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S. J. ROW, BDITOB iBD PROPRIETOR.
CLEARFIELD, PA.V AUGUST 29, 1866,
-UNION REPUBLICAN STATE TICKTTT. '
x rom GOVKRNOR : I
Maj. Gen. JOHN W. GEASY, of Cumb.; Co.
iir REPUBLICAN DISTRICT TICKET.;",; :
. -,. , FOB ASSEMBLY r i- -
Lt. JOHN M. CHASE, of Woodward Twp.
. 7 Subject to decision of conferees. . f,
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. ,
f AftSofclATK JCDCS3 : i ! "
AETHUE BELL. E3q.,' of Bell township.
Lt. THOS. - LIDDELL, of Clearfield Bor.
-".' ' commsioxEn : : '' ;
JACOB HOOVER. Esq.; of Lawrence Twin
'AUDITOR !' '' ' 1 ..":' i'''
JOHN E ITS SELL, Esq.yof Pena'townshipl
":r What They HaVe Done.- '' y)
"' The Denidcrata, says the ,PitLsburff (?a
faithfully opposed the. war for the TJ-.
nion and did all that was i possible for them
to do to strengthen the hands or the rebels.
They threw obstacles in the way of our sol
diers ; sought to prevent , . voluntary ; enlist-,
tnents into our armies, and advised violent
resistance to the ; Government when it was
necessary to sustain the brave boys in blue,
by prompt reinforcements through conscrip
tion. They did all this, and even more,du
ring the bitter hour of our country's trial.'
To-day they occupy a ' position ' they,' have
never abandoned.", They, are' :ptill enemies
to their country, willing to sacrifice every
thing in order that they be reinstated in
power. Hammering away for six long years
they have at length . pealed a chip from the
Republican block, and are rejoicing at the
prodigious feat they have accomplished. In
doing this they forget that they Jiave sunk
their own organization, arid are made an ap
pendage to a handful of petty politicians
who thirsted for power and popularity
which they never could have obtained in the
Republican ran Vs. The Democrats are wel
come to their victory. They have cleared
the Union party of its worthless members,
and have taken to their bosom an element
which will eventually work mischief and d
truction to themselves. . .',
., ''.' . EoVThe'7 Toted. .. -'' '.
The Copperhead papcre are making
great ado about the "Rump Congress"
passing an Act under which the Members
receive two thousand dollars additional corn
pension and poldiers an additional bounty
of but $100. For the information of those
who desire to fix the responsibility where it
properly belongs, if there is anything wrong
ia the matter ,the Washirgton Reporter h&s
looked up the matter and finds that upon
the report of the committee of conference.
to whom the subject has been 'submitted for
adjustment, the vote stool thus: .
- Dem. Rep. Total.
For the Report, ' r 16 : 35 51
Against lieport, 7, . 43 50
; Here weseethat while a largo majority
of the Republican members voted against
the Report, the Democratic members went
for it by more than, two to one ! We should
think that with so large a majority ot the
Democrats in Congress voting for. the meas
ure, their editorial friends hadn't much to
gairi'by the '' agitation of the subject. They
are welcome, at all events, to all the political
capital they can make but of it
a an a . w
1 The Union Republican State Committee
has issued an address to the people of Penrjr
aylvania advising the appointment of dele
gates theLoyal Southerner's Convention, to
be held in Philadelphia on September 3d
not, however, to take part in the delibera
tions of the Convention, . but as a token ' of
respect to tbo Southern patriots who. stood
firm for the Union during the late rebellion.
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Every whre the rebels are acting as
though they had heard good news. In Cul
pepper, Virginia, jWhen the proceedings of
the Philadelphia' 14th of August Convene
tion were received, -the rebel flag was very
generally hoisted ia ; honor of tho event.
Can any true patriot j doubt the meaning
of this rebel demonstration, or whither the
action of that Convention tends?, J;. ,
".' It is asserted on , Rood (" authority ' that
President -Johnson, said, a few days since,
that in consequence of the way the offices
were being peddled out by Senator Cowan,
more harm than good was being done to his
cause, t With . Cowan as a manager, and
Clymer as a candidate, the prospect of the
State being carried! by the Copperjohns is
growing leas every dayf i . Jl
11 Grand Union Rally. A large and en-;
thusiastic Geary, meeting was held, in Read-'
ing, the, home pf Clymer, on :, Wednesday,
Aaf.i422d i;At least 5,000 visitors were
preaent,of whftm i 0,000 were "boys in blue."
The demonstratioB struck terror into 'the
Copperhead ; rankt. u- Gen. Geary, Gn.
Rartranft, Col, Thorn, and others, addre?fl
A"EevolutifiDl8 It ? A
'In oar issat Auguttlst. 1866, we pcet'
ty'conojusivefyemonsfrated hat the Cop--
ana preparingto precipitate another rebel-,
lion upon this country.;). In proof of the po
sition then assumed we' Quoted from Mont
gomery Blair's speech at Reading on July
18th, in which he said, "I warn my hearers
that they are on the eve of another civil
war," and the threat of the Clearfield' Re-
puUican to "again renew the irrepressible
conflict." ' And now, in further proof ' of
our heretofore expressed opinions of the in
tentions arid purposes of the' Copperhead
leaders who; sympathised with the rebels
during their late unsuccess-fu effort to; de
stroy the Union, we quote from the address
of the 14th of August Philadelphia Conven
tion, as follows i -:Z li -.'
''The ten millions of Americans who live
in the South wpuld.be unworthy citizens of
a Iree country, .degenerate sonai a heroic
ancestry, unfit ever to become guardians of
the rights and liberties bequeathed to us by
the fathers and founders ot this Republic,
if they could accept,- with .uncomplaining
submissiveness, the humiliations thus sought
to be imposed , upon them. -, Resentment of
injustice is always and every icliere essential
to freedom." , .
Here we have a direct appeal to the in
trepidity and passions of ; the Southern reb
els, in view of the memory of their "heroic
ancestry" and their chagrin at their mglorl;
ous failure to establish their rseudo slave
confederacy, to revenge themselves upon
the' heroes who stood by the NatioriV flag
through a four yearsV "civil war to again
raise the paricidal hand and under the plea
of ''resentment of injustice" plunge the as
sassins' dagger into the hearts of the patri
otic and gallant men who prevented . the de
struction of the Union by Southern traitors.
Pertinent to this subject we alo cite the
resolutions of the Reading Copperhead Con
ventiori, In which the leaders of that party
declare that "the President is sworn to en-,
"force the laws,", and in which they call upon
him "fo make the Congress" -what .they
conceive it should be;, and '"adjure him to
"convince the radical disunionists (members
'.' of Congress) by word and deed" that ther
must conform to the whishes and obey the
dictates of the Copperhead leaders and reb
els, who now profess to be the especial and
exclusive friends and supporters of . Presi
dent Johnson. Whether the President will
comply with their modest (?) demands, time
alone will reveal ; yet, judging from the
tone of his speech to the committee appoint
ed to present him with an official copy ot
thfe'proceedings of the Philadelphia Con
vention, the President seems somewhat in
clined to carry put their dictatorial mani
festo. On that occasion he said, t
'.'We have seen hanging upon the verge
of the Government, as it were, a body called,
or which assumes to be, the Congress of the
United States." - ... - ,
If the President is not inclined' to carry
out the edicts of the Copperhead leaders in
Pennsylvania, why use such language ? Why
denominate our National Legislature as "a
body called; or which assumes to be, the
Congress of the United States ?" i! Why in
timate that that . body was. a mere fungus
"hanging upon the verge of the Govern
ment," when he has heretofore recognized
it as the legitimate law-making power of the
Union bv sending to it annual, special and
veto messages, and treaties for, ratification ?
There is, we opine, but one solution to these
questions.'' The expressions used in refer
ence to that Congress were hardly accident
al, but designedly. If so, they . have but
one meaning.;: They were intended, so to
speak, as ; the entering wedge of another
revolutionperhaps, as a hint to his co-ad-
jutors to prepare the way for the treating of
the Congress of the United States, upon its
re assembling in December next, after the
manner of . the Louisiana Convention, when
it convened in iNew Orleans on the 30th of
July last If this is not the solution df the
President's language, what is its meaning?
'Wait and see," is an old maxim, and
we will obey, the injuction ;.' but, in the
mean time, it is the duty of every patriotic
citizen to be watchful of passing events, so
as to be prepared to meet any emergency
that may arise. : "Vigilance, is the' price of
liberty; : and hence we trust that all the
nefarious schemes of the enemies of our be
loved land may be frustrated, and the Union
perpetuated to the end of time. . t 1
Hiester Clymer could not stand the pres
sure in Reading during the monster Geary
demonstration in that city on ""Wednesday
last. He left the city early that day for Potts
town. : Poor Clymer!. f he and his party are
dwindling into nothingness more and more
every day; : It is an ill omen that drives a
Berks eounty Democrat from the limits of
that stronghold during a Republican mass
meeting. 'Telegraph; yy u.'r , r
5" : ' . '. " :
Crowed too : soon. A: dispatch was
read in the Philadelphia Convention, on
Aug. 14th. that the Copper-Johnson dele
gate to Congress from Colorado, was elected.
The complete returns show that the Repub
lican candidate was eleeted. ' -7 v - I.-, .
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' It ia reported thit Mr. ' Cowan asked ber
mission to address the Union meeting which
was held ;in Geensburg, his home,' last week;
and that the meeting decided by a nnaninous
vote not to hear him, i Bad on Cowan, that.'
Gen. James Nagle; of Schuylkill county,
who served with distinction in the Mexican
war and also in the war against the rebellion,
died at his residence in Potteville on Ang.
22d, of heart diseaM.
-S: Tha MaUvt. Dr. Dostie,
Tiie brutal murder of the Union hero,
Drj Dostie. '"bv thv Rebel mob at ew Or- J
leans on the 30th of July, has given the
'Copperhead and Rebel press a rare oppor
tunity to'caluminate that sincere,? though
impulsive patriot ""The Richmond Exami
ner speaks of the "miserable wretches who
were "sacrificed to popular justice and
"fury in New Orleans;" but the Mobile,
Alabama, Tribune, of the 3d August, , has,
perhaps, ,themost, outrageous article, that
has' "been written W the subject.' In order
to show our readers what kind of spirit ani
mates a reconstructed Rebel editor, (whTch
mav also be regarded as an .index to the
feelings of . the whole" tribe' in the South.)
we copy the article entire. It Js as follows : r
''"Another 'name is added to the' list of
Abolition 1 martyrs: 'Dostie has gone the
way of JohttRrowri, '"marching along" to
ward a ountfy,: compared with the 'climate
of which, even the - heat of these dog-days
will be considered cool. "Brick" Pomeroy,
some time back; drew a very graphic picture
of a three-handed game of cards that the
souls of: three Abolition martyrs, of. which
J im Lane was one, were playing .around a4
red-hot iron table in hell, and intimated
that one more was wanted to make a four
handed game. They are now gratified, for
Dostie will do to take a hand till some more
important personage (Benjamin the Beast
for example) arrives to take . his allotted
place. .The soul of little Dostie, the barber,
may then be employed curling the shadowy
hair of John Brown if John can be. made
to step "marching on" long euough to have
his hair curled. , , ,.r , ,4
Some time ago .Dostie was trying to get
up an excitement' by declaring to a set of
horror-stricken Radicals, and negroes -with
eye-balls pipping out of their- heads, that
somebody had been dogging his steps with
intent to shoot him with an empty horse
pistol or a bottle of ginger-pop. He was
joking about that; but alas ! it was no joke
this time. The poor barber who had gen
erously given up the shaving of white men
iu Chicago, to come South to shave negroes,
thus ended his career in a manner little iu
keeping with the inoffensive mode of life of
a knight of the striped pole.:?.Dosti:is
dead ! t That garrulous barber tongue of hi3
will wag no more ' ; - . ,
"Take him op tenderly, -
" , Lift hiia with care." ' ' " ' 1
What to do with him? This is a practi
cal age in which we live, and we must turn
everything to account. There are a great
many suffering negroes in the South, in
spite of the Freednien's Bureau,1 and the
number ot plantations' demanding the hoe.
Let Dostie's skin' be forthwith stripped
from bis body, stuffed and sold to Barnum
the proceeds to go to the Freedmen's Bu
reau and negro newspapers, to be used by
them for the benefit of negroes who have
no taste for work. Dostie's body will make
good soap. ' Let him be boiled down, pre
paratory to being distributed in bars to Yan
kee "school marnis." Delicious will be the
kisses sipped by those angular females from
ebony cheeks, late lathered with sweet
scented Dostie." ' , "." ;. '.'.',(
..Brutal, malignant arid fiendish ashis ar
ticle is, it is after all but a text which has
been promptly followed by Northern Cop
perhead editors. ' Even the ' Clearfield Re
publican, the home organ of Mr. Wallace,
Chairman of the Democratic State Commit
tee of Pennsylvania, having caught the cue,
indulges in a petty tirade about Dr. Dostie
having ''kept a barber shop at Amsterdam,
N. Y., where he became indebted to every
body,"' and "left the town abrubtly one
night,1 forgetting to pay, even his washer
woman." , It is to such villification of a.
murdered man that the organs ot the once
great Democratic party are compelled to re
sort ' as a means of sustaining a bad and
sinking caused ; 'All ' they will gain by it,
they are welcome to enjoy. ! , . .
: The Difference Stated.
., The cool impudence of the late rebels is
well exhibited in the following extract from
the speech of Gov. Orr, of South Carolina,
to the Johnson-Cly mer Club of Philadelphia :
"We, of the South, believed we had a
right to secede from the Union. You thought
not, for we were brought up in different
schools. An appeal to arms was made a
long and bloody one. It ended in your tri
umph, and in our subjugation.'.! v,
Governor Orr wa3 a delegate to the Phil
adelphia Convention, arid headed the pari-,
toiuimica procession which made such a
sensation in that august body and caused
tears at the White House. In his opinion
loyalty and treason are only ' differences of
opinion. To take up arms'against the Gov
ernment and flag of the nation merely, an
assertion of a fancied political right ;' and a
resultant war of four - years merely a! very
proper mode of determining the question.
In his opinion no more odium' attaches to
their huge crime than does to a party, who
are beaten at a lawful election. Such are
the loose ideas with which these men seek
to come back into the Union,and with which
the President and his abettors are trying to
get them back. ! They "believed they had a
right to secede from the Union." : Is there
any evidence that they don't believe so still ?J
xnere is sona verity in mepia aisucn
"A man, convinced against hia.will, . ,
Ia ot the same opinion still." . v .-
,: Democartic Logic. -One of the Demo-'
cratic orators at the Reading meeting was
moved, by a shower of rain which scattered
the crowd, to say, IIThis is a propitious raiu;
rain makes corn, corn makes , whisky, whis
ky makes ' Democrats.'' And ho should
have' added, " Democarts' make rebellions,'
and rebellions' desolate the land, drench it
in blood and fill it with groans'. rTelegraph: :
The Tribune says: '' We 'have i, report
from Washington, 'which .'we credit, that
Gen. Phil. Sheridan has been1 relieved from
his command and Gen. J.1 B.' Stead man I sent
down to take his place. ';; " ' .' .
: It is"announced that a treaty of neat has
been signed by. Prussia, Italy and Austria,
land Bavaria, and that, Napoleon has relin
quished all claims to v en it i a.
T; J0JpiEESVE0B. ..i C
x All honorably, discharged?, soldiers in tlie
County of Clearfield,' are Yequef ted to: as
semble id County Convention, atjlie Court
House, im. ihe Borough of Cletorfic.'a',- on
m euHesuag eceinng, ,sepiemoer iOf(, icoo,
to adopt such measures as will promote the
election of Maj.-Gen.-John V.r. Geary,' the
soldiers' candidate for Governor of Penn'a,
as also the success of the other candidates
of the Union party.' We believe in stand
ing by .those who stood by us. while-fighting
the battles, ol the Uft Wand its' flagi Li-i lI
CCRWEXSVILLE AND PIKE T'WP.
Col. E; "A' Irviri, PaTRiaeY."
Pol .Inhn Trrin HQlh P V
... J no. r. iiara.a . 1st i'a. lUUi
. Frank A.. Fleming,
John B; Brink,' ; '
',. R. It. Fleming,' ;s,
Wm. B. 1 lemphill,
James r. Ross,
1st Pa. Rifles;
' 149th P. V.
"1st Pa. Rifles.'
. 1 1st Pg.. Rifles,
-list Pa Rifles.
: G4th P. V..
1st Pa. Rifles.
Frederick Caldwell, . r , . . ; ,1 7,th U. S. , . , ,
I;,W. Hancock,' ;: :;;88th;K V, V4
Samuel W. Fullerton, .17th IJ. S.
Harvev Smith, ' a!
.Wm. ii. stage,;; ;:;,
J. P.' Cornett,
James McDowell, "
George L. Way,
, J. Elliott Kratzer, .
Charle? E. Hoel, '
.Wm. G. Derrick, :
James K. Hancock,
Wm. G. Addleman, ' ;
Newton Bailey, '
George H. Sweet,
M.J.Caldwell,' ' i
James Spence, '
O..B. Welsh, ' '.,'.
' .II. P. Towns, ,: : .1 :
i Wm. Green,
R. A, Ingles, ::" :
; Adolph Kschieschang,
Daniel W. Smith,
: Robert Leech, ' ' ' .
'Moses C. Norris, ; ;
. John II. Brady, . '
Lalayette Caldwell, . ;
'Alex. - Robertson, ; .
E. A. Hoover,
Thos. W. Hemphill,
John A. Speady,
Harvey F. Passmore
; &. B. Hancock; '
II. A. Addleman," '
(' Samuel .Caldwell,.1;;
.'- Seymore Ross, ) .',
:. D. O. Crouch, ; !
' Wm. M. McEntosh,
E. P. Trout, ; ' '
149th P. V.
149th P. V.
.'i40th p. v.r
149th P. V.
149th P. V.
,1st Pa. Rifles.
105th R S V; ''
1st Pa. Rifles.
149th P. V;
1st Pa. Rifles.
84th P. V.
5th Pa. Res.
5th Pa.' Res.
fist Pa.' Rifles'
1 49th P. V. . ,
97th P. V.
Ensr. U- S. A.
; lsfPa. Rifles.
I 55th P., V,,,
58th P. V.
5Sth P. V. :
;84th R V. r
: 9th Cavalry. -;
: 1 st Pa." Rifles. '
llth Cavalry. ;
5th Pa. Res.
5th Pa. Res. '
58th P.'V. '
9th Cuvalrv.' ' -104th
1st Pa. Rifles.
- brait Tcvyxsnrp.
Thompson Kirk, Co. C 5th. P. R.
Jacob T. Lines,
Edward M. Daily,
. Jaseph Shugarts,
J.' H.' HeasJey,-
C. W, Blanco, ;. (
. James Clark,
;u Daniel Heiges,. - -
' Joseph Kritzer,
J. S. Griffin,
J. W. Barber, ;
' Henry Shaffer,
Andrew Walls, ;
Jno.' R. Shaffer, '
R. V. Williams,
Pen-y II. Gelnett,
Jj. B. Carlisle,' . i ;
J. Milton Carlisle, j
John M. McIIenry,
;B:P. Rolls. ' , ;
' Jno. II. Reed, .. .'';
Flenry L: Weaver, ;
Francis Kreamer, ' '.
John M. Shaffer,
Joseph W. Ridden,
Jno J. Rishel, " '-'- i
George Depp, ,-,
George A. Hilburo,'.
; Martin AsbimUter, ,
Jno. M. Miller, .;
' Charle Berry, ' ' '
. Lewis H. Botlinger, ;
". Malcom A, Cameron, .
B 149th P. V.
II 105th P. V.
' K 57th P. V.
E 172d P. V.
II 149th l V.
B 14Jth P. V.
F58th P. V.
K 84th P. V. '
I 103d P. V.
C 70th P. V.
F 53th P. V.
I 105th P. V.
I 149th P. Vjt
D 105th P. V.;
,1 14th P. V.'C.
G 5Sth P. V.
F-145th P. V.
G 4Sth P. V.
D 201st P. V.
A 105th P. V.
A 105th P. V.
G 12th P.-W"
K 105th P. V.;
K 105th P. V.
El72d P. V. ;
F 116th R-V.'
E 62J P. V.
E 172d P. V.
El72d P. V,
B 7SR V.
, E 18th U. S. j
. C. 29th P. V.
G 48th P. V.
F 105th P. V.
F 105th P. V.
A l(r.,U T V-
f nofri. v,
v &sth R V.
SlfAWS VILLE AND TICINITTV ; " ' '.'-'
Miles Miller, ' , . : Co. K 84th P. V.'. .,
James Lingle, 1 -WTm.
H.; Strickland, : :
. T. Mi Lingle,-,
G. W. Lingle, :
Enoch Conoway, i ; . i
I'. k. vnoway,
Daniel Graham, r ,
! Allen Coupler, , '
Bobt Graham, :i;
Wm." A. Nelson,(.(
S. B Lingle,' .,,.u
B 29th P. V.
C5th P. V. -F
191st P.'V. "
E 45th l V.
".CoK 84thR Vr
. "ii 29th r'v.;;
"'K 84th P.'V,-'
" K 84th P. V;
" E 149th P. V. '
. ," K.84th V. V:
C P. R. V. 0.
H 62d P. V. i
T ; UNIpN TQWN6HIP.- ,
D 105th P. V.I
D 105th P. V.
. D 105tb 1'. V.-v
C 105th P. V.
. C 105th P. V. .
C 105th P. V.o.
K 84th P. v:
K 84 th P. V,
, ,73d Pal' Re&.
- A. D. Iloel.
W. D How, ; f
; Irvin J. Crick,".,".
J.W.T. Hollopeter, V
Jos. S. Harley,
S. M. Bailey, '- r
. Wm. IT. Clowser, '
Wnu Sbull, . . ., ,.
John A. Scofleld, : . L
" Casper Gelnett, 'iu .
John Keiseigle, : !
. Michael Hubert,' , ' '
;L , ' " J OUD AN ' TO VTN S HIP. h'li ; ' - ''-
.. T. J. Thomson, " - ;; ' 190th P. V." v
Wilson Straw - .- , :.,9th Cavalry.,f;
George W. Gregory, vSth Cavalry.
, V"hnC., Bloom, 9th Cavalry.
Wm. Thomson, ' 71 9th Cavalry. '
?IrerART?,i11- ni a.i?.r
j John -A. : Dillon, i 9th Cavalry. .,
- Arthur B. Straw, , uii ..9th Cavalry.
, - "WOODWARD TOWNSHIP, ETC.:i '' f!'
'' ?t0 MT ChaSe' V,r 149th P. V. V' -
Thus.' Hockeolmrger, i 68th P. V. u -Joseph
Riegle, 45th P. V; '" -
T. IL Barnett, stli , Aj8h,PV,;,P-,
R--A. Goss, .v ' A 63d U-.S.. ' l
Lloyd Goss, vv. .u afr;;T. 45th -.R ,n
;Ed. D. Gos, , 149tb.R V.
sWm; A- WTiiteiade,1!',-' '1st Pa. Art?
C. II. Hensil, ; 165th P. V.
V m. Bisseker, ;;:,;f,7-" ' 'lS8th PI VJ tf.
John M. Jamej, 1 ' 10th P. V -
K Jsaiic Ilegirty. :f
J ' R Status )
; Wm, O'Harron,
. CLEARFIELD BOROfjaiT. ')
Thomas-lrtddell ,; James JL HarW
John W. rOgden, Joseph W. Whiter
Wesley B. Miller,
Henry C. Owens, -
Alfred M. Smith,
Natnan B. Trude.
, S. M. Bailey.
Richard Shirk, w
John W. Gahagan,
, Smith BrWilljams,
Jno. R- Irwin,
. C..E. Washburn,
John W. Owens,
-R." J. Shaffner, ' ----J.
Z. C. McCullough,
Wra. R. Brown,
Miles H, Haney.
, .RS Young,..,..
J. Sv Showers,; ,v
G.- W. 'Luzier,
.Too W TVwrl.
I IV ! 'T'l V
,; .rerainana joraan,
! David McGaughey,
' -'Parker J. Gardner,
M. S. Lawhcad, . James W, Owens,
Jacob Stine, ; - ' R. J." Forrest, " " '
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ecutora' notices, 52,50, each; DiMolutionir $2;
all other tranaient Notice at the came ra'ea
Other a1rrtiement at $1,60 per q a are, for 3 cr
lest maertiona. Tea line (or leu) count a iqaare
XTl L I.T A MSPJRT
CAl'TION All persons are hereby caation
eJ against purchasiog or in may way med
dling wilh.one horsctwo waona. ui four f toves,
now in the poistasion of Wra. vDtf, of Osceola,
aa the same belong to me and have only been left
in the care of aid Evauu, a ad are aubject to my
order at anjr time.
Aujr. soth.iHoa. Samuel mitcuell
AlTTION'i-All pei eons are hereby caution
ed aeaiost porcbaiune or in anv wov med
dling with two horfes, a wagon and harness, and.
a certain individual intereat in a rteam engine
and shingle mill. now in pnsseuieo of George Hill,
of Ueocoria tp., aa the. came Ix-loa 3 to- mt ,and
bare oolj been left in the care of said Hill', ani
are subject to my order. - -Aug.
M, 18fid.-3tp GEORGE UAGERTi.
AND 'TELEGRAPHIC IN-
STITUTUK. Bookkeeping, Penmanship. Arith
metic, Commercial Law. Cuai nets forms, cor
respondence,' telegraphing, phonography. Ac,
practically tanght both day and evening '
We guarantee facilities for instruction which
are no expelled by any similar institution in the
country. ' For full particulars, specimens of pen
manship. Jte, Address. , 1AVLS 4 BO'.VEN. " "
August -21). IH35. Williamsport. Pa.
WANTED AGEXTS $75' ToTS200''rEli
. MONTH for gentlemen, and $35 to $75 for
ladies, everywhere, to introduce the Common
Sense Family Sewing Machine, improved and
perfected. It will hem, fell, stitch quilt, bind,
braid, and embroider beautifully price only 520
making the elastic lock stitch, and iully war
ranted for three years . We pay the abov wages,
or a commission, from which twico that amount
can be made. Address or call on C ROWERS A
CO., office. No, 25 South 5th St., Philadelphia
Pa. All letters answered promptly, with circu
larg and terms. Ang. 23, ISfttf.
REGISTER'S NOTICE Xotice is hereby
given, that the following accounts have been
examined and parsed by me. and remain filed of
record in this office for the inspection of heirs,
legatees.creditors.and all other in ftirr other way
interested, and wilt be presented to the next Or-:
phans' Court of Clearfield county, to be held at
the Cnnrt Hons, ia the Berougb of Clearfield;
commencing on the 4th Monday of Sept., 13R6V : '
' Final account of Cbrinian Korb, guardian of
Christiana Merwine, njinorchild of Conrad Mer
wine. late of Brady tp. Clear&old eonnty, dee'd
The account of Thomas Mehaffey, gamdian of
Henry Clay Pearce.! minor child of Jonathan
Penrco. late of Chest tp.. Clearfield county .dee'd
; The account of Thomas Mehaffcy: gujrdi'au of
H. M. Pearee, minor child of Jonathan Pearce":
late of Chest tp Cleov6eId county, dee'd. "' ' ' ''
Final account of John Korabaugh. guardfan of
Cathaeine Pearee, minor child of Jonathan Pearee,
late of. Chest tp.. Clearfield c.iunty, dee'd. - '
Final account of John Korabaugh.' gnardian of
James Pearee, minor -ehfld of Jonathan Pearee,
late of Chei-t tp., ClearBeld county; dee'd.1 ' - -
The account of Ilartmick Buck, Adm'r.of Chat
C. ?uck. late of Bradford tp., Clearfield county,
deceased.. ;.. -: -
Final account of Thomas F Riahel. executor of
the last will and testament of .Samuel KUhel.late
of Brady tp . Clearfield county, dee'd. ,
Thi partial account of James B. Clark.' Adm'r.
of Patrick Qi-.inn. late of Tenn tp. Clearfield
Final account of Samuel Byers,,administrat r
Of Wm. H. Lloyd, deceased. '. f 'j
The Final account -of James Wrigley, AdminU.
trator of the estate of Rudolph Lits, late of Boggs
tp.. Clearfield eonnty dee'd. ' ' . 1 --, ;., .n -.
- Final account of A. S. Goodrich, administrator
of Samiel Watson.late of Bradford tp., Clearfield
county, deceased; ; 1 ;
Final account of Wm. B.' Alexander, cxeentro
of the last will and testamcnt-of Wm. B. Alexan
der, Sr ; late of Woodward tpj, Clearfield county,
deceased. I. G. BAKGER,-: : 1
Kegiater s-Qfflce. Aug. 29.: '66. Reg i. tori
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER SHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing be
twen Jacob Kider of Snyder township, Blair
oounfy. and Jcbn W,' Gahegan of Tyrone, BJam
county, carrying on a marbtvyard in C'loarfleid
town, Clearfield county. Pa known as tbo firm of
J. W. Gahagan A Co., is this day dissolved by con
sent of both parties. JACOB RIDKH; . -'.-t
Aug. 18, 18ia -tp. ".-' JOHN W. GAHAGAN.
GRAPE ' VINES I FOR SALE AH the
' leading hardy varieties of fir?t quality ;
Concord,' 1 year Old 25 ets each, or $2 Off per 100.
, ' f . 2- " 50 " "- n i0 00 Pe:
Rebecca.1 . " .50 " 'best white grape.
lona, 1 "' '. St 50 best Amber grape
Any other varieties below nursery prices. "Or
ders solicited as soon as convenient and filled in
rotation. , - -;- A .M.-HILLS.-
7-B Vines ready for removal by the 15th of
October. - ' '- Clearfield. Pa , Aug. 22. 1 86 .
VENDltE-There wiM! be sold at'pnblic out
cry. -at the residence cf the Rubicriber in
Pike township. on Saturday, Sept. JstISga, the
following property ; One yoke of young cattle,
well broke; one good milk cow, six ..ton of good
timothy hay, and oats and rye traw. "'Iso
plows, barrows. one good log sled and wind mill.
together with a var-ety of household and kitchen
f urniture. Sale to commence at I o'eloek, p. m.,
when terras will be made known.
Aug. 22, 18fi6.-pd. , GEORGE abOA'tX s
Kufus D, llollobaugh or Georg' W. oraoton,
who supposed to have- enKsted in- the t Pa.
-7.' C.0- F' from Clearfield eonnty.- If this
notice henld reach the eye -or Rums D. Hollo
bafh or George W. Seranton.it wtn be gveatly
to hrs interest to f esponej te ft? Any b4y know
Jng feis fate will eonfer a great favor and be m-.
snably rc.wa,rdetfj 'addressing . ff Htfobin
sod.. Belief out e. Fa ; or Capt. Martin Dolan.Miles
onrg: Centre eonnty. Pa. ' Ang 22. ?Mi
PRbTlSldNS.-Tlonr, bacon,' lard, VAeesWl
dried beef, dried frnH.' retJelTed regnTnrly. at
the store of - Mar. 22,1" J-P. KRATZER.-
nERiriTS SALES. By rlrfne of
er. VtHduiont t-xpottam. issued oataf ti
Common Pleas of Clearfield eoontr k!
at the Court H
.thee will be exposed topBi,i"e'JJ.
ouMinthe Borough of CU.rs.i'"
MONDAY the 21TH DAY OF SEPTEMBElt rjte
.the following described Real Kftate. to wit'T
Two certain tracts of land situate in Kartfct
tp.: Clearfield eounty. Pa., on thereof hoaadl'
east by land of Edward MoGarve? , south fcy lt!j
of J aeob Miohaelsi aud west and north by Isrj,
01 donn uugui. couuming isn acres, biB. .j
cleared, and having a frame house and leeban
erected thereon. The other thereof bound.
east by land of James Roncb. south by
Moore, meet and north by lands of Isaac McCw
key, and containing one hundred aeres, binrT '
improved. Seljed taken tnexecoo.'(ndtk
sold as the property Jbf William MiohaeU., t -
Also A certain tract of land situate" i'njfj.
ris tp., Cleat field county, Pa , bounded by W.
of John llin on the ast.'on the south byU&f
Peter Sehwarts, on the west by land of J0W
Hockenbury, and oq twe north by lands ef Itci
riab J one, eontajaing'. sixty-two aeroa..wiih fo,.
ty-five cleared, and a log house and barn treeiei
thereon. Seised, takea in execution, and to U
eold as the property of John Davis. -
Also A certain tract of land sicnate ia JatitL
tp.. Clearfield eounty, Pa, bounded on the east b
Land of; Robert Patterson., south by land af ptlL
Patterson,' west by lands of John Glasgow, ail
north by land of John McXeal, containing ibort
119 acres 5 acres cleared, and having a log hoais
and barn erected thereon .Seized, taken in u.
Cution,. and to he rold ax the property of Dtni
liobison and Thomas Kobifon. -
Also A certain tract of land situate in Cltjt
township. Clearfield county, Pa., bounded 01 th
east by Robert Pennington,. John Smead on tbt
south. ll. H. Hurdon the west, and Wm Woa4
the north, containing aboatiO acres, with twentr
flve acres cleared, and having a frame house aat
log stable erecUtt) thereon. ,: Seised, taken ia .
ecutionrand to be sold as the property of YVilijia
W.:i Wilson. 1t; t-.-. f-' - -
Also A certain tract of land situate in Pent
township, Clearfietd county,. Pa.. Boandad Lts)
by land ot Read A Weaver, South by laud of
Fenton A S. Derrick, West and North by lacjjtf
E. Fenton, containing about 108 acres, with u
acres cleared and. bavins; a frame house and It
barn erected thereon... Seized, and taking in tit
ci'tion, and to be sold as. the property of Usorga
Fullerlon. ,j ' .
Also A certain tract of land situate in Boggi
tewasbip, Clearfield eounty, Pa, Bounaedoatca
East, Wet and North, by lands of' James B 'lir'
huu, and on the South bj.land of Jacab Smes
eontaining 11 acres, with H acres cleared, an4
having a small frame house and stable ereete
thereon Seized, a pd taken in execution, and t
be sold as the property of Enoch G. Gray
Also A' certain tract of land situate in Woed
ward townfhip, 'learfield county. Pa. Bundti
on the South by litnd of S. Sboff, West by land gf
S. Sboff. .and North and East by turnpike roadt,
containing about i acre and having a large fraas
bouse and stable erected thereon- Seized, and
taken in execution, and to fc sold at the propar-.
ty of Nan'ey Henilerson. '- ....- .
Also A certain tract of land aituate i a Beeea
ria tp., Clearfield eounty.. Pa ,: bounded eastb
land of Graham A Co , nor'-h by lands of Joepk
Berge. south by Clearfield creek, containing about
one hundred and fifty acres. Seized, taken ia
execution, and to be sold as the property ot. kin
ry W, Killwar . . ,
Also, by virtue of nodry writs fit' alias Jf fa f
the lollowing described real estate.:
A piece o( land situate in Pike tp., Clearteli
county. Pa .' beginning at a white oak. tbecei
north tU j erches to a post, thence east 5 perch
to a hemlock: south 43 perches, to a white ok.
east 2 1 perches to a red oak.' west 27 per. to pit
of beginning, eontaining 9 acres and 65 perch
and allowance.- Seised, taken in execution, aU
to be sold as the property of James A. Boat.
Also one other tract of land situate a tli
township of Morris, county of Clexrfield, sod
State of Penn'a. bounded and described, as fal
lows; to wit : beginning at stone at the north watt
corner, thence by land of Grats, south eighty
nine degrees, east one hundred and forty-five ptt,
to stones by chestnut thence by lands of Sauaw
and John Hoover south ene degree, weat one hua
dred aod seventeen perches to stouea, thence bj
land of lri. north- eighty-nine degrees, t
one hundred and forty-five perches to stone,
thence by land cf the same, north one dcjrti.
east one hundred and seventeen percbet-to.iba
place of beginning, eontaining one Lucdred sonu
and t ie usual allowance for roads Ae. Seixeda
ken in execution, and to be sold as the prupmrr
of John Sirnsser, William Ziuimeiman and carta
Zimmerman, i -r-; -n: v," : --
Also, by virtue of a writ of Zvtvin Facial, tbt
following described real estate, to wit: -:
All that certain one story frame building tot
derrick, situate in the township of Bee-aria.
Clearfield county, Pa, on the north side of tit
township road leadtDgfrom Hegarfy'rerom rotdi
to Madera, said building being t& .feet in ItBftk
and 14 feet wide.: and the derrick: 16 feet jqeaia
and 50 feet high, together with engine machinery
and fixtures therein contained, on a tract of Itol
owned by the Madera Oil Company, conttiiior
eight acres, more or lesr 'Seised, taken is ilf
cution. and t be sold a the property vf tbt -dera
Oil Company.!i-"'1 i-'i--. ,.rt ,t.- 1.
Aug. 22. 1S&.. -i 1 JACOB FAUSTSheril
' AT MARYS VI LLE
CLEARFIELD CbtJXTr PA,' ; ,
r, - ,.; . i -i- . y
The undersigned would respeetfally-aniisa"
to the citixens of Clearfield eoanty. that it "
opened a now store in Marysvitla, and that be is
now receiving a large and splendid assorubastst
seasonable goods, -such as -r,, ; J ' ,;
Hard-ware'' Queens-nrc,' Groceri?,
Drugs, Oils. Paints and Glass, Boots. Sbees, Eta
-.and Caps,. Clothing, and Stationary . '
and in fact a general assortment of goods,
a are generally kept in a country store.
t Desirous of pleasing the public, he will est k
best endeavors to kep on hand the bestef fj0
and thereby hopes to merit a liberal sbare of pst'
ronage. Call before purchasing elsewhere." I
determiaed to sell goods at moderate prices I
cusb.-or.exobange them for every deeripf'w
of Lumber, ai market prices . ' ,
V Sept. 27,1366. . STACf W. THOMPSO-V
p''A?yl'J !A;T!T:iN T I 0 S f
j j GOOD, BAU AISS; f ,
. ' ATTTHI CLE A BF IB LD yoUJTOBT.1
- W hereby'nottfy'tlje pubMo. that fheFoinjl'I
in the Borough of Clearfield, has been pat
blast, by the undersigned, who are now readJJ
accommodate the community with anything!"
taining to our line of business We kP J
stantly on hand a general assortment of iteveisw
eastings, amang which are the following ' ' '
lCook, Parlor and Ten-plate Storrt,,
for , burning' either bod or coal ; Sa
'mander stores, "No. -4; Vase sto,
i' No's 3 and 4 ; ; - Wash-kettles, 36 -f
i and 20 gallons; Farm dinner-
bell3, two sizes Fire grates, '20 and 23
" inches ; Plow and plow-casting-'
We are also prepared to mue all kind of fi
and SAW-MILL IRONS, ana special attrt
will be paid to the repairing of Tnaxsai J
Persons in want of tTtWnrfn our 7?
iu won v give at a can. every oc'r w
ppiroved country produce "and old 'net,;fS
n exchange for our manufactures. ' ,h'B,13
market price.. - - " rjARLEY
- CfearfiM Kn'f' -lout -t : "
YOTICE.-TT.e epartnersbip heretcWJ".
1 1 isting between X: B. :'Lonr oes sn
Stnrtevant in the manufactkre offrawedsbrafT;
planing business, ate., at Oseeola,ls thi" g,
olvd by mutual consent'of Vhe parties:,;
Sturtevant withdrawing froni said " ' '
' B LNG 6'
' Aneunti:i3fio. - A.8.STrRTEVAi,
FISIT a general variety; lost fciea I sr-