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WlDNE.'Dy'MOKNIMO, NOV. ll, 1873.
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Prayer Meeting every Thurtday, at H P. M.
iJomiiiunloa 6ervloa, Brat Babbath of every
tilth, at l A. X.
Ht. Andraw't Charrb Rplatapal Rer.
Bioncl Halfc. Pubiie Harriot rionday morning
,1 i, o'clock end at t Pi M. Sunday School at
I p. M.-lrejtr Mooting Wednesday evening
t 1 o'clock.- - '
Presbyterian Chtsueh Iter, tl. S. Brrt.uw.
.-S-ibbath terrieri morning- and evening Salr
taih School at I P. M. Prayer Moating Wedn ea
Ht. Kraulln' ChurTh Catholic Ilcv. P.
J. gntaina: Mas at 104 o'clock A. M., on the
Second and fourth Sundays of each month.
Lutheran Church. Iter. A. J. lUatnoca
Preeebinf: every Sabbath, morning aad evening,
flabbath School at a. tn. . Prayer meeting ever;
Wednesday evening. , -
Attention i directed to Kerr i Co. 'b
tneetsl notice. Jim tayt be it telling at panic
print. -" - i r .... -
t)o our first page will be found a
synoptli of the new Cuatlitntion, which will be
vted en, oa Tuesday, December 10lu.
Huntingdon had a $10,000 fire last
week. The Coart lloaie ttaf on fire three timet,
bat an engine put the (Ire out and tared the Build
ing at well ea a Bumbo of othert. . T
A revival has bean in progres", in
toe new M. B. Church, at Woodland, daring the
put week, aad quite a number of penitent! hart
beta forward eeeklng religion. '
Sdspinoid. I be banking bouse of
Ira B. M'Vey A Co., of Pitttknrg, doted doon,
on the 7th itst,, owing to complication! growing
Oat of the laspeatioa of their natters eorrctpend-
esls. ' : :
.The Ee. J. B. Crist, of Altoona,
preached la the Latberaa church, oa Sunday
morning last, Father Crin ia toe oldctt uinittir
Is the Latberaa Otneral Synod, aad bat been in
the minittry fi.fl yeara,- " '
Goni Up. Jaraos M. Coleman, the
Indiana lawyer, who wat fonad guilty of forging
beauty paper by the United Statei authoritlet,
wat, laet week, tenteneed to the penitentiary for
fire yeart aad ordered It pay a fine of (0,300.
Uddersoolc, Ibe murderor, wbo was
tried at Well Cheater, Pa., last week, wat found
guilty of Border in the first degree. Tbe trial wat
eery exciting and hotly contested on both tidet,
but the tottimony wat too plain for the culprit to
"" j , . )
At Horn. Ex-Got. Biglor return
ed home, oa 8atnrday night, considerably im
prtred ia health, though still suffering physically
from the fall be reeeired, the wok previout, on
the ttept of the hall where the Conttitational
Convention wat In tetiion.
ImerovifTQ. Sheriff 1'io, who bas
been rontaed to hit bed far tome time, it now con
vulesoeut, tut ttill unable to leave hit room. In
the meantime, W. Ron Mcpherson, the Sheriff
elect, hat been qualified at Deputy aad it dis
charging the dutiea of bit office.
Court. The second week of our
eeurt opened eigorooily.oa Monday morning, and
from the manner buiinesa is dispatched, many
suit! will be ditpoaed of. Some thirty cases were
nettled last week and eeart continued ia tettioa
aatil Saturday aight at eight o'clock.
Stabbid. It gives us pain to chron
icle the feet that aw aeiemd, Hiram . Woodward,
f Hasten towathip, wat ttabbed by a swa named
J. U. M It tea, aa Taesday week. The knife pene
trated Mr. Woodward's Inert. Ai the party is ia
prisoa, aweiiieg create, we shall refrain from
rritleitm. ' We aaderttaad that the wooed it aot
ee ear war at at Sret mppoted. .
Eleewhcro, .in Ibis issue, will be
found aa address, issued by the tate Centennial
Committee, presided ever by our esteemed' fellow
eitliea, Ei-Oot. Ulgler, wbo nddresect the mem
ben af the aoaaty eommilleea aad the public
(enerally upon this important topic, not only be
fore the AoMrieaa people, bat tht whole citiliieJ
. Hotkl Blrmd. That old and woll
stabtisbd home, knowa as the 0'iter llonse,en
Little Toby ereck. Elk eonntr, oa tbe road lead
tag from Broekrille to BMgway, wet destroyed
by Ira, on Friday week. Tht origin of the fire
ft nakaowa. III. Oyiter'i lost it orcr $13,00.
laearaaoa, fiS.OOO. . AD old eoarratioo goers, frees
thll aad Jetferaea eoaaties, will remember this
"Bread Caatral" betel, ia the woodi, below the
meeth of Braady Camp.
Pliutt or Kliction. Two tlee-
tieas will eawM ef, In this eaaaty, daring Decem
ber. On Tweaday, Deoember ltth, an elaetion
will be held ta ratify or reject the aew Ceattita
-thm, aad lea dayt after (Priday, Itoeember ISth.)
Ike aaawal tteetioa for borough and tewmbip ofl
ears taken pUve. Ai each election com the tai
payers front screa to eight hundred dillart, we
may eoajtetare thai the three elections will oast
' rather a sang aem. . .
, 'J im i ew.
' Chakoed. Our new Constitution
receireo oar gnnernl eleetloa te bo held oa the 1st
Taeaday of Xoeember, (Presidential election day)
thereby taring to the taxpayer, teery fourth
year, abocU CM, aad will aot stake car State tht
arampiag grow ad for tbe political rascals from all
the surrounding States, the year of the Presiden
tial election, at hcrolefer, Peaneyleaaia end
- Ohio hart rufercd mach from this eoarc ia the
party. Wa rejoin at the ebaag far tbe better.
Horrible Dcatq The I'hilipsburg
Jewrwaf, ef the Otb, rays : A little child of Jameo
MeTarUa, Morriedalo miaes, se with a horrible
death, aa Thursday ef tart week. Tbe iafant,
abeat II aeaaiht M, attempted to go np stair,
aad ite motker, aba was washiag, fearfal that it
veald moot with rnjery, left her tab sad went af
ter the little eae, which eluded her, aad, ia pase
laa a tab of bet water, aaagbt hold of II, eeer-
tnraing the tab aad dekigiag the child with the
eeateata, a severely seaidiag tt, that it died, ta
gwal saferiag, la a few hoars.
Wciohtt Matters. A Lutbersburg
aemepoaaVa laformt as that teeorge Pei.li, one
af Brady towatbip't thrifty farmer, wentinhefry
as sqaaetM, this samsaer, many grr'.b a - Ira te
ai met, aen af which measured sit feet fieoioeh
ea, aad tilled tbe beam at 10 peaads. This, ap
aa irtt riew, saeena la be a large sanaak, bat, at
we printers would my, la ealy a epT ef Uorje
kiaielf, (we meaa ia srse) a ho raise tbe learn at
M pounds, aad. l'w mletafca not, bo hi the
setiM tumor ia the eoaaty nnd n number ana
DesMerat, and whea he threw I kit weii aad ia
taeaeo ia any diraetiaa thiaga generally ateeerAal
wwp . elaarge ia a jelly fcllew, aad may he lire
mag raiee mere large sqaaabes aad other good
'hitgs, aad enjoy them.
N'o, Voc Iioit'T. Two week! ago
the e.tw of the ateeeeafe elwetdaajd hie t eer as
aMeenaentt nnd teiatioa, aad ta proeo that ear
aeaaty eflcials did aot eedaf itaed their duties,
he referred ta the met that a aortaia mat af aa
asted land waa ahead eneally diluted by the
oaaty Kae aad thU the tescJ set lb Clearfield
"te amewated ta Ht, whila they were lee than
U ea the r(atr side. We thea. aad aw arsis,
a that he giro aa, far thw benefit of the pee
ls, tbe aame af the werraate aad ease af the
't per am, ia 171. aad at this time. As the
aaitftT ia eaeetiaa started ewt to enlighten. Com
aiuioaers, Aesetters aad III payera, gensrJly,
e inemt that he proaoeel mirey ia tbia mallew, or
e oaeillinej nWet IS. lie treated kit rsaden,
b, t a b-e aolema ef tepbiatrr, satire. ,
eeaag thw e.sestle be iaredee4. Waajtis
"P. ,' a La eaAa ef that traes, er dry ef. .
BUNGAY 0TMOOI. INSTITUTE.
Editor RtrrkLirta- Pltsw publish tht follnw
iitg jirocccilings of our EtlmUy School Institute!
Taellruly town, hip Sunday Hbbool Inatilute
eonrcned at Lutheribiirg, in the Lutheran ohuru'i,
on Octubci "lOih, 18.:i, at T o'clock, p.m., and am
called to order by Rev. 11. M..ugti. let. Ijvo
tlonal axorelsos, by Iter, J. L. Lsndis. 2d. AJ
itctt, with ipccitl refcreuco to thoSunJay Srhool
inoor, uy tier. v. n neon, of 1 ruy. 3d. Itepurt
and adoption of constitution. The lustllute llieu
organised by electing Iho following oKcers: Con
ductor, Rer. It. W. W.mpleri Auietaut Conduc
tor, Rer. E. Manges j Secretary, W. 8. Luther j
Corresponding Secretary, J. 1). Johnson Treat,
urer, F. X. Arnold. On motion, Inslltuto hold
tht twn first tesilont ia tht Luthera Church and
tht two Inst tetsions In tht M. S. ehurcb. Inttl
tute adjourned to meet oa Friday, at a. m.
Moaaino Sksiios. Iuitituto wat called to or
Jer ly conductor, lit. Devotional eierciiei, by
Rer. M. Miller, of 'uutsutanuey. 5d. Ques
tion, ''Should Suudny Schools be eoutlnued dur-
Ing winter?" Opened by C. Brewer, Esq., of
Pun jsutswncj. , On notion, this Institute re
comuiend to Iho Sunday School.., which have
closcj, to roorgsnixo for wintor. Report of Sn
perlntoodentt. Queetien, "How thull we secure
die best attendance of Sunday Sobool children t"
Opened by Rer. M. Miller, Question basket.
Adjourned to iooo( at 1:30 p. m.
Arrra.eoos Stssio. Initituto was nailed to
order by conductor, lit. ,Doi itiimsl eierciiei,
by Rer. C. Wilron. JJ. Addresses to Sunday
School children, by Rer. J, R. Lyon of Brook
rille, Rer. C. Wilson of Troy, and Rer. R. Crit
tenden of Beilefonto. d. Leisoa Leaf drill, I y
J. W. Corp. Question, "Is the American 3undu7
School laion an Independent organisation ?"
Discussed by Rer. J. S. Landis, Rer. C. Wilion,
Rer. R. Crittenden and othert. Adjourned with
tinging and benediction. .
L'vixiaa Scstwx Institute was called to or
der by conductor, lit. Devotional exerciser, by
Rer. R. Crittenden. 2d. Question, "Should a
Sunday School Superintendent be elected or ap
pointed, and by whom t" Opened by Rer. Crit
tenden. Question, "What is (be designed rela
tion of the American Sunday School t'nion to the
different branchet of the cbrittiaa church la or
ganising Sunday Schools f" Opened by Rer. R,
Crittenden and Rev. Lyon. . .
t!totptd, That the Ubors of tbe Inst forty-nine
years ol toe American ctuuJay bc&oul tnton,
which have resetted in the organisation of nearly
fifty-two tbouiand Sunday Schools in our coun
try, reaching over three millions of children and
establishing over one thousand churches of all
evnngelieal denominations, kfiordstbemostcbeor
ing encouragement tu the friends of the society,
nod demand! thr cordial rapport and liberal pat
ronage of erery minister ot the gospel and eve
The election of officers, for next Institute, then
took place, which resulted at follows i Conductor,
8. 0. Kunli; Assistant Cooduoter, C. II. Good.
lander j, Secretary, J. W. Corpi. Corresponding
beoretary, W. S. Luther j Treasurer, L. Good
hinder. Oa tnction, next Institute be held at New Salem.
Closing remarks by Rev, C. Wilion. Institute
adjourned with singing nod benediction. . .
W. 8. Ll'TllLR, Sec y,
Hiohlt Important. Much aa we
art opposed to quackery, it teems now, according
to aa old tubscriber'a story, that we, lo our lono.
cent wny, cured biia of a malady from which he
has been suffering for yean. We will allow him
to relate the eircomstaues. lit remarks : "Some
three weeks ago, whila setting at home suffering
from a severe attack of piles, my boy banded me
the RarutLJoaa, remarking: 'Father, the print
er have taken to printiog your name on tbe pa
per with soma figure and Iclteri following the
name: pray what doee it meaa?' The boy's
earnestness, as well aa tbia 'new depnrtnre ia
printing the namce of subscribers on their papers,
attracted my atteutioa aad I at once went to work
for the purpose of interpreting this nsw oommer-
cial device. While studying over tbe matter I
fonnd myself getting better aad toon tuceeeded
in tolling the question, which was to the effect
that I ewed tbe printers nearly eight years' tub
scription. I jumped from my eoacb, fur the pur
pose of Interviewing my pocket booh, nnd foaod
lent than five dollar! in it. I started fey be kitch
en exclaiming; wife! wife!! (the remxrieiog, hna
band, why ia the world are yoa running around
for in this manner to tbe detriment of yonr health?)
how much kultca, and egg money have yon oa
hand? ihe replied about twelve or fifteen dol
lar. Let me have it, says I, potatiag to aa im.
presiioa made en the newspaper and interpreting
the hand writing for her. She was doubly aiton
irhed. I, who had been tick for three weeks, wat
gadlicg all evr the bouse aa tbongb noth-ng wat
tho matter, and indebted to tbe printer to the
tnne of fifteen or twenty dollars. I am astonish
ed, excla'uaa tbs wife, it's no wonJsr you are sick.
Here, take thit money aad pty for year pspcr,
and get those figurea ehanged to a more modern
lata. Z walked two aiilee lo the hank, got Iny
check and here it it; credit my account." We
complied with his gentlemanly request, and tea
days after he writes as that the piles have not
troobied bfin since be mailed tbe cheek, although
he has worked baH and earned twiee the sum be
paid as? More, he says that he believes be is en
tirely cured. This is one of the mcst remarkable
eases oa record. It amounts to nearly a miracle.
Tut Railroad, Aoaii Tbore has
been so much bad eoeAntg ra tbe railroad busi
ness, this while, that we deemed it oar duty, two
weeks ago, to tall tbe attention et our reader to
some stubborn facte ta relation to the mortgage
resting aa the Pennsylvania and Wserera Rail
road, of which Mr. Samael A. Cook signs kimsslf
V. P. To thit Mr. Cook took excp'looe and
published a loag eommanieatiea ia last week's
Jurnnml admitting all we said, but assails aa per
sonally, aad wishes lo know if "that aotovious
editor" hat anything against him. We have not.
We know nothing about him- He also intimates
that we are moved by tseoia. Ia this be it mit
ttkea. Wbea we ellnded to "quack railroa.ters,"
wt had another Cooke ia ear tya, the celebrated
Jty, who hat meerdad ia defraadiug the people
oat of forty auillieas of dollars. Wt also eoafesa
te a weakaeee we have of erilieitiiig pvblie mea
I aad public improvements "unsolicited,' aad we
sbaH coatiaa doiag re should the county fee over
,raa by Railroad Vie Presidents. Mr. Cook re
qaciu nt t gist him seeea plan for developing
theaounty. Our sperietuiw ia railroading it to
limited that wt eoatider it hardly worth while to
allade to it, but, foe hie heatit, we will relate IL
About sixteen yeart ago, whea we raided tweaty
esilea west of thit place, and were worhiog bylhe
day rfrem In o'clock la tho morning aatil ulna
o'sloeh at night, for eae dollar aad fifty eeate a
day, aad boarding ousmlf, we rAcrihcl and paid
fit) toward kuildiag a Railroad fro-,. Jyrons lo
Pbilipiburg. ' Again, nboat six year tgo we In
vested better 17i aad fTPO la a similar way to
bring tbe road from Pkilipsburg to tbia place.
What became of onf money othert tin testify.
At this day we consider it foolishness for any
eaenscunity ta subscribe money towards Ihebei'd-
tnf ef a great through rival road. However, if
any of oat neighbors want la give 1200 ar(3'0
la that way, wt shall hart no objections. We
bare inreeted til we ran afford to give la that way.
Is OrricE. Mr. Clark Brown, the
Ceuaty Commiseiaaer elect, presented his certifi
cate of sleeti la the Board, ea Meaday last, and
after being qeslified according to law, entered up-
ea the duties ef hit oflee. Wt shall he very
meek mietakea ia Mr. ltrowa. If he done aot
make aa exselleat officer, lie taxes the teat of
Mr. Toner, wh wat t!etel ( year ago. lo fill the
vacancy eswsed by the death af Mr. Back. Al
though kwt a yeas ia ease, he fistly comprehended
aad Mtpartially discharged hie publie duties ia a
manner sweeptaM to the pMi and hit friends.
Tbe Board, as aew organised, oeacists of f. T.
Ceu'eret, (President,) Jena l. Ihoaspeoa aad
Lint of letters remaining unclaimed
la the Poosiffiee ai CUarteU, far Ibe week ending
.November Itih, 1971:
Baker, Semael Mania, Wm. (J)
Brown. " m. C. Melntoek, Joha
Cevnaieeeer. A. (t) Meeerv, O. . 1 1)
Cox, Miee BeatM ' Mr Lieurhtla, Mice
Cnobrot, t. 1. M'Lais:i;e, Martin
fbtpmaa, M. D. jiCea!ly. Wm.
fff:aee. FrseaM Messer, James) K.
Ceyle. C. B. Krter, W. K.
Graleh'!, Jerom .ed. Jsmee L.
Horsv M's Meisn hl Iteeit. Wrtsoa
Hwer, W. A- Stewart, A. D.
Joaes. Hitl T"sow. "Kerry
f.rdxk. Warn . w.i.ii, Jeka
Met atT.-ay, Jaa me, HaHie
Koiitii- I'.ahi kiin Com Tttr.Nce or tuk
Aii.toiirnr Hvaou TheTwellth Contention or
tbe North. Kjjt Uonlerenro of the Alliijtheuy
Synod net In the Lutheran oaurnh, Ih Ulea.ficll,
on Tuesday sl'turiioon, OotuUr lioMi.at I J o'clock.
convention cane l lo oriler by th.i President,
Rev. J. Krinler. Roll oulM. an 1 tbe following
uiiniitcrs aunrered to tlicir natnoa i
lev. J. 11. Crist, Altoona Rev. S. Mcllsory,
Huntingdon i llv. J. Kristler, Tyronot llov. 1).
It. Hjdcr, llulllduyiburg; Her. M. tt. Bover,
Nowrv l Rov. A. Tuulnnion. New Milhiortt lt,..
tl. Sclioll, Altoona Rev. A. J. Uartsook, Clear
Held Kev. 11. Laker, Altoona. , '
pwieuu wrru receivrti as uufo-
gates, fioin their respective eougreKatlous i
A. J. Merlin, Tyruuoi John Llngal'rll, Flolli
dayiburg) c Kliue, Duueaust llle J. M. Dloom,
new Millport A. J. llillery, Altoona J. 11.
lielsey, Clearfield. -.
Tbe following officers were elected to serr for
theeusuing term of one year:
President Rev. J. Seboll, Altoona.
Seerelary Rev. A. Thompson, New Millport
Treasurer Res J. B. Crist, Altoona, .
. Ttixintr xvkamo. - 1 -
Rer. J. Kristler preached an interesting ser
mon, after which a short eeesioa of ConUrence
An essay, bv Ret. D. L. Rvder. waa read. Rob.
Jwil "Conversion," , . .
', '. ; Vaolitlnir mor.iiii. . ' ' ;
Hneh of tbe time waa taken up ia discussing
tbe interests of vacant chargos.
On motiou, Cuuferonoo ordered Rer, M. 0.
Boyer to visit the Karthaus, Clearfield county,
charge, at present vacant, and see what the pros
peats and condition of thechnrgc were. Mr. C.
hllne, of Newry, ws recommended as a supply
for the tame oharge.
Ueiieral discumon "It tht wotld growing
better or worse ?"
po Wednciilsy morning a meeting of tht un
diiy School obildion was held.
Rev. A. J. Uartiock was elected to represent
this Conference at the Netinnel Sunday School
Aitocialion, at Bucyrus, Ohio, on November 4tb,
Conference decided upon Hollldaysburg, Ta.,
as Its next place of meeting, lime Tuesday
before full moon in May.
her. A. I). Yocuia, of the Clearfield M. B.
church, and Rev. 11. d. Butler, of the Presbyte
tian church, Clearlield, were admitted advisory
members. , , ( ,
After an able and interesting sermon by Rer.
II. liaker, of Altoona, Rev. t. .Menges, of Luth
ersburg, wnf ordained to the mlnittry, with tta
tolemu aad appropriate exeroises of the Synod.
Lssay, by hsr. Seboll "Is the ehuicb now on
the true Apostolic basis ?"
Conference adjourned to meet at UolUdayi
burg, according to toil aftorooon't proceeding!,
journal. . - . m ...
Something op a Wreck.. The Phil-
Ipcburg Journal says : Oa Wednesday forenoon,
about nine o'clock, aa David Kincaid's train of
empty freight ears was approaeking town, with
tbe engine reversed, it struck a cow and in lets
than tea seconds at many freight ears were piled
np in a promiscuous mast of trucks and fiats.
The cow was one of three belonging to Robert
Hudson who was himself driving them along the
township road, or what ought lo be a township"
load, when he met the train. Two of them were
driven out of danger, but the third one crossed
the track and was hidden from tht tight or the
engineer by the mill and lumber, which also pre
vented the anltnal from getting any distanoeaway
from Ibe track oa that side. Frightened by the
approach ef the train, and hemmed in by the
lumber piles, the cow jempod upon the track just
in Trout of Ibe lender, without having been seen
nt all by the engineer, and the Under and loco-
motivt passed safely over her, but tbe rear trucks
of the 3rst car eangbt tbe aninisl and dragged
ber a few rods when they separated from the body
of the car and tbe nine following enee were piled
one upon the other ia the greatest oonfurion.
The brakemen, tome of whom were on tbe wreck
ed care, made their escape by Jumping from the
train. Tbs construction train was sent for and
work was nt once begun at clearing lb back,
which was not accomplished until about two
o'clooh, when the passenger train, which had been
delayed from eleven a. m., passed the spot. Tbe
mail aad express came iato town in wagons, and
passenger! for thit place were obliged to finish
their journey on foot or wait several hoars. Mr.
Hudson has brought aclioa against the township,
the authorities of which be had previously noti
fied of the easaf aouditioa of Ibe public high
way, which it alleged nt the cause of the aecldeat.
Many people visited tbe wreck, out of curiosity.
Tue New Scperinte.noe.it or the
Traoan Division. lbs following complimentary
aolice of tbe new Superintendent of tbe Tyrone
Division of the Pennsylvania Railroad, aad his
chief eietk, is elii ped from a recent number of
tbe Baltimore Amtricnn: Oa the list sit., Mr. 8.
S. Btair, who has for clevea years filled the office
of Superintendent of the Baltimore Division of
tbe Northern Central Railway, wiU retire, and
Mr. George C. Wilkint will Isle his plae. Mr.
Blair becomes Saperinteadent of tbe Tyrone Ui
visiea of tbe Pennsylvania Central Railway, and
will hart under hit ebarge three branches, which
radiate from the main line at Tyrone, namely,
tbe Tyrone tod Clearfield Bailrot't, the Tyrone
j and J,ock Haven Batfroad, and a road now nearly
completed, connecting Tyrone with Lcw!s!iurg'.
The united length of tbe three roads it about 185
miles. Mr. Bitir will carry with him to his aew
field of labor the heat wtshesjif the large force
of Rallroe men employed en the Baltimore Di
vision ef the "Northern Central Railiuad. His
management of the department, of which he was
thief, not only gave great satisfaction to tbe Com
pany, bat to the traveling aad business eowmuni-
ty. Mr. John II. P.ei!ly,ci.ief clerh ia Mr. Biairt
office, wit fill tne tsce position on the Tyrone
Diiisioa of Ih Pennsylvania Rtilread. U
loaves a host of friends in Baltimore.
District Imstuxtb. Tue teachers'
of Pike aad Kaos towasbipt nnd Lumber Cny
aad Carweaevilsa horoaghi Bill hold aa Institute
ia tbe public sobool house, at Blootnlngtoa, on
Saturday, November 13th, commencing a 1
o'clock, P. M. All friends of edacatioa are in
vited to attend.
I. Any person wn takes a paper regularly
from tbe Poet Office whether directed to bis
aame or aoothor'o, or whether be bas subscribed
or sot 4s responsible lor the payment.
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he must pay all arrearages, or the publisher may
continue to send until payment is oaacte, aad eoi.
led Ibe whole amount, wnether the paper is lahaa
irom eae emce or aoa.
t. Tbe euurrn has decided that refusing to
take aewspaper or periodicals froae the Poet
umee, or removing aaa leavief taeea uncalled
for, is prima faeie evidence of lactational freed.
DOWN ! DOWN ! . DOWN !
PANIC 1 PANIC I PANIC I
Owing lo lb stringer t ef the money market
we hava redeeed ear prises for cash to
Overcoats, worth (II, for IS 00
Pelts, worth lit, for I) lo
liasstt Caetimere Suite for ,. II 00
New it the tiaae I a w mast tell, aad are da-
.teroiiLed lo sell, our stoch la rath cuttotaers
witbia lb. irty days.
First eome first served. Few in the time te get
year wiater Clothing.
Call and tea for yourselves, at' '
JAME3 KERR A CO.t
CE.irtK.1IAL CtOTBHO STORE,
Corner Old Westers Hotel,
Sot. tUL CLEARFIELD, PA. '
Bay year Sotiaa of T. A. riack A Co.
A CxtB. Mm M A!r taehr ef Ma.ie.
Painiitg. Crayoa nad Drawitg. Boom at ibe
Bay year Trimmings of T. A. Ftee A Co.
Erd C-ires a large attonmeae at H. F. Big
ler A Co. a.
tadlet bay year Cnderweer f"T. A. Fleek A
Wood nad Willow H sr ef all deseriptiow ler
tale by si. 1. 1 ?, r-
Bey year lists and Bonaeu af T. A. Fleek A
Compeay. . . ...
"htentaur Slj'a Ps't'S, its painting houses in
side nad ea'.ole C.,rs", rcrea ttuildiefe. ae.
Beaau .at, ei.il.le and eeeinmRal.
pare Linked Oil-
It. F. Btt.R 4 Co.
CWtkff TIM" vft Wrtaftf"!! lb
i best ia
b nrht. Boy H, rr tt,
it t ?'
To Tilt Citiiss nr rKmivirtmi Your at
tention is re euir'ully luvited to tliu f.i-.t that the
Nutionsl Iliiiikl nre now tin pnred to rerciie suli
rerlitlini to tho Caj ill Siook of the Ocntunnial
Hoard of Finance, The funis realised fruul thi
source aro to be einpluvcd to the erection ol lite
huil llliffl for thn llitornutlunal Exhibition, and
the expenses eonn'otod wiMi the eaiue. It is con
fidently esncelod tlisl the Keystone State will be
Tiirisuntca by the nsuie of every eiliion ilive to
pelrlollu uoiutuemnrHtlon of the one hundredth
oirth-dsy of the nation. Tlio iliarci of stock aru
offered for f 10 etch, end subsi Tilers will rrcene
a handofflelv steel engraved ( ertiricate of etH,b,
suitable for frnuriug atd pioservation as a ua-
Intrrest at tbe rate of six tier cent, per annum
will be paid on all lievuieati of Centennial Stock
ti-oin date of payment to January 1, 170.
Subscribers who are nut near n Nalioual Rank
ena remit a eheok or postothce ordr ts the un
dersigned. FHCNK. PIULliV, Treasurer,
aug:o ' V04 Waluut St., Philadelphia.
CovAxrnv ItHtniniT. Nmr thiU tb loprgif
estoo it about onromroeinr. rAQiJ ) Dontequonu
(treat ouny llurtdf will bt krpt In th wuodn
irum tna UfgiDnuiff lo lot otiJ of tit wintor,
would it not bo well fur bon owntn to uiAf
theiDiolvot wtib lout puDico-a fcr the u.iij
iprsini and bruiiei tbat aro Inoldpnt to boriw In
ioff and lumbor Join f bbaw'i Co ma no lit Lit.,
uunt It kouwa to bo out of the baft inMlc.n
oxlant, and, in ouanectioo with SIIAW'S 110USK
POWliKHS, ihould bo in tbe bandi of efcrv
horie owner In tbe oijuutry, tor tale by A. I.
8hiw, Clrar fluid, and by all oouutr itorei,
Kot. o-2U- - . , : . . . : r
CUT TJIIH OCT. '
It May fafo Your Mfe.
There ! no pej-nn living but what sulTvri more
or lew with Lung I,ia, Couhi, CudiorOutt
f titnptioa, yot avtuit would die rntber tho py 7&
Otinti fur a bottle of uielioiao tht would cure
lb cm. lr. A. borfthce't Herman Hyrup bai lle
ly beeo tBtroducml in this onuntry from littrmiiiy,
and iti wooUfoui eum atituniihei every ono thavt
try It. If yuu doutit what we tay in print, cut
thii out and uke it to toot Irugio, C. D. Wat
ur, and gt a reoiple botileTrve of chutR, or a
reffeilor fixe for 7i ouoti. U. U. OKhK.V.
.OtugT.ly - Woodbury, N. J.
Aim. Svntyfiva doloa Clearfield VfoA-
chitppTi Axel at
V....72. , II. P. BIGLER k Co'l
A full line of I!iotpioMJofd, Japanned Ware,
iff., for ule by II. F. Uiler A Co.
R. J.. Whfelberrowip llahy Carriagei. Toj Ex
pree Warjoui ood Wiieelbarrow. at
iuyJ3 73 ' H. F l iutte A Co'.
Palnti, Oili and Varoiibei for -ale by II. J.
VtfQt A Corf . ' ' .
C-lclDed Tlaster for lute by H. P. BijUr A Co.
Raw. Diitan'e Crnns oot Saw, Great Ataerictn
SsiWi Boyotoo'i io'gbt&.nx Sow, at , I
tf.etaV7 11. P. BioLtn A Co'i.
II. P. Digter A Co. have bceo making extemlre
additioni to their itoek of Hardware the last few!
day a. Kverythug new ia Jhelf Hardware, iHad-1
dlert' Hard ware, Farmer Hardware. BuiMciV
llnrdware, and Hardware ef ail klndJ.cao beeeen
at their itoro. ' Waj 22,
NEURALGIA. SICK HEADACHE, NERVOUSNESS,
l)r. Uroee' Neuralgic llnavily lioneuf tbe grrat
et birii.ngi ever heitfiwed umb ttutTttrirg human
ity. , It bate beeo oarafully aud patiently trird in
a grrat nomer of oiwi, and ha it?vr ftriUd in a
tiuglo in ft no ce to effect tvvore. It contain no
injurioai fuhitnnref, being prepared entirely trdw
earefully eeieeted material. ilber dora it at
like many remedies now in use, by blunting tbe
aerret, and tint giving only leinpoTary ralirf, bt :
mil avt fjuit-kly and lufrly. ' All who are eutrereri
from Iheae diieasei will And tbia an Infallible
remedy; and being anxioua that it ilia II commend ,
itesT-lf to the publie I refrain from further ra-1
marka. If med according to direction, a cure
is guaraatec4 in every ease. Price one dollar per
butile. None geouiue without tbe signuture of
Kar.n'K Nxwuutnu, Cbetoitt, FhiUdelphia, Pa.
For tale by all druggiita and dealers in Clear
6ell eount. . wpl0-3au .
Pmixm Arn pAriTra Pisipivo. Our atorrk
of Faint and Pa in tern Matriati if complete, in
cluding f. T. lwi' Fore White I.ead. X bn La
eae A Co' Faro White Lead, V. R. A Co r Itnrk
laead, and a number of eh taper brand, of White
Lead: also, f,ineed Oil, Turpentine, Varntheeif
all kiuds, a full line of Unlabel, and a foil line of
eulurs, dry and la Oil.
B.y2i73 II. P. BiotEa A Co.
Ha ad Tais I Persons wbo eoolrm plate bailJing
will do well t- eall and examme owr tek of
BL IMHNO MATKKIAL8. We bare in stovk a
full lino of Itwildert' Hardware, Nails, Faints,
Oils, .)las, Putty, Calcined Plaater, Ae.
tt Veto' 71 . If. P. ItlflLKB A Co.
Kott-tii toWaooh aiid Cabriagb Makkri. We
bare jnst reeivd a genera, assortment of Wagon
and Carriage Wiodst also a full line of BpnngN
and Axles, wblrh we offer ehrap for cash.
II. P. BlflLBR A Co.
Just reeeired, a large lot of aoa-esplotivt
Lsmps aod Lau terns nt
I1J-7J If. F. Biotra A Co'i.
Wood and Willow War. ,
AU kiods of Hardware. '
. Japaaned Ware.
Faints, Oil., Varaiahea.
Wagnn and Carriage Makers' supplies.
A!l of tue aliove for rale at the matniaoth Hard
ware future of II. F. Bigler A Co, Second street,
ClenrSell, Fa. 3t
' L . T l-U. -.-
On Sovsmher Sib, IkT. by the Rev. P. J.
Cnxm.iax, Mr. JOHN W. HOW K aad II lis
UAKIA B. 1)ULA. i ail of Clearlield, l'a.
Tbe accompaniment, of the nbove notice were
excellent, aad oar thanht pia.'as. Hay laaoh
and long continued happiness b the result of
lbs atw relatiea yoa bare aseomed.
On Xovembertd, Wi, ia Corweastills, WII.
LU1I lltVi.N, ton of Joaa lavia, bi, aged tl
Corrected weekly by Bicasnn Motsor, Whoteaal
and Ketail Iealer io Dry Ootids, Ureceries, Pre
visions, Ac., Market street, t'learfi.ld. Pa.
CLesarinLn, Pa.. November II, 173.
Apples. green, BOa io Hogs, dressed...... I
Dried, lb In Hides, green- T
Applebetter,?fal, 1i Hams ....o0( In
Butler. ' tMbo.iaers.0l 12)
Beans J7Jla Ji". Sides.. niin Ui
Bockwheat......... loOl.ard Ij'Si
BuekwbeatfiurV, Mess pork.V UI...J9 m
Beef, dried. J "atl
Beef, fresh.... 7'- Onions. I ta
Boarls, M 12 tOt 14 Potato.! M( 7J
Corn,ibelled 1 Peacbevilried, .. 10
Cora, ear Ho V Plaster, V i.bl I
Cora meal,Y eaek, 1 1 Hye. .. J ID
Chop, ft ewtl ') 4. Kagt, Ih
CloesrsMd.. to Salt, ft sark.0fe t 60
Cheeie. ....... il ShinUs.lin.ltiAa
rhrrie, lb. ln'o) I" hlnjles,?lnl'jl o
Chickens, drvd, B, 1J Timothy seed.., t H
Ffjrs f. Tallow Ill
Flaiieed I Wheat 1 7i
Flour ...- Wool .. to
H. r e ..'its vrc.nd. V sord ... 4 M
Pen nyl van In Itnl I roai I
TYROKE A CLEAkFIELB BSAKCn
Of aad after Monday, NOV Id, 171, I'.e
Paneaeef Teniae will ran daily (eieei.t Hun-
days) betweea Tyrone and Clearfield, a. (.Ilows
LEAVE eODTH. LEAVE KtsRTlI.
Clearfieiil .1.4t.r-a.; Tyroae a.
Phiiipsbrg..4.tt, " I UmsISwmimi 11.40,
Oseeol 4.s, " l'b.l.p.l.rg...ls si, "
Tyr.no. .fi t, " I ClearsWd.... I l.l. "
LEAVE 801 IH.
Clnrfied.... i.4 a. a., Tyroae. ....... 7. s) r a.
Pkilipebarg- i 31 " i Iatveeelioa...f.l "
Osceola . " ! Oieenle .l "
latereeetlwa- 7.4 " ; Philipsbarg ... IS "
Trrnw. I .SI " i Clearfield, arl.lt "
FAHtl'FUOli CLKA RK1F.LD, TO
Belkfonle, fa IS f Mid.lleuwa M
l-h Htvea 7;. Marietta it
WMiiesi'port-.... at'I.tsfr fi
Bentiagloa,. 1 PHILADELPHIA 7
Lswietown. StiAltenia I fit
Maryrvllle ... 4 IIJ.kl.hsj IM
ua RRiPBt'Rf ... 7JlprnBt;r!0 i
Cis sv "titioas made by all train nt Tyroa.
and Lock liavta.
8. ft. BL4III,
mvl7 tf. Pap-tiaisa lent
TITI nadrrslfned be- leave Infntm the rib
Hp that he is aew fully f.rrtrf se aeeotiaso-
4at. all ta t a way of furnish me BeraM, Betztsa,
(fldles aw4 HartMm, ea the shevleet actios and
a see. 'SiaMo teres. BMea ea Locust street,
I bird aad Fewth.
atrtwld, April It, lt.
LlltTtllf JsjIIOIIH-DUAWJf FOB NOV,
Ausiin L'urry Cuesi
A. Craut lleeatlir
J. Joplin Woodward
K W. l(eed..Vosdard
Siuiuo Ujnn Kulieli
tiaae let (.BarSssde
W, U. Morgan. ..liee.titr
J. J. l'laard.CuilLgtuu
1. II. Lyilci.... L. City
J. llillos llee(iaria
A. Cbtse.... ..Woodward
4. MuNaul I'lke
A. hayutond Morris
, rih. 11 ..I1h.,,
J. F.SIulbolland. Biaily
C. Alignot. llliahl
F. X. Uugueney. Ilirerd
J. Lord KuuX
J. Liougherty Hell
J. Iliiriierw tlMMNilt
W. II. llugbes...lsoatur
B. W, hMUir L. City
A.J. Asiet Morrit
Ai F. Bsynt.n.t'lenr'ld
1 J. Alaltbews..Woodard
Tbonias Loag ...Pike
L. I.. Moore...Lawreuc
J. Williams Jordan
IJaa. Colt lteoatur
X la :
lAIs LIHT, FOR NOVEMUER TERM,
.. , thud
Has. i. Counsel, et al...
Mrs. cWah J. Hale, etal
Juba FifsL.... M
liosrge ilasouin. ...........
Jgtin II. llailey.
Msrtin 0. ttiiik
CliisJ Heboid District ...
I'illnrer A Btepbemon..
J. U Fullord, Assignee
Reulen II. Moore
Coll., Thompson A Co..
Puy i Jonet
A. A. lvo...... ......
v). I. Ieed A Co ..
Mary It. Joy et all
tt'llism C. tMs
T. .. Usury cl al
Levis J. llurd
rt. Joha Lawshe et al.
VI. J. A. Fauet, Bheritl.
vs. (Jeorge lltodle.
rt. Jts, B. Buuderlit.;
vs. Hsmuel Marsh,
vs. Kicbard Arlbnrt.
rt. S. Austin at nl.
vs. A. King tt nl.
vt. J. T. Leunard et al.
vs. Jet. Forest et al.
VI. W. W. Worrell etal.
rt. William rusty. ,
vt. Joba V. Carsoa. '
vs. J. T. Ltonard st al.
vs. Paul l'arllug et al.
vs. John Mc'teoy
vs. C. Howe et al.
vs. M. Asbenlelltret al.
VI, Falford etal, gam 'e.
vs. P.. A. Heed A Co.
vs. F. A. Heed A Co.
vs. L. A. Morrisoa t 00.
vs. It. J. Forest et al.
vs. KliJ.e. Ashenfelter.
vs. W. P. Tale et al.
vs. James C. William,
vt. Jamei M. Bloom.,
vs. S. 0. Patobin.
vs. II. Coebran st al.
vt. Jease W. Wilsoa.
rTO THOKB INTERESTED IX THE Fl'B
J CHAHK OF A BrXICTLT
pure rye wiirsiar,
For Medicinal Purposes we offer
ISalley's I'ure Hyc
Pice J2 to 10 per gallon, and will ship in pack
et! te suit purchasers.
Ws alio htadlt largely a '
CUTER DISTILLED WHISKY,
Plies from li.SO to $1.71.
I We import
FINE WINES, BRANDIES AND GIN,
And are also msaofaetoreri of
TORIC HERB BITTERS.
Bend fcr price list. ' ,
: . . KIIYDEK A CO.,
actio 3a 151 North Third Hi., Philadelphia.
rpiIE LABGEST '
--!:. Te r .' ' , '
-. ASS0BTMEST OF
STOVES ! STOVEIH !
ever I.nhkH to the enunty, nre beirg received at
Ibe llarlwareEilabli.bmcnlol H K IlK.l.l.lt
ds CO., comprising tue follow iug Cook Stevel :
-' RATIONAL RANGE, AC. AC.
Also,lh following Healing Stovest '
j kpeau'3 asti clinker,
''bpear's anti dust.
" . j f PEAR'S ORBICULAR,
JegPF-AU-.H PARLOR COOK,
; BON TOM,
HEAVY BAR ROOM AND STORK
RiHjil SIOVES, AC
Clcalfield, 8f pL Jl, 1S71. . " r
Spokes, Blms & Flow Dandles.
I JOnN G. DAVIS & SON,
;l.I0.1 SrOkE MOI'ttS,
t. ft. Cor. LEOPARD A OTTER gtrtsta,
ftMkuA tut Price LIU. ' 1Mm
j '; PEBFECTIOS lit
C A N THO OKS I
'. Tbe Clearfield Exeelilor Cantbook will aot
wesr out or break, being constructed with eae
'lid band from clip to point.
It Is pronowneed by nil practical tnmbovmea
wba bar examined it lo be the most perfect
Caathvk over invented.
Amos Kennard, Patentee.
Maaeracturtd by Aao Ktasiaa A Co, at
ttJ-AII order promptly altenJed to. nU'Tfi
CTONES SAW GUMMER3 AND
Wt bar received the aereney for Ike l We aad
will sell them at msoefartorer'. prices. Call aad
eieasiss them. Tbey are ibe ht,
j.l, ; U. F. BIUI.EB A CO.
SAWS 1 SAWS! SAW8!
PIBTAS'S CR0S8-CCT, MILL, DRAO A!fD
, . CIRCILAB SAWS.
Boyirton'j Lightalug Cross-cot Saw.
PATEBT PERFORATED A ILECTBrCaAWB,
For tale by
H. F. BIOLER A CO.
n iJariinl Is new arewared U famish
the peliiie with aa excellent noaiit of
Eallefiinte Wood-Burned Lime, -
for pletrrbi porrows, by Ibe large or email
quantify, laa a. ri wt p,w.i-
aew horlitg. ea Mark! rrl.
elLrf L.K- MCl lI.0r0B.
Stone Cutters and Hason.
A trtm .4.r th. aame of Wiltsiw A
floor. Aonel. have'ensd ew Ikslrewn hook ia
(tie "none Celiieg ttd "tone lleaea ae.tn, tn
Ckre'neld, wtm tb'y wiU be fvoed at all tlm-
ree l, to lak ell onwlrne's aad do nil kinds et
work hi rtimr i front r. I eH line? r a Cut
Btoe. Wewetoei t.eV invrtg ef a Ctllw WalL
All work ewtrwwetl t. tk-m will ranarv prompt
atteatiea and .'i.MH ina1,
WILLIAM A .rOHlg tfJkU
Jirjj ooi!3t Cvoalfj, (Sir.
FLOUR & FEED DEPOT I
Tbs atttntloa of th eltllene of Clearfield aad
vleluily is dirieted to the fool that Ooodlellow A
Hi,a ire Ibe airrnit of M. Nteoo A Co., and bate
Just received a half dnten cur roads of Flour and
l ead, which they oner al me iuwmi poiimie ng
ures. A laige ttook of
FLOUR, COBN MEAL, CHOP,
BUCKWHEAT FLOl'B, BRAN,
Fotatoet, Shelled Cora, Cora la ear, At., Ac.
T,. I . .. i . .t,.-,i... I. ..ii.j i. is ariu. A
Co.'t brand of Family Flour, which It ibe bait In
tht mnrhtL . ,
Flour and Feed tan and will he told cheaper
than it can be obtained elsewher la Clearfield
0-8lore on Market street, next door to lion.
Alexander Irvlu't rc.idenra.
. OOODKELLOW A BOW,
JanlOtf Agents fur M. Kisce A Co.
kRVTZER & LYTLE
WILL SELL YOU
, French, Richards & Co.'i '
: . - ' VERT CHEAP. "
Immense stock on hand.
Clearfield, Pe Junt4, 1873.
gTEVENSON A CO'.S
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, FA.
Having recently fiMtd un a new Bakary, tn9
pnicurrd Ibe sen Ices of a first-class linker, w.
are prepared to furnish
ROLLS, CAKES, &C,
aim U'l . 11 P Ttr- It. ,11. P...
of all kintls, frcsb erery mofnir.pt, at tbs rltrars of
our eusrotucrs, 11 oenrod. no rtsfHwiiniiy so
licit a .fhart of puhllo atnnat;e, and feel sort
that wt eao K.ra entiro satiiftioo.
Wf altn kcp oa band a rhiico ao"OFimnt of
CANDIKM, NUT8, OttA.NOEri. LfcMONS, TO
BACCO, CMAKS, ie.
Frr.b (Kl ITriaod VEGETABLES rtceftrd
Ji.ly and 'tM at rnkhal's pr-c.
rrrn "inir.un, in mwi, y ioctaoraaarv.
ICK CHKAM always oo hand.
Give us a eall. Wt stHt t tn films.
Aug. 6, Il7J-tf. BTK LSOX k CO.
Q A. k W. D. IRVIN,
BY CAR LOAD,
' , . . . , r , i '
And tell at arnftll advaoce.
BY THE COIL,
aAocri-t 11, 11717:1 73
J. It. M'MUKHAY
WILL mi.Y VOP WITH AVT ARTIrI.P.
OF .MhRtTIANOlPlI AT THE VERY LOKT
P.IK K. tuMS Ab Htb. (3 i i.l y,
JEW HTOltE AXI NEW GOODS
A JUS. SHAW tk SON -
Jilt jut! opoBeo) a
Nttr Srohf, oo ilxin St..'JLinriiLD, Fa I
lately occupied ly Wo. T. JltWI.V.
Tholrtlock eooiialo of
lX)Ul"Zr C CD CD LLJ 5
Oaortiiu of lb beil qoilit,
QuECjihWARC, Cools and Shoes.
aod vry arlicla Btceastrr for
Coll tod ximloa our olock btfora par
cbasiof tlsawbara. May 9, 186Ltf.
Kiss E. A. P. Rynder,
satrt Fed .
Chlekertng's, Itsla.sl 'I set Emereea't Plenoej
Omlth t, Maeoa A Htmlla'l aad Ptloabet't
Orgeat and Malertnoae, std tlrerer A
Blker't fie. lag Machlaea.
s us vesi.aca er
Plans, Owl tee, Orraa, Uarmoay aad Total Me
sis. No pe,il tea. far less Ihea half a term,
say-Rooms opott Hall-b i Fare 11 ore glore
fi.erfield, Mar i. It tf.
Fef ell disease laeideat to l-w. Cattle, aad
Uamaa Flesh, ret; irrng tbs ead of aa
Thit gmhrasmina waa esutclvsly atee, by
no wevvemewe mmrnmw ia. ,
. W Barbta"! IfH, Clsarfi.l
aoeepk . Irwla, farwtttelllt. l-aaill o4.
aadar. Latherebarg. t,-
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liibsri, or to
U. W. rilOVTUFl, Agent,
C4r-Corrrondm with Teachers and Dlreet-
ers eordially Invited. septlO-Jia
MISS H. S. SWAB'S
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
TUB FALL TERM of fourteen weeki, will
commence' Monday, September 1st, 1(71.
TERMS OF TUITION.
Reading, Orthography, Writing, Object Les
sons. Primers Ar tbmetio end rnmnry
Uen.rsnhr- - f7 00
History, Loeel and dcscriptlre Oeograpby
with Hep Drawing, II rammer, ateiitai
and Written A rilhieelie. ....... ( 00
Alget.rn and the Scieneee IS 00
Instruction In Instrumental musie 10 00
Oil painting, 14 lessons II 00
Wax wor.. a vv
For full particulars send for Circular.
Clearfield, Aug. , IS7J. .7:I0-yB
TUB FALL TERM f tnrtn weski will
tounisei MONDAY, BKPTKMbEB Btit, 1H73.
Tertai f TnltloM.
E4inf, Writlnite Mefttl oi Writttm
Aritbtavtits, OrMimtf, QtofTMphf nd
Hi.?... If H
NaU'irml i'li.rt(phy, Pbytiohgy, m.4 Bia-
gt Entry book ketpingj 13 00
Fr loftruelinttt la Duabt fcitry Hook
kretiinff had CwmntrcUl Aiithactio, fp,
tial icrtnt to b ftrri.fd,
Th nderelpi4 barlnir eha-jra t( tti M)
Drarfnint It aa pdeiKd. tschcr, Il ii a
ffratlaala of Iroa City Ctramereul CU-o, aa-1
Laa bevi tararal yeart' prac(icl iptrioiti. a aa
Ii Ii hrtpar"., b mo-Vrftt frmi,tn fivamrb
tanntartioai ia Inmanlip ani lV'k-kip.na; a
art afually Abiainrti atily at C(oi(Htr,ial Collcjt"!
or fa iwiual ba'iacta, or particular! mpaetint;
tba choql apply ta
..-.a sT li.teyt f ff fJT
Bug ll j. in, ntb.iAbisi.
OOK AKD UEAD1
SADDLE & IIAUXESS H VKI.G!
, JOHN C. HAEWICK,
Market SlCLEAHl'IELD, Ta.,
It th anaa ta go to it yoa win I i tMnf bcw
IIAHNKm or bw HAIDLE, or an j thin cIk
in thi hna. tla tarni eat ai gxvl work at w
4aa in any ib ip In P rancIraoia. aad bil prieat
ara tary rranwalita.
CtfOUitly ea banJ a lull Haa af
rorb aa Trolling fra-l-llef, Q-iarUrai-J Shia flooti,
Trotting Kolltn, Wbipo, ria P.ruiii-aoi Coiobt,
Aa. A ana a.urriut af cta, uurta ioen,
Kn Blaakwftf, U9xh Rrt, A-.. A.( kt la
miO. in fact anything tbat barietaaa itaad ta
aae4 of I alay aa baw l.
All of abieb Will ba aoU at biU ar fatail
at b fery laimt raira.
Hpjirifig pprsvptJy attMilfJ ta. All wort
rtiaranie!. Sbot. id roots furnwrty aceupict. aa
,'.-t Offl-. April t, 173.
T. M. ROBINSON & CO.,
Harness, Saddles and Bridles,
Fly 'W, Collaro, Wbipo, Ac.
A larre stoek tt TBOTTIS1 0OOf) ivf all
Wripil-es. Also, a large stock f iUhL.-iti
tyRepsirtng promptly atteadrl ta. '
libovi ea Market ttrral, Oraham's Row, la shop
formerly oeca,iea ay J sia.. autaswieri
Clearfield, Pa, Jan it, It).
JOOT AND SHOi
OOT AND SHOE MAKING.
JOSEPH Tf. PT.TM1 .tfj. ea Market street, la
St-t.'s Row, CI.erlsld. Ft., hat Jaal reeelvsd
a fine lot of Freaeb Calf Akiae aad Kips, the
heel la tbe market, end Is aew arenerea to mea
declare tteryihlng ia hit Hat. Ma will war
rant his work la bo aa represoate.
The eHU.ea ef Clearfield aad vletelty are
resreetfelly lavlud u give htm a tall.
Work ea. at sheet aeiisa. fiU'T'y
IRANK SHORT, of tho "Short
ftee Tio." give aolice that ho bet ra-
OKivod from Isreeaet's How, ea Mtrnet stmt, ts
estt dMV ta th AfUgHeay Hotel, ea Market
street, where be tt prepared I make aad mend
B'XJIS AND SHOES,
.lltehed, Sewd er purged, with the best Dee th.
aster market agards and at aa rsasoeabl. prices
as they eaa be bought for eleewhere, aad wh-re
ae ie prepared la aeaomoMMsale ail bis eld custom
ers ted a. taaay aew ewer ae eeayfarer him wiih
a earl. Thantfal fr past Ihvore, he would re
saeetfally atiellawBtli of their pereT.ga,
n.erfield, Oteber Jl, ttTf..af
Lime for Sale I
mitfl endoretrned. relidlae aaar the dmaat hat
1 made enmpiet nrraageeaaatt with Lease
Ilera en eat sd U meuatain, whwHy b. is eta
bled U tsp cnaetanesy oa kaad a iargs cjoaatrty of
which h. etfert ta hrmers aad beild- n at 0 trif e
.krceet. Thm ianee-l ef the arteU would ie
wetl a are art a eMI, ef adjoj at by lattar, be
r.B.s,m,l....MCrmMl Fa-, lava
OF THE ORIAT
ftEDUCtlON 01 PRICES?
t i . . . ' -t .' v " "
1IF ronTaist nsi.x vv, arsws m
iMPOftTANT TnCTHSt '
tt..1n. auaoMdtd In eettiui a lighter terlf e
matiirial, btuoe tbt low and mnesvais tharge for,
anrtial and full sett of T tat he 1 at tht hurt
manursrtura Ol eeom anil v.nrr -
optratl'iotreiristtrtd nnd wnrrnutae) t giv let-'
,.ioe end Mtltlulloa. .
Friends, hjfieel thai my cbargtt rot tbt Inttr-
- -t ..lillelal and Ilia savin, of Iht BBtural'
teeth" are now the most reasonable in PeaaeyUaula.;
PreeeiT yonrioeib nad yoa preserve yens health,
e .! the natural teeth la a brallby, pr-'
aervativ.iand useful condition it madt a ipeelelty.'
DLvaasel .inn malioroieiH'ni.ooio'M. w
law aad aivutiate pern, are treated and eerreeirdr
with fair ai'teeis. Esaifllnallone and aeaeultaV
.i.... ..ui. l
i, id b e'rll for nttlentt from a distance fo
let me knew by U a few d.ye before oomlnf .
"il'lt vlnTii'inorlaSl 'b' children b.twren tba'
agof ilt ana iwelt.' jawrt tbould hnv their
teeth stemmed. , i . , .
Ansiiihetici arc aumi.i'."'" iis
moved without pain. . . i.j ;. ,
DI.poiliio.il and eharnct r art i4r.d by all
Ih world by the etpeesion f Ik face, ksac
bow very disastront a. 1 It ie-reior by for per.
sons to indulge an etprea sl"B ol uisior.s.. -e.ares,
even apart from a bygica o view. Now, tircnjoy
natural (nrt artihclsl) ee.-niii. r-"--v
respect and obey natural sira HI i" and in.l Ipot,.
n. runir,n ,
Ofiloe Ih New Hawaii Bulking, fieeotid ttrewt.
Clearlield, faayn to
Dn. A. AT- HILLS '
Would lav la his natlrata and the aub'
lie generally, that, having dissolved pnrtnar.hls
wl'h Dr. Kbsw, be it now doing tbt entire work
of bis office himself, so tbat pal ieOls need not fear
being put under the hands of any other operator.
t;iceraeiu, Jlarua so, iDis-pusvmeui.
J. M. STZWAET, D. D. S.,
Oflic over Irwln't Drug Store, .
All dental operallmt. either la tbe mechanical
or operative branct, promptly attended I aad
satisfaction guaranteed. Bpeciai airenuon paiu
to tbe treatment of diseases of tbe natural tilth,
earns and aionth. IrreeulariLV of the leetb soe-
eesifullyeorreeted. Teeth eitraeted wllboutpala
by tbe asa of Ether, and arllOeial taetb Inserted
of the best material and warranted t render eat
iaractlou. tprilitl'7l:ly '
rjiUB MITCHELL WAGON,
Farm, freight and Fkntatiod Usa.
tblrmally ioomi ai tba
DEIGI.1AL BACIXK WA005.
Madt by frtpcrleof'. work m a but af aa f-f4
BiaUrUI aa ajubty ana buy. Wa do aot tlaira la
bail'l tba lowait prle4 Wigoni, bat ant aita it t
boilJ a well proportioaed vngn In all lu part,
and airal to durability aad I .if lit draft. Fur tba
put quirtar of a arntdry tba alitrb'-ll Wga baa
looeff-afully avtlnUiaed tha rfpointioa oi baiag
the bM wagoa la mum. Tha rup.Jly iBerauing
ilfmand for tbm pro re tbeir luparioritjr otaraU
othrr wagon a,
Miuttlli Lawii ot Co., Maaafaataran, EaatatA
Wiaeooaia. I'or aala by
Ang. 6, 187 Cltartfid, Pa. '
TEW LIME KILN!
Tba undenigacd would niptt fully notify all
paraom intartittMl tbat ba bai jut arrtfd a aaw
I.iaio) Kiln, ta fika towrtabip, an I will Vvp atl
band a mtlM quality of taray Llia. tttilaH
will La furatabrd to faribam, bo i ! aud otaerfl
at ii effnu pr baibal, eb. at w r iln.
LUMBKR CITT, PA.
Tba BBderitrnaa aaanvnMa ta hia aid frittada
and iron that ba hat ftpftntd a g'ad lloa af
MROCF.KIE.1 A PUOVrO.NS at tha old Hwl
of Kirk k frfcneer, fir wbifb b- anile it a li'Mrml
p.lrcme. II. w. Bt ix.t.n.
ioaaobar tity, l a., jnarci. z-u. ,
IMitt JiAf.F Tba attdcrfigtied ofrrt for
la ralaabla tow a i.r-voriy ta tha boroarh
o( Clwrbfli. Lot Mxlai feci, rlib ft co4 two
ttory pUok baa tbaraoa vrorUJ, with tkara
rootnt dowa itam ad Kr Urd room ap tuira.
A lio, aew t tig ruta aad bath mom oa aceobd floor
H'lBM an. bed eoMplHa ttm aellar t attta
(icv-l dmiMt pm h and rouS water imaa raft
Vintablt arid pvtof.lff .
JttaugTi n M. M. Mct'ULLUl Oil.
OJi 8 A LEI
A large and wall InUbad Rrfck twtTt. I'a-
ata oa th nrnf basak, ia tba boroagb of CUmt
o(j, e4ji.u11.111g )n prfnit, wna gofsd arilarA
wtr la ih kttrbm. and all tba aodrn aofiwa
aiaiioaw. Pantrira, Wiroots, Clbc-prfvf An
Loot tiat ftat frvat aad two ttaadrad and tkirtf
IWt lck, with a twnT allty oh tba aaat
nid, - Hald building, will, oil (ba p.rtei(
will ba mi l atiatipa witk pay ihrnntt n fluit p turbo
or. Applwtoa taa ba tnado lo tba vndar
lignotl. or to A- C. Tair, )., wbo Will gira alt
iirtva-ary lnf"ra4tU'B ta tboaa wbo daalra ta ia
pci tb propor ly.
May Hit, JiJ, tt.
gTORE UOUSE GOOD3
W. I. Dlrhay A Pea Fe their entire atlwk ef
fltoro GenJ., ia Oten Uoiie, at private sale.
Tbey ah. esTer their Hon. for tab. er rent, t.
sell parebaaor. The goods will be sold aa the
are on the shelves sheep, and on east)! er res.
If aot sold by ftrl.teaaber uih, tbey will bd
sold al e. Rare bargains ran f had In I)ry
Goods, Velione, Boats aad ftboes, Hard ware.
Glassware, and ia fact all hinda of goods. If
not sold aatil October tit., they will be offered et
auction every Faturd.y until al are disposed ef.
Iht House It the beat in fllea Hoh, end doing a
good be.ine.s. Tbe ill health of W. H. Iii.key
it the tans for Belling. Call oh er address -
W. a. IlKKEi A SOU.
Oka Bet.e, .pt. 17. 117 Jw.
BONDS FOR SALE. The Clcr
sld da Ctepeay is .fenag tu heads ta
aa tnveefmcat, raaaiag from aa. t. lea year,
heanag si per e-at. inUreet. peyabse ersst.a
aoaily ea Ibe first dayt of J.nwaey .ad J.ly.
Tk. tmeual la linrHed to IIMMK. being but,
on. third et the stoat af the eaeepaav. thus mea-.
ing tba bond, a desirable aad ess. iBvestssevrW
Tb.v eaa had al . it bar af th. Haake ia ihu hoc
ougb, er at the Treamrer's nSW.
W. W. rTT,Treeiirer. '
Clearfield, SepL 10, I ?.t..t
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALEf
The Hoe Ie and Lot ea tha aorner.f Mar
. et aad Fifth SI rata. Clearfield, l'a., to for .ale.
The iMawwra'ae nearly na ar. ed graoad. Thai
bouse if a large dowt.1 frame, se,atetbiag niaa
rooms. For terms and other Information appl
10 tae ewwecnaer, SI tea roes .rate.
r. a. on Lin.
The Cdl's Bun Woolen Factory,
Feaa township, Clear bald Co., Fa.
BURNED U Pi
The svrhetYirarrs have, at greet evpewet, rehwIH a
BetghWirtHvad snreeatlty, ia tha ereefroa eta firsts
elan Weola Maaulaetery, aith all the modems
Improvements astached, ei.a are prepared lo maha
all hia ta of Clxhs, Cessrmeres, Aatiaetu, Bless,
beta, Funaela, A. Pteaiv at h4. aa bead tw
tapnly atl out eat aa4 a iao.eaa.1 .w eweteasort
whom we ask I eesaa aad elasaia eat sue.
V k w.AMa mJ
CADi!a knt rt'LLfxi
win swwlra anr eepeelal atlmtloa. fopaf
arraamteatt will be mads ta ramie sa4 deliver
frei. I. sail ewetomera. A a work an nteel 4
doa. ep ibe abort.! notiea, ar t a. atwae
it' a la Irasrns! w. hopt Ie realise a liberal ihara
of peb'i. pmreesege.
oaare POt (r r.ool WASTIM
We eritf y th. hiV mtrn't p-de. for Wool
tad tell owr maaetr.swred tried, a. law a limlla
goeaU eaa he a.,',1 la the essao.y. awd abwneee'
we tail to rend-r rvwwoaaaa skfrtlai We eaa
always sas found at kotaa wads' la arete prape
tiplaaatsaa, eithr ra paveww ev y hmer.
tlUtt iOMstfiOH A IOH,
ewat W. W,