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::May 21, 1 SC5.
BatM oi PuoscriiU'.oii, Atf vernal tig
gtiifr'jttion, in adnturr, . . . $2 00
" if trithin the yrnr, JO
" 1 nntjHiid trithin (Ae year, 8 00
L-CT T7nor rnf- l) (iy'y fa ?ie jrt'rnl eo.
mi(Vs JxJ.'iloral or ocybiWun'rycoiirf, lSBj,
liuirt' naff1 ViV notice; eacA, 8 d'mee,
JuJilon" stof ices, rocS, -(Wiorn
aud Es'royt, rncfl, 3 fimm,
Hiittlution notice, corA, 3 timet,
J7iiin Anecrmtmeiiti, cr muare 0 10 I
lines, op it-4 (.-, or . I
ffiirV uhfnutnt in$crttan.
7, or rrrcA KiMr 10
(ine, or 3 fiic, or
For tnra tnbu fjHent inttrtion,
froffional Card; year,
local Hofieet, jir ifne, - .
(Mifuary native; otvr i linr$, jier fine,
Yearly adi-ertUing, 1 yimr,
co rfo 2 o .
rfo rfo S Ha
rnry advertising, tWiimn,
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C;Ni, i';ijiV quirt, .
rfo 3 f m'ref, xr flm'iv, . .
o 6 quire, jier quint,
rf.i ow A j m', jier f mVe,
VtndhilU, i eheet, 2i, r tit, .
rfj 1 Arf, SA, r
u J ftrt, 25, r
4e rAofa then, 25, orient.
. 5 00
;flrT 25 of aefc of above at proportionate rntoi.
9The aboTe ratee were Agreed upon by the
irderfigned, on the 3d day ot Decemlier, !Sfi4,
rd wit bent'ictly adhered to Uurinjr tliepreecnl
kh prioc ot ail kinJj of printing nutaiali,
P. W. MOO UK,
rKblitlicr of the "Clear, U R.ftMk."
S. J. ROW,
rublithCT of tho "JSrifttmaHi Janrnnl,"
KeporleJ weekly for the Republican.
CLSinrttLP, Mnj 17, lSOi.
TTkft, bas. (2 Oi flniotn, $150(,2 00
HjA 2 0C; pti:cs, dry bus " 2 50
Corn, 1 inftl 7;,;t!r'n Apples, I OOf.f.l 25
Oils, I 00( 1 lliMI'ool, tb SPOf 'JO,
Baekwheat, 1 00 Lard, p th 2025'
Potatoes, 50 fork In Unit. "A It. li
Flnxseed, 2 TOf.J 50 lalloir, p th 1 5
liranthy, 8 Uil(,i,a On Outter, ' " SO
Cloverseed, 20 00 Flour. W bl. 13 00
W. Beaus, 1 7i((J2 CO.Kggs, dozon, 20
Sheriff 's Sales.
liY VIP.UK of sundry writa of Vrixliiiuni
I) ).iam issued out of the court of Common
rleaa of Clearfield cruntv, and to me directed
there will be exposed to PUBLIC SALE, at tho
C'urt House in the borough of ClearGeld, on
Monday the Ittih day of June next, t 1
'clock. P.M., the following described Heal Es
ute to nit:
A certain tract of land situate In Fox township,
Clearfield county, Pennsylvania, being tract No.
in the division of aaid lands bj the State,
(Minded and described ai follows .- Beginning at
4 white pine on the lino of tract No. 5070. and a
corner of tracts No. 40'JO and i 1S2, and thence by ,
uM tract No. 4132 and tract No. 42'0 west
10;9 and four-tenths perches ; rrojsing the Sin
ataishoning Creek and the Kersey road to a
m.nkei! hemlocx, and oorncr of this and true ts
Sm. 4200, 4 J41 and 423S, thencj hy sai 1 tran'.
t2:S south 320 perches to a marked m iplo tree,
I corner of thia and tracts No. 42.13 and 42."!5,
iDillhe said tract No. 40 110, thence by mid tract
No. 40VO north, 73 degrees east, crossing tho
iforesAid road and creek 10'; 7 perches to p'aro
beginning, containing 9?0 acres and nllowancc;
wrrtyed on warrant No. 427i, dsted October 2,
KM, granted to Jrmes Wilson, nnd being the
ami preuilsei mortgigad by W.n. Tarns for the
ionics before named in said Fi. Fa. by mart-;
a pgt dated 5th October, 1S(I3, recorded at Clear- j
8el4, is. Seized aod taken In execution, and to
bf sold as the property of Wm. Tarns, deceased. '
i Also A certain tract afland situate in Fergu- '
ho towoship, Clearfield oounty, Pa , bounded on '
the isst by lands of li. ii. .S'trnv, nnd on '.he
K-otb by Innds of il Bell aud Wm. Wise, on tho
wHtby Liwis McCracken and George William',
sorth by II. Swnn nud John Henry, in all about
U(l acres, with 50 nerej cleared, and a framo
4ellinn-h iuse erected thereon. Seized and t
kfti in execution and to bo sold as tbo property
tf Jnr.ies Ferguion " j
Also A certain tract of land situato in Pike
toansliip, Clonifield county, Pa., bounded by
biHj of Aliraham Bloom, Mosta N orris, and olh
trs, containing ten acres more or lor, with a two
tory frame house and frame stable ereeto I
tbereon. Seized and taken execution and ti bo
old as the property of John Morgan.
Awo A certain tract of land situate in IIuton
awnihlp, CleHrfiflJ county, Ta., tcunded by
Bun.lv ,t DuBuis, containing about 132 acre,
tbtat CO acres cleareJ, and having thereto orect
ti lou.e and barn. Seized and tnken in exo
caticn and lo be sold as the property of Charles
Also Two certain lota of ground situate in
Vw.ila, Pecatur township, Clearfield co,, Pa,
footing 100 feet on Curtin St., and runningback
liong Pruner street 150 feet to an alley, and
known in the plot of said Tillage as lots Nos. t
Ud 5, upon which there is erected a two-story
on. ne hou-e, unfinished, and a large frame (table,
til b other outbuildings. Sciivd and taken la
ueeution and to bo sold as the property of II.
Ai.so Three cerb.in tr.icti of Un I silunto in
Ejrofi.tr. tp., Clearfield Co.. Pa., fie "no thereof
sounded by lands of Geo Atrhinfnn, Jno Patchin
lad MeCr.y and others, with nne saw mill, threo
dwelling linuss and barn thereon erected, aud
ikout 25 acres cleared, and containing 300 acres
ore or less. Also Two hundred ncros more or
lss, warranted In name of Caleb Way, bounded
Tlrdsof Isehoovcr, John Patchin, Ebeneier
VIcMaitcr, and other. Also Ono hundred
am mure or lere bounded by lands of Pavid
Kct'ulloiigh, John Patchin, Wm. Keini nnd oth
4n, with leg. house erected thereon, and about
(ht acre cleared. Seized and taken In cxecu
tiun and to be sold as the prcperty of David F.
Ai.so All of defendant's interest In a certain
Irict or pioce ol land situate in Bradford town-
" ship, Clearfield county, rennylrania, bounded ns
'olljws: Beginning at a piue cornor rf Jacob
flrrey's purchase, thence east by same 144 per
Aes to corner on line of Wm, Shirey'i purchase,
thencce soulh by the same 108 perches to white
oik curnrr, thence West by Isaac Graham's pur-
, ehise 1 14 pcrchoa.to a post, thence north IM per.
to place of beginning, containing 141 acres and
"1 perches, and being same premises which John
PMrey pnrebased of Wm. Snnsom by deed dated
24th September, 1S38. Seizod and taken In exe
cution and to be told as the property of Isaac
Also A certain tract of Und situate in Tilnotn
'nship, Clearfield county, adjoining latida of
Jeo Kllitiger, John Eilgerand others, containing
V acres, 30 ef which are clenred, having tberoon
Wected a two elory frame house, log stable and
Joui'g orchard. Seined aud taken in execution
nd to be sold as the proporty of Geo. A. Bloom.
JACOB A. FAUST,
May 10 lo. Sheriff.
STRAY MARE. Came to the premise of
the subscriber In Brady lownslilp,' cn th
tb of May, instant an Iron Gray Mare, auppo.
to be about year old. The owner ia de
"d lo come forward, prove property, pay obar
e.( otherwise she will be disposod of a the
ALEX. DUNLAT, sen,
y io, I8j. jd.
MRS. II. J. IJF.HRV respectfully annotin
t ees that she will take a few Pupil in Vo
' and Piano MUSIC, to commence Monday
PfUd. Term, f 10 per quarter of 11 week.
A-IUoins at residence of J. L. Cuttle, Esq .
Clearfield, March 12, 1?C4.
U. S. 7.30 Loan.
Iho.aleof the flrst series of ftjOO.OOO.OOO
tl0 7 30 Loan w. 1., u
1 " 1jOU W8I cOtllMota.l nn 111 t.
Muroh. ISfl.l. T:. i. r n. . .. . .
- v v..
The,. U , . .onu.M,..r
s-arce Hundred Millions, payable thrse yoan
from the 13th day of Juno, im . boon n
mo in ol April,
U the ihorltjtnet of thirty day
over Uiii lluudrtd M!li;.,. ..t .1.: i....
ore .-(.(-leaving Ihu day leu tli nil Tr0 Hun
dred Millionn to lo dipuod or. Tl.o iotorest U
pnyablo ouii ninually in currency on tho 15tU
of December and 15th of J.ino by Couponi at-
tached tn nuh i t. ... , .
lacuea to eucn note, iiich nre readily caihed
anywhore. It amount! to
Ono ('cut cr day on n$.")0 note.
Two Cents " SlOOnoto.
Ton ' t
2) " K (l
$1 U (.
More and More
The Rebellion la suppressed, and the Govern-
tnont has already adopted moasuros lo rcdueo
expenditures as rapidly as potsiblo to a peace
footinf.lhaa withdrawing from market as bor.
Thi is the Only Loan in Market now effcr-
ed by tho Orvernment, and constitutes the ircat
Popular I.aan of tho rcoiile.
The Seven-Thirty Notes aro convertible on
their maturity, al tin option of thj holder, inU
U. S. 5-:0 Six Per Cent.
which nre nlay worth a premium.
FREE FltOM TAXATION.
The 7-30 Kot ( car.r.ot be taxed by Tow n.', Cit
ies, Count! ?i or State, and the in'.ereit is not
taxed unless en a surplus of tho owner's income
. exceeding six hundred
dollars a yenr. This fact
Increases their value from one to three per eont.
lflf annum, according to the rate levied on other
Loss than $200,000,000 of the Loan authorized
by the lsst Congress are now on the market.
This amount at the rate at wbic'i it is being ab
sorbed, will all bo subicribed for within two
months, when the notes will undoubtedly com-
mand a premium, ns has uniformly been tho case
on closing the subicriptions to other Loans. It
Mine feme jtmluble that no emuiil'-mldr annum
hiyund the jxcinU m,iV k-,71 If off in it te lu.A
In order that citizens of every town and see-
Con of the Country inny bo afforded facilitii s for
tnk'rg tho loan, tho National Ranks, State Banks
nnd Privato Bankers throughout tho country
have generally cgreed to receive subaeriptio.is
at par. Subscribers w 111 select their own agents
In whom th y 1 rue confdt nee, and who only nre
to be responsiblo for the delivery of the notes for
which tley receive order".
Fcs'crt irTlc Acr.r, Philadelphia.
May 1st, 1S03.
Subscriptions will he nrrivA hj (he
County National Rmtk of CIoarileM,
First National Hank of Cloariiol'l,
First National Rank of Curwensvillo,
. , ,i
i ii ixnsrtiK's NOTici',.-oticrt
I V. given that the following accounts I;
examined and passed ny me, and remain hle.1 M
recora in tins omcc ior mo inspection oi ncirs,
legatees, creditors, and nil others in nny way
interoste 1, nnd will be prcsontcd to the next
Orphnns' Court of Clearfield county, to be held
at the Court II uso i.i tho borough of Cleuniild,
commencing on tho Third Monday of June,
lfifii, for confirmation and allowance.
1. The final account of Win. King, one of tho
administrators of John King, lato of llumside tp
Cburlicld cernty, deceased.
2. The final account nt Joseph II. Jones, ad
ministrator of Panie! Will, Uto of M rris twp.,
Clenrfiel I county, decensed.
3. The account of John MeQuilken, guardian
of Ilenry II. liurd, jr., and Wilson A. Kurd, uii -
nor child, en of Caroline Nurd, deceased.
I 4. The account of Win. Feath. guardian of Re
. becca S. Klinger, late Rebecca 8. Rartae, dee'd.
6. The final account of U. W. MeCully, etecu-
lor of the lart will and testament of Joseph II. :
fi. The final account of Peter M. Smith, ad
miiiistrator of all and singular the goode and
chattels, rghts nnd credits, which wero of Jacob
L. Smith, lata of Clearfield county, deceased.
7. The nccount of l'nniel Gorman, nne of llio
administrators of John King, late of Burnsilo
township, Clearfield ciuaty, deceased.
8. The final ncconnt of S. P. Wilson, adininis
trutor of James C. Grubnm, lalo of Ern.lford tp.,
I). The aenonnt of J. T. Leonard, Guardian of
E.-thcr and Wilson Calhcart, minor chil.lron of
James Catheart, deceased.
10. The nccount of Daniel Stewart, trustco of
the estato of .S'atuuol Harrier, deceased.
I. G. LIAR .ER, Knitter.
Register's Offi.-e, May 17, 1S05.
TIIH MATTIiH of lb cstnlo of Joseph
W.CIawson. late of llumside township, Clear-
tied county, deceased. Ail persons interested
aro hereby notified that Real Estato to the amount
of Three Hundred Dollars haa been appraised
and set out to the widow, Catharine Slnwson, un
der the Acts of As'c -bly giving to widows $10 0,
which rpprnisement was returned to tho Orphan's
Court of Clearfield county, at March term, 1S0S,
an d confirmed m. si.; and unless exceptions nre
Clod and sufficient reason shown against said
confirmation, will be confirmed absolutely nt
June term, ISfiS. I. G. IMRGEK,
Rcgistor' Office, May 17. Cl k of O. C.
i hereby eiven that l etter of Administra
tion on the estate of George Kephart, late of Do-
..In, tnmmrr. .!.!.. .1 , t 1 i.l 1 .
catur township, deceased, have been granted lo
tne unaeratgnerj. All person inrtcbtod to said es
tate are requested to aiake immediate payment,
and all persona having claims against tho same
will present them duly authenticated for settle
ment. SIMON KEAHART,
Way 10 fit-pd. Administrators.
Ko. 70.1, Chestnut tlrret,
rpniS HOTEL la ple.sanUy situated on the
X North fide of Chestnut street, a few doors
above Seventh. Its central lecation makes It
particularly desirable f person visiting the
City on business or pleasure.
CHAS. M. ALLMOND,
Ap. 6, 156J. t m. Mnnager.
fTTIlUHHAM, Hon. SAMUEL LINN. Pres.
of idont Judge ftho Court ..f Common Pleas
' f tho twenty fifth Judicial District, composed of
nf h MiiU..nl...t i .... ' . ' '
ui -...v.ta ui i irurut'i'i . i en ire ild.i
. "ml tho Hon. JAMES Hl.onu i II,... IVA t
'"vo il,l,"p 'heir utecopt, to tno dircctod, C.r tl,o
,T. 1 L,"rt "a On.hnu'i
inns, Court of Over
"' Toruiinor, slid Court of (lenernl Jail Delivery,
... .' , .,. " v,'"lBI' 'a ul,u uf ''"
- v v uuiu, on mo
Third M,ioy (10M da') of June. 1805.
ft O rich 15. tlierefoio licnihv rlvmn
Coror.er. Juliets of tho l'eaoe, und Constablei.,
In and Icr said county of Clearfield, to appear in
tlifir proper persons, with their ltolls, Records,
'-"uiiuniioiis, aim ottier Uemeiu-
bninces. to do those things which to their offices,
"!"'.'? ,huir behalf, pertain to bo done.
-ii unuor my nana at Ucarliold, this 1 0th
d iy of Mv. in the venrof nor i.i
thousand eight hundred and sixty -five
JACOB FAUST, A'Aen.
VALUAHLK RKAI, ESTATE !
Py virtuo of an order and docreo of the Or
phan's Court of Clearfield county, there will bo
einnstii to PiihlSn Ktitn Ku ..u,.ru n ik. n I
House in Clearfield, on ' i
TllCSlhy, tl)C 23.1 of JllIlC, inGj,!
at 1 o'clock, P. M of nai l day, the folloninirdes-I
, , 0J .'' "V' 1 A 1 U" l,r"Pty
iieii j oi uiiuu iviitfon. diit.iii4rtii. i.i i,i
All that certain tract or pioce of land, iltimln
in tho valley nf Sinneutiihotiini;. Huston town- I
ship, Clearfield countv. l'a.. a.li
,:iir,y, Uuinos, and others, hnvins thereon a 1
, frame dwelling house, a barn, oruharJ, and other i
.improvement. The land is of good nuality and
iu good state of cultiration, euntaiiiiug 201 aoies,
aud l:iO perches,
I U1' J- - I A ....... I
I ao Liinaui naif une-tami ol tho pur
I cnaso money on nana, ana the ba.nnee in mo 1
equal annual installments frem date uf confirma
tion of sale, with interest, to bo secured by bond
uuu morigigo on IU9 preuures.
Mjy 17th, 15Ci-tds. Trustee.
Valuable Real Estate !
VIRTUE OK AN ORDER OF TRE 011-
phnn's Court of Clearfield cout.tv. there will
bo exposed to 1'LBLIC fc ALE, nt Lcconto's Mils,
Wednesday, 3Ut day of May, 10.";,
All those two certain tracts of land situate ia Hi
rard townthip, Clearfield county, Ono piece be
ginning at a gum, thence east' 247 perches to a
white oak, thence north Ij.'i perches to stones,
thence w est 240 perches to chestnut, tboace south
la place of beuluning, containing 21D acres and
j jo percnes. ine ouier piece b eginning at a stone
jc irtnr. thence south 6 nnd 5-tontbs perches to
Intones, theneo wost'JO porches to beginning, con
taming ii) acres more or leis, being part of No.
TERM 5 One fifth cash at sn'e.nnd ono-third
to bo secured for Culharino Lcigy, widow ; and
one half of tho balance e-nth nt eonfirm ition of
ule. and tho rcioair.ilcr in ono year, to bo so
burtd bv bond aud uiortgaire.
May 1(1 pd. HUBERT LEIiiY,
SPEC. A I. ANNOUXCKM F.NT !
E. A II. T. ANTHONY A CO.
- Manufac'rs of Pliotograjil.if Matorials,
Wllol.rsAI.R A t'.I TAIL,
soi, nnoADWA r. .v. -.
In ad liti..n to our main bualnrsi cf rhoto-
graphic Materials, we are Headquarters lor tho
following, VZ ;
j Stcrrosrojics anl XliTrosrnpic View.'
J Of those wo have nn immense axsortincnt, ia
i eluding War Scenes, Aiiicrie.in ar.d Foreign Cit
I ies and Ltn.l.capcs, Uronpt, Statuary, etc. Also.
Hevolving Stereoseopcs, for public or private ex
.hiliition. Our t.'afaloguo will hi sent to any ad
dress on receipt of stump.
I I'hofDfjrajihii' Albums !
1 We were tho flr.-t to intro.luoo theo Into tho
' United Stat.-s, end wj tnunulaetore iinoieno
iiinntitivr in great variety, rnnjing inpr'ce from
.'.0 cen'j" to ..tl earh. Our ALBUMS hive tho
roputotion of beini superior in bet uty and dura
bility to any others. They will be scut by mail
r Hth, on receipt ofprico. T.fif'Fiuo ALBUMS
made to order.-Q s
'"''f PhotO(jr,llh.1 .'
Our Cnlalnguo now embraces over 6000 dif-
f,.rnt subject, t,. wlii..h ..l liiinn. ,.P.. ,;,, - .
tinuslly made, of Portraits of Eminent Ameri
: cans, etc., viz : about
100 Mnjor-Gi neials,
I 275 Colonels,
I 40 Artists,
75 Navy Officers,
I2j Stage Pictures,
i0 Prominent Women,
.1,0.10 Copies of Work of Art.
including reproduction of the most celebrated
Engrnvings, Painting", Statues, etc. Catalogues
sent on receipt of Stamp. An order for Ono Do
xrti Pictures from our Catalogue will be filled on
the receipt of f 1 SO, anil sent by mail,, puke.
Photographers and others ord ?ring goods C. O.
I. will please remit 2i per cent, with their order.
f.(t the prices and quality of our goods ean-
""t '"' satisfy
Apr 12 .Jin a k co.
t;CTIMX!CI''.l. The undersigned, having
been Lieenned nn .urti,,nc-r, would inform
the eiliztna of Clcnrfii Id county that ho will at
tend to callirg Rules, In nny part of tho county,
whenever called upon. Charges moderate.
Address, J.l.MKS II. T I It X E R .
ylpril ID. pd. Woodland I'o.. Clonrfiold c.. l'a.
N. II. Porsons calling sales without a proper
license aro subject lo a penalty of $'i0, which
provision will beonforced against those who may
violate thn same.
f". IAN ) FOR SALE. A pian
made hy I.oud
1 of Philadelphia, is offered for salo.
$130 cn. npply to Mr. B. J. Perry at the'houso
0f J. li. CUTTLE,
May .1, ISfii-.IL
STRAYED OR STOLEN from the counter r
:ho subscriber, TWO BOOKS, one entitled
'Ancient Vy.hology ," nnd the othor, "Self Con
tradictions of tho Bible." Any Christian, or
Christian' son, that took or stole them, will
please return them to the subscriber, or tho sub
scriber must consider that Christians will steal.
, S. II. LAUGH LIN.
Clearfield, May 3. ISoj.-pd.
i DMIMSlt! ATOR'S XOTIC'K. Notice
is brrebv (riven that I.ettnrs nf A.lministra-
A J r .
...in hnnn .MnlA.I tn lltn i,ii .1 ..a i tn n .1 nn tlm '
estate of Titus II. Rowles, late of Lawrence twp.,
Clearfield county, decensol : th. roforo all per
sons Indebted to raid estate are roquirod to make
immediate payment, and those having demands
against the aaine will prosent. the in duly aulhen-
ticated for settlement
M. ROWLES, Adm'r.
May .I, lSG5,-pd.
t DMIMSTItAIOK'S KdTlC'li-Notice
j is hereby givon, that Lrttor of Administra
tion on the estate of Ren). F. Carr, lato of Law-1
rence township, Clearfield county, Pa., deceased,!
having boon granted to the undorcigneJ, ell per j
son indebtod to said estate nre required to make
immediate payment, and those having claims,
against the same will present them duly au'.henti-'
oated for aottletnent
EDWARD WILLIAMS, Adm'r,
ELIZABETH CARR, Adm'rr.
May 3, 18051
i GENTS WANTED To ell the groat work,
J " LIKE AND DEATH
IN REBEL PRIS
ONS." Soldier, Ladles, any one nan sell It.
H. E. GOODWIN,
Ap li-'f 5- lm. f yracuie, If, '.
Yu'u'le'',ncr oflico, Un Wodnosdny anj Tbura
lUll21th, l',nd 2',lh d-' cf "Ib
'Jm Hoard litv. .l;...,...i .1. ... ii ..
-"'vUiiutu um. Bi new iinnn.
WlltS inUlit BPpCar Lt fori) thft ..finrJ unit tivmliiAa
,hu!r "w"rn 8,1"t""l il'"S ramc "of 1 Voldlor,
rfS"nont ""'! company; vrhon omisted ; tho
i "' wim ago ana lex ot oneli :
I'll' Y IUMUOU ai 130 lime C I
oi.liMinent, and their preaont re.idenco: and Hint
moiowiimip iu wniKi, iiu.y roMdod at tho timoof
Mie H wnnouv tue uiuin of Biirport for herH:f .. T "'i"'euii oi ine Act ol fongroj onti- rr"""" '"'""'"""i wmnge oountr, . Y., at
audcbildien, who are dependent upon her ' Ut'd fn Ac to Pru,,i,I NieiiBl Curreney, e- P year, payable In adtanoe). Uack nnm
Two witnoaioi of credibility, from tho townaliin c'""irbf l,Uia f Unitod Slatvt bonds, to pro- bor',' or "PPlomenU, containing the chapter al
in which ahe resides, inii.t l. r,i...S vi,1 fur ?1'8 elwl'tion and redemption thereof." iJ Publ'hod. will bo furnifhed t, fubscrihors.
whose rertilieatn. . i i,r..... L.
' frih that the applicant is tho person sh'o en r
ton-Mi hcrsolf ta be; that the BtHtoininent oft he
number and ago of ber family is true : that she
eircumstnneos and bor familv in
nt ; and that all the Huts ct forlU iii iher
application aro jn.t ntd true.
r containing theso rcquiitiona csn bo ob
tained at the otfice ur h.a kA.,.i .. i(....r
application i mudo and the witnesses niipo'nr.
I May. 2, IStli. y, Si niUDLliV, Clk.
f.i.. lull. tir --. . .
GREAT FALL IN PRICES!
AT 1 it K
t;tp (Clollnnn lrt
Orand opening nf Sprin Clothlntr thisdav.
Orand oneiiini; of Snrinir l'l.. Il.ii. :. H.i. ,1,...
Oraad opening of Spring Cb.lhinir tnis dav.
. . " . - -pi n
Grand oponirgof Spring Clothing this day,
At Rcizcnato n I'.ro's Extensive Clothing storo,
At Reizentoin lire's Extensive ('lothing storo,
At lteizensti in liru's Kxtoiiivo Clothing storo,
At Keizenttein Bro's Kxtennive Clothing store,
The largest and best selected stock in town,
Tho largest nui best selected stock in town,
The largest and best selected stork in town,
Tho largest und best selected stock in town,
rurnifhing Goods, I'ats .1 Caps,
I'tirni.-biiig Goods, Hats A Caps,
1'uriiifliing Good', Hats A Cups,
Furnishing G od, Huts A Caps,
Trunks, Valine A Traveling Bags,
Trunk, V lisea A Traveling Bags,
Trutil.v, Vulii-es A Traveling Bugs,
Trunks, 'nli.c A Truvoling Begs,
At prices low tiir the Union,
Al prirta low for the times,
At prices low for the times.
At prices low lor the timcN,
Our old cunti.tiu rs do not
need an invitation, Our old customers do not
need an invitation, Our old cuktuwers do not
need an invitation, Our old customers du uot
need an invitation, To others we say,
Ca 1 and examine our Mock,
Call and examine our sto.-k,
Call and examine our slo.-k,
Cull nod examine our stock,
Ect'ori' jiiiivliasiit Elsewhere,
Kefore tiircliasiur Klso-wlu-rc,
Ei'l'oro pureliasitisr Elsewhere,
Fancy Goods Constantly on Hand.
It E I Z E N STEIN BK O Til t'BS.
May 3, 'fij-ly.
A Free S1ioav
In Cleauiieli) !
AT TIIK CIIKAP STORK OF
IJ0V.T0, bUOiVKRS Si (JKAIIAM.
And Very Chca
0YNTON, SHOWERS A GRAHAM sue-
cfNsors to Iloynton A Showers rosppctfully
nnnoiinco to tho public that they are now opcu
nig nn extensive assortment oi
8 U M Al E II G O 0 I) S
At tho old stand in Graham's new building which
they i.fl'ir to sell at astonishingly low price,
(considering their cost !) for cu.-h or approv
ed country produco. Their atock of
CANNOT BR SLMtrASSEDl
Customers can there'flnds
CALICOES WITH FASt'cOI.ORS I
M USLINS ! DEL A I X ES ! LA W NS
CLOTHS! CASSIMEILS ! VIuSTINOS
LA 1)1 ES' SUA W L ? ! G E N TS 'SHAWLS!
HATS ,t CATS ! HOOTS k SIIOF.S !
CALTETS k LUL-CLOTIIS1
OUIt STOCK OF
IS UNEXAMPLED IN STYLE j
AND VARIETY, embracing !
NOTIONS! NOTIONS! NOTIONS ! ,
, ,, - , . , -. . .
i Scarfs I Iload-Nels! ecli-Ties!
Satchels ! Port Monnaies ! Brushes !
Photographic Alliums !
nr-Es. totucco ,t segarsi
TERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS !
Or anything else in the Notion Lino !
Queens Avar c,
All of tho best quality, and selected with special
regard to the trado of Clearfield county.
AI F. ROYNTON,
Clearfield, May 10, 1301.
I1AY L'l. ALL persona indebted to
Kkkrt Josurn for professional services or
otherwise, are requested to call on the subscri
ber, at hi office in Frenchvillo, and ettle wilb
out delay for bow is the time to are eosU
F. F. COUTERET, t. r.
.May 3, 1S5. 3t
IVISH SALT and TLASTER in large quan
l1 titles, at J. p. KRATZER'3.
March 22, ISC5.
- ,. ""'DiNwm, )
' w I " """"m ""J?' 1 TRB!""ir. f
n aclllllL'lon Mureh ?n ! 1 RAT. I
-w-w. . . : j
to Appear tlmt Tiik (Ji.nvir Viti,.u..
.i.cAiinKi.n, in Uib borouph of Ck-drOold
. .. . ,' '
I I i i . ..uurjunnini
, , " duly. orKa"";)J under and in nceordunco
npprcvod June .1, 18BI. and hns ci,innli..il ;!. all
! 0 VTovhu,n.ct "l M bo complied with be-
.? cul"lue"l!l"S buoiuota of banking under
, c,,t - .
. ' iui.vui.i.oiioh, womp-
n-l f ' tllrrcncy- ',0 hereby certify thnt
! ? c,"""!f Aiioiin JJnub of Clearrid, in the
1 ""uei'i. iu uio couuiy ui (.learticlJ,
ni"l h'"t of rennivlyanU. is authoriiod t'i com.
! ,"f"C biisinefs of basking under the Act
I In "'iliy wherof, wltnefi my hand and leal
ofoff.co tliis ?d day of March, 1 803.
Mnr.S tf. Comptroller of the Currency.
A Lb persons indebted to the undersigned, or
iV to the firm of PASSMOKE A STKVK v
are requpstca to cnuicr forward and sjttli wilbout
delay. Now is the time to save costs.
i. C. l'AKSMORE.
Clearfield, April 1!
4 l)MlMSTAT(llf! NtHICi:.Notl.e
Jl is hereby given that lofers of administra.
.uou on mo csliito or W. 11. .Vatteann, late of Fox
tp., Clearfield co , dee'd, having been grantod to
uieuiuiiiriij;neu1uii persons indebted to said citato
'lr0 rniuei-tcd t undo iminediiito pnvment. nn,l
! those liavini' claims HL'.iii.t thn ..,n a,in ....,...
, . . . ........ p. vuuh
cthm duly authenticated for settlement.
C. I). KELT,
.May 2, Ct pd. Administrator.
ti RUAT 1 MPROV KM EN TS IN
-KBRt-ittV 4ri, IsC
'A"y 4T"' l5CJ'
Pl'Oaihvnj- New York
W'lsliiturtnn i I-,.,, t I'a(m,
.l.Mlllliilon Mleet, Lostoil.
MACHINE 13 CONSTRUCTED ON
entirely new principles cf ii.eclmnisin. no.
sc-sing ttuiny rare nnd valuable improvements,
.11111115 ui-i-ii exainincu oy tue most pn.r. und ex-
perts, and pronounced to be SIMPLICITY and
It has n straight noodle, perpendicular action,
makes tho LOCK or SHUTTLE slitch, which
will neither rip or ravel, and is uliko on both
sides; performs perfect sewing on every d.scrip-
tion ef inateri.il, from Leather to the finest Nan-
scolt Muslin, wiih cotton, liten, from thecoars-
CM It tho finest number.
i ! V i ?T f neirllKP Cum nn- r....l 1 . 1. .
-.- "v i. " ill-l I, III1U ltS
cat i.osmIiIo friction, it runs as smooth as ndam.
and is pio..l.:.fieiillv
.1 XOISELESS MACUISE!
It requires Fifty per cent, less ii.iwer lo ilrii-n
j n ..... .,,,, Ifc .tvnuwi-, ITlbUOUfc I
fatigue or injury to health. I
Iis strengfli und Wonderful Simplicity of con- !
sinui'on reo.iers ir nimost rrposMbla to get out
of ordsr, and is (i'lnrauteed by tlio company to
give entire snti-faetion.
Wc respectfully invite all those who may de
sire to supply tlunisulves with a superior article,
to come and examine this l.n rival led Mr.rliine.
But in a more especial manner do wo eulicit the
Hoop Skirt Man-
i! lite Hirers,
Shirt it Ro.iom
Religious and Charitable Institutions
libetaliy delat with.
ritu-Ks or UAeniMR rourLSTR j
No 1, Family Machino, with Ilemgr, Feller
ami Braider, $
No. 2, Small Manufacturing, with Extension
(No. :t. Large Manufacturing, with Extension
! No. 4, L'ge Manufacturing, for Lcathor, with
Honing toot nnd Oil Cup, 100 j
Ono hall hour'a instruction is sufficient to enable i
uny person to work this inachino to i
their entire satisfaction! j
fr-Agents wanted fcr nli towns In the Tnitod t
States, whero Agents aro not already ostablishod.'
Also for Cuba, .Mexico, Contral and S uth Amor- ,
ca, to whom a liberul discount will bo given, 1
I Terms invariably Cash on delivery. -fi.
T. J. McAUTHl'K k, CO.
5.10. EROADW Y. N. Y.. 552 WASHINGTON
ST., Boston, 720, CHESTNUT ST., Pliila.
A. A Co. l-'ob. J-ly.
EORGE FAI.K takes thij method of inform. !
,,JS1 i,w nill. llllVU ,'l V II 11 I Ill-Ill louiiijr loal,
. ho has refitted and reopened the hotel forinorly
. kept by E. Schreiser, at Coxestown, where ho!
! will tuko cspecinl pains to render satisfaction to
all who favor him with their patronage,
Coxestown, April 12, '05. drsly.
rpiin person who somo timo ago got a BUF
J. FA LO ROBE marked " S. Mitchell," would
confer a favor by returning the mini tn the sub
JAS. L. LEAVY.
Mar. 1 tf.
Vl'('TIOM:i;H. The subscriber having
taken out a License for crving vendaos
' and othor Public sales, either in English or Ger
man, rospectfull oilers his acrvico to hi follow
eiti7ens, and will attend to all call ftotn anv
part or the countv. on the shortest notice either
verbally or by letter, and upon tho most reason,
able terms. When so desired, he will furnish '
the Clerks and complete nil the bu-iscs connect
ed with tho sale. JOSEPH II. JONE.
Kylcrtown, P. 0., Mar. 1, IStij. ly. pd.
rillLADELnilA l ERIE RAILROAD.
VI IS great line traverses the Northorn nnd
Northwestern counties of Pennsylvahia to
loo cny oi r.rio, on iinKO i.no.
Il liAii linen Irniied hv thn i.MHut-ii,iiVi ...7
roo Comiany, nnd is operated by them.
Its entire length was opened for passenger aud
freight business, Get. J i th, lno I.
Time nf Pui'rnner Train nt Emporium,
I Mail Train, 3:20 A. M. 3:40 P. M.
j Warren Accom. Train, - - M.
Curry Accoui. No. 2, - . M.
Corry Accom. No. 4, - . M.
I I.EAVB WKhTWAItn.
I Mail Train, 11:0 - - A. M.
I Warren Accom. Train, - . -M.
' Corry Accom. No. 1, - - M.
I Corry Accom. No. 3, ... M.
Ptssengor Car run through witiioi'T crasoi
both way between Philadelphia and Erie.
' Elegant Sleeping Car on Mail Train both
rays, between Phi!adclphia and Look Haven,
' and on Williamsport and Elmira Express Train
! between W lliamsport and Baltimore.
I tor it. formation rospocting Passengor business
a dy at the Cor. 3Cth and Market avcet.
I .nd for Freight business of the Company'
A nits, 8. R. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Markot
I , Philadelphia j I
Ji W. Reynolds' Erie,'
, J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R. Baltimore
, II. II. H'JLBTOH, Gen 'I Freight Ag't, Phila.;
i II. W. owis.ittn, Uon T Tickot Ag't, Phila.
I Jo. D. Potts, GenT Manager, Williamsport.
:- Jan. 11, 1K65.
OEKD POTATOES. A perior l.rt ftn tale
at J. P. KRAIZLR'S. J
April 26,'6j lm.
TUB HISTORY OF
PROTESTANT PRIESTCRA FT
Europe & Annate a.
d, in the TS N0W BEIN PUBUSHKD IV COXSEC
ylvnnia, -- ut,vo "il)eri of the fanner Ai'7A, (an in-
- , v "V' I
""Pdont weekly newspaper, puJ,,hod by O. J.
' JHntnry Contains a full exnoanrn r V.
Velu81,,ons to the protended "Iteronnn-
) und" alrln " I-uther, ilenry VIII.,
C-rnnuicr and Cromwell, by a truthful liisUry.of
y ; r-- riouuwi m turopo,
?ca to.,ho 'migration of the Pharisaio Puritans
y America An account of their persecutions nf
-"i.i-( uwuce, ana oiuor Jjisnenf.
or'" ftew England, the Blue Laws and H'itnh.
C"'., Tl'e"c,,'.util,nf of f inters tmu the Stuto
..'.iiiLiuit in v irir ill in nriufi tt I t i... .
Tl . - .... . w.
JJ'6-TIie severance of Churoh and State at the
Cm.!!.. ..f .L.I'.I. t... .
wiiii. ouiius uoTosn:uent, op.
posed by the popular clergy of that day-Thoir
cfTorts and those of their progeny, to restore po
litical power to the clergy by an attempted union
of Church and State-the Conititution of the
i-uueu niaies, ana most of the
.VtHtrti In iU
Tay' '".'J ,ho ruI"itUi'nt conspir oy of the clcr-ry
louicrinrow our lormer uaoov iv.tn.n ..r r,.
government the various means employed from
tho first perversion of Sunday schools, ond the
Anti-Sunday Mail movement, down to the soirure
and eiibver.iou of the common eohools, uadeinica
andcolleges, from instiiullons of learui.!;; to en
gincs oi ignorance fur the enslavement ot he
minds or the ruing generations to the dogradln,
df.gmas of the clergy-the rise and results of
ftntive Amerisaniain, Maina-Lawlsm, Know No-
imn8",.m ADoliiionisir., and the various other
lunul'cistiii ol friestcralt.
A l ..... .1
""""111 suoscriD. WllO W h tn ..,.;..
themselves with historical fact of the greatest
value at the present time, or to arm themselves
with argument to oppose Puritanio Priestcraft,
wh eli, in addition to all othcrcursos it has inflic
ted upon our country, has now involved us 'n the
most torriblo sectional war, and throatcas to fob.
low it w th a sectarian crusade far mora awful,
unless arrested by the dissemination of document
exposing its character and obiocts. sueh . th
ftl,tbor to make this hintory uselul in
rTJ'1"1""8- r "' Proved to
bo aliko antagonistic to the true Christian reli-
fi ' IH:PulBr ,10l!ry. andthe puhlio peace und
j prosperity; and the political clergy are also pro-
I V?V ,hu "yan,s of A'atan, instoad of minisf rs
f'1'19 'rlnc of t,ace, and their iufluence "evil,
and only evil continually." Patriots will find .1
perusal ef its pago of irreat advanta?eln enal..
lioS 'J'oai light the bvdra-beadud monster
thl,t mifi b 'lain before we can hope for pcaco
",m I:r"'""o" cicivn and religious liberty ia
' our 0;)un'ry.
This History will also soon bo publishod in book
form witB PPr oovors at 1$, and in good cloXb
"skin covers at $1 50 :o $2. At these price it
i Wl" bo ent to any addross In the United States,
postage freo. Every intelligent patriot should
tive a copy, and nftw reading lend it to hi
""nJ sBd neighbor.
I J-Addrcss, enclosing payment. O. J TIukKa
.M IU ll lC til ITI1 . (llDl.M ...,.H... AT V r .
" ,.wutiif i,, z,
i Purchased since
tho lato declino
in rices. 5T
J- P. A' Ii A TZ U R,
Front Street, above the Academy,
Now offers a very largo stock of
a reduction of l.'i tit 40 na.ni tnntin.
DRESS GOODS in groat variety.
Merinocs, Ginghams, Cloths, Delaine, Print,
Ca-aiincres, Alpacas, Silks, Satinots, Rep,
Cashmeres, Tweeds, Cobergs, Mohair, Jeans,
Lanellas, Muslim, Flunneis, Bonnots, Rib
bons, Cloaks, Balmoral Skirt, Hoop
Skirts, Shawls, Dress Trimming,
Head Nets, Caps, Corsets, Glove,
Collars, Scarfs, Gronidiae Voils,
Coats. Pants, Vests, Over-Coats, Gont' Shawl
Shirts, Hats, Cap, Under-Shirt and
Drawers, Roots, Shoes. Guia
Shoos, Cravats, GIovo
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. OUO
CEUIES &. MUSICAL GOODS.
Tea, Coffeo, Sugar, Molnsies, Salt, Candle, Rloe,
Flour, Bacon, Fish, Tobacco, Kalsins,
Currnnts, Spice, Cracker,
Wines, lirnndies, Via
egar, Oils, Var
TIN-WARE. GLASS-WARE. WOUDEaV
WAUE, anti STATIONERY.
Carpets, Oil-cloths, Dniggot, Looking Glasses,
( locks, Churns, Washboards, Tubs, Rack
ets, Flat Irons, Pans, Window Blinds,
Wall -paper, Coal Oil Lamps, Um
brellas, Bedcords, Knives nnd
Forks, Spoons, Crocks, and
T-All of which will be sold on the most rea
sonable terms, and tho highest market price paid
lor Grain, Wool, and all kind, efeonntry produo.
I - mm .l.i! .1 V.r .h IT 1 Uil t
S BLASTER. 90,000 Pounds
of Plaster in Clearfield
For Sale by
Fcb'y 15, 3 L
JAS L. LEAV7.
MAINE STREET. CtTBtVKWSVTT.T V V
Mia. WM. A M ASOV Prnnnniw...
rpiIISlong established and well known H0
X TEL, situated in tha west end of tho towi.
has boen reinoddled, enlnrf ed and improved, and
me proprietrossrespectlitlly announce to her nu
merous friends, aud to tbo travelling publie, that
she ia now preparod t accommodate all who may
favor her with a call,
Ample, snfe aud comfortable stabling Is at
tached to the preruisos, nd trusty attendant
will always be ou hand. Charges modorate.
No. 4.11 Market atrect, north ldefc
Rave now opn their usual handsome vwrferyof
ttibtrons, Jlonnrv JTatenals,
Sttaw A Fancy Bonnets,
Ladies A Mis Hatx.,
Flower, Ruebets Lace,'
and all other articles required by th
Hy ling experience ard strict attention titbit
branch of business exolusirely, we flatter our-
! solves thnt we can offer inlu isVionU, in variity,
i-lvla minttlw an.l mn.l.i,..J KM... n. .-
where to be found. The attention cf Mill nor
ij ...v a iw....i in., m.ij.
and Merchant is respeutfulty solioiud.
.9-Particular ittcntibn pail to fluioi orders.
April 6, IMS. 2 m.