eide supply can be carried "in a Uhh.
. . 4 - .i Jewoirj oi any pattern or qualify and in any " ,c "r-"" fricea u n
, ; ; j : ; quantity made to order. sJ-Kntimates for auy ofTer great targnins in -sfi'.ilj.elass
of work furnished. jUrl'artMar altj. ,rb , "
' lur; Intitun 7 raUer; and Army VcuUri. i
brjx one of the following tickets
np French Merinos,
... i, '
About 3 o'clock
p. m.. Gen. Sheridan, who was at Win
chester the night before, on his return
front. WaSliington, came up and restored
orcer-and'' organization, when theVebels
werejn turttf beat back i confukipn, los
This is the true system. The Democra
cy would profit by it. It is the on ly
means by which ltpublicar.s can be ho't
to hear (be truth, anr to. realize tlw mon
strous outrag'os that are being"cotiimilte4d
A T T E N T I O N '. 1
FEVER AND AGUE, ETC.
ing 4.1 guni (including those captured In :T"'" r".1?! f
the morning) and aliout 1,000 prUotera, EJiUtr ort."f,w;efcirV" 7:
including Gcu. Ramseur, who was mortal- -" Diar Pm : jvith your
I.. .MfiMslrtsl anil tm tiits 'I'l.i. ia POimiwloB. I with to a to the
..... .... I paper that I will tend, by return mail, to all aha . This most wonderful r mclr for thn nrrmii.
tHt SUosmnce pi Hie accounts sent to Uie wish it (free); a Rccine. with full dirtin. f.., nent.cureof Fcror and Ar0..P . w, iiM,.
northero pres, from which a "great vic
tory" is claimed 1 But of course we will
gain nothing but victories until after the
There is nothing new from Petersburg
or Richmond. The Jliohrnond papers ive
accounts of a battle near Richmond about
the l3th iBst, which'laited all day," Jn
which tbo ' Federals were' repulsed five
tiraep.'f "leaving-many dead." ' Thia affair
was given to the northern papers aj "a
reconnoisance without any important re
sults." fcowego. . .
Atfuirs in Sherman's artuy are involved
in some mystery. Beauregard and flood
had united their forces, and were retreat
ing southwest, Sherman's main force fol
lowing tip. . No details have been received
, front: Atlanta for five weeks, while rebel
accounts predict its recapture at an early
: In, Missouri, effnirs continpe to wear
the rriost threatening ffpect: ( 4
. Pol3 Ra3singg-Tha Ball ia Motion)
The Democrats of Lawrence and the
adjoining" tow bain pa' astembled; at the
Cross Roads, at Eetiuire W, A. Read's, on
Thursday last, and raised a splendid Hick
ory rule, opo hundred feet above ground,
from which . was" suspended n -beautiful.
ling of our country, 'I he arrangements
were tnodt capital, nnd everything wont
off in the bust tlylo.
After the polo was raised, a meeting was
crh.inized. on motion of Levi F, Irwin, by
leleutin? William. A.-Read as ; Chairman
Andrew Brown, JoseplrWatson, C. Krat
eor, Patrlgk' Kerns, .lohnAskey; WmA,
Illobm, David F.rhard, James Henderson.
John A. Thompson, Joseph Moore, and
Daniel StraT, Vice Tree'tdmls ; end A. C.
Tate, f;evi Rowlcs, and Clatk Brown as
AdJioswi were then delivered respect
making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, that erel 'uio yean ago by one f the most eminent
willcfleotualry removein 10 day, Phnplej.Dlotch- Chomisti of America X
es Tan, Frockli'S, and all Imuurit'einf ihn Skin I Out of thousands of run. If bm mVvnr hn
waving tna tarns soft, dear, smooth and tcauti-
iuu . -
' I will also, "mail free to those having Dald
Heads, or Dare Faces, simple directions and in-
'onnauon mat will enable them to etart a full
growth of Lnxariant Hair. Whiakera. or & Mnm.
tache in leas than thirty days. -
All applications answored by return mail with,
out charge. Kespeclfully your,
T1IOS. F. CHAPMAN, Cliomint.
Ofl5 3tacp. 631, Broadway, New York.
known to fail in clTcc'.ing a radioal cure. A
tingle Jlrttle of these drops has cured diseases
Stubbornly Resisted the most Skillful
. Medical Talent! ,
It contains nothing that will injuro the Consti.
It purines the Blood!!
It removot Obstructions from tho Liver!!!
It promotes the discharge of liilo ! ! ! !
fnMUlTTl'Pa nv rimt vr.r
q,, , . .1 " effects a rndual and riermanent Care by re-
i lie following gentlemen compose the moving tho cuuso upon whkh' the aguo dc
Committees of Vigilance for thet several P"11' ' . ,
Election Districts of Clearfield county, asl T ir F
appointed by the Democratic Standiual .
AMY AGUE DROPS,
. . G L. REED, Chm'n.
T. J. McCullough, Sec'y.
Dwai ia Joseph W' Lull, Thos. Groom
Hr. R. Dickinson.
lltllV?. T. Gilbert, Jacob W.Camp
bell, T. A- Magee-
lioaas John Miller, ir.. Aaron tlartman.
liloom Gainer T. Bloom, Wm. Line's.
D. W. Chilson. .
lirariford John. Torter S. Y. Wilson,
Brady James C. Barrett. Daniel Rish-
el, David lleborling.
Burniide l'red'k Shepherd, Daniel Gor
man, Wm. King.
CAcif-Thos. 1'. Gariley, Jehu Wood.
Covington Y. T. IIe.garly, John Uriel,
John 1 ickncu.
A . It. t . 1 i . . ..
na in uame iinporm, uns Dcen ana is tho great I op
specilie for alt niLt.iors niiRiiKi in th p,,. I ul)4i
It has no equal. Its popularity in our noblo Ar- ' "11 1 L A DLLrll I A &
my ana eisewliere is as univorsal ai in c
have been suroaud wonderful. Aa a
; sack, ranu valise, or carpet ba-, and will not be
,liko boons bulky or inconvenient to carry from ' 1 J ? i n'l
! place to place. 3 UOOtl IJlaCli Silk,
Remember another thin ! this Bijinf it
Strictly honorable ! jtn, i, tc,i f CohurtTS flUft AJnnrnt
mtirrprtnntiug or tngvralin,j. Our goods show ti " ft(Cf f bf
for themsolres, and prove thomsolvos !! I . '
It is a busino.s in which-an ,,mul,n.l ...t;-:.. I V nn It'll h u-o
Umr; ryumilint i gum f;f h wnnaj rneietd, . .
nnu au eucuunigiug pront is pocketed at tlio raino
time. It is an occupation in which no person
jneod be afraid or athnmcd to canvass tho samo
, field again and again, for where onco our goods
are inirouuceci, a permanent anil ivufiiiHom tie
iiianti it created.
To Soldiers In the Army, or tho'so' at' home dis
abled by the hardships of war, to Clergymen out
of health. Teachero, Postiimjlor?, i.r any per.-on
who wihes cither local or an netivo oocupation,
and cne that brings with it kiir.vt i-ecumaiiv in-.
I) ice me. nts, this presents ax orronTi- n v -.,.
doni met with. Tnv it! Amu sub foa vuLit-
C'ARKFIM.Y SKLECTKD I.0T3 0V JF.'.V
F.LHY, comprising our newest styles and most
saleable variety uf Uoods, wiH bo tent anywhoro
in the Loyal Suites. Wo nro constantly filling
orders from persons lenving tho cho!eo of (jnnd
wholly with us. To juch wo promise tho bott
oxcrei.o of our taste and judgment, nn 1 fnun our
long experience can ensure salis'uetinn. Il'e i'l:
nn piii in adeamc,- ttato what ttvle an I (pm'.ify
of Uoods lyo wanted, and wo will send the saino
nnd collect pay by Express at tho end uf '.ho
GOLD AXD SILVEmVATCUE.-,
(Jood movements and manufactured i:i ilio best
manner, of puro material, all warranted nt pricos
from $ltf to $?j0 each. Sent anywhere pay
eo leetel by Express. Siitisf.ictiii guaranteed !
All Watchks at i'iiist ruic-c.", nnsr ukiko
OCR OWX ImI'ORT atios,
Cireuturi free by mnK ! S:nd fir then ! !
T. ,t II. UAUGII AX.
Jluiinficlureri and Importer),
OeU 2, 3m. 7 US lirodivay, Xew York.
j Ilobrrt I. Johnston
; Richard Vaux
. , William Loiig'hlin
Edward II. Itelnibold
i Edward P. 1'unn
i Thomas MrCulluiigh
j Edward T. Hess
; I'l i'ip S. Oerhard
! tUorgo (1. Leipcr
: Mithael Sellicr
j Patrick McKroy
1 1 h ,ums II. Walker
! Oliver S. lliuiiniek
I ' MKVESTATIVE, .
'It has proved a gTeat bio sing and paved many a'r .".'",1"'0.
! valuable lite tu thoso miasmatio localities whore lrelS'. bUM
they would have been victims to bilious diseases.
Tho Chills will not return if these
Drops are takeu !
I SG I,
HIS great lino traverses the Xorlliorn nnd
Jnorthwe.-torn counties of nniti Ivuhin. In
iiib euy oi j. no, on L.UK0 r.ne.
It has been leaned by tho i'iininJrnni Il.ttf
rond Camnnuu, and is onerated bv llieni.
Its entire length was opened fr paa.-en-'cr and
ne.s, (Jet. 17th. Sot.
I 1 1 me of Piitnewtrr J'raint nt Fnnmrinm.
Through Mail Train leaves ea.-'.ward 2:10 P M.
" " " " wcstwnr.1 10:1 J A. M.
Passenger Cars run through wim'TT change
both waysbetweou Philade'nhia and Erie.
Furs aiul Bonnets,
Staple Dry Goods ,
Ilea d i-Made Clo th ing,
Hosiery and Notion,
Hals and Caps,
Boots and Siocs,
Ilardicarc if QuccnsicarcuXo&tA
Drugs and Groceries,
Carpels and Oil-clot lis. i
All of which will be sold at greatly reduc
ed prices. Oct. l'J-tf.
TITHE undejsirned, having completed his Phot-
. Ahram T5. Punninj
(eorgo A. Smith
John M. Irvine
Joseph M. Thompson
James P. Barr
j Robert L. Johnston
j liiehnrd Yaux
Edward It. HelnibolJ
i Edward P. Dunn
fi eorgo U. Leiper
Thomas II. Walker
Oliver S. Pimmiek
Abrnni C. Duniyii;
(ieorge A. Smitli
John M. Irvino
Joseph M. Thompson
James P. liarr
(lallery, in thaw's Row. two doors
west of Hie Mansion House, Clearfield. Pa., ia
now ready to wait on all in want of .
My arrangements are such as will enible me to
furni-h tliouu beautiful productions of sun draw
ing in the highest style of the urt. Having Kited
up my rooms at a considerable expense, with a
view to tho comfort and pli-nfuro of my patron", ' Michael hcltzer
I hopo, by strict attrntion to business nnd a deiire ! Patrick McEvoy
to please, to merit a liberal rharo tf public Thomas H. Walker
pnt'onnge. A full supply of (Jilt, Rosewood, and : Oliver S. Dimmick
oilier frames, Albums, and an cndlcs vai ioli of
Robert 1: Johnston
Edward R. JldnJiolJ
Edward P. Dunn
Edward T. Hess
Philip S. Gerhard
(J eorgo U. Lclper
Abram II. Dunning
Onfirpe A. Smith
John M. Irvine
Joseph U. Thoinpsoa
Jau s P. R.irr
ABHY AGUE. DROPS
Elocant Slecidnir C..r on '. T, s l,.l, I ntvlW ltln
wayr between Williamoport and Baltimore, and i At Mffi $ IFlTECStSS.
WiUiamsportandPhiiadelphi u I Prtieular attention given to copying all kinds
or tnlormation respeeting Passenger bimncss 0f pictnrpg, wo
appiy ai me r. r;. uor. lltn isn.l .Mivrkct sts,
UosUh-J. A. L. Flegal, J. F. Rote, A.
Graham Jaraea Stewart, Lovi Hubler,
! ti i r .
... it t I mi", it, rnwr. . ,
iveiy ty a m. u. Jiccunosgn, r.sq., u- a-W. J. McCoy, Joseph Fry, John
Wallace, tstj , urn. it ra.; uigior, uu Humeri'.
Hon. Wm A. AVallace.
Tho meeting was. in every respect
gratifying and imposing demonstration.
VUarJu-U bonvyhJ,. Jt. Merrell, J. C.
Whitebill, R. J. Wallace. - ; Quily drives away
iVruwW loronyh W. T. Chmbersa, T . vfTTelTT ivn irr t vvt'c-u i
Levi Speico, Wm. A Mason. jLiANuLOIt AD A EAKNKSS!
Decatur Solonion llamerschley, Joljn asd
AVl.ite, Abm Kphn'rt. " ) RESTORES TJUf SYSTEM
leryusonll. D. Straw, Josiah Henry,
1 nomas J.ewis. To Its natural huoyancy and animatioa; invignr-
J ox Ja. McClellan, N. M. Brockway, jating the body and clearing out overy vestige of
j. i. neain. - viseaae preuucoa oy luaiunome miasm.
Girard-R: S. Stewart, W, T. McCorkle,
BE WISE IN TIME! J !
ANOTHER rOLE RAISING.
Tho next day, (Friday,) another, oi
rather, two more p"' wero , raised at
Judge Bloom's, Jn Bloom towtibbip. A
large delegation of the slordy,Deniocrats
cf I.aiH rence snd ' Pike met their follow-
DeinocraU of "Bloom, Te'ni?,anI EradyJ
' CAo porstn raiding in a Fever and Ayut
dutrict thouhl It wiltout a BollU of lite
" ARMY AGUE DROPS,
JIustoH Samuel Conawayl MartiuTylei
lliram Woodward. I And it in strongly recommended to persons trnv-
Jordan David W. Wisp, ThomasSmith, cliing through placos charged with missm.
John O. Glasgow. ' ' '
- tat-MwuiLorena Hcrtline, F. AV. lirom
ker. Rrobert J. Huyncs.
Knox Aaron AVise, John AA'itherow,
Lawrence Samuel Clyde, Geo. II. Nail,
Lvmbcr cilf WouhW, AV. Kolley, F.
S. Robison, J. F. liilo. ,
Morris V. .L. Mortell, George Hoover, I
mT Rothrock. - 1
Beck, Thomas Hoover,
Dale, Branson Davis,
Ana lor treght businom of tho Company's
Agonts, S. R. Kingston, jr., Cor. Utli and .Market
ata., Philadolphia ;
J. W. Reynolds' Erie;
J. M. Drill, Agont N. C. R. R. Ealiiimrej
II. 11. Houston, Geni Freight Ag't, Pbiln.j
11. W. Gwix.r.n, Oen"l Ticket Ajr't, Phila.;
Jos. 1. Potts, Gcn'l .Manager, Wjllinmspnrt.
, Oct. is, i .sr. i.
on rii ax's "court salb.
V virtue of an order of tho Orphan's Court i
L,- oi uearfl Jld county, thero will ho exposed
tu publio tsale at Clearlield on . - .
Saturday, tho 10th day of November
next, nil the following deseribed real estate situ,
nte in Bradford township, Clearfield county, Pa.,
lato the property of m. Grnluim, cr., deceased. I
f?Inlriirtion in the art of Photographing
giren nnd apparatus furnWied nt city prices.
sep-i-ll 11. liltlUiii;, Artist.
J. i, Monnin .
t w. Monuis -
Ir MORRIS $ Co.,
JAB. H. watsoX . Robert L. Johnston
I Howard R. llelmbold
Edward P. Dunn
1 Thomas McCullough
Lilward T. JIes
Philip S. Gerhard
George G. Lcipor
.,, , Patrick McEvoy
rpilL undersigned, hn.wng just returned trom ! Tnlmll( H. H-lllk,r
JL 1 hilauulpl.iu nil a new nnd fpleudid assort- si i ; v c r S. Dimmick
luent of Goods, nro now ready lo supply all who j
may favor them with a call with anything in our
line, lueh as '
' II I- AT) QUA UTEIW
FOR CHEAP GOODS
IN GREAT A'ARIETY.
Abram R. Dunning
John M. Irvino
Jasppli M. Thompson
James P. liarr
Beginning at a rock oak, (now cutuinwei) on! DHY (i'OOI)S. (', IvOl -VMl KS. If AIM).
the river thenee south 68 (leg. west D'.S i.rrchea T IM'. nl'PPVuw t imj
yVim Wm. i.
Union Levi Dressier, Jacob Hess, AVm.
. WooduarJ AV'm. Cliue, James Lulhor,
Xtto W'uthinnton burovgh Henry D. Rose)
Jacob A. Breth, James Savage, .
and had agobd time generally
The meeting wai organired by appoint
ing John II. Rowles President ; Hon. Jas.
Bloom, AVm. Bloom, son., Thomas Dough
erty, Harrison Tassmore,' Josiah K. Read,
G. B. Hoover, and O. C. Passmore Vice
Presidents ; and F. McBride and 8. AV.
Horn, Secretaries, ...
An eloquent and spirited address was
delivered by Wni. M. McCullough, Esq.,
which wos well received.
Tho Soldier's' Vote. '
According to the llarrishurg' Telrjraph,
of Saturday last, the following is the
totul Army vote a received at the State
offico in Uarrisburg : '
TN .. A 1 1 A
j-'emocrrtio -... .
This will show a very different result b ' Rills discounted,
. November. Wo? have every .urance't.8' Stk
that but very few Democrats, corapara-! Duo from other Runks
(ively, voted in October, caring but Utile Rank Notes of other Banks
. i . n.l Lcgn' tender Botes, -
or nothing about county .tickets ; ni, checks, Drnfts.io., -i-that
many obstacles were thrown In jleir 0ve.r drafts,. .
way, which will not be permitted (AVmW JiS . ."
'Indeed; many.'and those who ought to' , nnd Expenses, .
know, are confident tbat McCi-eLLVs will
have QUITE THE HALF of the rotes
polled in tho Army
W'a respsctftilly call attention to our Icstimo
rials. Many of our letters attost that hundreds
of lives havo been saved In tho aruty by its use.
Indeed, so well are its curative quulitics appre
ciated in the army, thnt Clio (host successful Sur
geons ia the Field and Ilosbitul use it almost
exclusively in the diseases for w hich we claim its
infallibility. The beet physicians always seite
the best mentis to oflect a cure, henco the unt
versality of tho ,
ARMY AGUE DROPS.
A . .t,I(A A.. I. I.K I ..... 1 ..t 1 -t... . . I
south 78 dee. east fS nerehes to a Post, ttli neo ' A . V U liU.N ."5,
south 22 dcg. oast It perches to a whi to oak, i 'n grcat variety, with n full assortment of Fancy
thence south JO deg. cu.-t 27 perches to atones, j ' Goods,
thence soBth 01 dog. east fill perches td Host.! 7.'.'T) VTniTJ VI.il ir n A f'fW .
thence north 4 i.erche tu whitaoak. .b.on tl...,.-. I '. J"..J . . ' I Robert L. Johustou
by John llanni north 31 de;. ,nX l:il perehe;an,, !," T e,v.crJUlin n" ' ,ar tntt!1 ij Richard Vaux
tu a chestnut, thence along tho river ll'j parches i ..u- i . .
to tho beginning, eoDtainfaj ' ' r '."..V f ttrc,r.ta ZVf? 'T"'"" " ' F
, , , i t. , Feed, I ish or Rueon by the load or pound. Per-
Acres atld '2.1 I erellCH, sons disputed to favor us with a call will 2nd hs
with about SO acres cleared, with orchard, and . 'J.V to fupply their wants. '
having thereon erected a plank bouse and lo". ; .J," 0 aTe a,f0 rrfj'srcd to tiado for
barn, exc(.ting nnd roservjng oat of tho above, Siinilt, 7Wr'fV, (t lid id hit
20 acres sold and conveycdliy Wm. Grulmin to at the test maikot prices.
Lucino Graham. I JAS. I, MORRIS & Co
Trrhs One-third cash at salo and the balance:
in one and two years with interest, to bo secured
by judgment bunds on the premise.
W in. U HA 11 a iU, dr. dated myselfwith tho above lina.aud will bo
pleased to have lheir custom.
sep2? JAMES 1'. AVATSON.
CARD. -1 nm happy U say to my old and
many kind customers, 'hat I have nsso-
Edward R. llelmbold
Edwaid P. Dunn
Edward T. Jless
Philip S (irrhard -
Lumber, 1 (j',:0l'e " ,-c'i'tr
Thomas 11. Walker
Oliver is. Dimmick
Abram R. Dauniug
R ibeit Swiueford
Georgo A. Smith
Johu M. lit ino
Joseph M, Tlioiup.ou
Jais P. R.irr
Oct. 19, tds.
. i . .
Yi'o are harry to Tfr to His Excellency A.
Lincoln; Hon. McClolInn ( Gen. Fremont, Gen.
Burnside ; Gen. Ilanceck; Gen. Kilpatrick; Gen.
Rice - Col.Pyo, 95th N Y; Col luick, 17th N Y
C; Col Fowler, Uih N Y SM; Major Doremiis,
, ,, , . , ... ... ia.vu .uwjor neiisrvucr, ooiu rn: .iinior 11-
V T.lJ' T 'I ? ox, ADC; Major Painsey.M.jorStillwell. Ma-
T 7i I t, r . ?! .. Jr Rabcock, Lieut. Wfcelari, Burgeons USA;
of Clearrield. Tho ter obtain i ,9 m0, by Jlu R(JV Jlish .u v ,J K 1(;
calling at this office and Ucnt.fymg the s,n,o1 Taylor, cw York , Kev II W ieeeh.r, Rev
vo K1I Chapin, Brooklyn ; Rev Mr Clicever, Rev
jMr Bangs, Acnr York ; llis Honor Mayor Wood,
lion M Lalbfioish, lion M V Odell, Brooklyn j
lion Mover Gunthcr, Hon Hornee Grcelev, New
j Yurk and hundreds of other equally well known
$123,034 !H gentlemon, for which seo circulars.
. 48',tr99 41 I'
vriTATF.MF.NT OP TIIE CLKAHFIF.1.U
COUNTY H WK, for the month ending
! September 80th, 180t! -
CAMU trcrpasaing on the premises of the un-.
dcrsigned in Lawrence township, on or a
, bout tho 1st of Sept. 1SG1, a RED BULL with a1
. white face supposed to be rising t ?j years old.!
i The ownor is noreby req uestod to como forward, '
prove propcity, pay chargei an! tako bau iway, j
or he will be sold according to law, 1
Oct. lj, .It. MARTHA IRWIN. !
NOTICK to the Return Judges of Clearfield
County. Owing to the er tnei us puMha
lioM ol the law relntivo to soldiers voting, in tho
paper laid before thoj oaid lit their tci-sion on
Friday lost, tho lime fixod for their reassembling
was in Notu.ber whereas Iho true time for
their re-asscuibling is Friday. October, 2th. at
which time juu aro rc'iuested to bo pruscut at the
Cturt House in Clearfield.
By order of tho President,
G. AV. RU ELM,
Oct. 19, :t Clerks.
- 4.1,100 O'f
. i 26,101 00
- S25 00
- . 12 47
1) OIL Alt PER
Cnpitnl Stock paid in (50,000 00
Note' in circulation - ,
j Due on certif of Deposit,
WILCOX A CO.
181 Water Sr., New York.
RKMEXr NOTICF Tho Rord of Relief
for the county of Clearfield, will moot at the j
Commissioners' ofliee, on Wednesday and Tburs-j
day, the 2lh and 27th days or October, lit: I.
Xho Board havo directed that ail new appli
cants must apptar beforo the Board au 1 produce
their sworn statement dotailing name of soldier,
regiment aud company; when cn.isted ; the
number of children, w ith ago and e.x of ea. h ;
the township in whieh they resided nt the time of
J. Q. BLACKWLL, ;
i EO. W.. 11 EE I ) & CO. j
Also, Jobbers in I
Cloths, C'lM.iinierca and Saltinct?, '
So. -1-2.1 MarLct street,
Xorth side between Fourth and Fifth.
cCf-Cull and see our sxtcniive f to.-k.
Aug. 10, '64. tf.
STRAY Cnino tresspassing upon the preui
tsis of tho uudi-r.-iatieJ, retidingin Rradford
tp., about tbo 2Jth of July last, a RED STEER, ,
about two years old. .Tho owuer Is requested to ;
come forwurJ, prove property, pay charges and
take him away, or ho will bo disposed of nccor
ding to law. BEN J. KN Eltty '
September 2Sth '61. pd. '
Clearfield AcadciTi)'. !
D. W. McCURDY, A. B- Principal. ;
Robert L, Johnston
EJward R. llelmbold
Edward P. Dunn
Edward T. Hess
Ph ili.) S. Gerhard
Georgo G. Loiper
Thomas II. Wuikvr
OKver S. Dimmick
Ahram 1). Dunaiug
George A. Smith
John M. Irviiw
Joseph M. Tliompson
Jnmi-s P. I'oirr
f Ml IT K next Quarter will opn on Monday flio
5th of September, 1801. Terms of tuiiion as
enlistment, and their present residence ; and that
Common English, comprising lhoe branch-
esnot higherthan Beading nnn;,Arith
metic, Geography, Englinh Grammer an 1
History, per qunrtcr, - - I
she is without the menus of support for herself! '''"'' '"l'"l'. P"- quartor, -
-1 . JAMES 11.
Clearaeld, Oct. Id, '6.
, . Cathier.
THE VICTORY COMPLETE.
1 Tbo r.fTipil mnioritv on the VOto for Con- Duo other Ranks,
1 1 i-.- i. '.! ial.,1 l.i' Due Coraiuonwcaltb,
Btessmen at, me iuio c.ccuuu, . , Jutoreal and jjxoh,njef
the Patrwt d- Union to oe ow,
' This includes all the districts and all
Ihe counties In the State, onjiUIng. the
vote nf the aoldiors In the field. To take
the several county tickets, the majority!
uiargerby several tnousana. ' MAfN STREET, BltOOKVILLE, PA.
e know inai aevcrai oi vue more rein
less of the Abolition sheet io Pennsylva
nia claim a maioritr on the borne vote;
but it' is not true. They are only Iollew-.-TrASTED-.-Tea oompslenr Teachers "to
i .. . r.- a.J I- YV Uach the Brady townahip schools for tho
ng the xatnple of Simen Catneroo, andt' nbowJ t& at Luthorsbarg
think le lie themsolves into such a belief.' 0u Saturday the 22d Inst, when we hope applt-
Even IhA NV. T.,;..,.. .r.A- Alaimlrxr a cant will appear. 1-lberai wagesYwiu ue g.v.u.
Hi u m UU1 Mi v. I
N. Xnne nmuins without Larln.j our ami children, who aro rlonotirlent wnon hr,
A"V niinva Ul llCHIUIIIIjr, I.IIIU II. U ... ..PI. 'J'
In which she resides, must also be produced
' whots certificate, sworn to before tho board, must
t'ffnuiure on t,t mapper.
Languages, per quarter,
pnrtnorth.p heretofore ex feting fcotwefn
1 t or:n iniir ino nnniirinr m tun nrfoti h n.r .. s .1 . . "
' . tM herself t be ; that the s.a tomment ofiho. 1 h SI P. i. . v
..Don't lot your Druggist put rou off nulIlber and age of her family i true ; that she j '"it 1
with any other remedy. If he docs notUveit ig , destitute circnm.t-.nees and her family in f '!Sl!.j ?".; i. . t ,
for sale, enclose nifl 24-per mail, snd we will actual want ; and lliat all the fasts set forth In her
send yoaons botti oi ino Army-Ague Drops per application are just and true,
Robert L. Jehnstos
Edward R. Polinbold
Edward P. Dunn
Edward T. Ross
Philip S. G"ihanl
Georgo G. Li ipor
Thomas II. Walker
Oliver S. Diuiuiiuk
Abram R. Duuuii.g
Gcor"t) A. Sm'tli
Tha iuous lletik i
John M. Irvine
Joseph M.T ; mpj m
J in- f P Hair
Itiliiaui iljn'.oav iy
mail, post pafd.
: Wilcox & co.
I torms containing tbese rennlsitmns ran be ob
tained at the oflico of the Board of Relief, when
applb atioa l made an I th witnesses appear.
OcUlD, lSf.4.- W. 5. BRADLEY, (7.
K..K. V:E A Ix S
- -ritorBiiTOR. - f OcU 19 ly 1 . A .
, a -I
ud ScktlfrwleeJcvs defeaL
it inovnt, alter ciaimiug m
whorb week, lurrepders,
iL 1, tt. fi.
! J ... J Oil XL. CUTTLE,
i Attorney at Law and Heal Instate Affent,
Dj CLEARFIELD, PENJi'A. . .
. OJficeon Market tt. (fpuiU tU aAiiT, ;
-j l l tarttir iim oners bis s rvices in sell
X ibg nd buying lands in Clearfield and ad
' joining counties ; and with an experience of over
i twenty years as a Surveyor, tatters himself that
;h can reader satisfaction. Feb. '63 tf.
MlKTLsW-is great variety at '
' J. P. KRAZtR-8.
The Books and Accounts are ia tho hahJs of
Thos. 11. Forcey, for settlement, aud all persons
Laving unsettled accounts will pica? eall at once
and settle them up,
T. II. FORCEY.
J. BLAKE WALTER. ,
Grahamton, Si pt. 8, '64. pd.
Farm for Sale.
fpHR subscriber otters for sale, oa reasonable
I i.m.. ill rren of Land, more or less, Sit
uate In Oirard township, Clearfield county, with Thomas McCullough
about 40 acres clearea, wnu ouuaiugis, e., erec- j;,Wnr 1 T. Heis
ted thereon, being the some premise- parcha'ed philip S. Oerhard
bv Smith King from Georgo II. Smitti. For George O. Leiper
terms and particulars apply to th andcrsigned Michael Si-Per
at Clearfield, P. il'atriek McKvey
TUO.S. J. MeCULLOUGH. ! Thomas II. w.,k.r
Sept. II, lf6Mf, '' , Oliver . Pimraick
Robert L. Johnstoa
William Lnulilin '
Edward R. HelmboM
Edward P. Dunn
Au-a.n B. Dunning
Paul Lei ly
Georgo A. Smith
Tln '.dcs Banks
Joan M. Imt.a
Joseph M. Tupmptun
Jarr.es P. Earr
Wit! lam Koanta
WiiUaia M mtgouery