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treabicrlau Cbnrcb Rev. H. Limn.
lUbbAlh services or nine Bad eveeinf--8ab-
bath School at I P. II. Prayer Meeting Wednes
Ht. Fronde' Chureh o the lie Rev. P.
J.HsaniOA-. Prvochlngatloto'oloeh, A. hi., en
the Aral, third aod lourth Bondayeaf wok Month j
Vespers and Benediction of tbe Blessed Sacrament
at T o'clock, P. M. ftnftdtjr School ever;? Boodey
afternoon at a o clock.
tlMI or 10LDIM QDABTU BEMIOHI Mm.
flecood Monday ef January. -TVrd
Monday ef March. ' ' I
Fiiet Monday of June. . t.
Fourth Monday of September.
TIM OV 10LHM OOHHO FLUI.
First Monday of June,
Saooad Monday of IS over ber.
. "i ruiLit) orrioiaA ' T
Pfi4t Ar Hon. Charles A. Maytr, of
Look Ha van . I
iltiaNi tew adV Hob. John H. Orris, of I
Associate Judyu WUHan. C. Foley, Clearfield
John J. Head, Curwensville.
Regitltr mnd Htwrdw L. J. Morgan.
Jit trial Aifom.jf Frank Fielding.
TVeaeMrer David McManghey.
ttkmrit Wllliain R. Mcpherson.
County Jnwyor -Saiaml F. MeClosksy, Cur-
Count Com miuiontr Clark Browa, CU
Held t TbcnaiA. MoUec, Chert P. 0. Burls
Hoover, Curwensvllle. -
County Auduor Chrlrt.' J. KeeftfT, Glen
Hope t flemuel A. Caldwell, Wllliaasgrovo ; Joba
0. Conner, Burnside.
County Vorontr J. B. Neff, New Washington.
Jury Comm. iMitmert Joha W. tfbogart, James
Srifn4ul Mie ftnooi's Joha A.
Gregory, Curwensvllle. 0
Sotmrin Puktit John W. WrlfllT. Wal. Hn-
debangh, Cytui L. Uordon, Clearfield t Jociah
Krani, Joe. R. Irwin, N. B. Arnold, Corwenerlllci
4. 4. Single, Emmet Sayera, UMeol Mini; Jona
ton Hamilton, Latherabarg.
Unr Special eolamn it decidedly laUrtittng la
a local point of view, and proi labia reading to
outtlderi who waat to ear a money.
BroOkrillo is making preparations
for celebrating the ooning Fourth of July oa an
extend re loale.
lluh J'itraim, a well-known railroad
man, baa purobaaad an interact ta the A I toon a
EiL'htfn penons were baptir.ed In
Aaderaoa creek, al Cflrwcaavlllc, oa Tharaday
la at, by the B apt 1ft miaiiUr at that plaoe.
The West Branch Camp Meeting
Aaiooiatloa hai flxod apoa Tharaday, Angnot 17,
for the oommtnocment of the neotlog Ibla year,
to eonttatn twelro dare.
We bear that a sneak thief irnined
aa entraaoe into Uao. N. Colbara'i tort, la Watt
Clearfield, ont algbt rtooatly, and carried off a
tack of flour and a few emaJler nrtlelea.
Waabburn'a Last Sensation exhibit
ed to a pretty fair audience, la Pic'i Opera Uoaae
oa Satarday oigbt. It la aboTt the arorage of
travtliag tariaty above la Ita pcrfi
H. T. Beardslcy, Kho. of Lock H
van , baa keen rt-ap pointed I)latrlet Depaty Ortnd
M alter of Muoaa, for the dlatrlct eoeapoaed of
Clinton, Centre and Cloarfield coantloa.
' 1 i m a ma
Reador, what kind oi" a married man
li i( that eoBa "rolling home" long after mid
night liwgiNg, "Hold the Fort for I aa coming,
to meho hit wife btltcTO that ho baa baea etare-
Btitx at Work. The County And-
(ton, Moure. Keegy, Caldwell and Connor, re
ammbled oa WedoatJay laat and are bully oa-
gaged la tcttliag the public aoooaatt, which they
will aloas np tomt day thla wek.
Senator J i oyer was at borne on Bat
urday and Sunday, returning to Harrleborg oa
Monday afternoon. The burden tf Bute do not
foam to weigh him down or olevate him la the
leut. It't "loe. Beyer" at ill.
. The revival in the Methodist church
If la the ertoBd week of lu progrotf, and If at
tended lightly by large congregationt. Several
pereoae hart embraced thtf opportunity of oea
anting tbemeelret with the chart.
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J low many bumneu men there are
la the world oarneat, plodding, hat uafortaaata
fellow creature who ge about their work day
after day, without area teeming to haow that the
Bible mo t aloe the word "edvortiM."
ConHiderable excitement wan occa
sioned on Friday morning laat by the diaoorery
of Ire In one of the partition walli of Jamei
Wrlgley'i offloe, oa Soeead ft reel. The Ire orig
nated from a detect la the flue, but wai extin
guished before mack damage had beta doe.
We noticed at the express office. In
tbif place, a few daya ago, a fine ipoclmoB of the
Berkshire breed of bog. It was billed te Le
dor Deaalng, wbo rtotntly purebacod the Jacob
Hoover farm, near Centre oh arch, la Lawrence
A disaHtrons conflagration occurred
oa Wednesday evening, the Ittb laat., at Apollo,
Armstrong county, caused by a lamp explosion,
about nine o'olook, la Bndolph't shoo Mora. Two
entire b looks, embracing forty booaot, wart laid
la Babes, involving a lots of aboat StO.M t,
m a i
It Is rumored that a narrow guage
railroad will eeriaialy be built from EbcMburg,
Cambria touaiy, lo Cherry Tree, Iadlaaa realty.
Wt hopt the rumor may prove to be trie, aa it
would be aa easy matter lo attend the Tyrone A
Clearfield road to that plaoe,
Tne Huntingdon (Hohe was Hold by
the Bbtrlt oa Friday, tbe 14tb Inataat, for fl.iH,
the father and if- r Mr. Oaea, Ha editor, being
the i birbaeora. Ood for Otise; bo baa been the
wt-r.t a bieed maa UnatlBgdoa oonaty ever had
wlihla bar bordora. Now, ge for 'em, Pre feasor.
ConBRCTion. Our "Common ftemae"
cnrmpoadeai laat week la allnding to tbe eld
Know Nothing crusade wrote "remember li7'
but a careless compositor substituted a I for tbt
4, tbcrtby making a mtitakt of four yean la a
historical faot. Such freaks are enough to reador
a Bishop profane.
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Rev. David Tatum, of Cleveland,
Ohio, a minister of the ortbodoi eoolety of Friends,
delivered al tatortttlog temperance fee-tare, to a
small but attentive aadlenoe, ia tbe Lttherea
cbireh, oa Monday oreniag laet Hie remarkt
were forcible and to the point, bat their effect oa
the audience live alone will demonstrate.
A Xkw Bishop. Tho Altoona Sun
of last week aaya that a table diapaicb to tbt New
York Vemam's Jtumnt, deled Rome, Jaanary
20, announces that the Catholic Dloeeee of Pltte-
burg bat beta divided, by tbe erealloa of a new
', diocese of Alleghtey City, Bishop Demtatt, aow
I of Pittaberg, bat beta appointed Utah op of Alio
; goeny my, ana very nev. oaa r. suigi, oi
' Altoona hat bora appoinled Biebop of PitUbnrg.
Gami ANn Kish. The Rtate Anao-
( rltttoa for the proteetloa efgtmt and I ah met at
Harrltbnrg, on Tuesday, the Mtb last. Thlrteoa
I ievtiag elubt were represented. B. A. Hoopoe,
! of Philadelphia, proa id ad. The entire afternoon
and evening wee occupied la dleaeaelagthtgam
a ana ias tf itTi en tmoaSing Worn. Tae
reaett of the labors of the towTtutioa will be pre
set! td to the Uglslatare for their oeaaldcratlun-
I at tho tarlloel moment.
C A MART DlRD KHUCATIOH. A Nil-
Iltmaa named Well, residing at Fheralxrllle, Pa.,
bat ttvsral eery lao canary birds which ht bat
given much attention. Owe of the birds bo baa
taaghl to ling "Home, flwttt Rome,' tlearty and
distinctly, nil mode tf lost navl lot Is at fallows
Be pMetd tho canary la a room where It oouM
not bttr tbe ttaglag tf ether birds, suspended
its cagt from tat ettltng so that tbe bird aoM
tee Its rtfleotloa la a mirror. Beneath the glees
bo plaord a mukeaJ bos that aa regaiated le
play no etbtr Ibbb btMlloma, Bwoot Hetno,'
Hearing at) iher eoage bat tale, aal baUtviag
tbe masle proceeded from tho bird H saw la tbt
mirror, tbt youag canary toon begaa ta oat ah
tbt aotta, oad laally aeeenaplUbod hat Mi oera
tr had boea laboring ta attain, that tf tinging
Uo sort perfectly. Mr. WaA hat beta oawtod
and refold tr for III yeUew ibreele4 aopraaa
PATROttlXC HOall MMCHAIITa.
1. It If year borne j yea taaaot Imprevt It by
taking yew meaty from It to spend tr tafoeW
f. There to aa way of Improving i pit so
math at by oneoetragUg good mere ban U, good
aohotto and good people to settle among yea j
aad tblt taaaot bo doae aaleea yon tpaad your
moacy at heme.
I. 8 need year moacy at home, beoeuse that to
where yea gaaarmUy eara H it to Foar duty.
4. Awend year bmbw at hem II will make
better merobtntt of your merchants f they oaa
will keep aesort meats aad tell at lower rates than
If the only business Uey eaa do It a tredU oae,
while tbe meaty gate la other towat.
a, Bpead yoar money at home. You may have
tome boyt grtwlmg ug. abo will tome day bo (be
best mtrebeuu la ttwa I help lay the foaadatlua
for them aow at to a duty, and may be yoar pride
ia after dajs it aay, "By my tradiag at that start
I got my sua a potltloa as olerk, and now be It
proprietor." Then yoa will think it hard if your
neighbors spend their money out of town,
tbe example aow.
f. Bpead yoar money at borne. Tou have a
daughter who may marry a merehaatj yoa will
waat every oaa to trade at that iter. Bet tbe
example aad bay yoar dry goods, groceries, meats
aad every I king at borne.
f . Bpead year moacy at homo. W hat do you
gaia by going el 1 Cvaat the coat j see what you
bare uWao at borne by letting your merobanU
have tbe ttaa. Sulkt a baleaov and see If yon
would not have beta jut! as well otT.beeldet help
ing yoar merebantt.
t. Bpead yoar money at b me. Your merchants
are yeor acig beers, your friends tbey tUad by
yoa la tiekueet are your aacoclatet) without
yoar trade tbey ttaeot keep their busineaa. No
ate re, then ao banks, ao one wanting lo buy your
property, or nettle la aad build your Iowa.
Col. V. R. Piollot, State Wttirer tor
the Pttroat of Uatbandry, delivered aa interest
ing lecture ta a large audience la tbe Court
Ueuee, en Toeeday oveoleg, tbe lltb last. Mr.
fiollot If a pleasant aad forcible speaker, and tbe
manner in which be presented tbe subject to hti
farmer frltadt should bt?f great benefit to tlcm,
tf tbey heed the advice which bt gave them. It
to a Huaeo table tact that farmer have never bad
control ever the sale of their products, bat bavt
always baea tabject to the will of the buyer, die-
potiag of tbe produett of the farm at Just snob
prices as tbt eon se mar fell Has paying for it.
Tblt great difficulty tbt Orangea throughout tbe
country propone to regutnte, ia precisely the name
manner as the merchant and meoifnetarer regu
late the price of their wares. And why should It
aot bt so? It It hot Just at reasonable to step
Intt a store and make yoar owa prions for the ar
ticles offered for solo by tbt merchant, aa to name
price for tbe products of the farm t Bat tbt
merchant will aot allow yoa to do this, and the
farmer will that I tbe difference between thorn.
Mr. Piollot betdt that a farmer should have tbe
same privilege as to accorded lo tbe merchant and
the maaatactartr f bt tbtald hart tbt tame right
to set a print oa a buehel of potatoes, a doaea tf
eggs or a pound of butter that tbe store keeper
bet tt la tbt price of a yard of calico, a quart of
motatttt or a pound of tea. Tblt to Juttlct aad j
rigbtrtad tbt purpost of the farmers ia organising
their gran gee is to meet together for mutual coua- j
sol In tblt mat tar and that bring tbtlr profession
to nn equal fbottag with merchants aad mean '
fetters ra. ' l
Train Aoehts. We learn from the
Altoona Awn that tbe Poaasylvania Railroad Com
pany will plaoe Trala Agents oa nil paaeeegor
trains waning between Pittsburg and Philadel
phia, as well aa aa tbe other reads aader their
control, oommtneing aboat tbe first of next mootb.
Tbe conductors will alto be retained, but their
duties will bt modified considerably. This in
created force It taid to be nesesaary at present,
but oa tbe opening of tbe Centennial Exhibition
tbe conductors would bt entirely inadequate to
perform the work which to at present assigned
them, end hence tht necessity of appointing as
st. tsnts who will bt known aa "trala agents."
At It to aow tbt former have their heads full in
collecting tickets, making change, auditing their
dally accounts aad mahing report at tbe efllot of
tbt railroad cam pen ice. Tbey are obliged to keep
aa account of aU tbe reoolpU and tickets between
all tbe stations en tbt road at which trains stop.
It to aow proposed to relieve them of tbe eolleo
tloa of tickets, aad eoaane their labors le tbe
running of tralat and auditing of accounts not
with aay vitw of reflecting oa tbt boaesty of
those tmpltyet, bat ta tottta tbe oaoreai work at
present required of them. Under the aew ar- i
rangenaoal ooadacton wilt be changed al Phlla-1
delpbia, Harrltbnrg aad Altooaa, la stead of ran-1
alng through from Jtreey City to Uarrisbarg.aad
from there at FUtsberg. Tbe Trait A genu will
bt changed once between J a racy City aad Pitta-
A Sauct Vagrant. The constable
of Hasten towaafalp, oa Friday last, delivered to
tbe Sheriff for nafe keeping a peeper, aamed Me
Phemon, who has speat Ave or tlx years among
the log men oa tbe SiaatmahoalBg, principally as
a beggar. Aboat five months tgo bt became a
towa efaargu, nod tba overseen of the poor en
gaged quarters for blm. Recently bt became dis
satisfied about matters generally, nnd of hit awn
volition changed hit boarding boast, lit look a
teat at the tabic of Mr. Scon eld's hotel, evidently
desiring ta let the towa aaanuriUes knnw that he
was a free maa at jot. Whoa tho tvereoert wort
notified of hit whereaboats,oao of tbta repaired
to the hotel nnd Informed him that bo must stay
where tbey bad engaged hoard for him, tad do
mended that be should accompany blm beck to
hit quarters. Mr. Pauper r fa fused to go, aad
drawing a revolver from bit pocket, fired nt tbe
offioer, (Dr. Johns), Inn hall enteriug the arm
near tbe elbow, ttrlkiag tbt bene nnd glancing
rpwnrd ta tba shoulder, whore K lodged.
Whoa tba vagrant was teaahad, the o Boers
found oa bit per oca a revolver, two dirk kalvet
nnd one Aunsfrfsl anal emu dollars tn grcontodbt
And bt n towa charge f A bystander informs at
that it was a mere aoeidcat that be did aot kiU
Dr. Joba'a an the spot. We should say tbat this
It a first okas pauper, aad aar Huston atighbort
are likely to get rid af him for tomt time, for bis
boldness aad assattlaatita proclivities.
Mild Vintkrr.--As the present
mild aad anutaal weather, for this time of year,
it tbt universal topic of ooa vernation, a compari
son, with tba mild w later t of "Mfjatfho by" may
aot bt aale tercet lag. fa UymTe temperature
wet to high that reaves enaTteut on the trout In
Jnnutry, aad birds halebed thtlr broods ia Feb
ranry. Ia IStf tba weather was equally mild,
and the maideae of Culognt wore wreaths af vio
lets and corn flowers at Christmas aad oa Twelfth
day. Ia 1421 tba trees flowered la tbt month of
April. Cberritn ripened la the same momth, and
grapet appeared la May. Ia 1171 tbe treat wore
covered with too vet In Jaanary, and the birds
batched Ibeir young la February, at lo 1171; ia
161t the same thing was repented, and U is add
ed t bet tbe corn wee tn tbe enr al fcastcr. There
was la Pre do neither oow or frost tbrougboutLaxpusvJ.
the winters of HS, 1W7, 16W, IfllT and IflflVj
finally ht 1HX, uvea in tbt aortb af tfermaay,
the etovee were but lighted, aad trees flowered la
February. Coming to later dates, the winter of
!S4e 47, when It thundered tt r.i.s en tht Sltb
of Jaanary, and that of 1860, tbn year of. the
great inundation of lea Seine, may bt meati-med
as exceptionally mtfi. -
tioNR, Tio. Another aged and ru-
ap acted tllltes af oar county bat petted over tba
river. Rebent Rosa died la Carweatvllla, aa tba
lftb day af Jaanary, 1174, aged Tf years, S
months aad Sfi days. Ma wet era to) Huai log
dee county, la KM, aad removed It tblt Bounty
with bit pereani la IS1T and-1. sand aa the well
known "Roes farm," oa the banh or the river, op
posite, the atowth of Sawyer ran, tea miles below
CtoerBeld. On tbe ttb of November, Mil, be
married Anno Harts bora, a sister It Mrs. Judge
Clyde, Mrs. Itaaa B. Segatr, and Benjamia aad
Jonathan marttbom, all af whom eerviva him,
Mr. Root tor red tbe titlseat of this county ia
tbe eepeeity af Sheriff from l3t to 11, aad bad
a a uw reus loeal aflett ceo Tarred apoa him by bit
neighbors. Ma Wis aa apright, Indaeirinus st'l
atn, holered by nil, aad awaseqaoaity died peace
fully aad happily, surrounded by a large number
of reietives aad friends. Be was followed le bt
last rotting place by a large eoaeeureo af people.
A local institute for tbe third district
af 01 sorts Id oonaty, ssmsnid af Use townships
of Deoatar, Graham, Bogga, Morris and Bradford,
will ba bold at Bigler (WiUlamsgrove), oa Fri
day aad Satarday, February 4th nod atb. . Tba
txertlfef will tens! si of Class Drill, Vocal aad
Iastrameatal Matte, 0 rati oaa, Essays, Daelama
tione, Deueles, Lectures nnd BelettRondluga. A
fbll atteadaaes of tba teaebera at tba dielriet
aad the frteodt of ednoatlea generally it particu
The driver of a team of horses be-
tanging ta Mr. tteorge click, left tbem tuadtng
fa front af CoL Owoae' blacksmith sbep, en Third
ttreet, en Monday afloraeoaj laet, aad wkito bt
wax abteat tbey took fright at a bead ear a R
Bmseod tbott aa tbe sojkaad, aad pmtlpitntoly
toft rbr botaa, Tbey wereoaptored after tbey bud
pe.sed ever eoai bill, Re dam.ge was deae s
oept tbe ocetioriug of a few bosbwtt of eora ears,
with whit tba wagms waa seeded. ' v i
' ' LwVr FUsrpJ laaw Danshxubtd the
Mswk aad fltrrret of Mluoa'e haraoet rbep.
About six miles trom Shamokln, Pa.,
no areatng last week, nevea tbltvtt sarroaaaea
aa eut-kltebcn J a farmer named II en a lager, la
which tba e a tire family were at sapper, and hept
tbem there aader guard while a number of eoefed
aratet robbed tho dwelling bouse. Heaniagerte
aarod S gaa nnd Ired three shots nt tht robbers
who were standing guard over tbe building, bill
ing onn of tbem, Philip Hughes, nf Sbauokla.
Another of tbe robbera, with whom tbey Sod, w
woaaded. Tbey wove tracked ferae veral miles to
a ravlBo, where a large quaatlty af blood oa tat
ground showed that tbey bad halted with their
wounded comrade. It is supposed that lha fellow
bis ft nee died. Mania Parrel, ont of tbt altrged
rvbbera, was arretted nenr PelUvllk. Ont of tbt
evidtnoet ar hit guilt warn bis bloody boot. Mr.
BUI maa was robbed of about 13,100, none of wblob
has keen recovered. '
Our Schools. Wo are proud of the
"Leonnrd Uraded School," and tht boys nnd girl
who have the prlvllvgt of at tending such a aublt
Institution, rigbt at their ewa doors, lo tbt sight
of their parents and frtaoda, should return n thou
taod thanks tor such tn astlmtbto opportunity la
gaia a first tUf education. Tbe Principal, Mr.
Young wan, bat rendered hit report to tbe Presi
dent of the School Board Ju lge Leonard for
tbe term ending January 4, 174. Tho total at
Uodanc during tht Uirui uaa 4JIS, 21A males tod
tl f ewa Its. . The ferceniage ol ttundanoe we
91 mulct 12, females 00. This .bows that the
youag folks of this borough are deeply engaged
la ed ore ting tbem solve, and tbey should aader
stead that tbey art iadehted to Judge Leonard,
mora than lo anybody else for the privilege. Tbo
parent and children of tba borough should all re
member this fact, and give credit accordingly.
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Clearfikld Coal Trade. State
ment of Coal and ether freight tent over tbt
Tyrant A Clearfield Division, Pennsylvania Rail
road, for the week ending Jan. l&tk, 1S7A, and
tht saint time laat yrar t
For tbe week
tiemt time laat year t.(
Previously during year ,,
Same time last yoar ,
Total lo 1876
Same time last ytar ... .
A deaf and dumb boy, named Moore,
recidlng la Blair county, killed a bear a few days
ago, wkito roam lag la tht woods, aot far from hit
fatbar't heose. Tbe boy abterred a movement
Bear the mouth of a cave, and approach lag tt aa
object resembling a bear became risible. He eaa
tloosly proceeded te the dl root Ion of tbe cave with
aa ax which ho bad la his possession and selected
a positloa where be could dal the animal a blow
as be emerged from the open log. Wbcthc cov
eted opportunity presented itself tbt boy raited
tbt wet poo and plunged It Into tbe btkd of the
bear, repeating tbe operation ee rural limes. He
eooa had the tatltfacUoa af teeing the animal
falling prostrate at hit feet. The next day tbe
bear, union weighed 220 pounds, wax taken If
Altoona nnd told. '
Jath and Dates. For tho present
year too nays ana dates or important events, aa
nivertarleeaad holidays will fall it follows t Can
dlemas or ground-nog dny, Wednesday, February
2dj Valeotiue't day, Monday, February 14th )
Washington's birthday, Tuesday, February 22d i
Shrove Tneaday, or Fatnncht, Tuesday, February
29tb Atb Wednesday, bcglnntngofLent, Wednes
day, March lit; St. Patrlck'i day, Friday, March
17th i Oood .Friday, April 14tbt Kastm Sunday
and Monday, April 16th tad Uth j Asetntioa day,
Thursday, May loth f Whit Sunday and Monday,
June 4th and 4th ; Centennial, Tuesday, July4thj
Cart, tin as, Monday, December 25th.
Wife No 19. This is the title of a
work writ tea by Ana Klita Young, nineteenth
wife of Brigbam Young, who hat brokta her bonds
and hat andortakta te give tke outside world a
view tf tbe inside workiags of Mormoelsm.
Tbe book ton tains ovtr 0o ptgas and nearly
200 Illustrations. It It a very eatortalaiag pub
lication aad thou Id reeicro a wide tireoleiiea.
If half that to related it true, It to a disgrace to
dvilixatioa. Our old friend, Wn. MoCraokea, of
Fergueon township, to tht agent for tba tilt of
this work in tblt county, nnd be detervet te got
lot af fubsertbert. Pottofflot addrest, Lumber
The directors of a Lock Haven build-
lag aototiatloa recently, a tbe grotnd that tba
prtttat prostration of business to ttritutly affect
ing tbo eemmaaity, nnd, us they say, "especially
our laboring people, of which elan ear member
ship la meetly eompooed, aad whereas, It to desired
to render ear astoeiattoa a benefit inttead of a
bardoa to oar member," adopted a reoelatioa
ask lag tbe stockholders by a vote te agree to a
suspension af tbt monthly payment of duet, from
Jaaaary M tlU the Uth of May Beit. Tblt It a
very sensible idea, and ha been adopted later
oral other placet.
Wanaraakcr A Brown, clothiers, of
Pbliadtlpble, are a rotpoaaible firm. They make
ap men's aad boy's clothing and make them right.
Their prices are remarkably low, end tht wander
to bow tbey ena bo to low. Tbe hoot of all Is,
however, tbey have but too price for each article,
aad that pries nil must pay alike. There tt at
snob thing as "jtwing" allowed. If yoa buy
there yon always kaow that yoa are getting yoar
money's Worth and nobody oaa buy
For School Directors. Slate Ru-
perintendent Wiekersham in his report submitted
to tbe Legislature at Ita preotat tessioa, any thai
teetloa I of tbe act or April 10, 1174, applies to
school director, and It Is their duty to comply
with Ht provisions. Wt quote from tht section,
nt follows :
The co morale authorities of every such muni
cipality or district shall annually, tn its otenrA e
January, prepare ana pubhsn in at Matt two
aowapapere of taid muotoiptlily tr of the county
In wbleb the stmt is situate, tf so many be print
ed therein, n statement showing in detail tbe ac
tual iadebtednesf, tbe amount ol tbe funded debt,
tbe amount of the floating debt thereof, the valu
atloa of to i able property tberela, tbe assets of
tbe torporetioa, with tbe character and a etc re
thereof, aad a neglect or feilure so to do shall bo
a misdemeanor, puwiaAaele ey Jtn not exceeding
one luoaanod dollars.
The Methodist revival coo tin tec with unabated
Cornea art lie bat a "modest, unnsstmtng cltl
tea wbo wet for two years ia tba household ser
vice of Napolaoa III. of Fraoot,
Ht-ary Stock bridge has received a contract to
furnt.h eight tbuuaaod twitch tlet for the rail
roada which will be built oa the CeateaBlal
Scarlet fever hae made It apiearaaoe la Lloyds-
vine eaa win pruneoiy tpreeu through in is place.
(emtio aisae, aua parents sooule. ba
careful that their children are not unnatMasarllv
The meeting of tht creditors oT Mctlirk A Perka
nt tbe Lloyd House, on Friday afiernoon laet, waa
not productive of anything tn tbe way of a com
promise. The firm desirvd the creditors to form n
joint stosk company and loke tbe mill property
at U0, null, at titty ernts oa tba dollar or tbiiir
claims, and rent it lo Mr. Perks at a guaranteed
lBtal. An effort was wade to get ell the tredit
ore to agree to tbt propoaitlot, wit hoot success.
The property remains tn tbe bands of tbe trustee,
Vol no dividend ba yet been pmd, although tba
at Instalment, uudrr the original terms of the
com prom lee, was doe last October,
Fatal IU'rnino. Tbe LancMtvr7n-
fefYyrweer, of Jnnutry 2flth, sty :
Thlt afternoon the el II tent of the easltrt tnd
of the city were disturbed it their dinners by on
altrm of Ire from tbe Amerlteo bell. The oeca
sino of tbe alarm waa the fated barman af a
daughter of James Williams, residing at He. 20
Hfaippon street. A little before one o'clock a tea
veer old ton of Mr. William, aamed John, had
occastoa lo go te tho cellar. He lighted a eaadle
wtta a scrap or paper waien at threw oa the Sour
bcrlrie tbt stovt where bis sister Mary aged tev
enteea or eight, wet engaged lubakitg, It
wtf several utomtuls before she discovered that
the Seme had eommenieeUd with bcr olulbing,
when she Jumped up, cried "I am all afire," and
ru.bed Into tbe yard In the rear of the btiusd to
the hydrant, and eeverel neigh bare ton. te bar
assistance. Dm. All we and Lamsoa were Imme
diately celled In, who dressed ber wounds. Her
lujortee art of aueb a character ber whole perron
ebnwlng tht effects of tbe fire, nnd many part of
it being burned to a crisp that ber recovery la
considered not only doubtful but beyond peesibll
Ity. Tbt eireumstooeet ere peculiarly sad slnee
the mother of the family died about two year
ago, leaving Mary tbt only one capable of lahieg
charge of tbo bouse aad family.
ArYFVL. The Jtrynoldnville Herald
says : A railroad aoeidcat occurred oa Mendey,
the 171b tuet, near i'eol.ld, Pe, en the Low
tirade Railroad, by whinh a young, temperate
nnd indestrlons man nf a family consisting of a
wile tnd tour children, came te bit death, whim
bra k tag oa aa til traia going teat, at Tt mil
tiding aa fell under the train, two cart tf which
run over blm, revering his bend from hit body,
ca v lag In hie breaet, smashing a thigh tnd oth
er wise mutilating bim. When first teen hi bead
waa tta feet from bit body, nnd hit lungs wart
trwarudtng oat af hi a era. Hie remains were
rough! ie ReyaolJsville tad placed tn the bud
of ntdortaher Brown, who ahiirully dressed nod
elegantly euBned Ibrm. To oar friend, Mr. 0.
H. Brown, we pro Indebted for tbt inert Infer
Bout Hon. Th lMhne ttnnbli-
eaa nays i James W. Rank It sad Nam eel Hon at,
Of PsaatlaJl, Rilled a hog tba weltped fc
peuasda, Jueepb Wilkin too, of Reward, not
beaw tbet, barug billed ana tbnfi wslgbed lap
M 9 ears.
List of letters remainlnir unclaimed
la tbt Pofteflee at Clearfield, for tht week ending
Jaaaary I4,l74t 1
Derail, Daniel -Keep,
Lita, Rmma A.
Larimer, A. II. ' ,
Oleashead. Barbara A.
Shields, D. B.
P. A. UAUIIN, P.M.
The 6nt centennial poem we have
yet taea bag las at follows; .
Btolt ve'rr liar dot sijernede Ban aar mod den,
Vert iTuaderdiearige Fribed el frlre,
Dot forte Antennae (appro Hollo og nodi go Born
Til Dnrhmagigkeilt blodlgeSvlre.
: - Bpecialt.
iin.k... D.u . thla nlu a Ilk L.
great portion ol tbe furniture, it ottered for root
from tne rim oi April oeau sua nuusu uw
A Ai ..U....J .lAlU. nA ll
other nooesaary outbuildings. Parties deelring to
rent snouiu eppiy aoou in onir w ii nn
the March term of court. A least will bo glvtn
for four or Avt years lo eult parlies. For frios
apply to CAHI'KK LKIP0LDT.
ClearAeld, Pa., Jta. l-2l
No Dainoa Tou.. Tbt under Ignt-d bercty
give not toe ta nil tuttomert on the east aide of
ilo rlvar who wish lo hove their milling done at
tuy grist mill, that I have aamed lo pay the toll
on tbo upper, or Market Mreet bridge for ell wbo
rass over it for milling purposes.
Jan. IV. 7o-8t B.BIUW, Jr.
WN, H UK I I'M LOCAL.
Knickerbocker Suitings, worth 7 rrnU f
AO eonta, Just received, a great hargaia. -
Blankets, blanket la great variety Jusi,
Closing oat good at bargains.
Dee. 8, 1475-tr.
T. A. Fleek A Co. hart this day received a
lergn stock of new goods lor tbe holidays, which
will be sold low for cash. dec. fi-tf
New Drest Goods nt FLECK A CO'S. det.l-tf
New Musltns at FLKCK A CO S. dto.fi tf
New Qlnghamt nt FLECK A CO S, dee. I tf
ITaU and Bonatts, at reduotd prices, at FLRCK
A Ctt'd. det.a-tf
The first thing you do when yoa come to town,
ia to go to FLKUK A CO'S. . dce.fi tf
' . A Vmtt Worth knowing;. .
Art yon tolTering with Consumption, Coughs
Sertrt Cald settkd on (he Breast, or any disease
of the Throat and Lungs ? If so, go lo your drug
gist, C. D. Watson, nnd get a bottle of Boer-nan's
UutMAl Bvnur. This medicine hat lately brsn
int reduced from Germany, and Is telling an fts
own merits. Tho people trt going wild ore Its
sorotss, and druggists all over our country are
writing at of Its cures among their customer. It
you wish to try It superior" virtue, got a Hample
Bottle for 10 cent. Large fits bottle 7 cent.
Three doeetwill rt litre any tarn. Try It.
atop that Couch. Dr. Morris' Syrup ol Tar
Wild Cherry and Horehound It guaranteed to
core eought, told, boarsenoas, or any disease el
tbe throat. Inngt or ebntt leading to consumption.
In toss time than nny ether preparation. Nothing
that we bare ever told eels ee promptly and wall.
It curat croup In a few miautes and to the beet
known remedy for whooping oougb. Contains no
opium nod to pleoaaat te lake. Congb worn tie
time, whose lunge are racked and torn with par
ft i y ssns, find sure nnd speedy relief from tts use.
Trial site, 10 cent. Sold by C. D. Watson,
Clearfield; P. Onrley A Co., VYilliamegrovei T.
H . Foreey, O rah am ton, and P. Moyer, kylertown,
Pin this en your collar when yon come to towo,
end don't forget te tall and examine Fleck A
Brooiae Fob Ralx. R. Newton Shaw keeps n
full supply of Fred oo in Boggles and Platform
Wagons for salt. To he teen at the Sbnw Houee
yard. Call on or addrest blm at Clearfield Peon
ay Irani a. may lS-tf.
41 lb. N.iI..M of bi. graoiir.tbrr, Mr. i. II
Holt, of Mo.h.oao., P.., q. J.nu.ry 1.1, 1170,
J... Boll UillllHl, I.I..1 m. .1 Jobo K. d
M.r; Id. (lillllud, ifri It o.lh. od III d.jt
rut cwicxno am auxr-WBtTaaa wxilwat
Bra brace aader eaa management tht Ore at
Trunk Railway Llnct of tbcWKSrnnd NORTH
WKrtT, and, with Ita a matron branch u nnd
oonnoetlone, forms the sherteet aad quickest route
between Lflictooaaa an point ia ibLinoit, w 11
roiitiu, NoRTWian Micaiaxu, Mirmtaov, Iowa,
Naaaatat, CtLiroanu nnd tbo Warn an
Omaha tnd California Line
Is tbt thortett nnd best ream for alt point la
NoBvaann IbLinota, Iowa, Dakota, Nbiiaiia,
Wroaiio, OoLoiAno, Cvab, Nivada. CsLiron
ia Onxooa, CamA, Japan and Acitbalia. lu
Chicago, Madison & St Paul
I. th. .boruat Mo. tat !totn Wi.com .
Miui, ul for M.dhoh, St. Pl.t, Mi
mapolis, UtLUTR a.Q all nulnu In tb. UrMt
M Inona and St. Peter Line
Is the only route for Witonx, Borttntvaa, Owa
to Hi, Mabbato, St. Pitbb, New Elm, and all
poiuto tn Southtra and Central Minnesota, Ita
Green Bay and Marquette Line
It tht only lint for Jawmvui.u, Wavxhtown,
Fonn Do Lao, Osntosn, AcrLnron, eneew Hv,
RsOAHAIA, NlOAt tna, MABiil'BTTB, Uoi tnTON,
Uahcock and tht LAtaSirnuioaCotnTitr. lu
Frceportand Dubuque Line
It tht only route for aVom. Rocaronu, Fbbb
reaT, aad all peiaU via. Freeport. lu
Chicago and Milwaukee Line
It tht old Lakt Shore Route, and to tho oalv oat
passing through Kvakbton, Lakb Fobbst. llion
LAun Pana, WArtXMAX, Hacimb, Kkbobha to
Pullman Talace Cars
an no .11 tbrongb Inin. .r tbi. nmi.
Tbi. I. th. ONLY LINK rtmnioj lh.M0.rtb.
I.MCkirinlgl. Pul, 1'blMf.uil Mllw.o
ko, r Chicago M4 Wloona.
At Onsoba oar 8lMp.ro .oanMt with th. r.r
laai HImmh oa tho llalM Pa.lt. Hailrmul r.r
all pinU Wort of th. IliMoorl Hlror.
Oa lb. arrival of lb. rraio. from th. BaM of
Hoath, lb. trala. of th. Chicago A Nortb-WMUr.
Hallwa, LSAVK CIIICAliO a. folio..:
for C.uarll Blarta,Om.ha an. Callfomla,
Two Tbrouib Traloi o.iljr, lth I'ollm.o Palaoa,
Drawing Hoob and Bli.iog Can through lo
for HU Paol tB Mlnnoapolla, Two
Through Train, a.llr, .lib Pallaaa Palaoa Can
aiuohod oa both train.,
for tint Hay au4 l.ak. Nu.trlor, Two
Traloa dail,, with Pallinaa CalaN Vara aUaobod,
and raaniiig Ihruugb to M.riuoit.
fur Mllwauh.e, Fuur Ibrough Tr.la.d.ll,,
PullMaB Uara o. Bight train., Parlor Chair Carl
oa dar trains.
for uparta anf Mluona aad poinii la
MiaoMola. Una Through Train dallj, with
Pullnaa Hl.rp.ro lo Winona.
far Ihiouqu., tit Praoport, Two Throogb
Tralaa dailt, with PullmaB Car, oa Bight trala..
for llubuqu. aud l.a Croaa., ia Clinton,
Twa Throagh Tralat 4allr, with Pollmaa Can
o. Bight traia to UoUrogor, Iowa.
KorHloal I'll, Md Vaiihlnn, Two Train!
d.ilr Pallniaa Can to Mitwart Valla, Jua.U'va.
fer Lah. O.iirra. Four Train, dallj.
fur btocafort, BHerllnit. H.notha. ttnn.
Till, uti othor poiata, job hi ban froa two
to l.a traia. dailr.
Maw York OBm, N.. 41A Broadway Boatoa
Olloa, Na. t Btaia Htraoti Oaa.ha Olnoo, Iti
Parabaai fltrwt, Baa Pranolarn Oflloo, 131 Monu
goaiory BtrMt I Chisago Tiekat OIBom I US Clark
HtrM, aadar Dhoreia. HnaM eornor Canal and
Madiaon BlrMit Klaal. .Iraat Dapot, Mraiw W.
klatU and Caaal Htraat. W.lli 8T-.1 brpot,
aornor Wella aad Kiatia Sipmu.
for ratM or loformatloa not attalnaMa fro
yttl boaia agaata, apply t.
W. H. HTaaaarr, M.ar.t Ui ouitt,
Oaa, Paw. Ag't, Chlngo. Saa. Bup'l,
Jaa. It, UJH Cbiaago-
4 DMIN18TRATOH3' NOTICE. I
NotlM ia h.r.br glr.a that Lallort nf Ad
ral.lr.Uoa .a Iho oauuo ml t. H. UAPFKHTV,
raft af Pa. wwa.bi,, Cl.arR.ld aounty,
Pa., dMMuajd, having baa. dalt graBM ta lha
BodaraigaMl, all axHM lodabud lo ald a.tata
will ploaM aiaka laimodiato ptyraont, and IhoM
having alalm. or und. will prarant tb.nl
proparly Mtaaatioawd for aettl.maut without
dolay, . J. B RACKKRTV,
JUI1.1 fLln N,
Oraaplaa llllli, Job. II, '76 tl Adm'ra.
Nstiee hereby given that Letters of A.I
ministration oa the potato of M. W. UltYUKR.
late of Lwrnoe township, Clear! old Ooanty, Pan
deetiaaed, having boon duly greeted to the nnder
HgnedfBil persons Indebted to said estate will
pieMO mahe ln mediate peymsnt, nod thoes
having el aims or demands will pressltt there
properly nn then tlat d for eattlemvnt wthnnl
dolay. f RAMCKe) ANN iNYPKA,
Olenrleld, Jan. I, 1H7 it. Ada's.
Jen Parrosg Pres. J. P. Binn, Cnsbler.
CiirwenATllle II a ok,
A niherieed Capitol .11 Off, 00.
Paid np Cnpiial M MO.
(attviane rmtt f irtfteit iam )
JOBS VATT0S, r. fi. A. FKT7.EH,
A A HO If W. PATVmtt, Hon. af. J. HQYT.
He n gewnlee noohieg Wuinenn, AreeanU
Cnrwontt llle, Pn. Jan. If, 1 ?. v
IS IT TOTJ
Who lild thtt you would like lo get inch Clothing n Cilj
People weir, rather thin tht vholtsall goods com-
monlj told ? Thli will tell you howlo do It
Th. vary laraa Ineraa.a of our b'ltlnaaa atlowa ua to maka
k 1IIU lOWil WLI Of PrIICtl.ANO
You Can Save Enough
- ' -In buying lull at Oak Hall
TO-PAY FOR THE TRIP
from anywhere In thlt County to tht City of Philadelphia,
nod have a day of aight-ssslng btsldee. Wanamaksr s
brown ttand by thlt Statsmant, and to will
you afttr ont trial.
"MJ ba reiv
tht floods wt tail!
far Man a nova.
retail. Wt btarne Ill-will w any one, and siate this only bocauat soma
dcaUrs sail poor ocb as coming from our Reuse. To each of our custom.
rs ws are rciporuihlc for anklet bunaltl oi ui. lly our plan of Tkksiing
tht righi 4MM4 of the saatariais on our goods, no one can bt misled as St
' " """ 1 I miiB I I- 1-l s .-.1 .t-.diT TV
is given, that
any where, arid
alio, that the money will b paid back
w lines, o any reason, to raiuia uia
whtrt tin Ittrt hi.
Philadelphia. It Is a torn building. I he tire of four ordinary store, ami ia
on the &mith.,eM cottier of SIXTH-b IXTll-blXlH-SIXT II
SlXI H-blXTH and Marksi Streets.
Thoaa wh. Mnnal
1. lha Cky.
to the itajirese Co. on recemi of goods, and tha privilege of eiaminins them
la allowed before paying. Where good, do not pleasa, wa will reiiiro the
money and pay ih opreiaagr K.l lo PhiUdclohia.
rW iktuU (V turw t tu mt mt m tki bmitilimj tew "r '
M jwh rnttr. .
WANAMAlFR X, RRHWN
ir iiiui.iiiiiLa.il w iiivrri,.
TYRONE t CLEARFIELD BRANCH
ON and aflor Monday, DKC. (I, 1?5, tba
Paa.engar Tralat will run daily (ateent Bun-
daya) batwMo Tyrono and CltarUald, at followa
W. C. Irwik, Conductor.
Outoola Ill I'l, "
Cloartl.ld ll.ti, "
Omola t.07, "
Tyron. ft.la, "
CLEARFIELD BXPKUH8, '
W. B. PLoaaia, Conduotor. '
thrAVK I BIIUTII." "j " LbAVK NUKTH.
Tyrou. M..f .00 p.
Ow.ol. i.20 "
Ck.r6.1il..r. ... "
Pblllp.burg., (I 30
OMaula. . '
Inunoctinn.. 7.60 11
Tyron 1.0T ,(
BAIJ1 BAOLE VALI.ST DHAJtCH.
llpT Mail. " Mall. Kip.
r. . . . T. w. . u.
Hi t.bi ItaroTyrona arrWa 1.06
7 Ol H II. Id Kagla 1 11 II 8
7.44 V.1.7 Jollaa "
I. 10.16 Miltlbarg 6.10 11.46
111 10.40 v Ilrlltfunla . 6.00 1137
I. 16 10 611 Mllrtborg 4 44 11.16
a.oi 11.1 Howard 4iv una
II. 41 12.6 arrlro L. Ila.au lo... 1 16 It.ltO
a a hi wan o.
a u wa.Tw.an.
1:16 Pltt.harg Kip'ta,
, 1:41 Paella Kaprett,
1:1! I Way Patrngrr,
l:4l! Mall Traia,
Pbila da Kaprau, 10:30 1 Paat Lina,
PIIILIPFBima 1 MOBHASNOK BHANCIItB
On and after Mnaday, Oetobor 2!tb, 1875, Ao
MBModatia. Traloa will ra. orar tha Pbillpt
burg and Me.tianno. Ilranrbet, aa followa i
LKAVK BUt Til.
A. B. P.M. P.M.
Tit! 11:11 4.J6
, 11:66 4:16
1:61 I 0:10 1:00
Ml 10:41 1:11
M 111:41 111
Ml U:M 1:16
1 11 111:68 ::
ISi 11:01 1:36
PARE FROM CLEARFIELD, TO
Ballrfont., P. I! 05 1 M Id Jl.lown ....:.... 15 (10
Look UaraB...... I 7. Marialta. 160
Wim.roirnjrt- 1 0(1 Lanoaator 181
Uun(.oJ.,n .- I 80 PHILADELPHIA 7 06
Lawiatowa. S 90 Altoooa...H,,.,H.H I 81
Mary.rlll..- 4 60 John.lown I 80
AHKI3UUKU I.. . laifll'lKbUKU 10
Cln.o eontiactioo. mada bv .11 tralna at Trron.
and Loek llavrn.
B. 8. BLAIR,
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
LOW GRADE IHVIRION.
Olt and aflrr Monday, Droanlar 37th, 1875,
lha pa.Mngr train, will run daily (cirapt
Bundar) brlwrc Rd Bank and Drlflwood, aa
EAUTV) AHII. II.. Mall karat rill.burg
8:25 a. tn.l RihI Bank 11:60; bligo Junrtlnn 12-8
Now Brlblrh.ni 1 p. at. Mavtrllla 1 : 1 1. j
Troy l:3 Hrookril a 2:0 Full.r'1 1:24 i B.y
aold.rlllt 3:45 DuRni. 1:1 4 i Bummlt Tnnn.l
1:31 Ptnrld:6 Wtadvill. 4:1 v llonmtle
4:44 arrlrot al Driftwood at 5:32.
WI'.KTWARft. Day M.lllraro. Driftwood
11:25 p.m. I Uraarrtta 1:14 1 VVrad.llla 1:31:
r.nll.ld I II; aUininilTunnrl3:l8 Hullol. 3.10;
Rrvnoldrrlll.:06 : Foll.r'.ll ?4 : llnokrill. 1:611:
Troy 4:13 i Maytrillt 4:36 1 N.w Retblrt.ni 4i48 :
Hligo Janrtion 6:20 Red Rank 6:45 i arriraa at
Pltuborg at 1:55 p. n.
Clot, eonaeetlim. made with train, on P. 4 K
Rallroad al Dritt.ond. and with tr.lnt on the
Alltgheny Valley Railroad at Rod Rank.
IIA.IU BIcUAKUU, Uen I Blip I.
A A. Ji a.oa. Hup't L. tl. Dir.
AGt. NTS rlANTKIWMM. wonrn and
vluldrtd lo sell goods. Caattiimltl frisk .
flao't be beat, 3$ Oaois. Unrnutn's Wonder, won
derftil, Ji oonis. Johor Trieh the boss Inch 16
oeots. Commanding llsll, gM"l, 2b ocot. Maglo
Trick oarde.enolutig, 1& cants. Magis Ageoards,
anniiiag, sou is. fortune lulling otrd, 'Jit eonis,
Jurj,itigcr.rdt, pleasant, S.Set-tils. &II eotnir ioiij,
IA era i a. Views of the Centennial buildings, itiV
oeet. Uuitlo lur evary pai.on Hire. ugh I'buadnl
pbla and the t'enlenniat Hullding-, 211 rntls.
Also, the H'trs Hnse i'nwkages, Ul..ss Cutu-rs,
Nrn-dle Ibreiidt-Ts, ehrvnioe, jewelry, etc., liy
wborfHole nnd reta.l. Hnd li cants ati'l stamp for
eanple. Address, hwVKl.TV MAM FAl.iLli
INli CO., llerineiitown P. O., Philadelphia, Ha,
Jan. IV, '.8 -ll" i . .
Joufph H, Drering and ) In tbe Court of Common
othorset.nl. Pleaa of OlearRald Co.,
rs. No. bUl, Jan, 1., I70.
K. 0. Miller. J Dnsarstlo attajhment,
fly virtue of the above writ, I have attached ns
All that certain pleeo of land situate In Hell
town n hip, Clearflolt) eoonty, Pa., hoondrd as fol
lows i Usgionmg nt n post) tfarnee by lends
eonveyod tn Uodlrvy Weaver south one hundred
and lurty-sif pernhea to n post ( thence by lend
sold to Daniel Htshel west one hundred nnd
eighteen perches lo post ; tbenoo by land conveyed
le Henry Weaver north one hnndrd and forty,
alt perches to n poat; tbanre by land of Win.
Weaver eait one hundred aad eighteen perehos to
tbe plaoe of beginning, eontaimng one hundred
and one acres end ninety eight and four-tenth
perehre, and tbe usual aMowaiio., being part ol n
larger sarvry on narraat ho, bill 9, g ran tod In
the name of Henry Uerh, and patented to John
41 ret nor, palont dairxl tne lta dav or Uraeewibor,
A. !., lHO.1, rvourded in the Hecordsr' office of
Lycoming county, in ded book (1, page .' X, Ao.
Also, a certain piow of land, oontaiitlog one
bnndrrd and two acres and thirty -I wo
Serehi l ttiro or Iras, being part of tract
lo. eV07, surveyed In the nemo of biekllannd;
Urifliili, and situate in lisll tuwoabip, ClsarOclJ, '
eonnty, Pa , begtrnlng at a post tn the division
line tiwlwctn aaid tract iNo. 6Vo ( tbenea north
f hi weat ercbts to a post ; tbenoo north 1 4
eaet HI perch to n hemlock tlitoee sontb
east HA jiureliss to n hemlock tbenoo souih 1
east 121 p(Thei to said di via I on mo tbenoo
nJnng tne seena south li" wost 143 pcrohsa lu tbe
pleoo nt beginning.
Alao, hi that evrtaln pleoo of lsnd ail o ate In I
Knoa townahip, t'leorDeld euunty, 1'n., beginning
nt stones Sua iti o tnwmhjp rod etnl vomer ol
lend or levid Cethcsrt) ihenee South oti west'
til 8 IP porches to post Ibeaoe south 24 east
217 peieliea snore or leas t post on line nf land
of Abraham Walker f Ibeorw north 6MB enrt Ul
po rebet more ar lees to red oak (down) corner of
ltehert W barton nnd Ueorge show iwrveys ( thence
north lii" saai V perehos snore ur lesa to post,
tbenoo north M wvst lit) porckrs more or lesa to
posi on bank of lltsie Clear Laid Ureek thanoe Hp
the Saiae tbo several eoumS and diUancea there
I of to post oeirner of land of D.vl.t llethuart
I ihonor south e east 21 petbee to sioaes nnd
I lore ol beginning, etjDiainmg xee noies more or
ess, aid bring parts of two tracts or atirvetjs in
name pi ievrfct htpCarat-ck end MtrKarel Mr
Ai.e, ell thai set tela traot or pleee nf land
i wbivh was touveyeri by Yi. C. Pinvr and wil te
J. P. Irwtn, by dat4 dated K member Id, A. D,
I U7n, at i uata in the hor-rag h of Otoerflold, hownd
of what wt asll we manufacture our
sobm or thaw la our own builutaf.
art wsil cul.erwsd andnnnhsd. They
upon, Storckserrsrs out of tbt cliy
us wlbsn tltsy say iny nil our goods,
keUsU. but connna ourselves to
pries to acquamiaooei aad itrsnftrs.
pefjile and tuuuiry people mual
With each ankle sold, a UuarunM
lbs Pries is aa low as ll tea b bought
thai ina quality is aa rrrs.mu ;
in full, II purchasar within 10 daya
goous, uaworu. i
Till, is important indeed, becatne. unprincipled
psoitis having atom In Philadelphia,
hrftit our njjns, cards, advcrlitcmsnu, and
uip sirsiifivita un m aivrwri, w'trrvaa..w ....
aUtut where the store ia, so that thty ma aril ihrir
counterlcU aouds. '1 her la bol one Omh Hall In
inn Sirecl, mUJH irnnemi
WS send patterns of matt rial and prices by
mail when requested. Persona can have
made-up rootle sent by biurets, by send
ing their measure (we furnish eaay diteottom thai
any one ua nuturo by,) and describing roll
ad aa followa: Brgi.alog at m paat formerly on
banh of tba Sutqurbanaa rlrar aa yuu doaoend
th. aana, being tbo original oarnar of tba
(arm. of O. L. Kwd and M. 8. Ogdeu thanoa
down .aid river nurth 70 .a.t 117 feet lo a poet
th.nea aouth 21" e.t 4nl fwit ta . poat t thonea
by landa of M. 8. Ogdea, aonth Ml" waal 117
levt lo tha original line betwren aald larm.i
lliooea l,y tbe aaina toulb 2HU eaat 222 fa lo
Third .tret; Ibenoo by .aid Third .treat aoulb
02 wr.t V7 l.et to aa allry ; tbenoo bv aald alley
n.rlb IH weal 613 8-10 foot to Hirer atraali
Ihrnca by aald .traot north 75 aa.t 100 fart to a
port t Ihenee oortb 20 awl 60 fret to a poat aad
plara of beginning, annlalnlag two acrce aad
alily..ia percbea mora or lo.a, and barlngalarge
two-Mory plank houaa and olbar oulbuildiagt
Alto, the uodivldrd ona-lhird part of two
thkrda of Iba lullowiog traola of land I One
thereof tl uaia in Hu.lon luwn.blo. Claarltld,
county, Pa., brgtnnitig at a pit.h piaa eornor of
troolt No. 44iu, 6307 and 6310 ; lbnce north by
tr.et No. l;i7 throe bundrt-d aad twenty perohea
to . rook oak i tboooe wart by traot Mo. 41104 Ira
Buoured and twenty. four perabca to a brialooki
thrnc Bnuih by trat No. 4301 three hundred
and twenty perebaa t. white piaa , iheuaa aaat
ny warrant o. 44Vv flro bunurad and twoniy-Bra
perebeo to plae. ejf brginning, eontaliilng Bine
auuaraa aou ninety a:r.a ana aJiowaooe, and
which waa oonvo.rd bv Chetter Miio.on aad
wife, Joba NorrroM aod elbtre by died I. Lather
uuca, Jatooa Mitcbtll aod a. u. Miliur.
Al.o, th. undivided one-third part of tha twa
third, of tbe following traot of land rttuata IB
Ilueton Ivwn.hip, Clearfield aounly, Pa: Ona
thereof being .urriyed In pur.u.ae. of a warrant
No, 4104, btiund.d on Ibo north by land &t Head
ing, Ft.uer A Co., on the eaat by land of Dodge
and albert, oa tha aoutb by lauda af Loratne'a
aetata, ou the 'Wr.t by laod. of John Vu Bolt,
eontaimng 0,1.1 acr.t and HI perohea and allow
anor. Tbe other thereof boiag eurveveil tB pur.
uauoa of warrant No. 41011, bounded on tba eart
by land of Lorame'a aatate, on tha north by land
ol Dodge and olhara, touih by land of W.ererA
Helta, aod oo tha wr.t by land ol VY. A. VYallaM,
aonlaloing 100 aorta and alkwanoa.
Clrarteld, Jan. II, '78 .11 Deputy Bherln.
1870. WHERE SOW? 1870.
To MICHIGAN, one elMhs foremost, floiriib-
ing aou nsaituv States i
To btrya fABht ont of the
One million Acre
of Boo tnrmliir lands fur sale by the UKAND
KAi'llM A IMHANA K. K.
Strong Soilsa Ready Markets. Sere Crops. Oood
br hoots. K. K. runs through eentro of gnuit.
Settlements nil along. All hinds of Products
reioad. Plenty of water, tiesber nnd building
materials l'rioe from It to 10 per nere; one
iwnrth down, balance on line.
nT-8enil for tllustratod panihlet, full of taots
and llgures, ana bs eovinrd. Addnes
W. A. 1IOVVAKO, ComnV.
Urand Hapids, Uth.
P. H L. P1ERCK, fiec'j Land Dep a.
"STEWART 4 BLACKBURN "
1) K N T 1 S T S, ,
tiirneiisrlllr, Clrerfleld Comity. P.nn'c.
(Offloe In Gstfs' Now Building.)
Curweniville, jan IS, 1MB ly.
The owner of n Arst-otaai farm Id the lower
end ns the eonnty Is deal roes of eiehanging It for
properly in this borough Tbe farm Is well Iru
lirovcd Bo an res of which are nnder enlilvation,
oroliard, water, etc For further Inlorotllioo
a-l-iresa the editor of (hie Journal.
Clearfield, Jan. s, 17 0-U -'
From one million to l,4on,DI0 frot of No.
1, 3 end S pine hoards, 11. U end IB feet in length,
to be delivered by raft or cars lo Pitt burgh.
Payment to Iw made ns follows t Part cash and
part In good eiiy pmperty, ns may ho agreed
upon. Hide to he nddrrssed to
, 1W.LLOX nJlGTIIKiia,
lWlh Want, Plttabiirgh, Ta.,
oral not hank, Ilo Hm It!, field street.
1o. I, IK75 3m .
TKAZ1kUM "CKNT ENNlAf7 ' "
A biiok enntaining over Niily laauttlul Ilttu
Iratluna of Kibitiitln Uulldmgs, Kslrmnunt
I'erfc, Independenen Hall In I f in nod 1871,
Cur prater' Hall, ttlrard t'ollego, Me'nnie Terq
ple, Cathedral, nnd all ether places ol nlereet In
tire toiwaolal (Jity, with hlalerieal sketnboa of
ra( li, and n couipt-i.tlium of nil oth'T lulrmatoti
ahat.retely tndeiienhle ft Ibo C-nteentel Vie.
Iiin, wbo rtvghi to sun he binsell thoroughly
familiar wl'h its ertnteut bafore visiting the Kg
biniiUn. ient neywltarw by return of anil on
icontpt of pries, 1 wemy em I. Address J"bn W.
Pre net, Mo. 1 6 it North IHib Hreet, Phlladelihla.
llig trade diaconnt toenrmtry dealers, Jsnl2,'7o
f r Coofli, 6roriff, tt.
1876. WIIi'TER. 1876.
WM. REED S
Dry Goods Emporium,
DRKK8 00OD8, : .
' ; TRIMMINOB,
MILLINERY U0OD3, . .
I1081BHV ARD 8I.0VPS,
, FI'BS OP ALL KINU.1,
CARPRTJ) AND OIL CLDTHK,
ltl'118, MAIn, pKraOET,
WINDOW PA PES,
WINDOW CT'HTAINS, '
WINBO" riXTURK.9, .
' WALL PAI'IR, lo., Ao.
, Tho lorgest assortment of the
above nnmcd g(M)ils in tho comity,
nnd Belts for ensh. Remember,
buMcraiiri eggs taken in exclmnge
for goods. Receiving new goods
I 'OPERA' IIOUleK,
;;: room.no. 2.
' CtMttaM, t. WM. 1
1 1 DEALER IN
., ' '.AND
Improved Spring Beds
MARKET (TltEKT, MAR P. 0.
Tbe undersigned begs leave to Inform the elti
a a a- if Clearfield, and the public generally, that
ho hal on hnnd n I no assortment of Furniture,
such na Walnut, Cheat rt at nnd Painted Chamber
Unites, Parlor Suites, Reclining and Ritensini
Chair, Ladies' ar.d llimts' Rasy Chairs, tbe Per
forated Dining and Parlor Chairs, Cane Peats and
Windsor Chairs, Clothes Bars, (Map end It ten
sion Ladders, Hat Recks, kWibblng & rue hae. 4o
M0UI.DINU AND PICTIRI PR A MRS.
Looking Olnsssi, CbroBos, At., which would be
sultal'le for Jlnliser prents.
dealt Tl JOHN TROUT M A V.
OVHR AKD LOT FOIt SALE.
Tha llmi.a aarl Lot on tba artrBarof M ar
te.! aar) f.ftb .tra.U, Ure.rt.14, Pa I la ht aala.
Tha lut ftoatalB. aearlv an aere af around. Tha
h.uta la . lanf. 4awtil fraaaa, erBtftlnlag wHt
ruutaa. For Irrna Burl other l.farwjia,o. fl,
to the aubeflrlHtr, ml tba Paat OHO.,
(.or II P. A. OA HUH.
Ion Pinn or iveex SMCBif
troaa-atlj ,ra'd at Wn .Bo.
fEW OPENING. . .
BOOT & SHOE '
HAT & CAP
ROOM No. I, PIE'S OPERA HOUSE,
" MAKKKT STRKKT.
A full Mil alapl.t. aataritaabC of ftav fuowa
ana new atyiee, aow. be
"HAKD PAN" PRICKS.
Clllten, are InvIM t. Mil and .lantlna ny
atoca and juiiB. for theinf alrr. aa lo oaalitv aoM
prioeo oi giKHia.
' i . . '
JOSKPH 8. BIIOWEKH.
Olaartald, April 14, 11)74.
QIIANGK OK PROPRIETORS.
The undersigned having purchased the store
goods and property formerly oconpicd by Levor
F legal, on Sscoed atrest, Clenrneld, adopts Uis
method of bringing his business to tbe notion of
tbe publie, nnd promises to furnifb his patrons
with the very best quality of
BOOTS & SHOES, ,
HATS & CAPS,
nt eieeeding low rates. This I am enabled to
do, heeense I hare no rent to pay, nnd onn there
fore divide the profits with my customers. It
may be sold that this is nn si peri meet with me.
bat If selling n good article for n low 6 gore en
tices custom endeipands trade, I am bound to
succeed in my undertaking. Uiva me n eell, ex
amine sny ainck end learn my prices.
To my largo stock of boots nnd shoes, hats and
capr, I hare Just added n full stock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
which I will sell nt the fery lowest figures for
ensh, or In exchange fr country produoe, nt the
BIGltBST MARKET PJtlGH.
Call end emmlne my stock nnd prloos before
pair basing elsewhere.
Clenrneld, April 11, U7s. . .
OOT AND SHOE MAKING.
JOSEPH II. DEKKl.SU, oa Mark. rtrwt. I.
Shaw't Row, Clrarteld. Pa., baejaet reeelvad
In. lot of Prouoh Calf ikina aad Klpt, tht
beat I. th. Market, and la low pre pa rod to aaan
aihotur. atarvlhing I. hia Una. Jl. Mill amr
raat bit work lo ba a. rapraaaaUd.
Aleo, all kisdiaf Laaibar and Shmm Flndinft
Tba altiitaa af ClearAeld mmi viataltj mn
raapootfullj Iarllad to giro hia . .ail.
Wert dear at abort aatloa. Ttllllv
The Bell's Run Woolen Factory,
Penn town.hip, Claarfleld Co., Pa.
" ' titf not ' '
BURNED -:U Pi'
TheBuhseHhers have, at grant si Dense, rebuilt
neighborhood necessity, In the ereetlnn of n nrst
elass Woolen Manafaotory, with nil tha modem
Improvements attached, and are prepared to make
nil kinds of Clothe, Csssimeres, Hatmetta, lllaa
kete, Vlannels. Ao. Plenty of goods oa hand to
supply all enrold nnd a thousand new customers,
whom we nsk to some nnd e lamina onr stock,
e The business of t v
VJARULflU AflU rtbLilAtf -
will reeelve enr especial attention. Proper
arrangements will be made to receive and deliver
wool, to suit customers. All work warranted nnd
done upon the shortest notice, nnd by strict atten
tion to business we nope to realise n liberal share
of publie patronage. .
10.000 POUNDS WOOL WANTED!
We will nay the hiibest market itrice for Woo
nnd sell oar manufactured goods no low ns similar
goods can be bought In tbe eouotv, nnd whenevei
we lati to render reasonable satisfaction we can
always be found na borne ready to make nroner
explanation, either In person or by Utter.
J AS tab JUUABUtD BUNH,
prlliotf Dower P. 0.
81 PKR8EDKD BY
ttlVlOHT'm PATENT METALLIC
Katie of the best Mallea
ble Iron, and ta attached .
to Ibo llameebythe beat
' Snep ever invented. It -
is easily and quickly put
nn, nnd prevents the
whipping of the horses
y "o Po1- kot Hahlt
i to gel ont of ro)M(r. l
Will last for years. All i
' we ask is a fair trial, te j
convince ell parties ns-
Ing them that they are ,
unsurpassed In value for
the purpose tor wbiob
they are intended.
Clenrneld, April li, 1874.
riTTsn( H;li, pa.
For upwards of twenty yearn the lending busi
ness College of the United Ktatf s, afford a unequal
led advantages for the thorough, practical edacn
tlnn of young nnd middle eged men. Htudenta
ndinltted at nny time. For circulars address
J. C. PHI Til, A. M ,
TheIRtN CITY C'OL.R(J K" Is Hie
eoly Inatltiition of the kind In this Hty that we
recommend lo tbo pnldie patronage VssAtie
riam Hftmr, Pintbutyk, Pm, Sep. IS.TI Am.
Nolle. 1 1 hareliv girt. t. th. pahlia and .11
partiM Inlrrottod, that application will aa aiada
at lha preer.t tetiio. of tha Hlate Ugitlatar. to
paaa ao art repealing an Act of Ar.etnhlv, ap
proved lha Sid, da, ol March, A. D. Ir, and
tha aupplrmaBt approved th. Id day af April,
A. D. lail, rrlatlna to tha aollmllaa of l.iu la
tbnulfClee4vlr. CI.AhK BROW.N,
T. A. MMIKK,
Attr.t i II. U. floonktltiiaa,
Wlark. . , ;
rntaRitt.toBrrt Offlrr, '
Clrarlrld, Pa., Jan. IV, 'Tt.
J. It. M'MUItltAY
wh.Ii mtpriT tou with any article
01- MKKC1IAN OlhR AT TI1K VKIIY LnWEilT
PRICE. COME AND HKE. l'71r:)
NEW 1 WiSHINGTON-
Cat l. dtOfV Par Ua, at kaaaa. Term fru.
M aVU AJdr.M.Sriaaoa 0, tmr.
read, Mminm. janll-ly.
. . gtisrrllaiMeui.
HARTSVYICK & IRWIN
' V CLEARFIELD, PA.,
i KALE KB IN
PAINTS, 0115, DYE STIFF
VASNIRBIS, : 1
r AMT 800DH
. TOILET AIITICLLS,
Or ALL KIKS8,
PUR S WIXE3 A Kli Liq VORSt
for aedlelDal purpoaaa.
Truatee, Hupportart, Bohool Booka and Statloa.
trjt and all other arttolea aaually
- found I. . Drug Stor..
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CARE
Pl'IiLY CuMPOUNDKb. Il.ria. . larn .1.
pariaaaa Jm tha bualaaaa thtj aa. glva ealira euU
J. O. HARTPWTCK,
JOHN F. 1KWI.N.
Clearleld, Deoanliar II, 1174.
BIGLER, YOUNG & REED,
(Soeoeseors to Boy n ton A Tonng,)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
fOETABLE & STATIONAHY
Corner of Foarth and Pin. BtraaU,
HAVINO angagad l.'tb. maanfaetura of flrtt
elaaa MACHINERY, w.ranieclfnllrlaform
. publia that wa ar. low prepared to III all
irdart aa abaaplj and aa promptly aa eaa ba dona
la an, af lha cltlaa. Wa atanufactura and dU la
Malay and Circular Sa-jr-Milla
Bead Bloekt, Water WhaaU, Bhaftiag Palleya
OuTord'a Injector, Sloaa Oaugaa, StaaB Whlttlaa,
Ullen, Tallow Cupt, Oil Cnpt, Gauge Cock., Air
Coeka, aloha Valvaa, Check Valvar, wrought iron
Pipaa, S'.eaa Paaipt, Boil.r Food Pampa, Antl-
Fnetioa Metraa, Hoap Stoao Packing, Qua Paek.
a, and all kind, of MILL WORK J together
with Plowi, glad Solea,
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES,
mmi etb.r CASTINGS af aU klnda.
nV'Ordara aollcitad and IUmI .1 n.
All kattara af laualrv with ilin,M ..l-n..
of oar ataaafBotara prsaptly aaawarad, by addru.
lag a. at uiaaraeld, Fa.
Janl74-tf BIOLBR, TOUNO A RKED.
FIRE CLAY CO.
CLE AE FIELD, PA., .
FIRE mtlt K,
Furnace Illocks. Gas Cclorts,
Stove Linings, Paving Tiles, tic,
Vhimnry Topi, Window imp;
All kino's of Architectural Adornments.
ORIGINAL DKSI0N8 IN TERRA C0TTA
MADE TO ORDER.
With Improved aarhlncrv. Irtt alaa. M.i.rl.l
aad tklllod workaaa,w. can warraat all aar
aaaufacturae to. be equal to If aot tnporkr ta
any In tba aarhot.
ArtlcLa af onr aanufactura eaa ha earn at tha
Worht, near Railroad Depot, or at tha Hardwara
Stora of Powell A Uorgaa.
AU .rdm froa a dialanca, addratwd lo lb.
General Suptrlntend.nl, will receive prompt at.
J. n. rarthwick,
JOHN PKRIH SON, Grn'l Hupl.
af llrathleld, llarnkirk, Scotlaad,
SopL Manufacturing Dept. BayQ'7l
ERRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
Stnvo Lining and Fire Brick,
ktpt WBitaatly a. kaad.
ST0E AXD EASTnEJI-WARE
OF RTERt DESCRIPTION!
CHOCKS! POT8I CROCKS !
Plahar'a Pal.nl Airtight Keif . ftrallnw
BITTTKR CHOCK., with lid..
CREAM CROCKS, MILK CROCKS,
APPLE. Rt'TTFR CROCKS,
FLOWER POTS, PIR DISHES,
And a great aany other tbinga too aaatroaa t.
aentloa, t. ha bad at
- FRED'K, LEITZINGER'S
STONE - WARE TOTTERY,
Cora.r ol Ch.rrw aad Third SlraMa,
CLKAHFIELD, PA. augl
MARBLE A X "sToYg I'Xr D !
Mrs. 8. S. MX) DULL,
navlng angagad ia lha Marbla buiinait, datlret
to larora kar rrimda aad lha pul.ll. that th. haa
now and will keep ooaitaatly o, haad large and
wall aalatM Block of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARDLE, and It preparad to faml.h In ardar
BOX AND CRADLE TOMSK,
Curb, aad Poata lar Caaty Lata, Wladow
Sllla aad Capt, alto,
BI RIAl'. TARI.R AND WASH STAND
TOPS, Ac, Aa.
aVTard an Re alrMt, a.ar lha R, R. Ittpar,
171LL1AU M. 1IKNKT, Win
V T ar ana Paura aa. ScaiTanaa, LUMBER
CITY, Cnllertiona aad. .ad aonoy proaptly
owld avwr, ArtMloaW agremilrat and dMda .1
4WvayMM IHtly .avewtrd aa l warra.td ma.
rarl ar a. aharga. WlytR