Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, March 31, 1875, Image 3
THE REPUBLICAN. CLKA KKIKLl)" lA . U'EUNKSUAV MORNING, MARCH 31, IttTo. lArmi m Niinvrrintnn ir...iu..j .l- II .ld afar lb. ..pirntloa of .1, ...lb. ... 00 "lfiri. 8, M. I'BTTKNoitl. A Co., Num. paiier Adve-tliinc Anni. 117 Perk How. eurner ileektaan 'Strrrt, art our duly authorised Agent In New York Oily. i.i.K.intjR hotici:. Met 4 Ut Hptacopal Church Bar. A. D. Vo. i'M, i' ftir. Public Service every Sabbath it l, A ., and TJ I. M. Siibbat i elioot a t) A. M. Prayor , etieg every Thursday, at 14 P. M. Catan it Im Harriot, flrat Sabbath af ovary won lb, ut OJ A.M. Hecb) tei leu Cliurrh ltev. 11. H. BtTi.ka. SiihliAtb servieea morning and evening Sab bath Sohuol at J 4. M.-Prayer Meeting Wednea. day evening. . ,.'.. Ht. frauds' 'hiircH('athollrHev. P, J. HHrmniS. Wm at lu o'clock A. M., on tho Aral, third ai.d lourih Suodajs of rich month. OE-t-H I AI, IIKi;tTHlV. I. MR (r aOLDUffl bjUAKTKB RKMlOXl rot'BV. H ond Munday of January. lira Jnnudi) i .narcu. Vutt Monday af June. Fourth Monday uf September. timb or boldisq routtov ri.:i. First Monday of J una. Hceoud Monday of November. n bmc orrircHh I'rrtiJtHt fitiWllon. Charles A. Mayer, of Look Ha van . A tt ittnttt l.r arWy Hon. John II. Orris, uf llr Ik-run la. Atneiatt Jntlytt William C. Foley, Clearfield j John J. Haad, t'urwen-illc. frolkomalart Kli Bloom. Hqitr ana JVecord-!.. J. Murgnn. Jti.triet Atiorntjf r'ratik Fielding. Trtawtr David W. Wise. Skttiff William It. Md'heraon. Cnnntg Srtftr-Hnmocl Y. McClokfl(r, Cur irrnaville. Vihi$ Vommiiuti Julin D. Tliumpanu. Curwdiifvillo ; Clark Drown, Clearfield ; Cunrad W. Kylcr, Orbiuton. lnnty Attrition Jmr-a II. Ilitf, La in tier City; Lewis ( llloi.m, Cteirflrld; llrnry Uhin-hfad, Union townnbiu. Jttry 6owi'iuacra John . Sliugnrt, Juuirf alitrbvll, CUtrHnd. SupertHttttdttit a I'tihUc SrkooU Jubn A. flroxnry, Clcnrflt ld. A'ulariat t'uMie Jobn W. Wrigley, Wm. Ha dfbaugb, Cyrna L. Uordon. Clfartield; Jiniah Evnni, Joa. H. Irwin, N. E. Arnold, CurtarnariHa; J. J, Li ogle, Kimnet 8ari, Oaerala Millaj John atno Hamilton, Lutbarrbnrf. - Tho tront fishing Ronwrn conimcnoefi on I he fint uf April. J. II. Lytic keeps on hand mx of the bt branda of Flour. m a- a i Try the Jtork Cundy Drips Htrictly pure at J. II. Ljtle'a - --. - Mr. Auron IiikJoii. formerly of LutbornburK, bai opened a war bit ah op In Hryo oldri:. Ho li J I tba lUrali. Kntkhi'hizk. "An nriinnl Mory" will liroak out in tbe llcynoldivillo Arorf nest wrvk. Like tli tal rctna la that vicinity, I brat literary production! will b tnrxhauilible and dci-p. Kboiishur people will vote on tho Waltr Work (juration oa (ba lOtbuf ncit month. It li tboaght lb prujccl will be defautcd. Walrr la "too thin" to the arerago filiirn of that jdaca for a itnndard drink. The Philip-dnii'ir Journal eny tliul Kx-PhchlF Edward Pcrka, of I'lillipalmrg, tnkei charge of I he DiockcrbblT IIoupc, In DellrfcDlc, on the lit of April. We have no doubt lul that he will make a No. 1 landlord. "A Williainftport Ittrty wtys the linivn arc be liyt to at ilio n compelled le nuy very rmau ihoei," i'jr. proaunie iho would do that anyhow. It is a fault they oil have, h'ykt and br. - At Home. The United Stittea Kcii- utr a'ljourocd ifaa nV ou Wodntiday lait. after a I ihrce wcttk'a extra attiion. Senator Wallace re turned borne on Friday, and be will be pleased to eo hi friendi during the Mummer vacation. I.Utheivhlirnnd Vicinity iHHIltVenn! from a atretic scourge. Aa many aa five children i in one lawliy have uevn down at once, uoou mming and sbapsaflaii tea have thu far saved nil (he little folki from any serious results. SiioiDR in PaisoM. Lewis Korwtot- tcr committed suicide by banging hinmlfiathe county jail or Bnyder eonnly on Hatnrday a week, lie) had been scBlenoed to tlx Months' imprison ment at tho December term of Court for tho crime of audultery. ii i a I'iiehkrvr It. Wo hint week ptih- liibed ft eotnplute list of (he names of (ha Conita bli in this county for together with the po it office adrril. If Attornlel, Juiticca aad business men, will clip ibe list and paste It up In their offices, they nf-d not annoy aajtody by niking who they are and where they lire. A Kkw Opkmino. Wo lonrn thut Sheriff McPherion and Constable MoClollan have been furniibing the editor uf tba TVamwilb some copy the past week bearing upon the jail question. Hueh in ahtt corps of writer!, nelsted by the truthful "Junius," must make the TVatss decidedly aplny in the future. m ai - The Count y Huperintkkdkncy. The tri ennial atintcst for the election of a County tiupsrintendent of, Common 8chools Is approaeb Ing. and it will be noticed by a card In our "Sselai" column that Mr. Urcgory's tnends are at work. Whether there are any others who will submit their names to the convention of Directors, which meets la May Beit, we buow not. . - m a - .Mr. l'eter Collinn, ft well known and mpeeled eitiien of Cambria county, died at his boms In Kbcniburg oa Monday a week, aged years. Mr. ColliM waa tba father or Messrs. Philip, Thomas and Peter F. Collins, and was justly esteemed by all the neighbors and by a largo acquaintance throughout all thnt leelka of the Stale. tteynoldrivillo had a fire on Snndiiy night a week. It broke out about 3 o'clock in a large tenant boute, owned by Dr. Boylee, and occupied by three fniailiei, who barely eMaped with their lirei. The emeniive oa loners or the wcathor at Ibe time savrd from destruction a large amount of property. The origin or the Ire 4ft a mystery. ,m t m h TriR In Buhinisb. The city ut bor i ties of Look Haven have for a week past ecu busily cngnged l cutting and shoving iht Ice of ibe dam ftt that place, so at to prevent a gorge when the "break up" period arrive!. The Ice is cut In pieces and shoved over ths dam, leaf, irig no wbatruetloB In the channel or toa np-rtvsr gorges when they pas down. jMTHBllARNrKti.-ltwillbcolin'od Ky his card la ibia tN that oar youag frli-ad, Dr. K. M. Thnmpion, has eommrneed buslnes! la Curwcnsvillc. II recently graduated with high honors at one af ibe beet denial schools In the Veiled States, and being an industrious and up- rlsht roans viftn, faa deserves Hbersl share of patronage. Snnocia lo you, Kd. e I'ropkrly DinTURBgn. The editor of Ibe Philipibarg Journal, although well versed in his profcsilon, aecms fto bcpoiiled at the coarse pursued by the Tim- man and his reforming staff. In hi i-iuo of ftaturdny last he remftiks : "It Is nothing Id which we are Interested be yond the d.ilre to tee journalism preserve a healthy tone, but does the editor uf the Corweoi villa fMr ibinb be II covering himself with glory by wilting iotb article aii lait one ths goose quealiow." m e a Tint Ukkbt Hold. -The valnnhle property whitk baft been froaaeatly advertised In thH columns the past year, hacen as the Derby Coal Compftay," was finally acid at the March term or Court; y Bhciiff MrPberson, for the sum of ,. This Is the largest Sheriff 'a ale ever maJu la tbil nttoty. Tbc property was pnrehsscd by Mr. J. . Caasanova, who we andar laftd prnpotei to oerato the collieries to their tail tiuot, besldfw making a a umber of Iff ttntolngt ha dlfleroat loealitiea. 1Iarpilr Thia pojmlar monthly Migaiinc offers fresh attrai lions to all olaaaes of rd.r. It bbtna with a beaulllul narraiive uy MIn Cvaslauea F. Weolwn of m !ummer tour tnong the mounlalns of JSorlh tarolioa. An arlirie by K. Maeoa ow "Angelica Kuflmsa," illuilraled hy some of lliat artut's finest etrhingi. Thehiilb Paper of tho First Centary fVries is ciinmt.uted bt Ba. D. A. Wells. A novel feature ii Ibe Hoa. H. a. Cox' paper oa "America Humor,'' which te eharaclet lalieally Illustrated. Jaiaes Parioa eootiaues bis teriea of papers oa "Caricature," dealing this month with the "Carl il are of ibe Kelvrmation." The "Kaiy Chair' recurs to Ibe moral ad Jefferson's Yi t oo WinkU, and ekats i aebaraeteriitie tela abeal the Ure l He Memoirs, He, Valentine's day, and the tin eerily of true eoarleiy. The "Sclent lie Heeord" is very comprehensive -ta He leaamary of telea tiHe progress, and the '"Dea war ' evnlalna some hitaerlo unnabliibrd anecdotes of President Lin coln. Harper It ret here, publlrber, New York I City. COURT PSOCCCOlNQt. W copy the following proceedings of our Court, in relation to road Blatters, At., from let week's Issue of (ho Jomrttnt ; ' rtTITIOMS. For ft public road from Anils' burn, tu intersect Clearfield and Curwc nevllle pike at or Bear turn pike bridge on Hid road, In Lawrenoe luwiiebip. Viewers John L. Cull.. l)nll Wrlob. Jii nniiir. For a public road from libaek run. in Law , 'p'. mVc'"".' ' " P I Pur a public road from termination f road lending from Jaokiun Lunc'i Ui Du Hula Station . ,0 turnpibe at or near Klijab Athenlelier's, is Uradr luwoibin. lewara John L. Cutlla. lira. uflii. Ainu ib ii. i.uiner. For a tiuulie mad fruin at or nnr Povdar'a lot. to road at or nair Uoodlvllow'a tA, in Lawn-no tnwnpbin. V if wtra Aaron C Talc, Clark uruwn, win. u, Ulglar 1-ora Itiiblta road itnmlv and vacilr from R. hliaw'a k riit. oi i II to Jobn Smith' on bank of tho rtvrr, in Lawrvnco towntbip. Viawcra Jai, miourii, nanry jucau, Aitraui iiuoipurfy. J'o vai-ata and tupply part of road from R. Mc batTry'a aaw-mill, iu Udl townibip, to Rithcl't criet-mill, ia llrady townabip. Vuwcri Jamei Mttoball, Jamei UehalTcr, J. W. Caini.t-ll. To vacate and aupply part of road from Jobn Hchoaa rarn to John Williama farm, near rat- teraon achool houac, in Jordan townabip. View er Jobn McCord, Joa. Pattcraou, Kara Young. To racat and lupphr part of road leading frwn T. A. McUrt'a raw will lo point at or it car Hill man'i rook. In bell townabip. Viewer--T. W, Mourr, John Urll, David AloCrackrn. To review, vacate and eupiily part of road from near F. Knarr'a to road nor ill or D. Ream 'a iiv. mill, la II rait y townaliln. lowera 8. il. Kuut II. Win carJ. I. Heatni. For a private road from irnbUc roaa Iradlne- to 1'cnnfli-ld, at or near I'aradiae, to tho reildenaa of uco. w. toiaer, in lawrcnoe tuworhin. Vlrwen 1 U..I..I I. W v t . . mwiiiKi, , r. IWUII, it. It, l UIMO. Towsmir ii b. I'clitloa to change townibip line between (lirard and Covington townabip. Viawcra Jaa. Mitchell, f :io. 11. Forcay Jainea Htewart. Coir I nit Rl AHOLUTKLV. A publio road from near J. II. Anderaun'a to near Jackion Lanich'a, in Pike townabip. A puMlo road Iron near ibe niuuth of Heath run to H'lnlerburn Station oa A. V. Railroad, In Hue ton town b I p. A publio road from Cbentervllle to a bo re Htelnor'a bill, in Decatur townibip, A public road from at or near end of H. Ilcu 'a lane lo near Alex. Bloom', in Knox townibip. A pnldie mad from Thouiai Aibnrofta lo Oaceola borough line, in Decatur townibip. A puhlle road from upper bridec aoroii Ander- ann crwk to Bridgeport, in Pike townibip. To varate and upply road from Uertuan aolinol housa to Dry Hollow, in Morrla towmhin. To vacate and upply road from Milchell road to brick-yard, In Lawrence townibip. To varate and aupply road from H. Kerna' lot, la Pike townibip, to but atrtet.in Curwcnaville. To vacate road from Tbomaa Humphrey'! to noocn uweoa , in riae lowmnm. To vacate road from P. Jirady'a coal -hank to uraturia bridge road, ia Lawrence tuwnihip. To vacate road from near Uiae 11 all to Krphnrt'i nin, ip nuKgi lowninip, A privoto road from near Jobn Dellavea'a to near Hanner Ridge eobool-buuse, in Bell townabip. A private rial fnm Rre clay mine road to Lrio turnpike' la Btigga townrbip. coSTisian. Peliliua for road from near end of Suyder'i lane to near Jaa. R. Hlouin'a, in Knox townabip. Petition for a bridge acroaa Little Cleailitl.l creek, at mouth. 11! at ii or Yoiko Plummkr ) lart woik chronlrlcd lb the accidental death of Milliard F. Plutnoicr, at Tyrone. The Htm Id of Saturday lail, In alluding to the aad ereol, aava: "On Tucalay morning of thia week, at about 8 o'clock, be waa at hla pott In the yard lo Knit Tyrone, coupling aud uncoupling can at tie dutica of hii position required, when the accident occurred. No one aaw bin, bat Ia uppoted that be waa crouched under aoioa projecting boardi from a Inadod lumber ear, and resting on the bumper of raid ear aud a coal dump, Ibe Iwo bring connected by a three-link coupling. The train waa not log backward! rrry slowly, which of eourte would cauie the dead wood i of the can to be closed. The engine Blank ing up a little, the can parted aa much at Ibe coupling would allow, wjien, It la thought, the unfurl on ale young man dropped to the track be the cars. Ui uealh Ibe wheel! of one of the cara he was dragged soma fifty fact before be was discovered. The lower part of bia bodj waa bor riblj nianglrd, Ibe left leg being eruabed from the body lo the knee, the right one lorn from the Ibe body entirely, besldei othor euta and bruiaei. His left arm wai broken, but lave a alight scratch or two on the upper portioa of the body and Taoe were not Injured, lie was immediately lifted from beneath the car and carried to the ear In spector's room wear by, where be waa prayed for and convened with until be died ly an engineer of the main line who batmen od lo bo on tba rnul. Tho deceased lived about thirty-eight ninnies Bner the accident occurred. Owing to the very severe nature of bis Injuries one would suppose that he would scarcely bo ftcniiule of the fact that be was oart at nil, yet be fully realised bis situa tion, but suffered Bo pain, react loa sot having time to take place before death." , Tub Break-up. The recent fearful destruction of property on Ibe North Uraacb of the Huaquebannft river greatly disturbs the residents of the West Branch valley. Tba Lewisburg Jourutt, In alluding to tbc gorge at Wat ion tow a, says i "On Wednesday last the Ice at the lower end of that city broke and passed down to a point a abort distance above Milton, where it jammed and remains at this writing. The Ice Is Mid to be thrown up to the height of fifteen aad twenty foot. The cold weather which followed made Ibe Ice mora solid. From New Columbia, this eouftty, to Montgomery Hut inn, ibe low eon a try along the river Is overflowed and many farms are suffer ing badly, as ire also some families residing ia tho lower parti of L'nfontown, White Deer Mills and New Columbia. Between Milton snd Wat eoatowa many arc also suffering severely from the flood. The lee gorge extends from tbla side of New Columbia te the railroad bridge above Dewart, a distance of seven miles. If ibe flood unites with the eanal it Muddy itun, which Is quite possible, the situation of Milton will be ex ceedingly precarious. "Great fears are entertained in Lewisburg for the safety of our river bridge. As is built high and no bridges hare as yol been taksa along the West Branch that w have heard of, It aeems qaile likely we will escape such a disaster. Kfforls arc making to prevent, If possible, sucb an occurrence." m i - .Seitlkurnt Day. The first auction of an Act of Assembly, approved the Utb day of April, 1874, says t 'The Auditors of the several townships aud borough! within this Common wealth shall meet annually oa the Jfrai litmdnp ej Jtrni, and oftencr, If necessary, and shall audit, settle and adjust tba accounts of the Supervisor, Road Com ulislonori,Ovcrecrs of lb Poor, School, Borough and Township Treasurers, as may by law be referred to them. This is, no doubt, tho proper time to settle up School affairs, bat It is entirely out of order, la our Judgment, fcr our county to far as Supervisors and Overseers are concerned. These offloeri are elected in February, aod should be ready lb enter upon their duties by the Istof April. Therefore, why aot settle oa tbc Ant Monday of March f This Is long enough after the election to know who it circled, and before the March Court and floods would Interfere with ihe settlement. Ws would saggeat that the Auditor of the cr era) boroughs and township! of this county and tbc officers agree upon a certain day during Ihe Rprlng for settlement, and then adjourn over antil tbc first Monday cf Jane Beat and settle their School matter, and on that day adjourn over antil tbc Aral Monday of March, 1ST, making a memorandum of the fact upoa Ihe township-book, and here after that day will bo as valid la law li aa Act of Assembly, A Correction. Through a hlundor ado by onr "devil" hut week, tbc Mercantile Appraiser's sppnal day was fixed oa Friday, iht t Ja efi e Jlortf. Thi u a mistake Tvkbdat, rm SffrR or Aran, la the proper time, and mer chants and busineeft men can learn this by ex atniniag Ihe notices left with them by Mr. Miles. Let those who propoce to go out of business thia sHri. ri ihMlM awrleved a Hand ihe Spring, or feel ibcmielve aggrievoi, alteoa ibe( appeal, and not roue quibbling and growling atHiBl tbelr Urease next Fall when dunned by Ibe Treasurer. Those) who art not entitled to pay lleewuft BSMuld at lend the appeal and be elrieken off. or pereonellT Inform the County Treasurer, David W. Wise, P.sq., before tbc 1st diy of July acit, to that he may ho able to get a credit at Ilarrlihurg by a Judgment against the Common wealth. Tbc County Tieamrer cannot get a credit at the Slate Treasurer's offioe after appeal day, anlese be flies transcript! af Judgments rendered as indi fated. .... m a Noticr To All. A recent Act of tbc Assembly requires the executor, admiaislra tor, or friend of the deceased perea, to pat an affidavit oa record In tbc Rrgitier' office, wiling forth tbc day and boar wbea ibe death occurred. Friends and parties apply log for letters of admin 1 tuition will do well to War this Important fact In med, aad thereby save mach Inconvenience la receiving their legal papers, Tbc Act ia quel tioB eaa be found on page 194, Pamphlet Laws of 1ST 4. f AaaraTKii. Joaoph Lanaberry, who1 shot an Rilled Cyrus ffiwtier, jftrooavuie, near thli place, oa tho otb ef October, 1M4, was ar rested by a United Plates Detective la Lycoming Muaty, thii Slate, ea Jeadey tat, the) Htb in., and liken to Pittsburgh. ASPOINTMENTR rOR 107 S. The seventh annual section uf the Central Pennsylvania Ceniorenee of the M. K. Church, which eon vexed at Uuutliglta two weeks ago, ad- t turned on Thursday bvl, tho S&lh lost. Harris, urg was agreed upon aa tho neat place of meeting. Jonathan Unjutua, M. W. Jackson, J. W. Ifciidrlx, Kli Slirer, I. II. Torronce, Jaa. Curns and J. S. MeMurray, were appointed Trustees of tno annulare- neitel f und. Itev. W. W. h.ai.i. Aaalaiaat Secretary, road tlie minutes el tne aitcrnouu Bastion, Ths lit bop made a lew remarks appropriate to inn omaaion. las appointments were read, ina uoxoiogy was tung aud ina ocnedietion pre Bounced, and the Conference adjourned sin ", The following appoiutuents were made i WILLIAMSFOftT bllTBIOT. Presiding Elder T. Mivcusll, Williamiporl, Pa. W illtamiporl, Pino street D, 8. Monroe, U. . Uuruley, iuii. Williamtport, Mulberry at reel J. J. Peeree. Williamsport, Price Chapel A. W. Uibaoo, j. r. liavia. aun. Williamiporl, Third street J. M. Bunlx, J. 0. rnlffprove, lup. Williamsport, Newberry K. II. Yuoum. Lyooming J. Y. Rot brock. , Lovalnmk W. S. Wilaon. DuUoistown-A. C. Crostbwailc. Jamestown A. II. Mench. Moiitoursrillc A. U. Creighton, Muncy A. 8. llowmaa. llugbesville A. 11. 11 woven. Muncy Creek I. Kdtrard. Walsonlown J. II. Woodcock. Montandoa A. P.irkcr Wharton. Kiiintport K. Duller. Milton A. D. Yooum. . Lewiiburg-R. llmkle. MilHinburg M. P. CrostUwaitf. FalladaaburgH, Wilton, ('ogan Valley-K. S. Rhone. Liberty Valley II. Lundy. ltalaton 11. K. Cares. Jersey Short W. V. lletiar. Pine Crock To bo supplied. Ureal Island D. B. McClosky. Lock Haven 8. L. Bowman. Salona A. K. Taylor. leech Creek J, Lloyd. Ulnar's Hun J. B. Akerc Henova 0. Warren. Weal port To be supplied by McC. Orahaia. Ijcidy J. R. Woore. Kinnemahouing L. O. Hrck. Kuiportuui J. W. Olawinc. Peon u Id K. M. t'btlcoat. V'harlon K. J. Urav, Prealdint Williammort Dlcklnaon Seminary and utmber of Mulberry Street Quar terly Conlurence. 1. II. lorrener. Secrctarv Punntrlvan a Bible So.-lei y ad uieuiber of Mulberry Hi reel Quarterly Conference. 11. A. t'urran, Profeisor Keyitone Normal Bolioolatid member of Mulberry Hi reel Conference. J. r. nobo, I'rofettor ronniovton nam i nary. Nt-w Jersey, aod member of Haliadaburg Quar terly lonirrvnce. HANVILI,n PIBTBlL'T. PreMdiug Klder X. S. Bitkivohau, Bloomi burg. pa. Danville, St. Paul's F. B Riddle. Danville, Trinity J. P. Moore, lliveraide J. T. IWIton. Northumberland J. Hunter. Waihingionvlile J. F. Drown, lola 11. S. klrodenhall. BuokUorn-W. A. Carver. ftloiuburg J. H. Metlarrab. Kipy and Light Street F. K. Crever. tirnuguville F. (learharl. ltenlun C. L. Ucoicoler. Berwick S. Crviliton. Mifflmville D. II. Crever. Drarh Haven II. B. Forlner. llloomingdale J. P. llt nford, J. (lots. Muhlenberg W. Motel. t Kbleksliinny A M. K eater, While llaven-K. T. Swarts, Hickory Run T. S. Faus. Wealhcriy B. P. King, I. N. Moorhead. llntlelon W. W. Kvaua. .k-anaeville M. L. Drum. Convngham J, Stine. South Hehberlnn J. Horning, C. J. Buck. Catawifta H. W, Scar. Klyburg-T. - Clecs, N. B. Smith. Hltftojiikin W. L F putt wood, IVulralia g. M- Lnrnod. IL irmitein-U. V. Savidge. Mount fennel A. Briltaiu. Aililand W. A. Ilouck. Trpvorton (1. II. Day. Snydcrlon N. W. folburn. Sunbury J. A. DeMoyer. Selinigrove J. Moor bead. tiAhiitnat'stn niarmcT. Preiiding Elder U. It. lUuui, Cbambers burg. Pa. Ilarrirburg, flraee Church C. A. Holme. " Ridge Avenue J. !. Clarke. ' St. I'aul-e J. A. Melick. Fifth Street 0. T. 1lray. " Mt. Pleaaant-II. V. Jl.nnigh. New Cumberland P. F. Kyer. York, First Church A. M. llirnlti. " Duke Street II. Bender. WrlghttviUc R. R. Mallalieu. Caitlc Fin I. N. Clark, J. M. RuescEI. Hhrowtbury A. W. Ouyer, A. R. Bender. Hanover and New Oxford 8. M. Frost. Oeltyeburg M. L. Oanoo, A. S. Baldwin. York Spring J. A. McKindlesa. Wellaville J, H. Black. Bendersvilte-T. H. Tubs. Waynesboro1 J. 11. MoCord. Oreencaatle W. V. Itanoe. Cbambersberi, First Church F. JIodgnM. King f tree I W. 0. Robine, SIert?rburg F. Adams. McConnclliburg J. P. Long. Ilutsonville R. L. Armatroag. Cove T. M. Uriffith. Stilppeuaburg II. C. Cbeston. Shippemburg Circuit J. Y. Shannon. Mouut Alto J. Iluldin. Hehoboth and Newville J. W. Backley. Carlisle 0. Lcidy. Mouut Holly C. tlrahaut. Mecbauietburg W, Rink. Fairview aod AUryivtlle K. K. A. Deavor. Duncaonoa W. II. Keith. Liverpool T. 8. Wilcox. Newport H. M. Ash. T. P. Rge, Preiidcnt Irving Female College and member uf Mecbanictburg Quarterly Confcrenee. JuxtATA mar in rr. Presiding Klder M. K. Fosrin, Iluallngdoa, P. iluntlndott J. S. McMnrray, J. R. Alter. Petersburg W. A. Cllpperger. Manor Hill D. Cattleman. Knnisvllle I. Heck man. Mount I'nioe M. L. Smith, Newton Hamilton A. H. Miller. McVeytowo U. S. Sykea. Uranville W. A. McKee. . Lewistown W. O. Ferguson. Freedom J. A. Boas. Decalur W. Kc briber. Milroy L. F. Smith. i , , , Mifflin 41. D. Pcnnepacker. ; ' : Thompson town M. C. Piper. ' Port Hoyal-W. H. Whitney, C. W. Marshall. New Bloomfleld O. W. Dunlap, W. II. Bowden. Concord -U. A. Singer. One to be supplied. Burnt Cabins W. W. Dunmirc. Shirley sburg-W. McK. Heily, 0. II. Huston. Three Spring! B. Shoemaker. Cassville T. F. Wr flora. McConnellttown W. B. Hoch. , Saxton-W. II. Steveue, J, Pennington. Kverelt J. Dent hue. t Ray's ll.ll-K White, J. H. S. Clarke. Bedford T. Sherlock, lladlerd Clrenit J. B. Shaver. Sohelltburg J. M. Johnston. Pkatantville-J. W. Bell. alvoona nieraicT. Prcildir.g Rider T. M. Kxiae, Altoone, Pa. Altoona, Fint Church J. Curn. ' Eighth Avenue 8. C. Swallow, W.J. Owens. " Third Charge J. W, Leckfe. Hollidaysbarg-II. 0. Pardoe. Duocaniville A. W. Decker. Martimburg J. W. Cleaver, R. P. Campbell. Willlaintburg J. W. liaugawout. logaa Valley J. A. Dixon, Tyrone R. R. Wilton. Keat Tyrone Port Mttil.lt J. U ray. Mileaburg W. Owynn. Howard-It. H. Coibnrn. Penn'e Valley (1. W. Bouse. Hcllcronte U. W. Miller. Half Moon ll. (luyer. Pine Orovo-J. F. Bell (S. W. Dean). Warrioraintrk W. M. Memlnger. IlirmingUw A. D, McClosky. Philipsiiurg M. I. Smymr. tlrabawlon H. Lino (K. Turner). Oiceola W. W. Heeae, J. B, Ague. Clearlteld II. F Steven. Woodland-W. II. Dill. . Clearfield Circuit J. M. Clarke. ' Curwcnaville J. B. Ynung. Lumber City R. H. Whurton. New Waabington W. H. Nercrota. Olsn Hope W. 8. Hamlin. Snow Shoe J. F. Craig. Can greet Hill I- A. Croat. Pleaant (lap To be supplied, W. Karntbaw, Chaplain N. A. D. 8., Dayton, Ohio, and member of Warriorsmark Quarterly Conference. J. R. llyket and A. J. Coek, misaieaarlet to Cbtni. Lronakd (iradkd Schools. The general averages ia the U rammer School, for the mMOth ending March I Ith, are aa follows t In sobolaribip "K" Class Martha Kaamard, VH Rudie Urowa, 97 ; May Naugw, Bg , Anaie Worrell, 0t i Harry Bridge, 91, !)'' 4,'laaa Willie Bridgo, W; Jobn Carr, May Hemphill, each 17 ( Hophle Whilehill, M ; Mary Olcarv, Vii t tharlci Juhnaoa, V i Frank Hells. "" " rur noil titer, John Moasoa. B jp each V i Halite Wrlgley, V3 Frank Bradley, 9t ClarB rate, Vt. -0" Clem Sasle Vincent, VI; Maggie Dolsn, (promoted) II. "2 V Clast-Charlcd lllekel, (r ; Carrie Test, 94 ; (leorge Orris, 93 ; Ida Uearbart, 91. In deportment "K" Harry Bridge, Sudlt Brown, Nellie YYhitebill, each 190. D John llsily, Willie Hhnrt, Willie Bridge, Jehn Mostop, Mary Cutler, VYIirred Ogden, each Ivu. "C" Maggls Read, 100. Per cent, of attendance of "C Class t Males, M i females, ft nverage, fl. Per cent, of attendance of and "D" Clascal: Males, 79 j females, 89 average 90. II ion H nest In echolanhip-ClaniM'Oewrg, 9t J. F. Snyder, Wm. llagerly, each 97 j Ada Ate, Kva Far man, 94 j Blanch Hegel, 90. Per cent, et attendance: Males, 114 1 females, 83 average, 99, I have only given law highest average!. In this report bo one I mentioned whose scholarship does not reach 9, or deportment 100. It will be seea that ths most aamce arc from the "D" Class. There baa been an Improvement, Still there Is room. The hearty eo-opareitoa of Ihe patron of the eboel to I mm led ia order t continue tba usually regular at l redan ee of the pupils. O. W. Fonrnnt. Loaffl On Friday, March 19th, ft small bey we mat between tba etere ef T. A. Fleck Co, aad the residence of the aadersigBed. The finder will eoahr 9 Kator by loavbag H at ibe First Hatlmiftl Bank. Joran Ekrrj. Capt. J. M. Stkck. Tho death of! Cant Stock, which occurred on Saturday, last. though aot entirely inexpeot ed, east a gloom over our whole community. The shadow on lb ooua tcnancoa, when it was announced la the morning that be was la a dying condition, showed the reaped aad esteem In which he waa bold by bia neighbors and acquaintances. No man la our to n was naore universally reipeeted by all, old and young, than waa Capt. Stack, aud death could have bit apoa bo one wauoe lots to oar tewa aad eouaiy would he more severely teit. ut virtue! were countless, while his faults, if any. ware few. In public or private life he was always lb came kind, gentle and oblinging el way ready to do good to bis fellows in a charitable state. It is iuiporisibls for us to give any idea of the loss we nave sustained in bib deem t nor l ll nevesaaiy that wa would, a Copt. Block was known to al most ever person in theoouaty, aad bis virtue, honest and iRtcarrltv duly aiiprcciated and re id He spected. He was just la the prime of life, being ia bis forty. third year. His funeral look place yesterday efleracoa,and was one or ibe tergeit ever wuncsaed in jirowk Tilt. BnokiitU Jffrmittm, Itoport of Fnirviow School, In (im- ban district, for the rourtn montn, ending Marco Whole number of tiuyils In attendance, 31; bv rage attendance, IK j per Cent, uf attendance of males, 89 ; per cent, of attendance of female, 88 number of vliils from Directors, Oj number of virlta from citiicui, 111 number of pupil that bare missed no time, Iff, Names of pupil that have missed bo time i Harry Forcey, lilake Foroey, Warrea Lansberry, A Ifred Forcey, Clare nee Forcey, Oeorge Dale, Wm. Rinehart, Albeit Smeal, Llsiie Dale, Ida Dale, Flora llublrr. Lisxie Laiisberry, Alice Dale, Agne ifftie, hall Hlneiiart, a no to Uurloy. D. B. Burrour, Teacher. a a IJhl of lettcra rentaininir unclaimed in the pnatnffiee at Clearfield, for the week ending iaaren zvin, inr i Durnell, Miss Li axle Norton, William Heller, David Niebolt, William Hubbard, Thomas Rickettr. Wilber Herman, Mrs. Frank Reed, Wilson (I) Harrison, Miss Anna Riobards, O. W. Harrison, MiiB Maggie Siple, Lewis Lee, Albert Smith, Abraham Mathcson, Lemuel P. A.QACLIN, P. M ''Showers" of new iioots, 8hoe, Hats and Caps have been piled up In the western room of Pie's Opera Dense within the past fsw week. Joseph 8. knows exactly "how It It," and by calling on him be will tell yoa all about It. I'OR CDUNTV HUPKHINTKMDFNT. Ma. Bihtob: I herel.v aulherixa vou to stale that JOHN A. GKRUORY will boa candidate for the office of Superintendent of Common 6c hoots of Clearfield oouaty, before the Convea- lion or Hon vol Directors, wuiea meet! la May next, and I hope that all trac educators will as sist to have bim re elected. He I boaeet aod competent, and deserves the poiition. A uinicTon. SpeciatB, William Reed lo sow in the east mat lot- hi Spring purchases. William heed Is annt in Clearfield counlv foe Mine, Deiaorrtt'ft patterns. A full assortment just receive. AUGUST FLOWER. The most miserable beings In th world are l nose. sum-rlBf rroua Oytpentia aad Liver Com plaint. More lhaa eevenlr-flre per cent ef the people ia the failed State are afflicted with these two diseases aod their effect ; saeb as soar stomach, siuk headache, babitnal costivoBcss. im pure blood, heartburn, water brash, gnawing and burning pain at tbc pit of the stomach, yellow sain, ouaiea tongue ana ait agreeable taste a the mouth, coming up or the rood after eating. low spirits, Ac. Oo to the Drug Store of CD. Watsua and get a 76 cent bottle, or a small bot tle lor jo euts. Try It. (1. (J. Untax, Sole Manufacturer, rnohll'Ti ly. Woonninv, N. J. Slop that Cough. Dr. Morrls'Syrup of Tar wiia merry and Jiorenound ts auarauleed to cure coughs, cold, hoarseness, or any disease of tae inroat, lungs or chest wading to eoniumplion, in less time tbaa any other preparation. Notbins; that we have ever sold acts ao promptly and well. It cares croup in a few minutes and is Ibe best known remedy for whooplBgeough. Contains ae opium and is pleaaaat to lake. Cough-wora vie time, whose lungs ere racked aad lora with par oxysins, find Bur nnd speedy relief from Its uic. Trial 10 ccctl, Scld y C D. Watson, uiearneldi r. turley a Co.. Wtlliamisrova : T il. Forcey, Orahamtoa.and P. Moyer, Kvlertowa. mcBlfeowiy Waxvii to Siu.it on Thahi, The subscriber desires to sell or trade a Two-horse Tread Power, atany new. Will trade for a good, youag mar. Wilsox P. Tavb march 17 -.11. Clearfield, Pa. Rccieved at T. A. Fleck A Co.' this week i fin at tor I mast of White tioods for Spring trade, cheap for cash. each It) "lit. The finest atsortmeat ef Ladles Tie in town, at T. A. Fleck A Co s. Call and so them, mchlu Calicos, muslins, gingham and dm goods, aew, all will be told cheap for eath at meh 19 T. A. FLECK A CO'S. New napkin of all kind and price, at meh 19. T. A. FLBCK A CO'S. The place lo got your mottoes I at meh 19. T. A. FLECK A CO'S A aot her new lino of black alpaca a specially at T. A. Fleck A Ce'e. Call and seelbem. meh 10. Remember th nice ne ties, all the new shade at T. A. FLECK A CO S. mob 19. New hid gloves for cents, at meh 10. T. A. FLKCK A CO '8. New embroideries. new embroideries, cheaper T. A. FLECK A CO'S. than ever, at icn lu. White shirts, white shirt s, for gen is at meh 19 T. A. FLECK A CO'S. Laxn Plaitrb. A oar load of Huntingdon ground plaster Just received at hHAiKntt I i ilk n, Clearfield, March , 1879-Im. RftAb R. M. M'Knally's advertisement la re gard to Life lusajraaee. aagll-ly Call on R. If. M'Boally aad gel your life lo sere ia the Old Continental Lifolnsarauee Com pany, of Hart torn, Uoun. auglS ly Braotni Fon Salb. R. Newton Shaw keeps a full supply of Fredonra Buggies and Platform wagons lor sale. Jo be seen et tne rjaaw noise yard. Call ou or address him at Clearfield Penn sylvania, may IS-tf. Wood and Willow Ware of all deeerlntloa for aie by it. r. uigier vo. Save Time! Save Labor! Save Money! Save Clothe I Th" ft orally Wringer" I tfts Mil In the market. Buy It; try It. For al by H. F. BiOLtm A Co. Just received, a large lot of non-xp)oiire limps ana lv an terns at 9-2&-71 H. F. Biwlbb A Co'. Nonca to Waook At Cabbuob Marbm. We bavejust received a central assortment uf Waion and Carriage Woods, also a roll line or Epilogs ana AXies, wnioa we oner cneap tor cam. H. r. uiet.a a a to. Paints, Oils and Varnlihes for aal by IT. f Bigler A Co. II. F. Hitler A Co. have been making extevelve additions to inriratoen oi Hardware tba last few days. Everything aew In Shelf Hardware, Sad dlers' Hardware, Farmer' Hardware, Builders Hardware, and Hardware of all kinds, can be'sccn at their tor. May il, Rnxti Tni ! Persons whooontevuplal bwiMies: will do well to eall and examine our stock of BUU.DINlf MATEHlAIt. We have In stock a full line of Raildera' Hardware, Nail, Painla, Oil, Ulan, Putty, Calcined Fleeter, Ac myaa'73 h. r. matin vo. Baw. Dlstao' Cross-cut Saw, Great A merle a Saw, Boynton'i Lightning Saw, at B-u-7i u. jr. Bittn m vo . A fill Una of Household Uoeda, Japanned Ware, Ac, for ml by U. V. Bigler A Ce RECAPITULATION. Bird Cages. . . Wood and Willow Ware. Ilouaaboid Hood. AU kinds ef Hardware. Japanasd Ware. Fatal, Oils, V arnishes. Calcined Plaster. Wacon and Carrie Maker' supplies. All ef Ibe above for sale at the mammoth Hard ware Store of II. F. Big lor A Co- Second atreet, uiearneid, ra. n Bird Cage -a rarce ateortment t HJ. F. Blg- mr A Oe.'s, Mnntour Slate Paints, for nalntinf hoi Ida and oat tide Cot t a gee, Farm Buildings, Ac. Beautiful, durable and cooaemtoal, tlrouad ta par Linseed Oil. my an im h. r. diqibb ue. Calcined PUiter for al by II. F. Bigler A Co. A ik. Seventy five doxen Ctoarflcld Wood- chopper Axes at VrXfttTI. Hi F. PIULXK VO', pAtnTft aun PaniTRRft' FixoiBw. Our stock ef Paint and Pain sera' Material I eeta-'tte, In Blading J. T. Uwit Pure Wbito Lead. John IO eac A Co' Para While Load, F. R. A Co' Rack Lead, and a Bomber of eboaper brands or wkim lead; also, Llneoed Oil, Turneatlae, Varnlthetol all hinds, a fnll line of Bra-he, and n fellllncei color, dry aad I Oil. iyi'7i ll. F. Bin lb a a ra. At Pblllpsherg, Pa., en Thnrcday, March Jiih. HT, hy Wa. RinaLBa, Men.. Mr. JOHN C 1.0 IS OHN CL0U8- boih at Morrte BR and las fkANOIM HHAMLbi Uwathlp, Clearfield eonnly, Fa. At the Oatkalte church la Clenrfletd. on Mm. day, March 19th. 191, by Bee. Pal her P. J. Saaninaa, Mr. THOMAS DI'OKRTT aad Ml A DA LIN R rKTRRS, bethef Bradford towasblp, Cleerrleld eonnty. Pa. grr&frfrtUrartttf. CHABLES H. ELLIOT, NOTE HROKEH, WIT. JuB. W. 8.ITUI CO. Stock and Bond Commiuion Brokers, 1 II SMtk Tkirl ilml, lkiU4V Ml. .1 UIIV.M.I mm. K.f.r U U. W. Woodw.ri, Em,., Cuklw Ku Km., LamWr tl.r.bl I il.rb.rt R.M.1 0.., 1'rr.nl.ol U.nk of Aalrtn i P...II i C, Buk r, ill.u.p.rl.l'fc BMkM'r. la Q. W. WEAVEB 4 CO., PBUGGIST3 A APOTHECARIES, rtlRWE.NSVII.LK, PA. I)Ura Ii .11 kladi at Dr.,., Ui.lM, Fu. ey QooU. ftnd Dr.Kgt.ti' 8undrloi. Curw.D.till., M.ick IT, tlti. QEOEQE H. FEBQUSON, W. V. LIPPISCOTT A COn dwtonli UATS A CAPS, B00T8 A SH0K8, 1:11 Ml Muk.t 8iml, PklluMpklk. It-tf Al'CTIONKEItlNO ' :. BILLPOSTING. Th. .odrnig..d wo.ld rMMetf.lljr lafbm tk. till. ill ol I'luriMil im .t.iolty k. i. ,n parl to .r .11 A.etloB, Vwd.., ..d uthn S.a on thort BotiM, mai ol r0M..bl. rotM. Hi Bill., Pot.rl. ProgroKiaM,ODd olkor od.ortt.l.g po.ud and dttrtbutl I. tk. mm ooaapteMtM pioMi. a ih. oi w.ii. poiroaago I. .OIMIUO. . . K. L. ROBINS, Manh IT, 13-tf. U l.arlsld, Po. F ItRSU FISH. The uaderslfQod rcipeetfully notifies the nub. lie that he will keen oa land for sale aa assort meutof Frssh Flab, of all klads. received from the Kail and West dally;' A ho, Freeh Vegetablea ia euoa. Good a delivered to all parts of the aoreuge una viomuy. uraers ten at bis residence, corner of Seeoad and Reed atrecte, will rccolre prompt attention. , 7 D. W. JORDAN. Clearfield, Feb. 34, IHTe-Sia jpSHANNON LAND AND LUMBER t O N P A R T, OSCROLA STEAM MILLS, AjivrAcriinns LUMBER, LATH, AND PICKETS SAWED SHINGLES. Alio Bill of HEMLOCK aad PINE aa wed to order oa short notice. Alio TOWN LOTS Lr sale la the borough or oaceola. Alro LAROK ASSORTMENT 01NKRAL MERCHANDISE at their Mammoth Store ia Oaceola. II. II. SHILLINOrORD, Presldeat, Office Forest Place, No. 121 8. 4lh L, Pbil'a. JOHN LAWS HP, floaoral lup'L, pdJanS-t Oaceola Mills, Clearfield Co., Pa. rpHK TIMES. A FIRST CLASS NEWSPAPER. Independent la every thing I Nenrtal la noth ing I Uppoted to nil corrupt ring In Municipal, State and National affairs. TUB DAILY TIMES will be lined oa Saturday, the 13th of March box!, and every morning thereafter, Sunday ex cepted, under the editorial dlrectioa of A 9U Mc C'lure, printed compactly from clear, bow type, oa a large folio sheet, containing all the acwa of the day, including the Associated Prats Tele gram i, Special Telegrams aad CorrespoBdeaee from all points of Interest, and fearless editorial dieoussiens of all current topic. Price, I coats. Mail subscriptions, postage free. Six Dollars per annum, or Fifty can it per month, ia advance. Advertisements fifteen, twenty and thirty cents par line, according te position. THE WEEKLY TIMES Win be tcsfled oa Satatday, March lOib.aad weekly thereafter, containing all important news of tba week, and com pi at market aad Inane la) reports. Mailed, for one year, pottage free, at the following rate i On oopy M. $1.99 Tea OopieC Hi.HH.liHO IHH.I4II1I.IIHHI) -9 Twenty Cople ...I4.W Advertisements twenty Ire coat per line. Re mittances should be mad by draft or Post Of fice orderr Addrwee THI TIMES, ..... Na 14 Sooth Seventh Street, mehSIm Philadelphia. G ROCKRIES. ) I . JAS. II. LYTLE, (ftwootoorto LYTLB MITCH(LL) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I.N CHOICB LIMB or TEAM. OOL0HQ8, JAPAJtB, IMPERIAL, vocsa hyson. , "1 BNOLISU BRBAKFABT Parrot In Horkrt. BUTTUK AND ECG Win b. bl ootf oold ol IrM ooot. Co.k paid ivr voaoirj roaaoo. HRRMAX CIIBRRIKB. TVRKEY PRUNES, PRESERVED PKAR8, . PIIILADKLPniA HAUL itiiih. M.ck.i.l, Lk. U.rrlog. Cad, Ac. Borrol PiebWl aod lagll.k Piiktoo. rLOUPl A HO VEEO. ' Ploor, Cora kfr.l, Oal Moal, Ai. n.l-7 . ' , Jd. U. LTTLI. QLOSING OUT AT I COST! Owing I lb panic, tbiak It polity e eteae wi ear aieei AT COST, which will be a advaatago to both u aad oar easterners. Our eteek I large, eoasiskicg af CLOTHING, ' ' ;n all mm , ; HATS & CAPS AS 1) Gonts' Furnishing Goods : Wblrh wo laiond oolllag ol oo.l Ikr oaok. We saj Jusl what we Mesa! ir jo. lak t. nro fraa 44 to f, o. a Mil, o. Ii tloia lo bat. Oor ith .loot Ormooto tV I4 M to IN 4 Rlaglo on.ro .tu , 4 44 ao It 14 44 to f IHO IHU I 44 to i I 44 to I It to It to It to I Mi. 44 4, 4 44 4 44 d M Paau ' Paatl 0.4 V.Mi U.d.r .! OtorSblrto Boab Ul.m Hot. 00 ft 4 tt I li Buiodn - II. u Cap. It to Iko plooo. Mortal otrooL .ppooiloH Ift. VHIt UO.OO. nlttt 1 B. RTIWART A MR, T)I!R, WUITR A ROAM LIRIITO 4(1114- X OH rMOIT.. aa. rar awl. mj April M. I. TO. R. P. llLri.0O. .'Jjtld'l fSllKX.' 1875 TlTi7:1 1S75 Consult Your Interests I WILLIAM REED ROOM No. I PIB'S OPERA HO USB CLEARFIELD, PA., Will op., abut Monk Mb, ISO, T.rj largo lock or DRY GOODS, aoitoVo for tko oooj... Havlog porokoood pro- rlou to tk. rood odroooo, I too Mil good ol grleo. MTor kofor. .ffor.4 bi tkll Barb. . !, ;da b..t tjaallt; fori ool'd pri.U ol J ou. tjM . - oto. 4,M " 1)010. t,M .or, good kl'.bd awoll. ,4 mi 14 ttt. 1,004 oioollo.l liiott. 1,004 glogkoat, r.rj good 14 oto. A Urg. aaiortBoat dlpaot Lntro. oal. It oto. togolbor wltk . Ml Ito. ol klrtiog, Colloaado, Drill, Joui aad Coaalaoroo, loot will oouotak ALL PAPER ALL PAPER ALL PAPER ALL PAPER ALL PAPER ALL PAPER WALL PAPIa WALL PAPE WALL PAPE WALL PAPE WALL PAPB WALL PAPE. A rorjp Am Moorbaoal mt Wall Pop, I otjrloa, ai priaoo okoopor tko. oforoA bev barer. AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK CURTAINS At FIXTURES. NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, VOR TABLE AMD FLOOR, tni foil to obR ud no. Horlogoajagodolrrl-okuo Mlll.orfroa Pbil. odalpkla will opoa ai prepor toon. Iko tlbof MIL1NERY GOODS' ', . , ,. i ...! , i ' ' I. ' ' " ., m, . ortr browglrt lo town, aad Alt broo.b of boat. oM will ko gtroo lk.ro.gk OW..U.O. , I .1' Hortag aAopt.4 iko CAIH PRIHOIPLI olAo- . bag k.rl.,01, 1 oa dalomlMA ta aal ' 1 ' tooalloiok karoro. ' ,J tto ot 4rgal la aal at Rmoi lo. t. I MIAN IVIIRMI. WILLIAM REED. loon Mo. i, Oport laaoo, kowtp lnlto Iko MOfto. m-orl.td, Morok,i4rt. I" MT.eTd 9m .'i f iluni. CLOSING OUT SALE I CLOSING OCT SALE! ..5 . . .. ,5. o ... ;, ... ,8.. , , , nsDucnoy is clotbins. , '. g ... ' g ' . ' ; .. ai W. d.ilr. to ooqoolat ou frl.adj ond too p.bll. ibot wo oro rodorlog oor atook lo Coot tbli dap. LOWER PRICES . LOWER PRICES LOWER PRICES CLOTHIXO AT COST CLOTHING AT OONT CLOTH I NU AT COST CLOTHING AT C08T W. bit. j.ot parabaMd a larg. 1.1 of Clotblag, al prlo. Iom tkaa aaaaarMtorara aoald ai.k. tkm .p. Ral, no tko p.m. oospotlod tkaai to Mil fcf oa.., w. took odranuga of It, oad now oflor to oor poA. ra. a. laana nook f Clotklog AT LOWER PRICES THAS KVER AT LOWER PRICES TAAN EVER AT LOWER PRICES TIIAK EVER AT LOWIR PRICES TRAM EVER AT LOWER PRICES THAU EVER Wa tetrad to Clooo Ibl. .took all oat kr too IM da, of Jaaaorr. 8o if oo wool o Bargaia, mm. mob, aa wa will aad .ra a, toroji. I. toakon roTolotioa la tba dotk. lag Rui.M. IM pair Pent received Ibis dev. to be : eld a lew as U se. Kemember, Pants w cold last month AT t MOW 1RINI1 13 i AT t NOW BRING U AT ta M NOW SKI HO SI ft AT $i M MOW BH1NU $1 t AT li M NOW BRING 13 fin :! t OLD DEMOCRATIC PRICBR won kigk .-pw witk ikoprioo..! wbi.kwoo ww oolilog Cktktag. ' ' ' i A) i I Y RIMENBII THI PLACM. OLD WESTERN BOTH CORNER. KERR A CO. CraarlaM, Pa., Dm. 1, 1114. W . ,!':.. BO a. t ' ' 0 9 9 BBgSQ gBBBBB BBS, 5.B Sbbbee E E a' S E dl 3 ? I i 1 1 3i i inn f r Cflodi, ftrtrtris, tr. Fl.OUIt, FEED, AUD GROCERY STORE. A. G. , KRAMER .& CO., Rood m ... door woot or looord llowoo, llearlleld, la. Kotp ooftalaatlr oi bind SUGAR, COPJ-KE, TEAS, SODA, COAL OIL, BYRtP, Connod ond Drlod Kruili, ToUmo, Cig.n, Co.. dir., Cldrr Vln.,.r, Bailor, Efgt, lo. ALSO, EXTRA 01IE HAbl Wheat and Buckwheat Flour, Corn Meal, Chop, Feed, &o., All of wblek will k raid eboap for ea.b or in aiebaaga for ooootrr produco. A. O. KRAMKR A CO. Clr.rl.ld, Kor. 14, Il74. tr gTOP THIEF! How oft., that r 1. krard in oar larg. loon, ; bat no an. ator tkiakt of .tooling from T. A. FLECK & CO., For their goods are o cheap, It pays better to buy lhaa steal them. Purebating entirely for easb, aad selling for the same, we are thue ena bled to offer goods at a smaller margin than can poeeibly be don by any ba dologavcn the mall eat part of trust buciness either way. We here en entirely HKV? purchase of iDHY GOODS nnd LADIES' DRESS GOODS in variety naiurpaseed and priew to soil the scarcity of snonej. Oor stock ef MILLINEKY GOODS, Bonnets and Ladies' Hats, hat never been aal B the eonnly. LADIES' AND CIIILDKtN S INDKKWKAB a com plst SMorOaenU Ladies' Dress Trimmings, fa Fall Line. Latest Style. Gents Furnishing Goods, a Urg variety, both coarse and fine. WINTER GLOVES, YARNS, WOOLS, . i ; . . ZKPIIYKB Waterproofs, in Great Variety. AH are Invited lo salt and eiamine our good and prleea before buying elsewhere. We make ao wry faces because yoa don't buy, bet believe thia to be a fee country ( aad thnt every one has the Inalienable right to life, liberty, the pursuit of happine and to bny goods where they can eecar the Vti goods for th lbart money. At Wm. Reed' old stand, opposite Moasop'i, T. A. FLECK. oct! I '74 A. M. BILLS. HARTSWICK & IRWIN, SECOND BTRKKT, CLEARFIELD, PA., DEALERS IN irURK DRUGS! 3bX naroixcse u ooa so. CHEMICALS! PAINTS, OIIS, DYE STUFF! VARNISHES, i RRIBHE8, PtRfUMtRY, FANCY 0 00D TOILET AKTlCLtS, OF ALL KINDS, ., ,. . PORK WINES A SO LTQUOHS, , , for Blrdirlnol porpoaio. j Trniita, Hupporlora, Sebool Rook, ond Rtotloa. . . - ,ry, aad all olbar artl.lo. oonally foaad in a Drag Rtora. PIIYfl(IA!IS PREHCHIPTI0N8 . CARK ; Fl'LLY COMPOrh'bKI). Ilariag a largo .1 E.ri.a In lb. biirin.M Ib.r eaa giv. .ntir. at faollaa, ' i t.n. nARTswtrK, dOIIN P. IRWIN. , Clalr4rld, belabor I. 1074. i FARMING IMPLEMENTS TOR SALE BT It. F. ltlKler A Co. IRON IrOrnt.K-MIOVKL PLOWS. . WOOD DwLIILR-SIIOVKI. PLOWS. Wool. (tlXUI.K-SIIOVIiL PLOWS ib"n ci'ltivators. ., , . wooii ciii.Tivatohh., iiow am) a a irox beam plow's, pittxhcru steel plowr. iiai pth bkl1.kf0ntk plows. rlOIIRSON'S anil THOMPSON'S P 1.0 ITS. w-'Sbam for all .1 th. abor. Plow, roa Manll, .. kaad. wr J-I Beale's Embrocation, (LATE POWRlL'l,) ft ad dloooao. la.ld.ot to B.rora, Ooltlo, aad M.aaa Fla.k,ra-rlng Iba aao of oa i . ... oiwraal applioouoa. - . . Ik. SoToroaioal d.riag Iba war. Fr Ml. k, R.ru.l.k A Irwla, OloorAold ooopk R. Irwla, Oarwoaaolllo. DoaM Oo4 aador, L.lbrb.rg. ( i If. Attention, Lumbermen! . WE oro aow naaal.fl.rl.il oar IMPROVED STEEL-SOCKET DR1VIM0 CANT BOOKS, oaporlor I. oa otbor la oa.. Wa bar. alaa I. otook a larg. qa.atltr of Coatbook. oalla bl. for rafting parporoa, wblcb w. ar. aolli.g okoop for ooab. AMOR A R. XENMARD. OlaorSorA, Pa, Uanb 14, 1471. TlrwTICaU' dk tOITAIII.I5H PIM 4l Wo fcoro prtatod o lorga nnabwr af 4b. wa IBB BILL, and will aa Iba oaaotad of Iwoatr. Sr. OMfa, aialt a .... to oa. oddroaa. mfw Sirdwarr, Clairsri', tt. JR0NSIDE8 STORE. G. S. FLEGAL, DEALER IH HARDWARE, STOVES, BEATERS, RANGES, UOLXOW-WARE, FAINTS, OILS i VARNISH, PUTTY A GLASS, ROPES, STEP-LADDERS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE: Tba Mlabratad Tolado Aatl-Fmilag Oalrnnlood IRON-LINED WOODEN PUMPS. No bailor Pomp, ia lb. mark.l. LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS, LAMP FLl'ES, of ill kind., LAMP PIXTI RKS, Ao. All al loweat pricoa. I-UT4 Pre.qucl.lr .trout, Phlllp.burg, Pa, rpRUSTEE'S SALE! VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT Public or Private Sale ! Being a Portion of the Estate of A. K. wngni, aeceasea. The underlined will sell at nubile salt, unless sooner disposed of, on ihe FIHHT MONDAY OF JUNE. 181 S, at th Court Hume, In the boroaght of Clearfield Pa., all the following described real estate, vli: Alto, all the undivided half part of 4iB acres mure or lata, la three moral parcels ef land, part of Ibe Joseph Clark and Joba llarrisen sur veys, situate ia Woodward township. Clearfield county, and snms lands held In common with Caleb and Oeorge Cbarehmaa, having a lage amount of valuable while piae and hemlock wilb other timber thereon . Aire, another traet eontainina? M7 acre, more or loss, situate ia Woodward township, being the west nd of the Tho mat Mariton surrey, having thereon white pine, hemlock and other timber, and being underlaid with several vein f valua ble coal. Alto, anoiber traet of dO acres, more or lete. part of tbc Susan Ward survey, being the bank ing ground silaale at the mouth uf Morgan Hun and adjoining land of WiUiam Albert A Bros , ia Woodward township, Clearfield eonnly, and cov ered with valuable hemlock and ether timber. Alfo, enotber tract of 100 acree, more or lest. being part of the Tbomaa Steward eon turvey, situate In Decatur townibip, Clearfield oouaty, and ling witfcin the cos! ancaiure of th Oaceola coal basin. Also, iwo parcel of land situate In Lawrence township, within one mile of th borough, aad valuable a out lot, oae thereof containing eight acres, more or lets ; the other four acroa, adjoining lands of Robert Wrigley and others. Also, another tract of land, situate la Pike township, containing 3)3 acres, being part of war rant No. 4260, situate within til miles of the bor ough of Clearfield, covered with valuable limber and underlaid with fireclay of tbc finest quality. Also, all those four cert aie bailding lota situ at ia Heed' addition to the borough ef C lear nt m, and nnowB a mi no. ana lo said addition. Alto, all that parcel of around situate In rear of tbe Academy let and Moisop's store, part of lot No. Sn, in general plan ef Clearfield, having a large frame bailding thereon and said lot itu ale and bounded oa east side by aa alley. All tan above described land are valuable. Tbe land in Decalur and Woodward townabip re all within Ih coal aeaiures of that District, and wilbin reach of railroads, either built or bow building, and commend themselves to pare bait ra tor coal nnd lumber. The land will be Bold at private sale, if parties desire to purchase, but if aot sold at private ale will be publicly oold a aforementioned. Terms will be mad reasonable to suit pur chasers. All inquiries addreeaed to tbe under lie o wtu receive prompt biwbuou. A. C. TATE, Trottee. Clearfield, Pa Jaa. 20, 1e7etd -. ED. W.GRAHAM, DEALER IN QENEEAL merchandise, SQIARE TIMBER & LIMBER, CLEARFIELD, PA., Hal jut opraod, at Ih. old rland, la drnbam'o Row, a oonploto .took of .TEW GOODS, ofortrTdaoeriptlon, DRY GOODS, n GROCERIES. i HARDWARE, BOOTS AND SHOES CLOT HI NO, lit., x., IN GREAT VARIETY. FLOUR, MEAT, SALT, RYE, OATS, CORN, ALVA YS ON JIAKD AND FOR SALE AT A SMALL ADVA NCR. FLOUR Recti red b lb oar load, and told al a smtll adraaee. . A wpply ef ROPE consUntly en band. Special Indueemuta offered to those getting eat Bqaara Timber and Logo, a w deal largely In Lumbermen'! Supplies, aad ar pre pared at all time to purchase tim ber and lumber. KH. W. GRAHAM, . .Market Street, CLEARFIELD, PA. Oct IJ, 1873. JEMOTATd! JOHN McGAUGHEY Would rerpectfally actlfy the public generally that he ba removed hi (Iroeary Bloro from Shaw'a Row, te th building formerly occupied by J. Miles Kratier, ea Second street, next deer to Big lor'! hardware tere, where be Intsads Keeping a fnll lln of U it o v t: it 1 1 n. UAUK, DRIKII Ul.t.r.nJ LAKH. ' , Sl'UARS oud , Rt'PS, of all ,t..l... TKAS, Orrra aad Rlark. COFFKK, Roa.trd and Urora. FLOUR AND PROVISIONS, .... tni iTt, All kind, in tk. m.rk.t. PICKLK& in Jan and barrel.. SPICES, In .rrr, form and rarlnjr. FAMILY FLOUR, A I.I. klNIMIIK rRACKKRtl. SOAPS, MATCHES, DRIED APPLES, DRIED PIACIIM, DRIED CHERRIES, Coil Oil tad Xaouap Clvlaatys. Aad a good aMortwant of tkoo tkisga waoalr, , b.pt la a grooor, oter.. wbi.k bo will aaakoago 4r aMrkoUag at Iko arorkol prlOM, Win ooll 4or oaak al Ikoaply ao oa, otkof .a. Plroo. ooll oad oh kio oub aad Iwdn far foamlf. ' ' ' i ' ' JOBS McOAIIBRT. ' ' CWrlrld, Va, IT, I4T. ?