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u.ici of firbscrlptluii, Advertising and
fen, in nrfwmrr,
l mi ill trilhi
llit year, 2 60
if 'mil limit kittin iht year, 3 01)
fin ( rti 1st vfplu In Iht pnttul vul.
."'' p'id"r til or lijore Juii'ry evurl, 1865.
ijmrt' and IVrV noti'cej rack t timt; $2 50
friitori KofiV, rauA, - J 60
(''"' '''r'y '". 3 fi'nie, . 1 io
plahliun n(iVr, cucA,3 rimes, . - J 00
lint; If 3 met, or fete, J au
'V ear utmroNml iWrdoN, - . 50
QKeial aartrtitxmj, jut tarn tqtlart of 10 1 . ,ft
,j; finss, or 3 timr; or us, 1
-forme itinicqiiem insertion,
pnJtiomil Curd, 1 yeur, ' . .
Loeil nolier: per Hut, .
Jliinury (K'iVet, oirr i fines, per lino,
)ary noVrrr7t'ttyt I y nut's,
rfo do 2 do .
Wo do t do
Tmrly adrttliriny, J cofiimn,
J . .
M 1 . .
glaiii; tingU quirt,
do 3 qdirt; ptf qir,s .
,d 6 autre, tier orn'rs,
- 5 (10
' 2 00
' 1 60
' 2 50
y ovtri qmn,pr quirt, (.
lladbill;'i 4ee(, 25, or Uh,
do i thrtl, 25, or left,
do J tktel, 25, or Itn,
do' . vkols ihctt, 25. or ,
fOver 25 of each of above.at proportionate rate',
. fiO-1'b above rate were agreed upon by the
Undersigned, on tha 3d. day ot. December, 18AI,
and wii be eirtlv adhered to during the present
bigb price of all kind ul printing material!.
D. W. MOORE,
rublishor of the "Clearfield Jirpuldican."
S. J. ROW,
Publisher f the "Raff man Journal.
Tyrone & Clearfield lUllroad Tlmc-Table
Train leave Tyroce at 8:55 A. M.
'. arrive at Phillpsburg at 11 A. M.
Train learea Phillpsburg at 1:55 P. M.
" arrives at Tyrone at 5:65 P.M.
Cc9Scrmtor Wallace, and Representa
tive Dover, have our thanki for various
Soldier Shot. We learn that a loldior,
named Jamea Cut ter, belonging to Co. G,
16tU IJcg't. V. Jl. C, now alationed at
riiilil'tburg, was fatally wounded whilo
lying in Iris bunk ou last Kiidiiy nig!it, liy
(be accidental discharge of a j.islol in the
hnudaofn conwulo. II o died the next
day. when 1 is remains were r-etit to Ohio.
We alto learn of the death of another
loldier (Trivale Detio) of the tame com
pany, on Fi id.ty hut, from natural entires.
Jj-Another supplementary draft, to
make up ilio deficiency in the quota (or
the last iod.COO men called for by Iho
President,' (-ok place in the Blair and
JJpnting'Iori dinlrict pn the 25th January.
To our ce rtain knowledge this is the third
or fourth rupplemeotary draft thajt has
been made, at least so far at some of the
counties in that district are concerned.
In Clearfield. .Jinwever, but one drnft wai
made, and the ronrcripla nat all reporting
just at in' other counties forthwith
' par" was declared, aud the troops sent.
Rivers or Blood. The circulation in
theeyntpin is not unlike the flow of riv-
erit to the fea, wlncli move smoothly until
lliey are clogged or obstructed, hut when
drift wood or alluvial deposit dams them
up, then comes the tearing devastation
that follows the nbstrualton of a (oico
which cannot le stayed. 80 the blood
circulates imensiblr through the system
until it beoomes clogged by disease ; then
111rA the ulcers, sores and disorders which
follow that condition. Take Ayer's Sar
i raparilla and put ify your blood, to save
yourself from the floods, freshets and de
(ages which weep unnumbered muki
ludes but upon that shoreless soa which
swallows all mankind. Lamratttr (Ta)
llegisler. . ' '
A- ngro lawyer one of Senator
Sumner's peff was, the other day, on
motion of that fanatic,, admitted to prac
tice in tilt) .Supreme Court of the United
fiTEAil (SAW-MIMi MACIIINKRY
: Ef)R SALE.
COSSI6TISO OF ONE BOILER, 24 FEET
long, and 3 feet diameter, having two re
turn Uses-of '16 inches diameter each, with 75
"feet of iron smoke-pipe, safety-valve and all arch
irons complete. Engine for the samo la two feet
stroke and twelve inchos bore, with governor,
fump, steato conneeting pipes, with requisite
jlobe and governor valvea and hoator. All the
ebafting arrd pulleya requWu for driving a large
circular aaw mill. Edger aud jack-wheol tor
hauling in Itgs re attad. .
One othor boiler with ssioke-pika, arch trens,
and tlher attachmtnts, samo as above, set io
separate arcb. Having with It an engine of 16
inches stroks and ten Inches diameter, used Tor
propolling a faoi: gate to which It is attached.
One 68 toon circular saw, two smaller do., for
edger aid cross-cut do., for sowing off boards
nd slabs. All the bolting connected with the
works, five log and board oars, abMit 1000 feet of
Hat railroad. Iron. H wide by Inch thiek, to
aether with all the tools in use about the mill.
Th engines, boilors and machinery are In per
fect order, under one rcof, and oonstitula oe
complete mill." They are each set up separaiely,
and can be conveaiently disconnected, or sold
together, as may be deslrjd by the purchsaer.
Irons for a water-mill, Including aa iron water
wheel on a wrought-iron shaft, no longer to e,
are likewise offered for sale cheap.
The mill s atranville, Bradford county, Ta.,
,.n miles from the station on tho Will amsport
ail Elmira railroad, is now in operation, and
ill eontlnus running until the middle of Janua
rr, inat., when tho logs aad timber will becomo
.exhausted, and the machinery then hold forsalo,
deliverable at any time thereafter. .
Likewise an engine and boiler of 20-horsc pow
er, and sn engine of tho same capacity, without
'.boiler, both in perfect order and ready loriwiuo
diato delivery at this place.
Price of the first named engine and boiler, wi th
It. connection., in,:Mig abaft ng nJ
asw-mlll, $3500. The other engine, with boiler,
its connections and f nog gate, 'c"
of the machinery and fixturea with " '.
Elmira, and water mill Irene, will be sold st rates
to make It an object to buy. .,:.r-.
Terms orealo will bo mado easy, with satisfac
tory papor on Interest. , ....
SiTFurthwrnrticulars may beobtained by let
.tefon addressing the subseriher, at-h in ra, K. X.
jan.U-'66 tf WM. li',ilH
. VURWEXSV1LLE, rA.
MH ISAAC II I.tHf, Proprietress, res
Dectfully informs ber numerous friends,
tbeCvel.U r-blic, that ah. stJI occupie,
the above well koowa sUi.aratid that they will
alw.yifiad her bona homeOf-gomfort.ac1uoay
ad eoaveolence. 'fitr Chsrgejn derats.
jao23, 6in. I'd - LEAH BL03J1-
RV CloITu Ati EXPENDITURES
of Cloarfleld ceunty for A. D. 184.
.V; .h! r1""' T?"w' r Clearfield ooun.
tj In the Cummonwoalth of TennsTlraiila In .
AUn Str. ""fT of i'aaua'V,
A. D. 18C1, untd th. 0th day f January
To "'n,ount, reo'J t'm colleetors fur UR',
104 and previous yean, u ffis 01
To am t reo'd from urueatod lanJj fjr '
, ISfla and,18, . 4 800 50
To ain't reo'd from collectors on Stale, 4 147 57
To am t reo'd from unseated on Slato,, 2.'4J to
lo am t rco d from eotuuiiMionr' book, 2,032 78
' . . CR. 1
l'7 olection expenics, $2,599 49
Uy BMefiors' wages, 881 45
Lyjurora' wages, Jjsj 81
liy foxes and wild cats, 172 87
lly Intcroet nrdcra, isso 7a
Uy intereat on orders, 374 17
By commonwealth costs, 4C 21
lly contitubltV cotts, 213 28
lly ootmu'iisioiier' wagei, 1I5J 65
By ProthonoUry'i fees, 553 ti
By ngrleultural apprcprialion, 100 00
lly coal and wood, 145 08
By clerk'i wages, . 377 go
By repairs for county, 100 80
lly jutticei' conti, 37 n
lly now books for oounty, 485 hi
By pontage, ttalionery and
eipref, fiu 93
By meruhandlae, . 73 as
By printing, . 2fll 25
By jailor's fees, 25 73
By bridge contracts, 878 61
By court crier, . , 66 00
By jnnitor's fees, 40 f 0 1
By ahoriff'i fees, ' 100 00
By Inquests, 72 14
liy auditors and elark, IK i Oil
By ditrlct attorney's fce, 143 Oil
By refund, g 6j
By auditing protbonolary and
register's accounts, 10 00
By miscellaneous, Sag 50
By eommiiitioneri to view now
township lines, u 00
Ey counsel fees, 100 00
Uy roaj views, 141 00
By lithograph orders, 452 00
B? Court-house bond, 3,000 00
" " int. 1,155 00
By am t of State tax paid, 8,005 47
By percontnge to oollfotari, 709 43
By eioneratione to collootnrs, 501 23
Hy Tr's pere't'ge paying out, 407 4
n ' 1.", a receiving, 438 A5
By bal due Tr. at last soflm't, - 4 71
By balance due eountjr by Tr. 17 70
$29,243 36 $29,213 30
Jlnunty Fund of &-)lcmbcr. A, V.
C. KraUer, Eq., Treasurer of Clearfield coun
ty in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in ac
count with Bounty Fund of Sopteiubor, 1862
To am't ree'd from eullccton Inclu
To am't roe'd from u"ieatod lands.
By bounty bonds, Sept.
A. IUSH7, $3,670 00
By intereat on bond, 273 4.1
By percentage to collectors, 325 62
By exonerations of ' 220 33
By Treasurer's porccnUga,
paying out. 173 54
By Treasurer's percentage,
receiving, 234 69
By ain't due Treasurer at
last settlement, 13 65
Bal. due fund by Treaa. 3,422 53
$11,383 73 $11,983 73
C. Kratter Y.n , Treaauror of Clearfield county
in account with Uetief Fund for A, D, 1361.
To am't ree'd from collectors, inclu
To nm't reo'd from ur,xatcd lands,
To am't reo'd from com'rs' book.
To am't due fund at la.t aetl'mt.
To am't ree'd from militia fines,
By o mount of relief orders re
deemed, $2,294 74
By amount of aertiucates
By amount of collectors'
2,513 60 .
By amount of solloctors'
By Treasurer's perc'nt'ge,
By Treaturer'e perc'nt'ge,
Bal. due fund bjr Trcas'r.
C.Kratier, Ksn., Treasurer of ClearGeld coun
ty, In account with bounty fund under Act ul At
soubly of 26th March, A. D. 1.861.
To am'trce'd from' collectors, inclu
ding percentage, . $(J,!3S 84
To am't ree'd from commission'
account book, 26,'M 60
By am't of bounty bonds
rodeeuird, $33,938 04
Dy am 'tof bounty certifi
cates redeemed, . 30,672 M
Byaiu'tofint on bonds, 5,201 92
By collectors' perc'nt'go, 1,387 41
Krni nerations, 3,749 94
By Troasurcr'a perc'to,
paying out, .
By Treasurer's perc'ge,
By Trossurer's perc'ge,
on cash reo'd,
Balance due fund,
$90,638 84 $90,638
5 o S"
ru-KS 2 r- i t S 2?
e2?-5.l5r2 ?cr r.
- - y
o c ;
o o -i - o o o
t4 ti cu -i ot cn o v 4. e
Am't of outstanding county order, $ 140 06
kjn'l of outstanding court nouso
Am't of itftsUndin court house
Ag'te due from collector on
Ag'ts duo from owner of .
unseated land, 3.TI4 46
Ag'ts due from Tr 'surer, 1 J JO
tpdebtedneis of aount), ll, nl
$15,210 0 $I5,210 06
Ami of buU'dg ex." bounty bonds,
Ag te am't duo from eel's
forlS4, 1 j 2() n
Ag'to am't due from un- '
seated lands, 23.21S 00
Ag te am't due from Tr. 14,620 04
iDdubtedaeai, 76,834 85
1 1 111,800 00 $119,800 00
C. Kratier, Eiq., Treseurer, in aeeoust with
lSMrnd'lOT P,fOMOadKUU,1 f"
To stu't due townships from
To am't received from unseat
ea lands, ISflJ and 1883,
Ami paid. Bal, dttt
SfiO 00 $ 83 II
B0 79 72 90
160 00 1 35
40 00 21 08
470 41 62 18
117 40 85 67
221 30 63 38
80 83 112 40
239 70 41 61
23 05 47 00
1 1 ox,
' 133 nfl
Morris,. ; .,
Dal due tp'i,
$9,012 93 $8,012 W
. &A00I FunJ.
1 C. Kratzer, Esq. , Treat uror, la account with
different townrhips for School Fund tor the yean
i 1862 and 1803.
$ 17 It
! Te bal. due tps, from last aetllem't
i To am't ree'd from unsoated lands,
TowiiWi'ji. Am'f paid.
jloecaria, $515 80
Bell, 431 17
Bogga, 103 31
Bloom, 151 77
Bradford, 19 21"-
Brady, 418 1.2
Burnsido, 361 82
Chest, 284 48
Covington, 69 19
Decatur, 413 08
Ferguson, 80 SO-
Fox, '.17 63
Oirard, 182 21
(ioshen, 1S7 48
lira ho in, 207 08
Uulich, 473 95
Huston, 4'."J 117
JorJai, 159 35
Kurtliaus, 111 (in
Knox, 441 20
Lawrence, 279 15
Morris, .S7 43
I'enn, 207 OS
l'ike, 156 22
Union, 258 09
Woodward, SIS 83
Bal. duelpa. 1,638 73
$ 13 04
1 1 62
$8,320 II $8,320 ll1
We, tho Cnuinii.isiouors of Clcnraeld counrv, in
the Commonwealth of I'ennsylvauia, having ex
amined the accuunls of C. Kralsor, Esq., Trt o Mi
rer of thu counly of Claurfield for tho year !18(4,
do certify that we find the account as follow :
Tba amount due the county, bv .Treasurer is
Sovonticn Dollars nnl Seventy Cents. ,
Tba Hiuouut outstanding due the ct unly,
Three thousand seven hundred snd twenty-three
Dollars and thirty-fire aents.
Tho amount of outstanding ordorn, Tifwen
Tbouaand Tro Kundrei and Forty Dolls rs wnd
Six Cent, of whieb Fourteen Thousand l'lre
HundroJ DoUars are is Court House Doir Is. '
The balance due Bounty Fund by tho Treasu
rer is Three Thousand Four Hundred and T ven-ty-Two
Dollar and Fifty-Eight Cents.
The balnneo due Holier Fund by the Ties mrcr
is Two Thousand Three Hundred audi l'urty
Eigbt Dollars and Eighty-Six Cent.
The balance due Extra Bounty Fund Is Four
teen Thousand Five Hundred snd Iwanty Dol
Urs and Four Cnls.
Witness our bands this 20th day of January,
A. P. U5.
T1IOS. DOUGH ERTj
Attest: CONRAD IJAKER,
W. S. Br ii.tr, Clerk.
We, the Auditors of ClearGeld county, Pa.,
having examioad Uie aeaouuts or V. li.rs.tser, hq.
Tieaciireraf Clearfield couuty for the ;year 1864,
do report that the accounts are aa abo re stated.
The amount du the Hood Fund by the Treas
urer is One Tbauaind rive Hundred and Forty
nino Dollars and Fifty-Three Cents.
The amount due Uie School Fund hj t'ae trea
surer is One Thousand Five Hundred and thirty
JtirM Itollar and rierenty-three Cents.
iViUieji out hands this 20th day of January,
A. D. 1865.
WiUM WOODWAKD, ) U
i F. COUTEKET, L
M. L.C. EVANS, J .
Feb. I. 18pC4.
Valuable Timber Land
rrivntc Sale :
rpilE awiacriUer offers to sell, at abargain, tl
tiUvniDg described valuable proper;
tj, lying on the Susquehanna Kiver, In U
Bell township, Clearfield eouoty, bounded on lue
aat by the rirer, on the south by lanfo of John
Sundcrlin, a ibe west by land of UenJ. Baird,
and on tit S"Wt by lands of J.F. Lee. containing
210 acrea of" kud, partly bottom and partly ridge
land, wiib alfty or sixty acres cleared, on which
(.here Is cnaeAed a good two-story dwelling-house,
m. lf?-lian and other outbuildings. The land la
9 well ealeulatod for either grain or bay, and lying
inmedLatela' on tho river, half way between Mo-
B Shea's ud Irvin's Mills 3 miles from each
.T . .7 . . . .,! m i. r -r
slUUUwn IS nw cilgiuiv iur .ui aiuu ui
.. Lln a vaail uiillieat nt the low -
inoium, mw." O - O " "
ir end of Uie tllaeo.
The uimproved land Is well covered with
' Vt'iite l'o and Oak Timber. There i also an
a ' abundance ol timber for miles back from the
A.VOT wmSft Must reaoa tn rivor i uia puiuk,
thore la a lufting Beach on this land sufijcMot
Aa ooeaawiodato thirty rafis.
... . . L . 1. . . . -. ,1.1-
tboixj is also aa abundance or Coal uncw tbe
ffujace, And if there is cool oil anywhere in the
-Ky f h Susquehanna, It will be found here.
tie flaw is well watered, and is well calcula
ted for tho raising of stock.
lt,v.!UiJ sold at a bargain. Tho title Is indis
putable., fVftc further information apply st this of
fice, snd for terms, 4c to the subscriber on tbe
premie. 1'. JI. S.VITII,
jnn. 26, 1865. Cuth P. 0.
BL A CKSM IT J I IN Ci N E W FIRM.
I)AM.MURB A STEVEN'S RKSPECT
fully announce to their numerous friends and
i..' ide i ul, lie cenorallv. that the have catered
into co-partnership In the above business iu tho
shop heretofore occupioii ny too senior pariuor
in the bsrongh or Cloarfield,
All sorU of work In their line will be dispatoh
od on ths shortest notice, and In tho most work
manlike manner, and upon terms to suit the
times. Fperint attention will be paid to noaa-
,L!. .Hnn.I.J will. Ilia
r. rl. . Ammnn nail lo a fine edfcd double
y:.A i...u....n. will he mado to order, oi
ther for Cattll or srproved Country Produce.'
2i"0ive tbsin a call.
(i.C. PAS3M0RE. ;
Dee. 11,1801-ly: U'.M. STEVENS.
J. I. LI0RRIS & CO.
LATEST ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Goods, and will be aold lower than
ny other house In the county.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Print & Delaine. Belnjoral Hoop
Skirta, Ilood., Nubias, Sontags,
Comforts, Hreakfast Capon
aud Gloves,' Fure, Mutt'a
Ladiea Coata, Circulars, Viotoriwa,
Bankets, etc., etc.
BOOTS -AND- SHOES of all kind '
for Ladies : .
i. j; '
HOOTS AND SHOES of all kinds
HOOTS AND SHOES of all kinds
In endlosa variety; Broad Axes,
Double-bitted Axes, Raft
' ing Axes. Uaiking
Of all kinds for MEN and BOYS
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
A general assortment of
DRUGS. MEDICINES. TAINTS,
Bio, Bye ind I.aguyra Coffee.
Hugars white, brown and yellow.
Dried peas, sweet potatoes.
Cranberries, butter, ogs;s, lard, cheese
Sams, shoulders aad sides.
Dried boef, cod-fish, uackcr?l,herring,
Cooking A Parlor Btoros und Stovt ptpe.
FLOUR, CHOP, SALT. iC.
Saddlos, bridles, horse collars, trimmed
horse blankets, robes, sleigh-bells,
whips, buruess and bumos.
MISCELLAN EOU3 A KTIC1ES.
Grind stones and fixtures. Ono 2 -horse
Clean Wagon. Timber-Sleds.
Buggies, Sleighs, Carriages,
Ac, Ac, Ac
Supplied by tho quantity with goods,
flour, bacon, or anything In our lino
at 10 per cent, on cost, and ws '
discount all bills nrer $14
at ten per cent.
Ib fact, nctling that man
or beast consume,
for our customer,
but what ws keep or ean get
and will sella little ehespor,
that no others ia our business bars.
jFirOut Clearfield friends will Jplcase not fo
get to eall and see us when they eeme to town
Tboy will fiml,us on the corner formerly occupied
by J. Runkf( aesrly opposite the Conrad House,
Siain Street. ,. J. I- MORRIS A Co.
Dee. 7, 1861.
Farm for Sale.
IN Lawrence township, two miles south of the
borough of Clearfiold, containing sixty acres
more or less, lying on both banks of the Eusque
banna River, vllh a good Saijr-will In running
order, and one Dwslling-IIouse and Barn thereon-
For teams of aale apply oi the office of
CRANS if BARRETT.
Feb. I, fit. ;.
TYIIONi: CI.EARI'IF.I.D KAIL
ROAD COM FT. An adjourned meeting of
the Stockholders will be bold at ths office of the
Pennsvlrnnia Railroad Company, on Tuesday,
January 31st, 1 1866, for ths purpose of electing
a President, Vies President, and twelve Director
to serve tho ensuing yoar, and ths annual state-
inent will bo submitted.
II. II. SHILLINOFORP, Scc'y.
Pbil'ajan. 25, 1S6I.
CAUTION. All persons are hereby caution
ed sga inat buving or selling a certain Sor-
rell Mare, now In the possession of Robert r.
J'unter, of Knox township, aa the same belongs
to me and la in bia use on loan only.
Jordan tp, Jan- 11th, 1865 pd.
DMIMSTR.VTOR'S OTICP Notice
hereby glvn that letter of adininlstia-
tion on the estate of Thos, Campbell, tato of Boll
tp., ClearfleK eo., dee'd, having been granted to
tbeundorsigncd.all persona indebted to said eatate
are r quested to make Immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same will present
' cthtn duly aulhentieatod for settlement.
JAMES A. CAMPBELL
JACOB W. CAMPBEI
Pell tp., Jan. 65. pi.
)OCKET BOOK LOST. Tfc,J ascriber lost,
ths 15tk and iiia of December last.
ailllAf ! r.t.tl
wenviie or Wween hi residence
and tbs " Farrcor's liU
' a black Morocco Pock-
- ' st Book, (imall siie), containing ono $5 bank
bi'.l, and about 3 in currency, together with ons
r.eceipt for $5. Ths Under v. ill bo liberally ro-
yarded by retuMing it to
fawrsocs in-Jan. t. K U KtZp.
MERRELL & BIGLER
Have Just opened a large and iplendid
At their old stand in Clearfield.
" . , ,- I
TIIEY have the
that has ever
hest assortment of Ilardwar1
wbloh they will sell 1
.... amon, t wWoh wiU b. fouod a .pl.aaid lot o
C u 1 1 L E R Y,
. To which they Invite the special attention of th.1
I nnnllA amsivaaini k&K Cl i . . a w I
A lot of Pistols of the best pattern, and other
n i . j
, oarviuges au oi wmcn will ds sold at reasons-
-i ble prioea.
' They continue to manufacture all kinds of
M 'v n ir...i r, .
i tm-wure, urass iveiiics, atovc -
g ! Pipe. ete.. which cannot be surpassed la tbia see-
lion oi mo Dtate.
They alMbareon hsnd WtWKirgli Plows,!
among which are Steel Centre Lever Mows. Also, j
Plow Castings, and many othor Agricultural Ini-!
look Stoves. Parlor and Coa!
OjStoveea general aasovtmant, and oT the 'best fat -
O ; tern, for sale at reasonable nrice.
Uoal Oil, Coal Oil Um
ata, Oila and Varnishes, a general aaaortuient.
ratms.uus ana varnisacs, a general assortment,
Glass, putty, Nails, Iron aadCastings of great
tbepublio ean be found la their establishment' iittir'tt 2iAs7c ' '.
and at prioes that cannot bs beat. U1M.W4.nLTJ XfOOUSy .
Now is the time to purchase,' Tjoser v and Notions
Ifyoa desire any thing tn their line of business, i " try UHU lUllOUSf
(live theni a call and examine their stock, and
ithcy feel assured that you can bs aooommodated
Kememoer, their estabusbmorrt is en 6econfl
MT-uia silver, copper, brass, pewter and old .
earnings win do taKon in, exenaogo tor goods.
Alay ZU, mi. A UIULKR
PROSPECTUS OF VOL. Ill 18C5.
Tho Old Guard J
A MONTHLY jmiuVAI.. i
devoted to -
UTEEATUBE, SCIENCE AND ART,
The Political Principles of 1710 and 1T8T.
C. CUACNCBY UCHR, EoiTOH. j
rpiIIS MAGA7-IMi Wlili-COSTISUE TO
I defend the principles of Uovernmont which I
guidod our fathers in the loundution of tbo He- I
public. Tbe spirit and doctrino of the two first i
volumes will be fully maintained in uie tniru vol
ume. We have no compromises to inane wua
error no parley to uiaho with dospotiam. Do-
mo.'racy will be treated, not aa a varying policy
of cunning office aookors and spoils-humors, bul
rather as an abiding principle of political econo
my and of popular liberty. All supporters of
this revolutionising;, Abolition war, will be held
us tbo enemies of the Democracy. IVo shall ao
knolodge no organization to be Doutocratit
which does not bouostly enunciate and suppor
the principles of the Kentucky and Yirgioir
Resolutions of 17U8, and the Ured Scott decisioi
of tli o Suprome Court tho one assert'iDg Stati
SovcREiGXTr and the othor Wiiitb Supiieuaoi
To preserve these honored doctrines tho Dome
emtio party was organized by the very founder!
of the Federal Uovernmont, and it remained trut
to them down to the fatal and dishonoring depar
ture at the coininoncoment pf tbia war. '?'hb Oi,'
Ourd is an organ of Dosuqcracy aa it was, be
fore thia cowardly surrender of principle, and ai
it must be again, before it can rodeom ou r coun
try from the rule of faotion and despotism. It
will be enlarged to double its formor site that
Is, to forty-eight pagos for the purpose of mak
ing It in all respoots, as to style and matter, a
first-elass Mterury aad Family AJaga?ino.
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will be on Original Novel qf great power and in
terest, written by Dr. Thomas b)caic Enolish,
whluh will bs published in chapters, beginukg
with tho number fur January.
While the Magazine will bs double Us former
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bers and volumes can always be furnished.
All letters should be addressed as follows :
VAN EVRIIS, I10RT0N A CO.
Vo. 1C2, yqsau St., New York.
C AUTiy VA11 persons sre hereby caution
ed against buying or selling, a certain Black
MARD, now in tbe use of Levi Dorrjck, of Law-
! renoe township, as lbs saiae bolongs to us find
is in nu use oa loan only, euoioct to my ortler.
Jan. 2t,gt pd . J. p. SHAW.
NOTICE All persons having unsettled ao
eouutssn theBooksaf a. L. REED, A Co.,
will ploose call and settle (hem, as ws are doalr
lous of closing our Books.
O. h. REED, ft Co.
3 mo. Jan-11th 1865.
PHILADELPHIA 4 ERIE RA1LJIOAD.
THIS great line traverses tbe Xuflira and
Northwestern countiea Of Pennsj'Jvatlia to
the city of Erie, on Lake trie.
It haa been leased by the Ptuntfhanla 'Hail
road Company, and is operated by Ibom.
Its entire length was opened for passenger and
freight business, Oct. 17th, 1861.
Tim of Pftttcnytr Traini at Emporium,.
Mall Train, 3:20 A. M. 3:40 J. IK
Elmira Express Train, - M.
' Aoeommodatiea, M.
- Accommodation, M
MM Train. 11:08 - - A. M.
Elmira Express Train, - . -M.
- Accommodation, - - M.
- - Accommoda'ion, - - . JUL.
Passenger Cars run through witrovt CBAsae
l. .. . V. .... a. hmm tfl.l1.1nlnli;. mrA V.t.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Express T:'lni both
sy between Williamsport an"l iiahlmore. and i
lliamsport snd Pblladolni'.a.
i For Information rej-pecling Passenger business
a .;ily at the 8 2. Cor. 11th and Market sts.
i .nd for Freight buslnoss of the Company's
' A ..n, P. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13tb and Market
'atj.. Pbilndolphia i
J. W. Reynolds' Erie j
.'. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. Jl.,EuHimoro ;
11. II. Houston, (ion'lFre'ht A,g't, Phila.j
' II. W. Owismkr, yoal Jiciut Ar t, Philo,;
Jos. D. 1'oTTS; ycfl'l Mapager, iVilliainsport.
. Jan. 11, 1865.
CLangc Jrjs a$,c , liut not his Politics.
EJJOJ'AL mOM SHAW'S ROW TO ORA
, barn's, ono dour wost oi Boyntou d Show
ers More, lne subscriber wishes to Inform nis
friends and aumerous parPbas that bs has left bis
old stand in bbw s llow and bas hroxe oni iu
new place in Graham's Row, In tbe shop former -
I nn-ntiiml h it Kiutnnk
He would like all his old friends to give him a
as a lioot ana nuy.
call on Court Woek, and bring as maoj new
ones along as possible, a h can accomedate all
on short notico, at the Short Shoe 8hop. Kept
I, ' .. FRANK 8JI0RT.
WRemeoiber Graham's Row, oue dour west
of Boydtoa howere' Store. ju.
in PRICES of FALL k WINTER GOODS
J. R KRA TZEK,
Street, Clearfield, Penn'a.
Having purchased large stock since (be
lute deolina in prices is now prepared la
. , w ,
lUCtlCSt I nMed, ' U OOttSy
J.7 DclahlCS, '
Good Black Silk,
; . ....
UQUUrgS OTid AlpaC(lS,
v . ,
' JfUfS (Hid BoMlCtS
Sla2)Ie Dry Goodf
I f?-J,. J," m's1
i f J f , . TlfJ'syl jl
, HCCLCL XI-MClaC KslOlllXllgy
ttCltS 0,71(1 Ls&VS
Boats md Shoes,
Hardware , Queenswarc
Drugs and Groceries,
Carpels and Oil-cloths,
I Household Goods,
All 0f which -will be sold at creatly reduo-
C. W & H, W. SMITH,
DEliiEKS IN '
Foreign & Domestic
HAVE STILL ON HAND A
ALL OF VlHCn WILL HE SOLD
F o r C a s li !
tiQtrtfTY LOAX OF im.
Money Wanted to Amount of
THE Commissioners are roqulret Jo pay
bounties to ' vdlunteora and swbstltutes ia
i ordor to fill the quota of tbe comity en ths eom
l iae draft, and (hey need money for mat purpose.
Tboy now call upon the citizonr ito oorae for
ward acU tasn tbe county the money necessary,,
for wbloh OOC?QX BOXD VCLKAR OF TAX,
Ilea-ring Six Per Cent. Interest,
srynblf each balf yoar, will bs Issusd, running
om 1860 to 1872, In sums of
SFheeeUloment shews that the oounty owes but
4Jtfi0u tot bounty loans, and this loan ts a aur
land sale .investment. All are Interested 'ia bav
jiing this loan Uken, and it hoped It will bs
I met with promptness. .
j If not taken before tbs let of February It wlty
i be placed in ths eastern c'.dea and ths opportun
ity for Investment will '0 lost
j jrer Subscriptl'd to the loan received at tbs
'aasf.eld Co-uty Rank np to February 1st, aad
:.e monov will be there paid la ana bonds sellv-
'red. Come forward at ones and aid ea with
i your money.
Attest, OiNRAD BAKEjR,
W. 8. IJK AC LEY, Com mlsslopers.
' Clerk. jan. 25,
adies' furs, Purchasers may ely
ting the best Furs at CI1AS.
KU.NS, Ci ntinental Hotel, Philad'a.
iHrVfT 17TVT a nonsg, saddle
I to 1 UijliiN . 9 tit I -JJ '
I were stolen from me on .V"P'I7 P'Rht (be 10th
ult. The horse wn a small Dirjt Brown, with a
1 star in hi forehead. The hail was partially oB
i hi right fhpuldcr, eausnd y rubbing it with
coal oil. The borse hade,e.n lams In this shoul
dor. The saddle wa an ordinary military sad
'die,' nearly new, covered with black leathor.
Tbe thief is supposed to have been a man by
the name of LACti, who escaped from prison
nn the nigu uisjiorse was stolen, no wa seen
j New Washington, Clearfield county, on Fr,-
an, latr, susn uw.
j j will fay any reasonable snm for tbe retiwn
0r me nors,e, r tor sucn iMormation as win en
able me itn sK't bus and Uie other property taken.
, W. JAC.. ,
HollidsysVarg, Jan. J, TSM pd.
, . ,
! fH enlleiocs Hats, All tbe Latest Flyles, at
I J CIlAHtS OAKFOKU & tiONS, Cbntinen
tal JUelol, Philadelphia. jia. ;