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Methodist n,lf npal Cliurrli .Her. A. I.
Torni, l'Mtor. rahllo Berr let etery Sabbath
t iot a. m.i a il r.a.
Sabbath Hobuol .1 A. M.
PrTr Meeting eeerj Thoride.T, t 71 P. M.
Cuniwuuion Korrlce, Orat Babbath of erery
taontb, at ll A. II.
Ml. Andrew'! Church F.plefnpal Iter.
Otmn llatl.. I'nldlo Berrloe Bandar mnrlllns;
at It o'clock. and at 7 P. M. Sunday Srhoolat
j V. M. Vnyu Meeting Vednosdn. .renin
t T o'eloek.
Prebyterlll Churrh lln. II. 8. Dm..
Sabbath services morning nnd ereuinir Bnb
oath School at J P. M. l're) or Meeting Wednes
HI. Krucln Ohairli C'alhollr Iter. P.
T. giemntx. Man at 10 o'clock A. M., on tho
teooad and fourth Sundays of each month.
Lutheran Church. Her. A. J. IIahtsooc
fresrhint erery Sabbath, morning and evening,
sblioth Pohool at a. m. rrayer laeetlaf erery
Wtdnetdey evening. .
Tho body of Tliomsa Weston, who
ei drowned In Trout Run lait Monday two ttoskt
ago, hat lot born found Tot.
ASOTIIEU ItAILttOAD. TIlO PuilXSU
tanaey Areas tati that It ti no poslltrely niod
jihat they art to have railroad, and tho work will
ovmaunt Just ai toon as tho locatioa It fixtd;
... Oa Hand. Wo nolioe by our ex-
Saaaaget that boarlj all our neighboring ooantiet
hart) been taiedUd with the chesp Jestelry, UnU
susnt, Map and raior powder humbugs. These
fcllowi generally appoar about the time tht ground
hog Biaket hit mead advent. They iliuuld ha
givtn a wido berth ihirm the; appear. Tbsy
art all hauhugt, aad II It folly to palromaa thrm,
. because all they hart to tell tin bo purebasecl of
oar merchant!, far better article, for leu monry.
A Great Revival A correspond-
Ml wrltu ut, laying : "A rorlrel effort haijuit
aloud at BroekwayrlUt, Jefferson county, Sir.
L. 0. Mtrrlll pallor. Mora than one hundred
her. soon forward for prayers, and nearly that
ausnbsr hart been converted. Kigbty-tt0 have
Joined tho church. Among thli groat and happy
eenpaoy arc found editors, merchant!, tradesmen
f Tarlout kladi and Sunday School loholart.
rnto Dim who laid, '1,0, 1 am with you alwayt,'
be all the glory."
Pbilipaburjr, according to tho Jour
nal, It going Into the brlok block builneti. Mr.
Chester Munsoa it going to put up a block on the
corner of Presquctslo and 8?coni ttroets, late the
.property of Richard Athcrton, which Mr. Munaon
hat perehaaed. Mr. C. A. Faulkner ha purchatcd
the old Exchange Hotel eorner, and it alio going
lo put np a brick block. Moving the railroad
from Phillpiburg teemi to have put new life lata
the burgerc. They are putting up more snbstan
Hal building! now than they did when the rail
tord ended there.
Sl'PPLEMgNTAT, AhSESKME.NT. ThO
4Mb lection (old Purdon, page 172 Mlb lection,
now edition, page 210) of an Aot of Aiiciably ap
proved, the fib day of May, Wt, relating to
Common Schools, require! the Alienor! In the
evcral borought and townships to alien all per
aoni and property which may hare been omitted
at the lait aiteeiment and all pertonl, and their
-property, who may remove Into any dlstriot np to
who lit of May next. To carry out thit taction
of the law the County Commiiiionen hare had
tlaakl prepared and forwarded to the toveral Al
ateiort, wfaott duty it It to make the assessment
aforeiaid and return the lame to thiir reipecttve
FlRI AT llCTMOLUIVILLI. Ot) Sttt
nrday aight lait the drag itore of Dr. It. M.
Bo j lea A Co. waa entirely doitroyed by Ire, at
well at the furniture belonging to the Odd Fcllowi'
Lodge. The Ire wai not ditcoverad until it had
gained considerable headway, and but little prop,
erfy wai laved from the building. The building
wai nearly new, and wai among the beet In the
place, the itore helng nicely fitted up and filled
with a large ttock of goodi. The property of the
Odd Fellows, valued at about t'00, wai entirely
4citroyed. We nndrritand that the properly wai
ta part covered by tniurance. DroolewitU enu6.
A Philipsbl'soer's Infelicity.
' Aeorge eflUi made Information agalnit hit wife
before Jultlce Riddle! on Monday, charging her
with aiiault and battery, and a warrant for her
..arrtlt wu Ultted and a hearing given on Tueeday
morning. According to the teitimony It appeari
that the made an unprovoked attack upon him.
ttriking him over tht head with a neck yoke and
-othcrwiie damaging hit pbytical proportion!. In
.default of bail rhe wai committed, and deputy
conetable Wigbaman accompanied bor to Belle-
foata la the afternooa.-'&ifVnfftiiri7 Journal.
lllSTOBY OF I'ERRY Col'.NTT. Silas
Wright, of Mlllentowa, bat publlihed a book of
,-400 paget, with the aborc tide. In giving local
Information and remtniiocncei of old lettlcn, he
aayc that there It a room In the houie now oocu
pied by Franclc Gibeon, Hpring township, In
which occurred the birth ef John DinnUter Gib-
onj Chief Juitlee Supreme Conrt of Pennsylvania,
lieorga Oibton, Commiuary cf the Tailed Stolen,
John Bernheiiel, the Mormon, Hon. John Bigler,
Uorernor of California from Mil to 1565, who
died at Sacramento on tho 27th of Auguit, 1ST!,
and Hon. Wen. Bigler, Uoveroor of Pennsylvania
from 18JJ to 1S65, still living la Clearfield, this
Htate. We should lay that that room has fur
airbed considerable and varied talent.
More IUi lro ad. The advance pick
ets of a corps of railroaders were in town for tee
oral dayt lait week. That they did not tell all
hey knew was very evident. But tbil muoh wo
did learn. They art locating a road from Milton
np Wbitt Deer creek, along the line of Lycoming
jtad Cnion .counties, to cut the Drain Valley
.jnouolala, striko 'b.ig Fisbiug creek, down this
atream rta Mill U&ll, thence up Beech creek to
Jaow shot. To thit point thoy have found an ex
(eelteot rente for a road. They are now prorpect
ng between Clearflold and Suow Bboc, and design
Tt go through to the mouth of Mahoning creek,
,ov to Fapklin. The movement looks like an ex
ecution of the Readitg nr Catawiira road.
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.Bad AffLiCT'os. Wo nympathiro
Mth P. (Jray Meek, of the Bellcfonte Walchmir.
ThjM weekt ago we chronicled tbt death of hit
aeharf abii week we arc oompclled to announce
ithe demise of his mother, which occurred on the
lttb (ut., Id her COtb year. In addition, the
Jiellefonte HrjmHica of Its! week thui ebroni
elei a narrow escape of Mr.Mcrk and family i
Od lait Friday evening P. Gray Meek, wife and
child per xr Urging home in atop boggy to which
two nortec .were attached. Jutt at they came to
the ihort turp in the itrtct near the toutbweit
end of "hortlidge A Co.'i ooal yard, tho Bald Ka
tie Valley liioal frelgit rtin oanfo round the
curve, the engine of which frightened the horsea
to badly that they turned clmrt around In the
street, breaking the tongue and and otherwise In
juring the bugy. Wo are heiipy to lay that Mn.
Meek lueoeedod in Jumping out of tbe bugey with
her babe in ber armi, without rroaiving any in
Jury, while Mr. Meek held to the horeei and pre
vented a runaway.
Broke Jail Tho Comralioncrfi
aad Sberif of Jefferson county offer a reward of
tOI for the arrest of Ooorge Thompson sxfr'oe
Woj. Kobisoa, and Frank Stint olios 0. W. Ten
nail aad detorlbe tbrm as follows i
Thompsoa it about 93 yean ef age, feet I
Jiosot .high, light complexion, bald head, brown
Utile fonrtrd ut lh nj'per one, crlpi-lcd Is hit
right btnr, tud weighi kbout 110 jiolioJi,
Ptio U about 18 ystn old, fi fefri i'J ncb hgh,
nadj onptriloi, rtd hair, lomf pock murk; hu
towking look fthottt kltn, oJ will wrlU alwit
190 pound i. Tbej futatt tivty up pint
Bit kuDir'owl .fellftrf rcr4 will kt piltj by Iht
ToaiinliiiOBfrl of SwUtrwrn oaalj for the eaptuiv
4 4rrj ib Bm.kTli jU of tht bovt
pm4 rriNotris or brtt hnudjtj dolliri ftr
Buooestions io Raiiuatii ScnooLb
m CtrAinri-D Coturr. KiKt) tinbbatbHobouU
hnYO b;en oloisd In CIcftrRoM oouuly during tU
winter month, 1by kbuuld loon b in ti,on
titi, Howe t f tbvu re ulrttdy opDtl witb
fair itroipeut of Incre&iliiK uifulnc.i. A fuw
ugguitloai t tbii tlm mnj iiut bo without d
Yiaurt to tboM who will hito thoia icbooli in
PMurt lr(t utte.idnne i potiitle at tho
flnt uirttlni fur roorauUktloo.
Uiro publie notlooi at lout two weuki boforo
In the mfRntlme, Invito porionnllj m many m
oy okvu lo be prounl at th nitjeting and to take
part lu tbe work to be dune.
I'rojr for tho bleniti of (loj in Ibo undor
taklng. It li a work wtttub (iod approrei j there
for let nothing diuwurage you.
If you have a iiruackor, aik hdn to nreaoh a
Sabbath Sohool term on proviom to the opening
of the io houl and at oltun ae bepnn thurvattvr.
For Buperlntrodent, oppoiut the wan or wom
an beit fitted to AM Itmt oflico.
Chooia oo ooo merely booaute he bcloDKi to a
Qtiulilkatiun it the thing to be considered rath
er than a nominal profoision.
(live tho lobool a lUOuiie nam-, either Vuton
or denomination ai.
If it le called "Union," make it oonlitontly 10.
Remember there te no mrh thine an a I'ronbyto-
rion or a Mtttbodint or a Lutheran I'ttion Hunday
School. In an undenominational or Union School,
imp le juttlee require! that no book or paper or
other publication- of a denominational character
bonld be introduced except by eomcnt of all
onnccrnod. Attention to thit will often lave te-
Klvot a faithful perion for flceretarv and pro
vide him with a minute book with blanka for one
seMion a Sabbath. Huch a book can be had for
60 oentt. A dilijrent use of it will KreatlT eerve
mo imcrettfl oi tue fcnooi.
Do not form too many elaatet.
It U better to employ a few competent teach art
for largo el kmc i than to have eo many cImim
that tomo of them will be in eharge of portont
who are not qualified to teach.
At another time, I maT sire a few hintt con-
oerning Sunday School uiauagomcnt.
va reeeipi or iv eenti, to oorer eoete, I will
tend to any addrree, the Sunday Svkool Monitor,
ontaioing practical fUKgcitiont for Hunday
School w or kern, toirother with a codt of Om Lt-
eon fvr All, eetting forth the advantage of the
international, uniform Ittuona. New Union or
needy minion ichooli that oaa not sufficiently
tupply thcmselvet with booka and paperi can be
aided to a limited extent.
' R. CfUTTMtitK,
MiM'y Am. 6. 8. Union, Pellefoute, Pa.
TuxLoa Business. Notwithstand
ing the large amount of capital used and the
number of hands employed In the logging Inter
vet, but Tery few are aware of the number of log
out In any one year. The statement below will
give a pretty eorroet data upon this point. The
books of tbe West Branch Boom Company, at
Look Xlavcn, show annually, for five years put,
the number of Jogs rafted out of that boom t
30,402,1 tl "
Total In Are rears 1U.8H.VI20 "
Paring tho same period there were rafted out of
the Susquehanna boom at Wllliamoport tbe fol
lowing enormous aggregate :
U6 16'5,3SJ',3fi9 feet.
18C9 , ..22.t,060,30J
IK70 225,180,973 "
1871 106,001,181 "
Total In Ave years 1,077,426,500 1
By adding the above total to tho amount re
ported at Lock Haron, wo bare an aggregalo of
1,193,309,026 feet, lor these two booms only.
Must of our readers are aware of the trouble
which has existed between the Willlauuport mill
owners and the boom company, which charges
$1.35 per thousaud for Doomage, Last year there
were rafted out of that boom 297,185,602 feet,
which yielded the boom company the enormous
sum of overour hundred and on ttouuind dothn.
No wonder that boom company can spend $50,000
with the Legislature every winter, to koep up
KlLLED AT TUE GAMISO TABLE.
W. ft. Finch, who was stationed here several years
ago as a photographer, and who has more latterly
resided at Brockwtyrllte, was shot dead at the
gaming table by a follow gambler In a saloon
at Parker's Landing, a week or more ago.
The oireumstanoes attending the tragedy, as near
as we have been able to learn them, are as follows:
Finch and his opponent, whose name we did not
leant, had boeo pitying for some time, and be
coming desperate, each staked $1,500 upon their
bands. In tho play which followed Finch won
and naturally reached forward to draw In his
prise, when the loser, maddened with rum and ax
asperated by his ill fortune, drew bis rovolver,
shot Finch through tho brain, gathered up the
stakes and fled. The murdered man was well
known in this lection as a gambler and sporting
man. Do wai imposing in appearance, of gdod
addreis, and possesiod of no mean order of ability,
Had his time and energies been devoted to a bet
ter cause, be wight have become an influential
eititen in any community, and been spared the
Ignominious death which aa all-wise Providence
decreed should oap tho climax of his flagitious
eareer. -Eik Dtmwrat.
Gathering Up. Tho Lumbermen's
Exchange appointed a committee, after the break
ing of the W i Hi sin f port boom, to proceed down
the river and gather up the esoaped logs. A large
number of lags were enught by tho Muucy and
Northumberland booms. The committee In their
report say they found :
From Northumberland bridee to ha
inokin dam 400 logs
From Pbamukin dim to lNiger Island.... 450 "
" (ttlinpgrore to Penn's Cm 600 "
" Venn's Creek to Ilcrrold's .Mi I 400 M
Tn eanal at Herrold's Mill to Lock.. 227 M
From Herrold's .Mill to (Jrorgrtown 4l0 "
" GaorgctowD to Now Uult-lo 500 "
" New Buffalo to tireen's Dam 1,300
" (IreMi's Ism to Ilarrisburg 260 "
" Hnrrinburg to Middletown Uland.. 500 '
" Middletown to Columbia 200 "
We also report, by what we conld learn of the
watchman on Colombia bridge and tbe flithermen
bolow, and Judging from the atsge of the river at
the time the logs run, that there may hare been
500 logs a. or passed througn to l'ort Vrpostt.
H. T. FoRKSHAJf,
List of lottora rommninr umiluimoU
ia tho Postoffioe at Clearfield, for the week ending
April 2 lit, 1873!
Arthur, Q. MrDonaM, TanleL
Ardery, Martha. MoBea, N. lcL.
Burge, , H. Michael, Lmtua F.
Cutuiuing, K. L. eiprenkle, Poter
Carrco, laihario. HtoU, Aodrev,
liugas, F. Mantel Stephens, Dnaick,
Fry, John. Tuttle, Jaines L.
Ilorton, Klita J. Thomas, Lewis.
Hartle, Sallie. Vines, J. A.
Lansberry, Samuel. Wenleu, Annie.
P. A. GAUI.IN, P. M
All llifl JclTurnon county prisoners
eloped one night )Mt week wont out through tbe
roof of tbe prison. Six hundred dollars are offered
for two of tho best.
Frruosov Tow.i'nir, April l', 1873.
Ma. Kuitob; Please insert in the columns of
your valuable papor the following brief statistics
of the last day of our school, at btony Point, in
said towonbip. Prooredinjrs of institutes and
high schools are publiehod, and why should we
not have the proceedings of our school puMiiked?
inougn only a common tcnooi, u wss as inieres
ing as some of our much boasted -of Normal and
I propose In mention only part of the day's
proceedings' Tho eehonl convened at 3 o'olook
r. m. .Considering the tneleraenny of the weather
it was well attended. Finl in order was the sing
ing by the school of apiece entitled "Hinging from
the hnrt," after which, by request, tbe class in
tho fourth reader were beard. Noxt in order went
the speeches, each pupil of tbe school participat
ing, and bad you, Nr. KHUor, bwn present to bear
them, you would bar boon plcawd to note what
oan he done in a oommon country school ( they all
proved to be very interesting. At tbe eloe of the
speeches another piece was sung, entitled ''.Vy
own native land, alter wlih-b a paper entitled
thO "Um" was rtd by the editor, A. J. Ntnith.
Thli timer was gotten up bv tbe school and some
of the contributions Would bo interesting to the
readers of Ibo .UiTS.'.'t.
Addresses wore then nude by tbn following per
sons, who are frioods to tho caue of eduction
and favored us with their prosenos t Iter. W. H.
Hamlin aud wife, of Lumber City Esq, MoPpy,
of Mill'"rt, F.mj. Mlraw, a director, aud J-H.
V iUiaiS, a oillv.ua. inrwm grnimuvn uare
the tsins oT Uio school far Utdr maoy words of
This sohool was taught by Win Maggie M.
Parsons, of Centre munty. Hhe Is a bright shining
star in the profeenion, fully qualifled to teach any
ennmos seaool, u a onnstiaw wit ana never
failed to teach bar pupils the great Importanoe of
early jisty. Hot ffoea rrnm among us wita lie
W Stand CoHUkCTti). We Btatod
some time ago that tho editor of the Muuuy X.h
m i nary bald the office of P. M. and also that of
Associate Judge. In ri'ply Mr. Painter saytt
Quito a mistake, Mr. lltDnhlira. W am not
one of the Associate Judges of Lyuvoiing county,
never have born aud nuvur expect to be.
no are sorry that our native county was to
foolish at to elect a Radical A use 1 etc Judge, but
having ooucludvd lo do to, the voters could have
done no better thing than to have chosen tho edi
tor of the Luminary,
Bollofonto 1ms had & coatlv now en
gine put up at Ut water workt. Local opMou is
therefore in full blast In that temperance haven.
DoJiaaml 1 '91.
Bee advertisement of Cherry Tree Male and Fe
male College. This Colh-go is located at Cherry
Tree, (Uraut P. O.), Iudiau county, Pa.
Fresh Uarden 8eedsfruui the Philadelphia gar
dens. Also, Ouiou Huts for sale by
April 23.-4t iUiiTHYicx 1 In win.
Farroon In want of tlrain Brills for Spring
seeding, and Corn PI anion, will do well to ordor
at onoc. Sample man bines only on bund at
M. ti. Bqowx A Hko.'s,
April 23, 1873. Clew-field, Pa.
Attention Is directed to the card of Mr. fi. I.
tinydur, Watchmaker aud Jeweler. He has a fine
stock of American YVatehoi and Jewelry. Cull
and see him. titore almost opposite the Court
House, on ttioond street.
Wo urn Biimo. Ons of tho most expensive
and raried exhibitions that has ever been organ
iscd in cither this or any other oountry, will visit
this on Tuesday, April 29th, giving two exbibi
tious, one la the afternoon and one lu the evening.
A Tory fine street M splay will take place in the
morning at 10 o'olook. We olip the following
from an extended notice of this exhibition in tho
Albany evening Journal:
"Amtuemrntt or fAs lUopU. It is impossible
to compute the expense and time and taleut em
ployed to irratify and meet that taste of the bu-
uiau mind for enjoyment and amusement which is
more or Inns expressed in the civilised and savage
races. The detiiseuit of tho African jungles as
well as tho most cultivated circlis of Pariiiiaiis
have their sources of amuteiaont -and the culture
and eivititation of tho latter are as much deter
mined by those they seek as the barbarism of the
former by their rude and, to us, outrageous means
of tnjoynieut. In pagan Hume the ampithcatre
was overlooked by tho highest in authority, the
wealthiest, and by tho Cleopatra of that impe
rial city to watvh the agonising struggle! aud
death throes of the poor captive v. ho vainly con
tests for the boon of life witb some savago dcnl
sen of the jungle or tbe desert. But in this nine
teenth century our enjoyments are not in witness
ing human torture, but rather in the cultivation
oi tue physical powers of man j his accomplish
ments in feats of strength and agility; his skill
in bringing the brute creation, whether represented
by the horse, the elephant or the fiercest of lions
the king of bracts under the perfect control of
ue oilman mina. inose iiiougins run tnrougn
our mind as we contemplate the wonderful and
interesting exhibition given by Montgomery
Queen's Ureat Kuropean Mrnagertr, Cirvut aud
Bedouin Arab Troupe. To organize this vast and
varied combination of amusements, it would seem
as if uearly every quarter of the globe had been
com.U'llrd to cou tribute its rarest representative.
The Camels and their Arab attendants front the
scorching sands of tiahara; tho monster Elephant
from Asia and the Lilliput from Africa; the mag
nificent Lions from the Cape of Uood Hope; tbe
I'epois iroin fcgvpt and tue peirtaroual Apes I mm
Abyifinia, are but tome of the features In this
circus exhibition, and which are found in no other
In the Luion. It is no wonder that crowds filled
tbe vast tent In the recent visit to this city of this
varied entertaiumeut. and we know that tbe audi
enso were highly pleased and instructed with what
inry saw. ne nupo lo welcome queen s juam
moth Cumbioation to our city again ore long.
FaveTimr.! Have Labor! SaveMony! Save
Clothes! The " Novelty Wringer" it the best in
tue market, iiuy It try it.
For sale by 11. F. BioLEt A Co.
Oirl WetxTED. A girl, agod from 12 to 10, can
ho4 a permanent Dome wilu a small private t un
ity. Will be token to raise or paid fair wages.
Apply at this offloe. apllfitf
Fisni.vaTAcai.it. The fishing fenton having
commenced, lovers of this elegant sport will be
casting about to and where to purchase tn neces
sary requirements in order to enjoyy tbe sport
To all turn we will say. ro to tbe Hardware Hlore
of II. F. Bigler A Co., as they hare the finest lot
of Trout nods, Lines, Hooks, ilaskett. Halt-
Hnies, Heels, Fuood, Flics, etc., ever, brought to
this county. Their Trout Hods are really ele
gant, and every person expecting to go trout-fishing
this tummer should have one. 4-9
Important! Jmpomtakt! Below pleas find
a Hit of prices of Boots and 8 hoes, of which Fle
i;l Is now selling enorieous lots:
men's full trimmed Ustiug (.alter, f2.00,
Women's common Morocco Gaiters, $1.25,
Women's Kertoe kid Qaitcrs, $4.00,
Women's Congrcst lading Gaiter, (M.2S,
Women's plain lasting Gaiters', 91.90,
Men's common kip Boots, .1.00,
Men's fine kip Boots, $1.00,
Men's French kip Boots, $5.C0,
Men's common calf Boots, $1.00,
Who Is determined to tell at the above prior p. at
bis store, on Mecooil street, opposite fcx-Uov. tug
ler't retidence, Clearfield, Pa. 1:19
Laid Plum w. Several ear loads received by
Kralier A Lytls, which will be told very cheap.
farmers, make a note of this. . (toiy-it
Just rccclvrd, a large lot of non-oxplojlra
Lamps and Lanterns at
9-25-72 n. F. Bio Lin A Co's.
Frisb Ground PIsAstkr. ILeoelvcd at Corner
Store by car load and for sale by
K. A. A W. B. Iawnr.
Curwensvtllc, March 13, 1872.
A full line of lIuuM-hold Goods, Japanned Ware,
AO., for sale by Jl. r. Uigler m Lo.
H. F. Bigler A Co. have been making extensive
addition to their stock of Hardware the last few
days. Kverythiug new in Hhelf Hardware, Bud
die rs Hardware, farmers Hardware, tiuilders
Hardware, and Hardware of all kinds, oan be seen
at their Itore. May 22,
Wood and Willow Ware of all descriptions for
sale by it. r. uigicr to.
NoTtri To Wago.i axd Cahriaob Makers.- We
have Just received a general assortment of Wagon
and Carriage Woods, also a full lino of fiphngi
and Axles, wdicB wt oner eneap lor oasn.
H. F. ItioLxn A Co.
Axss. Peveoty five do too Clearfield Wood
ohoppert Axes at
o.Vi.?!. II. F. BIGLER A Co's.
Calcined Plaster for sale by 11. F. Bigler A Co.
Bird ft"s- a large assortment at II. F. Big
ler A Coa.
Paints, Oils and Varuisbti Cor sale by II F.
Bigler A Co.
Baws. Dlitan's Cross cut Haw, Great Anwrioan
Saw, Hoynton't Lightning Saw, at
o;5 73 11 F. BioLan A Cel.
WooJ nd Willow Wart.
Household uod. !
All kinds of Hardware.
Japanned Ware. -Paints,
Oils, Varnishes. '
Wagon and Carriage Makers' supplies.
All of the above for tela at tbe mammoth Hard
wsro aSbjreof 1L F. Bigler A Co., Mecond street,
Clearfield, Pa. . 3t
L .r1" t i 1
Cerrrtwl weeHy h,r HirnAnn Kesanr.Wliolc.ale
and Retail Uraler In Dry Uoo.li, (trooerlns, Pro
vlslonii is,, Afnrket Itrect, Clearfleltl, I'a.
CintnvfKLn, I'a., ApriMt, I57J.
Butter Il 40
L'.uu. aO 00 (in I il)
Hides.. 0,a 1
hot 1 08
Lard II (ft
.Vest pork,ulil...JO 00
Oatl - 40
Unions 1 (0
Pnttloel 00(3) 0
I'eaohea, dried, 9 13
Plaster, y Ul...... 1 00
heal. 7 10
ilt.M 13 00(14 00
sbelleil 1 no
meal, V sank, 1 0
Rye 1 iv
H.II,.srk.l:.0(.t I 40
Tirnoth, seed t 00
Tallow - l:t
V ewtl IU(j, I in
k'tVwloi, lb. 10(fi J
ni.lnl.n.. rtrlff. ID- 1.1
Kri' ......... l
ri.. fltiWIO 10
WCOl M..HH. OA
j ,t e",i
., , SlliurlfiJ.
Un April 17, I "7.1, by He v. M. L. Canon, Mr.
JAAIb'S l. Fl'il'll II l:KTY. uf Jlutl.r. I'a., to Miss
CAUAII ,1. HUIIUI.B, or West UlearOelil.
Tut abevo' couple reinnubered tlie printers, a
sure Indication that their licartt arc in the right
place. Our prayers for their heppineii and pros
perity shall acooinpany them through lire.
TYRONE ft CLEAKFIKLt) BRANCH.
OX and after Uomlay, OCT. 381b, 1873, the
Pasfteuiier Trains will run daily (except Hun-
days) bktwueu Tyrone and Ck-erflold, as fvllowss
UI.HAIlrif. l.l MAIL.
LEAVK SOUTH. LEAVE NORTH.
Clciraeld S.JO. a. li . Tyrone . (.30,1.1.
I'hillpsburg 4.3H, " Osceola 10.40, '
Osceola 4.40, " l'hillpsbar(...ll.07,"
Tyrone 0.00, " ClearBeld ..... 11.10,"
i l . ' CI.BARFIBI.D EXPRESS. , ; "
LEAVE SOUTU. LEAVK NORTH.
ClenrneM..'..,i 4.40 a. a. Tyrant.. .'. I ts a.
Philinsburg.. 4.43 " Intersection ...7.04 "
Osceola. 7.00 Osceola 4.14 "
Intersection.- 4.07 " Philip.Urs; ...4.33 '
Tyrone.. 4.30 " Clear0sld,ar...3 "
FARE FROM CLEARFIELD, TO
Brlloronte, Pa ..
Middletowa $5 00
.. 3 70
., 8 SO
,. 1 80
.. 3 00
,. 4 64
Marietta.... S 40
Lancaster 6 84
PHILADELPHIA 7 46
Alloona ,...M, 1 46
Johnstown 3 40
PITTKBUHU 6 14
Close connections made br all trains at Tvrena
ana 1.00 a uaren.
OEOIIGE 0. WII.KI.NS,
LIST OF JURORS drawn for June T.rei,
A. D. ItTIi j
onann jiaoas. .
John M. Host Hell
Oeo. C. Kirk Urady
Jas.M 'Murray. Burnside
Jacob A. Broth Chest
Dol. Mnurcr... Covington
J. . Weaver... I'loarllrl.i
Mosos Owens... .Decatur
Jno. T. Btraw..Fcrguson
Wm. Murray fllrard'
A. C. Walter Oo.hea
Joalah Evans.. .Qraliara
B. 0. Bowman... Huston
Tbos. Bmilh Josdan
Cbi. Hchnarri Karthaut
Hau'l. Powell. Lawrence
W m. ltottirook... Morris
Oeo. M. Brisben.OscDola
John Bloom, Hr Pike
Nathan Lines Union
THAVinia ji-aufta run era.
Jamel IIaines.Beccaria Ab'm. Bloom. .Ferjruson
Charles T. Thorp. ..BslliBobertLeonard..Oosbea
Amos B Tate,
John A. Pulton..
Wm. Hmenl Boggs
Wm. tlallaghar... ' '
Wm. Speedy...... M
Ellis Smeal.... "
0. Hummel.... "
John P. Beck......
A lei. Hbea "
John Carlllc "
Som'l (I. Kuntl... "
Chat. Hchwem.... "
Krastua Luther... "
John Jamison.... "
J. Lines (of Jos ). 44
Wm. Hunter Chest
J. M. Pk-ard..Covington
W. E. Thomps'a, W. P.
J. O. Williams. ..Jordan
tl. Fisher Kartliaus
D, E. Bloom. ..Lawrence
R. A. Mitohell. ' "
Jos. Owens ' "
T. N. Fulton...
(leo. Hart Morris
N. Palmer...N. Wasb'ta
John Foreman. ..Osetolt
James Young.... H
U. II. Jobnilon Pent
David T. Hbarp....
Robert Owent Pike
Jno. Laborde, Jr.. Union
8. J. Uilnott "
TBAViniB jiaoRS laroMi waaa. .
Thos. C. Wall..Beecaria
Jaa. L. M organ. ..Botfgs
Adam llrabam. "
Win. 8. Taylor. "
John Potter Brady
Wm. I.. Porter.... "
8. R. Lokauih.... "
Enoch Or arhart. Decatur
Oeo. Mover "
Paul J. F'ynn..
David Horning... " -C.
Jacob U ulicb "
C. K. Hmeed....Burnsldo
Uaniel Jry ChestJohn renton... "
H. Pennington " Uas. U. Hhaw "
VY. Hobnarrs. t'ovingloa Alei. Oissej Morris
John Dougherty ,M.Cl'fd
jL, O Lingle Osceola
41. . Ugdsn "
John Troutmaa.... "
Asaph Kirk Pcnn
Jas. C. Bloom .Pike
JruflS and IfdiriHrs.
HE LATEST MUVEI
THE LATEST MOVE !
HARTSW1CK & IRWIN'S
To their new building on Piond Street, nearly
opposite the store of Weaver a Kelts,
Wbem Ibejr will cootiant U mppty their oM .a 4
many aw oufteincri u my coux with
(Includlnt all new remedies.) -
Patent Medicines, Tslnta and Oilt, Hlase and
Putty, Bebool Books, Hlatlnnery, Paper, A .
Ae. also, a full line or drug
gists' Sundries, Hair '
Cosmetics, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Brushes,
Toilet BOarl., Pocket Bocks, Ac, all 01 itl
Lhm beat Cjuallty.
PURR WWES AND LIQUORS,
for Bedicai A laerameotal purposes only,
Ture Whits Lead, Colors of all kinds, Raw and
Dolled Linseed Oil, Varnishes, Turpen
tine, Coal Oil, Paint t Varnish
Brushes, Flavoring - '
Confectioneries, Bird Seed, Pi'le, ponnd and
angrennd, of all k1oQ
SMOKERS AND CUE WER3
Will find oar slock; of Chewing
- and Hcaoking Tobacco, IniportaJ and Do
mestic Clgers, kianff and Pinceut to ha of the
very best brands la to. market.
LAMPS AND flllMNEYK,
All kinds of OLA 88 WARE,
aad Musical Trlnttnlogt of avert variety.
Having a loag eipericnoo la the builneM, and
an astensive and well selected atook of modieinei,
we are enabled to lilt Physicians' prverrlptions at
the shortest no l Ice and oa tbt lt reasonable
terms, da and nignt.
CloarB.ld, Pa., Mai 31, 1871-tf.
GHAPB VI KB fOR AI.F-A let ol
bMrins; Orafe I nee Concord aad TaUwIs
sa-ftirralt A. AI. 1111.1,8.
. ghj) Uood.
NSW SPRING GOODS !
PARCALBR, , . r
OlNQUAMd, 1 i -
"' ' ' ' EnEETINUB, r'' lX ' ' '
la great variety and all the newst shades.
,' . Bilk Popllua,
',' . .. French Mobalra, . ; .
SPECIAL BARGAINS 15
Black Silks 1 Black Silks!
Shawls! Shawls! Shawls!
Carpet, Carpets, Carpet,
sold at the lowest cash price at
W M. REED'S,
3:24 " Market Street, Clearfield, Pa. , 73
pLOUR, FEED, 4C.
The undersigned would respectfully give no
tice to the cltlsent of Beccaria township and sur
rounding country, thai be has parohascd the
Becoaria Flouring Mills and pnt everything In
oompleto order, and Is manufacturing a first-class
quality of Flour. , . ,
CUSTOM WORK DONE,
and Flour la quantity constantly oa hand for sale.
CHOP, CORN MEAL, BRAN, AC, iC.
alwayi oa hand and for sale wholesale or retail.
OP "INCH Sill Si C; MM WASiTim
U" 1 Will cichangc Flour and Chop for 34
iaob (shingles, or will pay part money, il desiied.
10:3 If BARNABAS ARMSTRONG.
DISTAN'S CROSS CUT, MILL, DRAG AND
Boynton's Lightning Cross-cut Saw.
PATENT PERFORATED A ELECTRIC SAWS,
fat lale by
.(1J,T6 II. F. BIGLER A CO
C. D. WATSON,
DRUGS & PATEXT MEDICIES,
TOYS AND YANKEE NOTIONR.'
FINE TEAS A ROASTED COFFEE,
BEST BRANDS TORACCO A BFOARS.
bCIIOOL BOOKS A STATIONERY,
Masonic Building, Second Street,
deo4-?3-ly CLKARPIKI.D, PA.
T)INK, WHITE A ROAN LINING SKINS
X ' dust recclTed end ror sale tiy
April 20. It TO. 11. F. BIGLER A CO.
OffTk. TV r-V VZrik a ic Rra er finV ( 6?g irSv ftW
Wo desire to call tho attention of tlio citizens of Clearfield county to tho fact that wo
1 : ' iiuvo opened a
;.. :. MUSIC STORE IN CLE ARFIELD,
Whcro we intend to constantly keep on hand a full supply of
.'PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.
Our stock of TI A NOS will consist of
- f ' : , ,
RAVEN At COMPANY'S FIANOS, 1
STEIN WAY. At SONS' PIANOS,
; HAINES BROTHERS' PIANOS,
Wo arc prcpnrcd at all limes
turorablo terms ns to prices anu icrms 01 payment.
Our stock of ORGANS will consist of tho new and popular
UYNDER ORGAN, (with Ryndcr's Knee Ticmolo and downward Octavo Coupler,)
The SMITH AMERICAN ORGAN CO.'S OKGANS,
MASON At HAMLIN'S ORGANS, and tho
ISEW HAVEN MELODEON CO.'S JUBILEE, TEMPLE and CHURCH ORGANS.
Bcsidea tlicse we furnish lo order Organs from any factory desired.
We sell oil every plnn known to tho trade, cither CHEAP FOR CASH, ON NOTES, or on the
popular amp easv Lease tlan. : ; ' '
On our easy terms evoryono'enn have a good inntrument, and no other investment of liko
mount will tend so much to
; . K7y? shall bi to hove
1873." SPRINQ. 1873,
NEAV . GOODS!
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
o i''. . Z ' !
At lo, Brown Muslin. , ;.
At 10c, Brown Muslin, real good.
At l!jc, Brown Mu.lln, yard wide. ;.
At 12,o, Splendid Bleached Muslin, yd wide.
At ISo, Handsome Poplin Plaids.
. At 3ic, Japanese Poplin. , ,
At 2,;Blaek and.Coktred Alpaca. i
At iOc, Japanett Silk, worth 5o.
At tl.00. Elegant Silk Poplin.
At tl.ll, Good Black Silk. , i . n
At 11.60, Splendid Black Silk, wide.
At (2.00, Black Silk, worth (3.50.
At 20c, Good White Piiiua, or P. K.
At 31.31, Good Honey-comb Quilts.''
At 11.73, I2.0O, (2.34, Splendid. .Marseilles
. . ,. , . , " ( j
SATCHELS, TRUNKS, OIL CLOTH, GENTS'
VNDERWEAK, NECK TIES, SHIRTS,
. SUSPENDERS, UA.NDKERCHTS , .
GLOVES, COLLARS, CUFFS, - '
AC, AC, tC.
at prices to suit tin times.
call no ill roa YocasiLr, at
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
UuufacUrcr of ... . ... ,
SADDLES & HARNESS
Work fpuraQteed to girt atinaa. rrieM
rctonblt, Oi, u 4 Sbup In Orabara't
now, MaYrgeH tireei.
D. J. CROWELL,
Huiafacturer of the D. IT. Ball Bolting Macliin
PIDB-CL'T 0IIINHLE MACnrNB,
to cut from 18 to 26 iuoliei. ami licfurwl nndcr
Everat i pat pnt, Jifiitrit, Draf Saw Macbinei
and Uanarat Mill Work, fiiDnemabyniug, Camur
oo county, Pa.
Repairing of Machtntl and general Cttitnin
TTork dun to onlr. augHy
XI very Stable.
THE andrilgned hefff leave to inform tho pub
lic tb at he ii oow full prepared to aoooDtmo
date all in the way of furoiabiug Uoriei, Buggiei,
Saxldlt-i and I.arneaf, oa the ahorteit notice and
on reasonable tvriuo. Ueiidenea on Locust street.
between I bird and ruarth.
UEO. W. GEAR II ART,
learflelJ, April It, 1867.
yrilKRK to hny lay I'RT GOODS, OR0-
oeriee, Queeniware, Ulamware, Urugfl nJ
XottoDi, Con feet ion eritf, Jte., cheap for caib.
Tht fubteriKr brri learo to luform bis old and
new customers that ne bat openott
A VARIEtY 8T0RB -1
I!f GLEN HOPE, PA.
And will sell good at tirloes to salt (be timet. A
liberal reduction will bt made to cuitomen bay
ing at wholesale.
Call and tiaroint my stock before purchasing
lee where. A liberal share of public patronage is
C. J. REACT.
Glrn nope, fa., Juno 14, 1871.
gTONE'S SAW GUMMEKS AND
SAW U P SETS.
We hare recelrtd tbt agency for tbe above and
will sell them at manufacturer's prices. Call and
examine them. They are the bst,
jell) -73 U. P. BIGLER 4 CO.
BARGAINS IN MUSICAL IX
HTUUMKNTR ! Organt, both new and
soobJ band, ai tbt Music Slort, opposite Uulieh't
Furniture Storw. All persons Interested are invi
ted to call and exnmint a new style of Organ now
oa exhibition. iShect Music and Muoie Hooks
constantly on hand. ep!24 73tf
MARKET STR K E T, ' '
It F I Ii I, PENN A
to furnish any of the cheaper makes of Pianos to order on the most
MAKE HOME HAPPY, .
you call nnd sea fit, whethor yenj desire to jmrcboso or not.
UYlVnFsirH lnTlTNir NTORK.
. .W3f. ltlaKD'H.
' ... ,1 . . .,, . ....
Ni:W II ATS aud 1IOX KTtf.
1'I.OWF.HH aud BIIIIIOKM, '
MiCKTIlUM aud FICIIUH, ' ,
COLLARS and CtVtm, '
COIIHIOT aud IIOOPHKIIITM,
HIHTI.KM and other lIXIN',
USUERWKAH of all aliid., f ,i
1IOMIERV aud CI.O r:, , , ,,' 1
IIANDKCHt IlllilH, - t ' r i
i : f .... ..i.
WHITE TRIMMIM';, , . . .,
EMDROIDr.HV, ; ,
TOW ELK, '
NAPKINS. ' '
: . , i
A FILL ME k0F 1M1MS0LS.
NEW WHITE .GOODS.
riQUA, .. ; . i i 1
STRIPED MCKLIKi, , ' '
AC, AC, AC. .
All will lie told at the luwsst pricet at
AY M. REEFS,
Market Ktrcct, CL arHcId, Pa.
FLOUR & FEED DEPOT I
Tht atttntioa of tho eltisens of Clearfield and
vicinity U dlreoted to tho loot that Uoodfi-llow A
Bon are tbt agents of M. Niroa A Co., and bare
Just recti ed a half doxen car loads of Flour and
Feed, which they otfnr at tbo lowest possible tig
ares, A large stock of
FLOUB, CORN MEAL, CHOr,
BUCKWHEAT t'LOrR, MiAN,
Potatoes, Sbslled Corn, Cora In ear, Ac, Ao.
Particular attention Is called to M. Niece A
Co.'s brand of Family Flour, which is tbe best in
Flour and Feed can and will be sold cheaper
than It can be obtained elsewhere lo CloarucIJ
4r-Stos on Market street, next door to Hon.
Alexander Irrin's rcsidunoc.
GOODFEI.LOW A P0!,
janlOif ApsU for M. rllece A Oo,
Valuable Tomo Lots For Sale.
I have under my control a bomber of Town
Lois, 4a Unit VlearDeld, being au by ZtO feet,
convenienily laid out, with streets and alleys,
which are now offered for salt. These lota are
situated in Lawrence township, adjoining Clear
Held borough on tbo east, and north of tbt town
ship road leading from Clearfield to Rult. Owen
Persons wishing to purchase oaa louuirt of A. M
Hills, or at tbo otfioa of tbt uaderr igncd, where a
oorrect plot of tbt lots can be seen, witb terms of
1- tfillU II L'I'I L'.ilJtk
fti. i at V At a.1 4a) eT Ulif UHVi
mcbl9 Sm Attorney at Law.
4 (L ATI POWELL'S.)
For all diieasei Incident to Horses, Cattle, aad
11 u man Flesh, req-'.rlng iht ust of aa
This Enibrooaiion was txttnsivtly aitd by
tht QoTtrnmtnt during the war.
For salt by B arts wick A Irwlr, Clearfield
Joseph R. Irwin, Curwensvills. Daniel Uood-
ander. Latntrsburg. .. j
Attention, Lumbermen !
"WT"" oow Bjanutnrturing our IMPROVKD
f STKKIj SOt KET DKIYlINti CAM
HOOKS, superior to any other In uie. i bavt
alto in ttock a large quantity of Canihooks suita
ble for railing purposes, which wt art selling
oneap lor eavn. amua u. stc.Ani.
Clearllcld, I'a., Mareh U, IH7J.
TOSEP11 H. KOWLES, Justioo of
f I tht Peace and (Scrivener in the upper end of
Law re nee townrbip. Collections mult and money
promptly pam over. F run.a-iy
OF Tl(fi 0IIEAI'
REDUCTION Of PRICES I
1Y H. POKTEB SHAU'. l. I. Ut
important' T,nL7lrfi ' . ..
'. Kutiiig suoceeiitd In gelling lighter teriiTou
matiTial, hunue (be low and modtrmtt obargu for
purtial mnd full acts of Tteth. I use tho beat
manafacturo of teeth and .other materia 1. All
operations ri'gislured aud warranted Ut flvt icf
vice and sati.. notion.
Friends, reileot thn( my fibargea'for the Insor
tlon of arti flotal aud tho saving of tho naturnf
tt.ulh are now Uio most ruaaoualle lu PenusyWanlu'i
Pretiorva your teeth aud u preserve your health
Put ling of tht nttural tei-tb Id a healthy, pre
servative rttid meful tonditloo Is wads a apooialry.
blseaaee and malformation motibob to tbt mouth(
aw and as too late purls, are treated and corrected
witb lair success. c.xamioailoaa and oonsuila
il would bt wall for iiatieats from a distance to
lot mo know by wall a few dayt befurt coming
to the office.
It It very fuiporUnt that children between (Lb
age of six tod twtlrt years sbguJd have thtlr
AnwNthotlos art tduilnUUrvd and Teeth ro-
moved w Ilk out pain,
Ilsiotitioii ami tbnnvtif art judged by all
tho world by tbt expressions uf tlLt foot, bene
bow vory disustrous may It thon-fore be for p
tons to Indulge an expression of distorted features,
tvau tunrt from a bvgicaie .lew Now, to enjoy
natural uot artifleiiJ) eooiforta and pleasures,
rt'spcoi auuuuoy u:i(urai simpiioiiicn kou inminoai
p, rum rn riiah, u. u. n.
0fl.ee lo New Musuaie Uullding. Heound strcrt
Clearfleld, Pa. f.UU'73
Pb. a. 41. 1IILI.S
Wt.nld n to his pitllcntrand ttie'ruW.
lie Kenerallr, that, naviug dl.tolsed pannersbin
wiin lie. Knew, lie Is ai duinj llier entire work
of bis tiUiee bimself, stitlut iialienU uei not fear
being pat under tne nana, ni but uuier operator,
I'luarDeiii, atarea 2u, las-pnuuioutd
J. M. STEWAET, D.' D. S.,
-v'. Offlfro ovorlrwlu's Pruj Btoro, '
. CL'BW ENSVILLE, PA.
All dental operations, either in tht mechanical
oroperatiie branch, promptly attended lu aad
satisfaction guaranteed. Hpoeial attention paid
to tbe treat m out of diseases of tbo natural teeth,
gums and mouth. Irrejulaxity of tuo ttt-th tuo
cositfully corrected. Tet-tb extracted without pit in
by the ust or r.tner, and anmeiai ietn lnserttoi
of the best material and warranted to render aat
L 1 I
ptACH IN LUROPCI
; OH EAT EXCITEMIa.S'T a ' "
The bloody contest between franoc and Prussia
is at an end for the prcst nt, so far as tbe slaugh
tering of men and the destruction of "property it
eouoerned. The .loyal Jugsflert no doubt pridu
themselvtia and rejoice over the result, but bow
lu significant Is their work when compared with
fcbt humane and christian efforts of'
l. m. coudrii:t,
wbo bat undertaken to supply all tbe oitisens In
tbo lower end of the county with food tjiid raitocnl
at exceeding low rates froin bis mummoth store In
M ri.hoN Bli RG, where bo can alwayt be fton.l
ready to wait ujtoa tailert and tupply thoia witU
Dry Goods of all Kinds,
Such at Cloths, Satinetta, Tasaiinervs, Muslin.
sUclaincs, Liueo, Jtnllugs, Calicoes,
Trimmings, Ribbons, -Lact,
Ready-made Clothmr. Boots and Hboct, flatxandl
Caps all uf the beat material and made to order-"
Host, books, Uio vet, oi it tens, Lc, nth twos, tfo.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Coffee, Tea, 6ugar, Rice, Uotaates, Fish. Salt.
rora, (vinstva un, rua vu, uarnoa uu,
Herd wart, Queens ware, Tiuware, Castins Plowt
and Plow Castinifs, Nails, Hp ikes. Corn Cultira
tors, t'idar Presses, and all kinds of Axes:
Perfumery, Paints, Varclph, Glass, and a gtLtral
MutTtaitmt wf BfiUwerav
Of different brands, always on hand, aud wHJba
told at the lowost poss.blt figures,
LIQUORB, such at Brandy, Wine, Oip, Whisky,
Jaynt'i Medicines, Hosteller's and
llootland's Bittart. -
6000 iwuodt of Wool wanted for which tho
highest prict will bt paid, Ctoversoed oa hand
and for tale at tbt lowest market prlao.
Also. Agent for glxattoaVille and CurwentrUlo
tti- Call and sec for yourselves; You Vltl find
everything usually kept In a retail stow,
L. M. COUPRIITF.
Frenehrille P. 0., March L, 137 1.
rpil E CLEA KFIKLD CO. .NORMAL
J iC WOOL, fur the present year, will be held
in the borough of Curwensrille, jowtnenoing o
MONlJAY, MAY 6th, and continuing tor a toraa
of twelrt weeks. -
Tatnui or tcitios,
For Instructions In Orthography, BlocilUoa,
English (Jratnmsr with Analysis, IJciira
phy, Writ! on and Mental Arithmetic, V. s),
11 1 tit ry and Theory of Teaching $3 00
Tlula and OruauieutaJ Penmansbip, Draw
log, Book Keeping and Business Corroe-
pundenoe 3 CO
Vooal Musio, Natural Piitlosopbf, Algebra,'
Geometry, Wins oration, Latin, ticrmaaM 1 00
Total 't.',.....:$Q 60
Boarding can bo procured at reason ablt ratct.
Good rooms and good apparatus havt bur ft pro
cured for tho work; also, two assistant ttiaci)ess
one of whom will give intrutioiis in 1'rntBsni'hip.
The other in Voeal Mnoie, Elocution, Oeographr,
U. 6. History and Orthagraphy. I intend teach
ing tht remaining b ranches, and hope tht work
will bt so conducted as to be of profit to those at
tending. Persons who dcrirc further Inftrinrnttoa
oan obtain It by addressing
JNO. A. UREGORY, Co. 0trpU
Clearfield, March 19, 1873.
REPOKT OK THE AUDITOR
of Cor in ct on townhip for 137J(
Anthony Oett and Augustus Multoa, Softerrliiow
of Covington township, in aeoount wiUi Road
fund of said township for le7?,
To amount of tat lovied for 187 IV 4hft ftn
To anntuul of ua seated dm wo.., 310 04
To order oa township treasurer..., 10 Stf
Total... 7nu OT
Ry amount of work dne
By old orders paid
My per etntage dupltoU..,.
By time making settlement......
Dais net dut owu9bfp.
Joha Varlot, Oreraeer of the Pooaof Covingtow
lAfwntbip.ln aoeount with the Poor fund of salt!
township for lo72,
To amount of duplicate ft
By bill of goods for Peter Mmtth, pa a per, (1 7i
By order of Mro. Keeit for boarding Pottr
8mltb, pauper ....;....... 10 ft
By bill o I foods for Tutor Bmitb, pauner. 31 30
By two davt service 4 00
Hy per entrtte on dupitoatt........ II s4
By dupltostt and making out the samt.. f
By otieday at tottlemeat 3 Oft
By exonerations 9b
Balance dut townihip....,- 10 id
Total 2 0 t
We, tbe undersigned Auditors of CoTlngton
lownsbip, having examined tho accounts of Aa
tbony Oett aud August na Mulson, Huptrtltort,
aad Jubn Variot, Overseer of the Poor, of taid
township, for 173, Ind them as ahov slated.
JOHN J. PICARD,
Attest! D. O. Gioa, Clerk. AuJitort,
Cotingtoa township, April 9, 1973-lt.
-VfOTlCE TO TRIisiPAr.HH'-Allptr.
i 1 sons art hereby ran tinned against cutting
or la way damaging timber, or ending lash polas,
)in woo a or swim, or in any oiar stay testroy
ng timber or treinaisiac an the pnmiatt of
Ornom A Dirker, lhoust tlroom or VTsa. S.
Dickey, la Beotaria tow a hip, near WhlUner ran,
as tht law will bt at i icily enforced agaiatt sail
wbo art caught trespassing. And all person
banking timtwr or logs oa property of tlroom
Dickey, aearWaltmer ran, on ClmrBold orteh.
will tahtwotlct that all bank rcat must bo paj
befure tht timber caa Ik move I off tht bank.
WM. H. DICKEY A FOV
feblBSia For UROOM A DU'KEV.
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