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CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. 31, 1864
. Tyrone and Clearfield Railroad
Train leaves lyrone at : : : : -.f';
Arrives at Pbilipsburg at : . 1 '
Train leavei PhilipRbnrg at : : : J- m
Arrives at Tyrone at : :
Fall in Gold.-Go!J has gone down a
bout 8 per ccntacdnorn"oted at 24-.
T,IF Draft. There will be no postpone
ment ot the draft, reported in some sec
o "s Thuse who are object to draft can
out for a ticket to the grand ball on or
jtbout the 5th of September.
Tiiamks Dr. T. J. Boyer,of the House
of Representatives, will plea.se accept our
thanks for a copy of the "Report of the
Select Committee relative to the Soldiers
National Cemetery," at Gettysburg.
Rk.moval James E. Watson, has re
moved his entire stock of goods to Philips
bum, where he will be glad to eeallhis
old customers and friends. Advertisement
next w "ek.
Gokkv's Ladv'.s Rook. The Septem
ber number of this highly entertaining La
dy's Magazine is at Land. The contents are
as varie 1 and as interesting as heretofore.
(Jodey, certainly, has not its equal.
Tin-: Continental Monthly. This
much admired "Monthly" for September is
before us. In choice and interesting litera
ture it is not surpassed by any other Maga
zine published in the United States. Price,
a year. Address, John V. Trow, 50
Cueen Street. New York.
Short Again. As another of our hands,
the fifth one since the outbreak of the re
bellion, has volunteered to fight the battles
of the Union, we are again short of hands.
We hope our patrons will accept this as a
sufficient apolocy, should we fail to present
them our usual variety of .reading matter.
In a short time, however, we expect to be
all right again.
The $300 Exemption. It is understood
that Provost Marshal General Fry is about
to promulgate to the effect that all those
who paid the commutation of SHOO, will be
exempt for the 3 years for which they were
drafted. This will exempt them from the
CORRESPONDENCE OF THE JOURNAL.
Letter from Pbilipsburg, Pa.
PmupsBURG, Pa., Aid. uy, JS64.
Peak Joi hnal : This is the day that
ilte great combination cf all isms, sects, par
ties and factions, iu opposition to the pres
i nt administration, meets at Chicago, lor
the purpoH! of nominating a standard U arer
to carry their standard through the coining
presidential campaign. Jn order to insure
fell undivided support from the isms, sects,
parties, ami factions of which the Conven
tion will be composed, the nominee will
have to pledge his t'aitu to carry out the
principles of each and every one. The
pledge and faith will be made up of a varie
ty. To harmon ze one faction, he must
guarantee to them, that if elected, he will
make "a frank and straight forward tender
of the Constitution'' to the seceded States,
ifet them to except it and come back into the
Union. Tii ratify another, if the rebels re
fuse ti e offer, then he must raise all the
men needed to carry on "a vigorous prose
cution of the war" ly volunteering, without
any draft ; another demand, that he must
iai?e ail the money for the carrj"itigon the
war, iy taxation, and to be so light that tiie
laboring, classes shall not feel them. An
other ism tells him, lie must wiu all the bat
t.r .-.wherever fought, and against whatever
til Is.' and "no body hurt on our side."
To receive the votes of those who fear the
slaves wiil overrun the North, and reduce
labor to ten cents a day ; the nominee uiiist
assure them, that he will prevent all negro
h'aves leaving their owners in any part of the
Continent or to restore them as soon after
they leave as possible, in case the said own
er? hoiild be absent serving in the rebel ar
my, to keep the said negro at honest labor
tor their masters' benefit, supplying them
with clothing arid food out of the Govern
ment stores, which shall, however cost no
bmly anything ; and to prevent all negroes
lyin.a from any contagious disease. To the
financial faction, he must assure theui
that he will "till all the departmet ts
ot the public crib with the wisest and pu
rest men iu the country," a la Floyd, "so
'tat nu frauds or mistakes slial. ever be com
mitted by any "Government officers." To
mm the confidence si" the party that feats
a raid from foreign nations; he must "ear
ly out lorcign policy in such a way as to fill
a ! foreign nations with a mixture of fear,
respect, admiration and love in equal pio
!itiuns, " and finally, to insure the entire
"lubiuation, that he will "so conduct the
'oncniijicnt that everybody shall be perfect
ly satisfied, and that no complaint shall ev
er be made against his administration iu any
newspaper or other periodical."
Hiua a wonderful head this standard
taiier must possess, be he whom he may.
'i 'es not seem possible that such a man
i foil. id, though Clement Vallandig
in his recent speech at Ihiyton, Ohio,
a-ured them that the nominee of the Chi
Convention would be a man possessing
V the req lireaients, to harmonize ad the
'Werent element, that the once great 1 m
'"'ratie party had dissolved itelt into, and
"'t!d be triumphantly elected.
1 see by a published list of the delegation
":'.' .I'eiiRsyh atiia, that the two "Sweet
rt imams'' of your town are to bloom and
faste their -fragrance" on the fetid "air"
" "j great show, "Our own" as senatorial,
?!i,l the defeated champion, against allow
the soldier the right of suffrage, to the
I11,1 of 'J7,oi)o majority, as representative
fMei. That small matter of 97,000 will
rather a bad prestige, for the champion.
5 ;ever, his friend V al., can not brag any,
he brags of being beaten by some few
; TJ-'an(is more. I also seen some lesser
Wu of the Clearfield nest, passing through
'j !.ovrn u their way to see the coming man.
tha -1 to nollce &t tne Proper time, the
'.cge in the schedule of the Passenger
. on the T. & C. It. K. The train now
jes, as before, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M., but
,T at 3 50 p. m., being an hour and fif
0 "'iimtes later than the former schedule.
)4r arrarienient, travelors can leave
' town at 12 m., take the cars here at
I' ni. . eonnert with the Mail train West,
on the V. K. ft- a,,,l Express East. Also
with B. E. V. II 11. for Heliefonte. 1 :i
sengers l'r UeiUjfbnti do not have to lay
over nitrht; as formerly, at Tyrone, but can
go through tho same day, and same on rt -tnrnin?.
This will facilitate travel very
l niuch, and is of great importance to the cit
izens of our tow n. Everyday the It. 15. is
developing itself as a "great institution.
The 5th of Sept., is drawing nigh ; and
as yet, I see no signs of any exertions made
to fill our quota. The skedadlers of the
last draft, amounted to four ; and one of
whom was the "flying Dootchman" Det
rick Exline. Poor le trick, he could not
stand the outside pressure." With all his
union sentiments at one time, conservative
at another, and finally wound up on the
"snaiks," he fled for the dominions of the
British Lion, at the first bid his country
made for him. I noticed a very doleful val
edictory letter from him, published in the
"Republican," dated from Danville. Pa.
lie was then en-route for a more northern
lattitude. Thus has another snaik retired
to torpidity. Leroi.
The Copperheads Defeated.
We have already given the fact that the
election in Connecticut and Bhode Island,
to decide the question of extending the e
lective franchise to the soldier, resulted in
a victory to those who were in favor of that
just, honorable and patriotic measure. But
it is fair that the friends of the soldier in
all the loyal States, should know that the
same bitter opposition which rendered infa
mous the Democratic attitude on this ques
tion in Pennsylvania, characterized the
course of the same partizans in the States
named. The Deuiocr, tie leaders of Con
necticut and Rhode Island, with all the
force they could wield of their respective
organizations, with all the power of their
secret, oath-bound societies, with the tac
tics of their clique leaders and the criminal
lies of their organ-, did all they could to re
pudiate the sacred rights of the soldier, but
they failed, and the heroes who went forth
from Bhode Island and Connecticut to fight
the battles of the Union and contend with
the foes of freedom, have been recognized
as citizens, as men, as freemen ! All honor
to Connecticut and 'Rhode Island.
In Tyrone,, on Friday August 23d, by Rev.
Stine. "Mr. William Gtxsaulus to Miss
Ida Pick, of Karthaus tp. Clearfield co.'
In Curwensville, on the 31st inst. Ed
ward, son of Daniel and Louisa Faust,
aged about two years.
On Sunday morning, August 28th, of
consumption, Zenas B. Lkonakd, aged 20
years, 11 mouths and 14 days.
In Clearfield Borough, on Sunday the
21st day of August last of dysentery. Mrs.
Catharine Junks, wife of William Jones,
aged (''. years, ft months and 14 days. The
deceased was long a resident of this place4
and respected by all.. She leaves among us
many descendants and friends to mourn her
loss. She had been for more than twenty
one years a member of the Method Episco
pal church, exhibited true piety in life and
her end was peace. - Her memory will ever
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE,
Y ORDER OF COURT.
VALUABLE Tl.MIIEK LASI).
Tho un-'ersigned committee, of George J Ky
ler. will sell, by virtue of an order of the Court
of common pleas, of Clearfield county, on !stur
d:iy, the I7th day of September, on the premises,
a vuluallc tract of lund. containing 100 Acres
more or less, si uated in Bradford township, in
Clearfield county, on the Snow Shoe and Packers
ville Turnpike, and being part of a larger tract
of land owned by tbe said (Jeorgo .1. Kyler.
There are about thirty acres cleared, and the bn!
ance is in first rate timber, which can he easily
hauled to the river
Tkkms: Or;e half the purchase money to be
paid on continuation of the sale, and the balance
in one year thereafter, with interest, to be secur
ed by bond and mortgage. KUIi'T. MITCHELL.
Cleariield August 22, IS64. Committee.
Life Insurance at Home.
The IVim Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
i21 Chkstsct Stkelt. Piiji,'a.
Insures Lives on favorable terms, and will issue
Pol icier-on any of the approved plans of insurance.
Assets liable to losses 1,221,289 71.
Surplus divided Annually. Losses paid prompt
ly Premiums may be paid in cash; annually,
semi-annually or quarterly; r ono-half in caxh,
and one-half in note By a supplement to the
charier, notes hereafter received will participate
iu all Dividends or Surplus. Scrip certificates up
to January. I s."9, inclusive, are now receivable in
payment of pre iums
A'cncy, at the i.ffice of 11 B. Swoope, Clear
field, Pa Dr J. (i. Ilarlswick, Medical Exami
ner. August 24, 1804.
rpii ACIIKKS WNTEI. The Board of
J School Directors of Union School District. de
sire to em ploy two good teachers for the winter
session of the publio Schools in said district.
The Board will tie in session the Sth day of Oc
tober, at I o 'cluck. P. M., at the store of D. E.
Bruba'er. at which time it is expected that the
teachers will be in attendance. Oood wages will
be give n ISv order of the Board,
Aug. 2t.lSt')4.-6tpd M. HOLLOPETER.Scc'y.
M)ITllK'.S NO TICK. The undersigned
Auditor, appointed by the Orphan's Court of
Clearfield county, to distribute the money in the
hands of William L. Shaw. Adm'r of John Sel
fridge, dee'd. herehy gives notice that he will at
tend to the duties of his appointment, at his
office in Clearfield, on Monday September 1 9th.
lSti4. at 10 o'elock. A.M.. when and where all par
ties interested may attend.
R. J. WALLACE
August 24. lStit-3t Auditor.
MRS. ALL K ' S PHOTCM J RAPH ALBU MS
AND PRIZES I will send one of my beau
tiful Photograph Albums, made of the finest Tur
key Morocco, with double heavy gold plated ex
tension clasps, and a valuable prize, by express
prepaid, for five dollar.
No one need send the money till they know
what priie will accompany the Album Persons
can first send on their names and try their luck.
They will be notified by return mail of the result
of a distribution, when they have the privilege
of sending for the Album and prize or not. as
they choose. Splendid inducements offered to a
gents. ladies as well as gentlemen. Full partic
ulars, with circulars, sent by mail. Address
(with stamp for return postage) Mrs. Lucy Allen,
box 5.565 New York Ctty
p. g Any person who will cut out this adver
tisement and euclose it in a letter, to some friend
I in the army, and notify me of the f ot and to
wbom sent, snail receive oy rciutu
ful and exact life photograph of Major General
Grant, worth at retail 40 cents. A single stamp
will answer both for the return Photograph and
trial of luck, as both can be sent in one letter.
March Ktb, MR?. ALLEN.
FOCK (4) good draught horses for sale by
E A. lUVIN,. Curwensville.
1 ftUinOn , BS- WOOL WANTED,
JjUUU-UliU for which the highest price
wiil be paid in CA.sa by U. MOSSOP,
July fi. 1361. Cleai field,
OTIUY HOUSE. Came tresspassing on
5 the premises of the subscriber in Lawrence
tp., on Tuesday night, August Uth. a large dark
bay horse. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges and take him
away, or be will be sold as the law directs.
August 17,1364. LEWIS CARD0N.
STK A Y ED.-Left the premises of the subscriber
in Bloom township, on the 12th of July, a
black cow. with white spot in face. white on belly,
ami white hind feet. Any person giving infor
mation as to her whereabouts will be liberally
rewarded. ISAAC R. WOOD.
August 10, 1864.
HOME ISrKANCE COMPANY',
Okfice No. 135 Broadway", N Y.
cash capital, :::::::: 32,000.000 00
asskts. 1st July, 1364. ; : : : : 3,000,000 00
LtAiiiLiTiKS. ::::::::: 51,577 54
CHAS. S. MARTIN. President,
A. V. WILLMART1I, Vice-President.
JOHN McGEE, Secretary.
Policies of Insurance against Loss or Damaga
by r'ire.by J. 11. FULFOKD Ageut,
August I", ISOI-fiiu. Clearfield Pa
AUDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned
Auditor, appointed in open Court to audit
and report di;lribution of money in the hands of
U N. llegarty. Administrator of Lyman Miles
late of ISeeoaria tp, Cleariield County, dee'd, gives
notice that hu will attend to the duties of said
appointuieijt-rn Saturday the 3d day of Septem
ber IHlit, at hisoffi :e in the Borough of Clearfield,
at which time and place all persons interested
uiuy attend if they see proper.
WM. M. McCULLOUGII,
August 17 1S64. Auditor.
EXECUTORS NOTICE. Letters Testa-
meniary on the Estate of Henry llegarty, late
of tiuelich " township. Clearfield county Pa.,
deceased, having been granted to the undersign
ei ; all persons indebted to said estate are here
by required to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same will pre
sent them properly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN WITHl ROW,
J. A. 1 1 EG ARTY,
R. M 11 EG ARTY.
August 17, 176 4. Executors.
CAUTION. All persons are hereby caution
ed against prn-basing or u.eddling with the
following prop-rty ; 2 Colts. 2 cews, 4 beiffers. 1
sow and pigs. 9 head sheep. 1 cooking stove and
all the bousehold furniture, 1 wind-mill. 1 cut
tingbox. 1 sleigh. acres of corn. 2 a.;rcs of buck
wheat. 1011 doen wheat, K0 dozen rye and 3 tons
of hay, now in the hands of Jacob Koozer and
Anna M Kooser o I Furguson tp . ns the same be
longs tome and have only been left in the care of
sai l Koo.-er's and are subject to my order at any
time, Jl. SWAN.
Arsonville Pa., August 17. 1801.
TVOTICE. To tub SriiooL DniiirToits ok
J.1 Clkahkield oi'.ntv : Genti.kmkn : Appli
cation having been made by the Board of Direc
tors ol a majority of the school districts in said
county, staling their desire to increase the salary
of the County Superintendent thereof, you are
ri-spectfully reqes'ed to meet in convention ;it the
Court Uo'jsC in Clearfield ou Tuesday tbo 13 h
day of September 13ti4, t 1 o'clock in the after
noon. or the purpose above stated, according to
the teims of the eighth section of supplement to
the school law, approved the Sth day of May. 1855.
C. R. COIll' UN.
August 17. 1864 3t. Supt Com. Schools.
tJALE OF REAL ESTATE OF E. II.
5 SMEAL, dee'd Notice is hereby given,
that by virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court
of Clearfield county. Pa., granted at June term
A D 1364. the undersigned wiil expose to sale at
public vendue or outcry, on the premises at Cur
wensville. on Saturday. 27tb day of August. A.
D. 1864, at 2 o'clock P. M , the real estate of E.
B. Smeal, dee d, being a lot of ground with a
house thereon situate in Curwensville Borough
and bounded and described as follows, viz : north
by lot of Daniel Faust, cm the east by street run
ning by Methodist Church to Anderson Creek, on
the south by Edward Pattou's lot. on the west by
an alley, being the same lot purchased from Josh
ua E Baker. One other piece of ground situate
in same borough to wit : on the north by Metho
odist Church lot. on the east by the above men'
tioned street, on the south by an alley, on the
west by Methodi.-t Church lot. being about 25
feet square more or less, with a shop thereon
Teh-ms: one half cash, ami the balance in six
months from confirmation of sale with 'Titert
July 27. 1364. Z. McXAl1 .....i.jim.ur.
r M E A C II E It S ' EXAMINATION . Appli
1 cants tor schools will meet for examination
at the following named places.
Brady and Bloom, at Luthebur Monday
September 5. Ferguson and I'enn. at LuHibei
city. Tuesday September 6. Bell at Bower,
Wednesday. September 7. Burnside. Chest, and
New Washington, at Riddle's school house. Thurs
day. September 3. Joruan and Knox, at Anson
ville, Friday, September 9. Curwensville and
Pike, at Curwensville. Saturday, September 10.
Hoggs and Bradlord. at Williaiu'sGrove.Monday,
Isepteuiber. 12 Gr.iham and Morris, at Kyler
town, Wednesday, September 14. Decatur and
Woodward, at Centre school house in Decatur,
Thursday. September 15. Beccaria and Guelich,
at Glen Hope. Saturday 17 Girard and Goshen
at Congress Hill, .Monday September 19. Coving
ton and Karthaus. at Mulsonburg. Tuesday Sep
tember 20. Huston and Fox, at No 1 school house
in Huston, Friday September 23. Clearfield
and Lawrence, at Clearfield Monday September 26.
No private examinations will be held, unless
satisfactory cause e shown, and then the appli
cants must present a written request signed by
at lea-t four members of the board of Directors of
the district in which they propose to teach. No
teacher can be placed in a school under any cir
cumstances. without a valid certificate, which the
directors should examine carefully before contract
ing Applicants will be required to attend at
those places nearest to the district to which they
are applying for schools. The examination will
commence at 9 o'clock A. M.
C. B. SANDFORD.
August 16. 1.364-3t. County Super'nt.
Three Farms For Sale !
SITUATE IN PIKE TOWNSHIP.
The subscriber will sell his three farms situate
in Pike township, Clearfield county. Pa., at pri
vate gain. Also. ne traet of unimproved land
cumbered and described as follows, to wit :
No. 1. Is an improved tract on which he re"
sides, and contains about 260 acres 200 acres.it
which is cleared. 25 acres being in meadow, and
the whole in a high state of cultivation and un
der good fences. The improvements are a good
frame house, frame barn. (75 by 58 feet,) wagon
shed, grain house, smoke house, wood house, and
other eutbuildings. There is timber sufficient on
the land for all farm uses, and an excellent coal
bank. Also good water and a fine orchard of
choice fruit growing thereon.
No. 2. Is"an improved tract, and contains 135
seres of which 30 acres are cleared, 10 acres be
ing in meadow, and the whole in a good state t
cultivation and under good fences, with excel
lent water on the farm. The buildings are a log
bouse and an excel "ent frame barn, and some oth
er outbuildings. There is on this tract sufficient
good timber for 7 or 8 rafts, and an excellent coal
bank, together with an orchard of choice frnit
No. 3. Is an improved tract, containing about
100 acres. 30 acres cleared, (new,) with a small
plank house and baru thereon erected. The land
is under good fences, with excellent water ou it.
About 3 rafts of good timberalso standing thereon.
No. 4. Is an unimproved tract of 400 acres.with
some good pine timber growing on it, and will
make an excellent farm when cleared
f he above tracts will be sold in a body, or sep
erately. to suit purchasers preferring, however,
to sell them in a body. The terms will be reason
able. The tracts can be seen at any time by call
ing on the subscriber, or inquiries by letter will
be answered if addressed to Curwensville. Pa.
Augusts, 11. DANIEL BAILEY.
BE WISE BY TIMES. Do not trifle with your
health, constitution and character. If you are
suffering with any disease for which llelmbold's
Extract Buchu is recommended. Try it! try it !
It will cure you, save long suffering, allaying
pain and inflamation. and will restore you to
health and purity, at little expanse, and no expo
sure. Cut out the advertisement in another col
umn, and aall or send for it. Beware of counter
feits! Ask for Helmbold's. Take no other.
CAUTION. AH persons are hereby caution
ed against purchasing or meddling with cer
tain household property now in the hands of Win.
B. Thoumson. of Chest tp., as the same belongs
to us and has only been left in the care of said
Thompson, and is subject to our order at any time.
Ju I y 20, 1 S64 . A. W. PEARCE A RKO.
CAUTION. All persons are hereby cautioned
against purchasing or in any way meddling
with a certain promisory note. given by roe to
Geo. W. Dotts. of Beccaria township, dated about
the 1st of Febiuary, 1364, and calling for fifty dol
lars. As I have received no value tbereforT will
not pay the "same unless compelled to do so by
due process of law. S. M. DICKERMAN
August 1. 1864-a 10-pd.
TEACHERS WANTED The School direc
tors of Girard twp. wish to enploy three teach,
crs for the winter session of the public Schools
The teachers are expected to be iu attendance at
the examination by the County Superintendent
to be held at Congress Hill School House in Sep
tember next. The wages will be from $25 to $35.
according to grade. By order of the board.
Augua 10. IS64. PETER LAMM. Sec y.
CAUTION. All persons are hereby caution
ed against purchasing or taking an assign
ment of a certain piece of land lying in Graham
tp ., or of the timber or any part of the same there
on, as the said land belongs to T. W. Stone. This
tract was sold for seated taxes at the late Treasur
ers sale, notwithstanding the undersigned has
paid all taxes assessed thereon up to 1364 the
receipts for which he now holds.
August 17, IS6-3t.p. THOMAS W. ST0NE.
CAUTION. -All persons are hereby caution
ed against purchasing or meddjing with a
certain piomisory note given by me to Samuel
East, and in which Samuel S liollopeter is bail
calling for fifty-eight dollars and seventy-five cts..
dated the 4th day of August. 164. and payable
9 months after date. As I have received no val
ue therefor I will not pay the same unless com
pelled to do so by due course of law.
JOHN A. BKI BAKER.
August 5th. 1361- a 10.
CLEARFIELD ACADEMY'. D W. Mc
Curdy A. B. Principal. The next quarter
will open on Monday the 5th of September, 1364
TKHMS Of TflTIOX AS FOMOWS !
L Common English. Comprising those branches not
nigner man neautng hiihiij;, .-wimiuciiu.
Geography, English Grammar ami History, per
quarter. S 00
llijjher English Branches, 7 50
Languages. 10 00
I)M I N 1ST II A TO lt'S N OTIC K. Letters
of Administration on the estate of Thomas
Cowan, late of lieecaria township, Clearfield coun
ty, dee d., having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons indebted to sai4 estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those naving
claims against thesiine will present them duly
SAMUEL HEG ARTY.
Julv O.IStH. Administrator.
ED. A. IRVIN
MERCHANT AND DEALER IN LUMBEE
Of evory description, just received at the -'Corner
Store," and soiling as low for Cash and coun
try produce as can be bought elsewhere in the
county. The stock consists of Dry (Joods, Gro
ceries, Hardware, Queensware, Glassware. Willow-ware,
Woodonware, Hats. Caps, Boots. Shoes
Ready-made olothiug. Flour, Bacon, Molasses,
Syrups, Rice, Fruits, Candies, Nuts, etc. Pur
chasers should sco the goods and post them
selves in prices. July I 3, 1S64.
ORPH AN'S COURT SALE
OF V A L TABLE HEAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court
af Clearfiald county, there will be exposed to
On Saturday, August 20th.
At the Blue Ba' I hotel, the following described
Real estate, late the property of Peter Smeal,
dee'd, to wit: A certain tract of land situate in
Boggs tp.. Clearfield county, containing 109 Acres,
beginning at a white pine, thence by land of W.
Smeal noth 110 perches to post, thence west 150
porches t post, thence by lands of G. D. Morgan
& Co., south 1 IS perches to post, thence by land
of Jeremiah Smeal west 157i perches fo place of
beginning, with about 24 acres elcared thereon.
Part of this land is well timbered with white and
yellow pine, and is supposed to contain inexhans
tible quantities of stone coal.
Tkbms: One half cash at sale, and the remain
der in one year thereafter, with interest, to be
secured by judgment bonds. Sal e to commence
at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day. when duo atteid
ance will be given by CYKENIUS HOWE, Adm'r
July 20 1364. MARY SMEAL, Adm'x.
"RALLY 'ROUND TEE C0UNIFR. BOYS."
TILE 2D SERIES
Of Grand Uaces have commenced on
the Lmnbcr-City course !
OPEN FOR COMPETITION
Ectry t lay, Siimbni rsvrpted.) A jtfke
for everybody. Apply immediately to
the proprietor. Kirk l" Spencer,
at their New Cheap -Store,
in Lumber-City, f'nna.
The fact can be no longer denied the people
have said it, the people know it, and everybody
believes it, that the new store js the plaee to buy
cheap goods, to buy new gtTffds, to buy fashiona
ble goods, to buy any kind of goods you want.
The summer stock, now opening at Kirk Jc Spen
cer's, is the largest, the best assorted and best
that ever came to the place.
Ladies can find delaines, alpacas, merinos,
cashmeres, French and American ginghams. lawns,
plaids, nankins, berege.cambrics. muslins, balmo
ral and hoop skirts, silk and cloth mantles, veils,
edgings, lace, braid, nets, corsets, belts, collaretts,
hosiery, gloves, ribbons, bonnets,hats, trimmings,
bobinett, mull and swiss muslins, shawls, combs,
wristlets, linen handkerchiefs, toilet articles. Ac.
Gentlemen can find coats, pants, vesta, boots,
shoes, hats, caps, collars, neck-ties, suspenders,
shirts, handkerchiefs, perfumery Ac.
Children can find toys in great variety, candies,
It is the place to buy your dry goods ; your gro
ceries, your boots and shoes, . hats, caps and bon
nets ; your notions your hardware, scythes, forks,
shovels, hoes, rakes; your brooms, cedar and wil
low ware; your clocks and looking glasses ; your
stone and queensware ; your flour, fish and bacon ;
yeur glass, putty, paints, oil and varnish ; your
nails and spikes ; in tact anything you want. If
you wish the highest cash pi ice foi your produce,
your butter, eggs, grain, flax-seed, rags, timber,
boards and shingles, it is the place to exchange to
the best advantage to yourselves Anyart'cle not
on hand will be ordered on short notice. Ladies
wishing bonnets or dress goods can have them or
dered by calling at Kirk A Spencer's cheap store,
as special arrangements have been made for that
e do not wish to wound or seriously hurt any
body, but will do our utmost to maintain the rep
utation we have won, of selling goods a little
lower than anybody else.
"Rally 'roi-nd the counter, boys!' and be con
vinced of the truth of our assertions.
Lumber-city. June 24. KIRK A SPENCER.
SALT a good article, and very cheap at ine
rtore of . WM. F. IRWIN. ClearfieJ t.
UST RECEIVED AT,
CHEAP JKWELKY STOKE.
Graham s Row. Clearfield. Pa., a fine assortment ot
WATCHES JEWELRY, Ac, Ac, to which wc in
Gold and Silver hunting and open faced watch
es. to be bad at NAl'GLE'S.
The American Lever of differenf qualities, can
be bad at NAl'GLE'S.
F'ine setts of Jewelry, such as Cameo. Coral, La
va, Jett. Carbuncle, Garnett, Opal. Florentine Mo
saic. Gold Stone Mosaic, Porcelain paintings. Ac,
or single pieces at t NAl'GLE'S.
Plain gold Breast pins, Eacdrops, Hoop Earrings,
children's eardrops and rings at NAUGLE'S.
Gold seals, keys and pencils, gold pens and sil
ver holders at NAl'GLE'S.
Gents breast pins, sleeve buttons, shirt studs, fob
buckles and guard slides at NAUG LE'S.
A fine assortment of gold finger rings of differ
ent styles and quality, gold lockets, coral necklti
ces. silver thimbles, spectacles, watch guards and
all articles in his line, on hand at N A IG LE'S.
Just received, a fine assortment of Fancy and
common Clocks, and Fancy Time-pieces, from 1.25
to 15 dollars at NAl'GLE'S.
Old Gold and Silver will be taken in exchange
All gojds warranted as represented, or the mo
ney refunded, at NAUGLE'S.
If you wish your watches put in good repair
and warranted, take tb'ui NAUGLE'S.
GRAND OPENING OF
C. W. & II. W. SMITH'S,
comprising a general assortment of
Dry-Goods, Groceries, Queens-ware,
Wooden-ware, Boots and Shoes,
Notions, &c., &e., kc.
Bet quality of Prints. Delaines, Muzanibiques.
Linen, Poplins, Rnlzarines. Lavellas. Ginghams
check, drilling, ticking and sheeting, shawls,
plain silks, fowlard silks, cassainrres cottonades.
jeans, tweeds, satinetts, bleached muslins (at less
than city wholesale prices) brown muslins.
IlOSIERY.Gloves, RibbonSjJrimmings. But
tons, (in great variety) collars, velvet ribbon. veils,
headnets. embroidery, braids, handkershiefs. la
dies elastic pages, whalebones, bindings, chil
drens', misses', and ladies' hoop skirts. Quaker
and Corset Skirts,
NEW STYLE BALMORALS.
Sugar. Tea. Coffee. Molasses, Spices.Ac.Oranges.
Split Peas. Lemons. Full Tea Setts. Dishes, com
mon and fine ware, cups. saucers, preserve jars Ac.
TUBS, Brooms. Churns, Mops. Buckets. Meas
ures, brushes, combs, wicks, fancy baskets, bowls,
door-mats, window blinds, cords, tassels, etc, etc
Childrens. Misses and Ladies' morocco boots,
shoes, balmorals. and gaitors.
New Firm-New Goods.
BEAD! HEAD!! BEAD!!!
B0YNT0W, SH0WEHS AND GRAHAM.
Have received their first supply of Seasonable
Goods. which they are now offering for sale at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Their stock consists of a general variety oi
Pry-Goods. Groceries, Hard-war, Queens-ware,
Tin-ware. Willow-ware. Wooden-ware. Provisions.
Hats. Caps, Boots, Shoes, and Clothing, Ac.
For the Ladies.
They would call especial attention to the large
and good assortment of new styles and patterns of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
now opening, consisting of Plain and Fancy Silks.
Delaines. Alpacas. Ginghams. Ducals. Prints, Me.
rinos, Cashmeres, Plaijs. Brilliants. Poplins, Be
rcg. Lawns Nankins. Linen, Lace. Edgings, Col
erettcs. Braids, Belts, Veils, Nets, Corsetts, Nu
bias, Hoods. Coats. Mantels. Balmoral skirts. Ho
siery, Gloves Bonnets. Flowers. Plumes. Ribbons.
Hats. Trimmings. Buttous. Combs. Shawls, Braid,
Muslins, Irish Linens, Cambrics, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Bobioets, Mulls, Linen Handkerchiefs etc
Of Men's Wear
They have also received a large and well select
ed Stock, consisting ot Cloths. Plain and Fancy
Cassiineres, Cashinerets. Tweeds, Jeans. Cordu
roys. Bever-Tcen. 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 Linen Shirts, etc
Of Boots and Shoes,
They have a large assortment for Ladies and Gen
tlemen, consisting of Top BooU Brogans. Pumps,
Gaiters, Balmoral Boots, Slippers, Monroes, etc
Groceries and Provisions
Such as Coffee. Syrups, Sugar, Rice. Cracker,
Vinegar, Candles. Cheese, Flour. Meal. Bicon,
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
Ladels, Sieves. Dusting pans, Lanterns, etc . etc.
Brooms. Brushes. Baskets. Washboards. Buckets,
Tubs, Churns Wall-paper, Candle wick. Cotton
yarn and Batting, Work baskets. Umbrellas, etc.
Angers, Axes. Chisels. Saws, Files, Hammers,
Hatchets, N'ils, Spikes. Gri -d stones, Stoneware.
Trunks. Carpet bags. Powder, Shot, Lead, etc.
Writing and Letter paper. Fancy note and com
mercial paper, pens, pencils and ink. eopy books,
slates, ink stands, fancy and common envelopes.
Shoe Findings, Glass and Putty. Flat irons and
Coffee mills. Bed cords and Bed screws. Matches,
Store 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 toeall and examine their
stock, and hope to give entire satisfaction.
BOYNTON. SHOWERS A GRAHAM-
Clearfield, Pa , July 20h, 1M
TERMS OF THE JOURNAL. .
The Raktswas's Jocrnal if published on vTL
nesday at 1,d0 per annum in advance Adver
tisements inserted at $1.00 per souare. for tare
er less insertions Twelve lines (or less) counting
square. For every additional insertion 25 cent.
A deduction will be made to yearly advertisers.
IRVIN BROTHERS, Dealers in Square A Sawed
Lumber. Drj Goods, Groceries. Flour, Grain,
Ac , Ac, Burnside Pa., Sept. 23 1S63.
JAMES E. WATSON. Merchant and Dealer la
Timber. Saw Logs. Boards and Shingles. M
rysville, Clearfield county, Pa. June 2tf.lS6i.
REDERICK LEITZINGER. Manufacturer of
II kinds of Stone-ware. Clearfield, Pa. Or
ders solicited wholesale or retail. Jan. 1, 1S6J
BANS A BARRETT, Attorneys at Law. Clear
field. Pa. -May is. iso.j.
j. crass. :::::: Walter barrett.
ROBERT J. WALLACE. Attorney at Law. Clear
field. Pa Office in Shaw's new row. Market
treet. opposite Naugle's jewelry store. May 2B.
HF. NAl'GLE. Watch and ClockIaker, and
, dealer in Watches. Jewelry, Ac. Room la
Graham's row, Market street. Nov. 10.
HBUCIIER SWOOPE. Attorney at Law.Clear
, field. Pa. OfEe inGraham's Row. fourdoo
we-t of Graham A Boynton's store. Nov. 10.
. J ALLACE A HALL, Attorneys at Law, Clear
V field. Pa. December 17. 1S62.
william A. Wallace. :::::::: jon.s o. ball.
HARTSWICK A HL'STOM. Dealers in Drugs,
Medicines. Paints. Oils. Stationary. Perfume
rv. Fancy Goods. Notions, etc, etc., Market street,
Clearfield, Pa June, 29, lS6t.
17 A FLEMMING. Lumber-city. Pa.. Nursery
'. man and Dealer in all kinds of Fruit aud
Ornamental Trees. Plants and Shrubbery. All or
ders by mail promptly attended to. May 11.
J P. KRATZER. dealer in Dry Goods. Cloth.
. ing. Hardware. Quecusware, Groceries. Pro
visions Ac. Front Street, above the Academy,
Clearfield, Pa. April 27.
II7-ILLIAM F.IRW IN. Marketstreet. Clearfield,
Pa.. Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Mer
chandise. Hardware, Queensware, Groceries, and
family articles generally. Nov. 10.
JOHN GVELICH. Manufacturer of all kinds ot
J Cabinet-ware, Market street. Clearfield, Pa.
He also makes to order Coffins, on short notice, and
attend funerals with a hearse. Aprl0,'59.
rR M. WOODS, Piiacticixw PnrsiiMS,
J Examining Surgeon for Pensions.
Office. South-west corner of Second and Cherry
Street, Clearfield, Pa. January 21.
fllHOMAS J. M'CULLOUGII, Attorney at Law,
L Clearfield. Pa. Office, east of the ' Clearfield
co. Bank. Deeds and other legal instruments pre
pared with promptness and accuracy. July 3.
T B M'ENALLY, Attorney at Law. Clearfield.
. Pa. Practices in Clearfield and adjoining
jounties. Office in new brick building of J. Boyn
ton, 2d stre'.-t, one door south of Lanicb's Hotel.
RICHARD MOSSOP, Dealer in Foreign and Do
mestic Dry Goods, Groceries, Flour, Bacon,
Liquors. Ac Room, on Market street, a few door
west of Journal VJjicr. Clearfield, Pa. Apr27.
LARRIMEK A TEST, Attorneys at Law. Clear
field. Pa. Will attend promptly to all legal
and other business entrusted to their care in Clear
field and adjoining counties. August 6, 18o6.
DR. WM. CAMPBELL, offers his professional
services to the citizens of Moshannon and vi
cinity. He can be consulted at his residence at
all times, unless absent on professional business.
Mohsannon, Centre co.. Pa., May 13, 1S63.
.T"M. ALBERT A BRO S, Dealers in Dry Goods.
V Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Flour,
Bacon, etc. Woodlan-1, Clearfield county. Penn'a.
Also, extensive dealers in all kinds of sawed lum
ber, shingles, and square timber. Orders soliei
ted. Woodland, Aug. 19th, 1363.
UCTIONEER. The undersigned having
been licensed an Auctioneer, desires to in
form the citizens of Clearfield county that he will
attend to the calling of sales, tb rougbout the coun
ty, upon short notice. Post-office address, either
Bloomingville or Curwensville. WM. M. BLOOM.
Bloomingville, April R, 1864.
Vl'CTIONEER. The undersigned having
obtained a liscenco as auctioneer, would in
form -the citizens of Clearfield county tnat ha
will attend to the callirg of sales, in any part of
of the county, whenever called upon. Charge,
moderate. Post office address. Cush. Clearfield
county. Pa. JOHN F. LEE.
Ayril 20, lS64-3mp.
A UCTIONEER. The undersigned havinf
1. been Liceneed an auctioneer would inform
the citizens of Clearfield County, that he will at
tend to calling sales in any part of the County
whenever called upon. Charges Moderate.
Adaress J M. SMITH.
Hegartys X Roads, Clearfield Co- Pa
February 3d 1864
A TL'CTIONEER. The undersigned havlnf
j. been Licensed an Auctioneer, would inform
the citizens of Clearfield county that he will at
tend to calling sales, in any part of the county,
whenever called upon. Charges moderate
Address, JOHN M QLTLKIN,
May 13 Bower Po., Clearfield eo., Pa.
N. B. Persons calling sales without a proper li
cense are subject to a penalty of S60, which pro
vision will be enforced against those who may vi
olate the same.
BONDS AND .NOTES FOR SALE. Th.
undersigned is prepared t furnish, to those
seeking investments. Government and county
bonds. Also live per cent Government notes.
II B. SWOOPE,
Clearfield May 4. KSS4. Att'y at Law
DR.LITCH'S MEDICINES Afresh sup
ply of these invaluable Family Medicines
are for sale by M. A. F'rank. Clearfield, consisting;
ot Pain Curer ; Restorative, a great cure for eolda
and cough ; and Aai-BitoH Pkytie. They have
been thoroughly tested in this community, and
are highly approved. Tar them.
UO AND SEE TIIE .NEW GOODS AT
J. E. WATSON'S,
Marysville, Clearfield County, PenD'a.
Cheap for cash or exchanged for Timber,
Boards. Saw Logs or SbingUa.
Oct. 14. 1863. JAMES E. WATSON.
IlKTISTItV t I Ti- v
mJ M. M'Kiernan
having located at Smith's
Mills, (Jancsville.) Clearfield Co.. Pa., informs the
citizens of that place and vicinity, that be will
endeavor to render satisfaction to all who may
favor him with their pat.'onage. Professional
calls to any part of the country promptly attend
ed to. Work done on Vulcanite. Terms moderate.
May ll,lsiH.-3m. Dr. F. M. McKlERNAN.
NEW WATCH ft JEWELRY STORE.,,
The undersigned having located in tfce bor
ough of Clearfield, rat the shop formerly ocpied
by R Welch as a jewelry shop,) is prepared t
do work of all kinds on the most reasonable terms.
The cash will positively be expeeted, when th
work is delivered. He is confident that heean
not be excelled by any workmen i town or county .
Come one .' rotne all to the Sign f th Hist Wattk.
April 9. 62-ly-pd. S. li. LAUCHLIN.
TEMPERANCE HOFSfS. The subscriber
would respectfully inform the oitixens of
Clearfield county, that be hag rented the ''Tipton
Hotel." and will use every endeavor to accommo
date those who may favor him with their custom.
He will try to furnish the table with the best the
country can afford, and will keep hay and feed U
accommodate teamsters. Gentlemen don't t
the "Tipton Hotel." SAML'FL S . .
Tipton, Fa , May ? U4.