Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, October 06, 1869, Image 2

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CI.KAKFIKLD, Pa.
WEDNESDAY MORNINC firTOIIKn . ).
Democratio State Tickot.
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.HON. ASA PACKER,
(IF I'AlllloX COt.NTV.
t'Olt Pfl'RKME JUIIliE
CYRUS L. FElaSIIING,
OK CAMimU rot'XTY.
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Democratio District Ticket.
A,vinbl.r,
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Democratic County Ticket.
Truaaurrr.
LEVER l'l.llt.AI., ol llrmilj loxuahlp.
Cottntv Cummiaaioncr.
H. H. IIIM1IA,il llcrcarla towuabip.
"' Aiidit,.r.
JOIIW I). Ml I.I. I II. of Itt.ll town.hlp.
She
Ocoi-I'bMJy,ll.ceminei.i,.l.ili.Dl, MrT 11,0 Bluto l 20'"
thropint, started from New York,ou
the .'.lib ultimo, for Europe.
The New York State .Engineer's
report for the year ending 1st .Septem
ber, 180!), shows that SIJ'J persons were
iilled and 401 injured on tberailrouds
o that slate.
Extha Ji iiici al. Wo notice by our
Huntingdon exchanges that seven
clergymen of that town have jointly
issued a proclamation uguins'.dancing.
We infer from this move thut the
meinr-ers are inclined to indulge in
fociul amusement.
The Cmcis Closed. "Honest"
John Covode, for tho purpeso of rais
ing a lilllo enthusiasm for hit friend
Jlans Geary, went over to Washing
ton the other day to get lien. Grant
to exhibit himself tb rough the iron
and coal regions in the eastern coun
ties of this .State, lint tho Generul
concluded that lie hsd already spent a
(treat deal of time fishing, bunting and
4ifrse racing, and thut public business
-would not allow him to leave the
National Ci pitol this fall. So the
Grant circut has closed for this season.
Pitchinu Ix. The godly Senntor
from Massachusetts, Wilson, was at
Washington lut w eek, und gave Gen.
Grant "Hail Columbia" for botching
tho clectioi.s iu the Southern Slutes
Ilo bli.mes Grunt, Boutwcll Cres-
wcll for defeating tlio ''toil millions
in Virginia and Tennessee ; telling
them that if they did not cbunge their
policy Mississippi und Texas would be
lost, too. The Senator alleges thut
tho removal of Conservative Kcpubli
cans, and tho appointment of .Radical
carpet buggers has scattered the hope
of the loil to tho winds, and Is driving
thousands of votes to Dent and iluin
ilton, who uio supported by the
"rebels" and nro bound to be elected.
Geaktism. llfltis Geury, whn re
tailing bis falsehoods in the Court
llouso last week, should have ex
plained to tho peoplo why the Slute
Governor paid tu o hundred and eighty.
six thovtand, tix hundred and eighteen
Jollart moro interest on the State
debt the two past than were j.uid the
two previous years, notwithstanding
Ai! bad reduced the Slate debt four
millioni of dullurs. As a general
thing when a State or an individual
rcdueoa their debts, they liuvo less
interest to pay, but according to the
Auditor General's Report and Grary's
atory the taxpayers of Pennsylvania
pny much more interest than hereto
(ore, although Hans paid off $1,000,
000 of tho debt. This is evidently
liril financecring.
Of the Same Opi.iov. Greelsy, of
the New York Trilmne has a fellow
traveling over Europe cutccbising and
liiinling up great men, from whom be
extracts opinions with referenceto the'
future welfare of this country. This
man Friday a few weeks niro ititro-1
duced himself to Mr. Carlylo, l he
English historian und scholar, and
asked him what bo thought of the
nffairs of Yankee-bind. He replied
that the country was "going to h 1 ;
that its ofCco holders were as corrupt
ns tho d I could maka them." A
celebrated Wall street bnnkcr the
other da' Was asked tho same ques
tinn. lie also replied that every thing
Was going to the d I. lf tl.o Demo-
i iais cuiiiim escape tins suiio Ol allairsi
wucro will the loil millions appear T
The Tipe is I' p. The late elections
in Vermont and Maine sI.ot that the
"loil millions" are as mm h dvniorul
iied in those Slates ns their brethren
ore in Virginia and Tennessee. Grant
tarried Vermont lasl November by
"2,VZ2; now ibe Pads have less than
"11,000. The majority for"ho proieil
cuplain of the age" iu Maine was 28,
059, while the majority ti.r Governor,
on tho 115th ull , wus lo-s tliun $.(Hi(l.
Courage, Demouinla! Tho tide is up.
and will nol subside until tlio I Judical
herds are swept from every Stale in1
tho I'nion. Tho same disorders, so
visible and cffeclivo in Virginia,
Tennessee, California, Vermont and
Muine. prevail in Pennsylvania, Ohio
ontl tbe rest nf the Union. p,kcr.
and Tendlcton are bound lo be elected
Governors of llu.M UtXej. Su( jn
October. The crimes and follies of
the party in power are visible to every
rye, and must be condemned by every
hiind Dot trar.ed by bigotry and
fanalitisin. . ' '...-
IftamTaCmVWBeiatWsel
rtlrvidi .t'.ua.
Tho Ucdlm-d (in:,ttc nnyt : 'From
every part of tho State come the
tidings of ucecssions to 1 1 io Democrat y.
Iho nl tempt l lone .M!g.. .-Mintage
on our State I broil nil Iho inslnimcn
Inlilv oflhe 1'ilUn-r.lli Amendment,
u!'a-!,71I
! malversation
C short coinings ol Gram's iJnunm
iu corruption uml ollii ial
nl tlio Sinlo eapilol,
!..:.. I ..III, it,.. i......... ,,l.,,;i,-
!J 1 . 1 .,
ol tiovi-rnor (ieuiy. Iiavo iliorouL'lilv
I,- . ,., ,. .1,,.
; uisifUHieu uie ruiiK huh itiu in uiu itiui-
. ,, ,
I eal party ami have caused even n.uny
oi ill leaders to rcfriud tlio ciiiiiviimi
with indifference. This is tho inso
Uii-uuKIioul llie SUlo, buUnputiully is
.. , , mill,. ,
,t otervu ,l0ii. lMuladelpliia and in
doubly sure," it is only necetMrij for
every democrat to go to the election and
vote. Thin liino Iho Democracy uro
perfectly united on their Stuto iiomi
natioiii. A lurj'o coiiHcrvativo vote in
rravitutinir to our side. Therefore, let
to put forth our xrhole ttrennth and mal.e
.. 1 r . 1
our Victory OieruhdmilKI. Our word
, ., .. ,;f . . ,
for it, that if wo poll us large a 1'enio
crutiu vole as that cast for our Stale
Ticket ut tho last October elect ion.
itiiijoriLy. i e c:.h pot. inui, vote.
Will it bo done ? Let tho Democrats
of tlio several election districts an
swer. To bringout a full voto, much work
must be dono. The tooting of horns,
tho rattling of drums, tho tinkling of
cymbals, the splitting of throats by
public speakers, arc of but little avail.
They are sound and fury, signifying
nothing. Through, systematiied or
ganization of each and ever' election
district by tho active Democrats in
tho representative districts, is what is
needed. Let this bo bad und there
cun bo no trouble in getting out every
voter to the pdls. Never mind the
blowing of radical bands and radical
speukers. It is ull wind.
work vhile they tout and tall.."
' Bewaiie or Gkarv." Tho World
says "now thut tho terrible old war
horso Geury is onco moro on the war
.ath, it is well enough to revive bis
!.1J .tory, which behold, with great
success, in Ins first fight f,.r the Gov-1
crnorsbip of Pennsylvania,
1 .
frightening Stonewull Jackson to
death. According lo Geary, that sol
dier lay dyingin bis tent, anil sudden
ly summoned General Longslrect,
w hom be thus addressed :
"General Longstrcet, did you ob
serve that tall, imposing form to day,
seated on black borse.in the thick isl
oflhe tight, as wo did buttle!"' tuoth
Gen. Linigstreet : "I did, indeed, my
deur (ienoral." "Thut man, so val
iant, wit Gen. Geary," excluimed
Stonewull. "Mark ino.bcwareofhiin !
Avoid him! Longstrooi, be
ware of Geary '." With this
dying injunction to his comrade, the
hero of Shenandoah departed.
The dying injunction of Stonewall
Jackson, us reported by Geary, Is now
repeated to tho voters of Pennsylva
nia : "Beware of Geury !"
Gov. Geary. This ecl-.brated Slate
ofliciul puid
and let oil' some
Conrt llouso,
"s sinned
discriplion
mills, furnaces, farms
and beautiful
milkmaids, which wis utmost divine
had not bis statement, b.eko.l ir. 1..
fulness,
Ilo blowed and puffed, and
puffed and blowed, for nearly an hour
over tlio prosperity of the country,
but in winding np be admitted (hut be
now received a salary of J.1,000, ($ J.0O0
moro limn Gov. liigler received), but
that there will not as much real money
in $5,WU now as there was in $3,0U0
then. What a beautiful picture of tbe
prosperity of the Slute?
1OOK II eke ! Gov. Geary last week
told bis heurcrs ihul $5,000 in green
backs w as not worth as much money
now as 83,0ti0 in gold in ISiiO. If this
is to, why does be persist in idling
tho people that tho country is in a
prosperous condition ? lleshoubl also
have explained why ho spent MO,
WO n.o,!e lust reur in runnin, tho
State machine than it ever cost before.
If bis cxlravngai.ee continues, should
he bo elected again, tl.o tax-papers
cannot raise money enough lor hitu
lo squander 011 his favorites.
Look OtT tor Them. Wo arc in-
formed that Democratic tiekels arc i
being circulated with tho name of C.
R. Early substituled in place of John I
G. llnll for Assemble. We lioor.
..; . ' .
1'cmocrais w in see thai this li.cco ol i
iRliystcring is properly exposed.
i.m
I mi
corrtipuon ring is playing a heary
Lunie. J hrv uro usin? moitev freelv
and will stop tt nmliin.' in order to!
cled that old "roost,." Dr. Early.
Demiiciats, exutuiuo your tickets
closely bcdire you voto. Dr Euily
bus rinploycd some who have hereto
fore been Democrats to dislributo hi.
lickels, and they will tletcivo you if
possible.
Vole iigiiinst the puny Hint is try
ing lo forco negro suffrage upon the
Slute of Pcntisylvonia, against the
vill of a large majority of hercitir.ei.s
Where did Geary get the law, (o
exile Hester Vaughn, the unfortunate
Welsh girl Ho dono it without luw
to shield a partisan villain.
Democrats, voto for your nominees' !
Iloii'tcompi'oinise w ith rings, roosters,
and corrnplionists.
1-iot no Duniocrut stay nway from
llio polls on next Tuesday. Look out
for spurious tickets !
Vole agaiiial (ecary the tool of the
corruption ring at llarriaburg.
the custerii and central counties, i no , el,.lusillslil. nima io wUMi M,,,1H , ,y n,OB0 ,,. w, make your national , ); 'Z7n c o'r ,iL nZ'J" "" i w' h ",id w- M",n 3rl
indicuticniH now arc tliat Packer and toawalienovory ItilentMpark of attach-1 lit. "v , to deprivu you of 3 our liliU i fn,,e'ti,r ' ' 1 " " i j.avabla at Momalale, ..aid not. brin otrr di)
Pei-Hltiii" will bo elected by ut leant nient to vou, us when in an vat.t u col-! I minhl, indeed, refer you to tlio t t an .'..il-d. il.t iD 1I. A.u 'Hrr. tlm Im.,o. " "" "M frul j? "' ,,u'L'r")'-
10.000 minority. Icction.you deliberate upon ,hc wron i action, in New York u few .lay. fincc, ZZZ: Oc.,, ' ' '
T ," , , you have mitlered : upon lh cutramH : when uolU went up trom 2.! to llil, bon.,r 1.1..1 bo.i.nv m n,. n.t ., i "TT.TTr; 7 : : : '
In order to place our success be- vmi hlivu ,,nrlie . . uluJ r, ut,am ,' t(, all j fc, .1,.. ..- , ,0 ,.,! I .Vi"8 mZE t
yond all doubt, "to muko OHsurancc lie atri.lo this n.otlern J.iottiHiliot., the ! Ihthort nnaco of forly oi-ltt hour. ! ? 'T,. .""T '"'"l'" "'""V? ", " I "f t ..
our town a visit last work, pure themselves for future usefulness, j I?. r . ' T.n' I "Tl' J-'enllemon must
of bis esotiam in the Regarding ourcandidalo forjudge ,::, ,. . 1 9 ?' '"
h-i.." ...... ot Supreme Court, Hon. Cyrus L. Per- i ,iiii. r. :" 'v., ' , ,r i"'ii.rr(irton, winch cume
, s.i iMM.nr.iui ;viiiP'ii. . . lit i . w,.r,, .iiiic (iiiiiuyiin ... nullum 1 t.itn'ns m.... m. .r. : .1
, , . . . "iiiiiij; ne iis wvn union" vou iuTe : I ut i . i n- - muii-iu.is vi
on ny giving a glowing) ,c bus been five vears in the Legisla-1 7,1 . . . . 1 . 01 1 menl and reloi m, there 1, in,
of tl.o prosperity of taw-1 Jure, and is a man eminen
f.raiiif fi!'rinfr Hatty.
lu si coidunio v ill. thecal! of ( hair-
: mull of 'utility t'liiiiiiiillee, .1. liluho
lit- i . . i . !
: 11 alter. , ii lare mnl ti it iikii ill I V
ct.lliiisijsiic meet i n l' ol ll.u Demo. Tai y
,.- (.!,., assembled in ilia lour!
! Huttsc in ibis place, on Tuesduj even-
1 injur, September iiNh, ultimo. Tim
''eding was ca.lc.l to order Py i ..nr.
, ,,. j ,
nun in V I'll 111 i I in l ill 11 tec, u lie, I Hint.
oyer n-u nominated und elected
i,, t;; i,,, ip,.y ,,f president. ,h
i II..,,.,. ,.,i.. I.;a ...;,; I...
i , i' -i ;1 '
! witunl. mikJ :
I..MHIH AND (il:NTI KMKV : It llll'oliU
. ,, . . .,
into mi ineitaoie pietiMiro io iin'hiue
m.cr ,Hhy f ',,. (V.,mv.c!lie...
j w,n (.ut., tniretlier to lisletl to the
' leaehiiii'ii of iho Jiemoer.tlic purtv.
-tv.
; ' '"'ve lieen iviilt you in many Kili.
Icriio'ii for widely dillerent iiiiriionea,
. lm 1.,1
that
present (on.'ies, 19 lakinir to niitk
iiirevcr into oblivion our cberihhed
rii'hu.uiid ttieilearly boualit liberties
handed down to yon from v.mr ances
. . ..1
tors. It is u time-honored system in
llto ISrilihh army to permit eacii re
. . .
inent to inscribe on us ensin the
1 eniiienients in which it participated,
i I'hd the dav and lilt.ee al which thev
, ,
I occurred. 'J hen lei tho Democracy ol
Clearfield ucliievo 11 victory on tlio
1 tit day of next October, that they I mutters to things neurcr homo. J will
may have inscribed on their cseiiti h-! '''II you what 1 have seen in thut place
eons, in leltcrs of living light, "The above all others where honor und lion
Victory is Ours." 1 esty should predominate, in tho ma-
Thu following officers wcro then ; bii'X of good, wholesome laws to gov
elected: lern our people.
Vice President. Vii. C. S. Worrull, "You, honest men of Clearfield
Oner licll, Jr., Frederick Shod', O. L. county; vou ho lire unskilled in the
Schoonover, J. J. Tie, Duvid Erhard, ftiietst ut Slato d plomii.y; you whose
Patrick Dtuley. . iniitds nro tree from tho taint of cor-
Secrrtaries David F. Etzweilcrand ; ruption ; you who consider it u crims
J. S Smith. i,0 greatest magnitude to break
Committee on i?''.'ViifoN. Dan'l. W'. j the trust reposed in you bv your lei
Moore, John Lawshe, W. I), liigler, ; low nian ; you, I sav, honest men,
V'Hj'i. ... 11. .a or. in, j. m. vuminiiigs,
11. . .mitli, James V. Jiarielt.
lion. Win. liigler was culled upon
to address tlio meeting. Mr. liigler
remarked :
"It was only yesterday thut I con
sented to introduce to you lion, llieh-
, . j .......
nni V mi v uml if .mi .,;il
I vr0llwc lh"J'
j redeem my pledge. Tho genileman
1 betn- absent, I will bo compelled to
)" '? renin, upon tl,e can,!,.
....KB, ....11. ...... ..ur caniiiiiaio nir
Governor. Indeed, I shouhl, be doing
11 tisl co to vou did I remain retieeni
urUinir'himi
a-s.viated with ,im for vears noliti
eally and comme
f'T hi... that be po.-es-es those amia- j
H- - witl, snCicient
,., .. - .... ,,1. ' .... 1
anv nosuion in .inibin
IIIIOUl..lW8. ,,,MU-,li,,,, 1
. 1
- -
ly, he
l.as that depth of mind that
enables him to nerceive the resonr,,..
of our country: and to develot, ,,em !
, I 1 -ii 1 11 1
... a .... .l,. wluioi.y. ib a 1 K geo
against him by our opponents that he ;
is a man of immense wealth. 1 think i
that tho man who I. ns arisen from the
depths of poverty to tl.o heiehts of i
opulence; from the position ol a coin
mon mechanic lo tho distinguished
manager of those engines of interna!
worth, railroads, is deserving of the
praise and support of tho people. Ii
certainly bespeaks energy and ubility
of 110 medium character. Y'et, when
wo consider that Asa Pucker bus not
coiifimd tho benefits of bis vast nccu
niulultons to personal case and luxury ;
thai he has not only applied his money
to the increase ol iho physical weallli
of our country, but ho has endowed
magnificent colleges, and added to the
menial and moral worth of the nation
by providing the means bv which the
llv fitted fori
tho position.
You cannot deliberate
! 100 "!- '.h an important
, vollliir men (it nnr .-niiiitri' muv tii..
I"""1" lh? " tojlhl.v .... ; , :.....,,,...:.',
individual right Hint, inav bo iriven
into his charge.
1 feel that you will
enter into this election with in inter 1, ,1, v r. 1
est thut the necessity of the case de- "l " " "f " J".ur
1 1 ,. , 11 1 himilics, you may curtuil iho luxuries
maiuis, and tbut voir labor trill lie ,.i:.. ... 1
, , , .. , , . : ol lile. to avoid tl.o cla ins of tho man
rewarded by the bucccssful election of i .,i,u ,. . . . .
our nominees " I 1 " l,U J0 ,r '"ll0 hn in
, ;. ..., r .. .'grasp, but you can never be successful
John G llnll, Esq , being called , jn r,'mvin ,,, ,Slul0 II1(.rtgage ..,.
upon to address the meeting, aaid : i..r,iii r,. "K 1
..1...-. . i-. , J ""f homes till you give the manage-
1 am nol among you on a political , n,,nl ,. lin-XM,,.t,0 mon vho w j
tour, and only repa.r to these scenes ; .,, ,,,, ,,:...-. ,, ,.Vi..,.,..
of past pleasure to renew my old
acquaintance with you. Although I
am not a nuiive of this county, yet I
hnvo spent in it thut porlion of life
(from boyhood to manhood) in which
the character is moulded, und h.is
ii.cornoruled will, its i,l,vi,h.l l.in !
...... . . 1 tli 11 1. men who Imvo committed out-
hose i-hiu that l,vow,lhn.i,nlhr...i,.hjr mi(J t . " , 1
lime. Yes, 1 may exclaim .TI... 1. ,md them. Vnt they say he
mv own, mv native and ' and mv L , - . .
fnemls, 1 (eel that ym, may never
!'' " to Wusl. f..p an v act ,f
i-.. . i.., , - . 1
mine. 1 remarked I
Wfiu .1.1. on a -
.... . . .... ...
poimeii. tour.n.id I lieing a candidate :
lor oniee, It might seem inopportune
IllOpporllltie I
forme to nildrcss you, as ii isatnasim!
..(' , -.iil.iu.ii.Ln .1.. . i i iiuoine. Ol ti'llini: it ooia inn, retliovo i
of our profession thai ho that pe.ds;., t, ,.,: 1P ,
ins own case l.as a Inol for a client. ..
Yet, my friends, hero at the fountain. , . J
head of Democracy jbe..,, here. hose!"'1 b.n' r"l''"",! "t"n L u'h"
p. inciples that I -cherish were firmly j "'i'1' ' UU r r"""'y-
implanted in nivmind; hero l "l w ''"T '
.r,.io ,l,;.,b ,.r if... .1....,, .i.i .i. . .- I" will cxamino tho tax they gt
my
"is ...v ..i ...ii. a no , irn-a
drooping spirit, resuscitates llie ,
d..sa,ri.oM,li.kesll,el.i,o.l I J
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t.)"'11" my rage, cor
(!....; . .. ... i
iiiiiii.'ii niioi ul l, iii-iiiir,' oil ri,.
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w ardid, that time, timo llint prtinen
no oeiecis, w ... restore us io our once
l,,.i.r.v ,1.,-. I ii,.i,u ... :
Should you see hi to place m in ll,.: !
I1'"11" )'",'r Lcgiluturo, 1 will try to
1,1 - n l...ai ..(' ..... ..i.;i:... ... .
the best of my abiliiv to represent
yo,. honcsily, lairiy and for your ad-
. "j,-, , i a '
io inllaenco my i.ndui't ny ,
b.wl.,1 salary, may my arm be palsied'
.... i ..... ,;
i. ml mv to..auo cleave to the roof ol
. -.i . i i .
my mouili. If I ever do anv act that j
. i. i , , ,' .
i ii i v nir- ,-i.ri ii in, eurso me .
.... ' ' v 1
us ull such men should be cursed : Like
my niiino from your books, a'id blot
mo for. ver from tho record of your
memories."
Mr. Hall was followed by Hon. Wm.
A. Wallace, who spoke io substance
as follows :
"When I think over the accusations
that have been and lire made by per
sons ngaii.'t me; when I think of the
rile slanders that I. uve been circulated . of tho parly whoso corruptions are
by iiiuliginitil enemies among my lei-(famous in every porlion of our conn-low-ciliiens
of (his ( 'oinmoiitvealih, try, and is let itiinly worthy of your
attd whil-ll IlllVn fi.tllnl a.llll.iortol'e. mnl '.,,,.-. 1 at ill n... ni-.ra ,
believe,, among many; 1 said. he;,o the poll-; y k.,..'yopr duty, j
l iiuiiK (ivcr these virulent and tin- i and I truat you w ill perloin. it. 'J'li.-u. I
founded iisi.i.ha, I ,,,. (Imt mv aer-lnilh Asa I'licker at the head of our !
vices have been Very feebly reainner- j Stale affairs, wo will build A motiu
stcd. I In t hen 1 meet my inanv ! menl so bielt that the wuves of corriin.
friends hero in my tno.i.it it iti home;
when, with cbceiliil c miitcnances,
...lulu up who uieg.owoi symjiainy, 1
tin y .tctii to me llto light I and of
fellowship, I inn convincd llint in llio
l.al'ty lumbermen i f r.V cherished
...'.... i . . I I t' .i i iii ii.n
coumy ua so .num..-.. ..-i.,...
Inn e miiile no .IriiinhMrdlioii. J have
beun mnl liiiie nit it time In represent
vmi III the Ini'lu-st lioilv in your mine,
mnl null time Imvu 1 run u vole
beyond the regular licht. This, 1
think, in si.lllciint ondo.-scmcii!, uml
'extirpate every doubt that mij.
ht
' arise in the mind of any oho as to the
i . I. -:, t w . , ol' mv limnnr llollj 111 V
,ii.-
;duty.
" I II tllV rolllfll l I'll 0llfill0 lliyHcIf
I ... .... , . ... ........ ... . i. ........
m mu nmiu u-ijimuiioi o, uw o,.n,
I tlin-e year-.. 1 ini.-ht ry ....propri.
'"I' ly pi'"" hevond tliu Ctlitilie of tilir
, fSlalo. 1 mi.'lil iiiiv thu Nntioniil (iov -
ptlV
: eriiineitl
VHltill"t01
Visit. I
tiiiirtit Mieak to you of I io iniipiiioun
; J,, thai l,av been inaiitutcd
I'PH'ccMiinijH thul Imvo boti iimtiluU'd
let, 111 tltut ultort timo, men were
! pluimed into Iho innr.es of poverty,
I mid others elevnicd to the heii'lita i
......
wealth. J iniL'ht hhow vou how tin
III! IIO llir
secret disposiliollt of llio resources of! bi. fillon ointina, auU lrl thia our lionoml oan
nni, 111,1 ,. 1a ll.., ... ...... .t.lniv I ili'lalu U ail't one more alar to III. con.trllulion
. . 1 - -
-'eiv 1 ork rules the luoin y niarkJta
' ..
il' tlio metropolis, and builds lorlunts I
1 "I- breaks them ut tlt whims of the'
...... n- 1 11
; Secretary of the 1 rcasiiry. I will
'pus" ''oui tlio consideration of these
would tiltish 10 .e0 tlio con
mititwn ns
1 lf . , , ' , , ,,
exhibited in IIarr.sl.nrg. 1 could tell
1 i ....
each ol MX .Senators 1 could tell you
.T". rhu'!,." twe,"i'
..Hnw,,.,vu
, mu 1 mv nuf u im u rn'nuiu
I I ... I. ? . . , . ,.
wwiwirn unutT IIIU nOtQ III 0 M'HUtOr
! Z ' 1 r . 'll' T1
I have been inlhe minority ever since
! I have represented you, u.,1 1 can loll
you it required ull the firmness wo
c a fommaiid to keep a firm and
unbroken lionl to tho loe.
r , ,.
nebt of
,0"r.S"10 .nr"J ' 10 w 1 1"'i
to the ranlit.gs
.,,. n.ri ,r , , o , .1 V,
5"
millions ol dollsrs. and collected
1 1'.im a oil u-.t.-L- ml h,,., ... .i.i j.j
iiisiiicsscapae,.,,,,,, cu(it,s ()up SlHtc.
' 1 ...... "... .....jj .iiv.i, i'l nun IIIIU
.1... 1 . .1 .... ,t . -.i .L -ow;'rul V'ro"-"i. Inthnt million
wlu.l have they donu with tho :
They assumed control of ihi
! Z . " . """"'" - u"" m'''n''.v
t i "IT" lh r.l,"e
lneii 11 oHouaucw 01 so.no thirty-
mini iv t'wtii n unn ui
t seven miliioiia of dollar.
bi.t.n ,,aviri
vplir, h ,
jlu f;ae jc',,
J hey huve
11 fur nine!
on" thut sum
,.v a,,iM iu 111 Moii. iiiir
e i ,7 " ..m . ' . ""ul0 IK
o. uoi.ars. mill is. ti.ev imvo 11a 1
' J I
alHitit four millions. I name these
amounts in round numbers, but 1
sp. uk Irom the books, lor il you bnvc
a copy of the Attorne3' General's Re
port, and tuko tho trouble, you will
find Iho amounts I hare stated, and
will state, correct. I stated that they
had collected somo sixty millions ol
dollars j now twenty-eight millions of
ti
lis money, by u special ad pussed
n IS., and unrepealed should have
lo. nied a s.i.k.ng fund, for the reduc
mn of U,o Slate debt If t hat money
had been appropriated to tho purpose
I'... ti..i..l. i 1 .....a I I ' 1 1
... ....... ,o..uu .e.ieo u..u to.-1
Ki-.eu, 1110 .-siu.e aem, instead ol hcing
I " ",l""""u ,ur
rl el. r . ' """"i
,,. ,. -
111 some wnv filiv-six
.nillions of voiir ,,,.. 'PI..,-
..... Iw.,.. ,!...,. 1...... .".1
- j .1 un 1 ru
., '1.. '1 ' " . . . ... 1 -, T
j to relievo you of this liability. You
1 must do this if you want success. !ir
tne men wno nave noted out ol your
Nuvings w ill never introduce relorm.
It is .otilraiy to experience, in opio
d!ii,.r. , r ,i.a ...,.t:. 1 r.... .... 1.' .
.... .a o ...siurj,
I,,' " P " .! 1 , , ' '",
! 'T iV'V
.'IT!, i us 01 ih. -on i in 1101 ai ons. cic
'. ..'
i.ei. us cxatti i.u . 11 i. inner. . icv i
.... :, , .. tuLm. .,, c., . ' ;
...V .,- A..,l,ll.U .,. Illilllll. All..
' , . .' . . i .
, l.i i
go.g me,
, r ' ., . .
.-,.,,..,,. ,.,,, : 4k. t. 1 .
-.-, , """ """ y-
1 m'rc ""l (,,IP S V" that does
inol use somo iir'.ide which is trans-
poneu over tne .'real ll.oroilL'I.IalT
llint traverses our
tale from cast lo
west, ono branch of which reaches
'. here. Ol course this corporation, the
lll,'8 ul
.,:''":rlv,"'i ""i!''1 l'.V
j.,'
i,nl..
ie tax to the Stale colleel.
bill !
"?, Pl """'" ' " " ""T P.v I
. . . .. . ti . ..
' " '"r " u ' 3.f use.,;..,,,.. , ,i.p. si,..,.., f.,.r....,
and thtis, by the ini reaso ol Ihuir rali h'n,', 'ul''.''" wi.i.liniii.tiir.hiol m..-liin.
"", '" ? ''V',"- U tUy
tax various articles ot home coiisuiiip-
. , , 1
It. on: ant when you pay over the
. , .i ' , 1 ' . , ,
conn ers of he merchant wit . whom
i .. ...
vou i en a uniht on I he ooi tin.. l,.
J . r.
iceil charged In 111 by tho wholesale
lusniitaclurer, I wonder if you do not
,, .,.v .So. .!,,-- I..,.,.t mr. ...... I.
, ' . - i . .
.,b , uu.in. r"J 1 in, ,,
......it .iiniiernig till 11.0 coioorauollS
(if this StlllO. e
nl- - t ...-ll ,!.. . , I
"In conclusion, I will make a short
allusion to Olir ClllldilllltC fir Assembly
Ho is the caudidato lawtully cliosenl
by the Democralic convention. He is I
a man ii.nl I deem bevoud the reach C
.1
lion may Pent ugaiust it harmlessly,
and gatiicritij; energy with years, ibis
iiuuie Olil t,OiiunotWeaub will rise
j pillar of irli.rv nrnl nitigih, f,am lf,!
1 summit of v, hi, , wilt float the bright'
banner tlmt protects tlin l ii'litH and i
' I : I : .- . .. "
nm-i .n-s m our cuizciis. '
()n inoliiin.Joliii I, an I'.,, r.,
t tic- following an Ibe report of the Coin-
untie
on involutions :
U lunula. We lie w it h alaim th. pronijr try
ml ewTUilion thai run. not in C...J l.nmrii anj
di-parllm lit 01 .National and Kl.lr '(.,., orinii"ol,
overthrow ol II,. r,.intuli,.i ,,shu ( tlr
Italia ami I lio ili-,tiutioh of all ll... ......... l
ru : th.- ,...,,i,-. ,,
iuIiiik to tliu tub! ctaiuti
I"' ",,r " """n l"rm of ruri-nimriit ami !.
I nvni.l lii.crii(. Ui.tl iu.tha.i-J hy our ooijlc
i .,,,. , n,,,,,,, r
Kf.lvJ, 1 kal ll Ih-ntoarstic mrt i. tiMna
t.,rii.l!..ii.iiivai,.lr.ir h,,. .... ...'i... .i ! I
" -
ZZTZJ.J. !., t.-
nl tin. i;..irnm, nl, Siai. ,i,j K,.j,ml ; lotbnu'
a.llii n-ii. c Io Ilia ...v, i-h-mi v of lli tiit,. f '
I ailiania. aii.l t,, at, urliul.,ag oitlm right, uf thui
1 1"-"!'1" ' '"
Itvrohfd. Iliut in ili-tirivhi- ui of a riu-lit (o tic
,l, rutitK,,,,,,,, oth,. K,lh .mad..,nt lb.
-'-''""rrui PennulTin vm.Ii-j im-CuiiMim
...... i.i.i . ,
i arnir,,i.
I K""uiuii, Tlmt ir. itu. Hon. cn.. L. I'er.hiNB.
"'" ""'"""" """"n f..r Ju,ie-, .
1 ,. t ,i.i,rai. u.. . . .1 .1.,, ,
1 iiiw-ini"e iiittM ritrn tiunilTlia iiiar iimIiM
,. ( tlfimer-ip .. ririit. uml ,l,itma ...
I (but baa Ibrown 11a iodiRial livl.i nvr u. iH,..iWr.
1 iiiui uaa
: ,.
Hn-ii-M. Tba. Ir. John . Hail, our rand. .1,1,
for A.-.oi.lv. w bav. a -"homan ol alum; aa.l
"aral.-r, ,ur n'" lii..,k a nnit.d au.
, ,, mll,je, J ,u.)rv
Ki'toli'i-U, 'ibat in tho Ocmocrntlo uoi.iin.sa for
7. T , ' I ' , ,7 """' r
o avkno,!,,. wo,.b and aliil,,,, , .hom ..
pMp III. u...l and oord.al .,,,, ot lb. p...,.
With three cheers for "Packer, Pel -
shing und the Democratic ticket " the
n.eetin.r udiotifned
mtlllllg adJOIII IHO.
at
The ItiltrtHt on the Stale Debt.
During the ycurs of Democratic
rule in Pennsylvania, tho Common,
weal th paid 41 und 5 per cent, interest
on its loans. Theso rates wcro main
tained until lMiT, w hen on the recom
mendation of Gov. Geury and the Slate
Treasurer hotnble. a new loan was
....,;.,, ...1 , .....1 .1 1 , .1 -
".,uitu iu ii-mueo Mill UIU, ill IB Itew
! i " u.. , r. ;
niovemnnt . niino m tl,nu-,,,. ,l ..
;fi,wti.iiiV.ii., nunc in 1 u 1 - u CX(.'C
. t,,al of lUe ock(!l. oflhe Slal0 x,
rer nod other liadicul ofiuiuls. T
eiisti-
te
nlil Inane ..miiM I, I
! wil)"'ul V l o rate
v-ni.( iititc tiwii lu 1 1 111 tiru.
I n,w' loan 'oT red "f
' ,7,1, ?, ,1 opporlun.ty to
!..,,, lo reemnmend i .r. , ,,
' ,;- r, ut 1 - 11 .1 ,,'
I wur,ruJ ' '
Jieustircr to keep on bund a large
motnhly balance, Ivbich be could bt,
! out lo Ins laroriles, to the incalculablo
; udvuntago of himself and his .riends.
'i T . . " l'"!t '"':'VJ'
i' .i ... rrriiiu i hu iinHT nirri. nrawn luinvor n Jna
itinnd Slate Treasurers, nud lo re elect
.toy ..Clllv.
Hence tho schemo was
1 were OorroweJ al six per cent, and at
i " o1 ,IC '"" of '-
0 now have the chY. t .,f 1 hi. n,t
mirable stroke of Radical linunceering
In lti7 the commonwealih puid
.,... more interest than IMiii, und in
'7 'lpaiU more that, in
sH U ...... i- .,.,.. . i.,. .....
" -.v.v .r. U III,. IU mi'
; people, bv tlio oneration of tl.!a new
Radical loun, of tflGiLiilS in two vears
A voto for Geary and tho Kudical can
didates lor the' Legislature, is a vote
to endorse and encourage such Irauds
upon the peoplo.
Radical Testimony. In proof of
nnr oft. r.ft.n.,1.,.1 a..,..,,. -1 1...,. !... .1...
' l!,.,li,.nl nana- .;,.., .1 ....
roi. of Goternmont, have des.royed
, eliniry and plundered tho Public
j Treasurywe hero give un ex rue
j from ft uUli$ U, Vmitrem by
.. I
m r jiawea, a
Radical Republican,
I who said
remember
publican
into
retrench
Mitahl,
"-' evidence thateannot be doubt-
i "'-ad in the lnd tht M,UV
I 1' mM'f '""' "
man in that junnlr u,ir nt ,.fA .
,,, ,,,,. '. ,:... , .
; ." tJ'.s uj IOC
Government dining iho Administration
w Lit 1. the peoplo burled from power
..-' lllisc ,, un CUITUJIIIOII.
ilnr flvfisfnunts.
TM. RKEI) CO., aiab. l.nlltln.n
I T Dishine rooili ,Vo t.ft.
fur
i;IH MALU OR I.M II M.iA dry
.1 I iiw. V.1.1 Iradt lor a Irr-k oat and ait.
ti. difltranor ( or a J onn g coll.
ii.niuir. al una alhiv.
Ost S-lt
M EM'S' fnt llrili.b Vlsrioo Hoar, bandana..
VJ UowAli,a,at V M. BLKU A t 0 S.
A IMIMTR aTOII SS M1TIC l-lrftf-
iV of
Ailtmniatraliun with tbt will annrx.1
iii.. n lbs l;..?ate ot Jolm Pi, kmaon. bite of 111-
UnjM., CIsaifiiKI coiiTUv, b:tr. Isn pratitnt toth.
ulnrn.rr. Ail ptr,o j bavint e lannt will prva.nl
tbrm, and thi... indibt.-d will makr pa, mrnl lo
th. nntl.r.irni-d, or to W in. A. W a av. bta alt y.
al ( IsarS. I.I. I'a. A S. PICK I SSn,
Oil , r.li-i. Adinr. D. II X. C. T. A.
VimiM-o n AToirsi mitk iw-xu.i.
I. hrn-hv rn lb. i li t.i'r. ol a-l.nini.tralion
VH
.Mats ot SANl III. FliV. drosa.il.
k.r.h... ......hip. , ,r.r,d .,,,,
"""i
I. 0 dolt icrantrd lo llu- uri-lrr.ior J. all
,..,. .d.,.r,i t ,.,d ....... ,u pi,..,. ,k.
""i'S ' .'"1" ornrm.no, win
pr.-i.h.a,prop,rly .,i,..i......t i,.r,.i.ra,Bt
. PA.MK1. moiikk.
Karthana. nrt.S.'fjl Sq.i. A liiiin-itralnr.
DII1 I HON of PAH'I M RIIIP.
lb. partnrrah'p h.rr.ofnrr rxi.tinf brtwrsn
.iambi. A Slisrwnorl, at JavortiviMs, ('lrart)r.d
roun'y, waa Hi.aoli-l hy mnitial n.n..nt on tb.
. Bay ... r.iiistniH-r. I
th lay nf Sfplsmlwr. Isos. Tha hooka and
awoa.ia ai Itt. wuh tl,. aminr numUr of tb.
nn .C . Oa.sl.l., wb I, a,h..nl lo .tl. and
pay all claim. arHio.t the I ilr trm.
m c i, a v tit.r,
Faiilh'a Mills, t JAM EH MIKIiHOOp,
Osl 11. 'SIMlpd.
VA
I At-1 MIS! ... noto-e that 1 hare ttnr-
rliasrd at Sli.nS a Salr. all tb. traonal pr.m
irlv ol .l.Mrph Poit.r. ot Morn, town.bli., ( Irar
Md rountv. and li ll In. lam. wnh .aid Pottrr.
on loan puhlsrl in nit nmor. vii, M Inro-i a,,l
h., .... .i i i.uk o...;. hcad of ,,,
t rutliiig Uixrn, liuihrr ulrtU, I win pnitt s-tmitif.
hiti.NT wUrrlt, poet, ninvm, axm mni Jiwit, wittn.
Ab lt.li Ii-, Ii ti v in Hit. l.irti, nun in tli trUi,
vticNt tttit, vmi in Ibt) burn, Hid alii till ttOUCI'llulal
ntl kiiohrn .urn-tin. per tulif.ii.le fittd
A i mi, uki-n th rrnl rtpt" in ritntn.
JAM t.S T. U.uN.tfcD.
riciirfiplil. Oct. , l).,lu
MITHE!
loR THE Pt'ltPOskfr'atiar; ap tht Posk.
,1 .... . ........
I 01 ,n. tale nrm 01 M.k a Spenser, aw imnie.
oiateeellortlon ol all aeoei.mi i. now required.
Ail onartlM ai-eenntl will he in mr hand, for
K Itlem.Til until (hw 1-th ol Nov. 1 sit, and all
t .M ,,r ,., ,.,, rlMd lu ,h,
band, of en nmser for colleiiion
, " w- FTEXCKR.
W---
'OMKTIIINU NEW lho Art". at
W M. HKt.p A CO S.
Kl'HKKA!
I'Ol'X D AT LAST!
T
a,.d th. m nf m.okmd. that h. h. rand Cro.i.
','rk,e ,1.111. nr. on h.a lana. auwatr
on ihf bnkii of tit hiiHurtiMtitft rivur, .Hit 4
nlM lto lidiBbor ( Mr.
0v(. I, '6(MrfHt.
Its, rani.as ia price Irom St (HI to tt2j.ttJ
t Bis, at WJ. Rtp t is. a.
?icx flrrrtljfmrnls.
()r)han's Court Sale
tihiis:.: liixi).
ir;
tirlur of an ontrrof tb- (n.liati'f Coml of
ClenrtiiM rounlr, lhrr wilt I pipnatd !
iiulilie aatc mi llif tir'-aoai'V, OB Till USh
oil. m. I stilt, tlit Ml'ioin? "IcwrltxHl
K.lali. ritiiat in llanrli Inmob n, liiiliana
I'a.. lata tlt .lati' T Jonatlian II Siuilli
t',util'l t'V luiiili ul liaod lladclin, lliaa. Lunufr,
, auira lira .j aim uinpia,
i rnntaininir Ficrhtu Arrpi!
.onuining tigmy cres,
' m,,b ,,M"' ' i"m'1' U,M" Ul w"
rf l Wilb atllte I mo timber.
''""-i U"' ""' "J. '"""b "
""'''"""l""1. "' aala. aoj Ibe balan -a in una jnr
,kwc'u'r "itb lnt,rc,-, ,,,.,,
... . .... .. " '
(. uriJitt.
P,.-1,0,lr-A,lrn,,,',,',,,?,7.
1 x. ' ti PQriiinii ivt;iiiiok- vr oi-B'riiJiniijr ir
DR. Al THORN,
PHYSICIAN k SURGEON,
HA VI N.J loeftttxl At KTlertewn, C)rrfic!rl to.
l'a.. clferi liii rrfM.)DRi rvir In th
nile of the flurronnditiK tMiuntry. (Kfjit. 29,'69-jr
L
ATK.-T BTYLi: of llONNrTS and 1IAT8.
at Alra. Walaon'a.
rEW blVLK WAIEK I'KOOr HAT, at
Mrt. Wa.ana .
1 IIMIMstTIIATOH'M M)TH I' Nl i-t
1 lb.r.l,,r,.tnlbaU.t..r.ofailu,inl.lr.l,on
,f ', Z4 mAtll T d M
; , ,,.,, tMn.h,p. oi.rld tonn.,, fa ,
j bari.,( bran dulj irrantrd In tba anittraicnad.
" P"1 indanwd tn .aid ,.t.i. o.ll pitaat
ttak. Immidiaia patmant, tnd tboat hain(
olaint or deiu.nd. will prrt.nt tbrol propt.l
I aulbrnticalad lor ae.ilaoien. a-ithont d.lat.
Il'l JAI on WISK, Ailni.nlrator.
1C9. I860.
V0l THE FALL TRiD
NEW GOODS & KEW STYLES.
J. Ii. 1. L,IiIITCAI.
Market Street, Clearfield, Va.
JJAS JlST 0FR5ED t lar,, and wtll
ttleewd ttock of FALL and WI.NTrtt BOOTS
and FHOES; tbt laUtt ttrltt of IIAT3 and
CAPS, At., vbiob be will atll ratir roa ciaa.
The Latest Styles of Hats and Caps.
Boots, SL0C8, Umbrellas, ic.
' CALL and SEE for YOl'lISELYKS
Place : next door to Adams' Ex. Oficc.
Hepi. !:, cv-if.
OCTOBER
1869.
1869.
F.lIiL Tit AIIL
NEW GOODS!
NEW GtK)DS!!
NEW GOODS!!!
WM. REED & CO.,
Market Street Cleaifeld, Pa.,
J JAVE JlST OPENED a larf. tui con
pl.te a,portm.nt nf
Foreign and nomrsllc
DRY GOODS;
F.mbracing a full line of Press GooJt
l'ai,l.y, Woolrn and ''pb,r hbawla,
liorrd Shirta, K.ne Klanart. for undrr.
wsar, Poaari and Cap..; Trimming!
of all kind, Alrxandrr'l Kid tilov.a,
( anptrior to Joutina,) Z.pb..r and
tV orated
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S'
FURNISHING GOODS,
1IATS, CAPS, FURS. iC, C, AC
IIAttMJ atlrled oar own etock with lb.
rreatret eare, barrra will tnd a derided
Advantage in calling.
nAVlN'O MA PR ARllANlillMENTS wilb
in importine house ia the ea.., eoanl.T dtaltn
will Iw tiipplird with 7.iphrr In any quintitr,
at Krw York and Philadilpbia Jotibiae pricn.
ll.arlitld, bipl. 11, I s(li tin.
EW PTOUK AND NEW GOODS.
JOS. SHAW ii SOX
Hits just ppmed a
Star Srost, on Main St.. CtraarirLD, Ti.,
lately occupied by Wm. T. IKW1.V.
Their tlnck conaiitt of
LDUi'a' (33- COLD S3,
Gkocta:M of lbs bent quality,
QUEENSWARF., HoOtS lUlll SIlOCS,
' a-nva.
and etery article necrtiarf for
one't comfort.
Call and examine our ttork before pur
rhaint elaawliere. Mat 0. ISCfi-lf.
lAM. tt. Anant.n...
,.w. ton aiHrsnoiia-
FAl-OPENING.
AltNOLD HAllTSHOn.V.
Ct'RwEssrii.Lt, Pa.
JJAVK JPPT OPENED a larae and moM
eomplrtr lUM-k nf
HATS A 1 -A PS, HOOTS & SHOES,
11 A I! D W A P Ii. (, U K KN S W A 1; E,
llArt.N. DKIKI) FRUIT,
GROCKIMES, SALT,
AC, AC, AC.
Satl.factioa trnaran.eed al (qnallly lad prise.
All ktni w. lumlsir and pseduee taite-t In e
ehanire for aMiiii, (lire a. a call !..,,. pnrrlia
lint elrewh.ro. ARNol.tl A 11AII1 S110UX,
Ctrs-wooilSi, fept. jj, so.ei.
Jmfluarf, Ilnirarf, (?tf.
MERRELI, k BIGLEUJ
aliaa II
II A 11 1 Y A 11 1
Alto. Mimfcturcfof
sMvijin and Sheet Iron Ware.l
1 ""' cliAlirlrl n FA '
lain, '
". V.t Tit. . i Ti.i i.-c li Dl l", l
J.Ul Of S.VLiiaO, iiiVliJl.0)
HaraaH, Collar., alt., (or aalt by
MF.UREIX i mr,i.F.n.
pALMl
tnf IU7 ForVa, (or aala by
M EliRELL 4 BIOI.F.R
QIL, PAINT, PUTTY, GLASS,
Kaili, aw., far aalt b
Mf.RRKLL 4 FI0I.F.R.
nAPNESSTIilMMlXGSiSUOE!
I
rudinfi, for aalt Of
MERRF.LI. 4 ItlflLER.
.....
NS'ISTOLS, SWORD CANES
VJ
For tal l
MF.FRF.I.T. 4 B10I.FR.
aTMvi.- mi1 ail soiiT.-t ANDi. ..:.r"".' .a.
v.
Butt, for aalt by
MERRELI. 4 EIOLER.
JHON I
IKON ! ILON : IKON
For talt by
MERRELI, 4 BIGLER.
lionet' i!lir.l.u a, lli-kl.Ulr Cllfilf
11"""" DUU,"J aa.o .ja.
KAILS, for ial. by
MERRELI. 4 BIGLER.
pULLEY BLOCKS, ALL SIZES
And bill llaaafarlara, for aalt by
MERRELI. 4 BIGLER
rpjJI MB LESIiElNS ANDPjFe
BOXES, for tali by
MEUHELL 4 BIGLER.
poDDEIt CUTTERS for tulo by
MERREI.L 4 BIGLER.
SAWS1 SAWS1 SAWS!
ATTENTION, LUMBERMEN !
. ItLI'ttLl TIO.r . S.IH'Sf
EMERSON'S
PATENT PEKFOBABATED
CrosE-Cut, Circular and Long Saws,
(ALL Gl'MMINO AYOII'IP.)
A LB O,
Emerson's Patent Adjustable Sw'age,
For Spr.adioc. Sh inoing. and fbapinf tb.
Taeib n( all SpliUinf 8awa.
X.StDd foe t Dfarriptiee Circular and Prlee
Li., btEKHELL A BIGLER.
Jaal-lf) flratral Ayrnu Cl.a.trld. P
m
FAIRBANKS'
STAXtlAnD
.a
fflLSS SCALES.
or ALL alM'l;
B!?!? Barrtwi, Vrarsbooea Troi-k,, Cspyita
Preaa.., laiprored Afooey Praw.t, Ae.
roa taut tv I BLACE A5D FAXCY SILtS.
M ERR ELL & RIGLER,Jr,SE black alpacas.
Dealers Iu Hard uar.
j.St-U? Fnwod Strorl, Clearfield, Pa.
G. S. FLEGAL
PIALER If
STOVES AD UOLLOAV-WARE,
and MAitifArrrRra or
Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron
Ware,
Phlllpaburi. Ceatre ra Pa
riATlK and.r.lan.d reapeetfally anaonaret la
L tha pub.ie that be baa on band a eare-Inlly-eeleettd
ard wall aliened itoek of Plotea
Ull tariety euaillU) of
7HE CELEBRATED IRONSIDES,
Which bar. oarer failed te elee perfect latitfer.
tioa to the a, oat fattidioai of Iu purebaaart.
Continental, Letiltb. Parmer, relii;h.. Speari'
Aati Pait. Ni.f.ra, Charm, lir.ald. da.,
with eeery tariety of tbe bail
F.lubarf Manufacture.
VaxTh! Tia tad Rbrel Iron wart rir.n with
tba Mora, ii made of Ibe keat'eit and heat
material, and warranted la glee perfect aatu-
laci.oa. nil aioca 01
TALLOR AND UEATINO STOVES
la larger, V-tter and eheaper Ikaa erer b.fore
eihibued to tbe puhlie. He d.fi.t eoaipet.tioa
tiUttr ia tariety, quality or priee.
tie la alio prepared to faraiia a aomplett
aaeorimeat of
Tin, Copper, Sheet-Iron, Wooden and
Willow Ware,
Wholesale nr retail, manufactured neatly and
with tha eel. tiew to tertiee, fres tha brat ma
larial ia tba Barkal.
rt.ows, now pntTs. t copper, brass
aiiu inun aaiILs,
Of eecry drtsrii Una eau.t.atly ea b2t4.
L1GUTN1NQ HODS,
Superior point pn. bo oa rhnrt anti.. ft.
.'TLati t,"."'.h. e U !'",,lle l "V al W
now aaed hy the I'rno.y l.aaia kailroad IV, oa
! thrtr buildmea.
OrtDEHS FOB SPOL'mo, ROOF1NU
Aad olb.r work b1onr;ln to V la buaiaeu will
he promptly tiled by eljietieaoed aad akilllal
workaiea.
BRASS, CorrER AND OLD METTLE
Takea la tlrbaap for aih.
ATtne s.psrlaMy Inrlt.i tha slteetlea of
Merchant, wlahine; tn pnretiaae at wholesale at
they will M M . .hear asranl.ra to taeniae
tie atook before arsbaaia atsewbero.
mam . . U, S- t'LEOAL.
rhiiipihur, A.F. , isfs. j:ttf.:
lalvor.v Slahlr.
IIIK aeilijTwd h,-ia b-avrlo inform (he pan
hc that br ia now lull, prepack ,,, ,mm.
dee all ia the ... of furuiahint lloiwa. p .e,r,
ad,llM aa.d llamen, on .lie ehmlret aotioe and
on reason. ol. (emu. kraiuence on Looaat ttroet.
betwrou 1 bird aud Fourth.
eaHlcM. April 11, ls7.
.T'w1 ' "' t ',tA !; HIM.
iT., . 1 l,r ""'" ( Ibe aew
rt.R HILL, and will oa Oi. reecipl of Iweare.
Irwetatt, anil ( copy It aae 4vlrm. j M
?ta! Cstatt for ai.'
Privale Sale.
I JL of Lit rtmmir ( rhy
I Tbe (-t outift.i.t
i
One Hundred Aom, now wito,
llrt"-lvnf .hKb 'tlaar.la.l.,,,,,",
'""i'HII". Ib.l-i.u,,,, W
d"'""' 'tealami.
1 U,, ,tn..:
BtlMrtAbla b.llltlitl. l" '
oniii in. aril 01 .orcDDQr liaiL ajhktl ... .
it will b. rtnu-U. .HtMH
Ttrmt aa.v. For fartl.ar ptrtisnl.r, ...
tb ml.aoribar. o tali uariosaiif at lb. a,
aaar Uraupiaa ll.l.i r. 0. '
J0I1X MdXtltr
P.nn inwn.bip, Jnljr 14, IH'j imi.
Farm for Sale.
CpllB nnJrrii.-o.d. rr.idmt in Ku,a
-I- b.t i.m .1 Pri....
P- do.irinir a bout will lie Will u aabili
1 launinti ini'M i.iwiii ti.i
aaaiaine tbi-aa pr.nlit.-l.
Contaiuing Fifty-one Acrtt,
!
lam wilb coal, and bain tUtraoa tttrtu "
j io? boo.., barn and otbrr ta,ar ombai....
togi'tb.r with a Sua onbard of tlialltti i-, j
all kmdl. Tbala.ni a.ljoiai ll.ktr. b,r
' W.l....n ......l, I , .
1 - -"" -.irr
Ant furtbtr fufoimatiob can bt a
btaia
eallinlt on tba prtraltta, or adare.iior , u '
1.(0.4 at X. atlllport. "
jy't UEN'ItT IllXTIll
ZVcw Cabinet !
MO.BHASNOX LAND AND LtMBKRft".
rA NV offer for tale Town Lot. ia taa atr'
oujf n of Oaoola, t'l.arbtld eoaiitr. Pa., aat tar
Iota la tuil purcbaaen aut.ida Ibt liaaira af .j,
I boronnh. Oaoaola ia tilaalnl oa Ibt (o,a,.
, in ri,w ljrUm fj-
C'l.arS.ld, oa Ibt lint of ibt Tyron. t t)ttiiA
llailroad. wbtra Ibt Atorhanaoa and bta.tnaa
braarb roadt iolcraL It ,i alao ia tat Man if
tba aaotaannaa eoai baaia, and laiga aodwt af
wbitt pin., htulock, oak, and otber t.aiir iar.
round it. On. of tba larrat lumlisr aiaotfaett,!
ioR aiubliabmenti .a tbt etal il localat u
town, wrhila tbrro ara nan. otbrr lanaar all
abingl. anlll around It. Tba Una ii nal ,
yaarl old. and eonlaiai a pupalalioa af oat Uaa-
aaua iniiaoi.an.a.
MJJVor furl bar infora
aatioa apply al Ik ttm
J0I1V LAWSlll
baptriattnlcai.
of tbt above eoinpatiy.
aprlt
Houses and Lots for fialc.
IOlR lfof.SES and LOTS ia Clterf,!., fc,
tale an reasonable ttnai. Poaa....ua p,
in Ibirty d.vi. Alao, a plol of FULK LOTS at
.be rornw of Fourth and Hied etretta, ,m
ITJii'un lt,4. Tore, of that. Ion an w.l, i,
for titber laiubtr yard, eoal Ttrd, or lot kuu uar
purpoart ftamlly, bemr witbia 1J trr t tf uw
railroad drpot. 1'jiae and trraa. rrasenaalt.
AM''y llEOKQE TUom
l.blltf flearf.lt, a.
?ry fcoods, &rorrrif$, tfif.
C. KRATZEll & SONS
ARE RKCF.I VIXO A SPLE.VPnsTOCJ
OK CAHl'Eli A.I 01 L CLOTLS.
WALL PAFERS-GILT ?AFE. it.
LACE CVRTA1N3, WIXW3W SUADS5.
COUJiTEKTANES AXI gL'lLI.
1 vv v T i r t r- a ,
LIM.N TABLE Ci-0111? 4 KAPKIXS.
j LAMES SILK COATS . OYERS-IKTC
ELEGAXT SUAWL3 4 LACE POINTS.
LADIES' Jr CHli.DRtS'S TR1X1
. UATS.
DRESS GrXbDS AXI TR1MM1SG4.
BF'ST Iir S LOVE-LAMES' OKU.
TLEMh.TS AKUCMlLLiRES'S.
rXEtiCALr.F.i STWK tADrF.AX'D
ClllLUKEX'tj SUOM & UAlTEJlS.
MEN'S CALF tf- FREXCII KIP BOOTS.
UEAVY CALF BOOTS. $5.
M EX'S A X D BOYS' FINE AXDH EAVT
SUOti.
P. EST STONE TEA SETTS, 8.
CASS1MERES VERY CHEAP.
groceries, flocr. truvisioks
AT LOH'ESf RATES.
LIPESAL DF.rirCTlOJf TO THOSE
BUY I NCI IX IJCAXTITY.
W'ftOL. MARKFTlNc. AND COCSTRT
PKuDCwE WASTED.
Clrarlrld. June It. 1PC.
(? durational.
MISS H. S. SWAN'S
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
CLEARFIELD, PA.
I'MIK FALL TERM of Iweaty-twa wetkl, wdl
. eoaini.nc. oa MonHar, Srptrnibcr S, ISii..
A Primary ri'-partarnt wfll be added te tb
School tbi. fall : for whirh tb. aerT.co. of a eeav
pcitnt in.tractor hare beta engaged- And at
i '""rt 'I'twed to reodnr thu depatiaia.
aiiracli.t and in.iructira.
TERMS OF TIITIOV.
Readinii, Orlho)rrapby. Writiaf.Ol.jecl Let-
eona. Primary Aritbmetie and Primary
tieocraj-bT, prr half lenn, (of elrtea.
week. ) ti
Hi.tory, IM.al and dssenptire Ueofrapby
with Map llrawire;. tlrmaiwiar, M.tnW'
and Writtrs Antboi.tie It-
All-elira a.i.1 .be Seleacel ..
ln.irop.ma ia initrnaiental aaiie.... H tt
Oil painting , . 1! at
Waa work I H
For foil partN-olart eend for f treular.
Cli-eitrid, Auk- Ii, IsiiS-pl,
CLEARFIELD ACADEMY
Rev. P. L. Harrison. A. M,, PrracIpaL
TUB TIRST PPSSIO.t ,f the ant
latrie y.eraf tbii loetatatiaa will reataMtea
oa MONDAY, Ua a,k amy at (i.pailf. "
Pu.mIi one tater al any lima. Ibey wi"
cbarptd aitblaitloa frera tbt ot Vktx ta'ati.
tbtcioitoi ibt St.iita.
, 1 be Carat of laa.rvrtteaewiraeallttav tkilf
lar'.adtd ia a bae.a. anrtiaa. aad ac.
pmbed edu.-atroa for bulb ae&ti,
Tbt Pne.il tl. harm j bad tVe aJraame. af
a.b eipersanee ia bi. prole.iun, aeaarea l
r.atl and u..J.aA. .s.. ...... .s.i ,1, aa4
.i.iri,, aili k. .....i u .1.. 1 ... au.
Ial itaiaias i f tb. yaoib ieeedar. M fbarp.
I llSVs Of 11 IIUIV
Ortbeerapky, K.ailni. Wrh,a- aad Priejar?
ninamttM, per BeaNOB . II weekll - "
tirammat. ateueraabi. Aa.ikm.lia. aad
Hr.l..ry $li
Alf.OTS. aaeotastry. TeieaoaneT. Mra.
uraliaa. hwretyias. rviloeopby, ,l
olniy.l'k.mialry. llook ke.iaa', kokwy
and Phys.eal Oeoraphy . . . tt
Lalia. Wreck era err a ok. wilb aae alibi
' a. ""V ' ''!!
-N Ardnetioa will bo made far eVen-H.
wS-fil further parliralsn ianaire ef
Hee. p. U. IIARI.ISOS. A.
Pea. 4. Its if. .?! rtlatipal-
CHARLES SCHAFER,
LAGER It E R BK EM El.
rirardrla Ta.
HAVIXO Kuted Mr. Entrel' Piewert at
ho,os by rtriet attinto.a lo V r.ece. c
lot niannlac.ar. ef a aupi ri.,r articl. ef libl-a
to reecive thr patronaer ol all Ibt eld lad wiy
new ru-totwert AnR. . W-
COIL! COAL!
T
HI andemkned berel T firel antlee tba. bo
ii prca.ared to d.lieer eel al It eea.a. art
ei-iitl per Imibrl al .bt bank. n salt nareaaww
Orders tefl a. aekolpp s fi;ar Store will eeawo
prompt at.eotioa. A Ulweol sha-o ef r"wt
patron are is solioised. I'HILIP PRAPT
.ft. 15, fNta f