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GEORGE II. GOODLANDEll,
. . ai'lntn and Mourner". ,
MFDKERDAY MUUN1NO. NOV. IS, Wt.
After tin immonae en.cn flco of mor
al Ami money, Grant linn Ujjnln been
elected lYeaidetil. of the UiiUed Suios.
Tho penitentiary conncl iod with
Die tlorgy to bring about the result.
' Nearly every clergyman la tle city of
New York prencliod an election cr
mon tbo Sunday beibro election duy,
except tbone of the Catholic and Epis
copal persuasion, who alono adhored
totMrancrod vows, In Philitdelpliia
1 the otitlnisiusra took a it other turn.
There, although thousand of Republi
cans remained away from the pulls on
election day, the vote was ran op by
personating tho absentees and by re
peaters who voted ''early and oflon."
If but 5,000 decent citizens hud gono
to the pulls the '-Ring" had it so ar
ranged that the count would have
been all right anyhow. Tho romilt of
an election In that city depends upon
counting rather than voting.
Tho Age, in referring to the reeult,
says : ''In this community, Radical
ism, emboldened by huc'chs and im
punity, will now cast off ull prudence
and decency. But, at least, ono po
lit'cal excuse for the tolerance of
crime and corruption is nuw gono.
It is no longer necessary to wliito
wah and wink at thorn in order to
elect Grant. That aim, to which
many well-meaning persons subordi
nated everything else, is attained at
lust. Now communities must, as they
bent can, piirry the effect of that elec
tion. Soll-proBcrvatioti will now stim
ulate the efforts which parlinunship
"Tho only hnpo for tho redemption of
this State and city lies in tho Demo
cratic parly, reinforced by the true
Liberals and Reformers who have the
public good ut heart. The Radical
polilicul organization is wholly in tho
hands of its most corrupt element.
Tho adrniiiixtrutiot. of justico, the cos
tody of the publio money, all tho
great public offices and trusts arc
given over to men destitute nliko ol
character and principle. To them,
reform is suicide. If this city is not
to bo gutted and pillaged it must be
saved by tho prompt renewal of
.the struggle that failed yosterduy
through transient causes which cannot
continuo, ir decent, civilized socioty
is to continuo among as. Lot every
Democrat do his duly to reiuviiro-
rate and sustain the principles ol
' his party, tho principles that so under
lie the whole structure of tho Ameri
can government thut when tlicy are
filially uprooted, the wholo edefice
must tumble, about our ears. That
day will cot come while any true
American parly maintains tho fight
with unduunlcd spirit, though it sus
tain reverses and meet obstacles over
which it must finally triumph. Abovo
all, let us still adhere to the gioat
Democratic tost for office luid down
. by the irreat Domocruliu President
I'll run as Jefferson. Let us try all
candidates, not by any artificial stand
ard of character or manners or sup
posed availubilily, but by the truo old
test 'Is he honest, is lie capable, Is he
faithful to the Constitution V In
that Democratic doctrino lies the only
security for the people, the only hope
ttotloH In Huln I 1
The Chicago disaster bus bean re
peated, in the city of Boston. A fire
broke out in a large five story granite
building, No. 87-91, on the cornor of
Summer and Kingston streets, at 7:15
i . ML, on Sututduy, the 9th, and oontin
tied to rage until about 2 o'clock on
Sunday afternoon, when tho flumes
were somewhat checked by the blow
ing up of several blocks of buildings
by powder; but the firemen were
compelled to work until 10 o'clock on
Sunday night. Tho fire rngod for
twenty-seven hours, and a high wind
provuiling most "of the lime. The
burnt district extends about three
qnartors of a mile In length and half
tt milo In width, In the midst ol the
business portion of ibo city. Twenty
or thirty lives il is reportod woro lost,
and the destruction of properly is es-
ti mated at tveo hundred millions of Jul.
A Good AanoLg. Rowell's Print
' Gazette, of the 4lh, contained ono
of the bost articles on the "Cost of
Type" we ever read. It is our twelve
year's experience exactly. The type
founders havo literally robbed us
)rintors of about 20 per cent, on
every bill of typo we have purchased
from them for nino years. And yet,
Jike fools, wo havo allowed the rob-
i .. ..
wry 10 continue, without one word of
tiWnt, until the foundry men think
we "don t see It." Rowell is right.
An "Infusion of Scotch or English
typo" Into every printing office would
bring our domestic aristocrats to thoir
senses. Tho ten nnd twenty per cent
thot country printers aro giving to
typo founders just keeps tho founders'
family at a watering place all sum
mer, ensiles thorn to make a tour of
Europe, or both, and keeps our "noso
la the grindstone.". We will publish
the article as soon as we can find room
nnd wo hope all printers will road, and
they must profit by It, unless they
I art an Inlrrftt In typo foundry,
Tht VoH mn Morality Part.
No party in this country has over
assumed to run its frionds on so high
a moral key as tho ono headed by the
Grant, Itutler, Cameron and Evans
families, j V . will therefore apply
only ono test furnished by the ofllccrs
belonging to those families, who con
trol tho l'ollce Poparlmont of, Phila
delphia as well as tho elections.
Tho Mayor of thut godly oily pub
lishes his return of arrests for crimo
mado In that city during October.
Wo will thercforo givo the result in
tho following wards i
w. or annuit. , wn onaxT.
Third ...... M - US
Fourth 10 l.'O
Bill).. Hi ' - -
nevenih.. 211 I.4UJ
Tib : J t,m
hlrrenlh HI . . !?
Nineteenth Ul MOO
Twentieth........ .149 2.H70
Twcntr-ireoudu VA l,.TM
Twcntjr-third.,.. ill . . . 1,0
It will bo observed that in tho wurds
where Grant's majorities are large
the monthly arrests aro equally lurgo,
and the ward in which tho arrests
are few Grant received quite small ma
jorities. , This seems to indicate that
Granlism and Rowdyism run together
io Philadelphia. . ..... .
Ueury U'llion'i Oalh. '
We never wero an artificial Know
Nothing, and .therefore do not know
what kind of oaths the officer of that
pestiferous organization did adminis
ter to its members. But the follow
ing is given as the ono Henry Wilson,
Vice-President elect, look : '
la tilt nreeenee of tho I rut nod overliving do I,
and oa Itu lacred Scripture. Mil holy word, 1 do
declare that I will truly fulfill all niy obligalioua
toward my brethren of tbo Ordor ol know-Xolb-ing.,
and that 1 will keep laored oil the ign,
tukena, rati and degree word, gripe, euiblrmt
aud proceeding io. And 1 further declare and
eult-iuuly iwer lbat will aol knowingly vote fur,
appoint, or elect any perloa of foreign birth or
Kuinan Catholic to any oeVe in the local or gene
ral adminletmlioa of the American Uovermiicnt.
And 1 furthor declare and Iwenr (hat I will ase
all the nieani in bit power to ouunleraot and de
etroy the influence of fureiguere and Roman
Catholic in the administration of the Uovern
meul of the United Klatei, and in any and all
jartl thereof, local and general To all tin, a
re. and voluntary obligation on my part, without
veeervalioa, I pray lh.t I may ever be able to re-
mala true and ateartlaat, eo nelp me Una.
JNow, how Mr. ilenry Wilson, or
any othor man who has any regard
for an oath, can tako tho abovo and
then take another to support the
Constitution of tho United Stales,,
which says that religion shall never
bo made a qualification or test for
office, and get through without per
juring themselves, wo cannot compre
hend. Perhaps some of those patent
Know Nothings who havo gone
through tho mill can toll how it goes
to swear that you trtVi one day and
tho next turn around and swear thut
Constitutional Convention.. This
body assembled st Uurrisburg yester
day, and is of course organized by this
time and ready for business. In what
particular the orjiunic law of tho Slate
will bo changed, no ono is able to con
jecture al this lime. A reform is
needed, all admit, but to what extent,
uud whether in tho executive, legisla
tive or Judicial branches, or all, no
one is prepared to say. The major
portion of tho delegates urc among the
best men in the Slate, and will rtn
doubtcdly bring about bo mo reform in
the legislative branch at least, which
has become nothing but a corrupt
ring (or tho personal aggrandizement
of a set of political buzzurdt, whocaro
no more for the Stulo than tho Devil
docs for a saint. ,..
No Ukpobt. It is officially an
nouneed that Gen. Sherman, the Com
inaiider-in-Chief of our army, will not
furnish an olUuiul roort of the army
this year. Having aponl nino months
of tbo year in Europe exhibiting
Lieut. Fred. Grant to the crowned
heads, he of course knows nothing
about what happeuod at Long Brunch
or anywhere else in this country the
past year. liy does not Gen. Dent
or Gen. Porter fill the vacancy f
A Rimob. Il is announced that
51. S. fuay, of Beaver county, will bo
appointed Secretary of State by Gov
ernor Ilurtranft. If li ko produces
like, then Quay is the man. No more
corrupt politician ranges the Siato.
Inltrtting to Jl'ationat Hankt.
That the excraaivo und illegal rules
charged by nearly all our bunking in
solutions is bunkruplirg our commer
cial interests throughout the country,
is evident on evwy band. The Balii
more Sun says, as tho Into hall' dozen
ot suspended mercantile firms of thai
city come to bo more fully understood,
il is found thut tho aggregate amount
of liabilities exceeds greatly lliu Ural
estimnloa. It is known now lo be
over five millions of dollars. Three id
tho leading houses have gono into vol
untary bunkrtiplcy and trustees were
appointed. Fur two of tho (Iritis the
sumo trusters woro appointed. For
tho third, one of the trustees wit se
lected, (a Mr Brooks), the Hun learns,
for the reason that ho hud experience
in such tiusts, and hud been very sue.
cossful a few yenrs ago, reulizing for
the creditors a very considerable ad- j
dition lo tho assets by claiming and
recovering frm bunkinir institutions
and others, chiefly national bunks, a
lurgo amount that hud been exacted
in excoasivo interest on lonns. Such
claim is set up and made by the re
cent failing firms. Under the Nation
al Currency act tho national hanks
uro privileged lo charge only such rule
d interest as is allowed by the laws
of tho Hi ale or Territory whore lo
cated, nnd 7 por cent, whero no local
ruto has been established by law) and
as 6 per cent, is the rate for Interest
on money fixed by the Constitution
and law of Maryland, every churgo in
vA,--nn ,ii 1.1111b hi ui uourno Illegal.
Tho Philadelphia Ledger, in allud
ing lo this question, also says : It Is
alleged as a fuel that a largo numb, r
of tho national bnnks seldom or novor
discount at tho legal rate, If the cir
cumslunces aro such ns to enable lliin
lo exuel a higher ono. Il is not eur
prising, tl.oreforo, to learn thut in
connection with tho winding np of
uiu moon ot mo inrge mercantile
firms snaponded in Ihnt city, somo or
the leading creditors are looking to
what may bo recovered from nulionul
banks who havo charged cxeessivo
rates of Interest to add to tho assets
of the Ikhisc for llnnl distribution I
llote Crttltv Taktt ait Defeat.
Throughout the Presidential cam
paign, Horace Greeley displayed the
utmost good sonso, and an ability and
jtidgmont as a publio spoaker, that
was romarkabla. . This country has
precious few men In It, who could havo
mude as many addresses as Mr. Gree
ley did with the sume degree of "wis
dom in oach. lie must stand ihlglior
in tho ostimation of nil American!,
whoso opinion is worth having, than
if he had not been a candidato fbr tho
Presidency. All his utterances were
wise, noblo and patriotic. He accepts
defeat with an unrulUud temper, quiet
ly returns lo his position al iho head
of tho Tribune, and is greeted by the
press of tho country, without party
distinction, as confessedly the foremost
editor in America. Under an arlielo
headed, "Crumbs of Comfort," Mr.
Greeley congratulates himself upon
his os capo from the importunities of
onice-noiiicrs, in mo loiiowlng pleas
ant, mnnncr. . . i
There has beon no lime, until now,
within tho lust twelvo years, when
The Tribune wus not supposed to keep,
for the benefit of the idle and Incuptt
bio, n sort of Federal employment
agency, established lo get pluoos antler
government for those who woro indis
posed lo work for their living. Any
man who had ever voted the Republi
can ticket believed that it was tho
duly and the privilego of the editor of
this pnpar lo gel luin a place in the
Custom house. Every red-nosed pol
itician who hud cheated at the caucus
uud fought" t the polls looked to tho
editor u( 7'A Tribune to secure hia ap-
fiointmenl as ganger, or us army chap,
ui n, or as minister to Franco. Every
campaign orator camo upon us after
tho battle was over for a recommen
dation us Secretary of tho Treasury or
the loan of half a dollar. If one of
our party had un interest ponding al
Washington, the editor of The Trib
une was telegraphed in (ramie haste
to como to Iho cupilol, savo this bill,
crush that one, proinotootio projector
slop another. IIo was to bo every
body's friend, with nothing to do but
to tuke euro ol other folks' business,
sign papers, writo letters, and osk
favors for then), and lo get no thanks
for it either. Four fifths of these poo
plo wore sent away without whul they
wanted, only lo become straightway
abusive onemios; it was the worry
of life to try to gratify one demand in
a dozen for the other fifth.
"The man with two wooden legs
congratulated himself that he could
never be troubled with cold feet, it
is a source of profound satisfaction to
us thut offico seekers will keep ulonf
from a defeated cnudidiilo who has
not Influence enough at Washington
or Albany to gel a sweeper appointed
under the Svrgeant-ul-Arms, ore dep.
uly stib-assialunt temporary clerk into
tho pusle pot section of iho folding
room. A l last we shall bo let uloiiu to
mind our own uffairs and mumigo our
own newspuper, without being culled
asido every hour to help lazy people
whom we don't knsw and lo spend
our strength in efforts that only bene
fit people who don't deservo assistance.
At Inst wo shall keep our offleo clour
ol blutherskites and .political beggtirs,
und go about our duily work with iho
satisluclion of knowing ihut not the
most credulous of place-hunlers will
suspect us of having any credit with
Iho appointing powers. That is one
ot the results of Tuesduy's election lor
which wo own ourselves profoundly
The Het ti oFhrointlrtit t !
Within a fuw years pust, says tho
Lycoming Standard, a young Phila-1
delphia luffiun who is a Under of his
cltiss in thut city Hugh Mara by
nume drove up lo a liquor cslublish
ment, quietly walked in and without
a word drew a pistol from his packet
and shot down a Revenue Dulociieo
on business there. The officer linger
ed bulwcen life and death for days but
finally recovered. Mura was appre
hended, convicted, and sent lo the
Poniientiiiry. In a short time Gover
nor Geary pardoned him. What valid
reason could exist for Iho sreedy par
don of the hired assassin (lor such bo
ccrt-iinly was) is solely left to the im
agination, for none was ever given lo
Iho publio or suspected of existence.
Alderman M'Mullun accomplished the
feat of having him pardoned, assisted
by M ma's counsel, YVilllun It. Munn,
iho notorious manager of election
frauds in Philudrlphia.
A fuw months ago, Mura shot Al
dermen McMullen, (or a trivial cause,
tho ball striking tho victim in the
breast, nearly opposite tho heart.
McMullen wns exacted lo dio, but
most surpislngly recovered, though
tho bull wus never found. . Mura was
brottuht to triul a few days ugo, with
hia former counsel ns prosecutor und
U. S. District Attorney Swoopo as his
defender 1 Between tho twoaitornies,
the almost euro was taken lhat no
tell tale evidence wus given. Mura
was convioied ol "assault und buttery
followed by a motion for a now trial,
and will be again pardoned if ever
Ordinarily peoplo could not bnlievo
such a slate ol fai ls. But when they
aro informed that Mara knows secrets
thut would bo terribly damaging to
influential politicians in Philadelphia
and else hero, especially to tho per
onugos concerned principally in por
petruliug government frauds at elec
tions to cover these, then tho whole
subject is explained !
No Kpkcib Payment. Th Phila
delphia vyrr understands that the
V S. Mint ut thut city is now cm
ployed in melting t.p ono million ono
dollar piece, for tho purpoao ol con
verting the product into pieces of
lurgo denominations, principally into
double cuL'Ici. It ja reported that
twenty millions of these smallest gold
coins aro to bo melted up. This is an
indication most unfavorable In a ro.
turn to coin circulation. Tho double
oaglcs to bo mudo aro to be used as
counters for the exchange of large
asms between bankers und bullion
dealers They would scurcely at nil
enter into circulation, oven if paper
was at par with coin. The movement
nt I l.o Mini ia ono directly away from
a rcsmplion of specie impetus u
Wr.M, Pit A rot em pa ry thus
takes the government down : i'hanKa
givingjiroclamstions, now. a days, uro ,
like a resolution of Congress, of which
aomclxKly said: "It lias a slump
speech in its belly." General (ram.
just after the Pennsylvania election,
canea on us to to ihnnklnl lor tho
civil liberty that wo enjoy j and now
(iunry tells us that wo should bo "es
pecially thankful Unit equal and ex
act justice is vouchsafed to all." To
this proclamation is signed tho same
name thut figures on tho pardon of
Mura, aut numerous other scoundrels
who have csmiiod "eousl and exact
jtistlco" by the corrupt exercise of lbs
Prdoniig power by Gpycrnpr John j
' ' Death of Central Jlttattt. '
The many frionds of Major Gonoral
Gooruo Gordon Moude will be Dsined
to hear of his death, which took plate
at his residence in Philadelphia on the
tun mat. iroin pneumonia. General
Muude was a Mujor General In the
Uuiied Slates army. Uo was born at
Cudix, Spain, in 1810, graduated at
West Point July 1, 18U3 i entered the
regular urtny es second lieutenant of
the third armiory; served in the
Florida war nguinst the Seminole In
dians in 1SU5-U ; resigned his commis
sion in October, 18MU, nnd lived in ro
lirement for six years. 1. wa9 ar)
pointed second lieutenant of lopngiuph
icol engineers May 1U, 18 12, and in lhat
capacity sorvod in the Mexican war,
during winch lie distinguished himscll
at the battles of Palo Alto and Mon-
tory, and afler passing through tho
intermediate grades nltulned Iho rank
of major in Juno, 1852, and that of
Brigadier General of volunteers in
August, 1808. General Meade took
part in the battle of Mechnnicavillo,
June 20 1 ol LiamoB Mills, June 2":
fuw duy s after which he was wounded,
but nut dungerously: of Anlielam,
Scpieinbcr 17, in which ho was iigalu
slightly wounded aud had two horses
killed under dim; and or Fredericks
burg, In Jteooinber, 1802, when' the
Union fircos under Gonoral Burnsidu,
wero tleleated Willi, mucb sluuidiier.
Two days after this disastrous repulse
ho superseded General BulteruVId In
the command o( the fifth army toriiN;
ha was appointed Cominui.der-in C'liiel'
ol the nrmy of tho I'otomuo June 2H,
1803, and July 1-8, 1KU3, fought tho
buttle ot Gettysburg, tor which, on
Junuary 2, 1N0U, ho received tho
thanks of Congress. On July 8, 1808,
he was raised to tho rank of Brigadier
Goncrul in the regular army, lie
took Dart in tho eniuieinunt at It ri
low Stution, October 14, 1G3, and
many less important conflicts of the
same year, including tho operations at
Mino Jain, -November 20 to Decern.
ber 8. . During the Richmond cam
paign, as commander of Iho army of
the Potomac, ho signally distinguished
himself, Inking a prnmfnc nt pari in th
battles of the Wilderness, May 6-0;
Spottsylvania, May 8-20; North Anno,
.viuy za-zu ; cold Harbor, May ill uud
Juno 1 ; and the assault on Petersburg,
Juno 10-18. On August 19 ISlH, he
wus made, Jlajor tieneral in the rcu..
lur army, and in July, the following
year he wus assigned lo the command
of the military division of the Allan-
liu, and in 1801 to that of the Kust,
with heudquarlors al Philadelphia
tioncrnl jUeutlo Itus been a member el
the historical society of Pennsylvania
sinco 1805. The decree o( 1.L 1).
was conferred upon him by Hun ford
College, Massachusetts, in 10G5.-4-Tho
announcement of his death will
cause sincere regret thiotighout iho
The i'htloxopher - m the
Mr. Greeley promptly returns lo ihe
pluco winch ho temporally abandoned
as editor-in-chief of tho Tribune; nnd
in a card announces tho welcome fuel
lo his many readers.
"A Card Tho undersigned resumes
the editorship or tho tribune, which
lie relinquished on embarking in an
other line of business six months ago.
As heretofore, il shall be hia endeavor
to make this a thoroughly iiidepoisi
ent journal, treating ull parties aid
political movements with judicial fair
ness and candor, but courting the favor
aim uriirvi-aiinj me wriia ui orio,
"If lie can hereafter suy anything
that will tend to heartily unite the
wholo American peoplo on the broad
platform of universal amnesty and
impartial sutfrugo he will gladly do so.
For the present, however, ha can best
command Ihut consummation ty si
lencu and forbearance. The victors
in our lute struggle can hardly li il to
tuko Iho whole subject of SonlWrn
rights and wrongs into early and earn
est consideration, and to them for the
present ha remits it. Since he will
never again bo a cundidule for any
othVo, ami is not in full nt-enrd kith
either of the urcut parlies winch have
hitherto dividod the country, ho will
bo able and will endeavor ' give a
widor and steadier regard lo :io pro
gress of science, industry ant! the use
lul arts than n partixun journal con
do, and ho will not bo provok d to in
dulgence in those bitter per jialities
w hich aro the recognized banf jour
".Sustained by a generous pi
will do his besl lo make the 'li
pi lic, he
'li ibune a
power In the broader field it ift con
templates, as when human riccdom
was in peril, il wits in the itcna of
IJoHAI F. GRltl.F.r
Now ork, Nov. (I, 1872
Tiir. Black List. The
says sharply: 'I'llO Came nil
p.tpeis are publishing a ' bluet
Republicans in Pennsylvania. 4ho are
to bo forever excluded from tic pure
folds of tho "party." Anm.ir the
names nru tho billowing ; A.I. Cur
tin, A. K. McCluro, K. Joy 'Morris.
F.li Slircr, T. M. Marshall, J. lj Moor
bond, Galusghn A. Grow, Titian J.
Coffey, Esais Billinglelt, Job I Hick
man, und many others, itriciiiled
ilh all that is honorable anil note,
worthy in '.bo history ol tho Republi
can put ty In thu'. Stalo. It iatt sorry
day (or Pennsylvania when she tan
afford to throw over such men as
these for V'erkes, llarlrunli and Cam
eron. Look ul the two lists and tin
how admirably tho first rf preset Is
truo Republicanism, while the scco
none tho less poifvctly represoi
Asking Too Mien or Grant. Ti
Now York Herald insists upon it tl .it
Grunt ahull no do something to aim
Unit ho is Ut to be ('resident. It
wants him to make a complete elrir
in his cabinet, and to inaugurate v
merous reforms which uro imperial
ly deninnded by the heal interests
tho country. It says "he should n
turn ut Something higher limn il
r inn policy ol pcueo with foroiin
nations at uny price, and at suniV
tiling better than Mr. lloutwell's giinie
of bin IT n iih the gamblers of Widl
street." Wo think iho Herald is nuk
ing entirely too much of Grunt. Why
lax him thus Wnv not lei him li
ter on for the four vcurs In mm an
he lias done through the four which
are fast passing away 1 Why Inter
rupt tho eternal puffing of his endless
1.1 lilMtio. Those two slrumpels,
Victoria, Wnodhull and Tentoe 0.
Clnllin. In New York, rosuscltatrd
their Weekly a fow dnys ago. It eon
liiined matter so indecent and scand
alous as to necessitate its suppression
and Iho arrest of theso two disciples
of free lovuism. They now occupy
cells in Ludlow street jail and over-hane-ing
thoir heads aro Sfvnrnl lihsl
OUSR AND LOT FOR SALE I
The House sad l.nl os the aurner of Mar
ket and Fifth atreela, ClearSald, I'a., It for aale.
Tba lot eoaiala nearly an aero of greasd. The
aouae I a large double fraiaa, enalalnlaf alee
roocna. ror teruia and other information apply
le the lubeortber, al the I'ott OBoe.
soelS , f. A. flAI'l.lN.
ft AUTION A II uereoai are hereby eaullnned
J aitainit purchasing or la any nay BMddllaf
witu two two-year old heirere, len in lua poe
ion of Andrew Holt, of 'er;ueus lowavblp, aa
the law belung to me, and are left with bits lub-
jecl to aty orders.
novll-Ii i - JOHN T. BTKAW.
L. KIRK, SON k CO.,
iWIIOl.FJsAI.Il CiRt)tliU, .
Ko. 131) North Third Hlreet, corner of Cherry,
Mere la Hon and off.ir for lata at the luael
market price, anil vo tho moat reaauaablo Irrm,
a large and well eeleoted atuok of lirwerie. Teas,
Spinel, Pieh, Cbecee, Ae, selected la thla, New
lurk aad liallluiore market, te which atleatioa
of eouatry draleri II particularly returned,
-I r USJIIUK. The aaderilrned will Ml at
V Public Sale, al hi reiidonce oa the farm of
Jolia A. Head, la Lawrenee townthlp, on TUES
DAY, November IV, IS7J. Ibe following perioaal
properly, to wilt One learn of young horse, cow,
loer, heifer, t fat hngi. lwo bora wagon, timber
tied, long llrd, iteigh aad ro'ic, eel llngte bar.
nei, nt double barneai, hay by the Ion, ournfod
der by lb load, tuS huahela corn, buckwheat and
Calotl by tbo buahel, scape of beel and the
hnlitr, plow, barrow, cultlralore. cable
chala, hatt ehaiua, lingletreua, uew eaddle sad
bridle, rake and fork, fraia eradle, Ac. Vale
ta ooiniuence at I o'olock, p. m., wbra the term,
waica win be littoral, will be mule known.
not I a J, u. HOWLKB
WISH ART'S PINE TREE
.VATl'RE'S ORKAT REMEUV FOR THE
Throat mid Tiiii.
It II gtaufvlng to a to Inform lb public thai
Dr. L. Q. C. Willi. rf Tine Tree Tar C.rdial, for
Throat aad Lung lliacaat-, has gained aa carta.
blc reputatloa from the Atlantic to the Pacific
emit, and from thence la eome of Ibe (rat fauil
Ilea of Europe, sot through the pine alone, but
by perreaa Ihranghoat the Sialre actually bene,
sued aad cared at fal office. Wbile he publlahea
lee, ec ny eur r porter, he II unable lo "pp'j
Ibe demand. Il aiaa aud hulda lie reputation
Pirat. Not by Hopping cough, but by looaea
lag and aiilallng nature to throw off Ibe un
healthy mailer collet led about the Ihroal aad
beonebial tab, tfiieA eiiate frrVraliea,
SMuad. It removea Ibe caac of irritatloa
(which produce cough) of the muceao memln-ane
and bronchial lalieKaeiti Ihe luag to act and
threw elf lb unhealthy accretion, and perifie
Third. Il il free from maiHl, lobelia, Ipecac
and opiam, ef which moal throat and lung rema
die arc composed wbuih allay cough only, and
diaorgaaiae the elomach. It baa a soothing effect
oa th itomaeh, aot aa lb liter aad kidueya,
aad lymphatic aad aervoue regieaa, tbua reaching
lo every part of Ibe ytrm, aad ia it lavigor
aliag aad purifying affecta It baa gaiaed a repa
tatioa which il muat hold above all otben ia Ihe
THE I'ISK TKEU TAB CORDIAI,
OnEAT AMERICAN DYSl'KI'tilA P1I.LS",
AND MOIIM KUliAR DltOPj
Deiag andrr aiy Immrdiaic direciioa, they aball
aot loaa iheir curailv qualitie by tba aac of
ebeep and iwpara arliclee. ;
UE.VRY R. WIII ART,
FREE OF CHARGE.
Dr. I- Q. C. Wi.hart' Offl,-c Parlon arc open
oa Mondavi, Tuosdaya aad Wedaridayi from t
A. N. to P. M for cuiKuliatlon by Dr. ti n. T.
Mngre. With him are aaaoeieicd two cnnrnlting
phyaiciaui of arkaowlcdged ability. Tbiaoppor
tunily I not alien d by any other Inatltution ia
All letter mat be addrcaard to
L. q C. WISH ART, MD,
Nit. 3J SOIITII KEIOII) HTIIl.l.T.
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER,
8fn.I nrM t, xl dvor lo Flnt Nitunl bank.
VlMIMTHAToH'rt NU.r,-In poriu-
no of id order of Ihi Orphri' Cuuii of
tutstrflvlil etiniT, tiie urtivrinnri, iulniintirtir
of lb taiftte of Vm. Luionrfuc, dwcnpnl, will snll
nblic Mr, tt (Jsiri IIacj-ii. Iu I IM riff III,
Vl KSIAY, Novcmlwr I'.'ih, lM;i, 1 o'ctnrk
p. nt., ihf following fipwrihci rti eiin(r,l iitucte
tit UofKS ttmBihifi. t lot rile J a eonnly, twjpn
niiiff t Hon cornor lo lino of Jaimft Wilvonorsin,
III euro by Uml of A. Vmm' t at f, It f rcrl
couriw and Htlaotrta, 178 4 -I wrcb, thrnn
hy laoai uf Julio t'oolirr HI nnrrbcf ; Ibrnco bj
Uoii of I. A da tn Ull wrehi to (wtwptttoi Ilionpc
rait by pike 7J prrrbra; tbnfl wrul hy lanrl of
Mra. ((- 6 8 10 tirrrhra; thenm rait ty Mrr.
CrM I ft 10 prrt'ora) thrno aorth fta avvral
oonrart and ili.anri br land tf Mra. Oom HI J-10
p'trbea to toiioa in lino of Jamro W UMMiori.ft
Ibroi by tarn 0 4 U poroboa to plaM of begin
nlng, ccitlaininn 40 aerta and 90 pervbi and al
tawnutMi, tod having about 16 aerra alrarrd, a
frame hnuar, fiainoharn aod largrbraring orchard
Irrhiop B.u.fl.Oirt-lhird la tiaml, 1m Un
In twn rqinil aiiDoal payment, with tnlereft.lo bf
icfltirfd by bond and mnrtjrnga na tha prrmla,
novo It A. C. TAT K, Administrator.
STR A V i;i. From tha raildonoa of It un
dtraifned. oa I'ppar Mr)t'tn Hun, In Woot
ward townitii, . IJitphur loth, a ainall ow,
I It rar year! old, of a pitta rod aolnr, lha awltch ol
tin? tnil while and the hind kga while up to iho
hnpm, with apitta of red In Ihe whit, and tome
while alurut Ik uddr. U r hnrai are iniail and
tamed up, and ho hai a hell nn her aeolt. hhe
la anppnatd to have gone towarda Oieoiila. Tho
Ondtr will oonfer a grpai favor on tho owner hj
Informliij him of her whereithouta.
oei.10 It H ARKhN K. PAKSMtiRR.
Va:T" V AHTi;lMiWi ftnarai.tM
employment fr all, either era, at f i a dav,
or 2,fl00 or nrnte a year. New wnrki hj Mr. H.
B. 8TUWIS, and othera, 8uprb Pn-miuraa fivon
away, Mont y made rapidly and eiuily at word
for ai. Write and are. rarifeular freo.
WURT1I1NUTON, blVriN A Co..
p!6(Oio Uartrord, Cfnnectleul.
CU'TItJN. All peraoniara barahy warned
fain at diieonnlin or trading fnr a certain
pnimUanry milo tfrvu by mo to Pler Mirra,Hate.d
Oetotrer 9tb, 1473 Itajabla ia tnonlha afor
dnt, ailing for one hundred and fifty tfnllaia, aa
I havo never received ralua for tho eaioo and am
detcrai.Qod not Vo par it anleaa ontnpellod nv law
IIHT OV PETIT JHHORH MiAn'N FOR
J November Term. A. D. I7i, (2d M und ay.)
Wb. IIo1loo...Beoearlatf. Tale.u...,.,.u6uihca
B. W.lll.mi Bradlurd,
Win. Uoover.H " ,
F, Arnold ,.Brady
Uan'l K Utiel "
W.T. Hamilton,'. "
L. Klllian. Cheat
K. B. t'leiaon "
J. T. Lennard...t'learf'ld
W. W. Italia... "
II. 11. Thouipion...Cur'lle
D. A. HurkettecUetiatur
J. A. Marty....,,,
J. P. Bloonk.......(lulioh
11, Dpauhnun ,,,
Illram firaar., Jordan
J. R. Johnfton., 41
J 0,lhl. nd K or haul
A. Humphrey.. Lawrcnoo
Al. M. iiruwu,.
W, H pack man
Henry Hoover.,.. Morria
A. P. llloon Pike
J. P. Ki(terM M,
THIRD wil l.
W. 0 DiaJwyBeaoarlaiKd. Cooper-.., ClearteU
J Cooper..,.,.,. . " .11. W. JVIi...
(V Dyer....,.... '!. ftoeo,.,vM...Dioator
Wm. Lord J.H. WilhanHPeruanD
Uro. CauflinNO.. Bell J. h. Ward Urubain
A.Jl. Cr"ia docdiIT. II. Joreee M
I). W. Maiuea..Bradford W. II. Huvt....IIu.ton
J. Woolridge... " H. Cononay.M....
A. Ut'ftrbart..,. " jK. Oaeua Lawruo
J. W. Lankbart.1irady Jot. Wataoo... "
P. Holiday I A. Mover, Jr Murrla
J. C. Barrett J. Beam
J. Hunworvtll..HHrnaldiJ. M. Hillon...... ' "
J. B. UormooUCovlng n A. Hfe....,,.M..0rffc.la
it, n. ruiit'rion.,t;ienr (a r, Lfaiu v ...,rena
H. a. t-baw ' IThctnaa Wall
Jnu. Oulicb iJiio. TVuiilap iko
J. JLk. Uavy.,.. r. JJrwokbanb.,,..,! mon
rpitlAL l.WT FOR NOVEMBER TCKM A,
J. 1. I7J.
ECO.'.P WKCX. -
.' vi Pnyder A Hyjne.
ft Koydr A Brnv.
,, va Mooabarger. .
',. va Miebatdt. t
a, va lit N. Bank. ,
, va H .bkion.
, M u-ombcr.
, a P f inure.
i ri Junef.
va Mt Mullen.
ta t lli-au.
re Brcoai mao.
Con nee 1
tialr ,... ...
M ' k
Turnpike Co.,.. ,
Ctioiaway et al...b
t kin navr.
ta On. bam.
t a Coriey.
re Albert Bn
Tlie aa lerilgieei woalj reif ectfully give no
tier lo lleoeltiieai of Rsearta t'twnibip an I i jr
roanding eouotry, that be )tx purjLaied tba
Rcccaria Tlonring Milla and j ot everything la
m up Me order, and li aianufeeittrlng a dr.t-claef
qoatliy of Flour.
CUSTOM WOIMv DONE,
Floor ia quantity eonilant.'y oa hand roi'iaTe.
chop, cons meal, bran, ic, ta.
alwaya oa bead aad for fale wboltiale or retail.
o-O" 1 Will e
I eielianre Klonr and (.'Imp fnr 21.
a .-hiaele. or will par part rannee, il areiieil,
I0:J. if EinNAtlAS A KM TRuNll.
DC AI.BR IS
SQUARE T HIRER & LIMBER,
Ilea juat upeneit.nl the KKTSTONE BTOliK, a
auaiuleto llocn of
,v e ic noons,
of rrj vleacriptioa.
niXITS AND RIIOF.S,
IX GRIIAT VAHIETY.
ALWAYS Off II A KD A XV FOK
HALE AT A SMALL AL-YAXCF.
Iteeelvad by tb r 't4, Kittl at a I mail
A "p p'y of HOPE oonitantly oa band,
special IndiTtenenti offered to (hole getting out
Hifuare Tinter and I.ogr, al na deal largely
ta Luatbortuaa'a 8uppliea, and art pre
pared at all timii to purehoao ttai
ber aad luaibcr. '
Ml), n. (SRAII AM,
CLEAIi FIELD, I'A.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS I
"wholesale and ketail,
Al Iko'ew T"bc aad C ifax Stura of
n. ii. si i. iir,
Drtween Hliaw Hiae A Memioa llnie,Clearllelil.
Ciinatantl na bnJ a On, aaortnral of Nrv,
Cnnfre, Cvendlh, fehle. Panroll,
Mlrhlgaa and rentnrjr Fine-eat
CU.nlni Tol aoeo, Ac.
Alio, a )t, and ell electel tcli of Imporlrd
and IontlcCi(ar, Hmuking Tobacco,
Heeraohaual aad Hriar Plpel,
TijiC flgtarel, Toliacoo
Boaci, Clitar Hvlder. and everYtkln( (eacrallv
foaad in aretl regalated Cigar and
jMr-Rremher the vjlacei Market lret, K.
tweea Shw llua, and Mamiun lloaae, r1".'
(eld, Pi. pd tolan.a TI
1IIR ftBMOOIlATIO ALMANAC for IM
and tana rr lata at Ik. Pen cor.
nti. Mailt! to tnj ar"f
Jirugs ana rdidnr.
rj ii is
LATIilT NOVEI I
HARTSWICK L IRWIN'S
To their new bnildlnff on Fecond Street, nearlv
. ojjpoille II,, itore of Weaver A Belt,
Where they will eoatlaae to auppty lltelr old aad
aa mmj umm oucionera ai may eoine with
(Inelading all acw rvnedlea,)
Patent Medieinea, Patnta aad 0i!i, Olaai and
Putty, Hrhottl Btvika. 8iiionery, Paper,
Ao4 alio, a full line of Irug
1 , glata' Huadriri, JJair
" ' Tuoiea,
Coimrtioa, Perfumeriei, Toilet Artielae, Bmihri,
Toilet 5oap. Pucket D.ki, le . all of
tbe bait qnatltj,
TURE WISES AXD LIQUORS,
for medical A aaerauie nta! parpoaea only,
Pure White Lead. Color rf all Und. Raw and
lloilid Lini-red Oil. Vamiihea, Tarpea-
tine, Cool Oil, paint A Varniih
Ki tract I,
Confcet'onertei, Plrd Peed, Ppiee, grown d and
angroand. of all kindi.
SMOKERS AND CIIEWEHS
Will find nor atock of Cbewlnr
and Smnkine; Tnhaeeo, Imported and De
meitie Cljrari. fnoff and I'ioe cot to bo of tbe
rery bet bran la In the market.
LAMPS ANI CHIMXKT3,
All kinda of OLA PS WARK,
and Mmieal Triiarainga of arery tarlcty.
Ilaviog a long experience In the bakinei'i, and
an e it-hft re and well aoleeted stock of m'lieinee,
we are enabled le fill pbyaieiana' preaeriplioii at
the ah'irieft notice and on tbe mut rwacmnbie
tenna. day and nijht,
1IARTWr('lt A lllWIJf.'
Clearfield, Pa., May SI, 1871 tf.
P. T. I.
"For thy Stomacli'a Sako and thine
other Infirmities, "-St. Panl.
WEST BRANCH BITTERS.
AMfe, aare, ilcaanl aad lieullb-fririoy, Tunlc
Irlctlr rejrclalilc. and aianaraetnred from
Itie moal Jiure and choice malrriala nut a eiilrit
drink air ,n!tiUil. fur vhikr, Itut a eoienlilio
cnninnund, fur tho nrotretioa of tlie iv.trm and
the cure of dieraee, amde from eheinw-allv pure
aplrll. entirelv free frorn ftaail oil or ottu-r Inila-
linc prniertiea. and will aot di.agree or offend the
onont delionte if mach. A long private evperi
cooe haa altoalud il
Superiority over all Ordinary Remedies.
No flitter al prrecnt offered to ihe public
oonlain lo atah aterlleinal virtue, and y rt ao rafr
and pli-aaant to take. It uee ia to rare diarec.
and It aill not create aa appetite fur cjilriiuau.
liqmrr, hot wi'.! care the rffi-ot of ili,lpi..n.
To inereaao the Appetite,
To promote !' itin.
To imro I'yipei,
To cure fever anl Ague,
To euro HitJiytpiiiF,
To iflire Cenrtipai.anv
To en re Chronic Diarrhma.
To ewe ll-wrvturni
To euro Flatolenej,
To earn Acid Eraotatlaaa,
To core Neirom Dehltlty, "
To cure nydchori.iria,
I SK IT.
I" SB IT.
To cure 9allunrneaa of Complexion, l'R IT.
To cure Pfmplri and Hlotehca,' C?R IT.
Por 0 en era! Proitratlun of tbo
Divntcal powert, ISE IT,
aud It will cure you.
Bold orerywhero. at I.M per uoUle, Mana-
fact a red eieluiitely by
Af I. SUA
W1h offeri liberal indiietinenti to the trade.
OoU 27. ISrtV tf.
puorosALs for .stable.
To lluililrrs and Mechanics.
CutoiMnxiKBa' (Irru a,
CLaaariPtn, Pa.. Ool. SI, 1871, (
fealtMl prpoaali writ be reoeivi-d at ibia office
on hi Pilday. tha laib da of November neat, lur
Ihe erwhoo and aumplelioa of a aubla im tha
aew priana Inf.
ftida aan he handed ta at any tluio. Plana and
peetitcitions oan bo aoen at thia offtoe,
Pmporala for tbe entire work only will ba eoa
lid on d. i
F. W. CnrTRTRT,
U. B. aoopi.AHri, - J, D. TIIOMfHON,
H) BL KSMITI1SI
fh anlrreianed alfern f"V aale. In Ihe hneoneh
of Cltarfleld, a Hlrkmiih Fhop, on Hecund alriwi,
rntainlng Ihr. tOrgo and lwi full a.la f ina.a.
A ttrat claee buaiai'ta. An .xaulleut oh inc. 101 a
g'.od aiwlianit. . Apply I"
Ural Estate (or Jatr. '
OUSK AND LOT FOH balT
, Ti e un lor-igned ofdii for ..l u., '
tnrv frntiiH riwrllinti Itt.uu iml I... . .
JiHirlli ir.el, la UleaiBrU, Pa. lb. i... . .
oitaa tern li.ry frame dll, . iT"
Ik n'lin, Ida'ia feel, an I a on J"
ea atlechad, w i It. a irud ae:l of ,i,r
rorurui ol ale call ou Ji.o. U. lullurj t
r the und .ralaned. ' l.
. .J.0ilKLlL 8TJV EXBOX.
Hocsk an'i lot tor s7.
The nn.l-r.lejied nffrr hia llouaeanii
for vale. tluuli'.l on Lueal alre.1. lMierehe
and Fifth r.mtt. In ihe l.oroo..H or n...?".'
Tbo b.il.'il, la a lero 't-rv "I. ' ,,l.k ,
honar. II ilin4ie l, l....IU itiill,n.ill!!
outiioll.'liv.. and the M i. in a ,oi tts7
tivalieii, i'vt It-ris und eoad u, i.,,i,,
addr..a 11 1. I y mi:;.Vu "
"i-" ,, Cliaill.lj,
The aaderalgned offer! at prirata aalc tb, ti
lowing roal date i
A l ot of f.ronud. aliaata ia the villa,, J
.. ..hi Kl iu.aini), cuniaiDina; one ti
half acri'a. and having, a large lao etory fion,
and ond rlal.le creeled thereon. Thianroivi,
i. .ullal.l. r,.r llnl.l ... lllli... r "
AI.8, A Farm, of 46 aerra, adl..laiar iu
'""''At oavuill over J aor. euM
and nndtr ealliv.liiin, eeitb a (od ug ho.Ku
oeru biiu winn, orenira 01 eoulce fruit tbn
A Vi la uf eicellcnt c-al nnderlie the tract,
Al.fO, IOO Acrca or I and. on il, in
In t'heel to.nahip, wilbin two ai.d a half aik,,
C'h".l t'reek. It I well timbered allh fln,,oJ
' iniova, ... BD'ieriam wirn coal,
Tartlri wiahlna aac further Informaliea
call ua lire. Margarer Anfa, at Nrwhurr.nnt
n 11.1.1 a .vi ti L hKR,
octKtf ClrarBild, Ii
"Luy duu n llie Sl.ovt-1 and the II
UlCKMAS'S C0R PUSTEl
Tbil IntTBiooi maebine, for wlijb a piOfitt
jnt he a if'ued, it ii confidently b liereti 0,11
rerttde all oiterr in ore or ottered to I hi
1 la copfliuutrd iv tbaf it furtowei, i-lnnt u
ef al a liute, at count difeneaipit. UiLtt,
dr'i.pnr wur, fire or aix tmn in ea-h kill
Ihe noikir mr determine be Jure eflmnt&ttt.
eovenn tbe ern niien dntppt'd, ainuoiti,i dtt
iti on lurruw ana 11 a ing iuc frnuaa ia betti'
cun-iiduo 1041. ntiwre puniihtr.
It If In lf a C'Uip'tXi, i if W'trkt'tty mtl
reqo.rin j au birr ryitance and doing tbt nn
Metier and i' (freeter refculariiy anil prm,.
1 una ri .vhu )tipiij uuni; vj uhuu, ti
tb in utlv.Uulb tbe laboe.
Arty bo ty tbat oaa drire, whb tliie Planter eat
fo in a beld prepared tut firn anl turroe,.r
nJ covtr ta tu til fee n acree daily, ifscipinti
brine limited only ly ibe distance a tenia en 1
atea-lily driven. It ia ro eon. (meted tan wt
aot planting or in turning at the end uf tbt f
n, by a mere touch It ia railed off tbr prrom
thrown out ui (far aad mored backward
ward, where you may want It, without droif
me flnrn or (.uu-oinej e earin.
Practieally it iit nroa men. hoet and nluet
eora pleating, and tuak.i that abich kuktrot-
Ittre iim ban! Ianr a mere pur time lur a w
aruut healthy exeruive fur a Uiy man.
Inauvction of the IMantcr enn-troated hi
pat cnlee eordia)) aolictted, aad eountr, Siit
ln tirittual riph'i fur ule.at low rate, to etpiib
Ad lnta HKL DKN IlACKMAX, Paietiiw.
ao'i-i-am Clearlela, Pi
1,1 I hare added to my exienrHa reriitf
LA M t'P and TA1H.K U I.AriSW A II K.
Motto Cupa and tSaaoera. Motto lluri. u
TJ Tea Set la. In great rariety. AIo, Vatetik
Itiny Ti'lkt Ktt ol the tiamUouieit dmgu
1 he g Foda I here iraprtei direct!; fra I;
r'pe. and w prlcea are aa low aa an? Itni
can evil the umut joodi in either f hie eur r 5ft
rk A.J. U kill taVel,
No. toiitb Second aad 2V tStraiem
X. Fl.-Mv atoek of Til A.NDKUEUS.fiVfa.
ly a.lap d to rburL'hoa. ia rery liue. B'-ki
drowmca, hn inf tbo deaiffti of eat h ct,iffJt;
and bracket, will be ernt on reqoeel. oe;3a
EVfELSlOa FIR EM MRU
tilt AHIH T,
Middle of Ihe bl.ri.ie
Ilh It Elh 11.. Soalb SA
lupoarca axa aarrw.
roa i.anna' a cmLMti
.J r Wholeaaleand Iteal
lla inj itnpnrted a very larfe and tplea-tHi u
fonnient of all tbe different kinda ol Fl KSfnt
Urat lianda in K(irie, wmiid re pec Call?
the readera of thte pjyr to call and ei;wt
avaonineot ot raoey rura. 1 am deieranate
aell at tbe lowent '.aib pneea. All Fare eirru:
ed Kn nitrpreiarnUii;r to eft.-ol t.
FritS AMH11KU ASJ KKl'AlKtU.
y?ffU-member the atom, 718 ArciveSt. Pkilai
Oetolr XU, isTi.-Vin
I Tl;e Wrtodr e.ntet Helween Pmnee ni Tw
I le at nn end fr li e preaent. an far a thr tw
Ivnttfr or mn aetl toe liitrnetion or prnrrn
eoneerned. Tlie KhvrI JurfX-em nn Hnabi r
them-elvei nrt-l rfjii',e orrr Ihe rerall, het't
j ineisnifitieut la their wnrk when mmparei
L. M. COUDRIET,
who baa aiidrrtnkea to iaiplr all the cl'ii'V
I the lower end of theeownty wilb fo4l aniriar
1 at pxptline l' W rutea mini hti mnnttnli
i Mri.StNrrnt;. where be can alwavieefW
n-a-ly to Wait upon fallen and eupplr taeo
Cry (iotids of nil kinds
So?h aa Clulln, Pntinett. Caafmerea, Mui"
lielainea, l.inea, jrittiiiK, Caliroea,
Triinminfta. Kiblnina. Lace,
Iteady ma te Clothing. Rooia and Shei. ll.t'"
Cap" all vf Ihe heat m iterial nnd made toaree
lloee, eiK'its tllovee, 11 i Mr nit, Lacei, Itiblwwi
GHOCKRIKR OF ALL K'NPS.
Coffee. Tra. Pnfnr. Rire. Mo I a Me. Fiab.
Pork, Linseed Oil, Fih Oil, C-U(b Oil
Hardware, Qncenaware, Tinware, Cantirtjt. rV
and flow CaMinffa, Jjfnile, Hpikea. rm ''''"
ton, Cider Praaoao.Mi atorta of AIM.
Perfumery, Palnta, VeroUh, (llaf, acdr
amortment of Stationery,
OOO D FLOUR,
Of different brands, alwayi on hard, anf',
ald at the lowrat ponlhle niraaV
l.lQrORR, aneh ai H randy, W ine, Oia,
Jiiync'a Meilicinea, lloatetier'i aal
5006 pnnnd of Woql fanted ftir
hifheit prlee will he paid. Cloreraeed aa
and lor aa.e at la lowest aiarkei price-
Alio, ktvr.t Tor PlrattoBtille and Carwitr
Call and ene tnr enuraolres.
everything nanally kept ia a relalt llor.
Frenehellle P. 0., March J.IHI..
M VUBLK" AM) ' STOU V KD
Mr i. S. S. LIDDKLL.
Having engaged la tha MarUe hclee".-"
to inform her Mend and ihe poMiv '"
now aad will keep eonalnmly on hn.ll,
well Kleeted at.wkor ITALIAN AND
11 and il prepay to fnraiak
BOX AND CRADLE T0MI
Carh aad Poell for Cemetery U"". "
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