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OOT AND8U0R MAKING.
JOfllPI! B. DEltRING, at ttaiktt atrotL It
Shaw' Row, Cltarfltld. Pa., baajaat rtoaiitd
to lot af Franeb Calflklaaand Ilpt, tat
bait la ttat aarkat, and ta aov prapartd to nu.
afaotara a -try thing ta bU Mb, lit will war
rant hit work ta bt at .Tprtatntao'.
AIm, all klada af Uaibtr and Shat rinding,
Tha altlttna of Claarfiald and vtelalt an
rtiptttfally UvtUd ta gWt hi a a aall.
Wark dona at abort ootlot. Mf'Tly
Tha andtralgfltd wilt tatl at prlrata tali all
tbit traet or paroal of land altaatt la Decatur
townihip, Cltarfltld eouuty, Pa., within a abort
diitanoa of iba Tyrona A CUarflal l R. R., and
adjoining laadi of Robert fltxlfon and olatra,
and known aa tht Jaoob B. Gaarhart lot. The
said tract eon tain tat aerta more or leM, wltb
two rain of Taluabla eaal tharooo, baa al-aat 19
aorta altarad. and it iba key to a larga body of
eual about being dtvtJoped. Will ba told low and
tipoa oaa ttrma. For partifluiara, apply to
DAVID L. KHKBfl.
Cloarfltld, Pa., Jaly IS, 187.
nUEY & CHRIST,
80LI PtOPRIBTOBS Of Till
TONIC HEM BITTERS.
S.VB FOR MICK LIST.
lit v. at street,
ARMERS, LOOK HERE I
Would Mil tha altantlon of Farmers to tha fMt
that thoy ara reeetring
OKB OAR LOAD OF
Hebron's Patent Lock Level Tread
ONI CAR LOAD OF
CHAMPION MOWERS and REAPERS
And two kinds of GRAIN DRILLS FARM.
Kits' FAVOR1TH A FARMERS' FRIEND.
All tha aboee Maehlaaa will ba Mid CHEAP lor
CASH, ar exchanged for food HORSES
, and FAT CATTLE.
The; bar alio a lot of new
Which lha will dispose of In the aama manner.
Our Threshers, Rcaporl and Drill! ara af Ihe
ban inakaa In tba oouniry,anu warrauiea
Brat-elass in every particular.
Call at onr neat market in Pie's Opera Ilooee
and examine tbeee maenines.
F. M. CARDON A BRO.
Clearfield, Fa., March M,'7t.
HartaK, A Ulnti-nrf.
POWELL & MORGAN,
Alio, Manufacturers of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
CLEARFIELD, PA. .
Uk.RM.lNG IMPLEMENTS of all
kind! for eale by
' POWELL MORGAN.
r AILROAD WHEELBARROWS
for tale by
' , - F0WELL A MORGAN.
QIL, PAINT, PUTTY, GLASS
Ralla, ate., far lale by
JJARNESS TRIMMINGS & SIIOE
Flndlnji, far eale b?
Q.UNS,PISTOL8 8WORD CANES
for aala br
CTOVES, OF ALL SORTS AND
Sliel, for sale bj
POWELL A MORGAN,
RONI IRON1 IRON1 IRON
For eale hj
POWELL A MORGAN.
ORSB S1IOE3 A HORSE SIIOE
NAILS, for aala bj
ULLKY BLOCKS, ALL SIZES
And beat Maaafaatara, far aala by
POWELL A MORGAN.
TUMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE
' . BOXES, for aala by.
, P0WEI,L A MORGAN.
SACKETT & SCHRYVER
and aiuafMtBrara of
TIN, COPPER 4 SHEET IRON WARE,
Mcrond Htnet, ClearHcld, Pa.
Ilafln, ntttod ear atoraraom and denhled anr
took, we ara prepared to odor bargains la pnr-
abaeera in anr line, wa bare decide le M I
Strictly Cash Business,
aadcftn therefore roll at freatlj radaeed prices.
CarpaaUnand pnmwbo ooatanplata balld-
ing win mv wan hi saunina oar
Tool Mil Suilliss; Hardwir,,
whleb li saw and af tha beet maaafaatara.
IWe beep k larp ilock af
All klada of Beach Plaaea, Sawa, Ohieela, Sqaaras.
Uamaim, HalcheU, Plaake end U.ele,
Morticed Thnmb aaee, Berale,
Breaas A Bltu, Waod aad Iron
Bench Serewa, aad the bast
Boriaf Maohina la Iba
Doable and Single Bitt Aiesr
POCKET CUTLBRT, Aa.
Agenti for SuneWi Iron Cera Shelter ,
Alfo, agnu tot Rlebardi'
GOTHIC FLUE TON'S,
Vbleb affaotaally aire Smoky Flaea.
Farm Implements, Garden Tools,
af wary deeerlptloa.
'A large Tirlety af
."' vaiaa wa warraat ta fire aatlifeetlea.
rrrfA( JtuMfw, otaM nanaaert
aVRooHm, Speatlaf aad iob Wark aVae aw
raasowahlaaarma. All ardors will reaalra prompt
atlewtioa. Plamblaf aad ta tttmi attaadea) to
pwieaaaw.woramaa. May J, HII,
Our tt' AvrrtiirmtDt.
Fabllshed erery Utility by
GOODLANDER & LEE,
Has th l.trfet rimltUM of bay paptr
la Northwester raaaaylyaala.
Tbo largo and constantly Increasing
circulation of tho Republican,
realtors it valuable tobuilness
mon ts modiurn thro'
which to roaob lha
Tisns or SUBSCRIPTION I
If paid in ndvanco, ... 12 00
If paid after three months, . 2 SO
If paid alter liz monthi, . . 8 00
county payment must be in advance.
Ten linea, or less, 3 timoi, .
Each lubaequont iniortion,
Administrator' Notices, .
Exocutors' Notices, . . .
Auditors' Notices, . . . ,
Cautions and Estrsys, . .
Dissolution Notices, , ,
Professional Cards, 5 lines, year, ft 00
Special notices, per line, . . , 20
YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS i
One square, 10 lines,
Two squares, . . t
Thrco squares, . ,
One-bulf column, ,
One column, . ,
We have alwayson hand a largo stock
of blanks ot all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
! " :" FEE BILLS, 1 f.
kc, ic, 4o.
We aro prepared to do all kinds of,
ENVELOPES, , ,
IN THE BEST STYLE,
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR.ALL KINDS OF WORK
Caloodlander ft iLee,
Oearflf IdlCoanlj, Tiv
Coafmti'ro'i firtt page.'
ronfront you now nt sere. . Tboy are
tuo lasuei mat impunu Deiore tnu (mo
tile anil thry ara ta be anawored. It
is nob tut you to arraign the poet, but
it is fur you to answor for the present
Why do tbo people ery fur broad f
Why do they demand employment?
Why are they found In thousands
throughout all this broad land aeekiug
oinnloyment.iuntiny bread for their
children and their wives? Why aro
ourmanulacturora destroyed, our busi
ness nion bankrupted T W henceeomea
this universal distrust of those who
rule? Why is It that the people In
overy part of this broad land distrust
those who rule? Is your administra
tion of the Government an boncat one,
ia it a just one, in it a cheap one ? Ia
your financial policy a wiso onof
Thoso and kindred questions press now
upon tho pooplo, and the people will
bavo thorn answerod, Those who suf
fer and who see those whom tboy love
suffer, think' deeply, think seriously,
think earnettlly. The people Buffer
and tboy think.
Why have tho ouponsos of tho Gov
eminent increased sinco 1872 f I speak
now from official figures. Tho whole
sum expended in the fiscal year ending
Juno 30, 1872, was 270,559,695. The
whole sum oxeiidcd for tbo fiscal year
ending Juno 30, 1875, waa 1274,623,
392. Tho increase waa t4,063,GU7.
The decrease on account of intorost on
the public debt, Included in both items,
was (14,264,295, and the gross increase
waa 118,327,992. Deduct inorcaso in
pension and Indian appropriations from
1872 to 1875, 13,216,7" Ti'Sn-!, i
i-...fl from g72
1875. (or civil service, War and
Navy Department alone, ot 115,082,247.
Mr. Boutwoll. Will the Senator al
low me to correct him? . . ,
The President pre tempore.. Does
tho Senator from Pennsylvania decline
to yiold f ......
Mr. Wallnco. I cannot yield. 1
havo already stated that 1 decline to
be interrupted. Tbo Senator can niako
his speech after I get through.
Air. Boutwoll. I navo r.o speuvu ui
mako, but I should like to have tbo
Senator correct. .. '
Mr. Wallace In those year the civil
sorvioe increased from C0,984,757 to
169,100,884, making en incrcaxe of the
civil service from 1872 to 1875 of 18,-
The civil scrvico cost the pooplo in
the fiscal yoar onding Juno 30
isst ......... Wl.lH.oif
1HSII ,. M,474,0M
ShowiiiL' a trradual incrcaao sinco
tho war, until by the last report it
reaches (17,999,859 moratbun in 1367.
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Mr. Preaident, here ia the plain proof
that your expenaes are Increasing ana
Jrour Government becoming more coet
y. You profess your desire to re
trench. ou cannot retrench if you
would. Tboeo who create abuse In
governmental administration or suffer
tho necessities of thoir political beiog
to press them forward and thus in
crease cxponsos can nevor relorm toom.
It is as truo an axiom in political theory
as anything that oxists therein, that
those who create increased expenses
or wrongs In administration can nevor
reform them. The momontnm of party
organisation, tho hordes of needy re
tainers and the demands of officials
who manipulate tho primaries control
and direct official action. You aro in
the groove of party and party necessity
and you cannot set out if yoa would.
The only remedy is tbo lever of change
applied by the pooplo. - , . .
is your financial policy a wise one,
or is it a fruitful cause of oar present
ills? Can a policy which has created
and nourished a system by which 148,
000 in gold in Fcbrunry, 1865, has In
eleven years producod 1112,000 in divi
dends and now aggregate 1108,000 in
surplus anu other outstanding profits
in addition, and under which too own
ers thereof can now go into the market
with thoir 1100,000 of bonds bought
for (48,000 in gold In 1865 and sell
them, for (126,000, be anything lsc
but a cause of distress and disaster?
Yot this ia the record of a part of
your system, and it is not an isolated
cose. 1 tako eighteen cases of a simi
lar character distributed through tho
State in which I hvo, not old organiza
tions with thoir accretions, but now or
ranirations dating from June, 1863, to
March, 1865, and boro again 1 speak
by official figures. I havo tho data
from the Comptroller of the Treasury
in regard to what I say under data not
earlier than tho 1st of July. Those
organiantione ditto from Juno, 1863, to
March, 1865, when the greenback dol
lurs was ranging from forty-two to
sevonty-aix, averaging about sixty-five
cents in gold. With a capital of (2,
800,000 these eightoon institutions bare
depositod bonds to the amount of (2,
819,000. Their dividonds to July 1,
1876, are (3,851,455. Thoir surplus
and other profits are (l,8t!6,751, and
tho total dividends and surplus in twolvo
years on (2,800,000 is (5,718,204.
If tho bonds that tboy depositod aro
sixos of 1881, they can go into tbo
market to-dav with the (2,819,000 of
bonds costing in gold in 1863 and 1864
(1,832,350, and they oan sell thorn for
(3,551,940 In legal tenders. Thus tho
investment of (1,832,350 in gold yields
17,437,794, or mors than 400 per cent,
in twelve years. In those figures are
found the traces of tho rain of menu.
fiicturors,of morchants, of business men
of every class. The systom that per
mits such results is bad and only bad
oontinually ; the legislation that fosters,
that produces, or that pormits such a
condition of thing neods correction
and amendment. That legislation lios
it your door ; it is not ours.
This is but oneot the evils of this
financial policy. It should bo correct
ed by recognising the existence of othor
powors and othor intorost than aggro
gated wealth. Tbo time has oomo in
this oountry when something else than
KKrogKt0ll wealth is to be recogniiod
as the power of tho oountry. i'hore
are mon of brains and muscle, living,
breathing mon of this oountry in othor
vocations who have rights as well as
those who represent aggregated wealth.
The time Las come for the pendulum
to swing in the other direction, and
those) to power will mark j wall, the
query as to whether the hoof ha not
Is the country to tread remorselessly
undor the lead ot tha Senator from
Ohia Mr. Sherman the path to specie
5 ay ment .without preparation ? Sine
uly L, 1866, we hare sxpeajdtd od
ministration and paid debt amounting
to (3,8(1,502,508. This is equal to the
debt of Great Britain. No moro ox
baustivo labor was eve Imposed upon
aiy people, t U it strango that wo aro
distressed, exhutistod, and poor? Is
it tho part of wisdom to continue this
destructive process or shall wo make
baste slowly in our march to specie
payment ? 1 there to bo no tune to
breathe ? Is it strange tbut the peo
ple grow restive ? Art) there to be no
moment of rest for those who have
saved is well tho faith as the unity of
tin Repuhlio? , Is tins gononttion to
be forced into bankruptcy in order
that tho next may be freed from debt?
No wise government will do so for
such an Idea. . 11 is tho pain oi pru
dence to postpone resumption until
the pooplo are rested from tho ex
haustive nrooossosof the past ten years,
from the financial distress ot the past
three roars, and until by natural una
stondy growth of confidonco and busi
ness, resumption will oomo with case
ana with suiety.. Tins is no question
ot influtisti. It is simply a question of
the removal of astundingiiicnacolVom
the business men of the oountry, tho
romovnl of an appalling shadow wuicu
they beliove.whotber rightly or wrong
ly, is tho cause of their present
trouble. It is no question ol hard
money or . soft money. . Tb peo
ple 1 represent on this floor believe
in nayiui! their debt in honest money,
in coin. And, sir, my V"to will norer
bo found here recorded either tiir llio
inflation of tho currency to the extent
of one dollar or for nnytlituit ole thitn
the honest paymont of tbo public debt
in coin, lint, sir, tlioy ask with tho
eariiostniits of an honest people, where
aro tho evidences ot your noiiity to pay
yournotosr Vi hero aro tho signs ol
preparation for resumption f Is it tho
news that comes to us irom mo r.usi
but recently in which tho A. W. Sprniruo
& Co. mills are shutdown and oightor
nlno thousand employes turned looso
upon tbo world ? See the picture in
my own state. I no thriving niucnanio
or luboror who but throo years sinco
bought, his lot and built his bouso, paid
upon them tho half and gave bis mort
gago for the balnnco, finds that under
this polioy ins house ana bis lot ooiit
go to pay the mortgage; tbo hard
earnings oi ail ins years aro swept
away to increase tho value ot the Gov
ornmont'sobligiilions, which flows from
the shrinking of tho vuluo ot rent ostute
and the swelling of tho value of thoeo
obligations under your system of legis
lation, and his wile and children are to
be turned homelcsa upon tho world.
1 he onterprising man of business too,
tho mun who is betwern canifttl and
lubor with his baud upon both, tho
scheming, active, energetic mnn, the
middle class in this oountry, upon
whom all of its luluro depends, tho
hvo, energetic, business man with an
intelligent Dram, a cunning nanu, unti
an industrious bodv, this man having
but a small capital, hires money from
tbo capitalists to onnduct bis business,
and ho too under tho operations of this
system soce himself unable to meet
hat which bo has agrocd to pay, and
ho too must go to tho wall, l'roperty
dec reuses in value on every side-
Money and moneyed securities appre
ciate as the threat continues; men
grow suspicious ; value are unsettled
in overy direction ; sheriff's sales in
crease ; bankrupt morchants aro found
in overy culling ; tbo shadow oi sen
murder fulls upon tho path of many.
Your legislation, in the intorost of ag
gregated wealth and aguinst the busi
ness man, nns given as this condition
of things. Sinoe the use ol a mixed
enrroncy tbore has novcr been an hour
when all the paper obligations of tho
country could bo rcdoomod In coin.
Credit and confidence wero an osson.
tiul as tha modicum of gold that was
at its root. Can credit and confidonco
ever come while vulucs full and busi
ness mon quako and capitalists rofuso
to lend ? To steady values and stay
panics we must not only nrovidu snocio.
bnt we must bring tho pnblio mind to
the conclusion that they do not nood
it. Can such a condition of things
ever oome while the shadow of enforced
resumption without preparation ap
pals them With Its unknown terrors?
air, Pennsylvania, pointing to her re
cord and I apeak for tbo vast minority
of bor people; 1 am as conscious of it
as I am hore Pennsylvania, pointing
to hor past record, bor sacrifices, and
ber suffering, to her p rostra tod indus
tries, to hor manufactories closed, to
hor minos abandoned, to hor lactones
untenanted, to bor iron unsold, to her
coal heaps, to bor lumber in piles, to
ner tens oi thousands ol unemployed
men, artisans, laborers, and miners
scattered all ovor that broad Stato;
Pennsylvania,- that great Common
wealth, boro and now recognising bor
obligation to pay her debt to the ut
most farthing in coin Pennsylvania
and hor pcoplo ask for time, for pre
paration, tor an easier road to resump.
- Why do the people distrust thoso
who rule? Is your Administration of
the government an honest ono in their
viow ? It is for you to answor? Aro
the pcoplo justified in their belief that
wo have had an Administration of tho
Government that has discarded statos
manship and sought inoxporionoo, that
has Ignored Integrity m official trus
and patronised tho corrupted and tho
vile, that has permitted wealth to bo
gathered from meager Salaries, that
nns tolerated the jobber and the specu
latoron tbo threshold of the White
House, that lis reversed the philoso
phy of tho Trojan Who feared tho
Greeks nro thoso bearing gifts, that
has held complicity with gold-gambling
anu nurtured anu pelted a whisky
ring, stolidly winked at corrupt prac
tices in the custom-houses, disgraced
the country In the San Domingo and
the Sooor business, lost an Attorney
General who resigned pending charges
of misuso ol the public money, a Sec
retary oi tuo interior by unretutod
charges ot corruption in his Deport
ment, a secretary ot tho Treasury
iorcua irom nis place ny publio indig
nation, a Poetinastor-Gonurnl whose
method and record wero unsatisfactory
to a discriminating people, a Soorotnev
of War whose trial fbr ' bribery has
jusv peon conciuQou, anu a minister lo
Uroat Hritatn whose mothods a niiani
mous committee declared to be Im
proper and unjastifiablef .'Aro the
poople justified in this beliol? Aro
tboy right or ro thoy wrong whon
they ask with Impressivo earnestness :
tias not me rule ot onicini accounta
bility boon bold for naught, and have
not positions of honor and of trust
been mado tho bauble and tbo gift of
Eorsonai proleronco, and capacity and
onesty beon among the last qualifica
tions required? llava we not bad
bribery in tho War Offlco ? Aro thoro
not charges of swindling of nonsioners.
and of plundering in mail-lutting and
in surveys of the publio lands, of bribory
at oloctions, of black-mailing of merch
ants, of conspiracies to cheat lustico
and acquit burglars, ol disirraco in
diplomacy and personal misgovern
ment?. Aro thoso charge not true?
If tho pooplo bo docoivod in regard to
thoso charges, if thoy bo not truo, give
mom mo prooit and they will acquit
you ; give them the proofs, and thov
will not bold you responsible ; but thoso
issues are thoso to which tho pooplo at
the present hour seem to apply thoir
Biuiuiiun, xuuy ara mo viiai points,
tho pith and marrow of the struggle.
If tboy are true, have thoy been in
dorsed? The seventeenth resolution
at Cincinnati ; reads thus :
The National Administration merits eommeada-
Uoa lor Its honorable wark In tha manaaomeataf
aar demasUa aad foreign aSalrs, aad Pre.Uiee!
Oraat deeerfee thaaonUnwadaad hearty gralitada
of the America paepla for bis patriotism aad his
Imams santse I war sad paao. , , .
I makeno assertion thatthosocharges
ara proved ; I say they are In exist
ence. They are for yoa to answer,
and yon have Indorsed th Adminis
tration tnderwhk h the people beliove
them to have been in existence, Ii
these bo not truo, It Is lor you to how
. . 1. . .
their untruth, it Is very plain mat
the Issues sought to bo made lo-dny in
this Chamber aro not those to which I
hare endeavored to call attention. The
issue thut you seek to manufacture re
Inlos to the South, Your issue is to
bo based upon the misdeeds of the
southern people. It ia not the
questions of cheap government, of hon
est government, of a sound financial
policy ; but it is solely on the outrages
you claim have been perpetrated by
tho southern people that you sock to
have tho issuo fought We have had
this in the spoechu of the Senator
from South Carolina, the Senator from
Vermont, and tho Senator from In
diana. We ask you, is your adminis
tration of the Government a cheap
ono? Lot tho Increased cxponsos
found in your annual Treasury reports
answor that question. Is your' finan
cial policy a sound ono? Lot the eon
dition of tba business pooplo of tbo
country answer that question, isyour
administration of the Government an
honest ono? Let the records of the
past seven years and tho belief in the
minds of tho people themselves answor
llKl.lVinKI) IN TIIECOllRT llnl'SE, CI.SAR
riKLD, PA., ritlllAY rviNINd, AUtl. II.
Genti.eukn : Within a brief period
wo shall bo called upon to exorcise the
privilege of electors in relation to I lie
highoHt office known to our Govern
ment, and about tho performance ol
this duty I desire to express to you a
few thoughts. This rigiit of BUtt'rngo,
about which wo aro so apt to boast,
comes to us accompanied with grave
responsibilities. If in tboory and in
practico we nro possessed of the power
of solf-govornnioiit, it follows that we
are responsible, in a largo moasnro, for
the character of the Government under
which we live. Having the right to
select thoso who exercise the functions
of government, it is our fault if tho in
competent, tho vonal and corrupt bo
chosen for und retained in tho public
Borvico. It becomes our duly, there
fore, to oxorcise this sacred right under
all tho light wo can bring to boar, and
as fur as practicable lor the public good.
Tho Ropiiblictiu party is before the
country asking a new loaso of power,
so that its policies and practices may
bo prolonged, and it is our right to pass
upon that qucstiou. Honest differences
ot opinion about it may bo possibio ;
but, for myself, I can see it in one way
only, 1 think thut tho bent interests
of tho country require that the Repub
lican party should have a season ol rext
from the publio service. For ton yours
of peace it has bad control of tho Gov
ernment in all its departments, and tho
country is in the midst of ruin. At
the clone ol the war it had n great
work bel'oro it. I am not disposed to
nnderrttto the diuicultics ol the task
It would havo rnquirod something of
tho wisdom or a V, ashington, and tho
nerve and will of a Jackson, to huve
devised and carried out tho best means
to redeem the country from tho evil
influences of war evils political, com
mercial and moral. And in this con
nection 1 hava always regarded the
death of Mr. Lincoln as a great mis
fortuno to tbo country. But bo this
as it may, wo havo a perfect right to
hold tbo Republican party responsible
for tho results of its own policies. It
must answer for whut it faded to do, as
well as tor whut it did. 1 think it is no
conceded by all fair-minded men that
its policy adopted at tho closo of the
war was eminently unwise and unjust,
and, in tho main, (lie vory convorso ot
what tho welfare of the country do-
manned. ' tv isuom, justico ana mercy
required that vigorous steps should
havo been adopted to retrace the prac
tices of the war. Tho reckless and
prodigal use of money, and tha abuses
of power, indulged in during tho war,
had begotten halms ot thought, sent!
ment and practices totally unsuitcd to
a condition of poaco, Publio men were
thorcby educated up to a bad standard.
Republican statesmen ought to have
lorcscen tho ordeal bctorc them. 1 hoy
should have known that a full Treas
ury under such circumstances would
simply offer an opportunity to waste
the pooplo s money lor wild, visionary
and corrupting purnosoei. Thov are
not to bo excusod for not seeing that
llio country nod been exhausted by
tho war, and that justice required that
the peoplo should bo relieved of tax
lion. 1 1 was cruel and wicked to gath
er up the means ot an exhausted peo
ple by ill designed agencies, even for
admissible purposes. Tho Treasury
ought to havo been impoverished as a
means ol governmental purity and be
cause the poople cou Id not pay. Evory
dollar of taxation should have boon re
mitted to the peoplo, save only what
was necessary to pay tho interoat on
the public debt and the unavoidable
expenses of the Government. But the
politician and not tho statesman rnlctl
tho hour, and hence the excesses and
the demoralizations from which we are
Govornor Tilden shows, In his letter
ot acceptance, to what a frightful ex
lent the country b:is been oxhansted by
these nnjust measures. Ho says :
"Tho present depression in all tho
business and industries of tho pooplo,
which is depriving labor of its employ
ment, carrying want into so many
homes, has it principal canso in ex
cossivo governmental consumption,
tinder the illusions of a simcioua pros
perity, engendered by tho fulso policies
of tbo Federal Government, n wasto cf
capital has boon going on over since
tho peace ot lnliD, winch could only end
in universal disaster. Tho Federal
taxes of tho last elevon years roach tho
gigantiosumol llirty.tivo hundred mill
ions ; local taxation has amounted to
two-thirds as much more th vast
aggrognto is not losa than seventy-five
hundred millions. j.'or
thoso oleven yours governmental con.
sumption has been a larger portion of
mo national earnings tlinn tho whole
pooplo can possibly euvo, even in pro
porous times, for all now investment
Tho consequences of thoso errors are a
present public calamity."
These enormous drafts upon the peo
plo aro the primary rauso of their
present exhaustion. Tho substance of
tho Nation bits hcon wasted in a season
of riotous living. A superabundance
oi paper money, irredeemable, and
shamefully depreciated, a compared
with the standard ot othor commercial
countries, tended to aggravate thoovils
I have described, by begetting a condi
tion of fictitious values and stimulating
amongst tho people a spirit of reckless
speculation, at once corrupting and de
moralising, tnd from which tho present
crushing uisasior to our industries lias
arisen, and to extricate the country
from which is nnoof thediflicult politi
cal problems of tho times. I am for
tho gold standard, but I am not for
reaching It by such rapid and reckless
steps as would ruin tho entire class
sions set up by Republican politicians.
On this point of returning to spools
payments, I think the views of Gov.
Tilden eminently wiso and thoughtful,
and 1 most ask yon to let mo road an
extract incrvirom :
"The proper time for resumption la
the timo when wise preparations shall
have ripened into perfect ability to
accomplish tho object with certainty
and easo that will inspire confidence
and encourage the revival of business.
The earliest time in which snah a re
sumption can bs broutrht abont I tha
best. Even whon tha nrona.ra.tinn.
imu uavo Doen, maiureo, me Moot
data would have to be chosen with
reieronce to the thon cxistlag state of
trsdo mid credit operations In our own
. .... .1 l'r..H,l,HtMmmnNM
cou ii try, tho rounwof'foreign commerce
and the condition of the exchange
wilh other nations. 1 bestioclHc meas-
rus and tho actual dale are matters of
dutaii having reference to our chang
ing condiliona. Tucy belong to mo
domain of practical administrative
stuttMiiitinsliip. The captain of a steam
er Blurting Irom Now York to Liver
pool does not assemble a oouucil over
bis own chart and fix an angle by
which to lash the rudder for the whole
voyage. A Human intelligence must
be at tho helm to uiscorn me sinning
forces ol tho waters and the winds. A
human bund must be on the holm Us
fuel tho elements, day by day, and
guido by a niaslory ovor them.
41 Hitch preparations are everything.
Without tltuin a legislative command
fixing a day, an official promise fixing
a day, are sliums. 1 hey are worso ;
lliov are a snaro and a delusion to an
w ho trust them. Thoy dostroy ull (foil
flilenco among thoughtful men whoso
judgment will at least sway public
opinion. An attempt to act on such a
coinnmiidersliip, a promise without a
preparation, would end In a now sus
pension. It would be a fresh culamity,
prolific of confusion, distrust and dis
tress. The act of Congress of tbo 14lb
of January, 1875, emu-tod that on and
after the 1st of January, 1879, the
Socivlary of tho Treasury ahull redeem !
in coin I ho legal tender not.s of tho
I'uiluil Stales on presentation at the
olllce of the Assislunt Treasurer in tho
city of New York. It authorised the
Secretary lo prepare and provide for
such resumption of specio payment by
the use ol any surplus revenues, not
otherwise appropriated, and by issuing
in In diserulion curtain ciuhhob ol bonus.
Moro than one and a half of tho four
years havo passed, congress ana mo
President hare contrived ever sinco to
unito in acts which have legislated out of
existence in thesbapeofexponsosovery
possible surplus applicable to this pur
pose. Thocoinin tbeTrousiiry,vlaiinod
to belong tojtlie dovornmcni, bad on me
30th of Juno 'fallen to less than (15,-
000,000 aa against (59,000,000 on tho
1st of Janury, 1K7S, and tho availabili
ty of a part of that sum is said to be
questionable. Tbo revenue are fulling
luster than appropriations anu exponiu
tures are reduced, leaving the Treas-
y with diminishing resources. J ho
Secretary has done nothing under his
power to issuo bonds. The legislative
command, tho official promise, fixing a
day for resumption, havo thus fur been
barren. jo practical preparations to
ward resumption have been mode.
There has beon no progress. There
havo been steps backward. Tbore is
no necromancy in tho operations of
government ; llio Homely maxims oi
every day lilti aro the best standards
of its conduct. A debtor who should
promiso to pay a loan out of surplus
income, ei nv wen every uii iqn;iiu
iug all ho could lay bis hands on in
riotous living, would lose all character
for honesty and voracity. His offer
of a now promiso, or his prolcssions as
to the valno ot tuo old promiso, would
alike provoke derision.
Hut my main object on this occasion
is to look into the affairs of the present
administration, and inquire what claim
ilhns to our siiecinl lavor. It promised
abiiiidantly at the outset, but it has
utterly failed to come up to its preten
sions. Instead of broad, it has given
us stones, and tho vory worst kind of
scorpions instead offish. In the place
of ''M.-aco and fraternity," sectional
auiniusilieshuvc lioen inspired and cher
ished as a means of partisan snccoss.
In tho place ot economy in tho use of
tho people money, we have rocklos
prodigality ; and in the room of the
promised honesty and purity, we bavo
had infidelity, pilfering and general
corruptions to an unparalleled degree.
In the room of boasted obodienco to
tho Constitution, wo havo witnessed
palpublo encroachments upon the most
sacred principles ot that instrument in
clear derogation of tho right of States
and citizens. Instead ot proajierity, we
havo national depression and misery.
Theso conclusions are impressed upon
us, not only by what we see. and hear,
but by what wo suffer in our own affairs.
We are sufferer from the effect of bad
government. A a the producers of cool
and Iron and lumber and brick, and as
mechanic and laborers, wo feel the
paralyzing Influence of an unwise pub
lio policy that lias unduly stimulated
industry at one time and crushed it at
another. The depressed spirits and
evil forebodings of the mass of the peo
plo indicato the process wo are now
undergoing. Wo ara not the cbocrtul
nnd happy poople we were a few years
since. Vt ant of employment and sub
sistenco stare men in the faco, and their
spirits sink. And just now, in the midst
of tho celebration ot the event that
broughltho Republic intooxistenco, the
national prido is brought into the very
dust by trials lor bribory and corruption
at the seat ot government, and by daily
developments of the evidence of mal
fuosanco in high places. And, as if in
tended to give ajiecinl point to this
national humiliation, the President ab
sented himself from the great Interna
tional Celebration on the Fourth of
July. Tho ceremonies were honored,
nevertheless, by tho prosenco of Sir
Edward Thornton, tho accredited Min
ister from England, and by the Emperor
of Brazil, and by distinguished repre
sentatives from all tho principal Euro
pean Governments and from Asiatio
and Oriental countries. Why President
Grant declined to tako part in the cere
monies, I am not able to inform you.
It is very probable that bo was much
engaged at tho timo in getting ready
for his snorting trip to " Door Park,"
on tho Allegheny Mountains, whither
bo wont a few days thereafter.
1 don't know, gontlcinen, how this
showing may strike you, but it oocurs
lo mo that an administration that has
acted In such utter disregard of tho
feelings of tho people, and the honor
nun uignity oi mo nation, should seek
concealment rulhor than A new lease
of-powor. I shrink Irom the presenta
tion of nil tho facts and circumstances
that make up this sickoning picture,
and as for tho names of tho guilty pur
ties, I regret that they must have a
placoontlioofflciul and criminal records
of tho country ; and what I regret still
more Is, that it looks as though the
list of delinquent would be considera
bly enlarged. From Belknap down
those political Impostors are entitled to
your contempt, and that much they
should hnvo. But I need not trotiblo
you with details to sustain this picture.
No one will dony tbo general truth of
wnat i navo alleged, and that is sufll
cicnt for my nuiqioso. You know, each
one of you, that tho instances ot mal
fuasanco and corruption are unparal
leled ; and yon know, also, that the
impeachment of a Cabinet officer for
bribory and corruption, nnd tho crim
inal trial of tho confidential Secretary
of tho President, are things unknown
to tho past history of tho country,
and it is no relief to say that Belknap
and Balieock bavo been acquitted, for
mon of all parties know them to be
guilty. If thoro be not in these things
sufficient reasons for changing an ad
ministration, bow would it be possiblo
to make up such a cose ? Surely til
tho men that constitute an administra
tion ara not to be brought to shame
befbro the reasons for Its condemnation
shall be doomod sufficient. But it may
be said that Grant is not a candidate
for re election, tnd, thoroforo, my Argu
ment doe not apply. Tbit would be
voir flimsy plot, for whllo it is truo
that Grant is not personally a csndl-.
dato, It is true that his administration it
on trial, tnd, should Governor Hayes
be elected, with on voice) tha a rant
dynasty would claim that result as tn
endorsement of themselves, tnd Insist
therefore their principle tnd practice
must be continued.
But there ar other retsons for ha.
llovlng that the election of Hayes
would bet virtual continuance of Grant
Ism. Id tbo first place, Grunt aud
Huyosaro of tho same wing of the
Republican party ; tnd in tho next
place, Haves is Indebted to tho special
friends of Grant for Li noiuinution.
Indeed, it is woll known that but for
the akilllul management of tho Conven
tion by t member of the Cabinet, Mr.
Blaine would have been the nominee.
That Mr. Cameron went iuto tho Con
vention to uoiuinato ono of Grant's
favorites, is conceded on til sides ; hut
tho action of tho Convention Itself, by
indorsing Grant, is conclusive on this
point. The Convention presented
II ay ob as tha candidate and Grant's
administration as t uiodul lor his Imi
tation should ho bo elected. But still
more und worso : lost Hayes should
get a little taste of independence, and
therefore booonie somew hat self-reliant,
Grant bad th management of tbo can
vass placed in tho hands of Mr. Chatt
ier, bis favorite Cabinet officer. In
viow ol those facts, is it not preposter
ous to pretend that Hayes Is not vir
tually Grant ?
Hut it is said that Govornor Hayes,
in his letter of acceptance, has declared
lor civil service reform, maintaining
that the best mon ahoultl bo selocted
for public trust, without much refer
ence lo their purty idontity. This is
a little too transparent. It looks liko
an attempt to catch old birds with
chuff. W hut proportion of the appoint
ment tlo you suppose Governor Hayes
would concede to tho Democrat in
pursuance of this letter? Not one;
und ho will not dare to promiso ono.
Fur such a concession Chandler would
deiiiuinl his head, and Grunt would
send it in a churgur. Gov. Hayes may
Iw at heart a right good man, and 1
believe he is, hut no one thinks he is
made up of the mettle to carry out the
relorm hinted at in bis letter, lie is
really, in civil atl'uirs, an untried man.
His civil record is barren exceedingly
barren showing him to havo beon
only t silent Slid submissive observer
ot passing events, n noever uvoa v
sou him President, as the chosen man
of the Republican party, will find him
practicing the principle that "to the
victors belong llio spoils, uis letter to
the contrary notwithstanding.
But the usual plot against changing
the administration is that Democrat
and Conservativos would do no bettor
probubly worso. But this is not t
manly response. For sixteen yenra
llio Republican party has controlled
the Government, and tho country is in
the midst of ruin. What would you
say to an unfaithful agent, who had
brought ruin upon your business and
reputation, who should set up such a
plea as this ? I think you would put
bim out, because lie wa not tit lo be
in, and bocausa no one could do worse.
And we hava, at least, this latter good
reason for changing the present admin
istration. But for mouths there has bcun t
struggle in progress tt Wushiiiglon
thut distinctly murks the difference be
tween tbo Republican and Democratic
policy, and you can determine which
yoa prefer. The House, being Demo
cratic, has neon insisting upon govern
mental reforms, and osiccially on tho
reduction ol expenses; but the ltepul
lican Senate has contended for tho old
order of things. But tho efforts of the
House, I am happy to ay, bavo saved
about (30,000,000 to the poople, and
had the Senato been Democratic and
Tilden boon President, (60,000,000 or
moro would havo been saved.
I must not take my scat without re
ferring to the high character of our
candidates, lleyond question they
come up to the Jeffursonian standard
of honesty und competency.
Governor Hendricks is t statesman
of largo experience, of marked
practicabilities, pure in his lilo and
character, anu noiiio ana generous in
all his Impulses.
For Governor Tilden I havo a special
liking, because oi bis rare charector
istics. I havo known him for many
years, and have soon something of him
as t lawyor and t politician. In bis
profession ha is noted for gotting down
to the bottom ot any case be under
takes to investigate. As a politician
ho is equally noted for understanding
the policies and movements of his op
ponent as well ta those of his friends.
A rigid party man, he has always held
party purposes in subordination to
what he bclioved to be the public good ;
and bo has had the courage to repudi
ate corrupt Democrat and accept the
aid of honest Republicans. Indeed, his
fmblio notoriety began with his rolont
ons assaults upon W. M. Tweed and his
associates, nominal Democrats, whom
ho detected carrying out stupendous
frauds upon tho people of New York.
Having made up tn issue with this
band of rascals, ht never lot up until
the entire gang was brought to justice.
Should bo he elected President, I predict
that the first Democrat who plays the
thief or fails of duty will meet the fato
of Twoed. As Govornor of New Y'ork
bo discovered and broke up t hand of
pilferers on the Dtnte canals, who had
boon robbing tho State under one or
moro of his predecessors, and one after
another ho had thorn brought to instice.
He may bo vory slow to write letters.
bat the thiovos of New Y'ork think his
vengcanco awfully swift, and the mur
derer at Hamburg, S. C, would think
tho same thing if ho could reach them.
By his stern reforms bo has already re
duced the annual expenses ol his State
from about (15,000,000 to (8,000,0110.
1 ask you, gentlemen, Republicans as
well as Democrats, is not this the kind
of mnn tho timos require in tho Prosi
dential chair? ,
I must say that when I read his lot-
tor of tocoptance I was impressed with
the bolicf that if he had boon President,
with t friendly Congress, for the last
eight years, tho country would uol bo
in its present sad condition. To redovm
tho country from its present disordered
condition Is a responsibility from which
anyono might shrink, and on this point
liovornor i iiucn sayt : samntunnl
oy tne mlTraget of my muMlryntes to at-
fmiif thit work, fluill eiulnwor, with
Qotft help, to be the efficient imtrument
or tyieir km: .
All permo belief way elalme afalnal Iba
eetale of Abraham Kyler, lauel Marrle uwaehlp,
mast praeeal them for eeulemeal at eaee, ar net
later laaa lae Hi or uelobor, in;s.
Aug. I, Il7l-4t . Ciaealar.
J Notice la hereby wins that tollers loeu-
moatery harluf bmi fraatad to tha eaeeerlber oa
Ihe aetata af JOHN W. IRWIN, deceased, leu
ar noma tewasttp, Cleerteld aoaaty, Pe.e a.
all poreoas ladebted (a eald eetara ara reqaeMed
lo make Immediate payment, and Ihooe Serine;
pitib.i inm same win praeeal Ibam aly
aulhwtloeted for eetttemeat.
JOHN L. CI'TTLI,
Clearfield, Jaly It, 'ts-tte Elector.
A DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.--
Notice Is hereby lea lhal Letters of Ad.
mlalclratioa aa lha aetata of CHRIST. NRPf,
lata af New Waebinttoa, ClearSeld eonaly,
Pa., deceased, barley, boaa daly f ruled to Ihe
andorilirned, all poraoaa Indebted to eeld estate
will pwaea make ImceadUle paymeat, aad lease
baelag alalml or demands will prasaal tbem
aroDerlv mi k.-i 1. ,
delay. - Jo. 11. BHKTH,
New Waablaftoa, Jaly It, 'Ti-Sa,
All pereena ara hereby eaalloaed atalaet
arebaslaf ar In aar waa modtlllea with Ibe hi.
lewle properly now la lha aaeeeeilea af 0. H.
We I, af Ulrard townehlp, els I TO, KM) leal mere
ar laaa at sawad lam bar, tt.SM foal mora ar lees
af bemloah aad piee Ma at O. H. Wool's mill,
IS.IM mat mere ar lass e sawed Umber al the
Mats af Dear erook, a lot of blaebemllh taott,
fairs al iwla alada, I twe-horeo wafoae, I eleleh,
baity, I bay horoee, A pay bor.ee, I earn har
oao, 4 aes bay mar or lass, I aewe, aaraa
onawaoai us frewaa, I eewlef meek lae, I
aala, etaree, lot af ehalra, I laedae, I clock, aad
I saddle, aa aba aame em - k.
Shorter e mice the N day af A erect, bad le bet
Wltb blm ea laaa eahjeot la my ardor at aay time.
OlearleM, Aa. tTd-ll. U. Bl'RUETT.
HARTSW1CK & IRWIN
PAI.NTH, OIIS, DYE STUFF
TOILKT AltTin.l s,
OK ALL KINIlrt,
PUHK WIXBS AND UQl'OHS,
far medielaal parpoeea.
Trassee, Supporters, School Uooks and Blallua-
ary, aa all otber arlicloe usually
foaad la a Drag Store.
PHYSICIANS' PIIKACRIPTI0X8 CARE
FULLY COMPOUNDED. lI.Tiag a lerie el
Ciriooee la tbo baoioees they oaa give entire eat
J. O. OARTSWICK,
JOHN F. IRWIN.
Cleari.kl, December It, 1874.
BIGLER, YOUNG & REED,
i8aeoaaaon ta Doyatoa l Toang.)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
fOBTABLE & STATIONARY
Corner of Fourth end Pine Streets,
HAVING eapred ia Iba fltanafaetare of Iret
ha pablla that we ara aow prepared ta III all
orders as ebeeply aad as prompUyae eaa be doae
In eay of lha aillae. We monafaetare and deal ia
Muiay and Circular Saw-Mills
Uead nioeks. Water Wheels, gheflleg Pallay
UiSord's Injector, Steam Gauges, Sleam Whistles,
Oilers, Tallow Caps, Oil Capo, Oatige Cooks, Air
Cooks, Oloba Valree, Cheek Valroa. wrooght Iraa
Pipes, S eem Pamps, Boiler Feed Pamps, And
rriclloa Metres, Soap 8lono Packing, Oam Peak.
ag. aad all klada of MILL WORK together
with Plows, Sled Rolea,
COOK ADD PARLOR STOWS,
end other CAST1XHS of all klndo.
"Orders solloitod aad lllcd at oily prtooe
AU letters of Inquiry with nroreaoa to machinery
or oar manufacture prompt ly answered, hyoddr-e.
lag as at ClearSeld, Pa.
JenHj-tf BIGLER, YOUNG A RKKD.
The Bell's Run Woolen Fut tory,
Pown township, ClearSeld Co., Pa.
BURNED O II T I
ThanbMriban kara.at craat axMBM.nballt
IgkborhcMrd aceMait, in lb vrMtioa f a lrt
alaaa Woelaa MaBafaelgr?, with all Iba motlera
tuprortaianti attaebvd. aoti ara prvparH o matt
all kladi af Clotba, Cuaimarrt, aSatiaatta, lllaa
kata, Flannali, Adj. Pltnt of gooda oa baad to
top ply all onrold aad a tboatand aawflaitosiart,
vboai t ath to aad txanlaa aar atvak.
Tba bail naif of
CARDING AND FULLING
will roaalra oar oapaetal atteatioa. Propar
arrangttaanta will ba nadt to rtotiro aad dclivar
Wool.toauit aaitoaitrt. All work warraotd aad
dowa apoa tba ihortaat aotiea, and b that attaa
tioa to bariaMi wa hopt to raallia a libtral abara
i paout patraaago.
IO.OOO POUNDS WOOL WANTED I
Wa wil-pa tba blgbatt taarkat ariaa for Woo
and tall aar aiaaafaolared goodi at low aa tlwillar
goodi oan ba bought is .ht ooaatjr. aad wbtatvar
wa fail to rtnder raaaonabla satisfaction wa oaa
alwara bo foand at bona raadjr ta at tit a prnpar
liawaan, iiir parroti or oj Itlltr.
JAMlteS JOHNSON A 80 NR.
aprllir.tr Bowtr P. 0.
a. r. s pi. ic a.
U. a CORKLRa
GILICII, MrCORKLE & CO.'S
(Baocceaori ta John Quitch),
Market Ktreel, Clearfleld, Pa.
Wa maaoreetara alt hinds of Farailura for
vnembers. Dialog Hoama, Libraries aad Halls.
If yoa want Poraltereof tny hied, doa'l buy
until yon aee oar clock.
In all Ita braaoboo. Wa hoop la slock all tho
aiosi anu moti improved uofhoe ana Cskcls,
and have every ractlity far properly oo
dectlag thie branch af our buslneee.
We haea a patent Oorpea Pre- . "
sorter, ia which bodice aaa
be nrcserrcd for a ooa
slderelile length of
A member of lha arm baa bla elentlat ar.rt.
mewl al aar wan. room, where be eaa be faaad by
aay poreoa who noma at nlgbl far the parpoae el
OtlLtCit, Mr-CORKLS A CO
OlearBold, Pa May It, lli ly.
pERRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
Stove Lining and Fire Brick,
kepi aoaetaatty aa band.
8TME AID EARTMft WARE
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION I
CROCKS!- POT8I CROCK8I
nailer's Patnl Airtight Heir Healing
BUTTRR mopb-ri -I, k 11.1. '
CREAM CROCKS, MII.K CROCKS.
erne ni'TTKK UUOUKS,
riowiR POTS, hi DIBIIKS,
Aad t great m.ay ether thlogi too lamomas to
STONK . WARE POTTERY,
Conor al Cherry and Third Streets,
KNCOURAOB UOMB INDUSTRY.
rs 1 U wwdeoetowaS k-rl-. ....lii.i. , u
V ... . a a ner-
& .!7,Vo '. halfway bwtwee
- verwooeriiie, is prepare be
tsh all klada af FRUIT Tnaul iZ.Ti.Z.
dwarf.) Irergrma, BkrubberT. 'fl, Via.
BOOOOUOIIQ. LOOMM a. I
aad Raspberry Vlaas. Alee. Blboslaa Crab Treea.
Unlaoa, aad early tawtet Rhubarb, Ac Order
r'-"-r " w. aaareea,
T,'-,,7 CerweaitUle, I
THE MANSION HOUSE.
Cumtr of Htooad and M arkal HlraoU.
riMIIl.ldaad toaimodioai Holtl bu.dar.iit
X t-ba patt yaar, baoa aalargtd to doabla lu
furiaar apaU fbr tba antartainniant of atraa.
gtrt aai gatata. Tba wbola bat Id lug baa btta
nfaralabtd, and tba pmprlator will apart aa
palaa la raadar bia gatata totDlorUblt whllo
uyiag wltb blai.
drTha 'Maaalaa Htmia" Oaialbaa mi t
aad fro tba Dtaol ea tht arrWaJ aad dtpartara
of aaeb Iraia. W. H, CAKDU.M,
Jul Ji-M-tr Fropritlur
Market mraai, ciearneio, r.
Wn. . llradlav. formorlr i.ronrlal-r af tha
Launard llnuta, having Itiawcf Hit Alleghrry
H"ttl. tolleiti a abara of pub! it patruaagr, Tht
Huate bta bten thoroughly raptirtd and atwly
furalabtd, ami gurila will And it a plea-ant atop.
tug plaot. Tht tauia will im auppntu wiia int
H-st r avarvibiatf ia tlia marhtl. At tlit bar
will ba found tbt boat wintta and irtiora. Uud
tuMiog allaobtd. M. UUAM.hY,
Uajr 17, in. rrt'pntior.
NEWTON READ, PnopRiRToa.
Haviag bMoni prnprltlnr of tbit llultl, I
would rttptetfally aolicit lha patron ign tf tha
publio. liouaa Itaaaotlr and cunvritti itlljr tit-u.td-d
tl) refltud aad rtfurntsbwl ; g-l mm
pit rootta aitaobod. All railroad Irtiut tlop at
thia bcssta. J-" T
Cor. of Markat A Front ttrarttj
Tba andcralgntd hating tokrn rhargo of tbla
Hottl, would reiptet fully licii puhlie patruntgo.
jaai l v- i ruiKs"i"".
WAShTnGTON HO USK,
NEW W AH 11 IN II TON, PA.
This aew and well furnished hour, has boon
taken by tbo onjeraigned. lie feel, euntideiit of
beiog able to render ealiifaetioa to tboae who may
faror bim wflb a aall.
Mayt,lt7. O. W. DAVIS, Prop's.
opposite the conn llouee,
LOCK HAVEN, PB.NN'A.
jeld'TI DAUSEAL A KT.0M, Prop's.
Table always supplied with lha beet the marhot
aflorde. Tba traveliag publio ie incited lo ealL
Jan.l.'lt. KOIIKKT LOVD.
r. k. aaioLD.
. w. aaaoLb.
i. s. eax.,i.B
F.K.ARNOLD 4. CO.,
Hunkers) mill IJrokors,
Reynoldsvllle, Jieneruan Co., Pa,
Money reoelrod ae deposit. Discounts ei n,-
derau roue- Easlara and Foraiga Klebenge el-
ware an band aad collections promptly mad?.
Keynoldsrille, Dee IS, I97.-Iy .
County National Bank,
OP CLEARFIELD, PA.
00M tn Maaoale Dallding, out door nortb ol
C. D. WaUoo'a Drna Blort.
Paaaart Ticktta to and from Ltrtrpool, Quecat-
towa, Uiugow, Loo (ion, Paria and Copenhagea.
Alto, Drafu for aala oo tht Royal Dank of Ireland
and Imptrial Bank of London.
JAMES T. LEONARD. Prti't
WM. fin AW, Cathier U.I.-T4
DREXEL & CO.,
No. H Itouth Third Street, Phlla lelphla
And Dealers in Government Securities.
Application by mail will receiro prompt atlea
tion, aad all Information ebeerfolly furnished
Orders soliotod. April II If.
STEWART & BLACKBDEN,
Curwenavllle, ClrarUeld Couuty. Prnn'a
(OBea la Oatea' New Buildiag.)
Carweasoille, Jaa II, 187t-ly.
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(OSre la Bank Dallding.)
Carweuerllle, Clearfield Co., Pa.
mob M '7S.tr.
A. M. H ILLS
Would raspeeUullr notify bis patiraia
.that be bae rednood Ibe price of ARTI
FICIAL TEETH 10 1300 per eel. ,.r
BA&.tt for a double set. For any two persons
wfag al Iba same time, to have ears an ar-prr
, will ret Iba tw eels for tM.HO. or tli.it
Terms invariably Csew. - -ClearSeld,
Jaa. 1, Ills.
F011 BALE OR FOR RENT,
Tba sabaeriber glroa aorlrw thai bo will either
real or soil bis dwelling and store property, sit
uate oa Rood street, adjoining the Leonard II. om.
In the borough of Clearteld, Po. The Hero rooa
ia It X U foot. Tho dwelling hoaea aealaias I
rooms and a kitchen on the Irst atory, and I
rooms oa Ihe aaooad atory. The alcre room
eaa ba had at onoo, and the dwelling portion
on nnd after tha lei ol July. For further per
tiewlarc, address or apply to tba andrrrirned oa
tbo premises. (IEO. 0. PASSMoKB.
Clearteld, Pa, May It, '14.1
f. m. caed0n & bro.,
Rear af Pie's Opera Uooae,
Oer arreageueatc ara f lha mast eomi.1.1.
eh. rector lor furnlshiag tha pablia wllh Frr.h
Meals of all kiad, and cf the very best oualitr.
We also deal ia all kinds or Arriculteral Im.fr
ments, whioh wo keep oo exhibition tor tba to
oBt of the public Cell aruuad whoa la loes,
and take a loeh-aa thiar., or addroee ue
F. hi. CARDUN A BltO.
ClearOold. Pa., July 14, lalo-lf.
JkTEW CABINET MAK1NGS1I0I
M. B. SPXCKMAN
Desire, to auaounca to tha pablla that he bus
opeocd a ' '
cabinet Making shop in clearhkld,
Where be will KEEP ON HAND
r tj a N I T 17 S E ,
Ard do all kinds of CABINET WORE and RS
I'AIlt FUltNITUItl af all kiuds,on sbott
notice end In the best possible maaoer. 8h i os
Fourth street, opposite Park A M-rrlll's Carri.ie
Shop. Aag 1, 'Tl-ly.
FUEStr MEATYW SHOr.
Tke wailrrelgnad hereby Informs the pnHic ie
general that they keep oa hand, rcgu arly, al
thoir chop, aljoming JOHN (llll.loirsfnrninre
rooms, opuoilte the Ccart House, the
rJA-4'r MUSH BKBf, lA'di, MUTTtM
LAUn.rvKk-.KTV AT .
RKDUCKD PR1CI, FOR CASH.
M.rkel m-riilngs Tuesday, Tbnrsdsy, tni
Seturdare. Meal de'lrored al roeidsnce wbca
A ekara af patronage ie respectfully solleit.4.
Mareh I, Hit ly. . . BIAlil A NOKK1S.
READING FORALL II
. ROOKS STA TIOXER Y
Market Nt., t'learSelel, (it tho Port OfJre.)
r"pilE andrrslgned begs Icara la annnunss Is
X lha elliseas af Clearteld aad rieiailr. tkel
be has I tied up a room and has jast rcMrsfd
from tba clly with a larra amownl of roxlicf
matter, oonsiatiag ia part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
niank, Aeconnt aad Pass Books of ever? se-
soriptioa ; P. per and Enrelopea, Frcnrh prsrsol
and plain Pens and Pcaclla ! Illenk Ursl
f . . i. . . , -
-e'. Hnrfragost -oigtaett, ote-r
tion aad PMmiearr aoleei Wbit and P.r'k-
i.nci, uegai Lap, neeors Uep,aaa urn t.p,
Sheet Muala, fur either Pl.no, Flute or iha.
oooeiaaity on nans. Any boo R or .laimssrj
desired that I may aot bare a head.will beorosrol
"J ' .ro, ana aoiu at waolesaie or
to suit eustumere. 1 will alae keep peci'diesl
lllcralara, each aa Magaalaas, Newspapers. As.
p. A. uaUin
Cleerteld, May T,IM(-ir
F URN ITU RE,
Improved Spring Beds,
MARRIT BTREET, NEAR F. 0.
Tha aaderolgaed begs leere lo Inform tkssM
aeae of Clearteld, aad Iba patilia geerrellr,
he has a hand a Ina assortmeal of Faralista
eueh aa W.la.t, Cbeetnnt nad I'aletsd CbsaW
Bollea, Parlor Saltol, Reotlalag and Si1""
Chalra, Ladlea' aad OeaU' Easy I'halra, the r
foralad Dialog and Parlor Chairs, Oeae
Wladeor Chairs, Clothes Bars, Stsp aad '
lo Udders, Hat Recks, Berabblng Brashss,
MOOLB1NO iNO PICTDR1 FRAN
Looklag Olaaaea, Chremos, Aa, wklsk weakl at
ealubla Sir Holieay araaente.
daalt'TI JulIN TROt'I'"'