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a'.tU prices of all kinds of printing materials.
I. W. Mi'OKE.
Publisher of '-CUarficld Republican."
Publisher of '-Uat'tsuiau's Journal.''
Personal. The individual who borrow
ed our umbrella, several weeks fcince, will
jilease return it soon, or we will send Con
Haolti Shu part after the jieison, ad well as
Death of a Soldier. It is with regret
that we annrmDce the death of Corporal Jo-s-eph
Bu-h, of the Si I'eim'a Cavalry. He
tiled in hospital of chrtnic diarrhu?, on the
".th of November. lie va.s a brave and ef
Scitnt officer and soldier, and his compan
ion in arms deeply lament his deatlu May
in.' rest in petty.
The Weather. Dating the past week
were favored with tolerable fair winter
vreather. On Wednesday evening last, the
snow had reached a depth of six or eight
,nche.-, and bedding was tolerable good.
But on Sunday and Monday of this wwk.
the iir moderated very much, which; with
tome ram, caused the greater portion of the
Sii-ivr to disappear. On Tuesday, however,
tiie aunosphere got colder, and this morning
(T.Veuuesday)'smne snow fell.
No 1'aper Next Week. We have con
cluded not to issue a Journal next week, for
various reasons. We have broken some of
the fixtures about our press, which will re
quire several days to make the necessary re
pairs, and as we are still short of hands are
unable to do so and put out a paper. Be
fci ies, we have several rollers to make, and
a number of other things to put in order
iu the office. We hope our readers will re
ceive this explanation as a Mt'lirient apolo-
for the non-appearance of the Journal
Deserters Arrested. We learn that
i-evi-n others, besides those arrested in Knox
town.-liip, have been appreh nded in Clear
f:eM and Centre counties by the loth Veter
an uv,erves, since their arrival at l'hilips
LurL'. to wit : Win. Ileman, liouuty jump
er ; J'anic-l Moore, deserter from 110th Da.
Vol. ; imon P. Wetzel, deserter from draft ;
llobcrt A. Keefer, deserter from 11 2th l'a.
Vol.; Geo. li. Albright, deserter from oth
Pa. lies. ; John M'Coy, deserter from draft;
so 1 J. J. Icklin, deserter from ICth Veter
an Reserve Corps.
Godky's Lady's Hook for January,
105 is before us. It is the best number
that has leen issued, and may truly be cal
led a ''Premium number unrivalled and
unapproachable." Two magnificent Steel
l'late-1, a superior colored Fashion-plate, and
fourteen other large engravings, grace its
a;-s be-.ides crochet patterns, latest styles
of bonnets, collars, caps, capes, etc., mat
in all about SO engravings. It also gives us
eaure to state that the slight advance in
price has not prevented persons from sub
scribing fur 'Godey" ; an J the reason is ob
vious : because it is really the Ladies favor
ite, and under no circumstances will they lo
without it. See advertisement iu another
column of to-dav's JonrniL
The Lady's Fhiexd. The January nutu
W of the Lady's Friend is already on our
taule, and fully bears out the high reputa
tion of this new monthly, which is now en
tering upon the second year of its existence.
leading steel engraving, "Hush! it is
Asleep," is a beautiful picture, and will
doubtless go right to the hearts of the la-d'-e.
The Fashion Plate a double one, as
usual is very fciUidome indeed, admirably
engraved on steeL and richly colored. Then
lhpre is a colored design of a Work Table
pompabion. a very woeful lady,as she seems,
M rod and yellow and blue ; and numerous
"'her engravings of the Fashions, Work
Department, and many other things
'h useful and ornamental. Price $2.50;
2 copies $4.00; 9 copies $10.00; 21 eopies
135.00 Specimen numbers will be sent to
those desirous of making up clubs for 15ets.
Ailress Deacon & Peterson, S19 Walnut
reet, Philadelphia. Now is the time to
T A TIGHT INJELKOX T0WEEIP.
Eighteen Deserters Arrested and one Killed
About two wicks siticethe lGthllegiment
of the V eteran Deserve corps arrived at
Vliilitteburr, which ha been luade a milita
ry post on account of its being the terminus i
of the Kail-road. Ihe object in .sending
these troops into this section of the State
was to arrest deserters and drafted men who
failed to report.
Accordingly on Tuesday evening the 13th,
Major Goebel sent a detachment tf fifty or
sixty men, under command cf Capt. South
worth, to Knox township in this county, to
arrest a gang of deserters, who, he had learn
ed, would be at Tom Adams' house on that
evening. Part of this force was in sleds,
and the remainder mounted. A littb after
midnight they arrived at the place designa
ted, and at once surrounded tiro house.
The cavalry being properly posted, the in
fantry at once advanced to the door, when
some one within cried out, ''The soldiers
are here!" Capt. South worth at once rush
ed into the house with his men and arrested
all the inmates nineteen of whom proved
to be deserters and drafted men. Tom Ad
ams a notorious deserter and leader of the
gang, was on the second floor at the time.
On going to a window he saw the soldiers
outside, and at once fired with a musket at
them, (killing a young man named Kcad,
from Chueuio. t, New Ilamshire, a buck
shot having struck him in tnehcad,) and
then endeavored to make his escape by
jumping from the window to the ground.
A volley from Uiomj iosted outside, however,
brought him suddenly to a '"halt" several
balls having pierced his body, lie lived
but a few- minutes after he was shot -thus
having forfeited his life iu a most iniqui
tous ause. The foregoing are the facts, as
near as we have been able to obtain them.
Among those arrested are Stephen A.
Durbin of the 55th Pa. Vol., Daniel Tiiu
olin of the S2d. Win. Drown of the ,55th,
and Daniel Drant of the 184th, all desert
ers : and Dr. J. J. Kiise aud George Nagle,
deserters from the draft. The names of
the others who were arrested in Kuox town
ship, we have failed to procure.
Thio affair, which must be regarded as
the legitimate offspring of the spirit of law
lessness which has been engendered in this
county by the bad advice aud iuflamatory
harrangues of designing demagogues, who
could just as readily have directed their fol
lowers in the right as in the wrong way,ought
to, if it does uot,satisfy the misguided men in
cur midst that the Government has the
power to enforce the laws, and that its iron
grasp will be laid upon all w ho attempt to
resist its authority. We hope for the cred
it of the county at large, but more particu
larly for the sake of the law-abiding portion
of our citizens, that we may not again be
called upon to record such a lamentable e
vent. Should any other troubles of the a
love character arise, those vho bring them
upon themselves, will do so with a full
knowledge of the fearful consequences they
must inevitably incur, aud the fault will rest
entirely with themselves.
List of Jurcr3 for January Term, 1865.
Grand Jirors. Deccaiia; G. W. Dil
lon. P. Dradifi", J. S. Gallahcr. Drady ; M.
Sltu 'art. Duruside; W. Gooderman, John
Ailord. Chest; 1J. Hummel, F. Fraley, L.
Killian, (I. S. Tozer. Clearfield; Lar. 11.
Merreii, A. C. Finney, II. W..Park. Cov
ington; Dr. J. W. Potter. Ferguson: T.
V. Drown. Jordan ; Edw. Comfort. Law-
rence; Jos. Watson. JiUmber-city : Amos
llile. Morris; Robert Drown. Pike; Pe
ter Hoover. Union; D. F. Ilarley.
Traverse Ji rors. Deecaria; S. Kirk,
S. Cowan. Dell; 11. Melufley. Dloom; E
Luther, G. P. Dloom. Doggs; S.-Kobiton.
Dradford ; Robt. Livingston. J. E. Darger.
Dradv ; J. Brooks. E. Lines, D. Eshenfelt
er, G. Per.tz, It. II. Moore. B article ; II.
Eisenhower, J. Neff. Chest ; Jona. Fry, P.
Pentico. Cleai-fieid; H. Stone, J. M'Bride,
J. C. Whitehall, F. Short. Cuiwensville;
W. Bard. Wm. M'Bride. C. Bloom. Cov
ington ; W. Schnarrs, Joab Rider. Deca
tur; E. Reese. Ferguson; J. Rowles, D.
Read. G irard , D. Spackman. Goahen : J .
Fiegal. Graham; T. 31. Leonard, J. W.
Turner, J. II. Steward. Jordan : D. Mc
Geehan. Lawrence: R. Porter, W. Spack
man. J. Dougherty, D. Welch, I. Swales. J.
J. Reed. Lumber-city ; II. Davis. Pike;
clIUC A. LIWllj ' " - " - t
j Wm. P. Beck, J. Douchman. Woodward ;
11. ,J. I'asan, J. Jjockett.
Second Week. Beccaria ; J. II. Hegar
ty. Beil : J. Davidson, E. Wetzel. Brad
ford; E. Williams, W. S.Taylor, J.Stew
art, J. Shirev, Isaac Wilson. Brady; M.
P.roon. A. Miles. W. T. Hamilton. D. Rish
el. Chest ; L. Roland, L. J. llurd. Clear
field ; D. Connelly, J. Cooper, E. W. Gra
ham. J. II. Ililburii, J. Carr. Covington;
C. Brown. Decatur ; II. Post. Gi.ard;A
Irwin. Goshen , J. Munce. Gue!ich;W.
B. Whiteside. Jordan : Laf ete Bloom, II.
Straw. Karthaus; T. Michaels. Lumber
city; Anth. Ilile. Morris; R. Dougherty,
G. Beams. Penn ; P. M'Mahan, J. John
son. Pike : J. Ross Bloom. Union ; Jos.
ScoSeld. Woodward; J. Rowles.
To Borrowers. The person who bor
rowed a Buffalo robe, with green lining,
from James B. Graham, E&i-, hereby res
pectfully requested to return the same with
out furtlier delay, as lie is much in need
of the same.
Illinois SIenatorship. There is a whole
regiment of candidates for a seat in the U.
S.Senate. from Illinois Yates, Logan, Pal
mer, Washburo, and "Long" John Went
worth. John, thinks he is tall enough to
overreach them alL
There were in the Block ley AlmsIIouse,
near Philadelphia, last week, 2,719 inmates,
and the number of poor receiving out-door
relief wa6.33.. .
On December 4th, iu Richland township,
Tenia county, Iowa, by T. N. Hiat, Esq.,
Mr James C. Reams, formerly of Iawrence
township, and Miss LrciNDA J. Graham,
formerly of Bradfoid township, Clearfield
FOR TIIE HOLIDAYS !
Mrs. H. D. Welch
lias received, and offers to purchasers, a large
stock of Woolen Goods, of superior quality,
consisting in part of
Turbans, Net Hoods,
. Nubias, Nubia Hoods,
Scarfsr Breakfast Capes,
In her stock of Millinery Goods will be found
Dress Caps, Head Dresses,
Nets, fcc, fee.
Also, Bugle Trimming, Ribbon. Drf ss and Velvet
Trimmings, Buttons, Buckles, Ac.
COLLARS, GLOVES, k HOSIERY.
Reads, Zephyr, , Thread,
Braid, Combs, Needles.
Cosmetics such as Hunt's Bloom of Roses, Laird's
Bloom of Youth, Sterling's Ambrosia. Hair
Oils. Phalon's Extract Night Blooming
Cereus, (genuine article.) and other
articles of Perfumery.
CHILDRENS' TOYS, SUCH AS
IvOry, Lava ware,
Fanes Soaps, Hoop Skirts, Skirt Supporters, AVil
low Baskets, and a large variety of other
Fancy and Staple articles, suitable for
this season of the year.
The public are invited to examine Mrs. Welch's
stock, as it embraces many of the finest and most
fasbionuble articles offered for sale in this place,
and at prices to suit the times. liec.U.
CJTRAV COW. Came trespassing on thepre-intr-cs
of th subscriber iu 'Jnion township, a
bout the 6th of December, a red cow supposed to
be abit S years old. The owner is requested to
came forward, prove property, piy charges and
take her away or she will be sld as the law di
dects JOHN BKUBAKEK.
Kockton,D'ec. 14. 1861-pd.
THE undersigned having completed his Photo
graph Gallery, in frhaw's ilow. two doors west of
the Mansion Houso, Clearfield, Pa., is now ready
to wait on those in want of first class portraits.
My arrangements are such as enable me to furn
ish thr.se beautiful productions of '-sun drawing"
in the highest style of the art. Having fitted up
my rooms at considerable expense, with a view
to the comfort and pleasure of my patrons, I hope
by strict attention to business, and a desire to sat-,
i fy those who -call, to merit a liberal share of
public patronage. A good assortment of Gilt,
Kosewood, and mould frames; Albums and an
endless variety of cases on hand, at moderate pri
ces. Particular attention given to copying every
kind of pictures. H. BRIDGE,
September 2, 1S64. Artist.
Instruction in the art of Photography given,
and aparatus furnished at city prices.
j. i nvtoiiis sc CO.,
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, ETC.,
Sell the Cheapest Goods in the County.
J I. Morris it Co.. are just now receiving from the
eastern cities and opening at their store rooms
A SPLENDID LOT
ly -01 Prints and Delaines, very cheap. A
f j lare slock of Brown and Bleached Mus
'S i lins very cheap. Flanels, Linseys, Sat
r -J I tinetts. Jeans. Tweeds, very cheap.
Yankee Notions, a great variety.
FOU THE LADIES,
jThcy have coats .and circulars ; Furs, such
in Trunks and carpet Hags; Wood
and Willow-ware Baskets- Also,
Balmorals for Ladies' & children.
HOODS AND NUBIAS,
H iSontags and comforts, Break fast capes and
j a great variety of Gloves and Hose ; a ! sj
variety of Wool Delaines. French Me
rinos. Coburgs and Alpacas, good
blah SiU, Bonnets and Shawls.
FOR MEN AND BOYS
Tl. l.,.'..lAtli;iv r nil L- i ml j unTisiflt.
tt ing of over-eoats, coats, pants. vest$:
O ' handkerchiefs, cravats, undershirts.
drawers, boots, shoes, hats. caps, and
many other articles of clothing.
Such as Rio. Rye and Laguara coffee; Su
gars, white, brown and ye'.low ; butter,
eggs, lard, cheese, hams, shoulders,
and sides. Sweetpotatoes.dried peas
dried beef, fresh chad, salt fish
and fixtures, buggies, sleighs, carriages,
saddles, bridles, horse collars, trimmed
horse blankets, buffalo robes, sleigh
bells, whips, harness and names,
and a variety of other articles.
in endlesa variety with broad axes, dou
ble bits, rafting and barking axes. Par
lor and cooking stoves and pipe. An
assortment drugs, medicines paints, -oils,
varnishes, dye-stuffs, etc., etc.
writing and letter paper, fancy not and
commercial paper; pens, pencils and
ink ; copy books, elates, ink stands,
fancy and common envelopes, and
many other things in this line.
AND IS FACT
There" is nothing that man or beast con
sumes, but what we keep on nana or can
get for our customers on short notice.
And will sella little cheaper, hay
ing advantages that noothershave.
They invite persons to examine their stock
and hope to give entire satisfaction.
- Lumbermen supplied by tne quaom wim -con.
flour, chop, or any goods in onr lmea: lOper
centoncost. We discount all bills over $10 ten
per cent, for cash. Our Clearfield friends will
please call and see ns when they come to town.
They can find as on theoorner formerly occupied
by John Runk, and nearly opposite the Cotira
House," Main street Dee. 1, ISM:
. . . . : .1- 1.
AGK1CULTUKAL 3IKETIXG. The an
nual meeting of the Clearfield County Agri
cultural Society, will be held at the Court House
in Clearfield, Pa., on Monday evening the 9th dy
of January. ls!5, where all persons interested in
the cause of agriculture, and in the further suc
cess of this society, are invited to attend, as the
election of officers to serve tor one year will then
take place. By order of the President.
Dec. U.lStU. L. F.IRWIN, Sec'y.
MISS E. A. R RYNDER,
Teacher of Piano-Forte. MeloJeon. Cabinet-Organ,
Guitar, Harmony and Vocal Music. Also, sole a
gent for Clearfield county for Chickering A Sons
Piano Fortes, an 1 Mason A Hamlin's Cabinet Or
gans. Rooms fit A Mrs. II. D. IVeJsU.
Music Books, Paper, and S3heet Music constant
ly on hand at the store of Mrs. H. D. Welsh.
Clearfield. Pa., Dec 7, 18li-t.
NEW WATCH & JEWELRY STORE.
The undersigned having located in the bor
ough of Clearfield, (at the shop formerly occupied
by R Welch as a jewelry shop,) is prepared to
do work of all kinds on the most reasonable terms.
The cash will positively be expected when the
work is delivered. " He is confident that he can
not be excelled by any workmen in town orouniy
Come one .' route all to the Hisrn of the Bi Watrh.
April 9.'62-ly-pd. fc. H. LAL'CHLIN.
CARPETINUS Now in store, a large stock
of Velvet, Brussels. Three-Ply and Ingrain
Carpetings, Oil cloths. Window Shades, ect.. eet.,
all of the latest patterns and best fabrics; which
will be sold at the lowest prices for cash.
N. B. Some patterns of my old stock still on
hand ; will be sold at a bargain.
J. T DELACROIX
No. 27 South Second Street. above Chestnut.
March 2 1864. Philabelphia
S. J. MCKEHSO.N
: W.B. MOSELCT
FLEM 0.X.I33-A. ,
NICKEKSON, HARRIS & JIOSELEY,
Manufacturers and "Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 435 Market Street. Philadelphia.
A large assortment of City Made Work oon.tantly
on hand. July 20, 18o4.
13TBLIC VENDUE. The undersigned will
expose to public sale, at his residence in
Boggs township, on Monday, December 20, 1801,
the following described personal property:
Two horse.9, 2 cows, 1 wagon. 1 pair twin sleds,
I pair hay ladders, 1 sleigh rigged for one or two
horses. 1 sping wire-toothed horse rake, ploughs,
harrows, cultivator, fhovel plows, 1 threshing ma
chine, tv'ndmill, cutting box, rakes, forks and
slioveli. 1 wheelbarrow, 1 cider mill, grain cradle,
mowing scythes. 4 scaps of bees. 3 stoves, 1 glass
cupboard. 1 dining and 1 breakfast table, 3 sad
dles, 4 set harness, bedsteads, 1 spinning whcl,
1 stand. 1 large copper kettle, log chains, siug'.e
and doubletrees and many other articles too nu
merous to mention.
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, A. M. Terms
made known on dav of sale.
Doc. 7, 1S64. VjNL L. AVILSQN.
LIS T OF LETTERS remaining in the Post
Office at Clearfield, on Dec. 1st 1SC.4.
Blinzler, Edward Mahood, Alexander
Barrows. H.J . Moore. John C.
Carber, Stephen P Mulikcn, T.P.
Cochran. Joseph W. Marray. Rev. Cha. E. 2
Drake, Morgan, 2 MoCauley, Wm.
Drake. J. G. . McCulley, J.
Edward, George Powl. Peter
Fiddler. Benj. or Read, W. T.
Fields. Win. Read. L. T.
Gibbony, Isaac S. Reaves, Mis Ellen
Kockman. Miss M J. Riohey, Joseph
Ileiget, John Riddle. Wm.
llarrigan. A. C 2 Sailesgiver, Jesse T.
Hoover. H. U. Smith, Miss Mary
Hunter, Win. S. Smith. Lconurd
Jonson, Miss Marg't J. Stunfort, Mrs Melissa
Jordab, James. 2 Sullivan. Timothy
Kincheloe. J. B. Testen, Mrs. Elizabeth
Kitchen, Thomas VT. Wallace. John
Kesigle, John Walii., Miss Ann
Magee. Capt. Robt. B. Wrath, Robert
One cent due on each letter advertifed. Per
sons calling for any of above Jetters. will say they
are adverti.edL M. A. FRANK. P. M.
SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT of the
Clearfield County Bank, November 7, 1S64
Capital stock paid iu, as actual capital
stock. $-58,001 0
Circulation of denomination
of SI. 3 7651 00
Circulation of Si's, 24.315 00
$IO'fi, 16 210 0U 1 -43,170 9
Greatest circulation since last statement
of May 3d. 154. 53.3SS SO
Due bat.ks of this State, 12.0US 11
Amount due depositors, 113.444 61
Total liabilities this day, 23,704 b4
Dividend declared this day including
Statoahd United States Tax 2 9."8 T
;old,S4,i:;9 06; Silver, SI. 103 27, 4.707 3S
Amount of bills discounted, 130 4S7 37
Amount suspended of this, 6.i! 03
Considered bad, uoue. Doubtful none.
Real Kstate, none.
Personal property, 405 79
Undivided profifH. 7.337 11
Amount of Liabilities of Directors. Id. 505 72
Ol which they are indebted as principals, 1,000 00
as endorsers 18.505 62
Liabilities of stockholders i3.817 41
Of which, and as principals, 9.000 84
" as endorsers, 44.847 41
Sworn and subscribed before J.W.Shugart. Esq.,
Nov. 29. 1804 JAS. B. URAHAM,
ClearfieldJ Pa., Dec. 14. 1864. Cashier.
SHERIFF'S SALES. By virtue of sundry
writs of Venditioni Exponas, issued out of the
Court of Common Pless of Clearfield county, and
to me directed, there will be exposed to public sale,
at the Court House in the Borough of Clearfield, on
MONDAY THE 9TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1365.
the following described Real instate, to wit :
A certain tract of laud situate in Graham towa-t-hip.
Clearfield county. Pa , bounded ou the north
by public road leading from Kvlertown to Gra
hamton, on the east by lands of John B. Kyler,
on the south and west by lands of Thompson,
containing ten acres, more or less, having thereon
erected a two story frame house and log barn, and
other improvements. Seized, taken in execution,
and to be sold as the property of Samuel Ulrich.
At.so a certain tract of land situate in Brady
township, Clearfield county. Pa. .containingeighty
acres, adjoining lands of England, Fox A Roberta.
Jacob Hummel and Jacob Shaffer, having about
twenty-five acres cleared, with a small orchard,
a log house and barn erected thereon Seized,
taken in elocution, and to be sold as the proper
ty of John Dosch.
Also a certain tract of land situate in Law.
rence township Clearfield county, Pennsylvania,
containing sixty acres : of which about thirty a
cres are cleared, adjoining lands of Morris If
Wallace, Ellis Irvin. and others; having thereon
erected a two story house, log barn, and other out
buildings, together with a young bearing orchard.
Seized, and taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of Joseph Lansburry.
Also by virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, the
following described Real Estate, to wit:
A certain tiact of land situate in the township
of Peun, in the county of Clearfield, and State of
Pennsylvania. Beginning at a post in the line of
Spencers, thence by lands sold to David Spencer
noith 50 degrees, wett 63 perches to a post, thence
south 40 degrees east 9 parches to a post, thence
north 50 degrees west 34 perches to a chestnut,
thence South 20 degrees east 70 perches along the
line ot Grier Bell to a white oak, thence fcouth 33
degrees east 70 perches to a hickory, thence north.
35 degrees east 30 perches to a chestnut, thence
south 50 degrees east 17 perches to red-oak,
thence by lands of Owens north 371 degrees east
perches to a'hickory, thence north 62 degree
wet 27 perchs to a post, thence 37 degrees east 32
perches to stones, thence north 40 degrees west
105 perches to beginning, containing 85 acres and
the usual allowance, with a two-story fratre white
dwelling house, barn and other out buildings
reeled thereon. Seized, taken in exeention. and
to be sold as the property of Frederick Holloste'r.
ED. PERKS. Sheriff.
heriff Office, Clearfield, Bee 14, 1854.
SALT ! SALT !! SALT !!! A prime arti
cle of ground alum salt, put up in patent
naKi. at (3.25 per mt-c. at the cheap cash store of
XrabT?r: t- MCfKP.
B U Y
i BOYNTON SHOWERS GRAHAM
That's The Place!
BOYNTON. SHOVEhS AND QEaHAM.
Have received their first supply of Seasonable
- ... . rr - 1 -
Goods. which they are nowonenng torsaic
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Their stock consists of a general variety o
Dry-Goods. Groceries, Hard-ware. 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
Sucn as Scarfs, Hoods, Nubias, Sontags, Saeques,
.Mantles, s-bawls, and Hats.. Also the latest
styles of Bonnets, and an assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
now opening, consisting of Plain and Fancy Silks,
Delaines, Alpacas, Ginghams. Ducals. Printa, Me.
rinos, Cashmeres, Plaids. Brilliants. Poplins. -Be-regf.
Lawns Nankins, Linen, Lace. Edgings, Col
erettes. Braids, Belts, Veils, Nets, Corsetts, Nu
bias, Hoods, Coats. Mantels. Balmoral skirts. Ho
siery, Gloves Bonnets. Flowers, Plumes. Ribbons,
Hats. Trimmings, Buttons, Combs. Shawls. Braid,
Muslins, Irish Linens, Cambrics, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Bobinets, Mulls, Linen Handkerchiefs etc.
Of Men's AYear
They have also received a large and well select
ed Stock, consisting ot Cloths, Plain and Fancy
Cassi meres, Cashmerets. Tweeds, Jeans. Cordu
roys, Bever-Teen, Linens, Handkerchiefs, Neck
ties, Hosiery, Gloves, Hats, Caps, Scarfs, etc., eUs."
Ready-MaJe . Clothing
In the latest styles and of the beat material,
consisting of Coats, Pants, Vests, Shawls. Over
coats, Drawers, Cashmere and Linen ShirU, etc.
Of Boots and Shoes,
They have a large assortment for Ladies and Gen
tlemen, consisting of Top Boots, Brogans, Pumps
Gaiters, Balmoral Boots, Slippers, Monroes, etc
Groceries and Provisions
Such as Coffee, Syrups, Sugar. Rice, Crackers,
Vinegar, Candles. Cheese, Flour. Meal. Bacon,
Fittfa. cjarse and fine Salt, Teas, Mustard, etc.
Coal Oil Lamps,
Coal oil, Lamp chimneys, Tinware a great varie
ty, Japanware, Kgg betters, Spice boxes. Wire
Ladels, Sieves, Dusting pans. Lanterns, etc , etc.
Brooms. Brushes. Baskets. Washboards, Buckets,
Tubs, Churns Wall-paper, Cuudle wick. Cotton
yarn and Batting, Work baskeu. Umbrellas, etc.
Augers, Axes, Chisels. Saws. Files, Hammers.
Hatchets. Nils. Spikes. Gri-d stones. Stoneware,
Trunks, Carpet bags, Powder, Shot, Lead, ete.
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 Putty, Flat irons and
Coffee ui:lls. Bed cords anil Bed tcrews. Matches,
Stove blacking, Washing soda aud Soap, etc.
Patent Medicines, Pertumery of various kinds,
Fancy soaps, Oils, Paints. Varnishes, and in faot
every thing usually kept in a first class Store.
They inv ite all persons tocall and examine their
stock, and hope to give entire satisfaction.
BOYNTON, SHOWERS 4 GRAHAM-
Cloarfiold, Pa., Dec. 7th. 1S64.
NEW ST0EE ROOM
.TSTI ISTEW GOODS !!!!
RICHARD MOSS OP,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC OR Y GOODS, tC,
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
The Cheapest Goods
IX TIIE COUXTY.
Read tht following list of goods and profit the rehy.
FOR THE LADIES.
Always on hand a larrestock of La- ,7
cues goous suuu ua vuimrg vioiu, Ootids
Alpacas, De Lainvs, Ginghams,
Prints. Chintz. Rerchiets. Nu-
bies. Bonnets, Gloves, etc.
C7mti! Always on hand Black. Biue. Tlrown Goods
Cheap and Grey Cloths, Fancy and Black 'Gottds
r't.m.tnx Casimeres. Sattinets. Casinets. ifinn.r
Ciie.ap Tweeds, Plain and t ancy est- G00ds
Cheap' ings. Shirting, etc.. etc. etc. Goorls
Chrj) READY-MADE. Gaod
CV.ayjjiiuch as Coats, Pants, Vests, Under-K'OO''
4 1 ...
shirts, and other Flannel shirts, Goods
Boots, Shoes, Hats. Caps, Neck- iools
ties. Gum Loots and Shoes. and Goodt
a variety of other articles. Goods
CiMp Such as Unbleached and Bleached'"
Muslins. Colored Muslins. Linen
and cotton tablecloths. Oil cloth,
Linen and hemp towls. car
pets, curtains, fringe, etc
Cheao " yu want Aaua or spikes. Manure
or other forks, Saw-mill or other Ouads
saws, cmoouiug irons, uucsi,
Hinges, etc.. go to Mossop's
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
O t , T
Cheap-, Knives and forks, Butcher Kuives,
Cheaux fchoe and Stove Mucking. Manilla
and hemp ropes. Ink, Paper or
Pens, Powder, Shot or Lead,
etc., buy tuem at Mossop h.
IF YOU WANT
Shoe Last or Pegs. Palm or Fancy
Quuj. piareu, i Hit taper ur in
dow Shades. Lamps, Lamp tubes
or Wicks, coal oil. etc , go to
Mo6Sop's cheap cash store.
To xrrrr lir a vi.
Good extra family Flour. White or!!. ,!
brown sugar, hams, shoulders or Q0ot
eiucs, cuiiec, iwircriai, xoung nls
Hyson or blacK tea, buy them
at Alossop s cneap lor cash.
IF Y'OU WANT Goods
Tallow candles, fine or coarse U, Goods
Syrup or molasses, cheeso, dried Goods
apples or peaches, water or so- G00ds
do cracKers, call at Mossop's Goo,ls
where yon can buy cheap. G00ds
IP YOU AVANT Goods
Cheap Port wine for Medical or Sacramen-lo
Cheap), tal uses, Sweet wine, old Mouon- G00ds
Chap gahela or rye whisky, Cherry Goods
Cheap and Cognac brandy, buy at Goad
Cheap1! . Mossop's cheap cash etore. '.Goods
Cheap IF YOC WANT 0
CheapR Fi . pruneg or dried Cur-Y.O0i
rante; filberts, cream, pecan or vw f
rround cuts, candies. Liauoriee !
or Liquorice root, buy them
at Mossop's cheap and good.
IF YOU WANT G00ds
To bay any other article cheap, btiQg
fare to go to mossop, 1 or ne sells a0od
person In Clearfield coantv. ,V,.
November 27. 1861. ap27:5S. cr0ods
Approved rsnntry produce of event ktud tekeu at
tie usual market prices in erehangt for r'.
CALTs good artiole, and very eheap at the
FRUIT TREES. The 4ertigne4 a aria
been appointed an agent of tbe "Marietta,
Nursery" in Lanoaster county, wenld respectful
ly inform tbe citizens of Clearfield county, that
he ia nreoared at all times to fill orders for everT
hkind of Fruit Trees, and Shruhberr, at proprie
tors prioes. S. li. I A 1 iatk, Agent.
Curwensville. Pa., Not. 23. 1S64.
Pittsburg Saw "Works.
nUBBAKDS AND LONG,
Manufacturers of Patent Ground Circulars
warranted cast steel saws of every description
Mill, Mu'ay, Cross-cut. Gang aDd all other varie
ties. All kinds of knives and springs made front
sheet cast steel. Extra leaued H caper and Mow
ing knives, Ac Particular attention paid to re.
toothing, gumming and straighteniLg circular
saws ; together with repairing of all kinds. Ware
house and Works, corner of Water and Short
streets, Pittsburg, Pa. April 13, 1664-1 yp.
c. w. hi'rsard : : : : s. p. bbmasd a. loso.
Life Insurance at Home.
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
921 Cumtxot Street, Phil'a.
Insures Lives on favorable terms, and will issue
Policies 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; jr one-half. in cab,
and one-halt' in note. By a supplement to tbe
charter, notes hereafter received will participate
iu all DiviJeuds or Surplus. Scrip certificates np
to January, 1859, inclusive, are now reoeivableln
payment of premiums
Agency, at tbe office of H. B. Swoops. Clear
field, Pa Dr J. G. Hartswick, Medical Exami
ner. August 24, 1864.
1864 osanii opesino of 1864
C. W. & II. Y. SMITH'S,
comprising a general as-ortmeut of
Dry-Gools, Groceries, Queens-ware,
Wooden-ware, Boots and Shoes,
Xotiuns, ie., &c, &c.
Best quality of Prints, Delaines, Mozambique!,
Linen, Poplins, Balzarines, Lavellas, Gingham
check, drilling, ticking and sheeting, shawls,
plain silks, tow lard silks, cassainrres cottonades,
jeans, tweeds, satiiietts, bleached musling (at lest
than city wholesale prices) brown muslins.
HOSIERY, Gloves, Ribbons.Trimmings, But
tons, (in great variety) collars, Telvet ribbon, veils,
headnets, embroidery, braids Jiandkershiefs. la
dies elastic pager., whalebones, bindings, chil
drens', mioses', 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.preservejars Ao.
TUBS, Brooms. Churns, Mops. Buckets. Meas
ures, brushes, combs, wick-?, fancy baskets, bowls,
door-mats, window blinds, cords, tassels, etc., ete
Children?, Misses and Ladies1 morocco boots,
shoes, bal morals, and gaitors.
Great reduction in prices of Fall and
"Winter Goods. .
J. P. KRATZER,
Having purchased a large stock sinc
the late decline in prices, is now en
abled to offer great bargains in
NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS,
Richest printed goods; All wool De
laines ; French Merinos ; Good
Black Silk; Coburgs and Al
pacas; Woolen Shawls;
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Lidics' Mantels ; Furs and Bonneti;
Staple Dry Goods; Millinery - t
Goods; Hosiery and Notions;
Hats and Caps ; Boot3 '
and Shoes ;
Drugs and Groceries; Carpets and oil
cloths ; Household goods gener
erally ; all of which will bo
told at greatly reduced
Clearfield, Oct. 17, 1804.
"BA LLY 'ROTJSD THE COUSIFE. EOYS."
TIIE 2D SERIES
Of Grand Races have commenced oa
the Lumber-City course !
OPEN FOR COMPETITION
Every Jtiy, Sundays excepted.) A prut
for everybody. Apply immediately to
the. proprietors Kitk A Spencert
at their Xeic Ctenp Store,
in Lmn-ber-City, Penn' a.
The fact can be no longer denied the people
have said it. the people know it. and everybody
believes it, that the new store is tbe place to buy
cheap goods, to buy new goods, to buy fashiona
ble goods, to buy any kind of goods you want.
The summer stock, now opening at Kirk Jt Spen
cer's, is the largest, the best assorted acd best
that ever came to the place.
Ladies can find delaines, alpacas, merinos,
easbineres.French and American ginghams. lawns,
plaids, nankins, berege-cambrics. muslins, baimo
ral and hoop skirts, silk and cloth mantles, veils,
edgings, lace, braid, nets, corsets, belts, eollaretts,
hosiery, gloves, ribbons, bonnets. bats, trimmings,
bobinett, mull and awiss muslins, shawls, com ba,
wristlets, linen handkerchiefs, toilet articles, io.
Gentlemen can find coats, pants. Tests, boots,
shoes, bats, caps, collars, neck-ties, suspenders,
shirts, handkerchiefs, perfumery Ac.
Children can find toys in great vaiiety, candies,
It is the place to buy your dry goods ; your gro
ceries, your boots and shoes, hats, eaps and bon
nets; your notions your hardware, scythes, forks.
hove I s, hoes, rakes; your brooms, cedar and wti
low ware; yonr clocks and looking glanses ; yor
stone and queensware ; your flour, fish and baoon ;
yeur glass, putty, paints, oil and varnish ; yonr
nails and spikes ; in tact anything yon want. If
you wish tbe highest cash pi ice for yourproduce,
your butter, eggs, graiu. flax-seed, rags, timber,
boards and shingles, it is tbe place to exchange to
tbe best advantage to yourselves Anyart'ele not
on hand will be ordered on short liotice. Ladies)
wishing bonnets or dress goods can have them at
dered by calling at Kirk A Speneer'e cheap store,
as special arrangements have been made fox that
We do not wish to wound or teriouslvbart any.
body, bat will do our utmost to maintain the rep
station we have won, of belling goods a little
lower than anybody else.
'Kally 'roi-nd tbe counter, boys !" and be eon
rineed of tbe truth'of our assertions.
Lumber-city. June 24. KIRK 4 SPENCEE.
ALA KQ E STOOK OF GLASS, paint, oi't,
white lead, etc.. at E. A. IRVlN'b
T7OVR (t) CO! draught horses for sale by