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SarfliraM, Ilniwr, jkc.
SACKETT & SCURYYER, '
ltd manufacturer! of
Tln.Coppcr & Sheet Iron YVnre,
ntlo Uriel? laoraeaed ear itaek of Herd
were, we loite the publio to eiatnine our etook
Oarp.oter. and p.ron who eontempl.t build
lug will do well U eumlne oil
TOOLS & BUILDING HARDWARE,
which I. new and of the beet meaufeeture, and
wm m aold low for oaab
All kinda of Benrh Planes, Sawe, Chleoli, Rquarei,
uaminere, iiaicneie, numoa anq li-sveia,
.Mortiaed Thumb Gugei, Bevele,
ttracea A I)i(U, Wood and Iron
Hi-nrh Screwa, and the beat
Curing Machine 1b the
Double and Single Bitt Axes,
POCKET CUTLERY, to.
Agenti for Burnetii Iron Corn Shelter,
Alio, agenti for Rlobardi'
GOTHIC FLUE TOPS,
which effectually eore Bmoky Flaw.
Farm era' Implement! and Garden Tooli of every
A large variety of
which we warrant to giro utltfaetlon.
Forlabit Manges and B'ttrnaceM,
-PJuRoofing, Spooling and Job Work done on
iTRioDftble teriDi. All orera will receive prompt
aucQuun. June 11. iua,
BICLER, YOUNG & REED,
( Successor! to Boy n ton A Young,)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
Man facta ren of
FOETABLE & STATIONAET
Corner t'f Fourth anil Pint Street,
t rF.Annr.ro, pa.
HAVING engaged In the manufacture of firat
elaas MACHINERY, we reapectfuUy Inform
the publio that we are now prepared to fill all
ordure ai cheaply and at promptly aa oan be done
in any of the cities. We manufacture and deal in
Mulay and Circular Saw-Millu
Head Block!. Water Wheela, Shafting Patleyi,
OilTord'i Injector, Steam Qaugea, Steam Whtitlei,
Oilen, Tallow Cupi, Oil Cupi, Gauge Cock a. Air
Cocks, Globe Valves, Check Valves, wrought Iron
Pi pei, S'.eam Patnpi, Boiler Feed Pump, Antl
Friction Metre, Soap Stone Packing. Gum Pack
Ing, and all klndi of MILL WORKf together
with Plowi, Sled Soles,
CO OK AXD PA RL OR S TO YESt
and other CASTINGS of all kinds.
Order! aolicited and filled at etty prices
All letter! of inquiry with reference to machinery
of our manufacture promptly answered, by addrei
Ing us at Clearfield, Pa.
janl'74-tf BIGLKR, YOUNG A REED.
IERRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
Stove Lining and Fire Brick,
kept oonstantly on hand.
STOXE AD mm. WARE
OF EVEltY DESCRIPTION!
CHOCKS! POTS! CEOCKSI
I'Uhtr'e Patent Airtight Self . Healing
Fruit '! I
BUTTER CROCKS, with ll.li,
CREAM CROCKS, MII.K CROCKS,
APl'LK - BUTTER CHOCKS,
FLOWER POTS, MB DISHES.
And . greet Inany other tbiniri too Bameronl to
mention, to be bed at
STONE - WARE TOTTERY,
Corner ol Cherry end Third Street.,
CLEARFIELD, PA. tag!
FOR PALE BY
If. F. lllgler A Co.
IRON DOUBLE-SHOVEL PLOWS.
WOOD DOUBLE-SHOVEL PLOWS.
WOOD SINOLE-SIIOVEL TLOWS.
QOWANDA A IRON BEAM PLOWS.
PITTSBURO STEEL PLOWS.
IIAUPTS BELLEFOKTB PLOWS.
BOBE60.V8 ud THOMPSONS PLOWS.
,-Shere. for ell ol the .bore Plow. eon.
leiilly o. hend. inj28-7l
Down I Down 1 1
THE LAST AllllIVAL
AND OF COURSE THE CHEAPEST!
A Proclamation against High Pricesf
"11TB are now opmltig op a lot of the ben and
f moat euttn.blo tlin.il. and Warea erer
off.r In ibla narket, and prioee that remind
one of the food old itara of cheap thin,.. J,m
who lok feiih upon Ihie point, or data our alia.
getiona euperflaoua, aeed but
V.11.M. at avn STORE,
Corner Front ud Market MreeU,
Where they eon aee, feel, beer .nd know for th.
wire.. To fall, uderetud whet are" ,,a
thl. moat be done W. J,'
to enumerate and itemlae .u etock. It I. Wou2
for a. to atat. that "oegn
We have Evervtliing that It Needed
and eonmmed In thla market, and at arleea that
Mtoni.h bulb old aad Tnon..
deelD JOSKPH BHAW A SON.
TUB aad.ralgned, kaelng aelebllabed a Nat
a.rv ea the 'Pike, akoat keif we, ketweea
Clearleid aad Cerwenavtlle. Ie eronared t
alak allkinde af FRUIT TRKES,(aUadardud
dwerf.) Kv.rgreea.. Shrabb.r,, Urape Vinea,
m.b.rri.., Lawtoa Blaekkerr,, Htrawberre,
and Raekerr, Vl.e.. Alae, Hiberlu Crah Tr.ee.
qelaee, aad earl, ..arlet Rbaaarb, Ae. Ordeaa
r,wHr.v .h. ie. Auoreea,
J. D. WRIGHT.
epll-ll-r Carwu .111., P.
5rg tSotdf , Crawlci, (tt.
1. r. WBAVaa..,,
,.w. w, I. era.
WEAVER & HETTlH
Are offering, at the eld stand of 0. L. Reed A Co.
their ttoek of goeds, oonsistlng of
DRY -GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS A SHOES,
HATS A CATS, HARDWARH,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, dto., 4o.,
At the ort reasonable rates for CASH or la
Square Timber, Boards, Shingles,
OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Advances made to those engaged Id get
ting on square Umber on the moat advantageous
T. A. FLECK & CO.
(Two door, ea.t of the Shew Houm,)
Millinery and Fancy Goods
GLOVES, ell kind, inj tliet.
COTTON STOCKINGS, nnrpeaMd both In
quality end eheepneu.
WHITE AND SWISS 000D8, ell TerietlM.
C0RSKT8 AND HOOP SKIRTS, of th. leUit
pattern and lower than the loweeU
HAIR GOODS, of all rarletlei.
Cell end eiemlne oer .took before von ha
wibwhu. uiee to eoow our ffooua on all oa.
oaiioni Oar motto I.
"SMALL PROFITS & QUICK SALES."
"A Nimble Sixpence is Better than a
Remember the place onDOstta MusjouV In
Wm. Heed's old Hand.
T. A. FLECK,
aprill&'r4 A. M. HILLS.
KRATZER & LYTLE,
CLE A B FIELD, PA.
DM GOODS, NOTIONS,
Hardware and Queensware,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cnps, Ac.
-Shoemaker, .applied wllh LEATHER
and SHOB FINDINGS at rates, i
SALT I SALT I SALT I at wholesale an.
retail rery eheap.
PAINTS, OILS, CALCINED PLASTER, Ae.
A liberal dteeonnt to eulld.ra.
HOUSEHOLD OOODS, CARPETS, WINDOW
SHADES, OIL CLOTHS-ln larf.
Fisn, FLOUR, BACON, CORN HEAL ud
CHOP, alway. .a hud.
aVA)l of th. abo. good, ere purahaMd
.xolaalr.ry for oath, and th.r.for. eaa ud mill
be eold u eh.ap .J lh. .heaped, eprill-tt
I F. A C E IN EUROPE)
The bloody contest between Franee and rVvisIa
at an end for the present, so far as the elauh-
tering of men and the destruction ef nropertT Is
concerned. The Royal Juggler no dotbt pride
luemseive and rejoice over the result, but hew
insignificant Is their work when compared with
the humane and christian eflorte of
L. M. COUDRIET,
who bae undertaken to enpply all the eitlaewe It
the lower end of the county with food and rniment
at exceeding low rates from his mammoth store la
MULSONUUno, where be ean always be found
ready to wait upon eailera and (apply them with
Dry Goods of all Kinds,
Such a. Cloth., Satinatta, Cea.lni.re, lltullal,
v.ietn.a, binen, urnilnre, L'alieoee,
Trimming!, Albbom, Laee,
Roadj-made Clothlnc, Boot, aod Shoe.. ITat. and
Cap. all of the beet materiel and made to order
hum, door., Ulorea, Mittene, htet, Kibbona, Aa
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
CoOe, Tea, Sugar, Rise, Holaiiee, Fiih, k.H,
rora, l.lnMea Ull, rub Ull, Uerboa Oil.
Hardware, QuMnaware, Tlnwere, Caatlnga, Pleera
end Plow Caatlnga, Naile, Spike., Cora Coltlre
tora, Cider Prew.., ud all klad. of Alaa.
P.rfum.ry, Palnta, Varnlah, Ola.., and a general
e.aorlm.ot ol Btatlon.rj,
Of different brands, always on hand, and will ae
eol at the luweat possible Iguree.
LIQUORS, inch at Brandy, Wine, Ola, Whisky,
j ay no s metiioines, iiostettere ana
000 wounds of Wool wanted for hlak th
highest price will he paid. OloTerseed oa hand
and for tale at the lowest market price.
Also. A rent for fltrtto. villa A rnrnal1
uCall and see for yourselres. You will In4
oTerj thing usually kept in a retail store.
L. H. COUDRIBT.
FrenehTllle P. 0., March 1, 1B71.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
HOSIERY t GLOVES,
HATS A CAPS ud BOOTS A BHORS,
Tobacco, Grooarle. and Flik, Nalla, Hard vara,
Queenawer. and Ulareware, Man', ud
Boja Clothing, Drag., Palate,
Olla, Srhool Booka,
a larg. lot of 1'at.nt Medioiaea,
Candle., Nuta A Dried Prelta, Cheea. ud Craek
ra, Rook and Rid. Powder,
Floor, Grain and Potatoes,
Cl.ear aad Tlmotk, Seed,
Sole Leather, Morooeoa, Llaloga, Biadlaga ud
a hi . " n vr it 1 1. .001. Ufl
Ho greatar rarlet, af goods la an, Men la tea
eoantr. AH for aal. T.r, low for eah or enu.tr,
I""""" - .nw wraer. ABg. IF, IMTB.
W. dealt t call ,ear etteatlon to ear eiteeatre
voa.mi.aioa aaeiaeee ud t. ear faelllU. hi die.
poaiog of eaeh pndaeo ae ear eoaaigaare and a..
Il.rlng a large trade with ell, Moree, we ere ea-
aoiea e me.e ojeieii ret.raa, at fall prtoeo.
Bterrtwpere karlag Okleku., I.Uee, l.n,
r .thv prod.oe, will da well t give a. a trlet
Wker Umeeriea are takaa la .xebuaa. ae ana
mUatea wiU ka akarged.
art. . o L- 0 A 00,
Wholaeale Gmeer. ud Oammiaalea Marebuta,
-ewe., raiUMi a. kprl,
-IITICEV , CORTARLkM FIH
W 'l prhtud a hug. aambwr f the aae.
FIB BILL, ud wlU o tk, auM af in,,,.
Ira mu, mall eo.j I. UT addr.ee. aj,i
gjrugs anl trdlrinrs.
IHI LATEST MOVBI
THE LATEST MOVE I
HARTSWICK & IRWIN'S
To th.lr lew building oa Second Street, aaarljr
oppo.it. 10. .tore 01 weaver a natu,
Where they will eoatlaae to supply their eld aid
ae many now customers as may oomo, wllh
(Inoledlng ll a.w nmedlea,)
Patent Medlelnea, P.lut. aid Oil., Ola ud
Petljr, School Booka, Suiion.17, Paper,
Ao. aleo, a fell Una of Drug,
gieta' Sundriea, llilr
Coim.lloa, P.rf.ta.rlea, Toll.t Arllclea, Braahw,
Toilet Soepe, Pocket Book I, A.., all of
tk. beat ejuallljt.
PURS WINES AND LIQUOJtS,
for madloal A aa.raal.ntal purpoeee oaljr.
Pure Wblt. Lead, Colon of all kinda, Raw and
Boiled Llneeed Oil, Varniab.., Turpaa.
Una, Coal Oil, Paint A Vaniah
Coaf.elJoD.rlM, Bird Seed, Splee, groand and
uogrouad, of all kind..
SMOKERS AND CHEWERS
Wilt lad our stock of Chewing
and Smoking Tobaceo, Imported and Do
mestic Cigars, Snuff and Flaeeat to be af the
very best breads ia the market
LAMPS AND C HIM NEVA,
All kinda of GLASS WARS
aad Musical Trimmings of every variety.
navlng a long experience In the buslueae, and
an eitenslre and well seleeted etook or medieinee.
we are enabled la fill Physicians' preeerlptiuus at
the shorteet aetioe aad oa the most reaaeaable
terms, day and night.
HARTSWICK A IRWIN.
Clearfield, Pa., Maj 11, 171 -If.
FLOUR & FEED DEPOT!
Tb. .motion of th. Itla.aa of ClearH.il ud
elelnitr ia directed to the fart that Ooedfellow A
Boa are th. ef.oti .f M. Nieoe A C... .ad have
Jat recelred a keif doaea ear load, af Floar ud
reed, wblek thee offer at the leweat koaiibl. Ii-
uae. A larg. atocb af
FLOUR, CORN MEAL,-CHOP,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, BRAN,
Potato., BkeUed Cora, Cora la ear, A, Ac
Particular attutloa la ullei to II. Nleoe A
Co.'i brand of Familr Floar, which it th. beet ia
Floar and Feed MB ud will be Bold eheaper
then II eaa be obtained elaewker la Clearleid
arHtore oa Harkat etreat, nail door to Hon.
Aletuder Irf ia'. reoidenoe.
GOODFBLLOW A SON,
MARBLE AD STOXE YARD!
Ull. S. 8. LIDDELL,
Baring mgaged la th. U arbl baalnM dealre.
to laform her friend, and the publl that b. kaa
now and will keep aoaatutren hud a larg. ud
wall aelected atook or ITALIAN AND VERMONT
UARBLB, ud la prepared to faraieh ta order
BOX AND CRADLI TOMBS,
Curb, ud Poet, far Cm.tr, Lota, Wladow
Sill, ud Cape, aleo,
BUREAU, TABLB AND WASH STAND
TOPS, Ac, Ae.
V.Vard Rd atreel, aear th. R, R. Depot,
8AW8! 8AW8I 8AW8I
DISTAN'S CROSS-CUT, MILL, DRAO AND
Boynton'i Lightning Cross-out Saw.
PATENT PERFORATED A ELECTRIC SAWS,
Far tale hy
itli.T H. F. BIOLER A CO.
COVERT PATENT METALLIC
Made of the beet Mai lea
hie Iron, aad Is attached 1
t the Hamee by the best
Snap ever Invented. It
le easily and quickly put
ea, and pre eats the
whipping of the horses
by the pole. Kol liable
to get eat of repair.
Will last for years. All
wo ask ie a fair trial, to
eoavtaee all partiee at
Ing them that they are
unsurpassed la value for
the purpose for which
they are intended.
8ACKKTT A BCI1RYVKR.
Clearfield, April 16, 1174.
KBATZER & LYTLE
TarptBtlae,) f Nail.,
Palate, 1 WILL BILL TOU I Itlaee,
O'H J I Pali,,
French, Richards & Co.'i
Imvaaaaa ttoek ea hand.
Cleareele, Pa, April 1, llft.-lm
JEAD THIS I
House, Sign and Ornamental Paintinr.
The waaai.liraed; hawtag Mareai la .t Me
wb break, raepeetfall, .f.ia kU MTTiaa. U Ike
ettlMa. af CUera.ld aad Ttaialte aa a Bum,
ttga ud Oraaaeeatel Palatw.
Paa. Huglag ud aiaaVag dee. m tk. akari.
eat Bailee, wltk Beataaea aad aeepawk.
All w.,k Iw with ean, ud at prieee ta nil
be Market eareet, eetMilte tee AUa-
April t, UTalaj.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY II. 1114.
ohn mul tothi courr, ,
Booaalrle orb, akot madlr from th, aphrre,
Pluel wlthoal a plea, doit travel oa thla. ear
Tkrougk wide espuea af apaoai
Out oa a vendor,
Knowa to b. n.baloB tndeflnlt., loetn.tlag.
Of volum. Teat, but thla wld.-.irealatlof I
Tnon hoi,, high, trualated Legal Tender,
Approaob, eoiue nigher obliging aequieaoe,
For I., th. waiting .w.ll-iaob of the preM
W.ald feia go throajh thee
And I, a ,eath, held, koaeat, alple, guakiag.
Of poor but honsat par.aU born not Sura though
bora la Fluehtug
. f Am here aa iBtarrlew tkea.
Tell af th, lineage a. I're told the mine
Wa bar. on. end already of th, aqaeoaa Lint
(Tho. oaa.'l not reed that rh,a. without utire)
But 1.11 n. of th, dam,
A moat lr.napar.at, p.m.abl. .hem,
la all tredltlaa llaked wltk woe and aleugbter,
Than wall aightat be a aoa, a mIob, a ailr.r,
Aa off.priof of the bad data of Mill Hirer,
; Not ao.
Yet tell aa, Comet, prepee
Of w.t.r tbou'rt aoBlidered eroaa .nd webbed
Kra thou aom'at uurr, Ull ua, art tboa rabid f
He. Slriua bit tho. f
(Run 'tl. uougk ta pasala oa.,
Tb., let tbet alar ramp round without a mulllaoa.)
That tail, 0 Comet, giro, uotbor telt
For aaeationa t .nd. It h.r aomplate oeareaed,
Or le't "to be eontinued in the aeit V
Ia the aeit world, like BreeMea'e, Wilkie Colllaa',
And tkat eoufoanded "lllator," of Rollin'.,
Which, when I tboaght I'd beetaa lie laat aaluma,
Alwa,a ealBuked me with uotber Toluma.
le't tb, lateat to paa. a. with ao apiteful threat,
Or ah. to "bouuoo" a., ba'at oar ueleat eraat V
Breot a maaaara oa thla pluet'a brow,
RelM Cta, tare Jeok la brief ta bare a row t
If tbet'. th, pm, put up th, Ana wb,, dumb It,
Old Eartb'a full of grit) ud ,oa ean't aome It,
WOMAN CROSSING THE RAIL
ROAD. Thcro is only Olio tiling tho itmal-
men at the ruilwav crotwinirs can't stop.
and that is a woman. Tbuy can atop
a wagon, load of hay, or a band, but
wlion a woman atarta to (to over tuat
cixxwinR sho ia bound to go. The mora
excitedly tho airnalman waves his
hand and motions, her back, tho mora
frantically sho ilungoa forward, glar
ing wildly in -wvory direction except
the right ono, stumbling over tho rails
and dropping her "thinga" at every
stop, and stopping to gather them up,
utterly regimlleris of the shouta of the
signalman, engineer., firemen and ex
cited bystitntlura. Tho whixtle of an
engine on the other aide of the river
drives her into perfect ecaUwiea of
torrnr, ana "he jumps until everything
on hor hang loom, hut not until nho
ha, in the direct oppoaition to and in
violation of the ai gmilman'ssuggotitions,
entreatiea and punitive commands, got
clear acrons tho track, pawing sufuly in
imni oi mo KK'nniniiTO, noes ane see
tho engine which ao nearly dentroyed
hor, and then (the turns and fliea back
aenma that track like a flrwh of light
ning, never drawing brcnth until, pur
sued by a volley of howls, shouta and
threat, she tois at the place from
which she first started, and thinks it ia
a mercy she wasn't ruo over and
killed and that there ought to bo a law
f Hitting all those rareltiw railroad men
n tho penitentiary for life, because they
m vor warn people about the engines.
Jlurtimjtun litueK t. ye.
Mackerel are very numerous along
tho Atlantic count, and are caught by
fishing smacks in great number from
Capo May to Cio Cod. Those fish
wore until Into years caught with a
small hook, but as fishing became more
extensive a new plan was discovered by
which a great unmoor could be caught
in lew time than with the hook and
line. It would take the fishermen, with
hook and lino, a long time to got a load
to bring to market iresh, but now they
often get enough in one haul to road
The smack men have two finning.
boats and a large seine-like net, about
200 fathoms in length and eight in
depth, with large weight of 150
pounds called "Old Tom," fastened to
tb bottom rope about miuway ot the
net. They have pulleys connected with
this weight and small rings fastened to
the bottom rope about four feet apart.
A long rope ia pawed through theso
rings and attached to the pulleys, so by
pulling on this rope the men are able
to draw up the bottom of tho net like
a bag. On approaching a school of
mackerel the fishermen urop "UW
Tom" overboard, and then row around
the fish and let out the net so as to
form a circle. After the Asli have been
closely gathered in tho not the captain
comes alongside the not with the smack,
and with a large acnop-net he, with the
assistance of tho crew, hoist them on
A NEW LIGHT.
Tho "light of other days" whs tho
penny din" or tho "larthing rushlight"
d im and kerosene have regulated thorn
lu Uie UttlH. BUUll wuurv lua iim-v aim
rats can nibble the grease and tangle
their teeth in tho wicks and pith at
leisure. Now comes along an inventive
Russian who proposes to send both gas
and kerosene in the cold shade of ob
scurity. Electricity Is tho now light
An ordinary electro-magnetic machine
is connected by wiroa with burners in
street lamps, public buildings, and
private residence, i uese burners are
small tubus of glass not more than six
inches in length, filled with a pencil of
charcoal and hermetically eeulod. A
woak current of electricity is sent
through the charcoal points producing
a brilliant but soil light All the lights
in a city can be lit simultaneously if
necessary, and with a n teen-diorse bow
er machine the invontor aays he can
illuminate all at I'etoinburg. 1 he cost
ia (light, because the charcoal points
are consumed an slowly a to last fur
years. When the housekeeper of the
luture can bnliantiy illuminate the
house by turning a button without fear
of bad smells, explosion, suffocation, or
heavy gas bills, and can regulate the
droll of the fire-place by turning a key
and send the smoke by pipes to manure
a farm In the country instead of np the
chimney to re-enter through the win
dow in the form or "blacks," the "hap
py days" will have come.
DID NOT FORGET.
Mr. Larimer, lately of Costillo county.
Colorado, waa a last young man so
came to Washington to got an office.
Like many dissipatod young men, he
did not succeed. So ho went to tho
bad. While on his way to the latter
end, and just as be waa about to finish
up, he wa accidentally encountered by
Mr. waldo A. Ulorwom, a gentleman or:
means and good aoclal position, who
saw in tho young follow omo good
traits, and alter brief chat took him
to his own house, treated him kindly,
put him on bis soll-rospect, and finally
snoceeded in bringing him back to wava
that were good. lie took the course of
empire. Boon afterward Mr. Blossom
removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and
heard no mora of Larimer for twenty
year. But last winter soiim one aent
him a Colorado advertisement, signed
"Larimer," calling for Information of I
blossom, jtesull : tiaruner riau men.
lie had settled in Colorado, and ap
plied himself tnoeaaantly to bnsineea,
never married, got very rich, and be
qneathod tb whole nearly a million
of dollar to the beneiaotor who was
so good to him in Washington. All
true. Mr. Blossom take legal posses
sion of hi new fortune during the
A mod! CoDgrMtMD, who recently
reoelved telegram frota tk IVuidant,
hat placed It in bit autograph book.
TRANSFUSION OF BLOOD.
Newt aa followa: "A recent modioli!
experiment haa excited a considerable
amount of interest in our village. ' Iv
neighbor oiinpaon was nearly dead will
consumption, and Dr. Hopkins, at lust,
in despair, concluded to try the effect
of a transfusion of blood of which ho
had heard so much lately. As no hu
man being" was willing to shed his blood
for Simpson, tho doctor bled Kiinmon's
goat, and opening a vein in Himpsou's
arm he injoetod about two quart of
the blood into the patient's system.
Simpson immediately began to revivo;
but, singular to relate, no sooner had
his strength returned than ho jumped
out of bod and twitching his head about
after the fashion of a goat, he made a
savage attempt to butt the door. That
medical gontloutau, after having .Simp
son's hood plunged against his stomach
throe or four times, took refuge in the
closet ; wheroupon Simpson banged his
bead against the panel of the door a
couple of time, and woultl probably
have broken it to splinters bad not his
mother-in-law entered at that moment
and diverted his attention. One well
directed Mow from Simpson floored her,
and then, while the screamed fbr help,
Simpson frolicked around over the floor,
making assiduous efforts to nibble the
green flowers in the ingrain carpet
When they called the hired man in and
tiod him down on the bod, an effort
was made to interview him, hut tho
only answer he could give to such ques
tions as how he felt and when ho
wanted his medicine was 'ba a,' pre
cisely like that of a goat ; and then ho
would strain himself in an effort to put
a holo in the head-board. Tho condi
tion of tho patient was'so alarming, and
Mrs. Simpson was so indignant, that
Dr. Hopkins determined to undo the
evil if possible Ho he first bled Simp
son freely, and then by heavily bribing
Simpson s Irishman he procured fresh
blood from him and injected Simpson
the second time. Himimon is now as
well as over, excepting that he shocks
his old Itepublican friends by display
ing an irresistible tendency tovnto tho
Democratic ticket, and makes his mother-in-law
mad by speaking with a strong
brogue. But ho has given up butting,
and has never indulged in it since hut
once, and that was on Sunday, when
ono of the remaining corpuscle of
goat blood getting into Lis bruin Just
as ho was going into church, he butted
the sexton half way up tho aisle, and
only recovered himself stifllcieiitly to
apologise just as the enraged tttllcial
wiu alHiut to floor him with a hymn
JOHN VAN UUUAN S WIT.
The following story is told by the
JmlianujHilia .VifinW; A lady well
known in New York suciet v lias recent
ly gone tho wuy of all the living. Her
mu was a wtiiuew inn rancii inn-, aim
now that it is ended we are forcibly re
minded ol a story connected with the
death of her first husband. That gen
tleman had, it seems, lost his health in
some manner, and. as tho wuv is now.
and was then he went abroad, hoping
to regain it. From land to land he
journeyed till he died in some far-off
country let us soy JHew Mouth t ales
and the tidings of his decease were
sent to his sorrowing partner, together
wim iuo itmimiKiiun viiav uin mrny nuu
been preserved in a cask ot ruin, and
was held subject to ber order. She at
..n.u. ....i.. ,t.n u i. r..H
...av v n . v. iiuuniill iti. i,i-
warded to nor address, and there tho
mutter rested. But as time rolled on
the widow bocamo so much consoled
to enter again into tho married state.
Thus it chsnced that when tho cask
containing No- 1 arrived, at the end of
a twelvemonth, ZSo. 2 accompanied his
bride to the ship to receive his prede
cessor. An account of which curious
affair led John Van Huron to remark,
in his inimitable dry way, "If poor M.
hod known who would be on hand to
receive him, he would not have come
homo in such good spirits.
Manufacture or Wire. Thore arc
sixteen wiro drawing manufactories in
New England, of which that at or-
cester, Mass., is the largest The wire
lists are heated and roiled in grooved
roller until they are reduced to a
coarse wire about one-eignt oi an inch
in thickness, and they are then passed
through draw plates until tuey have
been further reduced to the desired
sizo. Tho draw plate consists usually
of a flat piece of hard steel, with holes
corresponding to the various numlsrs
or sizes to which tho wiro is to be
drawn. Plate for fine wiro are Pro-
pared with perforated rubies or othor
bard stones, i he wire Is annealed and
drawn cold, an operation which some
time has to be repeated several times
before tho wiro is finished. Iron and
brass wire may be drawn at rates vary
ing from twolve to forty-five inches
per second. Tho finer sixes of silver
and copper aro drawn at the rate of
sixty to seventy Inches per second.
Ciold and platinum have been drawn
to a spider line by coating tho metal
with silver, drawing it down to the
finest number and then removing the
coating by acid, leaving the almost im
perceptible interior wire. Wire thus
made for purposes of experiment in
London is said to have boon so fine
that a mile' length weighed only one
Cannon Made or Ice. A hollow
cylintlorwillboaragreatcrstrain than a
solid one. Many of us know by ex
periment what a hard pressure an ogg
will resist when placed endwise' le
twecn tho hands. 1 his curious strength
in a round but weak substahce is due to
the exact, orderly arrangement of the
particles, i. ., in perfect curve. A
memorable illustration was soon in the
mock artillery set to play guard in Hunt
of that creation of imperial whim, the
ice palace of Cathnrino of Kussia. Do
fore the putuce stood six cannons of ico
and two mortars formed of cast pieces.
Tho cannons wore six pounders, which
are commonly loaded with throe pounds
of powder; these, however, with a
quarter of a pound, and carried a ball
of stuffed hemp, and sometimes of iron.
Tho balls at a distance of sixty spaces
passed through a board two Inches in
thickness. The loo of the cannon could
Dot have been more than three or four
inchos In thickness, and yet it resisted
tho force of the explosion. American
That Btort. "Now, gentlemen,"
aid a peripatotlo leoturer, to a some
what noiiy crowd, who had gathered
to one of bit seances in an Eaitorn
village, "how would you Ilk a good
blackguard story J All in favor will
raise their bands." Nine-tenth of the
dexter pawg instantly wont up, and
there wa sodden hush of all noisy
demonstration. Th leoturer went
on with hi original tubjeot for a few
minute, when aome inoauliou Indi
vidual brok out with, "Say, whtre'i
that itory 1" "Bleu yon," wa th re
ply, "I did not intend to tell any auoh
lory. I oaly wanted to know bow
many blackguard war present."
Yob might hav heard pin drop any
tlm during th lestar, after that. .
' When th lata King of th Sand
wloh Island waa gathered to hi fa
ther ha waa baried in a leather eloak
whiob bad pawed dowai to hint through
generation of royal obiefUlna. When
th remia were to be placed Id tho
coffin, and wr removed from th
feather rob on which h bad lain in
sute, his aged fatbtr commanded that
th body be buried la the robe, a the
dud king, bi on, waa th laat of the
mmilT and to blm, therefore, it belong,
d. It will oot mora thin 1100,000
to replao this rob, J vr it i re.
placed, for on million of bird, po-
(i oi rar na ana yllow plumage,
wr caught to furnish tb matorialof
Wbiob it watmad.
WHAT IS RESPECTABLE SO-
Wa hoard a man, othorwiao In
telligent enough, lately sneer at an
other, "beosuao," said he, "ono never
most him in renpoclablo society..
The IDeuLor did not moan, however'
that tho person he affected to look
down upon wa immoral, but morely
that hi circle of intlmatos was not
oomposod of tho fushionablo or rich.
This notion of what constitutes re.
apootublo sooioty is quite a favorito
one with that class of individuals
whom Thaekery hua so significantly
culled "snobs." Empty protenso is
always making its own characteristics
a standard by which it strives to meas
ure the rospeetabllity. Among the
proud, narrow-minded, rospootabilily
dopend on being descended from.un-
cslor who have murried thoircouiins
for so many conluriet that neither
muscle nor brain are loft any longor
to degenerate descendants. Every
conooiled fool thinks himself, in like
way, the only man really weighty, tho
only person who is roully respectable
But true roipactubility depends on no
uch adventitious circumstance. To
bo rospcolable is to bo worthy of rc
spoct; and bo must deserves respect
who ha tho most virtue. Th hum
blest man, who bravoly docs his duty,
is mors worthy of respoct.is more truly
respectable than tho covetous million
aire among his money-bugs, or the ar
rogant mousrch on bis tbrono. Tho
fine lady who backbite hor neighbor
is Ions worthy than the honest washer-
woman. 1 ho protligu'.o noble, though
ho may wear a doien order in his
button-bole, I ofton really not ns
roBpoctable a the shoe black who
cleans his boots. That which is culled
tho "world" exalts the ono and despises
tno other; out it does not mak them
respectablo according to tho real mean
ing of tho word. "Their respectability
ia but a shallow sham, a thoy tbotn
sclves froquontly feol ; and those who
worship them bow down toarclicu
a thing of feather and tinsel. The
selfish, idle drono who wastes life In
his own gratification, and dissipates
tho fortune of his progeny, is not and
cannot be rospoctable ; but tho hard
working and scll-dpnying lallior, who
wears out hi life to bring up his chil
dren, is, ovon though he be a dny la
borer, entitled to distinctive respect.
Nothing can mako Dives fit to ho on
Abraham' bosom, while Lassrus is
welcomed thcro, evon with the soros
tho dogs havo licked Indianapolis
A FAMOUS WILL CASE.
Sometime ago it will be romombored
litigation wa commenced at liatlle
Creek, Michigan, to lost tho validity
of a will made hy one Thomns (1. Dun
can, millionaire, who being a friend
of Bishop Simpson during his life, re-!
mcmbored him in dcutli by making
him one of hi logntocs nnd by devis
ing largo sums to tho Methodist church,
its various associations and several of
its congregations. After nearly a year
of legal proceedings and considotuhlo
delay, a compromise has been agreed
upon by tho contestants. Under the
terms of this compromise, tho will was
admitted to prubate, excepting what
it known as the residuary clitue, by
which the tostntor bequeathed the
residue of tho estate, amounting to
1250,000, to such religious Methodist
objects as the executors might direct.
This clause was pronounced invalid on
account of vaguenoaa and uncertainty.'
The rcmaindor of tho instruments
stands probated as tho last will and
moot of Thomas (j. Duncan. Tho
legatees gavo the contestant from 25
to 50 per cent, of tho amount of the
legacies, Jto allow judgmont to bo en
tered. By the terms of the compro
mise, tho Mothodisl Church of Battle
Creek gets (0,000 instead of 110,000.
Tho church at I'ithole, Pa., recoivos
th same amount. The church at
1'lomer, Pa., gives the contcstanta
$12,000 out of a legacy of (25,000.
Bishop Simpson got his full legacy of
(M0.0U0, as the contestant, William O.
Duncan, made up the amount of the
discount, (10,000 out of hi own
means. Jams Long and his family,
of Philadelphia, gots (00,000; William
Jackson, blacksmith, of Pittsburgh,
has (10,000 ; Sarah Pralbor.of Plumer,
Pa., (22,500; Wm. Wilson, of Ship.
ponville, (7,600. The heirs of Kev.
Mr. Leach get (3,750, and Mr. Grocn
wood (10,000. The heirs have the
amount of their legacies, and a share
in the residue Instead of the annuity
which was to havo been furnished for
Mrs. Duncan, molhorof th deceased,
a fund Is to be invoatod by the excen
tors, as the trustees, for hor benefit,
and subject to bor testamonlay dis
posal, iho lawyers get as lees and
expenses the handsomo some of (39,
000. THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Bayard Taylor, in nno of liin rocont
letters, say that ho haa noticed ono
atrikinschango in Egypt. This is tlio
astonishing spread ol tho English Inn
Buuga within tho last twonly years;
resulting both from tho ntinibors ol'
bnglish and Amorican travelers who
visit th hast, and th oso of tho lan
rungo hy traveler of other nationali
ties. French, which until witliiu the
last few year was indispensahlo, ha
been slowly fading: into tho back
ground, and is already less avuilablo
than fcngiuli lor Jlaly and all tho
Orient. I was a little surprised in
Koine at being, accosted by a nnttro
boot-blnck with. "Shine nn vnnr
ooota J" in .Naples, every peddler of
oanos, coral, photographs, and shell
fluh know at least enough to make a
good bargain ; but this is nothing to
. . . v. .
wnatono meets in f.gypt. t he bright
wilted hoy learn the Inngiiaea with
amniing rapidity, and aro so apt at
guessing what tl.cy do not literally
understand that the travolor no longer
requires an interpreter. At tho base
ol Pompoy' pillar, to-day, a rugged
and dirty little girl eame out of a fel
lah hut and lollowod us, oryinir, "Uivo
us a ha' penny 1' All the couilimuo
and shopkoopcrs are familiar with the
words necessary lor their bnsinoss, nnd
profor to us them, evon after thoy sco
that yon ar acquainted with Italian
or Arabic The simple, natural struc
ture of the English lanituniteundoubt-
ly contribute also to ilaextonsion. it
Is already th leading langunge of tho
world, spokon by ninety million peo
ple (double the number of the Krenrb
speaking races), and ao extending its
oonquoats year by year that its prauti
oal value ia in advance of that oi any
TaoiTiNO in th Wht. In the
free-for-all race, bvst three in five, on
the 10th Inst., at Indianapolis, lnd.,
tho first hoal was closely contested
between Goldsmith Maid nnd lied
Cloud until th homo ilroluh, when
both horse ware held up to save Judge
Fallerton, who broke badly and laved
hi distance. The Maid won the boat.
Time, 120. - - .
Tb ioeond heat wa very exciting
botwoen Ked Cloud and th Maid,
both bone ooming in under the whip.
Th Maid won by a head, Fullerton
barely saving hi distance. Time,
EimnlCAM ltnV.T.rv.fplnn VvaH.
rick William, of Prussia, tho Quoen's
eldest grandson, will, on th occasion
of hi confirmation, which stand fixed
for th 1st of September, have a sepa
rate retinue attached to his person, in
conformity with the established Prus-l
ion oustoni. It I proposed lhal'aflor
Mlthselmas.lS7fl.lin shall wl.lt ..'
ral German univariilie, and paa
through th ordinary eonrae of aca
demics! studies for at leait two year.
xii uiiivwreiiie seieciou are, Brat,
Bonn, and after that Strasbourg.
We desire ta cull tho attention of tlio citizens or Clcnrficltl county to tho Tact that we
havo opened a
MUSIC STORE IN CLEARFIELD,
Where wc intend to constantly koep on hnnd n full supply of
PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.
Our stock of PIANOS will consist of
GEORGE STECK & CO'S PIANOS,
r STEIN WAY At -SONS' PIANOS,
. " HAINES BROTHERS' PIANOS.
Wo aro prepared at all times to furnish any of tho cheaper makes of Pinnos to order on the most
fuvorablo terms as to prices and terms of payment.
Our stock of ORGANS will consist Qf tho new and populur
ItYNDER ORGAN, (with Hyndor's Knco Ticmolo and downward Octave Coupler,)
The SMITH AMERICAN ORGAN CO.'S OUGANS,
MASON & HAMLIN'S ORGANS, and tho
NEW HAVEN MKLODECN CO.'S JUBILEE, TEMPLE nnd CHURCH ORGANS.
Resides these we furnish to order Organs from any fuctory desired. .
We sell on every plan known to tho trade, cither CHEAP FOR CASH, ON NOTES, or on tho
POPULAR AND EASY LEASE PLAN.
On our easy terms every one can havo a good instrument, and no other investment of like
amount will. lend so much to MAKE HOME HAPPY.
DCTVVe shall lie glad lo have you cnll and gee us, whether you desire to purchase or not.
oct23-'72-ly JlYJVnEK'N MUNIC NTOHE.
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE I
I IV CIRARD TOWNM1IIP.
Th untUriiffnotJ offcri for nil Ut firm on
wliieh h no residr!, ntuM is itirard tuwnhl,
CkarttelO ouuntjr, formerly owntxl by Juiliu
J. Vi: Tin farm ronltttna '2U nertt, and it fury
Jpflrtbly loetUrd. The builtlinjct reill new, and
onilit of n large frame bouw, bnving flood oclkr
andrrneaUh, and good waUr cunrcnienti brigs
fruit barn, bUekoiuitb abvp, wftguo ibod, ipring
bouot, Ae. Tho build.nga on Ihli farm are
foud, if noHwtUr, than on any farm in Clarflrld
oonnty. Tut Innd in of auperior quality and tn a
f imrt Hat of cultivation.
iVMrMion will b giTea la lb. taring, or at
any lima mt eofirenirnt to tht purchaaer. The
terra i will ba reasonable. Peraoni dcairoua of
purr baa in x oan adilrtM the aubacriber at Leeonte
Jlilli V. O., Clearfield cob ply, Pa., or apply (
parion on Iba prcmlaa.
Any pcranna watitlnff any Information in if (card,
to tlia quality of tbe land, tba kind of baildingt
therein. Ac. Aegean H the In format ou by call
ing on Sheriff Fia, in CJrarflold, a he owned tbe
farm fur a a umber of yeara, and of emir knowa
all about It. W KN lKM. KffUKKrt.
Iennte'a Mtlla, Clearfield Co., Pa.
January XI, 1874.
. i. 8TANDAHD
UP ALL KIRPIf
Daggaira llamwa, Warabona Truck a. Copying
Preaaea, Improved Money Drawer, Ao.
WQm BALI IT
II. F. BIOLER & CO.,
Dealer, la Hardware.
oach.UU. tr Second Street, Clr.rS.ld. Pa.
IIUBV 4i C'HMIST,
K RYDER A CO.
TO THOSE INTKKKSTKD IN TUB PUB
t'UArlli OF A tillllt'TLV
: PURE RYE WHISKY,
For Medicinal Parpoacs wa offer
4 Hnlloy'M lure llj o,
Price IS ta M par ffalloB, arl will ahip In pack
age to rnit pure baser.
Wa handle largely a
(01TLR DISTILLED WHISKY,
Price from to HUA.
FINE WINES, BRANDIES AND GIN,
AnJ ar. .la m.nflfactarera of
TONIC HERB BITTERS..
Bead for rlee Hat.
HUKY ft CHRIST,
ar-r.3J.em 1:1 North Third St., Philadelphia.
rp () I.UMBBKMB
The Clearfield Ki relator Cant hook will not
wear oat or fcrenk. bring con it roe ted with one
olid band fnin clip to point
It li prononncad by all practical lumbermen
who bar examined It to lo tba tnott perfect
Cant book erer Inrentcd.
Amos Kennard, Patenteei
Manufactured b Amoi KtaxARn i Co,, at
ftf-All orderi pre nip My attended to, ntS'7o
; Menaractiir.d aclallr for
TJ1K CLKARFIKLD TRADK,
roa Rjti.s ar
eu.n'ri n. r. bicilkr a co.
O It SALE!
A large and well-flnlahed Brteh Dwelling, tltw
ate aa the rlvnr bank, la the borouck of Clear
leld, ooa lain ing eleraa rooma. with good eellar,
water tn the kttehan, and all tho modern oonvo
nleneea. Pantrlea, llalh-room, Cto'hea preiar, Ao.
Lot aii ly feet front and two hundred and thirtv
feet bae k, with a twenty foot alley on tbe eaat
ime, nam canning, wun an me eppnrtenaaera,
win uweoia ooeap, wun paymentato autt puroba
ear. Application oan be made to the under.
elgned, or to A. C. Tate, Kit)., who will give all
aeoeeeary iniurinanon to tboaa who dealre to lo
apeot the property,
TMUr.J. UcUULLOl Ull.
May Hat, 1RrS.tr.
(L A T I POWFLL'8,1
For all rjleeaaea teeldent to Horaei Cattle, and
atamaai Fleak, roe,' (ring tho aee af aa
Thla KtahrtMAlit.! Waa sattle.Ba.aalo ummi L
the SorerameBt daring tho war.
. 1 k U. a. A ll ill. ..At. I J
Joatph R. Irwla, Owrweatrllla. Uaalel ttood-
aneer. uuitierBDerg. H
WX.re nown.oulerttirlng oar IMPR0VKD
BTKEI. . BIH'KKT IIRIVINU CANT.
nuORR, aeperlor le enj other ia aae. Wo bare
elao la atook a largo quantity of Cthooha aalla
H. for r.fling purpoaea, which wa are exiling
rhf.p for a.ib. AMOS A R. KKNNARD.
Vl.ars.ld, I'.., Harea II, 171.
Q. W. WOLFE,
Seen aa Third bm. mm aiu.1. ktukiik
hon, t'lttARKim.D, PA. .
' All blade ef Rll.a and Sh.t flaaawaband.
Repairing doa. la a iretlaa. ajaaaa? and at hlr
priwa, .... rt
PtNi, wnrri roa tmria snws
J.t raHleed aad for Bale be
April , isrs. H. r. muLSH 1 00.
C Id K A 11 V I 13 I , P E N N A .
flHK nndrrvifftied, aucceiaora to IlEKD A
1 POWKI.1.. bate parcbaard Iba CLKAH-
KICI.D I'LAMNU MILL, and red tied it for
dttinaT an exlenaive bnainem. All the uaehtner
will be ad tied Decenary to make it one ef tbe
uioxt complete calab iabmenta o( tbe kind ia tbe
Plate. They are now prepared to receive ordere
for any work in that line. They will giveapecial
attention to all BnaiuriaJa for buuae building.
FLOORING, WEATHER -BOARDING,
SASH, DOOK3, BLINDS.
MMl'KETH, .Tor LOM ftr.
OF ALL PTYLE8, alwaye oa band.
WORKED B0AKD8, and all artielea aeeeeaa
ty for building, will be exchanged for 1KY
i.runii'ti u ti.. . . j...
bring their lomher, exehange it for, and return
uwuij no bw nanuiaiinBrea aniriet.
The Company will alwayt bar on hand a large
aloek or dry lumber, a o ae to be able te 111 an
order oa tbe ahorteat notiea. Only tbo beet and
moat ekillfal baoda will be employed, ao that the
public may rely npoo good work.
Lumber will be worked or eold aa low aa It eaa
be purr baaed anywhere, and warranted le giro
aatiafadjtioa. Aa the bnaincee will be eVne apon
the oaeh principle wo oan aflord to work for email
DKY LUMBER WANTED!
Eftpecially one and-a kaJf aad two Inch panel
itaff, for which a liberal price will be paid.
Tho boaineu will be won due ted under the name
"Clearfield Planing Mill Co."
O. C. Merr.ll will TterwB.IlT aon.rint.nd th.
Order, rrrpactfullr solicited.
O. n. MRHRKLL.
II. II. TAYLOH.
M. (I. I1K0VVN A 0R0.
Clearllclil, I'.., Jaoii.rj I, 1871.
READING FOR ALL!!
BOOKS d- STATIONERY.
Market M., ClcarflPld, (at the Poat Offlre.,
fllllB wnderaigned bega Irara to annoinoe to
X, theettitena of ClearSeld aod rieialty,that
ke haa fltted np a room and haa Juat returned
from the eity with ft largo amount of read in
matter conaiating In part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books, v
Dlank. Aeeoant and Paai Dooki of erer de
ter I pti on i Paper aad Korelopea, French preaaed
and plain Pane and Penoilai Blank, Legal
r tpere, Ueeda Mortgage) judgment, Kxemp
tloa and Promietory notea t White and 1'aroh;
meat Brief, Legal Cap, Reeord Cap, and Bill Cap.
Sheet, Mo ale for either Piano, Flat or Vwlia
eonetantly oa hand. Any booka or eUtlonerj
doatred that I may aot bare oo hand, will be or
ordered by Brat exproaa, and aold at wboleaaia
or retail to autt oaatomert, I will alao keep
period leal literature toon aa magaataei, flewi.
papera, ae. P. A. OAULIX.
Ulearfleld alay 7, IBlH-tl
TVIOSHANNON LAND AND LUMBER
0SCK0I.A STEAM MILLS,
LUMBER, LATH, AND TICKETS
Saved A Patent Ribbed Shingles.
II. II. SIIILLINUFOIID, Pre.ld.at,
Offlr Foreel Plao., He. lit g. 41b rt., Pbil'a.
JOHN LA.WPII1", U.neral Sep'!.,
OmooI. Mill,, Clearfleld eountjr, Pa.
Alio TOWN LOTS for a.U la tb. baroagb
Al.ao Keen the LA ltd EST ASSORTMENT
of lleodaia Clearfield eounty at their llftaanotb
mora ia uaeeola. J.ns-7.
Lime lor Sale I
rilllR amlenlgned, maiding near tbo dcttot haa
J. made eotnplela arrangementa with Lima
Humeri eaai oi tbe monaUin, whereby he ie ena
bled to keep ooaitaaliy un hand a largo quantity of
whleh be offer to farm era aad builder at a trite
above eoat Tboaa la aeed of the artieie would do
well to giro me a call, or addraoo me hy letter, bo-
lore wegoueung taair lime.
tlKO. 0. PABSM0RB.
Clearfleld. Pa., Jane I, IMt.
The Lightning Tamer.
rpillaadmlgaed are tbe aole Ageau la tbla
I eeentr forth. "North Aari.aa UalraalLd
UtlHTNINtt RODS." Tb.Mar. Ih.eal. aaf
rod. aow la aae, aad are aadaraed ar all tbe
Bo,a.i.e ,.e eoaatry.
Wa har.h, aetife Ike allieeaa ef th.
that we will eel than a, a better end, aad far
eee wieaej, aaaa is ee.re.4 be tb. rorelsa
areata who eaanalle ira.erM th. .a.t .
' v vr eaea, b.t.ti rawr.
KNCOUKAGB IIOMB LABOR.
Tbe. Wl.bla Llehtain Roda MuaJ mm
th.lr balldleg. ae.d hot .ddr... aa by l.lt.r, ar
eell la eereea. W. will pet then a, aaywhar.
la tb...aaty, aad warrant th.a. Th. Rod. aad
rtiiar.. tea be a... at aay tin. ..lllng al
ear .tore. H. F. BIULKR A CO.
Ol.arSeld, H.rah It, Ul. tf
Ill K aad.ralened beg. leae le Infnna tb. pah-
, - - ...... ...T.Brvn to wraaaa.
date all la the wey of feralaaing Hon.., Hei.i.a.
. - -. , ... ln anmn noiie. aaa
aa rwam.hl. tar.. Retldn. oa Loe.tt rtraet.
-. u . anna.
Hearteld, Feb. 4, 1IT4.
NTOVJCM ! HTO Vi; !
tvw bro.gut to th. enuntj, are brlrg reeeired et
the llerilwarr Kalebli.bment ef H. F. lll;l.tH
CO., Hjm,,ri.ins; th. followiag Cooa Storaat
a II EMULATOR.
NATIONAL KANQE, AC. tC.
Alao, th. following tiding StoVMj
SPEAU'9 ANTI CLINKER.
SrEAlt'S ANTI DUST.
f PEAK'S OKIIICULAn,
BPEAIi'S PAULOIt COOK,
HEAVY BAR KOOM AND STORR
ROOM STOVES, AC.
Clearl.ld, Sept. U, 1ST!.
F It O N T!
ICE CREAM SALOON I
The anleralgoed halng juat fltted ap new,
large and eotnlbrtabte room a oa Market atreet,
near Third, reepectfully iaformi tho publie that
be aow drepared to aooommodalo them with
everything in hia line on abort notiea aad at all
boura of the day. He keepi oa hand
EKES II BREAD,
RUSKS, ROLLS, PIK8,
CAKKR, all kinda.
ICE CUE AM.
and a general 'aaaortment of
CONFECTION KRIES, FRUITS, NUTS, Ac.,
All of which will be deli veret, lo euetomera at their
reiidenoea, wbea requested to do aa.
ICF. CREAM, by tbe diah, tarred in a neatly fur
Thankful for tbe gcaeroua patronage bcatu wed ia
the part, he hopea to merit and receive a eoa
tlnuanoe of the aama from hla old eaato
mtrt, and other.
June n. ; tf.
O. I. c.
"ItrilRRR to bay aiy DRY 0001)9, 0B0
V V eeriee, Qeeenawere, Ulaaawere, llrarf and
Notloa ConfeetioB.rlw, Ae., ehcep for owb.
Tb. .ebMriber bee leare U Intone bla .Id eel
a.w ottton.r. thai b. hu op.Bed
A VARIETY STOR8
IN GLEN HOPE, Pi.
And will aril gooda at arleea to aalt the tiioea. A
liberal retluottoa will le aiade to eaatoner, bay
ing at wholraala,
C.1I end ex.mln. ny atoefa bafor. pnrebaeiol
.iMwher., A liberal ah.r. of publie petroasga ia
C. J. KRAUT.
Glee nope, Pa., J.aa li, 1S1I.
JJ F. BIGLKR 4 CO.'S
. LDMllERMEN'S HARDWARE,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
May IS, 171.
R T A K I N O.
Th. anderalened ar. aow fully impend e
aarry aa the bealaee. ef
AT REASONABLE RATES,
Aad reepeetlatly wlielt lb. patronage .f tao"
seeding neb er-rrteea.
JAMES L. LEAVT.
Clearleid, Pa, Feb. II, 1174.
WILLIAM M. HENRY, JusTin
ar raa P.lr. i.a8raie...a. Ll'MBIS
CITY. Colleetloa. aiede aad aivaay proatptll
paid aver. Arlleleeef agneeeeat aad deeda el
eae.yaa. aeeUy .lee.led aad warraated aaf
net er se abarga. J;'1'"