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OEORGE B. GOODLANDER,
1DITUR KD raoraiiron.
. - CLEARFIELD,' Ta.
WEDNESDAY MORNINO. NOV. 11, 18T3.
' The Late Election.
The first Tuesday of November was
glorious "field day" for tbo Demo
crats. The old ."Union Savers", on
that day routed Radicalism io New
York, "Virginia and Wisconsin, and so
badly crippled its foroes in Kansas
loyal, blooding Kansas and in Min
nesota and Massachusetts, that thoy
will nover recover again, exceptin tbo
latter Slate, where their fiitbers oscd
to bang women for being witches, cut
the tongues out of tho mouths of Quak
ers, so they could not preach, and
banished Roger Williams and bis
Baptist friends and drove tbetn among
the savages of tbe forest. In a local
ity of this kind, it will take Democ
racy a long time to take root, How
ever, we have but little doubt but that
in a fuw years more bigotry and fa
naticism will be driven to -tho wall
won in that benighted Stnto.'
The reader may ask, why , is it that
' Ohio, Now York, Maryland, Virginia
and all the States of the Norlh-wost,
tiro forsaking Radicalism and voting
the Democratic tickot, and yet Peon
nylvuuia still adheres to its Radical
Idols r Inero aro so vera I reasons
for this. ; "The Pennsylvania Dutch,"
as we are called, always move slow
ly. This arises from our conser
vative character. More, our State
was among the last to elect Demo
cratic State officers previous to tho
brcakiug out of Mr. Seward's.'Irre
IfjsMble Conflict." Nearly all the
other Northorn States bad embraced
Radicalism from three to five years
bofore "the Pennsylvania DutclTwcnt
over. It is thoreforo quite natural
that our State should be the last to
forsake tbe Radical heresies and turn
prodigal, after eating husks for twelvo
jears. rauenco, render. jcxt tall,
when the peoplo will be called apon
- to elect Congressmen, you will soo tbe
Commonwealth, of Pennsylvania give
tbe Credit Mobiliors such a trimming
as no set of publio robbers evor re
Just look at Kansas, Illinois, Min
nesota and Wisconsin, where thore
was scarcely any Democrats for ten
years past. They this full nearly
turned things upside down for the
Radical hosts, notwithstanding that
all the powers of Giant's Adminis
tration and that of the State was
Wieldod against tbo Democrats. Our
victory in Wisconsin is truly wonder
ful, and by noxt fall Michigan, Min.
nesota, Illinois, Kansas and Iowa,nill.
follow Ohio, Indiana and Wisconsin.
The Domo'crats and those Republicans
Who Ore ODDOSed to Credit Mnhilinr
frauds and Salary Grabs, will hare a
t large mnjority in tho Kansas Legis
lature and will thoroby. secure tbo
' two United States Senators,- in the
room of Pomeroy and Caldwell, "who
wero expollod for fraudulent transac
tions. The political tide has turned
Hl yi ...
.1 wo years irom tins date will not
find a Radical Governor in office in
iwiy State of the Union, outside of
'JNew England, and perhaps only In
Massachusetts. Statesmon will again
oe brought to tbe surface, aftor exper
imenting for twolvo years with hum
i m m
U IVorthu Example.
-. Recent investigations, mado by the
Canadian .Parliament, establish the
fuct that the pnited States is not the
only territory where"Chrietinn States
men" combine to rob and plundor tho
people of their lands, through Credit
Mobilicr and railroad schomcs. It
appears that our neighbors across
the bordor bavo boon imitating Ames,
Colfax, Scofleld & Co., and liko them,
have boen caught. But unliko our
statesmon, every member of the Ca
nadian government implicated in the
railroad frauds recently brought to
light by an Investigation, bns rosigned
or loft tho Dominion for a more conge
nial climate. Jlut horo all tho rob
bers, except the dead ones, are getting
ready to take their seals in Congress
for another lease of two years, and on
and aftor tho first Monday in Decora
tor next, our own member, Scofleld,
and Kelly, the Philadelphia patriot,
and their confederates, can be seon
occupying Beats in Congross as com
plaoently as though they had novor
porjurod themselves, or robbed tbe
peoplo of a dollar, whilo the Cunadian
resigns or flees.
A Candid Confession. Tbo Phil
adolphia Press of the Ctb in alluding
to the defeat of its party and the til-
mph of the Democracy at ttte Into
election, blundered on tho following
snort slop: , ,
"Bat It It Melon I thai ear jn to lh fact
that within th lilt year ninny abala her bean
trough! to light which, while thoy era not prop,
orly chargeable to Iho Itepubllnaa parly, hare
implicated nuailiort of III loading mnnngen, and
io. eeunacneo 01 too
, "We told yoo so," nnd were fight.
mg it out "on UintJino all summer,"
yot, you never- opened .your mouth
until aftor tho elections woro over.
Tho people will hardly thank you
now for coming to tho (rout, after the
battle i ever. " '
It is said there ore 85,000 workmen
to Philadelphia wh4 are out of employ
went.' And yot tliry allow Addition.
I'Wr.n, and ?i!enc t boar swsy
Ms. Ibi t1V ' '
,id I r
Our .rational Vegradatlon.
Although tbo laws of trado and
commorco are as siinplo, fixod and un
alterable as tbe laws of animal lifo,
fow seem to have etudiod the formor,
and none appear to practice thoin at
this day. To attempt to carry on
business and trado successfully with
out money not a roprosontative it
as fallacious and dangorous to com
mercial transactions a, to try to live
and enjoy good health without breath
ing pure air.
Tbe physioian who would prevent,
or oppose the circulation of pure air
to tho chamber of bis pationt, would
be denounced as a quack, or a vory
poor doctor, if not charged with tbo
promaturo death of his patient.
Now, what is to bo thought of the
economist who attempts to drivo a
honvy business without monoyf If
tbe economist would be pronounced a
humbug, what shall we say of thoso
at the bead of publio affairs, who
practice the same folly ? .'
If It takes no more wisdom to rcgu-
lato trade and commerce, than It docs
a sick room, why has this young, vig
orous and prosperous nation of ours
beon rushed into the vortex of uni
versal bankruptcy, to the degradation
of every citizen In it ? The individual
must be very blind and stupid, if ho
does not coroprohond and see that our
government has fallen into the hands
of a set of political gamblers and
frcobootcrs, and the injuries which
they have entailed upon all classes,
by tbo infamous policy that those at
the head of the National and State
governments bavo pureucd tbo past
ton years, in its results has beon as
detrimental to the prosperity of tbo
country and tho happiness of its peo
ple as it is possiblo to make thorn,
short of an epldcmio or ascourgo.
The American Congress has for six
years past been practicing a speoios
of brigandago upon our people, never
exceeded by their Spanish allies In
their most prosperous days. In fuct,
it seems as though our publio servants
supposed that the government was In
stituted for their special or personal
bencfit.if tho actions of tbe leadors Of
tho mnjority party in the Cabinet and
Congress is to be taken as an index.
Those in authority not only rob the
people of their lands and secrets their
raonoy, but they have morally do
bauched both Church and State. Rob
beries and perjury is woll nigh the
rule, and not the exception. They
have inaugurated a system of
finance and banking which is nothing
more nor less than refined gambling,
and sot as though the whole power of
the government must be used for the
behoof and benofit of such publio rob
bers as Jay Cooke and Henry Clews
k Co.; pratically subverting the gov
ernment and making it an engine of
oppression, instead of protecting the
people, as was designed by its found
ers. . '
The financial maneuver at Wash
ington must demonstrate to the world
the fact that the men at the head of
public affairs are unfit to manage any
thing, except a 300 per cent.- Credit
Mobilior arrangement, or to double
and grab their own salaries.
The idea of a great government
liko ours promising each of its em
ployes $5 in coin, throe weeks before
it was due, and tbon when pay day
comes around, learns that its Treas
ury contains r,Q coin, and it must for
foil Its word, is truly a financial "stun
nor." This last economical stretch
was probably the groatest (!) finan
cial measure that has beon attempted
for mnny years, and this lust effort of
the National Administration to re
sume spcoie payments looks more like
an effort on tho part of boys than of
statesmen, and chows conclusively
how littlo these men have studied the
system of financos uphold by Adam
Smith and other dead men, whoso
views are wholly discarded and thiw
last magnificent schomo brought to
light. The only trouble about It,
scorns to have beon tho insufficiency
of silver in the Treasury; but then,
as a scientific domonatraior onoo re
marked under similar circumstances
"If tho experiment Is a failuro, the
principle Is right." Wo nro sorry that
tbe scheme did not succeed, for. the
concoctor had Intontly set his heart
upon it. So sanguine wns ha "on this
point, that the proper instructions as
to tho manner of paying out tbo cov
eiou coin wore given to tho various
persons who bad this high duty to
porfonn. And warming op, uudor
tho mngnitudo of tbe project, tho
same great (.1) mind that incubated
and gave life to the Ides, magnsni
mously, and In a self sacrificing spirit,
declared "that tho govornmont will
" hot iindcrlako to control the dispo-
" silion of tho coin after it is thus paid
'.' out, but that it then becomes tho
" property of the holders, who may
" do whnt thoy please with it." Qh
What a hcritngo for America or any
other country I Wbothor tho lan
guage quoted is that of the Director
of the Mint, or the groat Finance
Minlstor or tho Cabinet, or tbo
Mighty Llyssos, himself, wo do not
know; but this grand concession to
the peoplo cannot fail to be regarded
by all luture gcnorationsas the crown
Ing glory of Grant's Administration,
as well as tho dontb of Cscsarism
Jlut what aro we to think of the
pestiferous newspaper reporters, who,
by tho "prcmaluro. publicity' of this
grand Cecal ' policy ' prevonled
its timely coniunimatloD. Maledic
tions terrible, nnd catamites diro and
sure, should full upon their inconsid
erate hoads, for thus interfering nnd
uptetling this grand government
scheme. For Vast benefits might have
resulted from this groat finutioiul pro
ject, which cannot now, as a matter
of course, be enumerated thoy are
forever tost In the' Hniilles field of
conjecture. This much, howovor, is
ccrtuiuly known. Under tho inspi
ration of tho scheme, a silver ten cent
pieoo was paid to a street car conduc
tor tu New York, and ho did not so
much as bite it, credulously rocolvod
it and returned tho change. Olhor
instances bavo doubtless ocuurrod,but
as tbe work, gooi on, wo trust the
government will he caroful to whom
it payssilvor, though It scorns to bo
falling in value and into the hands of
the right kind of people, who pay it
out promiscuously. Let as however
not be too captious and proud. We
owe all this to Mr. Richardson and
President Grant. I3ut seriously, was
thore ever such a farce contemplated
as this scbome ion tbe part of tho gov
ernment to inaugurate specie pay'
raont by paying 85 in silver to its em
ployes, wbila bankruptcy prevails ev
erywhere f Tho failure, howovor, is
as completo as the scheme was .Insiu
core. It was a piece of strategy for
the purpose of provonllng a general
financial breaking down nntil the Oo
tobor and Novembor elections were
over, oxactly In keeping with Credit
Mobilior nod Salary Grub' transac
tddres of the State Centennial
To the Members of the County Centen
nial Committees and tht Public :
j -Although it has been doomed best
to relax the efforts of tho Committoe
tor a time, owing to the financial
troubles, it is hoped that the impres
sion may not bo created that tho pro
grumuio as horotofuro set forth is not
to be followed up to a successful re
sult. The State, exclusive of the City
of Philadelphia, will bo looked to for
not less than ?500,0'J(l, and so soon as
business prospect brighten, the dibi ts
heretofore employed io that end will
be resumed with all tho increased en
ergy that the circumstances may do
mund. Meanwhile, it i expected that
County Committees will adopt all pre
liminary steps to lollow up tho work
The honor nnd diirnily of tho notion
in tho judgmotit of this Committee,
aro seriously involved in this noble
enterprise. Through the acts of Con
gress, nnd tho proclamation of the
President, the intention on tho part
ot tho l niton Malos to have a grand
cxiiioiuou in uirmountrark in 1P7U
of an International character, has not
only boen presented to our own eitl
7.on, but to those of all olbercivilised
nations, and through tho State De
panment at tt ashington foreign cov-
ernmcnts have boon invited to partic
ipate. It is apparent, thoreforo, that
nothing short ot carrying out this in
tontion in a manner belli ting a great
nation will save tbe peoplo ot the
United States and their government
from great humiliation, and tho char
acter j our country from roproueh.
Pennsylvania, honored by being
soloutcd for the location of this groat
unueriuKiiig, will never sutler herself
to bo reproached for not consummat
ing what she has ocean as to the me
morial building for tho uses of the Ex
hibition. - With such a stake before
us, the Committoe are confident no
thoughtful citizen, whether in public
or private uio, will lull to do bis part
iu mis nouie worn.
Chairman Rtote Centeoainl Ekui.v Com.
CtUBiiES B. .Norton, Hcc'v.
Some of tbe creditors of the bank
ing firm of Wm. M. Lloyd k Co. held
a meeting in Altoona, on tho 8th, to
agroo upon a plun ot concert of action
Tho following statomcnt was submit-
led to the meeting i . .
itirimn sr Asirrt ami iuiilitim o . .
LLOTD A CO. o
TJIlll DlKoantid ; 31,(5 47
Judgoutaot llonda aul tMortgagvi. 65,110 00
Bunk aail other Hlooki , 01
Hanking llouaa anl Lot 30,000 00
Dal Irani golrrot llanklaod Banker! J.1.7 H 70
L I Iniora.no Cortlllcato. 00
lain and lh IMiol M 16.77J SO
Io ltaluioa. ...t 1,047 o
$01,t l 4
. 575.1hl 43
Duo Individual Dapoiilorl
lino Bankiand llnokorl
.. I7,24 S3
The loss by Lloyd, Hamilton b Co.,
3ow lork, is covered by iiai.lc capital
rn.Fi.ra i-iaaiL jutats,
Coal landi in fifitnrri't, C'aoibria
" and riearftfld
Ore landl.Fultim anil lilairoountlM,
inurcit in two farmial Boll'aMlllr,
" " Lk-y.l, McCulej D.kor
" " Mr a. 1 nnmaa' farm,, "
" " Utaiior farm,
" " lineman farm, .
M " (iintor'i hi-ira larm, "
" " Jlowrjr liiia
" " Ciauier loll,
llftmntcad nnd groundr,
Other huei and lot, J
Landiin Kantucky, Mliionrl, own
Nrbrnfka, lllinuip,U iiooniin,an
. Wail Virginia 3J.0J7 toraa,
-Alter reading-tho statement &lr.
liluir called attention to the exhibit.
showing tho solvency of tbe houso.and
alluded to the fact that while all the
son thorn and wontern lands had boon
put in at tW.SO per ucro, much of It
was worth $10.00 or more per acre,
unn nono loss man i.'.ow pt,r acre.
Prom thin the creditors could dis
cover that the statement wus not in
flated lor the purpose of making a
show of figures. II also referred to
the Impossibility of disposing of securi
ties, ouilocting discount puier, or dis
posing of real esiato at the prcsont
timo, except at ruinous saoriliuos, or
distressing ot debtors, and he offered
tho following proposition of Mr. Lloyd
to his crodilors for an extonsion of
timo In which to inako aottlemont, the
proposition extending also to the cred
itors of the houses at He d ford and Kb
ensburg, as whilo tho houses at those
points wero ablo to tako euro of their
creditors, yet boing conncctod indl
vidually with tho Alloonn houso, It
was necessary that they also concur:
1 Ai.Tnonn, NoTomhor , 1R7.1.
To Iho crodilora of W. M. U.td, IMforil, Wm.
M. l.lod t Co., Altoona, and Llurd k Co., Kb
nihurg, llariug beon nhllgod Io lotpond builneii ton
dueled l.r mo nndrr tbe nbora Samoa, 1 reapoct
fulljr Invito jonr osmideraUon of to (ullowing
prupoiitlun i '
1. I propoao lo pav lo ihi laid vredllon doht
nnd Intoroit in full twenty per coat in one roar,
thirty ier cel.t. In lwoyara,lwoiity-aroporoont.
in tbrro yean nnd twentT-lTo nor aent. in t...
yean (rum lh nonopiatioo of thli proposition.
S. lammui-h aa I own largo amount f real
eilalo, and many trodilora might bo willing lo
pun hair portion! of it In parniriit of lh nmounta
dno them, who mtghlnolothorwiao wiah lopmoh
aoa, I reque-1 your eonxnt Untl I uii(ht ho per.
mitttd to mako ouch lalvi.
J. Hbrto cerlificatei It held Uiey shall to
marked ''extended her Buraemeni." ar lurmt.
dertiand sow oaea Uiued.
Emigration from Kneland is belnir
turned souihword. A flonrishlnir eo -
ony has boon established at Staunton.
in ins ocuuvuui una imilq Valley ofl
The Philadelphia HIhk nanti.
The People's lhitilt of Philadelphia
Is commonly reputed to bo tho Ring
bunk. It is largely owned and main
ly controlled by tho notorious W. II.
Kemblo tho author of tho prineiplo of
addition, division, and silence ut up
pliod to political finances. It was in
corporated Feb, 25, 1870, with a capi
tal .of only (100,000 It is merely t
bank of deposit nnd disoount, having
no authority to issue notcs. In lis
capital and the amount of business It
controls, it Is one of the smallest banks
in the city. Hut the following state
ment will show that in the disribution
of publio favors it manages to secure
tbe lion's share. Tho table eppendod,
made up from official sources, shows
the balances of Stnto money on (W ft
In the sovoral banks of Philatlef
on the first day of each mouth in 1873
up to July; , ,j
I'oople'l... 1 07,3 U. 51
1'arm. A Mei-b'l .
Union llank Co.
' fan-, Anrit. '
67,1157. 0 ol',4S6.(
i, us. 11 sv.ouai
Feoplo'l 411,677.37 8lU,li2.37 310,000.00
Corn Kichanga 71,0.11.03 102,407.03 00,000.00
Farm. A Moon. t,l(..l3 0S,76.S 3,.'la3.4
Union Bank Co. 81,111 1 !H,l;V.17 71,371,3
unc. July ii
Cen. Mat 1S,00.M '' ' '
Hooplo'l,,,, 414,207.41 .
Corn Kxehang 100,000.00 .
Varm. A Mech, 37,o2.
Thus It atipoars that this insicnlfi-
ennt Ring lank always has inoro of
me oiuio uiuiivy hi us vunro 1,I1BI.
any olbor bank, and frequently bat
more tbnn all the oilier banks of the'
city combined. In the month of April
last it had nearly twico as much n all
the others put together; whilo in tho
month of July, whiuh Is the last state
ment 1 have been able to obtain, its
proportion was nearly as great. If it
wero the strongest and healthiest in
stitutlon in tho city, there would be
no serious objflttion to this arrange
ment; but it is a Mute inHbliition
that Is, it draws Its vitality as a cor
poration from tho State. ' Its charter,
which was approvod Feb. 20, 1870,
contains tuts provimon :
Skc. 11. That the stockholders shall
be personally liahlu to an uinouat
equal to the capital stock in addition
thereto; and this charter shall cwi
tinuo for twenty years. ,
I am informed that it was found
necessary to Insert this section in tbe
original bill Id secure its passage.
liul twenty days alter tbo charter had
becomo a law with tho above very
proper provision, a supplemental til
was smuggled through the LegtHlaluir
and approved by Gov. Goary Marcb
17, 1870, which provides:
Sec. 1. That so much of the act to
which this Is a supplement aa providts
that the stockholders in tho said banV
shall be individually tiablo, shall 4c
construed to mean such liability u
every rospect, and no other, as is in
posed upon stockholders of banks ii
the act entitled "an act rcinlatirv
banks, approved April 10, 1800, pri
Sic. 32. The stockholders of ovcry
sucn tank, in addition to the corno
ato liability, shall be jointly liable Id
tno creuuors oi said bank, berny nott
holders, in their individual capacities
lor tho amount ot all notes issued.
Hero, then, Is tbo littlo joker. Tb
Peoples Rank issues no notes, ani
thcreforo there is no responsibility at
Inching to tho stockholders boyonl
the amount of stock they havo paid it.
Iho bank has a nominal capital ot
100,000. Of this there may have
been only ton per cent, paid in. Rut
if tbe whole sum hus been paid in it
represents less than 25 per cent, of the
amount of Stalo funds entrusted to its
keeping in July last. In olhor words,
supposing the Stato deposit to bo as
large to day as it was on tbo first of
July last, and there is no reason to
supposo it to bo any less, Mr. Kemble
and his associate arithmeticians might
ciose tne concern to-night, appropri
ate not merely the Slti.OOO of State
deposits, but whatever other money
might bo lound iu the vaults, and all
that could bo rocovered by any pro
cess of law would be tho tlOO.oOO
which represents the capital of the In
stitution. Is not this a model institu
tion to which to entrust the funds of
tho Commonwealth fX Y. Sun.
raid the Penally.
Nolson K. AVado, tbe murdcror of
Mr. and Mrs. Mclirido, near Williams
poi t, on tho 23d of July last, was bung
in that city ou tho tilh. Un that
morninif he ate a hearty breakfast at
sixo'clovk. . Reconverted freely about
tho murder, and said that tho only
thought that troubled him wus whetli-
or tho old folks bo murdered are in
heuveu, or not. lis said be would dio
cumo. At uino o'clock bo asked the
.Sheriff at wbul hour tho execution
would tako plaoo? Tho Sheiilf in
formed him between 10 and 8 o'clock.
Wuo replied ho wished bo would
hurry up, us ho had mado nn cnngo
ineiit to dine in bell wiih the dovil.
At 1 40 1'. M. an attempt was mudo
to bung bini, and the drop was knocked
out, but the rope beintf too long bis
loot struck tho ground, and be was
slightly choked. In this position be
remained slioulinir "O Lord, have
mercy I". The rope then came off bit
neck, and bib body fell over heavily
on the ground. Jiis body was carried
upon the scuflold, and aftor a long de
ny in arranuinir the rope tbe uton
whs attain nullciil. tin lull this lima
leas than tinea feet, his iramt boing
vioiunuy comgi'icu, ana be seemed to
bo struggling with death, JJ is pulse
oountiuued to beat for seven minutes.
Alter hanging for twcnly-sovon min
utes his body was placed in colli u
and given to his friends.
The Into triumph on tbo part of lbs
Democrats in so many'of the 8lates,
ha brought moro roosters to tbo sur
face than we bavo soen for many
years. Iho rooster business most be
a paying ono for the typo founders
this full. Woll, they may as well gtV
a lot ready for noxt fall, for Pennsyl
vania. J hero will be some tall crow
ing dono iu this Stale about this time
noxt year. ,''
Thb Stokm Jubt. One of the
tirors, who rendered the verdict In
favor of Stokes, bas beon found miiltv
of listening to, and engaging in, ini.
proper conversation during the course
of tho trial, lie went, in tho custody
of an oftleer, to various haunts of vlco
St night whilo the trial was going on,
whore he was approached and ottered
money. Whether ho actually took a
bribo was not discovered. It Is rea
sonable lo supposo that he and others
of tho Jury wero bribed, and that tho
officer, who had them In chargo,
wero lbs agents of corruption. Tho
uror in question was Hoed nnd im
prisoned, j his autgusliiig revolution
Is a titling torminnticn of this celt-
bratcd vao, j
wiLiiaa A. wallacm. pA'in b annus.
aanr r. wat-iacs. joh w. wuitii.ar.
WALLACE & KREBS,
, (Suwriion to Wallace A Fielding,)
11-1173 Clcai held, Pa.' ,
Will sttond to nil kuiiniii antruited to hit
ptomptly nnd faithfully. ovlt'7S
piAUTION. All porioni aro eaulionod lot
yf io nuranao or modulo won a now la pome,
aion of Uiohard Swarti, no iha helougi to me.
Born . JAMES W. fULTUX.
1.8 N Y D E R ,
. - ASO malm 1.1, .
t Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
, UrtAam'i Boh, Varlttt Slrttt,
. t LEABl'lEl.U, PA. ,
S'l kiodi of repairing in my lint promptly at-
ten led t".
A DMlNINTRATtiB a SUTICKKotloo
XX hereby (iron Ihnt letter! of ad
lh ettalo of JOHN HOS8. Sa.. lata of
It'll tnwmhlp, ClcarOeld oonnly. Pa., dooeaacd,
having born duly granted to tit nndorilgnod, all
Eriuni Indebted to laid oitaU will pleaee uaka
imodlato payment, nnd thon having olnimi or
Irmnadi will preient thtn proporly authwtleated
r.iiticmcni wiinout uoiay.
JOHN II. ROBS,
Oifind, Nor. 12, 1873. Adminiitrator.
"weekly, semi wekklt and iTaVlvT
TUB WEEKLY BI N la too widely known to
r-quir any eitanded reoommoodation t but tbe
rteionl wbirh bavo already given il fifty thoui
d inbiorlbori, nnd which will, wo hope, girt It
nan; tkouiaadi more, ar bri.flj ai follow! :
It Ii a, firat-rata nawapaper. All the newa of
ti day will bo found in it. oondeoied wbeo un
iaportant, at full length when of moment, and
nwayi pronnted in a lliar, InKlligihl and in
treinag manner. ,
It li a llrit-rata family paper, full of entertain
Itg and initranlr reading of rery kind, but
ouitaining nothing that can offend iho moil del
icto and icrupuloui taite.
U II s IrU-rato Itory poper. Tbo bolt tutel
aid romancei of oornaol htoratura ar oarcfully
acectoil and Irgibly printed ia iti page,
tt II a flrM-rato agricultural paper. The molt
frnb and in.traetire nrtlolol on agrleultaral top.
iei regularly ai-near in tbll department. ,
Il iian independent political paper, belonging
I no party and wearing no collar. It fljrhta for
principle aou me oiootion or tno noil men to or-tii-o.
It ovporially devotee In enrriirt to tbo x-
poeuro of tho great oorrupliom that now weaken
and dl'graee our country, and threaten to under
mine rt-puhliean Inititutinni altogether. It hai
no lear of knarta, and tiki no fovori from tboir
It rrporti lb faiblona for tbo ladlei and the
oiaiaeii nr tno men, eineeiaily toe oattlo mar
keta, to which it pari particular atlontios.
finally, it i the ebon pen paper published. One
dollar a year will iceuroit for any lul aeribor.
It ii not nroeiiary to jrot np a elub io order to
hare TUB WKEKKI.Y Sl'.N at tbii rat. Any
one who irndi a lingia dollar will gel tho paper
M'a bar no traveling agonta.
TIIH WKKKI.Y HUWK!gbt pagoi, ffty.
oixeolamni. Only lldlUi year. Ko duooaati
from tbif rate. - ,
Tim HKMI-V ETKI.Y SU".-S.m alae
aa the Daily Sen. HUH) a year. A dioeoanl
of tilt per ernl. on elahi of 10 or oror.
1 llti llAll.r HJS A largo fonr pago nawa
paper of twenty-tight oolumni. Pally oinulation
oror ltO.IMU, All lb nowi for oento. Kub
orlption priee 6U oent a muath, or SG.OO a
year. T clubi of lit or over, a duwoant of SO
Or eent Andrei.,
onset "THR fir; N, New York City
JEW ADVERTISEMENT I
T. A. FLECK & CO.
would announce tba they ar sow opening for
tbo Pll Haaaoa the mt atlractir and aomploto
lock of . r
Millinery and Faney Goods
ror before ogorod In Clearfield. In our Fancy
Uoodi Pepartmoat wo aio offering full linoi of
all of which we ar offering at attracllr prim.
Wo are now opening tho laleil itylii ud norel-
un ior mo i an ooaaoa.
BONNETS, : ,
' Qats, ,'
1 FLOWERS, Ac. '
0US TRIMMING DEP1ETMENT
! In charge of a Brit-elan Trimmer from tb ltj.
It' lollelt an Impootlon of our itylol by tb
ladlai of Clearfield and vicinity.
Stem room tho nam ai now oooupleA by Wm.
Reed, on Market Itroet.
no.l 71 T. A. FLECK A CO.
C. D WATSON,
' DEALKIt IN
DRUGS & PATEXT MEDICIES,
. CONFECTIONEH1E3, '
TOYS AND TANK KB NOTIONS,
FINE ThiAB A ROASTED COFrBlt,
BEST BRA5I TOBACCO A SFtlABfrr
ctCIIOOL UOOKH STA1 IONBBI,
w..i- niiji- mj IIinhI. ' k
deottl tt , t CLEARFIELD, FA.V 1
grj iSoodj, Cromlfi, tStf.
TOrtKKEEPERS," ATTENTION 1
W doair to aall poor attention to our eaienelt o
Commliilon banineaa and to our feollliia fur die-
noolng of mob produce aa onr ooniignon none sf.
Having a largo trad with olty itorei, wa sr w
abtod lo make ouiok roturni. at full nrioel.
: Kiorekoopon baring Chlokeni, liuttor, Igg i,
or otner produce, will a woll to giro a a iriei
Wher Urooorlei ar takaa is achang, ao oom
miiaiua will ba charged.
. .. . 8. 1. KlltK.BON A CO.,
Wboloial flrooerf nod Uommieiloa Marohanta,
No. ISO North Third St., Philadelphia. aorlSy
JItATZEB k LYTLE,
, . , MARKET STRICT,
. i ;
I Doaleri ht ' '
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Hardware and Quf.ensware, "
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Capii, Ac.
-Bboamakera loppllod wltb LEATBEX
and SHOE FINDINGS at redueed rata.
SALT I SALT I SALT I at wholeial sad
rotail Tory ohoap.
PAINTS, OILS, CALCINED PLASTER, A.
A liberal dluoaat lo balldera.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, CARPETS, WINDOW
6 II A DEB. OIL CLOTHS la largo
FISH, FLOl'R, BACON, CORN MEAL aad
COOP, alwayi on band.
r-All of the abort goedi sr pnrcnaeod
leloolroly for eaah, and therefor eun and ortf
b (old cheap u lh eboapeiL febl-7l
Edward E. Eyre & Son.
(Suooorion t EYRE A LA.VHELLJ
Fowrlb and Arch trl, Phtladolphla
FINE DRY GOODS,
BLACK BILES, '
CAMELS 11 AIR,
eottj et 1A.MAEES
-NEWfOOODS OPESIStl DAILY. -tie.
H. F. BIGLER & CO.,
11 a n WAV a hi:,
Alio, Wwttfcturri of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
"TURMING IMPLEMENTS of all
kiadi for aal by
U. F. EIQLF.H k CO.
T AILROAD WIIEELBARHOWS
for aal by
H. F. BIGLKR I CO.
QtL, PAINT, rUTTY, GLASS,
Nalli, ato., fur aalo by
II. F. BIGLER k CO.
ARNES3 TRIMMINGS k SHOE
Finding!, tor aal hy
' H. F. BIOLEH k CO.
QUN3, PISTOLS SWORD CANES
For aal by
H. F. BIOLER k CO,
gTOVES, OF ALL SORTS AND
Elm, for Ml by
II. F. BIOLER k CO.
RON I IRON I IRON! IRON!
For uti Vy
H. F. BIGLER k CO.
I I ORSE SHOES 4 110KSK SHOE
MAILS, for ee.Ii by '
II. F. BIGLER CO.
pULLEY BLOCKS, ALL SIZES
And bait Manofactara, for aal by
II. F. BIGLER k CO.
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE
BpXES, for lal by
H. F. BIGLER ft CO.
RODDER CUTTERS for salo by
ica-3070 H. F. BIOLER ft CO,
JF ECOSOlir IS AN OBJECT,
; , BL'Y YOl'R
Furnishing Goods, 4o,, ,
D. STEWART & SON'S
( - f
They ketp a full tins of
Men's, Youths' fc. Boys'. Clothing.
Also, Umbrollas, ratcbolla, Orel-alls,
Uals, Shirts, Undorshirts, and
, ,. Drawers, Ac,
Whlob thoy will Ml at moat reaionahl prloee.
Cgl d eaamtn tboir arooda before parohilag
otiowhrr. Room la' Mnaeton Building. ,
Clearl.'d, Pa October (, 1ST1.
I KKMOVALo '
REIZENSTEIN tt BERLINER,
wholeial dealer la
GEMS' FlRMSlllXG GOODS,
HaT removed to Mf Church etrret, herweon
Franklin and WbtU en , New Ye rlr. (Jytl'7I
WILLIAM M.'IIENUY, Jni-Tiri
orrna Pa.tra inn Srntrnra,I.rMnRn
CITY. Coileetlnae mad and aaeaer nrnmntlr
paid rar Arriolaa of agreement and doeda ot
ooaeerano neatly ueeeued and warranted onr.
rod t n enaege. jrjU Tt
Win, tt&'t (ttlnm.
T ,COST) '
.:;' .7-iV! . i;i,'
AT COST I
throughout the conntj.
I have this day sold my stock
of Notions, Millinery Goods and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
to T. A. FLECK & CO., who
will continue in the business.
MY E.YTIBE ST0CI OF
DRESS GOODS, '
. . .
GENT'S IIATS ft CArS,
LADIES' ft CHILDREN'S
. WILL BE SOLD
This will be a positive tale, as
I have made other business ar
rangements, to go into effect by
January 20th, and -
The Stock Must be Closed Out
by that time.
YOO WILL GET
KoTsmlsr 1, 18U.
OUPUANS' COURT SALeZbt
elrtao of aa order of tho Orphani' crt
Cl.arfl.ld eo-mty, there will bo told .1 .Z?
at IbaConrl Homo. la Cleareld,on BAIHkiilv'
lot of ground, In Iha Tillage of llon id.lo CU
Sold .ounty, late the property of Ja,,,
deoaaaed, liluaUd on tho aoulh-weet orn 5
JIary atrtot ad Map), alloy, fto.tm, , ,t J
Wary atreet and attending hack 11U fal to D-r
allay, known aa lot No. I3 In plot of mid bor
aad kariag a largo frau doelliag aoui, i
other Improrementi thereon oreoud -
Taaa.-Ton per oent. at lalo 1 oo'o b'alf of tha
whole ium at oonlrmatloa, and tha halaneo lo til
montha, with iatareet Iv be aoeorod o the oromiau
eH MARY BUHN8. KiCh. '
ORPHANS' COUHT SALE.-IB
pannanm of an ordorof tbo Orphani' Cowrt
ol ClearSeld oonnly, there will be eipooed I pnb
II i.le, on tlto proiaiiei, oa SATUKUAY No."
J2, mi. at HI o'clock a. in., all ih.t oorUI, VaU
uable trnot of timber land, altaated in Barnilda
townihip, ClsarOold oonty, Fa., bonnded and do.
aeribod aa lullowa. On the nonk by hade f
t'rrdaHek Shoppard, n tb net by landi of J,
aeph Yt'alii. oa the aouth by llarry Sehrlna and
on tbe woet by tha bleeder Kug farm, aoatoiainr
lit aorta, moraarlooa, with abontloaoreaoleared!
the balanoe being timber land, with a large amount
pt So timber thereon. -n
Taaaa Tea" per oent. ot pnrehaio money at
ale; one-third of tha who), at eongrmation ol
eale, and tb belano n two oonal ananal par.
meata, with iatareat, to b oeeared 0 tbe promiwi
and by oolinteral Mjuritr, to bo approved br the
Conrt. Jk-ribB M. llARTKR;
Admililrnlor of Edward King, deo'd.
ISTB AY. Came Ireipaailng on thepromli.r
J of the mbatriber, in Brady townihip, on ,r
about tb lit of Uay lait, ona rod Bill, wi n
whit fan, luppowd tu bo a year old hut iprinj .
Tb owner ia requeued to mi forward, pro e
property, pay obargea nnd take him away, 01 to
will b diipond of aooording to law.
Lathoribarg, Oct ill, Wi. It .
C.tUTIuN-AII pcrioni are hereby oantlni. i
againit pnrebaiing or meddling wilb tho
lowing property: Qo yoke of red oattlo, I rt'
ow, I rad aad wbil cow, S bogi, S torn of htr
in barn, J boo aeapi, 0 doaoni oatc in tbe iher ',
ai tb laid property belong! to ai and ia Ift wiih
Sarah Ann Oaball, eubjoct lo oar order.
cei2t-t tm.8. DicKkY A SON
IlXECUTORg' ITICE.-Notlca ii hei
J y giren that IctUn UilamonUry karia,;
ben granted to the nndcriignod on tho aitaw
of bAMUEL MITCHELL, docoaaad, Uto ,i
Clearfield, Clearfield county, Penmylrinia, ii
peraonl indebted to aaid eitata aro requeued v.
moko immediate payment, and tkoao karirr
claima againit the aula will preacnt tXoia da ;'
aatbantioatoi for aottlemcnt.
Mm. M.M. MITCDgLL.
1. r. WEAVSB, t
ii hereby giren that Icttore of adminiltrot;,.;.
on tb citato of JAMES BURNS, dect,i,
lata of Uoultdalo, ClearSeld county, l'eta J
baring been duly granted to tho undenignrd, a j
pereom indehtcd to laid eitat will pleaae ma,
immediate bit merit, and thou horiiir rl.im. ,.r
demand! will prrient them properly autlieaticacl
ROAI LETTI!C..--Tbe contract for ,
grading and building or t townihip rut.'t
leading from A. I. (Igdea'i to tbe foot of the fc i
hill, in Liwrcnoe townihip, will he let to tho lr-.
oit bidder on fATl'RDAY, NOVEMBER 11.3
'873. Tho contractor will bo required to fro
good and mfficicnt bail for the completion of tti
work in a proper manner. The Superrieora w;:l
meet at tho Court II. ion, in Clearfield, ol thi
abor day, aad prepnoali will be reeeired atil
that time. - NATUAMEL RISUIL,
JOHN K. PARKS,
JOHN O. KLISK,
PATENT RIGHT FOR SALE.-I
offer for aal lb right for the aal of tb nl. '
e bra tad Waihing Machine, known al tb
"Ira B. Stillman Defiance Washer,"
ia th ooanty of Clinton. Will nil tbo right for
tho nttr county, or for ancb townabip. Tbii
Waabor io known to bo one f lb Tory keel in
uae, and their rate ia Tory huge wberarar iatio.
duced. Apply by letter or in ponoa t
aorg-Sm Lutbonbarg, Clearfield Co Pa.
pliACU IN EVROPBI . -
. ' ' B ' '
' 6REAT EXCITEMENT '
Tb ttloedr eontett btwe Frtite tn4 Prt
li at n end for ti itrvseat, to Ur u thf F'mch-
Uriog of men od tbo destruction of prcj rty i
concorDwI. Tbo Royol JuKglrn bo douti ?n1t
tbemirlrei and rejoico OTr tbo remit, but bew
ioilguifiMot ii their work when compared .U
tho boniana nl ebritian effurti of
L. M. COUDRIET,
who hu cnilertaken io lupplf all tho eitiiwii '.a
tho lower end of the onty with food and raimtct
at eioerdinf low rate from hii nasi no lb mot in
MrLSONBCKU, where ho can alwaji In tcnntl
iradj to wait upon call era ud tapplj them with
Dry Goods of all Kin In
Bach m Clotbi, BatloetU, fawiaierei, VuiOU
Uelainei, Ltoen, Drillinfi, CaliObc,
Trimmtnga, Ribboaa, Laoo,
Roadj-nado Ctothinr, BooU aod Shooo. U-t) aa
Capa--all wf tho beat material and made to irir
Uvm, bookf, UliiVot, N.Ueat, Laeoo, Kit bvoj, Ae.
GHOCERIE3 OF ALL KINDS.
Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Rice, Molanea, T:h. 8a!
Vrkt Linseed Oil, Fish Oil, Carbot 0.1.
Hardwaro, Qneenawarr, Tinwaro, Caatta;, VUwi
aad Plow CastlnM, aili, Hpikei, Corn CuUUa-
tora, Cider Prease, and all kindi at Axti.
Parf unary, Paintu, Varnih, Olait, and a c aJ
aaaortuient of Stationery, . .
Of different brands, alwayi oa hand aad wUi tM
old at tho lowoat auaa.Ue Bf am.
LIQtORS,nch as Braadr, Wine, Gin, Wait;,
lajnoa Medtctnet, Hottettor a at 4
5000 pounds of Wool wanted fur wLish i!t
In e heat prico will be paid. Lloreraeed ifi bvb
and for aalo at Uio lowest market prtoo.
AIm, Aurnt for RtrattonvilU and CircaiT
Xbreeoing M achinca. .
Ml. Call and aeofor roaraalTes. Tos will lit
ererjtain vtaail kept ia a retail store.
I. M. COVDKIIT.
Prenrhtille P. 0., March 1, 171.
J. M. KRATZER.
r.IR AIH.KSTVI.F.S r.fr...i--M,t,
for Man and Boya,at J. M. KRAltH .
milHGFPLV. Brurwli. Inrrain ati.1 "'tu
aim, door Oil Cloth., at rrtUnJ
i. n. KKAT.1 r
T1F.ST AHHORTMi:T of Wall Pope: '
1) olforcd in thli ttciaitj. le to (I p. r j nn
tno gilt poper, etc., at J. M. KRATJKI
TUG MOST poplar makei or Muititi' !,-!!
Inge, Pillow Muilini, Ac, at a email ;id.-rte
above oo it, by tbe plec, at J. M. KRATi' I. -
NEW CIMtlrH, KKW STVLKS. LAB -'
AssourxEM, ioy pricks, . i
found at J. M. KRATIb!' 5.
T AI)IK' DRKSS C(M)1S, la Ike grral'tt
U rarlety new iprlng ihnle. oce -
moit deiirailo Uriel at J. M. KRATZ1.K .
A VAHIETV f Ilreil Oomla, tnltahk f"
2. aaouraiog alao orape reili, collars '
oouilnntly nn band, at J. M. KRATZti- f
I t l:lVIK(l .'large oopply of Udlri'
touqnoi pnoeo, matio w pnin .
A kaodiom Uaiter for fi t at
J. M. kRATZKr.K
Ikg-'jar lleolle 1 SMm and Chv''
If Hctl, Knitoo and Fork., Bilrr-platei i 'J
and prniai, Takll,inea,Napklni.eryf,'l' ,w
'II AW 1,1, Rcarf. Noektlri, Collar-.
O llmir I1o.hU, Ulooea. Ao. Kid Olorrr ot " H
alio tha Joaephin Deamleil Kid lllorro. ' .
mehtd J. M. KRAT i-
NUTICK-A1I pereom kt'
thomiolroi indebted to the tat rn -l.r
A Powell are hereby oollrled that the I
an one an in roe m..i oi r. w. , j
loci loo, nod aro rrqoeilod t oall al ooc '!" 1
their ocoonnta. All neoouota not eert-'J J
la j... -;n -i I i iha of tbo Tr: t
cer for wllecti... V. l, lfK
PINK, WHIIi ROAN LINING fk"'
Jwal reeel-red aod for aalcy . ;
Anrll It. I- !!. 1 ' .
I W hae prinbrd a lrg aamber ol
of tb I
rKK HILL, on will on iw.!-.
It au mH a I t 4dtiav