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(TlKARFIELD, PA., MAY 3, 18C5.
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Publisher of ' Clearfield Republican."
S J. ROW,
Publisher of '-Raftsman's Journal'
a Filled up Jart!y-.-the large inudhole
tr the PostcSlog.
Looks WELL the vdieat and rye, gener
ally. The pro?pcct3 of aa abundant har
vest are quite flattering.
Vendue. The personal property of Win.
Jones of this borough, will be sold on the
12th of May. See advertisement in another
Killed rsry of the peach trees, in
this tection, during the past -winter hence
thre will hft a scarcity of this most de'icious
fruit tho coming Feaon.
Removal. C. W. & II. W. Smith, have
rsmovei their "tore to the rontn occupied as
a PostdSce durirg the past four years.
Their freiuda and customers should bear this
fact in mind. "
Lizct. L. B. Caulile. This young oS
aw vUited us on Monday last, on his return
to camp parole. lie looks fine and hearty,
notwithstanding his confinement of eleven
months in the prison pens of tho Souih.
ICS ANT) Snow. Oa' Monday night, May
1st. the weather vt.-.f exceedingly cold in ll.:.-?
region soiao little ice having formed on
water eranding in 6tnall vessels. During the
day, in ths Severn part of the county, quite
enow stovm prevailed for asioit tiuie.
'The Oil V'-xl. The well now being
bored in this place has reached a depth of
about five hundred and fifty feet. We are
informed that the indications for oil are in
creasing as tho well progresses in depth.
Several days eince a vein of Bait-water was
Postponed. President Johnson has
Issued a proclamation postponing the day
appointed for humilwtion and mourning, to
Thursday, the 1st of June. This change
was made in consequence of the 25th of
3Iay falling on Ascension Day, an occasion
peeially observed by certain religious de
noiidnations. Agricultural Meeting. The members
of the Executive Committee of the Clear
Old county Agricultural Society fire -quested
to meet at tho ofiice of It. J. Wal
lace ia the Borough of Clearfield, on Satur
day the 6th inst, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the
Uiujaction of important business.
. L. F. Irwin, Sec'y.
New Goods. Boynton, Showers and
Graham are just receiving and opening a
new stock of seasonable goods, whk-h they
are ojcriug at reduced prices. Persons in
want of Spring goods had better embrace
this opportunity to make their purchases,
a there is a probability of prices advanc
ing. "A wurd to the wise is sufficient.''
f IRAlsEWORTiir. Several of our more
tuterpriidng citizens have, within a week,
craped up the mud in the streets, in front
f their property, and hauled it away
thereby improving the streets, and adding
to the value of their lota in the way of ma
cure. This is a praiseworthy act. We hope
that others will follow their example, as our
streets were in rather a disgraceful condition
'I spring being almost impassable on ac
count of the immense quantities of mad
'-'.h which they are covered.
Good Advice. The late Lord Lynd
kurst, Chancellor of England, declared that
"oo man with a dependant family is free
'om reproach if his life is not insured."
The man who neglects to insure his house,
u condemned for imprudence. How much
more improvident is he who neglects to in
re h"i3 life? Every house may not be burn
but every man must die. The system
1 Life Insurance affords all an opportu
'7 to make provision for their families,
d there is no excuse for any one neglect
to avail himself of it. H. B. Swoope,
Ei i is Agent of the Penn Mutual Life In
tkiu Company, f Philadelphia.
Tux Clearfield Cocntt Prisoners.
Below will be found tha names and senten
ces, not heretofore published, of citizens of
Clearfield county, tried before the Military
Commission at Ilarrisburg, for "combining
to resist the execution of certain provisions
of the laws of Congress," atid for the "com
mission of acts ot disloyalty against the
Government of the United States," and
"uttering disloyal sentiments and expres
sions," to wit :
Gainor P. Bloom, four years imprison
ment and $2,000 fine, and to stand commit
ted until paid.
George Rousher, 3 year? imprisonment.
Benjamin Boyer, 3 years im prison men L
Henry Yoas, 3 years imprisonment.
The findings and sentences have been ap
proved by the Commanding General, and
the prisoners sei.t to the Clinton Penitenti
ary, New York.
CUTtVENSVELLE, APRIL 27. MR. EDI
TOR : In accordance with the request of
the Acting Sec'y of State, Wednesday the
19th day of April was duly observed in
Curwensville. Business was suspendcd,the
stores closed, and a number of houses drap
ed in mourning. Services were held in the
Methodist Episcopal Church ; at the door
of which edifice the National Flag was plac
ed at half mast, draped with crape. The
pulpit was also covered with the emblems of
mourning. A very large congregation as
sembled, and remarks were made by Rev.
Wagoner of the United Brethren Church,
Rev. Seimbowcr of the Baptist Church,and
by Rev. D. S. Monroe of the M. E. Church.
All present seemed to feel deeply, the great
loss sustained by the nation in the death of
the greatest man of the age. The tolling of
the church bell, which was continued dur
ing the hours of service, added greatly to
the solemnity of the occasion.
An Eloquent Passage.
The following eloquent and patriotic ex
tract is from the sermon of Rev. W. E.
Ijams, (who is well and favorably known in
this place,) delivered to his people, in the
Mahoning Presbyterian Church, in Danville,
Pa., on Sunday, April lGth, 1SC5. "The
deep religious feeling the piety and patri
otism the words fitly spoken, 'like apples
of gold in pictures of silver' constitute
this thrilling passage a gem of beauty, a
mong the eulogies of the lamented dead,
pronounced by the lips of those who can
speak well." In the course of his se.-mon
Mr. Ijams said :
"But as individuals have their emergen
cies, so have nations; and feel that to-day
this land is called to mourn. It is like the
mourning over Josiah in the valley ot Me- j
giddon. A great light has.suddculy disap- j
peared fiom oar Nationally. A great i
name has passed into history, which will J
immortalize his deeds. .
'f Prudent of the United States, a !
. . ... ,.
gtoat h.u-x &uu tiiaa ; in iia pruate iue su
perior tj all tho.-e low vices that degrade so
many of our public men, and iu his oilicial
career distinguished for his lofty patriotism
una uevotiou to ireedom uas luhen by the
baud cfa co wardly assassin, and now lies a
coi dsc in the capital of this great Nation.
The spirit of Slavery which is always and j
everywhere a spirit ot insolence, iiiaubordi- j
:.. ..,u : i 1.1..1 i,.tJ r.u,.,i :n t
IiailUli, Will Udi iIU UMU UK'UU, 1114a 1UUI1U t LI
him, its moat illustrious victim. Always in
his lite generous, conservative, mild and for
giving; he was basely slandered, calumni
ated, traduced and finally murdered by the
foultiendof Slavery which inspired a trai
tor's heart and nerved the assassins arm to
commit the blackest crime iu history. No
ble martyr to patriotism and liberty to-day
we mourn your loss !
That great intellect is darkened, that hon
est face which so often cheered others with
its smile of genial humor, is now rigid iu
death. That noble heart whose every pul
sation was ior the honor of the nation and
the good of his race, that heart is now col I
and still and emotionless. Those hands
which in youth toiled for his own support,
and of late have so skilfully guided the Ship
i.i iUU. wi" ::evr aioin be stretched forth
to grasp the war-worn hand of some rag
eeuT but brave soldier boy will never a-
gam press the despised hand ot tue blacic
man, whose friend he wts. No, those hands
to-day are folded over as true a heart as ever
throbbed. lie is not appreciated to-day ;
but history .will write him down asfgreat
He loved his nation; and thank God
has saved it from its destroyers. His work
is done his mission ended, and the loyal
North mourns his departure. s
We sorrow iiK.st of , all that our great
li:iiW who i .in.lusted us safely through the
wilderness of this cruel, civil war, was not J
permitted with us to pass over into the
pron ised land of liberty and peace but he
died upon the border and yet, thank God,
he died on the summit of the Pisgath of
Victory, from whose lofty heithts he could
look over and behold the visions of a glori
It is fitting that we should to-day turn for
enlightenment to the word of God, where
we Tcarn that His Providence in over oil.
We cannot now for our grief read the solu
tion of this mysterious problem ;but God
will unfold thejeason of permitting, in this
juncture, a calamity so appalling and terri
ble. His word assures us that the Judge
of all the earth will do right there let us
In a conversation with General Sherman,
Johnston admitted that the army of the Mis
sissippi was the best ever mtrshalel. and
added: "My engineers, my officers, and the
people of South Carolina all insisted upon
it, that no army would peuetrate Salkahat
chie swamp, and you have not only march
ed your army through it, but corduroyed
and bridged it for miles, and then drew
after you your immense supply trains.
The like could not have been done by any
other army "
However little we may have to do, let us
do that little wH
MARRIED : ,
On April 27th. by llev. D. S. Monroe,
Mr. James C. Miller of Bellefonte, to MLa
Henrietta Jones, of this borough.
On April 27th. by Rev. D. S. Monroe,
Mr. DaYID H. Gearh art of Boggs town
ship to Miss Mart C, Shugart, of this
On April 27th, by Rev. W. M. Burch
field, Mr. Peter Beall to Miss Francis
J. Smith, both of Glen Hope.
On April 27th, bv Rev. W. M. Burch
field, Mr. Jamks L. Hall of Indiana coun
ty, to Miss Margaret McCracken of
Cest township, Clearfield county.
(AITTIO.N. The public is hereby notified
J not to nive emplo; lnrnt to my sod, Solomon
Low. who biis left fail bouie in Woodward town
ship . and i- only 16 years old. I will pay no debrs
contracted by him. and wilt prosecute any parson
wbo harbors or employs him.
April 17, ISoi-pd. JOUX LOW.
DR. LITCII'S I EDICI N ES. A fresh sup
ply of these invaluable Family Medicine;
are for sale by M. A. Frank. Clearfield, consisting
ot Pain Carer; Restorative, a greatcure for colds
and eongh ; and AiUt-MJioti Phytic. Ihey bare
been thoroughly tested in tbis community, and
are highly approved. Trnr them.
TO IIOKSE OWNERS.-The undersigned
baring recently discovered an infallible and
simple cure for that annoying malndy in horses,
known a' Hoof-bound." Any person sending SI
in a letter, will receive Ly return mail a rec pe
giving proper directions as to the necessary treat
ment. Address, JACOB IRWIN.
September 21, !8S4-tf. Clearfield. Pa.
DMINISTRATOK'S .NOTICE Letters
of Administration on the estate of Wm. P.
15 loom, late of Pike township, Clearfield couuty,
dee d, having been granted to tbe undersigned,
all persons having claims against the estate are
requested to present them properly authenticated
for settlement, and those endebted to said estate
are requested to make payment without delay, at
the residence of the subscriber in Pike township.
March 2Vth, lSOo-pd. KEUiiEN HALL, Adm'r.
ESTATE OF ALEX. STONE, DEC'D.
The Administration of Alexander Stone, ot
lioggs tp. dee'd. having been declared vacant, by
reason of the resignation and discharge of the
Executors. Letters of Administration, cum tes
tamento annexo, on said es.ate have tbis day been
granted to the undercigned. All persons having
claims against said estate will present them for
settlement, and those endebted will make imme
diate payment, to JOSIAH It. HEEI, Adia'r.
Clearfield March 2Uth. ISfio-pd.
AUCTIONEER Tbe undersigned having
been Licenced an Auctioneer, would inform
tbe citizens of Clearfield county tbat he will at
tend to calling sales, in any purt of tbe county,
whenever called upon. Chirges moderate.
Address JAMES H. TURNER.
April 19. 1SG5. Woodland. Pa.
N . B Persons calling sales without a proper li
cence are fubject to a penally of 5-0. wbieh pro
vision will be enforced again. i those who may vi
olate the same
AUCTIONEER The undersigned having
been Licensed an Auetionner. would inform
the citizens of Clearfield county that he will at
tend to calling s:iles, in any part of tbe eounty.
whenever called upon. Charges moderate
Address, JOHN M'QL'l LIvIN.
May 13 P.ower IV. Clearfield co.. Pa.
N. B. Persons calling sales without a proper li
cense are subject to a penalty of 5:0, which pro
vision will be enforced against those wbo may ri
olate the same.
l'CTIONEKR. Tbe undersigned having
been Licenced an Auctioneer, would inform
the cilUens of Clearfield county that he will at
tenJ to calling sales, in any part of the county,
whenever called upon Charges moderate.
Address. XATIlAMEL HISIIEL,
Feb 22. lSj. Clearfield, Pa.
N. B Persons calling sales without a proper
license are subject to s penalty of S'iO. which
pruiision will be eufurced aguiust those whj may
violate tu same.
"ToILS." Tax Payers.
persons knowing themselves liaole toascesa
ii t under ihe U. S. lievenue Law either for In
come for the year 1H64, Gold Plate. Mlver Plate,
Gold Watches. Buggies. Carriages. Spiing Wag
ons. Pianos or Melodians. or for Licenses for IStij.
are requested to meet me at the following named
plnces on the days appointed, where I will receive
all su-h returns; and in default of which the pen
alty of twenty-five percenluiu will in all cises be
added to the proper duty.
For Morris Graham and Bradford, a? tbe house
of .fames P. Nelson. Kj lertown.on Monday.MaySth
For Decatur and Boggs. at the house of Milo
Iloyt. Orceola. on Thursday. May. I Itb.
For Deecnria, Guelioh. Woodward and Jordan,
at the house of D. Paulbamus, Gieu Hope, on
Monday Mav loth.
For ilurnside. lie 11 and Chest, nt the house of
P. 8. Plotner. in New Washington Boro, on Thurs
day, May lrfti.
ior Ferguson Penn and Lumber Cily, at the
house of Wm. Keed. on .Monday, May 22nd.
For Brady. Bloom and Union, at tbe house of
Vm fchwem. Luthersburg. on Wednesday.
May 21th W. J. HEMPHILL.
Ass't Assessor 1st Division li)lh Uist , Ta
Curwensville. April 2tth, 1833
STATEMENT OF THE FINANCES OF
the Borough of Clearfield for the year ending
4lb April, Itjtio.
Taxes crcdite 1 on Macdatuizing on
Second street $1'
do do Market itreet 3 50
Excess of Expenditures Hi 92
Orders drawn during the year,
Pay't taxes on Macadamizing, ,
ORORKS WBRK DBAWX.
For work on streets,
Cal. due on Boro. bounty bonds,
Int. on order No. 1, Jan. 1331,
Canceled order No. 14 "
lial, due collector, 1883.
High Constable's services, -Clerk's
Due from collector of 13?2,
On Lansberry judgment.
From Jas. Alexander on planking,
Presby. congregation "
Due from salesof plank.
Cash in Treasury,
Ontstd'g orders year ending Feb. 1859
.. .4 .. " " 1830,
n , " ISfil
w , " " Oct. 1HK2, ...
u .i u ti 1833.
.4 4. 4 4, April, liot,
44 4 4 4. 4. 333
Due U. MiteheU. Treasurer.
on Macadamizing seoonl street,
4. Market street,
Excess of assets.
722 25 i
WM T. BIGLER.
Cleik of Town Council.
We tbe undersigned Auditors of CI earn aid Bor
onib having examined the account of iheoffi.-ers
of said Borouah. do certify tbeir oorrect ad above
stated, and that the above exhibit the financial
eondttian of .aid Borough. The assets eMeeo.ng
tbe liabilities two hundred an4 seventeen dollars
ana sixty-five eenta. 0- L. BARRETT.
IS1I, Salt and plaster in large quantities
at (Mar 22, 1S35.1 J.P.KRaTZKR
SEED POTATOES for sale by
Apr. 26. J. P. KRATZSK.
FOR SALE at cost 4 good cook stoves , to
clobe out the stock, at the cheap cash store
of K. MOSSOP, Clearfield. Pa.
QUARTERLY" REPORT of the First Na
tional Bank of Clearfield, April 3d, 1865.
Notes and bills discounted . . S26.874 75
Furniture - - 181 91
Curient expenses - -- -- -- -- 74 Oi
Taxes paid 50 00
Due from National Banks .... 460 21
other Banks 2,833 46
U. S Bonds deposited with Treasurer
of U. S. to secure circulation - - 60.000 00
Cash on hands. Notes of State Banks - 9.649 92
Legal Tender Notes - 2.727 72
Total - - - . 102.907 02
Capital Stock paid in 55.0i10 00
Certificate depositors 5.080 00
Due Depositors - - 25.014 64
Due National Banks ------- 3.497 52
Due State Banks - - - - - - - - 3 9t)3 99
Interest and Exchange - - - - - - 435 90
Total Liabilities 103 907 Hi
I hereby certify that the above statement is a
true abstract from the quarterly report made to
tbe Comptroller of the Currencv. April 3d. I3j5
A C. FINNEY. Cash.
F0BEIG AND DOMESTIC DSY-GOODS, &C.
MAIM STREET, CCBWESSYILLE, PA.
THE UNDERSIGNED having taken tbe stoca
of merchandize of the late firm of Patton,
Hippie A Co., have just added afresh supply of
comprising Groceries, Drags. Queensware,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Muslins. De Laines
Prints, Sattinets. Flannels, etc,, which
they offer at low prices
FOR CAS1I OR READY PAY.
Grain, PorK, Shingles and Boards, tasen in ex
change for goods. We respectfully astt a share
of patronage. Call and examine our stocK.
Curwensville, Dec. 11. HIPPLE A FAUST.
N u. The accounts of Patton, Hippie A Co., are
in our hands, and we hereby notify persons hav
ing unsettled accounts, to call and settle the same
as we desire to have the booKs closed.
December 11. 1S61. HIPPLE A FAUST.
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 floods,
Nubias, Nubia IIood3,
Scarfs, Breakfast Capes,
In her stock of Millineiy Goods will be found
Dress Caps, Head Dresses,
1 lowers, Plumes,
Nets, &c , Sic.
Also, Bugle Trimming, Ribbon. Drss and Velvet
Trimmings, Buttons, Buckies. Ac.
COLLARS, GLOVES, & HOSIERY.
Beads, Zephyr, Thread,
Braid, Combs, Needles.
Cosmetics such as Hunt's Bloom of Roses, Laird's
Bloom of Youth, Sterling's Ambrosia. Hair
Oils. Thalon's Extract Night Blooming
Cereus, (genuine article.) and other
articles of Perfumery.
CIIILDRENS' TOYS, SUCH AS
Ivory, Lava ware,
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 the year.
The public are invited to examine Mrs. Welch's
stock, as it embraces many of the finest and most
fashionable articles offered for sale in tbis place,
and at prices to suit the timer Dee. 1 1.
RICHMOND HAS FALLEN 1
Richmond has Fallen!!
and so has the
PRICE OF GOODS
AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE OF
J. I Morris & Co.,
Pbilipsburg, Centre co.. Pa.,
Who have just returned from the city with a
large and well Selected Stock of Goods. (Spring
and Summer,) purchased since the late decline in
prices, and which they are prepared te sell cheap
er than the cheapest.
Prints, delaines, balmorals and hoop
skirts, ladies and children's circu
lars, ladies baskets, &c., &c.
Notions in endless variety. Boots and
shoes of all kinds for ladies, men
Cloth in of all kinds for men and boys, at sensa
tion prices. Hats and caps in endless vari
ety, for men, boys and children.
Hardware: Broad a:xes, double and
single bitt axes, rafting axes, bark
ing axes, augers, &c.
Groceries: Rio, rye and lagnara coffee; Sugar,
brown, yellow and white; Imperial, black
and young hyson tea; Fresbeaned peach
es; Pickels. jollies, catsup, pepper
sauce; Syrup of all kinds, ail
Stoves: Cooking and parlor etoves
pipe, &c, &c.
Saddlery Bridles, saddles, lines, horse collars,
hames, harness, whips. Ao , Ao. Grindstones
Carriages, buggies, sleighs, wagons. Ao., At
Clover seed, plaster, Ao , flJ.
. Tn T.iimVinrmpn n.nrl Clnritraetors
V A ... "
We would say, that we are prepared to 'nrn-sa
tot m who noiir. ietu. mcun -
ming in our line, cue'per ib wuw,a.
We guarantee persons, visiting our store, to
go away sniisfied with the bargains tbey can have.
Thankful for past patronage ; we hope to merit
H continuance of tbe same We are still at tbe
old stand in the Bui din known as the Exchange
5 The highest Market prioe paid for lumber,
binglee awl co-entry prodnoe. m .
jr. I. MORJirS A OO.
GRAFF. WATKIS ft CO..
Wholesale Dealers ht
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 425 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Far'. SRArr. : : isaac watkiss. : :
Ap.25 raos. SArpiiQMX.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OrriccNo. 135 Broad war. N Y.
cash CArrrAL. :::::::: 52,000. 000 00
asskts. 1st July, 1864. : : : : : 3,000.000 W
liabilitics, ::::::::: 51,577 54
CHAS. S. MARTIN. President.
A. F. WILLMARTH, Vice-President.
JOHN McGEE. Secretary.
Policies of Insurance against Loss or Damaga
by Fire. by J. if FULFORD Agent.
August 17. 18fU m. Clearfield Pa
Whilst trying Coffee of all tbe various brands.
Remember-BROW. IMG'S EXCELSIOR" at the
bead it stands.
True, it's not like others that are "SOLD EVERY
WHERE." A little stretch, we all do know, good goods will
(But a stretch like tbis "sold everywhere" is
very apt to tear.)
Xow, I can safely say. without any hesitation.
There's non like ' BrtOWXIXG'S EXCELSIOR"
in this enlightened nation.
Skilled chemists have not found a Coffee from any
Possessing the same ingredients as '-Browning's
Nor is there any one. in or out of tbe Coffee trade.
Who knows the article from which Browning's
I'm told its made from barley, rye, wheat, beans.
Name a thousand other things but the RIOnT
ONE if you please.
But with the coffee-men I will not bold contention
For the many, many things they say too numer
ous to mention.
Whilst they're engaged in running round from
store to store .
To learn the current wholesale price of "Brown
Some who know my Coffee gives perfect satisfao
Have formed a plan by which they hope to cause
a quick reaction.
The case 'tis with a few; co doubt 'twill be more
To name tbeir Coffee after mine, (BROWNING'S)
Some say tbetr's the only brand that will stand
a rady test.
Now, try a little of them all see which you like
Three years have past away since first I so'd a store;
Never have I in your paper advertised before;
Nor would I now, or ever consent to publish more,
If like some used by '-everybody," -sold every
where," in '-every store."
A trade like this I do not wish; the orders I
could not fill ;
Tbe factory all Jersey's land would take leave
not a foot to till.
My trade is not so very large; still I think I have
my share ;
But, reader, vou must rest assured, 'tis NOT
' SOLD EVERYWHERE."
Manufactured and for Safe by tht wnter,
GEORGE L. BROWNING,
No. 20 Market street Camden, N. J.
This Coffee is not composed of poisonous drugs,
it contains nothing deleterious ; many persons use
this Coffee that cannot use the pure coffee; it
takes but one and a half ounces to make a quart
of good strong coffee, that being just one-balf the
quantity it takes of Java Coffee, and always less
than half tbe price.
RETAIL DEALERS may purchase it in less
quWities than ten gross at my prices at the
JjOrders by mail from WhoSesale Dealers
promptly attended to. Mar. S-.1m.
NEW STOKE ROOM
.A.JNTJ3 JNTIETW GOODS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, tC
MARKET STREET, CLEAREIELD, PA.
The Cheapest Goods
IN THE COUNTY.
Read th following lut of goods and profit therehy
FOE THE LADIES.
Always on band a large stock of La
dies goods such as Coburg Cloth,
Alpacas, De Laines, Ginghams,
Prints, chinls. Kerchiefs, No
bies. Bonnets, Gloves, etc
Cheap Alwsys on hand Black. Blue. Brown Good"
and Grey Cloths. Fancy and Black Good
Casimeres. battinets. uassinets, '(foods
Tweeds, Plain and Fancy Vest- Goods
iegs. Shirting, etc.. etc. etc. Goods
Such as Coats, Pants. Vests, Under-l wos
shirts, and other Flannel shirts, Goods
t!nn! Shoe. Hats. Cuds. Neck- ,Goods
ties. Gum Boots and Shoes. and
a variety of other articles.
Such as Unbleached and Bleached
Muslins. Colored Muslins, Linen
and cotton tablecloths. Oil cloth,
Linen and hemp fowls, car
C lie op
pets, curtains, fringe, etc
If you want Nails or spikes. Manure
or other forks, caw-unii or otoer
saws, Smoothing irons. Locks,
Hinges, etc.. go to Mossop's
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Knives and forks. Butcher Knives,
Shoe and Stove blacking. Manilla Goods
and hemp ropes, Ink, Paper or Goods
Pens, Powder, Shot or Lead,
etc., buy them at Mossop's.
IF YOU WANT
Shoe Last or Pegs. Palm or Fancy
a. t. 11 -1 1 TJ , I' :
dow Shades, Lamps, Lamp tubes j
or Wicks, coal oil, eto , go to
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
Good extra family Flour, White or
brown sugar, bams, shoulders or
sides, coffee; Imperial, Young
Hyson orblaeK tea, buy them
at Mossop's cheap for cash.
IF YOU WANT
Tallow candles, fine or coarse salt,
Syrup or molasses, cheese, dried
apples or peaches, water or so
cio eracKers, call at Mossop's
where you can buy cheap.
IF YOU WANT
Cheap Port wine for Medical or Sacramen-
tal uses. Sw.-et wine, old Monon-
gabela or rye whisxy, Cherry
and Cognac brandy, buy at
Mossop's cheap cash store.
IF YOU WANT
trigs. Prunes or dried Cur-
a V'7 ''
tiU: filberts, cream, peen or
i'- erouna nuta. candies. Liquorice
.ic or Liquorice root, out mem
at Mossop's cheap and good.
IF YOU WANT
To boy any other article cheap, be Goods
sore to go to Jiossop, ror he sells. .Good
cheaper for cash than any other Good
person in viearneld county. Goods
November 27. 1861.
ap27 59. Uioods
Amp-ivd ttmntry peoHites of msmy hunt ttUtmt of
u.s. 7-30 Lorn
By authority of the Secretary U the Treenry,
the andersigned has assume! the General 8a
sorTption Agency for the sale of United State
Treasury Notes, bearing seven and three taatka
per cent, interest, per annam, known as die ;
SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN. -
These Notes axe issued under date of August tStk,
IS64, and are payable three years from that tiae,
in currency, or are convertible at tbe optleo ef
the bolder into
U. S. 5-20 Six per cent
These aonds are now worth a premium of ah
per cent., including gold interest from Nor., whtefc
makes the actual profit on the 7-30 loan, at ear
rent rates, iucluding interest, about ten percent,
per annum, besides its exemption from Stat utd
municipal taxation, which adds from one, to tkrt
per cent, mors, according to the rate levied on e
ther property. The interest is payable semi-annually
by coupons attached to each note, whleh
may be cut off and sold to any bank or banker.
The interest amounts to
One cent per day on a $50 note.
Two cents per day on a 100 noto.
Ten cents per day on a 8500 not&
20 cents per day on a $1000 note.
$1 per day on a $5000 note-
Notes of all the denominations named will be
promptly furnished upon re iipt of sabsoriptiosta.
THE ONLY LOAN IN 5IARKET
now offered by tbe Government, and It Is eenf
dently expected that its superior advantages wtB
make it the
Great Popular Loan of tho People.
Less than $200,000,000 remain unsold, whleh wtn
probably be disposed of within the next 00 er 99
days, when the notes will undoubtedly command
a premium, as has uniformly been the ease est
closing the subscriptions to other Loans.
In order that the citisens of every town and
section of country may be afforded facilities for
taking the loan, the National Banks, Stat Banks,
and Private Bankers throughout the country hare
generally agreed to receive subscriptions at par.
Subscribers will select their own agents, in whoa
they have coEfidence, and who' only era to be re
sponsible for th delivery of the notes for whiak
they receive orders.
JAX COO KB,
Subscription Agent. Philadelphia.
Subscriptions will be received at the
First National Bank of Clearfield.
First National Bank of Curwensville.
PROVISIONS. Flonr, bacon, lard, cheese,
dried beef, dried truit, received regularly, at
the store of (Mar. 22 J. P. KRATZER.
OIL. TERRITORY AND LEASES to
sale by II. B. SWOOPK.
Clearfield. Pa . Mar. 22. 188". Att'y at Law.
OR SALE a goob 1 -horse Rockaway Bug-
gy. r or particulars inquire at tbe
March 22. 1865. JOURNAL OFFICE. "
LEATHER an assoitment for sale by
MERRELL A BIGLER
December H. 184. Clearfield
FLOUR A large quantity Extra Family
Flour, in Barrels. ntk's and i Sacks for
sale by Feb. 22. 1355. W. F. IRWIN.
Men, Youths and Boys can be supplied with full
suits of seasonable and fashionable clothing at
REIZENSTEI.N BRO'S ft CO.,
where it is sold at prices that will induce their
purchase. Tbe universal satisfaction which has
been given, has induced them to increase their
s ock, which is now not surpassed by any estab
lishment of the kind ia this part of th State.
Reizenstein Bro's k Co., .
Sell go at a very small profit, for cash;
Their goods are well made and fashionable.
They give every one the worth of bis money.
Tbey treat their customers all alike.
They sell cheaper than every body else.
Their store is conveniently situated.
They having purchased their stock at redueed
prices they can sell cheaper than others
For these and other reasons persons should bay
tbeir clothing at
REIZENSTEIN BRO'S A CO.
Produce of every kind taken at the high est
market prices. May 18, 1864
Purchashed since the late Declino
J. P. KRATZER,
FE0NT STREET, ABOVE THE ACADEMY.
Now Offers a very Large Stock of .
.r GOODS v.,
At a reduction of 25 to 40 per cent i including
Dress Goods in great variety, Merinoes, Ging
hams, Cloths, Delaines, Prints. Cassimeres, Alpac
as, Silks. Satinetts, Reps, Cashmeres, Tweeds, Co
bergs, Mobair. Jeans, Lanellas, Muslins, Flannels,
Bonnets. Cloaks, Ribbons, Balmoral Skirts, Hoop
Skirts, Shawls, Dress Trimming;. Head Neta, Caps,
Corsets. Gloves, Collars, Scarfs. Grenandine Veils,
Table Covers. a
CLOTHING. Coats.- Pants. Vests Over-Coata.
Gent's Shawls, Shirts. Hats, Caps, Under Shirt,
and Drawers, Boots, Shoes, Gum Shoes, cravats.
Gloves, collars .
Hardware, Queensware, Notions, and Muekal
GROCERIES. Tea. coffee, molasses, sugar. salt,
candles, rice, flour, bacon, fish, tobaeeo. raisins,
currants, spices, crackers, wines, brandies, vine
gar, oils, varnish, aloohol,. .
Tinware, glassware, wood wars, and stationary,
HOUSE HOLD GOODS. Carpet, oil cloths. Drug
gets, looking glasses clocks, ebnrns. washboards,
tubs, buekets, flat-irons, pans, window-blinds,
wall paper coal oil lamps, umbrellas, bedoords,
knives and forks.spoons.erocks.and store blacking.
All ot which will be sold on th moat reasonable
terms, and th highest marxet prioe paid for
grain, wool, and all kind of eon nary HvflVM
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