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WILLIAM K. nKNRY, Justice
O ,.. Paaca tat .1 era. LUMBER
CITT. OoUoollool made " uey promptly
oejd ever. Artlolee of egreem.nt and dJi ol
,.voyaaoa aently titoetad tad warranted nor.
IMl M to thug. "J
00T AND S1I0B MAKING.
JOSBPII H. DEKRINO, oa Market rt. In
Rhaw'i Row. OUtHUId, Pa. baa Jast rolvd
i In lot of Frvaek Calf lik.ni and Klpt, lb
bt ia lb market, nd 1 now prepared to maa
..fM.ur vr jibing la bis Ha. II will war
rant Mi work to b m reprDtd
Also, l. kiadief LUir and fihoo Findings
for wl. ....
Th itliii of Clarnld and vlelnttj art
MipMtfully loritod I (It bin em.
Work den at abort aolie. Tilt'TS
Th andritrad will 11 at private Ml all
thai tract or pared of land siloat to Deoa'ar
lownihipi Clrald aoaaty. Pa., withia a ibort
difUoo of th Tyrone A Clearfiel I H. K., tad
adjoining leads of Hobcrt Hudson and toure,
and kauwa ai tb Jacob U. U ear hart lot. Tbe
Id tract oootainiaf 60 aoro mora or leu, with
two lns of valuable ooal tbroon, bM about 10
aerai elared, and li tb key to a largo body of
eoi abat being developed. Will be old low and
upon easy tarus. ror particulars, apply to
DAVID U. KHK68,
Clcarflald, Pa., July It, 1870.
' Dealt, la
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
HOSIERY k GLOVES,
HATS A CATS and BOOTS 4 SHOES,
Tobaooo, Qrooario and Fish, Nalti, Hard wart,
(Joteniwar and Ulan ware, Hen and
, Boi' Clothing, Druga, Paiata,
Oil, Sehool Boob,
a larg lot of Fatant Medioioea,
Caadloa, Nat A Dried FrolU, Chees and C rack-
are, book ana nin rowaer.
Flour, Grain and Potatoes.
Clortr and Timothy Seed,
Sol Leather, Noroooot, Linings, Bindings and
Xnraad, Hboemakrr 'iooii and
Bbo Finding. .
No greater variety of good In any itor In tb
coonty. All for stl very low for eaaa or country
produoe at th Ubap vomer. May t, JB7
HUEY & CHRIST,
SOLI PROPRIETORS OF Till
DA.' STIVER'S '
TONIC HERB BITTERS.
SSlfD FOP PIllCE LIST.
Marok M, 187.i
gardiwr, & Ziniraw.
POWELL & MORGAN,
II AltD W AltE,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
ARMING IMPLEMENTS of all
kind, for nil by
POWELL A MORGAN.
for tatt bj
POWKLL A 1IOROAN,
QIL, PAINT, PUTTY, GLASS
Nail,, tie., for nl by
' . .! '. POWELL A MOBOAH. '
ARNESS TRIMMINGS & SHOE
riadlofi, for lt k
POWELL A MOROAN.
Q.UNS,PISTOLS SWORD CANES
For imlt bj
'I POWELL A MORGAN,
gTOYES, OK ALL SORTS AND
Bliti.for nit bj
POWELL A MORGAN.
TRON1 IRON I IRON I IRON I
lor lalf b,
POWELL A MORGAN.
HORSE SHOES & HORSE SHOE
NAILS, for iii. bj
POWELL A MORGAN.
pULLEY BLOCKS, ALL SIZES
Aad bolt Moaafaotaro, for falo k,
POWELL A MORGAN
"'HIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE
BOXES, for iat kj
IPOWELL A MORGAN.
SACKETT & SCHRYVER
(and BaBafaotnran of
TIN, COPPER 4 SHEET IRON WARE,
Hacond Stratti Clearfield, Pa.
flaring refitted oar torjroora and donbUd oar
took, it ar prepared to offer bargaloi to par-
eQaHniaoBr.no. no oar deemed to ao a
Strictly Cosh Business,
ludJciQ therefor. Mil at gritllv rodaoed'prtooe.
Carponterl and poreoae who eonUnplaU build
tog will do well to oianlaa oar
Tools ani Building Hardware,
wkleh li aad of the bait Buolaotara.
Wt keep a large itook of
All blade of Bench PUnet, Bawl, Ckleeli, Bqaarel,
h.wiibw, riumue ana Lorele,
Mortleed A Thumb Oi.tee, Hixl,,
Braeee A Billa, Wood and Iron
Unci Ber.wi, and tbo beet
Boring M..hine la tha
Double and Single Bitt Axes,
FOCKIT 0DTL1RT, Ae.
Agenti for BuriuWi Iron Con Shelter,
Alio, agflnU for Rlobardi
GOTHIC FLUE TOI'S,
klok affaetuall mra Smokj Plow.
Fnrm Implements, Garden Tools,
af eerj deeerlptlog.
large rarlet, of
wklok wa wariaat U ,We Mllifaetloa.
runhll Hangtt and Fumatti.
t.IUanng, Spaatla, aad Job Work doaa aa
raaaabla knu All ordori will roeolvo praaial
etllMtlci. Pliaklag aad gal lltiag alUadM to
aeinentaaoa,workBm. Jdaj I, Itr.
(Our Ova drrrtUrmrnl.
Pabllabod avery Wedoeedey by
GOODLANDER & LEE,
Hat Ihi Largaat ClrralnUoa of any paper
In Nortliweatare Pannejlrault.
The largo an J constantly Incroasing
circulation of tho Ripublican,
rcndorn it valuablo to bus! noas
men A modium thro'
which to roaoh the
Tsrms or Subscription :
If paid in advance, . , . $3 00
If paid after three months, . 2 60
If paid altor six months, . , 3 00
When papors aro sont outside of the
county payment must, bo in advance.
Ton tinea, or Icea, 3 times, . $160
Each subsequent insertion, AO
Administrator' Noticos, . 250
Executors' Notices 2 AO
Auditors' Noticca 2 50
Cautions and Elraya, . . 1 f0
Dissolution Notices, "... 2 !0
Professional Cards, 5 lines, year, n 00
Special notices, per lino, ... 20
YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS :
Ono square, 10 linogj (800
Two squaros, 15 00
Tbroo squares, ...... 20 00
One-fourth column, .... 50 00
One-ball column, .... 0 00
One column, , . . ... 120 00
Wa bavo alwaysjon hand a largo stock
, of blanks ol nil descriptions.
.. SUliPiENAS, ' ,
I ARTICLES OP AGREEMENT,
&o., Ac, lio.
Wo aro prepared to do nil kinds of
' 4o., Ao.,
IN THE BEST STYLE,
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
Goodlander A Lroe,
Oearfleld tountj, r.
Sri (Rooit, QtMxlti, (?tr.
iiavi ho nrriot 1
I aa awara tkat tkaro ara saaM pereone a little
kard to p!aee,end I aia aleo aware that tbe
eoaapiaint ol "baro tlmee" le well atgo anlveremi.
But 1 aa eo eltuatiid now that I eao eetlify tbe
former and prore oonrluilveljr tkat laard time."
will not eSoe! thoee who kuy tkeir goade from mo,
aad all mj paUoae eknll be initiated tolo the ea
HOW TO AVOID : nARD TIMES
I bar good enoni h to opi.W all lb inbbl-
tant la tb lowtr od of tb county wbiob I call
at xoedlng low rata from m y maduuuK tture in
MULSONUURU. when I ean always b foand
raady to wait upon eallm and tapply tbn with
Dry Goods of all Kinds,
Snob a Cloths, Batlntta, CaMlasoro, afatlin,
Dalatn, Llnn, Urilllngt, Caiteoaa.
Trimming, Ribbon, Laoa,
Roadj-mad Clothing, BooU aad SbotH, Hat and
Cap all of tb ht mitsrial and mfidi, to rdr
Uom, Bock, Ulor, Miltona, Lao, Ribbon, Ac
GROCERIES OF ALL KIN pa,,
Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Rlc, llolais, Vlib, Bait
fork, Ltnsaod UU, rtb UU, Carbon gti.
lUrdwtra, Qaoenawar. Tin war, Oaattncl, Plow
and Jlow Uaaunga, fJalli, Bpikai, uom t'amra.
ton, Cider Press, aad all kind of Ait
Prfutnt7, Paint, Varalih, tStttaa, and a gnrat
awortment 01 outionery,
OO OD FLOUR,
Of different brand, always on band, and will b
old at th lowt poMtot Dgur.
J. II. MoClaln' Medicines, Jayne'l Iftdloln
UosUtUr' and lloodand'a Bitter.
600t pound of Wool traatad for whloh tb
hit ht ariea will ba paid. Ototoraotd on band
and for aal at th lowtat mark, prloa.
AIo, Agent for Strattonvlll and Canrons villa
fcCl! and for roarlro. You will And
Tr thing uaally kept in a ntall stor.
L. M. COUDRIET.
Franehrlll P. 0., August VI, 1874.
Wonld reepeetfully notify tbe publle generallv
that he bae rcmorod hi. Uroeerjr Store (rum
Hhaw'o Row, to Uie building formerly ooeupled
by 3. Milee Kretier, oa Seeoad elreet, neit door
to Uigler'e hardware .tore, where he intend,
keeping, a full line of
u u o i: it i ii s.
HAMS, DlUl'.U BKEPand LA HO.
SI10AR8 and BY HHPS, of all grsiln.
TEAS, Oreoa aad Black.'
COFPKE, Roanted and Orwn.
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,'
cuta-eu in firs,
All kind, la the metket. .'' .
PICKLE8, in Jan and berrele.
SPICES, In arery form ud rarlely.
ALL HXDHOl' f D ACKEnH.
80APS, - ,
MATCHES, ' " ' "
Coal Oil and Lamp CMmneys.
And a good auortment of thoee thing, neually
kept la a grooery etore, whirk he will exchange
lor maraeling at tne market prteee.
Will eell for oaah ae eheeply ae any other ooa.
Pleaee eall and see hil stack aad Judge Air
ClearSeld, Jan. I, 18TS.
JAS. H. LYTLE,
(Suceouor to LYTLE A MITCUHLL) .1:
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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00L0SD9, f t'
JAPANS, ' ' 1
IMPERIAL, I ,
. BNOLISII DRKA KFAST
Piirnt la Merktt. ' '
ItUTTEK AND EtitlH
Will be kept and eold at Iret ooet. Caek paid
for Country Produoa. ,
Maokoret, Lake UerriBg, Cod, Ae. -
Barrel Pieklee and Engllik Pleklee. .
Fl.OIin AJI FECI).
Floor, Corn Meal, Oat Meal, Ae.
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CiiicAtio, III., Auuat 15. The lend
ing Curmniis of this section, liopubli
cnni and Liheialn, lmvo jttot ittniiud an
ndiiruin pronouncing fur Tildun, as fol
lows: Tito lending tiurnmn Roniiblican und
Libcrul votura (it tho ciity lmvo prapar
od tho following ndtlreHS, which is to
ho itwucd to-dny :
ticrman-Ainoricun l'Vllow-Citicons ;
As (iormun-Anicricuu citizena who
horctoloro supported the Rciuhlicnn
and liberal Republican parties, wa beg
lenvo to submit to won our viutvii with
reference to the indupcmling presiden
tial election. We would look upon tho
victory of tho Republican party us a
great niisfoiluno to tho republic, and
bolievo such a victory equivalent to
tho curse of a continuation (if G mut
ism. . Only in tho success of tho Dem
ocratic camlidato for tho presidency
can we discern the possible realization
of our hope for tho futuroof tho coun
try. In this conviction which many
sad experiences have forced upon us,
wo are prompted by tho following
reasons : , ,
Tho Rupiihlicun party hits outlived
tho aim and purpose of its organiza
tion. ' Tho abolition of slavery bus for
many ycni's been an irrevocable fact,
tho rebellion is suppressed, tho amend
ments to tho constitution aro a part ol
tho fundamental luw of tho land, and
accepted as such south as well as north,
and wo asse'rt llioreloio, that the effort
of tho Republican party to attain tho
reins of government nftor the purposes
aro uccotnpliohed which culled it into
existence is but tin attempt to purpct-
uato the power of Its lending 'politician
to harvest tho spoils of olllce.
Every political party which remains
in tho uninterrupted possession ol tho
government for bo long u period as
circumstances huvo accorded to tho
Iiopublican party) necessarily becomes
demoralized and corrupt, and tho his
tory of tho last six years furnishes
ample proof of this incontrovertible
Tho. Republican party, bit during
tho lust years of its reign jeopardized
tho honor of tho nation at home and
abroad. It has, through il corruption,
furnished to tho advocates of a mon
orchia! lorm of government tho most
weighty argumont against tho republic.
- It has increased tho army of feder
al olflco holdors to nearly 100,000 men,
has organized this army as a political
machino and cmployod it to accom
plish its selfish and oiriifl purposes.
It has knmcingty tolerated tho viola
tion ol tho revenue laws, and with tho
money stolen from tho government it
has constructed tho caiupaigtis of its
It has demoralized tho people by
purchasing voles with tho money Btol
en from tho coffers of tho nation, Tbo
last election in tho Third congressional
district of (his Stato is conclusive proof
of Uto Uulu tins assertion.
It has broken all promises mado with
roforonce lo civil servico reform. Whilo
aRopubUoanCongrcss passed a lawpro
Tiding for reformat purposely withheld
all appropriations to facilitato tho exe
cution of tho law. Its virtuo in this di
rection was a hypocritical pretense and
a sham. : : ' i : t
It has tho audacity lo assert the sole
causo of official corruption is to bo
found in tho spoils system oi (jcn.
Jackson, and during tho long yoars of
its .uninterrupted power it bits not
mado a singlo effort to chango or abol
ish this pernicious system.
It has provon conclusively, during
its last national convention, that tho
majority of its readers approve tho
machiuo policy of Blaino and Jlorlou,
Conkling and Cumoron, and that al
most a majority oro enthusiastic ad
mirers oi tho brilliantly aorrnpt ox-,
speaker of tho houso of Representa
tives. It lias squandered tho publio moneys
and tho publio lands, and Republican
members havo again and again sold
their votes and influence to railroad
It has done absolutely nothing since
1872 to regain tho confidence of Iho
Liberal Republicans. On tho contrary,
tho ovidenco of corruption in ovcry
circlo of tho party up to tho cabinet of
tho President has only become more
palpablo and conclusivo. llelknap and
his unparalleled offenso, and his won
derful acquittal by a Republican fionato
havo but a few days since shocked the
moral senso of tho people. Tho sins of
this party havo only Increased with
its yoars, and whoever turned his back
upon it in 1872 cannot grasp it by tho
hand in 1870 with any show of con
sistency. Tho Republican party boasts of mo
nopolizing Iho intelligence of the Amer
ican pooplo. Wo claim that it con
tains to a great extent that sort of In
telligence which; doxtrously manlpti
latcs political influenco for private
gain; and other peculiar Intelligence
which proclaimed puritanism as an in
falliblo dogma. and curtails the social
freedom of the people.
Tho selfish and ambitious policy of
this party renders tho restoration of
pcaco and harmony botwoon tho North
and Soulh an impossibility. Although
tho war was onded more than ton years
ago, tho loyal Republicans improvo
every opportunity to hold hntrod and
prejudices and 'to miil that irreprossl.
bio "bloody shirt" lo their flag-staff.
Wo believe in a gunuino re-establish,
mont of this Union. YV believe sin
cerely in tho speedy restoration of har
mony, peaco and brotherly lovo bo
tweon all citizens, North and Soulh.
Wo assort that the cruel assassination
of negroes In the southern states Is a
direct consequence of Iho Infamous
misrule of Republican carpet-bairizcrs
and an unavoidable outgrowth of tho
natural discontent engendered bv tho
sudden elevation of tho negro from a
slavo to a political equal and master.
Such a radical chanco In tho political
chango in tho political condition of an
enslaved and uneducated race has nov
or yet taken placo in tho history of
tho world without bringing hand in
hand with its blessings theso sud and
lamentable consequences. Rut neither
tho people of the South, nor tho Dein
ooralio party, can ho held responsible
for these isolutod brutalities. Time,
and a just, energetic and impartial
govoriimont, will gradually heal the
last soro wound of the Soulh. Hut no
fire can bo quenched by adding fuel to
the flame ; no wound can be healed by
tearing off tha bandages anil opening
Its scam. .
Those aro in brief tho main reasons
why wu eunnot now support the
Republican parly. Moreover, wo do
not believe that tho small array of Lib
erals who advocate the election ol the
Republican candidate can successfully
influence or control him. We do not
believe that this candidate will jeop
ardize his chances by refusing to avail
himself of tho official muehino of the
dominant party, and wo are reasonably
certain that neither llhtine or Conk
ling, Cameron, Logan, and Charles D.
Farwell & Co., will support him with
any sort of cnthuaiusm, unless he has
first mado to thcm,uud to the elements
which they m successfully represent,
tho requisite personal and political
concessions. Wo do not beliuvo that
(iovernor Hayes is made of Bitch stern
metal that ho could force reform Into
a party whoso majority approver of
oBiuiul corruption. His name and his
record do not offer a sufllcicnt guaran
tee for tho future and wo are, therefore,
)uito determined to follow tho advice
of the celebrated address of the Liber
als, and in its very words wo emphati
cally declare :
" o shall support no candidate who,
however favorably judged by his neur-
est friends, is not publicly known to
possess thoso qualities of mind and
character which tho stern task of re
form requires, for tho Amoiicnn people
cannot now afford lo risk tho future
of tho republic in experiments on
merely supposed virtuo and rumored
ability to bo trusted on tho strength
of private recommendations."
lint in huniuul J. ThIcii wo rccng.
nizo tho man to combat tho evils of
eqtinl und master. Such a radical
the hour. His name alouu is a
watchword of reform, lie Is not
lettered and bound, hand and loot, by
pledges lo corrupt politicians ; he is
not supported by rings und associa
tions, by political ''knight of tho rond
who bring their lances to bear upon
tho pockoU of the pooplo." His nom
ination Is the result oi the spontaneous
and irroproBsihlo will of tho people to
piano an honest, cnorgeltc and able man
at tbojhead of the nathmj Amidst
shoots of npplausu, his name was pro
posed, by Charles Francis Adams, jr.,
in tho New York conference of Liberal
Republicans. Ho has already proven
that ho possesses tho requisite courage
and, abilb.y to insist upon an honest
administration of public affairs, and to
unmask political thieves and scoun
drels. His capacity and zeal for ro
form havo long enjoyed a national rep
utation, lie does not stand in need of
tho recommendation of personal friends
that ho Is equal lo tho task. Ho will
givo us honest money as ho will give
us an honest administration. No fraud
will cscapo him ; corruption will in
vain seek to tbrivo where bo com
mands And through his election we
may vell expect to re-establish tho
original pnrity of our institutions. '
For llinse ronsons and on tho irround
of thoso justified expectations we claim
your enthosiastic co-operation in the
support of Samuel J. Tilden.
: Chicaoo, August 14, 1876.
: Tho address is signed by Edmund
Jussen, Gon. ll, Dilgor, F. Baumann,
Edward Riimincl, Philip Stein, and
soverul hundred othor Republicans and
ahE: we ciuiisriADs,
Hon. Simon Woll of Washington,
whose name as woll as whoso enlight
ened viows aro familiar to every Intel
igont Israelite in tho United States,
oommunicalcs to Forney's Sunday
Oironiele tho following, which suggest
ed itself to him on reading an adver
tisement in-' the miaiMphla l'ress.
Tho advertisement reads:
"National Reform. All in favor of
Sabbath Laws, the tiiblo in tho Schools,
!( o(ut Christian Feature of tlie.
American Govtrnment, and of a Reliir-
iotts Amondmcnt to the United States
Constitution, aro requested to meet,"
1 glanced involuntarily to the ditto of
issuo, cartainly expecting to sco June
28th, 1734, or 1G34, certainly no ditto
within the last hundred years, and yet
it was Juno 28, 187G; or, in othor
words, tho Centennial day when the
immortal Jefferson, ono hundred years
ago, reported his matchless Declara
tion of Principles, which laid broad
and deep tho religious tolerance and
freedom of personul opinion, which
alono have boon the glory of the cen
tury, and which alouo make tho Anier-
enn Ropublic a possibility and fitct.
"Sabbath laws I" "The Iliblo in tho
Schools I" "Other Christian features 1"
It seems incrcdiblo that people can
exist who claiming to bo American,
can so far forgot overy principlo of our
Government as to inlrutlo with their
soctarinn, strife-inciting ideas in this
ora of good will and pcaco. Wo aro
celebrating the fact that religious tol
erance has not boon a cheat or phan
tasm of tho brain, has not boon a ght-
toring gcnorall y,and here como those j
good Protostonl "Torquamdos," and
would rob us of tho only element of
American citizenship that constitutes
the pride and glory of tho Ropublic.
Tho Constitution of tho United
Slntos was mado for all, not for sect.
Tho Declaration embraced not only
tho American, but all tho people of tho
Neither Deity nor any system of
worship was .recognised In either of
thoso Stalo papers, thogrottt and illus
trious statesmen well knowing that in
a truo repulilio ovory ono "paves his
own way to Ilenvon," for even Freder
ick the Great, In feudal Prussia, had
sent forth tho same Idea. Thov well
know that thero could be no happiness,
no prosperity, no porpetuity for their
beloved country unless they excluded
out of tho Temple of Freedom the II ro
brand of sectarianism, that fcnrful
torch which had destroyed so many
countries, illumined tho pathway of
millions to tho scaffold, and which had
provon a greater sconrga and curse
limn any pcstiluncoor frenk of nature
So far theso United States havo
grown and prospered undor the benign
innuoncos of the doolrinos of tho Ideal
Jofforson, and will oontiouo to do so If
the dam of reason and common senso
is set against the flood of Puritanism
and Intolerance that threatens to over
flow every barrier ol law.
Rut the restless imp, Religious Big
otry, is determined to assert its su
premacy, and is more than over ag
gressive mid onurgolic, and strangest
of nil, in the Centennial of tho nation's
greatest und chiufesl glory.
"Subbuth laws, Ac." "Yes, they are
Christian iviucsi." but not of tho
American (luvornmont, but the Young
Mou's Christian Associations of tho
Protestant Church, ftc, and restricted
within tiio respective limits of their
organizations within the pulu of their
household there can bo no objection.
Hut when they cross the threshold of
our common properly, und aim to ele
vate their narrow doctrines Into na
tional suproinacy, then wo thunder
forth, "Halt I fanatic; pray, slug, shout,
and do whatever yon deem essontiul
for your soul's nul vation.but do it where
tho Constitution of tho Unitod States
has given you the right, and only there.
This lsa Republic of Ideas, not a
Church of Dogmas ; this is a parlia
mentary form of Government, not A
Christian Conclave. We are a nation
guiding tho world Into channels of no
bler thought and aspiration, of true,
unrestricted laws of conscience, and
hurl the anathema (used in tho past
lor perpetuating oppression) of cn
lightenud reason against your narrow,
bigoted views. You aro not Ameri
cans ; you are not freemen ; you aro
not oven Christians. For the first Is
liberal; tho second bravo, and the
third, when imbued with tho lofty
ideals of their Saviour, Is never narrow.
You ure only a continuation of that
band which, in every ago und in ovory
country, have produced disgrace, shamo
I deny that this is n Christian, Sin
boinodiiu, or Jewish statu. Neither
the one nVir the other has the privileges
giving dominance over tho other. Were
it eo, overy inspiration of our institu
tions would ceao to have any signifi
cance. , ; .
Or, Is tho history of the past to go
for nuiighl? II live wu not learned
thai linking Church und Slate togeth
er has over proven the death-knell of
hope, happiness, and peace? Is the
lied Scu of blood, that rushes through
the hulls of memory, lo be. let loose
upon oiirchihlron and engulf them and
their inheritance ?
Can well enough not bo let alone ?
If we must agitate, let us go back to
first principles ; let us come up to the
intent and meaning of Jefferson's sub
lime declaration, lot us bo American
cilizeiiB in its highest and best estate.
Let us be liberal, just, manly ; not
narrow, canting, hypooritieul.
He Christian, he Jew, if you will, hut
bo it within the walls created for sects ;
but outside thereof let there bo ono
class of citizens, having tho same guar
anteed and vested rights rights which
all can but need not enjoy. No force or
terrorism in a republic ; no special re
ligious observance sanctioned by the
local or federal law ; no sot day, which
destroys tho primary logic of tho wholo
structure; no Saturday or Sunday
fixed by law as a sectarian day of re
ligious belief, for the abridging of a
single right of tho humblest citizen in
mallei's of conscience, stamps tho Gov
ernment as tyrannical, tho laws as un
constitutional, iho pooplo as unjust.
Let thoso who will "put thoir trust
God ;" It is their right and privilege.
But, above all, and for all, let us have
"Liberty" broad and generous liberty
such as our fathers fought for.' Let
the first Centennial go down to tho
ages bright and luminous with a reflux
of tho best and purest in Government,
iindimmod byasinglospotof bigotry or
sectarianism ; for if this Christian doc
trino is to diclato the policy of the
near future, then farewell, to the Re
public ; tho first Centennial will bo tho
last. Jewish Chronicle.
Tho New York Sun says : It has
boon suggested that tho only way to
save tho Repnblican party from a do
foat in November is for tho Republican
State Conventions, yet to bo held, and
other political bodies, not only to dis
avow tho acts of Iho President, but to
discard him completely. Wo should
liko to seo that experiment tried by
the grannies who givo this cheap ad
vice. They might us well proposo to
dissolve tho wholo Republican organi
zation, as tho best mode of electing
Grantisin is tho corner stono of the
party. Remove it and tho wholo super
structure would ttimhlo down like a
a houso ol cards, tirant is tho head
of the party, and although ho has but
seven months of power left, no lender
and no responsible organ has dared to
question his conduct, or to criticlso his
recent outrages. He lins removed
offensively from oftico the men who
had been most conspicuous in tho work
of reform, und who by their zeal and
fidelity had broken up corrupt combi
nations that for yoars had been steal
ing tho publio revenues and debauch
ing tho public morals. Henderson,
Hristow, Wilson, Pratt, Dyer, Yaryan,
all pronounced Republicans, and all
mon of character and worth, woro
turned out ignominiously for no othor
reason thnn that they had convicted
some of Grant's personul friends and
exposed tho vaillainy of others.
Not a syllablo was lisped by the Re
publicans ol tha Senato and of tho
Houso of Representatives, censuring
this despicable proscription. And
why t Jtcoaiiso tho pnrty in Congress
substantially approve the removal of
theso valuablo officers, and aro in per
fect sympathy with tho revengeful
reasons thnt operated on Grant's mind.
Tho Whiskey Ring, by tho freo uso
of stolen money, elected nntl owned
many of theso Republican Senators
and Representatives. Others they ro
utined as counsel, and others, again,
they aided in vnrlotis ways. Tho over
throw of tho system, by which tho
supplies wero suddenly cut off nod
these lenders were thrown back on
their own resources, naturally provok
ed, resentment ; and so, instead of
blunting Grant, they really rejoico at
It is well known thai the relations
between Grant and Hayes aro now of
the most friendly kind ; and they are
in compluto accord, and that llayos
looks to Grant as his principal support
in the campaign, not only on account
ol tho Immense patronago which he
wields, but also for tho policy which
he proposes to employ in somo of the
Southern States by tho uso of the
troops to carry elections and covor up
frauds on tho ballot box.
Thero may bo a small number ol
Republicans who disapprove tho Pres
ident's conduct, and deplore its possi-
blo consequences; but they oxert no
solid Influence on the councils of the
party, and havo not the courage to
proclaim thoir honest convictions.
Grunt is evidently in the mood when
ho will tolerate no differencue of opin
ion that In any way reflect on tbe Ad
ministration. Ho holds a pickled rod
over tho heads of all malcontents, and
threatens them openly with condign
There is not one Republican mom bur
ol Congrosa who Is free from obliga
tion to Grant for favor oi patronage,
lie bus a perlect roster of their appli
cations und of thoir rewards, and he
defies them to oppose him or to assail
hi uots. fleiieo tho extraordinary si
lence and submission nt Washington,
in presence of excesses that demand
the sternest reprobation.
Grant is no worse than the parly,
il is tho outgrowth of a venal system
which Congress created partly in tho
interest of thoso who shaped tbo legis
lation, and partly lo appeaso tho avar
ice and tho ambition of the President.
They made common cnusu together,
and opened tho doors wido to extrava
gance, corruption, waste, and specula
tion, until tho collapso tamo and the
whole thing exploded. Now, they aro
fighting to save all that is possible
from tho wreck, by resisting economy
in every form and threatening the peo
ple's representatives. Grant is muster
of tho situation, und the party dare
nut offend him.
Two Tunis. Bon. liutlor has suc
ceeded in having himself nominated
for Congress in ono of tho Massachu
setts districts. Tho Now York 7'rt
bmir the National organ of tho Radi
cal porty In ullnding to the matter
No one has done more than ho lo
debase tho publio service and demoral
ize tho wholo system of politics. For
yours his name has been a synonym
for whatever is degrading and corrupt
in political management and official
conduct. No ono more than be has
brought Iho Republican party into dis
favor und disrepute with the better
class of voters throughout the coun
try. His very presence in the porty j
has boon a damage, and his prominence
and apparent influence in its councils
have driven away thousands of honest
voters. His nomination fa un insult to
respoctublo men in the party; bis elec
tion will be a stain and a disgrace; his
recognition us a puity leader, if he
should bo olw:ted, will put tho party
back two years fwm now to the placo
such leadership as his brought it down
to two years ago, and front which it
has now a fair prospect of recovery.
. Tbo editor of tbo Washington lie
publican, Grant's Cabinet organ in ro
fering to "old cock eye" put it in this
Hu is unquestionably a mau of far
greater ability than the editor of
harper's Weekly, and greatly surpassed
that gentleman on the score of patriotic
devotion to his country in tho hour of
its greatest need. Tho country has
about tired of bearing contumely heap
ed upon General Butler. Tho people
feel that his splendid oratorial abilities
are sadly needed in tho present dough
faced Houso, to counteract tho hellish
heresies of such characters as Hill,
Tucker, Kant Cox and others, and all
good Republicans will rejoico to seo
him pitted against the worthies in tho
It is evident from tho torcgoing that
Ben. has somo character sufficient for
Washington circles, if it is discounted
in New York. The first organ indi
cated plays Iho best and most truthful
llx's Youu Man. Every working
mart is personally interested in the
election of Govornor Samuel J. Tilden.
Ho has proven himself their true friend
by reducing taxation and giving new
life to trado. Had his polity, ns de
clared in his letter of acceptance, pre
vailed at Washington, instead of scores
of thousands of idlo workingmon, trado
would prosper, and ull who desired em
ployment could have it.
Tho yellow fever still ruges at Sa
vannah, Georgia.hu t principally among
tho negro population. Thero woro
three cases at Baltimore on tho 15th,
thero wero also several discs at Now
All poranni aro horobj cautioned Bftalnat
purebaalng or in mj manner mditllng wlln Iho
following pro part j, bow In tho pofttoaiittt of Iiaao
Davta, of Pieeaha omibip, vti t Ono oorral
horia, I apt-1 rig wagon, two.thlnla of aino acroa of
oorn In the flald, aa aaid propartj waa purchaaod
bj mi at Coot ali le'i ), and li left with hi on
loan oolj, lubjpot to my ordnr at any time.
U M. W. MAYS,
tiloa Hop, Sept. 1 1976.lt.
Came tre.na..ina oa the tiromiie, of the
liibMrlher, la Jlreilr tap., oa the lllb day nf
Aueuil, 1H?, a larie KKII COW, eome while
epole aa tbe forehead, while aloaff bint, while
tall, and bind lege while up to hn.ee. The owner
ie reu,ueetod to eoiae forward, prore property, pay
rharft-M aad take her away, or .he will tie di.pu.ed
of eoeordioa; to law. T. V. RIKIIUL,
Lutbor.liuri, Bopl. 13, IST(-3U
Notlee it hereby airea that Letter, of Ad-
mlnlitralioa ou the ..tale of JNO. VAN II HA.
IH NT, late of llu.toa town.hlp, ClearSeld Co.,
Pa., doefta.e.1, havtnt been dulv nraoled to th.
undenigned, all perMn. indebted to laid e.tete
will please make immediate peytnent, and thoee
haeine elaime ar deinande aaainat the eente will
preeent Inea properly authenticated for eeltle-
mem witnout delay.
PenSold, Sept. S, 'It St. Administrator
I J Notlea le hereby (Iron that letter, te.la
meatery harlneboen granted to the undent ,ned on
the eitate of RICHARD HIIAW.Hr . d.. .1 1.1.
of Lawronoe town.hlp, ClearSeld aoualy, Pa.,
all poreooe ladehtod. to eaid aetata ara reoueeted
to make Immediate payment, and thoee baring
elaime euulnM Iba eamo will nroeont Ibeia dulr
authenticated for oetUoiuont.
r-A. B. thaw, who ie eathorlied by the
other Kseoutore, will attend to tbo eetlLmoDt of
ait eiaim. at id. omee ai tne Kieouture, In the
tore-room lately aooupled by JtierphMbew A Son,
la Cleerlletd, where he ran ho foand et all time,.
A. H. SHAW, t n.
A. II. SHAW. I
Clearfield, Auliiet 10, IBTS-ot. I
All peraoni aro lierehj caullon. J again. t
tiurohuing or In nay waj mod.lling with Ike fi.l
loatDg proptrtj now la the ponraalon of Prank
Po, of (Ins too township, via: Uao black h or at,
1 buggy, I spring wagon, 1 two horse wag-m, I
oowa, J heifer, I ealvea, 4 bngs, 10 Uushrli wheat,
100 bnshela oale. lo or 'iQ tona hay, lot of straw, 1
et double harnt-ss, 1 sat itaglo harnoia, 1 pair of
sleds, I entiing boa, 1 grind stone, 4 aires oora,
lot of eabbagn, lot of grabs, ahatna, vie , lot of
lumber al Woodward's mill, btda, Wddlng, tables,
ink, dllirs,-ehsira, ttovas, oarpeta, eta., la Iba
koaao. This properly waa porohaiMKl ky aio at
Sheriff sale on tbo II th day of HepUmber, 1H7D,
and to left with Ibo Mid Praek Poi, fuhjtwt to my
order at any time. JAMKS PoX.
Clearflald, Sept. o, 1 IT ft. St.
All pereaat ara hereby eautloned esalael
aureha.luf a la any way medullar; with the
followlne property new la the poeoooeioo of Ham
blelaa White, of Dell towa.hip, le wlti One bay
boree, I white aad hrowa aow, I red aow, I blank
aad nbllo eerie, naif, II eheep, I ,prln wagoa,
I eat of harneee, (II dona of oate, S ton. af hay,
I arr, af oora, I aere of buokaa..!. I -at..
elate iad iteuelle, 4 bade aad beddlait, I aap-
" -www 101 n noge. eata prop
erty bar In, bee. avrehaeed be aw at OoailakW
ean, aad left with tald w hile ea leu, oahjoat ta
my oruor ai aay lime.
Clwet, t-3ie JonS nOCRKNDERPr.
OB PHINTIMO OF BVKRT DB80RIP
tlennnatly eiewated et tble eSioe.
Llit ofoftaMt wt ..ono for Irikl nt iwoend work
or iho HflpioMtwr Tom of Court, Id 7(1, beiiig
Moatlov, Oct. 2d i
Illprii A Lloyd
, DourUm A U rambling.
U. W. Caldwell
vi, A. 0. tV.inor.
MioliMl Hubort Curw.niviIU BridgoCo,
A. roali. Hr. m. Wu. Carlo . !.
MoHhtnixm L- k L. Co i- B. T. Ity it. ol.
VI. J. W. McUbM it. ftl,
O. W. Crowoll
0, Kami! w.d ol. al,
Uao. A. Poll
Jt.icph Kmdli f
Ha maul (Inrdol
Klcbard Shaw, Jr.
(1 torg liagtir
David F. Ucrriiuo
vi. Hohart LiDaborrv.
vi. Kdword PloDtiori,
vi. Kilword Kiutidiri.
vi. Lvid Klrgtil.
vi. tfoifph Ktisir.
vi. AmtiQ Kirli.
Vi. W. W. U twut-o.
vi. John McLnutflilio.
vi. Iimo fjtinci at. l.
vi. Itlohird X ii Mop,
vi. Kittftfinlriff Coal Co.
vi. Olrarflrld Hark Aimd'a
n. Wn.tf. WUi.
va. tiarali bowman.
CIoarfloM, Aug. 30, 70, ProthonuUr.
II. A. KllATZEIl,
Market ntrret, Clrirfield, Pa.
Fob. IS, 187fl.tr
J. r- waATxa.
w. w. autre
wj:ivj;it v uittts
Arr offering, at tbe old Und of Q. L. Recti A Co,
their atuek nf guoili, eoniliting of
DUY GOODS, GROCERIES,
IIOOT.H A SHOES,
HATS A CAPS, IIARIHTAIIR,
FL0UE, FEED, SALT, &o., &o.,
At the anoit reaaonablo ratal for CABfl or Id
i change for
Square Timber, Boards, Shingles,
OR COUNTRY PBObtTCI.
frAtlvanMi nude to thoio engaged la get
ting out tqnaro timber oa tho tnoit advantagoooi
Awarded the iHfhrst Mrdni at
E. & H.T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Stll Ilroailway, New York,
(Opp. Mttropollteo Hotel),
MainrACTiiHaae, tueolrraaa Aitn nsAt.Bttt in
CMOUOS & FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES A VIEWS
Albamf , Oraphocopj, l' holograph!, and kindred
goodi Celabritica. Aclroaaer, o.t
Wa aro bvadquartera for overjthlog la tho waj of
StorcopticOaic and 2ag.o Lantcrn3y
Being mans f acta reri of (he
IIICBO SCIENTIFIC LANTERN,
ADVKRTISKII S 8TKRil' I ICON,
8CH00L MNTKItV, KAMIT.Y LASTKHN,
Each njlc Mug ibo b.t of Id la tho
Catalogue! of Lmtiroa ami Un, with direc
tlona fur u'ing, oent on application.
Any entorprifing man oaa asako b oaej with a
-Vieittira lo tbo Ceataoniat Eipoaitloo will
do w uttr to defer porchaaing gooda in our lino
until thfj wme to our at ore in New York, where
tliej will Una greater raritMj and more mode rite
prtoei, aad ean uloet thorn at their la it tire. But
wo have a eoneopaioa to eell aoine at j lee of our
cooda In the building of the Itrpartment nf Publio
Comfort, and thoee not coming to New York aro
iavitd to call on our irpreoentation there,
0?rh, full stock ol Vicw of tha Ki position
and their eon tenia.
XfYCut out thia adverllaenicnt for rrforenoe.H-
June 7, 176-1 j.
Tnn ratriao a so orrat-vkitbr!! riiiwav
Kmhrnree under one man norm rnl the tlrrat
Trunk Railway Llnee of tha WKST and NORTH
WK8T, and, with Its ttumeroue branehoe and
oonaeotiona, forms tha shortest and quinieat route
between CinrAno and all points In li.i.Dtoia. Win
cumR, Nortiikrv Midikiav, MiirsoTA, Iowa,
N KBRAflK a, CALiroRKtA and the Wkitbrti
Omaha and California Line
It the shortest anl brut route for all point in
North n na ItLiaoia, Iowa, Ihkota, Nrrraska,
Wvoaiiifl, Coi.oa Ano, Utah, Nrvapa, CAi.irnn
ria. Uaaona. Cam a, Jatar and A vitr Aiet a Its
(lil('ii?o, Mnilison & St. Paul
Is the ahorlcit lint for NonrniRM Winrowam and
MumaauTA, and for Mauikos, St. Pai l, Ni
NRAfona, Itri.i'TU and all points In tht Ureal
Inona and Si. Peter Line
li tho only route fr Wirori, Rotrrstbr, Owa
torha, Markato, St, Put to, Nrw Klr, and all
points to Southern and Central Minnesota. Its
Green Bay and Marquette Line
Ie the only line for Jashvillb, Watkbtows,
Fnxn Du Lac, Oellnoeu, Arri.Kms, Usbku IUr,
K.CANABA, NboAI-HBR, MaBQI'RTTB, HurttUTOS,
llAsuore and tho Labi Summon Cut srar. It.
Freenortanil Dtibiiuuc Line
li the only rout for Ki.nis, RorRronn, Frbr.
rRT, and all poloti via. Kreeport, Its
Chicago and Milwaukee Line
Is the old Lass Shore Route, and li th only ono
patting through KvAvaroR, Lakb FontT. Hina
LAin Parr, WAt'iRtiAR, Kaoihb, Kirosma to
Pulliiinn 1'alat'e Cars
are run on all throoitli Ireine of Ihi, road.
Tht. ie the ONLY LINK running lbenear.be.
twoea ChloeKO and Si. P.ul, Chleago anil Mllwau
kee, or Cbloego and Winona.
At Omaha our IUepnr ananeet with Iht orar
lead Sterner, on the Vnion Parllto R.ilruad Tor
all polnte We.t of the MI.eonri Hirer.
On thearriralof the train, from tht Raet or
South, the train, of the Chioago A North -Weelern
Rnllway LKAVK CIIIOAIIO aa follow,,
fort ounrll lllull.,tHuah..nd allfi.ruia,
Two Throtinh Tralne dally, with Pullman Palaoe,
Drawing Konm and Slerpitig Care tbroueh to
for an. Paul and Mlinieapoll,, Two
Through Tralne daily, with I'ullinaa P.laoa Can
atteehtsloa both train..
for (irven llav and Lake Otiprrlor, Two
Tralne dally, with Pollmaa Palaoe Can ettaohed,
and running through to MiMiielte.
for Slllwauker, Pour Through Tr.lt. daily,
Pullmaa Cart oa aight lra.no, I'.rl.r Choir Care
on day traine.
for Uparla and Vt luona aad poinu In
Miaaeeota. Ou Through Train dally, with
Pullmaa Kleep.ro ta Winona.
For Itwbuqua, ela Kmporl, Two Through'
Tralne daily, wllh Pullmaa Care oa nirht traraa.
far llubuque and l a I mm, ti. cimtoa,
Two Through Traine dally, with Pullman Car.
oa night train to Mellregnr, Iowa.
far Rlowl ( Itjr biiiI Vanklota, Two Tratn.l
daily. pBllmaa Oar. U Mlieourl Valley JunoU'i.
For l.aka liaaaya, Poar Traine daily. . i
for Korkranl, Bterllng;, hvonaaha. Jatifra.
Villa, and atber peiata, yoa taa havt from two
ta tea traine daily.
New York Omeo, No. 41 1 Broadway i Roeton
OSlea, No. t Stela Street t Omeha tlllea,
raroh.ro Street, Saa Pnaoleea Olaae, III MoBt
gomery Street Chleago Tiekot OUau t U Utark
Street, aadn Shermaa Ueaae I oornor Vaaal and
Madleoa Streelat K iaale Ktraot Depot, toraor W.
liB.letnd Canal rltmn , Wtllt Street Uenol.
Welle aad K latle Stroata.
For raiaa or lafbraialloa. aot a(tai.Lt. r
jour mm acoau, apply ta
n. sa, oTaawavT,
Ooa. Paaa. Af L Ckloaao.
Jaa. tfl, H7ft.j
THE MANSION HOUSE
Corner of Hooondand Market StrMU, '
THIS aid aad aouamodloat Ilotel hw. 4.rln.
the pael year, keea talarg.d ta eoun, ,J
former .apaoity for tht tatorulnmeBI of .tr..
ger. and gue.lt. Tbe wholt building ku be.,
refurniabed, and tha proprietor will ib.ro a.
peine ta render hit guoott toalortable wLll!
uylog wltk him. "
dr-Tha 'Maaaloa Hoe.e" Omalhe, rani u
and from tht l,,0t oa tht arrival and d.p.rten
of aaob train. W. C. CAKDu.N
July IMS.tf l"rprlel
Market Htreet. Clearflrld, p.
Wa. H. llradley, formorlj proprietor af tb
Ionard Miom, baring lasl tb Allrglifn.
Hotel, solicit a share of publi patrot,.,.,
House hal beea thoroughly repaired and owl
fu mlt bad, aud guecta will and it a p)e.iit ,toj,.
tlog plao. The taol will ba supplied with Us
i-et of everything in tb market. At tb bar
will b ft. und lb best wiaea and lifinon Uuggj
tabling atuohed. WM. . URAUI.KV,
May 17, '74. Proprietor.
KKWION RKAI), PaorRiRToR.
Having booom proprietor of this Hold,
would reairoetfallj solicit th patronage of lit
pabil. II oos leaaantly and eonveaietitlj sit.
H.ted t a ) refitted and rofurnisbod : rood ..
pie roeaflt attaohed. AH railroad train Hop M
tbil &URM. , )mhto n
(Cor. of Market A Frout streets,)
Tb ondersigned having taken charge of tbii
Uutcl, woald respeetfally aolirit public patronaga.
jaat 19 v. iv. k uiatean iui.
T NEW WA8IIINUT0N. Pi.
Tbit acw and wrll furni.bed hoa.e he. Urn
taken by tbe anJeraignad. He fetle eonkdeet el
bring eble to render eatiifaetloa ta thoee who ate
larnr mm won a eall.
May I, IS7J. 0. W. DAVlSeProp'r.
Oppoiile tbt Court Ilouir,
LOCK UAVIN, PI.NN'A
Jol4'71 IIAUSEAL A KRIIM, Prnp',.
Table alwaya eupplied with the brrt tbr mtfkrt
aff'irda. The traveling public le Invited tri.
jan.lTS. HOI1KRT I.Ol i.
. . ARRoi,n. a. w. ARROLd. . a. itF-iao
F. K. ARNOLD L CO.,
Itankor.H and Ilrolu rn,
Hcjunldavllle, alolferaon Co. I'a.
Money recti red on deposit. IicoonU ut tno
derutc ratca. Kutorn arxl Foreign Kxrlnn-s a.
wavi on hnd and e.lltctions prompt I? im,t,
iLeyaoMsvlll, Dro 1, lr.74.-ly
Counly National Bank,
OF CLEARFIKLD, PA.
UOOM in Maaonie Iluilding, one door nh at
C. I. Watson's Drag Store.
Passage Tickets to and from Liverpool, (Juttm,
town, (ilasgow, London, Pari and (,. nin;;-!,.
Also, Draft for sale on the Rojal Rank e! Ir,lit.4
and Imperial Bank nf London.
JAMKR T. LEONARD, Pr..t.
W. M. 611 AW, Cashier. M i lt
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 31 South Third Street, Phlla itlphia
And Dealers in Government Securities,
Application by mail will reeeire iirompt atten
lion, and all information cheerfully furmsbad
Order aolictcd. April ll-tf.
STEWART & BLACKBDRS, "
CiltnvctifiTtllc. Clearfltld C'ouitty, Pinn'a
(OtBre !n tlatrl" New Duilding.)
Cuiwenirille, an 1, ISrS-Iy.
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(OUre la R.ink Building,)
C'wrweuBvlllc. Clcarllbld Ce, Pa.
mch I'.' 'it if.
A M . HILLS
Would rF poet fa lit notify bis natifnii
lhat he has reduced the price of ARTI
FIOML TKETII to 2.o0 ir set. or
I..6.0- for a dotibla et. For aay twproa
ooaiing at the same tint, to have aaeh an apper
art, will gel the two eti for .ii.0U, or $17. if
Terms TnTariably Car.
Clrarfield, Jan. I, 1876.
STRASf SAW MILL. ENGINE
AND 00ILKKS F0K6ALB.
The nndcrtgnstl offer for sale on rearonabl
terms, their steam snw mill, located at Wallac.
ton, Clearfl-ld Co., Pa. Th engine and boilers
ar as good aew. Tb ai of lb engin is
14x24, and Is in good running order. They will
also sell their shingle and lath mill, and all tha
working machinery ia th mill. Parties wishing
to pure has can eall on or addr"
UHAUAM. WALLACE k CO
Clearfield, l' , Juao 3U. lt7&.
MEAT MARKET. "
F. M. CARDON & BRO.,
Uar of Pis' Opara lions,
Oar arrangements ara rf tha moat ooRiplet
character tor furnishing th publio with Fresh
Meat of all kind, and of the very beat quality.
Walao deal in all kinds of Agricultural Imp It
mrnis, which we keep on exhibition fer th ben
efit of the public. Call aroand when ia town,
and take a look at things, or address oa
F. M. CARDON 4 11R0.
Clearfield, Pa., July 14, 1875-tf.
jKWCABINKT MAKING SHOP.
M. R ftPATk-M AW
D.ilrca tn announce to the nubile that he ku
CAUINET MAKING SHOP IN CLEARKISLD,
Whore be will KEEP ON HAND
And do all klnde of CABINET WORK and 118-
I'Allt f lJKMTllKI of all kind., oa unit
noliso end in the br.l poe.ible manner. hht ea
Fiurlb ilrret, oppo.lte Park A Mrrrill'. Carriap
Shop. Aug J, Td-ly.
FRESH MEAT-XEW SHOP.
Th anderalgnvd hereby in form a Ik pa Ml la
general that thy keep on ha nil. regularly, at
tbairshop, atljoining JOHN 0 CLlCH'a furuuam
rooms, oj.po.ita th Court Home, th
BUST MESH DKKf VEAL, MCTT0X
LAMJ, POliK, KT( AT
KKDUCKU PUICKS, KOH CASH.
Market tRfrtilngs Tuesday, Thursday, at!
Saturdara. Meat da'ieercd at res i dene ahva
A shar mf pit Iron age i respeirullT fotfr-itei.
March I, 1S7C lj. hTAdB A SoKIU.
READING FOR ALL II
HOOKS .6 BTATIOSERY-
IMnrkrt SU, Clrarntld, (at the Port OfHrr.
fpilR nnierelgnod beg, leare to annnunc. !
X the eitlirae of Clearfield and vl.leitv. tkat
ho hat Stud up a room and baa Jail rrioretd
from the city with a large araoeul or roeiiin.
matter, eon.iitiog In pert uf
Bibles and Miscollanoous Books,
UUnk, Arount bb.1 Poet Rook, of rr.rr de
eerlplioni P.ipr aad KnvclupM, Krrrtrh .reaad
and pliln t i'one aud Penrila: lllarth M
Pnperr, lire!., Morlgegc, Jmlgiuert, l.ieine
tlon an.l rp-tuiearv nutoet White anl I'.f'k
meat llri-f, Lrgal Cap, Record Cep . and Si" l ,rr
Sheet Mo. in, for. elltier Piano, Flulr er Violin,
eOBataally on hand. Any bonke or .llie.tr
desired thit I mav not have on hnnl,willbeirler4
hy Br.t eiprcijauil .1.1 at nh..l. raleor retail
to nit ru.lomire. I aill keep pwloaVel
lltereturt, euoli a. Mag.ttne., New.p.rrr.. 4e.
P. A U aI lIN.
Cl.arr,.ld, May T, IfSS-tf '
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STREET, NEAR P.O.
The bb lerelgned heg. loare to Inform the eW
ea. or t'learflel.1, tnd the pahlle grnerall.r, lk'
ho hat an hand a Sno aeeertmeal ef Poreliera,
eaoh at Walaut, Cbeelnal and Painted CfcetaM
Hum.. Parlor Sullre, Reclining and Vim"
Oh.lre, Lediee' and llette' Ko.y t balre, lh rr
forated Dlnln, and Parlor rhalri, Cane SreleeM
Wind. Chalra, Clothat Hare, Step and Kile'
lloa Uddore, Hal Raeke, Rorabblag Rre.bee,4
MOULDINO AND P1CTI R1 FRAMES.
Looking Qla.Ne, Chromof, At., which would he
callable for llolleay preeente.
deelt'H JullN TROl'TMAN.