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ud usnufefSlrers of
.tf n.Coppor SMw Iron Ware,
Having IftrKely Increased our stoek of Jlsrd
ware, wt Invito lUs publte to ti amine our flock
Cart.enters aod person, who contemplate build
ing will do well to eiauioe our
TOOLS & BUILDING HARDWARE.
which Is new and of the best manufacture, and
will ue told low for earn.
N A 119.
. , . , , HINGES,-
. i ; " i :. i SOKEWS
All klodi of Bench Plane., Raws, Chtiels, Squares,
Hammers, list obeli, numbs and Jjtveli,
.Mortised h Thumb Uuages, Uevels,
Braces k Ilitts, Wood and Iron
ljcnch Screws, and th beat
Boring Machine lo tht
Double and Single Bitt Axes,
POOKET CUTLERY, Ac
Agents for BurneWt Iron Corn Shelter,
Alio, agents for Richards'
GOTHIC FLUB TOPS,
wbtcb effectual); euro Smoky Fluei.
Frnicri' Iaipienients and Harden Tool of every
A large variety of
which wt warrant to give satisfaction.
Portable Mlanget and kVitrnaet.
Hoofing, Spouting and Jot Work done on
rravoDaoie icraii. aii oruers win receive prom pi
BIGLER, YOUNG & REED,
(Successors to Dojnton t Toang,)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
POETABLE & STATIONARY
Corner of Fourth and Plat Strieti,
H AVI NO engafted In the menufscture of Bret
elaaa MACHINERY, we respeetfully Infern
the pub lie that we are now prepared te All al
orden as ebeaply nd at promptly as eaa be donr
In anj of the oitlee. We manufsetar end denl In
Mulay and Circular Saw-Mills
lTead Block i, Water Wheels, Bharttng Pulleys.
Gilford's Injector, Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles
Ollen, Tallow Cupa, Oil Cupe, Gauge Cooke, All
Ooeki, 8 lobe V el roe, Cheek Valree, wrenght Iron
Pipee, Bleau Pom pa, Boiler Feed Pumps, Anti
Friction Metre, Soap Stone Peeking, Gum Peek
log, and all kinds of MILL WORKf together
With riowi, Bled Solei,
COOK AND PA RLOR STOVES,
' V. '
and other CASTINGS of all kinds.
. "Orders eolleited and tiled at any prion
All letters of Inquiry with referenee to machinal?
of oar manufacture promptly answered, by ad dree
ing ai at Clearfield, Pa.
Jaot'74-tf BKil.KR, YOUNG A RBED.
WBW 6 TO KB AND NEW GOOD?
JOS. SHAW d SON
Tta?a jut opened
Niw Rtoh, od Main St.,CLiirui.D, Fa
lately oocupiedbj Wm. F. IRW1.V.
Thetr ttock cooiUti of
osmtr cd cd m a
noctllti of the beat quality,
Qorenbware, IlootH and Shoes,
ml erery article neoeHar? for
Call and examine our stock before pur
ohaalng eluwhere. May 0, 1806-tf.
ERRA COTTA STANDING VAsis,
Sltnve Lining and Fire Brick,
knpt eonitantl; oa hand.
OK 1IVKKT BE8CRIPTF0N I
CROCKS! POTS1 CROCKS!
I'laher'i Patent Airtight Heir Beating
BIITTKR CROCKS, wllh ltd.,
CRRAM CRnrKd, MILK CROCKS,
AfPLR Rt'TTRR CKOCKH,
PLOWRR POTS, PIH DrSIIES,
And a groat many otbar thini loo nnm.rona to
n.ntioo, to b. bad at
STONE - WARE POTTERY,
Cornar ol Cherry and Third Stmt!.
CLEARFIELD, PA., aail
Down I Down 1 1 "
THE LAST ARRIVAL
AMD Of COURSE TUB CIIEACR8TI
A Proclamation against High Prices!
WI an now opmlng op a tot of th. ttt and
noii HaMnalil. Uondi and Wirt ....
off.mt ia toll market, and at prie that remind
on. of th. (rood old d.yi of ehe.p thlngi. Thoa.
who la.k faith apon Ihla point, or dean oar alli
gation, aaparflaoaa, aoed bat
VJILt. AT OVn STORE,
Conn Front and Market itmta,
Wh.r. they .an H., feel, hear and kn. for thea
nelre.. T. full, nndentand what areebeap good,
thli molt be dune. We do not deem H BMmar,
to .namerate and Iteaiaa onr Hook. Il ia mo.ik
ftr na to atala that
Wo have Everything that ii Neoded
and onn.nmed In thli market, and at nrleu that
atonl.h bolh old and ennne.
dM JOHKI'II SHAW SON.
'.INCOURAGK DOME INDUSTRY.
rpilR aad.rilga.d, ha.lng .etabllih.d a Rm
X reel oa lb. 'Plk., ab.al halfway betw...
Weva.ld and C.rw.a.rlll., I. pr.parad to far.
na atlkladaarrRUIT TKKKri, (.uadard and
warf,) aT.rgra.ai, Shrabbory, Urap. Via.f,
Ooob.nHu, La. tea Blaokbarry, Strawberry,
- "ierry mi., alio, etaanaa urab Tree.,
(Jain.., an. ,uf Ha, Kb. bark, t; Ordori
rottly btt.ad.1 lo. Addroa.,
w " y , i OwwrnrlH.. p.,.
FUAVI2Il V IlKTTf
Ar off.rtnf , at th. atd itand of 0. L. Ratd a Co.
tb.ir itook of godf eonilittog of
DRY - GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS CAPS, HARDWARE,
FLOUE, FEED, SALT, &o., &o.,
the aoet reaeonable rates for CASH or In
Square Timber. Boards. Shingles,
OR COUNTRY PRODUCB.
sTAdTanoee made to those engaged la get
ting out qnare timber on the most advantageous
F 11 ON T !
,; . ; At TBI ;-, ;.. .; ,'
AND . ...
Tht underfigned harlng just fitted np new,
large and comfortable roomi on Market itreet,
near Third, reipeetfutly informs the public that
he now drepand to aooommodate then with
erj thing in his line on short notice and at all
hours or the day. lie keeps en band
ERESH BREAD, ' ; "i ; j
, , Rl'SKSi ROLLS, PI Kit,
CAKES, all kinds.
FRESH OYSItRS IN EVERY STYLE,
and t general .assortment of -
CONFECTIONERIES, FRO ITS, NUTS, etc,
All of which will be delivered to eastomeri at their
reildenees, wben reqnested te do so.
ICE CREAM, tj thedlsb.serTedina neatlr far
Thankful for the generous patronage beitowed lo
the past, he hopes to merit and reeelre a m
tlnnenoe of the same from kit old onito
men, and others. j
( . JOHN STADLER.
' , ' ' Jon. Il.7t.tt '
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS)
: UOSIERT A GLOVKS,
HATS A CAPS and BOOTS A SHOES,
Tohaeoo, Groeerlee and Flfh, Nails, Irardware,
vuvva.warv aim uiaaiware, Men s and
tioji' Cloth leg, Drngir, Paints,
Oils, School Books,
Urge lot of Patent Medieioea,
Candier, Nets A Drlvd Pruiu, CbntM and Craek
ers, Hoc a- and Riae Powder,
Flour, Grain and Potatoes.
Clorer and Timotbr Seed,
Sole Leather, Moroccos, I.ioinri, Bindinn and
inreaa, Dnoenakerr Tools and
No greater varfetj of roods In any store In the
ooanijr. ah lor sale very low lor eash or eonntrj
pivquee ai toe vammp uorner. Aug. 17, 187a.
The Bell's Run Woolen Factory,
: Peon town.hiy, CloarLId Co., Pa.
BURN ED U PI
Thesubeeribers hare, at ereat exnense. rabullt
neighborhood neoMalty, in the ereetlon ef a Iret
olaas Woolen Manufactory, with all the modem
improvements ettaebed, and are prepared to make
it ainaa ei uiotns, lintniera, eatiaetts, Ulan,
kets, Flannels, An, Plenty of goods on band te
rapply all onr old and a thousand now enstomers.
wm) in w iq some ana examine our stoea.
The business of
CARDING AND FCLLINO
will reeelre our eipeelal attention. Proper
Arrangements will be made to receive and deliver
Wool, to suit customers. All work warranted and
lose anon the shortest notice, and br striet attan.
tion to dullness we hope to realise a liberal share
ii puoue patronage.
KMMK) POUNDS WOOL WANTED I
We will na the hlehest market nriea for Wot.
and sell oar manufactured coodi u low as similar
goods ean be bought ia the county, and whenever
we fail to render reasonable sat ief action we ean
always be found at homo ready to make proper
piavuetiiuu, iiiuvi in peramn or DJ letter.
JAM no JUIinBUfl at HUNH,
npriI2tf Bower P.O.
LE AT ILKA BtttKAST-STKAPS
' SUPERSEDED BY
COVERT II PATENT METALLIC
Made of the best Mallea
ble Iron, and Is attached
to the Hemes by the best
Snsp ever Invented. It
Is easily and quickly put
on, and prevents the
whipping ef the hortea t
1 by thepol-' H liable '
to get out of repair.
Will lait for yean. All
we ask Is a typr trial, to
convince al) parties us
ing them that they are
umurpasend it value for
the purpose for which
the are intended.
PACKKTT A BCHRYVKR.
Clearfield, April 15, 1874.
MARBLE AD STOVE YARD!
Mas. 8. S. LIDDKLL,
Hating engaged ia the Marble' baalaeai, deeirw
to Inform har friendi and th. publl. that aba hai
now and will keep aoaetanlly oa hand a largo aad
wall eoloeud Itoek of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLE, and la prepared lo furnlah to order
BOX AND CRADLE TOMBS,
Carba and P.at f.r Cemetery Lota, Window '
SUIa and Capa, aleo,
BtlRRAtt, TABLE AND WASH STAND
TOPS, Ao., Ac
VevYard oa Read afreet, aoar tb. R. 1. D.nnL
aearleld, Pa. Je;,II
Q. W. WOLFE,
Boon on Third itreet. orar Rtlee'e hlutkamltai
abop, C'LRARKI KM), PA.
aii tmili or KlBea and Shot Uaaiim band.
Renalriog dona ia a firit-alnaa maanar and at hlr
TH R nndenlgned bege Imv. to Inform the pub
lic that be ia new folly prepared to aooommo
date all In the wayaf rnrniehing lloreeo, Boggiea,
Saddlea and llarneaa, oa the ihorteit notiee and
an raaaonahn tonal. Reoldoaoa oa Loenet itreet,
between Third aad Foarth.
0K0. V. OEARHART.
'Hearnald, Feb. 4, IS74.
IOR IIAI.kTh. anderalgnH olfera for
X aale a eaionnie town prop.rly In the norongb
of Clearfield. Lot Miltl feet, with a good two
atery plank howee (hereon eroeted, with three
roomi Sown il.lra and fonr bod rooma np italra.
Alio, aewlne rnim aori beth one ne hm.i Inar
tle.aa alibed eomnle. from oellu ta elllc
weoo aowoie aoroa ana gooa water, men ree
enneoie ena payment! eaiy.
Illang)! WM. M. MeCtll.LOtail.J
J. It. M'MUIUtAY
WILL SUPn.T TOO WITB ANT ARTTH.F
OP MERCHANDISE AT THE VERT LOWEST
PRICE. COMM AND SEE.
HAVE NO KFKKCT
I am aware that there are some perions a little
hard to pleaee, and I am also aware that the
complaint or "hard times" Is well nigh universe!.
Rut I am so situated new (bet lean latiify the
former and prove ooneluilvely that bard times"
will not effect those who buy their goods from me,
and all my patrons shell le ieiliated Into the m
HOW TO AVOID 1IAKO. TIMES
I have goods enough to enpply all the Inhabi
tants in the lower end of the county wgich I sell
at exceeding low rates from my mammoth store In
MUL80NUURO. where I ean alwavs be r..H
ready to wait upon sailers and supply then with
Dry Goods of all Kinds, '
Such .1 Cloth., R.llnelli, raiilmerei, tlotliaa,
Delaln.a, Linen, Drilllnti, Calloo.1,
Trimming!, Ribbona, Laea, .
Roady-mad. Clothlnjf, Boot! and Sbooa, II at. and
Cap. all of th. boat met.rial and made to order
Hum, goeks tll.Yei, Miitew, Laoai, Klbboni, A..
' ' QR0CRR1KS OF ALL KINDS.
Cofoo, Tea, Sofar, Flee, Malum, Plih, 6.11,
rork, Lineod Oil, JTt.h Oil, Carbon Oil. .
Hardware, Queeniware, Tlnwara, Caitinge, Plowa
and Plow Caatiagi, Nalli, Spikei, Corn Cnltira
ton, Cider Prenei, and all klnda of Ami.
Perfumery, Patau, Varnlib, Olail, aad a fenaral
aaiortm.nt of Slationory,
i GOOD FLOUR,
... , . ,
Or ditbrent brandi, atwayt on hand, and'Wilt bo
old at tb. loweat poutbl. Agnroi, .
J. II. MoClaln'a Mediolner, Jarne'l Medlclnei,
Hoitctur'a and llootaad'a Bittora.
tOOt ponnda of Wool waatod for whiah.th.
bigheat prioa will b. paid. CloTereood oa hand
and for aale at tk. low.it market prion.
Alio, Agent for Strattonrill. and Curwemrill.
k,Call aad om for yoereelrei. Ton will Ind
T.rjlbing amallfk.pt ia a reUU itara. . .
f ' ' , . I..' M. COI'DIIIET.
Fr.nrhrill. P. 0., Allguit 11, 1874.
EAP THIS I
FLOUR & FEED DEPOT I
Tbe atUntlon of lb. eltlaena of Cl.arfl.ld and
viclnitr la diraeted to th. feet that Uoodfellow A
Son are tbe agenta of M. Nieoe A Co., and hare
jnit reeelved a half doaeo ear loada of Floor and
Peed, whioh they oiler at tbo loweat pouibla llg
area. - A large itock of
FLO UK, CORN MEAL, CHOP,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, BRAN,
Potatoef, Shelled Coro, Cera In ear, e., a.
Parllcul.r altoatloa II nailed to M. Niece A
Co.'i brand of K.milj Floor, wblrb ia th. boat ia
t i '
Floor and Feed ean and will bo aold cheeper
than it eaa ba obtained li.wher. In Clearfield
4r-Rtore on Market itreol, next door to Hoa.
Alexeader Irria'a reitdenr..
UO0DFKLL0W k BOtf,
lanUlf Agent, for M. Niece A Co.
JOSHANNOl LAND AND LUMBER
O8CK0LA STEAM MILLS,
LUMBER, LATH, AND PICKET8
Rawed it Patent Ribbed Shinglet.
H, H. SHILLINOFORD, Preiident,
OBca Foraat Plaoo, Mo. IM B. 4tk aL, Phll'a.
JOBS LAWSHIl, 0.n.ral gup'L,
Oaeoola Mllla, Cl.arfi.ld ee.nlj, Pa.
Ate. TOWS LOTS rr aale ia the boroaih
of Ooodl in Clearfield eoantjr al their Mameeotb
oeur. I. vreowin. Jen.-T.
F. O'LEARY BUCK,
General Insurance Agent and Real
Represent the fellow lag reliable Insurance Ce's:
North British Mercantile Ins. Co. $Jo,0M0O
-remington Lite Insnranee to....... 4,et,,00
Fire Association lnauranee Ce... i.00.t
A mason Eire Insurance Co 1,07ft, m
Phoenii InMranee Uo. W. V... . 2,000,000
Watertown Fire, 1 mures dwel lines
and farm build iocs oalv m.OOO
Tori, Pa.. Stock Insoranoe Co. Horses insured
agalnrt death and theft,
P. 8 Pariise in the country deelrtag leeuraaee
od their lives or property ean have it promptly
attended te by addreeslug M by letter, or calling
m person ai ear omce, in rie e opera House,
Room No. 1, Clearfield, Pa. aug267
OF AM. IIIBII
BCaf Barrewa, Warehouee True hi, Copying
Presses, Improved Money Drawer, Ao.
H. F. BIOLEU & CO.,
Oralera la Hardware,
mehJUO.tf Boeond Street, Clearfield, Pa.
IOOIC OUT FOR THE 8IGN
IIK4 CANT HOOK!
MARKET STREET, CLEARPIKLD.
The old Clearfield Kieeliior Cant Hook Co. la
dieaoleed, and a nw oa. formed by Amo. Ken
nard and 0. R. Merrill, ef Clearfield, and O. M.
Allard, of Kmporinm, Cemeroa oonnt, at part
aan, and Jai. 1. Wataon, of Cliarfleld. aa Qeaer-
al Agent. Tho new eompnny will earry oa the
onitoeia 01 maoofaeiartnc. aeiiina and abinn n.
toe oan. noona. wun an tniir improeementi,
wnicn nrw now perieei. an .ro.n promptly
filled. JA9. C. WATSON, -
J. If lat, 114. Geo I Ag.nl.
A large and well-finished Brick Dwelling, file-
aie en me river nana, in tne boronga of viear
eld, eontaiaiag eleven roomi, wllh good eellar,
water in the kitchen, and all the modern conve
nience!. Pantries, Bath-room, Clofbee-preseee, Ac.
Lot sisty feet front end two hundred and thirty
feet hank, with a twenty foot alley en the east
side. Haid building, with all tbe appertenanees,
will be sold cheep, with payment! te suit purcha
ser, Applieetiea aan bw mode lo the under
signed, or to A. C. Tate, Ksq., who will give all
necessary information to thoee who desire to ta
speet tho property.
Hay list, tf.
Lime Tor Sale I
THE and.riign.d, realding near the depot haa
mad. complete arrangemeata with Lim.
narnara aaM or tbe moanUin, whereby ho la ena
bled to keep eoeitantlj oa hand n large q.antily ol
PURE LI M EI
which he offers to farmers and bnllders at ft trifle
above cost. Thoee in need of the article would do
well to give me a nail, or address me by letter, be
fore negotiating ibeir lime,
ur.. v, r Annssurtaj,
Clearfield, Pa., June t, lft9.
WOOD-CHOPPER8' AXE !
Maanfaetured eipeetally for
THK CLEARFIELD TRADE,
' i. f'' ' i .'"
ron aai.a ar
angS're n. r. bioi.kr a co.
KRATZER & I.YTLK,
AdKNTS IN CLEARFIELD COUNTY FOR
Smoking; & Chewlnfr.Tobnccos.
V. are Mibl.d I. wholeaale lo dealer, thrnogh.
oat lb. oonnly nl .iiy prion.
KRATZEIt A I.TTLI,
JoS.Td tf ; Clearfield, Pa.
nOUBB AND LOT KOH 8ALE!
Th. Hoaae aad lt oa tbe Mraar of Mar
ket and Fifth atroeta, Clearfield, Pa., la for aale.
Tbe lot Matalai nearly aa aero of groaad. The
hoaaa tt a largo donbl. fman, noaUlaiag alao
rooma. For tonal and ether fa formation apply
to tho aabaerlbor, al the P.M Offlc. '
P. A.An,m. ,
WHDNBSDAV MORNING, JAN, IT, I8J.
THE LOUISIANA OVTHAOK.
Our Stuto LcgiBlnturo look wry do
eidtMl action R wcvk an in rolfttion t
tho I'roaidiMit in the Ijouiniiina out
rage The following prvnmblo ami
robolutiona were prtm'tiUid in the
lloiiso by (lie aolwt committoo, tt
pointed for that pui-iHwe. Tho rono
iiitions wuru adopted by a voto at 102
to 85, and wero ullt'rw'anln mnt to the
SennU) and thore rvlbrrutl to the Com
mittee on Federal Itcliitionn, hero
they will alninbcr, hecanae that nun-
mittee comimaetl of 5 liadieala and
3 DeniocraU :
,, WiiiRiA, Under tlw CwwUtution
of the United 'States, tbt wu of the
Federal army in the suppression of do
mestio violence, ran be invoked only
on application of tho Legislature or
tho Executive, (when the Legislature
cannot be convened) ; and
Wiiiar.AS, The first Monday of Jan
uary, the day proscribed by tho I'on
stitution of Louisiana for the meeting
of the (ieneral Assombly of that Com
monwealth, at tho time when the Leg
islature was convened and in process
of organisation, a portion of tbo Fed
eral army under tho authority of tbo
President of the United State, placed
at the disposal of the ao-called Gov
ernor of , Louisiana, .forcibly, ejected
from thoir scatM persons claiming to be
lawfully elected member of the Leg
islature; nnd ,
Whereas, This not of usurpation
and lawless power ha received the
sanction and appitivnl of President
'WntHRAS, It is (he constitutional
right and prerogative of the Legisla
ture of a tree Stuto to judge the qual
ifications of its own members; there
lore be it
Jtetolvetl, That tho House of Repre
sentatives of Pennsylvania, speaking
for her people, do solemnly protest
against so heinous an ahtinfl of the
power committed to tho President.
We protest against it as a precedent
which substitutes the will ol the Ex
ecutive and Federal bayonets for the
function of the Legislature in Jeter
mining tbo qualilicutinns of its mem
bers, endangering personal liberty and
imperiling Iree government. r
Jirfiolred, That wo commend the for
bearance exercised by those whose
rights were so nnconetitutionally vio
lated we assure them of tho sympa
thy felt for thorn by all who are jeal
ous of civil liberty upon whioh our
government is founded. .
Jirtolivd, That copies of tho fore
going be forwarded by tho Speaker of
mis iiouso to tno J'rcsiUont ot the
United State and tho Senators and
the Representatives in Congress from
this Stato and to tho (inventor of tbo
several States. ;
The infamy perpetrated by Grant
and his "bully, Sheridan, is embraced
in the following military epistle, which
may bo very locomitig in a despotic
government, but should be accounted
a great crime in a republic. Read tho
inlunioiis document :
HrAn's"Mit.iT'r Divis or Mismh ri,
'kw Orleans, January 5, 1H75.
7oh. II'. H'. Belknap, See'y of War:
I think the terrorism now existing
in J.nmsiuna, .Mississippi, and Arkau
sits, could bo entirely removed, nnd
confidence and fair-dealing established
ny tno arrest nnrt tnul ol the ringlcnd
ers of the armed White League, II
Congress would pass a bill declaring
them namlitti, they could be tried by
a military commission. This banditti,
who murdered men hero on the Mth
of last September, also more recently
at Vieksbnrg, Miss., should, In justice
to law and order, and peace and pros
perity of this Southern part or tho
country, bo punished. It is possible
that if the President would issue a
proclamation declaring them banditti, no
further action need bo taken, except
mai wnicn woiun devolve on me.
P. II. Sheridan,
Lieut Gen. U. 8. Army
To make this more nalutable.Grant's
clerk in the war omce at Washington
sent "Phil" tbo following:
War Department, )
WasniNOTNN, D. C, January C.
Gen. P. 11. Sheridan, New Orleans, I A. :
Your telegrams all received. The
President and all of us have full eonfl
uence, and thoroughly approve your
course. vr . v . 1IKLKNAP,
Secretary of War.
However, as there was so much fuss
kicked np about tbe matter, Grant ha
sent a little mcssngu te Congress, re
pudiating both Kheridan and llelknan.
but still allows the political hlood-
nounils to control ana plunder louwi
ana just as though he had not taken an
oath to guarantee every Stato a repub
nran lorm oi government.
1 he following address, signed by the
representative ot tbe Catholic, Epis
copalian, Jewish and . .Methodist
churches in New Orleans, was pub
lished in the papers or that city in ro-
ly to Sheridan s wanton and mahcion
bel on the peoplo of Ijouismna. con
tained in his recent dispatch to tho
secretary oi v ar :
To Tna AaaatCA PaorLB I
fVJUreoo, General Sheridan, now in command
of the Dleiaioa nf tbo Mlmonri, aadw dnto of
tb. 4th iaetant, hai aildroeiod a eommuoientioa
to W. W. Belknap, Searetory af War, la Meb
h. tMireecata th. p.opl. of Loutaiane at largo aa
breathing f engeeneo to nil Innfnl authority and
approving oi moroem me Crimea nno
Aereae, He hoe nivon to that enmoinniatlnn
Wa, the nnderalgnrd, belleea II onr duty to
proclaim to the whole American people that theM
.bargee ere anmoriied, unfounded, .nd orrono
ona, aad aaa ban ao ether elect thea that nf
.erring the intereite of eorrapt nolitieiaoa, who
nr. nl Ihla momoatmnking moot eatremn elforti
to perpetnate their power over Loai.i.nn.
fn. J. rancna, Areblilihop,
4. P. n. Wiuiaa, Biihopof
Jan. K. Orrnaia, Mioialer,
Temple or Sinai.
J. C. hir.ua, Kiel
n. v., nnin,
C. Doll. Roator St Jneepb'i
aad many nthere.
Naw Oai.aiai, Jaauary I, lift,
On Monday weok, says the Wil
liamaport Bulletin, a paragraph ap
peared in theno columns statinir that
Mr. L. Vandling, of Sunbury, bad novel
er lasicn an ajipie or taken a drink of
cider in his life, and it was intimated
that it was doubtful whether a paral
lel rase could be found. The case has
been found already, however. 1 Mr. W.
r. Khorwln, or hlmira, writes to in
form bs that hi wifo "ha never tost
ed of an applo in her life, nor ran she
drink eider. . She cannot stay in the
room where there ia an apple without
making her deathly sick for hours af
terwards." The Kmplro State, there
fore, is not behind tho Koystono 011
tho applo question. Mrs. Shnrwin
Ways she would like to shako hands
witii mo gentleman at riiinlmry. Kv
idently she is not a danchter of moth.
Additional details of the bitrninir
of the Uospalrick on! v me reuse 1 1
horror of that disas'tor. The fire
seems to havo spread with such rapidi
ty that the vessel was burned from
end to end before a half hour had
olatcd after th flames had boon dis
covered. Of course tho live hundred
jwoplo on board for there was nearly
thai ntimlsr were readily' panic
stricken ; and it will atriko the reader
as being an awful thing that only two
boats, carrying thirty persons each,
got away from tho ship. These staid
by tho hnming vessel from. tho mid
night of Nov. 17 until tho 19th, when
tho wreck sunk. , Put of theso sixty
persons only three lived to tell l,
tale of their woe and nnrTcring. ,
ioTkTIUlmfim f ti!
Hcnatn, (ion. (irttnt ti'lU that ImmIv
ninny things which they did not in
quire about, and very little which in
to the point concerning the aiibjeot
mutter of thoir roaolution.
Ho opena with a etupi-mloua fulao
hood, ill leelriii(t, that, tho Itnpuhli
cann ot' Ijouiniann wore cheated out of
tho election of 1872 by ''glariiiK frauds'
and forgeries." The country kniin
that tho laet were proeiaely the other
way. "tJov. Warinotli.-wlni ia an au
thority which cannot ho uuciitioiied,
awerted tlint it wua tho mrmt liouent
election, ao fur an t lie canting and coun
ting of tho ballot were concerned,
tlml hail taken place in Louiniitna
since ita roconnt ruction. Tho Hiilmo
uueiit "frauda and formriea" by which
t..ii i i, i ... ,
1 ,T"Sl ,i 1 i J '
'be lemalatr "0 were placed in ltower
wcreoommittcd ail or election wan over.
The board which pretended to count in
Kellogg and thone Republican Icgixlu
tora bad none of tho legal reftrne in
their powterwion, but only ex fntrte afll
daviu etitting bow fetniu pentona vo
ted, or wotilil have voted, if they had
voted ut all.
Having bated Kellogg's election on
glaring fraud and forgeries, (irant
then tiiuuda Ida recognition of the va
lidity of Kellogg'a government on tho
extra judicial decree or ordcrnfjuilgo
Durell, which a committee of the Sen
ate;, wherein tho Republican hud a
minority, pronounced utterly void, i
This illegal decree having been re
ported to (irant, bo ays be lined the
army and navy to execute il. And
thin was tbo beginning of thd1 usurpa
tion which (iraut, to pleuso his brother-in-law
Casey, has ever since main
tained at the point of tho bayonet in
this unfortunate Stnte.
lint, as if unmindful of what he had
just, rtuid, (inml. goes back on himself,
by asNirting in his message that "the
election was a gignntic fraud." He
say that tho election machinery was
in tbe hands of the opponents of the
Republicans in 1KT2, and that this wn
equal to 20,(1110 votes. Ho. docs Dot
protend that Kellogg got these 20,000
lltia lint 1,1, ll.Mibu I. a nm.l.t 4.
votes, but ho thinks that he ought to
havo got them ; and he seem to feel
sure that if he could only havo con
trived to got the 20,0(10, ho would havo
beaten 11 ( Knery; and so ho rectified
i no error oi 111020,0110 ny using 1110
army and the navy to put Kellogg and
his followers in the Stuto llouso.where
the people, in his judgment, ought to
hnve placed them, but did not.
This is the substanco of whut Grant
sets forth about Kellogg's right to the
office of Governor of Louisiana. Wc
do not believe that this kind of inter
forcneo with Stale elections is exactly
tho business which tho people put
Presidents ir.Ui tho White House to
perforin, and wc think Grant will find
this out before long.
Having rested Kellogg's authority
to rule Louisiana on this absurd foun
dation, (irant then seines tho bloody
shirt and wave it in tbo eye of the
nation a a justification for his uso of
tho sword to uphold the Kollogg-l a
sey crime. His recital of the so-called
"outrages" is as a thrice-told tale. He
begins with the uproar at Colfax "in
April, 1873, which all tbe people, in
cluding the Senate, know just as much
about us ho does, and upon which the
voters, both of Louisiana and the
wholo country, panned judgment nt
tho polls in November last. Grant, pr
rather Attorney-General Williams
lor tno latter doulitless wrote this Ir
relevant and H'ttifiiirging message
waxes warm over this CoTfitx story, as
if it really had something to -do with
tbe questions put to tho President hy
the Senate. The Senate wanted to
know why Sheridan had broken up
me legislature oi ijnnisiuha in J anna
ry, 1875, and Grant, in reply, tells
them about a bloody row at Colfax
nearly two years before.
Iho rrostdent then jumps over
nearly a year and a halt which wo
assume to bo pretty good evidence
that not too much blood had been
spill in the mcantimo and comes
down to a small outbroak in 1874, at
the littlo and flourishing town of
Coushatta," where six eariwt-baggers,
tie says, got killed. To kill them was
a great crimo, for which their mnr
durura ought lo bo puniaLud. . But wo
venture to say that when all the facts
appear, it will turn nut that they
would not hnvo been killed had thov
siaycti wnere mey neiongetl, or atten
dod to their own business where they
I ho Attorney -(loncral s scnvonirtirs
having bcon able to rake np no more
outrages, Grant dismisses tho rest of
the cose under the general assertion
that "mnnv murders hnvo boon com
mlttcd, but fails to tell us when and
where. Sufiioe it to say that who! her
this sweeping statement is based on
facts, or springs from tho imagination
ol tho Attorney (ieneral, tho whole
passed away long before the events
took place about which the Semite had
inquired In their resolution.
(irant now comes tlown to the well
remembered affair of September lost,
when Penn (McKnery being absent)
claimed to be the acting Govornor of
I'Ouiamna, by virtue of his election as
Ijicutonnht-Govcmor on the same tick
ei witn Mcr-nery in mis. renns
claim to have been thus elected rested
on tho most solid grounds, and tboro-
mro ho was really entitled to act a
Governor of tho Stato in the absence
of McKnery. lie mado a foolish at
tempt to assort his claim, and most
thoroughly frightened Kellogg, the
usurper, who telegraphed to Grant for
help, (irant, who is always ready to
jump into a row in Louisiana on tbo
slightest provocation, issued a procla
mation, nnu 01 course called out tho
troops. Tho military came to the
front, and there was a collision, and
some of tho combatants on each side
Jhus far Grant trivcs u nothinir
fresh, nnd nothing which tho Somite
had called for. Ho onuht to bo aware
of what ovcryhrKy else fully under
stands, mat ail the matters lie tints
nets forth were pronounced upon at
tho bnllot-hoxos in autumn, and the
case decided against him by majorities
wnicn nnvo no parallels in this coun
try. This part of tho messago is an
insult to those who, after a full discus
sion of tho points at issue, recorded
their Irrevocable condemnation of him
and his Cabinet, and the whole line of
bis policy in resiioct to Ijonisiana.
The President claims that tho Re
publicans of ljonislnna in the election
of Noecmbor carried tho SUito. All
fair-minded men will pronounce this
a gross falsehood. Wo venture to
leave this question to be determined
by tho report of tho committoo of tho
Honso, which has just returned from
New Orleans, anil a majority wherocrf
arc leaders in tho Republican party.
Grant then gives bis view concern
ing tbo reoent outrage by Sheridan in
Now Orleans, but he prisluces nothing
with which wo were not already ao
quainted. This xirlion of tbo mes
sage touches tho only subject about
which ho ought to snid anything. It
is meagre in lis stntement of fuels,
and extremely feoblo in its argument!
of a vory bad case. Tho people will
not take Grant' version of tho mat
tor. They fully understand it, and
havo arrived at a very different con
clusion in regard to tho noccssity of
imiTMuruneo ny mo military with a leg-
nmtiMv nuvr mo
tho manner nf (llirV
(Jromwell and Nanolcon Ilnnanartn.
of wlioin (irant is vory faint and
i iH . i
The Prosiilrnt winds np by laying
all tbo hlamo f(ir tbo Ixtuiainns oom
pliMilions upon Conrrross boratiso It
did ntiV toll bim wlmtbo ouglit to do
about tho affairs of that Htato. i. I'rny,
why should CtiBttTras tell him Any
thinif In particular bont the sffaim
!'' "d TlConaUttttion
point out his duties hi such mallei's.
the sum tota) whoreuf ft, that a Presi
dent should , let tbe business of tbo
Htatue alone, and attend to his own
and if Grant will only heed II moni
tion he will find himsulf a great deal
better off one yoar hence than he is
likely to, if he keep on in his present
eonrso. ., ,' , . , , ,,
Tho concluding portion of this most
lame and impotent message satisfy us
that Grant is getting frightened. It.
opens in s boisterous tone, and taper
olf with a piteous wnih. vy, y. N.it. !
n i BOTTOM FACTS.-.''
The people should not lose sight of
tho main met wbtcb undorlio all the
disenssiou Uion. tbe subjeot of the
muiinry intortorrmce hy the President
in the organisation of the Lonisiana
I n.Iul.,!!...,. rM...c.. I....... .....I I: .1 . .1
..r,Hiiiiv. Aineiu uavtn, onuiujtaueu
beyond the possibility of ronlrodic
1lon, area follows: .
. The people of Louisiana, Laving
been (plundered of millions of dollars
by eormpt and reckless rnfers, in 1872,
elected by a combination of Republi
can and Domocrnts known, as the Fu
sion party, State government political,
cally opposed to the national Admin
istration. At tho request of his brother-in-law,
tbo notorious Casey, and the
carpet-baggers, (ion. (irant used Fed
eral bayonets to overthrow this gov
ernment and install In it plaoe polili
friends of the President, who had nev
er even protended that they had been
elected by tbe people. . The pretence
upon which (irant based his usurpa
tion was a midnight order issued by a
drunken Judge, which has boon pro
nounced illegal and and void by a Jto
publican committee of tho United
Stutea Sutiate, nnd the Judge himself
has been compiled lo resign to, avoid
impeachment for this very act.
1 1. The Kellogg government having
been kept in existence for two years
by tho unlawful uso of the military
(tower of the United States, during
which timo it plundered the peoplo
without morev, un election was held
1 (n fimem her hurt and a House of Rep-
I ..... .
rosoniauves naving a largo conserva
tive minority was elected. There is
no doubt of this ; the. records of the
urnrmnl r.ln.,ti,.n f.ffi....iH, .U i 1.
Lond all question. But tho eloction
were afterward fraudulently
altered by creatures of Rtdlogg in or
der to change tho political complexion
of the House, and, theso frauds failing
to effect the end derired, Federal !
troops were nnlawftilly employed by
onlem from Washington to break up
tire session of the legislature, for tho
purpose of keeping in office, a set of!
It: .1.: ... L L-.. I
minimum uiiuvca wnu nan oeon repu
diated by the peoplo at the polls. The
act was simply tho enforcement nf the
will of President Grant by an illegal
use nf Unitod States troops.
These are tbo simple facts in the
cafe, which tho people should continu
ally boar in mind. . If Grant can, un
der the Constitution, do what he ha
done, in Louisiana, he can do the same
in any other State upon equally fraud
ulent pretexts ; if he has the powtir
.to control the organisation of a legis
lature in Ijouisiana ho has an equal
right to send troops into tbo legisla
ture of any State where the people
have eloeted an oiqiosition majority,
and bundle out of their seats any mem
bers who do not choose to aekhowl.
edge Hint his will is superior to the
Constitution and the Inws.
.Moreover, the people should dis
tinctly understand that thoee mem
bers of Congress who uphold Grant
in thus Iratnllng upon the guaranteed
liberties of a State, and in so doing
maintain that he has a right to sup
press with tbe army the legislature of
any Mate 11 toe poiiues ol its mem.
bers do not suit hiin.jV. V. Sim.
VOW TP RAY DON'T.
Don't tell tbe littlo one, who may be
Btigniiy wiinui, mat "me uincK man
will come ont of the dark cellar and
carry it off if It does not mind." Don't
create a needless fear, to go with the
child through all tho stage ot its ex-
Don't tell tho littlo five-year-old Jim
my "the school ma am will cut off bis
ears," "pull out his teeth," tie him on."
or any of tho horrible stories that are
commonly presented to tho childish
imagination. Think yoa the little one
will believe anything yoa tell him after
no bos become acquainted wilji the
gentle teacher who has not the least
idea of patting those terrible threats
into elocution 7
Don't tell tho children they must not
drink tea because it will make them
black, whilo yon continue the nso of it
daily. Yonr example is more to them
than precept ; while your face is as fair
as a June morning, they will scarcely
credit the oft-told talo. Either give
op drinking tho pleasant bovenurx. or
give your children a better reason for
Don't tell the sick one that the med.
fcino is not bad to take, whon yoa can
hardly keep yonr own stomach from
turning "insido out" at tho smell of it.
Better by far tell him the simnle trtith.
that it is disagreeable, but necessary
for his health, that you desire him in
tako it at once. Ten to ono he will
swallow it with half tho trouble of
coaximr and worn- of words: and Lv
yoti better for a firm, decided manner.
Don t teach the children bv example
to tell white lies to each other and to
their neighbors. Guard liiwaod bridlo
your tongue If you desire to have the ..
coming generation truthf ul. i'rutbfuU
neas is one nf the foundation stones of
heaven. Remember the old, old book
says, "no liar" shall entor within the
gates of tho beautiful city. There is no
distinction between white litis and those
of a darker hue.
'I'nE Ktort or A Heal Skin Cloak.
Uho latest American tonrist in Kn
rope took a notion to buy a seal-skin
ciiiaK tor nis wtie. un nor.nng in ow
York it occurred to bim that it would
bd a fine piece of acting to avoid pay
ing the duty on it.. Accordingly be
ankt'd a female acquaintance on board
to put it on nnd wear it ashore as her
own. bho was only too bannv to ao-
commodato. Hhe wore it ashore ac
cordingly, but she omittod to moot the
gentleman afterward, and so the wifo
ui pruniuioiu manuiaoinrer ot ctpnng
fiold will have (o go without her seal
skin tins winter. It is sad vory...
A Clerical DirrERENCE. Notinanv
years ago there lived a sweep in n cer
tain Nomrrsclshiro vlllago, who had
niuH'iiievous ooys, una day tbe
boys insulted tho parish clergyman,
and tho anrrrv divine went to tbe fltth.
or, whom be accosted witlu . , . ,
' "What do you mUmd to do with
thnno boys of yours, John f" ." .' " '
' '"tyeii, sir," replied tbo sweep, with
a wiekod twinkle of tho eye, "there's
the oldest of 'em's a flno, sharp boy,
I'm gwyno to make a sweep o' ho.-.
But tbe youngest is a dull, stupid sort
o' lad. 1 don't mtlly know what I
oao lo wi; ho, "copt I wake a parson
I Simple Plak o Ventilation The
following simple method of ventilating
ordinary slocplnff and dwelling rooms
is recommentlud by H in ton in iu
"Phrsiuloirv for Practical Una- A
plrt-s of wood, three Inches high and
""'K ' oroauui oi ure
ln,l0.w. be- prepared. - Let the
innnn i mi now
raised, the alln of wwt
plscrw) nn tbo sill, nnd the suh H rar
closely upon It. If the slip has boon
wHI fittod, iIm m will he no rtrnf, in
conseatience of Its dlmlaecmmit nf ik
sash at 1U k.woi iart , but the Up of
,""rr"" iu owenap tne Bottom
of tho minor ont and botwoon tliq bars
perpendicular curreut of sJrmnd en
Uas draft will eMeraadlMVwtbe room.
u r J!' ,
C O M P A N Y.
HX unJnralgned, leceoaeora to BEKD A
P0WKLL. bora nnrehaaod the CLKAR-
KLD PLANINU MILL, and refitted H for
doing aa eatenelr. baiin.aa. AU th. auehiaery
moot complete ctabiiibmeate ol th. kind la tb.
State. The. ar. aow pr.pand to reoelre ordara
for aay work ia that Una. I he; will gte.epialal
atl.ntlon to all atatariala for aouoa baildtag.
b r rtmo 'a
lj WUifl 170,
Of ALL BTYLKH, nlwnjre on nsnd. , j
WOKKPD BOARBfl, and all articles necessa
ry fr tralldioe;, will be embanked for DHY
Ll'MBKR, so that persons nt m dlstnnee may
brief their lumber, each en re It for, and return
home with tbe manuhtcturcd srilclri, '
The Company will always havo on hand a larje
slock of dry lumber, so as U be able to fill an
order oa the shortest not ice. Only the best and
most skillful hands, will be employed ao that (bo
public may rely upon good work.
Lumber will be worked or sold as low as It ta
he nurehneed Anywhere, and warranted te giro
satisfaotien. As the bus) sees will be done upon
the eesh principle we ean Afford te work for small
prufli. i, .
DRY LUMBR i WANTED! ;
B pee tally one and e-tatf and two Inch panel
luff, fer which a liberal price will be paid. .
Tho buxiotss will be conducted under tbe aame
"Clearfield Planing Mill Co."
M. (I. Brown will pertonatly ennerinlend tho
Onleri ie.p.t folly aolieitod.
M. a II ROW 5 t UR0.
Clearfield, Pa., January , 1(74. ;
r.r brought to the county, Ire being reeeirod at
the Hardware Eilabliahmeot of H. K WliLkiM
4k CO., eompriiing tbo foltowlog Cook Stove :
KATIONAL RANGE. AC. AC. ,
Ale., the following Heating Stoves t
SPEAR'S ANTI CLINKER,
SPEAR'S ANTI DUST.
' SPEAR'S ORBICULAR,
SPEAR'S PARLOR COOK,
RUBY' " , - '
CHESTER EGG,' ' "
. . PBOENIX,
HEAVY BAR ROOM AND STORE
ROOM STOVES, AC,
Chtarteld. Sept. IS, Hit.
FARMING v IMPLEMENTS
r0R SALE BT
II. F. Blgler A Co.
I ROM DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS.
WOOD DOUBLE 8H0VEL PLOWS.",
WOOD SIXULB-SBOVBL PLOWS.' 1 ' 1
IRON CULTIVATORS. . . '
r WOOD CULTIVATORS.
O0WANDA A.IR0W BEAM PLOWS.
PITTSBl'ga STEEL PLOWS.
' HAD PI'S BBLLErONTI PLOWS.
t ROBESON'S aad THOMPSON'S PLOWS.
M-Skare. for alt ot tba above Plowa ana.
InaUy on band. . my2-7S
T. A. FLECK & CO.,
Havo anw aa band, aad oew dalle ceMtetow o.
ditiowa tb.r.t.. a larre and well eeleeted eioeh.
jnat freak from Ik. manafnotarm, of
Dreoe Oooda, Dry floedi, BITto, Hala, Hoaaa te
VI. badlea' Cap, beanie, Weterproofi, La-
oieo- rur topi, ueir -Mooei, weair rar
ai.hlng dooda, nhlrta. Ulovoa, lloea,
Overalli, Lnmberaaoa'a Pinnae!,
'.' Ladlee Uaderwuar, Colfi, .
' 1 Conira.Uandb.rchlifii,
CIIIRBREN S UNDERWEAR AND WRITE
and Soana, Balmoral Skirta. Hit
down, Blocking!, af every eiee, rarloty aad ootutr.
noiioaa, iTimmiuaaae renoy uoooli almoat
aoi..a vamly. , . ,
N. E.-WE BUY JOE CABU AND SELL
O. 1. c.
TTTHERE to bay my DRY HOODS, RO-
V T oer lea, (taoenawan, Ulamwara, Drag.
N.llonj, Carnlleairwa, Aa, cheep for eaab.
Tba inbaarrbac nwga man la infirm hie .Id aad
a.w ...tom.ri that b. aa. apiaad
A VARIETY BT0RE ,
I OI.EII ROPE, FA.
Aod will toll gooda al arloaa to nil the Umen. A
iiom-m roaaeooa wtu be ataa.
ing at wbolnial. :. ,
C.1I aad etamlea mv rtoek before parekaalag
el lew here. A liberal altar ef public palraaace la
0. i. KRAUT."
dire Hop, Pa., Jena It, UI1.
JJ F. BIGLER S CCS
I " , '-; V- '.
MECnAKlOr HARDWARE, ., .
j. LOMBERMirs BARDWARE,
PAINTS, OILS, VARRIBBES,
May 11, 11)1. . .
LUhtllER CITV. PA.
Th. aedrelrned aaaoaaM. to hi. old
aad patroai that ha kaa opened a good lino ol
UROCKHIKS A PROVISIONS al lb. .Id atond
of Rlrk A Sjienner, ror which he aeUalti a Hberal
palnaagv, ff. W. SPEMCBH,
ammnov citr, ra., Harnk le.tf. , ,
8AVV8I 8AW8I 8AW8!
DMIAN CB0M 0UT. MILL, DRAO AND
- CIRCCLAB HAWS.
Boyntot's Ug&tuiog Oron-oot Bw.
PATENT PERFORATED I ELECTRIC SAWS,
Fot.ar. if 1 '
i tit,t " . a. t. mm t co. '.
.'... ..'L ...
H. F. BIGLER & CO,
31 Ait d Wake ,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
ARMING IMPLEMENTS of all
' ktndi for lata by
. P. BIGLER A CO,
for lale t. jr
H. P. BIGLER 4 CO.
Qlh, PAINT, PUTTY, GLASS
, . I. Nalli, au for aula by . u
1 H. f. BIGLER A CO. '
JJAUNKSS TKIM1I1NGS & SHOE
4 , ' rtadlnge, for anln by
' H P. BIGLER A CO. '
QTJNS, PISTOLS SWORD CANES
' lot aal. by .
H. r. BIGLER A CO
gTOVKS, OF ALL SORTS AND
" Slaea, for tal by -
H. F. BIGLER A CO ,
JRON1 "'IRON! IRON l" IRON I
for aale by
r: " " u:r: iiiolek a co:
IIORSR SHOES A HORSP. SHOE
NAILS, for alio by
- H. F HfOl.KU A CO
pULLEV BLOCKS, ALL SIZES
Aad boat ataaafaetara, fr lata by
II P. 810 LEB C(.
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE
x . ....
. BOXES, for aale by
. H. F lirOLEIl A TO
RODDER CUTTEIW-for snlo by
SCB30.7D H. F. I1IOI.ER A CO.
FREK mOM ALCOHOL.
V I N E (i A H BITTKR8
Dr. J. Walker's California Vlnrgar Hitters are
a purelj Veuhle pfvpsretion, tnaie ulilefl
frcn the Dative her bp found oa th lower rae.
of tbe fiterre. Nevada Mountains of t'sliforuia,
tbo medicine, propvr'lee of birb are eitraeted
tberelrei without the ue of Aleohol. Thequs-
tiua li almost daiie asked, "Whet Is ttie mum of
tbe unparalleled luenwi of Vivensu BirTKPhf
Oar answer te, that tby reuiorp the raie of dis
ease, sod ibo pativnt reevere his health. They
are tbe jrreett btwod purirlor and Itfe (tiring
prtarlptt, a perffwt Heuovator and inrirator
of Ike iTitcm, Never before ta the hiftnry of
tbe world bas a Mwlielne hern oonpeunded pue
eeeeiu the reaierkeblB qusliliee of ViKsnsu HtT
tbm In healtnit tbe sink ef rrj dlsrane man is
bHr to. Tbey are a irnlle Purj-tire as weH a
a Tonto. rellovtei UoniteiHiqii or InAafnraatirB of
tbe Lirer aad Werwrel Orcaus, (n Bilious hil
The properties of Dr. WalVer'i Vinegar Bit
ters are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nu-trit-TOue,
laaiatire, IHurrttc, gtilaliro, Cnuoter
(rrltaat, SuiloriBe, Alteratlre, aad Aml.B.lious.
Oratoful thousands proelaiai ViH-rar Kilter
the Moot womerful UtTimraat that ovr sustain-
ed the stnkias sjsteei. ,
eaa tako thena Bitlera aoeonlinr to
wireeeione mnn rvmniu long unwell, prorliled tbeir
koaM ate no deetreyod by mineral poiana or
ataor mean, and vital orgnae.
Billoaa, rUalu.nl and lat.rmlltonl Fevere,
whioh are a prevalent In tbo .alleya of onr great
river, throughout the Vnited Statel, elpecially
thoM af tko Mliiiaeippi, Ohio, Minourl, llllnoii.
Teoouoea, Cumberlamd, Arknneaa, Red, Cotorw
do, Braiofe Mie llrnnde. Pearl, Alabama, Mobile,
Savannah, Roinoke, Jamea, aod many olbera,
with tbclr van tributarlee, throughout onr entire
country doriog tho Summer end Autumn, nnd
remarkably ao daring eeaeool of an. rail beat
and dryneaa, are Invariably accompanied by i.
tonalv. derangement, ef tbo .lomach nnd liver,
aad ather abdominal riioera. Intbeir trontmenl
a purgaliv., alerting a powerrhl io9urnoe apon
theea varloaa organ., la ..aentlally neoeianry.
There ia nn eatbartie fnr the purpoae eoual to Dr.
J. Waller'. Vinegar Hllteri, ai they will ereedll,
remov. th. dark eolored viae id matter with whioh
the boweli are loaded, at the aame time atimulat.
lag tbe amrotloai nf the liver, and generally re
torlng the beallbj funclioai of the dicritivi
Fortify the body ngalnet diieaie hy purlfing
all ill Soldi nllh Vinegar Biltera. No epiitoaai.
ean taha bold of a lyilam thua fore aimrtl. .
Dyipapeia ar ladigeetioa, Headnobe, Para la
tba Sb.ald.ea, Coagha, Tigbtae.1 of tba Cbect,
Diiaineta, Sew Krnctionn af tbe Slomaek, Dud
Tail, ia lb. hteulk, ililiou. Altooha, Palpitation
of tbo Haart, lalammatloa e( th. Lang., Pnln
in Ik. region af th. Kldn.ye.ead a baadrrd
'v paiaXul aymplom am ta. arrpriaga al
Dyipapiia. On. bull la will prove n better gunr
eoto. of ita mavita tana a leaglhy adveetlMnaenl.
Scrofula, ar King'i Evil, Whit. Sw.lllngi, V.
cm., Ery.inolaa, Hoelled Neok, Qoltre, Sereftt.
tone InaammeUona, Neroarial aflloo., Old
Korea, ErnpUeaa of the Skia, Sere Byri, .te. In
oveen, aa in all nlhef woaillt.tlonal dieeaaee,
Walher'a Vlaegnr Bitter kave ihowu their great
oral ire power. In ihe mort obetiaate and la
Foe laaaamatory nnd Chronic Rheamutlem.
float, Bllioaii, Remiltcntand Inlnrnltleal Kevera,
Dieoaoaa of th. Blood, Liver, kidnev. aad the
Bladder, tail. Bitten have a. Co ml ' Sack Ilia,
aaaea are aaamd br Vitiated Blond.
Mecbaalral Dleaiiei. Pcnona engaged la
Palnta aad Mlaerali, rack aa Plumoera, Typ..
eeture, Uold-bentora bud Mlnera, na they advance
In life, ar rabjeex t. parelyile nf the Bowele.
To gaard agniaal thin, uha a doe. af H alter
Vlavgar Bitlera aneiiionnlly.
Pot Skta Dieeaaei, Eruption!, Teller, Salt
Rkenm, Beotebea, Spota, Pimple., Puilulee, Iloila,
Carbaneloe, Ring worm!, Scald head Bora Ryee,
Eryilpelna, 1Mb. Scnrfe. Diaeoloraileae nf ia.
Skin, Humeri aad Dimaaaa .f lb. Shia of what.
ever aame or aalare, are literally dug up and
carried awl of tb. eyiteta la a ebon lime by the
ei wn niiiere.
Pla, Ten. and other Worm., lattice In tbe
yitem .f a. many thnaaaade, ar. egrrtanlly de
stroyed aad taneured. Ma ayitem nf medleiie.
an vermilugea, aa enthelminlitei will free tb.
yit.m from wormi Ilk. thee. Bitten.
For Female Comnleinte. in vuui. a. aM.
ried er .Ingle, nt Ihe dewn of womenhood or the
turn of lite, thoee T,.nl. Bitten ditplay an de
cided a ialuoao that Improvement II conn per
Cleaaaath Vitiated MA v.... - j
Ito impwrltlei baratiag tkraagh the ikla In Plm
plaa, krnptleai, or Sera, i aleaoaa It weea yoa
nd It obitrnoted aed .I...I.U I. ..... .
emaoM II whea It ia foal your feeling! will tell
yoa whoa. Kern the blood pan, and lb. heel lb
ef Ik. nyatam Will fellow.
. R. it, Mcdonald a co.,
Drngglrto aad 8.a. Agfa., Sea Fraeel.cn, Oetl
forala, and eoraar .f Waihlagtoa aad Charleoa
ItreeU, New Torb. (.Id hy all Drugglete aad
DealaM i . aevt 71
BTRtlMENTSI Orreal. both new .nd
eooad bead, at taa Manna Stor, napoelt. UaUek'a
Farallarr Slara. . AU normal lament! d ar iavi-
end to aall aad elnmln. a aew Myle ef Organ aaw
a eiMklHe. Sheet Mail, aad Marie Boob
ewaereaiiyaa uue. nplld-Tttf
"''11 Li J' '!""''''
(Cor. ef Marhoa A front itreeU,)
Tho uaderilgued having taken obargb af tfala
Hotel, would reiMMtfolly eoliell nnblie patroaage
Janl'75 . U. R. FULLEKTON?
J , (Near the Rellmad Unpet,)
' A .hero af public palroaago la rail
ipeotfully a a
W, Prop r.
4;16't4 . B. HO
NEW WARH1NUTON, PA.
Thla new and well fnrniabed hoaia boa beoa
tahen by the underilgned. H. f..li acafldial of
being abl. to render intlifaelloB to tboaa wbo mar
r.viir kin. allk - ..11 -
May a, 1871.
ii Opposite tbo Court House, "' '
LOCK HAVKN, PK.NN'A.
HAI HEAL A KR0M, Pr-p's.
UKI.LKPONTH, PA., 11
; ' D. JOHNSTON 4 IONS,
HaTI Prophet re.
T 0Y1 J1UU8K, j: r.
J J Maiu Straet.
PHILIlUUHU, PKNN'A. '
Tahle altrari supplied tsiia tlte best tbe Market
affurdi. Tue tl-vulinj puJi Is iavMed toeall.
butI73. KUiiiiHT LOVU.
THE MANSION HOUSE.
Corner of hoeood and Market Strctl,
THIS old aad tommodloaa Hotel bai. daring
tb. pait year, been aalarged te doable lla
lorm.r oapaolly for the muruinmenl of .tree
ger. and goeata. Tb. whol. building kaa beea
refurniibod, and th. proprietor will apare no
palna lo render bit goeite aomfortabla wblU
laviae with him.
Arii. 'Maniloa Ilonao" Omnlbna raaa lo
end from tho Depot oa the arrival aad dopartere
ofoeebtrelo. JOHN DOL'OHKhTY,
NEWTON READ, Puoraiaroa. '
Havia become proprietor of thla Motel, I
would r protfully aolirit tbe patronage ef tba
pnhlie. Ilooao Uaiantly and eonvenl.ntly elt
uelrd ; newly relltted and refurnl.hed ; good aam
ple rem. attached. All railroad train! Hon al
J. M. BTEWABT, D. D. S.,
OBe near Irwtn'i Drug Stare,
All d.ntal oparetlonl. either In tbe mechanlonl
or operative branch, promptly attended to aad
aatlalaotioa guaraateed. Spoeiel attentioa paid
to tbo treatment of dieeeiee af tbe aataral tooth,
gumi aod month. Irregwlurity f th. te.lh ann
eeiirullyeorrected. Teeth ex I reeled wllboutpaln
by the uee of Klber, and nrtiBoial loetb Inaertod
of tbe beat material and warranted to render eat
p. aa.r.n. a. w. aaaoi.a. J. a. innoi.
F.K. ARNOLD ft. CO.,
Itnnkorn and Broken,
Reynold.vlllc, Jeaemoa Co Pa,
Money rac.ived aa depoalt. Dlieonnta nt mo -derate
ratea. Eaetera and Foreign Bxebeng. nl
wave no hand and eolleeliona promptly made.
ReynoLlaville, Deo. I, ISfd.-ly
County National Bank,
OF CLEARFIHLD, PA. '
K00M in Meionie Building, nne door north of
C. D. Walmn'a Drug Store.
1'iiiege Ticarta to and from Liverpool, Qneena.
bown, till. gnw, London, Peril nnd Copenhegea.
Aleo, Draft! for .ale on the RovaJ Banh of Irel.n.-
nnd Imperlnl fienh of London.
JAMfcH T. LKONAHD, Prae't.
W. M. SnAVt', Caihier. tl.-l:T
J. D. M'Oirh. Edward PeTkaT
BANKING t COLLECTION HOUSE
McGirk & perks.
Successors to TotUt, Perks, k Co
Phlllpobure;, Uentrw County, Pa.
Wit EH a. all tbe builneei ef e banking Betj
wilt eo traneaeted protapllT and upon tl
tneit faronwte tarasa. esarT-tf
DREXEL & CO.,
. SI KoHth Third fltl-cwt, Fhlladelphla
And Dealers in Government Securities.
Application by nail will roeetre prompt attea
tion, and all fuforuatios, ebeerfuily furmished
Orders solietfd. April U-tf.
The Lightning Tamer.
THE aad.rilga.d ar. tk. aula Ageeta (a Ikla
enonty fortko"Nortk Amerlcaa Oalvaaiied
LlllHTNINO RODS." Thea ar the only aaf.
rod i wow ia ace. aad er eadoraed by all lb.
ecientifle men ia tb. eoeatry.
W. hereby notify the ciUieal af tb. annnly
ibat w. will put tb.m up a batter rod, aad fer
lei. moboy, thaa ta aharged by th. foroiga
ag.au wbo aaanally travora. tba ..unty aad
arry of r HtU. eaak, aaver to rabira.
.EXCOUKAGE HOME LABOR.
Thoa. wiihlag Llgbulng Rode .reeled .a
tb.ir bnildinga aeod bat addraaa aa by letter, at
call ia per.oa. Wa will pat them ap aaywher.
la tbecouaty, and warrant Ibnm. The Rodi aad
Fiatnraa .an ba loco at aay lima by .ailing nl
oar Here. H. F. RIOLER A CO.
Olearteld, hi err b 1. lStA.tl
DEALER IS :
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STREET, NEAR P.O.
The underelgnnd beg. leave to laferm tb. dtl
aaaa of Clearlcld, and tho pablle gonernlly, that
ba bu on hand a fine aaaertmeat f Furniture,
cm-h aa Walnut. Cheelnat and Painted Chamber
Holtri, Parlor Soileo, Reclining and Eitemioi
vnein, i.aoter ana uenta Keiy I'eetra, lae rrr.
foraled Dining nad Parlor Chaira, Cana Heatiaad
windmr uaairi, Clothe. Hare, stim nnd Kitin.
.ion Ladder., lint Racha, SorabbLng Brueheo, da
MOULDINO AND PICTURE FRAMES,
Looking Glome, Cbromoa, Ac, wkiek would to
eoitabie for Uetieey pmeente.
dealO 71 JOHN THOl'TMAN.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS & STATJOSER F.
Market Ut., CEcarfleld, (at tho poet OtBte.)
rpilB dersl(rned bef e leave teaaaouarete
1 thoeUiseaevf Claarleld and Tieraiiy, list
he bas Itted up room aad has jeit returned
from the!.; wltb largo aaeaatef roadisg
atter, coasUtlag In part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blank, Account aad Pass Boob of every de
eeriptloa Paper and Bavelopot. Ireaeh prK
and plain l Pent aad Peaeils Biaab. Uel
Ptepers, leeds, Mortaffat Jadfaeat, Xaestp
tioa aod Preaalesort aolee i WbiU and Pankj
sent Brief, Lf al Cap. Record Cap, and Bill Cap.
Sheet, Mnslefor eltbsr Pleue, Plule or VlelU
eooeuatlp oa band. Aay boofea or suttaasry
desired tbat I tuaj aet bare oa baud, will be er
ordered bj Irst e sprees, aad told at aheleseie
or reull to suit easters. I will also keep
4 periodical literature, saeb as M afstiees, Tttwt.
pepers, o. p. a, ttAULl.
CIsarAeld Map T, IMLtf
Tbe anoVrs.ffBfd are aow fblle prepared te
arrv a be busiaees of
AT REAB9NARLE RATES,
And reipeetlatly aollelt tbo patronage af thee
needing inch eervleee. .
. , , JOHN TEOt'TMAN,
JAMES L. LEAVY.
Clenrteld, Pa., Feb. IS, 174.
Tb aadariiawed I. ow arenaied an teealeb
tbe public wiUi na .iMll.at ,aalit, f .
Bellefonts Wotjd-Bunied Lime,
fnr plaatoriag enrneeeo, by eke targe r amaN '
oeaotily. ua a feud tor tk proMtl at Pie',
aew building, Market atraci,
-""L . H"LLOl!OH.
WA KTKD -By the Olearneld Be".
Mlator Oaal BooAl Oaaapaay, Wood far
, l,l CANT BOOK HANDLES, '
afbart aaaHty bard Soger, ,ih te ana." tar I.
IWmallo. Inquire at the I. boon nad Berne Sue
'f 0""t'l1 ALEX. WATSON.