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PIES a 3 0 UTS
THE Commissioners of Clearfield Coun-
ty, Do hereby give public notice, to the
owners of Unseated Lands and Town Lots
within said county, that one, or more than
one ycar’stax upon those lands is now twelve
months due, and that unlessall road and
county Taxes are paid, with the costs neces-
sarily accruing thereon—to the Treasur-
er of said county, within three months from
this date, the sald commissioners. will pro-
ceed to make sale, according to law, of the
said Unseated Lands, or so much of each
tract, respectively, as may be sufficient to
discharge the amount of said Taxes and
Given under our Hands and Seal
of Office, at Clearfield, this 31st day
JOSEPH BOONE, Clk.
i OD et
THE EVENTS OF WAR
Just published, by Jacob Elder, Price 1
and for sale at this office, and the differ-
ent book stores in this borough, a new
EVENTS: OF » THE WAR,
Between the United States & Great Bri-
tain, during the years 1812 and 18]3—
Both Military and Naval.
Harrisburgh, March 29, 1813.
37 Persons wishing to subscribe for
this work, will have an opportunity of do-
ing so at the ensuing court, by calling at
GENUINE PATENT AND FAMILY
WHICH ARE CELEBRATED
For the Cure of most diseases to which the
Humane Body is Liable.
Prepared only by the Sole Proprietor,
T. W.DYOTT, M.D.
Grandsen of the late celebrated Dr. Ra-
bertson, of Edinburg,
Dr. Robertson’s celebrated Stomachic
Elixir of Health.—Price one dollar and fife
Dr. Robertson’s Vegetable Nervous Cor-
dial ; or Nature’s Grand Restoiative—
Price one dollar and Fiity cents.
Dr. Robertson’s Celebrated Gout and
Rheumatic drops. Price two dollars.
Dr. Robertson’s Stomachic Wine Bitters.
Price one dollar.
Dr. Robertsons Infallible Worm Des-
troying Lozenges. Price Fifty cents per
package. Large ditto, one dollar.
Dr. Dyott’s Anti-Biiious Pills, for the
prevention and cure of Bilious and malig-
nant fevers. Price 25 cents per Box.
Large ditto, 50 cents.
Dr. Dyott’s Patent Itch Ointment, a
safe and infallible cure, for that tormenting
and disagreeable disorder, the ltch. Price
Dr. Tissot’s celebrated Gout and Rheu-
“matic drops. Price 2 dollars.
The Vegetable Balm of Life Price 1
The Balm of Iberia, for curing defects
in the skin, and improving the complexion.
Price 2 dollars.
. The Restorative Dentrifice, for cleansing,
whitening, and improving the teeth and
Price 50 Cents per Box.
Dr. Dyot’s Infallible tooth-ache drops.
Price 50 Cents.
pr Take notice that the above Medi-
cines are not Genuine, without the signa-
ture of the sole proprictor,
T. W. DYOTT, M.D.
Pamphlets containining certificates of
cures, &c. &c. performed through the ef-
ficacy of the above medicines, may be had
gratis, by applying to the undersigned.
N. B. The above medicines are sold by
appointment ofthe proprietor (T. W. Dy-
ott) at the store of Jacob Test, in Bellefonte,
who keeps on hand a constant supply of
drugs and patent Medicines.
He has also received a fresh assortment
of seasonable Goods, consisting principally
of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard ware, Li-
quors, &c. which he will dispose of at as
Jow a rate as possible, for cash or orders on
Iron Masters. \ ;
To those who have heretofore favored
shim with their custom he returns his sin-
.vcere thanks, and assures them, that his ex-
ertions in the line of his business, shall be
unremitted to merit a continuance of it,
~~ JACOB TEST
Bellefonte May 13,1814,
Good wages will be given to a number of
industrious, sober men for clearing land,
working in the Coal’ Mine. &c. &c. Itwill
not be so material to the employer whether
he pays them every day, after the work is
done, or by the week. Any person of the
above description, will meet with good en-
couragement by appiying to the under-
signed at Little Moshanon Estabihisment
on the north side of the West Branch of the
- HERRMAN YOUNG.
P. S. Good roads have been opened from
Milesburg across; and also from Philips-
burg and Clearfield to the above establish-
ment. Store-goods and provisions are
always kept for the accommo dation of peo-
Deserted this day, June 1, from the
Redezvous at Bellefonte,
A private in the 4th Rule Regt. Lorn in
Duches county, state of New York, and by
profession a Shoemaker. He is full six feet
high, about thirty nine years old—ogompiex-
ion very dark, sharp nose, black eyes, and
dark hair ; was enlisted on the 24th ult.
at Mill Hall, inthis county. His clothes
(having none bulonging to the United States)
cannot be minutely described. He had on
a light grey iong coat wih large gut but-
tons, a pair of coarse Home-made tow
trowsers, cross-oarred, and a pair of half
boots, very short ard old.
It is earnestly hoped that all citizens fa-
vorble 10 the interests of their country,
will make use of some exertions to ensure
his apprehension, as every recent desertion
appears purposely to defraud goverrment.
There are now upwards of one thousand
deserters runving’ at large, so that every
suspicious character ought to be taken up
and strictiy examined.
Whoever apprehends said deserter, shall
receive the above Reward, & all reasonable
expences for securing or <elivering him
into the custody of any United States’ offi-
WM. G. GREEN, Capt. 4th. R. R.
Bellefonte, June 1, 1814.
————— BR SA...
DESERTED on the night of the 24th
instant, from the Rendezvous at Bellefonte,
A private in the 4th Rifle Regiment, twen-
ty one years old, six fect, one inch high; yel-
low complexion, dark eyes and dark hai,
and by profession a Jaborer. His clothing
(not having uniform) cannot well be recol-
Jeced further than his having a Wool Hat,
Home-made Trowsers, and it is believed a
Roundabout or Coatee. .
It 1s earnestly hoped that citizens will ex-
ert themselves in apprehending said deser-
ter. He enlisted on Saturday last, and
his premature desertion induces a belief that
he may probably agam enlist,’ to defraud
the United States. He said he was born
in. Northumberland county, Pennsylvania.
Any person apprehending said deserter
shall receive the above reward, and all rea-
sonable expences paid for delivering him
into the hands of any officer of the United
. States Army. 4
WM G. GREEN, Capt. 4th R. R.
Bellofuntey, May 28, 1814,
ALL persons indebted tothe estate of
Samuel Wiison deceased, are requested to
make payment immediately ; and al! those
having demands against said estate, will
please to present their accounts properly
GEORGE BRESSLER; /dm’r.
CATHARINE WILSON, Adm’ irz.
May 28, 1814.
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eR ee ee ete ret
Preparing tor the Press,
A WORK, TO BE ENTITLED,
THE TWO CAMPAIGNS,
Being a detail, of the events of the war,
by sea and land, from ‘ts commencment to
the first of January 1814, price half bound,
fifty cents each copy, of 96 pages, 12 mo.
The continued demand for the « First
year’s war’’ has rendered a second edition
necessary. It is therefore intended to extend
it to the end of the second campaign, under
the above title. e Nn
It will be forwarded, by the mail in
sheets, at thirty and a half cents each co-
DY. | 4 |
Distant printers, who wish to publish the
above work, may have permission for that
purpose. on very iiberal terms, by.applica
tion to the « editor of the Military Monitor
124 DOLLARS BOUNTY.
FOUTH REGIMEN OF
All stout, able-bodied men, look at this !
You may have an opportunity of serving
your country upon hounorabie and advanta
geous terms. [Fifty dodars will be gi-
ven at the time of enhsunent ; fifty dol-
lars immediately on joinining the regi~
ment, and 24 dollars and
160 ACRES OF LAND
when discharged, besides the monthly pay
of eight dollars, and one good and whole-
some ration per day. You may have you
choice, either to enlist for five years or
during the war. A more liberal offer ne-
ver was made you. Good and comfortable
clothing will be provided, and every possi-
ble attention paid to your comfort. It will
be recollected that ail persons who enlist
under the existing laws of congress, will
be free from arrest or imprisonment for
A Rendezvous has been opened at each of
the following places, viz : Bellcionte, Aa-
ronsburg, Mill-tally and Philipsburg, where
officers are ready to enlist men of tie above
Any person bringing a recruit, not ob-
jectionable, shall iminediately reccive
premium of eight dollars.
Wiil be employed on advantageous terms
if immediate application be made at Belle-
fonte or Aaronsburg.
Wu. G. GREEN,
Capit. 4th regt. Kijicmen,
' GEO. GETZ, 1st. Licus. do. do.
A. VAND VRE
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends
and the public in general, that he has
commenced the Saddle and Harness Ma-
king business in the borough of Bellefonte,
at the corner of Market and Main streets,
immediately opposite Mr." Alexander’s ta-
vern. He flatters himself from an atten-
tion to business, and the superior quality of
his work, to merit a share m the public pa-
P. S. All orders will be thankfully receiv-
ed and punctually attended to.
April 11, 1814,
LYCOMING MAIL STAGE,
WILL start from the house of the sub-
scriber (sign of the LION) in Williams-
port, every Friday morning at five ¢’clock
and arrive at Northumberland by six ; leave
Northumberland every Saturday morning
at four and arive at Williamsport by seven ;
leave Williamsport every Sunday morn-
ing at seven and arrive at Jersey Shore by
eleven ; leave Jersey Shore at one P. M.
and arrive at Williamsport by five,
Fare from Northd. to Willi-
From Williamsport to Jersey
Shore 1 00
Ail intermediate distances seven cents
April 22, 1814,
Freight on all kinds of Baggage to be
paid when entered on the way-nill, and to
be at the risk of the owner.
TAYLOR and 1.ADY’s HABIT
( Late from Philadelphia )
RESPECTFULLY iniorms the inhabi-
tants of Bellefonte and its vicinity that he
has commenced the above business in
Bellefonte, at the House of R.'T. Stewart,
Esq. He flatters himuself that from his at~
tention to business, and iis lormer experi-
ence, that he wiki give general satisfaction.
Bellcfonte Marci 29, 1814.
d AW Ls i 49
A lol o. Land containing 12 acres, situ-
ate in Hall-moon township, Centre county,
adjorning lands of Thomas Thompson, Jo-
seph Richards and Jesse Whippo, eligibly
situated for a Tan-Yard or distitiery. There
are on the premises, a Dwelling House and
Stable; a number of bearing Apple and
Peach trees; a Spring of excelient water ;
about two acres ot Meadow, and several a-—
cres more may be made at a small expense,
and watered by a stream which runs thro’
the premises. Kor terms apply to the sub-
scriber near the premises.
May 28, 1814.
v RL %
THE highest price that is given inc asu,
will be paid for clean Linen and Cotton
RAGS at this OrFric=.
LAND FOR SALE.
Three Plantations consisting off
ELEVEN HUNDRED ACRES,
“ Handsomely situated on Buffaloe Run,
miles from Bellefontey in Centre County
The land is good and well watered. 15
acres upland, cleared; and 60 of Meadow
On the premises are 2 Mine SsaTs, onl}
oneof which has been lately erected asa
Mir, which is now in good order.
Dwelling Houses, three Barns, and a largg
Orchard, with farming utensils, &c. &c.
For terms apply on the premises to the
" GILBREATH KNOX,
May 28, 1814.
+O rn. CAI ———ss
List of letters remaining in the Post Office
Mill Hall, July 1, 1814.
William Brooks, Charles Wilson, Eliza
Clark, William Dougherty, Daniel Ham
mer James T. Hewey, Joseph Kerry, John
Maniel, Jas. M<Key, Jno. Patterson, Tho
NATHAN HARVEY, P.M.
List of letters remaining in the Post Office
Beltefontey July 1, 1814.
Henry Alexander, Benjamin Brown, Diva
Butler, Jobn B. Bennett, Samuel Bruel
hard, William Bloome, Dr. Samuel Cole
man, dintry Cole, Washington Corsse, Ma
ry Lenny, Daniel Dale, Thomas Oeweese
Amos Darris, Major R. Parrick, Mar
Water, John Dougherty or Jacob Grove,
John Euings, John Franks, Thomas Green
George Guie, Francis Graham, Danie
Gillman, William Gardiner, John Gohne
Joseph Greeny 2 5; Margaret Hall, David
Hollingsworth, Daniel Hildredge, Aaronf§¥
ffardon, Andrew leaslet, Jacob Harvey,§
Adam Hepsha, John 4imilier, John Irwin
Thomas Kiik, jun. Dean Kuox, Catherincf
King, George Kinkead, Bazii Lucas, Wil§
liam Lamb, Peter Lorillard, Samuel Long
‘Thomas Ligate, Robert Lipton, George 3
Leidy, John Moore, Hugh M:Guar, Mar-
tha Mullen, James Moore, John M¢«Calmont
William M¢minn, Joseph Montgomery, §.
John Neal, 2; Catherine Orth, John Patter-
son, William Petriken, Timothy Patton,
John Pryer, Joshua Potts, Hugh Quin,§
William Russel; John Rodgers, Andrew
Snyder, John Spangler, Charles Shaeffer, §
John Speer, John Shamvon, Adam Stroupe §
John Thompson, 2 ; Abraham Thompson, §
‘Charles Wilson, Jacob Way, John Willi-
ams, 2; Jesse Williams, Henry Work,
Jane Wilson, Jacob Young, Nicholas Zieg-
ROBERT T. STEWART, P. M.
5 DOLLARS REWARD.
STRAYED away from the siable of the
subscriber, living at Bald Eagle Forge
A BLACK MARE,
about seven or eight years old ; has a star
on her forehead; been lately foundered
and is only shod behind, the two fore shoes
being lost. She has also, a very long tail,
Any person taking up the above described
mare, and leaves her with Mr. Joseph But-
ler, inkecper at Bellefonte, shall receive thg
above reward and all reasonable charges.
May 7, 1814,
DISSOLUTION or PARTNERSHIP.
THE partnership of Tho. Beatty & co. is
thisday dissolved by mutual consent. The
Books and Papers belonging to the said
firm ave left in the care of Elisha Moore,
Esq. in Bellefonte, who is authorised to re-
ceive all monies due. Persons indebted
arc requested to call and make payment.
Bellefonte, May 28th, 1814,
3. AN Excrisu ALMANAC
for the year 1815, printed on a new type,
and containing the usual number of pages,
will be published from this office by the
latter end of September next.
ers:and others, in this and the adjoining
counties, can be suplicd at the usual price,
by making appiication muncdiately.
37 Letters post paid, will be punctual.
ly attended to, by
Ho~rtizepoy May 19.
IN a Private Family, a Boy and Girl, a-
bout ¢ighit or ten years of age ; to be bound
for a term of years.——-—---Enquire of the
Bellefonte, June 25.
OF ALL E1NDS,
Neatly executed at this office, with aecurgy.?
oy and dispatch.