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garfliMW, linumrf, it.
8ACKETT & SCURTVER,
and itaauiaetuxere of
Ttn.Copper ASher! Iron Ware,
goooad Stmt, i
Havlag larg.lv inoreaeed ir .look af lh
were, w. lavlt.
public to ssamms our Hook
CarnenLra and persons who ontemplel build
ing will de well to mto our
TOOLS BUILDING HABDWAHB,
which ii new and of Iho hut manufactor, tnd
will be told low for teak. ,
All kinds of Bench Planes,6ew, Cblsela, Square,
Hammers, Jlatehots, Plumbs end Lavels,
Mortised A Thumb Ouegea, Revels,
Braces A Bitta, Wood and Iron
Bench Screws, end the beet
Boring Maehio In the
market, i :
Doubla and Single Bitt Aim,
POCKKI CTJTLIRY, A.
Agents for Burnell'a Iron Corn Shelter,
Aleo, agent for Richards' ' ' 1 ' ;
GOTHIC FLUB TOPS,
which offeotuall core Sinoky Flue.
Ferners' Implement! and Oarden Tools of vry
A largo variety of '" 1 ' '
which wo warrant to give satisfaction.
Portable Manrt$ and Furnatet.
toaj-Roofins;, Spouting aod Job Work done on
reasonable terms. All ortlore will receive prompt
atlenUoa. Juno 11, 1173.
BIGLER, YOUNG & REED,
iSaeccisori to Boynton 4 Young,)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
POETABLE A STATIONAET
Corner of Foorth and Pine Streets,
CI.EAK FIELD, PA.
TTAVINO engaged In tli manufacture of iret-
-1 A- elui MACHINERY, wtrerpeotfully Inform
tb publlo that w ar now prepared to fill all
orders as cheaply and as promptly as aa as done
la any of to olties. We manufacture and deal In
Mulay and Circular Saw-Milla
Bead Blocks, Water Wheel, Shafting Pulleys,
Qlford'l Injector, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles,
Oilers, Tallow Cops, Oil Cups, Qauge Cocks, Air
Cook, Qlob Valve, Cheek Valves, wrougkt Iron
Pipe. Sleaae Pump, Boiler Feed Pumps, Anti
Friction Metres, Soap Stone Packing, Gum Pack
ing, and all kinds of HILL WORE, together
with Flows, Slod Solas, -
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES,
. i, i .
on other CASTINGS of til kindi
J&0t4ti oliltd ud Ailed at nuy prleee
All letter- of inquiry with reference to machinery
Of ow manufacture prompt aniwerod, by addree
log ot Clearfield, Pa.
Jann-tf BIGLER, YOUKQ 4 REED.
RRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
niviivn tr i m.'a
. Stove Lining and Fire Brick,
kept oonttantly op head.
STOVE AND EARTHED -WARE
; OF EVERT DESCRIPTION I
CROCKS! POTS! CROCKS!
FUlier'i Palnnt Alrtlrlit Rolf - Healing
I- mm t.aiiai
BUTTER CROCKS, with lids,
CREAM CROCKS, Mll.K CROCKS,
FLOWER POTS, I'll DISHES,
I HXKW I'UTH,
And a great many other thinge too noiacrous to
meotioa, to bo bad at
, ; FRED'K. LEITZINGER'S
STONE - WARE TOTTERY,
Corner of Cherry and Third Btrcete,
FOR SALE BY
It. F. Blgler A Co.
. IRON DOUBLE-gUOV EL I'UlWg. . .
WOOD DOUBLE-SHOVEL PLOWS. ' 1
WOOD BIN0LB-S1I0VEL PLOWS.
IROK CULTIVATORS. 1 -
WOOD CULTIVATORS. "
' OOWANDA A IRON BEAM PLOWS.
1'lllHBUHy DJttL, M.VWS, i
HAUPI'S BELLEFONTB PLOWS.
. ROBESON'S and THOMPSON'S PLOWS,
' Shara for all ot th abov Plow eon-
taauy en aaaa. mju-it
Down I Down 1 1
THE LAST ARRIVAL
' AND Of CO U IIS B TUB CIIBAPESTI
A Proclamation against High Prices!
Wl are new oponlaf op a lot of the beet and
tort eeaeoneble (loodi and Waree ever
offered la thta tearket, and at priemi that r-mlnd
m of the trnod old deyi of eheep thlnirw. Thnee
who lank faith upon thii point, or dean ov alio
gatloni eapertaou. need bat .
CAM, -IT, OVH BTORE, ,,
CofMT Trtmi aad Market ttreett, -
Where the ean fee, feel, bear and know for then
entree. To felly andtretend what are eheep goodi
tail am do oone. im noi ana n oeoeeeer
to eatuoerato and Iteaiie oar itoclu It U aopuil
for ae to eUte tael r
W hava Evervthing that is Needed
aadeoaeaeied la thii aiarkettaad at prioac ihat
etoaiea aota ei aaa yoenr.
deaN JUKkF'H SHAW A SON,
IvNCOTJatAOB lTOH! ISDTJSTRY.
TBI awjdireitneA, kavtog Mte.llihea a Mai
eery m tb. 'Vlk. aboal half way iMtwee
vl.ut.bl aad Owmmvtll, I araared S. far.
sk all beads f fUlT TAMyg, (elawAard a
wavf,) Ivergraaa, gkrakkwrw. Wrap. Vbaaa,
.T ."' bswws Rlaebberry, Smeskwrrr,
IStkaibwnVi , i m . i . r k t-..
J"; nrlr ar,t jlk.kark, A a. 0r
r- as, Asian,
1. D. WRIGHT.
"--f CnrwMi tUls.Pa
gru Coeds, rori5, tt.
CLEAR K1EL1, PA.,
Are offering, at the old dead af Q. U Etc a A Co.
thtlr itooh or goodij ooniUUng of-
' . t
DRY - GOODS, GROCERIES,
E00T8 A SHOES, '
OATS A CAPS,
FLOUE, FEED, SALT, &o., dec,
At the most rouonable rates for CA8II or In
Square Timber, Boards, Shingles,
OR COUNTRY PRODUCB.
4FAdvenoe mad to those engaged In get
ting out square timber on the molt advantageous
T. A. FLECK & CO.
(Two doors cast of the Shan House,)
Millinery and Fancy Goods
."''.! ,-. :.
0 LOVES, all kinds and slice.
COTTON STOCK INUS, .unsurpassed bulb in
quality and elteapnea. : ,
WHITE AND SWISS GOODS, all verlelloe.
CORSETS AND UOOP SKIRTS, ol Hie latest
patlorn and lower than the lowest.
HAIR (lOODS, of all varieties.
Cell anJ esaiitiuo our clock before vim buy
elsewuera. Ulad to show our goods uu all 00
oa.ione. Our motto Is ' 1 -
'SMALL PROFITS 4 QUICK SALES."
U'l.l- C! ! rj-sa .1. -
n milium oixpoiittj is oeuur wan it
Hemrmber - th piece opposite atoeaep'e, I
I'm. Heed's old Claud.
T. A. FI.KCK,
eprill574 A M. HILLS.
KRATZER & LYTLE,
C I. I! A II I' I F. I, l. PA.
f Dealers In
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
, , GR0CJJIUE8, .
.. it i . J
Hardware and Qulxnbwarf.,
r ,- ? r "- " i . :
Boots, Shoes, Iltttn, Cni),4io.
r-Sbomakr lupplied with LEATHER
and SHOE FINDINGS at reduof d rat..
SALT I SALT I
SALT I at wholesale and
retail very ohesp.
PAINTS, OILS, CALCINED PLASTER, Ac.
A liberal discount to builders.
HOUSEHOLD HOODS, CARPETS, WINDOW
' SHADES, OIL CLOTnS-ln larg
( , . quantUI... .- ; , - .
FISH, FLOUR, BACON, CORN MEAL and
I CHOP, always an hand. . -
ftt-All of th abov goods ar purchassd
loluilrely for lash, and thorefora cos and will
b sold as ebssp as th cheapest eprlll-7
A. H. ..MIT TOM'S.
(HuoecMor to Craln A Uitton.)
Xcw Saddle and Harness
"''''JLL'-L " '" nY - 'it '
THK nnilerKlsneil. hnrtnt leentM roomt for tne
tnanufaeture of all ktnli of BADbL&S, HAH
N KrtH, and all tho lateit improvementii in Horn
Faraithintr Ooode. le now rrenereil to fill all
orden at prieei and qunlity thnt will eorprixe all
who faror him with a call fur tlieinnpectionof hit
work. He Ii deterratned to pleaea and hie ex
porlenoe and olinerTatinn In eriKt?rn and wmtrrn
eiliee eneblee bin to UK FY COMI'KTITION in
the menu fact ore of (lo)J, Hileer, Oroide. Hasher
Corared and (Jilt-Lined iloanied
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY HARNESS!
RIDINU AND IIACINO SAIJDLKS.
Ills rents and exnenses hrlnc liitht, h will
ell the same (trades of work 10 per sent, cheaper
tbao they ean b bought In the eastern oities.
Itrpalring and adjusting Raddle, Harness, Ac.,
neatly done, at reasonable prieei.
'articular atrcntiv t t ell or Jors r "a'1
or otaarwis. .'',ivl I
Call and ee his work berore buying elsewnere.
V-Hooms in Irwin's Store, nestdoortn Key
stone Store. A. II. sail ton.
ClearDeld, Pa., May 1J, 1SJS.
TA4NIEL GOOPMKDlin,, jS
XJ ' 'LCTnEitsburio: pA.J 1 1 '
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
HOSIERY i GLOVES, ; " '
flATS A CAPSfad BOOTS A SIIOKS,
Tobaeeo, Oroeerle and Fish, Maila, Hardware,
Quvanswar ana uiasswnr., mnn . ao
Boys' Clothl.g, Braga, Paints,
, Oil, Sehnol Ilookl,
" a large lot ot l'alent Meiilolnrl,
Candies, NU A Dried Frnlts, Choes and Crack
ars, a oca ana niue rowuur,
Flour, Grain and Potatoes,
. i l, Clorer a.d TloVithy 3cetl( i i .
Bala Leather, Mornoeos, Linings, Bindings and
Thrsad, snoetnaserr sooia ana
No greater variety of goods In any store In the
eninty. An tor eni very ,w ir
nrnduea at Iha Cheap Corner. . Aug. ill,
r. ..-,. .-e -'- ..........
TkaTEW BTOHE AND NEW GOODS
JOS. SIIAVV 6i SON
Niw 6 ton., on Mnln 8t.,Ci.iariLB, Fa.
lately oocupled It Wm. F. 1RWIS.
' , Their flock oonsiil. oi ;
Oaocsataa of tb beet quality,
QuKEMBWARf.,, Boots and
tad .very trtid) Beceasarv for
7 .' , . on' tomfora. , ,' '-. '...
Cell ud examine our stock before pur
BUuuii elMwlwtiy, JUWO-lf i,
LUMBER CITY, PA.
The wfidareleneA annnnaeea tn his old friends
and natrons that tie ha opened a good tin of
HKOl'KIUKS A PROVISIONS at the old stand
of Kirk Bneneer, for whieh he aollells a liberal
patronage. H. W. HPKNCKR.
Laasbar City, Ta., March ID-It
rp H R
Ii A T K 1 1 NIIVUI
HARTS WICK & IRWIN'S
To their new building on Pcoond Street, nearly
oppoiue tne etore 01 wearer m umr,
Where they will eontiouo to etipply their old and
ae nan new eaetonien nj may come, with
(Including all now rcmeJiei,)
Patrnt Mdlielnee, Pelnti and Oili, nine and
Fully, behoul Uixiki, PUtluncry, I'eper,
Ae. alio, a full line of Drug
gitU' Sundries', Htlr
OoiBirtlc. Perfunierlea, Toilet Artlflee, Drunlicr,
luilut Honp. Pocket Uooln, Ae., all of
the beet quality.
rVRK WISES AND L1QV0RS,
for mrdical A eacrainental purpuem only,
Pure White Lead, Col urn of all kind-, Raw and
lidilcd I.innecil Oil, VirnUhfH, Turpen
tine. Coal Oil, Paint A Varniab
Confcft'onorUf, Itird Bcrd, Pjiirc, ground and
aiiground, of illkmds.
SMOKKRS AND CIIEWKUS
Will find our stork of Chewing
and Smoking Tobacco, Imporu-d and Ho
laoolio Cigars, SnuIT and Fine-cut to Ii. of the
very belt brands In llie market.
LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS,
All kinrt.- ot I1I.A--S WARE
and Musical Trimming! of very raritty.
Iiavlog a lung espcricnoe In the hu.lnc.s, and
an extensive and well eelcctcd itcnk of Biwlicloeii,
w. ar ennbK-d to fill Physioians' proscriptions at
the ebortest notice and oa the most reasonable
terms, dsy and night.
Cleerleld, Pa., liar II, 1x71-1'.
J E A I) T II I 8 I
FLOUR & FEED DEPOT I
The attention of the eitleeniof ClearAeld and
rlclnity ie directed to the font that Uoodfrllow A
Sun are the agent of U. ISieoe A Co., end haft
jnet reeelred a helf doien ear loade of Pluur aod
Feed, whieh they offer at tho hwcet pouible flg.
arai. A large ttoek of
FLOUR, COltN MEAL. CHOP,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. BRAN,
Potatoet. Shelled Corn. Corn In car. Ac., Ae.
Partieuler ettentlon ll called to M. Kleee A
Co.'e brand of Family Flour, wblek le the beet ia
Plnnr and Food ean and will be told ehoaper
tken it eao be obtained cleewhera In Clearfield
4T-Siore en Market itreet, next door to Hgn.
Aleundrr Irvln'e reiUmee.
OOOUFKLLOW A BON,
JanlOtf Ageata fur M. Niece A Co.
MARBLE AM) ST()E TACD!
Mrs. 8. S. M D D E I. Ii,
Having .ngnged in the Marble business, desires
In inform ker friends and the puhile that she hai
now and will keep constantly on band a large and
well selected stoek of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLR, and is prepared to furnish lo ardor
BOX AND CP.AIII.R ToXIDS,
Curbs and Porta for Cemetery L"t, WinJow
Sills and Caps, also,
Rt'RKAU, TARI.R AND WASH STAND
Tore, Ac., Ac.
fe.Yerd od Reed street, near the U, IL Depot,
ClearteM, Pa. , je7,I
SAWS! 8AWSI SAWS!
DISTAN'8 CROSS-CUT, MILL, II HA II AND
Boynton's Lightning Cross-cut Saw.
At bo, , : ..
PATK.tT P.llKOUATKD A ELECTRIC SAWS,
For sale by
octlJ.TO U. F. BIIILER A CO.
COVERT'll PATENT METAI.I.IC
Made of the he it Mallea
ble Iron, end laUaehid
t the SJemvehy the bnt
Bnep ever Invented. It
ia eeillr end ejutntilj put
on. and prevf-nte the
whipping of the bnreee
by tne i.
aet eat of repair.
Will lent for yean. All
wa ate: ii a fair trial, to
eonvlnee ell partiee ni-
Ine; tlieta that tbry are
oniuTpftiied in value fur
the poxpoee for whieb ( t j
the are inlnded.
HACK K I T A BCIini'VEQ.
Clearfield, Aprlllt, 1874. '
TT HAT7.ER k LYTLE, - '
A0ENT8 IN CLBARFIRLD COUNTY FOR
i Oletiratea Dreads .f
Smoking A Chewing Tobaccos.
. We "are enabled t wholesale to deskrs through
out Iho county at Hy prices
KRATZER A LYTLE,
Jr3:7.tr ' :.ft': 1 '' ; ' Clearlield, Pa.
W. deea U call veur etuulle. lo oer aalonaiv.
Coiamieeioe bnatness and to.er fsoililiee Mr die
peeing af eoeb prwdue. as our .aaalgnor. aend us.
Ilsvlng a Isrga trad, with ally suiw, w. are en
abled la aek. anlok ralnrni, at full nrlresa.
Hlorakaenar haviag ChlehM., Halter, Eggs,
or lhr or'd.iee, will de eH w. five es-a trial.
Wkere Urcrls are atkal la aobaogaj to cor.
""",h;gLd IRK,aOrT CO., '
hleal Oroeers and Ooesmlesloe MwahanH,
Jlo, 1. N. Third straet, pkilod'e. aprly
HOOSJl'AKJ) tOU' FOU.AtB!
Th House and Lot on the eoraer of Uar
ket and Fifth .trwats, OlMrl.l, Pa., I f.r l.
Th. hat eoelat. oearir an aara of groaad. Th
heae. 1 a terg doable fraase, aoaUlnleg aln
nam. Fir aarsaa asiA atbar InfonaatUa apply
lo th. eubeerlb.r, at lb Post .
ao.ll P. A. OAULIlf.
J I -CLEARFIELD, I'A i . .
WKDNEHDA Y,MORNIN(l, AIKHIHT 11, l7t.
If parting the hair In tho middle by men
lie ooniitlt-red a sign of weak-mlmlednces, thvn
For a woman to part her fair locks at the side
le clearly an Indca of masculine pride.
And provoe for tho wearer a title le bo
ItiKba jrorlby of breecbee and everything fre
In love, law and physio and voting, but wlilo
From tho virtues wo woo and would seek In a bride.
To woman the hair, ae In times past I known ,
As an euililrin of beauty and modcity'e erown,
When Its dark or light treises are fashioned to lay
In sniouih, shining lulds, or In ringlets to play
O'er the brow and the neck in their natural cliarml,
Whose neatness delights, aud whoso witchery
Hut to wanton presumption all prsle le drilled
To a women who parts her friss'd hsir attbssido,
Not better the habit, but reocntiy grown
Into use, to out short the fore-lurks and let down
A curtain of frow.y and brl.lle-iikc thread
To hide the lutelligent pert of the bead.
The fashion Ii frightful, anil only provokes
Reproof from the wise.frum tho vulgar eoarse jukes,
Vi bo gsse but to oeosure, to null and drride,
As Uier do tbos. who part their bold locks at the
Thes thing msy look "nobby" and "Jaunty,"
If you wish to be wives, out tho fouls, and to men
Of sense aad good taste appear modest, and know
That "Lady (lay Spankers may do for a show,
lint not lor a home, where a true wife le wsntod
W ho never eucb fulliee ties wantonlv daunted.
Who wears no tow switches or chioons of pride,
Cute her fure-bsir, or parts ber fair looks at thu
WUKJtK DO YJ2STAXDt
It h from no hit-It of l'ailli in ivml-
iifllll illHlitlltiollH tlllll WO lVL'Ul'l lliu
pntMnt Hittitttiitn of tli its t-ouittfy witlt
I'xtrumo unxicty, or titut wc Hoiiictiint'H
crttvo l'tiuii lite ni'Uw to whom nmy o
intniKtt'd oitriU'Htiii)'t(imt word of revo
lution of tho how mid thu w hen of iln
iwnjx. ltut "tho onit-h's nro thiinh."
Wo coni'lntle it, thori'lore, In he tin1 nrt
of wisdom (o einlrsiYnr in iiii(h'rntitnd
the pruri'HH hy wliith those perils wi'iv
lmili;li( llMin us nnd to tlx I In' ivitpoitsi
hility for their existence. Tho pool
t'owper Hiiyti in his tiddivsH to Yurdloy
"0 cenld'Bt then rpesk
As in Oudona once thy kindred trees
Oracular, I would not onriuus a.k
The future, best uuknuwn, but at thy muutb
luquieitive, the less onibiguoul past."
And ho questioning tho iinnnihitiotis
past, tho iinswcr tlittt timteH to ns,
eleiuvr und Bhnrperin its riiic tliitn liny
thttt was ever hreuthed in lloihrniun or
l'j'thinn responses, is thnt the duller
to our n-pulilicnn iiiHtitutioiiH is cunseil
hy tho violnlion of repuhliciin jirint-i.
pUH. Our political instilHlions were
lutsed on tlio principle thnt there in it
fiindnnicntul hiw, tixeil utid inllcxihle.
tmhle of clmiij'o or rttt'itilion only hv
a process pivsorihed hy itself. This Is
A merit tin rcpuliliciinii'iii; und tliisfiin
diimoiilul l;iv.', n riltcn, mi I nut tra-li-tionnry,
is whttt we(-itll u constititlion.
Hy it r pnlilii nn Ithorty Iivimj without
it or outside of it reptihlicnn liliertv
dies. Such is our ilesliny, ft't invvcrm
lilo its tht dccives til'iiite.
Mowtbcre Came to .ass, in llie ninth !u. .;uuge of the people; not of the
decade of our national existence a slate : critical few, but of tho uncritical limi
t's' things which required the utmost : titude, mid arlisis spring from nnd are
fidelity to the principles of conslitti- trained union'; the ncoiile. This is ac
tional government. 1 Ins was nothing
less than a civil war li.r the pivscrvti-1 1,,,,, ,y n writers. Hero, however, it j Veld us one of those curious but happy
tiou of tho Constitution itself. O ;ir, ;H ( i-ecognited by thecrilics. Senree- j coincident es which mark tho changing
government is noccsMirily ndminislercd i jv unj tliiiig w ill piiss iniislerwilh them temper of tho times. Viewed in this
by parties; and w hen tho eriiis of' (mt is not designed aud wrought ' light, und ns showing in a culm, dis-lKtil-2
came..it wus ndtninisteiisl by ii : jl,,,,,,, ul,d the roiiscqurneo is that u.; passiiumlo, historical way, that there
spciionnl luirty wluwo (Kililical success 1 print part of our nccrtilited nrtislH nrelaro always two aides to a ipicsiiou, nnd
in obtaining possesion of power had ; peiiiienenlly domiciled abroad, nnd our that nhrupl political jtldgntcnts, always
irotlucel such n fear in the siuve-hold- people are judged deficient in art feel- i harsh, lire nearly always unjust in their
ing Slates for their local institutions;
.i ... .i.. I. ....i..,.. :.. ,i... .1.
unit liny soiigiu ior r-iueii in iuu.oes
tK'inle remedy of scccssionund disunion.
The issue that was thus made between
the section adhering to tho 1'nion nnd
the section renouncing the t 'nion legiti
mately involved nothing but the right
ol Stuto secession, Jieing a war, tbero-
fore, on the part of the Federal (iov-
eminent in defence of the t 'onstiliition,
it especially behooved the Federal pow
er to do nothing that the Constitution
did not warrant, either in the progress
of the war or at its termination. Mcv-
1...1 1 ,1... (.. lo. u,l
tiH iHn riirn ".if, in v in. !.jii " n noes, 111 HOT, CXpiTSS SOlUClUllllJ Ol
want of true statesmanship on the part j tho popular idea of Jackson. The
of the Fttleral (iovennnent thut beside i ,m. iH u powerful nod leurlesscrciit lire,
all ulmost countless number of minor in tliu act of s)ringing forward, obodi
orrors two grand errors were commit -lent to the will of his tall, sinewy, stnnd-
leii, ironi ino consctpicnccs oi nnicn
the rotintrr has not Jet extricated it
self, and from which it cannot bo ex
tricated by tho party that is responsi
nio lor tlicm. t'ne oi tnese enorinous-
blunders was niadeut the outset of the
war, the other at its close.
Tho first blunder consisted in carry-1
ing on the war by menus of n paiier;
nioney, w hich, being mudo a roinpul-us a mechanic, lie look up ni l. lie hud j rest upon a foundation of pquali'y, ro
smy fegal tender in payment of private, never been abroad, und therefore it did I spoct, und esteem. XtW York Yorlti.
debts, broke down tho constitutional
standard of value, enormously increased
the cost oi the war, nnd entailed upon
tho country on tho return of iicnrc n
currency which was only palliated and i bo w us so unsophisticated ns tosympu
npologized tiir hy tho alleged neccssi- thizo warmly, was really great, nnd ho
ties of war. 1 he paper-money scheme
was a iiuhmble blench of tho Constitu
. . i. . i i . i i. , l. a i :, ..
tion, w hich never meant thnt the man
sion for tho use of money should bo n
measure of the Government's power
over thorciiresciitativciu" value. Thut
roprcscntnlivo was a fixed thing, in-1
temlcd to be tho same at nil times and j
under nil eircunislniices. Hut even up
on tlio ihs-triiie of wnr necessities ns a
ineasuro of eonstitnlioiuil power and as
innkiiig a diHcriniiiuilion between whiit
is tolisUttttional ih'lintv of War nd!
what is iinconstitiitifuud In lime f
pence a most dangerous ns well as
,,,,i..l,l,, disiiiii.iion .the Ih-iiiihlii'itni
pnrty, although eight years of peace ' riptri Imildiii'rs nit in course of rwr-l Church Commilteo, the Now York pub
huve elnpsed, during wWh it has had tion. The 1'ivsideut of the 1'nitcd lishcrs, und tho w hole press of the
the entire eon t nil of legislation, has j Stales, ns requested hy (Vmgross nt tho country ni-o now printing in full. For
been utterly incnnnhlo ol ilevisiii.tr ntiy hist, session, hits extended u cordial in- doing this she was arrested by the
measure hy which tho country can he vilalion to all other nations to join in United Stutos authorities, committed
rescued from tho oonsciiuences of this! this work nnd a larg number of these to jail, und retainud there for several
great fmnneiiil blunder. The party bus j havo ulready signified t heir Intent ion weeks, i he pretext ior these proeood
employed itself only lu the work oil to accept tl'uit invilation. Exhibition 1 ngs was I hut she wns wilding nhscene
I :.. ,1... ii U lL.iM.,,ll. it ti.e, V...,. tlu .,..,1 nnil Heiirriloua mtlir 1 lir,-tuirb the
ll-USlllieailoll, loci e.en in nun n on" rjiu.-w . uma ....o ,,,u , - -
ought nothing to puss hut u judicial liireign countries, and every iniiiiiti-slu-l mails ; hut tho real muse was that alio
cisioti which a vast lnaloritv trf tlie i tion on tho .wtbjeet sta nin to indicate was telling tho very truths which Til
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luition knows to bo both unsound nnd
Tho other ircnt blunder roninntted
ut the closo of the war eoirsisted in un
act of incro force, hy which tlio South
ern States were treated as conquered :
countries subicct to tho unlimited'
lominutionol tho Federal power, which
overturned the whole haws of ws iety
uud rendered it lniMissililo to be gov
erned by its intelligence and its prop
erty. i( universal suffrage is theoret
ically or practically a great good, it
cannot work anything but mischief un
less intelligence anil property arc al
lowed ut least a fair chance wiih ignor
anco and poverty. Hut with no titter
disregard of ull consequences, the re
construction scheme was so devised
that iffnoranco and poverty lieouino nt
once the controlling power, ugninst
which intolliircnoo ami property bail
no chanco whatevcr.i Some advice giv
en by Mr. Howard to the leading white
men of tlio South, through Mr.C.iiyurro,
of New Orleans, alter tho war was
over, and that irontlcmuii wasennenv
oring to lenrn M r. Seward's views, has
lately been puniisnoo. 11 ntigni to
sink Mr. Sewnrd into lower est inintion
ns a statesman than anything that he
over said, lie advised tho Southern
whites to "eat dirt," to "crawl on their
bellies'' iacki into tho I'nigii, telling
them that although lit first they might
luive to suliuiil to Jjreut humiliations,
nnd although flW first erfoot Woultl he
that Uieic blaUia f )uld Lu represented
in Outgrow and govejnied at homo by
unpriiiciplcfl ailveiilnTcrs, siiilnwags,
and scoundrels, yet that all this woultl
bo tcnipomrv, and in due tliuo the in
telligence and virtue of the South would
regain their proper aacendnney.
Uf all- thu rocommenilstioiis ever
mailt' to a people who had been nnsnit.
oessftil In accomplishing it silitlcal
revolution of ull the advice over given
to iitisorrcssful rels'l. this was, con
sidering the situation, tho most ahsnrd
that history linn recorded. A Inio
slnlesmiinHhlp (lpnntnded tlmt tho wtty
of return to tho I'nlon Bhtnthl hoiniufe
us insj' Ui ttif'J of prilicijlleo nnd chut'
notev lilt It eoitld I hi'eonsisloni y with
tho mere siitiivmiii-v of tho fVslunil
Constitution, und Unit nothing should
Iw uono winch would suMoet Ilioso
Hlutca to ho govorni'd hy tho votes of
n (lopiiliition which would eortuinly
plneo their frovt) rninents in tho hiuxln
of tho worst of men. If tho Federal
power Intd heeu nil Imperial or royul
dynasty tlmt hml just eruslted a givM
ivhiillioit, und thut wished tostiiinpoilt
mi cntiro rtteo of men, precedents
enough could ho found forpluciiiK tlioir
llei ks Hurler tho heels of iitiother nice.
Hut such prctiudnntH in L'enenil wuiihl
show that tho prefeivnco has eominnnly
heen (jiven to it superior race, und con
sidering thnt thu I'otlerul powor wits
neither un imperial nor a royul tly nasty,
hut a constitutional government, inter
ested heyond all thinH elso to prevent
reptihlicnn institutions from hocominir
a fureo nnd a mockery, Mr. Howard,
even if ho is not hy reason of his non
committal personally rcsiionsihlo for
tho particular construction measures of
Ins purty, was bound to luivo done bis
utmost to prevent the whites of tho
Houtli from being guhjected to tho
iloinlniiltou ol tho Mucks.
In rojrard to this great wrong, also.
Iho licpiihlican party has now hut)
eight yciirs of tniiiitucrtititi'il police
eight yeara of lis patient, auhniisNion
nnil w iiiting hy tho white race us could
in any reason havo boon expected to
bring uhtiut good government in tho
Si xi t h . It has dono nothing towards
it. vt Ital Jlr. howard, who was so torn!
of predictions, predicted would be tein
norary. has heroins chronic. It is tho
established onlef of things that tho
South is worse governed than any civil
ixed country on Iho face of the earth.
and tho Federal Swer, us wielded by
mo I.epiiDiiciiiipiuiy, la entirely tneapa
hle of applying uny ivinedy.
Hither tho licpulilicuns iikihI he turn
ed out of powor hy tho Democrat ir
party, or constitutional und- honest
government ha wen ils hist days in
this land. ISy what means and meas
ures wo arc to rectify these wrongsund
avoid further centralization .in tho
remedies which wo apply, the intelli
gence and patriotism of our statesmen
ami 1 lie fidelity ol our lnassm to princi
ple must determine. The thing Hrst
to 1 done is Ui meet the responsibility
hy assuming it. If tho 1 Icniocriicy
cannot rescue the country from its
present peril it will not lie rescued.
I hla is not prediction, it is tlio state
ment of u plain fact, patent to every
intelligent nuiii who is capable of see
ing that with alittiiiluiit tune aud the
full possession of power tho Kcpuhli
eans havo dono nothing to repair the
mischiefs of their own misrule. .AVir
TlHi VIFl EUKSCh:.
Hon. Monlgoiiierv Hluir, in u recent
address before the Mutylatid Institute,
made tho lollowing point on tho critic
nnd the multitude ;
"All is not only a hiniriiiiL'c. hut it is
.rented as an incoiiti-otcrtiblo iirooosi-
,., bei-r.tiso llicy nro not enraptured
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w ith their wsjrlc lind prefer a home
made article. Ihero aiit two statues
in Washington which illustrate this
conflict of opinion, lireonough's nude
Itoinnn tlgure, said hy Mrs. Jarlcy to
repivsent Washington pointing to tlio
Patent O lllce. where his clot htviuro to bo
found, is much admired hy tho critics
und lint nt til by the people, whilst the
equestrian siatue of Jackson, which is
universally condemned by tho critics,
is generally admired by the multitude.
Tho oeoiilu admire this statue because I
! .1 . L. .!.!.. ,
ing-luiiivil, stem -looking rider. I ho
work does express herosim, active
enerj'y, fenrlcssnoss, eniliiraiico nnd
lone, ideas thoMiithlv nasoeinted bv
(i. W,p with a lace and liguro they
, recognize us that of 'Old Hickory.'
t'liirk Mills, the artist, wus a plasterer
in rharlostown, uf w hom n w itty South
fnroliiin woman said, that haviin failed
not occur to bun to make Jackson a
Human, und scat him in u curalc chuir.
Jackson, according to the popular idcu.
which lie untie rsbKHl, Hint with winch
i thought would look so if he cm
. , . ,
tray him us ho was, uud his success
Willi the people is because his work has
a inclining, and is intelligible, true, und
noble language to them. The Iloinnn
liiruro of Washinuloii, on the contrary.
signifies nothing to tlicm. though it is
thought to he very lino hy (hose well
versed -in the jargon of thoiiiarhleiirt."'
To tin- VoiV ollm Unilal AK.if.'j ; ,
Arrangements arc steadily progress-
Ing for the Centennial Celebration and
1 uiiuiiutinnul JJxliibiliou. 'J'he mill-
eminent stircofw tin- our ( 'entennial dis-
Hut to carry out tins
on n scale duo to the gloi ion event to
be coinincmoralcd, nddilional Ihmls
will be needed Ihr while .'ongress bus
hecrfully thrown nroutni the patriotic
winli Vlto itfst itliuJ prtntlg. nnd ptViitip.
ly promoted it by uppropriato laws, it
lid not lurnisli the- liewsnury coiiilul.
That part was left f 1 von, and not
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1011 tiling llllll, lllMi'oc'i i-j iiiv memories
of tlio Tiiuft ami tlitl blessinirs ot the
present, you will cheerfully pcrtiirm it,
lllltl to the f nil lliav IV niay ue eom'ffli
icnt for y
to do so, wo have adopted
a plan tor raising tho revenue which
...hi 1 1 1,1 1...I,,.., , l... l
creirted flip that riurjtosn. Htid ai-tingt
iinucr the general uim-unii oi jton.
Williiiin lligler. st iiwiulur oi' this body,
and who is commended to yimr respect,.
fid conniilcratioii Hi tlu' TiertiirlnTinec of
his arduous duties., Jn addition to the
use of this iihin, any person crtn subs
.... ' .. I . '
scrilsi Ior ono or jnoin snun-s ot tne
centennial stock at $10 each, by remit-
tin,'? pnymenl of tlie same in posiotllt'C
drafts, or chocks, to Frederick Fruloy,
Triinsurer, Not M04 : Walnut tiiH!t,
Pliilnilelphla, fnrwhieh evrtitlcntes will
ho promplly returned. , '.
Hignoii a i- . joim t ei.i'u,
President Centennial Hoard of Finance.
PuaAliKU'lliA, J ill 28, y.i 4.
Tiih-"HpiHiTFAt. Itrustr.tu!."- Mr.
lloocbor talktsl in his Ply mrftith ( 'httrch
IceUlltl lew nights siuue about men
who lundo a biiKimwa of eieekiiig in
prayer meetings. "4 I know l hem," ho
suitl, ,"thcy niv spirilul btiiiiinein, why
go aiiiuiid from lueetinj' to nitH'tilip
stringing togcthur texts uud religious
cunt, ns though milking n tail liir a
scriiilural kito. They are always ready
with fattlliiK siKfchesprtraml heliiria
hnnd, and tho people , piiek up their
ears and suy, 'liooi huuveut who'v
a-o pit horoY1 1 Oh, 1 know them, and
estimate them lit their value.
Tim ii x ve AKD run an ay.
It wus unnatural perl, u in, but not so
very rcuiurkahlu alter nil, that such
resolution us Mr. Sunnier oll'orcd in re
gard to the biiltlo flugs should oiniiiiiile
from him. llo w as alw ays prone to the
startling in mutter nnd tho stitoeulo in
maiiner. It made level heuds n little
giddy to Irani that tho best eulogy pro
nounced in Congress over Sumner's
dead body wait hy n llro-oator from
Mississippi, and tlmt that generous
orator's mime was l.amar. lint when
wo eonio to discover that Sumner's
iVicnd, Motley, the pnlriotio Motley,
tho "enthused"" Unionist Motley, hus
written in two volumes a history culled
''John of ISamovold," which is neither
more nor loss thun un elaborate defence
of Jefferson Davis from "tho charge of
treason, ami a sovcro arraignment of
thosu who imprisoned him und refused
him a trial und when we know further
that "John of liarnoveld" Is published
hero In New York by Hurpei'4 llrolh
cre) aseimoof political vertigo is al
most irrositihlo, If Dr. Illedsoo hml
dono this thing und indeed we believe
he hus tried it in his own forcible, fee
ble way or if Dr. jlrowimon hud at
tempted to add this to his numerous
other flights of fancy and tinuceiiden
ctes of iiict, wo should not have won
dered, nor, sooth to say, felt much per
plexed, lor "to what uses sliull wo put
tho wild-wood flower thut simply
blows?" Hut how shall wo interpret
Motley's doing it, nnd doing it hetoro
the people in anticipation of upplauso?
John of llanieveld, otllcialol Holland
in the sixteenth und seventeenth cen
turies, wus the miirtyr of Stute rights.
Ono of the most eminent statesmen of
tho Dutch ltcpuhlic, ami distinguished
fiir his noble services during tho crisis
which resulted in securing tho tluul in
dependence of that State from Spain,
ho was still more energetic ill his asser
tion of Stato sovereignty and in his
vilorts to preservo tlio autonomy und
independence of Holland In tho States
(leneml ot tho Dinted Netherlands.
When Maurico of Nassau, Studthohler
lor tlio .Netherlands, seemed to tbrciiton
the integrity of these principles, Harno
veld proclaimed himself u citizen of the
Stale of Holland rather than of the
United Nethorlaiid Stales, and flung
Inmsell into active opmisition to Man
rice. For this ho was charged with
t-ason, nrrostod. .tried, condemned, und
This is tho 1 1 1 it n whoso cuso Mr. Mot-
Icy reviews nnd whose cnusc hedefends,
both upon the ground of cruel injustice
dono to a man eminent tor past public
services, and also upon tlio broader
foundation of constitutional rights mid
civil liberties. It is a very curious cir
cumstance, wo think, thut such a hook
should havu come from such an author
at such it time. Viewed from a strictly
logical standpoint, tho hook either
proves too much or it proves nothing
at all. In tlio lot tor cuse it is mere
excrescence. In tho Ibrmcr, it is an
explicit vindication of Mr. Jefferson
Davis and a partieulurucd palinode on
the part of Mr. J. I.othrop .Motley.
Hut seriously, there is no particular
reason why the nook sbould bo taken
upon exclusively logical grounds, and
we much prefer to look iiioii the fact
of Mr. .Motley s'siudten tiu'ving led hiui
ut this junctuif into the life of liarnc
practical effects, it is easy to irivo it
pluce us indicating a healthier tempcr
of tlio times. In this light wo can set
the life of Harneveld with Sumner's
batlle-flag resolutions, willi Lowell's
pmiii on Agossix, with the manly re
ciprocation of soldierly courtesies in
tho South beside tho ginvo of warriors
blue nnd gray, and with the endeavor
made at llnrrisbiirg to unite tho sol
diers of Lee with tho soldiers of Grunt
in a common symphony of patriotism.
us cumulative evidence that tho cud of
tho war is indeed ut blind and we arc
to have genuine pcaco at Inst. In this
light, too, wo rcjoico Over tho victory
of tho auti-Koiitimoiituliam of that ex
cellent nnd scholarly jonnuil, the A"t-
fion, over tho prcdjudiccs and passions
oi us purty, as siiown in a recently
published article. All those things in
dicate a much more rational, sxiitaiio
oiis, effective, and striking method for
celebrating tho contennury of Ameri
can independence. The Union is ours,
indeed, and perpetual, ill spite of errors
ill judgment and mistakes in practice ;
but to inuko it a Union of value it must
117 Y KOTt
Why din's not tho t'nitcil Ktutcs com
missioner at New York arrest Mr.
Heechor, Mr. 'I'ilton, Mrs. Tilton, tlio
Plymouth Church Committee, and the
proprietors of nil tho newspupom in
New York ami put them, in jail? Are
they not guilty of a violnlion of un act
of Congress In making public obscene
and scurrilous matter uud sending it
through tho innils, contrary to the dig-
! ""J" " I10"''0 "nho Unttetl Slates ?
' The oi'Casioii for these questions is
tins: Two yenrsngo tlio woman ihI-
w,, wr' 'i,,,(, IH-rson, but
who after all is not a more wicked per
sun than either the pastor of Ply moulh
or his present accuser npjs-ar to Ikv
mudo tho first disclosure ol this very
ahomiiiation which the Plymouth
is publishing. Jtoeeher whs so groat a
member of tho Hcpnbllcnn party ami
so stout a champion of tho licpnlilican
rajimr, thut tho United Status tjovein
ment IntertVrwd to protect him from
tho exposure of his crimes, by arresting
tho woman who was trying to toll tho
truth about him.
- Kut-, if the United States authorities
wiinr doing their duty then, w hy do
tin y refuse to do it now ? If tho wo
man WiHslhtill was violating an act of
Vingrosa by sending obseene and eeuiv
rnoim nuiuvr iimxigu uie union, un
; Plymouth rommlttoe and all the pub-
nailers ill tne country nro vioiuung mo
sumo act of Congress in a tenfold greut-
er degree hy printing and transmitting
tho statements of the scandal. Why
does not tho servile and olticiotis United
States Commissioner at New York act
i ns nromiitly now as he did then t ' t
tlio real answer to these question
- is that lteocher Is so far gone that the
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United Slates Government, with ull its
ontninfssloners and ninnhala and the
Uepublicun pni-ty behind It, cannot
stive Jiim, and it is of no use to try.
Itsitttcnipt to stop the Woodhull wo
mart's mouth hy puttiugherlnjail.two
yearn ago, was nothing hut an officious
effort to savo the Plymouth Church
I pitator-Hi proceeding flip which th
'nitcd' Ktittes ConimissiorifT at New
York ought to havo been eummnrily
dismisoftt from oltlim. The ministerial
ngi'iitsnf tho Kepublicnn reronr are
tlnding out that too tusk of shielding
the great chiiuipioiis and uxomplura ot
thnt rnjhne IVom expfisnrismf)redilH-,j
cult limn they enn accomplish j and
this ia why they permit this tide of lbul
revolutions to flow out from Plymouth
Church without an attempt to stop it,
iSf. Xoui't r7WV'in .
The llochcster VVcsg speaks of a pk
tenisirary Who hires a boy to come In
at intervals with a step-ladder and dust
otT tho tops of his enrs.
! Ii K A
Wo desiro to cull tho nttontion of tlio citi.ciis of Clonrfiulil "county lo tlio fuct tlmt wo
luivo opnnod a
MUSIC STORE IN CLEARFIELD,
VVIicro wo intend to constantly kocp on hnnd n full sttpply of
PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.
GEORGE STIXK & CO'S
Wo nro prepared Dt all times to furnish any of tin; cheaper makes of Pianos to order on the most
favorablo terms ns to prices and lenns of paynicnt.
Our stock of ORGANS will consist of tlio now nnd popular
RYNDER ORGAN, (with Hynilcr's Kneo Tiemolo nnd downward Octavo Coupler,)
Tho SMITH AMERICAN ORGAN CO.'S OUGANS,
MASON & HAMLIN'S ORGANS, and the
NEW-HAVEN MEI.ODEON CO.'S JUIilLEE, TEMPLE and CHURCH ORGANS.
Uesidcs these wo furnish to order Organs from any factory desired.
Wo sell on every plan known to the trado, either CHEAP FOR CASH, ON NOTES, or on tho
POPULAR AND KASY LEASE PLAN. ,
On our easy lornis every onu can have a good instrument, and no other investment of like
amount will tend so much to MAKE HOME HAPPY.
DCTWo flinll lie glad to have you cull and see us, whether you desiro to purchase or not.
oci23-'72-ly ' " i2YNIIBfS MUWI STOKE.
VAUMBLE FARM FOR SALE I
IN (ilRARI) TtltVSXIIII'. .
The undersigns.! olTnrs for sal. th. farm un
which he now rt-ii'l.-l, fiUiaU- in 0 irnril luwni-liip.
Ckarliclil eounty, 1'., frtriuerly owne.1 hy Ju.tin
J. I'ie. The farm contains ll't) acres, and iavei
deslrahljr loeatcil. The buildinRS arnall new, enil
enn.l.t of a larir. frame house, havinK .oo.t clUr
unurrnslh, anil Rood water convi-nietit ; larc
frame ham, hlsok.mith show, wafron fhra, .riijt
house, Ae. The building on lliie fermaiee
lo,il, if not better, than on but farm in Clesrtlolil
eounly. The land is ol uwrior liunlity and in n
good rtatfl of oultivation.
I'.oiarssiou will b. Riven In the rprinr;, or at
any lini. mot eonvenient lo the purchaRer. 1 he
terms will b. n-. .unable. 1'er.one ile.iroue ol
pur'-hsiinr. o.n ail.lra. th. Ruh.criber at I,.coo!e'a
Alilil I. O.. C'learlleid eounly, Pa., or l'oy in
person un the premises.
Any nereons wanlineany information in regard 1
to the quality of the lauil, tU kind of buil-l'-g 1
thereon, Ac, Ac, oon get the information I..V i-.il-i
ing on Sheriff I'ie, in Clenrnd.l. as he oirn'-d ttiv
l.Tboa'i ' ''VrNOr'u.NiVaKs"0"' j
l.e"tnt t i nil, ciceiu-iiti in.
January 21, 1874,
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STKUEr, NEAR P.O.
Tb undersigned bega leave to inform the elll
eena of Clearfield, and tb. public gr-urraily, that
be bae en hand a fine aa.ortinrol of trWniiure,
saek as Wulaut, Chestnut and Painted CbamlHT
Sniti-s, Parlor Suites, Reclining and Katenaieu
Chain, Ladies' and Oents' Kaay Chairs, tlie Per
forated Dining and Parlor Chairs, Cane bVats and
Windsor Chairs, Clolbos Han, Step and Kitcn
ion Ladders, Hat Racks, Scrubbing Uruihcs, so
MOITLDINQ AND PICTURE FRAMES.
Looking fllaeees, Cbromos, Ae., which would bu
suitable for llolicay nresenta.
dec!0 73 JOHN TROUTMAN.
IIUI '.Y A f 1 1 II 1ST,
KKVUI.lt A CO.
i THOSE INTi:llEaTHl IN TUP. PI R
I'HA&K OF A STRICTLY
PURE RYE WHISKY,
For Mrdkinel Purpoeca we oiTer
Itailj-'H lnre Itye,
Prioe $2 to H per (tllon, end wilt ihip in pack
ago to euit purohatwre.
We ol'O htindle Infely a
COPPER DISTILLED WHISKY,
rrlc from!'. .30 tol.76.
FINE WINES, BRANDIES AND GIN,
And are alio manufsetorerj of
TONIC HERB BITTERS.
Send for price list. '
1IUKY4 CH I! 1ST,
apr.JJ flm 121 North Thlr.1 St., Philadelphia.
or a 1. 1. a i
BaKaTftfC Barrow , Warrhoufie Tmikt, Copying
I'lfnw, Improrcd Money Pruwrr, Ae.
ro kali nr
II. F. 'UIGLKU & CO.,
Ienleri In llarflware.
mcli.lO:TO If Pecond Slreel, CteaiteiJ, Pa.
Manufactured especially for
rut: vt.EAnFiKLU tiudk,
ron lai.h nv
II. P. DlUl.KH 1 CO.
3 A L EI
A large And srell-nniehrd flrlek Dwelling, all-1
ate on the river bank, In the borough of Clear
field, containing vleven renme, with good cellar,
waler ir the kitchen, and lt Ilea modern conve
niences. Pantries, llatbmom, t'ln'hee-VtreeaoB, 4c.
Isit siity feet front and two hundred and thirty
feet bank, with a twenty foot alley on the eael
aide. fSalrt building, with all the appurtenances,
will li sold cheep, with paymentstn sait parch.,
srr. Applicstion can bn made lo the under
signed, nr to A. C. Tnte, Krq., who will give all
necessary information lo thoew who deeire t. In
spect the property.
TI10S. J. MeCtll.l.Ot'tlll.
May Slat, IMMf.
(L ATI POWIU'H,)
Por all dlieaiei Incident to Horaei, Cattle, end
Human r leib, ret; ring the nee of ai
Thla Katbroeatlon wae aiUnitreW niett by
the Aerarnateat eeHng the war.
For aale by llartewiek A lrwln, OlearBeld
Jeftepb U. Irwla, Ourwenevtllt. Daniel Uood
ander. Latheraburg. tf
Attention, Lumbermen .
It are how niauulncturlng onr IMPROVFTi
t 8TKKL SOCKET HH1VINU CANT-
HOOKS, auparior to any ulber In u. Ws have
slao in stoek a larg. quantity nf C.nthnoka eaite
hl. for raninf purpoaca, which we are a.lllng
etienp air enah. AMOR A It. KKNNAlll).
Clearfield, Pa., March II, IS7I.
i Q. W.WOLFE,
' 1MUCTICAL GUNSMITH.
Shop on Third street, bvr Wley' blaekamllh
jhop, CI.KAHlflrtliO, PA.
All kinds af aide aad (that (I una on hand.
Repairing done le a fiiel-alees maenw aad at mlr
A It K
S T It E E T,
11 JV I K la , P K
stock of I'lANOS will consist of
& SONS' PIANOS,
J LEA Pi IT ELD
rLAJNliMj 'MILL'KTOYjEH!' ntovksi
C O M P ANY.
rpilK nnl-rl;ni"l, rueee.ieri lo Itl'KQ. t
H 1'OWKI.l.. hae nan-haled the rl.KAII
HKl.l) I'UM.MI HI 1.1., and lelitlcil it for
loi,. all esliii.irc burinuss. All the tnaahinery
wilt be n-l'lcd nrco.iry to make it one of the
oio.t ulo.n:e netab i.hinunts ot tlio hind In the
i hey ere now pri-parra la receive orders
t,.r auy work in tiiet lin. They will gircsrwcial
.ueritiou to ail ms'.eriuls for huuae building,
rLOORING, WEATHER - BOARl-ING,
SASM, DOUHS, nLIJJDS,
UltACHETSi JIG I." Lit S.S U, c.
Of ALL fTYI.KS, alwBy on bund.
WOK.;.'.)' BOAIIPS, aril M aniclei nrcp-.
r? TT huililioir, will be enrhangod for DKV
MIMUKR, 10 that pnrtouo at a diilanre may
brinK their lumber, exebance it for. and return
huiue with the matiufaoturcd arlici.
Th Cnmiinne iH el way i haveoa band a Urn
atari, of dry lumber, to ae to he ahle lo nil an
ordnr on the cborteet no lien. Only the brat and
ono. killlul hftttdi will be employed, eo that the
public may rely upon good wurk.
l.nuiWr will be worlM or fold as h.w na It ena
bv putchaeed ant whtre, nnd warrnuirff tn fivt
satfaction. A tlie buftrtfim will bv done npno
tiii fuh principle we can ef'ird t work fr euiall
UUY LUMBER WANTED !
Kiic(ijllr one and-a half and two inrh pmol
Huff, tor wMcu a liberal price will be ppld.
The kuttueia wilt be ennducted under tho tiame
, uf I bo
"Clparnold Planinz Sill Co."
0. D. Mtrrell
ill pfrnonalty iiipnriatrnd the
Oidetre niievl.rtil!y ulicilid..
0. Tl. MEKHKTjL.
K. B. T AY Lull.
M. ti. IIUOWN A lino.
Clearfield, Pa., January 8, 1871.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS it- STATJOXERY.
Market HI.. Clearfleld, (at the iit Ollice.)
f 111 hi undersigned begs Isava to anaonncete
X the citisens of Clearfield and vicinity, thai
he has fitted up a room and has just returned
fiom lb. elty with a large amount of reading
matter, eoniisting in part uf
Bibles pjid Miscellaneous Books,
Blank, Account and Pass Dooks of every de
seriplion Paper and Envelopes, French pressed
and plain Pons and Pensile Ulaak, Legal
Pipers, Doeds, alortgages ; Judgment, Kxen.p
tion and Proaaileory notes t Wails and Psrohj
ment Brief, Legal Cap, Jlecord C.p, end Uill Cap,
Sheet, Music for sillier Piano, t-luteor Violin
constantly on bend. Any books or stationorr
desired that I may not have oa hand, will be r
erdcred by firat .sprees, aad sold at wholssals
or retail to salt oustnBi.rs. I will also keep
periodical literature, snob aa Msgaslnee, News,
pspere, Ae. P. A. UAtlLIM.
Cl.artleld May T, ISaS-tf
JOSHANNON LAND AND LUMBER
OPOI-OLA STKAM MILLS,
LUMBER, LATH, AND PICKETS
Sn ird Vnlcnt Itibbeil tihinylrs.
II. It. etIILI.INl!roD, President,
Office Fnroel Place, No. 1 2i 8. 4ili at, l'liil'a.
JOHN LAWflli', Ocneral Eup'l.,
Oaccola Mill., Clearfield raunty, Pa.
Also TOWN LOTS f.r aaj. in th borough
Ai.o-Krep llie LAItUKPT ASSOBTMKNT
of lloode In t'lesrat-ld oounty at their Mnmtnutb
Stora In Oaecola- JanS ft
Lime lor Sale I
rilllR underaicned, rMldiltR near the dene! hai
X made eomplflto arrangemtfrte wit b Lime
11 urn rra eaat of the mnnntain, wliirttt be la onn
bled to keep ronttantly on hnnd alurgv qunntityof
which he oil or to far met i and Vuildnrs nt a Irille
abuve eoat. 'f hot ia need tf the arilcle WtitiKI do
well to give me a call, or ad'lrvi ine by letter, lte
fure nrgotiating their lime. .
UKO. C. rAPSMOHat.
Clearfleld, Pa , June V, Ibiitt.
Tho Lightning Tamer:
riMIK nnderalftaed ait the aele Agrntalnlhli
X nnty for the "North American Uelvanitrd
LIUUTNINU nuiS.' iLieevare theoniyaaie
mda now In uae, and are endnraed hy all Ine
iclenti&e men tn the country. ,
Wa keroby notify the eitiaena of the esunty
that we will pat thorn np a better rod, and tot
leea money, than la oliarged by the foreign
agenta who annnally trurerie the oounty and
earry eB our little caab, nerer to return. , .
ENCOUUAGK I10.MR LATJObV
Tho wishing Llghnlne B.da rel.d on
th.ir buildings need hul sddreaa ua by leller, af
cnll le peraoa, W. will pat there up .nywh.rs
In thaeounty, and warrant lhwi. The Rode arid
Plitoraa can be seen at ny llm by .ailing at
our etore. II. P. HltllKK 00.
Cleerleld. Merck UTI.tl-- . ,
f trtllK nndcrllgnrd t,era teavalo Inform thapnh
1 lie that ho la now fully prepared an accommo
date all In the w.ynf fnrnl.hing Horses, Haggle,
Saddle, and Harness, eg Iheshnrtnel notice and
on reaeonabl. terms. Rra Idcac. oa Lacnal ttraat,
between Third and Fourth.
IIKO. W. OKAItllAKT.
Ilesrflold, Feb. 4, 1SI4.
X - N A .
A HE LARGEST
ever brought to the county, are beirf receivel el
! the Hardware Katabli.hmenl of H. V. IIKil.KH
I At tt., ooiupri.iiijr the following Cook titovasi
. It EOULATOR.
NATIONAL llAN'UF., AC. tC.
AI.o, tho following Itcat'u.g Stoves:
SPEAKS ANTI CLINK Kit.
SPEAIt'S AST1 DUST.
SI'KAlt'.S FAULOH COOK.
HEAVY 11 A K UOOII ANDSTOKB
KOOit STOVES, 40.
Clesrtcld, Sept. J5, U7S.
F It ONT!
t.llIC tT I'.Xt iTt;inr.NT
ICE CEEAM SALOON I
Tho anderriitrnrMl baring jaat Rltod up new,
larro and eomfurtable roomt on Market itmt.
nar Third, irapertfully in forma the public that
he now drcpnrrd to at-votntnodate Ihem with
eTftrything in hi tine on ahnrt notieeand alall
boar of the dey. lie keepa on band
rtlFSH tilt RAD,
1UTSKP, HOLLA, PIK3,
CAKES, all kind..
and a general .aaaortmcnt of
CONFUCTrOKEUlK.S, FRUIT8, HVT?, Ae.,
All of whirh will bodilivcrrd lo euftoiners at thrir
retliofra, when rrquerted lo do to.
U:l. CUKAM, t.y thediah.icrvcd in a neatly fur
ThnakTuI for the grneruui patrtmaga nuatuned ii
tV.e paat, he hipca to merit and reeelre aa
Mnuonoc of thejatne from bit old euito
mert. and ethtra.
JOUN ST AD LEU.
AtTIIKIlK In l.uy my OllY 000I, I1R0
lY series, Quecnsvmrc, tllnsvware, llrugl and
Nelinna, Confretioneries, de., cheap for cash.
The auhaeritier begs leer In Inform his old and
new enatomere that be bos opened
A VAUIETY STOKE
IN GLKN HOPE, TA.
And will acll goods at prleea to suit the timet. A
liberal re.luoiion wilt be made tocuetumcrs buy
lug at wii.'icaalr.
Cell and eaainine my atork biTi.r. purchaaing
elsewhere. A libi-r.l aliar. of puolie polntnage ii
C. 1. KKAOY.
Illcn Hope, P.., Juue 14, Istl.
JJ, F. BIGI.KU i CO.'S
, ( . lliMilHRMEN'S IIARUWARI,
FAR MtNQ rTKNfilt.S,
, . IKON NA"'
V,lNIrl, OILS, VARNIRIIKS,
May Jg, ts:S.
Tlie antUrelgned art aow fully prepared te
earry ou the buaioeai of
AT RHA80NAI1LK RATKH,
And reipeclliitly 4otlctt the patrnn.g. f I'""
needing such lerrtee..
JAMK8 L, LKAVV.
Clearfield, Pa., Feb. 1, 1874.
WILLIAM M. 1IKNRY, JuaTU-i
rre tww Pbacb AnaSenrvawBB.Ll'afRria
OITV, CatlnUow aio.1. and aa.B.y prersptly
paid over. Article uf agreement and dee.ll
onveyanM neatly exeenled and warranted enf
reet or no charge, Jjl'"