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A nici rn.ior osoT. The debt
Sheriff 's Sales,
T 1T OF JUHou.. ...
frm rn,hr;. oouniv. In lftflO. FROM TIIK SOUTH. A mca rn.iOr osoT. lhe debt of the
I.. ... me the, ,o.l ardent of Itenub- From tb. Richmond Equlr.r. P.O. 12 3 ,Ci'y ?t V'Ii- of Jami-
- CalflriBtl011.- Rm,tVl Re. ary , itw, win omouni accc, .ng 10 lue yiRTUK of sandr, writ, of IW;wi . ' . " m.
jicana, nuu hki wiuui.g .w "-7--7r"-- ivorta wmsrican 10 tuiu i-u.it, hili, h . ik.t. iv,. .Mcaiu-QowM W. mm.:
coiauiouufcwu cuugseu-.Te.j loN 0K DOLLARS! and lhe rate of tax. ti'.rS. ,. ' a.'" James 8. fllliirh. "u"a- "Hi
per? JJouar ana every negro w do aljon l0 muke lhe inlere(ll have l0 JftSi,, glKT S'r"
be S3. Sou the S 100. Piled on the ton Court lloiua in tho borough of Cloarfiold. on
Hie recom- 0f this burthen ma luxation and federal
upon llie fixation, A. an unprecedented ndvance of
He write rii-ino. in all Ilia r.pci'Sarii of Ufa. What
teer his services. Mow long ho remained
in tho service, nor why Le left it, we ate
not ndvUed, further than that bis denun
ciRtion of the men be hr.d assisted in j ut
ting into, power wa of the most impas
sioned character. He wai not a ' bouuty
jumper," at least thiW the fust lime we
Wednesday AIottxiX(i::::Dnc. 21, 1SC4
TIIK WAIt IN"CLEARFKLDCO.
concealed " in a
Tt. Pdtiim nf 10 ILim-ilv Tuinner .'
y. ... j ....... jj.e deserter Wtre
and J setters. house, and "opened a fierce fire! "
ADuptnUand JiUdv Attack Company- Where our " mountain fastnesses " are
V, lGrA Jlryimtnt Veteran Heserxtt. , where Iho " deserters wko inTett Clearfield
county " are to rallv and entrench them-
solves," we are totally ignorant"; but when
tLey are " brought to justice," and that
most bloody fight" oomes off, we will
' try and be thore to see.
The fact or the party at Adams' teems
to have been no concealed " affair. Jut
Sacrificed for Liberty
We aro much pleased with
mendutior,. of the Governor.
subject of uegro conscription
to the Legislature like a true Virginian, n ,.i,,Rse,,t rn-o-ipecl ahead for the tax-pay
like a reaolute man, firm in the purpose ei of Philadelidiia ! J.W.mct Gairtte.
01 nucitv. ana rosoiveu not to m rum any 1 i i;,iif i.aitar r,d r ;,u t i.. ...1 u i,.n,i. .i,.t,n
hnvo ever hesrU ll charge uiauo againhs question of property to.HUnd between bis We autect not. and nn aceurate caloula- tbs south and wont by lands of
bim. iCounlry and her liberties, lhe Leguia- jjon wju ,10W almost every muncipnl
This then. U tho aum and substance of lure of VirjtiDia has now tho opportunity ort;niliZ!llion ;8 rs iieav,ly indebted as
11 . ..n-.L.i- n,l mnn.lv AtiHok on 0,'nn,n testifying the unalterable pur-, ruilmlclt.liiii , in proportion toils ability
this," De.pen.te and Woody Attack on , f lhe Sutfl l(J u (orover fieu from t0 'we' know there are exception.
Company C, 10th Regiment eteran Ue- Yankee domiuution, not in rexolution of ,t.re r..e number of men inhabit dis-
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orves. " tin " (lesneiaie iigru, in n uicu nmuvvui u auiiiic, unu rict y,Ht aimosi unanimously vote 101
Monday slio Vih day of January next, at 1
o'clock, P. M., tut Cullowing do.criljeil Heal K
tate, to wit :
A cerlaiu traet of Unl litunto In Oraliam tp .
Clearfield county, l'a , bounded oh Hie north by '
nulilio rond li'ailuiit from Kylcrluwn to Graham-'
It. hylcr, on ;
- TliouipHon, '
containing ton bciyi, more or leal, having there-!
on erected a tno-Hory frnmo houte and log barn,'
and elher fiuroreinuul. Selxod and taken in '
execution, and to bo luld as tne property of bam
ALSO A eortaia tract of lund lituate In Bra
dy township, ClearllulJ county, Pu., ; containing
Burii.ide-Vm.-ti003 . ... '
L-he.t-11. Uummell, I"
, u, VKOr, -IW
rn kotobiotjS tom adams rilled.
Tho Murder of rrivtto Cooper.
Such is the highly important news fur-'
Dished the publio by the lUrrivburg Tile-
nritk nf Friflnv lnt and aunh is the sen-
salion style io which it U furnuhed. The it ,llrtt information of the fact
T!egravh then proceeds to give the start- conveyed io u.e mn ry . ......
the lollowinc lancuace : , "t5UU,6 i - -
them across the
lit. rlAinila in thu lollowinc lancuace
r-r. L. ltr.fn, fi"' furnished to pilot
.i . n. u c . ira iparn i liat ihn country, cronsirie Cltfarfleld
l irhirti. - - , , iJ .
troops dispntcned from this post la quest the mouth of Toll's ruo.
of bouuty jumpers and deserters in Clear- A letter from l'hilipsburg, dated the
ZS:;. PW ' . MyapH o. the
ate fight succeeded in killing their leader, loll. Kves a more truthful account of this
the nortoiious Tom Adams, and capturing sad a Hair. Iiul the wrilr rpoil his story
nineteen of the cut throats who fought by. by cosjng jj 1S t.Iler , follows : " Jf.jor
b'ltkadppearafrom the information receiv- Gab(1' (lhe ofl'lcor iu command) is deter
M here, that Crtpt.;.Southwonli, Co. U, 10. wjnello araest -every deserter, and tvtry
Iiegi.roect Veteran Reserve, on Monday ditliyd man kU hat atsUled i ommting this
evening was proceeding on lUe roaJ toUi- rt,i,Uir.ce to the dox-trnmtnl."
ceoia, and, wnen near i iiiupeuurg.
war but aro too conscientious to fii-ht eighty aerea, adjoining Innda or England. Foa it i
. a t I . . t l. II I 1 1 l. i
fujocni, uacuu jiuiiuuni unu. d uuuu ouaeiior, 1
having about twonly-five acroa cleared, with a j
small orchard, a Ing-houie and baru erooted
thereon. Seised and taken in execution and tu
I be sold as the property of Jobn'Doach.
ALSO A cur U in Uaet of land lituate In Law-.
unmistakably show to thswoild the Dim
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ness and resolution of the people- Ji vMimou!y conscientious. Clinton Dem
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wouiu ue peculiarly proper lor ino 1 .
hilure to tender in behalf ofthepooplej Hard Times Auad. The latest oflieial
of Virginia her quota of slaves to tho Con- reports of the Agricultural Bureau in the
federate Uoverunient, the .State assuming Department oi ine interior 01 vvanning-
i.i tmu .11 onmm.iiauiinn ilmt mnv ha du- I ton ihnnr in nlnrminir docrense in tho .,..;.. i'i.n..i.i i. !
"... .... Wl ..HW...V.. .HHV ' " J j . - . - , ... O - - ( 1 L lit II V.UDUII VKIUUI bVUUIJ) , V U II . Ml II
manded. supply of staple articles of food through- ing 6ixty acres, uf which about thirty acres are
Not stopping (o inquire "is it necessa- out the country. During the last twolelrared, adjoining lands or Morris K. Walluoe,
ry." "has the time come," but, anlicipa- years the wheat crop hai fallen offabiot KH's Irwin and others, Having theroon erected a
ting the necessity.be prepared for tho one-eighth, corn and bay one-tenth, bar-, 'wo 'cr' 'lo barJi n.d h-r"wjbuildlnii..
tinfe. whenever i doe. cU. This paper ley onLeventh.beef more than one fourth dZfZt it
I ..11.. 1 1 .1.1. . 1 .. m 1 1 1 1. 1 1 i TL. lt i I . i.mni r1 f,til nrAnnlt . . V r ,J
una itiny nnu uniiun inrijr iiuimiM" - mc i u iu ji -. i iwu u "u uf Josepn Launsborry.
i. enrtleld-L. 11. Jierrell, i
. l ark.
vovinnun-Dr. J . W. vatt
Forguson Toomas lUnrv-Oraliam-Prank
Jlunton-Cliarles ltroillI '
Morris Robert Lroiin '
l'ike I'eter Jloovor. V
L'uion 11. B. llarlcj
self u the earnest advocaoy of lhi meas
ure- Actuated solely by the wish to pro
mote tho cause, and stopped by no miser
nb.e queetiona o! 'tune' or "necessity,
The tireseut hicb prices of food are not
duasolely to the depreciation of curren
cy, but alo to the growing scarcity of the
commodities themselves. The material
retourcos of the country are now, in fuct,
Deo. 5 -to.
. Sheriff's Sale.
BY VIRTUK of a writ or Fieri Facia; latuod
out or the court of Common Pleas or Clear-
or by those words of derision or folly, undergoing a rapid process ofexhaustion,
"properly," and "deeradina our soldiers whose future progress will bo measured
to the level of negroes," w shall con tin- by the steady enhancement of tho pri
ll e to urge this matter, as right in prin- cos of all necessaries of life. The pressure 'flli oojnty, and to me directed, there will be
ciple, proper for our ciuwv, and just to our of the war has hardly boeu Tell in the !po;edto .Public Sale at the Court JJouie in the
mn Virginia ornut.iea a nosition amonir Xnril, until within thu laaL r! hene-lk?r?MKh of tlearMd, on Monday, the th day
her Confederate sisters whioh renders her forth we are to feel it growing every day
action of groat weight and importance. cloier aD.d heavier. 'Xej Jersrj Ledger,
if she hold back in this war her negroes,
snd exhibits the least iire$o!ulion between Tiik I)xatii or Ms. Stuooi.CRAfT. The
of January next, tlie following
hitato, to wit :
A certain tract of land Situate in the town
ihip of Penn, In ffte county of Clearfield, and
State of Pennsylrnnia. Beginning at a post in I
l5l,C- i-i. .. . I .1 I l w
. . .. i- r " iunjor uaoei i n Know nut. u e
ia 1 1 1 r u i iiul n in no i 1 .1 1 l t ,11 iivrn.-i li s num
concealed in a house near bv. Cant. S. lake it for granted that he is a man of (err son and every dollar, and every acre
at onra nide the neeessarv m mnremenU spiup mwl nr.ilnriii'in.U hi. .Imu u a mil- all on the land and undwr the land shall
nrouertv and liberie another State will rio.ed li'ilmn liistonan, ltenry itowe i the line or Spencers, t lence by lan ! sold to Da
1.1 ' . I ' 1 1 i'. 1 I . 1 . : . . I i . . 1 L ' .i.an.1 .a. 1 . .
take the lead
Let Vi rein in, thereforo, ay to her sis
ter Stales that, in this'war neither slaves
nor flavery, neither property nor person, nvi, i-uarucierinuus mm u.m u. mo ;pcK),e, 8ion
nothing hil or low, shall prevent her "" "'0 laminar to all readers, ana ns iiOioak( ll)tni.e )Utll 33 degrees eait TDpenhes toa
from fightuig the gooil fight, and that ev-; wrote from actual observation, bin produc- (hickory, thence north 38 degrees cant 30 perohev
nous are 01 ir.9 must nuiueniiu ciiai ucier, . io a curmnur, mence toum.ov orgrees,east 17 per-
'an.l rvtAtf Im l.&nlAil n a I h m l..ul .til linril V ! cllCS to . rflll.O.lk. thelCQ -Inlnl j i.f flwiins
H I III 1111 T HO II1WILVI H. Hill ' I ''' lJ 1 W J V. ' ' " -
dCll OOlcrnl L ll eu veiieroiiv morniuz ni ins tiu cwimr norm m-iircc., ir j parcnei io
r,. ,nrn n vili l a I rm't t lA T"( a Bosmncnc loum so argrtri, eati v porcnoi 19 i onn r-iewari, jo
: . ' !..,.. . i 1 1. in .1 . . 1 1 i . . .
year of or h s ng. Ilis works on the " -c cue,
i : i :...: .1 1..1.-.1. .rii. 1 w nvsuim ..unvv v u. v-. rait iwi
tbs lino of (kier Dolt to a white- Chest Lot,
for the capture of theso racals. and pro- ; ... ;t be devoted to this war. and to socui ing i upon 1110 suujeci 01 in.iian me n.i nnune.
weded immediately to surround the place .Z the lilerty of her people and the nation- or many year. past Mr . bchoolcrali bu
cf their concealment. this; if he is a second I sine, or Lew ' - A 1 i t y of these Stale. Resolutions are pf been sorely hlllicted, and Las been confin-
Ou discovering tho presence of the Uce an(l 1,10 Jacot.in leailers ol tins , too cheap a naturu to do much gooJ ; one ;eu 10 ais iiouno, uui 111s rocntni ncuma
tro.ips, the descrteis at once opened a county bocome common informers, then ' act of sacrifice is worth a volume ol reo-
fiercj fire.-The action, however was short ome twenlr-seven hundred l)n.orrta of l'"ions. Vill the Legislature pass that
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traitor, notorious bounty jumper, w, ClMrfiel(l roun,y raust I'reI,tr lhem-
icstanily killed, nineteen of liis aasociates solvM fo1 e'ure and arrest, for these
being captured. The lots on our side same leaders including Ibis same l'hil-
amounted to killing of one man, r.ivnte ipaburg libeller, n ho is doubtless some
Srw'mpS vln't'eer? -'-
H is expected lhat this action will con- or p"vat charity-have time and again
strain deserters 'who infect Clearfield charged every man of us as being " disloy
countylo rally and entrench themselves ' A nd as " fomenlfng resistance to the
"u.n,"u ,,u"u,u,",u ' Government."
1 11 ii rraion, aim iuai ueiure inose gangs
Is Ssarch or Hit Tarsxts. A few days
since a latter was received in this city by
the Postmaster, from Menmouth, '.Varren
county, Illinois, inclosing the photograph
of a young sturdy, gv.'d-looklng country
lass- In connection wilh that lassee is a
tale lhat is "owre true, tut owre strange."
Years ago, a boatman on the Penntylva-
aam.I liv.it .t. Vattlnii tl.miltnn srilfi
our political opponents . if ,, vi lhi, city freouenliT
aro btoken up and broueht to iuit.ee. a 8lla" constitute themselves judges of their 0D hi bus iness tours, and by economy
anost bloody fight will occur. 'neighbors' loyalty, ",and Major GaUl and bard work became tho possessor of a
!.. ... .1 1 . lil I la nt nf cirniinil. a linutn. anil a larnn
meir manuaie, 1 -.'
canal ooai, nuicn cuoniamiy pucu iwiwouii
this city and bis borne bn the Juniata.
About twenty yearaago.be went home
from Philadelphia, sold bis lot and house,
sacrificed bis canal boat, and left for Illi
nois. He settled about tea miles from
the Mississippi river, ana soon became a
KaVa'yoWg gfr. about two years old,
whom he raised and educated. - This girl
is the original or the photograph referred
to and she is not the daughter of the cou
ple wilh whom she resides.
From conversations which sho has o
verheard between her rsrutecl parents.
she has found out they are not her father
and mother, and that the is not related
lo them, or if so, not in tho near kinship
which they claim. She lias often desired
to rot urn to Philadelphia in the hope of
ascertaining her purents. hut her preten
ded patents has opposed ber dan wilh
bitter vehemence. M10 must have been
stolen when a chilli of two years, and is
now a good-looking, healthy woman of!
tnenly-two, unmuiried and intelligent, a1
fit Subject for a romance. Her hair is cur-'
ly, and her eyes of a deep nut brown. Her j
parents may be living, and the memories
of the happy days of the daughter's inf in-'
nv mv Via rrnliil liv lhi ti.imri.ni.li W
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ot uisnbiu y or di.qualihcation for Stale, hope it will bo circulated and commented
service, j-.ach board must take in own- hy our readers, luat ir tho true parent of
exemptions, determining from all the ih rirl am livinv iL mi m.inra U,r
srouna. aii'i was circumsiance. 01 earn particular case .inn nhi.r in il,.m ti.. t.imin.r.ii
t-;i- . .. ... ik. . ...1 ! . t " . . . 1
...... ... uu nnj lliu lYUUlU, nuCD 110 1 " f"l "-y-'
Jow, except as lo the killing of the shall attempt to execute
two men named abore, there is scarcely a why, all we have lo say now is, lhat that
single word of truth insbe above. We " bark Aiy " for our country is nearer at
bare made every effort to get at the facts, hand than we had anticipated.
and while there are different stories in 1
cliculalion we believe lhe main facta iul 'That's Right The Clarion Dfmefrai
the following statement may be relied up-!001'0" ,lie fict thaththrooel ecn i on jo f-
tue soiaiers ero stationeu si l umps- v" "ji were inuictou, iriea, convicicu
burg, ia Centre county On Tuesday and sentenced lo pay a Gneof f50 each
night, the 13ih instant, there was a party ff receiving illegal votes at tho late Pres
at the bouse of Thomas Adams, in Knox itleatial election. They were all AIkiII
township, Clearfield county some 12 or, tionists, and the only board iu tba coun
13 miles from 1 hilipsburg, and about tho l which the Abolitionists controlled,
same distance fiom Oceols. This party H i in this manner lhat the defeat of
is .aid to have been given by Adurus to a Ienocr"cy is fceing explained-brolber-in-Iaw,
who had jusi returned !
from the war will, an honorable discharge ' , J "?T t"i S K""I"'71I.n,P.'c
At,.,, q t.u ,t , b,J tor General Todd has given the fo owing
About 3 o clock on the morning of the opinions in answer to inquiries made to
Ilth, a military officer presented himself him-t
at the door where the nnrtv was eniovinc1 1. Are those who hold exemption cer-
themsolvcs, and demanded a surrender tifl(aies from United Statos boards exempt
.v.. .u , . . under the Slate law ?
The certificate of exemption for men
tal or physical disability given by lhe phyg
iciun of an enrolling board oT the United
State, should not be received a. evidence
staling that they were surrounded, !fcc.
Adams immediately ran up stairs and fir
ed from lhe loft, (the house Icing but a
lory and a half) killing one of the sol
diers. Ha then escaped from, the other
cud of tho building, on to the roof of a
hare at all times been in vigorous opera
tion, lie will be buried this afternoon at
2 o'clock, and a large number of distin
guished friends will pay him the last sad
marks of respect. Wash. Jiep., fee. 12.
Uapi.t Isjvsed Dr. Isaacs ,. Coffman,
of Phoenixville was badly injured An
Wednesday lust while r-.ssini! alone the
Stale Road near Klijih Stewarts residence.
Tho strap which held the swinlutroo lo I
thesulky in which he was riding, gave way,
lotting the shafts fall to the ground from
which the horse took fright and started
to run throwing the Doctor out, disloca
ting his shoulder, spraining his ankle, and
bruisins him considerably about the face ;
be was found by Mr. James C. Robinson,
shortly after the accident, in a senseless
condition, and brought by him to his resi
dence where his injuries were cared for
and we are pleased to announce that lis
is now recording rapidly. Weekly rha
"9fARKIf-:i -On theTiih lnitant. bv TV.
lliatt. Kin.. Mr. Jum ('. lt.iu. Cmn.,!, ,.r'
Lawrence township, Cleartsld county, Pa., to
Mis LyriKOA T. 'inAiua, formerly of Bradford
township, Clearfield county, l'a., now residing in
Richland townrhip, Tama county, lown.
northS.J doprecs catt 23 jierohes to a hickory,
thence north 12 du;:3s w-t 27 porches to a post,
thence 37 dogrees e&st 32 perches to sfonei,
tbenos north 40 doereeswest lOi perches to bo-
ginning, containing 84 aeres and the muni allow
ance, with a two -story frame . white dwelling
bouie, barn and other outbuildings eroded there
on. &iied, taken in execution, and to lolJ at
tbs property of Frederick Ilolloi eter.
DeoW-tQ KD W AKD l'KKKS, Sheriff.
' LEATHER ! LEATHEH! '
N assortment Tor sale is Clearfield, hy
MKKKELL A BIGLKR.
dissolution of rurlncrsliip.
rgVIK partnership heretofore existing between
X the subscribers in the banking, btuiuiis as
Leonard, Kiuncy A Co., is this day dissolved by
Tho books, papers, and smelt are loft in the
hands of James T. Leonard, at tho office of the
firm, and all claims due to and by the firm will
be soitlod by him. All overdue peper must bo
JAMKS T. LEONARD,
W. A. WALLACE,
The business will be continued by J nines T.
Leonard as Leonard A Co. dee 2 1 -1 6 1 . J
OtSlI KK'S NOTICIC-Nntico ishorohy
given that the folluwing aocountj have been
examined ami passed by me, and remain lili-d of
record in this office for the inspection of heirs,
legatesi, creditor!, and all others in any way
interested, and will be presonted to tho next
Orphans' Court or Clearfield cunnty, to be held
at the Court Jlmse i.i the borough or Clearfield,
commencing on tho 2nd Mondiiy of January,
1884, for confirmation and allowance.
1. Final aoeount of Jubn Rornbnugh, a-linin il
trator, and Mary Burgunder, administratrix of all
and singular. Hi goods and chattels, lights an
credits, which wero of John Burunder, lato of
Burniide tp., Clearfield county, deceased.
2. Vinal account of Elias Kishel, administrator
of all and singular, the goods and chattels, rights
and credits, which wore of Philip Krinor, late ol
Brady township, ClearQffld county, deceased.
I. Final account of Valentine Flegul. surviv
ing adminiatraiii. "r r-iJ s.-lra..i, Ju :eFil.
. final aucouut of tyrenius Howe, a'lmtuis-
trator, and .Mary Sineal, adiuinistratrix uf all und
singular, the goods and chattels, rights and cred
its, whioh weio of Peter Smral, iatcor O.cotu
township, Clearfield count;, deceased.
4. Final account of Mary Lydick, administra
trix or all aud singular.lho goods and chattels,
rights and crediti which were or John Lydick,
late of towushlp, Clearfield county, deo'd.
8. The account of Win, Iloorer, administrator
of Jihn Sbiriy, late of Bradford tuwuship, Clear
field county, decca.ed.
. 7. The account or Kmeline Owens, administra
trix, and Anthony llile, administrator, or all and
singular, the goods and chattels, rights and cred
its, which were o( Thomas Owens, late or Pike
township, Ck-sroeld county, deceaed.
r-. lhe account of John H. Sevldr. Uuar.lian nf
Recoaria-Samuel Kirk, 8t,.,Hr i
Bell-lUbert M.haOsy "tC"M.-
samuei nuunon. i
Bradford-llobort Liine,tna J I
Brady-John Brook., Ell.ta!. n ltl
bltsr. Ocorg. PeMx. U u u!SC
Burnsid.. Honry Eiienhow8r, j .
Che.t-Juhatkan Fry, Pi, m, S"-Clearfiold-llenrv
Sione. il .
Whltehi:i, Prank ShorL
Curwemville-Wm. Bard, Win U,..,
Corington ".Vm. Sohnarn, JoabSti
Dccatur-Elijah Re,.,. '"M8k
Ferguson John Rowlei,DaldlL.i
Qosheo Jacob Flegal,
Orabam X. M. Leonard. Jni.. w .
II. 8teward. ' ",!
Jordan David M'Oeehaa. ' ".. '
Lawrenoo Robert Porter, Willis
Jamea Dougherty,-Daniel Welch, lai
John J. Reed.
. Lumber City Tien ry Dst'.i, - .
Pike James A. Bloom, 0. B Cnto-a
Woodward -ll'nry J. C.gau.jS
'Bcccar'u Janu H, ItejEaiiT. -
Bell J. Davidson, Enuvh WeUtt
Bradford-Eiwin IVi'.liaiai. Wu. R ? j
bo .Vuirtv, Uac WiW
hael Brn, Adaa MiM',
Roland, L. 1. nin.
Edward W. Uraham,
Covington C'liriiiaa Erswo. ,
Decalnr Henry Post,
liirard Alsnndor Irwin. . "
Goshen Rubort 0. Sbaw. .'
Urahain Jonr.s Munce,
(iulich Win. B. M'hitcsidei.
Jorian Lavfayotte Blooj, HirsaSnt,
Kartbam Thomas Michaels.
Lumber t.'ity Anthony llile.
Morii--Holie.-l Djutierty, 0or Bu
Penn -Patrick McMahan, Jatnti
1'lfce J. KOIS IIIiiOid.
Tiilon Joseph :;cofialJ. '
Wiodwsrd John Howies.
fjIIERE will he exposed to PuMic Sklmi
JL pieniifes of tiie un-Jersigned in Bojji trj.
on the 28th itist. 2 hors.-., com, I si,
pair of twin sleds, 1 pair of liv-ls;ldm, UM
riirced for ono or tw i horses, 1 spring tin hd
hor.e rake, plow.-, burrows, cuitiriiun, Am,
plow, 1 threshing-machine, I wini.onll,lnii
box, 1 wheel barrow, iu'm, furks ami rb.r.a,
eidcr-nii I, 1 prniii ira.lle, ni'ininjpTtil
.caps of lees, 3 sillies, lour I ttul harm. I
st'.vo!, Ouo glai-s uiiphoird, I diniiij ini sj
bre.ikro-1 tublo, I spinning-wheel, 1 uui, M
steads, and a large copper kUl, an;
Other arllclrs too nuuiCMiH ki nsntlos.
Uo i-3t. WILLIAM W1U0J.
1 Conaolly, JtaM (
a, Joha a. limn, jj
rTiopvrTt.s o? vul. in lsi5.
was nrrlor.il , l,.i. r..:i:- . ,i exemption.
.. o Are those who paid commutation lo
nve or six shots wero brea at him, only tho United States, or furuishod subsli
one of which, however look effent. These tutes, exempt?
were tho only shots fired. The rest of nctten owes allegiance, and
tho men-18 or 13 in all-surrendered T VZT. f '
now on exhibition in a store window
ChestDut street. Age.
These eienluies have of late years
become decidedly impudent and overbear-
Phil'a, Deo. 11,1961.
II. H. SHILLING FORD.
shed, and thence to tho
& CI.EAlll'lEI.I) HAIIi-
R9A1) COMPANY. The annual meetinir of
i mo cxocknoiaeri win be held at tin cilice or the
( Pennsylvania Railroad Company, on Monday,
Nkoro Inri'PK!ri. There is Dot a pas- January 9lh, 1884, for tho purpose of electing
:so.i:er railwav eonducter ImjI who will lv Directori to serve the ensuing year, and
fired. The rest of 1'''C"!en owes allegiance, and ainto that ofall the trouble and annov- ,he ranoilnn of such other business as may
..iiretpience, service 10 ooin fltate and Bnro. , -i.i, ,in :. s11i,j--,.h In .!, j:.'ome oeior. too meeting
without a atranlo. were lm,l in,i yS'.llrL. more
ww r -. . . w . v jivjiii r-1 in:n iiiiiier i iif nrni' u rmi rsr i tin ... .. .
marched offlo Philin.hura. k0,.i ... a,-., nf rwr-c. r... " i, i " . ri'?.,",B.ult3Lr,ll i' negro man ail else com
, . ciumng tillllllg jjjrjp.l
vuivera were lying upon a Dureau in ano- 1 l"" """nai rorces, noes not relieves
iher part or tho house, but theii owner. '" ' ' """rrvVB , ,ing and a certain class seem to watch
could not, o? did not attempt to, reach t " S nigger like,
lhem. Adam, used a musket, loaded' f 1 ear occupied by
with buckshot After ,h. surrender, a J. won, there be a irT AStUTS!
Ihorough search wa. maJ of the pr.mi- ,eii,1D howl 8el UP nbout " f d ' ,incesire0 oVtL ereasv-lo-okin
itederick Bents, minor child or John i'enu, lato
or Brady township, decea.cd.
9, The account of James A Catnpbell.a bninis
trator of all and singular, the gomlj and chuUuls,
rights and credits, which were or George Young,
lato of Hell township, doeeased. .
10. Hi final aeceant uf A. C, Tj(o, Guardian
uf Karah June lies, minor heir of Abraham
Hen, late or Roggi town.'hip, deceased.
Register's Office. . X. U. BAllti ER,
Dee. 4-to. Uegrster."
couirrl'KoijL a mati on.'" .
The OSil Guard,
A MONTHLY JOllt.VAL,
1ITERATUEE, SCIENCE ASD ill,
A X D i
The Political Principles of Ii:Ca4ra;
C. Chavncrt lit nr., Et;;os.
I defend the principles of UnveriMitihl
guided wir fathers the K-uiidstioi ( III k
public. The spirit ond i jctrino uT the ntbv
i vo'umes will be fulW ir.r.aiUiotd in tbs tbirirw
unio. n o Uort iw comiTuiats ;s toiw.t a
error no parley l. :u;i!,g iv;t!) d.-'iitiiii Is-
mojracy will ho Iroited, nit ai a varjiaj fclifj
or cunning ethos seekers and sp-im-amim,
father us an a1 idintr prin?ip!, of pslifcil ttn
my and ol popular libc.-ty. All itiM'
this revolutionizing, A'o'.itio war, eill bW
as the eueiuiut of tae Bumx-rict. niiluii
knowle.Ke no ..rauiziUon b Imw-;
which does not honestly ouuuciits soppo"
th principles of the Kentu-ky std VirrJw
Resolution! of 17SI, and the Dred Scott deeiski
of the Supreme Court the oue mmiUJi"
feuvai;ri(;irr end the other nstts oiriu-
hoiii.ud diKtritiii fteW
1CENSE NOTICE Tbs following named
persons have filed in the office ol the Clerk
or the Court or Quarter Session! of Clearfield Co.,
Iheir Petition! and Bonds fur License at the
sea, but beside some ten revolvers, and Cnicr-.T black, cot into the Lombard and Soul Ii
three or four guns, we heard of nothing rxnr. Washinqton Dec. 15th in ',lret'1 car'' 1,ie contl,lclor M Bn "he1
ofawarlino character being discovered. , 'JP; Conrt of the United Stales h"00", l,1henV V"y l"' informed
,i- .- , ''UOMreu' today, Judge Wayne announced to tho them that they must either take places
Duftng tin, time the door had been ,,r ut ,luf bflnk , Vase. frora Ve!v on ,he fr0,,t I'lalfo, m or ' i
Lept closed, lasting pei haps on hour ami York would bo called for argument im- "li,!y- '' bey refusedto do either. Three
a half, when Mr.. Adam. wa. the fir.t to mediately after the argjmenl of the case t0 one was ,0 wany r,J of course the'
go out, and was tho first todisoovcr the flom lho court.r. : .involving the ,cr" 1 uf r V l'O'"- "e however:
dead bodv of ber huaUnd nl.nni inn f..i u0',',0" "'jurwniriion, which is fixed for T. , '
rt T II I'll r.vnl ir,. oiMT-t-t tin- ti iTu rreserva thi to
--------- ...in. i.imiLL tii.i., lies-1 . fi.tm
ident Judire of lhe Cnurt i.f Ci.mmnn Pi... .eralic party was or raniio 1 by the re.-J iw
of tho twenty fifth Judicial District, composed oft 0,'lhu 'ederl (Jove, nuiuut, and it remwjw
the counlios or Clearfield , Centre nnd Clinton i to llicm duttn the fatal and difhosoj
and the Hon. JAMES BLOOM and Hon. JNO.D. lllreut ,htt eommencement of urn war.
THOMPSON. Associate Judgei of Cleartield co. : 1 c'" is o o.-gnn of Uesiocrsey s!
hav issued thoir precept, to me directed, for the ! fur llli cowardly surrender of princif"
holding of a Court or Common Picas, Orphan' 1 u n'u,t h a8'lin MuTt il can ,e,5eB'f'
Court, Court ol Quarter Bcs.-ions, Court or Oyor,ry flom l!"""1" f h!lion a 'fV
and Terminer, and Court or General Jail Delivery,!'11 be eulargcd to double its formwn"-'
at tho Court Houo at Clcarfiold, Iu and fir th is 10 forty-eight puges-for the purpoii "
county of Clearfield, on the ' U in nil respo' ii, sito atylo ani awi
.ScW JWay (OM day) cfj.uy, 1365. j"'"
NOTICE IS, thcrorure hereby given, to the ' will be au Original Novel of great t,,'ut
r.irnni- .i.,.i;... r,t a, i..... ' j ii.. . .... i... ii. urn Emu
January session, next, .gr.eablv to th. Aet of uTrr rur,"?: . L'u " T"'L5 .i" .a ".me . .isfsM
, J v.iiii iirni, i s I'ui in n III W II IV III WV puuiii'iuu as . m .- ,
iTie!r proper persons, wun their Bo!!.-, Records, j with the number lor January. ,
Inquisitions, Examinations, and other Remain-, While tlic..Mugaiine will bo duubll
brances, to do those things which to thoir Offices, s:ie,on!y fifty cents will be odJec" to U' fj"
and in their behalf, peruin to le done. 'subscription. To enable the TiitbliJi".w
GIVEN under my band at Clearfield, this 5th this enlargement without lo-s tuofntntUS'
day of December In the yciirt.f our Lord one bo left su-. except orhiins tccasur.siij.
uioiai-ara caino ninnif ami mo mm ...m.
M a nauil Irti.b r,na1lu . I.a '
.viv.... .i,,j ing j.uui'B were
found, and tho three blacks were hustled
into the street without much ceremony.
I hey wero arraign ed before Alderman
Morrow and cominined to prision.- Age.
'luuui ich ieei llln ft,.., t- .(. f .',. .
a 1 J I ...... m m v. .,.., vl VHIIUni V llf AI,
from the door. . j The Supreme Court chamber ws filled
lhe only per.ou injured, beside, the tjro ' this morning with ladies and gcnllemen,
who were killed, was a sou of JobnM 10 ",ilne" the ceremony of Chief-Justice
Chase, whose loyalty," we presuuw, wiil Uh""k"' 'lia 6?ft- At a Tew minute
------ -i .UD,,u,,wB, llie coming or the justices, who, a. is cus- "
it i. supposod, mUtook him for the person tomary, appeared in their robe, of ollice.' Wialtii to OovrRN. The New York
who fired the .hot that killed the soldier Ju,ti
ue Wyne walked in front of hi. niso-' rimes, having probably read that "niOD"V
and gave bim a .evero blow acres. ihe:f,s5?J J!jM"?d.bJ flhe.cbicH"- i. powers concludes that wealth must
.eowiththobult-endofapsitol. heLfler govern . l.i.yt,
Wbo were the men arresteJ wo have . the chief justice himself read the oath of "The properly of tho wealthy should
not heard, except that there was vol a sin-' office written copy oftwhlrh bad been not be Toled away by, or ho in anyway
git citL-en Knox Unr.ship among Mem. A i Bii'1 , WX ne. Mr. under the control of, the laboring classes,
man r..mj T.t. b a u ..i w lMl?dlfton. the clerk or the court, read and the right of aullrago should be rega
maa nanwd Jacob Rood, who,e "loyalty"., nd recorded the commission. All the laled betwier. the rich and the poor ac
t. aboro suspicion, artfl ono or two other Justices being seated, the court proceeded cording to their wealth.""
citizen of Woodwurd township, were' ,0 bnainew. i This will afford peasant reflection lo
, . ,. " . i the poorer tuemben of the Shoddy party
Thhor5e.,carriages,liqrjor..Ae..bBlonrf.li. ' ...... .. ... .. .l .
in.Mii,. ..i.hli.iim.nt r f ,""'. wuu Toieu a. mo eioouoo io lu.iain or-
nwong th eiftiif cs. The rest of the) par
ty were cilteen. of adjoining oountie.
Whether they were " bounty-jutuper.,"or
" deserter.." or escaped conscripts, or cit-
hena purulr.g their lawful calling, it, aro
have been sold at auction. The price of "n,nd politician, or the Timet stripe.
I the wines ranccd frcm thirty to fori I
i dollars per dozen, and the brandies at .ev-' Kxplobiojc or Powder. Mills. Wilming-
.1 II .1 ' r . . i I. . a I - 1PL Irtrt 1 I . T 1 I'. LV . . r . 1 . -1 1 , 1 1
..i, . n; .. .. . uuuar ami hut ceuie per uomw. inis "ti . iti, on pi ius mini id iuo
m. Hw. tuey wcreait raarcaeaioi.pofcUio,, cf lii(,ri.01,er,. infJicA,e, thRt jiagley yard of Duponfa powder nilla,
ihilipbburg on Wevlncitar, and we pro- Lord Lyons will not soon return to this "faf lhli citr. exploded this morning,
eume, have aioce been sent eastward. icountty, ifat all. . , killing ten men vand wounding several
AI,t. thn.n,,. ...jn . . 1 : joiueis. i no explosion wa. the most .er
-rpnUji onntint.M to howl against lous one that has taken pjaca here for lev-
; , :,...),. :. o i --"r-drai lion. era) vearc. -
Assembly, entitled " an Act to regulate th lalo
or Into Hosting Liquors, " 4o.
Thomai Robinson, Lumber Cily,
David Whitmer, Lumber City.
John Muleon, Covington township.
Bcnj. Enyder, do do
Mrs. Isaae Bloom, Curwemvills borough.
Jamea llloota, Bloom township.
Frederic Korh, Luthenburg.
Milo lloyt, Osceola.
Peter Bloom, Ansonvill.
John Robson, Glen Hop.
J. If. Reed, Woodward township.
G. N. Colburn, Clearfield borough.
attiRWANTILK LIQUOR LK'KNSS.
A. Letonte, Girard township.
D. F. ETZ '.VILER,
dee 2 !-. Prolhor-otan,
tbousand eight hundred and slxtv-futir.
HRIAL LIST for Jatinsry Term, 1361.
i 8. Pebring
i Chase .
i Lso A Campbell
BLACKSAI ITI 1 1'NCi XKW TIKM. :
f)sMOKi: & HTvxtiK REsrr.cr-i noic
1 fully announce to their numoroui (riends and Hirtshorn
lo the j ublio generally, that they bav catered Hugenot
Into co-partnership In th above business, in th Campbell
shop heretofore occupied by tho senior nartner ' Bloom
! inejh bsrough or Clearfield. t ' j Graham
aii sons 01 won in meir line will be dispatch- onaw
ed on th shortest notice, and in tb most work-' Lamborn
manlike manner, and upon terms to suit tb Fulkenon ,
times. Fpecial attention will k paid to hcss- Irvin
Shoriko. Ia faet, everything Connected with th Knarr
craft from a common nail to a fin edged double Thompson
bitted chopping-ate, will bemad to order, ci- Eliza Irvin
tber for Cash or approved Couuiry Produce. Johnston
4TGIv thsm i call. i Mo.Murray'a E'n
0. C. PAPSMORE. Korahaugh
Dae. 14, isai-'y. WM. BTEVS.
Pantio i Smith.
Canfield A Rad-r
TenEyck A Th'n
Lonn'd A Rodk'y
! . t i;
Oi. n.,rr aha
j Seven oopios one year, in J on to l"1 1
ciHit-r un of thu Club. '
Twenty cpioj ouo year, auioce loll' )!
gutter up ot the i..nn, ' H
Pins Iu copies sent, post-paid, for
v....... i...-..:..i.- :- ..i....... and ISS f
i-ium i il i .11 in i'i j in milium ,, - ij,
sin will bo stonpod when. the tiuo P1(l
I A i Tub Ohd Gcarp is itereotypeJ,
ben and voluinos enri always be furBisM
, All Ietteri should bo addressed as folio"'
; No. 1C2, Na5S.su St., J5t-
- - - - : . o.tj'
Ri:li xo rici:.-Th Bom
for the counter Clearfield, will mse""'
Cominissioners' office, on Wednesday sna
I dav, the 23th aud 28lh days of DccernM'.
The Board hav directed that a I '
cants must appear before Iho BoarJ MJPJi(!,
I their aworn statcmont detailing nam 01 , (k,
I regiment and company) v,hcn en "'y
Duraberof children, with ago nnl ,sc,d !
. the township in which they resided at , ".lW
enlistment, and tboir present residence . su
pne is witnoui lue mcnnioi n -
AGRICULTURAL MEETING-Th aonaal
meeting or th Clearlsld County Agricultu-
election of oaors for th coming year will tak th Ita day of January, A. D
BW I. a tle .Am n J .
mo ia vTiiiiuut iur uivtiii- i i . . .
and children, who arc dependent upoa jj.
I Two witnesses or credibility, froia the v
i In which she resides, must also be rro
i nhnc. d.HificiiM. sworn to before the
....".v , i,iUBr-
st fopth thai the applicant is tue P"v" " fth
m.cni. bnrsiilf t be: that the etatetnmeni ,
s rn.T,i.,,u.m... h.. ... '" "lo "i i"""- -
Aw. a .imivhjm undorsigncd resents hersolf t be; that the stain""--
Auditor, appointed in open Court to die- nouiber and ago or her family l'at V " iiT ta
tribut moneva In tb Imrnt. i R v ir..,ia , ,.nn and her IS"'''
n "i ",a"D',,rtor 01 th f Lyman Miles, 'c.ual T.M , and Ib.T.ll th. fast. Kite T
Clearfield, on Monday vening, tb Sth dav of ceased, civea nntic. ih. tin,. ..ia .,,j:i .,...,'. , .j i,. . .w.
January, 1884, wher. all p.rsons InUre.tad. in ing b.n continued by tb. Court) that h will 'FoWenatainl
th. e.us. of agricultar., and In tk. furth.r.n. attend to th duties of ..id annoin.m.nt ai hi. "7.. .,. .Jrf the Board of Rl"f'"
oei of this 8olty, ir inviUd to atteni, a th offlc. in th borouaU of Clearfield, on Saturday .ni..!n. I. made and tb witnessel apP";.
. I b . i . . . - ' I . . n I I ' HI. W
ivu,, vvinvuu luv Aflr. ilU. lout. "
plae. By order of th President,
L. F. IKWIN,
Pee. 11-Jt. ( -Pecretary.
uouri oi iu a. m. ana p. m.
m- WM. M. MeCrLLOUOH.
D. 14, t. Auditor.
s ' I of