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CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 24, 1864.
Godet FOR March. The March num
ber of this much admired Lady's Magazine
ia to hand. It is equal to any of its prede
cessors. Subscribe for it, if you wish to
have an agreeable companion.
The Weather. Wednesday morning,
the 17th, we opine, was the coldest of the
season the mercurv indicating; 14 oeJow
zero at 7 o'clock. Since then the air has
moderated more or less every day, until
yesterday. (Tuesday,) .when the roads were
quite slushy again.
State Jochvai. The foregoing is the
title of a Dew JV'eeklv Per. just started at
Harrisburg, by D. H. B Brower Son,
formerJyofthe Montour American. lhe
Journal is printed on entirely new material,
is ably conducted, and gives fair promise of
' doing good service in the cause of the U
nion. Success to the Journal.
We have been favored with a copy of. the
Franklin Repository, printed at Chaui
bersburg, Pa. It is a large, triple pheet,
neatly printed, ably conducted, and a firm
friend of the Union, and of the National
Administration. The people of the Cum
berland Valley have reason to be thankful
that they have such an excellent paper pub
lished in their midst.
FlRE. We learn that, on Wednesday
jnoruinz the 17th. several buildings belong
ing to F. Howe, Esq., of Decatur township,
were destroyed by fire. The fire originated
in a shop, by accident, which was all a-flanie
when discovered. The fire soon communi-
cated to the dwelling house, and both were
entirely consumed with all the househoM
and kitchen furniture, except two beds and
one table. Probable loss, $1,0'X).
Returned. I,i8nt. D. M'Gaughey, of
Company C 5th Penn'a R. V. C, was home
on short leave of absence remaining until
Tuesday morning last. The Lieutenant en
joys good health, and has the appearand of
a true, brave-hearted soldier. Our best
wishes accompany him to his regiment ; and
may he ever be animated by pure patriotism
and prove faithful to the glorious cause
which he has espoused hi life be preserv
ed and when this war is over be permitted
to return to his home and enjoy the fruits
of his present toils in peace and comfort.
COBSESPONDENOE OF THE J0UE1TAL.
Letter from Philipsbnrrr, Pa.
Philifsburg, Pa., Feb. 2d, 1SG4.
Dear Journal : This is the birth day
of the Father of his country the great, the
good and immortal Washington. 1x name
near and dear to the heart of every true A
liierican, and one that will go doWli to the
latest period of time without the least lad
ing of the wreath of glory that encircles his
glorious fame. Could he to-day rise out of
Li's grave and see that Union rent in twain. J
or at least sought to be, (God, forbid that it j
ever may) that he had left flourishing with i
ad the vigor of youth had grown and pros
pered.' until it stood before the world tho
iono star of freedom and an example br all
. the nations of the earth. Alas! for the
nope oi asnington. sure iiy nad reaeuod !
the surface of his tomb the thdnJeiir,r of
cannon falls upon his ear i'or a inctiici:t his
spirit seems to assume the martial bearing
of other days, and Ins eye to sparkle with
all the fervidness of yore. But the next
gale that sweeps along tells him that it is
not hostile invaders from a Ibreign shore that
Srcd the cannon he so lately heard. It is
not the "red coats" that now menace the
peaceful shades of Mf. Vernon. .No ! would
to Heaven it was! But it is the pons, de
vi;iieratcd as they are, of those sires that
sought by your side ons, mat to-day would
trample in the dust that, glorious emblem of
the i'ree that your own nobie h;r.;ds planted
in the ramparts of this terrestial paradise ;
vi. h ire trample J in the dust, hnr.e asail
tl with a'! the epithets and curses 'bu l
iiii'l deep" that were or ever can be invoked
iythe tongue of man son, that to-dav
draw the sword and would crumble into at
I'Uis that gigantic government instituted,
t'oujht tor. established and presided over
ly thee. But thanks to the Great and Good
;xl who guided the destiny of the youth
ful republic, He is at the helm to-day; and
though the good old ship may reel and quiv
er in the dreadful storm and her live-oak
timbers tremble, yet will He land her in a
-ate harbor with aii sails set, jriidin- along
under a glorious breeze and the Stars and
..ripe-- dying fore and aft and from the miz
zeaptak. in all their original splendor
"not a star obscured or stripe erased. ' ' Ev
ery rebel, and that other reptile, ia copper
head that is ten thousand timers worse and
ee,ed iu more infamy than anything ever
has been or ever will be from the creation
wwn to the Litest momtgit of time) will be
thrown overboard and not a vestige of them
kit to mar the future.
"Iagoof Grahanuon, "Young Xeter" of
Wana. aniye Solon, "Diedrick Exline"
"I l'Lilipsburgrf trim tip your Pegasus,
and -Ked your venomous fluid at the hor
r'jrs that await you in the days yet to be
hcn very man, woman and child in whom
!.ere uweiis one spark of pairiotiMii. jwiint
lr'"f,at V')U w'lh thc unerring finger of scorn,
wi.i sty. "there goes a copperhead, cursed
The ,eiijbers of Company E, 5th Regt.
M i " 'utt 'or tneir regiment List
: '"II day. They were a noble, nianSv look
'5' s-iuad of soldiers. I almost envied their
luuscie" an,j wished I could go with them;
,jut the fates have decreed otherwise, and I
"'""reniain content for a few days longer,
? 'u'!in the mission voted me by a resolu
of the -W" Ye "cops,'' fear and
'ftnble ! Spring will soon be on the tapis,
"." it I will make my dehut, armed
'n a .elub that Hercules would have failed
rl I on that reat neft oi snaiks.
ifie hoys of Company E, have met with
t . misfortune the death of their cap
w iust as tne3 were ahout joinintr their
inient. I heard them speak of Captain
fnnier m terms of the highest praise, for
.undaunted braven- at the battle of Get-
tCvU''aati at a11 ot"er e"gaSement? that
l'. ?v?r been in. His corr.se passed
e would be interred in its final resting
tarn" "t the citizena of Clearfield, to-day.
itTrrVTner was a brave and noble
isr .I'j braved the ballets of the ene
tti!; J, a martrr "in the noblest cause
iad Si maQ ever Wteed. up his life for,
dW past career stands a proud andeu
monument to bis name.
s i .! row n nomo
r.n fiirlrmffh. '1'liCV ha.V.
Lke ail the rest of the toys fvoin oar tcvii,
are detcrmine.i to Fee t ke matter through.
Lieut. Chftrles Coplin, now here recrnit
iiis? for this gallant old regiment. The
Lieutenant look? well i nder the '"Lars."
They tet very graceful f-u his broad shoulder-,
and from "the "T.ag" of his talk, I
think they will never 13 disgraced by him.
The carpenters, masons and laborers are
hard at work putting up the buildings, turn
table, water tank, &e.. of the Tyrone and
Clearfield Railroad. "The frame of the ware
house is up and enclosed, and the turn-table
an i tank are last approaching completion.
Water Street is assuming quite a civilized
appearance, and will soon be the business
thorouehfare of this gay and smiling town.
We "Correct the Error."
The editors of the Copperhead organ, last
week, let o2' nearly a column of gas on ac
count of a "shameless forgery" which they
allege they had discovered in a publication
made by us the week previous. We had
copied, and printed on our outside of the
10th instant, several extracts from an article
among which was a conversation that occur
red between Hon. G. S. Smith and Hon. J.
M.Botts, of Virginia, in relation toGen.M'
Clellan. We had omitted from the article
a ''summary" of Mr. BottV letter to Mr.
Smith, but retained the allusion thereto by
an oversight. The mistake was so palpable,
and having no connection with the other ex
tract, we did not deem it necessary to make
a correction, knowing that every intelligent;
reader would do so at once, as the paragraph
given stated plainly that the allusion to M'
Clellan was made in a conversation between
the two trentlemen referred to. But it seems
! that our saourious copperhead neighbors
were too dull of comprehension, or too eager
for an opportunity to "blow off gas," to
"see the point." and hence their great "ex
plosion." However, we hope they feel
much better about the stomach after letting
off so Jargg a quantity of "elastic ariform
fluid." and that their 'gasometer" has sus
tained no serious damaare bv the occurrence.
The Nashville Union says that "General
W. G. Harding, President of the famous
Military Board f the Rebel Governor of
Tennessee, l?ham G. Harri, has taken the
oath of allegiance. General Hardins is an
influential citizen, lie has stood high in
the estimation of Southern disunionists, and
done much to sustain them in their war a
eainst the Government."
After a month's industrious boirffinsr
thonghont Ohi, the admirers of Vallanditr-
ham have raised l;s than nne thous
dollars towards the fund for his relief.
The sum of me hundfei thousand dollar
is to he appropriated Lv the Mas.-ai-husett
legislature for the relief of the
alits of Ea'st Tennessee.
A Quaker boy. in Johnson countw To
wa, refused an offer of one thousand dollars
to stay at homo, and vounteered to figh; for
.Senator Elected. Dr. St. Clair of In
diana has been elected in plaee of Harrv
White, resigned. The majority in Indiana
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I OIlKUIFrs SALKS-By virtue of 5undry
writs if Venditioni 1Zxponai. issued out of
the Court of Common Pleas of Clearfield coun
ty, and to me directed, there will be exposed to
pur:tc s:iie. at the Court llr.ufe in the Borough
ot Clesr!iid. on MONDAY THE 21ST DAY OF
MAliCJt. Is64, the following described Be
Essare. to wit :
A c-rn in tr.ict of land situate in Graham town
shin. CleurCeld countv, PennsyH ania. Bounded
by lands of Joseph l'honipson. iiratton Bickets
Moses Denning, i o'.hers. containing one hundred
r.iTT acres nnn aoout one numJrea acres.
cletueu nd :i large two s'orv nnuee and iog Barn
erected iliereou. .Seized, taken in execution, and
to I e sol I as the property of Edmund M Jones.
Atso a certain tract of Itind situate in Kart
haus tnwnsh p. ClenrfieH county. Pennsylvania,
Bounded and adjoined by lands of 'iUa Tick
ncr. Micholas ."hafTer. Martin Konp, George
lleicheli and others, containing forty acres more
or less with about four acres cleared. Seized,
taken in execution, and to be sold as the property
oi joeepn caseneer.
Also By virtue of a writ of Firra Fori ax, the
following described Real Estate, to wit :
. All of Defendants interest in and to a lot of
Ground situate tn the Borough of Clearfield and
known as lot o 143. Bounded on the .South by
Cherry Street, on the East by the lot No. 148, on
tho North by an alley and on the West by lot No.
132. being about 50 feet front by 172 feet deep.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the
property of George W. Orr.
EDWARD PERKS. Sheriff.
Sheriff" s Office. Clearfield February 17th. 1864.
REGISTER'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby
given, that the following accouits have been
examined and parsed by tne, and remain filed of
record in this office for the inspection of "heirs,
legatees.ereditors.and all others in any other way
interested, and will be presented to the next Or
phans' Court of Clearfield county, to be held at
the Court Hoit-te, in the Borough of Clearfield,
commencing o.n the Third Monday of March,
18K4, for confirmation and allowance:
Partial account of John Orr Execor of the
witl and testament of Frederick .Smith lato of Bell
Township, Clearfield County. Pa., deceased
The account of John McMurray Guardian of
the Minor Children of Samuel Orr late of Jordan
Township. Clearfield County, deceased .
Final account ot II. N. Hegaity one of the Ad
ministrators of all and singular the goods and
chatties rights and credits which wer of Lyman
Miies late of BecariaTowcfihip, Clearfield county
Final account of Thomas Henry, Administrator
of all and singular the goods and chatties, rights
and credits which were of Thomns McCracken
late of the Borough of Lumber City, Clearfield
Couuty, l a., deceased.
The account of Barnabas Armstrong and So
phia Armstrong Administrators of all and singu
lar the the goods and chatties which were of
Joshua Armstrong late of Clearfield Co., deed.
The heroic 110th V. V
The account of Josiah Evans, Administrator of
all and singn larthegoods and chattels, rights and
credits which were of Ellis Askey, late of Pike
township, in the county of Clearfield, deceased.
The Guardianship account of Abraham Ivyler,
of Goshen township, Guardian of Mary C., daugh
ter of Henry Kyler, now tho wife of M. C. Clarno.
The Guardiamhip account of Abraham Kyler
of Goshen township. Guardian of Peter A. Kyler,
a minor child of Henry Kyler, late of Girard tp.
The Guardianship account of Abraham Kyler
of Goshen township. Guardian of Sarah Catha
rine Kyler, daughter of Henry Kyler, deceased,
who was the Wife of Robert Leonard of Goshen tp.
Feb. 17, 1864 3 G. BARGER Register
PnOTOGRAPIIIC ALBUMS, for sale at
, H art wick A Huston"' '';rrield. Pa
TOUR WANTED. A good sober, industri
ous journeyman, Cabinet maker. can find cob
stant employment, at good wages, bv applying
eoon to JOHN GUELICH.
Sept. 16, 1853. " Clearfield. Pa.
Miss E. A. P. llynder,
Teacher of Piano-Forte, MelodeanTGuitar, Har
mony, and Vocal Music.
!?iity private, and twelve class lesson included
in one term. Rooms with Mrs. U. I. Welsh
Clearfield, July 1, 1853.
FOR KE-VT. The subscriber wishes to rent
or leaso his farm lying in Woodward town
ship. Clearfield county. Pa. The improvements
nsist of about. one hundred and ten acres of land
in a good state of cultivation, a large bearing or
chard of choice fruit, a large and commodious
plank house with a neverfailing spring of water
convenient to the door, a log barn and other out
buildings Any person wishing to rent a farm for
a number of years, applying soon and being well
recommended, will got a iood bargain.
Jan 6 1S64. WJJ. li. ALEXANDER.
A First Clasg Farmers' Magazine for Penn'a.
lbS4 TIIK PENNSYLVANIA 1864
FARMER ASD GARDEN EE,
Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Ru
ral affair?. Edited and Published by Wis. S.
Young A Co., 52 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
Terms: One Dollar a Year.
The Sixth Volume commences with January
Having obtained the services of eminent and
practical Agriculturists. Horticulturists, Stock
breeders and P.ee-keeperstwe confidently offer the
Current Volume as one of the best ever issued,
for originality, prnctical thought and reliable in
formation. Send for a copy.
HARTSWICK & HUSTON,
MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD,
Keep constantly on hand a large and well select
ed stock of
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
Perfumery", Toilet G oods
BLANK ROOKS & STATION ARY,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
And a general assortment of varieties and fancy
articles We respectfully invite a call, fueling
confident that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction. April 29, 1S63.
ALE OF TIKKS. CLEAVER'S HEAL
3 ESTATE. By virtue of an order of the
Orphans' Court of Clearfield countv. Pa., dated
the 2d Jay of October. A D. 1803 "there will he
expend t ) ;-a!o l,y jiubiic vendue or outcry at
PENNVILLE. in Penn township, ClearSe'.u coun
ty. Pa., in FKIDAY the 2TU dav of -FEB hi.' A -BY.
A. D. I?.54. at 2 o'clock , P. M. that certain
mesfUHge. f.trm or real estate, situate in Bloom
township. County aforesaid late tho Estate of
TbvniMS Cleaver dee'd. ami whereon he lived at
time of his death, comprising about 121 ares,
Bounded on the North by Beaver Dams, on the
South by land of Lewis Wood, on the East by
land of Bilgcr. and on the West by land of tioff
and Anderson, having about 50 acres clwared. and
under cultivation, the balance Woodland and a
pornon ot itcovered with good pine and other
timber, a good frame barn nearly new. a frame
dwelling house with an excellent SDrinc of water
clo.te to the deor, tind a young bearing orchard of
cnoice apples, ine Ulen Hope and Little Bald
fcagle turnpike pa?e.i through the premises. Be
ing the same tra?t of land conveyed to said Thorn
as Cleaver from Josiah W. Smith t wife, by deed
dated M?rch lsth. 1S51, recorded in Deod Book
T. page 227. for 1 2r acres, 158 perches, except 50
acres since sold out r; tue i-outn vt en corner to
Aaron Dunwortb by Thomas Cleaver.
lerias, One third Cash at confimntion of the
sale, one third in six months, and the balance iu
one year thereafter with interest, to be secured
by bnd and mortgage. tLIZA CLKAVEU.
January 27. 1.SS4'. Administratrix.
THS LATEST AND MOST IMPORTANT
THE ASXOUCEMENT THAT
BOYNTOX & SHOWERS
Have received tueir first supply of .Seasonable
Goods, which they are now oflering forsale at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Their stock consists of a jrcnernl varietv of
Dry-Goods. Groceries, Hard-war, Queens-ware.
Tin-ware. Willow-ware. Wood en-ware. Provisions.
Hats. Caps, Boots, Shoes, and Clothing. Ac.
For the Ladies.
They would call especial attention to the larere
and gord assortment of new strlesand natternsof
LADIES DRESS GOODS
now opening, consisting of Plain and Fancv Silks.
Delaines. Alpacas. Ginghams. Ducals. Prints. Me.
rinos. Cashmeres. Plaids. Brilliants. Poplins. Be-
regc Lawns Nankins. Linen, Lace, Edgings, Col-
erettes. Braids, Belts, Veils, Nets, Corsetts, Xu-
biu3. Hoods. Coats. Mantels. Balmoral skirts. Ho
siery, Gloves Bonnets. Flowers. Plumes. Ribbons,
Hats. 1 ruumings. Buttons. Combs. Shawls, Braid.
Muslins. Irish Linens. Cambrics, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Bobinets, Mulls, Linen Handkerchiefs etc.
Of Men"? Wear
They have alscreeeive J a large and well select
ed Stock, consisting ot Cloths, Plain and Fancy
Cassimeres, Casbmerets. Tweeds. Jeans. Cordu
roys, llever-l een, Linens, Handkerchiefs. Neck
ties, Hosiery, Gloves, Hats, Caps, scarfs, etc., etc.
In the latest styles and of the best material.
consisting of Coats. Pants. Vests, Shawls. Over
coats, Drawers, Cashmere and Liucn Sh'.rts, etc.
Of Boots and Shoes.
They have a large assortment for Ladies and Gen
tlemen, consisting of Top Boots. Brogans. Pumps,
i aners. liaimorai lioow, suppers, .Monroes, etc
Groceries and Provisions
Such as Coffee, Syrups, Sugar, Uice. Cracker?,
inegar, Candies. Cheee. Hour. Meal. Bacon.
Fish, coarse and fine Salt, Teas, Mustard, etc.
Coal Oil Lamps,
Coal oil, Lamp chimneys. Tinware .a great varie
ty, Japanware, Egg beaters. Spice Boxes, Wire
Ladcl.s, Sieves, Dusting pans, Lanterns, eto . etc.
Brooms. Brushes. Baskets, Washboards, Buckets,
Tubs. Churns Wall-paper. Candle wick. Cotton
yarn and Batting, Work baskets. Umbrellas, etc.
Augers, Axes. Chisels. Saws. Files, Hammers,
Hatchets. N-.ils. Spikes. Gri .d stones. Stoneware.
Trunks, Carpet bags. Powder, Shot, Lead, eto.
Writing and Letter paper. Fancy note and com
mercial paper, pens, pencils and ink. copy books,
slates.ink stands, fancy and common envelopes.
Shoe Findings, Glass and Fotty, Flat irons and
Coffee mills. Bed cords and Bed screws. Matches,
Stove blacking. Washing soda and Soap, etc.
Patent Medicines, Perfumery of various kinds.
Fancy soaps, Oils. Paints. Varnishes, and in fact
every thing usually kept in a first class Store.
They invite all persons tocall and examiae their
stock, and hope to give entire satisfaction.
BOYNTON & SHOWERS
Clearfield, Pa., February 17th, 1384
RECEI?TS AND EXPENDITURES OF
CLEARFI ELD COUNTY, FOR A. D. 1SR3.
Joseph Sjmw. Esa . Trearurer of Clearfield
county, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,'
in accouutwith said county, troro the 6th day of
Jan., A. D.tS63,until the 6th day of Jan.,A. D.latH.
To amonr.treceived fromCollectors for 186.1, and
previnusyears. including percentage, 511717 04
To am out i received from Unseated lands. 634 t9
To amount from Commissioners' book. 301 73
To am'tdueat last settlement by Treas'r 663 65
By Election expenses, $1476 05
hy Aseors waecs. 061 1 (
By Fox and Wild cat probates, 143 83
Ky Justices costs.
By Jurors wages,
Dy Interest ou order?.
By Lithograph orders.
By ConsuLles' costs.
By Court-house contract,
By District Attorney's fees,
By Prothonotary fees.
By Sheriffs fees,
By Jailors fees.
By Janitors lees,
By Court crier,
By Draft new township.
By Commonwealth costs.
By Aud'Proth'ytKegistersac'fc, 10
TCw V1,-; .-.. .. i . iq
By Treasurers safe,
By Western Penitentiary,
By O round for Court-h
By Wood and coal contrct,
By Commissioners wasres.
By Commissioners clerks wages. 2-'!2 80
By Dockets?tationary A postage, 250 19
By Office rent, 71 75
By Express and freight, 15 43
By Counsel fees for 1 s62 and '63, 200 00
By Merchandise, .
By Road views.
By Percentage to collectors,
By Percentage paying ont.
By Percentage receiving.
Bal due Treasurer Shaw,
$13316 82 $13344 82
Jorefh Sua jr. Esq , Treasurer of Clearfield
county, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
in account witn uounty rund,tor the year 1803
To am't ree'd from Collectors for 1363, including
To am't ree'd from Unseated lands,
By Bounty bonds redeemed, 2475 00
By Interest on Bounty bonds. C.";4 65
By Percentage to collectors, 311 10
By Exonorations, M) 96
By 'J'rea.s'rperccntage pay ing out.77 73
By Treas"r percentage receiving. 90 8S
Bal due Treasur Khaw,
Sufil? 22 S3G19 22
Joseph mi aw. Esq.. Treasurer of Clearfield
conn'y, in thts Common tt cairn of Pcnasylvania.
in account with llelif Fuiid. for the year lb'iX.
To sm't ree'd from Collectors for 1.S63, including
percentage. 1757 l
lo am t rec d trora ensealed lands. 116 06
To am't ree'd from milifia fund. lo;;s li
Tu am't ree'd Commissioners books, 11S 03
By amount of Relief orders, 2200 71
By Percentage to Collectors, . 155 93
By Fxonorations, w 31 12
By Trea'rs percentage receiving. 75 78
By Treas"r. percentage paying out 56 61
Bal due fund by 1 rea's'r, 44'J 45
Total S302i 51 S;?029 51
Received January 22d 1864. of Joseph Shaw,
Esq.. late Treasurer of Clearfield couuty. Four
hundred and forty nine dollars and forty-fivo
cents, it beiug the balance due Belief Fund as
above C. Khatzeh, Treasurer.
Eue from Collectori
Amount of County. State and Militia taxes due
from collectors for l6,'t and previous years.
Town'ps. Col'rs Names. County. State. Militia.
D. Williams. 53,15 $3,29
J. Caldwell. 4,72
T. R. McClure. 2.62
1 1 .35
G Kepbart. G3.S9
W. T. Thorp,
J. N. McCracken.
W. D. Woodward,
Woodward.J. M. Chase.
Bell, Wm Bell, 204.44
1'ogg. J. Dimeling, 102.7
JSIooin, Lewis Wood. 30.42
Bradford, Edmund Dale, 37.58
Bradv. F. K. Arnold. 294.86
Burnside, J. L. Netl, 43.29
Cheift, J. Wcstover, 24 52
Covington, Francis Coudreit 12U.72
Clearfield. 11 B. Swoope, 7S7.04
Cnrwensv. John McNaul. 136.45
Fergustju. Nelson Hatch, 214.55
Fox. .C.A.Wilcox, 43.06
Goshen, R. K. Flegal, 12.S7
Graham. Clark A. Dale. 29.62
Guelich, G. W. McCully. 129,80
Huston, Arnold Bliss, 41.02
Jordan, R. J Johnson. 144.72
Karthaus.John Giliiland, 28 05
Knox. James Cathcart, 112.23
Lawrence. Kobt. Wrigiey, 37.23
Morris, Peter Swarts," "199,67
New W. Jacob Bretb. 12,11
Penn. Thos. Rafferty,
Pike. Jas A. Bloom, 270.33
Union, J. H. Potter, jr. 5.26
Woodward. Robt. Henderson, S5.27
53369.63 1496,49 433,92
Bounty taxes due from
Amount of Relief and
collectors for 1863.
Col'rs Names Relief. Bounty.
Bell, Wm. Bell 73,43
Boggs, . J. Dimeling, 53,18
Lloom. Lewis Bloom, 21,2.i
Bradford, Edmund Dale, 72.01
Brady. F K. Arnold, 68.25
Burnside, Jos. L. Neff. 23.07
Chest, Jos Westover, 32.56
Covington, Francis Coudreit, 51.87
Clearfield, 11. B. Swoope. 263.17
Curwensy. John McNaul. 44,17
Ferguson, JVelson Hatch. 55,12
Goshen, R. K. Fiegal. 14.96
Graham. C. A. Dale. 23.25
Guelich, G. W. McCully, .42.43
Huston, Arnold B ins, 12.34
Jordan, R.J.Johnson 59.11
Karthaus. John Giliiland, 23.46
Knox, James Cathcart, 48,03
Lawrence, Roberc Wrigley, 64.55
Morris. Peter Swarts, 64.34
New W. Jacob Breth. 14,75
Penn, Thos. Rafferty, 56.02
Fike, J. A. Bloom. 106.79
Union. J. H. Potter, jr. 29.12
Woodward , Robert Henderson, 24.01
Aggregate amount of outstanding coun
Aggregate amountof outstanding oourt-
Amount due Treasurer Shaw,
Aggregate amount due from
Collectors. 3308 M
Aggregate amount due from
I'nscated lands. iS27 41 '
Aggregate amount due from
judgments Ac, 1000 Oi)
Indebtedness ot couaty. 12492 53
0 00 1
4 71 I
S225S9 63 S225S9 65
Aggregate amount of outstanding bonds
Amount due Treasurer,
Aggregate amount due from
Collectors, 231S 95
Aggregate amount due from
Unseated lands. 2383 90
Indebtedness, 1480 80
S6683 65 6033 65
JosEpn Fbaw, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield county
in ac't with different t'ps for Road 1862-63.
To am't due t'ps from last settlement, S1318.23
To am't ree'd from unseatod lands. 1435,06
Am'tpdtp'g. Bal duetp's
Lai due tp"s.
Fveceivyd January 22d, I06I. of Joseph Sbaw,
Esq.. late Treasurer of Clearfield county. Two
hundred and fourteen dollars and fifty-one cents,
it being the balance due road fund as above.
C. Kuatzkr. Treasurer.
Josern Shaw, Esq .Treasurer of Clearfield county,
in ac't with different tp's for School for I 62-63
To am't due tp's from last settlement. $2179,77
To am't ree'd from unseated lands. 1075,55
Brad ord. 81.91
Decatur, 69 44
K on ha us, 244.33
Pike. . 63.56
Pal due tp's. 17,66
Bal. doe tp's.
Received January 221, A. D. 1361, of Joseph
Shaw. Esq.. late Treasurer of Clearfield county.
Seventeen d-dlars and fifty six cents, it being the
balance due school fund as above.
C. Kkatzrb, Treasurer.
?We, the Commissioners of Clearfield county in
e Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, havimr ex-
amined the accounts of Joseph Shaw. Esa.. 1
r of the county of Clearfield for the yi
A D. 1863. do certify that we find the account of
Joseph Shaw. Esq . as follows:' The amount due
the county to be len thousand One hundred and
-Ninety-seven dollars and eight cents. We also
find the amounted outstanding oiders to be Twenty-two
thousand Six hundred and eisrhtv-four dol
lars and ninety-five cents, of which Sixteen thou
sand five hundred dollars are Court-housm bonds.
lhe balance due Treaurer is Four dollars and
seventy-one cents The amount due the Bounty
r und is rive thousand two hundred and two dol
lars and eighty-five cents. The amount of out
standing Bounty bonds is Six thousand six hun
dred and seventy dollars. The balance due
Treasurer is Thirteen dollars and sixty-five cents.
tne amount aue nenct iuua lnciuaine .Militia is
roar nutmrea ana rorty-nine dollars
five cents. Witness our hands this
2d day of
January A. D. 1364. JACOB KUXTZ
Attest. AMOS READ.
Wm. S. Bradley, Clerk. Comta'rs.
We, the Auditors of Clearfield county, bavins'
examined the accounts of Joseph Shaw, Esq., late
.treasurer 01 tne county 01 ciearneta tor tbe year
A. It. lPb3 do report that the accounts areas a
bove stated. The amount due the Road fund by
the Treasurer is Two bnndred and fourteen dol
lars and fifty-one cents. The amount due the
School fund by tbe Treasurer is seventeen dollars
and fifty-six cents. The amount of outstanding
orders is Twenty-two thousand six hundred and
eighty-four dollars and ninety-five cents ot which
sixteen thousand five hundred dollars are Court
house bonds. Witness our hands this 221 day of
January A D. 1SG4. C. S. WORRELL,
Attest. F. F. COUTREIT,
Wm. S. Bradley, Clerk. Aud itors.
CAUTIOX. All persons are hereby caution
ed against purchasing or meddling with the
following property, now in the possession of An
drew Kepbart. of Decatur township, to wit : one
Grey horse and one Grey mare, as the same be
long to us and have only been left with said An
drew Kephart on loan, and are subject to our or
der at any time. WM. ALBERT & Bro s.
Bradford tp., Febraary 3, 1864.-pd
UCTIO. The undersigned having beenLi--ccnted
an auctioneer woald inform the eiti-
xens ot Clearfield County, that be Will attend to
calling sales in any part of the County whenever
called upon. Charges Moderate.
Address J M. SMITH.
Ilegartys X Roads, Clearfield Co- Pa
F'ebruary .'Id 1864
CAUTION. All persons are hereby caution
ed against purchasing or in any way med
dling with the following property, now in the
possession of David Kephart of Decatur township,
to wit : one pair of Brown horses, as the same
belong to us and have only been left wirh said
David Kephart on loan. and are subject to our or
der at any time WM. ALBERT, i Bro's.
Bradford tp.. February, 3 1861. pd.
IX THE COURT c.f Common Pleas ef Clear
field County. "Setting Equi
ty" No. 42 March Term 1863.
"Subpoena Sur Divorce."'
by her next frieud,
A . P. Xcff.
The undersizuod, who was duly appointed by
I the Court, Commissioner to take testimony in the
aoova case, win auena 10 tne amies ot nis apoiat
ment at his office in the Borough of Clearfield, on
Friday the 11th day of March, A. D. 1864, at 10
o'clock, a. if. of said day, when and where all per
sona interested may attend and crora-eiamine.Ac ,
if they see proper. T. J. McCULLOUGH . .
Clnarfield. Feb 3, 1861 Commissioner.
LARGE STOOK OF GLASS. pintrils,
J. white lead. etc.. at K. A. IRVIX'S
FODDER CUTTERS of a superior make
fur sale at reasonable prices, at MERRELL
and BIGLER'S. Clearfield, Pa. - -
MpWENTY-FlVE Iir.VDHED ACHES
X OF LAND AT PRIVATE SALE, extending
to the mouth of this Moshannon. ' As aligablv
property; on reasonable terms. - Inquire of
H. BLCHER SWOOPB.
Decl9-tf. Attorney at Law Clearfield. P
TVOTICK TO SCHOOL DIRECTORS
11 The School Directors of th different Town-,
ships in Clearfield County, are hereby notifier to
return, to the Com mission era of Clearfield County,
the number of mills assessed for School pu: poses
for the year A. 1). 1862 X 1363, duly iignd by
the President and attested by the secretary.
Jan. 27. By order of Commissioners
W S. BRADLEY Clerk.
11TOOBRUK FS I M POR TANTWEATI1.
I! ER INDICATOR. From Messrs Munn
& Co.. of the Sreufjie American ; -From th cod
structioo of this instrument, as well as from tb
ample testimonials, both of practical farmers and
men of Science, we are satisfied that it ia really
a good, practicable Barometer.' To be seen at
Judge Barretts, and others in Clearfield- Agent
for Clearfield Co . 11. B Wright, who will supply
instruments on shoit notice. Jau 27. 1 So 4.
VALUABLE PROPERTY" AT PUBLIC
SALE. The undersigned wiil sell atpublio
sale, on Saturday. February 27th. the following
property, situate in New Millport, Clearfield coun
ty. Pa., to wit. One Steam Saw-mill; a Grist
millthat can be run either by steam or water. or with
the two combined ; two good dwelling bouses,
one new with a large kitchen attached ; a new
Store house IS by 35 feet, and about lOu aeres of
land, with a good barn and other out building's
thereon. About 30 acres of the land is cleared
and under good cultivation, the balance is woll
timbered A well of excellent water is near the
door of the house, and tho water power is a good
one. Any person desirous nt purchasing a prop
ty of this description is invited to call and fee
the premises. The terms will be made to suit the
purchaser. M.O. STIRK.
New Millport. Deb 30. 1S63.
Wholesale Drug & Chemical Warehouse
Xo. 737 Market Street, DiilaleJphia.
The subscribers keep constantly on hand a large
stock of Drusi. Mfiiirins, Ckemiril. Piiarmnreu
lieat preparations, and every other article, which"
appertains 13 the business; embracing the most
extensive variety also. Paints, Oil, and Glass of
every description. All articles purchased from u
can be relied on as being of tne most superior
quality, and at as low prices as they can be had'
We can offer such inducements as will make it
the interest of purchasers' .to lay in their supplies
from us and give us their future patronage, and
invite all, who visit the city, t call at our estab
lishment All orders addressed to ns by mail
will meet with prompt attention. ,
GEO. W. CARPENTER. HEXSZEY i Co
Feb. 3.-3 m 737 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Tor tbe f ruit, Flower and Kitchen Garden.
1S54 THE . 1864
GARDEN ER'S .MO.XTIILY,
W . P.B1UNCKL0K. Publisher, Office : 23d
North Sixth St.. Philadelphia Terres-Sl 60 a
year Edited by Thomas Meehan The Month
ly contents, are :
Hints Flower Garden end Pleasure-Ground ,
Fruit Garden ; Vegetable Garden ; Window Gar
dening. CoxMrxicATioxs Embacing tbe views of the
writers on Horticulture. A Rural Affairs.
Editorial Giving tbe Editor's views on th
important Horticultural improvements
Scraps and Qceries New Frits Nw
Flasts Domestic and Foreign' I.ntelligifce
Foreigji Correspondence Hofticclicbai. No
tices. With each Department handsomely illustrated
These general features 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 jrorthy of tb
favor with which his previous efforts have been
amply rewarded Send for a specimen.
Tl'ST RECEIVED AT
CHEAP JEWELRY STORE.
Graham's Row. Clearfield. Pa., a fine assortment o
WATCHES JEWELRY, Ac., 4c, to which we in,
Gold and Silver bunting and open faced watch'
es. to be had at NAUGLE'S.
The American Lever of different qualities, ean
be had at NAUGLE'S,
Fine setts of Jewelry, such' as Cameo, Coral. La
va Jett. Carbuncle, Garnett, Opal, Florentine Mo
saic. Gold Stoce Mosaic, Porcelain pa-.Btings. Ac.,
or single pieces at NAUGLE'S.
P!in gold Breastpins. Ear drops, Hoop Ear ring,
hildren seardropsar.d rings at NAUGLE'S.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, cold pens and ail
ver holders at NAUGLE'S
Gents breast pins, s'eeve buttons, sbirt studs, fob
buckles and guard slides at NAUGLE'S.
A fine assortment of gold Cneer rings of differ
ent styles and quality, gold lockets, coral neckla
ces, silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards, and
all articles in his line, on hand at NAL'GLES
Just received, a fine assortment of Fane? an4
1 001111110,1 Clocks, and Fancy Time-pieces, from 1,25
I to 15 dollars at NAUGLE'S.
Old Gold and Silver will be taken ia exchange
for goods at NAUGLE'S.
All goods warranted aa represented, or tbe mo
ney refunded, at NAUGLE'S.
If you wish your watches put in paiir
and warranted, take tt-iip - i g.
"WHAT IS IT?"
GREAT EXCITEMENT II) GLBIT HOPE, ?Ji
F.Vr.RYBODT KEEMS PLEASED.
And Why Should They Xot Be ?
Surely, the people- in that section of Clearfield
eounty havo great reason to be rejoiced over
the pleasing announcement that
O TrI TST EOBSQN
has just opened in his New Store Room, the larg
est and best selected ?tock of goods ever brought
to that part of the county of Clearfield.
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
The undersigned having removed his store ttr
his New Building on Pine Street, Glen Hope, op
posite the "Union House," ia now opening and of
fering to the public tbe largest and best selected
stock of sean il.ie goods ever offered in this
place and neighborhood, and will be sold at pri
ces to suit the tiiaes.
His Stock embraces Dry-Goods, Notions, Hard
ware. Queens-ware, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Ready made clothing. Paints. Oils, Glass, Nails.
Bacon, Fish, Flour, talt; Willow, Stone and Earthen-ware,
OF DRY-GOODS, be has Cloths. Cassimers. ?at
tinetts, Tweeds, Veniings, Flannels, fchirtingi.
Prints, Coburg cloth, Alpacas, De Laines. Ging
hams, Chintz. Kerchief . Nubias. Sontags. Nan
kin. Lawns. Linen. Lace Edgings. Collars, Trim
mings. Braids. Vails, etc.
OF HARDWARE, he has axes, aaws, chisels,
knives and forks, locks, hinge, screws, augers,
hammers, nails, spikes. .Stoves of various patterns
aad si.es, flat irons, etc -
OF GROCERIES, be baa coffee, sugw. lea
ses, teas, rice, pepper, einamon, cloves, i lour,
haras, aides, shoulders, Sab, eto.
OF QUEENSWARE, he has tea sets, enps and
saucers, cream jugs, tea and coffee pots, pitchers,
bowls, plates, dishes, etc.
OF CLOTHING, he has coats, pants, vests, un
dershirts, shirts, drawers, neck-ties, gloves, socks,
hats, caps, boots, shoes, eto.
All the above, and numerous other articles, for
sale cheap for cah, or exchanged for all kinds of
lumber and country produce.
Remember, that I am receiving 'goodt weekly
from Baltimore. Philadelphia. New York and
Pittsburg, aad that any goods can be fraiehea
on very short notice .
Call and exarcine the goods and prices and eaU
isfy yourselves of the utility of buying at
. - JOHN. P.OBOS'S-V ...
Glan Hope. December 23. 1863,