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WEbstBDAY HoaNiNO:::July 25, 18CC.
Democratic State Ticket.
Of Berks county.
Democratic County Ticket.
T. J. McCULLOUGH, of Clearfield
(iabjaet th action or th District eonrautieu.)
FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGES,
JACOB WILUFXM, of Graham.
lAilUEL CLYDE, of Lawrence.
HENRT STONE, of Clearfield.
JOHN A. L. FLEGAL, of GoBhen.
"We publish on our first page this
wek Another Veto Meosago from
President Johnson. The dis-union
party seems to hare great attachment
for bureaus, especially this negro con
cern, which they have now passed
over the President's Veto. This new
Negro Bureau bill is gotten up for the
purpose of furnishing electioneering
funds for the Eadicals. It is the in
tention to plunder the Treasury of
millions of dollars, ostensibly to feed
nd cloth the negroes, but the real
purpose is to collect a large corrup
tion fund to use in carrying elections.
These Negro Bureau bills are the
channel by which the peoplo are to be
Tobbed and the public Treasury de
pleted. The bill was passed through
both houses by a two-third vote, with
ut debate. The majority do all their
legislation by secret caucuses, and
merely vote in their respective halls
as a matter of form. This method of
legislation is adopted to prevent pub
lic debute and controversy over the
iniquitous measures introduced by the
Loyally and Treachery,
These two appellations, that stink
in the nostrils of every patriot, seem
to travel together, and lately are ofttrn
found to dwell in the same bosom.
"Whenever we bear an individual boast
of his "loyalty" we always look for
the other treachery and in eight
coses out of ten, our suspicions are
verified, because like that other rule
that always holds good the meaner
the prostitute the louder she proclaims
her virtue so with "loyalty," those
who possess tho least, proclaim it the
oudest. We aro lead to these re
marks, in looking over the names of
the dis union ticket. Geary, the can
didate for Governor, is a renegade
Democrat 5 Scofield, for Congress, do.;
Chase, for ASBembty, do.; Hoover, for
Commissioner, do., and the President
of both the State and county Conven
tions Covode and Carlile all have
betrayed their friends and Hold their
birthrights for a mess of pottage. The
dis-union pill which the people aro
called upon to swallow this full is
therefore a compound of loyalty and
treachery, sugar-coated "Union Re
publicanism," while in fact its leaders
belch for treason at every breath.
Slandering the "Government."
There is a fellow in Congress from
ois, named Ingersoll, who has
lately became more slanderous of the
President, than even the dog, Forney.
In a 6pecch delivered in the Rump
Houso Inst week, Ingersoll denounced
President Jehnson as a "rebel," "Cop
perhead," "madman" and "traitor,"
nd stated he would "as soon trust a
boll in a china shop as Andrew John
ion with power and patronage." Kel
ly, of this State, shouted "Amen"
while this loyal blackguard was abu
sing "the best Government ever de
vised by man." Reader 1 of such is
loyalty. One yoar ago all such lan
guage was rank treason ; now it is
loyalty. Bah I
Five Million SoMEwnEBE. The
a j r . t
CUlVer fraud was Up in the 2CW York
COurtsone) dav Wtpeplr A n art mf '
was anaae io remove tno assignees,
nd appoint a receiver instead. This
was resisted by the counsel for Cul
ver & Co.; but it came out that over
(.korge B. Goodlandkr, Editor.
15,000,000 had passed through the S. Supreme Court, and one of Lincoln's
lands of the firm, for which no ae- warmest supporters, baa written a
unload been rendered. Rather long letter endorsing President John
' ' 'tcii and the Philadelphia Convention.
Motrins tht While tYnthrr. I
Only two of the Federal office-hold
ere of tide county had the nerve to!
nhow themselves at the Disunion Con
vention in this placo last week. Their
absence will bo claimed as evidenco of
their support of the President's recon
struction policy. This will never do,
gentlemen. You cannot deceive "the
Government" in thin way. In speak
ing of "the Government," Lincoln
once said that tho man who remained
silent when ho heard tho Administra
tion assailed, should bo marked as an
enemy. So you maj' os well display
yo-ir true colors. Tho President is
bound to have his offices filled by his
friends. If you are not honestly and
sincerely friends of his policy, you
must give place to those who aro.
Thcro are plenty of such at hand, and
better Republicans than you ever
were. We could name several re
turned soldiers some of them miiuiB
an arm or a leg who are quite as fit
as you are to fill these fat places, and
in whoso support the President can
fully rely. So, gentlemen, you had
better stand aside.
The V, S. Senator ship.
Our readers aro well aware that
Cameron, Curtin aud Forney have an
nounced themselves throughout the
State as tho Disunion candidates for
United States Senator. They have
been writing letters, making speeches,
and blowing generally over this ques
tion. A number of individuals, who
evidently think more of the negro
than they do of white men, have
trotted out Thad. Stevens for the
same position. Thad. has fired a red
hot shot into the Disunion candidates,
in tho following style :
'I believe that office (when tendered) ii not to
be declined without (ulna strong reason. But it
has been 017 ouifiion that do mail hould make
himself a candidate tor it, or take any part in the
canvass, a person nt lor thai position oujrlit to
be discoverable without notice from himself or
recognised agent. This, however, is a matter of
Uute, about which there it a difference or opinion,
and ii not Intended as a criticism upon otheri, but
only to account for my own course.
This is about the kind of an apology
one fellow would give another, after
having spit in his face. "Loyalty" is
truly a great thing.
Left Too. That arrant humbug,
and natural Know Nothing Attorney
General Speed has rosigned his placo
in the Cabinet. The Prcsidont has
sent in the name of Hon. Henry S.
Stansbury, of Ky., as his successor.
This gentleman was some time ago
appointed to fill tho vacancy on the
United States Supreme Bench, but he
was rejected by tho Senate, because
he was not a dis-unionist. Wo wilj
see whether they will reject him again.
We hope so. The "irreprossible con
flict" may as well be renewed again.
If it opens up now, the people can
soon rid themselves of a great burthen
that is tied around their necks, in the
shape of green paper. Revolution is
what the Radicals are working for,
and they will get it as sure as the
sun shines, unless they "dry up."
Right for Once. Tho Satanic
Brownlow, of Tennessee, having got
into a squabblo with his loyal Legisla
ture, over tho disunion amendments
to the Constitution, called upon Gen.
Thomas to help him with the military,
in order to compel a quorum of the
members to attend and pass them.
Gen. Thomas addressed tho Secretary
of Warupon the subject, who immedi
ately telegraghed to him as follows:
WixniHoroy, July 17 General Grant will in
struct General Thomas that the facts stated in his
telegram do Dot warrant the interference of
the uiilitnry authority. The administration of
the laws and the preservation of the peace in
Nashville belong properly to the Ftate authorities,
and the duty of tho L'nited Statos forces Is not to
interfere in any woy iu the controversy between
the poiiticnl authorities of the State, and General
Thomas will strictly abstain from any Interference j
uciweeo tncm. f. m. Stahtox,
Secretary of War.
Sliding In. Gen. John A. Dix, of j
N. Y., who, like thousands of other.
Democrats, lost bis balance during'
tho war.andof "spothimon the shoot"
notoriety, has written a letter favor
ing tho Philadelphia Convention, in
the following pointed manner:
AewYohk, July 13, 1868. My Dear Fir: II
have received the call issued by yourself and others
for a National I'nioo Convention in rbiladclphia j
on the 14th of August, I concur in its projiusi- ;
lions, its reasonings and its objects, and will do 1
all in my power to carry tucin out. I
I long since exprvswd the opinion that the States '
were entitled to Iheir representation in Congress; .
that their exclusion was a violation of good faith
and of tha obligations of the constitution, aud'
that a persistence in such a policy roust lead to
wum-iuraiti most aivasirous to tne peace of the
country. These and other considerations connected
he nruaent unsatisfactory relations of th
uvinuiueui, inn io eacn 1
other, render most timely and proper such a meet-'
in? ". Tm htrt .".commended of the patriotic and
Kftfs In th V...1 I i : . . . ,
rcnecting men of the Inion, to consult together ft
tht general welfare.
t together fot
I am truly yours,
Joajt A. Dix.
IfSJIon. Saml. R. Curtis, of Mass.,
formerly one of the Judges of the U.
The .IVjiIowiI OwrrHfloi..
A meeting of loadini rotworvativo
gentlemen residing in Krio jnd War
ren counties wns held In thifcUy last
week, to consult upon th proper
mmnA tn titirstio in the aebction of
delegates to tho Philadelphia Conven
tion. It was agreed, in conformity
with tho siiggcritioiifi of tho National
Committee, to appoint fourdelegates
for the district two Demotrats and
two Johnson Republicans.! It was
further agreed that, ns thi district
conference could not bo heltj in time,
and no other course in the soec tion of
delegates was attainable, rio and
Warren counties should nptioint ono
of the Democratic delegates through
their county committees, leaving the
other count icB to choose tie other.
This seems tho best and quickest
course that can bo adopted, and it is
honed that it will bo satisftctory to
our friends in the eastern portion of
tho district. Lne Observer.,
The eastern end of tho district scorns
to bo nearly unanimously in favor of
ex-Governor Bigler and James B.
Graham, Esq., for delegates to the
Philadelphia Convention. Tho ante
cedents of tho former aro too well
known to need any cxpanation at
our hands. The latter is a prominent
Republican, but a want advocate of
tho policy of President Johnston, and
is likely to bo tho conservative candi
date for Congress this fall. They are
just the men for the position, and will
do honor to the district.
The Tennetmee Ilatiflcatlon.
Tho value of tho action of the Ten
nessee Legislature in "ratifying," as
Governor Brownlow announces, the
Constitutional amendment, is indica
ted in the fact that the vote in the
lower houso on the proposition is short
ot a quorum ol the body by two votes.
Fifty-six is tho requisite number to
constitute a quorum, anil thero were
but fifty-four votes cast 43 fur and
11 against the amendment. If these
were competent to take uction, it is
curious that they did not io so earlier,
for it was with tho view of remedying Adftni eth ; Bloom G. P. Bloom ;
tho difliculty in regard to tho twolfW f Wish : Bradford--S. P.
ubsentees that Governor Brownlow,
only a day or two before, instigated
r si i ma a
Major uencrai i nomas to telegraph
to Washington in order to get power
to use tho military to compel theirat
tendance. Being properly repulsed,
however, by the ar Department in
that matter, the Governor and tho
"rump" of a Legislature determined
to make a virtue of necessity, with
the above result.
There is about ns much legality in
this act of Brownlow'sRump Legisla
ture, as there is in horso-6tcalitii;. But
if a fragment of Congress can leiris-
lute for tho whole country, why can-1?1,0
t . v ,..-,.., p.r rn t
not, a irn-'inoni oi mo lertncssce IjOp.
islaturc enacts laws for that State ?
Both nro loyal, if tho members are a
set of scoundrels.
In the Union Aqain. Tho Rump!r- Porter moved the adoption of the
House, at Washington, on Friday last,
:" . ? : ' .u.ng-u.oimmp
icgisiaiureot lennessoo-had passed
tho Constitutional amendments, at
once set to work to admit that State
into the Union, and. by a voto of 125att"nd 11,6 mecinS 01 11,0 toniorccs
to 12, put Tennesseo back into the
Union. The 12 voles wero cast by
leading Radicals, who want to keep
Tennessee and all tho other States out
of tho Union, until they adopt ICegro
suflVngo make their former slaves
equal with themselves. We only
wish that every Radical had a black
wench strapped to his back for about
thirty days. The white man who
thinks himself no better than a Negro,
is a fool.
Tne Tipe Rising. Secretaries Sew
ard, McCullough and Wells all hearti
ly endorse tho Philadelphia National
Convention. The latter in his letter
to Senator Doolittle, declares that the
President's policy and this Convention
aro the only things that will save the
country from being precipitated into
another civil war; that the Radicals,
in and out of Congress, must bo de
feated, or the Union is lost. Wo are
glad that those Rip Van Winkles have
recovered their senses, even at the
Settled. The Rousseau-Grinnell
affair in tho Rump at Washington, has
been closed out. The resolution ol
the committee, expelling the former,
was defeated by a decided voto ; but
ono was adopted compelling him to
appear before the bar of tho Houso,
and there bo publicly reprimanded by
the Speaker. Mr. Rousseau thereup
on resigned his scat, and was on Fri
day released from the custody of the
ALAnMiNo. It is reported that Sec
retary Stanton has written along let
ter to Senator Doolittle, approving
the President's policy and endorsing
the Philadelphia Convention. We
hope this is not truo. We want him
to follow Sevens, Forney, Butler, and
the rest of tie Union eioaahori. 1
Ifrtnormtlt Cnnnty i'onrtnittm.
In accordance with tha rules gov
erning tho Dcmooralio party of this
unt v, thf Return J utlgea from the'on band; but, ftom what we heard'A- M'Csnw and
reral boroughs and townships as- j from others, it was certainly rich ?,,rn',ni,1nd'r'
nbled in the Court House, in Clear- affaira perfect "feast of reason and fcow, 1 Job,
field, on Tuesday tho 1 lth instant, lor
tho pnrpoHO of opening and counting
tho votes cast for tho several candi -
dates on Saturday previous.
At 3 o'clock the Convention was
called to order, by the Chairman cfi
the County Committee ; after which,
William Porter and Geo. M. Brisbin
wero appointed tellers.
Upon calling the names of the Dis
tricts and tho Return Judaea, it was
ascertained that an election had been
held in every borough and township
in the county except Fox. It would
seem from the number of votes polled,
and tho insignificance of tho offices to
be filled, that tho Democrats aro alivo.
Nearly 1,G00 votes were polled in the
county, as largo if not larger than at
any previous primary election. The
tellers having agrood in their tally, it
was ascertained that T. J McCul-
lough, of Clearfield, for Assembly, had
810 votes ; Jacob Wilhelm, of Gra
ham; for Associate Judge, had 1,108
votes : Samuel Clydo, of Lawrencc.lin nomination for Countv Commis
for tho other Associate Judgo, had
72-votes; Henry Stone, of Clearfield,
for Commissioner, had 1,072 votes;
ana John A. h. r.lcgal, of uosncn, had
l,2o5 votes for Auditor. Each of
these gentlemen having a plurality
over their competitors, wero announc
ed by tho Chairman of the Conven
tion, ns duly nominated for the respec
tive offices named. (A full table of
returns was published last week.)
The next business before the Con
vention was tho election of Chairman,
Secretary, and members of a County
Coir.raitteo for tho next year. On
motion of Mf. Brisbin, Geo. B. Good
lander was re elected Chairman of the
Committee for 1867. and on motion of
Mr. , Wm. S. Bradley was elect
ed heeretary, and tho lollowing named
gentlemen were selected by the re
spective delegates as members ot the
Committee from their boroughs and
townships, viz :
lieccaria G. V. Caldwell; Bell
ti iisuii , jji nuj .u. ii. jjiiLiier j jui n-
sido Matthew Irvin ; Chest G. S.
Tozer; Covington Francis Coutriet;
Clearfield Wm. S. Bradley, Sec'y.;
Curwensvillo James Thompson ; De
catur Cyrenius Howe ; Ferguson
Wm. McCrackcn ; Fox J. B. Heath;
Girard Justin Pie; Goshen E. K.
Shirey; Graham A. C. Dalo; Gu
lich J. S. McKiornan; Huston Hi
ram Woodward ; Jordan-Isaac Bloom ;
Karthaus G. M. Hcrtline; Knox
David hi hard ; Lawrence Hugh Orr;
Lumber City Anthony Hilo; Morris
J. C. Allport; New Washington
'James Savaro ; Osceola L. G. Lin-
i PcnnGrior Bell ; Pike-Eli
.Bloom; Union David Wclty, jr.;
Woodward William Luther.
Tho selection of tho Committee bo-
ing disposed of, the next business in
order was tho selection of Congres
sional and Jkeprescntativo Lonlerecs.
! Hcsolved, That ex Gov.Bicrlor, Hon
jamcs x. Leonard, and Wm. A. Wal-
lace. En.. bo and aro herebv annoint
ed Congressional ConfercoR.wiih pow
'cr t0 substitute in case of inability to
The resolution was unanimously
agreed to. On motion of Mr. Bays,
the following resolution was adopted,
JlesolveJ, That Hon. Wm. Bigler,
John Lawshe, and Wm. T. Gilbert,
Esqrs., aro hereby appointed Repre
sentative Conferoes, to meet those of
Elk and l orest counties, nt Clarring
ton, on Thursday, tho 30th day of Au
gust next, and to uso all honorable
means to secure the nomination of
Thomas J. McCullough, Esq., for As
sembly, with power to substitute.
On motion the Convention adjourn
ed with hearty cheers for Clymcr, the
Union, and the wholo ticket.
G. B. GOODLANDEB, PrOB't
Geo. M. Buisni
A Modern Divine. Our readers
aro no doubt nwaro that the Uev.
Wm. G. Brownlow, celebrated for his
pro and anfi-slavcry tactics, by turns,
wns last year elected Governor of
Tennesseo, by tho "loyal" peoplo of
that btato. lie is now running the
raapfio on tho improved religious
way. The following is a copy of a
Icttor addressed to tho Dead Duck,
on the passage of the negro amend
ments to tho Constitution :
Nasbvuxb, July 10, 18f6.
To Hon. J. V. Forney, Secretary V, H. Senate :
We have fnuglit the battle and won IU We have
ratified the oon.titulionsl amendment in the House
forty-three votes for it, eleven against it two of
Andrew Johnson's tools not voting, tjivo my re
spects to the dead dog of the White House.
Wm. fl. linowKLOw.
He denominates "the Government"
a "Dead Dog," while the parasite
Forney is dubbed "Dion." Such is
Resigned Too. Freeman Clark.the
Controller of tho Currency, has also
resigned. Loyalty seems to be com
ing to grief on every hand. Thero is
another Clark in tho Treasury Depart
ment, that Ollfht. Inrnairrn tha fnll
ll.t H.AA . 1 11 . . .
b " I
uiuuu vnwuy nouse out OI nil
apartment, and has his phiz stuck on
the shinplasters.in lieu of Washington.
Ho ii evidently a pic man. '
Abolition County Contention, t
This body met In thi. place ou last'
r... , " :i. 1 . 1
viii ici'iiiii'i miicu 111 voi
flow of soul."
Only about two-thirds of the dis
'tricts wero represented. John Car-
liio, of Brady, was, nominally, Fresi-
dont of this august assemblage We
say nominally, because one of the
Secretaries round it a necessity but
whether a "militsry necessity" or not,
we are not prepared to say to usurp
tho privileges of the Chair, and "run
the machine" himself. Had not he,
or somo one else, done this, the Con-
veniion never couia nave corapieieu -- - -uMirj w assess dsma,,
i. I.I,M A m;V.r hnWA',thb"Ou"l' tt'isease. 8
1113 UllfUbJ IHVUID, HIIU lllll.V tv
been floundering away to this hour.
John M. Chase was nominated for
the Assembly, without opposition. A
number of gentlemen wero placed in
nomination for' Associate Judges.
After the first ballot, Arthur Bell and
Thomas Liddel being the two high
est candidates were, on motion,
nominated by acclamation. All the
defeated candidates for Associate
Judge were then successively placed
jgioncr. This was videntfy intended
as a balm for their wounded spirits,
But it wouldn't take. They all de-
jelined every man of tuem leaving
the field to Williasi Hoover, of Brad
ford, and Jacob Hoover, of Lawrence,
when a motion wis made that Jacob
Hoover bo nominated unanimously;
which motion wj put, and carried by
a large majority. I This disturbed the
equilibrium of thf friends of William
Hoover, who began to grow restive
and make somo threatening demon
strations. But tie storm was very
adroitly averted, by some one with
drawing the nameof William Hoover 1
a very convenieat way, certainly, of
soothing a defeatid candidate.
The committee on resolutions now
read their report, which etarts ofT by
extolling the Uu war, and declaring
that its "blessing" will be enjoyed by
generations yet to como the truth of
which every tax-payer can lully real
ize. The resohtbns are of the radical
stripe, ignorirg "the Government,"
(i. e. tho Prcsideit) entirely, and en
dorsing and recommending for re-
nomination Glcni W. Scofield for Con
gress. These resolutions were put, and
declared to be unanimously adopted.
Congressional Conferees were then
selected, when Mr. Frank moved to
instruct them br H. Bucher Swoope.
This was very conveniently disposed
of, by ruling it put of order, as incon
sistent with on( of the resolutions re
ported by the oramittco. Mr. Frank
then moved to reconsider tiro vote en
said resolution. This brought ox-
Congressman Patton to bis feet, who
raised the point of order, that as Mr.
Frank had not voted for the resolu
tions, (which, be it remembered, was
declared to have been unanimously
adopted,) he could not voto for a re
consideration 1 , This appeared per
fectly satisfactory to the Chair, and
the motion was not entertained. Sev
eral other efforts were made by the
friends of Mr. Swoope, to come to a
vote, but they were successfully baf
fled by the Radicals, who well knew
that a fair and square vole would be
their ignominious defeat. But we
say, 'tis good for Swoopo. Why is he
not a deserter from the Democrats!
None others are in favor in his party.
On the 19th of July, 18, by Fjtsrrsict Hfc
LOPtTim, Esq., Mr.JOIIN SHOEMAKER to Mies
MARY CTEUY, Loth of Houston township,
TVTOTICE.A1I persons knowing themselves
1 Indebted to ISRAEL COOPER, on hook
account or otherwise, are requested to come for
ward and settle tha same immediately, at the
books hart been lelt in the bands of Esquire
Lee, of Glen llope. And also, all persons having
claims are requested to presoot them, duly
authenticated for et.lement, to Samuel Wide
mire, ol Grampian Hills, acting agent.
July IS, 1866. SAMUEL WIDEMIRE.
CAUTION. All person! are hereby caution
ed against purchasing, or In any way mid
dling with one bay konteandone sorrel mar
and pears, now in the possession of Jesse H.
Appleton, of I'iks township, at the aforesaid
property belongs to tne, and Is left w'th him on
loan, subject to my order.
Cu'wonsWHa, Jnly 18, 186-Jt pd
Nobody Prohibited from buying my Boots
aud Mtoci on account of Kare
Being thus liberal miuJed.Itake tht method
ot informing tb eilitens of Clearfield and
clnlty, that I bar opened
next door to th Coun
Watson' Drag 6tra,
mak to order reryth
SHOE line, out of th last materiel and In th
most workmanlike manner, and on short rotiee.
All I ask is a trial.
Don at Clearfield, this light acoth day of July,
A. D. ISSfl. HARRY ROSS.
AUDITOR'S KOTICE-tb undersigned
Auditor, appointed by th Orphan' Court to
mak distribution of moneys remaining In tb
I I . r a. . ....
ly National Dank, over 1 ZTi ...i.'". , 1 ua
,wh.r. I am rren.red to --""""'" ""W,"MW "rT k"
ing in th. "BOOT and "r .
hand of Samuel Bowles, Administrator of Titus! v Wbips, Rawhides, Lashea, Ae., in great
IL Bowl, deo'd. will attend to tb duties of hi riwtj, at J. V. KRATZEU'S.
appolnUnnt on Friday, th 10th day of August, t ADrK?' ni.OVR trm niTTirna r, i
lS68,at J o'clock p. m, at tb cfi3o of W.llaer I s i lu . I, ,A . 8 I,",n,
Bigler A Fielding, it f Clearfield, of wWA lV M ''''t ". "If 6"rP, child
pJti..lnt.r.todwilltak.otre.: "?! "V- Wf'kin ?h "
J. BLAKE WALTERS,
IN THE COMMOJT PLEAS of CUarB.ld
ilenry Brokerhoff, ) v . . ....
v. I No. 97, January term, 1866.
P. T. Hs'gsrty. roreiB ttachmnt.
No". Jun. ISBfl, tb Plaintiff enters a
nil for th Prothonotary to assess damage on
tb Judgment In thi esse.
WAIJ.arir.DIiM rn i viit ktmh
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Tb claim in thi cms U two thousand lv
hundred and on dollar, at of Jan, 1866.
Atutt D, F. EnweiLM,
T ?f Tltn Commox tlsai ,f
N. I, Jsrylw4
ISA. tha Pl.i..:.
rroiooooury to assess a.a..J
th abors iadcmenl la thla .... M
WALLACE, BIOLKK A PIELnlN
Attorasj fw tii
. Tb elslra la this rare Is on bundrsd
dollars and fiv tents, as of jnDI
July 18, W.n-rU
Juogsrich k Smith,) No. 141, Jarnurr
vuiij, 1 voiiririnii;
P. T. Hagerty. J ForelgD attachment.
XIsb T..n IflJtsl a L. - ... .
t mvuv, loue, ma fill nil IT
3 il i .
W LLACE, BIGLER A TIE! nr.
Attorneys far Pit
Tha claim la this sua l it,... .
. tbirty-tbrea dallan and fifty esnu. u r
" Auastt it. g. Etiwiils,
July IS, lSOS Bt PT '
REMINGTON k tHK,
T)1?TTAT 1TT?TLi nTPT -.-.,
For tha United 6ta's Bsrriss.
Also, Pocket and Belt Iterolreri, Repustlnr p
w, Mua i,w:b, i.v.viviiig rmog, nine am
enoi uun Barrels, ana gan materials
generally, bold by Uun Dealers
and the trade generally.
In these days of bonsa-breaking and robb
averr house, store, bank and offie should k
- , - . ..WW, ipiiun
our arms will be furnished upon applica:ioa
. REMIXQTON A SON-t.'
Clrealar. ennlmlnin n t mnA .4 ... t
Ilion. New York
MOORE I NICHOLS. Am.
1.11. r. An r'.-.ii i .. . v.
L'lfwsii w i iBm rarisian va&sj tt
k7 CLOAK Making. Ladies ean bare tht
llrACUkfl Rllltfl Pn.1. .nd R.innli,.. k.nJ.
mad and trimmed, at the shortest notice, at t
old-established stand, 1031 Chestnut street.
a mvj H-a mmum, w m 11 turn v, usujfi
ff.nA --.4 ( --. : 1 1 - t
flraaa &ni1 lnlr h. t.M. H hh..i n . H . -
Guipure Laoes, Bogle and Oimp Dress Tria
mings, with a larg variety of biaple and Fauci
(looda. fraill ih tn &U n.r f.nft Ihaa aluk.J
, m J i - rmtt
..-. . T - A . - - J .LIU. . fi
Also. relvlns' llailv. P&rifl Pastiinna in
ymyvi, iui iwuffi B'I VUIIUIIB AIVBSTS. OSli
of Fa(trnifur Merehaota and Dressmakers nui
ready, at Mrs. H. A. IJINLtEK'S,
jya-ina . iuji unestnnt su, rnuaaelptis.
la Tti r r? uiVTvn aneenicvn tit.
1 1. f .4... M (VltVUAOA ill;
A 1 lonuwing property at cnenn s sale, u
lb property of David Michael, and left the saw
in his possession, subject to toy order, Tic ou
bedstead, one stand, ana hraaa knttln. Ana
cord, one eoffe mill, ona box and sundries, mm
do., two pillow, on boi containing two bract
bills, & sleigh balls, on straw bed, I warn all
persons from purchasing or meddling with tht
ana. i. a. JAI. 1 1.
Chest tp., June ii, 1868. J;H-3t l
To Cischareed Soldiers.
NOTICE li barehy giren, that all persons
who aro entitled to siemption noder lbs
late act of Assstably, and hare tailed to present
lb sir discbarra oaoers at this olliea. will
atUnd to this duty on or before th 26th day ut
August nsit, a th Commissioner are deter
mined to close out the Collectors' aceounts by lb
1st day of September next. Those failing to
respond will I compelled to bear th penalty in.
curred by neglecting thi notice
Th discharge paper ean either be presented
In person, lent in by a friend, or transmitted
through tb nail to tbia office, whereupon the
exemption papers will be made out and delivered
to the proper parties. It will then become thi
duty of those claiming exemption from bounty
tax to at ono present their exemption pspers to
the proper collector, so as to enable hi in to settle
hi duplirat without delay.
Uy order of tb Commissioner.
W. S. BRADLEY, Clerk.
Comrtistoftifts' Orrtca, I
.irarugtu r., juiy ii. men. j
CLEAKFIKILD ACADKM Y.Th aier
rises of thi Institution will be resumed on
Monday, th 10th day of Spten.br, A. D IS66.
Pupil ean enter at any time. They will n
charged with tuition front tb time tbey enter to
the olos of th Session.
Th eours of instruction embrace every thing
included in thorough, practical and accom
plished education for both sexes,
Th Principal, bavins D1 tb advantage of
much xpreuc in hi profession, assures pa
rents and guardian that hi entire ability and
energies will be devoted to tb moral aid men
tal training of lb youth placed under bis charge,
TEKMS OK TUITION.
Orthography, Reading, Writing, and Primary
Arithmetic, per Session (11 weeks) . fi 00
Grammar, Geography, Aritbmetit, and
History . - - ... - 6 90
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Men
suration, Surveying, Philosophy, Phyei
ology. Chemistry, llook Keeping, Butany
and Physical Geography - . $9 00
Latin and Gacek, with any of th above
flrancho - - - . . $11 00
-N deduetlon will be made for abseor.
HTPer further particulars inquire of
Rv. V. h. HARRISON. A nr..
Clearfield, July 11, I860 tr Principal
Q Kflfl Pep Yerl w Agnt
V J. )JJV everywhere to sell our im protib
$20 Srwing Maouloea. Three new kinds. In
der and upper leed. Sent on trial Warranted
fiv years. Aoov (alary or large commissionl
paid. Tb ohlt machine sold in United State
Tor less than $40, which are Vy licMri fry
Howe, Whrler A Wilson, Grover A Bker,
Singer A Co., and Baehalder. Alt otber cheap
msehise ar iniinjtmmit scd th setVar or "
ar liaUt to amit. So and isnpilsonment. tl
luitrated circulars lent rata. Address, or call
upon Shaw Clark, at liiddefurd, Maine, or
Chicago, III. May la, lo66-ly.
FODOER CUTTF.R3 at
MEERKLI. A Tirnl PR-ff
C2.RAS3 8CTTHE3, Patnt Rnath. gyth
J Stones, hakes and Forks, for stle at
SPANISH SOLE LE ATHE It, French Calf
Skins, Moroeooa, Linings, Windings, at
J- Kit A IZE U'S.
anARRTAGE WHIP. Wacoa Whin., uu:..
Boots, Waiter and Brogam, cheap, at
Jyll-lm J. P. KRATZER'S,
Pure I.fberty White Lead. Th Whitest,
tb most durable and th m ot eonnon ical.
Try HI Manufactured only by Zirotia -jiith,
Wholal Drug, Paint A G!e Dealer, Ko. 137
North ThirdSt, Phil'a. March 21, iMift ly.
Ilotir and I'eed Ki'ra family Fl,.ur. Bolud
; Corn Meal, Ry Chop, Ac. for sale by
June 1, 180S-1 mo. J. KRTZER.
Pish Mek.rl, Sbad and Herrlnif, In all
sited packages at J. P. KRATZER'S.
Ru' Rt, lomlnro. Hubbell's, Drake's Hoof,
land' German, IlostaUer's and Greene's "
Oxygsaatsd BitUrt, also pur Liquors, of all
kinds for atit tail puprow, M lals by H. e) I
" Owalmi' ninarM .. . . .
a shop on Second U,! rv. iiZZZiP. "'.T.