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CLEARFIELD, PA., JAN. 4, 1SG5.
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Publisher of '-Clearfield Republican."1
Publisher of '-Raftsman's Journal."
Philipsburg Pa., December 20th, 1SIH. )
To the. Citizens of Clear fir-Id Cnunly :
I ivnr.ld most respectfully, yet earnestly, urge
upon you the necessity and importance of furn-l-iiing
the commanding officers of the different
detachments of troops, stationed throughout the
cmiritv. with such information as will lead ta the
arrest" of the non-reporting drafted men of your
j be' United States Government is determined,
through its recognized authorities, to enforce
. ti,p!ianee with the law ; and the quota of Clear-
! i rouiitr, under the call of the President for
: l ii'iO men, must be furnished without further
A supplementary draft to 1511 the deficiency un
i' r tbat quota will be made at Bidgway, Pa., on
,r before the 10th of January. 1 StS-i, an 1 vigor
ously enforced with all the power placed at my
ciDiinand by the Government, unless such meas
ures may be taken by you, in conjunction with
'i e tr.iops. as shall lead to the arrest of those de
linquents who have not complied with the law
ttius obviating the necessity of another draft.
I make this fi'ial appeal, earnestly desiring that
it u, iy be iei-ived favorably by the citiicws of
'lie county, and that it may tend to a more active
find energetic co- pcration. on their part, with
t'io officer of the Unertinient in enforcing obe
dience tu the law. II. S. CAMPBELL.
Capt. nd Pro. Mar. 19th Dist. Pa.
T'iblk Sociktt. The Clearfield County
lmie Society will hold its annual election
f "i- f.fiiwrs, for tlie erisuins year, in the
''iurt Uou.-i; o:i Wednesday evening, Janu
ary 11 ih. liy order of the President,
jtinl. Gfo. W. Kiiekm, Sec'y.
It is said, that er:ons visiting the store
of J. I. 3Jonisv- Co., Philipsburg, Ph., go
away exc-Liiiiiiug, as did the Queen of Sheha
hcn s-he visited the Tt tuple of Solomon,
'"The half has never been told me." They
can t eat the world for variety aud cheap
ness of yoodd. . jan4.
X tiok. Persons knowing theinseh'es in-ilelte-i
to the undersigned, for Street Tax,
in the IJorough of Clearfield, for the year
1m'4, will take notice that they are request
ed to make pay ment, at his oftiec, on or be
fore Saturday the 15th instant, or the sauie
will be collected by process of law.
Wm. M. M'Ci'LLoroii,
Col. of Tax for Clearfield Bor.
Tuf. Pittsburg Chronicle. The edi
tors of the Chroniih have favored us with
th'jir "Pally" during the past two weeks ;
and, we would say to those in want of a
japer from the "smoky city," that the
i'brniiidr is a most excellent one indeed,
v.- believe it to be equal to, if it docs not
excel, any other Daily in Western Pennsyl
vania. It is an 'Kvenitig' paper, and gives
the latest and most reliable telegraphic news
from all parts of the country.
Out Borough Its Qcota. By refer
ence to the President's proclamation, pub
lished in another column, it will be seen that
u'hm volunteers are called for; and, if
Miat number of men arc not made up Ik lore
the J 5th day of February, ISoa, then, on
-hut day. a draft will Ix; ma le for any exist
in? d-Scsency. Then, the question arise :
'Will Clearfield borough make up its quota.
rare we to be subjected to a draft? We
"Wrve that other localities are already at
" irk. The citizens of Lumber-city sub-district,
in this county, are going to work in
tw;i t. They have already issued bonds,
'tp'-'ti which they intend to negotiate a loan,
t pay a liberal bounty to volunteers, and
thus fill up their quota at once. Why
ihoulj not Clearfield borough, and the oth
f r sub-di-tricts, do the same?
We hope that an immediate effort will be
r'iale to fill up our quota. One year ago,
w ureed the necessity of filling up our quo
ta of the then existing call for volunteers ;
no doubt, all will recollect the tardiness
T;th which our people and county officials
uoved in the matter, and the consequent
iar?fly increased bouuties that had to be of
"eltbr volunteers, and the difficulty expe
fcaeed in obtaining them. Is the same de
'? to be experienced now, and are we again
10 be subjected to additional expense for
ant of a united effort leing mads at the
Elected. The following are the officers
of the Clearfield and Cui weusville Turnpike
Company, elected on December 31st, to wit :
J. 13. Graham, President; James WrLjley,
Treasurer; A. K. Wright, G. L. Reed, A.
Addlewan, IJ. Hartshorn, and J. T. Leo
nard, Managers. That portion of the road
between this place and Cuiweusville. under
the care of these officers, is generally in
good condition : but that part which lies in
Lawrence township, and in charge of the su
pervisors, is mostly one of the worst pieces
of road in the county. If the township au
thorities cannot keep it in good repair, they
i-diould give it in care of the above officers.
A. Arrest and IIkscte. A correspon
dent informs us that, on the loth December,
two Deputy Mar.-huls arrested two deserters
near Troutviile, Clearfield county, and start
ed iu the direction of Brookville with them.
The news of the arrest coming immediately
to the cars of a liCop," he at once started
to inform the "faithful" of the mishap to
their two brothers, and soon about '20 of the
"gang' were ready, with rifles on their shoul
ders, and started in pursuit of thy Mar-dials
overtaking them where the Punxsutawney
and Brookville roads diverge. The Mar
shals seeing they were outnumbered, ten to
one, were compelled to relinquish their pris
oner:; which they did without much hesi
tancy. The rescuers and rescued then re
turned towards Troutviile, yelling and hur
rahing and laughing over their sueeess in
driving off the oifieers of the law without
their prisoners. No doubt they, who viola
ted the laws of their cc untry by preventing
the officers from discharging their duty, may
have thought it sport at tbe time, but, if
we are correctly informed, fourteen of them
have learned ere this, that, instead of
their deed being a matter for rejoicing it
.should have been an occasion of serious re
flection they have been arrested by the
military force now in this county, and will,
no doubt, be sent to Harrisburg to await a
hearing before a military com mission.
A New Bank. A new Bank, to be
called the "The First National Bank of
Clearfield." has lately been allowed by the
Conptrollor of the Currency, to be located
here. It is already organized, and will be
ready for business in a few days. Jona
than Bovnton, Esq. is President, and A.
C. Finnfv, Cashier. The capital is one
hundred thousand dollars, with the privilege
of increasing it to two hundred thousand.
It will hold, as security for its circulation,
gold-bearing Ixmds, and, having a large cap
ital, will be able to accomodate the wants of
The banking business of ClearSeld coun
ty averages annually about one and a half
millions of dollars. Hitherto it has been
lone principally by the Phihide'plTia and
Camden banks, and the country banks
along the river, from Lockhaven to Port
Deposit. There is no reason why it should
not be done at home There is ample
business for three hanks,' and all of these
can be made profitable and safe institutions.
The national system of banking on Govern
ment lionds, is being generally adopted, and
very few btate banks are left. All will soon
be compelled to change into National Banks,
when we shall have a uniform currency all
over the land, baseePn sound and ample
Captain Holden. Capjaiu Wm. IIoI
den of Company B, 14'Jth Pa. Lobdied on
Sunday morning last at, the resi'jpitcof his
father, near Curwensville, in tW-unty.
Since the battle on the Welden littJKtad,
the last in which he participated, Ui's health
had been very much impaired. At the trine
of his death. he was home on furlough. II
was hurried on Moitday.at Curwensville with
the honors of war. The religious service
were conducted by the Be v. L. M. Gard
ner, who preached from the text, "Greater
love hath no man than this, that a man lay
down his life for his friends." Johu xv : 13.
The sermon was eloquent and appropriate,
as were all the services. The concourse of
people was immense. The military were
under the command of Capt. Carpenter
of the Veteran Reserve Corps. Col. John
Iuvin of the 14'Jth was pre-ent and acted
a.? one of the Pall-bearers.
Capt. Holden was a brave and gallant of
ficer. Quiet and retiring, with no adventi
tious circumstance-' to procure him position,
he won his promotion by his soldierly qual
ities his courage, gallautry, and capacity,
lie had served nearly three years, and had
participated- in all the great struggles in
which the army of the Potomac had been
engaged during that period. He enjoyed
the respect of his men, and the confidence
of his officer. In hisd eath the Govern
ment has lost a faithful and gallant officer
the community a good citizen, and his im
mediate relatives, a dutiful son ai.d affec
tionate brother. Green be his memory-
On January 4th, by the Rev. Wright, Mr.
Edward A. Graham to Miss Frances G.
Moore, both of Clearfield Borough.
The above notice was accompanied by. a
liberal share of the wedding cake, for which
we tender our thanks to the happy couple
hoping they may have a very joyous,
prosperous, and delightful journey through
this world, and enjoy t lie peace promised to
the righteou- when they come to life's end.
On Sunday evenins, January 1st, by D.
Moore. Eq., Mr.WM. M. Mayes of Fer
guson tp., Centre co., to Miss. Eliza .
Wa ll. of Penn t p. , Clea rfiel J co.
At Philipsburg, Pa., on December 2Sth,
by A. A. Bradint Esq., Mr. Wm H. Stott
to Miss Kmma H. J3ush3 both of Clearfield
Obituary notices, not over Jive linet, inserted free
of charge ; All over Jive lines, at ten eeutsper line.
ri' " , . 1 . " Mb. . .1 7..
liwcasii musi accompany itu, iiouce. iuvin iiujiy .
In Penn township, on December 11th,
John K. Martin, son of Thomas M. and
Budget Martin, in the 3oth year or his age.
On Thursday morning, December '2-d,
Eveline H. wife of Wm. L. Rishel of Law
rence township, in the 3yth year of her age.
She was a member of the .Lutheran church,
and died in the hope of a blessed immortal
ity beyond the confines of this world.
List of Jurors for January Term, 1865.
Grand Jurors. Beccaria ; G. W. Dil
lon, 1. Bradiff, J. S. Gallahcr. Brady ; M.
Shugart. Burnside: W. Gooderman, John
Altord. Chest; ll. Hummel, F. Fraley, L.
Killian, G. S. Tozer. Clearfield : Lar, R.
Merrell, A. C. Finney, II. W. Park. Cov
ington ; Dr. J. W. Potter. Ferguson : T.
Henry. Graham; F. Wilhelm. Huston;
C.'Brown. Jordan ; Edw. Comfort. Law
rence ; Jos. Watson. Lumber-city ; Amos
Hi!e. Morris; Robert Brown. Pike; Pe
ter Hoover. Union ; B. F.' llarley.
Traverse Jurors. Beccaria; S. Kirk,
R. Cowan. Bell; R. Mehaffey. Bloom; E
Luther, G. P. Bloom. Boggs ; S. Robison.
Bradford ; Robt. Livingston, J. E. Barger.
Brady ; J. Brooks. E. Lines, I). Eshenfelt
er, G. Pentz. R. II. Moore. Burnstde; H.
Eisenhower. J. Nell'. Chest ; Jona. Fry, P.
l'entico. Clearfield ; II. Stone, J. M' Bride,
J. C. Wliitehill, F. Short. Cuiwensville ;
W. Bard. Win. M' Bride, C. Bloom. Cov
ington ; W. Schnarrs, Joab Rider. Deva
tur; E. Reese. Ferguson; J. Rowles, 1).
Read. G irard , D. Si.ackman. Goshen : J.
Fle-al. Graham; T. M. Leonard. J. W.
Turner, J. II. Steward. Jordan: D. Me
Geehan. Lawrence; R. Porter, W. S pack
man. J. Dougherty. D. Welch. I. Swales, J.
J. Reed. Lumber-city; II. Davis. Pike;
James A. Bloom, G. B. Caldwell. Penn ;
Wm. P. Heck. J. Douchman. Woodward ;
II. J. Casran, J. Lockett.
Skponi) Week. Beccaria : J. II. Ilegar
t Bell; J. Davidson, E. Wetzel. Brad
ford ; E. Williams, W. S. Taylor. J. Stew
art, J. Shirev, Isaac Wilson. Brady: M.
Broon, A. Miles. W. T. Hamilton. D. Kish
el. Che.it; L. Boland, L. J. Hurd. Clear
field; D. Connelly, J. Cooper, E. W. Gra
ham, J. H. liilbuin, J. Carr. Covington;
C.Brown. Decatur: II. Post. G Lord: A
Irwin. Goshen . J. Munce. Guelich;W.
It. Whiteside. Jordan: Lafete Bloom. H.
Straw. Karrhans; T. Michaels. Lumber
city; Anih. Hile. .Morris: R. Dougherty,
G. Beams. Penn; P M'Mahan, J. John
son. Pike: J. Boss Bloom. Union; Jos.
ScofielJ. Woodward ; J. Bowles.
LEATIIEU an nssottmorit for sale bv
December 14. 184. Clearfield. Pa.
tJTK.W STEIUS-Catiie trespassing on the
lO premises of tuo subscriber in Guclich town
ship, about the middle of July, a stray steer sup
posed to be about 2 years old. Tbe owner is re
quested to come forward, piove property, pay char
ires and taice biui away, or he will be sold as the
law directs. JOHN BEYEil.
Decomber 20th, 1361.
NOTICE. The Stockholders of the First Na
tional Bank of Curwensville, will meet at
their Banking Hou.-e in the Borough of Curwens
ville. on Tuesday the Kith day of January, 18'j5.
between the hours of 10 and i o'clock of said
day. foTthe purpose of electing nine directors to
s-jrve the ensuing year. SAMUEL ARNOLD,
December luth. ls;4. Cashier
CLEARFIELD ACADEMY. D. W. Mc
Curdy, A. 15.. Principal. The next quarter
will open on Monday, the :th of December, IStH
TEUWS OF TClTiOX AS FOLLOWS :
Common English, comprising the branches not
higher than Reading. Writing. Arithmetic,
Geography. English tiriimmar and History, per
quarter. S 6 00
Higher English branches, 7 50
fflO THE ASSESSORS OF CLEAUFIELD
X COI NTY. Dy directions of Inspector Gen
eral Todd, you are hereby notified, to make com
plete and forthwith return to thid office, your lists
cf enrollments and classifications of the militia
men of the county in accordance with tha precepts
in your several duplicates It is desired tuat the
same be completed during this month.
WM S. BUADLEY, Clerk.
Oomm'rs Office. Nov. 23, 1WH.
VI) M 1 M ST It A TOR'S N OT I C E Letters
oi Administration ou the estate of James
Curley, late of Penn township. Clearfield Co., IV.
deceased, having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, und those having
claims again-t the same will present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
D. II. PAITLIIAMUS.
December 7, 136-1. Administrator.
DISSOLUTION" OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing between
the subscribers, in the hanking business ai Leon
ard, Finney J: Co., is this day dissolved by mctu
ul coucent. The books pupers and tissests ara left
in the bands of James T Leonard at the oCiee of
the firm, and nil chains due to and by tLe crm
will be there settled by him. All over-due paper
must be forthwith settled. JAS. T. LKONAKD
A. C. FINNEY,
Dec. 20th. 1S64. V. A. WALLACE
Tbe business is to bo continued by Jas. T. Leon
ard, as Leonard fc Co.
REGISTER'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby
given, that the following accounts have been
examined and passed by me, and remain filed of
record in- this office for the inspection of heirs,
legatees.creditors.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 Cfr House, in the Borough of Clearfield,
commencing on the 2d Monday of January, 1S65.
Fnal account of John Eorabaugh, Adnvr, and
Mary Durgunder, Adm'x. of all aBd singular the
good's anp chattels, rights and credits which were
of John Burgunder, late of Burnside township,
Ciearfield county, deceasdd.
Final account ot Elias Rishel, Administrator of
all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and
crekits, which were of Philip Kriner, late of Bra
dy tp. Clearfield county, dee'd.
Final account ot Valentine Flegal, surviving
Adm rs of David Flegal, dee'd.
Final account of Cyronus Howe, Administrator
of Mary Smeal. Adm'rx of all and singular the
goods and chattels, rights and credits, which were
of l'eter Smeal, late of Decatur township, Clear
field county, deceased.
Final account of Mary Lydick, Admrtofall
and singular the goods and chattels, rights and
credits,which were of John Lydick, late of
township, Clearfield county, dee d.
The account of Wm Hoover, Adm r of John
Shirey, late of Bradford tp , deod.
The account of Euieline Owens. Adm rx, and
Anthony Hile, Adin'r of all and singular the goods
and chattels, right and credits, which were of
Thomas Owens, late of Penn township, Clearfield
county deceased. .... .. ,
The account of John M. Seyler. guardian of
Frederick Pentz minor child of John PenU, late
of Brady township, deceased. . .
The account of James'A. Campbell. Adminis
trator of all and singular the goods and chattels,
right and credits, which were of George loucg,
late of Bell tp.. Clearfield co.. deo'd
Thii final account of A. C. Tate, guardian of Sa
rah Jane Hess, minor child of Abraham Hew, jr..
late of Boggs township, dee'd.
IoAIAII G. BARCtER, Ketfiter
B.fgister'1 Office, Pec. 7.le4!
STRAY COW Came trespassing on the pre
mises of the subscriber, in Bogg9 township, -bout
the first day of July last, a dark brown cow,
white face, and about 10 years old. The owner
is requested to come forward , prove property. p"y
charges and take her away, or she will be dispos
ed of according to law. EDM. ALBERT. .
Boggs tp., Dec. 14. lS64-pd.
O! FOR TIIE HOLIDAYS!
Mrs. H. D. Welch
Has received, and offers to purchasers, a large
stock of Woolen Goods, of superior quality,
consisting in part of
Turbans, Net lloo.b,
Nubias, Nubia IIools,
- Scarfs, Breakfast Capes,
In her stock of Millinery Goods will be found
Dress Caps, Head Dresses,
Flowers, . Plumes,
Nets, &.c, &c.
Also, Bugle Trimming, Ribbon. Drrss and Velvet
Trimmings, Buttons, Buckles, Ac.
COLLARS, GLOYES, k HOSIERY.
Bead?, Zephyr, Thrrail,
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.
CIIILDRENS' TOYS, SUCH AS
Ivory, Lava -sn are,
Tin, and Iron.
Fancy Soaps, Hoop Skirts, Skirt Supporters, Wil
low Baskets, and a large variety of other
Fancy and Staple articles, suitable for
this season of tbe year.
The public are invited to examine Mrs. Welch's
stock, as it embraces many of the finest and most
fu-sbiontibie articles offered for sale in this place,
and at prices to suit the times. Dec. 14.
MISS E. A. T. RYNDEIJ,
Teacher of Piano-Forte. Melodeon. Cabinet-Organ,
(Juitar. Harmony and Vocal Music. Also, sole a
gent for Clearfield county for Chiekering & Sons
Piano Fortes, and Mason t Hamlin's Cabinet Or
gans. tioom with Mrs. II. J). IlWvi.
Music I5ook8, Paper, and Sheet Music constant
ly on hand at the store of Mrs. II. D. Welsh.
Clearfield. Pa., Dec 7. 1SK4.
THE undersigned having completed his Photo
graph liallery. in Shaw's Kow. two doors west of
the Mansion House, Clearfield, Pa., is now ready
to wait on those iu want of first class portraits.
My arrangements are such as enable me to furn
ish these 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
isfy those who call, to merit a liberal gbare of
public patronage. A good assortment of Gilt,
Rosewood, and mould frames; Albums and an
endless variety of cases en hand, at moderate pri
ces. Particular attention given to copying every
kind of pictures. II. BRIDGE,
September 2, 1S61. Artist.
Instruction in the art of Photography given,
and aparatus furnished at city prices.
j. i. ivloi:r.is es go.,
DEAL F.H.S IV
Sell the Cheapest Goods in the Courty.
J I. Morris fc Co.. are just now receiving from the
eastern cities and opening at their store rooms
A SPLENDID LOT 3
T-r Ot Prints and ielaines. very cheap. A
r I large stock of Crown and Bleached Mus- ; r-j
j ins very cheap. 1 Iunels, Moseys, at-
tinrt Jnans Twndi. vorv chean.
- - " . - - tf
' " n lr 00 "Vnf i .ww 11 irr 'if varinf v.
FOR THE "LADIES,
They have coats and circulars; Furs, such
us Muffs, Capes and Victorias; Travel
ing Trunks and carpet Bags; Wood
ami Willow-ware Baskets- Also,
Balmorals for Ladies A children.
HOODS AND NUBIAS,
Sontags and comforts. Breakfast capes and
a great variety ot wloves and Hose ; a
variety of Wool Delaines. Frcuch Me
rinos. Coburgs and Alpacas. j;od
blach Silx, Bonnets and Shawls.
FCR MEN AND BOYS
They have clothing of all. kinds, consist
ing of over-coats, coats, pants, vesti.
handkerchiefs, cravats, undershirts,
drawers, boots, shoes, hats. caps, and
many other articles of clothing.
Such as Rio. Rye and Lag uara coffee ; Su
gars, white, brown ana ye:iow; ouuer.
eggs, lard, cheese, hams, shoulders,
and sides. Sweet potafnes.dricd peas
dried beef, fresh shad, alt fish
and fixtures, buggies, sleighs, carriages.
saddles, bridles, horse collars, trimmed
horse blankets, buffalo robes, sleigh
bell, whips, harness and hames,
and a variety of other articles.
in endless variety with broad axes, dou
ble bits, rafting aud barking axes. 1'ar
lor and cooking stoves and pipe. An
assortment druffv medicines paints,
oils, varnishes, dye-stuffs, etc., etc.
writing- and letter paper, fancy note and:
commercial paper; pens, pencils and '
ink ; copy books, slates, ink stands, i
fancy and common envelopes, and j
many other things in this line.- !
AND IN FACT
There is nothing that man or beast con-'
sumes. but what we keep on hand or can '
get for our customers on short notice, j
And will sell a little cheaper, hav-
ing advantages that noothers have. 13
They inr'te persons to examine their stock
and hope to give entire satisfaction. . H
Lumbermen supplied bv the quantity with ba
con, flour, chop, or any goods in our Hue a' 10 per
cent on cost. We discount all bills over $10 ten
per cent, for cash Our Clearfield friends will
please call and see us when they come to town.
They can find its on the corner formerly occupied
by John Rank, and nearly opposite the "Conrad
House," Main street. De. 14, 1864.
f. j. minus. : : : j. w. ikbri3. : : : J- b. waiso.v.
AGRICULTURAL MEETING. 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 day
of Janunry. lNj, 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 for one year will then
take place. By order of the President.
Dec. 14, 1S64. L. F. IRWIN, Sec'y
jVEW WATCH & J EWELRY STORE.
1 The undersigeed having located in the bor
ough of Clearfield, (at the shop formerly occupied
by R Welch rs 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 exceUed by any workmen in town orcounty.
Come one .' come all to the Sisrn of the 1M-j Weitch
April 9,'62-ly-pd. S. II. LAVCHLIN.
CAKPETINOS Now in store, a lar 'e stock
of Velvet. Brussels. Three-Ply and Ingrain
Carpeting. Oil cloths. Window Shades, ect.. ect.,
all of the latest patterns and best fabrics; which
will be sold at the lowest prices for cash.
X. B. Some patterns, of my old stock still on
hand ; will be sold at a bargain.
J. T DKLAC.OIX
Ko. 27 South Second Street. above Chestnut.
March 2 IS61. Philadelphia
MCKERSON, HARRIS 4 3IOSELEV,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Xo. 4-15 Market Street. Philadelphia.
A large assortment of City Made Work constantly
on hand. July 20, lsti-l.
CLEARFIELD NURSERY. ENCOUR
AllE IIOMK INDUSTRY. The undersigned
having established a Nursery, on tbe Pike, about
halfway between Curwensville and Clearfield
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kinds of Fruit
trees. (Standard and dwarf.) Evergreens, rub
bery, (irnpe Vines, Gooseberry, Law ton Black
berry, Strawberry and Raspberry vines. Also,
Sibrian Crab trees, Quince and early Scarlet Rheu
barb, Ac. Orders promptly attended 'o. Address
Aug 31,1864. J,D. WRIGHT, Curwensville,
f I CENSE NOTICE The following named
i persons have filed in the office of the clerk of
the court of Quarter Sessions of Clearfield county
their Pe'itious for License at the January Session
A. D. 1 Via. agreeably to the Act of As--mbly of
March 2sth, lsj.'i. entitled -An Act to regulate
the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors, -i etc.
Covington t jwnship.
Mrs Isaac Bloom,
J V. llccd.
Georg-3 N. Oolburn,
II II Kephart,
Augusta Leconte. Girard township.
D. F. KTZWLILLR. Clerk.
Clearfield. Pa., Dec. 21. 1864.
E0! FOR IRWIN'S.
SECOND SUPPLY OF
JUST RECEIVED AT
WILLIAM F. IRWIN'S STORE,
OS MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD, F" A.
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
ARE TO BE HAD AT TIIE
CHEAP CASH STORE.
The undersigned has just received from the East
ern cities a lnrge and well selected stock of the
most seasonable goods, which he can dispose of at
tha reasonable prices. His friends and custom
ers are invited to examine his stock of goods, and
a.-cer..i:ii the prices before purchaf ir.g elsewhere
as he leels persuaded none undersell him. Hi
stock embraces a well selected assortment of
DRY-GOODS AND NOTIONS,
an o c e ii iks,
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS AND GLASS,
BOOTS. SHOES. HATS AND CAPS,
BUCKETS AND BASKETS,
Scliool Books and Stationary,
. NAILS AND SALT,
And a great variety of other useful nrticles, all
which will- be sold cheap for cash, or ex
changed fur approved produce.
Go to the '-cheap cash store" if you want to buy
goods at fair prices.
Dec. 2i. 1854. WM. F. IRWIN.
QHEKIFFS SALES. By virtue of sundry
writs of I raulit imii S.rfttai. issued outof the
Court of Common Pleas of Clearfield county, and
to me directed, there will be exposed tn public sale,
at the Court House in the Borough of Clearfield, on
MONDAY THE 9TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1865.
the following described Real Estate, to wit :
A certain tract of land situate in Graham town
ship. Clearfield county, Pa , bounded on tbe north
by public road leading from Kylcrtown to Gra
hamton. on the east by lands of John B. Kyler,
on the south and west by lands of Thompson,
conrttinsng 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 l.'lrich.
Also a certain tract of land situate in Brady
township, Clearfield county, Pa., containing eighty
acres, adjoining lands of England, Fox fc Robert.
Jacvli Hummel and Jacob Shaffer, having about
tenty-Sve acres cleared, with a small orchard,
a log house and barn erected thereon. Seized,
taken in execution, and to be sold as the proper
ty of John Dosch.
Also a certain tract of land situate in Law
rer.ee township Clearfield county, Pennsylvania,
containing sixty acres : of which about thirty a
creg are cleared, adjoining lands of Morris F
Wallace, Ellis Irvin. and others; having toereon
erected a two story house, log barn, and other out
buildings, together with ayoung bearing orchard.
Seized, and taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of Jo.-eph Lansburry.
Also by virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, the
following described Real F'state. to wit:
A certain tiact of land situate in the township
of Penn.-in the county f Clearfield, and State of
Pennsylvania. Beginning at a pi-st in the line of
Spencers, thence by lands sold to David Spencer
north 50 degrees, west (S perches to a post, thence
south 40 degrees cast 9 parches to a post, thence
north 50 degrees west 31 perches to a chestnu.t,
tbencc -South 20 degrees east 76 perches along the
line ot Gricr Bell to a white oak. thence south '.13
degrees east 70 prches to a hickory, thence north
,'i5 degrees east 31 perches to a chestnut, thence
south 50 degrees ea3t 17 perches to a red-oak,
thence by lands of Owens north 371 degrees east
2s perches to a hickory, thence north bl degrees
west 27 perchs to a post, thence 37 degrees east 22
perches to stones, thence north 40 degrees west
105 perches to beginning, containing 85 acres and
tbe usual allowance, with a two-story fratre white
dwelling house, barn and other out buildings e
rccted thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and
to be sold as the property of Frederick Holloster.
ED. PERKS, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, Clearfield, Dee 14, 1S64.
DALT! SALT!! SALT !!! A prime rti-
, r-i cie ui rvHDU slum kuii. put u iu aLcuv ;
j gaKs. at $3.25 per aacK, at the cheap cash store of ,
1 fCs.namHor 97 R MOSSOP.
BOYNTON SHOWERS GRAHAM
That's The Place!
BOYNTON, SHOWERS AND GRAHAM.
Hare received their first snprdy of Seaionable
Goods, which they are now offering forsale atthe .
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Their stock consists of a general variety Ot
Dry-Goods. Groceries, Hard-wart. Queens-ware,
Tin-ware, Willow-ware. Wooden-ware, Provisions,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, and Clothing, A a.
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, Sacques,
Mantles, Shawls, 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, Prints. Me
rinos. Cashmeres, Plaids. Brilliants. Poplins, Be-reg-.
Lawns Nankins. Linen, Lace. Edgings, Col
erettes. Braids. Belts, Veils, Nets, Oorsetts, Nu
bias, Hoods, Coats. Mantels. Balmoral skirts. Ho
siery, tiloves. Bonnets. Flowers, Plumes. Ribbons,
Hats. Trimmings. Buttons, Combs. Shawls, Braid,
Muslins, Irish Linens, Cambrics. Victoria Lawus,
Swiss, Bobiiiets, 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
Cassimeres. Oa.hinerets. Tweeds. Joans. Cordu
roys, Bcver-Teen, Linens. Handkerchiefs. Neck
ties. Hosiery, Gloves, Hats, Cups, Scarfs, etc., etc.
In the latest styles and of the best material,
consisting of Coats, Pants. Vests. Shawls. Over
coals. Drawers, Cashmere and Linen Sh'rts, etc.
Of Roots and Shoes,
They hve a large assortment for Ladies and Gen
tiemen. consisting of Top Boots. Brogans. Pumps
Gaiters, Balmoral Boots, Slippers, Monroes, etc
Gnsfcrii'! anl Provisions
Such as 'Coffee. Syrups. Sugar, Rice. Crackers,
Vinegar, Can lies." Cheese, i'loar. Meal. B.-.eon,
Fish, coarse and fine Salt, Teas, Mustard, etc.
Coal Oil Lamps,
Coal oil. Lamp chimneys. Tinware a great varie
ty. Japanware. Egg betters Spieo boxes, Wire
Ladels, Sieves, Dusiing pans, Lanterns, etc , etc.
Brooms. Brashes. 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, etc.
Writing and Letter paper. Fancy note and com
mercial paper, pens, pencils and ink. copy books,
slatca. ink stands, fancy and common envelopes.
Shoe Findings, Glass and Putty, Flat irons and
Coffee mills. Bed cords aud 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 examine their
stock, and hope to give entire satisfaction.
BOYNTON. SHOWERS 4 GRAHAM-
Clcarfiald, Pa., Dec. 7ih. 1864.
NEW STORE ROOM
J.1ZJD NEW GOODS !!!!
RICHARD M OS SOP,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. fcC,
MABKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, V.
The Cheapest Goods
IX THE COUNTY.
lead the, folloiinlisl of good a)ld profit therehy.'
Cheap, Yfja XHg LADIES. '.(f.0d,;
Liiriipi,, . , , . , - x Aioodt
C'AeaJ. A'w'ys " band " lar,f el8,0ck " t'-Good
fi. .. dies goods such as Coburg Cloth, !,.,.
Cer A Prints, Chintz. Kerchiefs. u- -Cheai
liics. Bonnets, i loves, etc. '
CheJl FOK GENTLEMEN',
Cheap Always on hand Black, Blue. Brown
Cheap', and Grey Cloths. Fancyand Black
Cheop - Casiineres. oattinets. Ciissmets,
Chcnp Tweeds. Plain and Fancy Vest
CheaiA ings. Shirting, etc.. etc. etc
Cheap KKADY-MADE, Good
Cheap Such as Coats, Pants. Vests, Under-Goods-
Cheup shirts, and other Flannel shirts, Goods.
Cheap- Buots, Shoes. Hats, Caps. Neck- Goods,.
Cheap ties. (i um Bootsand Shoes. and Good
Chej-tp- a variety of other articles. Good
Cheajt iini-vfltOT rn:fMi Guods
UJ"1 such as Unbleached and Bleached Good
Muslins. Colored Muslins. Linen lZ,,
- and cotton tablecloths. Oil cloth, .
Linen and hemp towls. car- !-'""
pets, curtains, fringe, etc 'Coos'
11 A UJJ W A it t,, AC '.(-;!
Ckftv If yn want Nails or spikes. Manure (0od-
rv,v.i! or otner torus, raw-tnill or otlier (i,.j.
Cheap 8aws' aniooinmg irons. JLocks, Goods
Chepl Jiinges, etc.. go to iiossop a Goods
Chet,p where you can buy cheap. kW
Cheap IF YOU WANT Goods
Chrap-Knives and forks. Butcher Knives, 'Goods
Chtnp Shoe and Stove blacking. Manilla Goods
Cheap, and hemp ropes, Inkr Paper or Goods
Cheap, Pens. Powder, Shot or Lead, Good
Cheap etc.. buy them at Mowu.p l. Goodi
Cheap'. if YOU WANT Goods
Cheap shoe Last or Pegs. Palm or Fancy Goods
Cheap; oan. Starch, all Paper or Win- Goods
eapt jowMiades. Lamps, Lamp tubes
Chrnp or Wicks, coal oil, etc , to
Chenp Mosfeop's ch'eap cash store.
Ch'cp IP YOU WANT
Good extra family Flour, White rgV
vuj.p jjrown g0jar. hams, shoulders or ' ' f
Y,rl, sides, coffee; Imperial, Young
CheZ' yeon or bIarit tc the,Q Good
Cheap at Mu9P'8 cbeaP for can- Goods
Cheap IF YOU WANT Goods
C7(A7; Tallow candles, fine or coarse ta.t,Goods
Ciieap'1 t-yrup or mol.wes. cheese, dried Goods
Cheap- apples or peaches, water or so
Cheapi do cracKers, call at Moseop'a
Cheap where you can buy cheap.
Cheap IF YOU W ANT
Cheap Port wine for Medical oy Sarramen
Cheap tal uses. Swet wine, old Monon
Cheap gahela or rye wb-isicy, Cherry
Cheap and Cognac brandy, buy at
Chestpi Mossop's cheap cash store.
Chea-o; m vnn w 4 VT
Raisens, Figs, Prunes or dried Cur- Goods
t", y rants; filherts, cram. pecan or
yheap, groun(j nuts, candies. Liquorice
Cheap or iiqU0rtce root, buy them
Cheapo at Mossop'scheap and good.
?,iTfj IF Y'OU WANT
Chesiv J0 buy a? other rticle cheap, be Goods
Cheap! "" lu ft" uvp, im uikiii ''roods
C7fp!cheaPer for cash than an other 'Goods
Cheav person in Clearfield county. 'Goods
Cheap November 27. 1861. ap27'59. Goods
Approved etuntry prod tie of emery fond taken at
the usual market prices in exchange for goods.
AI.T a good article, and very eheap at ch
t tore ot it M. r iAVtiix, wears..
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