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G Editor. B. Goodlandkr, Editor.
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The Late Eleetlon.
Tho election is pist, Hnd we tiro not
,li...-.nn.w) 1 rvrni'l innofi rvrrr till
uidudcu w -
enlt. Elsewhere will be found a tablo
civin" full and ofliuiul returns of the
Tho aver.H'e ronjority on
is about 1,140 sixty
lees than wo had anticipated. W o
were mistaken in tlie vote in Bocea
ria, Bloom, Brady and Goshen, the
opposition polling a larger voto than
wo expected. But when wo look
around and see that our neighbor
counties all yielded to the fell spirit
of fanaticism, wo still feel proud to
know that the gallant democracy of
this county maintained themselves
against a two-fold opposition. We
had to encounter all tho financial ap
propriations of the Negro Bureau,
with its millions of dollars of a corrup
tion fund, while tho Assessment Bu
reau of this Congressional district was
sneciullv concentrated upon us. Its
i .v .
majority in this county, below ote
ihntiHiind. nnd at one time thev were
determined to reduce it to eight hun
dred, because they so informed their
State Committee. On the other hand,
wo loaned tlie energy of three of our
most active and influential Democrats
to other sections of the Stato, while
the enemy's agents wcro actively at
work at our own doors. Thus the
Democracy of this county had to meet
tho energy, counsel, experience and
power of the Bureauites, with all their
patronage and personal prestige, while
wc gave our bett men to our neigh
bors. Notwithstanding all these dis
paraging circumstances, tho princi
ples of Democracy are moro firmly
fixed in the minds of tho people of
this county, than ever before. To
illustrato a little, we need only refer
io tho vote cast in 18G0, when we
wcro at peace with all tho world "and
the rst of mankind." The vote for
Governor stood : Foster, Dem., 2,040;
Curtin, Rep., 1 ,7 55 Democratic me
joriiy Now tho vote stands:
Clymer 2,T8G; Geary 1,050 Demo
cratic majority l,lCb.
It will bo observed from this that the
Democrats havo gained 74(5, while our
enemies havo lost ono hundred and
five. It is true; that comparing the
voto with that cast in 1804 it would
seem as though the Democrats had
lost, while our enemies had gained.
Tho vote including tho Soldiers stood
MeClellan 2,801, Lincoln 1,508 show
ing a mnjority for tho former of 1,203.
At that titno we had an artificial vote
persons not permanently settled in
tho county of nearly 100, principally
in Bloom, Huston and Knox. This year
we lrnve nothing of tho kind, but our
opponents will ilnd that they have the
aame thi.ig this year in Ecccaria,
Brady, Knox and Morris.
Last vcar tho vote 6tood: for Audi-
tor General, Davis Democrat, had
2,08o; Ilartranft, Abolitionist, 1,310
thus showing that tho Democratic
vote this ycar'is 701 greater than last,
while the gain to our enemies is but
345 being 20 per cent, for tho Demo
crats and 20 for tho opposition.
Lot Democrats survey tho field in
any way they chooso, thero is nothing
to diseourago thorn. Give us tho i
Fust offices, the Assessing, Collect-!
jng and other Bureaus in the gift of
tho General Government, which wo 1
will have, and wo will run the machine:
hack where tho enemies of our country!
capimeu ii, ... , m u..u.
.........i iom l ..:i it.
done, wo will havo noither Union or
Goary's majority will bo nbout 14,500
neontBhad promised to reduco ourColumn. Ilo never did lead it any
Philadelphia. Tho Metropolis of'8trCngth to His noonlc, nnd the Lord
our State has partially recovered hor
Bcnses. At the lato election tho 11,-
Ci)0 majority for Lincoln was reduced )
to 5,000. Gen. Josh. Owen, of I 'Its-;
burgh-Convention notoriety, the Dis-
union nominee for Recorder of Deeds,
was elected by only 1 ,390 mnjority;
whilo on tho other hand, tho Demo
crats gained ono Senator and two
members of Assembly. The Senator
loct is Gen. Wm. McCai.dlcss, Presi
dent of the late IIarri6burg Soldiers'
Convention, one of the gentlemen
whom the Governor elect, in his clas- in a quarrel, with fifteen lawyers on a
lie epeech at York, donouneed as side. In the meantime, peoplo ard re
'hyatar,'' coward," &e iturning to peaceable linen.
. Vlghthtg Utturnl.
So olllcor in Ui luto war ber ms to
liavo won tho nfloclion of tho jVVgro
IlureauistsfH) coinilctol3' as Ucast liut
!ler, tho mini that rondo wnr on women
!ani children nnd made himntdf rich
I ! . .. ...t I i l I. .a itwn Htiit rttl.At.
"people b wares, 'lo still further pro
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nioio inis noii-t'oiiiuiun o ni'iw,iiiu iwj -
alists of ilusHttthusctts have nomina-
tcd him lor Congress. His father
burned bluo lights on Boston Heights
to warn tho British, and Ben will do
tho same thing tho first oportuiiitr ho
gets for fight ho will not.
General James R Stead man, sn'g
Mil.- Pittrinnoti TTntnn nmt nf tlirt fiirhr..
i n . i . i
ii,rr voncrnia oi me wur
a man whoso
courage and patriotism no man over
dared to question made a speech at
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.I.. -l.w,K I.a lmir tliiu 111'... lib. k lllftlll'.
j . , ,. :,,..,, Lv ,un
p i;caifl f .om MaHsaehusetts to stumn
Ohio. As Butler addressed tho Radi
cals yesterday at Carthage, tho sketch
which General Steadmun gives of the
man, his courage, and his principles,
will bo well worth reading. General
I know that distinguished Massa
chusetts General, Benjamin F. Butler
(laughter,) says he is going to march
from Massachusetts to Washington
with his militia. Well now, ho didn't
hurt anybody during the war and I
havo no idea that ho will hurt any
bodj'fiow. Laughter. If ho marches
and there is any fighting going on, I
will warrant you ho will march in the
rear of his column. I have searched
the gentleman's military record in
vain to find a place where he led a
didn't make any reputation in tho last
war, it is necessary for him to get up
another one,' in order to redeem
himself. Laughter. No doubt
Goneral Butler had a good many fierce
people to deal with during tho war;
no doubt he was provoked a good dcai
during his administration in New Or
leans, and goaded to say a great many
things that do not look well on paper,
do not like tocomment upon anything
done by a Union General, but I am
bound to say now that, throughout
the war, that General was remarkable
only for hi wverity on women nnd
children. Cries of "spoons." lie was
tierce to defenceless people That re
quired no courage People who were
within our lines, and whose protectors
were gone he was very harsh to
them. It is true their protectors had
no right to go, nnd they deserved per
haps, all thej- got, but no brave man
would take an advantage of that kind
against women nnd children ; and
General Butler Is the only man that
ever did it.
M UVI 1 V11HIII9 liu Himr-, to as N.
TIIE TRESIPENT OF THE UNITED
STATES, A FROCLAMATION.
Almighty God, onr Heavenly Father,
has been pleased to vouchsafe to us
as a people, auotheryear of national
life, which is an indisponsiblc condition
of peace, security and progress. That
year, moreover, has been crowned
with many peculiar bessings. The
civil war that was so recontly among
us has not been any whero re-opened.
Foreign intervention has ceased to
create alarm or apprehension, intrusive
pestilcnco has been benignly mitigated;
domestic tranquility has improved ;
sentiments of conciliation have largoly
prevailed, and tho affections of loyalty
and patriotism havo been widely re
newed ; our fields havo yielded quite
abundantly ; our mining industry has
been richly rewarded, and we have
been allowed to extend our railroad
system far into the interior recedes
of the country, while commerce has
resumed its customary activity in
foreign seas. Those great national
blessings demand a national acknowl
edgement. Now, therefore, I, Andrew Johnson,
I'rcbident of tho United State, do here
by recommend that TnntsnAY, the
2!)tii day of November next, bo set
apart and be observed every where in
t he sevoial St ales andTerri lories of the
United Stales, by the people thereof,
us a day of thanksgiving and praise
to Almighty God, with duo remem
brance that in His templo doth every
man sneak of His honor. I recom
mend also, that on tho same solemn
ocasion wo do humbly and devoutly
implore Him to grant to our national
councils and to our whole people that
Divine wisdom which alono can lead
any nation into tho ways of all good.
In f flering those National Thanksgiv-
kwm mi jijm u viui i?,
hav0 Divjne ,lssurHtlc0 th:lt ti)C
Lord remaincth a king forever. "Them
that aro meek shall Ho guido in judge
ment, such as aro gentlo shall lie
learn his way. "Ihe Lord shall givo
shall give to His people tho blessings
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of tho
Urited iSlalo8 t0 bo ffixe(i
Dono at the City of Washington, this
eighth day of October, in tho 3'er
oi'our Lord ono thousand eight hun
dred und Rixty-six, and of the Inde
pendence of tho Unitod States tho
By the President.
"Wm. II. Seward, Sec'y of Stato.
Tho paper collar manufacturers arc
Clearfield. . . ..
C'tirtvennvillo . .
(1 rati am . . . .
(iulich . , . . .
lordan . . . .
Ksiilmus. , , .
Lumber City . .
renn . . . . .. . ,
Woodward . . . ,
Sr. Patrick's Cathedral, on the cor
ner of Lfott and Mulberry streets,
New York, was deBtroj ed by fire on
Saturday, the 6th inet. The loss is
about $125,000. Tho building was
erected in 1811, and was ono, of the
oldest and most venerable edifices in
the city. The destruction was caused
by tho burning of the largo far utoro
of C. Godfrey Gunthcr & Sons, on
Broadway, tho sparks of this building
having communicated tho flames to
the Cathedral. Tho building is to be
put up at once, on a much more mag
The moral idea party aro on tho
rampage. Beast Butler threatens the
President with impeachment; Rev.
Brownlow favors tho torch-and-tur-pentino
; Forney, civil war ; Stephens,
tho penitentiary of hell, and Rev.
Hunnicutt, death and hell, v These are
samples of the threats in which loyal
ists now engago ; and yet,if Democrats
object to their infamy, "they are plan
ning another rebellion," etc.
IIo.v. TiMomv Ives, well known to
a number of our citizens as an active,
upright Democrat, died at his home
in Potter county on the 8th instant.
Mr. Ives had served his constituents
in tho Senate, Assembly and as Asso
ciate Judge; in all of which he dis
played talent and uprightness of pur
pose. Thus another voice agaiiiRt the
tido of fanaticism has been hushed in
John S. Rarky, the celebrated hone
tamer, died suddenly, at Cleveland,
Ohio, on tho 4th instant. Ilo had
left tho hotel for a walk, but soon re
turned, complaining of a pain in his
head. After being seated for a few
minutes ho exclaimed, "I'm dying,"
and in an hour ho was dead, lie was
tho most succcbsful horso tamer in the
Tub steam-ship Evening Star, with
300 passengers on board, whilo on its'
passago from New York to New Or
leans, foundered at sea, mi tho 20th
ult , 180 miles east of Savannah. A
dispatch from tho purser statfs that
ho and fifteen others aro all that wcro
Jon S. Briex, Dem., lias been elect
ed to tho Tennessee Legislature, from
tho Nashville district, by 1,320 major
ity over his radical opponent, Dickcj'.
Mr. Brien takes the placo of ono of
tho members expelled by tho Brown
low tribe, for refusing to voto for tho
negro amendment to the Constitution.
Gen. Roisseav, member of Con
gress from Kentucky, who was ex
pelled from that body by Thad. Ste
vens it Co , for caning that loyal black
guard, Grinncll, of Iowa, has been ro
electod by nearly a unanimous vote
no one daring to opposo him.
Thk marriage notico and death of
Gcorgo S. Cochran, of Salem, Ya., is
announced in tho issue of "the San
Antonio Ledger of tho 8d inst. He
married a daughter of Bishop Gregg's,
of tho latter place.
hi.iZAnr.Tii Caot Stanton offers
herself as an independent candidate
for Congress in the 18th district of
New York. She asks an election "on
tho high ground of Rafoty to the na
tion and justico to its citizens."
Kossuth, old and worn, is a depend
ant upon the world' charity.
OF CLEARFIELD COUNTY
ooriRNOt. coxnmis. Astrmar. socurt jcigks- conuiiionkr aimtor.
Q fl ? ' B K 3 3 V. K j?
$o 8 c r m rJ 2. c- 2 2 " S
? 2. r . Sf M ? ?. 1
a ? O o B $ O "
" s : 8 ' 8 T 5 3 ; 2 - g
92 120 92 121 92 121 00 90 122 122 92 121 92 121
129 52 I 120 f,2 129 52 128 128 5 5.'f . 129 52 120 52
34 2t 34 24 31 23 34 34 24 24 34 24 34 23
9. 36 95 35 95 35 93 93 35 35 95 35 95 35
156 52 15ii 52 150 52 154 152 52 52 15(5 52 15G 52
28.1 75 2K9 70 288 77 2H5 2S5 70 7o 2H8 77 28H 177
69 155 00 151 09 151 05 05 157 157 00 151 09 51
93 87 93 88' 93 88 91 91 80 89 93 KH 93 88
117 74 110 73 119 73 117 110 72 74 121 71 119 ?3
94 19 94 19 94 19 9 94 19 10 94 19 94 . 10
28 74 28 74 2(1 75 28 20 75 75 .20 75 26 70!
92 01 92 00 92 00 93 92 01 00 92 00 92 00
0! 44 01 43 01 44 02 01 41 43 00 44 00 41
20 13 20 13 20 13 20 20 13 13 20 13 20 13
00 28 01 27 01 27 01 01 27 27 Gl 27 01 27
46 20 40 20 40 20 40 40 20 20 40 20 45 20
116 20 117 19 117 10 110 100 20 10 117 10 117 10
30 91 30 91 30 91 31 31 90 90 30 90 30 90
30 . 54 30 55 3(1 55 8 3f. 6f 66 SO S3 80 3.1
90 '30 89 30 80 30 89 80 30 ' 35 89 30 89 30
64 20 04 20 04 20 05 05 10 19 03 20 03 20
100 29 100 20 100 29 100 100 28 28 9X 29 100 20
255 91 254 91 254 91 249 252 90 89 250 87 254 91
32 21 32 21 32 21 30 31 21 21 32 21 32 21
155 02 J53 02 153 02 155 155 59 59 153 62 ' 153 02
30 1. 30 11 30 11 30 30 Jl 11 30 11 i 30 II
80 62 70 54 79 54 79 70 54 54 79 54 79 54
i 80 53 80 53 80 53 80 70 05 64 80 63 80 53
I 100 91 100 91 100 91 90 100 90 90 100 91 100 91
53 44 52 45 52 45 62 62 44 44 52 45 . 62 45
89 41 91 40 91 40 88 88 42 42 91 40 91 40
2.780 1.050 2,791 1,010 2.788 1,048 2,700 2.753 1,053 1,040 2.788 1,642 2.785 1,648
1.130 - 1.145 - 1.140 - 1 113 1 107 - - 1.14(1 - 1 137
On thfl Oth of OotoWr, 1 Br.fi. tiv Urr. TV. O.
Wright, Mr. THOMAS (iKKKN to X M AKIA11
Mcl'lIEIlSUN; all of Uj'lcrtown, Clcnrflold co.
On tho 10th of OctoW, lSOfl, ly P. A. Rowlm,
Kq., Mr. JOHN lilNXEL to Misi JANE
KOWI.KS; booh of Woodward towDkliip.
Tn fnrwenmlln, on tho 12th of October, fffirt,
F.LMIRA II., wife of Jsoao B. Kkqnar; oged 43
year, 2 month mid 10 diiyj.
On tho 10th of October, 18(50, AXXARKLLA,
wife of Hami ki. F. M i-Ciais k f. v ; i(?'d lUxnit 33 yre.
IOST Iletworn Crwnvillo and Holdcn's, on
J tho Kith int., a (KIEV .SUA W L. A liberal
rurd will bo paid by leaving it at this office. U
Coach-Makers, Attention I
nl'PBS, 5i7, 11 25 i 6x7 A AiS, $1 40; 8x10,
$2 ft ); 9x13. t t 35 10x12, M 75.
fcl'uKKS lisit hickory, per let, It, at 13 30
U, 11 and 11, at 3 35
Beat oak, do 2 In. 4 T5
FELLOWS Ret oak, per (at, 1 41 at 2 00
11 at 2 25
Bet blokory, If at 2 50
Flninhtd Ehafu, with eruM br, at 1 40
fileigh Ruaneri, 1 40
Tyre Iron at ti Thimble Skein boxei,4xl2 74
Flaxieed Oil, per gallon, 1 80
Turpentine, per gallon, 1 00
At F. J HOFFMAN'S Hardwar Store.
Lewiatnwn, Pa., Oot 17-.1t
QlTAItTKKLY ItKPORT of the County
National Itank of Clearfield, OcU 1, ISOo t
Notei and billf ditoouutei - - $117,905 ?T
Overdraft MM 00
Furniture 37U 00
F.xpeneeiand Taxei ... l.CUO to
Due from llanki and Bankera - 3:1.710 62
I'nited Slatet llondi ... 75,1100 00
United ritatee Currency . - 863 00
Legal Tender Kotei aud Fpeeie 0,272 00
Capital Stack paid in, $100,000 00
Purplue ... 1.0:10 00
Circulating Kotoi - 61.1115 60
In I. Deposit . . 61,7.12 t
Due other Banki ' - 1,1 1 J 79
Tnn-roitnnd Exchange, 4,12 17
I:ri.)ond - . . 1.290 00
I hereby certify that the abore (tatement U a
true copy of the original ent to the Comptrollei
of the Currency. WM. V. W1UJ II T.
Oct. 17, 1(66.-It. Cashier.
QUARTI.KI.Y HICPOHToNhe Fir.t Na
tional Hank of Clearfield, IV, Oct. I, 1866
Note! and billi discounted, 1
Over draftj i : i
I 1.579 61
I 263 65
Furniture : i : t t
Expenaoi and taxca till
Reuiiitancce and ca.h itcma ! :
Due frcra Kat. liankaand Banker! !
li. S. Honda depntited with Treaiurer
of U. S .to iccure circulation J Ifll.OflO 00
Bill! of oilier bunka t : i l,f.r) 00
Legal tender Nott! and Specio: t 16 .17 77
Total it j : j 226,224 93
Capital otork paid in, $100,000 00
porplui fna.l, t t
Oirculallng N'ntee i t
Ill(llvi.lil;ll depnpits I
Diviilen.ta unpaid i i
Due mher Bunka : I
Interest and Exchange, j
Total Libiliiee t
t I $226,12193
I eertify the above to be a true ehuraet irom
the Quarterly report made to the Comptroller of
the Curreuc, a. C. FUNKY,
YUHTH WANTED FOR Tllli
Camp, the Battle Field and the Hospital,
Or Light! and bhadjwi of the great Robellion.
Tbera ts a certain nnrtinn nf th p l..i
never to Into the reirulnr hlatnriai. tin k.
bodied in romance or poetry, wbioh It a very real
part nf It, and will, if preserved, convey to uc
feeding generation! a belter Idea of the epirit
of the conflict than many dry report or careful
narrative! of event!, and thil part tnay be culled
Ihe gnMlp. the fun. the patbonof the war. These
illustrate Ihe character of the leadera, the homor
of tho aoldiers, the devotion of women, the brav.
ery oi men, tlie piuc or our berooi, the romance
and hardnhipi of the aervlce.
The volume ta pMiuiely illonlrat with over
100 engraving! by the amt artinut, which are
really beautiful ; worthy of examination ai upe.
cimena o art The book'i conTenti include
reminiiceaees of amp, picket, !py,aeiut, bivouac,
ilege tnd kaUJe-teld adventure! ! 4hrilling feata
or bravery, wit, drollery, comical and ludiaroui
adventure, to., etc. Amuaement ai well ai In
struction may be foand on everv page, ai graphio
detail, biillmnt wit aad authentio hiatory are
tkillfully jnterwovea in thli work of literary art.
Thii work lelli iteelf the people are tired of
dry detail! and partisan works, and want lome
thing bumorotia, romaatlo and itartling. We
have agents clearing over $200 per Booth, Send
for circulars, and see our terun and proof of the
above assertion. Address,
NATIONAL FCBLISHLV8 CO.,
otl7 I , 1J$ Water n,crt(m, -Vase.
OCTOBER 9, 1866.
W PHOTOKRAPIIEKN. FOR PALE.
havo for rain a I'liot o trni th CAR, in eood
onior, now at Wurrior'i Mark, Huntingdon co. It
will be old on rcaxonahlo term. Apply to Mr.
Ilumlin, Warrior's Mark, or C. D. Watmm, Clear
field. r.;tin-2ml JOS. RETZER.
Pateutt'd Ma) 'ill, t&Mi.
ri'bii ts an article for washing without nibbing,
L except In very dirty places, which a ill re
c uire a very s ight rub, and unlike other prepar
ation! offered for a like purpose, will not not
thi cloth n, bat will leave them much watt xr
than ordinary methods, without the uaaal wear
It retnoros grease speU as if by magin, and
loftcm the dirt by mating, io that rioting will
In ordinary cases entirely remove it.
This powdor it prepared in accordance with
chemical scienee, and upon a procesi peculiar to
itself, which ii leeured by Lt Iters Patent. It
bas been in ute for more than a year, and has
proved iUe.f an universal favorite wherever It
has been uaed. Among the advantage! claimed
are the following, vii.
Ittaveiall the expeniei ofioap usually used
on cotton sad lircn goods.
It saves most of the labor of rubbing, and
wear and tear.
Also, for cleaning windows it is unsurpassed.
With one quarter the time and labor usually re
quired it iuipatta a beautiful gloss and luetic,
much superior to any other mode. No water re
quired except to moisten tho fonder.
Directions with eavh package.
And can be readily appreciated by a fincle
trial. The omt ef washing for a fumily of five
er six persons will not exceed tiirki crmth.
The manufacturers of this pow lur are aware
that many useless compounds have been introduc
ed to the public which have rutted the cloth, or
failed in rrmoving the dirt, but knowing the in
trinsic excellence oi this article, the confidently
proclaim it aa being adapted to meet a demand
which bas long exis'ed, and which has hereto
fore remained unMipplied. Manufactured by
UOWK t BTE EN'3,
200 Broadway, Boston.
Also, Manufacturer! of Family Dye Colors.
For rale by Brnceri and Doalors everywhere.
Oct.. 10th 1 MAS. 3 mo.
lUMT (iUAMTY OF S11IN(;1,I,S kpt
r, i.io t. ll w k:itTii l t t
t-n fiv All if. ! a!A X 11 J,
I.XTHA l-'AMII.Y FI.Ol'll for sale at
l i H. W. 8M1TH CO S.
OAIT1 MA1.T11 h A Mill SAl.lilll
kj Ashton, Liverpool, Dairy, faliua, (fine and
coarse,) very chrap, at. j'. T. K I! ATZKH'S.
WF.ET PtlTATOES received rcnulailv
from tho EafUrn market, bv
oo.i3-lm J. I. KHATZEU'S.
"Yf AIli: Van M.tLI-V-Scren yean old
11 g"d lo "rk every way. You ean have
your choice of three. By
Clciifi..,l, Sep. 231 5nAH, N1CIIOI S.
Ar.VM I,l)-A first-class tvl,i:SMAN, in
1 wholesale Notion House, who has a knewi-1
til or tlio biiintss, and can command a pood
trade. Subirv liberal. Address Til KO. WEIL A
CO. Ko. it X. Third Street, I'hil a. sepl2
crsons dciring to transact biis;.
ncaswitli mo at my office, are hereby notified
tlnit I will not be fmmd with cerlaintv l h'.mc on
ary dnvs except MONDAY and SATl'KDAY.
Sept. grt tf. WM. I'dKTKfl.
QHOri.D do his own SOLDF.rilUO. Po go to
an I STOVE; thus RHving n-.any a trip toand from
the tinner's; and article! thai, by being repaired
at once, are made new. OPt3
k ii. " .
11 II. V. SMITH A fir? innt
T P. Kit 117i n h.. I :...J ,
... r..,., n ,.nrnJ
ft .assortment of FALL D It ESS HOODS, at hii I
new Wareroonis on Market iimi .i i
!; '"'' ""I'" '""i
CASSI.MUHKS. AMKKICAN MdltlVOS
SATINKTTS. WOOL DELAINES.
T WEEDS, ALPACCAS.
SHAWLS, BALMORALS, lust opened at
fct.'VIm ,1. V. K R A I Z K K 'S
EQUALIZATION OV 1.0UXTY.
VM, SOM)P.I OI' IHl.-3-T..'l aro
entitled to an IN'CKKASED BOUN'TY.
me nnuersigneii is prepared to collect all such
Bounties, as well aa the increased pay to Soldiers'
Widow. All inquiries and communications an
swered promptly. Discharges receipted for. Tost
Othee addrcas, Curwonsvillc, Pa.
l'5 tf JttSIAH EVANS.
I WOULD just inform the citisena of ClaarfloU
and vicinity, that I hart opened a shop in
..ft, urn, v. nraucri llor, for til
purpose of manufacturing and repairing
GUNS, PISTOLS, WATCHES AXD
I guarantee all my work, aad expeol to iccure
., , frnuipiDrsi ana attention to
business, and executing my work in the best
Hyle f tht art Give me a call and test tar
"I""';. .... JAMBS D- wrrHBnow.'.
Jane 1J, 10-tf
LIST OF PREMIUMS
A Afttu:n it ir tu t
Clearfield County Agricultural Sodc
rpm: i.iii.ming i, I,., i ilrll)Uljl
J. Iir the nicH'iire ('oimi.i!tip, to n, :
Flhiliitfin if tl.u .nil Am 11'..,-. '
M.ibilori (if the iat Annual I'mr:
No. Class 1. p
1. Matthew Rrad, beat Bull,
1. Elain Brown, beat Call under 8 months l
l 3 i r . . , . .
1. c il. JCUBIH, IICHl lOhC OI UX1U, L J
2. II. L. Henderson, Innt Lit IIeiHcrover2ys. i
1. Kobcrt Wrielcr. best fat Btci-r. .
I I (,'l.lBH S
7. D. Rhonds, l,cst MaUiou, i
i. J. J.Keu l, 2annt, "
21. Hirnm Woodward, best double team
1 1. W. V. Wright, best single Jlorae, '
4'J. (i. W. Jiortuii, bet s.iddlc Horn,
13. Diivid Johnson, 2d best taddlc IforBe
, num iiui ne, ,
. 19. U-wis I. Bloom, best 2 year old Colt, ;
Jl. Mill IVortrlUfu,-,! B....L. IJ ,
j". tap. At iintiii'.iin, za " " ;
25. Josei.h Owen h: ,t .1 vcar !,! Colt. '
II. H. 8haw.2d l,ct " ' " "
.M. F. Wallace, bevt draught Iloracs, .
tittiiiuel Loumlierrv, lest pulling at stont;
Bocorutng w weignt, louultou tjj
Jiorre, and ,
1. Hiram Woodward, grey Horse, SCO (
Time 3.10, 3.12, 3.13.
1. D. DePm'li, J Mikrv, -TJB vj
1. Hiram Woodward, iioiituil Bay, g (
Tiuio ';.2."!, 3.20, 3.19.
1. B-icbara Khaw, jr., Korrel, ICO I'
'J'iiiih u.la, 3.14, 3.16.
8. Matthew Krud, beat walking Horn, t f)i
14. 11. Woodward, 2d beFt " " j 1 rt
l i. A. M. Hills, best trotting under aaddlo, 3
V. L.I. Bloom, J tM-.st " " " JO:
Class II. .
3. Wm. T. Ilccd, best Ii.ick Kbncp, ' fj;
2. Wm. I. Bead, beat !, llaouairs Fhcep
4. 1). Dressier, 2d best " " Itandall'i
1. E. Erown, beat Boar, Fa.iuer'i Manuel 4 2 00
1. (-ami. Lnunsbcrry, btht Straw Cutter, 2 M
5. J. I). Tuompson, bet Plow, ; (jo
6. Painl. Louniuerry, lct Hay-fork, Lip.
7. S. Lounsberry, best Threshing machine, Dip
2. II. I. Mead, best bushel ef MW im
12. A. C. Tate, beat bushel of Oats, 3 00
7. Jolin Peters, btt 3 acres of Buckwheat, 2 tm
5. .1. M. Head, best 1 aero of Corn, 3 oil
3. John lrvin, bei-t bushel of Corn eari, 3 uj
I LASH IS. -
11. Xancy Bloom, besdloiif of wheat Broad. Dip.
8. Mrs. W.ripickman, best loaf ol'coin Bread, D p
4. Mrs. T. J. Boyor, best Marblo Cuke, bZ
. Mrs. Jos. Buaw, bet Applu Jellv. Dip,
3. Mrs. J. F. Irwin, best Crab-apple Je!!y, l',p.
10. Mrs. Joseph r-haw, best Currant Jellv, Dip.
1. Mrs. William Morgan, best 5 lbs. of Put
ter, Mrs. Hall'i Dumcstio Economy.
2. Mrs. Win. Morgan, best firkin Butter, Din.
6. Miss 8. K. Hancock, best Cheese, Mn.
Hall's Domestic Economy.
2. J. II. Larrimer, best 50 lbs. Rye 6our, I CO
1. " " " Wheat " 3 6J
2. Mrs, Adam (icarhart, beet stocking Yam, 60
16. Mifs C. MeMullen, best woolen Htovkings, id
K. Mrs. r'uruh Wier, best woolen Mittens, 59
6. Mrs. huruh Wintr. K.wt ..u,1,., r.i...,L... t fui
13. Mn. I. Johnson, best 15 yd, rne Cuniet, 1 00
ii m i i ; ....
ii. ri,;icy,vcei i.i jus. wool Uarpct, 1 I'D
10 Mrs. Dnd Drc&aler, bet Coverlet, 1 00
Miss A. C. Heis-,v, beat 8hect, Dip, or to
Miis K. Liveriiiurc. best '1 Tidva.
Mrs. J. It. Walters, best Chim'ise, "
Miss M. E. llcifey, Ix st Embroidery, "
Mrs. J. B. Walter, best shado wax
Mb. Carrielt. l.nv nf Sl.lt. "
4. Mrs. J. U. llartswick, best embroidery in
"'"If. Din', or
.10. Miss L. Morenn. best watch case. "
111. Mrs. ('. H . VuMor h.t ,.!,.,.
23. Mrs. Henry Briilge, best worsted cm-
16. M ifs M. M itobi'II, best work onpai)er.M
7. Mm. J- II. VnllV.r.l h-Mi.
12. Miss Sallio tvickctt, best pair ofa
15. Mrs. (I. 11. Hall, btst fine ehirt, "
41. Mil's Julia Smith, best lamp mat, "
c. 31 ra. J. 11. Ml turtl. Iif.l ohm, "
Mifs Mary Sm-kctt, bct woik bug, "
John Ecmimonte, best J down knirei
7. Alex. Lounslrry, lie t farm wagon,
3. tl. L. Iiecd, best family carriage,
5. Samuel Loiinherry, bi'st buggy,
2. Georgo II. Hall, bet wheelbarrow,
5. Nathaniel Rifhcl, tH..t window sash,
1. Nathaniel Iiifhel, b.st axe handles,
2. John J. Head, best cb.thes hangtir,
3. N. Ttifhel, greatest vnrii !y of sqiir.lici,
N. (I. H. Hull, b.'it J ....ul of beets,
5. Mrs. Mtirarv Warinf. beat 1 ki-.i, lulnni
enn i eiers, rcn raitiflics,
Nnthnniel lii: he!, lest rutabagas,
Mrs T. .1, Love,-, Kst eclrrv.
At M. Hills. )c;l 1 bushel nV earnla.
A . C. Tate, be.'t 6 heads of ca bnc,
Win Morgan, bis! j ufliel of f.rr.ip.t,
H. I. Min i, host j Imh'l of po'atoes,
Mrs, Win. M.-ii:i. Iiri 1 l.n i,r. .-
17. Mrs. A. M. Hills, best 1 qt. lima beam,'
6. Polly M Cleiian, ont red pippu J,
10. John Peters, best wat r mel.ons,
1. Wm.Buuhanan, tet 1 side harnes,
2- " npjHir leather,
" " " n ca'f,
3. Mrs. David Dressier, I coat,
1. Mis. Jose ph Owens, 1 pair pants and vest,
3. Nathaniel Blsliel, best writing ink,
4. D. Dressier, bcl sample of toaji,
4. .Ionian Bead, best lump con',
4. Nathaniel Kishel. beat rotlcr'i clav,
Clash . 3.
5. John Peter, best varictv of fruit, Man
ning's Fruit 1'ook, and
2. Samuel Lounsberry, Wst peck of ap
ples, Manning ! Fruit Book.
4. James Mitoheli. fine lot of applet, Man
ning' Fruit Book.
Ci AS! 41.
1. John D. Wright, bet nuriery,
8 Mn. It. D. Welch, bnt boqnef,
t. D F. Etweiler. beat
Sewing Machine, pin
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