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CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 17, 1SC4.
GONE to TVaR. On Monday mornin?
last three young men, Samuel V. Shop?,
Window Lrtnich and Jacob Sttne. left tin;
place for WaterforcL where they intend to
enlist for three years.
Promoted. V.'e learn that our friend
P.ter A.Uaulin, of French villa. h been
promoted to a Captaincy in fhe 5Jbt nn a
liegiment. We wish the Captain success
in his new position. , ,
Amos RoV ha, al l1
Captain of company r, .-., u -
and Thomas Liddell as 2d Lieut.
EW Goods. The first prxxls of the serf
son have just been opened at Boynton &
Showers' in Clearfield. The members of
thu firm are clever and accommodating gen
tlemen, and do their utmost to cater to the
wants of the public always ready, and al
ways willing to wait upon customers. Their
pre-ent stock of goods embraces the latest
and most fk-sbionable styles, and will be sold
at vejy reasonable rates. See their adver
tisement in another column.
Shof.t Aoaix. It seenn to be our for
tune to be left short of workmen very fre
iuent!y during the progress of the war. On
JlmJay morning 8. ' Shope, one of our
hanls, left for Waterford to enlist in the
army of the Union. This is the fourth
young man that has gone into the military
service of his country, out of the Journal
offioe. Whether this exit is the re-u!t of
our precepts, or not, we ieave our readers
R. Fent Ward. This gentleman, and
soVlier, was home on a fchort visit la-t week,
and looked well. Fent enlisted in the 1st
I'enn'a Rides (old Bvcktails). at the break
ing out of the war, a a private was after
wards promoted to a 1st Lieutcnantcy, and,
we are infurmed, is now commissioned as
Captain of company K, of that famous old
regiment. The Captain has our Lest wihes
Ibr his future welfare, and may he ever
,rove true and faithful to his country and
the cause which he has espoused, and wear
with honor the merited distinction which
has been conferred npori him.
The Weather. It would seem ihnt the
"fcroudd-h"g" didn't tis. up the weather!
very permanently this season, or, at least, j
it has been of rather a tickle nature during i
the pat wek. Home snow fell, but t he
warm sun ana mild air did rot permit it to
miiaiti iontr. ferhaps his hoghip "niiulii
ed " in a little ''laer," or some other --t'.iii-u'enr,
on the 2d of February, winch may
Lave had the e fleet f obscuring hi vision,
and caused him to lo-Jc in a: gutter in-to:id
vi'ieturning to his burrow according to :m-e.t-nr
custom and, as a consequence, tlie
weather has leei in a '"reeling" condition
too. Mr. Ground hog had better look to his
laurels as a "weather indicator" or he will
lose his former reputation.
P. S. Yesterday (Tuc-day'i we had snow,
t low, freece, thaw, and sun-hice. and it was
iuite cold doling the past night. and this
ii:Mi'.riti. That "weather indicator" mav
suiier up" and give small ''spell yet
to partially redeem his recitation ;
liave mtle faith m his promises.
OfR Qi"t'fA. We have frequently refer- f you had taken that eminent statesman, that
rod to the matter of raising the quota of j only for a '"i .o agre majority" of one hun
(Jlearficid by volunteers, but it scorns our j dred thouan ! word I Lave- been Governor of
suggestions have been unheeded. And what Ohio, with you ; and then have had tliat
is the result of this neglect? .Simply, that other 'Jniisr that came so ni-h 'only fif
we are daily losing men out of the county, j tin thousand short j boiur fJoveinor of the
tt ii.'i drilif in u.h .Mnik.M.... .....1 . l. .K .f . I O! ) . ! ... . . t ,
v in cum ii'uiiLH..., dim auirut.;i i ia !
j ay the largest local bonuries leaving this
..uuiy to furni-h her full quota by a draft.
This should not be so! Our citizens .should
i'lllow the example of those of other coun
ties. They should make a united effort to
procure volunteers, ami thus prevent the
; icaiit unbeuclicial exit from this county.
From information received from different
t-iwuships we have no heitoney in saying,
d.at wc believe, that at least oilmen have
: It our county within the last three- weeks,
to obtain the bounties ofrered in other local
lot's. How is this drawing off of our popu
lation to be. r rt-ventedi' It can be done in
l'Vo :V:y-. First, by the county authorities
Serine a local bounty ; and 2d, by the citi
t n of the several sub-districts raising such
b.unty. Or. if neither of these proposi- i
jyiis bedeenied feaaibie, let there be aeom
' !;i .-J mi scriptioi) )y the county and citi
zens, which in the -ageregate would equal
"lie amount that woufd have to be appropri
ate! by them seperately. This latter sug-go.-uoii
would, pt-rh ips, be preferable, as 'it
""ouid uot fall so heavy on individuals as if
titrate subscriptions were alone resorted to.
-o as this is a matter that interests every
uiua. woman, and child in the county, anil
js the time tor the draft is rapidly approach
jjib". we hoj.e there will be no furtlier delay
to ilm taking of proper measures to fill
the quota of Clearfield county by volun-!-,
and thereby prevent the draining otf
par war-goiug population without bene
tttiir oureouiitv in the kast. We have
''hen reeun-ed'to this subjeet of late, that
nine de'.iey in doing so now ; but
"tUnni? it iiltr .111,,- n.'! Ua ..rftv.ot.ir. -.C
tlie neojile of the county to a subject of such
"ytal niiionance to all, we once more direct
"tir attention thereto. And now, the onlv
istion that remains, is Will vou make
n eaurt to raise the quota oi" Clearfield
Mty by volunteers and thus retain those
t," are straying off, or do vou desire that
t .e whole number be made up by a draft?
Arkansas. When the Arkansas Conven
tion took the State out of the union in 1S61,
f -Uurphy. of Montgnmerv countv, who
p'J tn elected as a Unionist, held to hi.
a"h, inj aloDe of sixtv-one members voted
pmst Recession. lie was abused and
-..reatetied in even- shameful manner. His
J reply was. "I am a slaveholder; but
ssioi will kill slaverv. ' ' He has lived to
thrr S-the truth of thiremark. He is now
1 lm,on candidate for Governor of Arkan-
na ready to finish the work which Se
loo has begun.
wo,1j?A.VE, fellow the young man who
&n- -,'?racf''' tne copperhead con
ban l thl3 P'ace allowing one of its
V t0 int the 'Abolition' army,"
ftherV lett" grace the alt very armv,
v. -n, 1 n w-gace the Union army, with
jour hSrtTi6' YUr ShUld bS Wbere
flalT enDtit, is a patriotic town. Her
tcliS3 the caU was s and 25 Lave
COEfiESPONBENCE 0? TS JOUi.SAL.
Letter frou Philipour, Pa.
Philipsrcro. Pa., Feb. loth, 1864.
Pear Journal : are now in the;
mid.-t of the season when Cupid shoots his .
arrows in countless numbers, . and Jcirs uio ':
wounded seriously, mortudy, siltrut'y, and
some fatally nor.n escape; without a se;atdi
1'rom this winged messenger's lovely dart.-, i
Time honored St. Valentine, is nearly '"play-1
ed out " in these modern times. '1 he time'
was, not many years ago either; that the 14th
of lebruary was anxiously and patiently
waited for. "by the lover, the rival, the ene
my and all the names and styles and titles
of man and women kind, from the twelve
year old Miss and young America up to the
old maid anil bachelor of half a century's
growth. All took a turn through that kind
and generous medium, Uncle Sam's P. (.
arrangement, to give vent to their love, ani
mosity, or scandal, in the form of a valen
tine. But .since the old Gent put forth the
decree that all letters thould be prepaid,
The joke of sending a valentine
lias feil into a rapid decline ;
especially with those who improved the oc
casion to make the recipients pay lor their
Ourtown boyswhohavediUinedthe '"Ker
sey" of Father Abraham .still keep coming
home on furlough, iriaiited thorn Ly reason
of re-en o.-Ltiieu
. of Co.
45thlieirt. 1. V. lJi Armv Corns, arrived
on Ti;e-d:y i.ist. They look line, noble,
manly, and al! ibe att:ili:?es that I elong to
the American .mailer are clearly depicted on
the gai'arit toys. Tiie 4;"th Iteg't. has seen
Kie hard service. ' They are just front the
fie Ms whore thev won laurels that Will nev
jo manv heroic an
i daring deeds
done bv the 'Jth Army (
i ps wiii ever a
ao.l its liicmbers
e'eneratioiH as he
dorn the pa-c ol' hi.-f;:y,
be pointed out by future
roes ot many a hard fought, battle. Wel
come, thrice wi.eonie home, ye brave and
gallant sons. God uianr that you may find
the b'c:sing of health an 1 ha;piii"s among
vour fathers, nsot be:. wives. ehi!(iren..-i.-ter.,
and brothers, an 1 when yon sixain go forth
for another tenu, to lUbt the l aities vi' our
g'oiioiis countij'. n. ay it Le the will of an
.!l-wie and just God, to protect you fnun
the fatalities of war, and that you may safe
ly return to yeur hoim-.. ani live to a rije
oIl age find enjoy th- of nuir own
brave and no!) lu-arts, a restored I'nion.
And stiil they come yet another ciiusioii
in the eohnnus oi' your couiemporary. on
the good elioets of tlu: viins contained in
the cop'perheads, from the fluctuating pen
that sitge of snails, Ihedriek hxline.
True in his brae developed bumn of insta
bility. Ihediiek has abau loned the awft-ra-tani-de-
ham-ciinniivj -epistolary prfidtt.-tion
on tin natural hi.-toiy of ,-naiks, and !'?
throning Morphi-uj mounts the throne of
that ancient. roil atid wenrls his way to the
dominions f Limn. Alas! for DioJiiek ;
the truth of smph.-iou is fast coming about,
flis ino-t sanguino ftien b h;tve thought for
,ne time pa-t. that fair Cynthia was draw
ing him softly, but slo.v and surely into her
t;i sei n a t i n ; c u 1 1 ra e. Pa rt i c n! a rl v w I le n t h a t
tjneen or mtnt was making the tour oi her
(vie(i,i! o;!,ir. in full ejuij'age. No won
der his balloon became unmanageable, infla
ted with such miserable. trets,,,ai,le, relN-I-l'mus.
copperhead gas, as he let off while
Ami then such ballast: -naik-
y, iletum-t, away back before the davs of
the subtil-- invader of Paradise. Oh ' ' -.t
voi jfsioiie. witar an l nreroM in" iIoiol'.i-
tion to tne moon it would have been. Put
Piedriek why did you not stay with Luna?
"i ou might have had a few editions of your
dream struck olf and sent tin m down to
'Bobby' of canine nr.vsib,,,,t.foi- graTitutions
distribution among the fairhful. The same
trouble must have existed there, that does
terra lirma. I presume you soon learned
that there was a "cruel war' iroing on. and
to gain a membership in good standing, you
would be required to smell burnt gunpowder.
But you had conscientious scruples, of a
strong copper tendency, against 1-earing
arms, so you concluded to comeback to your
''lader land' and send greeting, to all cop
perheads in good faith, your "wonderful
dream" a true and faithful explanation of
the doctrine of Copperheads. Wonderful
prolific brain I
"Ye Gods, it doth amaze me."
A snaik of such treasonable temper should J
to get the start of this venomous nest
And bear the virus all alone."
aye to isMie such a lengthy dream, to un
fold the unhidden mysteries of the past,
covering a period of seventy-two years, and
all told except the administration of an ob
scure individual bearing the name of Bu
chanan, a name now obsolete in the short
space of three and a half columns of a news
paper. I do not wonder that the doinsrs of!
the administration, above mentioned, were
not "consideied in."' for Piedrick's motto
seems to be "prolixity is the soul" of cop
perheads, and it would h ave been but a
speck towards recording the stealing by
1-ioyd. to say nothing of the delay of "Oid
Buck " to fulfil the obligation, of the oath
" I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will
faithfully execute the oiliee of President of
the United States, and will, totlubestof
my ability, rrxrrct: jirnttrt. and ihfe:i1 the
Constitution of the United States." Poor,
old "Utick !" hi . ability, like Diedrick's,
had got so low that he could not carry out
the words oi tlie oath
defend,'-' 1 partieu'arh
pre-l'Vfl pr.ilcct aii'l ! tacon. tisn, riour. aait ; mow, stone and j-.ar-tin;
kst)' without in- ! '''-. and .stoves.
.suit in." hi.-i friends, JeiT llavisi Co. Di'J-
rick, dream azain. iiesiLrti vourselt to vour
virtuous couch at an early hoar and you may ! hams. Chintz.''Kerchief . .Nubias. Sont.igs. X a Ji
be al'ie to take in those lour year, th lt .VOU ; kin. Lawns. Einen. Luce Edgings. Collars. Trim
hoppe.1 over. J.eaiu o i ! Oh. wh.it vis- j ming. Bfaldn. Vai:, etc
ions of snalL- iiin-r ntfi'inl vou ! UF UAKBWABE. be has axes. saws, chisels.
nn-hino. wind. hat!. sIoelknvu3 l:,rks- .locl!"- ninge.. screws, auzers,
C , . i , ii -1 i j; J
trec-ze. Meet, hail, v:im. .siiiilimo, liuid. t
snow, freeze, is the register of each twentv
four liours since ' "Ground d:iy. Dut
a better time is cominsr. and lumbermen
are confident that it will tnow.
That's the question.
Mossop sells the cheapest goods in the
county. Buy your goods at Mossop's.
PRESERVE YOFR BFAUTY-Symmctry of form
your halth and mental powers, by using that
Safe. Pleasant. Popular, and Specific Ketned.v
known as Ilclmbold s extract Encbu. Read the
Advertisement in mother column, and profit by
it diseases nnd symptoms enumerated. Cut it
out and preserve ir. You" may not now require it,
but may at some Future Day.
'It gives health and vigor to the fraini,
And b!Km to the pallid cheek.'.'
It Saves Long Suffering and exposure. Be
ware of Counterfiets ! Cares Guaranteed " - '
LAHHE STOOK OF OLASS, paints.'nils,
whre lead. etc.. at , E. A. IRVIVS
FOnilLUCl'TTEKS of a superior make
for saje at reasonable prices, at MEURELL
and BIHLEii'S. Clearfield. Pa.
rrUVENTV-FIVE Til MIKED ACHES
1 Of LAND AT PRIVATE SALE. extending
to the mouth of the Moshnnnon. An eligable
property; on reasonable terms. Inquire of
H. UrCHEK aWDOl'E.
Decl9-tf, Attorney at Law Clearfield P
IVOTICi: TO SCHOOL DIltEC TORS
1 1 The School Directors of the different Town
ships in C.earfield County, are hereby notified to
return, to the Commissioners of Clearfield County,
he number of mill ussei-sed for School pu. poses
for the year A. D. ISfiJ .t HS3, duly, signed by
tbe President and attested by the secretary.
Jan. 27. Ey order of Commissioners
W S. BRADLEY Clerk.
WOiiOltlTFFsi M PORTANT WEATI1
IT KK l.NPICATOK.-Krm Messrn Munn
fc Co.. of tbe Srientjie. im-rirai) '. -From the eon
slrnetion of fhls itisti unietit . as well a. frrnn the
Ample t4-jtiitioiils. 1-oih of prnotin;il furmers a oJ
men of Sx-iei.ee. we are FMti-fied ttHt it is really
n gooil. prnerieahlu IS trutifti-r To ho seen at
Jude h.-trretlji. uti'l oth is in CieiirfklJ. Airent
f.ir t lesofiohl Co . II. ! Wiur.uT, who will pupply
iiitrnuirtit on short notice . Jan V7 IsMl.
V .S -LK. The lit ih-riogried will sell it public
8nle. on jfliirJiiy. Fetnuiirv 27iU. the foiiio,4
property, si u;tte iu New Millport. 0!e;o field eouu
ty. Ph.. to wit. 'i!e Sfenti: S:iw-mill; n 'Iri.'t
ltitM i h o r e mi he run either l-y steiou or w.oer or wu'o
the two cm billed ; two g"od jweilins; houses,
one new tti'li u large kiteheu attHehed ; u new
Store loiue Is l.y "( feet, anil about ion neres of
hind, wiih ir.xtd barn an I o'.licr out- buibon,.?
thereon Al..-ut "o nert-s of the hind is
and under g-ood cul livntion. the b;il;inee is ell
tiuibeicd A well of exuellein water is near the
dour of the houe "nnd the w:iter jiowcr is a good
one. Any person desirous ol pureloisin a prop
ty of this" description is invited tocallund see
the premises. The terms will be made to suit the
pur. h.iM r Al. O, tsi'IUK.
New Miliport. F'cc .''.0. 1 Sl':!.
Q W. CARPE.NTKU'. II KMSZi:V&C'0S.
VlOlcsale Drug & Chemical Warehouse
A.7:i7 Hu.i-t Strxtt, f'hr.f.r.rp'iia,
The Fuli-cribcr- keVp cotistanty on hand u large
so.ek of )?. .If-row. C't " !. I'n-irurtirit-tir.it
preparations. ;oid every oilinr nrtic.'o. "hi-h
;ipprtions I the business; embracing the most
extensive variety also. i.'v. 0v. ;o.d (i',tx of
eveiv ileseriptioii. All articles purchased from us
can bf lelied on n? ht-in of tne most superior
quality. :ind at as low nn'ees as ilieV C-m he had
We ean offer such ItnliiBenients us will iimke it
the int'-rest of iiirelinser t lay in their "applies
from us and sive us their fuuire pall oioiie. and
invite all. who visit the eiiy. t- u.iil at our est ib
lishuici.t All oidurc udilrcssed to us by mail
will meet with pro" pt atention.
;i:). V. OAUl'KN I Uli. HEN?ZEV A Co
Feb. 3.-3 m 737 Maiket Street. Philadelphia.
Jcr tiie Iruit.. "Flower and Kitchen Grdea.
lsiU THU !
C AIIDKN CIIVS JI(.'M1LY.
W (i P. I l.t-M kl.fi;. Pii! !i.-h. r. ( nee : 2:!d
North si.vth St.. Philadelphia Terms-SI 60 a
year Kiiited by Thomas Aleehati- The Month
ly contents, lire :
llisis flower (lardeti and Pleasure-iJround ;
Fruit iJarden ; Vegetable llardea ; Window (iar
tleiiinij. CommiM' ATIOns Foihacin the views of the
writers on ilorticultioo.it Hiirnl Affairs.
FoiTouiAL Hiving the Editor's views on the
itnpoi la nt Horticultural improvements
.SvHAi'S ami L"K'(ii.;s Xkiv Kkits Ni;w
Plants lJoJitsTO- avi Foiikigx Intcli.igk.vcj?
foiiMOX Cotoir.siovr-ENcj; lioi,Tirn.Tti!AL No
ticks. U'4th each liepartaient handsomely illustrated.
These genenil leatures will be retained, and
the publisher pledges himself that no labor or ex
pense shall be spared to render the succeeding
issues of the Magazine every way worthy of the
favor wi:h which his prev ions wfforts have beeti
amply rewarded vSeLj for a specimen
I rsT j: k f k i v i: n at rifw-ft
CUE A P. I EWE I.I! V STOKE. r4f?t
iJr.ihaiu s How. Clearfield . P.i , n 6ne nssorimeiit ol
WATCHES JEWELKV. ic.. Ac, lo which wo in
!old and Silver bunting ar.d open f iced watch
es. to be had at NAl:il.E'S.
The American Lever of different quaiitiws. ean
be hail al . N A I lILE S.
Fine setts of Jewelry, sueh ns (.'aineo. Coral. En
va .Ictt. Curbunele. liarnelt. Opal, f lorentine Mo
sain, tjold Stone Mosaic, Porcelain paintings. Ac.,
or single pieces at N A U1 EE'S.
Piatugold Creastpins. Eardrops. Hoop Earrings,
chililreii'seardiopsand ringsat .N'AUil EE'S.
(lold sea's, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at NAUJI.E'S.
tients breast pins, sleeve outtons. shirt smds. fot
buckles and guard slide ut NAlUiLE'S.
A Kne assortment of gold finger rings of differ
ent styles aud Quality, gold lockets, coral neckla
ces, silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards, uud
ail urtiele? in his line, ou baud Ht N A L'U EE'.S.
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancy and
coujhioii Clocks, aud Fancy Time-pieces, from l.2o
to 15 dolIaTS nt NAlTtJLE'S.
Old (lold uiid Silver will be taken in exchange
All goods warranted as represented, or the mo
ney refunded, at NAL'iiLE'S.
If you wish your watches put iu pair
and warrante.l. take tm - S.
" WHAT IS IT?'
GREAT EXCITEMENT IN GIBS HOPS, PA.
KVKIiVBonr SKEUS PLEASED.
An.l Wl.v ShoiiH Thev Not lie?
?nrefy. t!io people in that section of Clearfield
county have great reason to be rejoiced owr
fhe pleasing announcement that
has just opened in his New Store Boom, the larg
est and best selc-toJ sto rk of good ever brought
to that part of the county of Clearfield.
NEW 8TJ..K A 4I NEW GOODS.
The undersigned having removed his store to
his New liuihling on Pii.e .street, (lien Hope, op
posite thu "Union Mouse. is now opening andof-'
feriiig to the. public the largest aud best selected
stock of fcasuiiahlc goods ever off red in this
place ami neighborhood, and will be sold at pri
ces to suit the limes
iiU Slock ciuUraces Dry-tJooJs. Notions. Hard
ware. Queens-ware. Boots. .hocs. Hats and Cans.
Keudy biade clothing
Painr. Oils. Nail
Jl mil iiiH'D.-s, ne tins ..iotus. i assi mers. sat
linetts. Tweeds. Vestings," Flannels. Shirtings.
tiauimers. nans, spites. Cloves oi various patterns
OF GROCERIES, he bs coffee, sugar, molas
ses, teas, rice, pepper cinmuon, cloves, Flour,
hams, sides, shoulders', fish. etc.
OF QL'EEN'SWAliE, he has tea sets, cups and
saucers, cream jurs. ten and coffee pots, pitchers,
bowls, plates, dishes, etc. . .
OF CLOTJUIMi. he has coats, pants, vesta, nn
dershiru, sniru. i3rwers. neck-ties, gloves, socks,
hats, citps. boots, shoes, etc
All the above, and numerous other articles, for
sale cheap for cash, or exchanged for all kinds of
lumber and country produce
Remember, that I am receiving goods weekly
from Baltimore. Philadelphia. Xew York and
Pittsburg, nnd that any goods can be furr.whed
on very short notice.
Cull and exaiuine the goods and prices and sat
isfy yourselves of the utility of buying at
GUn Hope, December 23, "1863. :
RECKIPTS AM) KXPENDITURFSOF
CLEARFIELD COUJiiY, FOR A. D. 1663..
JosErii Shaw, Esq . Treasurer of Clearfield
county, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
in account with said county, from the fith day of
Jan , A l.l63,until the fith day of Jan., A. D.1864.
To amount received from Collectors for !So3. and
previous years.includini; percentage. l 1717 tit
To amount received from Unseated lands. 6o4 t3
To amount from Commissioners' book. aoi 73
To am'tdueat last settlementby Treas'r 6GS 6
By Election expenses, J $1476 OS , .
Py Assessors wages. G!l 14
Py f oi and Wild cat probates, 143 8
Py Justices costs.
Py Jurors waires
1 !v4 00
By Interest oi. orders.
liy Lithograph orders,
Py Const ..les' costs.
By t'onrt-house contract,
By District Attorney's fees,
Py Prolhonotary fees,
lty Sheriff's fees".
Py Jailors fees.
By Janitors lees,
By Court crier,
By Pratt new township.
By Commonwealth costs.
By 'Aud' Froth y Kcgistersac't
By Privy contract,
By 'I reasurers safe,
liy Western Penitentiary,
By t! round for Court-house.
i Py Wood and eoal coutr ct.
By Commissioners wnzes
By Cf.iniiiissioiicts clerks w.-nrcs. 2'! '2 80
j By Pockcts-'tatioiiury 4 postage. 2"0 li
t By Office rent, 7 I 1 a
'-.v r.-xpress and ircight. I.i 4H
Py ounsel fees for lsti2 and '63, 2:'0 00
By Miscellaneous, 207 C7
By Merchandise, 147, I S
By P.oad views. ' ?Ss 09
By Percentage to collectors, 4'J7 50
By Exonerations. .
By Perecnliige paying out, 17? IS
By Percentage receiving. 2(10 00
Bal due Treasurer Shaw.
5 1 33 Pi s2 513313 82
Bouu y Tuni.
Joskpii Shaw, l-.'sq , Treasurer of Clearfield
county, in il.o CoiiouonueaUh of Peniifylvania.
iu a.-couut wiih iJolllt3 l"ui,d,lor the year loi3
To am't ree d from Collectors for 1S53, including
percentage. oUi-i 6(1
To am t rcii U from 1'isseated lands, 231 97
By Bounty Tionds redeeMieuV. 2475 00
Py Interest on Bounty bonds. ti:J.l 55
By Percentage to collectors. 311 10.
iy Exonora;ion.s. 5'J 9i.
By T re us" i 'percentage pay ing out. 77 73
iiy Treas'r percentage iccoi ving, !H
liai d'lo Treasur Shaw, 13 fi5
53.14". 22 S.'151'J 22
Joseph Shaw. Esq.. Treasurer of Cleaifield
county, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
iu account with F,.elief f in,d. for the year lb:i3.
To am't ree'd from Collectors for lb'53, including
percentage, j;7 21
To ain't ree'd from Unseats J lands, 116 Uri
To am't ree'd from l.iiotia fund, 1038 15
To um't lec'd Commissioners booki. IIS Oil
V,y amount of Relief orders, 22:10 11
Py Percentage to Collectors, 155 93
By Exonurations. 31 12
Py Treas'rs percentage receiving. 75 78
Ey Tieas'rs percentage paying out 56 01
Bal due fund by Treas'r, 419 45
Total 302 51 S3029 01
Beceived January 22d 1S(14. of Joseph Shaw.
Esq.. late Treasurer of Clearfield county. Four
hundred and forty nine dollars and forty-five
cents, it being the balance due Belief Fund as
above C. Kkatek, Treasurer.
Due from Collectors.
Amount of County, ."Mate and .Militia taxes due
from collectors for ISU4 and previous years.
Towu'ps. Ccl'rs 'ames. County. Ftate. Militia.
tor I Hal.
I. Williams. 53,15
T. K. McClure. 2.02
CoM'ngt'in, J. Barmot.
G Kephart, 63,89 111.09
J. Mulkirs. 13.55
W. T. Tborp. 3.S.3
J X McCracken. 11.13
N. Brock way,
AV. 1). Woodward
Wuudwurd.J. M. Chase.
Wm Bell. .
'. K. Arnold,
1 1 .30
rsuruside, J. L. Xett,
Chctrt. J. Westover,
Covington. Francis Coudreit
Ciearlield. 11 . Swoope,
urwensv. John JlcXaul.
Ferguson, Nelson Hatch,
Fox. C. A. Wileoi,
Uoshen. R K.'Flegal.
lirallam. Clark A. Eale.
(iueheb. (1. W. McCully,
Huston, Arnold Bliss,
Jordan. H.J Johnson.
Karthaus. John iJilliland,
Knox. James Caihcari,
Lawrence Koht. Wriglcy,
-Morris. Peter S warts,
New W. Jacob Breth.
Pcnn. Thos. Kafferty,
Pike. Jas A. Bloom.
I'nion. J. II. Po'ter. jr
Wood ward. Kobt. Heudersn.
1 1. 10
$ !3;9.ii3 I4y;i,49 483.92
Amount of Relief and Bounty taxes due from
collectors for lrt3
Towu'ps. Coi rs Names Relief.
Bell. Wm Bel! 7S.34
Boggs. J. Diuieling, 53,S
Bloom. Lewis Bloom. 21.25
Bradford, Edmund Dale, . 72.01
Brady. F K. Arnold, 0S.25
Huruide, Jos. L. Neil". 23.07
Chet. Jos V.'estover. 32.08
Covington.. Frsnois Coutlreit, 51 .S7
Clearlild. II. B. Swoope. 253. 17
Curwensv. John McNaul. 41.17
Ferguoou, .elson Match. 05.12
Fox. C. A. Wilcox,
tiosben. R. K. F'egal, 1 l.l'O
i.raham. C A. Dale. 2S.20 51.10
(iuelich, ii W..MoCu:iy, 42.4S 77.00
Huston. Arnold I! iss. 12.81 2.'M
Jordan.- K J. Johnson 09.11 - 117, SO
Karth.ius, John Oilliland. . 2S.4 70.2s
Kn-.x. James Catbcarr, 4S 03 95.97
Lawrence, Robert Wrigley, 64.55 147.S.S
.Morris. Peter Swarts. .01.34 127. t5
New W. Jacob Er-th. 14.70 30,33
Penn, Thos. R.fferty, 50 02 9i.20
Pike, J. A. Bloom. 100.79 197.90
t nion. J. H. Potter, ir. 29.12 20.04
Woodward, Robert Henderson,
. County Financn.
Aggregate amount of outstanding coun
A ggregate amount of outstanding eourt
Aggregate amount of outstanding comi-
31 ?l 50
house bonls. 18500 00
Amount due Treasurer ?baw, . 4 71
Aggregate xaonut due. from j
Collcclors. 338 63
Aggregate amount dua from
Ensealed lands, 5S27 45
Agirregate amount du4 from
judgments Ac.' 14 '100rt 00
Indebtedness cf county. 12112 5:s
Total S22i'S'J 66 S22&3 66
Aggregsteamonntof outstanding bonds
Amount due Treasurr.
Aggregato air.ocnt due from
Collectors. 231S 95
Aggregato amount d-Be from
Unseated lands. 23S3 90
Indebtedness, - 1450 80
$66!53 65 6us3 65
Jostth Shaw, Esq , Treasurer of Clearfield county
in ftc't with different t'ps for Koad ISI52-63.
To am't due Fps from Bwt settlement, SI3IH.23
To am treed from unsoafart lauds. 135,08
Am"t .dtp"s. JJal (iae tp's
iV ood ward.
Bal due tp's.
Keeeivyd January 22d. . o Joseph Shaw,
Esq.. late- Treasurer of Clearfield county. Two
hundred and fourteen dollars and tit'tv-one ceuto,
it being the balauce due road fund as'above.
C. Kratzer. Treaeurer.
Jos urn Shaw. Esq .Treasurer of Clearfield county,
in ac t with diflerent tp's for Schw. for lsivi2-63
To am't duo tp's from last settlement. S2479.77
To uni t reo'd from unseated lauds, 1075,55
Ain't pdtp s. Bal. due tp's.
Bal duo tp's.
Received Jno. try 22i, A. D. 1SS1, of Joseph
f haw. Esq . late Treasurer of Clearfield county.
Seventeen d"llr3and tifty sir cents, it being the
balance due school fund as above.
C. Kkatzeu. Treasurer.
"We. the Commissioners of Clarfie!J county in
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, having ex
Hiuined the accounts of Joseph .Shaw. Esq., late
Treasurer of tbe couuty of Clearfield, for the year
A 1. ISfi.'i. do certify that we find the account ol
Joseph .Shaw. Esq . as follows: The amount due
the county to be fen thousand One hundred and
Ninety-seven dollars and eight cents. W also
find the amount ol outstanding orders to be Twenty-two
thousand Six hundred and eighty-four dol
lars anil ninety-five cents, of which Sixteen thou
sand live hundred o!!sr are Court-house bonds.
'1 he balance due Treasurer is Foci dollars and
seventy-one cents The amount duo the Bounty
Fund is Five thousand two hundred and two dol
lars and eighty-Bve cents. The amount of out
standing Bounty bonds is Six thousand six hun
dred and seventy dollars. The balance due
Treasurer is Thirteen dollarn and sixiy-five cents.
The amount due Relief fund including Militia is
Four hundred and forty-nine dollars and foitv-
five cents. Witness our h.inds this 22d day cf
January A. I). Is5i. JACOB KUXTZ
Attest. AMOS READ.
Wm. S. Bradley, Clerk. Comm'rs.
We, the Auditors of Clearfield county, having
examined the accounts of Joseph Shaw, Esq., Ule
Treasurer of the county of Clearfield for the year
A. D. 1803 do report that the accounts ardas a
bove statvid. -The amount due the Road lund by
the Treasurer is Two hundred and fourteen dol
lars and fifty one cents. The amount due the
School lund by the Treasurer is seventeen dollar
and lifty-six cents Tbe amount of outstanding
orders is Tenly-two thousand six hundred and
eighty-four dollars and ninety-five cents oi which
sixteen thousand five hundred dollars are C'onjt-H
house bonds. Witness our hands this 22J day of
January A D. ISO!. C. S WORK ELL.
Attest. F. F. COLTREIT.
Wm. S. Cradlej". Clerk. Auditors.
All persons are hertby caution
J ed against purchasing or meddling with the
following property, now in the possession of An
drew Kej.b.art. of Decatur township, to wit : one
Orey horse and one Orey mare, as the same be
long to ijs and have only been left with said An
.drew icvpbart on loan, and are t,ubjeci to our ol
der at any time. WM. ALBERT i Bro's.
Bradtor J !p., February 3, IR04.-pd
4 I CTION. The undersigned having beenl.i-
j. aceio-cd an auctioneer would inform the
zens ot Clearfield County, that he will attend t
calling s.-ile iu any part of ibe County whuuev
called upon. Chart".- Moderate.
Address . J M. SMITH,
llegartys X Roads, Clearfield Co.. Pa
February .".d IstU
SI ..; j pt.VTIO.. All persons are hereby camion
12.'). fU ; ed aiain.'t purclj.isir.g or in any wav mel-
! dl'.ng wirh tho following property, now in tho
possession of David Kephart of Decatur township.
io wn . or c puiroi urown norses, as ui same
belong 'o lis and have only beeu left with said
David Kephart on loatr.i-nd are subject to our or
der at any time WM (LbKRT. k Pro's.
Bradford tp .February. 3, lst4. jd.
IV THE COURT pf Common Pleas of Clear
1 field County, '-Setting Equi-
l-.uianein ..cn, ly
by her next friend,
Ep bra m Fulmer,
A P. Neff.
No. 42 March Term 1SS3.
''Subptena Sur Divorce."
Th undersigned, who was duly appointed by
tbe Court, Commissioner to take testimony in the
abov3 case, will attend to tbe duties of his apoint
ment at his office in tbe Borough of Clearfield, on
Friday the Uth day of March, A. D. 18t4. at 10
o'clock, a. it. of said day, when and where all per
sons interested may attend and cross-em m ice, ic ,
if they see proper. T.J. McCULLOUGH,
Clearfield, Feb, 3, 1864 Commissioner
A Highly Concentrated
A PUKE TONIC.
Dr. CL M. Jackson, FhUad'a, Pa.
Will effectually cure Liyer Complaint. Dyspepsia,
Jaundice. Chronic ct Nervous Debility, Dis
eases of tbe Kidneys, and all diseases'ari
sing from a disordered Liver or Stom
ach, such asCocstipa;kn. Inward
Piles. Fulness or blood to the
Head. Acidity of the .s'tomach.Nnubea, Heartburn,
Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight io the
btoinach. Poor Eructations, Sinking or
Fluttering at the Pit of tbe Stomach,
Swimming cf the Head. Harried .
and Difficult Ereiithing.Flut
tering at the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sen
sations when in a lying posture. Dimness of
Vision. Dots or Webs before ihe ight.r
ver and Dull Pain in the Head. Defi
ciency of Perspiration. Yellow
. nefs of tbe Skin and Eyes,
fain in the Side. Back. Chest, Limbs, io.. Sodden
Flushes of Heat. Burning in the Flesh.
Constant Imaginings of Evil, and
great Depressiunxf Spirits.
Frnvi Rev f. Xrwto'i li onfn, D. D Elitor ef
ini EiicyciopeJSa of Knigtons Kilotcledg.
Although not disposed to favor or recommend
Patent Medicines ia general, through distrust of
their ingredients andeifects; I yet know of no
sufficient reasons why a roan may not testify to
the benefits he believes himself to hare received
from any simple preparation in tbe hope thathe
in:ij thus contribute to th benefit of others.
1 do this the more readily in regard to Hoof
laud's German Litters, prepared ty D. C. M.
Jackson, of this city, because I was prejudiced a
gainsttbem for many years, under the impres
sion that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture.
l aw iudebted to wy friend Robert Shoemaker,
Etq , for the removal of tais prejudice by proper
tests, and f r enconritgoTnent to try tbein. when
suffering from grata;iU long continued debilitr.
1 he use of tbiee battles of these Bitters, at the
beginning of the present vertr. was followed by
evi iect relief, and restoration to a degree of bod,
ily and mental vigor which I "had notf!t for six
months before, and had almost despaired of re
gaining. I therefore thank liod and my fried
for directing me to the use cf them.
Philad'a., June, 23, lb5t. J. Newto Brows.
There are many preparations sold under the
nam ot bitters put up in quart bottles, compoun
ded of the cheapest whiskey urcotnaion rum. cos
ting Irotn 23 to 40 cents per gallon, the taste dis
guised by Aniso or Curiauder Seol.
Th is c lass of Ri iters has cause-! and will contin
ue to. cause, as long as they can be sold, hundreds
to tiie tlie death of the driirkar-I. By their ure
theys:ein is kept continually under the influ
ence of Alcoholic frtiuinlanisoi" tbe worst kind. tte
desira for Liquor is created and kept up, and the
result is all the horreri attendant upon a drunk
ard's life and death.
Korthoe who desire nnd will have a Liquor
Bitters, we publish the following receipt. Get
Our B'ttte. HoDlli-nd's Gennrn' litftsr and mi.
with Thrrr. Quarts ot' Goof B rami if or Wlnsiej.
and the result will be a preparation that will Jut
txect in medicinal virtues and true excellence
any of the numerous Liquor Bitters in the mark
et, and will cost much less. You i!l have all
the virtues of Uooduud s Bitters in connection
with a good article of Liquor.at a much less prioe
ihn these inferior preparations will cost you.
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS !
AND- TIIE FRIEMDS OF SOLDIERS.
We eU the attention of all having relations or
friends in the army to the fact that -UoorLA.i&'a
German Bitters'' w ill cure tine tenths of the dis
eases induced by exposures aud privations inoi
dent toeanip life. In tbe lists, published almost
daily in the newspapers, on tbe arrival of tbe
sick, it will be noticed that a very large propor
tion are suffering from debility. . Every case of
that kind cii be readily cared by lloo2;ujd 's Ger
man liitiers. Diseases resulting from disorders
of the digestive organs are speedily removed. We
have no hesitation iu stating that. "if these Hitters
were freely used among our soldiers, hundreds of
lives might be saved that oiherwise will be lost.
We call particular attention to the following re
markable and well authenticated cure of one tho
natiou's heroes, whore life, toubebis own Ian
guage, '-has been sved by the liitters :-'
Ilaoeuhia. August 23rd. 1S62.
Mxsr..Ttixfit E&JHs. Well. geDtlemeu,your
Hoofland's German Bitters has saved my lif.
There is no mistake in this. It is vouched for
by numbers of my comrades, some of whose name
are appended, and who were fully cognirantcf
all the circumstances of my case. I am. and
have been tor the last four years, a member of
Sherman's celebrated batterv. and under the Im
mediate command of Capt. K Ji. Ayres.- Throneh
Io Cipo sure attendant upon my duties, I was
attacked in November last with inflammation of
the lungs, and was for seventy-two days in the
hospital. This was followed by great debility,
heightened by an attack of dysentery. I was then
removed from tbe White House, and sent to this
city on board the Stealer -Stae of M jine,'froiB
which I landed on the 2Sth of June. Since that
time l have been about as low as any one ooald
be and still retain a spark of vitality. For a
week or more I was scarcely able to swallow any
thing, and if I did force a morsel down, it wai
immediately thrown up again.
I could not even keep a glnss cf waier on my
stomach. Life could not last under these circum
stances; and. accordingly, the physieians who
had been working faithfully, though unsuccess
fully, to rescue me from the grasp ef the dread
Archer, frankly told me they oocld do no more
for me. and advised me to see a clervmaE. an;!
to make such disposition of my limited funds as
best suited me. An acquaintance who visited me
at the hospital. Mr. Frederick Steinborn. of Sixth
below Areh Street, advised me. as a forlorn hope,
to try your Bitters, and kindly procured a bottle.
From the time I commenced taking tbein th
gloomy shadow of death receded, and I am now
thank God for it. getting better. Though I have
taKtn hut two botiles. h:ivo gained ten pounds,
and I feci eanguire of being permitted to-rejoin
my wife and daughter, from whom I have beard
nothing for eighteen mouths: for. gentlemen, I
ain a loyal Virginian, from the vicinity of Front
.Royal. To your invaluable Ei'ters I owe the er-t.-iinty
of life which has taken place of vague feare
to your Bitters will 1 owe the glorious privi
lege of again clasping to my bosom these woo r
dearest to me ic life.
Very truly years, Isaac Miixwe.
We "fully concur in the truth of the above state
' ment.as we had despaired cf seein n i-nrrA-
I Xt. Malone. restored to benith. '
Jou.- Cuddle back. 1st New York Battery
Geo. A. Ackley. Co. C 1 Ith Maine.
LtWIS C1IEVUER. S2vl cw Yoilt.
r. E. Spencer, li?t Artillery, Batter ?.
J. B. Farewell, Co. E. Si Vermont.
Hen'hy B. Jkrome. Co. B. ad Vermont.
- Hknhy T. Mauhonalu, Co. C. 6lh -aine.
Jobs F. tt'jivD. Co. E. ith JJi.e
Hekmas Ilocn. Co. il. 72d New Yrk.
NATnANir-u B. Tu.iMAS, Co. F. S'.lh Pono'a
Andrew J. Kivuam.. Co. A. Zd Vt-rmont
Jobs Jenkins, Co. B, IU3:L I tcn'a
BE WAKE OF COl'XTEKFEITS :
See that the riguature of -CM. Jacksun," iirp
the torapjfr of each bottle,
PRICE PUR BOTTLJC 7i CEXT?,
OR 1IAI.I-' DOZ. FOR S4 00.
Should your nearest druggist not b79',jj0
tide, do not be j ut off by auy of the ir ,;
j preparations that may Ins offered in i9 piace
j send to us, and we will forward, tw T,,-v-''
by express. r
Principal Office and Macufacv,ry gj rev
Street. JOX'-j 4 EVAN'S
(Successors to C M, Jackson 1 Co.,) Proprietors
CFor Sale by Ilartsw sk X iiuson,CJearSe!d.
Penn'a and Druggistii a-jd jjleri jD
pOOS STOVF;s and ParJor 9t0TM f eUior
VS ? ..'rt00' Md 8tore P' for cheap,
for cash at th, store of
J-.D. THOMPSON. RmrwuarlU "