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CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 8, 1S63.
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.Publisher of '-Clearfield Republican."
S. J. ROW,
Publisher of '-Raftsman's Journal."
Lost a largo brass key, oa Tuesday c
vening. The finder will be liberally rewar
ded, on leaving it at this office.
Fill vouk Quota. We. Lave been re
quested to state, that M. A. Frank, Esq,
will attend to filling the quotas of several
townships, if Application is made xn. For
further information apply to John M. Ad
ams. Errata. Several typographical errors
occurred in the receipts and expenditure.--,
ast week the corrections have been made.
An omission abo occurred in the notice of
the sale of lands of ITurds heirs. hich has
been supplied. ' -
First National Bank. By reference
to our advertising columns the reader will
find the certificate, authorizing the "First
National Bank of Clearfield." We will also
htate, for the benefit of the public, that the
Bank is now open and doing business in the
office heretofore occupied by J. B. McEn.il-
The Weather and Roads. Several
days, last week, the sun shone quite warm
in this region, and the snow melted suffi
cient to make the roads quite si u.hy; but
since then we have had hard freezing, and
now the roads arc again in the best of con
dition for sledding and hauling. On yester
day (Tuesday) snow began to fall, and this
morning it measures seven inches in depth.
Unprecedented Blackguardism. For
pome time the citizens living near the cen
tre of our Borough, have been annoyed by a
species of blackguardism, that should be
speedily and promptly abated. Some large
boys, who begin to think themselves men,
are in the habit ot congregating together,
and pretending to firli during which they
curse and swear and howl in a manner tha
could, perhaps, only be excelled by the
fiends in the infernal regions. Such con-
uuct is oenearn mac or a numan being, no
matter how degraded a position he may oc
cupy. If the parents of these boys, eoub
only hear for themselves these imitations of
pandemonium, they would hide themselves
fr very shame, and wish that their off
spring were dead. Whether they are in
any way responsible for this conduct of their
children, we are not prepared to assert but
we do say, that as Christian p arents, they
must exercise a greater watchfulness over
their sons, or at no very remote day they
find some of them the annates of prisons, or
the occupants of the gallows. That this
nuisance should be abated, no one will deny.
If there is no other way if the parents can
not curb their childrens evil habits, and
learn them to respect others if not them
Wives we hope that our Borough authori
ties will take the matter in band, and have
them punished as their conduct deserves
If the officers do not use their influence to
this end, then they are measurably rcspon
ble for a continuance of the evil.
An accident occurred on the Marietta and
Cincinnati Railroad at Lee's Creek Bridge,
sixty miles east of Cincinnati, on Saturday
morning. The middle pier of the bridge was
carried away during the night by the gorg
mg of the ice and high water, leaving the
bridge standing. The accommodation train,
consisting of one baggage and two passenger
cars reached the center of the bridge when
R gaTe way, precipitating the train into the
reek.a distance of fifty feet. Ten ortwelve
ivos were lost, besides' a number serious
ly injured. The rear car fell on its end, and
t'jok fire. Several passengers were burned
vJhe Currency op the Country. A
Washington letter to the Chicago Tribune
J's the amount of currency afloat at the
present time is in. round number as follows :
igal Tenders without int. $ 430,000.000
'-"few ieimers wi
I - 1 rti
"-sal lenders drawing int.
Certificates of indebtedness
ues of National Banks
eal Bank Issues
Tribute of Hf s-pvet.
The following preamble ami vesoittt?--ns
were adopted by Co. B, 14Ulh Regt., V.u
Vol., Jan. 22d, 1jG", on learning that their
late commander, Capt. William Hold en,
was dead : . .
Whereas, It has pleased our Heavenly
Father t remove f rom -s, and this world,
Capt. William lloldcti, llnnmc,
Resolved, That while bowing with sub
mission to that inscrutable Providence
which, shielding him amid many dangers and
hardships for more than two years of active
lite in the field, has called him home to die,
we can but feel in his death a great loss to
us, as well as to his country and friends.
Resolved, That his life, with us, has been
uniformly kind, courtous and gentlemanly
always eschewing the vices of the army, and
discountenancing them among us, so as to
merit our highest commendations, and
vite our imitation.
Resolved, That as an officer we must al
ways remember him as modest and conscien
tious laboring for the welfare of his men,
true to his country, and amid much infirm
ity of body never shrinking from any post
of duty, however dangerous or arduous, and
reluctantly retiring when tailing health ab
solutely commanded him from the field.
Resolved, That we tender our sincere
sympathies to his parents and friends, who
are called to mourn the loss of worthy a son
and brother ; and ask them to accept a copy
of these resolutions, from hislate command,
as a token of their respect for him and them.
Sergeant John L. Bex, Chairman.
Lieut. Albert B. Cole, Secretary.
At a meeting of the officers of the 14'Jth
Regt., Penn'a Vols., held the sr. me date, it
was unanimously Rt-iohed, That we t-incerc-ly
unite in this humble tribute of respect to
our late companion in arms, and also tender
our sympathies to his friend.
Lt. Col. John Irvin, Chairman.
Adj't Jno. F. Irwin, Secretary.
Important to Substitute Brokers.
J. lie Ohio .Legislature has mst passeu a
law, which is quite severe on Substitute
Brokers. The loi'iowinnr are the material
ieatures of tli liil.
fieo. I .Hakes ic uuiawiul lor any person
or persons to engage la tne tuisn-.-s ot pro
eurig credits for counties, townships, &e.
if EC -. ihat the legally ooii.-tilutcil au
thorities or any voluntary association of citi
zens in any county, township, ciiy, ward or
sub-district, inav employ one or more airents
to procure substitutes, volunteers or credit
to tin quotas, paying sueii agent or agent.-, a
reasonable compensation therefore; but in
no case shall such compensation be retained
or paid m whole or in part, out or any boun
ty stipulated to be paid-to such volunteers
fihc. o. i-or violation or the provisions
ot the act a hne ot ?1 ooo lor each ofiencc.
or be iinprisioned in the country jail and
led on bread and water only for thirty days.
It is said, now that Wilmington is closed
to the rebel trade that attention will lie
wholly directed to Mexico, through which
ports, it is claimed, sufficient cotton can be
sent abroad to pay regularly the interest on
the rebel bonds and keep a handsome bal
ance on hand besides. The rebels already
have the money in London to meet the
3iarch and September payments.
The crew of the rebel, steamer Florida,
which was captured in the harbor of Bahia
by the United States Steamer Wachusetts,
have been liberated by order of the Govern
ment. They number about thirty. They
were taken from Fort Warren in a tug and
placed on board the BrittUh steamer Cana
da, which, sailed from Boston on Febuary
1st for Halifax.
The quota of Indiana, under the call for
300,000 men, is 22,;si That number at
$f00 each recruit will amount to thirteen
and one-half millions of dollars. A bill au
thorizing cities and counties to borrow mon
ey and issue bonds to pay bounties to raise
recruits to fill their quotas, has passed the
na, aud will probably
pass the House.
It is mentioned in diplomatic circles that
Maximilian's Mexican envoy was received at
St. Petersburg, but got only a polite note
recognizing his appearence, and that no
ltussian envoy is to be sent at present to
Mexico. There is reason to believe this ac
tion of the Bussian Government was upon
the advice of its Minister here.
Nevada walked into thell. S. Senate and
hung up her hat or rather her hats Feb
ruary 1st. We congratulate that lusty young
State on the brightening skies of our Bepub
lic at the hour of her welcome, advent, and
confidently predict that she will be one of
the firmest pillars of our glorious Union.
Wholesale Desertion It was stated on
the floor of the Ohio Senate lately, by Sena
tor Gl NCKEL, who obtained the informa
tion from the Adjutant General of the State,
that on the day previous there had been re
ceived at Camp Chase 4o'.) recruits, and of
that number 130 had deserted daring the
We learn from the Pittsburg Gazette,
that the population of that city has nearly
quadrupled in 24 vears. In 1840 polled a
voteoff.,53S; in 18C4, 20,978. Surely, the
Smoky City is a place of of some note ; as is
attested by the number of most excclent
Daily papers published there.
The decision of the Supreme Court of
Michigan, declaringthe law allowing soldiers
in the field to vote to be unconstitutional, will
give the Democrats one member of Con
gress, eight mourners ot the fctate Legisla
ture aud u large number of county officers in
The Union prisoners in Georgia have been
transferred to Salisbury, North Caiolina, to
'prevent their release by Sherman. Their
treatment by the rebels is more inhuman
than ever oeiore. J. no nnraocr oi aeaths h
fearful, and on the increase, averaging fifty
Dr. J. S. Jeffries, a government tletee-
tive. clOHiar duty irom post headquarters at
Cincinnati, was betrayed by a rebel deserter
ast week into tho hands of the guerrillas m
Bourbon couury, Ky., who first murdered
aud then robbed him.
The ioint resolution of the Penn'a Legis-
ature, ratifying the amendment to the con-
titution passed by Congress, was pa.s.sei uy
he Senate on trie 3d instaut iy a yote of 14
yeas 3 nays,' in the House by a stirot party
Ohituary notices, not over Jive lines, inserted free
of chart ; AH aver Jive Hue, at ten. cents per line.
T'l e 'sh n itst aTompxny the notice, invariably.
At Ansonville, on January 24th, Mrs,
Tii0MS0N,wife of John Thomson, aged 55
mi'HNPlKE FLECTION. Tho stockhol
X Ueraof the Philfpsburg and Susquhanna Turn
pike Road Co. will take notice that an Election
will be held at the office of said company, in ihil
ipsburg, on Monday the 6th day of March next, to
Elect five managers for the ensuing vear. By order
of the board ii. IIAKTSUOUN,
Feb. 1st. 1805. President.
FAR3I FOR SALE The subscriber de
sires to sell his farm, situate in Chest town
ship, about 8 miles above New Washington, con
taining 117 acres. The land is in a good state of
cultivation, nnder good fences, with plenty of
coal and ore thereon One hundred acres are
cleared. The buildings are, two good houses and
two bank barns, and other outbuildings ; also an
orchard of good fruit trees. The premises ad
join Westover, Lamburn and others, and will be
sold on reasonable terms.
Feb. 1, lSf.5-3tp. WM EVANS. '
RPI1AXS' COURT SALE OF VALU
ABLE REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order of the Orphan's court of
Clearfield county, there will be exposed to public
s;.le at liegarty's X Roads, on Wednesday, March
1st, 1865. at 1 o'clock, P. M., the following des
cribed Real Estate, situate in Woodward town
ship, Clearfield county, Penn'a. late the proper
ty of Samuel ilegarty, dee'd, bounded as follows :
On the Jsorth by the Oscoola Plank Road, on the
West by line of Mary Conuell survey, on the
South by elder surveys, and on the East by clear
ed land of Samuel llegarty's estate, containing
70 acres more or less Tkkms. cash.
Feb. 1, 1865. SAMCEL IIKtJARTY, Ex.
.RPIIANS' COURT SALE OF VALU
ABLE TIMBER LAM).
I'y nn order issued out of tho Orphans' court of
ClearCc-11 county, there will be exposed to public
sale at Newbarg. on Saturday the 25th day of Feb
ruary, liio. at 2 o'clock. V. M., the following des
cribed Real ltatc. situate in Chest township,
Clearfield comity, bounded as follows : Begin
ning at. a beech of Thomas Wood's land, thonee
South 52 degrees we.st Kil perches to an old hem
lock ompr. thence North Ss degrees west 116 per
ches to an old n.h. thenco by purpart No. 2 and 3
Nos-ili 52 decrees Kast 230 perches to po.-t on the
line of tlio John fiiaff survey, thence South de
grees East '-7 line of said 'Iraff 2S perches to post
ff Thomas Woods, thence south 52 deg., west 71
perches to white pine, thence South 40 degree?
Eat by land oi' Woods S7. 7 per. to the place of be
ginning, containing 121 acres, lute the eptnte of
Caroline Ilurd, dee'd. JOHN M QL1LKIN,
(iuarman of Jl II. Hum. jr.. and vi!?on A.
Ilurd, miliar childiCii of Caroline liurd. deceas
ed. February 1. 1S05,
ECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF
CLFARFTELP COUNTY, FOii A. L. 18G1.
C. Kr.vtzer, Esq , Treasurerof Clearfield coun
ty, in the Common wealth of Pennsylvania, in ac
count with said county, from the tith day of Jan.
a i. loot, until tue oin uay ot Jan. A. D. lstu
To amount received from collectors for 13P4 and
previous years, S13.76S 01
To amount received from -unseated lands
for 1802 and 1&G3.
To amount received from collectors on
To amount received from unseated on
To amount received from Commission
By Election expenses, 2.593 49
Jy Assessors' wages. 8S1 45
ly Jurors' wages. 2,1 82 'S I
Py Foxes and wildcats, 172 37
Py Interest orders, 1.8-0 79
Py Interest on orders, 374 17
By Commonwealth costs, 4t'S 21
By Constables' costs, 213 2m
By Commissioners' wages, 1,152 55
By Prothonotary's fees, 503 03
By Agrioultural, 100 00
By Wood and coal, 145 OS
By Clerk's wages. o77 6t)
By Repairs for county, 100 80
By Justices costs, 37 14
By New books for county, 4.S5 82
By Postage, stationaryicxpress 09 93
By Merchandise, 73 68
By Printing. 201 25
By Jailor's fees, 25 73
By Bridge contracts, S7S 61
By Court crier, 5f 00
By Janitor's fees, 40 00
By ShsrifTs fees. 100 00
By Infjucits, 72 14
By Auditors and clerk, ' 195 00
By restrict Attorney fees, 143 00
By Refuuds. . 8 62
By Auditing Prot'yA Reg'r ac'ts 10 00
i;y .iiisceilaueous, 3'.iG 50
By Com'rs to view new tp. lines IS 00
By Counsel fees. 100 00
By Road views. 141 00
By Lithograph orders, 452 00
By Court house bonds, 3.000 00
By Court house bunds, interest 1,155 00
By Am't pd per State tax 8,005 47
By percentage to collectors, 70'J 43
ly i-xonerauons to collectors, 501 23
By Treu'rs perct. paying out, 407 4(5
By Trea'rs per ct. receiving. 43S 65
15y bal. due.lreas lastsettlom t 4 71
Ba.1. due Co. by Treasurer, 17 70
529,243 35 29,243 2'o
Bounty Fund of Sept. A.D. 1862.
C. Kratzer, Eso., Treasurer of Clearfield coun
ty, in tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in ac
count with Bounty Fund of September, 1S02.
To amount received from collectors, including
percentage, S9.313 3S
To amount ree'd from unseated lands, 2,070 35
By Bounty bondsof Sept.lSG2 $5,670 00
rsy interest on bonds, . 273 45
By Percentage to collectors. 325 52
By Exonerations, 220 3(5
By Treas'rs per ct. paying out, 173 53
By Treas'rs per ct. receiving, 2S4 59
By am' due Treas. last set'mt, 13 65
Bal due fund by Treasurer, 3,422 53
S11.383 73 S11,3S3 73
C Er.vt7.er, esq.. Treasurer of Clearfield coun
ty, in account with Relief Fund,' A. D. 1861.
1) Eli TOR.
To amount received from collectors for 1864. in
cluding percentage. 54,62158
1 o amount received Irom unseated lands
for 15u2 and 1S63,
To amount ree'd from comnfrs book,
To am't duo fund at lust'settlemcnt,
To am't received from militia fines,
By am't, orders redeemed, 82 294 75
By anrt, certificates 2,518 50
By am't, collectors percentage 163 11
By am't, col'rs exonerations 110 65
By am't. Tr. per et. paying out 71 19
By am't, Tr. per ct. receiving, 104 15
JJal. due fund by Treas r, 2,313 86
87.612 21 87.612 21
Extra Bounty Fund.
C-Kharzeb, Esq , Treasurer of Clearfield coun
ty, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in ac
count with Bounty Fund under the Act of As
sembly of 25th day of -March, A. D. 1S64.
To amount received from collectors, including
percentage, '864,133 84
To amount received from Commission
ers account book, . 23,500 00
By aniount.of Bounty bonds
redeemed, 533,900 00
By amount &f Bounty cortifi- -cates
redeemed, 30,672 80
Py Rtnount of Int. on bonds, 5.201 02
By collectors percentage, 1.3S7 41
By exonerations, - 3,74 9 95
By Treas'rs per ct paying out 432 74
By Treas'rs per ct. receiving, 64133
By Treas'rs perct. on cash ree'd 132 50
Bal. due fund, 14,520 04
890,633 84 $90,633 S4
Dne from Collectors.
Amount of County, Bounty and State duo from
collectors, for 1S63 and previous years.
Year. Town'p. Collectors. County. Bounty. State.
1S55 Covington, J. Barmoy. SO 00 $00 00 $ 16 94
1856 lccatur, Cr. Kephart. S P9 00 00 111 59
1303 Morris, . P. Swartz, 0 00 1S 04 00 00
Total, f3 S9 S16 04 $123 53
Amount of Militia and Extra Bounty due from
collectors, for 1864 and previous years.
1 ear. Township. Collectors. Militia. Extra B
J. Barmoy, 19 08
. Kephart, 20 62
J. II. Hegarty. 0 00
I). Ilitchings, 0 00
1. P St Clair, 0 00
Jas. Thompson, 0 00
David Smith, 0 00
Conrad Kyler, 0 00
5 0 00
" L. City,
W. L Bloom,
Woodward, C. C. ShofT,
Jotal S-9 70 S5229 II
lhose marked have since paid in full.
Am't of outstanding county orders. S 140 06
Am't of outstanding court house orders. 600 00
Am t of outstanding courthouse bonds, 14,500 00
Agg'te due from coll 'rs on co. S 8 89
figg te due troui uns ted lands 3714 4f
'to due from Treasurer.
Indebtedness of county,
15,240 06 5-15,240 06
Am t ot outst dg extra bounty bond 5119,800 00
g ie amoum due rrom
collectors fur lotil, 85,229 11
Agg'te amount due from
unseated lands. 23,215 00
Agg'te amount due from
Treasurer, 14.520 04
Indebtedness, 76:3u5 85
SUJjSOa 00 8U9.S00 00
v,. kisatzei?, Ireasurer. in account with
iue uiuurens rownenips. tor Road Fund lor the
jears.. u 1&02 and l?e.'i.
To am't due Tp. from last fettlcm't
T am't received from unseated lands
for 1302 and J 86 J,
8 211 51
Am t paid
6 361 61
8 00 00
. 143 53
319 84 '
Bal due Twps.
S3:012 93 83,012 93
C. Kratzer, Esq., Treasurer, in account with
tne difleront townships, for School Fund, for the
years a. u. isis and 1803.
To Bal. due Twps. from last settlom't S 17 5 J
To am't received from uuseated lands. 8;302 55
Townships. Am't paid. Bal. duo.
Beccaria 8 515 8'J 13 04.
I'c'l, 434 17 18 17
Boggs. 103 31 7 24
Bloom, v ill 77 0 00
Bradford, 59 21 0 00
Brady, 418 02 12 91
Burnside, 361 82 32 19
Chest, 284 43 31 60
Covington, .59 19 250 17
Decatur. 413 03 29 05
Ferguson, 80 80 2 54
Fox. 97 53 39 5.J
Girard, 1S2 21 73 77
Goshen, 187 43 57 81
Graham, 207 03 :J9 87
Guelii;h, 473 95 24 39
Huston. 429 07 539 81
Jordan, '159 35 27 76
Harthaus, 114 00 19 46
Knox, 444 20 0 00
Lawrence, 279 15 9 35
Morris, 3h7 43 23 97
I'enn, 207 08 .28 93
i'ike, 106 22 28 43
Union, 258 09 11 52
Woodward, 316 63 41 12
Bal due Twps. 1,533 73
Total, 83.320 11 88,320 11
We, the Commissioners of Clearfield. county, in
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, havimr t.
amined the accounts of C. Kratzer, Treasurer of
me county ol Ulearheld, lor the year A. D 1364.
do certify that we-find the account as follows :
The amount due the county by the Treasurer is
Seventeen dollars and Seventy cents.
The amount outstanding due the county, Three
thousand Seven hundred and Twenty-three dol
lars and Thirty-five cent3.
The amount of outstanding orders. Fifteon thnn.
sand Two hundred and Forty dollars and Si if
of which Fourteen thousand and Five hundred
dollars is in court house bonds.
ihe balance due Bounty fund, bv the Tre.isn-
rer, is Three thousand Focr hundred and Twenty-two
dollars and Fifty-eight cents.
The balance duo Relief fund, by Treasurer, is
Two thousand Three hundred and F.
dollars and Eighty six cents.
The bal.ince due Extra Bounty fund, 13 Four
teen theusand Five hundred and Twenty dollars
ami Four cents.
Witness our hands
this 20th day of January,
A, D. 1865.
S. Eradley, clerk,
We. the Auditors of Clearfield county, Penn
sylvania, having examined the accounts of C.
Kratzer, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield county, for
the year A. D. ISo-l, do report that the accounts
are as above stated.
The amount due the Road fund, by the Treasu
rer, is One thousand Five hundred and Forty-nina
dollars and Fifty-three cents
The amount due the School fund, by the Trea
surer, is One thousand Five hundred and Thirty
eight dollars and Seventy-three cents.
Witness our hands this 20th day of January.' A.
D. JSOi. HIRAM WOODWARD,
Attest, ' " M
W. S. Bradley, clerk.
L. C. EVANS
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Letters
of Administration on the estate of John
Hegarty, late of Beccaria tw'p, Clearfield courty,
Penn'a, dee'd, having been granted to the under
signed, all persons indebted to said estate are re-.
-queritod to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against tne samcwil! present them
duly authenticated for settlement. '' '' :
Jan. Id, lS65-pi. SAil'L HEGARTY, Adm'r.
oi Administration on tho estate of James
Curley, lateof Pern township. Clearliuld Co., Pa.,
deeeased.-having been granted to tho undersigned,
all persons indebted to said estate arc requested
to make immediate payment, and those baring
claims against the same will present them duly
authenticated fur settlement.
1). II. PAULHAMUS.
December 7. 1864. Administrator.
M. If. HARRIS
MCKEKSON, IIAKH1S & .MOSELEV,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 435 Market Street, Philadelphia.
AWarge assortment of City Made Work constantly
on hand. July 20, la64.
"CLEARFIELD NURSERY. E N CO UP.
J AGE HOME INDUSTRY. The undersigned
having established a Nursery, on tho Pike, about
halfway between Curwensville and Clearfield
Boroughs, is prepared to furnish all kindsof Fruit
trees, (Standard and dwarf,) Evergreens. Shrub
bery, Grapo Vines, Gooseberry, Lawtrn Black
berry, Strawberry and Raspberry vines. Also,
Sibrian Crab trees, Quince and early Scarlet Kheu
barb, ic. Orders promptly attended to. Address
Aug 31, 1864. J.D. WRIGHT, Curwensville,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing between
the suoscribers, in the banking business as Leon
ard, Finney .fc Co., is this day dissolved by mutu
al coucent. Tho books, pupers and assests ara left
in the hands of Jame 1. Leonard at the office of
the firm, and all claims due to and by the firm
will be there settled by him. All over-due paper
must be forthwith settled. JAS. T. LEONARD
A. C. FINNEY,
Dec. 20th, 1S64. W. A. WALLACE
The business is to be continued by Jas. T. Leon
ard, as Leonard Co.
HO! FOE IRWIN'S.
SECOND SUPPLY OF
JCST KECKIVFD AT -
W I LL 1 A M F. I II W IX'S S TO R E.
OS UAl'.Kiir ST., CLEAKI'IELi), VS.
THE CHEAPEST AND TEST
. ARE TO EE HAD AT THE
CHEAP CASH STORE.
Ihe undersigned has just rcceived-from the East
ern cities a large and well selected stock of the
most seasonable goods, which he can dispose of at
tea reasoutible prices. His triends - and custom
ers are invited to examine his stock of goods, and
ascertain the prices before purchasing elsewhere
as he leols persuaded none undersell Li in. His
stock embraces a well selected assortment of
DRY-GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Gil 00 13 HIES,
DUUGS, OILS, PAINTS AND GLASS,
BOOTS, SHOES, II ATS AND CAT'S,
BUCKETS AND BASKETS,
School Books end Stationary,
NAILS AND SALT, . .
And a great variety of other useful articles, all
which will be gold cheap for cash, or ex-
changed for approved produce.
Go to the "cheap cash store" if yon want to buy
goous at lair prices.
Doc 21, 1864. WM. F. IRWIN.
NEW ST0EE ROOM
-Vlt-TID UNTZEvV GOODS !!!!
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, &.C..
MAUKiil STREET, CLEARFIELD, FA.
The Cheapest Goods
IN THE COUNTY.
llerul the followinqhxl of goo ix a -profit th'rtly:
Cieapi FOB, THE LADIES. Ooo,fs
Always on hand a large stock of La-'.('g'l
dies goods such as Coburg Cloth,
Alpacas, lie Lames, inghams.
Prints, Chintz. Kerchiefs. Su
bies Donnets, li loves, ete.
Cheup Always on hand Clack, 151ue. Drown Good
Cheap' ana ureyciotns, fancy ana l.lncn (ioolx
Casimeres, Sattinets, CassineLs,
J. weeds, flam and t ancy est
ings. Shirting, etc.. etc. etc.
shirts, and other Flannel shirts,
Loots, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Neck
ties, Gum Eootsand fhoes. and
a variety of other articles.
Muslins, Colored Muslins, Linen G.oor.'1
and cotton tablecloths, Oil cloth, i l'00'
l.inpn ni, .1 homn t . v.-l j tlrOOdS
pets, curtains, fringe, "etc - jS""'
HARDWARE, AC. God
If you want Nails or spikes. Manure 'Goods
or other forks. Saw-mill or other Good
sawa, Smoothing irons. Locks, G00ds
'Hinges, etc.. go to Mossop's G00d
where you can buy cheap. G00ds
IF YOU WANT -Goods
Cheap Knives and forks, Dutcher Knives, Goods
Cheap hoe and Stove blacking, Manilla ''Goods
Cheap'. ' and hemp ropes, Ink, I'aper or Good
rens,..Powder, boot or Lead, 'Goods
etc., ouy tuem at Jttossop s. Goods
IF YOU WANT Goods
Shoe Last or Pegs. Palm or Fancy' Crouds
ioap, Starch, Wall Paper or Win- Goods
dow Shndes, Lamps. Lamp tubes i Goods
or Wicks, coal oil, etc , go to Goods
Mossop's cheap cash store. Goois
IF "YOU WANT
Clean' aiiuossop a caeap ior cato.
(Jheai IF YOU WANT
ti ..m 1 - "
CVirTallow candles, fine or coarse salt
Cneap Syrup or molasses, cieese, dried
Cltea,p apples or peaches, water or so- :
Cheap do cracsers, call at Mossop's
Cheap where you can buy cheap.
Cheap IF YOU WANT
Cheap Yoit wine for Medical or Sacramen-i'ooci
Cheapi tal uses, Sweet wine, old Monon-
Cheap' - gahela or rye whisicy, Cherry
Ckeap and Cognac brandy, buy at ."
Cheap' Mossop cheap cash storo.
Chenpy . IF YOU WANT ' '
t,"','jRaisen3, j-j prune8 or dried Cur
7,1 ' rants; filberts, cream, pecan or
r" ground nuta, candies. Liquorice
LJieap or LjqUOr jca root,: buy them
Cneapi t Mosson'scheaii and srond.
t:hAtm f- "
Cheapo fcuy any omer trticie caeap, b&lGooUt
Cheap uro to 8. to Mossop, for te ellg G00ds
Cheap cneaper lor casn uia.n any otfler .Good
Cheap November 27.1301. ap2fi59.-UiooUs
Approved country produ.ee of every inid taleii at
tk usual mxrla prices in exchange for goods.
m,,,J brown suar, hams, shoulders or y ,
Che7p i;jes Imperial, Young fe
BOYN'TOX SIIOWEHS GKA1IAM
That's The Place!
BOYITTON, SHOWEES AND GRAHAM.
Have received their first rapply of Seasonable '
Uoods,which they are now offering for Sale at the
LOWEST CASH FlllCES.
Their stock consists of general variety o
Dry-Gools. Groceries, Hard-war , Queens-ware,
Tin-ware, Willow-ware, Wooden-ware, Provisions,
Hats, Caps, Doots, Shoes, and Clothing, Ao.
For the Ladies.
They would call especial attention to the large
and good assortment of new styles and patterns ot'
Such as Scarfs, Hoods, Nubias, Sontags, Sacquea,
Mantles, Shawls, and Hats. Alio the latesi
styles of Bonnets, and an assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
now opening, consisting of Flain and Fancy Sfik,
Delaines. Alpacas, G inghams, Ducals. Prints, Me.
rinos, Cashmeres, Tlaids. Brilliants, Poplins, Pe
rcge. 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. Ribbon,
Hats. Trimmings, Buttons, Combs. Shawls. Braid,
Muslins, Irish Liners, Cambrics, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Bobinets, Mulls, Linen Handkerchiefs ete.
Of Men's Wear
They have also received a large and well select
ed Stock, consisting ot Cloths, Plain and Fancy
Cassimeres, Cashmerets, Tweeds, Jeans. Cordu
roys, Bevcr-Teon, Linens, Handkerchiefs. Neek
ties, Hosiery, Gloves, Hats, Caps. Scarfs, eto., etc.
In the latest styles and of the best material,
consisting of. Coats, Pauts, Vests. Shawls. Over
coats, Drawers, Cashmcro and Linen Shirts, etc.
Of Loots and Shoes,
They have a largo assortment for Indies and Gen
tltmen. consisting of Top Boots. Brogass. Pumps
Gaiters, B.ilmoral Boots, Slippers, Monroes, ete
Groceries cul Provisions
Such as C-.ffec, Syrups. Sugar,- Kioe, Cracker
Vinegnr, C.inilus. Cheese, I -'lour. Meal, Bacon,
Fith. course aiil Hue Salt, Teas, Mustard, etc.
Coal Oil Lamp!, '
Coal oil, Lamp chimneys, Tinware a great varlo
ty, Japanware, Egg heaters, Spleo boxes, Wire
Ladels, Sieves, Dusting pans, Lauterns. etc., etc.
Carpets, Oil-cloth, -
Brooms. Brushes. Baskets, Washboards. Buckets,
Tubs,. Churns' Wall-paper. Candle wick, Cotton
yarn and Batting. Work baskets. Umbrellas, eto."
Rafting Ropes, .
Angers, Axes, Chisels, Saws. File?, Hammers.
Hatchets, Nils, Spikes, Gri .d stones. Stoneware
Trunks, Carpet bags, Powder, Shot, Lead, eto.
Writing and Letter paper, Fancy note anl 00m
mercial paper, pens, pencils and ink. copy Cooks,
slates, ink stands, fuuy and common envelopes.
Shoe Findings, Glass and Putty,- Flat irons and
Coffee mills, Bed cords and Bed sere wsv Matches.
Stove blacking, Washing soda aud Soap, eto.
Flavoring Extract?, '
Patent Medioines, Perfuuiory of varions kinds.
Fancy soaps, Oils, Paiuts. Varnishes, and in. fact
every thing usually kept in a first class Store.
They invite all persons to caJl and examine their
stock, and hope to give entiro satisfaction.
BOYNTON, SHOWERS & GRAHAM-
Clearfield, Pa., Dec. 7th, 1SG4.
Imperial Oil Company,
Office 130 South Fifth Street,
Capital 61,000,000 200,000 Shares, at 65 ch.
Reserved Capital 2G0,0Q0.
alexander k." m'cluiui
directors ; : ;
A. K. M-'Clure, D. J. Jackman. Elisha W. Davis
Thos. A. Scott. -I.C. Bombcrser. Peter A. Small.
John M. Pomeroy,
James M. Sellers.
Elisha W. Davis
This company has 120 acres of land, in fee. on
the Allegheny River, immediately opposite Oil
City, and adjoining Laytonia, with 110 rods froufc
on the river, and 75 rods frunt on Lay's. Ban.
Hon. C. P. Ramsdell, editor of the Oil Ckv 'Mon
itor, and agent for this land, assures the company
that it will sell in rots for S 100,000, reserving the
oil right which is worth SIOO.OOO additional. Im
mediate REVENUE WILL BE DERIVED FOR THE CO.X-
pasy from the sale op THERE tors : and the com
pany ;have two good engines with complete fix
tures to operate immediately for oil; The territo
ry in this immediate locality has nover failed to
Also, one hundred acres, in foe simple, in the
celebrated Cherry Run District, immediately ad
joining the Cherry Run Petroleum eoinpany,whos&
stock is now worth over S30 per share. The com
pany now have offers, which will be accepted, for
sinking wells on lease, without anycost to. the cor
poration and one-half the proceeds U go to the
company, ihe Curtiu and St. Nicholas compa
mes aro in this immediate locality, aod their
stock is now commanding a large premium. In
addition, the company has 40 acres, in fee simple,
on Cherry Tree Run, which empties into Oil
creek, and in the beit producing section, of the
Oil Territory, and 110 acres, in fee simple, u
Walnut Bend, five miles above the mouth of Oil
creek, and not' ot:r two miles from the celebrat-
Reod well, now producing over Siift barrels
Also, the lease of three tracts of land, two on
Oil creek, each producing over ten barrels per day,
ana one 00 Aliegneny tiver, producing ten bar
rels per dayof teavy oil,Vorth 2l per barrel.
me company pow receives three fourths of the
rocecdg efthe last named well, and one-half of
tke othortwo, Each' of these' tracts will be de
veloped by tho company by sinking additional
wells, an-I the engines and fixtures are now on
hand to Go it ' s ' "
Tho officers of this company mean to prosecute
the development of these lands most energetical
ly, and they have ontire confidence that they hi
yield very Urge dividends on the capital stock.'
EJp'Subscriptions must be made' prompt! y,' as
more than one-half of the stock is already engag-
ed. Subscriptions will be received 'it the office
of the company.;', , ' ,'r ."panuiry 4, 1&&S.-
PnOTOGKAPniC ALBUMS, fur 'tla L
Hwrtwick & llttstoa's Clrfield, P.
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