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H. F. N AUQLI,
Cl.OfK AD HATCH MUM,
in mi mn
rpilR tahnrlber rorrwcttaliy lafermi hit aid
I utrae aad the publie rlly, that be
ini bend, lead Ii evn.tantly rring ee
aeditl.nl Iberet,) Urc; iuee af
Clocks, Watches and Jewolry,
txrl keep Jeerelry la til lit forms aad f
diterent velnel, tlhr by lb pl.ee or eel
W ATCH ES-A full aaeorla tnl of either Hold
gr film, made by Ihe bill Aa ericas aad for.
, tuanufeniurere, iaeludluf a sue lot of r old
end eilver burning ecu, lull Jeoeled, fuut
fLoCKS Of all d.a!...!.. nAnil.it... r.l.l.l
day and thlrt.hoor, of (ither w.tjoi, iprinf or
. J k...k .... L - j - i
leTora, wMi mu aia.ro..
RKPAtKINO All kinda of Watches and
Clock tOpaiiad, and warranted.
In addition to whit I have enumerated, I keep
a full eMortwentof MPRCTATLKH. colored end
nuia k .. . uuiiii rrnoina rib vl LO.
Ldaiik,' Pnifwa niTTTvu truit'vj j
prv" " .t ej v i a u ntui no, i
feet erer-thing in ihe Jewclrjline. If fail to
hire an una just wnn e eusLoaner nay need, I
itl ordsr Her Aral evi.rt.iA. lthnuta.i,. Kir
A liberal fliare of public patronegr it solicited.
mj 1 1009-7 AAUULiJI.
j, dtalinctly ao
J d.relood that
'J they warrant
-: ibit machine
I it la rcom
'f mended x
'l celline; otbar
j machines bjr p
r ita being 000
1 ftruotad on
I true pbilnoo-
; pita. It Hill
i axtraot lb
i iargat pioa
pod It abova
In tba aula
and will pull
iinia -- ..
tan aaaa ama i lha dirt frota tba rooU tftar
aitractad. It will null (owing to tba aiaa af tba
atompa) fnira fort- ta oat kaadrod aw day. It
wUI altbar '.ara tbata orar. ar aaapaad tbaaj la
ba propprd up, aa d.alrad. Tba Krapriatora
build tba KitrMlor, dalirar it. and laat it an tba
t farm of tba psrabaaar 1 and If it daaa aot raadar
, eomplata aaliafactiaa, aajdo Jaalal raeaaiai.nd
ad, tbaj will uka it awajr and tbarga aot.lng
lor tbair tranbla. Prioa r Maablna, IIM to.
1 lawatblp and aaantyri.bu far aala. Wt
I'bara aa traraling araau. Addraaa
Jalaraoa Lisa P. 0, Claarlald C, fa
Wa, lha andanlgnad, baring wltsaaaad lb
I trial af T. I. Bootk'i Improrad gtsaip Eitraatw
i! oa tba farm of H. H. Moora, aaar Latbaraborg.
f oa Saturday aad Monday, tba Ttb aad lib of
I Karanbarr taba plaaaara la aaying ta tba pab
lis. tbat wa boliara It ta ba tba baat aaaabiaa
I aowia aaa foraatracllag itaanpa, II iiaf limpla
I'eoaitruetion, eaally managed, aot liabla ta gal
I out of order, and Tarj durable. Foar Men took
tba eaaubioe froai tba wagoa, wbaa antiraiy
1' lart, put it tngetber, aad pulled a large piaa
I ituoip ia leea tbaa ona boar. Wa aaw two aaaa
I full a large (tamp with aaaa. Tbey aaa a haraa,
I nut ba doaa hia work la taking aut Ika largeet
I Mumpa, witbout a bard pulL Mr. Iloatb, tba
I Patentee, fully aodariunda patting ap aad
I handling tba vaaobina. Wa would adviaa tboaa
I in want of tonap extra flora to eea tbia ona teeud
before purcbaatog aleawbara, wkieb tbay aaa d
free of charge by ealliag oa tba Prnprielora.
.1. C. Barreu, J. W. Xtrkard, R.V. bpackoaan.
John Noldtr, John Kirk. J. W. Uakagaa,
IL II. :oore, J. W. Wallaea, W.B. Alexander,
ilea. Klllnger, D. Beak, Andrew Wilaoa,
S. J. Horn, Wa. K. Irrin, E. J. Kirk,
Jaaiel Moora, L. B. Carlila, 6eo.Wilaoa. a.
Urar Flegal, Frod'k Eailey, aorll ly
The Lightning Tamer.
rpHB ndtriijrefd ara lha tola AfrnH la tali
1 ftantv for tba "North American (Ulrnlif(i
i.JHTM.ViJ RODS." Tjaaaara tba only mft
tvdi tow ia aaa. and ara oaduraad by all tha
(cicBtifto naa ia th oountry.
M o harabv aotifr tba oitisana of lha oouaty
Ik at vo will pal thea op a hattor rod. and tor
aia aioaay. tbaa ia eharrad b tha furairn
grata wbu onnnally travaraa tha ooantr aad
carry off ovr liitla caah. navar to raiara.
ENCOUAAGE HOME LABOR.
Tfanaa withlof 1 fhtnlnr Roda ortod oa
thair batldioa aad bat addraaa at by latter, or
aall ia paraoa. Wa will pal tbaa p any wb ara
ia tbaenaoty, and warrant tbaa. Tba Hodaaad
flitnrai en a ba aaaa at any timo by enllinp; at
aaratora. MKIIRKLL HlGLfca.
Clearfield, Jnaa 11, l'8 U
DVFIPES to Inform bU old frloada aad aaa
tomara, that haring oalaritad hia abop aad
tacraaaad hia faeilitira for atanaifterarinjr. ha ia
bow praptrad to aoaha Urdorpaeh Faraitaroaa
ay ba daairad, la food atyla aad t abaap rataa
farCASU. Ua tvaarally ha a ha a J. at hia
Fnraiiuro roomi, a rariad ajaortoaaat of raady
aiada furaitara, aaoag whioh ara
BUREAUS AND SIDE-BOARDS.
Wardrobeaaod Book-CaMa; Cantro. 8ofa Parlor,
Breakfast and Dininn Kitaialoa TaMea; Coai
aion. Franch-port, CotUfra.Jaiioy- Llnd and othar
Rfdatoadi; 8nfaa of alt kinda, Wark-alaada,
HkU-racka, Waab-alaadai Rooking aad Ar
Cbaira aprihr-aoat, aaaa hottvt, par!vrteoai
anoaudotharChalrai Looking-Ulaawa of arary
daarriptioa oa hand ( aad aaw glasaaa for old
franaa, wbleh wili ba pat la oa vary raaaoaabla
taroaa oa ahortaat aotka. Ha alao haapa oa band
or fornlabe to order, Corn-hash. Hair aad Cot
toa tp Ifattrasaoa.
Coffins or Evkrt Kind
Mada to ordar, and fuaarala attaadad with a,
lUaraa wbaftarar dnirod. Also. Hoaaa Paiatina;
mi to order. Tba aubaribor alao aiaaafao.
taraa and hat eonatoaily oa hand C-oaiait'a
Pauat H'ashiaa; Machiao, lha host aow ta aao !
Thosa afing tbia wiachiaa aarar aaod ho with
aat alaaa cloihoal Ho atao baa Flyar'a Pa at
Cbara. a aaparior article. A family aatng tbia
Chuu aoror aaod ha without hattor I
All, lha aUra aad maay otbar arUrlaa aralar-
if had to customers obaap for Caaa or asebanfrd
for approved ooanlrj prod nee. Cherry, Mtpte.
Piplsr, Li a wood aad otaor Leaaber wlubla for
Cabiaat work, tahaa la iscbana for laraitaa
aSUaHBoer tha shop ta oa Market alreat,
Clwftald, a?a, aad aoarl oppoti u tha "Old Jw
fttora." John ilkh.
Novaabar 1. 19(1) y
THK andtxfif nd Iwjr Irara tw Inform t)a pah
He liiia itn ia aow fully prfparrd to avaimuo
all iu tbf jrar of furaitttiinx II orar, Un(K'
Catdlr and Hsrnw, oa lha ermrtrst aotioe nd
rrtionahie trma. Residence va Loaust street.
twrt?a Third tud Fonrih.
HKO, W. GEAR HART.
learflrM, April II, Ir.
EN'COUKAGK 1T0ME INDUSTRY.
TH K aaderalgned, baring oaubllabad a War
eery oa Ike 'Pike, about ball way belwooa
C'.arflald end Curwene.tile, I prepared ta for
' ell kind, of FHL'IT TH EES, (alaodard aad
'arf.l K.ergreena. bbral-bery, Qrapo Vinaa,
floM.berrtee, Lawtoa Blaekbarry, hlrawberry,
l Kaiberry Vlnea. Alao, Sibarlaa Crab Treoa,
rini., and early rciriet hhabarb, Aa. Ordara
fawptly alteadad to, Addraaa,
J. l. WRIOHT.
enjaM., Carwea.llla. Pa
READINGFOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS f STATlOXEItY.
Jlirkr, St., learflrld. (at tl Po Offira.)
HK nadereigned bega leara to anoooaaa la
1 the rlli.ene i.f Clrarteld aad aloialty. bat
bee titea ap a room and baa J art relarned
''a the rltr with a large aamaiut of reading
. nuiating ia part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
i Armani and PaM Bonki of mrj da
wipiloa t paper aad Enfl"ra, Fraaeb proceed
"l plaint Peaa and I'rnail. I Blank. Legal
'"f. I'ard., Mwg.gee) Ja.lgiaeol, Exeaap
and I'roaa iaaory antee , H bite and I'areb;
Brief, Uftl C.p.Krnird Cap. aad Bill Cap,
"t. Mii.it ,r either 1'iaxio, Hole ar Vioila
"uatlyen band. Any hooka or atatloaerr
"j that I aiay ant bare oa band, will ho or
"wed by nt .lprere. aad aold at wholawlo
"I ewlt ee.lni.rre. t will aleo keep
'"diaal liioratara, each ar Mager'nee, Newe.
rr"- p. a. uai'u.
Hrlel4 M.o T, WHI-K ,
GEO. B. GOODLANDER, Proprietor.
R E MOYALI
C. KRATZER & SONS,
To the large and elegant room, on SECOND
6TREKT. adioinlnt- Merrall t Birler'a hardware
atora ; where tbey will bo ptaaiad to aaa all their
old and new auatoiaara.
Cltlaeni of the county Tiiitlng CLEARFIELD,
and wiabing lo aaaka purcbaaaa, will lad it to
their adrantage to Mauine their etook.
Ooodi at CASH PRICES axohangad for all
kinda of COUNTRY PRODUCE. janT
A mOLUM 15 BCSHESS
IIARTSOCK & GOODWIN.
I tiorfhi ii tho Marreiuitii katiRH, adopt
Una Motbod of DotifyiBf tba poblie p;nrallj,
Md ibt aitiMM of Corw villa ud Tieinltj Id
p&rtieaUr, tbt morobudioo of oil kinda will
ba aold by u ebttp m tba lona aualitv alio
whort in Uta oonntj. Wa hara 'uli aupplj of
Coaalallng la part af Dreaa Good a. Muillna.
Prlata af all ihadaa aad aljl.a togethar with a
tail aaaortniont of
NOTIONS, CLOTHING, HAT5 ii CAPS,
noota, Moea, Hardware), Queeaaware.
Aa weD aa Tinware. Cederware, Willoawara,
bookete aad Broome ; tot-ether with a harm alook
of tiroceriei aad alwaya a lull elock af
FLOUR, FISH, SALT, &o.
fa abort, we baoa a full topple af ererrthloa
aaod ia tbia market.
Wa want all onr old enetoaiera and aa man
aaw oaae al aaa aaaka it ooneeaient, to giro (a
a oaii before para axing alaewbera.
Curwaoae.,!!.. PeKrna, j It, .
On Second btriit, Clkarpieid.
NEW GOODS AT LOW PRICES.
THE nedertlgned roepeotfally Inrlta Ika at
Wntloa af tha pablla generally u their
aplendid aamrtaiaal af axankaadiea, wkick they
ara aaw ealliag
AT YKBY LOW rEICE8.
Their atoek eonaiau la part of
Dry Goods of the Best Quality,
Such aa Prlnta, Da Lalaee, Alpeeeaa. Mcrinoa,
Uioghena,Mneliae,(nlarbed aad anblaarb
ad.) Drllllnga, Tiekiega, eoltoa aad
Cottoned.., Ladiee' Hbawla,
Kubiaa A flood.. Balmoral
and Hoop Pklrte, 4e.,
lUo, a ana aaenrtmeat or Mea l Drawer, aad
ftkirtc, liau A Cap, Boota A Sheee.
all of wkick
TILL BE SOLD LOW FOR CASH
Hardware, QneenBware, Glassware,
Groceries and Spices.
INSUOKTA GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Of ererrtblng anally kepi la a retail atora, all
CHEAP roBCA'H ar apprured eoaatry pro
A. K. WRIGUT A 0N8.
Cleeraeld, Nor T , HUT.
U69 ew orEMvc 1869
SrilIXG AND SUMMER
Ferelfa aad Domeitia
Dry Goods, Shawls, Hosiery
GLOVES, WHITE GOODS,
Ladies and Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods,- 4c, 4o.
IS QUALITY and FTTI.K wa cannot ho car
peaaed, baring aaleeted oar rtoeb with the
grealeat ear, and we will cell at a eloeo e.h
priea, aa that pnrch.eera will Ind it ta their ad
rantage ia oalllng oa ae.
We have alao Itted up a cepareta room for
HAT8 A CAPS aad HTRAW tilKlilf, and will
keep aeboiaa liae of tboec good..
WILLIAM REED A CO.,
ear PoatoBee, Market Htrret,
prU CLEARFIELD, PA.
rllR anderalgaod hero jnl mneired at their
new etaad ia Wallaoetoa, a fall eupply of
lour, Feed, Corn Meal, Bicon, to.,
COAL OIL, (at rcdaoed raJea,)
A good artlela of TOBACCO, CIOAR". AN'D
SlllEINU TOBACCO, aon.tanlly en hand.
til a whieh will ba aold at LOW RATES tr
CM ar giro la axekaag far (SHINaLEs'aad
Te raepoatfully aek lha paMic to giro aa a
tria befor pareboalng olacabcro.
1. S, READ A CO.
Tellarotoa. April 7, MM.
w Hine qnd Liquor Slorr.
I. L REIZENSTEIN a, Co.,
waotriALi MALsna it
WINES & LIQUORS,
MARKET FT CLEARFIELD, PA.
ttvPull ttork of Wine, Rrandr, Oln, Wbirby
and aleohol, alwayl aa head. Pi,eeiai atlmtioa
paid fa eoearing a pur arlajke tor PaaretaetieaJ
MdojeoUcad aaii, iiaaxi fmti-tt
HARTSWICK c IRWIN,
.Tlarkrt Strttt, ClarOtld, Pa.
YTE keg I oar. to lafoa oar old and aow
1 eaataexara. tbat we keo roaaeeed ear oa-
ubllahaient to the anacioa aaw building juet
er.eted on Harked etreet, early adjoining tba
Manaioai Hnuu am ika ... . .J u
Ii ran am A Bona' atora i wire we reapeeifully
iu.,1. taie puoiio to aome aa any taoir
Drugs, Chemioalfl, Ptent Medicbes,
OILS, PAINTS ARIVARNISHE8.
Our rtnak of Drag aad dodleinai ooailita of
ee-eryuilnf seed, aaloetat with tbo greateat
WAniAHTED BTIICTLT PTTEE!
W alio keap a full etoekif Dye., Perfumerlee,
Toilet artielaa, Boapa, aotk Braibee, Hair
Broabea. Wbitawaih Brahce, and ereay other
kiad Braabea. Wa bare , large lot of
' WHITE LEAD, tURl'ENTIXE,
Flaieaed Oil, Palnta. an la fact everything
, Urf it. Ik. A.l.ll.. k....... M.k .... -.
City prioai to oaah kuyara
TOBACCO AN) 6EGARS,
Confectionery, fplnoa, ana the largeet atook af
rariauea arar oioraa in tbi place, and warrant
ad to ba of the beat the Wrket alforda
J O. HARTSWICK,
Hot. tl,UM. ' JOUN t. IRWIN.
.f. i. a it An tt h vo a 1st,
(Second atroot, oppvlta the Court Beao,)
THE rahaeribere rnpaetfally aaaouaoaa to the
oitlieae or Clcarleld and Tltinily, that be
baa aow aa kaad a full aupply of
DKUGS, PATJST MEDICINES
Da State, Toouom, Cigar. CoafeeUoacrie
Will Bnd hlaatack of Druge FULL and COM
HLEIB.end alarer; iligbl advance oa KaaUrn
Taacberl aad aih.ra will ha fbmlib.d with
claealcaland axiacoilaieoaa hooka by txpreee.al
Coaalrtlng of Cap, Plat Cap, Foolac.p, Letter aad
renamed Bote Panerai aire, a rerr neat atock
of Moaralng Nola Paaer and hnralopaeoa hand.
reaa. reaon.. ina. e.
Will led a fall clock af PURR SPICKS. SODA.
cuva AMH. Coaeenlrated I.YrT. OAP, c
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Are reqoeated teelamlne kla tlock of Perfumery,
Heir UilK fine Toilet Boast. Braabea. Comba.
Toilet etM. Ae. Ao.
SMOKEU3 AND CH EWERS
Will lad a full aapply af prime Chewing aad
(smoking TOBACCO, Imported aad Doateatie
CIUAKS, Sear, rin.-rot. Ac, do.
CARDON 01 L,
Of lha' heat brand., aay oa baad.
Tha hat awality af Liquors at ay a oa haad, for
tMaPhiaioiaaa Preaeriptloaa promptlj Aad
Apri 9. lBba. A. t. PfTAW.
NATURE'S GREAT 1.EST0RER.
Celebrated Bitter Cordial
THIS mrdleal preparallea la now atTrred fa
tha pobMa aa a reliable aabatitate fur tha
many worth law mmpoaad which now lod tba
market It la purely refetable, eompoaod al
rarloat hrrha. a;atharad from tha (real atoro
house of nature, and aeleettd with tha a ( mast
ftara. It ia not rwammaadod aaa Cpki-Ali.
but by It direct and aolutary Inflarnro apa
tbo Heart. Lis or, Kidarjt. Lunfra, Stomach aad
Bo wait. It arte hoth aa a praeaUv aad oara
fur many of the di leases lo wbtrb those rrna
ara aarj It la a reliable Fatally Medicine,
aad raa bo takaa by either laFaat or adult with
tbo samo benrfiaial remits. It la a certain,
prompt aad speedy remedy for Diarrhoea, Dya
entarr, Pw-l complaint, Dypipta, Loaneaa
of Ppirita, Filnttogji, Fiehbeadarba. 4t. Fir
CfaitU and favaraof all klada. It ta far belter aad
aefer tbaa any qalaloe, witboal any rf iu per
air loua effect a. It eraMa aa appstita. pmvea a
powerful digeater, a-d will oountarart the effete
of (iqoor In a few mfautea. Prepared by JACOB
4CHKKTZ. Hole Proprietor, N. H. eor. Fifth
and Race aUoaU. Philadalphla, Pa. Sold by
all DruEgiatJ. aovll-ly
Attention, Afflicted I
TBI aubaeribar glvea aoKra that ha has
reamed tha praetleo of Medlaine la Luth
enbarf, where ha tnteadn to devote hia ottea
tka to tha troatmeol of CHRONIC IIEASK8
taaaaeral. He will keep oa herd a choice oo
looiioaof DRUOKaad MBDIC1NKK adapted to
tha treatment af ehroaia disoosea, and may ho
eon tal ted at hit eee al any hour of tbo day.
N. B. A word to those affileted with chroala
diieeeoe may le la vaaia advantage. Mr
ar nor be aware that con arar Phiatctane who
do a amino practice hare aot tine te attend te
tba treetoMBt nf caaoaic dieeaees, and eoaee
ajaaatly aaoLacr them t banco tbia class of dia
eaaaa roqaine ascLrPtwa attendee.
0 K'tRuR W I LP Off, If. D.
Latherabarc, Fab. ST, I Ml-If
i nil lymrmvcm, Hanaj prrai m-ran,
knnwn. iM Umrfaf hly rte-irorete
bmkft 4nn sn4 Inv ffHrtVrtJ ,aMr,
hT HP-TtpTtl.nttnf spmi careaaiag ua
aiwierh srnt hiloatirrrs.
II t wmn fw-Traiirww n n--wi
larttldfit ta thai ntM-l. aaaak LL Mi
r r. w . if i. a ip.k". i r.i.i."
wtkr. Hr:vi.a. iin tiiiH, i
l,(it if A PPrTNTIC AND VITAL
F T, Its imirrnw-e
kaa aattlaal . - - - a)-. IH,-iIa
pier eirsasritl, ena fT sbrn na)
annnrrrmjii in, aajiaap-na r parew-ievn
is is S'leoauaa p( mi ww
Ts itt ef Vnwt Hits 9rTr,
linn If IntdlnsMt 11 t r pro-
mlewt k;Aint Rlitonl, Hrtllow
Hnrti.rtr It bm pffrti hw
avrttjat riF1fnnt te itvrm ttia
1 qastilily of milk a 14 tm twrtlf
igrretfit mn4 mtk tte ttttar hrm
snot svroH, 1st tettralnf enttlf, tl
ftres rMa an anr". tmsos their feioe, aa4 auk
tseai Xhnr mcb faster.
la all da- t awin. erft m Ovihi rwrs ta
the I.aert Uvot ft. , thtf arttrt--rts
M ft trawarlAr. tl Mtt.tif fpai tS
hslf aepxr fof-xr In s hortl nf
will thr row-4itt will rw- rrA
eMl er eotlrvlr pnrmt4 Ifirlvea
la it . a rawrut fr-fUrs aad
eere far the He CMtre.
DAVID Ei FOrTZ, Prepriflor,
a-rwp ktk he tHtrrlH arttl niHrrwn hfifheut
he tmuj 8UtdM, (Ma4au SbSrS rVnUh Amertc.
For sale by llartcwich A Frwia, ('learfisM, and
hr drtiftrcisita and store hera thronftbTnt the
laited Malrs, (rri.l ly
Vegetables and Fish.
UAVIMe made the nereeaarr arraaremfnu,
the anderairned wnntd notify the ciliaenaaf
t i. arfleld and Tleinlty, that oa and after Mareb 4,
Ilt9, he will hare oa hand and for aale, at hia
abp oa tbe Market Int, IHKSII FISH. Pw-et
and lbit POTATOES, and all VRtlF.TARLE
ia eeaana, at aa low rate, aa they eon he hr-nght
a, thenar. D. R. Fl'LLERTON.
Clraraadd, March 1, lc If
t.AJIw. lU.NMrABI.li) HA 1,101 FOR
aao aa nut .
ar- Hairi '.
CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, I8G9.
JrM ttoods, ftrorif, tftr.
Down I Down 1 1
THE LAST ARRIVAL
AXD OF COURSE THR CHEAPEST!
A Proclamation against High Prices!
VTK are now opening ap a lot of tha beat and
tf moat aeaaonabla (ioda and Wim ever
offered in tbia market, aad at pneca that remind
one of tha good old dayi of chosp thingi. Timsc
who tack faith upon tbia point, or docm our alle
ftOioDa auperfluoui, aced but
CmMltK T OVR HTOREf
Corner Front and Market at roots,
Where they can aoc, foci, hoar and know for them
SfHrea. To fully understand wbat areeheap goda,
thla mntt be dune. We do not deem it hceeasary
to enumerate and item its our stock. It ia enough
for aa to state thai
We have Everything that ia Needed
and oonaumed la this auu-ket, aad at prices that
aatoniih both old and roung.
dco2(l J Oh K I'll BITAW k l0w.
SO.UI-TIIIXCal NEW I
New Store in Madera.
MESSJtS. J. FORREST & S0.
TT0ULD reepectfully Inform the pahllc that
they have J.at opened, ia MADKKA.
Claarteld aoaaty, Pa., aa eollre aaw atock af
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which they ara prepared ta aall aj cheap aa tha
Their atock ooarltia la part of
Dry Goods of the Best Quality,
Sack aa Alpaooax, Deteaee. Priata, Uaaliaa,
Caaalaeroa, Sella au, aad flaaaela,
EeaJy - Made Clothing,
Or the baat quality, tack aa Coata, PaaU, Vaett,
Orarooata, Oreralle, SblrU, Cellara, Aa.
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
Ale ( the rery beat Quality.
A complete stock of Groceries.
In abort everything aeually kept la a country
Consumers, Look to Your Interests I
Cell aad examine oar it oak aad prlcea before
parcbaeiag leewher. t
LUMBER AND GRAIN
Of all klade takaa ia exebange for good.
17-Remember lha place, Madera, Clcarleld
J. FORREST A SON'.
October Si, lMf lf.
(gilt EAT JlAltUAlXa
Sicw Store In Mulsonburg!
Ia the room formarl oooapied by P. T, Hccoriy.
L. M. C0UTHIET
fPAKES thia method of informing theciliuaa
X of Cofingtoe, kartheua, Uirard and tbe sar
ruunding oountrr. thai he baa jost npenot a largo
tork ol 81' M ,M Kit tO0lH, which he Is drier
mmrd to aril TKN PKR CENT CIIKAPKR than
tbe aame quality of Good can be purchased for in
any other atora la the acighberbood. H' lock
Dry Goods of oil kinds,
Bach aa Saline tit, Caatlmerca, Muslim, lVlainea,
Linen. Urilhrtga, Calicoes, Trimmings,
READY-VADK CLOTH ISO. BOOTS A
8UCIS.S, UATS A CAPS,
GEOCEEIES OF ALL KINDS.
ColTeo, Tea, Sugar. Rice, Molaaeea, Flab, Sail,
Lineecd Oil, Fiab Oil, Carbon Oil.
Hardware, Queenswaro, Tinware.
Carting. Plow', and Plow Caatlnge, Kalll, Ppikel,
Cora Cultivator, Cider Praa.ee, aad
ill kiadi of Axae.
tt-hiy Plow, ar of the CnrwetiiTllle and
Centre county make, aad ara warraatad ta aa f
Drugs and Medicines,
Perfumery, Pain If, Vamiab, Glasa, aad a genera,
aaaortmcal af Statioaery,
Of different hrenda, alwaya on hand, aad wili be
aold at tha loweet pocible flgurra.
Serb, aa BRANDY, WINE, OIX A WHISKY
A009 poundi of Wool wanted for whlek the
blgbeal fine will b paid.
ci.ovr.R Ki j-.n,
0. hand and for aale at the loweet market price.
Vm. Call and aeafnr TftwrMlrea. Too will lad
erorylhing aaually kept la a retail atnre.
j. m. ivi luiai,
FroaebTille P. 0., jaa. 7, IK69.
3tfI.1V KTO It K.
Cor. Scennd 81. aad Hill Road.
nAH jost rcrciTed and opened, at the ahore
neinH plafp, an entire new ptorh of PC M -Mi.H
tl'idlih. whlrb he will sell VKKY CIIKAP
FOR C AtS it. ilia atock eonaiats of
Dry ChooiIk, Cirocrrlci,
Root i and 8hHm. Hat" and Capa, Rrailr-Madc
Clothing, eta. Ha alao acrparboioa
FLOCK, UOnXXEAl, FEED,
(hop, llaco, riAA ei riff Vrifd
Pcraons dfilmna f purrhaaing arnod at fair
rftte are reapeeifully requested lo gire him a call.
Approved eoantry produce will betaken,
at the highest price, im eirbange for goodi,
CliMrtield. Jnne (S, 1fi-lf
And Dealer, la
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
Vri i.L ju ppi.t f ri.orn, wheat,
fOHN aad CII"P oonrtanlly on ban I. and
lor rale at rate, rcmarhal.1 loar. (ftbt-ll j
SW AIM"' FA ACF.A, Ranaody'l Med ed
Dleeorery, Helmnnld'a Baeba, Rebar'e Coa
Ll.af Oil, Jaa ' and Arer'l medicinal nf ery
bind, far aale br HARTS POP A IRWIN.
tT tha DEMOCRATIC ALVATf AC. Pwlt
P wal. aTtfJ "tog toJd 9T ap. If
WEDNESDAY MORNING MAT , 1169.
I. O. OF O. F.
FRIENDSHIP, LOVE AND TRUTH.
The Semi-Ceutflnnial Anniversary.
Grand Parade of the Fraternity in
Over Twenty Thouaand Odd Fellowa In
Mho Crand Dlaplay ar the Order.
ruiLADELPtiiA, April 20, 1809.
The grand nationul oommomnralion
in lit in city today of the fil'lietb Hiini
rervary of ihe establishment of the
Order tifOdJ Foliownhip in the United
States hn closed, and haa been one of
the moat imposing displays, as well in
point of the numerical assemblage n
in the arrangements and detail of the
pageant, and the influence and stand
ing in the community of the perionnel
ol the various orgitnir.ntioiis wliicii
participated in the jubilee. As early
as 7riduy of last week: delegations
from the grand lodges and lodges of
various Mutes and jurisdictions began
to arrive in lurtre numbers, and during
the whole of Saturday and Snndiy,
well as by the early trains this morn
ing from the less remote sections of
the country, rresh acquisitions to the
general concourse were pouring in.
It is estimated that not less than
20,000 members of the Order took
part in tho processional demonstra
tions in the streets to-day.
This scmi-centenniul celebration was
held under tha direction of the Grand
Lodge of Hi. United States, at its
meeting in September, 18GH, and Past
(iraml Sire Kennedy, of New York; ;
Punt Grand Sire Nicholson, of Pcnn
sylv'ania ; Past Grand Sire Veitch, of
Missouri; Past Grnnd Siro Terkins,
of PennHylvania ; Grand Sire E. D.
rurnsworth, of Tennessee, and repre
sentatives Ford, of Massachusetts;
Garcy, of Maryland; Read, of Now
Jersey, and Maris, of Delaware, were
appointed a cotnmitteo, with authority
to inuko the requisilo arrangement to
ensure a successful consummation of
the commemoration. On Suturday
evening lust every preliminary hud
been completed and ponilions assigned
to the various organizations. Tho
celebration, it was ordored, should
embrace a matinul reception at the
Acxdctn v of Music, a grand parade of
all tho delrgutions at noon, an even
ing entertainment also at tho Acade
my of Music, und a grand ball at the
Philadelphia, Skating Kink, Twenty
first and Itace streets As early as
seven o'clock this morning the streets
were thronged by members of the
Order making preparations for the
festivities of tliu day, tho hour fi.xod
for t he com m eneem en t of t h e exercises
at the Academy of M uaiu (nine o'clock)
requiring that the delegations to bo
present thorcat should bo "up and
doing." Tho timo was curlier, how
ever, than was advisublo for a full
attendance, and it was nearly ten
o'clock bcliire the various bodies had
arrived, and even then the auditorium
wits but more than hull filled. The
slago was occupied by the Grand
lxdgo til the United States, tho offi
cers of the Grand Lodgo of Pennsyl
vania, the officer of the Grand J'n
catnpnient of Pennsylvania, and a
chorus of HO male Mngers; Mayor
Fox,ol Philadelphia; John VV. Stokes,
Past Grand Muvler ot Pennsylvania,
and K. D. Furnsivorlh, Most Worthy
Grnnd Sito. In the front cenlro of
the pnrquct were the Grand Lodgo of
Maryland, and at the rear centre tho
Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. The
Grand Lodgo of New Jersey occupied
the right ol the parquet and the Grand
Ixxlgcof the District t Columbia the
left. , The remainder of this space was
devoted to visiting ofllcirs of grand
lodges of various jurisdictions. The
Grand Encampment of Pennsylvania
was located in the parquet circle on
the left. All these bodies were ntti red
in full regalia of tho richest descrip
tion, the various-colors of the decora
tions, in crimson, violet, purple and
blue velvets and silks, with henry
trimmings of silverund bullion friniresj
the staves ol office and the jewels and j
decoration of the offlcers presenting
a brilliant and imposing rop tfirU.
The parquet circle, the galleries and
portions of the pnrqnel were occupied
by Isrgo and highly decorous audi
ence, though tho attendance was by
no means numerous until marly an
hour after the opening of the exercises,
prohubly on account of the rBlher curly
hour named. A selected orchestra of
about forty exTllent performers open
ed the exercises with tho overture
from ?,um pn, aft cy which the om lined
chorus and orchestra rendered the
"Anniversary Jlvmn," written bv J.
T. Shillaber, ("Mrs. Purtin(,'lon,'') of
Siloam Lodge, Poaton, MussahuNftts,
and aduptcdln the air "America."
Itev. J. W. Venable, It. W. Grand
Chaplain, then oflered up an appropri
ate prayer, tl0 entire audience rising,
and reniuiiiing in that position till its
Punt (.rami Master S'.okes then de
livered an address uf welcome lo the
Grand Lodge of Ike United Slates, in
tho course of whid) lie cxpiessed the
pleasure he fell at their presence, and
aid that (he Grand Lodge of the
l'nile; States having resolved npon R
national observance of the day under
their aupict , a number of the broth
erhood bad a.m'ttibli'd to bid them a
cordial welcome. Tho brethren of
ibis jurisdiction fully appreciated Ihe
compliment paid to them by the seleo.
lion f this city as llio place of observ
ance of the festival Soon after tho
order was founded in the United Slates
it becamo successfully established in
this city nnd Sl-ate, and although not
unopposed by prejudice, it progress
had betn reinsrkublc, and h Imped
they ld attained a position entitling
them to rank as, perhsps, the peep of
any benevolent institution of the timo
Uelerring to the means and revenue
at their command f said tbfff were
in this city alono 119 lodges, having
an aggregate membership of over
iU.UOU, besides lwocne;impincnts,witli
a membership of 4,0X). 'f hero were
in tho Stule a total of f20 lodges,
aggregating noarly 70,000 members,
and 13!) rucninpiiients, with a mem
bership of 10,00(1. Tho totul revenue
for the past year wns t''i04,00 01, and
tho distributions for relief were $2'.'7,
21 for tho same period, while ihe
prospects for tho present year were
still more cheering. Tho people here
had exhibited a belter appreciation of
the order than in any other localit),
arising, he believed, from tho close
resemblance of its principle! and aims
with tliObo of William Punn, whose
groat treaty with tho Indians enunci
uled tho present principles of Friend
ship, Ijovo and Truth a treaty not
lop land, but to settlo friendships and
renew covenants of peace and amity
oonstituting a brotherhood never to
be broken :" and to this day it had
not been broken. After eulogizing
Iho numerous and mugnineont chan
ties with which tbe "City of Brotherly
Lovo" abounded, and hoping for fra
ternal and united counsels in I be future
as in the past, ho welcomed the Grand
Lodge on behalf of the brethren of this
jurisdiction and of the good people of
tbis greut metropolis.
Moat Worthy Grand Sire Fsrne
wnrlh then, on behalf of the Right
Worthy Grand Lodge of the United
States and of the brethren ol the other
jurisdictions, especially those of Phil
adelphia, said that 1'ennsylvania and
Philadelphia la this magnificent dis
play had enhanced the interest which
every Odd Fellow felt in tho occasion.
Ho congratulated the Grand Lodge
ol tho United States npon their selec
tion of ao appropriate a scene for the
commemoration of this event, and felt
assured thut all that had just been
said of Pennsylvania Odd Fellowship,
its influence, its members and its pow
er hud not been exaggerated. The
cycle of fitly years since the founda
tion of the order was now complete
and its patriarchs hud now gono to
their rest. Within that time wonder
ful developments had been made.
From the handful that gathered under
Thomas Wildey, half a million were
now enlisted under the standard they
set us; other continents and the
islands of the sea owned their frater
nity and acknowledged their laws and
principles aa the guide. Amid all the
retrogressive or advancing fluctuations
of that period, Odd Fellonbip had
preserved its unity and maintained
the steadfastness of a single purpose.
To those stricken by providential ca
lamities, lo the widow in bor grief
and need, and to tho orphan in its
helplessness it bad, with inviolnblo
fidelity, performed its lofty task. The
schisms and dissensions about it had
not marred its proportions, and discord
had not moved it from tho even tonor
of its way. Commending all who
heard him to the work, and that they
should yield profound gratitude to
tho Almighty Disposer of events for
Hi. hitherto signal approval of their
lubors, be concluded by Introducing
lo thu audienco
James L Ridgcly, Past Grand
Maxtor of Maryland and Secretary of
the ltight Worthy Grand Lodge of the
United States, wlio had been designa
ted as the orator of the duy. After
eulogizing in highly appropriate and
cloquont language the occasion which
had culled them together hero to-day,
and dwelling at considerable length
upon tho magnitude nf the order, iu
objects and influence, he proceedod to
Diitrato the history of the orgnnita
lion of the brotherhood. It had, ho
said, been ascribed to ihe time of Nero
and tho I'omun Camp, A. D. 65,
spreading thence to Spain, France and
Kngland. To lorato its origin, bow
ever, he aaid, to the licentious follow
em of Nero and tho 1 toman soldiery,
would be a fact which, it well support
ed even, it would be better to conceal
than to promulgate, but tho theory
was, in any event, a fabulous one.
He aoxt proceeded by historical de
duction, to trace tho origin of Odd
Fellowship to the establishment of
"guilds' among the ancient Saxons, a
sort of trades' union or co-operative
society, dating as fur back as the tenth
century. Hnllum reoognir.es their
antiquity ns fur back as the Norman
conquest. By amiso these degenera
ted into "five and easy clubs;" and
out of these camo workingmen't bene
ficial societies, and among others the
Order or Odd Fellows. A permanent
institution was created from one of
these in the early part of the present
century, and subsequently found its
way to the United Stales with the
tide of emigration that followed the
peace of Ghent. He then reviewed al
greut length the foundation and early
history of the Order in t)iis country,
giving a minulo and graphic account
of iu riso and progress trout the time
when Wildey, Welch, Duncan, Cheat
ham fHid l,'nbwortl formed Washing
ton Lodge No. 1 in nn npjier room of
tho tavern ''Seven Stars" ut Baltimore,
to the present day. In 1HS4 it was
introduced to Missouri in lMfl to
Mississippi ant) Illinois; in 1'87 to
Alabama and Texas, thoq an indepen
dent republic; in IH.iO to Arkansas
and Connecticut ; in 1S40 to Tennnes
seo nnd South Carolina: in 141 to
North Carolina and Florida; In 1942!
to Georgia; in ImS to Maine, New
Hampshire slid IJplish North Ameri
ca ; in 144 lo Vermont, South W ales,
Great Britain, Michigan and Iowa;
in 1S4Q lo the Sandwich Islands; in
1 !-!! to Minnesota and California;
in 1851 it was pstnblinhed in New
Mexico; in S)2 in Oregon; in 1855
in Nebraska and Washington Terri
tory ; in I S57 in Knnsae and Nevada ;
in 11 1 iti Colorado ; in lHo.S in Utah ;
in 167 in Montana; in 108 in the
continent nf Auslralju. Theso splen
did nchicvempnls were the work of
the Grand I.odgenf tho United Males,
the supreme hand of the Order.
The prator closed an address, occu
pying an hour and a half in delivery,
with ft most elaborate peroration,
amidf, great applause.
An interesting fact, in connection
with this discourse waa that the orator
had been an intimate personal friend
of Thqmas Wildey.
Tba exercise qpeclodexj wltb, lb
11 11111 "'I1 1 1 'H" 'iiiifipWliii
TERMS-S2 per annum, in Adrance.
NEWSE1UESY0I, 9, NO. 11.
singing of the "Jubilee Hymn" to the
air of "Old Hundred," and tho uudi
ence then departed to witness tho
It hud been announced that the line
would bo formed on If road street ut
eleven o'clock, tho procession to move
at noon, but it wns noiir meridian bo
fbro tho various lodges commenced to
tnko np the posi lions assigned lo them.
Tho lino of march was as follow : Up
llroud street to Columbia avenue,
counter marching to Christian street,
thence to Third, up Third to Walnut,
up Walnut to Filth, up Fifth to Girurd
avenue, Hp Girurd avunno to Twellth
street.down Twelfth toChcstnut,down
Chestnut to Sixth, up Sixth to iUco,
and thence dismissed. About hrilf
past twelve tho line was fairly on the
move, tho subordinate lodge having
been in perfect readiness to Uke po
sition, and the Kingston battery thun
dered out a suluto of one hundred gun
at the cornor of Broad nnd Market
slreeU, The scene waa now highly
interesting, and the people wbo
thronged the streets became enthusi
astic in the extreme. From almost
every housetop along tha routo flugs
were flung to the breeze, which, by
the way, was exceedingly vigorous,
and bevies of boautif'ul ladies thronged
the windows, portico, sloops and bal
conies, waving handkerchiefs and
smiling their approval and welcome.
The air was blatant with the crash of
drums and the bray of brass instru
menu, us, in addition lo the two bands
provided by the committee, many ol
the lodges bad also appropriate music
ou their corporative account and re
sponsibility. Tbe Grand Lodge of the
I nited Suites and the Grand Lodge
of Pennsylvania, each in lull regalia
and with fluttering 'flags, occupied
scats in carriage in the centra ot
Broad street, the Lapicrr House
being tbo reviewing point. A the
column marched pusl in review the
members of the various lodges saluted
the reviewing officer by the lifting of
bat and dropping the color. The
prooossion occupied about three Lour
in passingagiven point Rlid the parade
was dismissed about six o'clock.
In the ovening the reception at the
Academy of Musio wa attended by a
rather small audienco, the exercises
being somewhat similar to those at the
morning entertainment, and compri
sing orations, singing by the chorus
ana instrumenul music. The reason
of this small gathering was undoubt
edly to be found in the fact that the
march had been very long and fa
tiguing, for though the wind was
strong and fresh ihe sun shono very
warmly and only rendered the clonds
ol dust more parching and disa
Besides this many of tho delegates
left the city by early evening trains
for their homes, and to those who re
mained the lull at tho rink offered
sufficient inducements of pleasure.
The great impromptu bull room was
prolusely decorated witb bunting and
at the rear was the motto, in large
ornumcnul letters, ''Friendship, Love
nnd Truth," surmounted by the triple
links. At the opposite end were also
approprinlo emblems, and the immente
array of flags and peniiion used in the
procession were draped pendant Irom
the walls and roof. A double orchestra
of about seventy-five piece discoursed
the terpsichorean measures, and at
eleven o'clock the scene was of the
most enlivening discription, and fit
tingly appropriate aa a termination of
tho greut anniversary.
Dams'. O'Connkll In wit and
raillery O'Connoil hud but few rivals.
I' pon ono occasion be was attacked in
the Houso of Common by the thon
members for Lincoln, Armagh, and
Sligo successively. Karh of those
members was a Colonel. - One wa
distinguished by along, flowing beard,
while the other two were remarkably
cloan shaven. O'Connoil, in reply,
made these characteristics tho bull
of bis ready and daring wit. He (aid
the attack of the honorable and
gallant gentlemen somewhat brought
lo his mind Dryden's line upon
"Three sote ia three diatant are. born,
llreroe, Italy, aad Kerjand did aiiora.
The tret ia lonineaa ol thought earaaae'd ;
The aexl la majeelyi ia hot a ta laaL
Tli. fore of Naiae an. Id a farther fn.
To ai.k.a third ahe Joined the former two."
With the permission of the house,
he would slightly alter those noble
lines, and dedicate them to the three
last speakers t
"Thr eolonela la three dietent coanliM bora,
Liacola, Armefh and Sit did adorst
Tbe I rat la eiatebka impadeae earaeaeod,
?he ewxt la Iraeraaee t la both tbe lt.
be fore f N.lar could ao furlbor so.
To heard Ihe tr.1, ihr lhaved the ether IV."
A poop farmer askej bow I kept
my plough so bright, 1 told him
whenever I got through using thorn
in the fall 1 cleaned them and gave
them a good coating of grease. He
said tho practii-e "didn't pay." Ter
verso person, does he not know that
the oil and labor cost less than the
waste of motal by rust, and doc ho
not peinembef that mv spring plough
ing I ball done before hi ploughs hre
in working order f
His hens roost in tree during the
winter, and bo complain that they '
lay noeegs; his cows ahiver by the'
ida of the leneo, and he complain
thut thp children cat too much butler ;
he goe to tb grocery with jug in ,
one end of ihe suck and a stone iu tbo
other, and ho wipe hi nose on bisj
What a Bot n.-Mr. lUrriet!
Prescolt aipofford uy. in a) recentj
mngaxine urticle t ''There is a corUin i
species of young animals held by I
many motliurs as, at beat, a doubtful (
blessing; by msnt' sister of slightly i
superior year as an irrepressible nui-j
sanee i nv son ca sninsiers ami con-'
tcmnluting old Udie a a aort of
(mall Apache skirmishing npon the
ontnnala of civilisation, and specimens
of which these good people would vol-
Uniaruy invito ov ma w ,njti win
flower-garden no sooner than wild
horse. Thi creature i boy."
An Irishman complained to hi
physician that h stuffed him (omuub
with t'ruK that he w lick t loog
time rr got wIJ.
IV"K V"" 11111
a wcjio iti mm.
U It tlm tbst tha llntlia f
American people sHntiM h most rt.
ouly directed It ! lendenrle
visible In lha politico em ls manag"
ment of th country. VV leach onr
children that they have heen Iwtrn
Miidt-r a I red Bfpwblicsn government
and Ihsl all har tqnJ right, and an
equsl disnee n acquire wswlth, and
tlin honots nf th Ktat. Wt flatter
the masse by continually telling
them that In them, and them alone,
rcnl !ks the sovereignty of the govern,
mciil, and tlint no mutter what evil
may betide, they have it in their
power to np ly toe immediate correc
tive. Wo proclaim lo the world that
this system of our is the best ever
duviscd by mnn, since it secure liber,
ly, happiness, and prosperity, In
tranquility, and tbat, 'M;" aIu.
intrreil, it is the chrap, m well a
tho most porfectly balanced form of
government. I'ropfrly admiiilertd t
the proviso uggosted in the last
sentence applies to ull. That granted,
tho real is plainly a matter of conrac,
Tho excellence of our written system
cannot be contested, am! tho univer.
sal prospority enjoyed until tht period,
of our civil war wu a guarantee ol
what could have been perpetuated,
bv wiso admiui-'trstion, conducted on
the principlos ttoit inspirod and ani
mated the futhor of the Kepublio.
But wo buvo fuller) upon evil duy
in this respect. Clique, "rings," knola
and sellout circle of men by the weight
of capiul, audscity, and what U
termed "influence," (which tneana a
species of social and businewa terror
ism,) do as absolutely control the
country a ever did the combination
of feudal baron bold eway in the Old
World, during the growing year of
the Middle Ago There is nu intel
ligent observer who fuils to seo, or
attempt seriously to deny this; and,
more than that, tho toiling masaos
of tbe people loci it in every loaf of
bread, or ell of cloth they have ta
purchase. Tbey are not, indeed, ni
crifitm fUUe bound over witb tht
oil iu parchment deeds, or royal re
scripts, transferring small domain or
mighty province with equal coolness,
but they are subjected by tbe eircum...
Unues of Ufa that assimilate th
necessities of their condition to the
serfdom of yore, and tbey know wbat
Tbe community ia not, then, ant
wart of the bare-faced disregard of
every other consideration but elf
intercst, which is tbe animus of train
actions occurring daily before our
eyca. Tbey know that office and
privilege art bought and old ; thst
the popular preference and the public
welfare are denied ; that even the
crednestof th ballot box i ibamefully
invaded, and that remonstrance is
treated with silent derision. The
consequences they have beheld in tht
stagnation of trade, and tht impover
isbment of tht multitodo, in lot raiast
of a smiling land, teeming with atn-t-oultural
and mineral wealth. Tht
future they foresee like a great blacdl
cloud overspreading a fair boriion,
and slowly, but surely, creeping ta
the icnilh. Yet, by the effect of a
moral phenomenon, peculiar and won
derful in the history of the world, tht
nation, like a man drugged and stu
pefied, lie prono and motionless, ru
unresisting, ir not a willing prey ,q
those who despoil it
Ami it there to be no rescue from,
this do'.-line? We have been so woo.
derfully favored as a peopls, by Prov
idence ; wo have seen so accustomed,
in former periods of our national life,
to see "thing set themselves right;"
we have been, in fine, such petted
children of fortune, thut most of ua
have wrapt tbo mantle of indifference
around us, and slept on, trusting to
the good gonius of America, or some
other vngue abstraction not reongnlred,
in the divine arrangement of cause
But, already has this dream of false
security been rudely brokon. Psnio
and nullification were the first shock
it received, nnd, at last, came tht
tolling, long and loud, of that terrrblt
"fiiebcll in Ihe night," wlrtch sum
moned the pcoplo of the North and
the South to mutual slaughcr.
Did our greatest dangers close bore
Are they buried in tho graves, still
green, that stretch from the Potomao
to the Gulf Have all tho evil vapor
been disprllod by that long sho. ef of
blood and fire T
Those are solemn questions for each
patriot ciliren to ask himself, a well
as hia noighbor, and tht sooner they
are answered satisfactorily, the bettcp
for our generation.
It i the high privilege of the jour
nalist to stand on n watch tower,
whence the field of opinion as well at
offset, art nil open to hi view; and
it is hi duty, with all the ability that;
is in him, to give ol her the benefit ol
hi information. With such a con
sciousnes upon us, to-day, we express
the firm conviction that, unless th
year now passing be signalised by lha
dawning of A new spirit of inquiry
on tht part of tht American people,
and a wide-spread general agiution
of opinion against tht abuse that art
clogging oup wholt machinery af
government, and thenrt descending
into all th dotail of business life, wt
hsvo close before us a period of na
tional and individual trial, of which
no man can act tbe end X. Y. Mer
Nothing on earth can (mile but hu,
man beings. Gem may fiVh re flee-,
ted light, but what i n diamond flush
and mirth flush f A face that cannot,
mile is like bud that cannot bloswom
and dries up on the stalk- Laughter
is day and sobriety i night, and a
smile is twilight that hover prntly
between both and I snor bewitching
A Nashville druggist ha invented
A rat paint mad of a preparation of
phosphorus. You first en ten the rat
then yon paint him. After dark ht
looks likt a ball of Art, and going
among hia fellow rat they get scared
to death at "the light of his connte.
liancn," and vacate the premise, tht
"bright particular" rat following and
hurrying np ht rear.
Hydrophobia hn been nccessftilly
treated with Iodine by Dr. Mussey, of
Chicago. Of the tight cases promptly
treated wih iodine, not one resulted
fatally, were any decisive symptom
of hydrophobia subsequently mani
fested. In four of the rasa it waa
probable that the wound wtr from
animal really rabid, and rot in tbe
Mist Susan B. Anthony asys in ber
paper t Tht women of tht Anniafioii
canvassed Kansas. Illinois Uiaainnrl
Ntw York and tho District of Colum
bia, ana never kissed on eon of Adam,
over two year old." Mis Anthony
should rtoolltet Inert art two par lie
AO iM tht fajMt trud. tOf lutHft