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GEORGE B.' GOODLANDER,
1 ' ' ' KDITOR AND mOPRlRTOR. ' 1
TT TcLEAKFlELD, Pa.
VEbNKSDAY MORN1NO, MARCH IT, 1871
Democratic State Contention,
Pursuant to a resolution of tho Democratic Sidle
Bioeutlra Co in at I (toe this day adopted, a Lemo
t ratio Slat Contention in numbori equal to the
representation ta both bousos of the Legislature,
IB UV1 C VJ UewllVU U Uirvi IM aavweis ilia, f vv
Thureday, Nay 10th, lull, at 11 o'clock a. m., to
nominate oaudidatce fur Governor, J u.lpe of tho
Hopreme Court, aod (should the Legislature so
determine) fur Auditor General and delegates at
lam to tho Constitutional Convention, nd olio
to form oo electoral tioket and aelcot senatorial
and representative delegate! to represent the State
: la tho Democratic National Convention.
Hy order of the Executive Committee.
, WM.A. WALLACE, Chairman.
" Attoeti W. M'Cmluud, Hoo'y.
- Herrleborg, February 16, 1871. '
On Hand We notico that the Na
tional Labor' Reform Parly proposes
to bold a State Convention at Wil
liamoporl on the 7th of May next, for
the purpose of nominating a candidate
for Governor and oilier State officers.
The Saw Mill Is tho title, of quito
a prctonlious monthly nowspaper pub
lished at Williamsportand Sandy Hill,
N. Y., with Josse K. Sanborn as editor.
The current number before us gives a
biographical sketch of Mnjor James II.
Perkins, tho originator of booms and
saw mills in tho West Branch Valley.
i Declines. The WelUboro Demo-
crat proposes tue nnmo ui 11 a.. jKorcr.
cy, Esq., of Lock Haven, for Gover
nor, but wo understand Mr. ilnckoy
protosts against the movement. lie
would make an excellent Governor.
His integrity and executive ability is
greatly needed at tbo gubernatorial
iioadquartens. t '
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Anothe Forney at Large. Wicn
Forney, for six years past Slate Li
irarian, has been removod by Gov.
Geary, and Rev. O. II. Miller, of Pitts
burgh, appointed in his stead. Goary
was "badly cut" in Allegheny county
at his last election, snd we presume'
that is the reason ho went to that
county for an Auditor; General and
, t. - - r I a I .... I.
Goma it Strong. The Erie Observ
er ssys that the court records show
tho fact that 01 one divorco cases were
instituted in that county between the
1st day of February, 1871, and 1st day
of February. 1872. We often thonsht
thoro was something wrong wilh the
social and moral relations of tho citi
sens of that county, from the fact of
the huge Radical majority they al
' ways give at elections time".
Extreme Modestt. We notice by
the proceedings of the Central Penn
sylvania II. E. Conforenco that Rov.
K. W, Kerb', convicted of adultery
1 tome time ago in the Quarter Sessions
of Franklin county, was granted the
privilege of withdrawing from tho Con
ference. We presume he will thank
' in e oreinren lor vne compliment pnia
him in this Instance ' The State
Tompcannco organization was not
qvile so tnodest. That body has is
issued bill Of exooramunication.
. Modest Joiisnt. Our readers will
recollect lliat B. f Myers, Democrat,
defeated John Coena for Congress, in
' the Bedford ojlgtriel, last October a
year Ago. Coesn he been contesting
-ever since. Last week the Election
Comtnittco awarded tho sent to Mr.
Myers. Tho next day Cessna present,
cd bis bill, 85,850, and after wrang-
, ling over it for half a day Congress
actually voted bim (4,450 for contest
ing. Wo wondor if this is the Radi
cal method of paying off tho national
debt. We suppose Secretary . Bout.
' well's next monthly statement will
show reduction of $4,450, Cessna's
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Boyp Abroad A. Boyd Honder-
son, Esq., of Lock Havon, (Court Re
porter,) has undertaken to inlcrviow
the Lowery Swamp Angel outlaws in
North 'Carolina, for the benefit of the
New York IlcralJ. At last accounts
Boyd was with the gang, the leadors
of which had telegraphed the Herald
that they would not hurt him. This
band of ragumufllns, composed of
whites and blinks, are a terror to the
whole Stale, and aro truo types of tho
Spanish and Italian brigands. It is
said that some of the leaders have
killed over twenty persons. A re
ward of 110,000 has been offorod
Joad or alive for this band, yet no
one 4ares to capture thorn.
To fully show tho hollow ness of Radi
cal honesty in legislation, wo noed re
for but to one feature of tho Conirros
sional Apportionment bill now before
tho Lcginluluro. 1'liiluuclplna oon
tuins about 55,000 Domocratio voters
(and it will rnn up to 05,000 If other
than thieves aro nllowod to keep the
tally,) and about 60,000 Radical vo
tors. Under the bill in question the
Democrats are allowed to elect one
Congressman while the Radicals as
ajgn to Ihomsclves four mcrubors.
That is cool, is it not f In other words,
It takos 55,000 Democrats to send ono
man to Congress and only 15,000
Jiadlcftln M do Hie tamo thing. What
pinks of propriety and fairness these
iiaaicai lonuori are ! 'I here are olhor
sections of the Stale treated in a aimi
lor mnnnnr. luii tlia Pi.ila.lxJ..!,:. r...
ture establishes -the character of the
Mil J)'J Jh Kepreaonlatlvps who unit
J""'1 " 1
... Tht JLtcUtmtnt HviP4d.
About thirty-five years ago a great
excitement prevailed In tho upper end
of Buffalo Valley and the lower end of
Ponne Valley, caused by the finding
of a dead horse ' in tho Narrows bo
twoen Mote's hotel and Rouali't botol,
uoar a saw mill pond. Many of our
roadors no doubt recollect the repeat
ed soarcboa made to find a's they sup
posed a murdered man, nnd when tho
water was lot out of tho mill pond
tracks wore discovered 'in iho mud
but no body was found. Tlio excite
ment throughout Centre and Union
counties at the time wus Very great.'-
It is now reported that a man died
in Illinois lately who confessed to the
murder, nnd implicates four olhor
parties. Ho staler Unit the man they
killod was a drover from Berks coun
ty and had a largo sum of money.
They killed him and his horse and
buried tho man under tho borso, but
when the exoitoment broko out they
became alarmed and dug it up and
put it in tbo mill pond. During ono
of the searches it was agrood in the
evening to draw the water oat of tho
pond the next morning.' That night
tho murderers let off tho walor and
took the dead body away up on the
side of tbo Sugar Valley mountain and
buried it, nnd the next morning wero
among tbo first on ibe ground to
draw off tho walor and assist agaio In
the search. , . i "
Although but a small boy at the
time we recollect' the facts of tho ex
citement and searches very distinctly,
and when our parents removed from
Lycoming to this county, soon after,
while passing through the Narrows,
wo looked before and behind at every
curve in the road to eoo a ruurderor or
dead horso. And Ko great was the
excitement at M oil's hotel, where we
remained over -night, that no one
seemed to talk about anything else
but the murder.
We will be able in a short limo to
give our readors something more defi
nite about the matter. Because, if a
man has, on his death bed in the wobt,
related thoso facts, the names of the
parties will not be concoaled much
longer. If thore were five persons en
gaged In the murdor it will open a
wide fluid for conjeolure and investi
gation. , '
Ua$ tttlurutd. .
A squad of high-toned Boston phi
lanthropists, too cowardly to go and
see for themselves, took it into thoir
beads last full to send the Rev. Sella
Martin, a celebrated negro clorgymsn,
a winter campaign through the
Southorn States for the purpose of as
certaining how the "colored brethren"
are gelling along wilh their freedom
suit on. The Reverend individual
made bis report to these Boston Solo
mons on the 10th. It is evident from
his story that things are very much
out of joint down Soulh, but the cler
gyman withholds a groat deal more
than be tolls "out in mcelin." He
admits, however, Hint tho negro mem
bors of Southern Legislatures are very
ignorant, and frequently take bribes,
but he blamos tho carpetbaggers, who
bavo gono down there to onrich them
selves, for all the woes which afflict
tho negro and tho whiles. : It is a
stubborn fact that every prominent
Abolitionist who has gone down
South, where the negro revels in freo-
dom since the close of tho war, comes
back home disgusted wilh Ibe work
ho helped to complete. Yet they are
not honest enough to stump the coun
try over as they did before the war
and declaim against tho evils which
are destroying that fair portion of our
country. The negro thxve was happy
and prosperous, but the negro fret'
man is unhappy and decreasing in his
native home. Modern philantbrophy
has creatod an antagonism between
the two races, and placed tbo one on
the lino of extinction. ; Is William
Lloyd Garrison happy? , ( ., .:
Reappointed. Gov. Goary on Frl
day lust re-appointed J. P. .Wicker-
sham Suporintondont of Common
Schools for three years from tho first
Monday of June next.
' Weix Stated. Tlio Now York
Tribune says; Tho Southern Gover
nors wbo advocate the renonunntion
of President Grant, and dcclaro the
South in dnngor unless ho is ro elected,
do not make an impressive showinc,
considered as a whole. Gov. Davis of
Toxas is under Indictment for fraud u
lent issue of election certificates, nnd
loads iho Grant wing in his State;
Uov. lfeeu or rlorlua, under Impeach
ment for misdemonnors, rrolCHts the
need of a ronomination t Gov. Clayton
of Arkansas, under griovous charge of
fraud, avowt a strong predilection for
ronomination: Gov. Bullock forsook
his office to save himsolf from im
poachmont, and now demands ronomi
nation ; Gov. Scott of South Carolina.
who has ruined '.ho finances of that
Stato, and saved himself from tho oon
teqiioncos by iniquitous tampering
wan tho ijegisiaturo, sends up a vehe
ment indorsement of tho ronomina
lion : while Gov.IIolden of North Car
olint, wbo alono faced Impeachment
and fell, declares tho ronomination of
the President essential to Iho welfare
of Iho country. Of such aro tho
"essential" advocates of Grant In tho
Revenue Fraud. On Mondn
18th, John Koch of Contorvillo, E
county, charged wilh violation of tho
revenno law. was arrested bv Dcnutv
Marshal Covort nnd brought boforo
unilou .Males Uommisaionor Force.
The evidence was to tho effect that
somo time in May, 1870, defendant
drew several check on a bank at
St. Mary's, which being pnid, the
chocks were returned with the stamp
uncanceled. Mr. Koch removod the
slamps, placed them in a box in which
revenue stamps wore kept, and told
his clerk they could be re-u sod, as
Ihcy wero not csncolcd. 1 he witness
es testified that about a dor.on wero
that used tho second time. Tha hoar
log was held in sum of $1,500 to an
jiear at the July sessions of the United
Stales District Court at KHc . )'rr
It it apparent that Grant is being
usod by Forney for bis own purpotos
of popularity, if not profit. Forney
crlos "Halt, and Grunt gives bira the
Collectorship. r Forney elves up the
Colleetorship and Grant writes Forney
complimentary letter of regret an J,
i is said, lubsoquntly offered him the
Poslmnstar-Gonoralsiiipl Forney glvos
a party a ''reception' and desiring
to givo it tclat, invites Grant, the Pres
ident, and Grant, the l'rosldont, at
tonds said rocopiion, bringing with
bim tho inevitable Bahcock, one of his
military socretarios, and Mr. Dolano,
a member of his Cubinot, an ex mem
ber of his Cabinet, "ye ancient marin
er, " yclept Borie, Going also a guest.
Grant seems to bo subject to lornoy's
bidding, and anything the Prosidont
can do by his personal presence or
official power, ho appears willing to
do for Forney. "His Excellonoy," ns
Forney calls him, or "My Dear Gen
erul," as Forney also calls our "hero
President" tho "Second Washington"
may, without much of a stretch in
one's imagination, be supposed to be
constantly singing in Forney's oar:
"Am I not fondly thine own!" and
Forney may be presumed to answer;
"Thou be'.",-.. :' :
That Forney is using Grant is quito
ovidont; but what is his ultimate ob
ject we cannot divine whether he is
u rant s ii ionU or enemy at beart is
another conundrum that we ore K.
continonlly compelled to "give u""
It may bo that the lesigning :of the
Collectorship, and the again menacing
altitude of tho Prest aro Ititendod to
frighten tho Postmaster Generalship
out of Fornoy's supply sorvant, Grant;
or, il may bo thai Forney intends to
devour Grant, r.nd is now only cover
ing bim with the saliva and slime of
nailery that ho may swallow bim the
more readily when the time comes.
Vhatover his purpose, Forney intends
to use brant at prosent to accomplish
it. Grant may bo "UseleM," as the
iiullctin said he was, era tho fall of
VicksburGr, but Fornoy finds bim high
ly Useful, and be will, no doubt, con-
tiuue using "tho conquoror of Loo'
until Fornoy's ends are answered.
Nuts to Crack. The Pittsburgh
Commercial inquires whethor the Ad
ministration has taken any steps to
investigate the chargos of gross mis
conduct and corruption made by re
sponsible authority against Goorge If.
uuiior, uonsui-uonoral tn gypl. Ui
coarse not. This Administration does
not trouble itsolf about such things.
With a present taker in tho W hite
House and a bribo taker In Iho Slate
Department, it cannot bs ex potted
that such liltlo transactions at Butler's
should receive any unfavorable atten
tion. Tho Boston Journal says that on
more than ono occasion Senator Sum
ner has oi pressed his opinion that
"Gen. Grant it the loirest man who ever
set in the Presidential chair: lowor In
tellectually than Androw Johson; low
er morally than Franklin Piorce, and
tower socially, becnuso in private lifo
Mr. Piorce was a gcntlomnn."
This, says the Journal, is tho exact
languago used by Mr. Sumner. Tho
same authority odds that tho Senator
docs not hcsitnlo to say thai Goneral
Grant should be impeached for his
conduct toward San Domingo.
A Little Tammant in ' Radical
Bradford Tho Bradford Argus charg
es that tho tho county officials of that
Radical stronghold are stooped in cor
ruption. A new court nouso ana jail
have just boon built upon the plan
adopted by the Tammany thieves, and
every item of expense has beon exag
gerated in order to allow a liberal
"divy" with the omciais wno nave
been engaged in robbing the taxpay
ers of the county. That might be sot
down as an off set to the thoft of vouch
ers in York, if one wrong could justify
another. What is needed in this
country just now is a free exposure of
rascality whorover it may exist, an
unhesitating repudiation of all dishon
est officials, and the soloction of men
abovo and beyond repproaoh to fill all
offices from the presidency down to
Danger. Auditor General Har
tranft was among the witnosset before
(he Evans's investigation committee,
last week and bis testimony is not
calculated to make him many dele
gates in the forthcoming Republican
Convention. He says ho borrowed
seven thousand dollars from Evans, in
March, 1871, and gave his due bill,
and paid it back in August, of the
snme year, but did not got his dne
bill back.' This is rather u slack way
of doing businosa, and calculated to
throw suspicion upon the manner Re
counts are passed upon In the Auditor
General's office. What an outrage it
would bo on the General if the scoun
drel Evans would go and sue bis noto,
and he would be compelled to pay it
over again. This we should say would
bo bad for the Slate Auditor and pro
spective Gubernatorial nominee.
Vai.dabi.1 OnE. Mr. D. Karns,
practical geologist of Bedford county,
has discovered in Morrison's Covo, in
that county, the purest and most val
uable iron oros yet found in this State.
Thcso ores are of the hematite forma
tions and aro similar In character to
the famous Bloomfleld oros, which
were selected by the United States
chief ordnanco officer, during the late
war, as tho best for the manufacture
of heavy ordnance. Iho ores dmcov
ered by Mr. Karns are, howovcr, rich
er than theBloomflold eros. Millions
of tCTio of these ores are contained on
a aioule tract of about 200 acres. ' A
voin of ore which yields a large per
coningo ot lead ana lino has also beon
found on this tract. - E. F. Korr &
Co., of Bedford, Pa., are ths lucky
owners oi these valuable minorais,
Commission Kevokkd. It socms
that the Harrisburg Temperance 'in
dicator's appeal to temperance in on to
stand by the Rev. E. W. Kirby, and
its allegation that the recent criminal
chargos against him were nothing but
groundless persecutions by rumsellors,
had not much weight. Air. l.liaie,
the Worthy Chief of' the Good Temp
lars of this Stato, has published a card,
slating that "all official connection of
itov. I'j. w. JVirDy with tho Uood
Templars of this Stale has ceased,"
and his commission as Uistrlct J)cnu
ty and Lecturer for tho Grand Lodge
nus neon rovoKea.
Not Quite so Bland. Vice Presi
dent Colfax doesn't smilo with as
much facility as usual just at prosont
Appearances indicalo that Honry Wil
son will beat him al Philadelphia.
Novor mind, Schuyler, your time will
como. Aflor the election you can
smilo seronely at the woe bo gono,
flnbbergasted nnd defeated Henry and
congrntuintn yourself upon your for.
timntc escape. ' , ;
.vx wttqMsi MM
Ths President has nominated. Hon.
Francis Thomas, of Maryland, as Min
ister to Peru. - -, ;
' The Froeburg Courier advises tbo
1 rmersof Snyder county to turn their
Attention to sheep raising.
Los Angolet county, Cal., bat 40,000
ornngo trees, whloli produce tunually
on avorago of 1,000 to each tree, i
Bon Bullor, it it staled, was Intend
ed by his parents for a clergyman.
What a narrow osoapo the churob had.
Tho Democrats of lihodo Island bavo
nominatod Alney Arnold for Governor.
Tbo eloction occars on the 3d of April.
Three hitters in Now York aro so
beautiful aud attractive, that they are
known in society at the 'Three Graoes.1
An Ohio housewife is so extromoly
neat, thut she sorubbod her kitchen
door until she fell through into the
cellar. . ,
Tht 001130 llildebrand.who wat re
cently lynched in Missouri, writes to
inform the disgusted publio that no
still lives. ' : i , ' .. i
Cambria eounlv Judgcsflrjs reousant
jurors nnd Inebriated witnesses.
W bich Is a direct repudiation of "local
option" we should say. ' ' '
An exchange says tbo water will be
lot into tAie Pennsylvania canals just
as soon at the ice goes out. That is
certainly satisfactory. , , 1
A Paris judge recently asked a coun
terfeiter why be coined base money,
and was answored because the Prus
sians bave taken all the gooi ! :
Mrs. Williams, f'ormorly the wife of
Stephen A. Douglas, is tb leader oC
society at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas,
where ber husband is in oommnnd.
'10,000 bushels of wheat. 19.000 bush
els of corn and 10,000 bushels f oats
wore destroyed by firo in tht Ohio
Elevator at Buffalo on tho 10th Loss
$175,000. ! '
' Senator Sumner privately deoeuncos
Grant as "Ignorant and dishonest."
Grcoloy in privato conversation never
speaks of Grant except as the "trunk
en tunnor from Galons." 1
Gon. Stanton, Internal Revenue Ool
loctor of fifth district, Marylaid, has
been arrested for sponding 100,000
belonging to "tho government." W bat
a pity I wo hoar Radicals say.
The Tammany frauds and robberies
in Now York are a trifle, says the Now
xork bun, (llepublican,) compared to
the frauds and robberies prepetratcd
through Grant's administration,.
Silver coin at a discount of 2 per
eont. in San Francisco, and the Mint
in that city refusos to accept silver
bullion for coinage Thore Is a good
opening for somo in this direction.
The Pennsylvania oil region eon-
tains 2,000 square miles. . Of this space
ouly ten square milos are actuully
worked. .Lust year a yield wat about
5,800,000 barrels of 43 gallons each.
Sunbury and Danville papers,1 by
way of variety, are discussing the vir
tues of fast women residing in their
respective towns. That is certainly
something new in tho newspaper liie.
A keepor wbo was taking two con
victs to tho Western Ponitouliary.ltHl
week, when the train stopped al HtU-
burgh, called out: "Step out, gen de
mon : fifloen raara for rvfroabuienU."
The Rochester Union saya ttat
Grant has done about as much toward
reducing the national debt as llm hnaa
nozxlo on the cow-catcher of an oagne
does toward drawing a train. That's
In a list of the surviving momlxre
of Unconstitutional convention of 1818
we notice the names of Gen. Flomiig
and Hon. John A. Gamble of Lycomi ig
county, well known to many oi our
readers. ,,-. i
Aloxander Campbell and wifo, living
at Poplar Grove, 111., were poisoned
on Friday, by drinking aconite given
tnem by a druggist in mistake for
whisky. Campbell is doad, but it is
thought bis wifo will recovun
Tho tarn of Gabriel Sbulor Jn Wash
ington township, Lycoming', county,
was destroyed by fire on Monlay night
last,' together wilh a ooiiiderablc
amount of grain and bay, and also two
valuablo horses and two calves.
Proposals for a place to hold tho
next annual meeting of tbo Halo Ag
ricultural Society will be roMivcd up
to the second Tuesday of Mn :. The
next exhibition will take plat on the
17th of September, tiontinuin threo
The Philadelphia Press li imates
that somo of Gray's friends riod to
bribe some of the parlies c incctcd
with that virtuous establish iont.
What rascals these Radicals ai i if half
of tfaom tell the truth about : lis Mo
Clu re-Gray contest. ,il
The majority of a commiltci
portod in favor of amending die Stato
Constitution so as to allow wimon to
voto and bold office. As theii women
don't raiso any children they i ightas
well become politicians as not.
Tho Radicals rejoico exci tingly
that they havo again carried New
Hampshire. Well, if they carry it for
11 floe n years longer there will be noth
ing left in it worth having. Il is do
creasing in wealth and population fus
enough to satisfy any "loyalist. "
When Grant wont into office he an
nounced that bo would "seo the rev
onue faithfully collected," but h skid
nothing about havln i; faithfully ac
counted for. He z' that to the ten
der meroici of bit brothers in law, an4
such men as Loet, Stocking and Bail)
Tho result is what might have been
expectod. - ' '
In tho Chicago Post Office tho other
day thoro was found In tho mails
nowspnper containing 1110, which ttui
simple minded eondcr was trying to
forward to cngiand under a two cent
stamp. The nnme of the pnrly mall
Ing the paper could not bo ascertained,
and the valuablo package went to the
Dead Letter Office.
New Hampshire. Tho official fig
urosof the recent oloclion havo been
For Governor, Straw has a majority
of 1,122. Notwithstanding all the
statements of tho Administration iour
nals, the voto Is a heavy ono, Straw's
vote only being about 550 less than
that given for Grant. Tho whole vote
exceeds that of hist yoar by 0,040.
Grant's mn orily was nearly 0.000.
Anolhor such a viclory will turn the
stato over to the (Jomocrals.
Tho Now Ilamnshiro Patriot do
oluros the Into result in that Stalo was
produced by Iho most infamous means
ever employed in a popular election,
ana is a triumph orirnud, bribery and
coercion, alike disgraneful to tho vic
tors and to the Slate. Uy such moans
an endorsement of General Grant and
his administration was obtained. In
tho South, bayonots P rod u tied Radical
victories, and in tho North frauds ore
( SIILSlllUlCd, t j ,
Tho Radical journals undertake to
defend Grant In everything exoept the
matter of taking bribos. They do not
comment on .that weak point, of his
oharaeter at all. No amount of proof
as to the innumerable well known in
stances in which he basapnointod men
to office who bavo made bim valuable
prcsonte, elloitt from thorn single
word of donial, explanation,' or dofonco.
They discuss. tits points on which his
claims for a ronomination rest, after
indulging tin prefatory romark, some
thing like this, "At to his bonosly that
it unquestioned," or "the poople be
hove bim to be a man of the strictest in
tegrity. .( 1 i r : ,"' ; ; r
' This role it plnyod in tbo face of the
fact that Grant's dishonest jobs have
bocomo a stink in the nostrils of the
peoplo, nnd that il has become prover
bial that he will aocopl anything that
is offered ta him. Never beforo has
the Presidential office been so prosti
tule.'a ' for solfaggrandiEomcnt. It
"oeoms tho very extremo of effrontery
fur Radical journalists to studiously
avoid answering the charges of this
kind hi ado against the Prosidcnt, and
to constantly assort thut his honesty is
unquestioned. His honest is the vory
thing that has been most strongly
questioned, unless, pcthaps, it be bis
ability. ,. ..'' ',, .. '., r
. a - '
125,000 Worth or Radical Votes.
The Washington Patriot says ! The
Now Hampshire clerks nnd hi borers
in tho various departments and work
hop nndor the Government, in this
city, havo obtAlned ton djn' loao urj
absence, to "go homo ana vote ai tueir
State eloction, on tho 12tb Inst. In
olhor words, five bundrod clerks end
workmen are off duty, in order to sup
port the Administration by voting tho
Radical ticket in New Hampshire, far
doing which they receive their regu
lar pay, averaging $5 per da', or t'i,
500 por day tbo entiro, which for ten
days, makes (25,000, paid by tbo
United ' States Government for five
hundred Radical votos. Tho "blue
book" only sbows 03 New Hampshire
clerks as employod in the Treasury;
how,then,comea it that nearly two hun
dred bave loft that Department alone,
to go home and vote in New Hamp
shire f Wbo will riso to explain ? If
there ever was a chanco for civil ser
vice reform, then this is ono.
-, Rhode Island Practice vs. Prece
dent. Ono of the amendments to the
Constitution of Rhode Island is that a
voter should be ablo to read theUnitod
States Constitution. But cut bono 7
Unless tho Constitution is to bo bettor
obeyed by tho powors that bo, be
might as well be required to read
Pope's "Essay on Man." And is it
not a little singular to nnd theiiopub
Means of Rhode Island proposing to
limit the auffragof They were will
lag enough to admit all tho Southern
ncgroos to the ballot box without re
striction, and have had much to say
of the "God-given riht to vote," tho
"only palladium of Liberty." aud all
that sort of thing. But when it comes
to applying the principlo to Rhode
Island, where these men live and have
property, their beautiful professions
surma iniu nuiuing.
Hit Tuem Again. George Alfred
Townaaod think thai tho udminiaira-
tion Senators cut a sorry figure when
they attempt to answer the charges
so eloquently preferred against tbeiu
and tlmir chief hy f'nrl ub. 11
They only retort, in the languago of
Morton, that this man put a Democrat
in the Senate and lost the "party" its
representative from Missouri. Andyet
look at Missouri to day perfectly con
ten ted,pcrfucllyorderly, inducing immi
gration, developing its railway system,
rivalling the old Slates in population;
and lot ns answer the question as to
whether Carl Bchurs committed a
blunder wbon ho prompted thnt con
servative step. Compare Missouri
wilh Louisiana or Georgia, and which
State it in tbo bands of statesmen f
To be gitea la the
Thursday Ercnlng, April 1th,
. Oa the oeeaiioa
PROF. EDWARD I1ETZ,
the (mat Planltt from Oermaaj, will make hit
Srtt appearance la tlmad Coaeert la thia place.
Prof, iiela II a, pupil of the eelehratod frant
Llsit, aod It proDoaneed hy eritloi to be one of the
Aoeel perforator! oa the Piano la America,
Tbo Orebeetrn will aleo be aeilited be a number
of Ladiae sad tientlemen of Clearfield-
. Porfbrtnaoea to oommeaoo at I o'oloek, p. m.
. TICKETS) Sfto. CHILDREN, JJo.
For sale at tho Poilnflloa, 8. I. Bnyder'i Jewelry
Store and A. I. Show's Drug Store.
Person! wlehing lo obieln a Ine Inatroment will
hare a rare opportunity of totting the qaallty of
Prof. Hot!' Urend Hqnare Piano, wbo will bring
one with htm from Philadelphia lo be aied at thia
gCHIrOl, Von filRLH,
.J.J .CUKWSJJSVILI.B, Pa.
Sprln tern oomoeaoei May t, 1171.
Bh37H VBLLR WELCif.
Wall Paper I Wall Paper 1
Tt ferjcMt and mo it Mm pitta itook of Wall
Pi.pr aver offered In thia taction, hat jut bara
roocived from New York.
Tbota aMilinjf Wall Papor will do wnll to call
QJ xatuint bifura buying,
mol.17 Im WKAVKR l BETT8,
A Move In Curwensvllle !
J. It. IRWIN, Druggist,
CI KWKNBVILLK, PA,
HAS rrmovoxl bla Droit fftnra to tilt now
monti, tbraa dnort wcit of hit old itand,
aod (alia tbli oppurtaaltj of ih Milking bit old
euitomar for their liberal patronage, and boprt
bj dona attention, combined with flttot took
of goodt, to merit He eontinnanoa on the pert of
all hit old euitomeri, and re that of many
new one. Plaaaa Kite bim a cell.
j. r. mwiK.
CunreniTllle, March JT, 1871. -Cm.
A mOFITAliLB BUSINESS.
Light equal ta (las, at one-eighth the oost !
Cannot be exploded. No chimney or wiek used.
Men desiring a profitable business can a score the
exclualvo right for tha aale of Dyott'e Patent
Carbon (laa Light Burners and Oil, fur counties
r fitatea. Write for ipformation or ell on
M. B. DYIITT.
No. 114 South Second HL, Phila., Pa.
X. B. Churches furnished with Chandeliers and
Lamps of every description, 16 per cent, cheaper
man ai any oiner eataoiisntneni in ine country.
Tt'vVnCES' e CONST AB1F.PI ITIES
ft Wo hay printed A large numher of tha nee;
PER BILL, and will on the receipt of awenl.
prt tenia, aai) a eopv e ear tddrosl, ( '. jpj'j
OI RAFTMEN, READ!
Then calf and siamlnelo bej'oonrUacmi of THE
; l'LACK lo hay Irat elaM . -
' " ' 1 : I ' i i '.'': I ,,,.
; ,y I . v i. I I .-
BISEL'S BEE HIVE
' STILL AHEAD!
At Iho OtD BrAND,o. C5,"Mnin St.,
HOVv ' ! " t ; n '' '"Oh'
Loch Haven, Fa.
We era Ju.t reetlrlng an I mm cure atoek of CRY
. OODS for the Uprlnr Trade, bought for
. j Cut, and will be fold at
Prices to Defy Competition
. Ia Ceatral Ponaiylrania. i , -
For your heavy Brown and Bleached Sheeting!
Your Tichlnga, Toweling!, Hickory Shirtings,
t'becka nod Stripea,
Your Table Lincna, warranted all Linen, aa low ai
Si oenta a yard,
Yoar Calieon, O Ibgheaa, Denimi, Cotlooedee and
Yoar Summer Panlinga, for Men and Doyi' wear
of theee wa hare an immeOM Muck, Including
the thribble weight double and twin ulloo
adee Your Coating, Phewli.VelretMm, Handkerchlefa,
Hoaiory,UkTei,and all klnda of Fancy Notioni,
DON'T FAIL TO 00 TO
Ulvel's Bee Hive Store.
DRESS GOODS we make a
' ' specialty.
Our atoek eemprieee all the laleat
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON,
I boidt a full line of .
' - 8TAPLI DRB88 GOODS,
" luck aa
BUck roe Grain Filka. Black Alpacas, (all
price,) Ulark Mohaira, t rench Mrriaes,
All-wool Ilepa and tlatina, I'a
reppa Corda, do.
Jt-Mako out your Memoranda al home for all
the Dry (loodl you may want for IS7J, and hrint
them wilh you when you come down thii Spring
with your Timber, and be eoorfnerd that H U
much to your intereit lo buy your goedi at
BISEL'S BEE HIVE STORE,
BION OF TUB LAROB
. OVER TUB rwvin.
J. J. EVERETT & CO.,
Lock Harm, Pa,, March 17, Wt SU
BY Tlrtueofwrluof IWifioai grptm, lined
eat of the Coart of Common Pleas af Clear
teld eounty, and ta me directed, there will
be eipoaed to public aale, al the Court House,
in ine aereugu of I'leerflold, on Taaraday, the
1 1th day of April, 1.172, at I o'clock, p. an.,
the following deecribed real ailate, W wit i
A oertala tract of land eltaata In Woodward
townrbip, Clearfield oounly, Pa., bounded aud
droeribed te wit : South by iaad or William Hag
erty, weet by Cloarteld Creek, north by the Til
lege of Madera, and eaal by laud of John Moore
and othere, containing IS acrce, more or lea, and
hariag a two-atory nlenk houee and atable thereon
erected. Soiled, taken la eieeutioa and ta be
aold aa the property of Robert Alexander.
Aer-Bid.l.n will lake notice thai 14 per exit
of the purvhaae money muat be paid when the
property ia knocked down or It will be put up
egoia for aale. JUSTIN J. PIR,
nmimr'a Orrica, I Sheriff.
Clearfield, Pa., March 17, 1873. J
Road Letting I
NOTICE la hereby giro Utt the uudenigned
Superriiora of (loahen townikip will receive
propoeala until SATURDAY, the 10th day of
April seal, for the grading, bridglag and corn-
filctlng of forty-one rode af rood, mora or leea,
ceding from U L Irwine, in Ooohea townahip,
ta the Lawrence lownabip line.
Propeaala muat atate the price per rod for the
whole work. The Superrlaort wilt meet at Lick
lua oa the day above doalgnated, where all who
aae It caa attend.
S. K. SHIRIY,
H. K. at Y LA R,
mch27-et Sup ervlaors.
(CAUTION. All pereone are hereby eautioued
J againat parchaaing or ia any way meddling
with the folluwing pereonal properly, now in tbo
poircaalon of Rufua Linaey, af Cheat township:
One black horse, I dunn horeo, 1 roan horae, S
eowe, 1 bog, t acta of haraeea, t plow, 1 barrow,
I aheep and household furniture. Thia nropcrty
waa pureheaed by ma from bim, and ia left with
bim euhjeot to nay order.
Chest lownabip, March 17, 1B71-J1,
APMINiajTRATOR') SIOTIC E Notice
Il hereby given that letteve of administration
on the estate of PUH.lt- BRANIPK, dee d, late
of Beccaria tor.nshi,,, Clearfield eounty, Pcuna.,
havlc- been duly granted to the undersigned, all
persons Indebted to said estate will pie, mk
payment, and tnose naving eiaime or demands
will present them properly authenticated for set
tlement. MICHAEL BRANIFF,
March 17, 1871tti Administrator.
CAUTION-All persoaaara hereby eeutlonrd
againat purchasing or in any way meddling
with one gray end one bey mare, now In posses
sion of W. P. Narebood, of Orahaa township, as
tha same belong to me and are euhiect to uy
order. JERKMIAII KYLER.
Hrahamton, March 17, lrTI -St.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE I
In pareaanoe af an order of tha Orphans
Court of Clearfield couatv, there will ha told al
Publio Pale, at the Court uoate, In tha boi-uuijh of
Clearflrld, on 8ATlTltlAY, the 10 1 h cf A I'll 11,,
A. D. 1871, at 1 o'clock, P. M., of raid die, the
followlnf dewribed real estate, lata the allele of
John Hlose, deoeaNd:
All that certain uefiimiffe. tenement and traot
of land eitiiata in Knox towmhip, Clearfield Co,
r., boanded and deecribed aa rollowe to wit
llrfinninc at itoRt, earner P. Owene and Jane
SIom; thenne by land of Jane Slow end Margnrel
RIom, south 30f dejrrees eart ?V 110 perches, to
post) thence by land af J. M. Chase, north oli
deft -set east H7 perches, tn aVinwood j thenee, by
lend of J. M. Chaea, north AAI decrees west 7V IB
perrhesp to post) thence, hy P. Owens, sovth 42 i
ii4nvToaj wwi: isif nsjrfnrp, iv ytwn in ui
flnniu iMiniaininK 04 Acres and V 7-10 perches
and allowanoet bcint part of It Isrjrer treat ta
nana of tieorfe AVcstj bsrinjt about if) acres
cleared land, a large twe-stor hewed log hoase
aad hewed log barn thereon, with excellent spring
or wster at the door, liaiaaoa or land li tim
bored with hemlock and hard tlniher.
TKHM8 OK HAI.K One -third tha parchase
money to be paid In hand oa confirmation of aala,
and the balsnoa In two eaual annual payments
with Interest, to be secured by bond and mortv
gage on the pramlsut. A. C. TATK,
vcbdl7-at - tluardlen of Kffia J. 8loes,
AUMIMNTKATORM N(TH K-Noilrt
Il hereby given that letters of administration
on tha aetata of UfcOHUH MOVKR, deoaaatMl,
lata of Urabam iownfhlp. Clearfield Cotinty, I'a.,
harlot been duly aranted to the qndorsigned,
all psrsoni indebted to said estate will please make
payment, aad those having olalme or demands
will present thfip proporly anthentleated for eet-
li emeu u JAwrs hiiimi.
' 1MNJKI K.MKAt,
fcb; ?T2 t( AdminiMr(rs,
rrOWNSIIIP AUDITORS' SBT
TLKMKNT. Report of the Auditor! of
Lawrenot lowmhip ror A. u. 1071 1.
f t JIOAI) aTVNO.
William T. Cnrta, Jarael Browal, J. I. Shaw and
Thomaa M. Laiiioh. BiiMerrieoro at Lawrence
. township, In account with the Road funds of
aais towninip Mr 171. 1 ,
WILLIAM T. IRVIK, Da.
To amount of tax lerled for IS71 161 It
By amount of work done by
By supervisor's wagon. .,. 1100
fly eaonoralloni I 10
lly per eenlage mmU 4? Sa
Uy plank and spikes 1 04
Ry making duplioate S 00
By teem eu road ' 10
By one day al ocUleiueat 1 CO
Balance due township..... 4 it
,.. SUM 10 nj 10
JAM KB BROWN, Da.
To amount of Us levied for 1H71 I77S SO
To order oa successor to balance account 1 1 01
- C.- .
By work done by eltlaoni tin 1!
lly traoefcrlolr-rta and Shaw, 1 V0 i
By per ointngo V4 10 .
By auperviror'a wagea..., , 10 tsi)
By making duplioate. - t 60
By working easb tax d SO
By ooe day at settlement. S 00
By J. M. Read, as orer work .
- order. I It 00
By over-work of W. P. aad .
Alex. Bead i it
By amount paid auditor aad
olorlb....,,... .....,. t 40 1
tmt 01 tin 2
J. B. SHAW, Da.
To amount of Ui Icried for 1871 f10 0
To unseated order for 1 S7I..... 100 00
To order to balaooe account . OS 05
By work done W - MI Jl ...
Ut easb tax oolleotad in work, hS 31
By peroeatge. 44 ii
By wporoiaor'a wages S 00
lly two days at aettlemant..., 4 00
By exooeratiuna 0 so
By orer-work of D. Lansberry 4 00
By order of John Irwin T 10
By Peter MeUeorge'i bill 6 00
By K. Rwartaworth, judgment
and cost 74 07
By amount paid printer- t f 5
By amount paid eudltoro aad
clerk. 1 07
..SI.M7 ii 11.7117 It
THOMAS M. LANICII, Dn.
Te amount of tax Icried for 1871
To anaeatcd order for I 7 !....
To unseated order for 1071
To ensealed order far 1 87 1 .
Balance due auperrisor...
By amount dua last settlement, t7l 14
By work doae by eitiseae..........614 A3
By Supervisor'! wagoe..... 160 00
lly per eenlage 36 03
By amounts paid (receipts U71) 14 V
By amount for printing 9 00
By bill of plonk- .. II 13
By bill of J. L. Mcl'beraoo. 11 00
By two daya' aetlliag 4 00
By transfer and xoneratiuaa..,M St 60
By makiog duplicate M...M 1 60
By ami. paid Auditora A clerk... 1 47
oji.eie so i.io so
Tewnahlp indebtcdneai .....1,S2 67
CLARK BROWN A O. B. MERREL, Overseers
of the Poor, in account wilh Lawrenoa Town
ahip, for le-71 1 i , .
: Dn. 11
Te amount of duplioate.. H. .......
To cash an judgment re. Bogga twp,
In id .14
By order Math. Ogden........
Ry ree'u of Riohard Moasop...
. 1114 77
, 4 0
lly rec ta of h. reiser A LytleM...
By hill of W. P. Taw
llr hill of Lydia Leon.rJ.. ........
By bill of Jsraca loagherty..M.
By hill of Joba U. Orvia........
lly bill of Miriam Orr-.....-.
lly hill of Wallace 1 Fielding...
By bill of T. J. Borer
By bill of O. B. Merrel
By hill of M. W. Snider ...
By bill of Juacpb Borat.........
By bin of William Porter
Ry bill of aund. for J. W. Jones,
By bill of clothing for Shilling
By bill of timber for C. Brown...
By exoocratlona. .
10 14 '
By amt. paid Auditora A elerk.
Balance due township.......
..r4 3 (II 34
We, the undersigned. Aoditore of Lswrenoo
townahip, having examined the aeoountaof Wm.
T. Irwin, Jaiaea Brown, J. B. Shaw and Thomaa
M. Lsnich, Supcrviaora, and Clark Bmwa and
0. B. Merrel, Orer seers of the Poor of sold town
ship for 1871, ftnd theus aa above stated.
U. 11. HALL,
, JA8. SPACKMAN,
; K.J. COS KLIN,
Attest : Auditors.
W. T. 8rr, Clerk.
TOWNSHIP AUDITORS' SET
TLEMENT Report of the Auditors of
Brady towashin for A. 1). 1871. via:
Join NoLnaa and Hatfar Zili.iox, Superrloors
or Brady lowasnip lor mil, tn account with
the Road funds of aaid township.
JOHN NOLIIKR, Un.
To amount of tax levied fur 1871...... 78 0.1
To unseated order for 130 04
By work done by eitiienc... $790 17
By exonerations 7 10
By per ecntagc 10 16
By aupervieor'awagee. 180 00
Balance due township.... S 36
....1.017 97 SI.017 07
' HENRY MI-LtOX, Dt.
To amount of lax levied for 1871.......
Ta aaarated order
Te two unseated orders.........
Ry work don by eltisens.... 91,071 10
By eepervieor'a we gee. ...... 101 06
By work and plank. 11 67
......91,186 61 91,116 61
Jauaa C. Baaanrr aad Otoaoa C. Kiax, Over,
seers of the Poor for 1871, La account with the
Poor funds el aaid township
To am't ree'd from former Ororeeert,
To notes of Shelter'! vendue
To cash at vendue
To oash from II. Uoodlander.
lly msb paid as per receipt!.
lly notes uncollected.
By overseers' wages ,
By per eentage
Balance due township...
. 1 07
..9391 13 9.1H1 11
We, the uadertKnjd Antlifore of Drftd luwn
ship, county of Clearfield, baring mat according
to law, praeeded tn examine tha accounts and
Touchers af John IN older aad Henry Zilliox, Super-1
Kirs, and James V. Barrett and Uaorge C
Kirk, Orerseer of the Poor, of said township, for
I 7 1, did adjust, audit and settle tbo fame, and
find them as above stated.
In testimony whereof, we bara he it unto set our
hand! this Slta da of March, A. 1). 1571.
JOSKPH If. KIRK,
J. A. TEHPK,
Alteid : AuJitori.
J. W. Conr, Town Clerk,
tuthersburg, Pa., March 13-31.
BHIIHiB lil.lit'llON.-The stockholders
of tho Husqurhanna Uridge al Clearfield will
hold aa eleetioa at the office of J antra T. Leonard
on Monday, tho let day of April, 1871, at 4 P. M.,
to elect three persons tor managers ol said bridge
for the ensuing year, fly order of
JAMKS T. i.hti.i a mi, Treasurer.
Cleardcld, March 10, IS?. It.
J 1.1'MI.KR CITY, I'A.
The nndcrslgnrd annonneea to his old friends
and patrons that he has opened a good line of
Until KKlKa tt I KU lhlur ai I he old stand
of Kirk 4 tSpenoer, for which he eolieiis a liHeral
pairenage. n. rr . erbnvniva
1. amber t- ity, i'a.t March ." it.
(IRA II AM TON,
Cleardeld Co.. Pa,
Acent for Jamea 6. Marsh's
"Valloy Chief" KtMier& Mower,
sad all ether Agricultural Imi.temcnte nmnufao-
tared hy him. Any Information In nferenoa to
the sale. 4d iuaii)ifartnro ean be oMeined by ad'
dressing as shot a. men 30 I m
1TK are now manurecturing our IMPROVEH
y KTHKL. BUCKET HRIVINU CANT
HOOKS, superior lo any other In use. We have
also tn stock o large quantity af Cantbeoka suita
ble for rafting purposes, which we are clliag
cneap loreesa. sai'o si n. asnAnv,
Olearteld, Pa., March II, U71.
.0R WALL PAPHII, go lo
' mch-'t-lnj 3' 7" WAVLR BryTS.
mv WAsni.XGTox acide
, 1 .. , piearfield County, Pa,
11IJK SUMMKR TERM af Ihu llt.
. bill open on the Oral Monday of M.. .
('I'i'rm, Cve munths.) ' ,"
The aoufil of study will etnhraet a rigid u
thorough till in erary branch rciuiillt u , ,
Ileal aud accnupliihed education.
Vocal and inairumental musio win oeeai,.
ImrMirlMK place In the rourse of study.
Puplla will he adinllted at any tiuiedorls,.
aeaaion, and charged from time of entering
oloie or the term. No deduction will be um
for aliaeooc, except In oaaoa of protracted lllw
Sludunta desiring roouia for "clubbing"
ancninmoilati-d at moderate ratea.
Uood boarding nan bo procured ! tbrsa i.
lara per week at pulillo and priral houaet,
For particulars addreae
UKOUUE W. INNIS, PrlodM
marcn u, 11 11 new iTaihlnglo,ifl
. MISS H. S. SWAN'S
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
. CLEARFIELD, PA.
Till 8PRINO TERM of fourteen weeks,
eouneaeo Moaday, April 8th, 1871.
TERMS OF TUITION.
Reading, Orthography, Writing .Object Let.
oons. Primary Arithmetic and Primary
Usogrnphy ) d
History. l.ocai aad uescrlptlva ueography
with Mep Drawing, Urammar, Menla'V
; nriucn Aritoaioiio .. IJ
Algebra auu It' Sy'lences . ....... It H
Instruction In Instrumental mnsle .......... II H
Oil painting, 14 lesaona II tot
Wax work I 4
tot full particulars aend for Circular.
Clearleld, Sept. 7, 1870-lypd.
A Male aud Female C'laaeiral High SrhooJ
Each Deparimeut Separate, Dlttluct anJ
r.i.i.i.1. i. s...i 1
rpiIR scholastic year of this Institution Is ah
l ded into two seasiona of Iva months (toejti
one wen. each. The Bret seasloa eomme.csi J
the tret Monday In September; the aeead,oalJ
am ssonaay in rcoruary.
The oouree of Instruction embrace! over tsi
neoessery to a thorough, praetioal aad' acoeuuUii
ed education of both sexes.-
Pupils will be admitted at any time and ebsrti
from date of entrance te the close of the sefiins.
Ho deduetton will be anode for absence, stett
in eases of extreme aad praeraoted itfeeee,
Btudenta from a distauaa oaa he accoanmedett;
nun board at low rates.
Por particulars, send for- circulars, or adilren
Rev. P. L. UAllUIBON.A. al.,
July 10, 1871-tf. Principal
Male and Female College
fTIBIS populer Inalitution wiH open for II
A summer session on tbo Orst Monday of U
i "is, unoer ine insirvcuoDoraeorpsoIoompeuii
teachers, in the college buildings in the plesssil
village of Chorrytree. Indiana eountr. Pa.
Course of instruction thorough. Music, voni
anu laiiruuienial, Ineluied. Uood hoardinf fsi
oirhed at from 92.6 to tj.60 ner week.
Por further particulars apply lo either of Ik
ondersigned Ilirectors, or address them at Ursa1
r. il., Indiana scanty, Pa.
Hon. K. H. McCORMICK,
it. n. xin riwTs, bso.
- JOUN KAHON, Ksq.,
La. K. BKALLIKR,
Dx. A. R. LOVELACE,
Feb. 7, 18711m. Kireetor,
am (fstatr for mt.
T? OR SALE! '
1 The Iwo-story plank House on comer '
Third and Locust streets, now in pnssessisa K
lre. Anna M. Wallace. House is 60 feet tm:
ana in good oonditioo. Inquire ef
OEORUE W. RIIEEM.
Cleurteld, March 10, 1871.
Farm for Sale!
THE undersigned, residing in Botga towsikii
offers for sale bis farm, containing OVi
HUNDRED ACRES-76 acrea of which is
ed and under rultlration ; baring tbcrmn erertM
nuf.mirVgV.'iSg'ctVcr will, 129 bearing fruit tmi
and an excellent apring of water. A three-fiw
vem or COAL nnd a three-foot vein of FIKk
CLAY, both open, which can be seen at aay tiai
hy calling on the premises. This farm is liissted
one-fourth of a mile from Wallaccton statins,
ine 1 irons Clearleld Railroad. Title indirss.
table, and possession given at any time, fi
further partioulartcall on the premises or aiidreu
lit. Mil A. fcllJJIhU
Wallaccton, January 17, 1871-lm.
House & Lot for Sale or Kent
rrtUR undersigned offers for sale er rent, imi
X reasonable terms, a two story dwelling, kt
and stable, in Btoomtngton, Pike townhip. For1
tonus, Ac, epply t LKWIS I. BLOOM.
January 3d, ISTl-tf. .
OF TUE O It EAT
REDUCTION OF PRICES
BV 8. PORTER 811 AW, D,D..
Having suocecdod in getting a Itgbler larifsl
material, aenco ine low ana meaVrori eherrs hi
partial and fall seta of Tooth. I use lbs sen
manafacttire of teeth and other material. 41
operatione registered aad warranted te rjrs sat
vice and satisfaction.
Friends, reUect that mv ebarroa for the lam
tioa ef artificial and the aavlag of the asiin
tee th are now the moat muranable ia Peanivlrsitt
Preserve yonr teeth dud yon preserve your hestu.
Putting of the natural teeth ia a healthy, tie
servauveaou use nil condition ia mad! a specislti
ouesm ana maiiormations common to tee mean
aw and aseociate parte, are treated and comet
with fair success. Examination! and eoaulu
It would be well for patients from a distant
ei auow ny mail n row day! belore eeuuf
lu th, 5c. -
Il Is very important that children betweeant
ages of six and twelve years ahould hare tse?
Ana-si hetios aro admiuiatercd and Teetk 1
moved without pain.
Dispositions and oharaotcr are judftsd b' a
the world by the expressions of the face, hex
how very diaaatrou! may It therefore be for f
sons to indulge an cxpreaaion of distorted fraura
even apart frera a hygienic view. Now, loesu;
natural (not artiOcial) eomfurta and pleani
respect aud obey natural simplicities end iostis
S. PuRTk.B kUAW, 1.
Office in V ew Masonic Building. Second rtreA
ClearSrld, Pa, - - fooU'TI
IR. A. M. II1I.I.3
Would aav ta ble netlrnta aai thern
c generally, that, having dissolved psrtnerie"
lib Or. b'haw. he la now doine the cadre v1
of hia office himself, so that patienia need aotfra'
being put under the hands of any etftrropenM
Clearuolil, March in, 1BTJ tr.
J. M. STEWAET, D. D, S.,
Offlca otot Irwin's Prog St-
All dental enereliona. either in the mecliasw
or operative branch, nromptly attended re
satisfaction guaranteed. Special atleatioe f-1
to the treatment of diseases of tha neural tel
guma and mouth. Irregularity of the tests
easfullv onrriwilml. Tm.1 h eslrMCtcd witheetfai1
bv the use of Kther, and artificial teeth ie
ol ine best material aud narraniru 10 rr";.- -
lIIM!TRATOsV! NtlTU I-S"!''
given thut letters of "I"'"";1'
on t he est ate of M A II Y J A Mi I A t 1 1'.-" 1
late of Roll town
unship, Clearfield eounlv. 1 ';
havlue been dulv ararited to the underlie"!"-
persons Indebted to said estate will P1!."
luimediate payment, and Ihoso hsring cls'i"
demands will present there properly auinro"
for oeltlcmchl without delay. ...
FeV II, lS714tpd. Admlnlslral
CIAUTION. All persons are hereliy ess ' i
) ad BCI .st buying or In any way aieJ'"
with lh following property, aow In th' f,
sion of W. W. II... man, of t'arwenaiille, is.
a i.mm n inarea.
Wll I vne two norre wR"". a -- , ,
rel horae. 1 black horse, 1 bay stalliea
horses, 4 pair log sleds, with chains, 4o-.
belong lo us and are In his P"'"'!''.'.
enly.' AIIKUl.b A HART.-U0W'
Curwvnsvllle, Ta., March 1", lWb
fAl.L TAPER at any price, from l
17 cents a oll tt
ui- h;; i in