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Bt,vkks, eilor. Public Service every Sabbath
it 10 A M d.I 7 P. M.
Habhaih School -at A. M.
Prayer . oting every Thursday, at 7 P. U.
Camu union Service, first tiabhath of ivory
dtuiith, t 10J A. .M.
iroobierlau Church Rot. II. S.Bu.lkb.
SaLbath services morning and evening flab
bath Hohoul at S P. M. -Prayer Meeting Wednee
Mt. Prauela Church Catholic Rot. P.
J. BnaninAii. Preaching at H, o'oloek, A. M., on
tho 8 rat, third and fourth Sundays of eaoh month
vet para ana ..eretllciton on be Messed Neeretnent
at 7 ooioek, P. M. -rnnday Pcbool every Hunday
anarnooD at a o ciook.
OFFICIAL 1IH Lit TORI ,
flMB OP lOLDttS QPABTKB SUSJtlORS OOURT.
Po ond Monday of January.
TVrd Monday of March.
Firft Monday of Juno,
Fourth Monday of Scptsmbar.
Tina or ioLia comma runs.
First Monday of Juno.
Second Monday of November.
Ptidtnt Nrfce Hon. Charles A. Mayor, of,
Look Haven .
AiataifiNt i.ie Judgt Hon. John II. Onrls, of
Auoeinit Judge William C. Foley, Clearlield j
jonn j. noftd, i,urweneviiie,
Rtginfrr and Httorderh. 3. Morgan.
IHttriet Attorney Frank Fielding.
Trtaturtr David MoGaugbey.
SAar. William R. Mol'benon.
County urwyorw-Samuel P. McCloskey, Cur
County CowwiWottert Clark Brown, Clear
Bold i Thomas A. McUee, Chest P. 0.: Ilairii
County Auditor Chrlit. J. Keaftgy, (lion
llopo Samuel A. Caldwell, WUllatnigrore ( Jobs
u. uonner. iturniid.
Count Coroner J. II. Naff. Now Wash I niton
Jury Commiiontr John W. tihugart, Jamoa
M it en el l, U learned.
8uurintendt Pnblit AAoos John A.
JVotartM PublicJi.hu XV. Wrlgley, Wn, Ita
dobaugh, Cyrus L. Gordon, Clearfield; Joaiab
Evans, Joa. K. Irwin, N. K. Arnold, Curweosville j
J. J. I.infrle, Emmet Suvm, Osceola Mills ; Jobn
aton U tia.il ton, Luthershurg.
Oar fyeciof column li decidedly interesting? in
a local point of view, and profitable reading to
eutaidorc who want to save money.
Wiltf niiroofts wore flying thick on
Farmers, rend tho circular letter of
lion, (Jeorge bcoit, Protident of the Stato Agrimtl
tural Society, found in thlo Issue.
Kkad It. An article on our fourth
page, ontttled "Shall tbo Downward Tido bo
Turned," U good reading tbeta disjointed time.
Kvcry frarment sold by Wnimmokor
AS Brown, fltb and Market, Philadelphia, baa to
paaa through the handi of at leaat four Intpootort.
Go Ahkad, Hokrkl-Top ! If writing
machine poetry for tho Oaooola irorW pays old
boarding-bill a, all right. Keep on until the no I
oount ta squared. t M m
A. A. Cnrlimlo and Wm. Horn have
leafed tho good will and material of tho Brook
Tills Jeftrponian, and ara now tho edltort and
publiihera of that paper.
Owing to the absence of fiov. 1. Y,
Btavenr, who was called away by tho tineas of a
near relative, a Mr. Anderson, of Woodland, oftV
elated in tbe M. E. Cfanrch lost Sabbath.
Help I Help!! Help!!!" Klae-
where will be found en official copy of tbo Ritual
of tbe Junior Sons of 70, published by authority.
"Time Pftiirr, CiawsKsviLta, Pa."
Four fltuhlcs were burned in Belle-
fonts cn Tuesday morning of last week. Tbe
origin of the fire la not known. Tbe lose was
light, s9but one of tbe stab lei was occupied
m o ai
A dwelling house, belonging to Mr.
C. Bweitser, on Third street, took fire about 7
o'clock, on Sunday creoing last, but was extin
guished before much damage bad beea done. Tbe
Are originated where the stove-pipe passes through
tbe second floor.
The Sheriff ol Lycoming county has
received as order from the Governor to take
Barney McCue to ths Eastern penitentiary, where
he will be imprisoned for life. The mordeier
wu token to tbe institution mentioned aforesaid,
In Philadelphia, last Saturday.
Our citizens generally who own ice
houses made good usa.of tbe cold nap last week,
by laying la a stock of Ice. Peroral parties
worked all eight la order to get as much as possi
ble. The ice wea of good quality, but not very
thick. It la better than none, however.
At Uauunh. llio World, limca
and Tribune Almanacs for 1176 oan be had at the
post office. The cheapest and best statistical doc
uments published. On receiptor Z&oenta, he will
mail a copy of either to eny address, or all three
fur 60 cents. He also keeps all tbe lata pictorial
newspapers and magexlnea on band.
lit. ltov. J. B. Koribot, Bishop of the
nttsbnrg Diocese, held cooDrmetion aerrieea in
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, In this place, on
Monday tveamg, at which time a number of per
sons Joined tbe church. The Bishop was assisted
ob this eccailoD by Rev. Qeo. 0. Rafter, of Jbons
town, and Uher clergymen.
Sheriff Mt-PuornoD'a real eflUdOHivk
are advertised et length ia our columns, Tbe
fiber!? Is doing a big boil ocas In bla line, end
tbe only way to stop It is ta dethrone tbe present
eerrop prty In the 6Ute and National Oerera-
meats, end place men In power who will legislate
for public instead of peraonal Interest.
A revival is being held in the Pres
byterian Cburcb, In this place, under the minis-
Iratioaa of tho pastor, Rev. H. 8. Butler. Some
six or seven persons were received Into tbe com
munion taM Sabbath, and the meeting continues
with encouraging prospects. Services ara an
Bounced to be held every evening this week.
Wo learn 'by tho Mmengcr that
Batnuel Sabring, Esq., bes been appointed by the
Governor a Justice of the Peece la and for tbe
borough of Indiana, antil thirty daya after tha
next borough election. Mr, Souring formerly re
sided Id New Washington, tblx eoucty, ind held
the sama position. Sam. Is ft cleeer fellow, but
ei out aud cat Radical.
Tho liat of vondurn of foreign and
domestic merchandise, In this county, appears in
this Issue of the Ran sura. The appeal day
has beea fixed for Wednesday, tbe Mb day of
April. Let those wbo Intend going ont of busi
ness this Spring, or wbo may feel In aay way ag
grieved, attend tho appeal, or forever after keep
A Bean Kills a Child. From the
Harrlsborg .Petri we leera that on Wednesday
of last week aa adopted child cf Abraham Shade,
of Orati, Dauphin county, died ander tbe follow
ing circumstance t Tbe child bad been playing
with beaoe, and getting one late the windpipe ll
wu strangled to death before the obstruction
could be removed.
Lint of lot torn remaining unclaimed
la tbePosteffloe at Clearfield, for the week ending
March fitb, 1876 1
Cfjfleoo, Miss Aanis Rollinger, Alex.
David, Urcrgo Tieknur, A. A.
Lindsay, lleurge (1) Teres hment, Mr.
Million, Mis. Kltiaheth Wells, Josephine
Slaty, Jha Way, R. B.
Smile, Abraham (I) Vingltng, Maggie
P. A. OAUL1N, P.M.
1 mm c ai .
K mi at int. Maryland and Virginia
were angtniy sauou in lac lenteoataJ Tea fatly
list, u published last week. They should bare
read u lolb.we t
Miss Ptosis OaiBAa ( Aids Miss Little Reed,
Miss Ella Ahaa, Miss Ida Bleom.
Mies Uiscib gsma Aids Miss Faaale D.
James, Miss Passu W.le-n, Miae Elia MtCtellea
Mtl.TiPLTiNo. Tne A 1 toon a Sun
ays tbav m ibe t pedal oommanten set vice I
la tb Fart Lutheran thnrch, c bat Sabbath
maing a week, caw hundred and ninety-five per
seas were reetlred late that ebarcb. The mart-
lags during tha week bare beea discoBtinaed.
Rev. Mr. Baker leit early ta I be week to assist a
analmrial fneed ia tha Stale ef New Tech, blM
bis people wailed whb the mem bete ef ihe Second
tntheran Cbureb la holding meeting la the
Important DiciHiON.Judgo Mo-
fjormllt raooaUy dolivmd aa opinioa at Manor,
Pa., It tbo ran of Margarot J, Trout vs. John
MeDoaald, rtvonlag tbo Master's eplalua, whleh
may bo of aoma latoreet to tha tool operators la
thla ttgloa. This was a oaeo wbarela Mlobaal 0,
Troal, la htillfoUma, loaaod tha ooai underlying
tho old Trout farm. In Hickory township, Moroer
ouaty, la Maroh, V7I. Mr. Mc Dun aid look
posatasloa, opened up tha miae, found aoal, made
luprorameaU, As, In Juue, 1171, M. C. Trout
died, kavlog awldow, wbo, aftar the daalb of her
husband, raoolvod the royally fiom McDonald
onlll tbo fall of IS. 4, wbra abo uoiload MDnald
to doslat from lahlag oat ooal that aha bod a
doed fur tbe land an bwed from her bunlnind.
dated 18(17. Mr. M'-Uanald refused to rtllnculib
bla rights, wlmroupon Mri. Trout filed a bill In
equity, praying tbo Cuuri (the Bon. Wm. Mm
wi ll titan ou ibaj beneli) fur an injeuotlnn, wltioli
was granted. Application wai made at a subse
quent term for tha appointment of a Mealar lu
hear and report tbe law auI the facts to tbo Court,
and R. beFraooe, Esq, ., of Mercer, was appointed
for (bat purpose. Testimony was taken pro and
eon, and the easo argued before the Muster in
February, 187. Tho Master filed bla report favor
ing tho widow's elaima, and eontloued the In
junction. Tbe defendant by bla eounsel filed his
objections to tbo Master's report, and the oa
eauie for argument before Judfto MoDermlit In
January, 1174. Tho prlnrlpnl point taken by the
counsel for tbe defonao was that Mrs. Trout a
deed sot being upon reoonl and her accepting the
royalty from tha defendant, she ratified the acta
ojber husband, and wai eitupped from olalnfiug
any right to tbe coal by virtue of her deed. The
Court la their opinion sustained this portion,
and dlMolred the Injunction at the cost of tbe
A Great Crimk. The highway nb-
bery committed last summer by a number of des
peradoes near tbe borough of Big Run, Jefferaun
county, was oao of tha most dere-derU operations
ever attempted la tfala section of the (ttate, and It
bes attracted universal attention ia tbe aurround
tog ouuntlea Tbe prosecution and oonvietlon of
tbe offenders wu watched with much lots rest.
Jnitioe hastbeaa ohoated for the time Doing, at all
events. Tbe Brook vllle Jtfftroninn tells bow tbe
ease wu disposed of at the recent term of Court,
at Brookvllle, In thla way :
In the ease of tbe Commonwealth vs. Alllion,
Anderson and Leeob, a noltr prwqui was entered
and tbe prisoners were disoharged. Considerable
dissatisfaction was expressed at this action of tbo
Court, aa many thought, and not without reason,
that there was collusion between tbe prosecutor
and defendants whereby the ends of Justice were
to be defeated. But the Court pur wed a proper
course in the premises, which every one will see
by calmly considering tbe points in the ease. J be
trial bad not proceeded Tery far, until'it was erl- 1
dent that the obief witnesses exhibited an astonnd-!
log lack of memory, targeting entirely what they j
had sworn to at tbe time of the preljutinerv ex
amination, aa alio of what they bad said in the
presence of the Urand Jury but a few days previ
ous. Had the trial beea allowed to proceed a
verdict of "Not guilty " must inevitably been ren
dered in aoeordaana with tha evidence, and tbua
the criminals wuuld bavs gone scot free, as tbe
law expressly forbids tbe trying of a perron for
any oflenoe the second time ; but tho entering of a
no?, pros, obviated this difficulty, and it Is now
altogether probable that the culprits will agato
mm luruniTca in iui prirouvr uwa mi iuo mmy
term ol Court. We arc kd to this belief from tbo
fact that the proseootor, John Brink, was brought
into uourt and required to give bonds in the sum
of $1,000 to appear and prosecute tbe ease at the
coming term. The end la not yei, and seme
startling developments may be ei pec ted.
Railroad Riding at Niuht. vVo
have sometimes heard R remarked by timid per
sons, says an exobaoge, that they would not travel
at night upon tbe railroad their Impression be
ing that there Is more danger of accidents la the
dark than there Is In daylight. Upon first thought
It would seem to bo a foot. There are many cir
cumstances which make eight traveling compara
tively safe. All work upon the track Is stopped.!
Comparatively few other trains arc on tbe road. 1
Switches arc more likely to be right then at any
other time, u tbey ere not la use for other trains,
end are locked. Tbe aignals for night trains, be
ing made at night, would scarcely fail to be
observed and obeyed j sod what is more impor
tant, would be seen at a greater distance than if
made at daylight. Tbe engineer has less to at'
trut bis attention than lu dayllgbL While, after
all, a rock or tree felling across tbe bead oa the
track ta broad daylight, or an Intended' obstruc
tion, Is nearly aa much a " hidden danger " as il
encountered in tha night. There are many places
la ell the roads where tbe range of view Is less
than lbs reflecting head-light at night. So, aftar
all, fl would appear that one can take a night's
rest la a railroad ear with comparative safety.
Coal Shipments for 1B74 and )ti75.
The following Is a oemparlsoa of coal and coke
received direct from the mines en tbe main line
and branches of the Pennsylvania Railroad for
tbe years 1874 and 137ft t
East Broad Top Railroad....
Huntingdon A Br. Top R. It.
Tyrone A Clearfield
Gallltsin A Mountain Region
West Penn. Hailroed
Southwest Pasia'e Railroad-
Westaroreleod Reg lea
Pittsburgh Region M
Tyrone A Clearfield
Oailitsin A Mountain Region
Wert Peno. Railroad
Southwest Penn 'a Railroad.
Pittsburgh Regit a
Total .....i 4H7,8S 760,074
This comparison of figures shows an increase
of 18v,971 tons of coal nod 171,122 tena ofcoke.
Clearfield Coal radk. Stato-
meat of Coal and other freights sent over tbe
Tyrone A Clearfield Division, Pennsylvania Rail
road, for the week ending Feb. 2Atb, 1876, and
tbe aame time last year t
Fur tbe week .
Same time last year
Previously during year
Same time last year
Increase ,. H
Total In 1676. .............
Seme time lest yiarH
otbiu r a rights.
, 84 ears.
11111,111)1 ho Journalism.
The total number of conversions at tbe Metho
dist revival, which still continues, is at this date
Three en fines were added to the motive power
on the T. A O. Branch, Monday. This will re
lieve tbe foroa greatly, as many of tbe crews have
men eromteg eigbt not day lor tbe pest two
weeks to move tbe coal trains.
mac malicious rascal, nrobablv bavins a spite
against Hoop, Humes A Co., drove the book of a
grab into tbe middle of a log lying ia tbe dam at
their mill, and when the log wu being sawed, the
saw struck tbe grab aaa wm ee badly damaged
that it bad to be sent away for repairs.
Mr. J. O. Allnort hu exchanged a portico of
real estate in lais piece lor too plantation of Mr.
J. N, Casanova, ie Fauquier eouaty, Virginia,
about forty miles from Washington, containing
two hundred and ninety-three acres, lie proposes
lorlng thereto, and oa Wednesday departed ta
view his new poeseeatoas of ine "sacred son. '
mm a mmm
Runaway. Mr. Daniel Stewart, ot
Bradford township, met with aa accident on Bat-
nrday last, which might hare been muoh worse
than It was In company with bis wife, ha was
coming to town, and when at the top of the hill
east of the borough, at tho cemetery, or.e of tbe
wheels tame off the botgy, tbrowiag-Mr. sad Mrs.
Stewart tut la .tha mud, but fortunately doing
them bo serious injury. The bores tbea became
frightened and storied down the hill at a terrible
rate or speed. He turned tbe corner at Fourth
etseet, ran ap to Park A Nerrell'e shop and
Jumped tha fence Into the lot, leaving all but the
shafts of the buggy behind him, and tbsa scaled
another fence into Mr. Ale's lot, where he was
eengbt. .The horse and tbe oceapaatt ee tbe
buggy ecceped uninjured, but tbe boggy was
Rebuilt. The Reynoldsvillo Herald,
of last week, aanounces that tbe burnt dtotriet is
pretty nearly restored. Ia describing tbe build
lags In detail, asacag ethers, ibe editor says t
F. K. Arnold A Co., hankers, are bow located
In the oaot room of the Seley block. This apart -meet
Is Isisi feet la site, and Is finished through
ont In antooa with She cleg aat Freach-plato freat.
A eommodteas walnut counter, unique in design,
eileada near tbo entire length nf the room, the
loo re ara well carpeted, and tbe furniture alto
gether to quits aomplcto. Two large safes, with
burglar proof vaults, stand guard " as tireless as
Mcide" over the treasure wiinla. I a a eeatenee.
we believe F. K. Arnold A Ce, bare the finest
room and are bankers of this part of the Htata-
( 'learn eld county hunters chanc foxes
aeroee the line Into Centre eouaty, and hill them
a Ibis side, sa as to get tbe baanflt of the higher
bounty peso by this eeuaiy. fleUesw H .fei
seem. Well, beep yoerr dera foxes at borne. Ten have
a let of fellows aver there is tbe mountains who
ralsn ibem la order to get the enormous bounty,
aad ecwee totally one gets away and s oases ever
the Ifae. It is exactly right to drive them hack
bote they beieSg, OarhaeUrs hUwet aasany
seats Sot M cents as they weeld sf the beast was
foolishly teJfd to .6f.
TO THI FARMERS OF PENNSYLVANIA I
Tbe Pennsylvania Btate Agricultural ftoolety, at
Its meeting la January last, resolved to call the
attention of tho agriculturists of this State to the
vast Importauoe of a proper display of that In
dustry, at the Centennial exhibition, whioh com
meooea in Philadelphia, on tbe loth day of May
nest, aid la to continue all months.
Ureat effort faTo beea mads on the part of Its
managers to bring Into a combined exhibit a
complete display of the produota of the eoll of
Pennsylvania, so that ooinparlaoa may be had of
our modes of tillage with those of neighboring
Slates aud foreign countries. No expenditure of
money can bring this about no tnUlllgeaee or
activity of management i only thorough, earnest,
liberal contributions from the producer himself,
oan make Ibis portion of tbe exhibition worthy
nf the profound attention which it should receive.
It is tbe advantage offered to uo aa (arinero and
altiseiie to sustain the bonor of the 8 tale ia peaue
ful rivalry with tho great Industries of tbe world.
Our endeavor should be to excel them all.
It is impossible in a circular note to go over
tho whole of this subject. Our Society has taken
such action as it was thought becoming it should
lake ooj behalf of the in i tresis of the Nat local
K i position in otuittlng Its own evbibiliou fur
1870, and by Ihe offer of a large sum to such ob
Jeets of merit as may deserve reward. In view,'
t her r fore, of Ihe action of thla Society, and in
compliance with tbe resolutions to which nutloe
has been called, we respectfully ask that the vari
ous county Societies tbrougbuut tbe Htate, wbo
hove not perfected arrangements lor holding fairs
this year, will fnllow the example or our Koclnty
and postpone tbo same until IM7T.
We find ll impossible lu slate in detail the regu
lation to be observed to making entries on the
part of Societies or Individuals, but It will afford
ths President of tha Htate Society, who ia vac of
the Stato Commits loners, great gratifiratlon to
reply to any application for information that may
be made to him by letteis addressed to Cattnwiisa,
uoiumoia county, or under care or 1). n . seller.
Letters of Inquiry may abo be adftremd to R.
Lantjretn, Kipositlon moio, I'hilailviiinta.
have the honor to be verynefpeitdilhr your ser
vant, UBontjB bcott, President,
WM. ItEF.IVH LOCAL.
New wall paper, handsome styles.
Building or pioneer paper.
New goods, new goods, just rewired,
Dec. 8, 17Mf.
HAVE YOU TRIED ITf
We refer to that remarkable compound which
almost every one hu tried, Dr. Morris' Syrup of
rar, mta unerry ana itorenounu, for uoughs,
Uoias, uiood-BplUtng, weak lungs, Uroun, nhoon
tng Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all diseases
of the lungs or throat- Probablv no similar btc-
pa ration ever before so quickly found Its way Into
public raver as ibis, its sale in our community
is simpiy enormous, inose wtie nave been die
appointed In other so-called remedies, arc
specially invited to to try this, lie sure to get
the genuine Dr. Morris Hyrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Ilorrhcund. ' There are imitations
In the market. Look out for them. Heguler
siti-a ou cents and una Dollar, r jr sale by (J. I,
Watson end Hartswiok A Irwin, Clearfield, Pa.
A Fact Worth Knowing.
Art you suffering with Consumption, Coughs,
Severe Calda settled oa tbe Breast, or any disease
of the Throat and Lunss T If so. ro to vour druc
Slat, C. D. Watson , and get e bottle or Bom hii'i
bbhar Srarr. This medicine has lately been
introduced from Germany, and is Belling on its
own merits. The people ere going wild ova its
su roots, and druggiite all over our country are
writiugus of Its cures among their customers. If
you wish to try its superior virtue, get a Sample
oume iur tu ceo is. barge s lie bottle TO cents.
Three doses will relieve any case. Try ll.
Rare ehanoe to sell tbe stock of a store, if a
merenani wanting to sell win take a.i.uou worth
ot real estate. Address Box 808, Tyrone, Pa.
i-cgiics Foa Sal. R. Newton Shaw keens a
full sutiplv of Fredooia Buuies and Platform
Wagons for sale. To be seen at the Shew House
yard. Call on or address him at Clearfield Pana
sylvan is, may U-tf.
At Pennville, oa Saturday, Fobrunry 5flth, l7fi,
by J. B. Refferty, Kq., Mr. Isaac Curry, of Lum
ber City, Clearfield county, and Miss Mary
McCracken, of Ulooui township, Clearfield county.
On Snnday, Fctuery 2Tlb, 1876, by James M.
MoKec, Esq., Mr. James Hickok, or Knox fcwn
ship, Clear tield crunly, and Miss Mary Cat heart,
of Ferguson ten null ip, CJcarfiiJri county.
At Patchlnvlllc, on Runday, February Z7tb,
18;A, by Oeorge Barrett, Esq., Mr. Henry A.
Siaecd and Miss Hebecca B. fWf, bulb of lln re
side township, Clearfield county.
On Thursday, March 2d, 1876, by Rev. P.J.
Sheridan, Mr. Charles A. Aughenbaugh, of Phll
Ipsburg, Pa., and Mien Sadie Duugborty.ef Clear
At his residence, In Huston township, Clearfield
county, Pa., oa Thursday,' February Id, lc'(A,
Henry S. Osbura, In Ihe 40 lb year of bis age.
At his residence, In Lawrence township, Clear
field county, Pa., on Tuesday morning, February
lath, 1876, John Hancock, aged 6i yeera and ft
At Lock Haven, Pa., on Saturday, February
10th, 1876, of dropsy, Nathan B. Trude, formerly
of this oouoty, aged &0 yeera.
At Central Point, Clearfield county, on Sunday,
February 2th, 1 876, of putrid sore throat, Kstslla
Elisabeth, Infant ds tighter of John M.end Nancy
11 iter, aged 1 year, 8 months and 14 days.
TYKONE k CLEARFIELD BRANCH
OW nd .n.r Mond.j, DEC. , U7S, tha
P.aini.r Tralna will roo dailj (axe.pt Sua
fayt) batwaen Trona and Claarflald, aa follow,
- W. 0. lawiw, Conductor.
LEA VK NOI1TH.
Pbilipbor... I0.ST, "
Claarlleld 11.46, "
ClaarlaliL. 1.40, "
Pbillnibir, 4.4, "
Onaola J. 07, "
Tjrona .JS, "
W. 8. PLVHMBa, Condnfitor.
Cl.arn.ld t:l "
Phlllpabor,.. (.30 "
Oiooola t.M "
Int.raMtlon. 1M M
Tyron... 8.0T "
1 Tyrone T.OO p. a
Iu.riicli,n... 7. ,7
Oneola - .....8 20
' Corwcnivllle.10.or "
BALD BAULK VALLEY BRANCH,
S.op Irate Trrona arrlr. 6.S6
0.14 Said E.ilo .!
4.1 J I 03
l.ar. 3.99 10.30
12.0, arrlre L. llaran
". " TYRONE STATION
WK.TWARn. A M
Pidtl.er, Kip'ae, 2:41
Paoioo K.raa, 31
Way PaiM'ngar, . 1:08
Mall Train, 0 41
Kail Line, 1:61
Mall Train, S12
Atlantlo Kiprci,, 0:47
Pblla'da Kipreat, 10:30
PIIIMPSBl'lia A MUBIIANNON (lnAKCIIKS
On and altar Monday, October 26th, 1876, Ae.
oommodatloD Tralna will run or.r the Pblllpa
burg and MorliannoB Branohn, a, follow, i
A. M. P. W. V.
7:81 11:18 4:36
1:44 7 11
1:68 10:80 8:00
2:1.1 10:48 8:16
1:1 10:40 8:21
1:J 1(.:6S 8:15
2:28 10:68 8:21'
1:3! 11:03 8:36
FARE FllOil CXKARFIELD, TO
BellafonU, Pa 85 051 Mlddlrtowa 6 00
Look Haven 1 70 Marietta. t 60
WllllamportH.A.. 2 8oLanoait.r . 6 81
Huntingdon.. 1 80 .PHILADELPHIA 7 86
Lawialown 100 Altoona 186
Maryitilr... u 4 68 Jr.haiitown. ISO
BAHKIHUUHM... 4 ItlPlTTKBUHU t It
Cloa. eonnMtlona Made by all train, at Tyrone
and Look Harea.
8. 8. BI.AIR,
nyl7tf. . 8operlnt.nd.nt.
Allegheny Valley Railroad. .
LOW tlRAUK DIVISION. '
ON and after Blonder, Decrmbcr 37th, 1075,
tbe passenger Ireins will rua daily (except
Bun day) between Red Bauh and lriftwovd. as
KAftTWAKD. Day Mall leaves Pittsburg
i S a. I Red Hank ll:eot plig J.actl.a I Jul,
n.w ireinirnrBl : p. B..I jna.mne
Troy 10 1 Brookrll :W 1 PollCT I I li R.y.
aoldeellle l ( 1 l)aHol.l:l(i K una, l( Taaaal
I M 1 Penteld :6 1 Weeltille 4:l ll.ii.aein
4 44 1 arrl.M at Driflwl alt I.
YA RK1 WAR Day Mall Iratee Driftwood
12:11 p. D.I Hrnttnt. I:I4 Wnd.ill. I ll;
Penlleld 11,: f ore mil Tunnel :1 i DoBolal,:
rlrynoldarill. I e, Feller'al:, : BraokTlll. I: Ms
Troy 4:ll Maye.llla4:U Hew BelbtakMB 4rW
Sllgo Jnnetion t: R Rank ai4 , arrive at
I'ltlrbart B:M p. at.
Cloe. Mnea-ttoai eaad. ltb IralM M P. S I.
Railroad at Dallunod, aad wltb train, oa tk
AUUf ky Valkl RallrMd at tU4 Snk.
DAVlD McA0,rMl tmfy,
A. K firtaoi, Sept L. O. Sir.
Mercantile Appraiser's List.
List of tbe names of Ihe retail dealers la foreign
and domestic merchandise, la tha county of
Clearfield for U7e, fiat i
(ilass. Bnrnalda Borough tax.
14 Mra. M. 0. Heed, drug f 00
14 John 0. Coaner, merchandise..., T 01
14 Jaekson Pate hi a, merchandise T 0
14 W. J. Kline, confectioneries,. f 0t
14 Jaa, UnMurray A Hon, merchandise..,! T 01)
II Horace Petohin, gen'l merchandise, 10 00
Clearfield Ho rough,
14 M. H. tllauta, con la-l loner les H 00
11 W. Endres, brewery M. 1ft 09
11 Carper Uipol.it, brewery U 00
14 John Trautman, furniture store 7 00
14 J. A- Rtadler, oon feet iutier lea M T 00
14 P. A. Uaitlin, stationery HH. T 00
14 Mrs. T. B. Watson, millinery - T 0
15 11. A. Rralssr, dry goods 10 0u
II J. 11. Lytle, grncsries v 10 00
14 John Oulloh, furniture store V 00
18 J. A. Btewart, olulhlng store 10 tm
11 J. K. Hanwera, boots end shoe 10 00
II William Reed, merehandiae 11 00
14 Weaver A Belta, merchandise . 7 HO
14 Ha.k.tt A Behryvsr, hardware T 00
14 1 1 arts w irk A Irwla, drugs T DO
4 " patent modielnec... 0 00 1
11 Adolph Heinsburf. clothing store, 10 00 I
13 A. (1. Kramer A Co., greoarlea, A feed.. 10 00 i
14 F. M. Cardoo A Bra., machinery T 00
14 Alex. Wat son, tobaocontat 7 Oil
14 R. (J. Shaw, tobacconist 7 00
II T. A. Flerk A Co 1ft 00
14 E. Y. tlujykunst, conleclioiierlea T 00
14 M. U. Itrown A lire , machinery 7 00
11 H. Mossop, merchandise 16 00
14 A. I. Shaw, drug 7 0U
4 " patent medlutoes t uo
14 Samuel I. Snyder, Jewelry 7 00
18 K. W. (Irahaia, merohandla 10 00
I Clearfield County Bault 80 Oil
14 C. I. Watson, drugs M 7 00
4 " pateut msdioines ft 00
14 Peter MeUeorgs, boots and shoes 7
18 M, B. Oowdrlok, clothing store MM. 10 00
11 Powell A Morgan, hardware 12 60
14 S. 8. Butters, restaurant 7 00
billiard room, 1 tables..,. 10 00
12 John Mellaughay, groceries ... 12 60
IS Abratn Uatos, hardware 10 00
14 J. II. Fletnint, furniture 7 00
II Sprenklesr Sweeney, fancy goodi, 12 69
14 S-J. Gates, boots and clothing 7
IS Faust A Ooodwin, mere ban disc 10 00
14 J. R. Irwla, drugs M 7 00
4 " re leu medl. ioos ft 00
14 Q. W. Weaver A Co., drugs 7 OA
4 " - u patent mod loin oo ft 60
I Curwensvilte bank SO 00
18 J. O. Wright A Co., clothing H 10 00
14 Watt H. Thompson, groceries 7 00
14 0. Graff A Hon, restaurant H. 7 00
14 W. A. Dale A Co., groceries, ate....... 7 00
11 J. P. Irvin, merchandise - 1ft 0
12 John I re in A Bros, merchandise M 12 s0
14 A. M. Kirk, jewelry - 7 00
14 Hefner A Thompson, clothing 7 00
IS Jacob Bilger, hardware 10 00
IS C. A. Korabaugh, groceries A notions. 10 9n
12 N. K. Arnold, merubendise 12 60
14 L. T. Ross, boots and shoes 7 00
14 J. W Rhodes, drags 7 00
14 Benjamin Charlton, confectioneries 7 Ob
10 C. W. Van do sea A Co , merchandise.... 20 00
15 A. F. Twip A Co., boots and shoes 10 0u
12 T. J. Fries A Co., hardware 12 to
14 A. J. Sbarbaugh, furniture 7 00
14 Peter Cameron, oonfeotioneriea 7 On
14 Miss Jennie Cameron, millinery 7 Oil
14 J. A. Phillips, flour A eonfeotioueriea. T 00
10 Frank Llverigbt A Co, merehandiae... 20 90
14 H. J. Shaffer, jewelry 7 0(1
14 W. J. Sbarbaugh, drugs H. 7 00
11 Andrew U leason, merchandise 1ft 00
14 Matthias Mayer, confectioneries 7 00
14 Abraham ttoss, conleetlonaries . 7 00
4 James Dunn, merchandise 7 00
12 ti.W.Diekcy A Co., merchandise 12 ftO
14 B. W. Ihrllnger, clothing 7 00
14 A. B. Aabton, confectioneries M 7 00
14 J. B. tiearbart A Co., groceries, etc.... 7 00
14 Mrs. J. D. Bi.ro at, millinery ... T 0b
14 Philip Mohring, furniture 7 00
14 Mrs. Sarah Roland, millinery 7 0
II N otter, Davis A Co merchandise 10 00
14 11. W. Siienoer, groceries, boots, shoes. 7 00
14 John Russell A bon, merchandise. 7 00
New vVaauliifton Borouarti,
I J. R. Mc Murray, merchandise...... 12 ftO
13 James Gallagher, merchandise 10 00
14 J. P. Feeth, confectioneries 7 00
14 William Hunter, merobandiso T 60'
12 -Kranse Bra's, groceries 12 60
19 T. 0. Himei A Co, merchandise MH 29 00
11 llartman A Fries, hardware 16 Uu
14 Oeorge R. Jones, jewelry 7 90
14 D. W.Jicller, tobacconist 7 00
11 W O. Kelly, merchandise 1ft C
12 Uerkwlta Hcbeelin, merchandise - II 00
14 J, B. Brown, confectioneries. 7 90
14 W. Wallace A Co , ooofertioDer.ee 7 00
14 Levi U ear b art, tobacconist.,,.. 7 00
14 Oeorge Boalleh, groceries H. 7 00
14 M. A . Painter, flour aad feed H 7 90
.lames Hesketh, con feet toner lee 7 00
13 R. O. Way A Co., f reoer.es 10 00
T Mvertgnt uros a to., merchandise.,... 40 no
14 T. R. Bleody A Co., drugs 7 09
4 " patent medicines, ft Av
14 Brlsbiu Bro's, books end stationery. .. T 00
II Cliiseas Bauh of Usecola
, lj tu
14 John II oil, merchandise
14 J. Uoes A Bon, merchandise
Deer aria Township.
IS John O. Glasgow, merehandiae...
II Johai Clark, merchandise
. 19 oo
, 19 09
14 Robert M shell ey, merchandise
14 Benjamin Pie hies, confectioneries 4 7 04
14 Thomas Bill, dry goods A groceries. .w 7 99
14 W. K. Bmoal, oonfeetieaertas M 7 99.
Brad lb rd Townahlp.
14 P. Curley A Co., merchandise 7 00
Woodland Fire Brick Co., gen'l m'd'se. S9 09
14 Sarah Brocks, dry goods A greoeries... . 7 00
14 John Heberling, notions 7 09
14 Tbos. HonlgomerTtdrygnods,groceriee. 7 90
14 Glasgow A Kllis, gsu'l merchandise.. . 7 00
15 Jones Bro's, general merchandise..... 1 00
IS C. I. Evans A Urc., merchandise H. to 00
14 M. 0. Baum, notion HH 7 OO
9 Jobn DuBols, gen'l merchandise 15 00
13 Dan'l Qeodlander, gen'l merchandise... 19 00
13 Jos. Seyler A Huns, gen'l merchandise 10 00
14 J. H. Kdiogcr, Hardware 7 00
14 Charles Hobwem, groceries. M 7 00
14 Christian Burke t, eonfeotienenes 7 00
II Mocre, Hamilton A Cc, gen'l mereh'ee. 10 00
i o. u. Hunts, notions M..
14 h. B. Carlisle, merebanrlise
14 HQ. McKenery. een feet loner ice,,.,
14 Simon Rnarr, oonleetiooeriee
14 Ueorge L. Knaer, boots and shoes.
Hum aide Trwualilp
14 Aaron Patobia, merchandise ,
14 Paul White, merchandise
14 Z. T. llcCrackeo, merohandiec
14 J. A J. Hnydor, merobandiso
14 James Curry, groceries
14 O ill Hand A Hnfeendora, merchandise.
II 1. Of. Coatriet, merebaadiee ...
4 " patcatmedioiaes....,
14 Ir. F. I. Nevllng, groeerles
14 Francis Coatriet, merchandise .,
14 Francis Lei gey, merehandiae
14 Justin 11 ubel, merchandise
14 Peter Oaraier, confectioneries
. A 00
, 7 00
, r oo
II W. J. Jacksoa A Bro., mervbaodlac...H 13 60
14 Jacob Mock, merehandiae
CSIrard Tow nab I p.
14 F. A. Mlgnot A Bre., merchandlsO.',
14 Robert 8. Stewart, notion
14 O. H. West, groceries ,
(J rati m Towoahlp.
15 Thomas II. Forey, merchandise
4 " " " psteat mcdloiner
ftttllcli Town eh Ip,
11 P. A A. Flynn, merchandise
4 " potent mciliclces
14 Thomas A. Pri deans, merchandise...,
., 7 09
a. 7 00
. V o
i. i 00
... IA 00
.... 9 00
.... 7 00
... 7 90
.... IS AO
.... 7 00
... 7 09
14 Henry AUemau, merchandise
Hunt o Townehtp,
15 Lyon A Liohter, merehandiae ,
14 Joseph E. Hilsler, restaurant
14 C. I. Wood, drugs and notions
IS C. H. Coryell A Cu merchandise
. IS AO
. 7 00
, 7 00
14 It, W. Brown, eon loot toner.ee. etc
14 Charles Ho backer, clothing
14 Mrs. McCranor, notions
14 Miss Nauoy Lure, millinery
14 A. Horning A Bun, hardware
14 James Bruno, notions..,
IS Olivsr Wallace, merohandiec 10 00
IS Henry Doubles, merchandise. ,.,..
14 R. M. Johnston, merohandrae
14 Alex. Creswell, drugs and notions
14 B. F. Bwsn, confection eric A ,
14 Ijcv) Btroop, merebandiee
14 M. 4, Commoford, notions.., ,
14 W. S, H offer, merobandiso .,,
14 J. W. Potter, merchandise
14 J. C. MoClosky, merchandise ......
14 Uodfrey Fisher, merchandise ..v
14 John Fex, groceries
11 Charles Hbaler, brewery
14 deorge N. Col burn, merebendWe, ......
Morris Town ah I p.
14 Leonard Kyler, merebandise ,
14 Jamee Thompson, confectioneries
14 Peter Moysr, merebcadiae
14 Jonas Moas, merehandiae)
8 R. B Wifhtoa, gen'l merehandiae
14 Wm. A. Moore, eel ions ........
14 J. B. Raflerty, greeeriee
14 Adam 6mltb,eoBfectianeriee...,....
14 Jos. R. Arnold A Co., merehandlse....
14 I). Bm laser, merebandiee
14 Miss M. J. McCulloagh, millinery
14 Jkmes Oornley, merchandise....
. 7 o
. 7 00
. 7 00
14 Id. A. w arret, drugs....
14 Thomaa llmderaoa. groe.rl.e-
11 Fiaher Uro'a A Miller ,arrob ,adiee.. II
II whitehead A Co., merebandiee
II Andrew (tlreeon, BierehaadlM
14 W. tt. Pblllipa, oonleetloaerlee ...
14 Edwin Urandy, eoafeettoneriea
10 00 1
14 IhiBiW SbmI, greeeriee and floor ..M T M
I. M.UrorlgblACo.,B.reliaadie..M..... 0 00
I aertlfy tbat tb, abora la a cornel Hat ot Ihe
Baaaee and pereoaa and Irmr aaaeeaW far the ear.
pant year. h'oliM la hereby given that aa appeal
will b. held at the Coonty ConninlealoBero oAee,
la ClMrAdd, aa WKiiMtKbAY, tb. bib day ol
April BUI, where all who lel theBBMlvee aggr let ed
eaa attend If they aea proper. K. eiMrettoBa
MB he Baad. altor tb. day .( appeal.
Laiimbarg, I JESrit LIKIJ,
Marck A, !!( -41 J Verraa'H. Apralwr.
BOOT & SHOE
HAT & CAP
ROOM No. 1, PIE'S OPERA HOUSE,
A full and oomt'ltt. Miortinent of new good.
nu new ktim. uown 10 v
"HAJiD l'AN" rnicEH.
CIiIhui n Invllod to o.tl .Bd .Mmin, my
tuflk and JudR, fur tbotiHlrta u to quslitj wid
prion, ui gwui. .
JOSJI'll 8. BHOWEHS.
Clcirll.ld, A.Tll H, 1871.
THM CttlCAdO SVD OIIKAT-WISIMH Kill.WAY
Embrere under one management the (Ire at
Trunk Hallway Lines of tbe WKoTeod NOKTll
WKtiT, and, with its numerous trenches and
eunneclions, forms tbe shortest and quickset route
oeiweoD ..hiuai.o ana mil rioinie in irunoie, n in-
cons., North Kan niinuoAif, Miknssota, Iowa,
Nebraska, Cam roam a and the W kstk as
Omaha and California Line
Is the shortest and best route for all points la
NoBTiiXptn Ilmkois. Iowa. Dakota. Nrbraska
Wroaise Colons no, Utah, Nrvaha, CALiroa-
sia- Oaxouir, Cam a, Jafar and At stealia. Its
Chlcngo, Madison A St. faul
Is the shortest line for NonTnan Wtttcosaiir and
SitRRRsoTA, and for Wapisoji. At. Haiti- Mir-
rkapouii, l f i d vn and all point in the Ureal
norm west, jis
Winona and St. Peter Line
Ie tbe only route for Winora, Rochrhtrh, Owa
toh ha, Marbato, Bt. I'stbr, Nkw Ki,m, and all
points in rout hern and Central Minnesota. Its
Grrcn Bay and .Marquette Line
Is tbe only line for Jaxbstillr, Watkrtcwh,
Pimp Dir Lac, OsHKosn, Aiti.rtoii, Obbrr Bat,
NASA, nKIAVRBS, M ARtJl'XTTB, ItOt oaTOM,
Uamjoik and tbo LAUxHurKaionCui HTar. Its
Freepurtand Dubuque Line
Is the only route for Eunv, RararoRi,, Fans
pcht, end all points via. Freeport. Its
Chicago and Milwaukee Line
Is the old Lake Shore Route, aad Is tbe only ooc
passing through KvAfmon, Lakr Foeanr, Htou
I.ANO Park, 'aikkuih, Hacib, Kkhosua to
AS ILwAI'K KB.
rullman 1'alace Cars
are run on all through trains or this road.
This Is the ONLY LINK running these ears be.
tweeo Chicmgti and Ht. laol, Chicago aud Milwau
kee, or Chicago and Winona.
At Omaha our Hleepera eoaneet wilh the over
land Sleepers oa (be I'nion Pacific Railroad for
all points West of tbe Missouri River.
On the arrival of the trains from ths East or
Howtb, tbe trains of ths Chicago A North-WeaUrn
lUilwev LKAVK CHICAOO as follows!
Kr Council Hlufl,Omalia and California,
Two Through Trains dar, with Pullman Palace,
Drawing Room and blecpiug Care through to
For Hu Paul and Minneapolis, Two
Through Trains daily, wilh Pullman Palace Cars
attached on both trains.
For Green Bay aud Lake fupertor. Two
Trains daily, with Pullman Palace Cars attached,
and running through to Marquette.
I'or Mtlwauhee, Four Through Tralesdaily.
Pullman Cars on atght trains, Parlor Chair Cars
on day trains. -
For M part a and V limna and points in
Minnesota. Una Tlimugh Traio . daily, with
Pell man Hleepera ta Winona.
For Dubuque, via Freeport, Two Through
Trains daily, with Pullman Cars on night trains.
For Dubuque and La Crosae, via Clinton.
Two Through Trains daily, with Pullman Cars
on night traio to McUregor, Iowa.
FurHluua C It) and Yankton, Two Trains
daily Pullman Oar to Missouri Valley Junetina.
For l.ake C.enevi, Vow Trains daily.
Fur Kocklurd, erlliK eienoaha, danra
vlllc, and other points, you can bare from two
to tea trails daily.
New York Office, No. 416 Broadway Boston
Office, No. 9 Htate hire; Omaha Offlpe, 2A8
Farnbara Street, Osb Franrlico Otttee, 121 Mont
gomery 8 1 feel ; Chicago Ticket Offices : 32 Clark
Ktreet, under Sherman House j corner Canal and
Madison Streets s Kmtie btreet Depot, corner W.
Ktniie and Canal Streets , Wells Street Depot,
corner Wells and K toxic Streets.
For rates or information not attainable from
your home agents, apply to
W. 11. HTBRJtBTT, AlAnvin II ton ITT,
Oen. Pass. Ag't, Chlcagu. 'Jen. Ptip't,
Jaa. 29, leTo-ly Chicago.
Tbe undersigned finding it too inconvenient
to keep a Public House at the mouth of Sandy
and Central Point, desires to renl, sell, or ex
ebane tho former. He will exchange it for town
property in Clearfield or Cnrwensvilln. This pro
perty contains 9A9 scree, 40 of whioh. are cleared.
Ihewbule is underlet.) with coal, Are olav and a
vein of i run-ore, besides possessing a good water
power Tbe buildinsrs are a larffc dwellinc. barn.
oat houses, and asaw-miil, Possefsion will be
given at any time. The title Is Indisputable.
The prospective raue of this nrenerty Is not
equated in the county, and is therefore very
desirable as an investment, llesldne, a large
quantity of sew timber Is yet on the property,
which can be manufactured on the premises.
Lack ef help and mean to doTelupe It is my
reason for ottering it for sale. Anv further in
formation n be obtained by ad. ir wising (he sub
scriber. LAWKKNCK FLOOD.
Pren:hville, Pa., Maroh 1st -It mo.
FRESH MEAT-SEW SIIOPT
The undersigned hereby Informs Ibe public In
g Beret . that tbey keep on hand, regu erly, at
their shop, adjoining JOHN UllLICH'ri furniture
rooms, opjKJilte the Court Honse, the
BUST PRESir JIKPP, VEAL, MUTTON,
LA mi, POHK, ETC., AT
REDUCED mCKS, TO II !ASU.
Market morulngs luesday, Thursday, and
flatunlays. Meat delivered at residence when
A share ef a-'tcaagc Is respectfullv solirited.
Maroh 1, l..-ly. HTAUB A NOIlKIS.
1876. viiEiiilitnv7 TsYo.
To MtCIIIOAN, one sf Uie foremont, Dourlsh.
lug snd healthy Slates !
To buy a FARM out of the
One Million AcrckN
of One (arm I tig Innds for eale-hj the tlHAND
RAI'llm A INDIANA R. It.
Strong 0olls. Ready Marbcle, Bare Crops, tiftcd
Schools. H. R, runs through centra of grant. !
raised. Plenty ef water, limber and building
materials Prire frim 94 tn f-lli ( er acre; one
four ih down, balance on time.
tdTSend for illustrated pamphlet, full of facts
Slid llcures, arid He oonvinceil. Addnss
W. A. HOWARD, Comm'r.
(.rand liaplds, Mieh.
P. R. L. PIKRCK, fce'y Land Dep t.
T)OOT AND SHOE MAKING.
JOSEPH II. DKKKI.NI1, oa Market atrMt, la
Shaw'a Row, Clearfield, Pa., baajnat reoeired
a fine lot of French Calf bkina and Klpa, tha
b.at In lb. Btark.t, aad la bow pnpared a naaa
Bfactnr. .rerytbing la bla line, lie will war
rani hla work t. h. ai repreaented.
Ala., all kiad, of Leather and r'hoe Flndlnga
Tbe eltlaana of Clearfl.ld aad riclnlty ar.
raapeetfutly iaflted to glee bin. a call.
Work done at abort amine. MII'T.'iy
IjtOH kALI Tbe anderaigaed olTera Tor
aal. a raloal'le towa properly la the borough
ol Clearfield. Lot Main, fee. with a food two.
atory plank honae therron eroctwl, witil Hire.
reoaiB dowa otalr and fnar iMd rmtnta ap etatr,.
Alao. aewini poor, and bath room on aeeond floor.
I llouae fi.l.licd eontplet. from eollar tn attic
UMd doable pore, ana good water. Pnoa
ann.ti). and paymanta aaay.
0ang7S M. M. McCDM.OlrOII.
The Anal aeeoant 9t A. 0. Tat., Aaaigne of B.
A. P. Rynder, baring bra laid In Ih. Coart of
Common Plea, of Cleart.ld Co. will h. preeeltet
aad oowlrawd at alarM Tara, IttTI, Baw
b. eboara ta lb. aedlrvy. " ... bun
CVnrt,ld. P- " a.t.1 BLOOM,
, ,lwTS.4l PmtholHrtarr.
A. G. KRAMER & CO.,
Market Htr.t. o door wcaf of Itlanalon
llouas, lU.Brll.14, Pa.
Keri oiiBRlantly on Land
J I 1 1 A ,
i "AI. OIL,
Canned and Dried Fruita, Tohaooo, Clgara, Can-
, dire, Cider Vinegar, Batter, V; Ae.
ALSO, EXTRA OMH-1IADK
Wheat and Buckwheat Flour,
Corn Meal, Chop, Feed, &o.,
All of wbleh will be aold oliean for oaib or in
exchange for oonntry prodnee.
A. U. hKAJKB UU.
ClearBeld, Nor. It, I874. tf
WouM respectfuIlT notifv the nablic renerallv
that be has removed his (Jrooery Store from
Shaw's Row, to the building formerly occupied
by J. Miles Kratier, on Hocond street, next door
to Bfglsr's hardware store, where he Intends
keeping a full lino of
it o u i it 1 1: h.
11AMS, DKIKD BKKF.od LAUD.
SUGARS and SIRUPS, of all gradea. '
TEAS, Oreen and Ulaok.
COFFEB, Roailed and Urern.
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
c..r.fi; nu its.
All kind, 1b tbe markea.
PICK tKS, la Jara and barrela.
SPICES, In .tery form and rarlrly.
All. klNnHOK(RArKl:Rtl. ,
Coal Oil ui Lamp Chimneys,
And a good aaaortroent of thoee thlnga aanally
krpt in a grocery otore, whicb b. will .xobang.
Iur marKMtug at in. maraet pileee.
Will Mil for eaab u .b.aply a, any otbar oaa.
rieaa. mil aad lea bi, atoek and judge for
Clearleld, Jaa. A, 18711.
JAS. II. LYTLE, .
(Sncnuor t. LYTLB A MITCUXLL)
WHOLESALE ANP RETAIL
Qt'llOirii 1.1 MR (IP TEAR.
Pareat 1b Market.
DUTTUR AMI) EGGH
Will be kept and aold at frit eon. Calb paid
for Country Produe.
IVaekeral, Lake Herng, Cod, Ac.
PICK I. US.
Parrel Tlcklea and Engllih Pickle,.
' FI.OIIR A Nil FKKII.
Floar, Corn Meal, Oat Meal, Ae.
nn-ht'IS .IAS. II. LYTI.I.
CHEAP GROCERIES I
LLMBKR CITY, PA.
The nnderalgncd annnnncc. to hla old friende
and patrona that he baa opened a good Una ol
liltOt'KHlKS A PROVISIONS at tb. old ataad
.d Kirk A Spenocr, fbr which he aotleita a liberal
jtainwtaire. 11. w. Bi'fiNur.n.
Lnmher Cltr, Pa.. March tO.tf.
COVEHT'n patent metallic
Made of the best Mallea
ble Iron, and Is attached
to tha 11 antes by tbs best
Knap aver Invented. It
Is easily and quickly put ,
on, and prevents the
whipping of the horses
by the pole, biot liable
t get out of repair.
Will lest for years. All
we ask Is a fair trial, to
convince all parties us
ing them that they are
uasurpassea tn value toe
the purpose for which
they are intended.
PAOKRTT A SCIIHYVKU.
Clearfield, April 1&, l7t.
For upwards of twefcly years Ibe leading busi
ness College nf the United K l ales, affords unequal,
led advantages for the thorough, praetiral edlura
tion of young and mldlle sgrd mea. Atudents
admitted at any time. For circular address
J. C, H. MI Til, A. M.,
Ths "IHOM CITV (OM I t.K" is the
.nly institution of the hind In this city that we
jeentmend ta tb puMie patrnnage.,eeyl-
rtsi tiauntr, I'tftoburyk, fa. Hep. lft, 70-m.
The co-partrersliip heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, doing business In tha
hcrongh of Wellneeton, llearfleld county, was
dissolved by mutual convent in March, 174. T.
0. Woodsidea retiring from the Arm. The books
having beea left tn the hands of John Holt fur
settlement and collection. JOHN Mm.T,
T. D. WUODSIDKS,
T. M. HOLT.
Wallacctcn, Pe.aTeb. U, IS7B-4I
IOaMIC and settle. ,
Hating Uheti my brtbe'
idesire to bar .ato-partaonhip. I
tare , acconnte aloeeel, I ibere-
.re act Ice la all wbo kaow themselves la
deb ted to ma ta come forward eaea and settle ap,
so ibat ne eaa take a we eWparwire,
ricarweld, Jly 14. 'Tfc-tf. F. M. CARPOW,
T 1CENSB NOTK'K.
The following pcrtons bare fll4 la tbe
of the Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sessions
Clearfield county, their petitions and? bonds
incenses, at uie atarca sessions bcxip agrcaoiy
to us Act or Assembly :
J. O. Dillen
John d. Uergey
fl. B. Row ,
W. 8. Bradley
v. tie rmiertoa ,
W. H. Jaeksoc
Wm. lurren .....,
A. W. O'Oradr
B. 8meal H
B. C. Howe
Wm. II. Dancer
W. A. Magooiglc......
J. C. Curry
M. Sisen bower
fl. W. Davis ,
Neal Dougherty MM
Milo Hoyt , ...
Jamee Habersham.,... M.,u
fl. B. Roheoker
W. H. Kilmer-
A mam Knarr H. ..,
Oeorge Pearee aM..n
Samuel Gordon .......,....
Peter Oaraier ..
fl. E. Rohaoker
O. T. Slmontoa
Ueorge M. Colbura ,
II oat id ale
. Clear Held
?,. Y. Uodrkunst
M. 8. Utaats
8. 8. Batters ....
Wm. Well a..... .....Ht.oti.lalc
Ed Becbe Bterling
Clearflsld, Feb. t3, 1878. Clerk,
8KLLINQ OFF AT COST.
All tbat large and well selected stock of Boote
and Shoes of all kinds enough for the nation,
nets ana inns rcr men and bors. a full suon'r
for the Centennial. Trunks. Carrot tacks, and
flcnts' Furnishing Goods of all descriptions. Are
selling from day to day at tost, at the old Bhoe
More of Peter Mrfleorge, in Clearfield, nearlv on
polite the Court House. Store open at all hoars,
and J. W. liowe, tbe mrst accommodating elerk
in uwn, is ready to wait on customers and receipt
ior K"eas, no is aito eumonsca to seme ana re
ceipt for all store aooounts of Pster MeOeorga.
io onarge ior snowing goons, a. u. jmk,
icarDeid, ra., ret. j, isva-tr Trustee.
All persons are hereby notified that t hare
been chosen Trustee for the creditors of PKTBR
McGKdRHK. of Clcarfleld, Pa. And aisurh all
the personal property ot all kinds, together with
all Judgments, notes, book accounts, and elaima of
every kind, owing or belonging to said Mr Oeorge
have been assigned and deliverd to me as Trustee
aforesaid. All persons Indebted to said Peter
Mcfleorge In any way ara hereby noti6ed to
make immediate payment to ma, as 1 alone am
legally empowered to receive and receipt for tbe
same A. C. TATI,
CIcsrAeld, Pa., Feb. S3, 1876-lt Trustee.
T inUTOK'S NOTICE.
B. A. Irrln and Jas. B. !
firs ham, Ki. of Wm.
In the Court of Com.
mnn Pleas of Clear
field eounty, Penn a.
Pi. Pa. No. M June
llcnr. Rwan TWo, IHtl
uenrjr Hwan. Jwn, ln;4r
rb. u.m.,.i.,i A.n.. .i,t k. it..
Coart, lo .liatribolo the fund, arialng from the
givoa autioa that be will attend to the dntloo of
hi. aiiiinlntmcnt at hla offlc. in t'lcarllcld. on
l rl.laj.th. 10th d.j or March, lHJtl, hclweea th.lCoorl, Court of Unarttr Seialona, Court of Orer
houra of 10 o'cloch a. IB, aad A o'clock p. m.,wlion I and Tarminar. nitd Cnn.t r ,l.H-i r.n n.,1-
an.l where all parllea Interealcd ma, attend
llier M. proper. W. M. M.CI' LUltlli II.
Clearlield, tcb. 1.1, lsrn at
H. A. KRATZEK,
(srcCKMnn TV-) 1
nrat-rn . . : p'
DIIY unoiiR, ,
Market Hirer.!, Urarflrld, Pa.
Teh. Id, tl7fl.lt
ltAZIEK'8 CKNTKNNI AI.
A book containing over Hlitv beautiful lltaa-i
tratlona of Kahibiti"B tinildiaga, a'airmoant
I'ark. tndenendenn. Hal In rTTfl and
vfW:ii "r11, S' ?oll,f' "Mn,tf -:
pie, I atbedral, and ill llh ..r Interest la
, anel a eosnaendtnen or all other tnicrmsnon
ahse lately Indespeniable fur tbe Oaten at el Vis
itor, whe ougbl to make himself thoroughly
familiar with lis coatee is befeea alsltiag tma
htlilttua. Beat sny where by rttnrn ol mall on
reeeint of artce. Twenty cents. Address John W.
Praslcr. Mo. IH1 Ijacth lath street, thiladelpbU.
nig (rede dleeownt to eonntry ri!.1ej. J"pl?.'TJ
I .1 , r
IS IT YOU
Who uid tfitt you would like to got tuch Clothing at City
1 fooplt anv, miner man me mnoitsan goons com
monly aold ? This will tell you how to do It, "
The vary largo Increaae ef our bualneoo allow, ua to make
. aVlU. lOWM KAI.I Of PSICtMND
You Can Save Enough
la buying a Bait at Oak Hall . - .'
TO PAY FOR THE TRIP
from anrwhere la this County to the City ef Philadelphia,
and have a day of alght-aeelng beatdea. Wanatnaker A
Brown ataad by thie Statement, and Bw will
you aftar one trial.
the ttoecs we aetlf
Far Mea A Baya.
a m tV
retail. We bear ae ill-will to aay one, and state this only because some
dejders sell poor goods as coming from our house. 7o each of our custom
era we are mportsible for article bought of us. . Ry our plan of Ticketing
the rtgkt uamtt td the eaatcrtala on our goods, no one can be misled as W
Jualitwe. , i
- ata-wAlir -Lm I a hlSTr. m.MMt mMt,M TK
, Winssjisker A Brews
also, that the money will be paid
wlihea, fur any reason, to return
where the Start Is.
Philadelphia, It la a large builuing.The aire of fmir orilinarv alore, and ia
on ll,. S,,ih-e,.i comer of SIX! H S 1X111-hlXI H hlXTII
II and Market
Thoao wh. cannet
t. Ore City.
to the EvpretMi Co. en receipt ot Bot, and the privilege of examining thru
Is allowed befura paying Where atKd do not please, we will return ths
moucy and pay the eipreatsfc btk to Philaddphia.
Pew tkMtid tun t let mr umme n tkt Building and tvrr tA dmr
as jvm mtr.
WANAMAKER & BROWN.
Jirji Coofls, tSromirs, t?.tr.'
e ft a.
e j .
PI PAV H
eTl H r"N S 'C S
ITTilRREAS, Hoa. 0. A. MATER. Pr..lA.m
aw ,j , .l- l. :
.'V """ voara Of UOBmoB 1'laaa Cf
ih. Twantv-Atlh J..,lli.l n a..
ana Hoa. iti.lau 0. r.inr and Hon. Joan 1,
; nun, nwn.nia .BQgM t, Ul.arB.ld MBBt,
j bira lued their precept, to me directed for Ibi
holdlne of a r.nrt f rv,M. ti n'.... ,
If .ry.allhe fourt HouaealClearllcld.lBan.1 forlhe
onunt, of Cle.rll.ld. .,rin
aioMuay, lit. IMHItday of Narrili, Inltl.aod
u. ruiHinuo una weaa,
NotU K IK, tberef.ite, herebj glrea, to the
Coroner, Jurtlco, af the Teao., and OonaUblea,
In and for aaid counlj of Cltarlald, to appear In
th.lr proper pcraona, with their Reeorde, Holla,
Inquialtlona, Kiaaalaatlooe, aad ether HeaicB.
hranoea, to do thoM thlnga which lolheirotuooa,
and lo their behalf, pertain to b. don.
II)- an Aot of Aaacniblv, paiaed the 8th day of
tlai, A. ll. 1864, il ia u'aile the dnlj of the Jul
ticca uf the Toac of tha aercral eouatiea of thii
CoaiiDonw.alth, ta reiura to the Clark of tho
Court of Unarler Kolona of th. rc.iiM.ll.
eoonilce, all I lie rraigninrwae catered Inutbefnr.
Ilicn br any percun or peraoa, charged with tha
totninlaaioa of an, ,Tiro., .scopt auoh Mca aa
Btar be ended belore a Jiiatlc of the IVac, an
der exleting law,, at lea.t ten day, before the
rommrnr.aicut of tho (union of the Court to
wmen the. aia made rclnrnaMrrerpertlrclv.anil
In all oaao. wltern en. wnl... . . . J. j
Int. Iraa llian ten d.) . before Ihe oomtarncctaent
or the aarali.B l. which the)- ar. arad. naara.
Me, Ihe aaid Ju.lieea are to morn Ih. aame In
the,.iaemiHiB...M If aaid bad hot been
l.lVliSi ander aaa bnnd at ClearAel.l. thla nth
r'hm"y n the rear .f oar lord, on.
w vlli( nHa,lrr. .oq a.rcnIT'
frb. V t. W. . Mcl'HI.RBUN,
JjTVOICE MOTICR." "i
WlllialB A. Cox
n Ihe Coart of Coup- ,,,
L'.Biaa 1. ( oa.
r in. ui t,iewrw., C0l
utaabl WimVy : yon. Tana tea .9. Cos,
'77 '"""- to be and appear at our
r2 fJ?gr '- t we 1.4.1 aU'rear
.' K-4 day of Uarch A. l., STt sod
q L J a aa 'Jr
T H . - Pk
m qj aa.
ImJt eTN a hi S -
5 ,r ! ...
n ! It
:B gsf ' i -
Leai $ '
5-- ' f
" '.e onnpniBi ot tne sat a witttsn a. Coji.
W. R. MoPHRMtOrf. V
,T-t, 9. 1TTA -.. MKerW. '
' 't- ' i
be imr ef what we sell we msnulactiire our
feds, some of them la our own builtliag,
They ate well cut, sewed and finished. They
relied upoa, Storekeepers out of the city
urt wkUimU, but confine ourselves t
1 nn, e pniM to Cqueintancee and htrangtrt.
'Jo city pmpk oiul couiilry people eijual
advantage. With ach article sold, a Cmarmttttt
Is given, thnt the Phfe it a lowaa il can behnught
anvwhere. and that tlte quality is as reiwrenied j
back in full, if purchaser wt)un 10 days
the goods, unworn, ,
people having stores In nilJl.l
Mrtit our iibob. catdl. advcniMm
is important iiMeeed.becaw.unorliictpIed
pie naving stores in niiuocipnia, cttm
'tit our signs, caids, adveniscmcnu. and
top etranKCr. on In. untx.wlkJmhiiiittttiMi
about where the atore ll, ao that the, aaav ulllhrir
counterfeit aooda. Ther. la but on. Ualt Hall ia
D. I terns of material and nrkea by
rhen raounto,. lenooa can hav.
madc-uo eoods sent bv Exorees. bv seed-
measure (we rurntih easy directions that
can mcaiure by,) and describing eoLoe
eaw V . AT. a S SB lajf..
jist ov JURORS.
List of Jurors drawn for March Tern, A.
Oth?'' "0ln"e,lelB 00 lh,nl faBday,
Jno. Kims, ' HnrnsideiJsn.ee Cnrrv. Th ae
E. A, flifler, Clearfield
Jaa Havsge, N. VimrnVn
R. H. Uwsbe, Oaeocla
Jas. Dickey. . Dcoeariai
F. 8. Nevlinc. Cov'rtan
Moses Owens, Decatur
B. Speck man, (Jraham
Lueien Bird, Uustoej
J. . nil hs, bell
James McNeal, Jordaa
Jos. Rupley. Ker thane
D. W. Cbilson, Bloom
David Meese. Botxtrsl
J.W. McCullough, Keoi
a. moms, uredlord
Oeorge C. Kirk, Brady
Kraatus Luther, "
James Dowler. Boroside
u. a. m HcUell, iaawrwnoc
Wm A. Moore, Pena
Isaac Caldwell. Pike
8. Henderson, Wood'd
VBAVnaSB JfROBS. '
n. Kralser, Clearflsld
Peter Id srin, Qirard
Pranoit II u gar, M
Conrad 0 inter, Quitch
Ueorge Newell. II us ton
Oliver Moore, KarSbaoi
Pster Owens, Law-ranee
0. R. Merrill, "
A. ll. Uulleb. '
Wilson Hoover, Morris .
A. S. Goodrich.
P. M. Cardoo,
W.D. Irvin, Cursville
rrank Koss. Beccaria
John W. WoU, ltell
Henry Trump, Bradford
J. W. Hollenback. M
Thomas 11. Lite.
William Danver. Pena
John Heqd, Brady
ji. b. aitinger,
II. U. Hovler.
tvouen f orter,
John Riley, Born side
Sam'l Ardery, 1
J'anisi fitttnan, "
Isaac N. Rainsy, Chest
Wm. Westovar. -
mil ton Heed, "
M. h. C. Brans. . "
Christ. Lanicb, u
Wm. M. Price.
8 MoOlaughlin, "
T M sorer, Covlnrton
Ang. Ron oni
J. M. Dressier, Union
(J. W. Wooden, Wood'd
Jos. Alexander, u
n. nepuart, liccaturi
Notiee ia berob, giro. Ibat tha following ac-
eonnta bare been axaaiined and paaewj b, aa, and
remain filed of raoord In thla offic. for th. in
apection of heir., legateea, creditor., and all other,
intoreited, and will be preeented to the neat Or-
iimi. .ourv et uiearneid eountr, to be held at th.
tart Hoaee, ia the borough of Clearlield. Mm.
menclng on the .Id Mondar Ihcln. th. !oth d..i
of March, A. 1). 1N:
Aocouat of l. Q. Berger, Admlnlatralor of (Tie
eatate of John toner, late of Bradford towa-
Jahlp, Clearllold oonnlj, Pa., dM'd.
mal aeoouBt ef Nichelaa RoaaaelokAdtnlnietra-
tor of the eeuta of Claudioa Rotueulot. late of
Uiraid townabin. ClMrAc:d On.. P. a.'a
Final ,eooBatof Kiebolne Boaaaelot, Admlniatra-
tor 01 me aetata of Marianne Koa.ielot, lata of
Oirard townihin. Clurfl.lrf ..,. u. aa
Final acooant of Juhn B. U.ffertr, adnilniatrator
oimee.i.f.01 uaniel CaAjr, lata of Pens towa
,hln. Claarnead count, p.. rfM
Final acooonl of John B. RifTertr, Adtninlttrator
ot mo eaiai. 01 looma. H.Ben j, lata of Feaa
townabin. Clearfield count.. P a'a
Final account uf John Uuoaell and Samuel Eirk,
auniriog emutora of Jaaoa Kirk, lata of tb.
Borough of LninbMitjr, ClnarGeld couatr,
Partial acooant of Joka Roaaell and Jaaoa Kirk,
eiocntora ot liaac Kirk, lata of ClearOeld
Count.. P... de'd
Krtial account of Joba Haaaell and .taaon Kirk,
auiuioiiiruora 01 tne eiuie ol U.rid Kirk,
late of tbe Boronjk or Laabar-.ity, ClMrlield
eoantj, I'a., doe'd. .
li. J. MORGAN,
F.bruarj 13-te Rcgiater A Rooorder.
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STREET, NKAR P. 0.
Tke underaicned bcra learo to Inrnrm th.
tana of Clearfield, and tb. public generally, tbat
he baa oo band a fine aaaoruncnl of Furaiture,
each aa Walnut, Cbeatnut and Painted Chamber
Bullae, Parlor Sullea, Reclining and Etlanaloa
Chain, Ladiea and Genu' Kaaj Chelra, tbe P.r-
r.icw vmiug aao ranor unalra. Cane Mcata and
Windaor Chair., Clothe, Here. 6ten and Ktuaa
loa Ladder., Hat Hack,, Borabbiag Bra.hee, Ami
MOULDING AND PICTfRB FRAMES,
Looking Olaaaea, Ckronoa, Ac, wklck would b
uitahle for llulieaj proaenta.
iMtt n , JOHN IROriMAN.
OK 3 A L E I
A large and well-Halabed Brick Dwelling, alia,
ale oa tb. rlv.r bank, la th. borough .1 Cloax
lleld, Kinuinlng elaen rooata, with good oallar,
water in th. kitchen, and all the moil.ro con.e
ntenoM. P.atrl.a, Bath-room, Clo!hro-preaaca, Ac.
Lot alitr feat front and two hanilred and thirty
feet back, with a twenty foot alley oa tbe aaH
aide. Bald building, with all the eppuilonamee
will bo aold olieap, with paymcntato auit uareha.
aer. Application can he made to lite ander.
aijned, or t A. C. Tale, Ea.,w1,o will glr. all
neoeeeary information to thoaa wbo deaire t in
ipcol tbe property.
F. M. CARD0N A BE0..
Rear or Pie', Opera llnttae, 1
. CLEAItflbUD, FA.
Oar arrangcinenla are cf the marl eompletr
cb.nMler ior fumlahiag the wuklla .111, Krcah
Mcauof all kind, and ef theory heat nitallt,.
Ha alao deal In all kind, of AgrurwIMral Imple
ment., which we keep oa ei h.biii.o far th. hca
eOtof th.nnbllc. Cell around wbea ia town,
and take a look at thing., or addrcaa a,
F. U. CAMION 4 uno.
Ckmrltold, Pa., July 14, WMi.
jKiail K.X MAUiiKT. "
M. G. BROWN & BRO,,
Market S't., Clearfield,
Would anaounce to Ihe clliicni of th. town and
rlcinitr that Ih.T atill ken th. . .
tha old aland, where Ihcy will beep
Frch Uoef, Voat Mutton and Lamb,
1 f tho fin out qnnlitic..
Market nominee T... Tl. ....
.tarda... tl.u..U. "
Jua.,7S m M. t). BROWN A I1RO,
j" rMiiiiit WANTKn.
Protn one Wllllinn . l,4Pn nTlt, fbrtf r.r So
I. ? and :i pin, board,, 1j, 14 and 10 tact In length,
to b. .Wlivered ba n.1, n. u......"
P.ymcril lo be made ae follow, : l'art cab and
part In food CUT property, aa Binj be agreed
IT"H. Hid. ro be addrocead le
' MELLON snoTiums.
'! ' l.ambar Yardo,
' "ink Ward, Plti.kcrgh, Pa.,
or at oat bBA, nil SmllhJHd ,1ml.
ipyr EAif kaVjui.i-, knhixk
O AND BOII.KR8 FOR SALE.
Tjr fn . . w
.Ah. umtitgae4 Tara for tale on pra.cnahl.
tcrma, their atcam raw milt, loealcd at Wallhce)
taa, ClNrlrld Co., Pa. Th. engine and bollero
are ai good a htw. The aia. f tfce cagia. I.
14.34, and la la good nranlag order. They will
rel leelrphrnrle aad laik mill, and all Ik.
aaarkiag mmektawr la Utmlll. Partlaa wlahlag
to purehaaa aaa rail ob or addtwea
e GRAHAM. WALLACE SCa
a CTearfiell, Pa., Jna. M, UIJ, .