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GEORGE B. GOODLANDEIl,
EDITOR AND PROPRIRTOR.
H"EIiXE.BAY MORNING. JCNE II, 17I.
Domooratio State Ticket.
FOR AT-D1TOR GENERAL,
GEN. WM. McCANDLESS,.
or mil adsi ran,
FOR Sl'RVEYOR OENERAL,
APT. JAMES H. COOPER,
op lAWBMm rursTT.
A full ioll of the llemncrntio vote will
Before the elrclion of our Slate tlvkc t by l large
JtVa-'Let every Tomnerat remember that, and
imrre tbe truth of it upon the mind of bt
Heap- It. Tlie mhlrcRS of tlio Dcirt
oeralio Setintnrs nnd memhori of A
semlily, fnnnd on our firM. pni;o this
week, is worthy pprnaal and reflection.
It eels forlli a few of the mnny rasoul
ly golicmen the Rndicitl It-ailcts liuve
on hnnil and tlio ciiiiso of tlio rit'ltty in
legislation during tlie past pension.
Settled. Lanrn D. Fair, who uliot
and killed Jndire Crittenden at Sim
Francisco laBt March, was on Monday
lust Bcntenecd to bo liiiiijr on tlio 28th
day of July next. On leaving the
court room for tho prison nhe bon ed
to tho Court, remarking thnt tho for
Settled at Lapt. Radical fraud
and rascality lias been driven to the
wall in New Hampshire. Notwiili.
standing their effort to prevent llio
election of James A. Weston, t lie Dem
ocratic enndidato fir Governor, by the
Legislature, that body, on Saturday
last, elected him by n vote, of 107 to
1j! for l'ike, Radical. Hrihery and
intiiui'JaUan is at nn end in that Slate
Forney Mad. Chief Justice Cliac
has written a letter to n friend in Ohio,
stilting thnt ho heartily endorses the
nomination of Gen. Geo. W. McCooU
for Governor, and that ho will voto
for dim in October. This Announce
ment excites Forney's loyal wrath,
nnd ho has tlrcrvfurc commenced iibim-
lug tbe Chief Justice. This, however,
does not amount to much, lie hns
abused Simon Cameron fjr thirty
3"cars, and tho twain -are just now
robbing tho people and ruling tho
Radical parly wild a keener lash than
was ever twirled by nny taskmaster;
yd, tlio slaves seem dtitilo.
Monuments. Speaking ol'thcaban-
donmcnt of tho enterpriso to raise a
sufficient sum of money to build a
monument to tho memory of cx I'resi
dent Harrison, on exchange says
it is far better to abandon the at
Tempi to raise tlio money than to
raiso the money and then abandon the
otlompt to raise llio monument. With
a recollection of one or two cases of
tho latter kind abiding freshly with
u, wo would beg to coincide. A"ain
our ndvico to the Radical leaders on
tho monument subject is this: Never
undertako anything which will tuko
years to complete, because you fail to
adhero to any well defined principle,
unless it is to rob tlio people. Your
naino ond famo nre doth temporary,
nnd not worthy of being commemora
ted by tho erection of monuments.
unless out of crumbling and decaying
material like your principles.
Crazy Official). Another heavy
defalcation has occurred in tho Post
Office Department nl Washington,
where nil hold loyal commissions nnd
aro moved nod controlled by "grand
moral ideas." F. A. Macartney, the
superintendent of tho post office build
ing nnd disbursing agent for tho dn
paiiincnt, is a defaulter to tho amount
or f 35,000. Tlio cause which led to
tho defalcation is as yet unknown,
oxecpt to pol office officials, who
ccm anxious to havo tho matter
kept quiet. In conserjuencii of these
troubles Mr. Macartney is said to bo
Insane, and on yesterday was sent to
tho government insane asylum. A
singular fatality seems to he connected
with tiieollicc held by Mr. Macartney.
His predecessor, Mr. Olmslend, was
also n defaulter to tho amount of
$0.1,000, and when tlio defalcation was
discovered be, like Mr. Miviirt ney.was
pronounced insane, and sent to the
government asylum, ond afterwards
Congress inado nn appropriation to
cover tho amount of defalcation.
Thr Twain Thoso two culel rated
original (eccssimjists and disunion ad
vocatcs, Jcffinon Pavis and Horace
Greeley, interviewed each other at
Memphis, Tennessee, last week. It
Is evident from what appears in the
tiewsrapcrs thai they aro still bosom
fi iend, notwithstanding tlnir failure
to dissolvo tho Union. Tho latter
tdl continues to lead tho disunion
force in U10 North, while tl0 former
leads a ki.,a of frlorn hope with a
few of tl10 MlB, kill( in llloS()u(Mi
who by the way ,. nnt
leek us their allies ,lp u, way Tho
war inado the northern di.unionisl.
all rich, hence Greeley and his backer
live in clover, whilo Davis and lot,
followers aro reduced to bankruptcy
and poverty. Greeley's trip to Texas
has killed all the maniifattjrers of Kit
Klu horrors. On his whole route
from the Potomac to the Rio Grande
lie til l not iret lillovi.r L.irnl
livo Ku Kim. Foruoy'i occupation
t k J.J.I iLi.ni ' i I .
at Tlutr Work.
Tl c roniinntion of Gon. McCandlosa
and Capt. Cooper, two veteran aob
diers, furnishes loyal newspaper men
and stumpers willi' plenty of block in
trade,. They draw heavy on "tho in
fernal regions" for success. Hate,
malieo- and revenge, tbe food of devils
ind w icked men, aro tho staples from
which ''loyal" editorials nnd stump
speeches nro manufactured to entialo
tho ungodly appetite engendered by
tho war. Although their particular
pel Grant signed a treaty of peace
it Appomattox over six years ogo and
nt Washington ro echoed the sumo
sentiment two years ago, when ho
exclaimed "let us havo Pence," still
tho especially godly of his party cry
for war. Like tlio Paris Reds, tliey
want moro LlooJ and slaughter. Wo
wonder bow much blood and bow
many skulls it would tnko to slako
tho thirst and appease the stomachs
of thoeo ' loyal millions" who never
studied powder or saw u balllo Cold.
What u peculiar religion and patri
otism that must bo which constantly
feasts upon bate, malico and revenge.
And yet, wo can scarcely open a Re
publican newspaper in which the cil
ilor does not base a major portion of
his articles on tlieso corner stones ol
bell. "Peace on eurlli and good will
to men" is evidently not an article of
modern Radical faith. It appears to
havo been superseded by Ku Klux
stories and loyalty.
A party held together by such lies
will certainly come to grief very soon,
or our country must undergo tho tor
tures of Tin is. This may oot be very
consoling to thoo who "pin their
faith" to tlio "old fogy" Bcnliment ex
pressed above, but wo hope it will
opon the eyes of tho partially blind to
tho fuel Unit ambition instead of pa
triotism is now tho controlling clo
ment with the lenders of the Radical
party in this country, nnd if not de
feated in 1371-7- another "irrepros
Biblo conflict" will be the result.
Slavery wij not bo tho objective point
in tho next trusnde. It will bo be
tween liberty nnd despotism. Stale,
rights nnd consolidation.
Cromwell's immortal obscenity on
Magna Cliarta, when it whs objected
to sonio usurpation ol bis, only ex
presses, with impudent humor, the
contempt with which the Radicals tre;U
our Constitution. Tlio Constitution
declares that the haben corpus the
bulwark of till personal rights and
liberties nIiiiII i.ot bo suspended, ex
cent "in caso of invasion or rebellion."
Tim Radii sis being engagod to set up
.1 military tyranny over tho Niuiticrn
Stales, which, even by tho rocoimtrue-
lion acts, and the imperfect system of
liberty nossihlo to tho people under
them, wero yet working into Demo
cratic bands, nnd seemed likely to vole
the Democratice ticket, had to ins
nend tho "ureal writ of liberty," and
to do that, bad to find or make a ease
of invasion or rebellion. Invasion
was simply impossible so they make
a statutory rebellion, nicy uectnro
bv act of Congress that secret combi
nations which noonu can find exist;
and "fhnll he deemed a rebellion nginst
the Coiled States." VI bat is tho valuo
of a written Constitution, which the
leirisluturo, by such audacity of tmpii
denco and falsehood, may put asido
whenever it chooses; when the iegi
lature may "declare" whatever doe
not exist, shall "be deemed" to exist,
to satisfy tho Constitution; nnd may
enact any violation of the Consul u
tion, hv a statutory declaration that
it is not a violation !
SrsQi'iilANNA Shad An obi river
man who has fished In the Sinquo
hnniia for forty years, sets up a new
nnd plausible theorv concerning s'ind
Ho says that before the Philadelphia,
Wilmington nnd Ibilliinoro Railroad
was built, thirty two years ago, the
shad camo up in immense numbers,
nnd herring was so plentiful that they
wero used to cnr'cli the soil. After
tho completion of tho road a steam
boat was placrd at tho mouth of the
Susquehanna at Havre de grace, which
conveyed the curs across the river,
here about a mile in width. This boat,
ns tho trafllc incrensrd, was almost in
constant motion, day nnd night,
ploughing back and forward, nnd the
commotion it created in the water
hnd the effect, it is believed, of driving
tho fish back into tho bay to seek
other and quieter spawning grounds.
About four years since tho bo-it was
superseded by tho mngnilieont bridge
which now spans the river nt that
point, nnd Irom that time the number
of shad coming up has yearly increas
ed. Tho past season has been ono of
tho most successful known in many
years nn tho Su,-iichiir.nn. The
yield at Columbia alone has been ns
high ns n,C00 to 4,000 in twenty-four
Tho decision just rendered by the
Supremo Court, of I ho Coiled States,
in regit id to the right ol tho United
States to tax 'the salaries of Stto
officers, practically brings tho country
back to its nnnienl political moorings.
Willi but a single dissenting voicTj,
the court has declared that "llio sov
ereign powers vested in the State gov
ciiiinents by their respective cniistiu
lions remain unaltered and unimpair
ed, except to far as they wero granted
to the government of tho United
Too Kxpr.NstVK. Tlio likeness of
Silas Wright will lie tho vignette of
llio new Vol) Treasury bond,, Kdwin
M. Stanton of the flu;) bonds, Thomas
II. Denton of tho .'00 bonds, cx
Presidcnl Harrison of the SI, 000 bonds,
Anson Diirlingamo of the f . 1,000 bouds,
und John A. Andrew of tho 110,000
bonds. v We may get a sight at Silas
Wright, but tho others are too high
for us printers.
General Cluseiot, until lately Dic
tator in Paris, was a Radical political
soldier in this country during the war,
serving us abide cnnip to General Fre
mont. He edited a Radical paper for
I a short time, but being unsuccessful
both as a soldier and editor, he proceed
ed to Franco, where ho soon became
notorious as ono uf tlio most extreme
I b opposition to the Imperial govern
: mum, which bo plotted to overthrow.
Tho people or ' HUT ( Irlonria I. .,1,1
I " 'IHIIIIl Ml 'III
rnnliiicctui the St. Charles Hotel in
, that city, to gnue upon the Moitbilish
inscription ka upon its register by
Horace Greeley. '
t - n e:-fjj''gggs
UO to Work.
Tho Uellefonle .Watchman, In an
urticlo under this caption, says :
"Tho action of the Mate t.onvcn-
tion muuinir Hon. William A. Wallace
chairman uf thoH'.ute Executive Com-
niitteo. Is much to bo commondod.
Mr. Wallace is one of the ablest men
in tho rank of 'our party, ond will
throw a vim and energy into tlie cam
puiun thai wilKbo sure to rouso tho
enthusiasm and spirit of tho party,
generally, throughout tho Slnto. -Ho
was formerly ctinirmnn oi mo com
mittee, ond led the Democracy gal
lantly through ninny n hard fought
contctt. 1 he conferring of this honor
boon li in again, at tins lime, is a high
compliment to his skill and ability,
and one which his past services pe
culiarly entitle him to. Tho election
this fall Immediately Jjrecedes tho
grand presidential contest of 1872,
and it was therefore eminently neces
sary that wo should thi your havo
our best man at tho helm. With
Chairman Wulluco to direct our ener
gies, wo feel that wo shall inarch to
ccitain victory. He is un untiring,
indomitable, and dauntless leader, and
will wrest a triumph from tho very
clutches of Radiculisin. We consider
bis election to chairmanship a master
stroke of policy, nnd one which will
lull with a benumbing effect upon the
heads of our enemies. They know it
menus fight in earnest, and already
we begin to hear cries of dismay and
chagrin from the Radical lenders.
Now, then, let ns go into this cam
paign, determined to win. Wo can
do itjust as easy as not, only wo must
all work. Nobody must Bit down
and fidd his hands and wait on others,
bin every man must work with alt hie
might. Tho harder wo work, tho
greater will bo our victory, nnd in
proportion us wo win now, ho will we
win in 1 87. Wo ruvo McCandless
and Cooper two ublo and eminently
qualified gentlemen to bear nlofl
our b. inner, with Wulluco as lioutcn
unt, and, with such leaders, wo can
not bo benton. Wo believe that tho
sun of tho second Tuesday of next
October is destined to bo tho bright
sun of tho Democracy in Pennsylvania
and to witness tho downfall of the
people's ci.ctnic4 in tho glorious old
Keystone State. And our triumph
then will bo to the Radicals the shadow
of tho coming event of 1S72, which
shall overthrow them and all tho hosts
that huvu forgotten God and the coun
try und set up a political 13aal in tho
Let every good man, therefore, bo
ho Democrat or Republican, go to
work at once, and help to bring about
tho good old days of yore. Surely, no
mini can suy truthfully that ho is not
tired and disgusted with the way
things arc going on now. Why, then,
should there bo any hesitation in
joining blinds for the sake of bettering
our condition. There cannot bo
tbcro will not be. Jlalhr IhralJ.
littllutt the 1'imidency.
General Sherman has written tho
following letter to tho editor of the
Now York Jemld, which puts 'an
end to all talk about making him a
enndidato for the Presidency :
Foiiv Sill, Comanche Rkserva- )
tion, Mav 2.'), 1X71. f
To the Eiliior of the. Herald :
1 havo been skirting tho Texas
frontier for tho past month, nnd here
for the first timo 1 meet piles of IJast-
crn papers, by which I sco quite, an
unnecessary muss has been raised by
a purported speech made hy mo at a
supper of tho Union League Club, of
New Orleans, tho night preceding my
departure from that city. Whoever
reported that as a speech by mo, com
mitted a breach of propriety, for Gov
ernor yVarmoulli presided, and before
1 consented to respond to a call I
wus assured by tho President of tho
Society thulno reporters wero present
and that whatever was said would bo
in ere J und cosjlincd to tho persons
present. Now as to politics. I think
nil my personal fiicnds know my
deep sealed antipathy to tho subject,
yet as you seem not to understand mo
1 bereliy stato, ami mean all that I
say, that I never havo been nnd never
will be a enndidato for President;
that if nominated by either party I
should peremptorily decline, and even
if unanimously elected should decline
If yon con find language stronger
to convey this meaning you nro at
liberty to use it.
1 am your obedient servant,
W. T. Sherman, General.
f 4"Anf minis MViiifrcf.
It appears that tbu Heuvor liailical's
announcement that Russell Fired
would recuivo tho appointment of
chairman of the Republican State
Central Committee, if ho would accept,
was somewhat premature. Tito state
ment was probably flung out by the
treasury ring as a leeler. II it was
such, the ulumness, not to say down
right disapprobation, with which it
has been received by tho Republican
press of tho Sinto das convinced tho
ring of their mistake. The nomina
tion of Doctor Stanton nt tho bidding
of the (uay Mackoy ring overtaxed
the patiencu and docilily of the Radi
cal masses, and the appointment of
Mr. Krrotl, Senator Cameron's mil
man in the west, would have led to
open revoll in some sections of tho
Stale, nnd would have increased tho
apathy every whero. In withdrawing
Krrett, tho ring have been compelled
to nbato much of their arrogance, and
take counsel of their fears. Sinco tho
announcement in the Radical, Linn
llartholoinew, of Pottsvillo, has been
solicited to tuko tho position of chair
man, but do pleads business engage
ments as an oxeuso for declining
Next ! Patriot.
pAt.r (it a Railway. On tho 20th
of July the Atlantic and Great Wes.
tern Railway will be disposed of at pub
lic sale, by virtue id tho foreclosure of
tho first and second nioi liiigen in tho
aggregate amounting to tho sum of
f.V.1,000,000. It is believed thnt tho
parties who hold tho bonds will pur
chase the road, and entrust tho opera
tion thereof to Messrs. George U Mu
Chdlan.of New York, A. G. Thurman,
of Ohio, and ii Duncan, of New York.
W'm. K. Chambers, sged 8S, the
oldest member of the Order of Odd
Fellows in America, died nl his resi
dence in Now York on Tuesday night,
lie was initiated by tho Loyal West
minster Independent Lodge, London,
in 1801, and was ono of tho llroihcrs
to cstablibh "the Order in New York
A Royal MAanuor.. The betrothal
of tho young King Ludwlg, of Ilava.
ria, to tho Princess Marie, daughter
of tho Russian Cr.nr, is announced.
Marshal McMithon has refused tho
gift of a (word. Ho would never
mnk-j a "loyal" President.
'j.-A!ry.:simn.:i ii m.iu
tin loir ami Hit ttaclora. .
TI'd dead of this educated hefn of
sovon murders, who was executed at
liingliiiinton, New York, several weeks
ago, is after till likely to prove a valua
ble contribution to science. Tbe
Dinghnmlon IlepMican says :
JiulufTs bruin which was carefully
examined weighed CO ounces, being
0i or 10 ounces heavier than the aver,
ago weight. Tho heaviest bruin over
weighed was that of Curvior, the
French naturalist, which is given by
some authorities nt C5 ounces, and by
sonio at dl ounces. Tho bruin of
Duniol Webster (partly estimated on
account of a portion being destroyed
by disease) weighed 0! ounces. , The
brain of Dr. Aborcrombie, of Scotland
woighed 03 ounces. The lowor (bruto)
portion of RulofTa bruin and tho me
chanical powers wore unusuully lurge.
Tho upper portion of the brain, which
dirocts tho higher moral nnd religious
sentiments was very deficient. In
the formution oft lie bruin, RulofT was
a ferocious animal, und, so far us dis
position could relieve him from re
sponsibility, lie was not strictly re
spnnsiblo for dis acts. Tho measure
ment of Ruin IT's bend around the eye
brows (supra orbital) was 21 inches;
tho skull wus probably the thickess
over known. In no place was it less
than throe eights of an inch in thick
ness, and in most places it was half
an inch thick. The usual thickness
of n man's skull is less than ono fourth
of un inch. RulofTs huud was oponcd
in the usual way, by parting the sculp
over the top ol tho head, from one' ear
to the other, and sawing off tho top'.
The surgeons who performed the oper
ation say il required throo-qnitrtcrs of
an hour to saw around tho skull, and
before it wits completed they began
to think lha huud wits all skull. With
the protection of a skull half an inch
lliich, and a scalp of tbe thickness and.
toughness of a rhinoceros rind, the
man of seven murders wus provided
with a natural helmet thnt would havo
definod the force of - nny pistol bullet.
If ho had been in Merrick's place, the
bullet would havo inudu only a slight
wound; nnd dad ho beon provided
with n cutis vra equal to his sculp,
his defensive armor against bullets
would havo been us complete, as a
coat of mail.
The cords in Ruloffs nock were as
heavy und strong as thoso of an ox,
and from his formation, ono would
suppose that ho was protected against
death from tho gallows as well as by
injury to bis head, Kuloffa body was
larger than il was supposed to be by
casual observers. Tlio Sheriff ascer
tained when he took tho measuro of
tho prisoner for a coffin to bury him
in, that bo was five feet and 10 inches
in height, and measured l'J inches
across the shoulders. When in good
condition bis weight wus about 175
pounds. It is very well known that
Ruloll's grave was opened three differ
cut limes, last Friday night, by differ
ent parlies who wanted to obtain bis
bead. Ono of theso parlies was from
Albany, and twice, ilm body was dis
interred by persons living in Ring
hamton. One company would no
sooner cover up tlio body, which all
found headless, unci leave it, than an
other company would como and go
through llio sumo operation. It is
now known that the bead was never
buried with tho body but was legally
obtained beforo tho burial by the sur
geons who have possession of it. Tho
hair nnd Uenrd were shaved oil close
and un excellent impression in plustcr
wus taken of tho wholo head. The
bruin is now undergoing a hardening
process, and when that is completed,
an impression will be taken of il on, J
tire, then it will bo parted, tho differ
ent parts weighed, and impressions
made of tho several sections.
The St. Louis Republican gives the
following cheerful "send oil"' to tho
now Minister to Fnglund, and wo
opino that its sentiuiuiilH of joy ut get
ling rid of so disgraceuble a personage,
will be echoed by many others than
"Thank all the gods at once, there
is a cheerful prospect of getting rid
of Schenck ut last. Tho telegrams
from Washington inform us that Mrs.
Paighl, ft cousin uf Schenck, gave
a farewell reception to the Misses
Schenck,' who accompany their father
to England ; thut Schenck himself bus
received bis credentials, procured bis
rocked hat, velvet coat, knee broeches,
silk stockings nnd small sword; und
wind, woalher and tide permitting,
und no carbuncle or other obstuclus
arising meanwhile, tho whole Schenck
family, bag and baggage,, will bo out
side of .Sandy Hook by sundown to
morrow. Wo dope they may havo a
pleasant voyage, and that dis Kxcol.
lency, the L'nvoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary, will preserve
bis ollh iul equanimity even under tho
fearful qualms of sen sickness. And
wo know tlint whatever else he throws
tip, do will not throw up bis commis
sion thnt article ho will cling to a
long ns tho present administration is
in power and bis salary is not cut
down. Indeed, the salary business
has seemed to trouble Schenck moro
than anything else. Ho procured the
passage of a I ill which gave him full
pay doting a four months sojourn in;
Washington, when ho should have
been in London; und now crosses the
ocean, more, wo presume, by ,Xyay o(d
loniianiy man nccauso there is nny
need of it for why should this genius,
who has beon able to transact tho
duties of bis office threo thousand miles
away from il, go thero at nil except
in del'erenoo to popular prejudice.
"However, we rejoice thai Schenck
hns gono. Rngland may not have
gained a very brilliant diplomat, but
America is freed lroin a Radical dem
ogoguo of the first wnter."
FnANcR. Tho Philadelphia Aac
snys: In estimating the position of
lemting men In I rniico in regard to
choosing a form of government for tho
future, Gen. MacMuhnn is usually set
dotvn ns an Imperialist, a friend id'
tho Napoleonic ifynnsty. This is a
niistako. Genernl Mac.Muhon novcr
wssa personal favorite of tho Kinpemr.
Ho was never a pet at tho Imperial
Court. Whon the late war began, ho
wns in retirement, llur.aino, La ItiDuf,
Frossard and his other rivals had full
away around tho Emperor. They
woio politicians and courtiers, as Mac
Million never wns nnd never rouM he
with Ins notions nnd opinions. Gen.
MncMiihon is not an Imperialist, nor
will bis voice or sword bo usod to
curso his country with a return to tho
old order of things.
"A rather serious joke wns recently
played upon the Norlb Carolina Leg
islature Ono of t ho uiomborsdied, and
ii was resolved to convey tho remains
home at tho expense, of the Slate;
and when they Inquired into tho mut
ter, il was found that he rosided in
-MJlt. -i ' -J-
Way I hut are ttark.
TI:C people living on thoMorrimao
liver in Massachusetts have been
highly delighted with, the liberality of
Congress in appropriating $J3,0l)U, In
addition to the ioO.OOO voted lust year,
for improving the navigation of that
stream, as the judicious expenditure
of that amount, it was thought would
render it nuvigublo at any time of tide
to Haverhill, tho bond of navigation,
for vcssols not drawing over ton foot.
Their delight on hearing of tho ap
propriation, however, was not to bo
compared to their surpriso when they
learned that the Governmont surveyor
and a largo parly of workmen bad
commenced operations at Melhncn,
,?;ie Hitvorhill, picking alonei from
the bed oft!:" ,ivr carrying them
ashore, while tho leclgd at Mitchell's
Falls, just bolow them, which ru.
entirely across tho river could not do
removed ro as to allow vessels to pass
up tho locality whero they are now
operating for less than a quarter of a
million of dollars.
Thoir astonishment moderated,
though, when they learnod thnt the
Hon. Major General Benjamin F. But
ler has recently piirohusod-o largo
tract of land in Methuen bordering on
the river, whore theso "improvements
in navigation" nro progressing. It is
stated in tho Boston Herald that Gen
eral Duller has beon informed by com
petent engineers that ho bus full enough
to carry us many spindles as either
Lawrence or Lowell, and the people
in that region look upon it as a singu
lar coincidence that the Government
should be cloaring out tlie river juU
where the General would want his
mill pond should ho undertako to build
mills, while tho stonea taken nshore
would furnish a good part of the ma
terial necessary to build ft dam.
An honest Congressman is tho no
blest work of God. jV. Y. Sun.
A Nohlk Acr. On Thursday after
noon Inst, as tho Express train on tho
Western Pennsylvania Railroad was
proceeding Eastward, and rounding
a curvo uuout midway between t.eecli
burg and Apollo, in Armstrongcounty,
tho engineer observed a woman on
tho track, waving her apron violently
in tho air. Tho first thought was of
danger and he immediately applied
his brakes and got the train stopped
just in timo to prevent a terrible acci
dent, ns a muss of rock weighing
about fifteen tons had fallen upon tho
track a Tew rods front whore tho wo
man hnd given tho signal. When li e
train stopped, tho passengers wore
not long in ascertaining tho cause,
and appreciating the noble, conduct
of the poor country woman to whose
presence of mind they owed their res
riio from a shocking casualty. Col.
Hicks, tho conductor of tho train, at
onco consulted with somo of the pas
sengers, and in a short time a purso
of twenty dollars was made up nnd
presented to her. She gnvo her name
as Mrs. Frank. A passenger on tho
train, from whom wo obtained our
information, desires thnt wo should
commend tho caso of this buniblo wo
man to tdo company Hnd it not
been for her warning signal, tho truin
would have been dashed into tho rock,
nnd serious damage to tbe truin, if not
to tho passongcrs, would have been
tho consequence. Altoona Tribune.
A caso of sharp practice das just
come 10 ugni mat is wormy oi mo
frontiers. A Judge in a western ter
ritory bad an enemy who wanted him
removed ; io, without any ceremony,
ho forged a letter of resignation in
tho Judgo's name, nnd sent il to the
President, who at once accepted it,
and dad n now mnn nominated and
confirmed to tho placo. The decapi
tated Judgo is now in Washington
looking lor some other man s resigna
tion to como In sotno whero else.
Engono Webb, in Agricultural Park,
Sacruincnto, on Sunday rode 100
miles on horseback in four hours and
thirty minutes. Ho agreed to per
form the feat in four hours and forty
minutes for a purso of 11,000.
-0 5iTOUR II Of SB,
0olte.ttio Coart ttouie,
LOCK HAVES, FKNK'A.
Jeli'Tl HAIKKAI. KKOM, Prop'i.
T. H. MURRAY,
ATTORNEY AND COlX(-KI.OK AT LAW.
I'romf.t eltenlton xJwrt to nil Irsl LulineM
eotruitvd to hie cere in Olonrfltl'l Slid lj,jcnii,f
pnunlir. (lAV on Mrkst at., oi'hoiit? Nmiglvt
.lom-lry Slwr, I Irwnrlil, I'll. Ji II 71
To Farmers nnd Others!
allll Flmp MiMIhH In is::s. Otrr SO
POIITAH1.K TIIKKKIMNtl MAC'IIIXKS for
nlr folliiwf : hour horw Tutul-linf hUnfl Al.
cliiitr, with pTlinitrr IS ini nn in disinrU-.; f-air-
linrne Mrsp Machine, with m pnlrnt tprrlor
eomplrlot site, n Ihrro-liorao Murliine, with one
or two nnnil wlirelii imir-hwrtn wilb k jscli whrtl
sn-1 llisker lUcticil ; two horn. Tory hfflit draft
MarriioiM, and ralrft hnrao pnwcri rinlantly on
hand. I t-all particular attention to late improve,
inenle nn my macliim-a. Thry will lavnratily oton.
pare nitu any mai-hinra (n tl: t nilisl Slutt. A!l
mdi-r promptly allrnile.l to. Itipairinr ilone on
r-tiort notice anil on rmaonnlile terai. Ohl metal
niA.l a,i.i. u, i-ou.. . :n
I t'lariun eoinllr. Pa. Hue an iil macbine in Clear.
Oil'l. Imitiiro of A. W. Wnlli-re.
ft JeU 4t BTKWAHT WILSON'.
O. I. c.
II oeriee, QnrenRnare, Olaeeware, P'ufff and
Kolionr, Confectioneries, Ac,, cbrap for eaiib.
' The uLacritier Lcei cre to inform hla old snd
ftc cuMouirra that be bat opened -
A VAItlKTY FTnitK
IS GI.KH 1IOPF, VA.
And will sell aiioilx at priccr. to anit the time. A
lilieral pslurliiio will be niade to cuftomeri buy
ing at nliolrratc.
Call and fiamiuo my- ttnrlt hefnre purr'iaaing
elrewlicre. A lil-crnl rliara of public pntront -e Is
, June It, 1 8T I .
film Hi pe, r..
H A T T I '. N T I O N t
Jl'ST FOR A MOMENT !
Are yea In need nf a Koit act of Ilarnrtu '
Are you in need of a i.iod Haddle or llri.lle'
If to, cull al lha KaiMIe and llarncaa Mi.ip of
Jon l H AnwM K, whrre yon eo jet the beat In
the market. llonMeand Kinglc Harneea and I
dica'and (jonl'ii Had Ilea of luperiur workinatinhip,
atwaya on hand or manufactured to order. Bpe.
cial attention il called to my atock ol t'nllnra and
llninra, which are the beat in uae. I alu hare an
aururtmrnt of Saddlera' Hardware, which will be
diaptwed vf at rcainaltie ratrr. r.ciia.-ini of all
kind prooiplly attended to. fele forget to I
eaii neinre purclmaing eleewhere. r-hnp a (irft.
ham't Row, Market alreet, I'lcaifleld, Pa.
May 1, l(7l-ly. JOHN V. HARWfCK.
I l X EC HTH I X KOTIC l--W'b.rn.i.t,ct.
i leraTclmientarr on llieeataleof HKIIEITA
HilTTdltFF, dee d. I.lc of pleo,B lp., Clrarfleld
Co., Pa., have been irranted to the wndrraigued.end
all peranna Indehtid to aaid ertala are nviieat.
ed to make immediate payraet.l, and Ibime liatipa
elaimi aeainl the aame'will preavnl Iheui, duly
authenticated, for aatllcment.
4aT, "n t Kieeutrii.
iSff Itollf 0113.
On Wednesday, June 7lh, 1871,
Mits. T. E. WATSOiS
Wilt rturb from rbiladc lhi with &a tntiral
new nnd eligant iitortmcnt vf MIXMNEHY,
DUESS and VARIETY UOOD9.
TIicm GihjJi wilt for larpui aoj Goodf of tb
wuob fur itjle anil quality, being iclictbd
liMtcuLLT hy nyielf from the Urgoit and moit
fitabiunablt bouiet on Cheatnut and Arch ttrceU,
and will be tbe Ut styles fur tbe eumutr.
BulaTf bought low for eaih, I can mp pi tbe
trade at great 1 reduced rate.
Jc-7-31 Mai. WATSON.
Notice to Creditors!
nAVINil determine I to quit tbe tnfrtj.intile
buiinea in Kartbaut, ooticeli hereby Riven
to all pnreone knowing tbempchei ludclitcd to
m; either by book aocouut or not to make In
nndiata MUlemeut, u I am deeiroui to clot wp
my buftioMi u toon ai poaaibU. My entire took
of etore guoda, constat tag of tTerjtbina; uaunlly
kpt in a country atoro, will be disposed of at
eon., etioer at wuuiesait) or rewu.
W. S. 6ANKEY.
Kartbauf, June 7, 187l:4t.
MARBLE AD ST0E YARD!
Mrs. 8. 8. LIDDELL,
llaeiof engaged in. Ilie Marbla buiineii, deslret
to inform bor friemtt and lha public that aba baa
now and will keep oonatiuittr an hAnd a largo and
well aclocted itock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARDLE, and la prepared to furoiih to order
BUS AND CRADLB TOM US,
Curba and Potli for Cemetery Loti, Window
Sill and Capa, alio,
Dl'ItEAU, TABLE AND WASH STAND
TOI'8, Ac, Ao.
L. Yard on Reed atreet, near tbe R, R. Depot,
Cleai field, Pa.
TIIIE COMMISSIONERS of Clearfield count;
offer tbe abore reward for tba anreat and fafe
dulivcrr in tbe Jail of the afurcaaid eoontj of
JAllts JOII.VMI.W lleli about : j.iii i.M
flic feet nine or ten inchei in hcivfat, luw forhead,
brown, dirty looking hair, one blue and one ffrcy
eye, tbin f.uc, dark complexion, big lipi, acar
acroia upper lip, and bai one linger col off tbe
right hand Dial in-lex linger. 8aid Jubnion baa
bee living near Ulena Hope, Una comity fur
aoiue time pail.
R II. MIAFFNEIt,
Maj 2(1, 1871. Comraifaiuoerf.
rpilE LARCLST POLK
KS0CK3 TUB PKU.5IMMON3,
IN CLEM IIIIPEI
Janice M. Dickey A Co. keep foraale the aheap,
cat lilaaa Ware and tli. beat Tea in lLaeounty.
Ural (Silver Drip at II ii
Reat Ilia Hire flyrup al I 00
Beat No. I Syrup at 8)
I.n.li) poundi Wool and 50,000 20 Inrh Sbinglet,
fur which tba higheal price will lie paid by
JAMi:.-) M. DICKKV A CO.
Glen Hope, May .11 I'm
IjISI TIN! TlXt
STOVTHl STOVES I STOVES 1
WAPLE & 1IARTMAN
Desire to Inform the eltitrn of OaceeTa and
the public xmprally , thnt lby harp just rtreirod
a Urjre mnl up lend id aa-ortattul of Stores, House
hold, Hardware and Stamped and Japanuod
W area of all kinds. Also that we manufacture
and kerp r-nnMantlr on hand a full antortment of
Tintnen'i Wares, which we will dispose of at
either wholesale or retail, to suit purchasers.
Hoofing, SpoutiiifTi Kcpairing; and all kinds of
Jub Work dotie to order and with di-pateh
Strict attention paid ordering at ticket for par
ties desiring it.
Consumers will And It to thrlr adrantage to
fiarehaso from u. Oar stork d priors will sat
sfy yo that we do trll gtiod wares at
prices that please tbe peopl.
Ym will 6 ad as on t ortia si rest, nearly op
poaitethe Rirhange tlolel.
Osoeolst Mills, Pa., May 10, 1871 tf
FIGURES THAT ARE FACTS !
. REED BROTHERS'
Dry Goode, Xmlon, Trimming A Millinery
Tba only etclniira Dry Ooedi Bio re In lha county.
Study Your Interest I
Buy Where You Con the Cheapest I
Hcavv and line llrown MuHn., Ulef.-'hrd Mus
lin. extra wide Itrnwn and Dlewehed theelins:",
Pillow Caving. Ti-'klns:, Hickory Stripe, Dentins,
Blue Uri Mu, ('uttntiiiilen. Canimerea, Flannels,
rrt.ila, t'elaines, rerralr. l.awna, (Irrnmlinet,
Hrtnaiiiea, Hummer Silk, Japanese 8ilk, Black
Silk, vary t;.M.d, at per yard. Theahore
are aew, freh )tMd and have only In be priced
to know an ineir reman. awe cnoapnesi.
Ladies plain and ribhecl tloiu, le. U I.J4
per pair, Children's plain and fancy Cotton Hone,
tlenl's Itrowa and Blue- Miied H-, 8nr-.rstout
and Superfine ttrtltih Reffnlar Made lloso, Hal
lirisrvan nnd 1,inle Thread Hone, Ladies', Misaes',
rhiMtin't, dent's and Ujs' India Uaute and
I.ile Thread Cndcrttar..
I.adiea', Men's an4 Children' Perl in, Lisle
Thread and PUk Ulorea, Children's Kid (.love,
l adtrr' Kid i. loves, all color, (135, $1 76 and
tl.Oft per pair, (lenfc Kid Ulovee, all colyrn. Us'
Thread and Perlin (lloi-es.
Will TP. GOODS:
ri'jnrs, ; Vinlcc attlrs In Bfripra, Firurea, Cords
n. ,Mtiii Kinifbed.31 toC'o per yard; Jaconets,
Nanaitoks. Vietorla Lawn 8i; VmW, white and
odMTed Tarlstnn, Tape Cheeks, MnMiiitn Net,
CuHain Nrt. 2S, 4ft. VOund An nta and I M pet
rard: Toailes and Tolir.f, Brown and Blracbrd
Taldc BnmaFks, Napkins, VJuUta,
KnflUh Cnrchet K-letnga, I m peri it I Knihrnld
ery, UrgiMered Knihrmdery, Valencia Ijice, Not
linjrham I. are, FrlMins;, Ateiamlna Fiilltnc,
llrtinnurs; Klrin(r, In-priins;. Mngie and Alarms
Hearty BuffllnK, llercttlee ttrftid, Alpaca Fraid,
Hair Nets, Black an4 Brown Switohe. Chifreana,
Buttons of artry deserlptlon. SIcct Dultons, Ao.
t.aa Cntlara, Lined Collect and Cuffs, !'nder
lee res, ChimUeie, Handk.rrhiera, Tie and Bows,
ftihbon and Millinery Uoeds, Trimmed Hats and
Bonnets, An., Ao.
fT-Bnyers will p'eas k't. this tbdr attrn
Uoa. Time end mn7 -J".aW. .
ResaeaiboMhe place :
WjyIT MarkH ftrewt, Ckarf5M, Pa.
1AI.I, AND EXAMINE tba KL'W UOOI'S
ATIIHS' AND OKNT-8 gATCHKI.
a D. R. Ftn.tllltT0K'l.
BLANK. ('t)ilTAIl.K, KAI.I- F0
Mia ,t tkii
grat tfstatf for Jjalf.
Valuable Hotel in Wallacctonl
A large and enmnodioui Tavern 8tand liluala
on the corner of Clearfield and llaughraen atreeta
In the Tillage of Wallaeetun. The building ia 12
l3S feet io aiae, with (oimI itablin jiieened to
the preniiaef. Tbe Ilouae haa fa.r ehare of the
public patronage and will be fold l.n moderate
tcrma. For further information apply to tba lub
eribor, rcaidiug on the nremiaea.
May 812m UKO. W. II ARK INS
Valuable CrlstJIIIllor Sale!
fpIlK andcrsi(;ncd odors For Bait a Grist Mill,
X lwellios; House and Blore House, sltunte in
Nar Millport, Ck-arfield county, Pa. lbe Mill ia
in good condition, having betrn repaired aad put
in e ice I lent order wi'bio the lust year, auti has a
good paying eustotu. It is situated io one of the
hest wheat grow. Dg sections uf tbe oonty, wbicb
dtwidt'dly i no realms its value. Tba Dwelling
House and Store Itocm Arc also in good order.
Together with tbe abore property will be sold
60 ACllEa o.? laxd,
partly Iereu -d balance in Ti tuber land.
VtmTruis made known on application to tbe
undersigned at Kow Millport P. 6.
May l -3m JOHN FOX,
Houses and Lois For Sale!
I will sell a well Improved House and Lot, shu
nted on Locust atreet, between Third and
r uwrth; and a larga well finiithed new JlooMnnd
two Lots, situated on the sou' h east corner of
Locust and Fourth atreeta. For terms and eon Jl
tions appl to JOHN W. bllL'GAKX
Clrarfleld May 17 lb; 2ia.
) R I V A T G HAL I'
Valuable Real Estate !
The subseriber wifl offer at private ante, on
reasonable terms, the following 4teal K state, situ
ate in Morris township, Clearfield wunty, Fa.,
oontaining ItH) ACHKS and allow ane, and
having thereon ereH wo.-ir r-'ik House.
tx Vi fret, frame Ham, (JOxCC feet, and all the
other nioesaary outbuildings, all in good order
and repair. Ten acres of an Orchard of the
choicest varieties of fruit. A neter failing Spring
at the bonse and a W ell at the barn. One hun
dred acre f it ii underlaid with a vein of the
best quality of Coal, sil feet and seven inches in
thickness, open to inspection at any time.
f-tJ-Vor further Information inquire of the sub
aoriber at his residence in Morris township.
Kylertowa P. 0. 4;5:3raJ Ag-nt of Goo. Beam.
Timber nnd foal Lands
Tbe following tracts of Timber and Coal Lands
art offered lor sal: Una tract of 17.0UU acres,
lying on the Elk Kiver, io Webster county ; three
tracts lying on tlie same river in Bra Hon county
two of i.Ot'Q acrei tech and one of l.ouO acres
aud one tract containing tl,3 0 acres, lying on tbe
(Jauley Kiver, in Nivbolaa county. Tb. titles to
thetvt lands art perfect.
Any information concerning three lRndscan be
bad by addrcsoing U. 8. FLEuA I,,
Mareb22, HTl-tf. Philip-burg, Pa:
Farm for Sale I
piONTAIMNU ACRES, in a good state of
j cultivation, situated in rike lowtipinp.tf.ar
field county, Pa., about eighty rods from Loan's
Flouring Mill, on the turnpike leading from Tar
wensville to Clearfivli. Ilxring a story and a halt
bouse, stable and out butldings thereon. There
is also a good spring aii I a ynng orchard on tbe
premises. Anj ptrsi-n d urir g a niec little home
will find this a very dmiraMe location.
For further purtiuU.i imjuire of Uaobel Cald
well, un the premises, or addrcF
T. W. FLEMISH,
Mxrch 29 tf. Curweupviila, Pa.
xj (boons, Grorrrir.5f (?tr.
Taxes & High Vrices Repealed !
A NEW START!
GREAT REDUCTION OF PIIICES k UREAT
HARTSOCK 4 GOODWIN'S,
Cauaed by the opening of . new lot of ,
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS!
We take plrarutt la Informing our old as well
as new customers, and the puMic geaerally, that
we have returned from tbe Kst with a large aad
well trlected stork of goods.
We call pcinJ attention to onr eligant
assortment of riilke and Im-s iJools, in trtry
variety rarsimrres, t'ottonaJes, Jeans
and Kheetinpi, and every variety
of Iomrs(;c Pry tlocis,
at prices suit
Ladies' and Children's Phoes l 0 oiler
io endless rarirtv. Call and examine them. Also,
Men's, nnd Roys' P-kU and rboes, of
very kind and price, Hats and
Cape In every style,
ILiflp hki-ts, "
Fkelrlon and tilovr C,;inj Corsets, Ho
siery and tlloves, F't'kct Cutlery of the finest
Knglisb make. Knaps, Perfumery nnd
Kotio.it of all kinds.
til EKNWAUK, 6 ALT,
Oils, Wood and Willi. w Ware. Drug and Patent
Mrdicines. and In fad evervtbint ya want. All
of whirk will be sold cheap for oash or country
iktaWwol and Short Shingles Wanted !
IiaKTSOCK A 100IW1N.
CurwensvU Pa., May J, inn 3m.
TU1IIT CALIOOKi. Pri.KNMI) 10e. CAI.I
J enea, llelatnce, Whirling t'liei'lm. Mil.liua,
1'laidn. While tiood., IVrei'e., J.p.ne.e Silk..
Illaek Hilki, Fill Poplin. Itlaok Alpncia, TtMi
I.mrl), YtlTuteena, Slianle, Uovi' tVaiiuvrel, ao.
AT J. MILL'S KltATZril'S;
HOSIERY, KII.K til.OVK". lllfST PARIS
Kid llive, lre Cjliara. Hair Sw ilehea and
Cliinona, Hair Net, Cum-ta, Hoop Skirla, Ao.
AT 1. MILES KHATZKR'S!
DRESS TlttMMINtlS, OIUK IRINOES
Salin, elet ltitibon, r.uiln, Ao,
AT J. MIXE3 KKATtrit'8 1
fT? IMMKD HAT?, RIDIIONS,
1. Milliuerr (JooJ, Ae Ao.
at J. milks Krt.mr.R-st
UNEQl-ALEO PTOCK OF LADIES' AMI
Children' Slioe. nr. I (l-ifie,, M, n' Frenrh
Kip and Calf lluot, Call and LaiIimj Uailere, Ae.
AT J. MILES KHATHKICSI
o nnn p wi - paper -o. .
t,JV.IJ l Oil eer noli t'ame'B. Flonr 0.1
t'liith, Vt'indnw Slm.lr. het While tSraaitn Tre
Ware, tllaal Ware, Table Knivea and Fork, Ac.
Al J. MILES KRATZER'S I
CHOICE TEAS, CFFKE, AND OTHER
tlrorerie, DHad Apple. Peaehe. Cherrie.
I'ranea, Canned Pea.-hva, Tontaloea, Corn, Ao.
aThe ahoee, with an lmniene aloe It nf other
Onod. hare hoi-a ImhiitIiI at trie lnrt eaeh prioea,
and will be offered at eery low ratea.
HtrCoine and eiamioe tlieea whether TOO
J. M. RRATZER.
(Forwerl, C. Kialier A Pont.)
5tt door to Tl. F. Bigler A Co., Hardware Store.
Clearllold, Mareb It, ll;l K.
1-Vin PAI Fl-lt Bt'OOIES and aer.ral
iw.-kore. H'AUUNK, hy
K. A. IIIVIN A CO.
Cuiwenarllla Pa , May It, lRTI It.
ECKTIES-Tb. eery laieet ,i)lea-e
, JI. H. 7vl(I.EET0K't.
Clearfield County tcri
fpilK Cle.rllel.l Com, I,,,,,
. led ln.tliailM ka. oi. ,., ,,"
tue eurrender ot lir el.Hrii-i, (,B
AlFlta atock ia vwurd li tli. ... l;.
plane, .a n I rate baokara. ai.a.1".', J
vl tl.. "ClearBeld Count, h... . V'tJ
ponilbla for tbe dabta ol th, Illj( . ,""
iu aotaa on demand at th .,., . 11
reeelr.d aid tntereat paid wken ,',
tied lime. Paper diae.,or.id .,. 1,1
mm H.,V...,UIV. vf. VrMIOai re.lOk.LL.
oledead for all .. .l. ....... '',lk'l'
Iran, eted. A conlinuanea of it.!'.'""
...... .1 ft,, t. ..i... , ..""'"I
fneeUnlle .nllrK.d. Am ."" Il
..'trie.f I... ri....:,: '"' "-ir.
rrquir. the note, of taid li,k .A'
IAS. T. LEONARD, RICHARD kii.
WM PORTER. JA9. B. .IR. ,""
A M. A. VYAt.l.arK '
The ku.lnei. of Ih, Rank .ill b,'Mll
uh m- nvm... r.rq.. a r;ahier. f j.
T 1 ITTTVITri at
a an jujx u a uullectioh HO
McGirk & perks.
Suocrarora to Foster, Ferks. a r.
PliUliiabur'T. I'cutr f-A, n
- - n " --"'J, rt,
"ITTIIKIIK nil th t..i.ir,.. it .
T wil' oc transacted promi.tlv and 7r
moat fnlurt.il Ifrni '
County National Bank,
ri.p.Anptrr h n .
THIS Bank I, now open and nedrlkrVi
nea. OSee nn Second irei im .l.i
ing foruerlT eeenpied bj Leonard, Fiun,'
Diaicma, aao nrru r,H
J Afl. B. (IR A II AM, mi-HAKD n
WM. A. 'ALI.C, WM. HiRTS't
A. K. H'RIUHT. 0E0. L. lUKll
VT. M KIHW Jul t ii......
ju28,j Ca.bier. p,r
' GREAT EXCITEMENT AT
TVFRVBODY tryinj to r.t tbeie r Utlw
-B -A wr,ua rrwwucu UHI low U9 eulO.
It n want good hhor ing done, go te Fun
If yon wnnt joor 8lei . irooed right, guu htm
II yon want good Mill Irons, go 10 Butt
If y want your we gon ironed in tbsbiit
style and workmanship, to to Bilk.
BatMa anakea tbe beat Blanp Margin i,1M
State, aad doe all kind of BL A( h.-.M171IIVt
aa ebe.p aa ean be done il th, count, fur Cut
11 Poal Ullica aJJre.a 1 ClearUeid Br ire.
Bore, Tp., Doe. 1, 18(l7-tf.
DVS1RES to Infora bi old frirndi .iilt.t
turner, ibat bating enlarged bii hr ui
luereaved bia farilitira tor nanulaelorirr. a, j,
now prepared to make to ordi-r ueb FurDllriH
mar b. deiired, in F"od elyle end ateheanui
for cab tl. lie generall, baa on b.nd. a in
Furniture room, . varied aaaortinonl ot rtig.
maue ivraiitir, hii.b wuico are
UVKEAUS AND SIDE-BOARDS,
WarJrobi and Hook Cases; Centre, fofn, Ttt'.a,
KnaVfast aid Lining ritvuston Tables: da-
Don. French pfMt.Cottage.Jt-nny-Lird and Mtet
lied leads J S fss of all kiodf-, uk .ttidi, I
Hat racks, w a-n slants t flock. n and A-a-
Chain I prlnr-ent, rant httiir, tar'ur. roe-
nion abd other Cbaira ; Loking-GUfer f Trr
des-riition on band ; and new glasses fr 'i
frttmee, which will bt put In on very na jdi.;
terttit on shortest a' tire. H to kers cp bict
t.t fiirnl-het to oricrf lors buik, llalr tL Cwt-
ta U p Jdattreeif.
Coffins r Evert Kind
Made to order, and funerals attended eilfc i
IJearae whenever desired. Also, House Faictic
done to order. Tba subscriber nUe nianaltf.
tures, at a nas eonsianiiy nn band, tk--i i
Patent Hashing Machine, the best new la im!
Those asing this machine never netd bt
out clean clothes I He alto has Flyer's Pst
rburo, a superior article. A family asing tkls
uuurn ut'ver moo do wiinoui nnuar I
All tbe abort and many other articles arsfir-
aishod to customers cheap tor Cash or eictsertt
far approved oonntry product, Cherrv. M.i!i,
Poplar, Lib wood and oteer Lumber suitable fvr
Cabinet woik, taken to dcbaiige for furmlBi
Fr- Hemeiiibsr the shop is on Msrkef eireet.
CUar li ild, A' a., and Bttarly opposite ihfOUJtf
bl-re." JUH UUUCIL
November 3fl, 18RI y
READING FOR ALL!!
BOOKS ST A TIOSER Y.
Market St , riearflcld. (al the Pnat Office.)
'11 B nnderaigned bego leave toannounertv
the eititem uf Cleat field and vicinity, tkit
he has tit ted np a room nnd has just reiurt.fi
from tbe city with a largo ami uot of readitf
matter, oaristing in part of
Bibles and Miscollaseous Boob,
Blank, Account nnd Pasi DrHks of etery de
script tun t Paper and F.nvelot es, French ffttti
and plaint Feai nnd Feneils ; Blank, hensi
Papers, heeds, Uortrsgce; Jadstnent, tump-
tion and Frtmissory nut i White ar-rt Terrs;
soent Hrtef, Legal Lap. Keeord Cap, and B:l; tp,
Sheet, Music lr either Piano, Flute nr Vixlis
eonrtanily on hand. Any hooks or stn) rrrr
desired tbet I bit nt havo on hand, etti be or
ordered hy first eiprets, and sold at ehul'sls
or retail ! sail rustnuiere. I will aire krta
periodical literature, such as Magnes. ri
papers. At. r A. (JAlLi.
Clearflald May T. trs tf
Stono-ruttf r Rnd Slonc-SIason,
T ILL eieente all work In bit lint at avi-
M aratt pnec and in r I.iT-t-LA,-s si;ls.
la ALL STYLFff, Ftono Prrsirg of etery
description, nod all ktnl nf oias'-n work res
traeted for In rontnf ihe in onty. Any ptrsn
wishing to hart rcfperinbl niason work end
stone-cutting dene, will find it to their r teres!
to call upon me I would al o li'furin the b
lie thnt I ran drliver any qtmrtlty er cisrs tf
stone deiired, as I am the owner of a
KinST-CLASS STONE QUAKRY
Orders fur work can bt addreae d to
DAVlli YO! NO.
marr.l,? - Cleaiheld Fa.
The Lightning Tamer.
rpilG ndnlHa.d .r. (be at.l. Af.nl, iw tlii
e"onl f..r llie' N..rih Araeriean lt.ltaniid
I.UII1TMNU Rh1)S." T ies, are ltem.N ..I
d m w ia .... and are endnried bj .11 L.
arlinnllo nien in th an-
..ttr tba eiiiaea, of Ik eeail,
that win rui ikeaa a, . belter d. aad l"l
let wiot, than la ehara-ed b, lha fiirifa
ace.la who annual Ij tratrrae Ilia eounijr aad
carrt ol out llllla caab, arrer to retwrn.
EXCOURAf.E HOME LAPOIi.
Tboae wibln( li,hlr.ioa Node .reeled
their baildln. need bat addre a br teller, or
el In iern.. W will p.t them ip ant w het,
in th. county, Bad warrant tbeea. lha lti'daand
Flltor,, oaa be ,eaa at any lime br ellira at
oar .lore. II F. blULbK A tv.
Cleara.ld, Marrh In, lf; tl
EXCOUIIAGE HOME IXIH'STKT.
rtlR anderrtrned, bavin, eatahlisbed a Net
I. aery oa lb. 'Pike. ahut half way b.lwrea
ClearBeld and riirwenrrtl'. i prepared to fur
nlh all kind of FHIIT THE ES, Idandard and
dwarf.) Ke.rereen. fhrulhry. Urape Vine,
tliHMeherrl, l.aetoa ftlaek berry, Htrawberry,
end Kasberry Vine. Al.n. Hiberiiia Crnh Tree,
Uuinee. and ear! aerlet Hhoharb, A. Order,
proaiptly attaaded to. Addrea,
J. 1). FW!IT.
aepfd M y Corr.rlll. Pa
For Rent I '
rpilE tindrrtlKi.eil offi r to rent a pWEl.I.INrt
1. 1101-Hr; .n l libAihSMiril t-lllll', nuaie
('ut.iil P. o. in lii-ll tnau.Oip. itiia I a rery
.'.'irabre loeation fu ttie bw.lnee. A lull aet of
to.ila in the ,tip. Plentr ol ou.lom. A (""4
freltool in the vill.are. Addie.a or apply to 11. L.
llrnderiH.n or tl.e tuliaeril.r.
March li tl liKMP.Y BRETII, Jr.
tH.CiS TUWNHHIP 4MIH1
If yon want a good Libria Wt-ron, finished ap
in workir.ai'hfc mauner, go to .
May Jtl, WI U PEr.RS S.
INK, Will m A HIMN LIN I Nil SKINS
J.l raoeirad and fr le by
AprUIO, tT. ft. f. lir-JlgK A (W,