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gc lrarfiflb JKf publican,
Wednesday AIorninc:::: ; May .'J, lCfj.
U'.T.II -1 '- " J"""' V- ! ..! 1
Captain John P. .Mtklcnian.
Tho attention of tho people of Clearfield
county is resrectfully invited to the letter clfUPlS BnJ 8trcnU0lH crbrta wef0 h
of this gentleman, nlm-h will bo found nj.ulc to iiltereepl then, befo.o they cross
upon our C.st page. This letter was bro ,1 tha Missiisi K Tlfro ftro 40mo r,Jl0rts
out by tho correspondence between II. B. of nM momeatt Atk ,ooki,
twoc, and Caplmn Campbe I , which w0 ,0 nnot,jer ii)yasion of MjMourL
lWi.l.ed n February last Had Captain Thfl D tm(?Ht h;, -ust . d ft
MeK. remained silent under the alleja- , . . ., . . ,,
..... ... , order freatly reducing tho expenses of
tions and nistnuattoiis therein, tho pcoplo .. . ., . . , .. . '
... . ii -. i that Department. All priaoner. to to be
we 6poko cf him as a "patriotic, high-
minded gciillemau." It was net only hia
own characler as a nian and an officer,
that -was assailed, but Ins m'hioo would
, , , , . .. ..
have been understood as -admitting the
truth of all that Capt. CampM! had said
derogatory to the good namo of the citi
zens of Clearfield, utuorig wbotnbo resides,
and to whom he is extensively known,
and, excepting a ft" of (he Abolition
tenders who failed to control bis official
actions -to suit tlic partissn ends, uni
vereallv .rcspeoled. This letter is a tri
umphant vindication of both
Tiiif van tAiri t.n ooi. i:il v;u rtn (hia
, , , n ... , t c
ktler for Us deiimlivo settlement of tho
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qucttioD, uho bTMiijhl, or u-h cauctJ to Ik
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brouqhl, tAt svlJurt U Ihu cvuntu 1 an'i in oe-
half of tho Dotnocrocy we thank iutu for,
it, TIhj JikMh organ of (his plcelia.i
frequently asserted that the Democrats
wereloi3 to blatuo.and that certain gen-,
tlemeu, which it den'gnatod as leaders, ; ltit public ollicer recommends Samtei.
were nlotHs refpoosible. Capt, MtKier-jl'. Suioart, Esq., of Bellefonlo, as the
Tran shows that lio was urged to bring so'j. next Domorratio candidate for Auditor
diers here, and names tb meo who urged General. Should tho health of Mr. Si.sn
him. This, w believe, was in 18G3. It is rer not warrant a re-nomination, no bet
true, he had applied to his superior for cr selection could possibly bo made.
assistance, such as a rail ilary force would ;
"be; but it was for a legitimuto purpotCj' BQi-EDwaau I.nuersoi.l, Esq , a distin
; and not to "arrest citisons." But his re- 'finished D m cia' of Thil idelphia was boet
uestwas not granted for the pitiful, if
-not spiteful, reason, thac a military force j
would only chaso tho deserters into some
' b dibUkt' txu ClM
muld etcap the odtvm of "harlorirg daert -
en I In that ca.'e the "responsibility"
couKl not have been cast upon those "dis-
tingutshed leadeta ' of the Democra'.ic
party, and hence th eoldiers were not
'We have frequently Admitted that in
one sense tf.e Democrats were to blame
fcr the soldiers coming here ; that, instead
of increasing, bad they permitted their ma-
jority to havv beeu decreased, there would
have been oo history of a "War in Clear
field" to racot-d, Iliit !?, iv . - .
... .ti'unsfDe. Our nidjonly in
1803 raa Jaj-gely in oxcess of any former
year; and in 1804 it was largely increased
over that of 18u3, If, then, Messrs. Fin
oey, Swoopc & Co., thought toldieis were
needed in 180.1, to explain their over
whelming deftat, bow much more forciblo
must have beeu their reasoning in that
direction in lPC-l, when the soldiers weio
actually ent! They had discovered that
Capt. McKicrnan could not be used for
partisan tiriioses. But in 1804 ho rcsicn-
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ru, una iu.i.r:iiicij me bouiiuis cuu p,
n . r, . ,. . ... , . j
voj,.. Mbiutiii, i.uiiiiK iu vuuio nu.ieeo causing Ids deatli in less llnui on hour af
for himself, trusted to his agents, and wa terwauls. Tho lacls as proved on the trial
too ready it believe tho false and exlrava- nre "t'""' ns follows.
gant stow, carried to him about ammu-1 Son,e"" in e Kuperts Je
... ,,,,.,. , , clnred that ns soon ns they got throucu
nition, Torts, lortiflcntions. brca-twoiks, iih their work they would "attend" to
Ac, and, perhaps, was perfectly honest Vanasdlen ; that some time previous
in the -belief that there was real cause for, Howard had also declared that if V. did
a military force here.
The unfictunato affair at the
dnms. in Jlnox township, is Pointed out
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as proof thct soldiers wero required. But
it standa alone. With the exception of
La rescue case on the Jefferon county
lino (and scores. of similar cases occurred
all over the North) not a solitary instance
of resistance was met with anywhere.
And what wss that case? A number of
men wero at a "frolic" at Adam's liouse.
Adams had voted as a Republican in 18G0,
nnd bad volunteered as a Republican at
tho beginning of tbe war; as also had
-MaCulK-ugli and McKee, hit comrades.
Not a shot was fired, nor the slightest at
tempt at resistanco made, by any man at
Allures', except" by .Jams himself; and
he had frequently declared (bat he belief-1
-cd death would bo bis certain fate, if cap
tured.and that thereforo he would not be
taKen alive. HOtico this ailair .tands so -
itary and alone, the only justification of the ki T 'lX ' tw P ' J , . "IT" ,hRl 00lu nnd old had an
.onduot of Capt. Campbell. The same' a'ndUColotl V.K:o"hVV Z2 r''-o horse, to ride to Log
men wore in tho county in 18C3, and it ed them to arrest him, nnd Mr. Farlv a I!?"' ,P.' , i '"'""jog
was for their arrest then that Capt. McK. ! connected with the Provost Mar i 1, ILTnTJif'
asked for the assistance nLich Cart. C.rr pi ! J h1'- ha" lo'1 ' lbi if be at- "olwnh.laud.Dg the large sum.
;f Tim,inalion',,of rh"d,ur
This is but. single chapter in the his-1 three days, and after a full and impartial 1 i!",1! ''Imi.r ?
win.. .uD iir.T..ji vieariieiu county j ana; " y V, ,v
having thus established the important,?"?, Trtlnyw rith a
factasto- whocaused the soldier, lol.
sent bere,.tB ocoss.on requires, wo will
hereafter show U,e purpose of tir com-
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jug, ami ineir Bcu.'evements wuilo Here
The aggregate yield o.' oil per day in all
the oil regions in the United States is 0,
000 barrels. On this, ia jta crude state,
the average profit is about five dollars pec
barrel, so that tha net profit on all the
crude petroleum produced is, $30,000' per
day, or nearly jlI.O00.000 yearly. -JV-bvrg
ifeMr. J. Frost, Esq., paid our town a
flying visit yesterday morning.
t cs. a it. . i
occreiRrjr oiapion .nnuunm umnuv
.patch ha. been received from General
tirant, dated Raleigh, April Mil,, in which
,, in which
he save; "Johnston has surrendered tho
forces in his command, embracing all
from here to the Chattuhoochie, to Uen
Sherman, upon tho ha? Is agreed upon be-
twecu Lee and myself for the army of
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Porthern v irgmia. ' I Ins, we presume,
disposes of the lust organised rebel force
east ol tho Mississippi.
President Davis, and other Government ,
nllk-ers. necomnanied bv nbout 2 (1(10 mJ
airy, were making for Texas, at last nc
exchanged on taking tho oath of allegi
ance ; all soldiors in hospitals fit to travel,
aro to be discharged ; and the, forces em-
niiivoil in tin. Hnut'l.w f d.i.k f , ... ....
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General, Chief of Orduiiincd. Chief of En-
gtneets, and 1'iovosl Marsbid Gouon.!.
Depaitments, are to be itumedintely redu
ced to that required fjr closing up their
A fearful calamity happened on the
Mississippi, seven tiiil.s above Memphis,
on Wednesday hiit. Tho Steam er Sulta
na, with alout 2,(nl0 paroled federal pris
oners from tho rebel camps, and about 2,-
!0t) linnnn impi 1.. ..11 IU ; . t.
''r3' nJ al1 but about 700 werueilhcr
. . , . ,
HaUfd to leuth or drowned. Tin. cu-
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tnnty his no parrallel in the bislory of
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Ai oi tor Iisnkkal. A cornien,lont of
tho Lock Haven Democrat-win evidently
knew, tho value of a fulthful and comi.e-j
anJ ".aulted by a mob iu meof the streets 1 they wero entirely iunocent of giving the
",al city tho other day, for Innguago ( assassins any aid or comfort, knowing
ued in a speech delivered a short time ll,,(:,,n 0 , 1,0 8UCU
?.'V'T at W i - ! twlo'cSic'1 thttnrithIeS
em i ork, aim when he turned at bay tourid the two young men above referred to,
defend his lifo ho was seized bythepo-'as well as the body of Booth. Ilarrold
lco and compelled to uivo bail for Si' (100
i - -
for committing au assault with intent to
kill ! What a glorious couulry I
j We venture the prediction that it will
not be ion years-perhaps not half Hint
J'riod until nine out cf every ten of this
infatuated rnbblo will practically endorse
every word said by Mr. Ingersoll, whiel
they now condemn. And not a single
word of condemnation is to be found in a
i i i"' uui "wk even
fy Forney !
Important Mnrdor Trial in Carlisle.
The Carlisle Democrat has following ac
count of the proceedings in r.n importan t
murder trinljust closed before tho couit
of that lac -
Howard Kujierl, Lewis liupert and
Henry liu port were put upon trial in the
'Join t of (.yer aud Terminer of Hint coun-
tv. nr. frni,kiluo (Kn ISlli in.lul f.. .
murder of W. Vanasdlen, at Centrevillo.
on t htj Cist of December last. Yuiinsdlen
wasadeseiter from tho army, aud the
Iiupcrls atteuipled to oirest him. am
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while coing so lluwnid hupcrt shut him.
I i.ol linsk Ins f Jiupcrl a) corn he should
never huk for any other person, d c. Un
tlio 3 l.t TiP IW.nilinii I I
treville. whero Vanaarllp'r.
... . ' w.u."i. . llici VPIIJU IU
lev rain a In t en.
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where a laro number of persons were as-
enihled at the hotel, among Ihem the do-
X,iof Til i? i r.i...i USP
v. ...v. '.nv.r.i ma IIHII.l Up.ll)
Vanasdlen's shoulder and said, "You are
my pnsoner." v anaMllen replied, "How
83?' Rupert answered, "Well you are,"
when V.jeiked himself looso and walked
off. Whrn he was about ten yards off
Howard Rupert called upon him to stop
and almost instantly fired his pistol, tho
ball entering near the spinul column and
coming out at the point of tho breast bono.
I hey then took him to his houe and
was n the aimn ea .if nail. ir....i i...
was in tho agonies of death. Howard Lav
ing previously declared thai he would de
liver him at the Provost Marsh alV office
"dead or alive." Af'er his death, the
same day, Howard declared that "Vanas
dlen was dead, O d d - him. as he
ought to bo," and similar expressions, ten
Ul iU .""unco.
m. .i.r-.i... . .. . ... .
vor,, . nr ! ,, c...- .1
u.a second degree against Lewis Rupert
"0 1 .
ill! .IQienUltn ta ttfirA llun rAlnanfld.l Ia
nr'sor;efend"n,r ero ihen
prison to awmt their senlence
DfWOur relatinn. ;n. xt.:. i
DOur relations with M x
ial Washington despatch to the New York
Evening Advertiser unvHt "It l. I, .1 ;.,. i ..
f " cu, UU
what appears reliable authority, that our1
iciuiiuiis wiiu iiexicu win soon assume a
new and Important aspect."
Ss-One of our subscribers in the coun-
try, who has read about sailors "heaving
tin' anchors, wants to now if it is sea-
, sickness that make 'em do it ! '
TinnTir TTTTS A RA Wiw" n Anaiff
BOQTH, TUE ASSASSIN. CAUGHT
JIamU captured diMan tflhiA
w.V. deathQffuuil Xiavtte.
mmm ?aKlt . u
Washington. April 2i lh-U;J0 A.
Miiir-(3cnrtil to, Ac l ortf J. Wilkes
II f r jtt it f lkl nn m ittr A s .1 IVl bPl
Booth an?l Harrrtld weto chased from tho
Swamp In St. Mary s county, Maryland,
to Garten's Farm, near Port Royal, on
lb" Rappahannock, by Col. Baker . force
..... n.. I,,,-- . .. .i....
Tho rear of tho barn in which tiny
took rcfuga was fired. Booth in making
his Cyrano was shot through the head and
killed, lingering about three hours, and
Man-old w captured. Booth's body and ;
Ilarrold was captured
Harrold are now hero.
E. M. STANTON.
Secretary of War,
Vii.. near which place
l ' Ilea. V IC'&II IID mill nuivu . .kmvi.
Booth and Llarrold were taken, is on ',e.irll:0 ' r Jtathburn, a Si.en cor carbine, a sev-
south sidnofthe Itappahannoclc, about Jbhooler of Massachusetts manufacture,
twenty miles below Frodericksburg. 1 he ; . rvoiyers. and a pooket pistol. He
belief herotofore ontortained thai Booth,
I . . . l.. . I I . . . l.i. r I n. 1. ..1. ..i F 1 1 iT 1.
buujo 'i.ii nu.ij, i'wvui nirviuu ju v i -- .
es. A parly o: lour or live accompanies
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A unrl v Iam I rt Iiiia annnmnnrilAd
them, who spoke of Booth as a wounded
ntl"of M.r land! iU? oTlIiighrierw th P h7
with a view to crossing the Potomac f'' "ned Sown ad a overnmont shoe
Virginia, is now confirnie I.J 'K uh loot h0"rnmMI
WaiN,iTOM. A pril 27..-H. Star, in a j0" "J f j l)8 oUained to the other
lutn edition, haa the following s I.""' i0 ukinc tho two Garretts in-
Boo.hand Ilarrold roachej "Garretf." w m.,; "g, Unm3iI"lJ .et
.i n.w n,: .i.,..-t0 custoiiy. l ie command nnuicumieijr
Marylander on Ins way Home. "'' """l.j i 1l0stoiiabout seven years ago.
they wished to leave him there l,orllat Vhich lime he assumed the nameof
timn, and would take turn away on tne
Booth limped sotnhat and walked
on crutches about tlio plac, eomplaining
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ol his anaie. ne nu u.num t.gui.nj
look their meais at the house, and
kept up appearances well.
i )na ilnv ut tliA ilmripr talila the eonvor-
sntion turned on ti.e assassination of the;
President, when Booth denounced the.
snsinaii(in in iheseverojt term, saying ;
that lliero was no punisiinieiu aaverB c-,
nough for the perpertator.
t.me someone said in his presence that
reward amounting to two hundred thou
sand dollars had been oflored for BjoiIi,
and that ho wou'd liko to catch him, when i
Booth replied, "Yes, it would bo a good
, . 'II '
,aul; but lb amount w Jt,ubl' oon
J" iiln"e l hun(JreJ U,0Ul,ana
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1 he two Garretts. who lived on
S". v n"uL' n Z
A .i i .i .i i. ... .
ouy ill llr . null nuak mrii u iuihu .r'tc
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seu ted themselves paroled reb sold ers
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on their way homo. Ihey also say that
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when the cavalry appeared in the ueigU
borhood, and I bey hoard that they were
looking for the assassins, they sent word
to thorn that theso two men were on the
place: in other words they assert that
WM immediatelyplc(d in a sale place
i . . .
Thus far, it is stated, he has manifested
no disposition to speak ol tiio affair, but
at he was known as a very talkative young
man, he may aoon resume tho usocdhis
Boo'.h and llairold wero dressed in re
bel prey uniforms. The stuff is new.
Ilarrold was otherw iseiiot disguised much,
Booth's mustache had beon cut oil appa
rently with scissors, and bis beard allow-
e.11, ,o rsow' a. oc,jirnmrs"oiss-
what shorter than he usually wore it.
Booth's body, which we huve before dc
cribed, was at once laid out on a bench
and a guard placed over il. The lip. of
the corpse are tightly compressed, and
the blood ha. settled in tho lower part of
the fac6 and neck. Otherwise the face
is pale and wears a wild, haggard look,
indicating exposure to the elements and
a rough time generally in his skulk ing
(11. II!.!:? ! I it .
flight. His hair is disarrange I and dirty,
ana s pnrentiy iia.ii.oi i.een combed
s.nce he took his flight. J he head and
breast is alone exposed to iew, the low-
er portion of his body, including llie
,j hands and feet, being covered with a tar -
i'huiui imuwii our . mu uos wnicn ,nio the smoking car, when several ner
lermmaled his accursed life entered on I ,... Ufi it. .,vin n,.r .....i.
the left side at the back of t!ie neck, a
point curiously enough not lur distant
Irom that in which his victim, our lamen
ted President, was shot.
No orders have yet been given as to
what disposition will be made of I he body.
Further Details of tho Capture.
Vltnli:rnv Anril n7 Tl.. -
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ul" " 'a.r mnowing lurth
er uetaiis in relation to tho cat iur of
ifurrold and killing of l'.ooth
j The detachment of the 10th New York
rftvlry. un(cr command of Lieutenant
Dougherty, numbering 'JS men. and ac
companied by two of Col. Daker's detect
ive force, which went down the river on
Monday, obtained the first news of liooth
at 1'ort Royal on Tuesday evei.ing, from
an old man, who slated that four men in
company wiih a robel captain bad crossed
the Rappahannock a short lime previous,
going in the direction of Rowling Green,
and added that the captain would proba-
as he was
courting a lauy tiiere.
Pushing oh to Rowling (ireen, the can-
tain was found at a hotel and taken into
custody. From him it fit ascertained
that li ioi Ii and Ilarrold were al the house
of John and William (f.-trrett, three miles
l.nil Inu.r,!. 1'nrl nn,l .1 .
quarter of a mile from the road passed
over bv the cavalrv
In the ineantinia it
brothers, who urged liooth aud Iarrold i
to leave lest they (Oarretts) should eet inJ
,va. ...vj, ...... ...y ..,ulllKO,
f ftf the OW !
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ven I hi. horse, from beinc taken and rid.
vent his horses from being takon and rid.
Uen " 10 lue oighi by Booth and liar-
Upon the approach of our cavalry front
D " : iy . o i r iif.j
ir cavalry front
it of the corn
1JU"'lllSure'U, souu.u a
day, the Garretts came out
cntl m meet thsin and n anisrsr to thair i
i ... . .
inquiries, directed them to the barn. ,
Root h was at onoe summoned to surrn- j
dor, but refused. H.rmlrl inrsP(l a '
willingnei. to give bimi-f up, but was o-
verruled by Rootli for 10m. time, Anally,
grnj J j,ring, ,Mfin4 Booth in
;iueoru. s ":.-, "-r'i7r:
the barn. The latter, assuming a aenaui
.r dJ,r0" ;J0J h m tbatVh. mea
J,C u at fiOwdi r i.Unce
'r.Ai.i Tdriwo un at 50 vard. distance. 1
U,,,BH h-.rtl,,j nnniii out and lifht them,
After the barn had been burning turee
' nil art on of an hour, and the root., a-
bout to full in, Booth, who had been .land-
' ... . I
Inc with a revolver in one hand and a car-
bi2e re.tloI on the floor, made a demon-
stration a. if tp brenk through the guard .
escape. To prevent this Sergeant ;
elt tired, intending to hit Booth in
Moulder, so as to cripple him, the
... ..,., .iritinn a littla too hiirh.
i ball, however striking a little too high,
'entered the neck, re.ulting a. before sla-'
p.tt. t.n.l in hi. nos.Bsi.ion the short,
, u ;r. Jul. l,iil. huairuuk'
addition to bis suit of grey, an
. ..... 1
. - iv ..o mrfiAn niior rniAnnincT liih
UUl IUI Biiniikjwii, w.ewa .-0
Sergeant uoroeii, who snoi uooui,
1 . n . .. , . n . 1 1. -
.. Corbalt. To-dav he has been
greatly lioniied, anct on tho street was ie
iiedlr surrounded by citizens, who oc-
casionHlly manifested their appprecialion
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, , . . j , roturn.,i hom.
i. ..l. 'I I, o ,.r..l... in linv. lon on
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,:',':', 'r ,, ,i,.,.,i.. r n.i.
.-,,.. .,, .., unp.:
ness concerning their connection with
t. ... . .,. tr0i.i ,,!.
, i hit n mm ii . iniiiiu aula i i in i.iuviu
;lhilI UU of he l0lofSc. Marshal Mur-
ray aud a posse of New York detectives
1 . . , . . , . . . t
iracaeu uiera wiiinu a sunn uistance oi
Swan i'oinl, but the Marshal being unac
quainted with the country and without a I
llUnill ICU HU 111V IAIU .HIT HIIVJ II ItUU .
- guiJ - juring tho n.ght, took the wrong
I road and beturo he could regain the trail,
Booth und Ilarrold succeedtd in ttohsing
ih,t Booth ,t.Pti
shoot himself while in the barn
' ruci. lie, Huncivr. iu mi iiuiivv nun uis
: . '. .. ., ,. , .
besiegers, indicated that he would not be
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takenaive. His manner throughout was
11 e, however, in his pailey wiih his
that of a hardened desperado, knowing
that his doom was sealed, and preferring
to meet it there in that shape, rather than
in tho more ignominious death awaiting
him if captured, lie appeared to pay lit
tle attention to the tire raging about h'm
uuiil the roof began to full in, nhon he
mailo n movement indicating a purpose
to make the desperate attempt to cut his
way out and perhaps, really hoped to suc
ceed amid the smoke and confusion.
It was this movement on his part that
teemed to have caused Corbelt to tiro
the fatal shot. Ilarrold before leaving
Hie barn laid down bis pistol, w hich was
immediately ricked up by lioolh, who!
had it in bis hand at the limo he was shot.
DISTURBANCE OF THE PUBLIC
PEACE IN PHILADELPHIA.
ATTACK UPON EDWARD INGERSOLL, ESQ.
A serious disturbance of the publio
Peace occurred yesterday morning at
Niuib and Ureen streets, occasioned by an
assault upon Mr. Edward Ingersoll, by a
number of persons who took ollense at
some remarks in a speech delivered by
him a short time since, at an Arm-Abolition
and Slates Kiglits meeting, held in
New York. The circumstances of tho
whole allair, so far as we can callier f;-nna
I the best authority, seem to bo as follows
Mr. Ingersoll resides at Germantown. ami
' cum jl)U) u.e city yesterday mornino on
tie n o'clock liain. He got upon the car.
at T,og Station, and wa. greeted with the
,vr,i "iraiif.. i, .i,...
LUlluing u,,on the platform. He passed
I i..n ii,.r. r... .i..,.. um... ,u.
reaeueu .Mum ana ureen streets a party
gathered around the front of the car, for
the purpose, it is said, of civina Mr. In-
geisull a parling salute ol groans. J he
latter, however, left the car tv the other
door, and passed up Ninth street lo Wal
lace, and was folloaid by these who seem
ed lo be in waiting for him. One of the
mob, Captain (?) J. II. Worthington, Jr..
l'J8th regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers,
supped up to Mr. Ingersoll, and after in
quiring whether his name was Ingersoll,
said ia substance, " I think you owe an
apology to the country for your speech,
and particularly to the soldiers." Mr.
Ingersoll lefused, and Worthington, who
carried a cane, raised it as if to strike a
blow. Mr. Ingersoll a!so raised his cane,
and several blows were exchanged. Mr.l
Ingersoll received a cut on the left side of
the face and had his cane broken. He
was also seized by the throat by the father
of Worthington. After soma struggling
ue broke loose nnd retreated about ten
pace., when he faced about, drew a revol
ver and cocked it. The crowd fell back
for a moment, when all further proceed
ings were cut short by the interference of
oflicer Jones, or the Eighth district, who
at rested Mr. Ingorsoll, and conveyed him
to the police station. Thirteenth and
!?ir 15 Vi" Blr""' "euorjoi i9arn
a,? ' ir er arresteu.
aiuoiuiou maiiey vr.ts eeui mr, ana a
hearing was had in the ease. The evi
dence adduced was substantially the tame
a. given above. In answer to an inquiry,
Mr. Ingersoll slated that he carried a re
volver because ha anticipated some such
attack. He further stated, in answer lo a
remark made by some one in the oflice,
uiai wnen me weapon was pointed towards
This was met in renlv from some
in tne crow u, l OUT are a liar and
.1. , .... .. .7
W - h f h"f f ' n J
h&l tAPV MMM, inl.nl n 1. : T I J3
ATTACK ON OH1KLK8 ISGIHJOLL. tta.
uhabLk. ISqirjoll, ho.
A faw hours aftav tla f. r-u..l I
es Ingersoll, a brother of Edward, in com-
pany wiih a friend, repaired to the station
!L.e at Thht.enth fnd Soring Garden
..reels, to give tad for his brother. Mr.
nt . . " .. '
Cuarlea I n crnr.nl 1 unl in ip .n. n,k:ni.
he left in Spring Garden street, below MPr'l 1 pd. Woodland I'o., Clearfield oo, Pa.
Thirteenth. Mr. 'iDgersoll had aletter'. N,B- 1,e"on eU'm "les without a proper
from M.nr ttnr d.in .-. license are subject to a penalty of $80. which
iaa to tee his brother, lie entered the
Uon bouse came out again, and beck
ami Mr. In anr.nl 1 .,.,!
:The carr.go bad only diiven . r, yard,
1 when rrer, attacked it on each iide. Some
when oeen attacked it on each side. Some
iu front atoppod the Horses, wiulst lb
Ingor.oll with club.. Board, were taken
fretn the neighboring building, and the
. I - U-v 1, n. t Y A IftMAUII .mi TV1 !
carriage tioors were uru ...
aeverely beaten from both aide, when
linaiiy. ine ponce, rcacuuu ....u.
ried him into the station house . Mr.
Ingor.oll wa afterward, conveyed to hi.
lie lias oeen severely iiijurvu,uui
hi. wound, aie not .
hi. wound ate not dangerous..
venerable Joseph It.
Ingersoll gave bail for Edward Inger.oll,
and he was released.
We understand that at lloclock yes
terday morning a committee or citizen.,
headed by Worthinton, waited on the
i Mayor, and requested that . hdward lngor-
sell, bail bo raised to 10,000.
The Confederate MaiorTaylor who
" remembered a. one of Jell. 1W
commissioners to Washington ear y dur-
ing the war. has been paroled for ten day .
- Loui.ville. in order to enab a him to
j United Slate.-he .having re-
, , . . f sPClance. 'lbe
Major is a son af Zachary Taylor,
MARRIED 0a the 27th
of April ly the
Hov. J. M. Smith." Mr. Win. E 'Forces
Sua Shirty, both of Bradford townnhip.
In this place, on Thursday, the 27th day of A-
pril, by the Hev. Monroe, Mr. Darid II. Gear
hart, ta Mits Mry C. A'hugart.
1)1 l-'.D In Ooshen township, on (he Jjih of
Apr!', Koheaca Bull, only child of J. W. and Ma-
;ry Jane Wallace, aged 4 years, 2 months and 13
Two weeks ago diiteaie laid hold
Of little Buy's fraire,
And how in death she's etifTand olJ,
But she will live again. K.
GREAT FALL IN PRICES ! "
SPRING if SUMMER
Cjjcap (Eloljinn Sim
Grand opening of Spring Clothing this ilsy, fcrent subjocn, to which additions are being oen -Urand
opening of Spring Clo thing this day, tinually made, of Portraits of Eminent Aincrl -(Irand
opening of Spring Clothing this day , ' cans, eta., vii : about
Orand opening oT Spring Clothing Ihu Uuy,
At Reiiensto n Bro's Eilensire Clothing store,
At Reiienstein Bro's Extensive Clothing slvre,
At Keiienstein Uro'i Extensive Clothing store,
At Reiienstein Bro's Extensive Clothing store,
The largest and best selected stock iu town,
Tha larr..! nl ho.! .nlocteil itiicli in town.
Tho largest and best selectcJ stuck in town,;
The largest and best silecttd stuck in town,
Furnishing lioods, J'alt A Caps,
Furnishing Uoods, Huts A Caps,
. . . '
turmshing Goods, Hats A Cnpa,
Furnishing Uwdi, Hats A Caps,
Trunks, Valises A Traveling Bugs,
Trunks, V.li.sei A Traveling liags, l. will pleae roiuil 26 per cont. with their order.
Trunks, Valises A Traveling Bugs, TTho prices uu ijuulity of ourg wJs caa
Trunki, Valises A Traveling Bags, not fail to sutiafy. Aprl2-2tn A a co.
At prices low Tor tlio limes.
At price, low lor the times,
At prices low for the tlnicn.
.r.niiu mr me 1 1 in en,
Our old customers do n"t
ncid in invitutioa, Our old customers do not
need an invitation, Our old cestotueri do not'
need an mvitutian, Oar old customers d j not 1
need an invitation, To oihers wo say,
t'n 1 and examine our stock,
Call nnd ciainiue our stock,
ta an. examine our Hock,
I all and examine our stock,
Kcforo purcliitriiiig JOlscwIicre,
Jlef'ore pur tdtuin Klsewlicio,
Fancy Goods Constantly on Hand.
UEIZENSl El.N LUOl'HLHS. I
May 3, "S-ly. 1
PTAN'O FOR SALE. A pinns male by I.otid
,.t iu.;i...i.,i,,i,; ;. ,,ii....,.i r... .i -. ..
$130 catb, apply to Mrs.B. J. Berry at the houf0
or J. L. CH ILE
May 3, lfij -St.
STRAYED OR STOLEN from the counter of
iho subscriber, TWO BOOK. 3, one entitled
Ancient Mythology," and tho other, "Self Con
trailietions of tho Bible." Any Christian, or
Christians son, that took or rtolo them, will
please return thorn t. the subscriber, or tho sub
scriocr must cunsiuor mat Christians will nienl.
S. II. LAUUHLIN.
Clearfield, My 3. lSdj.-p t.
AmilMKl It ATOR'a NOTICldNoTice
is htreby given that Letters of Administra
tion have beon granted to the underpinned on the
estate of Titus 11. Bowles, late of Laivrenco twp.,
Clearfield county, deceasod : tlurefuro nil per
sons inaobieu to sam estate ore required toaiake
immodiate paymont, and thoso having doinnndi
....u. . 1 1 ..i. ....... . i
against the same will proscnt. theia duly authen
ticated lor sotllement.
SAMUEL II. R0WLES, Adm'r.
May 3, 1S0S, pd.
VDMIMSTn.VTOIfS Miner,.. Notice
is hereby given, that Letters of Administra
tion on the estate of Iienj. F. Carr, late of Law
rence township, Clearfiold county, la., deceased,
having beon granted to the undorsigned, all perj
sons indebted to said estate nre required to mnke
immediato paymont, and those having claims
agaimt the same will present them duly au'henU
cated for icttlement.
EDWARD WILLIAMS, AHm'r.
ELIZABETH CARH, Admrr.
May 3, IS651
4 milXISTKATOU'.S NOTICF. Notice
l. is heroby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of W. II. Mntteson, Into of Fox
tp., Clearfield co., dee'd, having been grnntod to
theundorsigncd,all persons indebted to said estate
aro requested to make Immediate nnvment. and
those having claims against the same will present
cthm duly authenticated for so ttlemenL
C. P. FELT,
May 2, fit-rd. Administrator.
GMCULTU It AL M iWTINcTl
The members or tlio Executive
Committee of the Clearfield County Agricultural
Socloty are requostcd to meet at the ulT.ce of R.
J. Wallace In the borough of Clearfield, ou Snt-
tirday the (1th day of May, at 3 o'clock p. m.
: r I . ,
"UMUt" ul importance is io oa irnnxncieu.
1)AT UP. ALL persons Indebted to Dr.
. Hinar Josaru for professional servieos or
out ls 2?,
u.. . it t Rfci, J. r.
otherwise, are requested to call on the subscrt-
Ma 3. 1865. 31
A : V. "Tha nndorened, having
1 lh. -t,u. Tri I? vwou'd inr,or"
I whenever called upon. Charges moderate.
" " .uvm. vunt.ca
1 jj.... riMt-o,, mitnun.
ffi.".1.-f,BfM?, - h'9 to
U. S. TAX-PAYERS !
a IX PERSONS KNOWING TIIEMSELVK3
liable to assessments under the U. 8. R.
du. Laws, either for income for the year 1864
gold or stiver plati gold watchea, tuggiei, e'
riages, sTring-wagoni, pisnoei, mclodeonf, or fur
license, for 1805, are requested to meet me at
the following ramod places on the days appoint
ed, where I will receive all such returns. And
In default of which the pcnulty of twenty. (W.
Percentum will in all caaes be added to the prop.
For I'learflold borough, Lawrence townahip
and all others convenient, at Iiraol Test's office'
in Clearfield, on Mendsy, Muy lt. '
. . vimuiii, uviiukkiii, una jriauu3 town-
hips, at the home or JUn 11. Mulson, Mulion.
burg, on Thursday, May
For Morris, Uruliam and I!rsdfird tuwnshlp,
at tho buuto of Jin. 1. Nelson. Ktleitcwn i,n
Monday. Msy 8th. ' n
For Decatur and Bogus townships, at the
houneof Milo llojt, In Uiceohi, on TLundav
May Ulb. .
For Bcccarltt, Woodward and Jordan town?
"hips, at the houeo of lluiiiul l'uulhaium, in til
Hope, on Monday, May lilli.
For Burmido, Boll aud Chct towniliip, at
the house of U. S. Plotner, in New Washiuton
on Thumday, May ISth. u'l!wn,
For Ferguun and I'enn township., and Lum
her City borough at the hous. of Win. IWod on
Monday, May 23d.
For Brady, Bloom and Union townnbin, at
the house ot Win. Sihwoin, in LutherburK, oa
Wednosday. May 24th. 6
W.J. HEMl-niLL, Afi'tAss'r,
1st BivWion, l'Jib Bit, Pa.
Asi t Arictior's Otll-e, I
(.urwcmuile, April 21, isfii.
SI'KCI AL ANNOUNCEMENT I
E. A II. T. ANTHONY CO.
Manuftte'rs of rhotographic Materials,,
wnoLBBALS A RSTA1L,
601, Ji 110 A DM' A T, N.
In addition to our main kuiincm ef Photo,
grnphic Materials, we are Ileadqnirltri (or tbe
following, vis :
Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views I
Of these wo have an immense assortment, is.
cludinir Wur Scenes, Amoricjn ar.d FoToiirn Cit.
! ioi and LindEcapc, (Jroupi, Statuary, tlu. Also,
Revolving Stereoscopes, fur public or private ex.
jhihition. Our Catnlugue will bs sent to any ad
' dren on receipt of stamp.
We wero tho first to introduco thsto Into the
United Slates, and we manufacture immense
quantities- in great variety, ranging inpriou from
60 cents lo 'i(l each. Our ALBUMS have tho
roputotion of being superior; in beiuty and dura
bility to any ollien. iney wul be sent by mall
FREE, on receipt of price. rrrioo ALBUMS
inudo lo ordcr.'S-
Curd Photographs !
Our Ca'uloKuo now embraces ever 5(MM) dif-
j J'"J 'f li. nerals,
I t i-Jueral,
t', J C"'oncl
2jU Olher OITieeri,
7J Navy OrTloers,
15 StaifO Pictures,
tC Prominent WumeU,
i ii ii i.... ..r U-...1.. ..r i ..
" u. ..uiim ui aiv.
including reproductions of the mo.-t celebrated
Engraving., fainting, Statues, eto. t'atalognel
sent on rowipt of Stamp. An order for Ono Bo-
sen 1'ictures from our Catalogue will bo filled oa
the rcoeipt of 1 U, nn-1 sent by mail, run.
1 hotngrahers and othen ordjring comli C. 0.
SEED POTATOES. A superior lot-fnr sal
at J. V. KRATZKR U.
ri'U L1C VKNliL'B
PES SONAL PROPERTY!
, ritJIEREfwill b. expoied to sale at Public Oul-
1 cr, M ,ho rM,,onoa of M;ltthew For01),( Ue
ol Bradford township, on
Tuesday ilic 9ih day of Muy, '6j.
tne following articles of personal property, to
wit: One inr.re, 2 sett of harness, 1 windmill, I
threshing machine, I patent hay-fork, one cow, 4
head of young cattle, 10 hops, 22 sheep, I two
horse wagon, two timber clods, 2 log chains, 1
3 plows, ono culiivntur.
twohull'aln robes, 1 ten plate stovo. 1 dininir ta-
. ble, bureau, and 2 sett of chairs, beds and bed.
' rlinr .ti.l num. ....... .-.'I.. V.....:..
".."bl iiHunii;., UIII11 (irilLICI U. XHrUIIII
ntensils, and Household nnd Kitchen furniture
' tedioui to aiention. Also, a largo stock of
VMTMM1IH TV STv (fS
all of hich nre 'n good order.
i?ab to camincnce nt 8 a. ra., of said day,
and continue from day to day until tho wholear
sold, when due attendance will bo given end
terms made known by
T. II. F0RCF.E,
S. I'. WILSON,
Adiu'rs est, of M. Forcee, dee'd.
Ap 2i, tds pd.
(Jin lti:VAHI) will be paid for Ihe arrest
VlW of JAMES PRICE, who escaped from
the custody of the constable f Karthaus town
!.. . . . . .... . n .. ,
shin, on Suudsv the 2d Inst. Faid PRICE I.
about 5 feet 8 inches high, dark ctnplezion, with
blue marks in the face ; or fifteen dullars will bo
raid for his delivery ia the jail nt Clearfield.
Karthaus, spH 'fli tf pd. Conitable.
TRU STEPS SALE
IY virtue of an order cf the Orphans' Court
J of Clearfield county, there will b exposed
to ITBLIC SALE, at Lurubor City, a
' Saturday the C.th of May next,
A oortnin Lot of Ground situate In Lumber city
and known as lot No. IS In plan of said borough,
and fronting on the t nrnpike, and adjoining pre.
perty of James Farwell and others.
TERMS. One-half at confirmation of sale,
and the balance to be securoi by bond and mort
gage. JOHN OWENS,
Truitt n Eilnlt nf I'tler Owtni, dte'd.
April i, ISfli.
THE COUSTY NATIONAL BANK
Ornraor Cimi-tholirroptmc TaiAscar,
Waehineton March 2nJ. 18(tj.
ATr" I'" UAX. by t atisfactorv evidonce pre-
1 T scntod to the undorsigned, it has been made
to appear tbnt Thk Cotaw Natiosal Basi or
Clrarfiri.p, in the borough of Clearfiold, in the
county of Clearfiold, and State of Pennsylvania,
has been duly organised under nnd in accordance
with the requirements of the Act rf C'ongros enti
tled " an Act to provide a National Curroncy, se
cured by a pledge of United States bonds, ta pro
vide for tbe circulation and redemption thereof, "
approved June 3, 18(11, and has complied with all
the provisions of said act to be complied with be
fore commencing tho businors of banking under ,
Now, Therefore, I, Hrcit MoCoiloi-oii, Comp
troller of the Currency, do heroby certify that
The County Aalinnnl Bank nf OUarfiM, In the
borough of Clearfield, In the Cfrnnry of Cuarflold,
and State of Pennsylvania, Is authorised to com
mence the business of basking under tbe Act
Io testimony wherof, witness my hand and ta!
of office this 2d day of March, 1863.
Mar.8 tf. Comptroller of tb. Curoncy.