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SACKETT & SCnilYVEB,
ut aaMfbolirm f
Tln.Coppcr & Sheet Iron Ware,
Having largely In"" k ' H,M;
win, we Invite the publlo to eaaiaine or Mock
Onrp mim aad pereea. wke .onleplate hand
ing will do well to eiamino our
TOOLS ft BUILDING HAKDWAKB,
wkleh It now ud of lh boot Banofnotore, and
wiU bo told low foroaih.
All klod. of Benek Plane., Saw., Chlnlf, Bqnaree,
Hammer., Iletoheta, Plnrab. end Level,,
Morticed Thumb Oaagei, Bevele, ,
Braaeo A BilU, Wood end Iron
Benek Sorew., and tho boot
Boring Machine la tho
Doable and Single Bitt Axes,
POCKET CCTLKRT, Aa.
Agents for BurneWi Iron Corn Shelter,
Alio, agent, for Rleherdi'
GOTHIC FLUE TOPS,
wklok effeotoallj euro Smokj Finn.
Farmer.' Implement, and Garden Tool! of ever?
A large variety of
which we warrant to giro satiafaotloB.
Portabie Range and 3'urnace.
-ism Ron fin, fl mint in and Job Work don B
reasonable terma. All orders will reoetv prompt
attention. Jane U, IB?.
POWELL & MORGAN,
II A It 1 W AUK,
Al, Maaofaet.rer.of ; .
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
ARMING IMPLEMENTS of all
kl.di for lale
rOWELL t HORQAN.
T AILROAD WHEELBARROWS
tot fole by
POWELL A M0BOAN,
QIL, PAINT, PUTTY, GLASS
N.IU, He., for lale bj
POWELL A MORGAN,
ARNESS TRIMMINGS 4 SHOE
Flodlngi, for lale ij
POWELL A MORGAN.
Q.UNS,PISTOLS SWORD CANES
For al. bj
POWELL A MORGAN.
gTOVES, OF ALL SORTS AND
Bltoi,for aal. by
POWELL A MORGAN.
r RON 1 IRON 1 IRON 1 IRON I
For lale by
POWELL A MORGAN.
ORSE SHOES A HORSE SHOE
RAILS, for ealo by
P0WRLL A MORGAN.
pULLEY BLOCKS, ALL SIZES
, Aad belt Haaufaotiro, tor aal. by
POWELL A MORGAN
IMBLB SKEINS AND PIPE
BOXES, for .ale by
POWELL A MORGAN.
G. S. FLECAL,
PHI 1,1.1 PSIHJBC, PA.
HARDWARE, BTOVES, HEATERS, RANG
ES, WOOD AND WILLOW WARS.
AND MANUFACTURER Of
TIN, SHEET-IRON AND COPPERWARE,
Phllllpiburg, Centre Co., Pa.
thoi. . uraa&T.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, Clearfield, Pa.
BRANCH OFFICES la difTortat parti of the
The followint Old aad Reliable Pira. Accident
8 took and Lire Inmranc Companie repraanto
lttuB North Britiib k MercantllaFir
In. On., of England $28,000,000
loflft Hcottinh CominerQial Jfir Inn.
Co.. of KnffUnd (gold) 10,000,000
1794 North America Fir I durance
Co., of Philadelphia M 4,700,100
1820 Fire Aneiatin Fire Iainraoce
Co., of Philadelphia .. ,1A0,
M PhnnlK Fire In. Co., N. Y--.. 3,200,000
18T Wfttertonn Fire Ine. Co., of N.
f ., laaurei farm kuHdin; only TOO,000
1171 Amimn Fir loiuraaoe Co.. of
1861 fork Stock Innuraftoe Co., of
Penna Inenretbortai. Ac T5.000
1874 lUrtrord Aoeldent Xniurano Co
of ConnMtiul.M S00.0OO
1H4T Peaa Matual Life Intaraooa
Co., of Penniflvania 5,000,000
ISflO Mefrupoliien Life InioranooCo
of Nkw York 1,000,000
Total capital 07,000,000
Ptnoni In the country d miring tnnranee, oan
he It promptly attended to by calling at the
oftee or adrlreteing at by letter. ImarancM ef
fected at the loweit pnaelbl rata, to be obUlnad
in nm-tiiH eompaata. no vompnm rtprt
eaftrf waioAmaae Awmtnli,
The above two life lntan.no Co.'l. retrtentd
by T. H. Mnrrar, hare paid out in each, between
the delator Aug. 1871 and Aug. 1X74, io the
frlendi of dwtenffj policy bolder In I bit aoanty,
the mm of 1 J, (.
Provide for the futara by I attiring your hornet
and yoar llrea la lb Wt Draaob Ineamao
Agency. Mt'RUAY UOKDltN,
Clearfleld, May 20, 1H76. AfenU.
FULFORD & THOMPSON,
OENKHAL INSURANCE AO K NTS,
J ' Clearfield, Pcnna '
Reprent all tb leedlng Fire laiamoo
Companiei ef tb country i
Hnyel Canadian '.
Horn, New York , ,
Lvouming, Munny, Pa w ,
Phientl, Hertford .......
lUaover, N York
Horn, Col , O ...) ,
. 1,3 1
, 1, 4(1,11.'. 6
Pertoni about eflWflng an Intarann on prop
ertr f anr kind, abould call at oar eflHee, oj
Market ttreet, oppoeita tb Cmrt lloua, and a
our litt of enmi antes and ratal rffr totnring
JOHN II. FULFOKD.
T. W. THOMPHwN.
Claarfteld.pB., Oei, 17, 'li ly
10MK AND SETTLE.
Ilaving taken my brother Into partaerthlp, I
datlra ta have my aid twointi slotwd. t there
lore give nolle to all wbe know themselves in.
dehtod to m t coma forward tona and nnu Bp,
bo that we tea take a nw departwra.
Oiaarfleld. Jly 14, '20-11. P. M. 0ARD0N.
J Ei tii COA 4 home. Tenai fra
Addram.tt. Htibbob A Co., Port.
JJrB Coodn, rorrriri, (ft..
UAVI NO EFFECT
I km aware that thare an font persons lltlU
bard to pleaas, and I am alio awara that th
complaint of "herd tlnaa" la wall algh universal.
Bat I am to situated now that I eaa aatiify tba
formar and prove oonoluiWely that "bard Umai"
will not affect thoaa who buy their good from me,
and all my patroni fhall ba Initialed Into tb fa
ir rat of
HOW TO AVOID HARD TLJIES
f have odi enouab to nnblr all the Inhabl-
tanU In the lower and of the county which I fell
et eioeedlng low rata from tny mammoth more In
If ULSONUURU, where I aan always ba foand
ready la watt a pun Bailors and aupply thorn with
Dry Goods of all Elnds,
8uoh M Clothe. Batinatti, Caselmsres, Muslins,
. Delainaa, Line, imuiagi, ushoo,
Trimmings, Ribbon a, Lao.
Ready-made Clot hind, Boots and Shoos, IlaU ud
Cap all of the beat material and made to order
110SC, OOCII, uivree. Mimui, mk t iuuvu, v
URUCKKIKS OF ALL KINDS.
Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Rice, Moist, Ftih, al
Fork, Linseed uu, run uu, uaroon un.
Herd ware. Queenawarr, Tinware. Casting, Plow
and Plow Castlnga, Netli, Hplkei, Corn OaJtira-
tor, Cider 1'reeaes, as a an ainua 01 am.
Psrfumary, PalnU, Vat-Blah, Glaas, and a genera
asaortment oi stationary,
Of different brand, alwayi on hand, and will be
old at tho lowait posaibls figures.
II. MeClaln'a Medicine, Jayne'i Medicinal
Hoatetter'i and llooffand' 1. titers.
5000 Bound of Wool wanted for which the
hitoett arloa will Be paid, uiorereeau on Dana
and for tale at tba lowaat jnarae. pnoa.
Alao, A rent for BtrattoaTill and CarwaniTltl
tott.Cell and tee for yonraelrea. Ton will and
everything usually kept in a reUil a to re.
L. M. COUDRIBT.
Frenohrille P. 0., Anguit 11, 1674.
t. P. WtiTl-
W. W. BBTTS
WKAVKIt & Iti:TTN
An olerlnf , at tke .Id itand of 0. L. Rood A Oo,
tboir itoek of goedi, oonilitlog of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS A SHOES,
HATS A CAPS, HARDWARE,
FLOUR, FEED, SAXT, &o., &o,,
At tb. soft rouonabl. ratal for CASH or la
axebang. for '
O T' 1 TJ 3 ni; 1..
OlUOJD XiiUUOr, XJUOiUO, UUiUglDO,
OR COUNTRY PB0DUCI.
AdranoM Mad. to tboM .ngaged la got,
ting out aquaro timber on the molt adTantagooui
N. E. ARNOLD,
Arnold & Hartshorn.
J00OO SB-Inch na.e4 Milnglta.
JOflOO poaad. t Wool. ' 4-
PutlM katl.g loag Bblngle. or Wool for ellt
or) will da well to eail oa no. Tb. k I, hoot mar
k.t prio. paid at all tinea.
AIM, . full aad eonplrt. .took of ,
HATS & CAPS,
IIOOTN A RIIOEB,
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED,
which will be aold at rea tooth le prloai. or ai
ehanged for iblnglai or wool.
n. c Annul!.
CurwaniTtlla, May 0, 1871.
Down! Down II
THE LAST ARRIVAL
AND OP COURSE THE CflEAPEST I
A Proclamation against High Prices!
WB ar now opening np a lot of the beet and
mot seasonable Good and Wares ever
offered la this market, and at nrioee thai remind
one of the good oia aayi 01 oaeap tningi. I boa
who lack faith apoB thli point, or deem oar aiie-
gauoot sapariaous, natd but
C1LL JIT OIA STORE,
Comer Front and Market streets.
Where ther oaa sea, feel, hear and know for them
telvea. To fully nndentand what ar cheep goads
tbi matt u dona, wa ao not aem tt noeary
to enumerate and ttemla oar stock. It it onoagh
for bj to itat thai
We have Everything that is Needed
Bad consumed In thli market, and at prieat that
astnatin ootb oia andyrtung.
deolO JOHKPH snAW A BON.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
HOSIEUT & GLOVES,
HATS A CAP8 and BOOTS A BI10E8,
Tobacoo, Oroceriei and Flth, Nalti, Hardware,
yaoeatwar and uiaaewara, Meo a aad
Doyt' Clothing, Drnge, Paints.
Oil. School Books,
B large lot of Patent Modiein,
Caadtts, Nats A Dried fruits, Cheats and Crack-
art. Hock and Hid Powder,
Floor. Grmto and Potato,
Clorar and Timothy Head,
Sol Leather, Moroaeoa, Lining, Binding! and
lareM, nuoemeierr loon ana
No greater variety of goodi la aay iter la tba
ooaniy. ai, iov isi very low for tuk or ooaatry
produce i ins uneap uornar. May 1, 1070,
JvJEW BTOHR A.ND NEW GOODS
JOS. SHAW 6i SON
Hi, . juit opened a
Niw Broai, on lUIn Ht.,Cii.ariiLB, Pa
Ulalf oocupled bj Wro. P. IRWLN
Th.ir atock coo.i.tiol
LE) Hi "SX QK CD CD UQ at
Gaociaia. of th boat qa.llty,
Qokensware, Booti and Shoes,
nd .T.rt irtlol. aoua.rT for
;(!' ; r , ;
' ' ' ' on'i comfort.
Cat! And .lamlo. our liock btfort fn
cbaalng l,.whr.. Way J, UM lf,
JIINTICKa)' A CORTAHI.KJI VISM
W. bar. pri.tod . larg. Mbor of ta. m
fki alba,, an. wiu a tao roeolpl of twoat
Ir. hn, Bail . eee, M aav addnaa, B,i
WBDNBHVAY HORNIRQ, JAN. M, lltd.
THE OLD PAPER MILL.
They may alng you lay of all that It bright,
la the blathiog mera and tb star-lit nightf
lay Ull of wonder eyond tne ae.
Of fragrant (lower they may wbleper t tbaaf
But I'll ilng yoa a toog with right good will,
On yoa r ne ar beard of tba old paper miU.
It tt there yon will tea the garment old.
Of tb gentle maiden and eu Idler bold,
The fragment of linen tb rich asaa wore, '
And tba etmrter ragi that poverty bora.
Tt.geti.er napa up like eome mammoia niiij
witnin tbe wau or tna om paper mm.
And there they an waafaed, until wblta a now,
la thaaleantlng water thee old ragi grow;
When aext they appear they're a pulpj rnaaa,
Whtoh It tpread on roller of ate I or braat)
Than aoan it will be whan enowy ihaet All
Tb large pre room of the ale paper milL
And ther you will BnJ.la thli dreary llfv'ifpaa,
Heaped up together, tba actluM of mam
Some are dyed deeply with guilt' darkaithva,
Other are pure, but alaal they are few,
Together they mingle, toll earth to All,
Seeming Ilka ragi io tb old piper milL '
Put are man oaa reach bit bright home abora,
Ilia soul mutt be filled with sorrow and lore)
From aught thai oan ttaia each thanght must ba
And ba bcoma pur In word and In deed.
At rparkliog walert from gurgling rill.
Or taow. eboeti la tb. old papar mill.
S. J. Utfarf.
8TRANOE PACTS 1NC0NORI8B Till OKIAT
LKADKRa OP '61 AND II1I RKPRE8BN
TAriVI HIN Of TO-DAY...
Col. McCJuro,tho editor of tb Phil
adelphia Timet, recently paid s visit to
Washington for tho purpose of look
ing after Contcnnial matters, and w rites
the following interesting letter which
wo clip from his journal of tbe 6th in,
It it well now and then to turn
back to the shattered landmarks of
tho past and take note of tbo ravagos
ol Time's relentless scribe. A full
decailo has written its rocords sine I
bare boon more than tb casual and
hasty visitor in Washington. For its
whirl of fashion, its struggles of ambi
tion, its superficial, fleeting honors,
and its unsatisfying, unreal, and otton
fatal fruition of brightest hopes, I havo
never had inclination. When war
came; when fathers were smitten;
when mothors wore widowed and be
reaved ; when children were orphaned
with helploesness added to sorrow, duty
to others, wbicb was then duty to
country, made mo familiar with tbo
inner sancfllnries of powor and brought
me reirrotfully clono to tbo idols we
worshipped. Thero wero fucos and
forms visible everywhere in tb Capi
tiki city thou which were fumiliar to
all. Tho sad countenance of Lincoln
was unveiled to tbe peoplo, and his un,
graceful gait was roeogniied on tbe
street as he hurried to and from the
army headquarters, the War and, tho
Navy and the State Departments, un
conscious of tbo gaze that followed
him. Tho nervous step of tbo great
War -Minister might thon bo seen as
ha sought the counsels of his chief, or
sent a holiday soldier to tho front by a
wav of the hand or toss of the head.
llo fashioned armies as if by magio,
and hurried them upon each otber to
reap in the terrible, harvest of death.
it was lite for country, and he paused
not in tho sacrifice until rebellious
armies perishod. The polish grace and
stately form of Chano, with his genial,
intellectual sunshine and unselfish pat
riotism, ruled among the money chang
ers, and taught thorn that national
honor and credit are the first attributes
of national life. Stevens,"grand,gloomy
and peculiar," fearless to a fault, able
above alt his fellows, and always faith
ful even though not always wise, was
tbe commoner of the Itepublic the
one position that was never attained
unearned. Wilson, sensible, practical
and safo rather than profound, a wise
counsellor in the now Issues for which
the statesmanship of tb world lurn-
isbed no procedonts, was tho leador
who calmed the conflicts of passion
and ambition and recalled men to fidel-
ty. Howard, the brilliant, plodding,
hopeful dreamer, whoso visions van
ished only to norvo him for tbe long
and bloody conflict, was tbo diploma
tist of his ago, and mastered tbo scieno
ed schools of statecraft ol the civilised
orld. Those, with scores ot others
upon whom tbe nation leaned in its
sorest trial, havo almost ceased to be
missed in this ever-cbanging panorama
of political greatness. I looked down
upon the Ronuto to-day, and was star-
tied as I turned from cbair to
chair only to meet wkh strange
faces. But 1 had forgotten that since,
tho coming of those men in 1861, well
nigh half a generation has passed from
the earth, and tbe sands of the glass
run as ceaselessly in high places as
among tho lowly and unknown. Of
all tho mon who will be remomberod
as of those who buildod wiser than they
knew for the discnthrallmont of popu
lar government, but a few remain, and
thoy are bowed and furrowed by the
waste of years, Hamlin is still in his
place, but when I recall that twonty
yoars have hastened by since, in the
old Senate chamber of Clay and Web-
ster and Culhoun and Buchanan and
Benton, he proclaimed the resolution
of his State to the coming supremacy,
it is not strange that his eye is dimmed
and bis step unsteady. Cameron an
swors Senate roll-call as he did a third
of a century ago, but bo approaches
bis four-score year with visible sunsot
shadows gathering about him. An
thony is yet here, but withered by tbe
frosts of many winters, and Sherman,
younger than his fcllow-veterana, has
lost tho fire and elasticity of bis bril
liant leadership in the House two de
cades ago. And there the ohaptorends,
All, all of those whomado up the memor
able Senate of 1861, sav thefewl name,
havo passed from tb scones of thoir
groalnoss, and few are among the liv
ing to see the fruition of their work
Tbe younger Bayard worthily fills his
father's chair, and the Cou federate
warriors Gordon and Ransom sit faco
to faco with Bruce, the dusky bond
man, who reached the full stature of
ciliscnship through the flame ot bat
tle that discomfited them. The carpet-bagger
still lingers over tbo deso
lation be has wrought in the Common
wealth h mocks in the name of free
dom, and shames the Sonate with each
returning day, as he struts about It
awkwardly crowned with Its withered
chaplots. One by one they fall un
wopt as tho reconstructed Insurgonts
take their places, and step by step, hko
lh advanc oft groat army, lb Dem
ocrat and the Independent answer
where wer beard tho voices of men
who forgot country in blind or corrupt
partisanship. Two speak for th laid
ofsttady habits; one slU boaide Conk
ling i another is tbe colleague of Cam-
. . mi, . air.. .1- .
iiron ; anoint nut iue piaeo ui u uuu ,
another foreshadows the futo of Mor
ton ; another tells of tb revolution In
Michigan ) anotbor reflects the pro
tests of Minnesota '; another hours tes
timony that Wisconsin will not bow
to the party yoke ; another tolls the
story of Williams' ovorthrow in tho far
Northwest, and from tho Qoldtui Stato
comes the fuarless admonition of Booth.
Of all tbe original Lincoln administra
tion only Cameron, Wolls and Blutr
survive, and Cameron fitly sUtnds alone
in lb party lino, Buch ar tho changes
of fifteen- years; such the lossonsol
I turned to tba llouso to note how
time and tba mutations of political
conflict bad thoro done their tlovpluss
work. As it is approached every
avenue to every door is crowded by
anxious throng. Now peoplo gaio at
you at you puss, and tbo unrest of hope
deferred writes Its story on the strange
faces which greet you. Jhey conic
from ovory clime the emptying of tho
long-muaitled Democrutio oxen, who
have trodden the parly corn and oome
for reward ; tho Now hngland Yen
kooj tho Western Hoosiurand Sucker;
tho sturdy disciple of Jackson from
the Keystone Suite; tho far North,
westerner, who has beard the music
of the Orogon ; the rollicking advon
turerfrom the sun-sot side of the Rocky
Mountain the subdued Confederate,
broken in purse and straggling for
bread ; tho negro, jostled from post to
pillar, as be seeks somo menial place
as a reward for political defection from
hit race, and, among them all, forget
ful woman crowding towurd the now
altar of powor to plead the cause of
selfishness or necossity theso aro tho
nictnros on the outer walls. And in-
sido thoro is a sea of unfamiliar faces.
Hero and thoro is one to bo seen like a
plume in a mullitudo, as the whitened
locks of Banks, or Bluine, or barficld,
or Kolloy, or Lawrence, or Wood, or
the former Federal, later Confederate,
and now again Federal Representa-
lives, Asbe and Faulkner are noted.
Randall, next to Kelley, tho oldest
membor in continuous service, bas been
kindly dealt with by tbe flight of years.
Tbe seat of the ex-Confederate Vic
President Stepheus is vacant, and it
will remain so until its weeds of woe
shall tell that the long, halt has come
to a life of strange vicissitude The
"man and brother" is alao among them,
as tbe bright yellow facos of Rainey
and Small testify. Robbins comes af
ter nearly a quarter of a contury of re
tirement to learn anew the duties of
legislation in a new ball, under a new
order of things that bears every im
press of revolution, and without one of
bis old associates for compauionshhp.
Of all th members of the House, not
half a score witnosaed the first throos
of the now departure of 1861, and few
have experience in tbo councils of tho
nation. A pale, apparently wasted
form rises from the Speakers cbair and
calls tbe man of God to tbe needed
prayers, and next the rare of bombast
and buncombe begins. Korr soon
wearies under tho pressure snd Hol-
man is called to tak bis place, and
tbe buttle of political pigmies goes on,
each dreaming that forty millions of
people are standing in awe and rever
ence for his achievement in passing
somo clap-trap resolution, to wring tho
ithers of bis opponents and point an
editorial for a village organ. By-and-
by tho keen tost of the hustings will
give way to sober duties, and then we
shall see what mannor of statesmen
he political revolution of 1875 bas
;iveu to tbe oountry.
A. K. M
TBS CASK STA TED.
sooner was it known that the
Democratio party bad elected a major
ity in the prosont Congress, than the
Radical press began to offer sly Insinu
ations that tbe "robol" element in the
llouso would do some terrible thing to
destroy the union and fraternity of the
States and tho poople. Those tlate-
oients were insinuated for months be
fore Congress mot. When Mr. 8pcakor
Kerr was elected, and "the rebel ele
ment" acted so wisely and prudently
on the Louisana question, on tho first
day of tho session, the Rudicals found
it was necessary to do something to I
excit tho Southern mmtmt. Gencml
Sherman wa sent to tho Yankee din
nor at Now York to insult and threaten
tho Southern men by his, diabolical
speech in which bo said, if a Southern
man bos one single opinion of hostility
to us, we will overrun the South ten
times worn than before.
Then Blnino undertook to "flro the
Northorn heart" by a speech in Con
gress that is only remarkable for it
fulse induction and it effort to rekindle
Then Morton, in tbo Senate, begun
bis attack on the Democratio party in
Mississippi, by a proposition which
outrages every principle of Stale
rights, and destroys every vestigo of i
This it tbe "case staled," and th
facts are beyond question. If, then, a
8outborn man with ono "opinion" dares
to express it, tho whole pack ol negro
Radical hounds set np a full cry of
loyal disgust at tho treason nf tho
rebels because one of their chosen men
utters one opinion of dissent from tho
negro Radicul sido of the, case. It is
idle to talk about union, fraternity,
trodo, buslnoss prosperity, a return to
good times, when Sherman and Blaino
sock to rekindle sectional hate and
war, in order to elect, or rather to
forco Grant on the Northern section as
ths first dictator on this continent.
With a blcoding, prostrate country,
with thousands of its bost citizens idlo
for want of work, with all th indus
tries prostrated into tho dust by reason
of the ignorance, stupidity, and soo
tionnl hatred of the Grant party, alter
it has had control of the legisla
tion by Congress for fifteen years, we
think the crime of Sherman and Blaine
ought to have a suitable reward.
We hava for montns told tb Democ
racy what was to be expoctod of this
Radical negro party. We have stated
to th whit mon what thoy ar to ox
poct from uniting with a party that
bas sacrificed tb welfare, bappino,
and prosperity of tho white race in
tbis land to secure the support of the
negro. Now that tho DomocraU In
Congress ar preparing to restore
prosperity to the peoplo, Sherman and
Blaine seek to ro-opon the war and
bring baok all th distress and trouble.
iThis Is th case stated. Philadelphia
O. A. U.
THE KNOW NOTHING EGG
, GRAND 0PPRTUNITY OF THE
CONDENSED NEWS OF
(IRAKTS OAMS A NSW OATH-BOUND
SECRET Ot'IITr TO MUID1JI WITH
POLITICS ' AND HIMIIION fRKSIDINr
ORANT A- MEMBER Of TBS ORDER
TnB OLD KNOW NOTII1NQ 1(10 NRW-
Tbo Now York Herald has publlsbod
an astonishing exposure- of a now
secret society called the Order of tho
American Union. ' The order was or
ganised in 1807, with tbo avowed pur-
pom "to disfranchise Roman Catholics,
and to prevent them from holding
political office" .
Its national government is called the
Senate, wbilo the State organizations
of "government" aro styled "State
Legislatures," and that latter are
dividod into lodges or subordinate or
ganizations known in the Union as
The order hat for its aim a decided
and persistant, social and political war
upon all Roman Catholics in this coun
try. It is to oppose the extension of
the church of Rome, tho prevention of
Catholio citizens from holding office,
and for the purpose of carrying out a
settled plan of campaign tn favor of
the election of Fresidunt Grant for a
Presidont Grant is a member of tbo
order without doubt, National Deputy
Edgar initiated Grant privately; also
Postmaster General Jewell.
8. Y. Foster says General Grant is a
member of this secret order, having
boen privately initiated. That is true
according to our information, lie did
not namo what order, because ho was
oath-bound not to roveal the name.
When pressed by a Herald reporter ho
fell hack on the United Ordor of
American Mechanic. There is no
secret about tho existence of this latter
order. Every directory of every city
publishes it with tho names of their
councils, and places and days of moot
ing. Besides, no man can be privately
initialed Into ine onier out in open
lodge. No other secret order has
Tbis O. A. U. is a political and stu
pendous secret organization. It is tbo
only ono that admits privato initiation.
The national doputy, Suite or county
deputies can initiate any person private
ly, and secretly assign them to a coun
cil. This is done to get into the order
"big guns" who do not raro to be in
itiated in the presence of many wit
nesses, so that if you charge thorn with
Doing members of the order thoy de
ny it, and if tho members ot the ordor
charge them with not being members
thoy say thoy are. It bids fair to be
tbo most dangerous, most complete,
and powerful organization in this or
any country. It to already ruled by
most consummate politicians.
The Herald gives a full list of the
officers of tho organization known as
the "National Executive Committee,"
as well as the constitution, passwords,
socrot signs, aud grips of tbe member
ship, and allogos that ax-Senator Blaine
has lately been privately initiated.
Th Herald says editorially ; "It is
among the evils of President Grant's
administration, arising from the viola
tions of tho Constitution which have
niarkod it, that we should now find
ourselves in tbe presence of a secret
association aiming to control tbis ooui)
try 'in tho interest of freedom and the
Protostant religion.' The fact that
sticb a society exists under the patron
age of the President is a painful event.
That it docs exist thoro can scarcely
bo any doubt from the disclosures wo
print elsewhere to-day. Thisoxposure
comes to us from good authority. W
viva it for what it is worth. It shows
a secret oath-bound association, spread
throughout many of lb States, based
upon opposition to tho Roman Church
and for 'the defence of onr libortios'
against the Papacy. It is the old bus
iness of Know Notbingitm and Native
Americanism in a new shspo tho
aftermath of that pernicious harvest.
It .comes in a more dangerous shape,
because webeliove tbe President is the
only Chief Magistrate of tbis Republio
who has over willingly eonrted an in
fluence like tbis, springing from bigotry
and hatred and seeking its purpose
through intrigue and darkness. It is
a fruit of the samo tree which has given
us Casarism and ostracism and fanati
cism. It is among the phenomena at
tending those violations of the Consti
tution whiuh began with tho illegal
appointment of a Cabinet, and which
thus far have ended in tbo dismissal of
an oflicor of th Government for doing
his duty in enforcing the law.
"This secret society, so fur at it it an
expression of a political ambition and
so fur as it would foment religious
hatred, is an evil of the greatest char
actor. The only way to strike it down
is for tho Independent press to treat it
as the physicians would a cancer in
the system, ths genoral a mutiny in
tho army, or a ruler a treason in th
Stalo. It must be rooted out and made
Infamous. Unless it is arrested it will
permeate every voin and artery of the
National fume and taint, it with cor
ruption. For there is no corruption in
a free government so deadly as that
which aims to control public opinion
and t affect tb destinio nf a great
peoplo by midnight Indgo meetings, by
arming creed against creed, by appeal
ing to the dark niomorios of tbo past
for political cries and party platforms.
In tbis aspect, thorefore, the exposure
wo mako to-day, whilo an evidence of
political disease, I also an admonition
to wise men to unit and eradicate It
The time has long passed when politi
cal campaigns in America can bo
fought upon any platform of ostracism
or fanaticism or of religion debased on
political ambition. W commend th
exposure to the careful attention of the
patriotic, and trust that our people,
without distinction of party, will strike
down this latest attempt to control tb
liberties of tbe country by agoncies
which aro only strong becaus tbey
aro dark, and are only to bo feared to
long at tbey work through secrecy,
treachery and fanaticism."
THIS SPIRIT OF PARTIES.
If tba peoplo of tho United HtaUa
dream that tbey aro to havo a qulotand
evenly oooletted election for President
next year, thoy might as well divest
themselves of the Ides at once. . If the
Democratic party suppose they aro to
be allowed to moot tb Republicans in
an opon, honorable trial of strength,
let them hasten to be undeceived.
In ordor to understand the relations
between the two great partios in this
country, it is necessary to consider the
spirit which actuate- each. Thero
may be plutfuruit and conventions,
speeches and resolution without num
ber, but underlying all, and governing
all, is tho motive power which boldt
thorn together and luspirct thoir con
The motivo which actuates the Dem
ocratic party is the wullaro of the peo
ple everything iu it tonds to this one
object.' Tho motive , which actuntet
the Republican party Is the love of
power, jm aim, as a party, is w uoiu
possession of the Government ; and tbe
aim of bvery loader in It is to clovute
himself as bis highest object. Tho
Democratio party, in accordance with
its supreme object, employs only poaoo
ful methods ; it action is necessarily
open and above board ; its fundamen
tal principle is, that tho majority shall
rule, but that the welfare of all must
be considered, even by the majority.
Tbe Hopublican party, in accordance
with its supreme object, scruples not
to employ any method that will gain
it; its loaders do not hesitate to com
mit any act that will keep them and
their party in Kwor.
The leading Idea with the Demo
cratic party is sovereignty of tb peo
ple; with tho Republican, sovereignty
of tbe Republican party. Tbo former
acts la subjection, to tbe government
and laws as their gnurdian ; the lat
ter put government and laws in sub
jection U it as its instruments in tbo
ultaiument of . power. Tbo former
iroverns by moral suasion, tbe latter
by force. .
Tbe contest between the Democratic
and Republican partios is different from
any that bas ever before boen waged
in tho oountry ; for by whatever namo
other parties have been known, or
whatever principles they professed,
they hava met each other in subjec
tion to tbo Constitution and law, and
decided their contests according to the
broad Democratic principle that, the
majority shall rule. The Republican
party ignore this principle, and doe
not admit the right of a majority to
rule it out of power.
Tbe Republican are preparing to
fight the contest on this principle Tho
first thing laid down is, "Democrat
must be defeated."- Themnjorily must
not bo allowed to stund in tbe way.
Money, monopoly, the military arm,
tbe navy, official influence, religious
influence, intimidation, Imprisonment,
all are to be brought to bear for this
object. Deception, treachery, fraud,
ballot-box stuffing, counting in votes,
repeating, cheating,buying votes, way
laying tbe mails, publishing falsehoods,
gotting up outrages, as fhr as they can
be made, useful, will be justified by
them on the plea of tiooessity in op
posiog"disloyalty,to the Government,"
This spirit of intense hatred of Demo
cracy, and fear that DomocraU will
get into power tb largest part of
Grant's third term capital. ! Radicals
will go forcentralization, one-man pow
er, Csssarism, Crantism, anything that
will crush Democracy, knowing this
spirit that actuate them, discerning
men saw the third term question rising
even before tb second was decided.
Numberless propbeoio can bo brought
to mind of thoso who warnod the peo
ple to crush (rranliqrn before it beoam
stronger. The Democrat must be
bold, fearless, and aggressive, and meet
tho common enemy on a common
ground. Right is on our sido. We
must and shall vanqnish the subtle foe
of law, order, and good government
On.tlion, with your armor, and damned
be he who flinche in this the hour of
the nation's peril. Washington Tele
gram. ' '
Speaker Kta Best Man
quite fair for so many paper to attack,
deride and condemn Mr. Morrison, the
new ways and means chairman, before
bo bas evon called his committee to
gether f 'The Herald calls biin (he is
from Illinois) "tho wooden-beaded Hoo.
ier," "incompetent,'' a "small, obscure,
wire-polling politician," and applies to
him other disparaging and contemptu
ous epithets. This is conspicuously
unfair. To condemn a man unheard
and without trial is what tho Araeri
csn peoplo will nevor do. Mr. Morri
son is a man of decent ability ; be bas
boen a member or tho llliuois Legisla
ture for years and, if ho it not an ora
tor, be it a sound, sensible businessman,
qualified to do the hard Work of r busi
ness eommitle, like that for devising
financial ways and means. A verdict
cannot bo entered np against him till
bo has had a chance to show wbst is
in him. Tho American people willnot
permit such gross uncharitableness in
this holiday suason, and tho papers
that persist in the indecent policy will
makutheiusulvesodious. .Spanker Hen
nas staked everything and pledged his
honor to tbe competency of Mr. Mor
rison, and no sn ap judgment will b
permitted. JV. Y. Graphic,
THE NAT10SAL MARPLOTS. ,
Messrs. Blnino and all others in Con
gross who hope to achieve popularity
and iuuonce by oiening the bloody
chasm and galvanizing into life th
expiring passions and hatreds engen
dered by tho late war evidently tnis
Isk tho temper ot .the people. , The
latter have bad a surfeit of this thing,
ksd long tor an r whan tb good
fooling and fellowship that onco existed
and mado us a strong, compart and
united nation shall again bless our
country. And It was loudly hood
that with the ad von t et tbis Centen
nial year this might be accomplished.
If it is not it will be tb fault of th
accursed politicians, who rare neither
for the happiness of th people or wet.
fkro of tho country so that tboir own
selfish aims are answered. If tb
journals of both parlios were wise and
patriotic they would Irown on the
national disturbers of the. peace and
teach them that when the brav man
North aud South ar satisfied to bury
ths bloody and sorrowful memories of
tb past, tbe former shall not destroy
tb general weal by their rocklewjici
snd unholy ambKion AmwU IrttUi.
fencer. . -
FOOLING WITH F1RF.ARUS.
It is said that Senator Anderson, of
the Allegheny District, will present in
bis branch of th Legislature a bill for
th punishment of persons "pointing
or discharging firearms at other per
sons within tbi Commonwealth."
The bill p.uvides that "Any person
wbo shall point, discharge, or threaten
to point or dlschargo any gun, pistol,
or other firearm at any other porson,
whether playfully or otherwise, shall
bo deemed guilty of misdemeanor,
and upon oonvlction thereof shall bo
sentenced to pay a fin of one thou
sand dollars, and undergo an Imprison,
munt not exceeding five yean, or both
at lb discretion of tb court . A
second section of tbo bill provides,
"That nothing contained in this act
shall be a bar to the recovery of any
damages that may be claimed iu a civil
suit arising from any injury that may
bo sustained through fright or bodily
dumage by pointing, discharging, or
threatening to point or discbarge fire
arms ot any description whatever."
Something u necessary to restrain
the ponodical idiot, wbo, in the exu
berenoe of a playful spirit, point a gun
which he didn't know was loaded, at
brother or sister, or companion, as the
case may bo. - Tbe chronicle of deaths
caused by tbis stupidity is growing
larger every day and almost rivals tbe
work of that other incautious person
wbo hastens the fire in tho stove by
poring on koroecno from the oan. If
Senator Anderson's hill will tend to
decrease tho number of playful mur
dors by the firearms' idiot wo shall hail
it passage with satisfaction. Venango
WHAT HAS BEEN DECIDED.
The Radicals will felck up a hulla
bulloo about tbo triumphs of this elec
tion, but aftor tho noise is all over and
we settle down to a sensible basi,what
else has been docidod than that tho
same men the worst portion of tho
Radical party have continued in of
fice, with a now lease upon power aud
an apparent sanction to go on as they
have douo ? No reform certainly bas
boen instituted, no new men have been
put into power pledged to economy and
an administration of tbo Treasury solely
Tor the interest of the taxpayer. Noth
ing certainly ba been deluded on tbe
finance question, for tbe policy of the
Radicals was to talk one thing iu one
part of the Slate, aud something lse in
another, wbilo their platform simply
meant nothing, so as to admit of two
or more constructions. Aud even if it
bad been more explicit, it would have
nettled nothing, for it is in th bands
of Congress, and not a Congressman
was elected in tho State this fall. So
that after all, the result means nothing
more than that tbe Cameron element
of Radicalism in this State has been
unfortunately again entrusted ' with
the money bags. By a very much
smaller majority it is true, but still by
a majority large enough to accomplish
the purpose. Clinton Demnerat.
Consistency. It seems that tho
President's indignation at tbe appoint
ment of ex-Confederate soldiers to fill
various subordinate positions is not ex
cited by tbeir sectional antecedents,
but by thoir present political affilia
tions. His prejudices do not extend to
thoso defenders of tbe late Confederacy
who are recommended by hi crony,
th cx-guerilla Mosby, tor tbe latter'
friends and followers have no trouble
in getting comfurtublo places and
feathering tbeir little neat with by no
moan a bad quality of Federal down.
Probably thoro would not have been
the slightest objection to ny of tbe
ex-Confederates now occupying places
in . the House, bad Mosby first
put hi mark upon them and indicated
that they belonged to bi flock. In
short, Buch men as Mosby, Longstrcet
aud Hays, of Alabama, men, who sup
port tb Radical plans of "reconstruc
tion" in the South and bugle tbe third
term idea,, nevor nave tboir namo
mentioned evoept with the mewt pro
found respect, and their wishes are
always deferred to; but let them favor
general reconciliation and justice, poi
ular rights, publie eeonomy, and, in
short, those principles that tbe fathers
of the Republiosodistinctlyenunoiated,
aud see how soon th whole Republican
camp will be down upon them. Button
The Toper's Souloqy. - Loaves
have thoir time to fall, and so likewise
hsve I ; the reason too is tho samo
both oomos nf getting dry. But hero'
tbe diffuronco twixt them and me i
falls more harder and more frequently
All proo are hereby cautioned against
dtiooaatlng or trading for a cartaia promteeorv
ante, girea by me to Rev. 8. Porter, dated the
7th day of December, l"7a, parable 90 devi after
date, end andrd by II. A. Mhlmi!, a I eta de
termined net he pay the same wnte nmrelltd by
law. THUMAH .'Art KB.
Woodland, Jan. 19, IS7 3t
All parioB are hereby caatloaed agaiact par
ohasiag orta any wey eseddliag with the follow
ing ptoperty, now ia the pofeeaaioa of Kllii aad
David Misbaels, of Fergawa township, ria t 1
Joke aien, 11 acres af wheat ia las grauad, 9
d sheep, I hogs, ,0B feel oak and pine tim
ber In th woods, 1 fanning mill, 1 grind alone,
lot of bay and fodder, as tba nam Belong ta saa,
and I If1 with tbem on loan only, abiert to my
ordor at any time. JOHN T. STRAW.
Marroa, Jaw. lfl.mfl.lt
Mr daaahter, Marv Ella. Miller, having left
koaea wilkoat jaet oaoeo or pruvooatkua, all
peraone are hareb, eaatioaed egeinot karburing
or Iroeliag bar on my aoiant, a, I will pay no
debt, of ker aaatractinf. JOiKI'B MILLER.
Kjlerte.n, Jaa. 11, 71 lt .
E7XECUT0R'S NOTICE. : .
I Notloa Ukorab, five. Ihel laller. tceU
eatarv bavlnf booa granted to thoaubewiber oa
Ika aetata of ISRAEL NICHOLS, deeeued,
late of LawMce lownebip, Ulcarlold ooaatjr, Pa.,
all porooM twlebUd to aaid aetata are recueetod
t. aaak. imaiedial. payment, aei Ibooo harlog
oleiBM agoiaet the aaiae will preoent them dul,
aataa.ti.ate4 ttt teUlaiseBl.
Clewteld, Jaa. I. Vt-St Kaooatori,
DUIN ISTBA TOR'S NOTICE.
Mutlc la kerehv llrea that Letlerl of A l
nlal.trattoa .a the e.tete f DAVIt BULL
lata of flmnwood tewn.blp. CloerSeld eiiee-,.
Pa , dee'd, having bee. dnlv grantwl la the
andar.lgaad, a,l pereone Indebted to Mid aetata
will ploaee ajako ImmcdloU parneat, aad tko.e
kavlng (lala. er deaiaad, will preeeat tkeai
Smnarlv aath.alloalod fbr wttlemeal without
.1... ' t. I. THOMPSON,
' - 1 ' T. W. MOONS, -
Curw.aevllt., Pa., Jaa. IS, ISIS- Adla'r..
Nctloa ia horebp glr.a thai tettrri of Ad
atlnletralloa the aitat. of PHILANDER
SMITH, lata af Lawrence lowh.blp. Clearlald
oea.t,, Pa., doa'd, haviaf bra del, graalad to
th. mdmif.., all peraaaa Uidebti ta aald
Mala will peaaea aaaka laioaedieu pajaiNl, aad
ItM haviaf aUlau w deee.eie will arawnt
theoa rMrli aetaeMicated tit aotthnae.) wM
(Weld, W I, - ' Sdaffi
i I- ..M44- .HI .-MM. WW
Ncyy-f. - j i..n.,ri,
i i i ' -i .-..ij
AND - i t. -
" - ST ORE.
A. G. KRAMER 4 CO.,
Market RtrMt, ttt Soar WMt of Maneloa
" f Homo, Cl.arti.ld, Fa. ' ""
K enaela.trr o. kasd '! ":.'-') -t
' ' I- J . t. ,,, , ..'. ; . , .J. j,,..:
SWOAX. . ,,.)!. ..I, i, j
, I -l.:t
i u X v
. 14 i.i,
... t .,- , ...
8 ALT, 1
, ( SPICKS, l
Caused aad Dried FreiU, Tukann, Ctfert, Cta
dies, Oidw Vleager, Better, If fa, A
ALSO, xtra" OMK.HADI ""
Wheat and Buckwheat Flour,
- Corn Meal, Chop, Feed, &o.,
AU of wklek will be .old ebeap for ewk or in
oxebatifo for Maatr. produee.
A. O. KRAXKR CO.
Clearaeld, Nov. IS, lJ.-tf . u
JEMOVALl . .,
JOHN McGAUGHEY ,';
WoatsJ refpectfnHy notify th pnbtlc rrnraty
thai ba has reatoTad hta Oraoery fttora IruA
Hbsw'i Row, t th build. B formerly soenplad
by i. If ilea K ratter, on Soeoad street, aext door
to B tiler's hardware store, wbera h intend
heaping a fail Una of
DAMS, DRIED BEEP and LARD.' ' 1 '
6UOAR8 and SIRUPS, of allpadaa. ..
TEAS, Arm and Black. r
COFFEE, Rotated and Ones. , . . . , .
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
CAjrjTF.ll FRt lTB,
As) bled. In tfcaaerbt.' - ,
PICKLICS, la jar. and barrel....' . .
BPICEfl, la every fom aad'rariotr.
FAMILY FLOUR, "
.ALL KmiWOK CRACKERS. '.' . .
' DRTRD APPLE8, - -'
, ' DRIED CUERRIK8,
Coal Oil aval Lamp Chimneys.
And a food eeeortment of tboaa tblng. asuall,
kept ia a froeery tor whirb bo will eieheofo
for marketing at tbe Market prioea.
Will eell fur eak a. eaeapl a. ear otber oae.
Pleeee .all aad ae. .hi. etook aad Jadge for
ClearSeM, Jea. t, 1ST. ........
JAS. IT. LYTLE,
(Sueoeeew la LYTLE A MITCHELL) ...
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
7' DEALER LN ' 7-
CHDICjLIMB OK TEAM.' ."
OSLOHUH, .... n ,
IMPERIAL, x ' ' ' " "
" '. room hyson, " ' " '
, i f Punat b Markat, , .-.
BUTTER AUD EGGS ,
Will ka kept aad sold al tret eoet. Cub paid
for Coaatr ProduM. , w
QERalAX CQRRR1BS, " " " ','
, . , turkey prunes, 7 . ,
..... preserved pears, '
' - philadelphia hams.
- -.7 ""VibhT.",'' . '
Mackerel, Lake Herring, Cod, e. '
. . & .... -.,..'-1- ,
,it , t i-j ,
Baml PickUe aad EagUek PioklM. , . .
: rLOUPJ AND FRED. - " "
Floor, Vera Heal, Oat Heal, Act " '
ehl71 - ., JAS. HLTTll
IHEAP GROCERIESI " V
J - LUMBBR CITT, PA.
. Ta. ladorelfa uaeueM to kie old friewdi
aad patron, that ha bar opened a f oi liaa at
OROt KJttKS A PROVISIONS at the old .land
of Kirk A Srrifer,'fbr which he .oll.lt. a liberal
pairoaegfc n. w, nrni;an.
Uaibor Cilv. Pa, Hank Is-tf.
F. M. CARDON 4 BR0.,
Roar af Pl'i Opm lieu,
Onr wmntremcnt Bra rf th men. omp)t
ehejar fr rwratehtBg tba pabH wtth Frasb
Meats of all kind, aad af tba vary baei quality.
We also deal in aUhiBtlaiif Agrieultaral impla
meaU, whir.b we hasp on avhitttiaa far th bea
efltof the public. Call around when U tow a,
and tak fc took al thing, or addre
.m, , , p h c AH DON A RRO. ,
. Oleswnoltl, Pae, Jalp li, IbJaVU. . s
-'It 0. BROWN & BRO.1
,. . Haikal 8L, Claaraalda ..-
Weald laHiM to Ike tieoaa af tba tawa aad
vleinit, Ibu the, etill kr tbe weal aarkal at
tbe old ataad, where they will keep,. . :
Fresh Bef, Veal Mutton aad Lamb,
of tb finest qualities.3
Market Bornlaga Tuotdava, Tharadvi aad
RetarJa.t. tltve a. a call.
Jaaol.TMal M. II. BROWN" A BRO.
U o"ir"8 Th e'iT.TL' -7.',"
' A larg. and well Swlihed tlrlofc Der.ltlng-, .Its
au aa the river bank, I. tho boroagh of Clear
Bold, tatataiag .leva. re, with food eollar,
water te la. hilclM., ud all tba aeiwi Mv.
aiauoM. Paatrie.,Datb.roota,Clutb..-praeMe, Ae.
Lot .itt, feet fraat and two haodred and thirty
feet back, witk a tweaty foot alley OB the Ce.t
eide. Held bolldlog . with all 10 appurwnaam,
will k. oold .boap, with paynMat.U aail par.be.
eer. Anitlloatiaa eaa a. aiade to tho ond-
Igned, or to A. C. Tele, E.q., who will give all
Bceeeeery innrrvjatto. to tnoea wwo woetr. i. in
apaojl tba property. - -
TU0S. J. McCULLOUQU.
M.y Jllt, l7, tf.
77 Clearfield Nursery.'
RNOOURAOH HO MB INDUUTtt YV
THE anderrlgaed, hevlng oetelitlihod a rtor
eery ttn the 'Pike, ahnat kalf way ketwee.
CleewSrid aad - Oerw.nr.ille, ie arepared aa tmr-
aleh all ktada W FKflV IRHKS, (etaadvd as
dwarf.) Krrrfreeae, BhrabiMry, (rap Via..,
OooeeSerry, Lewlo Rlackncrr., StrawWrVf,
awl Roo,o,ie, Vtwao, Alao, SibMae Orab Ttwea,
tlaea, aa awl,
(Market SL, kM. Third and Poartb,)
Tk. eubaariber kaviaf booon. pfu,rlur of
tbi. kotol, woald Kopoetftill, aeb a liberal eaer.
1 pwbli. palrasafe- Prloee red.Md t. aalt Ik.
JaaJI-ViTir ' '"5rL.YltiP0LDI
SUSI.U K II AN N A" HOUSE, . ,
XKWION KIAD, Paorai.ro.
Harlaf seeon. proprietor tkl. Hotel, I
weald roepMUall; aoltelt too palioaafe el U
p.Ule. Ileaa. loaaaoll, aad ooatoBieatljr ail.
aald i a ilj reined aad refuraubed i food aaai
pKreea, .Haokd.--All rallrMd train .top at
tble boa, . . i . .0 . )aB!Q-r
' (O.r. of Market A fi
'rout etrootfe,) - ' L
Tbo aoderllf n.d barlnf taken eharfe of thl.
lintel, would reepootlulrj oolleltnuMie patronage.
-jaalTS--- D. B. FULLMKTON.
.iu... j,-. aJKW WASII1NUTON, PA.
" Tkl. aow aad well rural.bod boivo ku bee.
takea bjr tbe aodenlf aed. tie (eel. eooldeat of
keiaf aUo ta reader eaU.la.tloa to tboao who
tariir blot witk a sail.
Ala, 1, 1,71. , o. W. DAVIS, Prop',.
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PIIILIPHB0R8, PRNSVA. '
Table alwar. .applied wUb Ike bul tke market
afford.. Tbe IraveiiDf p.bUe I. Inrlled to eall.
sol,7a. , ROBERT LOYD.
THE MANSION HOUSE.
Corner of SMoad and M arket Stmt.,
-' CLBARKILO, PA.
Till. .1. aad Maelln. Betel bae. d.rlaf
tbo paat ,ear, boos .alerted to doable Iu
foraor oapaeitr for tbo ODtortalnmeat of ttraa
fere aad foe.u. Tbe wbolo beilJInf baa booa
rofarai.bod, and tk. proprietor will .par. a.
paiaa to reader hie fg.iu aoailoruble wkllo
eMyioe; wua aim.
r-Tb 'Men.loa ffoao." Otaalbaa ran. ta
and from the Depot OS tke errlrel aad departar.
ofeaektrela. JOHN DOUGHERTY,
apHl.ri tf ' Proprietor
r. K. iftMOkD. , . W, aVBIOLD. . J. B. AKBftLB
F. K. ARNOLD & CO.,
Backers and ItrokreM,
ReyusldaTlllet Joffereoa Co., Ib
Mono reeelred en denoslt. Dilettante at aio
derate raioa. HtuUrn aud Fore. g a Kiobange
ware on bead and collection! nroaiDtlr made. .
w KejQoltiiTiUe, Doe. 16, 17 ..ly
County National Bank,
OP CLEARFIELD, PA.
ROOM In Masonic Building;, one door north of
0. D. We toon's Dnsf; Store.
Pestatr Ticket to aad frees Liverpool, Qaeaas
town, Glasgow, Lnadon, Parts and Oopenhafea,
Also, Drill, for aal ob tba Royal bank of Iroleoa
and Iapcrial Bank of London.
JAMES T. LEONARD, rWt
W. M. BHAW, Oaihler. tl:l:T4
DREXEL & C07T
N. St Soatli Third burnt, Philadelphia
And Dealers in Government Securities.
Application by auil will receive prompt attea
tloa, and all Infomatioa cheerfully furni.hed
Order, colictrd. April II If.
Ha intr detsraaiaed to loeate la Carwenlrill
for tb parpasa ef panning my prvfeaiion, I
bTiy oiler my emci to tbe public. I bar
just fioiibed a trm f dental ini tract font under
th bert teacher ar the Pennsylvania Uoliejr or
lien u l Btirjrpr? in fbtladelpbte, and asa aew
nrrpered to eteeete alt ware; pert ia lag to denU
(stry ta tbe beet asanBer, with tb totett tinprov
taent. AU work guaranteed to giro entire ifci-
nf action ar to quelity aad do ratios. Teeth ei
traeted without pain. Room la aew Bank betid
ing. For fa. rtner iafenaati'a apply In persoa ar
address B. M. THOMPSON,
chirrtv-tf. . . . Csrwaaarill, a.
a7m. H I LL8
weald ratrpaetfully aotify hipatlata
that h has redaeed the orioe of A RTI
-SICUL TKKTM to20.M per eat, or
- for a doable set. For My tw ponoB
coming et the sans tita, to hava each aa upper
set, will get Iks two sets for $3.0, or fl7.it
Tern Invariably Cash. ? :
Clearneld, Jaly 1,1174.
GEORGE E. ROB ACKER,
waoi.au lb aaataa la
, .,, VT1XE8 AND LIQUORS, , ,.,
My place of hwirfa.ee la -n Harkei atrMt, dl
recti 7 .ppoeite th. Coart IIoum, where I deair.
te keep a fall eteck HT PURR LlyUORS, wd
will warrant then te a. nob to mj aaetoBm.
Qlve no a call. jnl; 11, 71 tf.
At th and of the new bridge,
WEST CLEARFIELD. PA.
Tie proprietor of this asUbUibaient will bay
bit liquor direct frora dirtiller. Psrtis baying
frvm this boa will ba tare to (ret a par article
at a amall marrin abora sort. Hotel keeper aan
he farnihd with ftwora reasonabla tarms.
Para wines sad brands direct from SeeUy's
Vinery, at Hath, Kw York.
OEORQI H. COLBURH.
CIcBrlrld, June M, UTfr-ti.
PURE 1 It YE WHISKY.
We again oatt your attentioB la th abort cele
brated bread af goods, and we do as with ibeOB
Ttettow that there i a great waat aaiattng among
a rast aumbar af persona wbu are compelled to
are, medieinallyeratharwiM,, pare wbifky
Ta aapp ly tbi want w effer Halley's Purt
RyBa aa article whioh has Beea bafora the pubH)
fur B aamler af years, ill reputation Standing
hiarh as a thoroughly reliable stimulant among
Bsedtaal maw. At aa arldaaow, quite a aamhar of
oar ami neat physicians prescribe it la the exala
Ion of all others.
Reing made on th beat known ttUwtile pHa
ciple. from the choicest grain, and by practical
distiller, it retain a delightful flavor, aad,
greatly Improrrtd by arc, make It largaty waght
after by lrt-laa hotele aad dracgftU.
Should yoa deire to giro thil wbiaky a trial,
and ar in doabtaita whether yourhotelordrug
git keep It, (not baring one of our lit;n display -ed.)
writ to a and wa shall a moit happy to
direct yoa to tba per eaa who haadie oar good
iw yaur aeighbarhood.
We sre also eele proprietor aad manufaetarer
ortbewf-ll.kDOwnDH.riTKVBK-8 TONIC 1IKKB
BITTERS, which ha been Buwattfully ois for
m thirty ynn as a Blood Pari flee, anti-Dyi-peptia
I1UKY A 0HRI8T,
Mach247A HI N Third 8t Philadelphia.
READ IN GF Q rTALLH
BOOK'S tfc STA TIONER 7.
Market fit., Clrarfleld, (at tht Post Otlca.)
TUB andrrtignrd hsgs leara to annoaae to
th eitivea of Clearfield and rieialty, that
be has I tied ap a nam and ba jast raterwed
tnm th lty with a larg btbowaI of raeding
mettar, con lit ting ia part of ,
Bibles and Mieoollaneoui Booki,
Blank, Acwuat aad Pass Bent of amy d
wrrptioa ( Paper aad Kerclepaa, Ftwaoh pre seed
and plaiai Peai and Peaoti Blank Lagal
Papers, Ieda, Mortgages) Jntlgtnattt, Miamp
Uon anil Promliarr noti; Whit and Pareh
maat Itrlff, Legal Cap, Rfrxtrd Cap, aad Bill tap,
Rhea Marie, for either Pit, Flat ar Violin,
eotiBtaatly aa, hand. Any bowk ar stationary
desimd that 1 may aot hava on band, will he ordered
by Irrt eiprea,and sold at w hoi Male or retail
lo suit eo turn or, t will alsa keep periodical
lltaratniw,weh a Magasla, NawRpaper. Ae.
.. . P. A. OA t LIN.
.; Clearaeld, Xay I, IHfiS tf
i t FOR B A LB OR fOB HSNT
The aartwsriber girea wHlc Uat ha will either
rent or anil his dwelling and stora property, sit
uate oa Rerd afreet, adjoining tb Leoaard Iloasr,
la the bnroaicb f Clearaeld, Pa. Tba ater roam
is l X 14 IWt. Th d washing baas ewatatws I
rwocsa and a kilehen en th tret story, and I
row ais oa th aeeoad story. Tb Str room
cafl be bad at obco, and the dwell tug portion
on and after th 1st ef Jaly. Per further par
ttnalars, addrwss er apply ta the andriraed as
the premiwSe. HBO, O. PAttbMoHK.
tMearfield. Pa., May It, 'Ti-tf
1MH AAL &VwTha mode rsif aed ofer M
aala a valaahla tawn aroparty ia the borough
ef Clearfield. Lot 8alnt feet, with a ffod tw
ttory pbwik hnus tbroa erected, with thrr
foons down autre and fear bed rooaai wp stairs.
Al, epwing renm aad hath room ob aaaond leor.
Heaaa fiaiihed oomplet frora aellar ta attia.
uooa aouni porca tuia gooq water, rnc r
snnit ana paymanTt asy.
tOaugT - M. M
STKAi SAW MILL, ENGINE'
.a.i.'-l AUD BOILERS FOR SAM
TV wrtdenlgnad oaVr fbr aaie aw reeanaal'l
iarass, thetr eteam saw mill, laeated at Walbvr
tea. Olearftvld t Pa. Tbe aagiaa and hoib-r
ar at good as w. Th si af th eagiar -
UtUt and I la goad manta rdr. Thry wJ
are veil their ehTagl aad lath miU, and all th
we-4ig maahrawp la th aaiU. Parties wishing
to aaraaaa aaa JI aa ar addr
' 0RABAM. WALLACI A Ca
wtTai, Pb4 oa Mv mil